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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL SATURDAY FEJUtUAliY 27, 1SSG.
IIS JMKEOM LETTER.
ixaratM otib the srsici.
PAL ELECTION'.
..'rpecti or 1 Bother llrd The
Icomalle FnalBfrrV Ball
rerun! Smlion.
Icunniii''i " TH1 "SaL.J
Joss mo, Amc , February 2t$.-Onr
tilo ushbor tn, UnBerson, in
ciis caniT, rn U.e Tfxaa and St.
xmis railroad, lini a small fire UkI
ridty o iiiDg. lr. L.T. M Daniel,
'ho ha been doing jrenersl niercan
l bnsinsfls at tl a, place lor some
me pat. lost hi store-house, w.ti
rtre col tit to. I-oaa oi hnildiiiu,
503; 01 stock, sbout iC(K). Tbrre
'as $3 0 insurance on bu 1 Jinr in the
Ulonu agency at thta p ace; no in
l ranee on i tuck.
We are having nice snnnjHike
eat her now, and our people are niak
iff x'Aii-ivo preparations far firming
nd garreuinit-
Onr municipal election occurs ne
re Tufsdsy in April, and already
iveral oi onr townsmen have au
oaBCfd tbf mselvea aa beins willing
isactiflca tbeir time and ability for
te sake oi the dear people, in the
tpaclty cf Mayor. Capu La. J.
are, (o merly if Wittibnra;. aod at
e time Mayor ol that town, bu
sen ta led upon by bia friends hare
become a candidate fr Mayor,
an'ttay yet whether he will run or
Qu'tss DBmbar of our eocuty peo-
otteBded the annual ball given at
ine Bluff on the 22d instant, by the
sonjotivo engineers. - loey jits
owlr import nf the entertainment,
boot 160 couplet, la all, were In at
nrJanca, The sapper wai (imply as
egant ai eon Id be, the best of order
Tailed, and everything was flrtt
a. Among those wbo attended
am this place 1 mention Meadames
a II tubes, W. J. Uagbea, Ida Mo
id: Jovb D son and (Jliff Harris,
id Misses Mamie McCaU, Jennie
ick, Bertie Bavs, Carrie Dixon and
annis Bl eeengolne ; and Messrs.
'1111am Kenward, J. A. Htone, Dr.
, Bug.H, J. B. Young, Bert
igme and others. Dm log the
eninra handsome Bill waa pre
nted by the ladies cf Pine Bind to
ivialon No. SIS B.L. ., Mayor King
hit making the presentation speech
hie nsnsl baopy style. Kxaminer
ike lit thy 1 tbiai place waa ca'l.d
ton to respond, and althangh bia el
rt was entirely i itemro aneons he
ads sbrilliattsnd effective reply,
liin foith the admiration of the en
's assembly and showing himself
th scholtTly sad versatile. .
There Is some excitement here now'
oul the prot a4) 1 tr of Jonesboro se
.Ving another road, the Great East
n, th-. Is now being bult through
noitsi western portion of the State
IttxlitTrd that if liberal induce
entt arecffdied the road will surely
me this way. Tt is will be a bonanas
out little city and place her certain
'far ahead of any rival town In this
rrot t ie State.
At th last fall term of our Circuit
mrt Mr. V. A. Maywood, Dr. J. R
attach and A. L Malone were ap
inted Commissioners of Accounts
r Ois'i(hfad contitf, and this week
y have been going over the ac
nntri if the equity offioers and, so
they flod that the county's
taneee have been generally well
waged. OarCourt-HoueeOommis-mere
are arout to have trouble over
e cnn't l 0 ise contract It seems
at Ps I lir Bros, of Little Kock put
bid for eitont 1100.) less than tbe
i of Mr. C ark, the gentleman to
lom the contract was awarded, hot
e commissioners btlisving Mr,
ark to be UiOre responsible con
ic tor gave toe contract to him. Pet
er B oi now come np and institute
it for the contract. I presume, bow
er, this will not retard the building
the house, aa it is probable the
mmienionera will give bond and let
r. Clark gi oa wittt the bnilding.
