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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL TUESDAY. FEIHtUAUY 10, ISSfl.
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Uurs Carried Away- Floods
la tl:e .uyqai h iLBji. '
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i i :it lli t.hrbor inailp a";ilhpr move
r-alar 'hv n uht :nJ 3 Imiy.v f"u-l 1 i f
pprl;.; riM'Vwul .iTrnhii' i,J uliow
Lltvalnr jut abuve Choutun avi
ii'ir. n:ti ;1 hiJpj ilosn t!;i Mi-ionri
t ennui, d aii.i rr-iu.i.eil .1! irg.
tin' t .t UAM H'l'ltrit'll ttV t L l! if I llitl 'M
whir). Uv r.iikinc in l),:Hly from
hboie ii plirre I . x t.'.o ci'lon win
pr: is o'.tli. n it way ilo'vtn, how
ever, i' r id t o wo and two wn l
bare hwhv Irnm tlmir uioi.rinus nri-r
Kiev.vor ', and, n'lfr piaving with
then awhile, lodged tiioin Huuinst (lie
banic i-t Crn ! fi-eel vritiiiiu.!mniie
At theloit i l.'utjtor M-vt-t lay tue
wwkir? r-:n,iiui r 1.1. Kckttrt, owm-il
by Carrol; A Tow i , infitcatu'e fltfimtH,
and ti"i'd I'V the Murine llnilerwritbra.
Thin tu h i.H fit ruck with t'emumliU
fun- nt umft bunk(i cf ice v.'tri?
pilril up u. aiiitil niivl roiled over her
Jn.wdi. 'J im prpfwur v.'br tjo rrvl
i r hrr pputs, which, had hcn liv'i
to ke'i hrr ( II' "-li'ire, p.rd ahe wim
pneiu'd pir'ly out cm the hank and hur
pl criiehoil in lor about eixly fott
It ia ;i(iiiirh?, however, th.V. she can
easily bo r pnirc l. I'm ther dvwn ti n
NvIUm fick wiirf rr'iwdi d on chore and
sh l', h"r npart, nd Borne other
suiiuar (l-i!uf!0 was done. Yestordy
niorniij, iiaiweoo 7 and 8 o'clock,
the Iouk lo.ilce.Vfar kumr1 b'otk
np took place, and hr.i; inn?eB ( f iro
biive been flowmK tlirni!(ili tlia harbor
all day, hnt tho dmii ite has bcrn re
Miuiti al ly riiihII, not :i ateHiimr i,( niy
rnl vuliie lining bo fr reported hnri.
1 he rr.e-it n-nuns injury was to t.'m
I.ulo Wiiitli, a tow-b. lit iyiiiK at the
foot of Barton htroct. Miti wiib rw pt
ont into the atromn, nud utter lieini;
tumbled ami whirled tViuiit u trond
dcai ehe whh hurled with pie4t f r o
a-Min"! the high periieudirulur hank
juiit below lliuarecnal, badly kiVered,
and ntink, nothing no rta.uining
slirivo the water t ti.'ept a pnit of her
slnrti and linr piljt hom-'ti. The IraiiH-
for hunt. L V. Ilogy, Iving near Chou-
"y.
Uiu kvhiik , hud her
Mtliisril wheel
emiiiheti. Itm 'inn.
Kuckt-r. a tow-
boat, win jrimimd ui on the bank.
The tram.(.r hott.1. .!. M. Mul'cn )iuh
a whrui-hntiBe stove in, and IomI her
ruddur. Hhti wiw tuken actow the
river. The lorryhnut A ndrcw Christie
lo t her rudder, a ul has nr.o aide r.f
her 'r woi'kh Homcwhat jimmed.
The Orny inn barjie lyini n.
