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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL-FRIDAT, FEBRUARY 5, 1885.
JiHE APACHE WAR E5DED.
SEPOUrH OF UEKO.MMO'H hCB-
Central Frellar That tbe Bed
vrll hLuld llang for 11a
Ciuci, Ilu, Fob. 4. A reil
Jiff h from El Pao, pullisbed here
this lO'irniDK. nti: "Additional new
horn the tr cf war confirms the re
port nt yi tarda? cf Geronimo'a nn
(nditioi al surrender. The particu-
Urn in (nil will probably b ont In a
day or two. The war has been in
proitra sine M, 1(85, and trnopa
hnon In iha fluid since tiie "2d rt
tail aaroth. It has been ooe of the
hardest wurs on the regn'ar wr-ic
tlitt baa er occarred ia the West.
Muntt bot taoaa arqaaintad with the
aoamrv md rralia the hardships.
Tim Iudien were fully eqaippod, and
whxn Ihfir horse were exbansted
titty wnnld steal other. They allied
aattle eYwrywher, aad when the Iset
I Ibnir horst became tender on Iodr
marc he they made rawhide shoes si-
asost as dnrakle aa iron and were time
enabled to distance the parsniaa car-
airy ou a lorn ciiaea.,. Being laniiliar
with the country, the Indians led ih
soldier a weary chsfie. They divided
into mial! bands and raided In ail di
rect a. Oumlna to a ranch, they
wnnld till the settlers, ratttilaAn the
'tir.a ma beyond recognition, atal the
psisioua and drive off all the horses.
was firtt fc go on the war path with
h a bund of backs, ibey were Ulit tia-
boa Apaiiha. the remnant ofChao-
riiie's tlebratd flxhters from fan
OarlaM HKHiiry In Arietta. The tribe
was laye unlike. It aeTr lived in
the iewrvaon proper, but under the
nut ml of the aa-sacr. ibeUbirlca-
Luna ,re euattered thrortgliout the
ineniiiAu within the limits of the
rocrvntinn, so that It wm iroiioia'blu
)tell ihnrxart number. From nil
an o in a there mnrt Save bonn nearly
ICO tnks, besides the women and
eli.l "len. All of them fonal.t like da-
aiii' . lrop hav hotly puniibd the
rati of the ran . bat by tlividiD
futotqitmla Ike iadiaao kept ont
the y and slaooaoarted trie rconta
Aid 0iwra alike. The pWu of the
aoeiiles t terrify and stvl, but
not tight apaaiy, aad rcaslas show the
wii-dom ni thalr scare. In this man-
ncrthty hare kfplMXtitrMpaUwiilaa
nan CHiaipaaisB sf Bsw Mexico mili-
tia in the field aasetiag about in
pnrpofMlme way. la the aine uientli
of Hit- witr tear aave baen nearly 300
SKUInrs anil saldisrs iilled.
a an tXkttriM er tub oirraini,
the loili aiiig la re'aAed: FJarly in the
en miner (rerraiiao's baad surprised a
art lor s ranch sa ths Uiia, killed hint
and bin wife, after having tortured
him horribly. Then the Iudiaas took
the li.le six-ytar-old girl of the, mur
dered t-ouvle, cut her arm so as to
draw 'he lord at the waint, inserted
her f- et through, and hung her thus
on the 1 mh i4 a tiee. ISue whs olive
aix honra let. r, but died after having
re'sjieil th borrora ol lier parent
mHfn.cre. Many of the mutilations
were toi hnrrihln to besr decrilion.
The feeling In New Mexico and Ari-
aoua I very strong in favor of hanging
utro luio mid tils immediate Ii.llow-
eis. In (set, this f eling Is m ildly
growing intu one general diimand on
the le nf fie sitilei. Keio.ti re
aeiveil here from a nu tuber of com-
mnnitits show that the peopln are iu-
aignnn ami win oppiso the usual
pclicyof the army iu allowing rene
gkdi reinrn uupouishad to their
reraiTtoi. Should sny die p eltlon
be tlinplayed Iu grant Ooro:mno his
libeity, petitions will he forwarded to
Wsdiiiig'on insisting that he be tried
for mnrd. r nndr the local law.
