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FARM AND GARDEN.
TO SHEEP-RAISERS.
They Should (Si
Their Kj
«•»tin* Fa
It is quite evident, says the Breeder's
Gazette, that flock owners are yet far
from understanding all that is valuable
and interesting in the line of mutton
production. This fact has recently
found especial emphasis in experiments
» 1 , tho South St. Paul Stock yards,
»hich, though oneof the newest, should
not l,e dasssed 1,[uon >- r the least efficient
organizations. About three years ago
the St. Paul Chamber of Commerce sent
uni U t.riu.m what nuj,ht bt done
toward establishing a market nearer to
st ranges than was
then found a', Chicago or Kansas City.
»I'i., of ,i : ffop * was lhp onon .
i he LUtiomo of this c * *
stock vards at South fcL
the great North \v
ing of
Paul in .January, 1888.
ini
Report of tho two years' business has
recently been made by A. B. Stickney,
president of tho Chicago, St. Paul & i
Kansas City railroad, showing an in- j
) in tho second year over the first !
f cattle, 1U4 per cent.; calves, 85 per
sheep, 98 per cent.; horses, 251
per cent., and a falling oif in hogs of
about 24 percent. Among other schemes
a barn for sheltering
and fattening cattle and sheep, which,
though for some lime left vacant, was
later on
g ura tod
upied, and in connection
ith an adjoining distillery "utilized
and most satisfactory
results." Seven thousand fat cattle
ith great sue
Mr.
Stickney
Bheep, and the result has been most I
gratifving as well as astonishing. The |
vvin„.r before last tho first experiment j
ade with a few sheep. J he result |
ging that tho same par- I
o bo :
Fully i
i already contracted for, and it
'
111 I
turned out in 1889.
adds:
"The next experiment was in feeding
•W;
was so encouru
tics last winter foil at the yards i
tiling over 10,000 sheep, and this
additional buildings
•inter !
ill have t
erected to supply tho demand.
20,000 {
seems probable that 40,000 sheep
be fed this winter at the South St. Paul I

at point being that j
ect healt.hfnine
Stock Yards; the gr
maintain pci
Probably the most astonishing state
Mich I shall be able to make t
tliis communication is tho fact I
that, sheep are being bought as a
mate private business venture at mi- j
cago Stock Yards, shipped lo St. Paul |
und fattened and then returned to Chi- I
rago for sale. Within the last *ixty j
days over 3,000 of this class of sheep j
have been received here, and I :
t hi
ment
j
legiti- j
you i
>d that parties are negotiating for I
in t ,v.,q to j i v, r \ * , J *
p in i (. x«is ue Drouj.ni io |
to be fattened during the
and made ready for the spring
in
ion
M0,000 s
Minn I
»ta
■win to
mar ki
Now,
'hen it is remembered that most
of the corn used in feeding these sheep
was shipped from Iowa and other corn
■in^ sections more or less remote,
P had paid transportation from
■hicago, thence to St.
that sh
Iho ranges to
K
V Y.,.. V
sold at a pi
the Gazette that the point has been
reached at which flock-owners can see
that something is at fault in a system
permitting so much of the ultimate
vere thei
»fit, it seems to
utton to go to men other than j
The un- j
tion to wool- ;
have [ a
f
price of
those
•ho raise the sheep.
wisdom of confining atte
hen the demand for mutton is !
uraging has dawned upon a I
fail
percentage of those
vh<
finared in recent discou
ents
rs, and happily the number of !
s yearly f
evident that the shrewd man- j
ment of the St. Paul Stock-Yards 1
has an eye on a goodly number wh
yet be depended on to
thes
•ing less; but it is
equ:
ran
•peat the folly ;
the profit I
asses !
restore sheep husbandry to its deserved ;
position of profit and consequent popu- I
larit y- I
of
ver to middle
irning
•n h
n and fat mutton care
that is so greatly needed on the farm to i
I
I
!
Tethering a Hi
chy Horne.