Caiotideh'i, valued at I'lKKi, ' nnd
. liilcn wuh l',r)'.) tons of iimi ore,
hl Imr whole side ttne In
nd ebe ennk. Several 1 nrcrs belong
ing to tho Mii,a:8'i)pi Valley Jlarge
Cnpiry, mul lvmg at Uuiuiuut, a
few uiilesheluA- Ciuro, were ruriteil
amy Knd.iy nihl tine of them wan
'laden with bulk corn und the otr.cm
were empty. The (nwhoiit (iaklund
was fmnt from Cairo KatiirdHV to fol
low and recover them. Tbe MiMntiri
riviT 1 :w broken up as far we. t an tho
month i f the Omuje, and that ttresrn
and all the tinuihern tiibntiries thiH
side of there are running ont Ireoly,
' bttttheie are no signs r.f IreHhelH,
ud nnlecs heavy riilun full there will
be no fl hmI here, for a while at least.
In r.ildilion to tliedmr.Rcs Hue'Hineil
yehtirdiy morning and evening by the
abitming iu'eieotn at this point from
the brL up il the ice-gorgo it han
. jui t buen Irarned tbu' the government
fleet, - which was anchored behind
Carroll's lolatid, has been injured per
haps to a serlons extent. The lltt la
aueiteuive one, consisting of three
tcitmri, forty baigea nnd aUmt
tidily pii drivers, ami wa valued in
all at nbont tl'OO.IKH). Tho harbor
where it wai anchored was snpciuod
to be the s.ifmt in tbia port of the
river, but the gret force of the float
ing ice caanrid all tho boats to break
Imiu their ninoritus nnd Ibat down
ihc river. Mni. IlrnCHt of the Corns
of Civil R igiiii-i rt Htatea tha', be hue
received rtinitcl."fl frcrn ChoHler, ill.,
to theefTi r.t II. ui seven of the hnrgod
Lave beeu reentered at thut point, all
in goad condition. Two of the steaiu
era wore under full prffmiire of iiteam
when the ilrfot hioke awny, and he
thinks that they will sustain no i.'um
se of s Merinos nil urn. The lin'eel
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nuiu iii-wLinr, nowever, iiku neon
allowed to gj out, as it w:is llionght
that the dauber hud un,'eil.
Hhe may be serioii'ly injured bef jre
nvovcrud. No viitimale nf the t ilil
damnge nan he made, its only a few of
the Ml.!e number nf venule havu
been beard from. No Bctions ilaiiione
in thin 1 f'l ir has resulted iu additioa
to tlm', inflicted yesterday. The Gen
eral "Jiltuore, one of tho Bt(amer, has
(rone ngrnund at the foot of Carroll's
Island wiu nix barges. The Uilmore
is a Maiinih craft, and it iu thotight
ho will iwaiK) with hut slight dam
age. Theft a.ner A.A. llurtipbreys is
e'ui iifjiuiiiK down the river without,
a yet, having been injured. Two of
tlm pile-drivers have lieen canght at
Twin Ilollowj, nniujured, ant a
roect'.iiig 8t amt-r succeeded in mooting
two more of the. escaped' hres at
tChi'sley 1 iVn-l n eond condition.
Tte rioeui, in tui .t(neliiniia.
ItAiiuhi no, Pa, February IS.
The flood caused by the break up in
the Hnrquehanna tma about subsided.
To-day, iu conw-nteure of a break up
in the welt brancli and iu the small
Btreams it io e several feet a'l.ivo the
flgtires t which it hud fHl'en hi t
nipl.l alwr the gorges had piven way.
A innvani i i tne lower sections of the
city b!hi f grent arnnnnt cd damage,
estimated at l.om J'l.ttOO to f 3 0.iO,
and lu'ln n'moit entirely ou the poorer
class of po K The ri'ne was so sud
den thai ihey cou'd not remove their
furniture i mn the tirtt to a higher
floor. The lVnnmlvama Steelworks
and a'l tint portion of .).e town ly
ing along ihf railroad wn in four feet
of water, and tho damage tliere i3 ali o
frrn-.t. M Middletowu so sluing ww
Lie current i-ber tii ro-i" iive whv
tiist a coaiinel a ty i.t-t wide wn'j
washed th nugh opo r.l the !ig
is-'an ts. iiui people t.iere were iu
pi-eat ilaiuj-r, but lun'ceeded in remiv
ing all Cieir g oda. The highest tig-,
ere readied here wai 21 J leit. three
i;u;t tower Hian in .-i; , when the
ytft. fl ).).l occurred. Alotn; the rail
n Is we-1 keveral wnxka occurred on
account of latoi-Ldes, but no peroa
aa fr as a-ie.uined wai injured. All
trains were tin, rung regnlariy to-dny
, and no fur h- ..,M ;H anticipated.