Taa Killlii r apl. 4 rnwlord.
Tucon, Aaia, February 4. With
rVrnre to the recent kill. tig of Capt.
Orawf- rd by aiexican tio.ipa the Mr
says: l( oaa ne shown to the aatislao-
tien 1 1 any Congrfepioiial committee
that trade haa been constantly kept np
by the Metiroas with the hoetilo
Apaches, while every oMncle has
been pnt in the path of American
mmmanda sent tj Mexico in puratiit
ol the renegades. Whenever possible
eflVers were arreH'ed and ttirown into
rrien. Among those were Lieut.
McD iia ilof th Fourth Cavalry sad
Lieot. Khott of the Tenth Cavalry.
They a ere kepi wider guard until the
appro n 1 1 urge forces of American
rraips lightened the Mexicans into
pwraiing ilirra. From the mit relia
ble lnloruiatlou I n ro is m t tbe least
dvabt iihl the innrder of Capt. Ciaw
Jjrd wS prera- ditsted.
BVIIr tm Km Aceldcalal.
WasaiNwroa, Febma-y 4.-li is be
lieved at ti.e War nopartment that
the kihtaw of Capt. Craa f .ird by Mr xl
can trooi n the result of an Occi
dent, and that the Mexicans fired upon
hi cnuiiuaiid nnder the impretaton
that they were hostilts. The sta'e
rnnnt that the United rttte Iruops
had st' i k in their possession al the
iasi al the a-tark which bad been
stolen iu the vicinity la sxikinad by
Lieua-nant Uans's report tl.at theyhad
jtisteapiurert it from the hostile In
aiano. It it s (K) explained that Capt.
Cralmi wa nnahla to show the
identity of hie command at the offset
of the firing by tie Mexicans becaus
of his ign muoe ot the ria ure of the
attack aud the gerieral demoial action
vrbish it coed.
A STATB DISHO'OBED
! Bffa la HerllleOwa
ir nivn oaii(Kiisas.
Philadelphia 7Wi; Atain the Fu
preme 0uri of the Uuited H.ites
oornssta eave Viigini from sell-in-flirted
di hoi ar, and by a dm iaion as
aerling tut lh (I'pder of con pons for
tUX U If J ! a Ituiui.Ur toot jr blow
U the repud Bg leaiers end f lloff
pi of J or'B proud but tow la len
Btt ;. .TU lower cauit which simply
nfloctcd tha aiahes of I'm Yl gluia
people, ia I V m directly reversed. A
State in the attitidc cf rsfuii g to r
ileein iv i aids t ma'urity ii i,0t an
difyiug speojiole, but a ttato refuting
to receiy- i s own uintared bo ida for
itaoanUx levy la more d i-gBcetuI
thus mere words can expr..s. It is
not poewibie thrt this decinioa will re
dsesi Yiiginm's honor, lor a to:timu
njtv which refuses to pay lta jut cebts
will not b- n'wre mortiut to sny pre
txtor tiib.erfnge to avoid what it
ahooiil lj egrr to dii. j'.ut it is
art'iaer rn,i:g from the bnprerue
Court ti.a no earosriigement of repn
diatinn in any form need be expected
ito a the highest court in tha country
and it will Wo rct-OKnikod as joet by
every ho-ie" r!aD.
Wkil a Win lain Pnter Jf mm tm Slay.
Lynchbnrg Virgv iaru We sincerely
legrel toei decieioos. They exhibit
a purpoe) or tbe part of the Supreme
OjUit t ef the havy Federal hand
po fiK- old Virginia and not let
hvr ;o t;J 'ihe has nid "tie a'.t erueit
r, pvii to let
rrancre go on . i
farthlca" to the konHhn.ders. We
mast now epi ea! to the patriotism cf
onr people not to cnr oooroni 1 r
their taxt. Unlea a gerjenms spirit
in this r?srct is exhibited by the
F.ople it Virginia trie f-tnt wi l be
cnip!ed and bnm.littine: posi
tion, tshe will not bsve revenue
euojrfi to carry ou the necessary op
erat.oaa cf povrament. Away, of
cnurfe, mast now to all this f illy about
applying "free books," building a
new Hrate Library, and other acht-mes
for bankrnDUns tbe commonwf aim,
The ntmoat economy mnat be ob
served, and all percoue who prefer the
eood of the ntaie to the almighty dol
lar must display a liberal forbearance
from exercising their legal right to
pay in coupons.
