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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAIr-TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1SSC.
THE OMDITHH OF TRADE.
TWEMT MILLIOXS OF DOLLARS
The fitneral Market Condiltons Fa
Torable to Stedj Trivia Through
out the Year.
PoiLiDKLrniA, Ta , February 8.
The Utsst estimate ait the probable
railwny coDtt'uction lor ISSfi, puta the
mileage a. 10,000 mllos. This ia nearly
- three tiinee the amount that was con
Btructed last year. Last week the
Eeeaemer Steel Company, controlling
the fifteen rail-mills of the tailed
fitatee, met and refused t) increase the
production beyond 1,000,000 tons
Toted upon some time a o, but expect
to meet in thiity da;s and agree to in
citnte the production 300,000 tons,
The financial agents ot ' between
twenty and thirty projected roads are
at present tegotiuliog in this city,
New York and Boston for some twenty
odd million dollars necessary to con-
Btruit and equip the proposed roads.
Quotations on iron, steel, nails and
hardware, hold their own firmly.
Agricultunil implement and tool works
are increasing their work slowly. The
Baldwin Locomnlive Works start op
to-duy full time, u:id with two-thirds
their full norkiug force. The manu
facturers of railway appliances expect
to have buniinnn enough in hand by
the middle of March to carry them
into m4t ummer. Trices of ail kinds
of iron and t1sI are tlrm, aid in in
crf aing demand for all the products
of iron and steel is probable.
The employer cf labor throughout
nearly all sections of country are be
ginning to consider the proposed re
duction in the hours of labor from ten
to eight. Reduced pay will be ac
cepted. Strong arguments are used
by the labor anions to induce em
ployers to conform to the new pro
gramme, but it will be vigorously re
sisted, especially throughout the Mew
England and Middle Slates. The em
ployers do not believe that the move
ment will be snilicienlly strong and
widespread to merit their serious in
tention. The manufacturers of cotton (ouls,
nd (f dress goods containing a slight
Imixture of wool, are meeting with
an extraordinary demand, nnd are do
ing heavier business at this time
than they have done for years. The
Increased cost ol wcolens and worsteds
ia having the effect, it would seem, of
driving the buyers to the finer grades
of cotton goods, and to those of part
cotton ana pait wool.
The hosiery manufacturers are very
busy on spring and summer goods, und
are accepting orders it a very little in
crease over last year's prices. A great
deal of knitting machinery bin been
put in within sixty days, and the
manufacturers of " aohinury aie work
ing full, and in iuie cases, time over,
to fill orders. ,
Tue anthracit) coal combination
is yet at aea, although it is somewhat
nearer a settlement than it was. The
l'eninylvania Company will work in
dependently, and Increase the pro
duction of hard and st.ft coal, half a
million tons over last year. The com
bination will no doubt be renewed,
but the increasing competition of
bitlmlnouscoal from the Beech Creek,
rooohoctas and other bituminous ilel's
will enable manufacturers to purchase
supplies on more reasonable terms than
ever before in the history of the coal
The New England boot manufact ur
ers will maintain their advance of $1
to 13 on bosts.per case. The numerous
strikes have started manufacturing in
new directions. All the rubber man
factnrrs are busy on late orders. The
English market is taking a good deal
more finished leather. Spring orders
for boott and shoes are pretty well in.
Eipoiti of aides fiotn New York have
been very heavy.
Wool sales for thepatt week foot up
1,050,000 pounds and prices are point
ing upward. Those who still have
wool in hand are wisely holding it for
higher prices. Manufacturers who
have not secured sulliiiieiit stocks lire
trying to buy quiotly without fright
ening sellers into asking higher prices.
There ars prospects of a further de
cline in sugars and coffees, although
there are strong combinations of capi
tal in New York, contemplating a cor
nering process upon these products, if
they think the conditions cf trade will
How it. Low pricea have interfered
with the cultivation of beet sugar in
Uerniany and France, but an increased
stimulus bin been given to the cultiva
tion of sugar rane in Louisiana, and to
the cultivation of sorghum in the
Wet tarn Mitts, by improvements in
processes for extracting the Juice.