I'liroary l.j The
area i (..ix,,v (i.D.led bv the over
Sjw ci Mo y i:,(,,k is coristiioilv in
creaoine. 1 ne vr ui riHn over a
Toot n:ric s. lrhiv-.u-id thromdi mme
fttrettp ('ji
ir't!il ruches at the rM
-iti hour. Two &o,r.,iiH
i'v iii now nndet wati-r
ff ten m
itiltro of th
Xro?-u '.wo to
! t leet. J !in h. etion
'' f Ming m s!
i ;vi r-d ii r- ti
j.o i ia I" ) irit-t
hill )i !,!, e-.tt;:
i, Not::m;ii,l ill
'.rffet Oli til
: i '.' 'l.e
1 O'tul'l'.!
t ieH:,
!-l)a no, (
i id tl o 1 o
.ve
il iU
ir.l IVviJorcj til', c ! on thn D0;t
went. The chum of the Hood ii tbe
(mruting of the coniioea oi IS tiny
brook neir No, folk Hill. From that
roi'-t tbe floDd Lisateadi J progressed
ti.ardtbe center ol meat proper.
It lias naseed Arnold street, tbe ol
Hnxhnrv boundary, nd t a reached
Narthamoton atrett. Tbe cellars and,
in some iustsnce. the tint lloirl of
of ma-ly 1(X0 houeee. are flooded. In
low sections the hr uaes are almost en
tirely submerged. Over 1500 families
nr more or leas ulTecled, and coa
tounervative eetiniato of tbe loss to
Kinl.lintrs and e'ojka is fofP.OOO. Tbe
tcni'ory drained by hlony Biook cod
i'Ust-s many square miles fl Jamaica
Main and Ruxbury, and.the snow and
-u f ice water on tbia stctioa must all
l "deled to thell.oJ. Atone point
' "H,,r
Franklin Par there is a let of
:f v a -ires covered with water three
t-et deep, all of which must flow
0 IT through Stony ttrosk. Tbe
! msyi.r, police commissioners and other
I city uliicials are at work ettibliching
I .Irjxils of supplies and arranging lor
the relief ol tbe sufferers. A large
I u-rt of the inhabitints of the flooled
I district are still living in tbe op per
I M ines of their booses waiting for tbe
II o l to subside. I here have been
in a iy narrow escapes from drowning,
t .incense throngs of people bare vis-
id.l the flooded district tday, aod
trio itreets la that vicinity have been
tilai k with humanity since early this
morning.
The total damage in Mawachuffelti
cam ot now be estimated, but will
rt-'o U t kait Sl.OW.OOO.
The flood reports continue to show
Herious disasters to bridges, l ail roads
Mini buildings in various paiti of Mew
Kngiand. but no lues of life la re-
At 1 o'clock this monlng tonr ot
Die flooded district at the Highlands
H.iriwed that the water bad receded
t welve inches since 0 o'clock p.m. yes
terday. The damage to propel ty here
in roughly estimated al 10D,000. At
Newtoa upper falls I38.CO0 worth of
machinery and finished work was
II toiled, with great loss. At Maiden
the Hood has abated eight inches and
Outlier damage is not feared. Tbe
' H!r Is flowing over Bpot pond at the
rate of 600.000 gallons a niinuU. Tbe
t ital loss here approaches loO.OOO.
At Brockton tue Hoods are subsiding.
