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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEALr-FRIDAY, JANUARY 29, .1880.
SALISBURY AT OSBOME.
foe Premier la ConsulUtloi Abont
1 Keanstrkaele B.eeea ay Frlaea
j Biesaarek la tk Laaaisui
i tirrMt aa Tarkejr.
' Lohdoh, Jaanary 2S. The Evening
Ktwt taya it bai authority lor stating
hat Lord eiiliabury bai advised the
jaeea to summon Lord Darlington to
.orm a Cabinet.
t Aurocar at osmbnc
i The l iron tai tnmmoned the Mar
inia o( tuliabnry to ciafer with her at
Jtborne. lie will dine with her maj
wty tbia evening aid be her gnett
tntil to-monoir, when he will rttarn
AfrarUi OilrMM la Ireland.
Di'bun. Jnanary 28. The Freeman'
IWnolnimita tut a jrariuo outrage
itill oscur in the remo'e districta o!
lie country, bat it de hires tba. the
laticnul League cannot M held re
monsible for them. It adds that the
Stano tin reiolved to do all in its
tower to sappieM disorder and re
nove every semblance of a basts for
he government to revive the co3rcioi
rd arnarvoa's Deaartarej for
' Turn.!. January 28. Lord Carnar
on, ex-Viceroy of Ireland, ielt Dab
in Cuttle to-day accompanied by his
rife, for their home in hoglund. The
tiring Vicjroy was followed to the
nilwav station by enormous crowds
md his ronte all the way to King
own, where he tk the ferry for I11-
yhesd, was lined with people anxious
0 witness his departure, lie was
heeied almost continuously fmoa the
ime be left Dublin Caft'e until he de
parted from the Iiish coast and the
aithnsiaflm of the people win phe
touienal. (iBEECE AND TURKEY.
lettarted HhlrmlNb Dflwwi tilt
1 vmki and Turks ( uUuon,
' Lojjdok, January 28 A dispttch to
La Timet f us CoaititoUriople says
I rumor Is current there that a sklrm
h between Greeks and Turks bin
aken place at Ulassova, on the fioa
ler of Epims.'
War fever la Ucmm HabaldlnK.
Parih, January 28. Telegrams re
eiveil here thisitLernoon from Athens
late tae warlike views of tbe Greek
: )abinitbuve suddenly changed. The
, ispa'chee add that yesterrhiv evening
ha llellenie Mlnulers issued adeclar
v.fon that "Greece would comply with
he wiahee of Euiope."
! j A UEVABKADLE SPEECII
I If Prince Itlnmarek la fke Paras
j , ulna Landtag.
! 5 Berlin, January 28. Prince Bia
1 narck to-day, in a debits in the Prut
Kan Landtag on the expolilon of the
i tholes from Germany, made a remark
! 'bl speech occupying two hours in
1 iellvery. lie said the primary cause
if the government's action was the
l lislojaltv nt the Poles to the German
sown They were, he laid, conitut'y
i ingaged in intrigues aieintt the gov
ernment, and bad maiie themselves a
toady annoyance to Prussia. By act
ng as accomplices cf the opposition in
be German Parliament, they e fleeted
I majority agalmt the government,
tad the crown could do nothing less
ban either deny the demands ot such
majority or dett o the evil element
.hich male a mtjorlty possible. The
polish salt ttion in Germany, Bismarck
'aid, always appeared to him an ele
ment of danger, and bad compelled
' )im to keep a watch upon Russia. The
Poles have been constantly, and not
ilwaya unsuccessfully, trying to set
'jrelgn States against Prussia. Hence
continued the Chancellor. "We have
leteraaiaed to buy out all the real st
ate offered by Polish nobles in Prus
ilnn Poland, and place German colo
nists on that hitherto occupied by ex
celled people. In order to make the
sol on i cation inure permanently to tbe
benefit of the empire, the colonists
will be prohibited from marrying
I'olea. Tbe cost of the undertaking
(rill be abont 300,000,000 marko, about
05,000,COO, but the State will lose no
moie than 10 per cent of this. Tbsloss
s male neceetary by the exigencies
!n the cise cf buving out an sllon
jlate, reselling to Germans, while the
rain to t ie Empire wi!l be immeasura
ble. The government," fad the
vbancfl'or, with great nnimtUon,
i will never conreed the restorat'oa of
Poland, nor a balr's-breadth in that
Juect'on. The Poles played a snspic
ois part in Kulturcampf. Whoso
ver rt f.isea to help protect and main
aln the State is not entitled to
ilalra anything from the State
As tor me I am ready to save my coun
try, a'thongh it cost me my head and
honor. If anybody dares attack
Prussia's frontiers, I shall say, like
UladsUne, Hands off."' Referring
to an insinuation tbst the govern
ment's religious prejudices had great
Influence in tbe treatment ot the
Poles, Bismarck said : " Religion is in
Do wise connected with expulsions.