ROBBING Til F.IK EMPLOYERS.
Kxlaalv('eaiplrarj Dlavrrad la
Cmrieo, III., Fabrnary 4. Deleo-
tlvva have soo:iedsd in aDearthina
conspiracy among unmber of em
ployes In Kanrt A fcal y s printing
noose which, it is aarerVid.hM already
cost tbe firm over f 10,000. Teaierday
ti forge rrebbfr, a aper tier lor, and
J. Watton and William Williams, em
ployes in the pa er department of the
printing firm, were arretted on charges
of larveny and conspiracy and were
held in bonds of I 000 racu. Prveral
other employee of the hone were ar
retted last nicht and wore will be ar
rested t-ilay, and they will be prose-
cnted on the same chsrges. For a vear
the firm has been losing vaprr of all
kinds, but the ateaiins waa done so
mrelully that they were not abl to
trace it to any one of the erool yea.
Kvcently, bowever, the tbefia have
bean increasing to such au extent that
dfUx'tivea wore called in and they
eucciwded in tracing st ilnn paper to
Webber s store. Jiy careful watohing
the detectives scon discovered that
there weie seven or eight other em
ployee bwidoa Watson and Williams
who l a J almoht daily transavtioua
with Wabber. It was their plun to
tiiuo trie paper in tlie Grm s naiivorv
w"" gi d whun the otiiiorttinity of
fered I'jttK they would deliver it I)
YVebbor. lite la'.ttir, It la said, bss
couiewrel the whole story ini haa im-
plun'ed evurybody who haa bee n-
K'ged In the coivtpuacy.
LOCAL 0FII0X IV ATWC0S8II.
A BXelalaa Whlrto will Aaaal taa
lw tm Th ta l.
Madison. Wis . February 4. A de
cision waa rendered in taa Btate 8a
piaai toart yesterday waiah leadla
aitaraays claim will have the affeet of
gaaulUag local option in tki taut.
1 he tacts are a follows: In Octobi
John HtrWecksr al kosgtiliia
waa arrrsted, tried aaa convletad of
ailing liquor in that city whheat -
taiatag a licence according to Isw,
The city pf H'.otighton isnatd ne li
censes tu 1H84. t-urbecker wss acting
aa sgi-ct lor a Janesviila brawicg firm,
ana toon orders lrom oonsumera ia
Miught in. The boer was shipped ia
kegq by the firm to their agent to be
doiiveit'd to consumer. Under the
icmibo from the United htitM the
firm at Janesvillu had a right to sell
their beer in o.-igmal psuksges or krgn.
1 he point niadei by tho counsel f r
Barbecker win tin' the sale of the beer
tnou place at JuiksviIH and not
r-t u .tlitou. on fie theory that the
ftt'e wat completed wtien delivery was
made to the ia Iway o:npany in
Jaiienviil ). '1 he case was appealed ti
the Circuit Court, where Harbecksr waa
convict' d, a-id it was then t.ken to
the Huprtmu Uouit on a writ of error.
This court, in reversing the lower de
cision, held that the sale was com-
pleted at Jatieavi'le, and hence r-ar-
becker is not giinty of violating the
law in acting in tie capacity of agent
A HTBAMjiE DItEAhB.
A rase Wbleh 1 faa.llaa; raval.
laaa at Wbrailaa, W. Ta.
WnamiKs. W. Va.. Febrnarr 4.
two werk ago ttm eleven-year-old
daughter of M.J. fluff was taken sick
at her lather' honae. two linln from
Hand tlill, Marshall county. Two phy
sicians were summoned, but they d-
mitied that they did not understand
tlm rua K',. i. .1,11 ill TI1unKII.I
when attacked by one of the intermit
v v i k-iiv saa huh tin m Luiiu
tent spells of the disease will sink into
death-like trance and lie ao for four
orsixi.bura. During this traac she
is to all appearances dead. Af er this
parses off a aures of strong convul
sions seis.i the child and her arms are
thiowu madly about with strangth
which strong men have been unt ble
to overcome. W hen these spasms be
come general a emila overspreads the
girl'a face and she ralnea her hand and
extends it a if to ahake hand with
friends. After this aha laugha softly
to herse I an though In couverstVon
with invisible friends. Occasioasllv
the child become calm, her mind
seemingly bright and rlsar, bat only
to sink again iu comotom sla'e.
