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MEMPHIS!' DAILY APPEAL-SATURDAY, I FEBRUARY 13, 1880r
8T0RT OF HIS
A Woman' Qnerr Story Doable
Tragedy ! Mlitsonrl Remarka
ble PcBiloa Fraud.
Lrm-i Rock, Ark., February 12. A
Pcpaiy United bttm Manthal yeeler-
jAty arretted tiro min in this city on
"ha charye ot tuttinx conntofdit
money. They were) examined yeeter
day afternoon and ' (oantj feit coin
, was in cne of their trunks. The coin,
is ol good mould, and ine men are be
lieved to be members ct an Arkansas
ear it of counterfeiters, and it is ex-
peeled that Hutting developments
- will lollow upon the arrest.
H Board Hlmerlf.
Cornish, Ma.,Fberury 12. Edward
A. O'Brien, f nmerly rf the whol'f ale
floor llrra of O'Brien & Tierce in Poit-
land, and since then in business in
' Chicago and Boston, hanged bimeelf
here yeeteiday. Thufuicide was prob
ably canted by business reverses.
Fannd rdcrd tm tbe Street.
Atlanta, Ga February 12. The
body if Alexander Ilauldin, thirteen
years eia, was tonnd on tne stroels of
Toccoe yeeterday morning partially
eeten by noes, lie rai been murdered
during the night. There is to clew to
Cd II rr Lda-ea Hoary for HersMf.
St. Louis, Februury 12. Mrs. Jnlia
Bartels, treasurer of the Eva Lodge
No. 11, O. M. P., reported to the police
oi tne tfcona District v ester day II at
ber 1 euRe at 311 Houfard street, hai
Been entered by burglars ana robbed
of 300. Officers were detailed to loak
alter the matter and made an elimi
nation of Mrs. Burtels' house. They
reported yettardny to the chief that
thev could not find any t-nce of a for
cible entry and claimed that she bad
admitted to them Urn', she bad nsed
me lodges money lor private pur
oabl Trif rd j m Mlaeourl
WiNDtoB, Mo., February 12. A
double tragedy occurred nt this place
yesierray morning. John Uvans, a
colored man, bad for some time been
living with bis uncle. Kola Banks, alfo
coioreo. iue parties cad some trouble
over certain property, which Banks
had promised to deed to Kvans but
afterwards refused to do to, and gave
Mans notloe to leave his bouse. Euly
mis morning j.vanas wile was
awakened by a loud noise, and fonnd
me bouse in names and her husband
and Uncle Rolla ttmding at the deor.
Hhe taw ber husband itrike Banks
with an az and then run away. The
clothing of bo'h parties wai then in
flames. The neighbors then rume in
and extinguiebed the Humes. It whs
found that Banks was badly cut. his
Head being laid open from the crown
to the chin. After bis wounds was
dressed a party set out in search of
Jwaiu, who was tracked to a neigh'
boring well and found at the bottom
of it in an unconscious condition, lie
was taken out and found ti be badly
burned about the face, neck and
hand, and he lived but half an hour
after being taken out. It is sunnnned
Evans firet fa'.urated Banks's clothing
with ooal oil and then, after striking
him with the axe, attempted to set fire
io him, when bis clothing naught hre.
A lot of blinting powder in the room
alto exploded during the tire and
a' most demolished the building.
as ioilowa: "I am here at the very lart
ruinate before I die. I was brought
here through; others, and not by my
own fault. They oalv are ti blame.
Mr. Zeigler was the robber of my wife.
He lobbed my borne and took my
wile away from me. Hermann con
tinued in the same attain for six min
utes, when the black cap was drawn
over bis head, and the trap was
snrungat 10:43 o'c'ock am. At 11
o'clock life was txtinct, and the body
was cct down.
STARVATION AM DEATH.
RESULTS OF HIE LAW'S
An Old Man Kept Oat of Ilia Prop
erty by Litigation, While His
A Woman's ((after Mtorjr.
Jkfrey Cnv, N. J., February 12.
un i-riday nipnt Jt Mm. Uhas. n.