There are five or more washouts on tbe
Od Colony isilrcad within the city
Mini's. Temporary bridges are going
up and gnna a-e being tilled. Ho fur
Iher damage is fearid, and families
have returned to their homes. At
Maiiflftldthe railroad bridge is down
nnd tne Campalla railtoad Is rr ported
wHiilied away. Several other bridges
t'o down. The Bhattuck dam broke
yesterday, letting the contents of the
m!ll-pond down upon Wanen'a mill
bridge, sweeping it away. The coudi
lion of affairs st 8iuambetty, six miles
trout jNortn Middleboro,ia the worst
in that part of the Btate. The Neria
and Uridgewater rivers unite, form
iug the Taunton river, which drains
twenty square miles. This is a roaring
torrent, and its ovei flow in some places
ia a mile wide, lne iron-works settle
meut is submerged, and the smaller
buildings are (bating,
At. Taunton ths total damage to the
midge, factories ami residences ap
proaihos $150,000. From Providnnce
it in reported that the loss to mills at
t ic nova is $20,000; at the Turkey Red
lye-Worksat Bellefonte, $50,000, and
at Atlantic mills fW.tHlO.
Dainnae at AlbHpjr
Aibany, N. Y., February 15. The
breaking up ot the ice in the Mohawk
xnd above Troy in the lludion has
dmnmed the water here, and that
portion of the city below Broadway
ih entirely submerged. The Delaware
and Hudson Canal Company tracks
wore six feet under water, and tern
pnrary bridges weie built. The tracks
ot the West Shoro Hallway are also
out of Bight. Every one is on the alert
ti-night for the breaking of tbe gorge
at Troy. If this should happon the
Ihod at this point will assume violent
ptoportlons.
Floods In t'anada.
Tohonto, February 15. The Don
river began to rise rapidly yesterday
e'lurtioon. The ice crashed into the
King street biidgn, and for a time it
was feared the bridge would be ear
ned away, and that there would be a
repetition of the disastrous floods cf
September, 1H78. The ice waa blown
up lint night w.th gunpowder. Cel
lars were flooded and a few boat:
hmifoH destroyed, but no further dam
age m expected.
Floods la the II ad ton.
Tkoy, N. Y., Febrnary 15. Much
damage is apparent from the flood in
the Hudson at this point. In spite of
th.i mild weather and rain oJ the past
few days it win expected that the ice
would go out with nothing more
Until at) ordinary freshet, hut the
water is above the high-water mark of
lH7ti. The lower part cf the city ia
inundated. Several horses have been
d owned in their stables, and the
water is four or five feet deep where
it was not expected at all. The flood
is .sulisiding, and it ia believed the
w omt is past.
Flood in New Jeraejr.
VoiiT Jirvis, N. Y., Febrnary 15.
Nf ilea i f land in Orange county, and
extending intD Sussex county, N. J.,
ate. inundated by the oveillow of the
Walk ill. Reads are impassable.
Thousands of ties to b need in the
construction of the old Sooth Moun
tain i all road have been washed away,
several mill-darus have been destroyed
bv the floods..
SPOUTING NEWS.
New Orleans Race.
Nkw Ori.ians.Ca., February 15 The
lCxpoc.ition races were well attended
y'hHidy. The weather wm plcaunt.
Frst Ract. For be aton horses, with
p-'nahii.s and allowances, one mile.
Won by Anna Woodcock by Uiree
lengths; Brilliant second, Josh Bil
1:m third, leading Shamrock. Time
-l:rtJ.
Sisond Jvo. All ages, . one and
one-eighth miles. Won by Fleur De
Lia by a length; Bliszard second, Iii
I.etnU tecond, beating llotbox, Fletch
Tavlor and Eflie II. Time-2:05.
Viinf Race. Selling race, three
lti,i:t is of a mile. Baton Ilouge won
,y ii head ; Violin second, Diamond
third, heating Centennial, Bob Lock
w .l and Julia M. Time 1 :21.
Fviirih Raff. Handicap, half mile.
Wi n liv Mattie Corbitt: Malvollo sec-oti-t,
l'lue Bird third. Tiuae-0:5U.
Vndlaeated Food
li tl rtomachdaraloM aaaoid which tint
the u..r part of tha throat and patata,
r.,n,r t '''heartburn." Italto avolrai a iu
wtn.-h iroducai "wind on tha itomaeh."
aiol h tullng and aipaaranoa of diitaniioa
In ihit orian afUr atini. For both tail
t. i,.:iy and iwellinc lloitottor'a SUmaoh
lo i. rt i,- a xuota batter remedy than alkallna
Ksi;., hV hnrti-horn and earbonite oftoda.
