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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL TUESDAY, MAKCII 2, 188G.
TBI BIAMOND-BiCK TEBRlPIS
AND THE BULL FROG.
Xi Indiitrlons lathor BcceiTM
rr Reward H4me Darand
jaeaaaaroioixca o T irrui.l
Washington, February 28. The
tcrrr.jnc and tlie halHrog Lava a very
important bearing noon the food
Qtii'siion, and tDe epicureamof Wash
iDKtMi find no daintier dish at the
rln be and tirst-cl rettaarants here.
The iuiraenee trarlts in terrapins is a
fact not Reuerally known to the pub
lie. ltie llietapeake Day ana its
tribu ariee produce every ytar $1,600,
000 worth ( f diamond-bar terrapins.
The price will average f 2 60 apiece.
The yield thus amounts to about 000,
000 terrapins. The business aflords
employment to over 600 men, and
terrapin "1 rtna" have been established
n both sides of the bay, from its
month to the head, and are particu
larly abnndant in rivers and UMi
One dealer in Baltimore saya hia aales
irooont to 100,000 a year, and that
he ceald easily increase his trade to
$MX, 00 if terrapins conld be found to
snpply the demand. Terrapins sell in
Washington for $2 50 to $1'0 apiece,
according to ana, and the restaurateur
is obliged to give his orders in the
markets here weeks ahead. A terra
pin perved by John Chamberlain's
$6000 a-ytar cook is about as near per
fection, in the way of an epicurean
ff ait, as can be reached.
Ia the firtt warm days of spring the
bnllliet quit the mud-holes where
they have slept during the winter and
eonpregitte ia still ponds and muddy
places along streams of a at nr. At thia
Min the female deposits her spawn
and the young frog enters bis (udpolo
exixtonee, and usually remains in this
etaie for two years. Before the fore
logs Lave appcired the hind legs are
only half an inch in length and the
tadpole meaanres five inches from the
tin of the nnse to the end of the lull.
Tiib ball frogs are either shot or
caught with a hook baited with a red
or bright piece of flannel or an art I -eial
insect. The traffic in frogs' legs is
arausilng vait proportions in large
citie. They are presented for sale in
Pkia lelpbia game market! arranged
in downs one dczan pairs being ira-
Esled on a stick. The length of the
esd end body of a full-grown bull
frog is from six to ten inches, and of
. the hind legs from eight to twelve
inches. An authority says that they
rea"h even twenty-one inches in the
South. The prlcas range in this lati
tude flaw II 60 to ti per dozen.
- Mkea Anna Katharine Qreen is one
'of the moat prolific American writers.
Bhe has written seven books, and their
total sales have been over 200,000
coplej. One would think that she
matt hare made a great deal of money
out of her lltsrary productions. How
ever, a great many were bonnd in
papttr covers, and she got but 2 cents a
copy for thm. Such good work in
any other biauch of business would
have brontbt handsome returns, but
if Mr. Gardner G. Hubbard may be
' believed, an author has na right to
aspects any returns at all. Mr. Hub
bard says that when an author gives
their theughts to the world, "they be
come the property of the world. . It
wnold thns seem to be-wlsest ta keen
ene'a thoughts to himself a hint Mr.
Hulkird would do well to act upon.
Mma. Durand-Ureville, who has
been in this country fur some time
. lecturing, raya Bha loves the United
Ntatea, and that her attention was first
at'iacted to this country by the aaaitt-
ance she rendered her father in trans
latiag the history of the United Htatea.
;.' tihe speaks Kngliah with perfect eaae
and is a born lingalst. When only
thirteen years of age she passed a suc
cessful examination in Ureek and
Latin and four modern languages.
Bha has contracted with Tickner A
Co. ef Boston for the publication of
Mr. Tarsney of Michigan has intro
duced ia the House of Kepresentatives
bill No. 6203, to regulate the transpor
tation of liva stock, which ha will
press fe a jasage at the earlitst pos
sible day. Its provisions, npon their
face, anneals to evervlinlv hn a.i.