Latest advices fiom South America
show abundant stocks of coffee, and a
downward tendency in prices.
The general market conditions are
lavoruble to steady prices throughout
the year, but there is a tendency
raorg mancficturers and trailers cf
all kinds to combine, in order to pre
vent ni much couipt'titnn this year as
was suffered from in 18S5.
Rosadalis is a sovereign remedy for
all diseases of the blind. It has no
equal lor the enra of nil. nervnuB dis
orders. Bead this certificate:. 1 would
like to hear testimony to the meiils of
Roeadali, by i uyiug'that some eight
years ago 1 wsb totally prott-ated and
could get no relief from cur family
physician, bnt nf.er taking one bo'.tle
of Rosadalis 1 became entirely restored
to health. I now weif.li lT.'i pouude.
bet when I Brat toik your medicine 1
weighed only 130. 1 cheerfully recom
mend it to all, and especially to those
f liliod with nervous debility.
MRS. A. A. MAHi. r.nltim.Tc. VJ
I'BCOdllUVM 1U IUK BKitMIIUU .army.
Williamk.rt, Pa., February 8.
The latest iustsure cf ungodliness in
the SaWn'-ion Army is the elopement
cf J. II. fcmalie with Mis JUcKee, a
member of tfcat orvanintion. Mies
McKee ia a gcoMool.irg, buxom
young woman, and is feud of the in
tentions of men. Latterly she km Lot
been in good standing in the army,
bnt not long ago she wa a shining
light. Jerome II. Hinalle waa a re
e parted citirn, and he leaves a wealthy
and very devoted wife.
Hoellaa; af (talmaa Warklacmrn.
CuiciGo, III., February 8. At a
meeting yectwlay of trades and la
bor ateemblies arrangements were
made to hold a series of maas-meetincs
tor the pnrj:03e of counteracting op
pniitK Socialistic icliuence on the
eight hour question.
Hirdfrtil Ilia Motors-.
Tiari. Fla, February 8. CapL
Ddienbury has for some time past
ln s resident of Bern, in this coun
ty. A few weeks ago h;s father,
iuotb.tr and brother arrived f om
Pennsylvania. The brclber has been
drat for several rears, but beyond that
llliction nothing cnnanal lias I men
not.ced abunt him. Saturday, while
his mother was alone in the nnuee
thevonng man entered and without
warning, literally cut off the top of
tier head with a sharp ta'cliu. A
moment later Cant. Duaenbury en
tered, and .his bro:ber clutched him
from behind bv both arms and tx
ciaimed: "My Ood, I've killed my
mother." Although the unfortunate
man seemed to he fairly rational im
mediately after the deed, it is certain
that be was suffering from temporary
aberration when he dealt the ft til
blow. The coroners Jury rendered
verdict in accorc'aace with this sup
BUXAWAY FKLIUMT THAIS.
Ureal Damage ( Properly at Ml
Kr. Louis. Mo.. February 8. A
freight train consisting of sixty-two
cars heavily laden, while running up
1'oplar street from the river this
morning, separated in the middle and
immediately the rca' portion of the
train started back down the grade,
The brakemen did ali in their power
to arrest the prorets o! the runaway
cars, but their efforts were unavailing,
nnd in order to save their lives aban
doned the train to its fate. lu?h
foot of its backward courte increased
the speed, and almost immediately
several of the tars began swaying
from aide to side, and soon revaral
jumped the tracks but still kept oi in
their downward course, crashing into
the houses which line the Btreeta and
leaving destruction iu their wake.