The lion. J. T. Dowel, l.tj post
later oi this pl"oi, bot now of Mln
-n, is kers ody shaking bands
th his many f. tends. .
Mn. J. M. Simmons and children of
medlars on a visit here to rela
s od friends.
Oar lgl fiend, tbe Hon. T. P.
;U .vero, now has a Rimirigton
pe writer in his crlioe, aud is as
ondol itai a young mother is ol
r first born. This U the first type
Iter ever b'oigtit to Jonesboro, end
makes ns fuel ai if we wire getting
"beqiheciiy-like. a. l. u.m
""' UKf LILLET
iMortinl I a, are m FrafMeer
klataf llaeres far Waahlng.
Mli.lrrnll7,
!'hllH'lphia Enquirtr: It is an his
leal fa ; tl a'. Washington was in
il) IphlaiolTOO, as President of
1 Uf'tud f-tat-e, when be gave 160
3 to liberty IJal! Academyfe
,rl Waahlngton College, wMhing
i and Lee University andf jr neat
ninety years the institution has re-
, vd aa annnal dividend of 13000
oo bia gl.'t This is the only seat
: learnnig in existence which re
ived Washington's personal aid and
roursg-ment, and it is being rapid
devoiuped so ss to real j is to tbe
jntryatl the practical bene6ts of
abington's p'a.i (or a gret univer-
y. The drep iaterrat he mamftufed
the nulveraity while in our cite
ikes it peculiarly appropriate that
i peifp.e of Peons) Witnia shonld
Bnc ttie name of tbe S'a'e pet-
lnen'1 with this venerable seat
learning, end ws would earnostlv
mftllithy prompt action of in".
r)aciiis-n8triliai be done in
inrfnv n-x1, the 22 1 instant, the an
cersar of WaHhmgton'a hi.tht'av,
sending, oUririuiions t f ti'6, t5u
d ant h oier kiiitikm they niv oie-
tlejK.D Lil7,N ,.30H Wal
t Btret,l a c ot Mr. H. H Houatcn.
n ttu.ila d conlribntions, aver
"g 60 Itch, would n ate a snm
JVicil tiauiply endow a Penns;l
uia p eioisbip if mlntrlo.y in
niuvrffiiy. this wonld connect
ii'svrierif fur f-iiie with toe nni-
'uiU t I timAtilrAno an.l
u. . v - " - ' ' , OTUU WlTUHl
ve u Imppy flVc in prpetnatiDg
wtr a iwinniDin( sections
onr t eon e i nonuiry.
I4l.ul.aa KlacLaawlc.
; itws, rroruary at mere la a
Jiiirr'a' ani apuareity e'l
ihii i: t (i tepoita'. MnLich tl at
in He Kiog Ludwig of Bavaris,
iwigiigof o'ltaining relief toext-i-
i lira f mm bi fit acial d ffi mitiee,
t flaallf decidud to emer icti a
' rgaoittie caarriegowithan American
,y, th willow i f s mannfiicturer,
I o is rei.ivi1 1 ) he no th flOO.OOOi
j i. ThH aly, Mrs. Krsm-e K elt,
h wh re it mm that of ti e Kiig ha
iy btin-ui! d by society go sips
Moou'li a ured ar correepouO
th' tht- ha I Lo cfttoire ti immnre
ill in ll.yijeiipcb wa x n to please
' ali, not even tnr Kirg. King
tW'g v itifiies'OOev ry obt na'e.
tiiis f -rm-i 1 rel'ised oi teriusthat.
aul bo miaandt'utjod to apiid
even for one year work on the eight
castles which be is now building, aod
which, when complMed, will co a.
I'lit 4 0 O tHO or 6U,(JUU,UUU maraa
Council) ir Klog, who went to Berlin
to aeenre the aid cf large) financial
i ooeee. has returned. Hia mission is
believed to tave bvsn a failure and be
will probably resign. A high c urt
cfficial is eutfeity for tbe statement
that the King does not dream of mar
rare, and diedaine t J replenish bia
or tr-rs by a mn imorjal alliance or
any aimilar artillo-.