Mr. William Gosnell, of Ontario, Can.,
American Agriculturist a
sketch and description of the method he I
employs for re
while at past
feet long, according to tho size of the
horso, is knotted around th
horse; one 1
*nds to the
straining a breachy horso
ure. A rope nine or ten
neck of the
5 end is passed through
between the forelegs, under the surcl
gle, and tied to the other end of the
n
'
, (
A
on
W'l't/nUrr'
tether for a breachy horse.
«•opo, outside of one foreleg. The rope
is drawn just short enough to restrain
the horso from raising its head higher
than the withers. It does not interfere
with grazing or drinking, but keeps tho
head so low that the horso will not try
to jump a fence when thus equipped.
ricking; and Parking; Fruits.
President C. 8. Faurofc, in a recent ad
dress beforo the Colorado Horticultural
»eiety, dwelt considerably on tho sub
ject of picking and packing fruits for
the market.
S
He said that ho had heard
a great deal of complaint from farmers
apples for the market, that
they found it difficult to sell thoir
fruits.
growing
"In my judgment," said he,
lies largely with tho
farmer himself. llo does not take
pains in gathering or picking fruit.
The grower should first know
fltitutes a first-class apple,
not bo over-ripe or undeveloped as those
often are that grow in tho contor of
the tree.
should be tako.
"the trouble
what con
It should
In gathering them great care
n that they ho not
bruised; tho fruit should bo gathered
one by one and laid in a basket or sack
suspended from the shouldors and the
apples should he sorted
picked.
d in shipping and sacks should
he used, for if you do you should
expect to get a first-class price."
as soon as
A unlforro-sizpd box should ho
nover
no ver
How to Mako Them strong. Ught and
«Serviceable at small Coat.
The first thing necessary in shipping
hogs, or pigs, is a good crate, without
which no breeder is certain of his ship
ment arriving at destination in safety,
, .-1 »
and in as fine order as when placed on
board of cars. The crate here illus
trated is made out of seasoned Linden
SHIPPING CRATES.
; .shipping animals by express, e.peelal
j )y wheB rates ar0 jnoifned to be exbor
i bitaut> This cratP is , a inchl . s wi de. -24
| .
.__A.
hard to break, and light, a requisite in
inches higli and 4 feet long, and can be
, made in liko proportion to suit the
expressly for this purpose direct from
( lhe j He fore working into crates
j , , i]d , ,
. , , , ... t v,^n
i li0r - in U sheltered place to season, then
! when made into crates each ono is
troated to a coat i ng . or two of paint*
I. i pumrt „ ni i
Iho saw *fuzz is removed by a sharp
material at once very tough,
ood,
!
I
i
j
!
h&J8k\ïàh
I
«r*«.
!
I
j
;
7
■CvC.f
shipping crate for hogs.
jack-plano. Tho erato is put together
with wire nails. Fur thesicles and tops
use 1 /x i in. xdfeet, 11 pieces, and equal- i
„ divide the space. The bottom is in
- piece 1 inch thick, IS inches wide
and 4 feet long, less 1 inch. Front eud j
contains one piece Sx 10x18 inches, and j
two H'xtxlS inches, each. Tho rear or !
door end has
i
two pieces H'x2bfxl8 i
inches for inside cross strips top and
bottom, and two outside top and !
bottom strips h x4xl8 inches, with two S
upright strips H* x2 y Wx23 inches for each
side ef the movable door, and to which i
Ti, n h
...... . ,
. x2S inches, and is held firmly to
place bv a wire nail driven partially in
:it top on,'. Tho corner posts in front :
e ml are 1x2x33 inches and on the inside I
11 ,u 1 A "' ~ dimuii ui«. lUBiua ,
of t hem is fastened a board }-tj'x8xl8 ;
•d the side strips.
are faste
i
inches, which forms
board a feed space of 2 inches in
•ith the outside
rid th
The board on the
inside comes within an inch of the bot
j
\, y
ready to ship, place
an d back up to the
the hog-house, which is
the
in front end of crate.
tom, where a trough is made by tacking
n u piece of board 1 - i x4xl8 inches, at a
slant of about the same degree as shown
f the letter V. When
agon
ri ni vm „.„i. iw
'-J , . ^
a level with
wagon bed, and you can load or j
erato tho hogs with ease; then put feed
in tllP box . atf , nr i of cratP and it will |
* , x 1 p i 1 1 CIlu ' an 1 11 " 1U
drop down as it is eaten from tho to
trough, thus affording plenty of food for ;
lhe hog until tho end of his journey. I
Water can bo given in the trough at in- |
tervals by those having the animal in
charge. In this crate, bedded with
straw, the hog reaches its destination
O. K. — On
» sid
• crate in tho
go Judd Farmer.
