MEMPHISIfDAILY APPEA3FKIDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1886.
FILLED DDI WITH SHOT.
A SESATI05AL EILLI.XJ
Horrible WlfeOI order at Boston
A Cblcagro Bank Ylttlmlied
by a Forger,
Little Rock, Ask., February 11.
Last ibaracny- eveDiog, ia Asblett
township, this county, man namrd
Ken Holmes was ho: dowa br Cecil
TbompcoD. Magistrate Geo. il. Bar
row, ( i tbat township, held an inquest
over the remains of Holmes on Satur
day. Tbe news bas just been re
ceived, and it trtnu tbat Tlminptoa
bas a ft.'pdauchter named Florence
tbat Holmes was routing. Holmes
was a married man, his family resid
ing In this city, ro Thompson inter
poeed an objVrt'on to Holme' visits
and informed Miss Florence of his de
cidion, but the giddy girl (till encour
aged Holmes and he continued clan
destinely to meet her, Thompson
went ti Holmes nnd warned him to
remain away. Thursday the two men
met in the woods near Thompeon's
tome and had a long quarrel, which
ended in Holmes drawing bis knifa
and threatening, to cut Thompson
throat. Thompson was armed with
an ni, and so kept Holmes at a dis
tance. He ordered Holmes never to
enter his premises again. Holmes
raid he would see tbe girl or die in the
attempt. Upon entering bis bonre
Thorn pe oa got bis gun and returned to
tbe door, saying to Ilo'mes, who was
standing at the gate: "If you enrse
me and my family I will shoot von
"Well, blaze away," returned Holmes.
Thompson pulled the trigger and filled
bis antagonist with buckshot, from
the tffetti of which he died on Friday
nigrjt. I be coroner s .ury returned
verdict that deceased came to his
death from a gun-shot wonnd from the
bands of Thompson, who is cow in
Horrible Wife Harder.
New Yobk, February 11. The It
aid publishes the fallowing fioin Boj-
ton, datedlyeeterdny : Michael Doran
a shoemaker, aged atout fifty years, is
locked np to-night charged with tbe
attempted murder of his wife, Cat La
rine. Mr. and Mrs. Doran have been
married about twenty years, during
wnicn niteen ctiuuren nave been born
to them, seven of whom are now liv
icg. The couple, who have been liv
inn, at South Weymouth, separated
about three years ago, In consequence
of the jenlons deposition of the hus
band. Tbe hnuiaid visited her there
several times, their meetings invuria
uiy ending in a row. ibis morning.
accoiding tl the story if the eldest
son (all of the children remaining
wiin uieir maner), Doran ca'led ut
the house shortly after 10 o'clotk,
bringing his kit of tools with him.
After the usual quarrel, ho went to
the adj lining room to bis kit of toe li
and put something in his pocket. Then
he came back to the kitchen, and, ap
Vroaching his wife, seemed to puhIi
ner oacawnrde. As lie stepped back
tbe blood guBhed from her neck, and,
caiciiing me cup sue neimn berhand,
vie ortue iieui it under no wound un
til it was Lull full of blood, and then
drank it. IX) ran appeared uuconcerned
wKan i, ...1 I J . .1 . .
nuvu ..ncaic-ii. lis uhu luauti no at
tempt to escape, but stayed near the
hoiue until tbe cllicer came altw him.
He admitted that he had tried t ) mur
der bis w,H, and said that he bad used
a sboeraaker's knife, tilling the ofli
cers where he bad thrown it. Mrs.
Damn will die.
Cblrnxo Hnnka Vlriinilar by a
Ciiicai III., February 11. The
fact has juBt been wade public that
tbe First National Bank of this city
was Tictimiaed to the extent of 13800
by a clever forgery latt Saturday. A
well dreesed man of middle age ap
peared hef jre the cashier about noon
that day and presented for payment
three checks bearing the signature of
Fowler Bros, the packers. Two of
the checks were on the Firtt National
Bank for sums amounting to $2300.