DK. JAWKS E. KI.VU
Hast Kaw tlltt IU tb. Kamn.f the
I-arllra In Thl. Trasrdy.
I!ii1Ta1o Newt: !.. James E Kirg
was l l ing mime f his early experi
ences in theS iuth 'ait evening to some
newspaper men. "Ka-ly io tbe (idles,"
he Bhi t, ' I was in Memphis, lenn ,
wl en a fiht took pUce between a
banker aud a speculator, wLo bad
been bidfling ajaniBt each other at the
slave 1 1 rck for a bcaitKul tltve girl
drM'ingly white and lovely as a
drum, yet a negroes and tie dangliter
ofapanterwho had did intestntj
and bankrupt. She waa about silt ten
years of age, and might have ttxxlas
a model for toe Greek Slave. Her
mit tress t-ii d to esve her, but her
means gave out, sad she was crying
because, though th3 girl was her hus
band's illegiumata child, she was Ler
companion and friend While she
was crying trie row arose Dec ween
tbe two bidders. One bad a
bowie-knife and tbe other a
small hatchet, which be had picked
up. Tbe way tbey cut and slashed
was something aaful. The banker
bad tbe knife, and be cat tbe face of
bis antagooltt irom the forehead to
the neck, ripping out hia left eye,
while bis opponent s natcnet de
scended upon his own brain, and be
wai laid out. This over, tbe crowd
allowed the boiiee to lie where they
fell, end turned back to the sale. A
St Louis man took np the biddirg
from where tbe widow left it, and
raised fccrtoOO. He was understood
to be tbe agent of a rich personage
wbo had seen tbe gill and given or
ders to bavs her secure J at any price.
Her mistrets aspealed ti her friends
in vain for money, when s Mississippi
tUimer captain, who had known her
husband, came aloDg and asked her
what was trie troubli. Hearing the
cause cf bar distress, he bid (3000 for
the girl, and, pulling a pistol half a
yard loog, dared tbe St. Louis man to
bid ag do on petil of having his brain
pan emptied. Tbe other at once
wilted, and the mir tress wai msde in
tensely bappy by the recovery of tbe
girl. The incident has gone into many
a play," continued the doctor, "but
it's aa true as goepel."
THE WAGE-WORKERS
PliTfBDgo, Pa., February 20 Ths
coke di a avers at tbe Morgan fmndry
and Summit works, who struck yes
terday for an advance of 5 cents per
ton f jr drawing small ovens, rtturned
to work this morning, tbe operators
having conceded the increase. Sev
eral works are idle because cf local
grievances, but as steps are being
taken to settle all the matters at pres
ent in dispot, a general resumption
is expected in a few days. The oper
a'ors have dt elded to release all the
Hungarians now under arrest for riot,
except the ringleaders.
The HeCarnalck Mlrlkara.
Chicaoo, February 20. Fifty or
slxtv men, former employes of the
MiCo m ck Reaper Works, met this
morning at their he alquarters, oppo
site the factory, t ) discuss the situa
tion. They were surprised to ses
Foreman Ward, accompanied by two
polioemen, to whom he pointed out
Siiuon Brickmeyer, alleged t be one
of tbe men who stopped Ward yes
terday. The man was placed under
arrest. The ex-employes attempted
no rescue. A warrant is out for an
other 1 1 the men who interfered with
Ward. The via't cf the Committee of
Fit een to McCormiik yesterday after
noon was not productive of results.
ButUoot the committee were em
ployes of the factory, all the rest being
cuuidem. They i laiiued, however, to
represent nine tenths of the men. The
commit t: e mad another demand for
the discharge i f the non-union mold
ers. 1 hat ended the coi.f -renci. Mr.
MoOmmick ajn'n declared that he
wonlj listen to no such proposition.