•VlM, r*, o..n W U«t>4. \>J
fumigation, or tho application of
..„i,,, , ,7 , .,
fculpho-tobacco soap, and the red spider
can be controlled or routed, especially j
in the greenhouse, where water can be '
K »'ronem
iliouse riants.
ed in any desired quantity, by the
persistent usa of it all over the piants, j
and the places where it breeds. But the [
mealy-bug and the scale succumb to
. ,
uth good success, says
a writer in the American Agriculturist,
but it is somewhat expensive, and often
Having used kero
lsion in the garden where it
as an insecticide, it
IIS
neither of these applications,
used fir-tree
1 have
L
difficult t
proved
occurred to mo that if it
ene ei
as useful
o it, might also ho in the vreen
j, , ii, , . , , e . .
•o. it was applied to oleanders, ivies,
the I
liou
lemons, and other plants infested with
scale, and to hoyas and other plants
which the mealy-bug had taken up its
habitation, and with most satisfactory
results. 1 1 rid the plants of the insects
fought against and did not injure them
in the least.
on
I have since applied it
tötender plants like tho begonia, and,
if care is taken, it never injures them,
but, if more kerosene is used,
damage will result to delicate foliage !
The formula used is: «lightly 90u j j
some
milk, one-third: kerosene, two-thirds.
Put in a pail and agitato rapidly, until
the two liquids unite and form a white
butter.
If
you have a greenhouse
syringe, use it to churn the liquids, and
the "butter" will "come" in a short
3 part of this emulsion to
water. Tho
time,
fourteo
emulsion
uarts
ater and
ID inix with a little stirring,
:ina can ,,t! syringed over the plants.
Seed I'otut«
For our seed potatoes last fall
dug a pit live feet deep, larg-e enough to
hold seventy-five bushels, and only fill
ing to within two feet of the surface of
the ground. As soon as thoroughly dry
after digging, wo put them in the pit,
filled and rounded it up well with straw,
covering with a few inches of earth, be
iug particular to leave it so no water
could get in from the surface. At the
rominencement of cold weather wo put
on more straw and earth.
we
In place of
tho tile for chimnies we put In two
compact bundles of long straw. We left
them in this shape till our ground
ready for planting, the last week in
April, when wo opened, finding the po
tatoes as solid and fresh as when put in,
not a decayed tuber and scarcely an eye
started. The field on which the seed
was planted adjoined tho one where it
was raised, with the pit between. The
amount of labor by hauling, neither
after digging nor before planting
very considerable, and wo never had
seed in as good condition by managing
in any other way. We like our method
of planting potatoes, for the few
was
was
acres
wo raiso. Instead of an expensive po
tato planter, wo took our corn planter,
removed the cheek-rower, placed
tion of stove-pipe, pressed into a funnel
shape, down through tho corn box so
that the potatoes dropped Into it will
fall in the proper place behind tho
planter runner. A boy with a box of
potatoes in front of him drops tho pieces
into this funnel. A smart lad will
ago both sides, thus planting two rows,
but we are usually satisfied to put in
row at a time.—J. H. Keed, in Ohi,
Farmer.
a nec
man
ono
,
enlarge. The latest evidence comes from
fonnectic ut, where a young woman lias
just been given a license as a dispens
i n g chemist It deserves to bo added
that she not only got her license, but
passed the best examination that has
vet fbeen had beforo the examining
board.