Though over two weeks have elansed
ainca the child'a first convulsions, she
haa in that time eaten scarcely any
thing. DEATH Of UE0KUE L0KILLABD,
AS rraaee. After Tears af
Vela aa4 Nairtrlaf.
Naw York. February 4. George
B Lonlla-d died in Nice. France, yes
terday, lie went there in I.ape that
the roiid climils woald hav bene
ficial result ti oi his hta'th, which
has been bad f ir reveral year. Mr.
Lorillard retired from tiie turf in 1894,
hi determination to retire being due
tibia heath, which had been bad
lr several years. Vis. Lerillard'a
colore, bluo and orange, bad been
worn by such eocauerora as Tom
Ochiltree, Duke of Alagenta, Bensa
tin, Hpinaway, Urenadier, Meultor
and Louisttte, Mr. Ltriilaid did
mnb to 'ustaiu the bet interests of
racing No colors have been more
popn.ar than his, and fow owners
fcaYe baj mjre success than he. 11
xo and fiar were i:.iil!!'.ar on a"
the great tracks. He wo lame fiem
hip disease, and it often happened
that ho was ui ablt) to gt-t ont o! his
carriage, and he saw some of the best
races his horses ever ran while hardly
able to sit erect on the cushion.
HATcaa bo core disagreeable,
more disgusting, than to sit in a room
with a person who ia troubled with
cUrrh, aid bai to keep cougning and
chri'ing his or her throat of the runcus
which drops ictj it? Bach persons
area'waystobe p t tA if thsy try to
cu e tl.e'iiselves and fail. Mat if t.'iey
gM Dr. Si-te' Catarrh Kemedy there
need be no failure.
Vf Mlrrn Nail AMaetallaa.
V.'nxsLiKC, W. Va , February 4
Secretary Winn's weekly repoit of the
Western Nail Auocia'.ina show 8S2
mRchiuea iu operation, rnsnnfacturers'
17 cent scale, an increase of 44 ia the
nEii fwhiou shnots fcr February.
44 herih Court, John F.Kay A Co.
ESJOTIKU TBEXKELTES 15 STILE
Inspfctlo r the CoIIirs la All
IU Drparlmrnta-A Uraa
fsraoiAL to vaa irriit.l
UoLCKSis, Ml,a., February 4 A
special train bringing nearly 100 mem
ber of the Legislstnre, wbockme here I
ro inspect tbe r-ttte Femsls Industrial
College, rr ached hera yesterday even
ing. It waa mat upon iu arrival by a
number ol oar moat ptominert e ti-
sera, who entertained the membera at
tiieir privsto rea defiees during their
stay, ibe Lgis a-era were tendered
a public reception at the collrg last
night, nd entertained with a select
programme of musical and other ex-
ercura arranged especially for tha oo-
cssien. lo-cay tfeey Inspected thor-
ougly and completely the collegnain
all of iu departments, and all nnite in
A eaaiD tTrocss.
Tbe methods employed in all of tha
instruct on and the general niaue-
mentol the luatltut.oa are warm v
commendtid. This afternoon display
drill of the fire dsrartment was aiven
for their beaeflt, and to-night they At
tend tbe Uaailtla Urso concert. They
leave her to-morrow unn their re
turn for Jackson. The trip her wai
arranged through the courtesy of Col
Jv Li. ituaesll, general attorney for th
Mobil and Ohio read, who not only
furnished a special train of sleepers
frse of ehargw but provided an elegaat
dinaer at Arteai aa well. This oour-
tesy is warmly appreciated. A leisure
of the ocoaaion waa the attendance cf
aeveral colored members, who were
enteiUiaad by member of their rac
here in generous style. Ths entire
community anited ia a general effort
to make th Legislators etiiov thsra-
aeivas, aad their efforts have been
crowned with great saccesa.