A committee conisting if twelve ot
the ex employes called on Mr. Mo
Cnrmick at 11 o'd ck a m. to-day and
ta d they wanted to take the matter
out if the hands of the Knights of
Libor and settle the trouble them
selves. Mr. McOormick announced this
sftirnoon that as a result of his con
ference wth a committee of his lata
workmen that the lockout is at an
end, and that the works will be started
up again in a few days.
I he committee stated that about
1000 of the men desired to go to work
regardless of any action that might be
taken by the Knights of Labor. The
workahave been closed dswn since
the 10 h because the men demanded
the discharge of three or four non
union men.
aaadalla for BtBeamatlaaa.
Messrs. H. Peck & Son of Street-
boio O , write us, June 5, 11-82: "Why
do you not adveitis R isadalis for
lonamrra'ory KbeuniitumT It is do
ing wonders here in curing the die-
esse. Veil, we do advertise it to
core Rhenmntiem as any one can see
bv rending otir circulars. It is a splen
did 11 tod medicine, and it reaches the
very roc t and si at ol dieease by wing
conveyed through the blo-d. Drug
gists, leading physicians and citizens
ot the highest standing unite in com
mendation of Roead ilia.
The Itrondwajr Franchise.
Nsw York, Ke&tuarv 20 Public in-
t en st in the Boday invett Ration
seems to be on tde wano. The room
was only half iu I this mornins when
the commit!' e aai caled to order.
thailes F. Towusend, a professioi al
acciuo' a if, was exanined in regard
1 1 the books of tbe Seventh avenue
rad, but nothing sensational or new
was developed. Piesidurt JKjRhay
was the next witness, ai d cxplrtasai
the co itrac between tbe Seventh ave
nue and Broadway road and the Phil
ade'phm syndicate for the purchase of
li,000 rh.rs of the road. Herman B.
Barke. Davinir ii-IUr n( h ltm.H..
Bans, was n x examined in regard to
Sharp's a couut with that bank.
Tia Always Pierrrra.
When thy once become acquainted
wiii it, iajn invariably preter Par
kei ii Hair Balsam to any similar prep
aration. ltmkes the hair soft and
alowy, airesm its lulling t ff, promotes
new gn.wtb, restores the or.ginal I olor,
and has no uval as a diewmg. Not a
dye, not oily, highly peiiumed. Only
Oc at drutit. 7
Chabl t ,n's vlftyers" lower
a.Ui.ej. t .n those of any other le, m.
Her htgt,M.Klli,r,pj mtn t ,
per rn 1 1 ., tie bwtfct 05 -the latter
the lowtat adAry in the legue.
MISSISSIPPI LEGISLATIIE.
THE LOCAL OITIOII BILL PASSES
THE HOUSE.
DhrcBsioa or the Levee Bill Contin
ued la the Keaafe Ko ten
elusion Reach td.
tarsciAL to tbb ArrsAL.1
Jacks in, Mia., February 10
S nute Tbe dcosnion jf the levee
bill waa coalinued durinu tbe evening
sersion but not concluded. The
amendment providing sn additional
tx on railroads and a privilrge tax on
xorese, sleeping-car and telegiapb
compiuies. s'ons, taoine, etc, U
gtther with the tuOaiitule therefor,
wre d Seated.
The nri' Cul t on the bill ensued on
tie projosil'ju to amend by Mr.
0o, t sir ike ont the coit m t:X and
to increase the ad valorem tax. This
a nendment was adopted by olc ma
jority. A substitute offered for tie whole
sut jct was rt far red to a specie 1 com
mittee oi live, witn luairaciiona to pre
tax a bill excluding the cotton tax.
Bills introduced aid referred :
Bv Mr. Dil ard: Providing fjr the
relief of oersons from forfeitures In
curred under section 689 of tbe rode.
Br Mr. Pckwoxl: To amend the
charter of Brookhaven relative to
Drooerty not taxed : also to amend tbe
charter f O yta.
Bv Mr. BrenDam: jo incorporate
the Mississippi aod Louisiana Bringe
aid Riilroad Company of Hatches,
Miss. , ,
By Mr. Walker: To amend the law
re 1 Uve to the appointment of consti
tutions', officers.