—The sphere of woman continues to
Knoir How It Feols T
Rheumatism. Every one has heard the
"How's your Mother?"
well, except her rheumatism."
lessly the answer is given. Do you know
how it feels to have rheumatism? Oh ! it's
terrible, the swelling and the excruciating
pain of ankle, knee, elbow and shoulder,
just as if each point was a bundle of irri
tated nerves, each one seemingly bent on
aching too severely to sleep, applying lini
ment every half hour to temporarily relieve
the agony. Fraying, cursing, turning,
twisting, out no ease, no comfort* What
is it that caU8e8 rheumatism? Ah, there
aro a thousand causes. What is it that
cures rheumatism? Thank God. there is at
least one cure. It is called U. B. B., or
jj otan j c Blood Balm. It has cured more
cases of rheumatism than any other known
remedy. Try it Do not surfer longer.
J. II Laing, Dawson, Oa., writes: "I suf
rnoumatism in my shoulders and
I»o Y
"Oh, she's
How care
word.
fered with
general debility. Five bottles B. B. B. ini
proved my health and the rheumatism left
me."
J. P. Davis, Atlanta, Ga., (Wost End)
writes: "X consider that B. B. B. has per
manently cured mo of rheumatism and
sciatica."
Jacob F. Spender, Newman, Ga., writes:
"B. B. B. entirely cured moor rheumatism
in my shoulders. I used six. bottles."
CoarmTiox begets enterprise and entcr-
gj^"
horso.''-Binghamton Leader,
A Ratnarkablo Showlnç,
It is estimated that Smith's Tonic Syrup
made by Dr. John Butt, of Louisville, Ky ,
i s used in not less than eight hundred thou
sand families. Inmanylocalitiesithascn
Jj r °ly taken the place of quinine, having all
SÄ'ÄÄÄ
eficial effect on tho circulatory system
mucous membrane. It instills life into
these important ])ortionnandpreventscon
gest ion. It reduces inordinate temperature
and allays all feverish symptoms,
true anti periodic and will prevent or cure
chills and fever with invariable certainty.
?n malarial districts, where co ds, fevers,
mfluenza, etc., aro common, it is almost a
sacred duty to take Smith's Tonic Syrup
occasionally, as by this moans the good
health of tho family is preserved.
It is a
Thk trouble w r ith justice is that she does
so littlo besides holding her scales.— Gal
veston Newi.
veston Newi.
Tibrke, Miss., Oct ft, 188Ö.
Messrs. A. T. Shallenuergbr & Co.
Rochester, Pa. Gents :—The bottle of
Shallenberger's Pills sent me in February
last I gave to W. G. Anderson, of this
place; a long-standing case of chills and
fever. Ho had tried everything known
j Without any permanent good. Inlccsthan
ten days after timing your Antidote he was
| sound and well, and has gone through the
entire season without any return. Itseems
to have effectually driven tho Malarious
; poison from his system,
I Yours trul Y*
| p njI reason most poets think to no pur
pose is that thoir thoughts aro idyl
thoughts.—Philadelphia Press,
V. A. Anderson.
A Boon to AVI'
Having used "Mother's Friend" I would
not be without it. It is a boon to wives
;ho know they must pass through the
'painful or.Wl ofohiMbirl h Afw* H. Mki
Bradfield. Regu
lator Co, Atlanta, Ga., lor further particu
i arg , So ld bv aU druggists.
j --
' The music that hath charms to soothe the
roduced by his victim while
—Binghamton Leader.
® a y a P e was n
j DOing 8ca pe(1 '
[ A. M, Priest, Druggist, Shelbyville, Ind.,
6a y 3: "Hall's Catarrh Cure gives the best of
satisfaction. Can get plenty of testimonials,
as it cures every one who talseä it." Drug
gists sell it, 75c.
How sad it makes a mar. feel to observe
a flve-dollar straw baton aseven-centhead.
—Kearney Enterprise.
You hardly realize that, it is medicine, when
taking Carter's Little Liver Pills; they aro
very small; no bad effects; all troubles from
torpid liver are relieved by their use.
_ . J _
Many a man can sell n fifty-ccnt article
for a dollar and then not bo able to hold on
to tho dollar.—Puck.
Children that are peevish and sickly fre
quently owe their disposition and distress
to the presence of worms in their little in
testines. They will be more healthy, happy
and pretty if you give them Dr. Bull's Worm
Destroyers.