One of the cars became ditched, how
ever, and this arret t d the progress of
those behind it. The others con
tinued in their mad course, some off
the track and some en, until they
were toppled over, into the river. Sev
eral houses on Poplar street, from
Fifth, where the two portions of the
train became separated, to Second
street, weie damaged, and ulmost
every house from thence to the river
win badly wrecked. The debris of
the wrecked cars and bouses now
strew tho track, which it will require
several hours to remove. The loss
can scarcely he estimated at present
on account of the "confusion, but con
servatives place it at about 115,000.
No one sustained injuries ol a serious
Three Persona I rowans la Cieek
Near Banoellejr, Teua.
Nunnxlliv. Tbnn.. February 8.
Mrs. Slater, child and nurse were
drowned Saturday in Mill creek, near
Graham Station. Mr. Slater, who ia
employed by the Warner Iron Com
pany to run a pump which conveys
water to the Nuanelley mines, had
taken bis family, wife and two little
children, out on the ice. lie had his
family and two children in a small
sled, and was carrying them up the
pond on the ice. and a girl was walk
ing close behind the sled. They hal
ascended the pond about three-quarters
of n mile, and fluding the Ice rap
idly melting, they decided to return
home As the tltd stopped the ice
gave way, and the un'o innate family
went under. The colored girl, seeing
the ice sinking, rushed fir the sled,
and sho, lot, was carried beneath the
ice. Mr. S liter, after uirtoy unsuccess
ful attempts to rescue his wife and
children from the water, which is ten
foot deep,, cried for help, and was
heard by two gentlemen, who readied
him just in time to save him and the
nhieet child, about I wo veara of age.
The wife, colored gill and baby, eight
months old, were drowned. The baby
was found a short t me afterward, and
a physician was called in, but reached
the baby to late to restore life. The
two other bodies were found at 3:30
o'clock yesterday afternoon, and were
carried to the house of Mr. O. F.
Plunkett, who lives near whera the
A Wine Hororm.
Tha habit of idminliterlnf quinine la pow
erful dotes, u an antidote to malarial mala
dioa, waionce dangerously common. Hap
pily tbii praotio hat undorf sna a wide ra
form. Mot only tba public but professional
men. liars adoptad, not wholly, of oourao,
but largely llottettor'a Stomach Bitten ai a
at botunlo aubitituta for tha parnloioua
alkaloid. Tha oomequenrwi of thla chance
ara mutt I in port ant. Now lever and aaue
auflertira aro eiiroil formerly their ooin
plainta were only fur the time relieved, or
i alf cured the remedy eventually fullina
tn 1 reduce any appreoialile effect, exoept
the dosea were Increased. A oourie of tho
llittere, persistently followed, Ire.ks up the
nurae attack- and prevent their return
The eviilqni'e In favor ot thli sterling epe
olflo and liuuinholil uiodleiue is ol no a i -biguoua
character, hut punitive and mtif lnr
tory, and the nuurcei wueuce It proceed)
aro very numerous.
Kablea Front MnakeBlte.
Jaspkii, Oa., February 8. The con
dition of Mr. Silvester Sam, a well
known cltiMii of this county, excites
considerable iLtrtBt. Two years ago
Mr. Sams, while -walking 'over his
farm, whs bitten by a ta'tlesnake. lie
immediately retorted to the native
remedy whisky of which he took
copious draught i. Nothing more was
thought of thenmt'er until about six
months ago, when Mr. Sams betrayed
symptnns of St. Yitus'a dance. He
waa never still, not even in his sleep,
twitching his muscles and mov
ing incessantly. I.a'ely he hut de
veloped violent syiiuUoms, and has
beaten his wife and family, and, in
fact, all who came within his rca-;h.
lis cow acts like a man w.thawell
detined caie of laSies, only instead of
harking, he makts a rattling found,
lie has been taken to the Canton jail,
where a i trong guard will bo kept over
him until the crinix in over.
A lteiMtlildvo lj Kntlo t'nretl.