meat, as well as to those who are ani
mated by humane sentiment. The
preamble ehows the evil which this
bill seks to correct. It says that as
"repnrls at comraittee-j of the House
of Runreaentatives have efctablished
the font that live stock transported in
railioidcars are to crowded, sUrved
and maltreated a to cause immense
loss by death and shrinkage, and thus
largely increase the price of meat food
and put on the market diseased aod
unwholesome meat in thia country,
and to largely curtail the foreign de
mand for this class of our product, as
there is great favoritism shown to
some shippers of liva stock and injus
tice and oppression shown ti others,
1 through an 'association of eveners,'
and as humane, sanitary and commer
, cial interests demand a correction of
these evils," the interests of the con
' sumer and of the publio geneially
would be conserved by the govern-
ment stepping in and enforcing a
proper attention to the taws of Tiv
gioneaad humanity. The bill then
' goes on and in eleven sections pro-
rides for Die proper regulation of such
0Jthe many handsomely dressed
ladies assisting at Mrs. Orliele'a re
ception on Wednesday, no one was
more elegantly and artistically dressed
than the wife of Representative Dunn
of Arkansas, in low nek and short
sleeve, pointed waist, white brocaded
satin, court train, with pettiroU of
white brocaded velvet hravily threaded
Willi geM, the entire front outlined
with exquisite ottrich tips, '.in alip
reis and twenty-button tlovei em.
. broirdired with gold, with diamond
ornaments, presented a tout e nee id hie
of perfect edect. Mrs. Dunn ia gret.t'y
admired for her beautv and vivacity,
and this cbarming cottame anheuid
her social prestige as one of the most
beautifully dressed women in Wash
I hi ard a goid stofy about a Treas
ury clerk the o'her day which seems
to bo worth telling. An able young
man, who is an expert in h? rurti u
lar line of duty, aud whose fine per
sonal appearance has won fjr him aa
erjvUMi reputation in the ,'cjmrt
mont, took a trip up Into Delaware a
week cr so ago and there met an amia
ble widow wi'h eome property, who
' was in search of a bunband. The
widow was t-tnck with hia tnafily pro
portion", and instead of sdmiii gihat
j was a Treasury eJerk, he f eurued
to bi a newly appointed ufflc Jl iu uue
V.jii, Waautm Territories Vho was
only wtif.g ti arrarge, his 1 md be-
I r i .?, i-feciHe to his pott V iuty
The runk and position thavje V :lm "
co.ui!ctely captured the wJ A. "J
position and influence which be did
not possess, and tboea who are in the
aecrct are very much amused at the
complication of affairs. He has finally
concluded toabandon the widow huLt,
and caused a pertonsl to be inserted
in one of the papers 'o the effect thst
the Hon. Mr. . having arranged
as to hia bond, has left for his post in
The new Spanish Minister to, Wash
ing'oo, Sen or Murnaga, was partly
educated at Otorgetewn College, this
city, while his father was secretary of
the Spanish Legation here many years
ago. His wife, who was a Russian
Udy, died while he wji Minister in
Mexico. He has no children.
Mifs Lyda Bull has been appointed
m atanngrapher to Attorney-General
Garland, (she is a niece of his da
The entertainment recent'y given
for the bent lit of the Newsboy's Aid
Society realised the handeome sum
of $320. It is proiosed to build
a home for these poor boys
simalar to those in other large
cities, and the project is meeting with
much encouragement at tbe bands of
the charitably disposed people of
The charity ball this year will fake
place on March 1st. aud will virtuallv
end the social season, as Lent begins
on tbe 10th. The afTa'r is entirely
under the charge of the lady managers
of the Childrens' Hospital- This de
serving cnarity receives its greatest
support each year from the proceeds
of the sale of charity ball t ckets. Tbe
leaders ol Wash neton socletr are
greatly Interested In tbe good work,
and every year thouranr'i of poor chil-
uren are nursea ana cared lor by will
ing hands. The hoepitsi has an effi
cient corps of teachers, who are in
daily attendance. It ia the moit pop
ular charity of the city, and is not
allowed to suffer for lack of funds.
Mr. Tom Sherman, Mr. Blaine's
former secretary, told me yeeterday
that the second volume of Mr. Blaine's
book would be issued in about two
weeks. The oft defeated Presidential
candidate is now in Augusta hard at
work with his stnosrauhers. and I
slso hear that he is laying his wires
When Pick Thompson of Indiana
was made Secretary of the Navr aoiue
one called on Mrs. Thompson and con
gratulated heron her husband's eleva
tion to thit office. Mrs. Thompson
was rather incredulous, and said to
her visitor: "Why. Dick ain't fit to h
Secretary of the Navr : he can't even
I called at the State Department
yesterduy and learned tliut Nunnet
C is has sailed away from the Golden
Horn. This is not to be wondered at.
however; 1 have known Mr. Cox for
fifteen years and I know he would
never sail away a horn not, at least,
so long as he could pour It out with
out emptying the contents on the
Mrs. Cooper of Sliolbvville. Tenn .
is visiting the family of Dr. A. M.