Destroyers.
Even when a rattlesnake manages to
! keep its head all right it is liable to get rat
j j tied at the^taU.-N. O. Picayune,
Half-cured eruptions will return. Eradi
cate them with Glenn's Sulphur Soap.
Hill's Hair and Whisker Dye, 50 cents.
to
A man should bo sure he's right, then fol
low his knows.—Yonkers Statesman.
Thk best cough mod cine is Piso's Cure
tor Consumption. Sold everywhere. 25a
Tns enterprising real-estate speculators
ol Seattle have been laying out subdivisions
so far from town that it will soon bo difli
cult to determine where Boston ends and
Seattle begins.—Chicago News.
There aro ten thousand men in the United
States who would at onco set out for Africa
on exploring expeditions if they only had
tho money to go ahead on. Tins want of
money is ono of tho reasons why ro many
enterprising inen remain at homo
and unknown.—Detroit Free Press.
An English paper states that "women aro
too much inclined to touzlo tho hair," a
statement that most married men will in
dorse.—The Barn's Horn.
"It's not my fault," observed tho strug
gling butcher, as he weighed twelve ounces
of bono to tho two pounds of steak, "if 1
can't make both ends moat."—American
Grocer.
Tnn whirligig of timo reverses some
things completely. Thirty years
this country, old masters sold their slaves
at auction. Now we frequently see "old
masters" advertised to bo sold at auction.
—Norristown Herald.
Of
in
A Baltimokiî girl has gono insane be
man. She never
cause she \v
had to meet tho rent, nor shnvo, nor 83 rve
on a jury, nor nay
suspenders with
't born
• a poll tux, m
fasten her
a shingle nail, hut she
didn't know when she was well off.—Mer
chant Traveller.
A cracker and n biscuit trust Is tho lut
est business combination. It is proper to
say that too great a trust in bisouitH has
broken up many u happy homo.— N. Y
Commercial Advertiser.
If you should see n messenger bov run
ning when there was no causo for it, that
would bo a phenomenon; hut if you should
see him running when there was cause for
it that would bo a miracle.—Elmira Gazette.
Now comes tho pretty girl, In eomforta
bio summer costume, under the white lace
sunshade. Whatever may happen later,
tho young man who Is permitted to sit on
tho fenco and see her pass b,v isn't likely
at tho moment to regard life as an absolut#
failure.— N. Y. World.
Are Too Oolnr to Travel T
if un and in whatever direction, or by
w " a "°ver route, have a sufficiency of Hos
tetter s Stomach Hitters with you. Then
you may bid deflance to seasickness, brave
fowl"jjjjjltion» 1 ôf^mpcrature, avoiddysi
* g ia ^ an( j the stomachic pangs begotten
of bad food and water, and counteracts an
unexpectedly developed ten eno y j con
Dation, biliousness and rheumatism,
*
to
Labor is honorable; always excepting,
possibly, tho laboring jaw of the demagogue
or ignoramus.—Olathe (Kan.) Mirror.
Reliance may be placed in every repre
sentation made by Maher & Grosh, Toledo,
O whose ad. will bo found elsewhere in
this paper. No risk in sending them
money; they will do exactly as they agree.
In South America rooms are sometimes
lighted by fire-bugs. In this country fire
bugs light who le houys.
Smith's Tonic Syrup is giving universal
satisfaction in this place.— -Jno. U. Jitugham ,
McKinney, Texan.
It is only when a man bogins to dictate
his letters that ho finds out how poorly ho
can talk. —Puck. _ _
Ant one can take Carter's Little Liver
Pills, they aro so very small. No trouble to
swallow. No pain or griping afte r taking.
It is blow for blow when the backers
of prizo-tighters aro boasting.—N. O. Pic
ayune.
Gii
"I have boon a g-reat anfferer from
Torpid liver and nyapepwla. Every
thing 1 ate «Unagreed will, me until I
began taklug
J
I run now digest any kind of food;
never have a headache, and liavcffaiii"
cd fifteen pounds in weight.**
W. €. klll'LTZE, Columbia, S. C.
SO LD EVERYW HERE.