Ilaaalaal lleaaaa a Oailaaa m Urn
Cuicie. III. Fsbruury 4. At
maaling sf isi Wasssrn Bosiaty far
rsysaiam JUaaarab. bald Taesdav
avaalag. Dr. A. Bvaa Jaskaaa, Ike
eastaiy praaisaal, ia rparte4 to kav
ua4a th rsasark that thar war evar
1&A0 aaaa sad ltsa in Cklsaas. mi
ratkar keaaa wkiek ha lesg r
aaJatasd taaasaUaaa baasac ml tk ra-
valliMg eplalaa in their rsp4iv
aaiaaaarhaao tAat gaeciiy appat
tias aa4 aaystarlaaa aouass had been
aaU kear la aad abeat thssa by
tuiiu tirtMi, VTneai oniied apon
yaaaaraay by a rspertsr, Dr. Jaekaoa
aaidi "I ratksr tkisk now that I aa-
aiMawUavid tks amber, ftr I thiak
th laassty'a enm tallies which ho
that matter in kaad reported a mach
larger oar. '
Dr. JatkHon furtbsr uld that the
ooananitteo proposed to rant soma of
these hansaa aud quietly prosesate
luqatry into in subject.
What Baklaa Powder Shall We CstT
This plain qneHtion comes home to
very housekeeper. We all desire
pure and wholesome food aud this
cannot be had with the use of impure
or poieouousj hai-cg powder. There
cau be no longer question t'ist all
the cheaper, Irwer grade of baking
powder contain either aluui, lime or
phosphatin acid. As loth aa we any
be to admit so much Klaat wl at any
hare been soma of our household
ods, there csu be no Kalosajini the
unanimous tatlmony of tbe ofliuit.1
chemist. Iadeed. anslyata scstn to
Ingredients, eiospt the Royal, and that
tuey rep rt a chemically pure. We
nau some oi me Dsaing powuera au
yeitiaed as pure to contain under th
text of Profs. Chandler and liabir-
shaw and other nearly twelve per
cent .of lime, while other are ma te
f.-om alum with no cream ol la tar.
I bis, we I'resume. arcounti for their
lack o( leavening power aa omtiuiea
complnined of by the cook, and firths
bitter taste fjnnd in the biscuits so fre
quently complained of by outvelvea.
iiut aside from th Inferiority of the
work done by these powders, the
physio'oKikto aasnra as that lime and
alum taken into the system in such
quantities a this ar injurious. They
are net decomi'oxed by heat and nut
dissolved in mixing or bilking. They
K with the bread, therefore, vt the
stomach, where their phyaiologicul ef
fect i are indikwstioa, dyspepsia or
The out Hon rattirally arises, why
do thoee cheap baking powder makers
us ttieso thlnvs? Alum is 3 fonts
cents pound, lima atill chtaper.
bile criram 1 1 tartar costs 36 or AO.
The reasons for the etietnical purity ol
tne ujya; iKiaina 1'owder were re
cently given in the New York World
In an Iniei ssting description of a naw
mtt iod for redoing argols, or crude
crenra of taitar. It aesma that it is
only under this process that cream of
tartar can he treed frbm tbe lime nat
ural to It aad rendered chemic.lly
pure; that the patent aud pUut (or
thia oat the Koyal flaking Powder
Company about 1500,000, and that
they maintain exclusive control c( the
l'rof. McMnrtrie, late chief chemist
of the LVi artment cf Agriculture at
Waihington, D. O., in the interests of
commerce, made au examination ol
this process aud reported upon the re-
sul'S attained in the refined cream cf
tartar. Thefollowingextract from his
retort would seem to answer the ien
tion repeated it the head of thia art!-
clo, which we t.ave heard o frcqtitiutly
piopouuae i by our lajy ineniia.
1 have examined the crm of
tartar used by the Royal Biking
Powder Company in th manufacture
of their baking powder, and find it to
be petft j pure, and tree imm lime
in any form, lb chemical tost to
wbica I hav submitted tie iioyi
Baking Powder prove It perfectly
hcaithful, aud f'ea from enry
"Wm McMHRTRIB. ff. M , fti. T.
"Chem.t in t hinf I nit.d btatti D.yart
niant of Airicultur.."