is a policy el kindners failed
it became neccessary to re
duce tbe Polish element in Germany
tad increase German. This is the real
reasons tor the expulsions, and the
kovernmeet baa determined to persist
in this work, deepit) the opposition of
the Reichstag. In tnnclusion, 1 will
tty that before allowing the Father
land to be endangered I would coun
sel the Emperor to make the federal
government independent of the ob
L structioaiit tactics in the Reichstag ss
f far as the ('institution and laws ol
j Germany would permit, for I woald
told any Minister to be a coward who
; ibou'd hesitate to stake everything to
. lave bis fatherland from danger."
Tbe CTiineellor s speech is the prin
: tipul topic cf conversation in the capi
r tal lo-night. It is generally conceded
; that tbe speech is equally capable of
j being intrprttd to fjreehalow either
the dissolution of the Reichstag or a
i coup d' eta.t
I : Tbe o:caion oi Prince Bismarck's
! speech was the dial usaion of the reso
! lution introduced on Saturday last ex
t pressing sdtiff tctiua at the passage in
the speech from tbe throne promising
i measures for tbe protection of German
iutnretti in Eist Prussia.
Herr Achenbach moved that the
r resolution be adopted, and tbe motion
was snppoited by Herr Weher.
t Dr. VV endthorgt oppwed the motion,
i After Priucs Bismarck's1 speech the
; discassion was adjourned natil to-mbr-
Oppoaitloa lo ecranvllla,
Xodjk, January 27. The entire
preee rs opposed to the idea of the ap
pointment ut Lord Granville to be
Deaartnreol toe I.rappe for Paaama
London, January 28. The De Les
ieps party ioclades tbe unusual ad
l met of a dott jr. Y"hen leaving Paris,
A, dalxjseeps said:; "I will be bask
- n eiitydajs. 1 cjnnot die before
opening the canal." A large concourse
witnessed tbedutingnished engineer's
depntnre. There wai much enthusi
asm, tbe crowd cheering and shouting.
" Vive Da Leaaeps!" The party will
embark at (Southampton to-day.
Tarkry aaa Balvaria.
LoNDaN, January 28. The Timtt't
Correspondent at Constantinople, in a
dispatch concerning the understand
ing arrived at between Turkey and
Bulgaria, says the Porte will bestow
npon Prince Alexander the title of
Mushlr and Governor-General of East
A DELIBERATE THIEF.
A Cnleac Jeweler's krfceme la De
fraud His Creditors.
Chicago, III , January 28. Joseph
S. Grata, who waa riyysted in Ban An
t nlo, Tex., Taesday, did a whole e
business in jewelry in this city till tbe
beginning of the present year. He
sent his wife to Flsttonln, Tex., and
disposed of bis stock to Shakman A
Lowenbach for t'000 in cash. Then
be went to Texas. The stock which
he sold waa obtained on credit from
Eastern firms. It was valued at $20,
000, end be had book accounts of $12,
000. He owed, bis creditors $25,000.
The Jewelers' Associations of New
York and Providence employed Chi
cago lawyers to capture GratjE. They
say that Grata had arranged to meet
hia creditors Jannary 2d, but had b s
goods packed and delivered to Shak
man A Lowenbach the day before.
Grata and one of his creditors occu
pied the fame building. This creditor
saw tbe goods being peeked, and de
manded hia money, part 'of which
claim was paid. The a'torneys at
tached the goods left by Grata in bis
safe. In looking over bia papers they
learned cf bia wife's going to Texas,
This information led to bis srreet lie
waa found in Flattonla, living in good
style, but be left for San Antonio be
fore the requisition papers were re
ceived by the detective following him.
Shakman ; Lowenbach said yester
day they knew nothing of Graft's in
tentions when they bought bis goode.