V i n.'' .fful ol the llitlere, alter or before
'...i.-r. will be bound to act at a reliable
mi, i, .'iTiorpreTentire. Thit tneriwoiUe
i..'- .v-ieisia, both in lt eute and chronic
!. r. ... s o preienta and curee malarial le-
', . '.-ticition, liTor complaint, kidney
! i nervounnenand debilit.J. Pernoni
. Ii.. . rve in Ihemtelvei a decline ot vigor
: iK.uld uia thiifine toaio without delay.
ORDERED FORA DOLLAR
A BRUTALCRISE ATI'IXK HU FF,
AKK.
Cowboy Outrages la Colorado and
New Moil, o A lavage Lyachlog
Shot Ills Brother.
. IsrsoiAL to ths arriAL.I
Tisa Bi.cff. Abk., Febrnary 15.
Pa'urday night the vicinity cf He
boken. a hamlet adjoining this cor
poration. waa the scene of a horrible
murder. Stony Vince, a white man.
enfeebled by disease and see, at 10
o'clock waa stricken down and killed
instantly by a blow on the h ad with
a green hickory club weighing eight
pounds, in the hands of a negro
named George Gray. Vince bad been
trading at a store, and waa on hia way
home with bis wallet, ascompanied
by his tittle son, aged thirteen years.
He had not proceeded far, as tbe little
boy testified before tbe jury 61 In
quest, when Gray emerged from I
bush and ee'nd nis lather
and demanded his money. Ilia father
made some little demonstration ol re
sistance, when Gray felled btm with
nia club with tbe above reenit. lie
then "went through" hia pockets and
took tome p'eoea ol silver and starched
the little fel'ow's pockts, tro. Vince
had told the fortune of Gray's wife
that evening, for which she laid lMm
$1, which cxaapeiated Gray, and it is
alleged that it wa lor the recovery of
thai dollar that Gray assaaltad Vince.
simply -to disablo him, and
not lo kill btm, or mat vince
had "tricked" her, and he sought
this revenge for it. Public aectiment
ainoog the whites, and blacks aa well.
does not so construe tne deed, and
regard it as a cold, crnel, fiendish mur
der br money, and it is with difficulty
that mob violence Is restrained. The
mmdered man left three little orphan
children, who have been forwardod to
Mormon, Ark., Irons wbicb place
Vince recently came. Giay is iu close
custody.
ladleled for tviro-Morder.
Omaha. Nib, February 14. The
tiand jury yestetday found a rue bill
againbt John W. Launr, sx-superin-
tender.! of the Omaha Nail-Works, for
murder in the first degree for killing
his wile. Tbe prisoner cat been un
der bonds or in jail since the morning
cf the shooting, November 2d. The
tragedy, for which Laver now stands
indicted, created great excitement.
The prisoner and bis wile occupied a
tonra on the irat floor and hia Bister
on the second floor of ths residence
t No. 2019 Douglass sttett. About
8:30 o'clock on the morning of No
vember 1st Lauer aroused hia sister
and the neighbors by an alarm, de
claring he had shut his wifd, mis
taking her for a burglar. Mrs. Lauer
was lound lying dead across the thresh
old of their 101m with a bullet in her
brain. Lauer a version of the tiagedy
was at first accepted, but the recollec
tion ol trouhle wttb bis wile. a year
previous and evidence of it, together
with circumstantial evidence of tbe
shooting, led to his being held for
trial. Strong threats were made of
lynching, and Laner provided himself
wttb a body guard cf nail-works em
ployes, lie was not molested, how
ever, but to prevent liny violence wni
at once placed in Jail atter the prelim'
iuary examination.
Cowboy Outrntfea.