Hogan, wifef a Pennsylvania ia;l
road conductor wbi reticles in the
apaitment house at Jersey avenue and
iMKhtn street, called to a lilt'e toy
wno was passing to got ber a pbyei-
c'nu. She was about to be coufined.
and as Dr. llolcomb, who lived near
by bad attended her, ehe asked the
boy to mmmon him. In a few min
utes the boy returned with a man
who said be was Dr. A. T. hay res. As
Mm. llrgan was in a critical condition
she accepted bis services. He imme
disUly, bhe saye, put her under the
influence of ether. When she recov
ered from the effects of the drng she
was alone in the room. The child of
which she bad been delivered bad
disappeared and the only evidence of
its existence left in the room was a
small package which contained a little
curl cf polden 1 :rr. Mr. Hogan is of
the opinion that the doctor either
killed tbe child by mistako or was
trying to enture a subject. There is
no physician in Jenny City of tlio
name if Uayrps. The police are search'
ing tor the alleg:d physician and the
boy who brought him to the houee,
What wai hli bidi) I do not know hli
I nnljr know lie hrrdGiid'i rolce and came,
nrnurut mi u. invea acroii tee ioa,
To live and work lor Hod and met
Kollei the uniniolounoak;
Drafted frnui tho luil
With hnrriii loll
TJie thrlne-marlari rooti nd atubborn rock,
n uniiieniy (iiiou uii niiscvara mountain aiile,
Ami a l ma abu. wiiiinui moinnrini. iiiaii.
No blarine trmnnet aoundad out hn tunm.
He lived ho died I do not know nil nauo,
Chicago, III., February 12. Tbe
utt was biought to public cotice last
evening that in a little hovel on the
prairie, near Thirty-first etrett and
Western avenue, Is the dead body of
a woman prepared for burial, and in
the next room is tbe daughter of this
woman dying from the efiects of tbe
same causes tuat killed her mother,
a lack of food and medical a d. The
dead woman was the wife, and the
dying woman is tbe daughter of
Patrick Flaherty, a laborer. He baa
not a dollar which be can call bis
own, though the (supreme Court ol
Illinois has said that he bas g oi title
to property in Cbicazo worth over
AKTBB KIGDT YEARS LITIGATION
between Flaheitynd a wealthy resi
dent of this city now dea l, the ques
tion of tbe ownership of the Juad
reached the Supreme Court, where a
decisien was rendered iu favor ol
Flaherty io September last. But the
heirs of Flaherty's opponent trans
ferred tbe c'uim to a resident of Kew
York, wbo then tued for possefsion of
the property in the United Htnles
Court at Chicago. This case is now
pending uad will be reached in aout
two years. Flaherty is tco old to
work. Attorneys acting tor FUherty
I uve brought suit against tbe heirs iu
question for 150,000 damages for vexa
A Carnival of Hleluh-Kldina Bluing
the ttnow CandldalM FlgurlaiK
for (ha Campaign,
No form of brnnc And no mnmnrlkt itnnai
bbow iu the I'lacc where 11 bii molderina
Only a cheerful olt itunrfn,
liuilded l.j hn hardened hiindi.
Only ten tliound liomoi
Where every day
The eheerful nUy
Of love Hnil hnlia Hull r.niMiMt Ant,in.
Thole are hii nimuwint. iliiiI thfiai, itlntii,.
There i no form of iinuife and no meniurial
Ta thnr mine rfrt or ,.tl,t.,.. ...
Where Thou, food (lod of enroll, wilt fend
Home oak for me U rend: aoine tod.
Homo rook for me to breik i
Home hendful of Ilia corn to take
And loatior far a field.
Till It In turn vital I yield
Iti hundred fold
Of .ruin, nr .,.1,1.
To feed the waiting- children of my Ood.
Hbow mo the dolert, Father, or the lea.
Ii it thine enterpriee? Urnat (lod, lend mo
And thoiiuh thii body lie whore ooejin mllH.
Count me among all Faithful Houl.
Lena a linndfor teuntnry.
LITER Alt Y NOTES.