Tbey eay they paid a fair consideration
for the goods and tat the stock was
not worth f 10,000. They say they will
sell the goods back for what they paid
for them, and are willing to meet
G rail's creditors. They say they are
now involved in litigation because of
tbe purchase. It is said by tbe attor
neys employed by the Eastern jewel
ers that farther arrests will aoon be
Thcr prtlie her for her wild roto fee,
And bow to hor a litlie apaee.
The eamno enrre ef rhk aad chin,
Illr m if f uld km iliwd In, a
Frei velvet, like a pn flower
Tiioae are what hold them lor aa boar,
Msht, rleelinc leuihter, like a brook,
A word, a iisu, a Under look I
For theie the? follow her for a while,
l'ejiof a kinsdom for a faille.
PHI! I here heard that for her teen
'Xwere worth to five 7ri and Mart,
A I'd for her head upoa one'e brent,
Unv would faue death and all the reat.
Put I, whe one time loved her well,
Knowins her now, have this to tell :
I hate her for her natchloM art
With wbioh ihe hidm a hollow heart,
t'lvrrurt Ifilkituon in N. Y. Iitdtfrnimt,
Edaeallennl Troaklea la IbA Choc
Littlb Rock, Ask., January 28.
An Indlni Territory specinl luys:
Considerable feeling baa been aroused
in the Choctaw Nu'.lon over the atti
tude of the local government tjward
schools. The charge is made tkat
Chief McCurtatn and a majority of the
members of the Choctaw Councilor
Legislature are hostile to educational
Interests. There are numbers of
schools throughout tbe Choctaw Ra
tion, many ot which ure controlled by
various religious denominations, nud
nre aided largely by k'mtern friends.
These institutions bare been of ines
timable value, and the Choctuws have
kept pane with the Cheroki es in edu
cational probers. One of the largest
schco's is the Methodist College, upon
which the Methodists sllegethey have
expended between 140,000 and $50,
000, principally In donations from the
East. It is claimed the Choctaw gov
ernment is seeking to control this In
itiation and change the mimiTement,
and will ref(i8o it support unless its
charge Is under Choctaw supervision.
The school manners have determined
to resist a change. It seems probable
that all the school interests in the
Nu'ion will unit) iigainit Chief Mc
Curlu'n. A Boy Amietrd with Ulaadere.
Chicago, January 28. Dr. J. II.
Ranch, secretary of the State Board
of Health, received a dispatch last
evening saving that the son ot a
farmer in Richfield township, Adams
county, was sfllicted with a disease
I believed to be glanders. The boy bad
Deen laaing care oi two norses wnicn
bad been attacked by the disease and
had been ordered shot by Assistant
State Veterinary Stimpson. Dr.
Rauch directed that the boy be kept
out of school, and ordered an investi
gation of tbe caw. There have beet!
altogether five cases oi glanders in
human beings reported in this State,
three of which proved fatal. The
disease Is laid to be one cf the most
frightful disorders that mankind is
(tlltcted with, not excepting leprosy.
Thus far no remedy haa been discov
ered to overcome it when in an ad
Besalled la a Biatrial.
Kaw Yosk, January 28. The jury
in tne voart ot uyer and Terminer.
before which Gen. Alexander S baler
has been on trial for bribery during
ttie tan two days, came in tins morn
ing, after being locked up all niuht in
the jurv-rcou. The jury came in at
11:21 o'clock. The foreman announced
tnat tbe jury found it impossible to
agree. Judge Bnrrett sent tbe jury
back to consider the case still further.
They came into court at 2:50 o'clock
and announced that they were still
ncable to agree, when they were dis
charged. It is said they stood ten for
canviction and two for acquittal.
Declared Ike Will Kail.
Mount Vsrhon, III., January 28.
The I linoi Supreme Court to-oay de
clared null Isaac Foreman's beau est of
S75,(XK) to the American Bible and
Methodist public a ion societies. Fore
man went crate on religion. His
daughter, Mrs. Price, cf St. Louis, wife
cf au expressman, gets the money.
St. Loin, Mo., January 28. John
ston Morrison, a wealthy and well
known contractor dn.rg business at 612
Ctiestnut street, is reported to the po
lice as having disappeared January
25th, and has since not been loVated
by bis friends. At the time he disBp
peaied be waa supposed to have a
large amount of mouey on his person,
end it is feared that he has met with
foul play -
.Whim all so-onlled remedies fail, Dr.
Bige'a Oa'arrh Remedy cures.
PROGRESS OF TOE SOUTH.