Chicago. III.. February 15. A ppe
cial dispatch published here this
morning says that great excitement
exists among the people on and about
the cattle range of the Kansai and
New mm lean Cattle Company in
Northwestern New Mexico and South
western Colorado, because of the kill-
and wounding of Mexican sheep herd
ers by cowboys in the employ of the
cattle company. Gov. ltoaa has re
ceived reports, backed by aflidavits,
detailing the outrages committed by
the cowboys, and has offered rewards
for the perpetrators. Juan Auguntin
Jaquex, a prominent Mexican cf Rio
Arriba county, H. Al.. makes atlidavlt
that he was one of a posse eommoned
by Constable Martinn to aid in the
execution ei a writ lesuea Dy a juevee
of the peace for tho arrest of several
cowboys who bad wounded two sheep
herders.
A Havaco Lynching;.
Dbnvbr, Ool.. February 15. A Red
Cliff (Col. special to tha Republican
gives particulars of a lavage lynching
there last night It appears two
miners, Perry and Mika Gleason, en
gaged Friday in a dispute over the
aymeut ol $5 Perry owed Glesson.
Vith little provocation and no warn
ing Perry drew a revolver and shot
Gleason tbiough (be heart. Perry
was jailed. At 11 o'clock this evening
mob of 200 miners came to town.
overpowered the she rill and hang the
murderer irom a railroal water-tank.
ferry's only request "as to be allowed
to climb up a ladder and jump off.
This waa lefused. A lope was quickly
thrown over his head, and he waa
drawn np and strangled. His last
breath wai spent cursing the mob.
Shot Ilia Brother.
St. Louis. Mo.. February 15. A
special from ChatUnooga, Tenn., to
the Pol-X)ipalca says: "Two broth
era named respectively Jefferson and
Sam Ellia became engaged in a quar
rel yesterday over a trivial matter.
and Jefferson, in the heat ot paosi n,
drew a pistol and shot hia brother
through the heart, killing him in
stantly.
The Wlndaor Outrage-
WiNDsoB. III.. February 15. Miss
Georgia Aldridge, who so narrowly es
caped being hung by aa unknown
rutlinn Friday night, regained con
sciousness to-day. but her statements
throw no new light upon the mystery.
A neighbor's wife, who heard Misa
Aldridge'a cry of alarm Friday night,
has become crazed by excitement, and
her chances ot recovery are now al
most as precarious as those of Misa
Aldridge.
Harder, al Ilia Father.
Sam Fbancisco, Gal., February 15.
During a quarrel over some property
this evening Timothy Whelan, aged
twentv-eeven, struck hia father, aged
sixty four, over the bead with an ax,
crushing in bis skull and killing him.
Timothy then stabbed himself in tbe
breast and throat with a penknife. It
is believed that the murderer will not
survive. There has been bad blood
between the father and son for soma
time. The son was only recently re
leased from State prison, where he
wai confined, it ia stated, for horse
stealing. Forreat CI ty. Ark.
looaiaapoHDiKCi o Til ArrsAL.I
Fokkrst Crry, Ark., February 13.
Tho colored people of this city and
vicinity to-day organized a cemetery
company, of which tho Rev. James
M. Conner is president. Tho ceme
tery is to bo known as the Forrcwt City
IJnivcnul Grave-Yard. No one cau
bo buried iu it until ti is paid.
SirOLEOX DILL, President.
II. J.
iiilMjie&MM
BOtS A (JEXEBAL FIBS ABO AARI3K BCHIHESS.
A QUARTER OF A MILLION'DOLLARS FULL PAID CAPITAL
DZHBOTORBi
WM. I. COLE, JAMES R SILLY,
1. K. MYKKfi, W.
. .FURflTENHETM,
S. MANonELD,
Office 19 3f AfllMftii Street, Memphis, Tenn
I. n. COOVER & CO.
T 1 TT 1 1 Til
Liner i;mi ana naou m
MANUFACTURERS OF
Lioors, SattU. niintlis irioalulnKS, all klada of Ioor and
WIatt Frame, JlraikcU, 8croIlVork, Itongb and
Drewted IiDiuber, Sliliigles Iatlia, Water Tauaka.
All klnda of Wood Work Execated at Short Notice.
Nos. 157 to 173 Washington St. MeuiDliis. Tenn.
W, F, TAYLOR &
Cotton Factors & Commission fJIerch'ts,
No. 3U Front Street, Corner ot Monroe, Seraphls, Tenn.
Liberal Adfaiicea Hade Coatalarnmenta.