O. F. Haight ot Westfleld, Chautau
qua county, New York, writes My
7, ISSj: .'-.six years u fo I was dying
of dyspepsia. .Mv stomach and diges
tive organs were in a horrible sia'e. I
feared consumption vl tho bowels,
which were dreadfully contt pated. 1
was ucd-riikieu lor many inontl.M;
tina'ly bought six boxes of Brand
reth's PiiK When I had finished
taking tliem I was a well niau. Tcok
tivo the first n;ght; rau down to one
Pill, then up aain to five, alter
nately." A Hoy' Strange Ittatu.
CiiU Atio, III., February 8. One of
the amusements of boys lately has
been the building of ice houses, some
of them being for imitations of the St.
Paul ice palace. For several daya
past a number of little fallows were at
work at such a structure in the rear of
the residence of Mr. Jadman, No. fiUl
Twenty-first street. Saturday nltjr
noon the dead body of Mark Jadman,
twelve yeara old, wai found burW
under his snow Vuilding by his
mother. She quickly summoned a
p'lVeician, but life had been too long
extinct for the service U avail. A
short iime bef jre she had noticed him
and a number of smaller boys playing
around their snp w place, but the other
boys got wearied and left. The sup
position is that Mark kept oa p'aying
and jumping int3 a portion of the
anow structure head first, and was too
exhausted to extricate himel't
THE WHIGS 01 GLiDST0.E
THEIR INTESE IIOTILIII
Tbe Fit YYorklngmau Erer Balaed
to the British Xinlstrj-A
Losm, February 8 The following
additional appointments nave been
rr.nie under tbe new administration
Chancellor of tba Duchy of Lancas
ter, lid ward Honeage: Lord Glance!
lor for Ireland, John Na'sh; Attorney
uennial ol Ireland, amuel Walker
Solicitor General fot Ireland, Thomaa
McDermott: Secretary to the Admir
ulty, John T. Ilibhert; Under Foreign
Secretary, James iiryce; Under Colon-
lal Secretary, Geo. Osborn Mortan;
Under h'Crttuv lor India, bir U. K
Shuttleworth ; Under Secretary fr
tbe Home Department, Henry Bioid
UBOtl) TO BKSIB.AIN TIIKIR FEELINGS.
Mr. Redmond, Nationalist member
of Parliament, in a speech at Mona
ghan to-c'ny, urged Irishmen to re-
it'iiin their-violent feelings and not ti
hamper the new government, which.
he said, would tane immediate steps
to stop eviction.
CKKATED A SENSATION.
The appointment of Mr. Broadhurtt
oa I. ndcr Home Secretary has caused
a senration in political circles, tlitt
geiitleiuan being tbe lirst workingman
that baa ever risen to toe ministry.
The appointment is taken as an indi
cation that it is Mr. Glu latoDe's inten
tion to rely uroi the maves nea-nst
tbe influence of the aristo:in;y. The
Liberal clnbs are divided in opinion'
on the subject, thrf Kefoim and Dev
onshire disapproving the appoint
ment, and the National Liberal enthu-
siattxally approving it.
WIIKl HOSTILITY TO GLADSTONE,
The boUility of the Whigs ti Mr.
Gladstone is intense. This is shown
in the difliculty experienced by tbe
Premier in filling the peeresses' posts
in the Queen's household. The
Duchess of Bedford aid Westminster
have refused appointments, nod oth
ers will follow their example.
in a letter accepting an Invitation to
preside at a meeting of the local Irish
Union atHhtfueld, sets forth that tbe
purpose cf the union, which, be
says, la lonnded on non-paity lines, is
t) prcmcti loyalty among tbe sub
jects of tbe Queen and to unmask tbe
nature of the agitation and the hid
eous crimes in Ireland.
The Feellna; an I he I.ondoo fi.
rbnaKC The font InenlHI toarare.
London, February 8. Discount is
quoted at ) for three months, and 1
tor short. Tbe Continental exchanges
favoring the gold export continued.