Development ef Kana'actorlng- and
Mining Interests Dmrlag 1885.
ilily-Hevea Milllaa aaallara afCaa
llal Iaveateel la Xew Enter-
rleew New Bailraads.
Balti morx, Jaanary 28. The Balti
more Manufacture' Record publishes
t i-day the annual review of the indus
trial growth of the Santa and tbe
progress made In tbe development
of the manufacturing and mining in
terests of that section In 1885, not
withstanding the general depression
in business tkroaghont tba country.
A noticeable feature is the wide
diversity of new enterprises, which In
clude almost every industry known
in the country. Tbe amount of capi
tal, including the capital stack of in
corporate companies organiied during
the year, and In enlarging a ad re
building those destroyed by fire, ag
gregates $1)8,812,000, divided axong
tbe fourteen Southern St ites aa fol
lows: Alabama, $7,841,000; Arkansas, $41,
220,030; Florida, $.1,019,000 ; Georgia,
$2,500,000; Kentucky, $18,304,200;
Louisiana, $2 128,600; Maryland, JG;
tiC8,000; Mississippi, $7(51,610; North
Carolina, $3,230,000; South Carolina,
$S56,000; Tennetsee,$2,G92,000; Texas,
$3,232,000; Virginia, $3,314,000: West
Virginia, $12,0o6,000; Total, $00,812,
0C0. Summing up the statistics of the
South 's progress since 1880, the Record
shows that aioce then 10,400 miles
have been added to the South'a rail
road mileage, the building of which,
added t the investments in old roads
and their improvement, foots up $371.
000,000; tbe actual cent of tue' rail
roads of the South and their equip
ment according to statistics being over
$1,260,000,000, sgainft $070,000,1)00 in
1880. Theasseseed valneol property
in the South has increased nearly $1,
000,000,000 since 1870.
A Conple ot Attempted Rafe-ltok-
korlra The Cotton Benson.
fsriClil, TO TBS .1
IIslina. Ark.. January 2S. L.vt
night about 2 o'clock tbe grocery stare
of Wilkes & Ford was broken into nad
quantity of shell-Roods taken. The
burglars made an ell'ort to break open
the i nfe, but wee frightened away be
fore tbey succeeded in doing tbe tale
any damage. There are quite a num
ber of idle men, black and white, in
tbe city, and it is supposed that some
of this class were tba operators last
night. An attempt vim also made to
break In tbe store of Key & Ntal, but
tbey were frightened away. .
The ArraAL's many frionus in Hel
ena were real glad to welcome her in
ber new make-up and new dress, not
that they expected that there would
be an improvement In the contents oi
the paper, but simply because it is
much easier to handle and read.
The cotton season of 1885-86 at Hel
ena 1 drawing rapidly to a close, and
our enterprising cotton buyers are
making active preparations to close
ont tbe season's business, which has
to all, except the firm of Searcy & Co.,
been an unpropitious and unprofitable
0 reward Herself and Her Infant.
CoLCunus. Wis , January 28. Mrs.
K. A. Robinson drowned herself and
infant in a cistern here last night. The
only reason assigned is morbid deepon
dencv. 23 YEARS IN USE.
The Greatest Wediral Triumph of the Age!
SYMPTOMS OP A
the bead, vrltk a dull aenealloa In the
keck tmrt, t'ala auder Ibe ehealdri
blade, l'ullneea after eatlns, wltb n dis
inclination ta exertion of kodr orinlnd,
Irritability of tewper, Leer eplrlte, with
a feellnsof knvlng neglected cone duty,
Wearinrae. Vlczloeee, l'lutterlns at the
Ileart, Hole before the cyee, Headache
oeer the rlsbt eye, Beetleaeoeee, vrltk
Btfal dreania, IlloUly colored Urlue, and
' TCTT'S rilI-a are spcially adapteil
to suck eaaoa, one tloao effects suolt a
They Inrrraae the Appette,and catiae te
body to Tnke on b'lealitbua the ayntMn la
nonrliheft,ant ly their Tonic Action on
rr."lii.i i. Vrlre arvc. 4 Mnrny st..w.
TUTT'S EXTRACT SARSAPAR1LLA
Kenoirate Uie body, make bcalthy thMb,
alrenKthrna the weak, tvpein the vaatee ot
the ayaUn with pure blood and hard muaotol
lonee the nerrona anitein, InTlgoralpa tlie
brain, anil imparte the yigor of manhood.