Beaaattaaal Breaeh or Pramlaa Ball.
Loa AnoaLKs, Cal, February 4.
Toatlmony in the breach cf promise
ense of Louise Perkins ts. K. J. 1 a d
win, f rr M)0,000 darosgra, began yte
terday. PlaititifT. in giving her toeti
ninny, described the growth o! the ac
quaintanceship between her and Bald
win up to the liruj she was induced,
under alleged promise of marriair
made to her in the Baldwin lloti 1, in
Han Francisco, in April, 18K.t, to traTel
with hiru his wifi ta r-s.rstnento
and 8u Joae. She completed her
testimony by stating that at'.er Bld
win waa ranrrltd to Miss Bennett be
cailfd on her and Bald he wnnl I
pet rid of his wil and marry pluir.tiu".
A number of letters and diamond wi
gai;ement riuga were also introduced
all Ih leading ruertliAUta ol tlie
Md mhmi mn mmlnmni pkvitHmn hmt
" t iTr ' r "' -Y 1 "V-g
bm c ft aj m riMUH mmtnuam, wm mwomm mnmn tramt
MM to ta nrf ml timniw br br awntalf ilfca K mMo mm
mm numfrtl. S ttf mam V Ik mm diMM fmjiamt tB bat I
Mbar tr--i f a auailar iliim, bat taa a a il Ii mm
frlaa I par battla.
A. A. MELLIER,
Estes, Boan Co.
18 Fwl tTNM't
tnn Unntnrp SI
2t)4 Front Strert.
Cotton Seed lea
W will pay tU Binbatt fclarktl Prie in Cask far
Aa4 ars priparad to pal ont, n favorabl Ur, at ilni and on planUtiani, tha
IHiDIUM C'UTIO.li:i;U UlXLUltM,
Aai aiaks (aatraiti for all th nraaott,
iut Term tai
PLAJTATIOj HUM Ett
KELLY, ROPER &
&. Cotton F
W. S9 VbIb UrMf, BTua I2axk.
Whlaal StcJen m1 PaUiAberB
81 Asaata fr th totiowin tint Olaii Inntrnmentst
AWstU HAMS IN. CISIWH Jk WABBBH,
ar A NBff T-CtrrAVB
Write for OsUWnaa. W f sad
wire Ponnflry & Made Co.
ISO lo 174 Adauua Street, UetuphlB, TenBu.
JjJAVH ACCEPTED TUB A0ENCT TOR
HaaafaAtared at Indlan.rolli, Isd., and ara
canooi d tijnaiaa lor lauis quality
PlanUtlon yTork. Iarlndiag Overkaullag Atteuairlaa EbkIbm AJUtklaftrt
aa- ORDRRS ROMCTTUn.
gQ4 Front Hi. ir. Court, Herapliln, Tpuk
JHO. B. TOOf .
. L. MeSOWAN.
F, Nil 8. CO.,
Wholesale Grocers, CotlOn Factors,
And Dealer In Levee nd Railroad Supplies,
No. 274 Front Street -Memnhi, TennawMW-
BS1RLEY LUMBER COMPANY
YELLOW PINE . AND OAK LUMBER,
Boora, tStmrnix aa.ra.cl. XXlirxclea.
GEO. BAYMILLER. Agent, 124 Jefferson Street
W, F. TAYLOR & GO.
Cotton Factors & Commission r.lerch'ts,
No. 314 Front Street, Corner oi Monroe, Hemphls, Tenn.
Llharal Adyaaeea Made aa Caaala-ameata.
KAP0LE0.X If ILL, Prtslient.
DOM A CIEKEBaL FIBB
A QUARTER CF A KILLION'DOLLARS FULL PAID CAPITAL
WM. 1. CLB, JAMUd RKIU-T
Cilice 19 2i.dlsn Street, JIcEapMs, Tenia
t - Bn j n(j jt t,e ouy reliable renv
11- if Tn.a.i ai
af PjwibiIim la
aa bad mmm drttaa
I oal4 aaaa
T. V. FHAXBH, at D.
imd Csltin F&cts?s
J06KPH f AD1A.
wherabv ths bulla will be ltft i ths DlaataMon.