The third was drawn on the Metro
politan National Bank for tlBOO. The
whier looked at tho cheeks and at
the man who presented them, and
then tcld bim that he must be identi
fied btfo'e he could receive any
money. The ttranger then displayed
several letters cf recommendation
Trotn well-known rltitens, . Mill he
wn remsea payment, and so wjtn-1
4irew U 1 an hour later he reap
peared and presented the checks f r a
second time. They then bore the sig-
' Yii'ute ( f B. D. Fowler of the firm of
Fowler Bro., together with the Isttera
"O K." This Indoiat matit was deemed
Bullkient and the money was paid.
. The tt:inger quicklv departed. When
thechek on the Ittropollrai Na
tional lUnk reached tun, hank through
the Cleanng-House itsollicials at once
notified those o! the First National
Bank that Fowler Bros, had no money
on depoiit with them. An investiga
tion followed, and the three checks
were soon discovered to be forgeries.
The man who secured the money on
them is believed to have accomplices.
The officials cf the Firet National
Bank secured a good descript oa of
the swindler, although they could
furnish no infrmatioa by which he
could be directly traced. The matter
wai at once put hit i the hands of a
detective ageucy, but as yet no clew
bas been found.
burned at an early hour this morning.
Tbe fire originated in the bay lof :
from soma unknown cause, and spread
so rapidly tbat it was well nnder wav
before the fire department arrived.
The employes of tbe stables who were
on the arena at tbe time turned their
attention first to saving the horses,
sixty-five in cumber, and bad taken
about seven of them from the burning
ouuoing, wben two policemen arrived,
and thinking thnt the employes were
thieves, clubbed them into insensibil
ity, and tbns destroyed tbe only
chance cf saving tbe stock, and the
remaining fifty-eisht horses were
burned tj death. The total less Is es
timated a'. $12,000; Insurance, $i000.
Tbe Rbamerol Ik of I.I me and
Alum In Cheap linking Pondera.
C.IUI AFTER THE STORM
EYERITHIXO QUIET A5D BUSI
XESS RESUMED AT L0XD0X.
Many food frauds, such as cliickorv
ccllee or watered milk, a'thongh they
are a swindle in a commercial seuae,
are eft in tolerated because they do
not particu'a-ly affict the hea'fi of
the roieunier; but when an a-ticle
like taking powder, that entire lamely
into the food of every f imily, and is
relied upon for the htalthful prepara
tion cf almost every urn1, ia so made
as to carry bighlr iLiu.'ious if not
rankly poisonous element )nt,i the
i...... i .i.- i . . . .
uirnu vj uiu umineni (larier nf f i
enure cotnmun.t,-, it is the duty of
the presa to emphatically denounce
the manufai t irers whose avarice has
prompted them to such diabolical op
Among recent impoit nt discoveries
by ttie lmt nialyeis is that by I'rcf,
Mott, the Lnited Mates Government
Chemist, cf large amounts of lima in
the cheap baking powders. This is.
if not the moot dangerous, certainly
iue mot i useless adulterant, yet Ion ad
in the low grade, inferior baking
powders. It is a staitling fact that cf
over 100 difTarent biaads of baking
powuer so tar analyzed. xsomnrisinn a
those sold in this vicinity, not one of
them, with the single exception of the
Royal Baking Powder, was found free
from both lime and alum. The chief
service of lime ia to add weight. It is
true that lime, when subjected to
heat, gives oil a certain amount of car
bonic acid gas, but a quick lime is
icic, a caistic so powerful that it is
usea by tanners to eat the bair from
bides of animals, and in disrecting-
rooms to more quickly rot tbe Hash
from the bones of dead subjects. A
small quantity of dry lime upon the
tongue, or in the eye, produces pail ful
effects; how much more serious mutt
Uieee ell ems be unon the delicate mem
branes of the stomach, intestine?, and
kidneys, more particularly of infants
nnd children, and especially when
the lime is taken into the system da
after day and with almott every mea
This is said by physicians U be one of
tne cbiri caiiBes ot indigestion, dvsnep
sia, and those painful diseases of the
kidneys now so prevalent. Instances
of the inoet serious affections of tho
latter organs from drinking lime waters
lound in seme sections of the West are
noied in every medical iourna'.