DILLARD a:-COFFIN.
COTTON FACTORS,
Memphis, Tenn.
VST CiihIi Advance to Merchant and Planters.
iBINKLEY LUMBER COMPANY
YELLOW PINE AND OAK LUMBEB,
Doom, 19 o anli and 3311sxdan
GEO. BAYMILtER. Apont, 124 Jefferson Street
8LEDEBK0S.,of Como.MlBS.
COTTON
No. 385 Front Street
BRINLY LAND SIDE CUTTER FLOWS.
It
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, ScEDS & FERTILIZERS.
R.G.CRMG&CO.,37
LiTnoreFoniTfriMacieCo
'7 160 to 171 Adanis Street, Memphis, Tennu.
pTAVB ACCEPTED THS AGENCY FOR
Manufactured at Iadlanapolla.Ind., and are
can a oi oe eqaaiea lot nine quality
n
otton Presses, llorso
AND EVERY
Plantation Work, Including Overhauling A Repairing Engines & Machlaen
mm
J. T. FAROASON. J. A. HUNT. 0. a HEIN. R. A. PARKER.
J. T. FARGASDN &
Wiiolcsalo Grocers & Cotton Factors!
' S39 Front Street, Memphis, Tenn.
Cotton Oontignai ta aa will hare our aarefui a t tan lion . We oarry at all timee a well-
aeleotod atoek o.
Staple & Fancy Groceries, Wines, Llquors,Tob&cso & Cigars,
nd will all aa Low aa tttr iMWtmt.
rLM. BOYD & SONS,
COTTON FACTORS,
SG4 Front St., cor. Conrt, Memphis, Tenn
SUGrGS 3
T7nOLESAXE
GROGERS, COTTON FACTORS
And Commission Llerohants,
SGO nnd 80S Front St.. Memphis, Tvnx .
. T. N. WILKEUSOX, TIce-PmldeBl
LY55, Cashier.
JOHN WAQUE,
. M1UUL,
Ill
F. M. MORt'LEET, Rosldent Partner.
FACTORS,
Memohis1 TeimwM,
1 1 1.
- 390mon, Memphis
THE CELEBRATES
now prepared to furnish tame atprieei whioh
or work, Alio manufacturer! ol
Powers, Gin Gearing
VARIETY OF
GO.
Chickasaw Ironworks
JOHN E. RA5DLE & CO PRO PR'S,
98 Second Stn Memphia, Ten
F(I)UNDERS & MACKIX1STS,
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IB
UKines, Hollers, SawmUlM,
Bradford Corn and Wheat 91111?,
Cotton Frew, Cotton Ulna,
Shafting, Pulleys, ic.
NPl.CIAL RoriCR-We are prepared to All ordera.
on ... . notiee, for the celebrated McMlart Patent
Wronali..i. Pnlleiy. .We oarry in itook over
Two Hundred Anaorted biaca.
aarfwnd for Oatnlorne and PHoe-H.t.
WOODSON
FETTIT
E. L.
00,
How numv terrible aches one's poor "Bead
gKhlTniArin. :U .cauTby the.
headaches. Belief may be had irom Aerroua,
Nenalglc or fclek Headache try the nee of
tNAVvM Which ii not a cure-all, but
VVMAMAVl which la a cure ft Nervous
.
Eradache, Neural (rt a. Rheumatism, Sciatica
and Ootit. No proprietary medicine ha ever
obtained such stiooff. endorsement Horn ue
medical profession. ,
FOR BALK BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
A. A. MELLIFR, 8Je Propnotar. 7
RLCOCHRAN&Co
h h-f. Jr$rZmv,- r;:j i.--af', rr C
AW AHS rJLAJIHS-nilX, VATT'TABB,
Doors, Sash. Blinds. Holding, Lumber,
Lath and Shingles, Flooring, Celling and Cedar Fosta,
glEIlPIIIQ; - - TENNESSEE.
Estes9 Boan & Ob.
Wholesale Grocers and Cotton Factors
18 Union trtt TTIempliia- Tenn.
Cotton SeedMeate!