Tbe unsettled state of home and for
eign pclitics influenced the bank of
England to maintain the rate at 3.
The revenue collecticns aie certain to
lessen the floating supply of capitil
and harden rates. The Ecmomut dis
appiovea of intrusting theChancd oi-
ntiip of the Exchequer to Sir Wm.
Uiucourt, saying teat his appointment
is a tnnrdous experiment at the pres
ent period of Hanging revenue and
growing expenses. The Economhl
shows that home rule would involve
the addition of 2,000,000 to Irish
taxation, and it asks advocates of dis
ruption of the union if they are pre
pared to pay the coi t, and how taey
would raise lu uuBiness on the stock
exchange was active, with an upward
tendency. The Victorian loan, was
covered seven times a1; 18 above the
minimum. Colonial securities have
risen Ij, Virginia funded has risen 3.
Americui railway securities were un
settled during the week, with u slight
tendency to realiaa.
rial at Parle.
Paris, February 8. The sugar grow
ers have petitioned the government to
continue the present tax of 7 francs,
and sf er August to extend it to sugar
producing countries outside of Europe,
muking the bounty exceed 30 per
ceat. of valuo. Kentes were Hit, ow
ing to persistent rumors of the con
version of the 4 9. The Panama
canal uhares closed at 415
Unlet at Herlln.
Bkhlik, February 8. Thn Servian
tobacco monopoly loin of 35,000,000
has been subscribed several times.
The Bourse wm quiet.
Firm at Frankfort.
Frank tort, Fehru nry 8 The Bourse
was firm. United States 4s closed at
lL'Of 10c; spot exchange on London at
L'Of 4'.'a ; exchange on New York at
Flnu at Vienna.
Vibnna, Februilry 8 Tbe Bourse
was firm ; Austrian gold rentes closed
at 112.70; Austrian silver rentes at
Do you want a pure, liloom
Complexion J if so, n
low nimliniUons of llngnn's
MAGNOLIA HAOl will grat
il yon to your Iionrt's con
lout. It tloos away with Sal
lownoss, Uodnoss, riniplcs.
IMotclics, nnd all discuses ana
imporii'itions of tho skin. It
overcomes tlio flusJietl appear
unco of lieat, fat iuo ami cx
cltcmcnt. 1 1 makes a l;idy of
Til IltTV appear but TWEN
TY ; and so natural, gradual,
and perfect aro its ellects,
that it is impossible to detect
Ko. M97 H. 7. Stiite of Tnneipe, Sliclbr
county. Orlica of County Court Clerk, Mem
lhi, Tann.. Junuury 3a, lSSil To John
l."nuue, Pulilio Ailminltratir, and u
uoh Ailminintrator ot .tha atttta of A.
T3 AVIN'U tuijitc-tcd tha tnolTncy of tha
LJ. atitt of A. Young, daceanad, you ara
hereby ordered to live notice, by advertise
ment in tome nrwiair ublited within
the laid Stulo, and alto at tha Court-Uoune
doorol holby oounty, for all I'traoni havlnf
rlaimi aitainst inid esUta, to apixar and file
the ram, authentiratad in tha manner pre
ri'rihcd hy law, ou or before the 3d day of
May, 11. and any claim not Sled on or be
fore said day, or before an amiroeriation of
tha funds of aai.-t aitnta ia made, shall be for
ever barred, both tn law and equity. Vlt-H
BOM my hand, at office, this HOth day ot Jan-
"''lm' H. B. CHLI.FN, Clark.
Hy Louia Kettmann, Uei-uty Clerk.
Notice it hereby aiven as required by tha
aboa order. January si. Is.
JUUS LOAtlVB, AdroluUtrator.
j tram: tt MARK
Ti.OA la a prrna of the Touira or Friendly I
Iidnniia, where tt haa lonK bcua uaod as vai
unbiu retncay by the Dalivea.