Moore. United Slates Navr. at lfi2t
fifteenth street noithweet. She la
tbe wile of Lx-Congressman Edward
uooper, wdo was the private secre
tary and confidential friend of Prml.
dent Johnson in thettormy impeach
ment period, and who was als.i a' ting
AaaleUnt Secretary of the Treasury
under him. rx.
THE "COTTO.VSEEU TOOL.
BILLS PASSED THE H01SE AM)
The "fig; Law" Indeflnllely Post
poned-DecMou by the Su
JOHJf V. I.EWIN't M4 IIETIE A MT.
Every Desirable Still Weal of I be
MlMlsalpitl Coatrolled by
the Nyal Irate.
St. Louih, Mo., March 1. Sonic two
or more yours ago J. V. IhwIh, an x
teimivo iniinufiU'tiircr of cotton-Hccd
oil of Cincinnati, ()., conceived the
idea of forming a pool intended to
control the price of tho commodity,
and hod since that time been quietly
but cealoualy at work with several
other lurgo inaiiufiietureni to put Into
execution hie plan. It is now Hiatal
tlmt bin efl'ortH have siiccmhImI, ami
that there has been formed a corpora
tion known aa the Cotton Oil TriMt
Company, which controls every desir
able mill went of tho Misaifwiiipi river
and tK) per cent, of the milk of the
entire country. The capital Block of
tho company is placed at 120,000,000,
of w hich about $12,000,000 ban been
iHNiied to the mills bought by the pool.
The plan of the procedure is as fol
lows: If the officers of tho company
decido that a certain factory should
no Biuiject to pool control, the owner
ia approached and invited to sell hia
jiroiH'ilv. If it is unincumbered and
m (food working order, he is given
certificates to the amount of throe
times the value of his mill. For less
valuable property leas ia paid. If the
mill thus bought can Ik) operated with
a profit, the Trust Company places in
it a suHriutendent of its own and
takes imHKCH8ion of the property.
From that time on the mill Is run as
tho best interests of the company dic
tate, tho output being regulated by
tho current price ol eotton-eeed pro
ducts. Instead of encountering oppo
sition from the mill owners, the jsml
has been besieged by applications for
admission to the syndicate, and it now
finds itself almost completely master
of the situation.
Has Tsieoa Frly Tear.
R S. Day of Wstsonvllle, Santa
Cms county, Cal., writes February 3,
18S5: "When mr wife was seventy
three years old she was troubled with
a very bad cough, and it looked as if
aha would die with consumption. She
would not call in a doctor, but com
menced taking Brandreth's Pills, two
and three every night. Ia three
weeks she was completely cured, and
her health is now very good, aud I am
sure the pills have prolonged her life
as well as my own, for 1 have used
them forty years, and am now eighty
four years o'd. They have been my
piie s'loweu ner preierenco
While the clerk would
mike an a liauca with one wi
fl'x'd in worldly goods
widow rtfirred to, tie is to
t .-edbv the fact that hec
VI is to
"Hamlet' la Frearh.
Paris, March 1. The petforuiance
of the French version of Hamlet Satur
day night was witnessed by many dis
t nguiebed persons. The critics and
the general public speak rather unfa
vow ly of the work. The great cut in
terest waa centered in Mme. Bern
hardt, whose "Ophelia" was decided
ly original, especially in the n ad
tcene. bhe was loudly applauded
throughout the peiformance. Gamier
wao "Unequal to the pait of "Hamlet."
Ltiguet us the "J host," Noel as "I'c
loin us" and Delorme as the "Queen,"
aie highly praised.