By Mr. Love: To va'Idate the as
sessment of property heretofore made
io this S ate.
By Mr. Hem'lton of Holmes, in re
lation to free public schools.
Bills passed: A bill, introduced this
morning by Mr. Boyd, allowing own
ers uf lands coLtiguons to existing
strck law districts of Tippah, Un'oj
aad Benton to become included there
in; to authors) tae supervisors of
Franklin to transfer certain funds; in
relation t nurseries.
Adjourned till 7:30 o'clock p.m.
HOD SI.
Tbe House continued tbe disensaion
of the local opt oa bill daring the ses
sion last night and mo t of this morn
ing's session, sad f er sundry amend
ments it was passed by a tote of 71
yiai to 34 nays.
The Senate bill amending the char
ter of Brook ha von passed.
Ad j turned till 2:30 o'clock p.m.
Tbe Hon. Stephen Thrasher, Senator
elect from the Twenty-eighth District,
vice the Hon. J. D. Vertner, deceased,
presented his credeLtals aod was
aworn in and took hia seat in the Sen
ate to-day.
PIKK BLUFF, ARK.
The 'alarel People's AgrrleaHwral
Iadaalrlal Asaoelalloa rr
aaaal aiaftla.
IcoaataposDwcB or tbb arrsAL.1
Pins Bldpf, Ak, February 2
Miss Lita U umber of Memphis is vis
iting friends here, aad is the guest cf
J. M.Taylor.
Considering the lttsness of the sea
son, for the past few days the receipts
of cotton have been large.
Aftsr aeveial davs of beautiful aad
genial weather, cold, heavy rains have
set in, retarding farming o erations.
C. . Presby, charged with the
murder ot F. W. Brigtiam, full par
ticulars ol which tragedy appeared in
the Afpbal, was released on bail by
tbe County Judge in the snm of $3000.
The colored people of this county
have organised a State Agricultural
and Iodustr al Association, aud will
have a grand State fair here next fill.
The crpital stock is 15000 paid in.
This movement would seem to indi
cate that tbe Southern negro is a lilt e
more progressive than Northern papers
say he Is. Southern white genlemen
are giving the enterprise eubttaatial
encouragement.
Messrs. J. M. and J. O. Gibson have
recently been appolttd for this sec
tion attorneys for the Texas and St.
Louis railway. Though comparatively
young men tbey are accurate and able
a levers, a id f ieir integrity of c arao-
ter commands the respect of ell. It
was a complimeLt due tbeir tilenti.
The grand old APPfAL.in her stately
new habiliment', is the admiration of
her many friend in Arkansas. As in
thern't, may the ArrsAL live many
yc ars to wield her battle ax in defense
ol tho cardiral principles of the Dem
ocratic party and the rights of tbe
people.
Edison the ladlaaa Telephaae
JDectalaa.
Cincinnati, O., February 26. Mr.
EJison, the well known invent r,
spent a day here on bis way to Florida
with bis bride, iooneoi nis many
callers he spoke of tbe recent tele
phone decision in Indiana, raying:
"If that doctrine ie to be followed, the
Patent OlBce might aj well be shut
np, as inventors will cot produce pat
ents if they cannot be backed by cap
ital. Such doctrine is fatal tJ patents
and progress. It has proved io in
England, where Parliament not only
fixed the rates, but provided for the
purchase of electric light plants by
municipalises at their value without
any consideration of the good will.
The cons qnence is that the develop
ment of tldctiis light in England has
baen stopped. It won d be hoptles
to attempt to raise capital f r an in
vention if the Leg'elntnre fixes ths
compensation for the use cf the pat
ent. I understand a pAtei.t right to
be a compact bitveeu the whole peo
ple of the United Mites aad the in
ventor thit if be will produce some
thing new and nst ( il they will give
bim a monopoly if it for seventeen
years, and then that they are to have
it for all time. I believe the Indiana
law will bo pronounced nncowt'tu
tional by tbe Supreme Court cf the
United S a'e."
eon's lmnlola af Para Liver
vll, Milk atypoBhaBBhltea,
h RrmmriabU m a Flfk Wair.