Remarkakl Praalou t'rand
Shilbtviu.1, III , February 12 A
remarkable pension fraud has just
wen orougoi to iignt in tbis city, in
1No2 Jacob Roellinger deserted from
the French army, came ta this coun
try and joined the Union fnces.
tearing that the French would aid
the Confederacy, and that be would
be captured and punished as a de
serter, he deserted bis New York com
pany and enlisted under an assumed
name in the Ohio infintry, la the
original command he was still ao-
counted for, and was finally reported
aa taken pnioner. In tbe meantinio
be served ont his time in the Buckeye
company, was discharged and came "to
this city. About four yearn sbo be
applied for a pension, giving his name
aa Oarmon. The claim was pigeon
holed until a few days ago, when a
special agent dropped in to investi
gate the caee, and made the following
revelations: Fred Roellinger of New
York is drawing a pona on as the de
pendent fatlr of Jacob Roellinger,
who, it is alfeged, died at Anderson
ville. Another man claiming tj be
Roellinger drew his back pay and
bounty and went to F'urope, while a
miru, nameu t.aily, Is drawing
Tim wife ot the revolutionist. Kra-
potkine, is writing an autobiographi
A oo i y cf the first book on arithme-
tic published in Knuliah was sold in
loncon recently for 1200.
Tiikrb are only about fortv lilerarv
men among tbe 670 members cf the
Briliuh House of Commons.
"Natural Causes and Kupehnat
t'ltAU Hkeminus," is the title of Dt'
Henry Maudsley'a new book,
JANCRK. McClurii it Oo. announce
for immediate tmhlii-atinn a new aHi.
tion of Oeorge F. Upton'a Women in
It is said that I'ere Didon. the well-
known Dominican prient. is wrltine
an elaborate reply to M. Kenan, to be
railed Jirjutatxon de 'la Vie de Jiu ,
AtmcAP edition at 37 cents of Bav-
ard Taylor's translation of Fautl, is
coming out in London, it is not ttited
what copyright Is paidt3 Mr. Taylor's
Tick nob & Co. announce for publi
cation in the spring the long p.'omiBod
Life tf Htnry nndawortk lAmgfrtlow.bj
bis brother the Kev. Hauiuel Longfel
The IcaifcrHiu reports that Wilson A
mcVJjrmack, tbe Ulaegow publishers,
will bring out in cheap form eelec-
tions from the prose aud verse cf
Sir Hknky Tuompson will soon pub-
IihU a novel under the Bunthoruian
title of All Hut: a Chronicle of Lu.ren-
ford Life. Hir Henry has himself made
twenty-one little Uluclrations for tho
Boston- is to have a new monthly
Q)H?uzme, the VU:en, the
pension in hln nn nam. in nn maiuziue, the VtUien, the ilret num
and Jacob KoellinRer's in another. l?er PPrlnR! month. It is to be
ouu a i.iurtn, representine himself to "r""1" l" uitiuuaniuii .m wrouuuo
be Koellinger, made an application,
but was apprehended and sent to the
penitentiary, while a fifth application
is now on tile at the department for
the alleged widow of the soldier in
quert'.on. Notwithstanding all thcBe
complications, the cane la in a fair
way to be cleared up, when tho right
ful soldier will receive bis dues.
Wife Hnrderrr II Kneed.
Be FPALo, N. Y., February 12.
Charles Hermann, a butcher by trade,
was hanged to tiny f r a murder quite
in keeping with his profession. Her
mann lived with his wiie on the up
ppr floor of a cottage on Blossom
alley. On Sunday evening, November
let, while the laudlady wai ajy at
church Mrs. Hermann propared to co
" told her," said Hermann,
that I did not want ber to go out and
asked her where she was going. She
ruid it waa noae of my ebusinem.