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Both the method and results vhen
Syrup of Figs is taken ; it is pleasant
and refreshing to the taste, and acts
gently yet promptly on the Kidneys,
Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys
tem effectually, dispels colds, head
aches and fevers and cures habitual
constipation. Syrup of Figs is
only remedy of its kind ever pro
duced, pleasing to tho taste and ac
ceptable to the stomach, prompt in
its action and truly beneficial m its
effects, prepared only from the most
healthy and agreeable substances,
its many excellent qualities com
mend it to all and have made it
the most popular remedy known.
Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50o
and SI bottles by all leading drug
gists. Any reliable druggist who
may not have it on baud will pro
cure it promptly for any one who
wishes to try it Do not accept
any substitute.
the
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
LOUISVILLE . KY.
NEW YORK. N.Y.
ftVCWTV
SEVEN
SEVENTEEN
V
To cure Biliousness. 8lck Ileadaeho. Constipation.
Malaria, Liver Complaints, take the safo
ana certain remedy, SMITH'S
BILE BEANS
I se the SMALL SIZE (40 little bean» to the bot
tle). They are the moet convenient; suit ail age*.
Price of either size, 25 cents per bottle.
KISSING nt 7 17, 70: Pb°to-graTnp*,
moomu panel size of this picture for <
ceuta ^coppers or stamps).
v , , J F. SMITH k CO.,
Makers of ' -Bile Beans, 1 ' St Louis, Mo.
F. OZANNE öl CO.,
Stoves t,nware
>
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f FURNISHING GOODS.
pa, OIU. Grnle«, Kffrlm«rat«ri, Oi'»n<
ur r* ? ' Silverware, Manufacfe.
PLAIN nnd JAPANXE1) TI.\.
WARE. OALVAMZE1» IRONWARE.
office, Salesroom and Factory, *rtl Second Street.
Send for Catalogue and Price Liât, and when in
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WHITE-PINE
LINIMENT never full* to cure Rheuma*
tUm, Neuralgia, llrulne«, Swelling«,
Mump« and Fronted Feet, Etc., Etc.
9 U At Druggists, bs Cents.
° C4OT i MEDICINE CO., Memphis,
__ TENN.. Sole Proprietors.
IF YOU WANT A
FAMILY VEHICLE,
BUGGY or ROAD CART, '
than ? v.r
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Prices, and lar^e Catalogue FREE. 15
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•• Memphl«, Tenn.
Ir YOU WANT YOUR
Colton F ItEK from
being KNAPPED or
th. HIGHEST PRICES (or it. hïv'f f, C ^ ïrt
SAW SUMM ER SHARPFIIFR
NO FILING. Write to J. e. YAlLSt C<~,
NemshlH, Tenn., Room 19, Cotton Exc'kp, tor oirculur,
FARMERS
CHEW
BOB LORD
„ tobacco.
MAHurACTunED nr D. L oaskill, 5
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Endorsed bjr riintcln, and IJ. K.'G^vrrnJninl' 01 «.! 0 ,!
ft,
PAINLESS. PILLSerr'c^
2WWORTH A GUINEA A BOX.
For BILIOUS & NERVOUS DISORDERS
Such as Wind and Pain in the Stomach, Fullness and Swelling after Meal
Dizziness, and Drowsiness, Cold Chills,Flushings of Heat, Loss of i PDet ;
Shortness of Breath, Costiveness, Scurvy, Blotches on the Skin, Disturb
Sleep, Frightful Dreams, and all Nervous and Trembling Sensations **
THE FIRST DOSE WILL CIVE RELIEF IN TWENTY MINUTES '
BUCH AMS PIUS TAKEN AS DIRECTED RESTORE FEMALES TO COMPLETE HEALTH
For Sick Headache, Weak Stomach, Impaired
Digestion, Constipation, Disordered Liver, etc.
they ACT LIKE MAOIC, Strengthening the muscular System, restoring l„ nc '
flexion, brlnglngtmck tho keen edge of appetite, suit arousing with tho ROotBUBnl
HEALTH the whole physical energy of tho human trame. Ono of tho beat »iia r «„,.