The increase of (Jeh and etiength
is perceptible immediately after com
mencing to use the Emulsion. The
Cod Liver Oil emulsifidd with the Hy
pophosphites is most remarkable for
us healing, strengthening, aad flesh
ptoducing qoalitiea.
Bfyaterlaas llaBBaraB Kx
plala.a. St. Lins, Mo., February 25 A
special from Chester, 111., to the Post
Dispaich states tl a-. Phillip Pvle, a
well-known cit'itn ot Buena Vista,
bu been myitflously misaing from
hshomn. An inquiry devtl p d the
tact thrt be base. ojed with a young
lady of that city for parts nnkLoa-n.
He leaves a wife std three children.
lalkllle .
rakPABB fob rujoD.
Foundation, cellar walls snd build
rgs subject to overflow should be con
structed with Louisville Cement. It is
ths standard.
CAN BK CURED WITHOUT THE USE OP OPIUM OK 'MORPHINE!
The MMiral Prl'f, publlabed at 8t Lotila, aaya
tn tb June, IhM. iwue : ' Unaf bve beouue
Virtuua to die ue of opium ir DinrpbiQe, from
the Le uf tiitme drum lurlh relii-l of Neural
ff. It la imllfyiUK lo ubnerva Uiut wh dun
porous omuequMMM ony be avtrtl ty ilic
uaeof Tonuaunb, hli li In almobt a jucUit:
la toe acute form of Neuralgia."
TOE BALK BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
A. A
SflFtt.lFP. Bnta Vmmvtar. T(rl
EBTAriiHrrED 1004.
Itemberg &
(SVCCKMnORH TO BTKBWBERO at LIE)
WHOZ1ESAX1B
TOBACCO, CIGARS & PIPES.
33fi Front St., Cor. Union. Memphis. Tenn.
CLARENDON
(CENTRALLY '.LOCATED),
Madison Street, Kear Cotton Exchange and Theater
w
ates. 32
BOWLES & LEAKE, PR0PRIKT0RS
DILLARD
COTTON
Memphis. Tenn.
I6T Tnah AdTSHiceai in
w pi 9
SHT Snd
MOTES
le-WUl pay Good Prices for MOTES, OVi FALLS and
TllASIIY COITO of all descriptions, fiend for Circular
and Prices Paid. -
3NT. -W"- SPEERS, Jr.
75 Vance Street, Memuhlg. Tenn.
A. YAGOAHO &.o
WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS,
I& OS. 818 AND 280 FRONT STREET. MEMPHIS'.
ALABAMA SPLINT COAL!
PATTON MINES.
Ordrrs far Ikla Coal, la large er .mall quantities, filled by
I. M, rATXJSllStiar CO., 190 Jefferson st.
Otrira or JOIIS MANOrtUK. Mbwpsis, Tssb., Fehraary 16, 188.
I bave (hit nay arU witb
THE LITEBHOKB FOIJXIMY afc MACHINE COMPANY
for lbs fib of tit tntlre s'ork nf Wrourht Iron. Not., Wahin and Hoayf Hardware, th.
. i m ... i l . I .jj f tmt m Kii.lnN.a In thia tt-. I dASirfl tO f
torn Ihmki to my lr ndi and eoatomer,
twenty y.ara.land alio to a-ar, them that tbe buiiotM win oe vurnea oior w
and r,no,ible p,rti,a whom 1 he known Intima eiy for many years. I can afoly aaaora
my frie-d and omiomora tbat their ordr. nndr th new naaassment. will bar. the beat
ears aud attention, and I aak lor your continued patronage. JOHN MAHUUL1S.