Vf will pay th Uigheat Market Price ia Cash for
DECORTICATED COTTON SEED,
And are prepared to put out, on farorabla terma, at tint and ou plantation!, th
III UU 131 COTTOX-SEED IIUELEltS,
And make eon traoti for all the product, whereby the hullawlll be left on the plaatattea.
For Terma and Particular!, addreaa
PLAWTATIOKi HTJLTJBU CO 18 Weat Court SI, Hferaphlai
IS. WITZMAHMs Co
Wholesale Dealer and Publisher,
Bole Acenta (or th lollowlnt Firtt-Clati Instrumental
PIANOS KBAHICH
aarA NEW 7-OCTAVE PIANO FOR Slo.-wa
Writ inr OBtlrm. lVM.a3t:t nnd 22.1 NFCOlVn ST..
JOnN REID. . .R. E. LEK.
H. 153. XjiIESISi cfis OO-n
376-37880-382-38i-38 fcecond street, south oi Gayoso.
Doors, Sash, Blinds. Flooring, Ceiling, Siding, Shingles,
juuuiuiuffi n.iii., veu.r rmia auu ricaeil.
JOSEPH SUQAILMAN.
294 Front Street.
W. T.BOWDRE.
COTTON
FADEB
on Factors wliolesale Grocers
No. 207 Second Street, . : UTenipbis, Tenn,
JNO. B.T00F.
B. L. MoOOWAN.
TOOF. nil & GO
Wholesale Grocers, Cotton Factors,
And Dealers In Levee
No. 274 Fravnt Rtvoavt ...
KELLY, ROPER & REILLY
WHOLESALE
Grocers & Cotton Factors,
& UTo. 808 Mli MrU Oayoso niock
W. 8CH0RE,
President)
P. 8AUSSEXTHALER,
Yke-PreeldeBtj
1 ennesseelrewmgCo
HJaHllr ACTVKKaM OV TBI CELEBRATED
Filsener Beer in Kegs and Bottles.
Oaly Pur Cbrjatat Well Water, Used for Biawlng Pnrposaa.
S. W. Corner Dntler and Tennessee Ste
MEMPHIS, TEWS.
Receiver's Sale.
0
On and after thia date I ihall offer at priTake aala the entiraateok of
D5 tjjl 30. dl imLoir
No. 205 MAIN STREET,
CONSISTED 01
Hardware, Cutlery, Itlcchanics' Tools,
Sawmill Supplies, Agricultural Implements,
GRASS and COTTON ROPE, FENCE WIRE, Etc.
Ii shall continue to aell from day to day
tbia line for Buildim . Mechanical. Jarmint
aur
ppiy meir wanu at rate rreauy to Ueir
MsMPBia, February 1, 18b.
I "F tho hvWlnHa aebee tod patae el naww
t,t!SjWS
I luauso, a ia almMt a specuic."
I Pass Bjtchix. M P 81 Paul Una.
I "I7t nird Tottaauxx la ernee of Neanlcte
Hl.chs ith mix. In almua tmrf iuuim
1 In atriMla rtfanHlui C.ma tat i in raw i i nfi 11
O. D. iOETOH. at. D.. OaaiMiiad, Ohio.
I" ToiWAUim h alpBadydooe food rarrioe m tera
a uinui ii.i.
I Tbzo. Hxuiawk, M D . Bt Tbomaa Ma.
PRICE ONE DOIXAK PKn BOTTLB.
and Tl I WABH1TVUTOW AVFl'W HT 1HTia
, aJ,' - t. V
ACSl.eAwB,VLS:? - ,EAS" W-
irrF.nfpsfi
HENRY FRANK.
JOSEPH FADER.
,FRANK&C
Opp. Cnstom-IIonHe.
S. P. ROWDRE.
PACTOES,
MoTIQHB.
, S. PATI&S0N
and Railroad Supplies,
TVTATTfnTija, Tbtittb"'
C KOEHLER,
See'jAnd Tres.-
1
at rery low ratea. Tbe
or other puraoaea. will haV. Tan
adrantaae. ,, . , v,
S. I. SlcDOWEI.I. ui
- v.-va,ra
J. 8. MoTIQHB. W.
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