I. 8ld bv (inii-irltit. e" -OKFIfK'44
Murray W., New York
No. 82W, IIP Clhneery Conrt .f Shelby
eoutity State of Tenneaaee, for uie, eto.,
T. W. K. Duller etal.t and No. InOrt, K.
City of Memphis ti. F. W. Fraiar et al.
aid No. l:il, K.P.-City of Mimphls TI.
C W. Fraieretal.
BY yirtue of an interlocutor? decree for
ale. entered In the above cause on the
tith day of tforember, 1HW, M. 11. no, pare 8S,
1 will sell, at'publio auction, to the niahest
biddor, .in front of the Clerk and Master's
oll'ice, eourthou-e ot Shelby eouuty, Mem
phis, Tenn., on
taatarday, Febroary SO, 1KH,
within loaal hours, the following desoribed
property, aitua'ed la Uamplits, Shelby eoun
ty.Tenn.. to-wlt: '
Lot W, block tVi, ill uated at the northwest
InlATRMtion ni lloala and 8eoond streets.
Irontina tVJ feci on the north tide ol Heals
treotand runnlna hack with the west line
of Second street 150 feet. Sold aa property
of C. W. Kduionds, 0. W. Fraier and others.
Also, lots 17 and IS, block S5, Saint's sub
division, each trontina :S feet on the east
slda of Mtn street, loth ward, by a depth of
iv feet, hold as property or Anna b. Lsmt
Also, lots 21 and 23, block 11. Saint a sub
division. 10h ward; lot 'M fronting 90 feet
on .the eat side of Main street, and lot 21
fronting 'A fee on the east side ot Main
tmet and running hack lit fest.
I.rms of Sale-Oa a credit tlx tnoafluit
purchaser eiecatint note! with security ; lien
retained and redemption barred. This Jan
uary so, .
8. I. .McPOWELL, Clerk and Master.
J. M. Dradley, Itei uty Cleak and Master.
J W. Hampton, solicitor. eat
120 Broadway, New York,
DEPOSIT aceonnts teoiWed from bank
ere, merchants and others, and inter
est nllowo.i on balances.
Advnncea made to eotTesporaents en ap
proved burinese paper or ether roedeollateral
Letters ol credit issued. Culleotioas otade.
Uoverniuent bonds and othar locariUol
hought aad told on oobbhIoo.
CaawfawWawi, HHW1IU 1,1 iMIaWWMl eWrf'Wrg
JManfssa1tfaWknas -fV Vrr'-'alillaV-fiaf
Thoturh painful and wearlnr almnet beynnd
CDdunmou, la not an tocuralileduv-eaa If trealr
ed la time, ferbape no other diaeaM baa m
baffled the eflorta of acience and medicine aa
tbia, but at leal a rmedybanoe-ndiflvcivdin
evrf'Y whtl CURK8 KHEUMA
(VIYAWCWtISM, and ia hartl)y eu
nwJ w ri . at the I.il in fhvaicianc.
O. O. StLrimi, U. L.. Uolnll, Li
TOR BALK BT ALL DRUGGISTS.
A,, A. MELLIEW. Bole ProWf, tQ9
Cotton Seed Meat
We will pay the Hiiheit Market Pries in Cub for
iecoi:ticatj:d cotton SEiaid
And are prepared to put out, on faroraMe Urmi, at gini and on plantation!, the
HtLDIUH COTTON-SEED I1H.LEKS,
And make eontraoU for all the product, whereby the hulla will be left on the plantation.
For Termt and Partinulari, addreti
rF.AWTATIO IHTM.EU C.. 18 Wct Tonrt St.. Hffmphlwe
KELLY, ROPER & REILLY,
Grocers & Cotton Factors,
. "No. SOS Main Sir, ayono Itloolt.
Sole Arenti for the following
HAHOH IIAM1IJV. 4 lt OUT b WAKBElf,
aar A SEW 7-OCTAVB
Write for Cataloirneei. Nam. 323 ntl
A. B. OOODnAP. Late of Ooodbnr 'ft Co., Wemrhin, Tenn.
J. it. kuOIISl B, Lmte ot tloodbar A Co., Memphln. Tonn.
W. i. A.UVK, Late of Warren. Lora A Co., bt. Loula, Mo.
S. V. CAtaaiOlT, Late of Coldwuter, Mil.
GOODBARp LOVE & CO.,
Wholesale Boots & Shoes,
3G7 & 3G9 Main & 18 Gayoso, Memphis, Terni.