Things have gone wrong fr the Just
couple of yearo, aud Christ Ziiglor is
to blame. 1 did not strike her. I fol
lowed ber into the bedio;m, threw
heron the fl;or and cut her throat,
bhe did not struggle and was dead
toon alter." Hoaliarwards t.rd that
he concealed the tai .r early in the
morning for tbe purpose of killing his
wife, whom he suspected of infidelity
with Ziigler, although there was no
foundation for it except that Zuigler
hal jiiven i the woman employment
with which to support herself whilo
her husbard was sproeing. Three
duys elapsed hefore the dierovery of
the crime, and meanwhile Hermann
says he slept in bed with the corn-e.
in!,!1? W,M 'ooRt from bis cell at
10:2jocock, aitmiled by the Uev.
. a., naeuier and the
A. Kuerrn, Lutberart
The condemned man
ine pa torm with a
and stroi on the fatal drop,okiiig
"ou 'imiy at tne ciowd bo
fore hiia. thickly his legs were
atrapj.ed tether by the d3putics, Lis
arms (trapped to bis sidep, and tbe
rope was adjusted bv Deputy Brown,
TJh knot n,lder hi ielt ear.
When all wni in rcaliuocs Sheriff
-Oilbert inf jrmed Hermann thu tbe
opportunity to speak, if he desired to
Jofo, wai hie. The murderer then,
in a bud, firm tone of voice, and in
very good Eflgluih, spoke in subttance
mounted firm etep
of popular i nte rent relating to citizen
ship and government, and wi l be
edited by memhera cf the American
Institute of Civics.
Mr. Hr.'KiN in his autobiography
rays of Byron's lettars that they "cou-
tain the utmou number that will come
together into the space of absolutely
just, wise aud kind thoughts," and
which are "perfect bet ansa the nuan-
tlly they bold is not aititlcally or in
tricately concentrated, but with the
serene swiftness of a smith's hammer
Btrikes on hot iron.
It Is claimed by a writer for the
.4lit California that tbe real author o!
the Dodge Club." the "American
Baron" and "An Open 0.aestion" was
not James de Mille but a rich Califor
nia named John M. Creighton, who
entitled Do Mille to edit the stories
and find a market f r them. The evi
dence is not especially conclusive.
Tuhr will be few readers who will
not sympathize with Frederic Harri
son's protest against the needlees ped
antry of the writers wbo disturb the
language with new oithcgtapby the
people who Rubetitnte Livorno for
Leghorn, Napoli for Naples, and Ni.r.j
for Ni-.-ej Wien for Vienna, or it may
be, Kobenhavn for Copenhagen.
Tub first volume of Henry Morley's
edition of Cassell's National Library
have just been issued in this country.
No. 1 is Boscoe's translation; of Hilvio
relliio'sirfU lViim 7nrimmrT;"No.
2 is Byron's ChUde Unrold. The little
books are neatly printed in reasonably
litrge type, and are bound in paper.
The Pnllico bas an introduction by
Prof. Morley, which gives in small
space the neceesary details of tbe Ital
Tue autograph or dictated letters
which passed between Goethe and
Schiller will before long be added to
tbe Goethe archives. They are now
in the possession of Baron Carl von
Cotta of Stuttgart, who purchased
them in 1373, but be li.tj agreed to
b.j;1 his tr a jures to tbe Grand Duchess
of Saxe-Weimar, the owner of the
archives, for the price originally given.
There is one condition, however, at
tached to the tranraction, and it is
tbn. Baron von Cotta ehall retain tbe
MS1, during bis lifetime, and use
them without restraint for Utemry
looEuisroKDfKci or run appial.I
Lonoke, Ark., February 12. The
snow and sleet fell to about tbe depth
of six inches in this vicinity, and is
still on the ground in many places, on
the north side f housetops and north
porches, ibe maw put tbe roof on
tbe new court-houea to tbe test, and it
leaked in seveial places. England it
Co. bad trouble with their block bf
its linking day and night to a late
hour. A lit'ge force of men were em
ployed shoveling the snow off. A
great many sleighs were improvised
during the week, from the two boards
of little boys' style to the elecant gas
pipe runner cutter. All sorts of ap.
phances, from a couple of clapboards
to a one carnage, were nsed for tons.
and all sorts of business baa been car
ried on with the sleigh, many baulina
cotton, hay and wood to town on
them. One livery stable rigged one
for regular livery business. The bells
were lit ard in all directions day and
In one paiticu ar we have been for
tunate, that is no one bin been re
ported injured, and only one case of
distress during the cold spell. Of this
we are proud, as it indicates prudence
and thrift in our community.