Adulteration with lime Is even more
to be dreaded than with alum, which
Bin nereioiore received tbe most era
phatic condemnation from every food
analyst, physician and chemist, for
the reason thnt. while alum is proba
bly partially dissolved and passed off
in gas oy tno beat oi baking, it is ini
possible io uesiroy or cnanua tbe na
tare of the lime in any degree, so tbat
tbe entire amount in tbe baking now
der passes, with all iti injurious prop
erties, into the atomach. When we
state thnt the chemiM i have found 12
per cent., or one-eighth of the entire
weight of some samples of bakinir
puwuer aaaiyzeu io oe lime, tbe
wickedness of the alulteration wi'l hn
lure bak ns Powders are nnn nf Hi a
chief aids to tue cook in preparing
peifect and wholesome food. VM1
those are to be obtained of well-estab
lished reputation like theRovnl. of
whose purity there baa never hmn
and cannot be a question, it is proper
to avoid all others.
Considerable Uneasiness, However
Still Felt-Bistres Amour Un
OPERA IN AETV YORK.
Hnlmon Mot Pleaaed With
Itetnll of Ilia Benaon.
Killed Abont a Hint.
Madisonvillk, Kv., February 11.
T. J. Bal shot and killed James
Bracket, his young farmhand, at the
home of the former, five miles from
here, Tuesday night. Bracket had
been charged by Mrs. Baal with at
tempting to kisa her. He called her
a liar, and immediately the two men
drew pistols. Bracket tired first and
n-isscd, and wbb instantly killud.
Clinton, Mo., F.tbruarv 1 1. An
other, of Cheek H'.riu.!li"8 has just
been divuljed, illnttratiog the sim
plicity of his forgeries. He made a
i"1" ln lsl t Fred. F. Burgefjr
J.MK. Barge sub.vqner.t'y paid him
SoOO on this, and Ciieek entered it on
record, but in tho boud given to John
Uuro of Bridgeport, Cann., to secure
the loan Chtek defily turned the 2
into an 8 and now Burge is in f jr the
edd.t ojal J00) which he had paid
Cheek on the loin.
, M" of lire by Cold In Kautn.
LSAVENW.-IBTII V.a f,t, 11
iiie lion. John Uannonofthis city
. f, " 10"er 'roin a clergyman
at Djdge (j ty, who states that during
ttrtretent tevorecold weather there
bad been great de.Btruntion of life in
that vicinity. The writ;r etab-s that
within a radius of 103 miles of Dodge
City 100.CO0 headcf cattle have f.on
t ) death, and tiiat 100 human beings
are known to have peiishrd.
loss fumed by I'ollecinrn'a Muuld-
Et. Lons. Mo., February 11. John
-P, MallaJly a, livery and ta'e 6tabloa
Chicago. February 11. Mr. Marde-
on is evidently not pleased with the
result cl his recent onera season in
New York City. At a luncheon given
him yesterday come speeches were
made complimenting the operatic
manager, who. in turn, according to a
published statement, avowed his be-
"zi at Chicago outdis'naced New
Y'ork in weCl'h, refinement, enter
prise and culture, especially in the
matter of music, and particularly in
operatic scores. He Sftitl be had been
dawdling with the New York people
for eight years and he had Hot cleared
a dol n?. Tho confounded stockhold
ers of the wretched Academy of Music,
by their deadhcaling piopensities,
had played Ned with the treasurer's,
"New Y'ork never did know any
thing about music, and the stock
holders misbehaved and bickered and
what uot, and I'm never going back
there. I gave 'em Tatti at. J.'iOOO a
night, and liereter aud Scale hi and
Albani, but they coild not appreci
ate them. New Yorkers have no
gratitude whatever. I shu'l give them
tbe go-by and let them cram them
selves full of German opera. Outside
ol New Y'ork the people appreciate
Lout With All on Uonrd.