Rferrinc o abovs rery IMUrlns Bo'ioe. we Uke pleaaare l annonaplnr tha fojlowlna or-aarl-atiou
and manaaement for thii additional Department the lame, to Uke effect March
1, lat:
A. S. tlTiaSORE, Prealdeat.
The Livermore Foundry & Machine Co.
m al 1 T
9tH an,l 92H Ksoand
Dealers In BAR. Bl" 4HD HOOP I ROW. Boiler. Flrebed and Bieet Iron.Nots,
, Waahen, KlTOta. Naila, Heavy Uariware and
Wroodhl or C;-t Ironwork. M.rhin.ry. Heavy Hardware and Railway boppliei. Xonr
ertl r aH'oitnd. nd w pm''l. n "" trntlow. ...a
LARGEST BREWERY IN AMERICA.
Jos, Schlitz Brewing Gompanv,
irnunnia 1)1? I VDIT AflMud Battlla Werk,l A 10 Val.
MEjII 11 IS ISllAAlLIM poaad leha),eor.siala an.'io
' S. ROESCH1.R. Agent, Memnhla, Tenn.
. 0
Sales la IMS, SSS.wO narrrls laa af Maaaabls Braaeb, 100,00) Krk-
A. l
COTTON
204 Froot St.. rr.
SJatrla.
Wholesale Grocer", Cotton JTctor
And Commission merchants,
232 and 234 Front St, rJempliis, Tens,
nrrWEKis adabh ass jRprtuaHOBi.
... . B ..ran aa-ite hia whole time to the wtltVnr aad ,a e of all Cotton sntrarted
tit. V . KAIHKT whole War.OM, w-nio,toB ,ut.
Vmti TormliD la a eaa of Jtmmitft al n m U
ru MiMlui. wtudi hd rald aU Titiii-nt.
ItiM was mx BuwtlJB naw and U- palwat Uaa aa
)uf ad patlact Ifabdoni tr.n ttvw otnupUlav"
K U. Uovu, M. I, (mouttum. Ma
"Bai fi-wn Trmtlium a fair trial In Kaoraliria.
To aw m psuanl'a uwa expiw-um, l- mwlw
cioa loc Uiat dlaaaae." J.F.lUKUt..
I cxmaiW TnnirallM th baat prapaHJja fear
NaaraWui 1 bara rrr u iM "
U V. Uuval, U. Piunlla. Ho.
PRICE ONK DOLLAR PER ROTTLE.
aod 111 W AHH INGTuTC AVLNUE. ST. LOUIS.
& COFFIN,
FACTORS,
Werrbunta snd ll!ifra.
Son.
HOTEL
Chickasaw Ironworks
JOHN E. HANDLE k CO., TROPE'S,
98 Second St. Memphis, Tor"
FOUNDERS & MACHINISTS,
MANUFACTURERS AND DKALIRS 15
nsinca. Boilers, MawmllLs,
Dradlord Corn and Wheat Mill",
Cotton Pre, Cotton 11 tun,
Shaning, Pnlleya, JrK'.
SPECIAL Jf orl W arapraparsd to 611 ordr.
r... nn .,.. Boties, for th. ! raud aaedara Paiaat
iVa wraaiajni. - rami, ns carry m noea orar
'!fJW Tat Hnnilr.il Aaaort.d Mti a.
for Oatalnyn. and PHcn-Hr-t.
T
for Iheir liberal. pa'ronaao ourios a period of
H. A. TAT W, See'y aad Trcaa.
Kirtwt. IfeniDlllSa Tenn
FACTORS,
Court. Memplilw. Tenn
raaa. ejiark.
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11 J i ill 111 J
AND TRUST
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BOARD OX
NA'OLEON mil.
LOUIS UANUtK,
6. H. BMMiKS.
itTl.D DW ll L Vt IT aVTtfl
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CO
MICIUEL 0AVIS,
TUOMAS PlY' E,
T. H. MILPURN,
Rill. OliLKMaN.
JAMES 8 ROBINSON,
WM. &1IZBNBKBOEH.