Pa. UouU.i, siUreiia
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son praaared to f urn lull sam at prises which
ot aurk, Al.o m.uufaotur.r. ot
Powers, Gin Gcarin
JOHX . KASDLE k COM rKOFB'S,
l . 88 Second St.. llemnliia. Tr -
'F-5UNDERS & MACUIN1STS,
A W I aaillAlilinino Ann iii.ukiu ui
BKiatea, stwiirrH, BBWavuii
Brlferd Crn aud Uheat BULL--,
('ttan Prensa, C'oKoa tains
filiaftlBK, Hsilley, -r .
BPKCIAI. BriC W rraTd ta (111 order.,
rrn rv aatiaa, far th sal: rated art rairni
Wr.a- a rulley. Ws arry in itoek STer
Two Uundr4 At laiail.
Mr8tid fir Caiaifano and Prte-Ht.
W. O. PATTB80N
W. H. W1LKEES0N, Tlce-Presldenl.
ABO JIAOIBB UrSlNnS.
i" 1Mri""' "'""naconomu'J thnath ordinary ma, sr.a t
l r, a r.l.,.r i Marnr cannot b eoii In. wmpei iioa.ai.hlhs
i. W. ICH0KR,
1. BAU8SEJTHALI R,
Ml AiM AMM .
Filsener Beer in
Oaly Fore Ckrjstal Well Water Used, for Brewing Parpose.
IT. Corner Itatler and Tcnuetisee Ht&
!". S97 Sool Street' : Mfmphia, Tcnn,
arfwS-SSO-aw-tti hecoiid btrrei, towlh ol
Dears, Sash, Blinds. Roaring, Ceiling, Siding, Shingles.
IfraMM.aa;, l.aiaa. Odir roila au.l f.e.el.
And C0mfc.iss.Qii .merchants.
CJUaaa SC2 Front
g 5f;-. jj?rt W-rSfe;;VM '1.: ilA- JS
BAW AAA r N1X.U1A1 MATT-tTAKD.
Doors, Sssli, BM$t Molding. Lumber,
Latli aa4 fettinIes, FtMtui, CViiiikff and Ced&r Posts,
J. X. yAHUAoPN. J. A. UbM'. (.'. C.
Ifhslesale Ikiwm & GqUqh Factors,
tS9 Front Street, siempbl, Ten a
Cttonoonlfoa.tti w'Hh.-iaor-c -e nl e:ieo"oo. "W carry stall rimsiawatt.
. e'ecurt .ibe u
SUpli &. Fancy Groceries, W um, LiuersTsbcLS &. Cigara,
And will nut aa I err a U l.mntm:.
No. 305 Front Street MenlP, Tannww
t Taah AtlTniK'esi lo Werebanla and PlatnlerK
BBINLY LAND SIDE CUTTER FLOWS.
AGRICULTURAL IHPLEMENTS.JiEOS & FERTILI2ERS.
R.G. CRAIG & CO ,37-39Union, Memphis
JO-TTIH pnr Good Prices for MOTES, OIX FALI.B and
TRAS1IY COITOA of all descriptions, bead far Cirealar
and Prices Paid.
5 Vanco Street, Memphis, Tenn.
Door, Saab, ItllntLs Mouldlnjrs, all klnda of Ioor and
Wlndoa Framea, ISrat'liela, Seroll-Worli, ISonsh aad
DreMHed Lnmbrr, ShlnRleA, Ttlia, lVater Tanks.
All kind ot Wood Work Execmcd at Short Xotice.
Nos. 157 to 173 Washington St. TiTeinphta. Trnn.
L. D. ICULLINS. ef !U J. R. Godwin A Ce. JAS. T0NQE, late ot J. W. CiUiwaB A C
MULLIKS & YONGE,
Cotton Factors Commission Merchants
Ho. 1 lloirorfl'fl fiow, Cor, Front and Union, Eemphls.
htc'j aa4 Trams.
Atf)aaAarav!!n iTm A
Or TBB CEtZBBATED
Kegs and BolUea.
CO IV DUE.
K. E. LBV.
Kh. rmaliSa. Tsiit-
11 H. A. rAIKBti,
F. M.MJtirLLEl, Resident Partner.
GOOTER & GO.
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