ACV & cmiiound of Tonra with
vvyAVVVVVjther lnitrtxlienu huo cur
ative propertioa Jhavo hocn tlmnuwliiy u-xied.
YlvvfY& tkcn liit:nially, aort in-
luo no unoleaHnnt efl.la.
contains no Opium or Morphine
. . ..'K Oil.K BV AU. DRUOOIHTS.
A. A. ryiELLIER, Sole Proprtaaw. l(rl
Estes. Boan & Co
13 Union attract,
liiil I ii II Fai:
2i)4 Front Street,
Cotton Seed Meats!
We will ray tho Hishent Market Price In Cath for
DECORTICATED COTTOX ttESit'ii,
And ara prepared to put ont, on favorable termi, at tna and on plantations, tha
utiDiUM corro-!si:Ki iium.ehn,
And maka contract! for a!) the product, whereby the bulla will ba left on the plantation.
For Terms and Particulars, address
PLHITATIO IIHM.EB :.. lg Wet fonrt W.. IrTemrhlA
KELLY, ROPER & REILLY,
Grocers & Cotton Factors,
JVo. 803 Wain Street,, flwyowo Rloffk.
E. WITZMAHH Co
Sols Asanti for-iha ioUowint Flnt-Claai Instmmantar
A TWaffcS. KBA1,IH
WritR for CnUWnm. Woai.a2 nnd
ureriore FeondrT & MaGMne Co
100 to 171 Adams Street, Memphis, Tenn..
JJAVE ACCEPTED THE AQENCY FOR
etlsLS jam rimio
Manufaotared at Indlananolli. Ind., and ara now prepared to furnish same at prloei whloh
cannot be equaled lor same quality of work. Alio manufacturers of
Cotton Presses, Horse
Plantation Work, Including OYerhaoling;& Repairing Eofflnea & Hacbhter
mw ORDERS SOLICITED.
204 ITront Hi., cor.
JN0. B. TOOF.
. L. MoOOWAN.
Wholesale Grocers, CciUn Factors,
And Dealers' in Levee
274 Front Street
BBINELEY LUMBER COMPANY
YELLOW PINE AND OAK LUMBER,
Doom, Samlx rmcl 331iiicl.
GEO. BAYMIIXER. Agront, 124 Jefferson Street
W. F. TAYLOR & CO.
Cotton Factors & Commission Llerch'ts,
No. 3H Front Street, Corner ot Monroe, Memphis, Tenn.
I.lbvml Advances Made oa taalarnmeaitn.
NAPOLEON HILL, President. Y. N. W1LKEBS0N, Tlce-Presldenl.
II. J. LTXN, Cashier.
v asr 1 a am
H It aM Wn M II4TT1 I
M M h n o &ib 11
DOES A GEHEBAI. riBC AHD MAR1HB BVHIHE88.
A QUARTER OF A MILLION'DOLLARS FULL PAID CAPITAL
FUR8TENJ1KIM, WM. I. COLK. J AMK3 RKILLY.
OflicelO SXadlsou, Street, Memphis, Tenn
and NERVOUS KEADACHS
Am mnTtnrd aftr tMKintt tt. tht TnivaaLrifB
- ' P1
iiiiMW Hi..iPO ana uiarj corntive proiiorth)
fOim.ijuitic NfMiroltn. sod aliwiin slrjacular Khao
msiiam. axiui Uulu. si. i).. be. Loaia, Ha
Hare tMted ToioiLTNK In apreral its, ol Hee
ralpa. It baa inrvn iim Mrfwt itisfwri.rt.
() B. Obtiujiuu. M. I., Fsjrbory, H.
27. "'."""l r.rwriaaM nnaaa-
I j. s. psgk. m. d . v.nduvuuk. n.
PHICB O K IiOlXAR PKR POTTLE.
and 711 WAKHI";1Y)1 avhNliK. kt. TiUIA
and Cotton Factors
Tlf empliin. Tenn.