W DfpoaiU raoelrei In an ma of 91 and
rWe'bay and 'l looal Inyestment Bonds aad SecnriUes reneraJly, pay Uxet, act at .
trnataei, and, In teoeral, axecute any financial buiineis requirins a aaf and reaponitbla
- leans drafts, In inm to nlt pnrcha'era, on all parts of Barope. ....
arWi have a eommodioni Vault for ths depoait oi yaluables, which Is at tha semes Sf '
onr enaiomera, a-rww ai i.aaiii,
D. P. HIDDEN, PresidVat. EWD. ttOLDSMITU, Tlre-PrealdeBt
JkMTA WATHAN. rlilfr.
NAPOLEON HILL, President. W. N. W1LKERS0N, Vice-Presldei I
H. J. LYNN, UsMei.
Iffimiiilri!.- Kit? Wpr A W m h
mum it niu mil i liiu u uuuiiuu
a J
DOES A OENERAL FIRE
A QUARTER OF A MILLION
H. FDBflTENHHTM, WM. I. COLE,
8. MAN6K1ELD. D. K.
Office 19 Wfaill won Street. Ttf emplilw. Tenn
HILL, FONTAINE & GO.
Cotton Factors and Wholesale Grocers
SOG-SOS Front St., Memphl, Tenn.
HILL, FONTAINE & 60.
Cotton Factors, Commission Herchants,
TSTo. 11CS Noiitli Main St.. Hi. Lonls
ANDREW STEWART, Nsw Orleans.
STEWART. GWYrJrJE fit CO.,
Wholesale6roceis,Cot.Factors
SO. 856 AJKH 858 FKONT STREET, MEMPHIS, TENX
ARD '
STEY7ART BROTHERS & COUPAHY
COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
KFW OUTLAWS. f4msiw.
D.T. PORTEB.
i at
aLa aaffrata U tfin"-'"" .1
Saccegsors to F DETER, TAYLOR b C0M
Cotton Factors
AK
WMOX.I2SAIiE QBOC3SRS,
wo. nrt pwnwr CTPVTT. , , MVT?TTrTa. TTg-Wff
W.B.Galbreath4Co
Cotton FactorSo
Liberal AdTances Made on Coiulgnmenta,
11 UNION KTREaST. WEMPHTB, TEJTK
AX. W.
ALSTON, WELL & 00,
And Commission MersJ',vC'irB Oats, Bran, Chop Feed, Oil-MeaJ,
Llm , Cement, K ja-ilMIng and Fire Brick, Etc
Cor. Front anfl TTnlon, 1 Howard's How. MemplilB.
GAYOSO
MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE.
srThs Hoass kaa Perfcet YentUatioa and Natural Lltht, Steam heating, Bleotrto Bella,
and two ei Hale's Klarators. All atiet-ari iu Main atreet smtranee.
SATKA S3.M ta arr day, aeeordina to lias and eleratlon af mu. Bpeolal
rate, te CommerelM TraTelera. Abn.daat sbppIt f PURI CIBTKRS ASP WKLLWATBK
ARFJII8TEAD& LUNDEE,
Cotton Factors & Commission Mercliants
RemoTW. to Front St.. Cor. Fnlon, Memphis, Twin.
L. D MULL1N8. el UU J. R. Godwin A Co. JAS. Y0N0K. late of J. W. CaldwaU A 0o
MULLINS & YONGE,
Cotton Factors & Com mission uerchanb
No. 1 Howard's Row, Cor. Front and Union, HemphAs.
X iS k - H aai
wmm i m
- . if 4 - " ,f fi a) BjJ
IIS
COMPANY.
TRTIHTBEB.
J. O. HAIfTJWEH KKIW
DAVID P. MADUEN,
JAMES A. OVBKRO,
KWD. GOLDSMITH,
apoard, and latereat aliened on sans 6enl-
I UUl-
AMD afARISB BCMINESM.
DOLLARS FULL PAID CAPITAL
JAMES KE1LLT, J0ITN J.0AQUS, .
MYKIUj, W. D. BKIUSLL.
I ANDREW D. Q WYNNE. Memphis
. W. MACRAE.
OBOWEU,
H. II. HAITBT.

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