Our new court-boune will scon be
completed, and for appearance will
compare favorably with any in the
State, and so far as I can judge, will
be well adapted t) the purposes for
which it was built.
The demon scandal bas been lickins
us venomous tongue lately, and
Ulsely I believe been alt. minting to
injure one of our beat youths, but
owing to his excellent standing and
anowu moiui worm, i will not give
bis name. J ime will prove bis iuno.
cense 1 am sure,
Cotton continues to come in. thousb
in small quantities, and the disap-
E ointment, oi tnoso wno have been
olding is very great Some few, too,
I 1 . i 1 : I '. f ' '
unvc luji, iiuavuy uii imurtiB.
The are occasional slight ripples on
the political horizon. Candidates are
settim? uneasy for the tima to Arrive
for declaring their willingness to offer
themeeives as a taritice upon the
altar of public spoils. There are two
candidates quietly but faithfully
urging their friends to press them for
the clerk's ofllce, which is about the
best office in the county. Many
others are trying to attract the political
needle of popular calls to them to
offer for other olllces. It is rumored.
top, that Judge vanghanwill resign
the office ol Circuit Judge, and feelers
have been tint ont for getting an ex
judge recommended to till the va
cancy when it occurs. The disposi
tion to Beek to be chosen to serve the
people seems to pervade the human
race in Arkamai. A vervgeneial and
decided feeling exists here to adopt
your "War Horse's" plan to ignore
politics for county offices and vote for
the ben men to be hal. and. if they
don t come out bring them out. This
may be a move to meet "The Wheel
ers." Howover, I cau't lay.
Id tho atotmch develop! an aciil which illnja
the upper part of the throat and palato,
oauiipf "heartburn." It alto erolvci a its
which produce! "wind on the itoniach,"
and a feeling and appearance of distenalon
in that organ aftor eatlni. For both thia
acidity and wolling Hoitetter'i Stomach
Bi .ton ll a much bettor remedy than alkalino
alt, liko hartshorn and earhonato of loda.
A wlnetfaiaful of the llittori, after or before
dinner, will be bound to aot ai a reliable
cartniuative or preventive. Thii fine ipeciflo
for dyaperiia, both in iti acute and ebronio
form, alio presents and cum malarial fe
ver, ronitipition, liver enmptaint, kidney
troubles, norvouxnen and dooilitr. Perioni
who obaerre in Ihemtelvei a decline ot vigor
ahould uf thia line tonio without dulay.
FOR TMP h
and NERVOUS HEADACHE
ivi.n whoK"!? k . ,hel1"DS'Fndly Am ,joi aftw ttin H. that Tohoau
IManoa, wncre It baa lonn bueu uaud aa a Vul- d -l.-d ami mrke,l rorir. pn.rnnie
nable remedy by tbe nativea. o KIm-usmi Nmrli. ni.i.K.m UuacoUrKbaa-
fl'CrWCkOXVKVB fc mr"Kind of Tonira with """ -Witnii UoULa, ii. 1., bi. Loom, Mo.
, lAhvt iii(trlienta v. kune ciir- f ' e Pwtit ToNOiijua in tnm eaeee of Hen-
atlre properties have been tlionmphly Ivurd 1 hr'M n pr!m pMwfarthm.
AVrvCvWwB ta taken hiU raally, and pro- B. Oeiaia. at. !.. Kairboir. n.
"V VJA,VWVt 1U' uo unpleasant fltirU. JT'" ."T"1 Tokoaijkb In Xenmlrla and Innua-
i contains no upium or Morphine. j.n.i-aok.m p. v.nwcou.nL
A a F)LlVeBBLi,iJ!LR-UOiliiTS- PRIfE 0E IK1LLAR PEIl BOTTLB.
. W.fclHER, Sole Propnrtor. 7QH anil 7 I I WASHlN.rroN AVKNIIK. T IXltrTS.