to tho Nerooue and Debilitated Is that BEECHAMS PILLS HAVE THE LARGEST SALF nr
ANY PROPRIETARY MEDICINE IN THE WORLD. S,LE OF
mired only by TIIOS. 1IÈÊCH AM , St. Helena, Lnncaahirr Fn»i .
le, Dntf/glstPgenerally. B. F. ALLEN CO., 365 and 367 Canal St.,N e w ytl
lcent« for til«* United Stute«, irho (if your drueiriBtdof 3 not ko«p tberni M il l m a
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If the old proverb be hue
SAPQUO is greater bhaji
royally itself: Thy it in your next*,
house-cle&ning: Grocers keep it
DO YOU LIVE IN GREASE?
«ÖWAl»HTf
Aa a true patriot and citizen you should naturalize
by using the best inventions of the day for removing 6uch a char»
To live in Grease is utterly unnecessary when SAPOLIO is sold
m all the stores, and abolishes grease and dirt. ' ä
A TRADE SECRET !
We aim to deal direct with consumers,
quality of the goods fo
•; cut is exact size; two blades, warranted; pi
you for 48c.; five for 92 . 7-inch steel shear* Me im
_ shears, 11. J» AR REICH HOI.l.mv flB'l'
^ RAZOR. 9 1.881 K
We give you tiie d
future trade. Semi f.
.•e 65c., 11
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11 l. )R y° bee list and
"ft while mm.
stock. Tako knife shown he
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For
Summer Complaints,
Bowel Disorders,
Flux and Diarrhoea,
Use
Mississippi Diarrhoea
Cordial.
MANSFIELD DRUG GO.,
PROPRIETORS,
_ MEMPHIS. TENN.
UR. OWEWS
ELECTRIC BELT
awd sirsrairsoiiY.
PATENTED Auo. 16, 1887, IMPROVED JULY 30, 1889.
>■ AUTjttBRSSMVJj'. DR ' OWEN'S ELECTRO
GALVANIC BODY BELT
Lx-.AND SUSPENSORY irtU
jffij-; cure All Rheumatic Com*
25-,pl»int», Lumbago,General
ift^and Nervous Debility,
Costivenesa, Kidney
Disease», NervomnesB.
Trembling, Sexual Ex
haustion, Wasting of
BodTj ease» caused by Indiscretion» in
tt^'SICNT % RKSPON?iULE e FARTlR l f OS^MDATB TRIAL,
dr. owen's ELECTRIC INSOLES „UFA*.
Also an Electrio Truss and Belt Combined,
Bend ec.
Ss
it'd book, 324 pages, which will b«
elope. Mention this paper. Addreu
OWEN ELECTRIO BELT k APPLIANCE CO.
306 North Broadway, ST. LOUIS, MO.
826 Broadway, NEW YORK CITY.
itago for
plain aealcd
ir,
DANIEL PRATT
COTTON GINS
THEY ABE THE BEST.
„S'llS .'ll Ü5.Î3 ?■? re T, ulu U°"? per minute. Do not
choke or break the rol 1 . bcodert*. Condensers and
complete outfit of (Jlnning Machinery. Gin repalr
.etc. ECLIPSE HULLED GINS, top
er.n atid horizontal condensers, are invaluable to
bottom planters. 1 f you are thinking of pitiIng
»■» • f ÄvÄ , IfS!?fU R * l,d WH wlM tell you afl
»a < ini f Gl .\ CO., J. m. Smith. Prop.,
»» to 104 Poplar Street, MEMPHIS. TENN
NA*X TÜ18 PAPER •« '
m Wholesale Fresh Meats.
packing house
j- nm n products.
îJÏÏrAi C0UNTRY , orders
STORAGE OfS^o No, 1 ! Marinoa'st.
X AA . WAHKHOISK.
* Ulla * TENN. Sc BUTLER ST.,
„ Memphis, tenn. '
NAAll TUIS PAPBi; ercry
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Great PENSION Bill
Soldier*,
• Widows, Molli.