Boston Olllce ; Ao. SA High Street.
aa-We are aow reVelylnar a Iirce and ENTIREI.T WEW STOTK or F. eater r
m t'lieinna-Naile Kiwta Mil mien for the Mprlna; Trade or IMnb, wlilrta we
otter m. UCU UOl'rost I'HItt on aa liberal leriua aa can be made by
W ha TfXri.llRTVR eontral In thti
Market of tbe following line of CUBTOJi
MADK floods, all of which we warrant to
give perfect aatlifaotion: ,
George Hocker'i celebrated Man'i Calf
Soota. Brady A Bhortell'a Uoya', Youthl',
laeoa' and Children'a Solar Tip ("hoea.
T. M. Uarria A Uo.'l Philadelphia made
Alio, L. W. Nate A Co.'i Kip Brorani and
Dow Bhoer the belt Brotana made in the
United K teles. , . ,
We are the only home la thli market hand
ling Ithe eelebrated Krlppendnrf, Dittman
A Co. line nf Lailioii' and Miae Kid, (lot
and Calf CUSTOM tiooda EXCLV&1VELY.
nndpr the TnrUirv hrund.
nnnnrno nnTTfiy iriinT
And Commission Merchants,
2GOand 2S Front Kt.. Mempl.li. Tenv ,
3G1 Front St.. coy.
S IrOLEOH HILL. President.
' arsr T V WV
JI tj. lilAli.l
m A W
DOES A GENERAL FIK AID MAR1SE BUSINESS.
A QUARTER OF A RilLLlON'DOLLARS FULL PAID CAPITAL
Ofllcc lf WatHwon Hire eU Jlcmphise Tenn
M. SawlBH Jena . """ " .
Wholesale Oroccra, Cotton Factors
And Commission Merchants,
232 and 234 Front St., Memphis, Tens.
. BETWBKH 1D1HS AMD KTKtrOJT.
Mr. L N. RAINKT derotei his whole time to the welrhtns and lale ef all Cotton entrusted
asr. u . w. rn,rg.. fV.tton Warehouse, ift ashington street.
(CCCKSWOM TO ITKBSBIBfl et l.EK
V JJL- .a
33G Front St., Cor.
"Hid a eaaa of InSaaunatory TtbamaaHem of
east Ur all toe large Kou. iimn TuNUaum. and
tu-4f mj patent a out and duwg walL"
W. W. Runs, H. D. Hanoi aa. EL
"In nyopfnlno Totfoaxjxa eujai naks aO otiue
a. o. Woaaavui, at D, Wanogo, HI.
Rat del Tohoaxjht a fair
I B. Sf. DiTia, SturjKin, Mo.
PRICE ONE DOLLAR FEB BOTTLH.
and Til WABHrwr.TOIf AVKlttTE, ST. T)C1B.
ACH, OAni.F.K. 1. 1.
.! l AUkS UKUAI,
PUNO FOR tioo.-ese
25 SFXTOHf It ST- f FMPITIf
We alio control the following Bpeelaltiel
undor our own brand!, namely :
fioedhar. Love A Co.'i Man'i Grained
Calf CUSTOM-MADE Bali, Button and Von-
Hondbar, Ive A Co 'a Men'i N. K. Calf
CU6T0M-MAIK Hall, Button and Congtete.
flfwlhar. T ore A Co.'i Ladies' Kid and
Goat CUSTOM-MADE Flexible Polieh and
Our Ladies' 3 Shoes are made from the
beet fleeted Curaeoa Kid and Taupico
Oont btock, and have Solid Sole Leather
Counter! an 1 Flexible Inner Soles, and we
warrant them to Stand give perleclsaueiac
Hon in eTery rrpeet.
Court, Memphis, Tenn
JUUX E. HANDLE A CCTBOPB'S,
08 Seoond St., Memphis. Tenu
FOUNDERS & MACKIN1STS.
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IK
Knglues, Boilers, Sawmills,
Bradford Corn and Wheat 91111?,
Cotton Fretia, Cotton Ulns,
Shafting, Fnlleje, m:
BPKCIaVI. KOTICB We'are prepared to (111 erdere,
on so..r notice, for the eetecTated atexlart Falent
Wrenih falley. We carry in stock over
Two Hundred Assorted fctett.
isar Send for Cataloicne and Prlee-IH't. .