AU ARI.ER, C. D. PKASB
as Wli KKLIH'U.
lo m Giacers
HASOIT aft HASH IN, I.OI Ull fc W ABBES, CDI
i'AU lUTI AUK UBUAS.
PIANO FOR io.-mi
295 NFflOrVIa ST., HIKHIPniN
Powers, Gin Gearing
VARIETY OF '
Court, Memphis, Tenn
JOHN E. HANDLE & CO., PROFITS,
98 Second St., Memphis, Tcm
FOUNDERS & MACHINISTS,
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
a.iigines, Boilers, Sawmills,
Bradiortl Corn and Wheat Mills,
Cotton Fress, Cotton Uia
Shaflinfr, Pullejs, Jt-T.
SPECIAL NUTirK We are prepared to fill order',
on rior notice, for the oeloi rated Mrdnrt Pnlrnt
Wronclx lalljr. .We carry in stock over
Two Hundred Aborted Ma' a.
IfirSnnd for Ontnloinie and Prlic-Ht.
. b. KoTians.
W. O. PATTSB0N
and RallrouU Supplies
GOIIH ot GO
htin II. II e I
MYKRd, W. D,
On and after this data I iball offer at rrirate tale the entire itock of
Ko. 205 MAIN SXRELT,
Hardware, Cutlery, Mechanics' Tools,
Sawmill Supplies, .Agricultural Implements,
GRASS and COTTON ROPE, FENCE WIRE, Etc.
rJ.ahall continue to fe'l from day to da? at rerjr low ratea. Thoee requiring- anrthing ia
this line for Building, Mechanical, Farming or other purtoacj, will have an opportuni 1 to
aupply their wants at rates greatly to their advantage.
Ma-MpiiiH. Fhmwrv 1. IHMi r. I. HcDOlVFI.T.. RMHver.
J. W. ISCIIORB, P. 8ACSSESTHALER, C. KOEHLER,
PreBldeatj Ylce-I'resident ; hee'y and Treu.
HAH CFACTCBEBS OF THE CELEBRATED
Filsener Beer in Kegs and Bottles.
Oul Pure Cbrystal Well Water Used, for Brewing Purposes.
8. W. Corner Butler and Tennegiee Htrt
No. 297 Second Street, : SFeutphi, Tenn.
376-37880-382-384-386 fcecond street, south ot Gayoso.
Doors, Sash, Blinds. Flooring, Ceiling, Siding, Shingles,
Moulding;, Lwiha, Cedar Poets) and Pickets).
GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS
And Commission filerchants,
20O and 26S Front St.. M empbi, Tenr.
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Boors, Sash, Blinds, Holding, Lumber,
Lath and Shingles, Flooring, Ceiling and Cedar Posts.
MEMPHIS, - -
J. T. FARQAS0N. J. A. HUNT. 0. C.
J. T. FAR6AS0N & CO,
VhoIesale Grocers & Cotton Factors,
889 Front Street, Memphis, Tenn.
Cotton consigned to us will have our careful attention. We carry at all timei a well-
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Staple &. Fancy Groceries, Wines, Liqusrsjcbacco & Cigars,
SLEDGE BROS., of Como, Miss.
No. 365 Front Street
Bit INLY LAND SIDE COTTER PLOWS.
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, SEEDS & FERTILIZERS.
R.G. CRAIG & CO. ,
M. U. COOVER k CO.
Doorts Sash. Blinds, MonldingN, all kinds of -Door and.
' Window Frames, Brackets, KcrolMVork, Rough and
PrcwflPd Lumber, Shingles Laths, Water Tanks.
All klnda of Wood Work Executed at Short A'otlee,
Nos. 157 to 173 Washington St, Memphis, Xqhh.
K. P. IJOH DRE.
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K. E. LEK.
IIKIN. R. A. PARKER. E. L. WOODSON
T.ow r th ,nwmt.
F. fit. NOEFLEET, Resident Partner.
37 - 39 Uninu, UeuipLiis