Norfolk, Ya,, February 11. The
wrecking steamer Victoria Feed re
poiti having discovered a schojner
sunk in four fathoms of water in
Lynn Haven bay, with her masts and
rigging above water. In the rigging
were found blankets and cbthing ns
if the people on board had lashed
themselves when the vessel sank. It
is considered aimoet certaiu that it is
the wreck rf theschconer Althea God
frey, ("apt. I'iggan, belonging to Messrs.
J. ii. Cannon & on, long overdue, as
reported. The captain had his wifn
and five daughters on board. Had any
of the crew survived it is more than
probable that they would have been
beard from before this. Tbe Poed
returned to the wreck this morning,
and will probably ascertain the name
of the sunken vessel before Bha re
turns. The schooner Kirk, Capt.
Curtis, railed from New Y'ork with a
enrgo of kainit at the same time tbe
Godfrey left. Neither vessel hai since
been beard from.
Kun Down by a Frelfbt Train.
Galupolis, 0 February 11.
Three section hands with a truck
loaded with rock were crossing a tres
tle yesterday when an extra freight
trnin on the Hocking Valley and To
ledo real came npon them. They
dropped to the side of the trestle and
held on with their hands. The train
demolished tbe truck, scattered the
rock and broke the hold rf two of the
men, who fell forty-five I jet and re
ceived ftal injuries. Their names are
Amos Weug and ('hiulea McMnllen.
. Bbown's Bronchial Tboches for
coughs and colds: "There is nothing
tJ be compared with t'.iem." '
UKV. 0. V, WAXklNS, WaltoD.Lad.
LosiH)M,Februa-yll, noon. Every
thing it quiet in the metropolis this
morning. Tradesmen have reopened
tneir snopt, and business is proceed
ing as nsual. Considerable uneasi
nets, however, is (till felt leet there
should be fuitber riotous demon
lJI&T!tikSH AMOSO TUB V.NKUPLO YKD
Three hundred unemployed work
ingmen ca, I'd upon the Lord Mayor
to-day to urge upon In in tbe necessity
oi aoing someibing to relieve tbe Jig
trees among the unemployed of Lou
don. The Lord Mayor courteously re
ceived the deputation aid promised to
poitosn.ly assist the d 'Stressed neon'e
so lar as his means would permit him
lie added tbat the Lord Mayor a fund
lor tbe reiiel of the distrefsed people
of the city, which had been started
Aueeday, u teady amounted to .0000,
Qceiikc, February 11. The cure of
laspetiiac states tbat several dis
tressed ' fishermen s families in that
place are subsidi ng only on one meal
u day, consisting of potatoes and fa'.t.
Vienna, February 11. The New
titit J'reue baa received a telegram
fioin Belgrade, laying that the reports
A l. 1 r- ! f:l L - 1 , . .
milt jviuk jiiku iibu ueciuea on me
disbandmeiit of bis troops are not con-
atuenp, reoruary ii. iwo more
classes cf the Greek Naval Reserve
have been summoned into actual serv
Ice. 1 be Greek lleet in the Gulf cf
V ola, 1 heaf aly, has been ordered to re
turn io)n tl Salauls, in the Gulf of
i.gina, near Athens.
Paris, February 11. The military
court which has been investigating
the history of the disaster to the
French army it Langston during the
Tonquin war has acquitted Col. Uer
binger, who had charge of the French
troops at the time, from all blame for
Kisoston. O.st.. February 11.
Friends in this vicinity have been ad
vised of the killing of six cf the mnnnr-
ed police nearKegina. They await the
coullrmatlonof the report. Thev have
also been informed by their northwett
ern correspondence that a rebellion is
likely to occur in the spring.
Dudlis, February 11. The I'arlia.
menlary election in the North Divi-
lion of Monaghan, to fill the vacancy
caused by the determination of Mr.
T. M. Healy, who was choien for both
Monaghau and Londonderry, to sit far
Londonderry, resulted in the return
of Mr. G'Brien, Home Ruler, who re
ceived 4012 o:ep, against 2534 for Mr.
trail, tbe Conservative candidate.