Bstes Doan & Co
7IioIesaIe Grocers and Cotton Factors
13 Union treat, ITempliIs. Tenn.
CflttoD Facts iiolesaKraceis
2U Front Street, Opp. Cnstom-llonse,
Cotton Seed Meats
Te will pay the Hlaheit Market Price la Caih for
, And are prepared to pat ont, on favorable termi, at (ini and on plantation!, the
UtlUIUJII COTTOX-SEED 1IIIXEKN.
Ana maice eontracti lor an ne
nrndnet. whurnhv Ilia tiuftavill k. 1.A An 4V.
For Termi and Particular!, addreaa
Pr.ATVTATlO IHTf.f.EK ('P.. la Wet Toiirf Ht Hfin h Id
KELLY, ROPER & REILLY,
Terrible Mining; Accident.
St. Lons, Mo., February 12. A
special from Joplin - to the ros-Dis
patch states a terrible mining accident
occurred at Webb Oity, Mo., last even
ing. Two miners in the employ of
Tajje A Co. had located a heavy charge
of eighteen (ticks of giant powder for
a iitial blatt, and wore a'aniping it
down, when the whole amount ex
ploded. The two men, Welch' and
Peters, were literally blown to pieres,
the largett fragments of their bodies
that were found being a foot and a
portion of a lower limb.
The Bjrapeptle'a Befoae,"
"I am thirty-five years old," writes
Mr. Charles H. Watts of West Somers,
Putnam county, N. Y., "and had suf
fered from dyspepsia for fifteen years.
The current treatment did me no good.
Listlessly, and without hope, I gave
Parker'a Tonic a trial. I can give tbe
result in three words il cured me." It
will cure yon."
Bonea Uarvvvrcd by the Seat.
New Orleans, La., February 12. A
dispatch from Biloxi, Mies., to the
Tinut.Dfinocml says : The exposure
of tbe remains of soldiers buried in tbe
sands ofcShip Island during the war,
caused the government some time ago
to send an ajrent to collect and remove
them to Chalmette cemetery. Recent
visitors to the island now report that
the lata storms have uncovered a
much larger quantity cf bonce than
was exposed before.
Grocers & Cotton Factors,
Jfo. 03 Itfaln Street. too Ttlook.
Wholesale Dealer and PnbllBhers,
Bole Agents for the following Flnt-Claii InitrnmenU
Stoinwav ni ESLxicTdo
PIANOS KBAS,CH AC?iG,Vf?L k- PBAS" co-
"AW MAM1I1W, 4 I.UIUH AWAHBM, CHI
vmjuijlmk VAUt tOTTAUIC OHUAM.
ar A NEW T-0CTAVE PIANO FOR 19o.-jw
Write for Catalognw. Hi on. aa.1 anil 2S5 NF.rkli NT.. MFMPHIK
160 to 174 Aduiua Street, Bleiuphlx, Tenn..
JJAVK ACCEPTED THE AGENCY FOR TUB CELEBRATED
Minufaotured at Indlanapolii, Ind., and are now prepared to furniih aame at prices whloh
cannot be equaled for aame qnaiity of work, Alio manufaeturert of
Cotton Presses, Horse Powers, Gin Gearing
AND EVERY VARIETY OF
Plantation Work, Including Overhauling & Repairing Engines AHacblaeri
ar ORDFRfl POMCTTlin.
Front St., cor. Court, Memplils, TTonn
JN0. 8. T00F.
. L. MoGOWAN,
J. a. ivioTians.
wwi i mi uuBimy m uuii
Wholesale Grocers, Cotton Factors.
And Dealer In L,evee anil ICallroad Snnpliea,
No. 274 Front Street -Memphis. TenraFno-
- JOHN E. HANDLE & CO., PKOPB'S,
98 Second St., Memphig, Tr-
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
neiiifi), IJailera, Kan-inlllH,
Brndlord Corn mid Wheat JIfllr,
Cotton I'rewn, Col I on Olu
fSbafltnir, i iiitM
MP1 IAL, sui'tt'tMr. r..rfrrd to fill order,
nn in, i, notice, for tb eelo r ued metlart 1'alrnt
Wronthi-neii I'nllej. We carry in atock over
Two Hundred Aaaorted f-i a.
rSnd fnr Outnloene anl Price-lift.