W. . WILKEUSOJf , Ylce-Preslden!.
I. J. (Tiara
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Union, MeBiphis, Tajn
n, n. COOVER & CO.
Liter Y;iiil ami Flii MI
MANUFACTURERS OF '
Doora, .Sanh, Blinds, Mouldings, all kinds of Door and
Wlndoas Frames, Brackets, Scroll Work, .Rough and
Dressed Lumber, Shingles, Laths, Water Tanks.
All kinds of Wood Work Executed at Short Aotloe.
Nos. 157 to 173 Washington St. Memphis. Tmv.
L. D. MULL1K8. of IaU J. R. Godwin A Co.
Cotton Factors&Commission merchants
INo. 1 Howard's Row. Cor.
13 Union tttreet,
D. P. HADDEN.
HADDEN & PARRINGTOir,
CHAIN DEALERS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
No. 270 Front utrnf. t
Offlcc, 349 Front Street, Memphis, Tenn.
LARGEST BREWERY IN AMERICA.
Jos. Schlitz Brewing Gompanv
HflTHI "DITTQ TiT? 4 AJPTT I tne aal Bottllas? Worbe, H 10 Cnlau
MXiiUA Alio liliAIJ jIXff UeMtandIcenoaae,eur..Mutn A An. I Urn
S. ROES CHER, Agent, Memphis, Tonn.
Bale ! 1S83, SOOfOOa Airrrlf ....fialee af BTemphle Braaeb, 100,000 Kcca
ftalHS 1st 1H. 850.000 Hstrreila.
FIRE & MARINE INSURANCE CO.
joee a 3meral rira and Marina ltnlue. All claaaea or City Property
iuBare-o. Stores and Dwellings of first-olnss Country Merchants also insured at iair rates.
Cotnmenoed business in 1W7. Losses paid, over $500,000.
Ii alto the Agent of the old reliable Georgia Homo Inanramee Company, and bat .
perfected arrangements with prominent European and American Companies,
a hereby thej are enabled to plaoe any surplus lines oar patrons may favor ut with.
D. T. PORTER, Prea. IKO. OVERTON, Jr.. Vice-Pres. J. II. S9ITU, See
8. n. BROOKS, of Brookt, Neely A Co. R. L. COFFIN', of 1)1 1 lard A Coffin
J. R. GODWIN, of J. R. Godwin A Co. , J. M. OOODBAR, of Woodbar A Co
J. C. MILLS. JNO. OVERTON. Ja. I. T. P0ETEK, ef Potter A Macrae
oFFirrc its CMiiPATY'ra nni.mivfl.4i ltf aihwon wt.
CottDo Factors bolesale Grocers
294 Front Street,
J. IV. JSCHOBR,
Pilsener Beer in Kegs and Bottles .
Only Pnre Cbrjstal Well Water Used; for Brewing- Purposes.
S. W. Corner Butler and Tennessee 8tff
ssrOrrlnra T 7r,tT -V -leT- T'.-s-?. lait.w
Briief Car lis n Mrs: Co
YELLOW fINE AND OAK LUMBER,.
AHD DEALERS IM
Doors, Sasb, Blinds, Dressed Flooring, CeiUug,Weather-BoardIo
Cypress Shingles, aLatbs, tic
ta-Onrfacilltiet are oosnrPMsed by any sawmill In the South for Bllipt orders promptly..,
Scorgo Ta7millcre 124 Jefferson Street, Memphis,
JNO. 8. TOOF
E. L. MoOOWAN.
Wholesale Grocers, Cotton Factors,.
And Dealers In leTee and Ilallroad Supplies,
Ho. 274 Ttotx Street -Memphis, Ten..n
mm mj mm, seVta, W et W mm W
16 to 171 Adams
JAVK ACCEPTED TUB AGENCY FOR
Cotton Presses, Horse
AHUBVlstll vaiuiii us .
PlaiUtloa IVort, Including OTerhatillcg ABepairbg Engines Mtatnei
mw 0EDEB8 BOLlCITEB. ' ' .
JA TONOE. late ol J. W. Caldwell k Ce
front and Union. HempliiA.
and Cotton Factors
1 enmliia. Tenn.
J. H. FAERIKQT0N.
t MftmnhU Tminfe ,
JOSEPH FADER. .
Sea'S and Treas.
OF THK CELEBRATED
1 1 CO.,
Street, Mempals, Tenia..
THK CELEBRATED .
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