Lon no;, February 11. A Renter'
telegiam from Beilia itates that the
measure iHroduced in the Reichstag
byHerrReous inbehdlfof the Con-
Bemtives, urging a new and s arch
ing inquiry iotithe currency aues-
tiop with a view to ascertaining
wnetber it would be better to adhere
t j monometallism or return to a double
standard, was adopted tday by a vote
cf 145 to 110.
Montreal, February 11. A disnatah
frooi Edmonton says: At the police
barracks bere and at Fort Saskatche
wan the men are still in a state of in
subordination, and are doing much ca
they pleaee. At the lt:er place recently
some of them became intoxicated, and
alter locking tbe commanding oiheer
in bis room, continued their debauch.
1 L! .L .1 l ... .
FOR THK CURE OP
NEURALGIA. RHEUMATISM and NERVOUS HEADACHE
TON. A is a product of the Tonga or Fricnrity Am omniud. firr Umtmt h. thrt Touoauxb
UlaiKM, where u baa lonu bwu used as val- d nid .d4 nuut comma pnipeniu
natik remedy by the native. imuBticKrljii. Mid timln MiucuXiir lliujo-
t. V v ii vinirMind nf Tnnra trlih i HMUMn.-WjU.Tlll Cou il. I) L Lixu. Mu.
WWVVNVfc otll.r iuiiDt, h,e cur-1 Tokoildii in mnl um of No-
atlre rjronertieji hnv. l--n tiinnuiirhiv imi, :!'. It ht. r,Tfn me nerfect iutiriuti,in
frr.('YV fa tak tuU rnaUi and pro- .tJiB Outhaxdi, U D., Fjorbnry. ID.
II coma ninnnn umnr Mnrnltlna rs ." J-J.'V.' IT" rrrvua.
ITIR Rllff Ktf at T. Iiai'wria
A. A. rVSELLIEff. Hut. Froprwtor, and
J N. PjWB. M D V.ndarcu 1T1
PRICE OXE noiXAR PER BOTTLE
1 1 I WAfHIM.TII.V AVFSIIK. T KUTTB.
Estes9 Boaa Co
Wholesale Grocers and Cotton Factors
13 Union Mtreot. IWTemphlw. Tenn.
On and afur thii data I ihall offer at prirata aala Uiecatir itock of
C?. TME "ijl 3m cEL
No. 205 MAIN STREET,
Hardware, Cutlery, Mechanics1 Jools,.
Sawmill Supplies, igricultnral Implements,
GRASS and COTTON ROPE, PENCE WIRE, Etc
TV. . .
jigiinquinEi anything ia
BfrrJhall rnntinne to '! from day to day at rery low ratm.
thii line for Buiiainic, Mechanical, Farming or other purpoiea, will have an oiiDCr-tuni t.
lupply their wanu at ratee greatly to their advantage opportum t
ii km ph if. rfnninry l. lMii
Cation Facte Grocsrs
294 Front Street. Opp. Custom-Honsp.
Cotton Seed Meats
AT will par the Uigbeat Market Prite In Caah for
IECOKTICATl COXTOX SEEi
And art prepared to pat ont, on favorable termi, at glni and on plantation', the
IltlDILM COTrOX-SEED IIlILLEIt.N.
And make contract for all the nroduct, whereby the bulla will be left on tbe plantation,
Fur Terms and Particulars, adjreii
Pr,4TVT4TIO III LTjEK CO.. 13 Wet Cotirl Sf Menmlil-
KELLY, ROPER & REILLY,
Grocers & Cotton Factors,
Xo. 3113 Main Street, finyowo Itlook.