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PATENTS 1 SSBW®
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WAT STRONG ATTOKNEY
SliEliSI EXCURSIONS
—TO
ARKANSAS and TEXAS
JULY 29 , 30 and 31 , USD,
— VIA THE
COTTON BELT ROUTE*''
For further information npply
H. W. MORRISON,
General Agent.
MEM PH
S. (t. WARNER,
8. E. Pass. Agent,
IS. TENN.
K. W. LaBEAFME,
Gen 'I Pass. Agent,
St. Louis, Ho,
W. G. ADAMS,
Passenger Agent,
Nashville, Teen.
"THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST,»
THRESHERS
SÀW MILLS
CLOVER
For Pamphlets
. write 10 ■nmritiu
THt AULTMAN I . % n4St(g
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TO ArPLY FOR
under NEW
at or
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002 FIFTH STREET
WASillVGTON» tt* (1
I. W, QUINBY,
«ütname
PAPER IT Ary
TOBACCO MAN U FACTUHEBS.
n IVIaud Harris, Parole, Willis Hams,
and Smoke Pride of Retaille.
UT ALL GOODS G UARANTEED
SOL. COLEMAN, SfrakSS
KO-KO-TULU
Writ© fop SAMPLE PACKAGE, 5
noknife.book
Horny»!' Bn»h*
.'inciunati, OMa
CÄNCER-""«
VmiVbll 163 Elm Street
THIS I'Al'lK «T
to $8 a day. Samples worth J2.1»
FREE. Line« notunder horsM'feet.JVrU«
HKKWHTBR 8AFKTY KK V HOI.0KKC0.,
PAJ'JkK «T.r j tun» you writ«.
Fo^fîimîrs PENSIONS ForHarentl
Write at onco to J. L. McFarland. Washington,
•V-iNAAIC TUI8 PAPER «vtry tim«
$5
EDUCATIONAL.
claims
LŒôB-ÆfiPft,"! ACADEMY.
BUSINESS COLLEGE,
MEMIMIH. Th>>-.
von lieaiitlfiilsHf 1 ""
White fob it.
Will rend
t'ENMAasilU- FUK1I I VT
St. Cecilia's Asademy
foil YOUNG LADIES'
A Classical School with home comforts anil h
I n« course of study comprehensive, pni°" c *J\ t ° n .
parlor aüviuitiiBOS In Music and Art. EJEEfffi
hon paid to refinement of manners. E |e £ a °,L„nt,
buildings containing every modern
llealthFulno.h wn.urpnrefd. Twrety-m'ffiJ
beautifully shaded pleasure grounds. ( h»lJ °f" le
and Cistern Wafers used. Terms «•«'JfJJJ
;ir hor full information and caiaingii'. ® J. Bi
iUPKUiORKSS, bt. Cecilia Academy, N »s 'Vin^i^
Roanoke CoHege
IN TIIK VIRGINIA MOPNTATTV
Several Courses for Degree». Also a I*"*' fl i.
department-theory and P/ 1 "' 1 ",;® £ (jprro*"
Special attention to Kngllsh. r rem U p nrf i.
spoken. Large Library. Dost mural influen^,
Students from 15States, Ind. Tor.. Japan an ' M (
oo. dradiiHte» In 28 States. Expense« »«'„j
months »150 to »200, Inoludmg tuition, o
etc. Thiuty-mghth session heoins
|M) r Illustra tedCataloguo.etc., Mddress i'.n 0 ijriA
». UK LIIER, President, 8 A LEM.
SUMMER RESOBTS.
GRAYSON SPRINGS HOTEL
(CAPACITY ÖOO.) bonl a
The Saratoga of tho Southwest. A Hum ^
for the Houth. Free from all forms of "LfflSnct
n» run tee to cure (or no pay) Mamna. "
Fever, Jaundice, Dropsy, DyspepslftA^'^talof«*
Piles, tho Morphine lUbtt.ete. Send forLJJ fo,
C. M. EDDY, M. Orayaon ■pr*"»
«"NAME TUI8 PAPER «f.rj Un* jouwrlt*.
1298.
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