BillUEY LUMBER COMPANY
YELLOW PINE AN1) OAK LUMBER,
Doors, Saali nricl 331iiiclaa.
GEO. BAYMILLER. Apent, 124 Jefferson Street
On ind after thii date I (hall offer at prirale lale the entire atock of
No. 205 MAIN STREETT
Hardware, Cutlery, Mechanics' Tools,
Sawmill Supplies, Agricultural Implements,
GRASS and COTION ROPE, FENCE WIRE, Etc.
wTI ihall continue to ae'l from day lo dar at rery low ratei. Thoie reqnirina anything ia
tbn line for Uuildiua, Mechanical, Farming- or other puruocei, will have an onuortunl I ta
upply their wanta at ratea greatly to their adrantate. .
Memphis. Ffhriiarv 1. IBM) . W. I. HfeUOH'Ef.f.. Ivor.
J. W. SCHORR,
Sec'y and Tre&s.
HASUFACTURERS OF THE CELEBRATED
Filsener Beer in Eegs and Bottles.
Only Pure Chrjstal Well Water Used for Brewing Purposes.
S. W. Corner Butler and Tennesaee Stc.
s. p. uon URE.
Jfo. 297 Second Street, : STemphls, Tenn,
JOHN REID. H. B. Lke.
37G-378-380-382-384-38o Second street, south ot Gayoso.
Doors, Sash, Blinds. Flooring, Ceiling, Siding, Shingles,
Monldlna-, I.allm, Cedar Pnete and Pickela.
iUGGB ; FSTTE
GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS
And Commission Llerchants.
and 202 Front St.. MempliU. Tenr.
R. LCOCHRAN &Co
Bill tlm !
U i.i'iraaBj.fajeji?BjfeK B
AW AND PILSIHa-HItX, HITT'TIKD,
Boors, Sash, Blinds, Molding, Lumber,
liAtn ana ohlngles, Flooring, Ceiling and Cedar Posts.
MEMPHIS, . - TENNESSEE.
J. T. FAROASON. J. A. HUNT. C. C. HEIJI. R. A. PARKER. E. 1. W00DS0S
J. T. FAR6AS0N & CO.
Wholesale Grocers & Cotton Factors,
sea JFront Street, Ueznpku, Tenn.
Cotton conaigned to us will hare our careful attention. We carry at all times a well-
aeleeted atock o.
Staple fit Fancy Groceries, Wines, Liquors,Tcbacco& Cigara,
nrt will anil aa low a, the TtarM
COINLY LAND SIDE CUTTER PLOWS.
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, SEEDS & FERTILIZERS.
SLEDGE BR0&, of Como, Miss. F. M. A OKFLEET, Resident Partner.
ra a era era rsa r re a
W, F. TAYLOR & CO.
Cotton Factors & Commission Merch'te
No. 314 Front Street, Corner ot Monroe, Memphis, Tenn.
Liberal Adtaaen Made on roBalannenta.
MF0LE0N HILL, President.
His City nn & Gen 11ns. Co
DOES A KL 1'IRB AID NARINK BFBISEIWt.
A QUARTER OF A MILLION'DOLLARS FULL PAID CAPITAL
, FUR8TKNnKIM, WM. I. COIK. JAME3 RK1LLT
6. MANbriELP. ! . MlbKii.
Oflice 19 MatllBixu Street, Memphis, Tenn
No. 365 Front Street Memohigi Tennessee
DILLARD & COFFIN,
S& Cash AdTanoes to Merchants and Planters.
tl, D. GOOVER & CO.
LilfiF Yarfl and mil Mill.
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Mouldings, all kinds of' Door and
Window Frames, Brackets, ScrolMVork, Rongh and
Dressed Lumber, Shingles, Laths, Water Tanks.
All kinds ol Wood Work Executed at Short Notice.
Nos. 157 to 173 Washington St, Memphis, Tenn