Wholesale Dealers aud PuMigtiers,
Bolt Agenti for the following Firit-Clut Initrumentii
Steinwav nud XxioJdo
OllGA-TfS MABOS HAMUBf, ILOIUH ft'wAHBM, VU1
A NKW 7-OCTAVE PIANO FOR 8190.41
WritA (nr CataWnwi. Noh. 22:1 nn1 2a Ki:"iMl NT.. MTTWP.IIK
a which (bar damaged the kitchen
furniture. The citizens await with,
considerable interest the outcome of
Paris, February 11. In the Cham.
ber ot Deputiea to-dar M. Uaalv. the
new workinnmaa DeDtitv. dtfHndpd
the striking iron miners at Dfcazeville
for breaking into the residenre of the
Buperintndnr, M. Walian, and
trampling hiin to death. HI. Baslv
spoke with (treat violence, lie deliv
ered a Socialistic harangue, dwelling
on the hardships which the miners
were compelled to endure, and de
clared that under all the circumstances
of the case the killing t f M. Wat rain
was "a popular act of iuetice." The
'resident of the Chamber reoeatedlr
called M. Biuly to order, without, how
ever, tsmperiug his language.
IRON AND STEEL.
In the I'nltod
100 to 171 Ailaius Street, Memphis, Tenn.
JJAVK ACCEPTED TUB AGENCY FOR THE CELEBRATED
aifcieiss JSgin ggirx&9
Mahofaotured at Indlanapolla, Ind., and are now prepared to fornlfh tame atpricea which
can nol be eiiualed tor tame quality of work. Alto manufacturer! of
Cotton Presses, Horse Powers, Gin Gearing
AND EVERY VARIETY OF
Plantation Work, Including Overhauling & Repairing Euiflaes &Machlner
w ORDERS SOLICITED.
n. iuS. Oil i is m yylu
864 Front Ht.. for. Court. Memphis, Tenn
E. L. MoOOWAN.
riiiLAPKLriiiA, Pa., February 11.
Statistics recelvel by the American
Iron and Bteel AssociaV.on from man
ufacturers show the production of Bes
semer steel ingot) in the United States
in 18S3 to have been 1,701, 757.net tons,
or 1,61',),4S0 gross tons, ni increase cf
l(il, 161! net tons over the production
of 1834. This is the largest production
the couBtry ever maJe in one year.
Pennsylvania produced 1,100,134 tons;
Illinois, 85 0,031) tons; other States,
220,084 tons. Inclnded in the produc
tion of Ingots of 1885 were U 1,047 net
tons ot Clnpp tirilliths ingots, which
were made by Oliver Brothers & Phil
lies at Pittsburg. No ether Ciaip
(iritlltha plant was in operation in Oic
United 8'ates. in 1885, but in 11
fiere will be Eeveral plants in oi i -tion.
The production cf Befei'tmr
s'eel raih in 188j was wai 1,074 i '
ntt tons, or 050,470 groea tons, a
crease cf 48,014 ntt tons on the pro
duction of 1884. The production was
less than in any year since 1880, when
ii was Oo4,4t0 net tons. The produc
tion of rails of all kinds in the United
S aVsin 1S85 was l.uyO.GO'J nit tons,
or !I73.S3S gro tons, a decrease of 54,
l'i0 net tons on the pro Juetion nf 1884.
One cf t'ie most significant deductions
to be drawn from these statibtics is ti;e
increasing use of Bessemer steel for
miscellaneous purposes as a substitute
for iioa. In 1SSJ the proportion of
Bececmer steel ingots which was con
verted into rails was 85 percent. ; in
1883 it was 78 per cent, in 1884 72 per
cent., and in 1885 it wai63 percent.
Uov. Meyiuonr'a Condition.
Uiica, N. Y., February 11. Ex
Gov. Horatio Seymour bai been sick
at the house of his sister, Mrs. Roscoe
Conkllng, for several days patt. The
trbuble mainly is exhaustion aid fut
ure of the r-owers of digestion. About
5 o'clock yesterday evening he fell
ir.tj a healthful slumber, which con
tinued three hours, and which his
physician think a very fivorable
bv ni ft Dm and the probable beginning
IrtUr. Ex-liov. Seymour slept but
little latt night, and his condition
shows no 'improvement this morning.
Tea Herbal Chill Cure, the best
tnnio and antl-pertortlp known. A certain
and tare core for chill. Price 11 per but
tle. Send ttami for eirculari. Any ref
erence sixen. Addretl Juhn C. Rucker.
Tnn wMm &
I WWII III wu .11111 uv UUll
Wholesale Grocers, Cotton Factors,
And Dealers In Levee aud Railroad Sapplles,
No. 274 Front Street Uemnliii, Tenncsiree-
JOHN E. HANDLE & CO., PROPR'S,
iiA 98 Second St., Memphis, Ten'
,VVM FXUNDEKS & MACHINISTS
(jyd MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IK
0J nulna. Hollers, Sawmills,
. Rrmllirl mi aud Wheat Mlllf,
Cotloii riv-. Cotlou Glii
Sliarilit;;. uHers, - m.
HP1.CI.4I. WJ a '!: We are rrrril to All orders,
t- oi tAor notice, lor in ceiorraiea nwmri riwi
4"v. wrenalii.itw. rimer, ;e oarrj in ttoca over
Iv,;. . Two Uundred AMortml nun.
rrSnil for Cntnlorne ani Prlce-IIt.
BRINKLEY LUMBER COIPAHY
YELLOW TINE AND OAK LCMBEK,
Soora, Bin mix aud Blludai.
GEO. BAYMILIjER. Agent, 124 Jefferson Street
W. F7 TAYLOR & GO,
Cotton Factors & Commission Llerch'ts,
No. 3U Front Street, Corner ot Monroe, Memphis, Tenn.
Liberal Advance IHndo oa reuiaanfila,
J. W. .sriIORR,
Sec'jr and Tre&s.
MP0LEON HILL, President.
W. ?f. WlLEERS0X,Tice-Pre8i(IenI.
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GEKEKAl. FIRR AUD if ARISE BISIXESS.
A QUARTER OF A MILLION'DOLLARS FULL PAID CAPITAL
FURSTKJJIlFTM. WH. I. COLE,
Ollicc 19 IXadlson Street, Jleniphis, Tenn
MAHlFACTtBEKS Of THE CELEBRATED
Pilsener Beer in Kegs and Bottlea
Only Pure Cbrjstal Well Water Used for Brewlny Purposes.
S. W. Corner Butler and Tennessee Htz,
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S. P. JJOWDKE.
Jfo. 297 Second Street, : Memphis, Tenn,
K. E. LEU.
376-378.380-382-381-386 fceeond street, south ot Gavoso.
Doors, Sash, Blinds. Flooring, Ceiling, Siding, Shinnies,
Honlilliiic, Lalhn, Cellar Poata and Pickets? '
ROGERS. COTTDII .FACTORS
And Commission ierchants.
26 nnd 262 Front St.. TCemphis. Tew.
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AW ASD PUKMCKItlU, RAVT-TAKD.
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Molding, Lumber,
Lath and Shingles, Flooring, Ceiling and Cedar Fosta,
MEMPHIS, - - TENNESSEE.
J. T. FARQAS0N. J. A. HUNT. C. C. HEIN. R. A. PARKER. E. L. WOODSON
J, T. FARGASQN I GO.
Wholesale Grocers & Cotton Factors.
Its 9 Front Street, Zlemphli, Tenn.
Cotton consigned to us will have our careful attention.
selected stool o.
We carry at all times x well-
Staple &. Fancy Groceries, Wines, Liquorsjobaccc & Cigars,
Ann will ll h Low it. in LAweat.
SLEDUE BROS., of Como, Miss.
F. M. X0RFLEET, Resident Partner.
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No. 365 Front Street MemnhlM1 Tennessee.
DILLARD & COFFIN,
tGT Caftli AilvniMTM to Woroliu hikI Pliier.
BBINLY LAND SIDE CUTTER FLOWS.
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, SZE0S &. FERTILIZERS.
iii, II, COOVER & CO.
Doora, Stub, Itlimls -MoiiMIiiks all kiudri of Door and
Wliulow Frniuos, " JJraikols, ScroIl.Vork, ltonRh and
I)reMl Ijitmbr, ShiuKlos Tatlm, Water Tanks.
All kinds ot Wood Work Executed at Short A'otlee.
Nos. L157 to 173 Washington St. Memphis. Tena.
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