William J. Coughlin of Somervi'le,
Mas.,iavs: In the fall of 187(5 1 was
t.kcn with bleeding of lungs, fjl
lowed by a severe cough. I 1c t my
appetite and llosh, and was c nuned
ti my bed. In ls77 I waa admitted to
the I'ospi a'. The doctors (aid I had
a h' I" in my lung as bu as a half dol
lar. At one lime a report went arcun.l
ti a" I a dead. I gave up hope, but
a t, ler.d If Id me of Dr. William Hall's
BiUitn for the Lungs. I got a bottle,
when, to my surprise. I commenced
to fwl better, and to-day I feel better
than f r three years past.
IsramtLTo thi arrtAL.I
Jackson, Mis., March 1. &'.
Bill passed: To amend the charter
of the Natchez, Jackson and Colum
bus Hailrond Company; to prevent
swine and piats from running at large
in Desoto county ; to amend tho Mis
sissippi and Tennessee railroad char
ter; authorizing railroad companies to
consolidate ami to aid, lease to or from,
and purchase from or sell to other
railroad companies; to incorporate the
Natchez Street lluilroad Company; to
authorize the supervisors of any coun
ty to require railroads to fence their
House bills pawed tho Senate: To
define and punish the crime of teach
ing polygamous doctrines and princi
ples, and of persuading others to
adopt the same; for the preservation
of certain records in tho auditor's
office with amendments.
The Senate indefinitely postponed
the House bill repealing what is
known as the "pig law," which makes
it a penitentiary ollcnse to steal a pii
or other animal of the value of $1.
Bills passed: For the relief of Lowen
burg & Sanders and for JinkinsA
Shurls; authorizing Yazoo City to
build a bridge; to amend tho charter
of Yazoo City; to provide for anew
registration of electors in Yazoo
county; to authorize Yazoo
county to sell certain property;
Senate bill for the relief of Kufus
II. learned; Senate bill providing for
an additional justice of the peace ami
constable in Jefferson; to remove dis
abilities of minority of Geo. K. Gates;
for the relief of A. 1'. Caltrell ; author
izing compensation to the chancery
clerk of Clay as county auditor; in
corporating the town of Jonestown ; in
relation to,the Pilot Commissioner of
Ship Island Ifarbor; repealing charter
and reincorporating Greenville; incor
porating the town of Indiauola; to
provide for the payment of registra
tion in Washington. Sennte bills, to
nay the Circuit Clerk of Washington
lor services in certain criminal cases,
and to pay his deputy during tho term
of court; Senate bill to amend the
law relating to tint finances of Simp
son; Semite bill incorporating the
town of 1'oplarville; for the relief
of II. Wardrou and P. B. l'ostwood;
to incorporate the town of Bay St.
Louis; to permit the sale of domestic
wines in Oktibbeha county.
The special order of tho day being
the report of tho Committee on F.1I11
cation, tho bill reported by them was
discussed until adjournment of the
Hnpreme Court DecUlons.
fSPKCIAL TO tbs aeriiL.i
Jackson, Miss., March 1. The Su
premo Court rendered the following
By Arnold, Judge Ann Handy vs.
the State, convicted in the Copiah
Circuit Court of keeping a house of
ill-fame, indictment failed to chargo
that the house was kept in city, town
or village, proof ' as to the general rep
utation of the house held to bo inad
missable, reversed anil remanded;
George King vs. the State, convicted
in the Wayne Circuit Court of murder,
reversed and remanded; C. K. Beat
vs, Alfred Sharp, from the I-awrenoo
Circuit Court, affirmed; M. P. Ferrill
vs. James Dickson, from the Wayne
Circuit Court, affirmed.
Bv Cooper, Chief Justin Georgo
H. Harney et al. vs. Thomas H. Mc
Dowell, from tho Amito Chancery
Court, aHirincd; John J. Martin vs.
Martin Nalty, from tho Lincoln Cir
cuit Court, affirmed; 11. Moody vs. D.
D. Mcliohnny, from the Copiah Cir
cuit Court, affirmed; tho samo vs.
Kldridgo A Morris, in two
cases, from tho same court,
affirmed; the samo vs. Charles Gali
ghor A Son, from tho same court, af
firmed; K. ' Hoy man A Co. vs. Frank
Dilhird.from the same court, affirmed;
L. A A. ScliarU'vs. Jules A. I.isso.from
Adams Circuit Court, reversed and re
manded. By Campbell, J. Mead Bros. vs. J.
C. Strong, iLssignee, from the Jackson
County Circuit Court .affirmed ; l'feifer
Preyfus vs. r. 11. llartman, from
the Lincoln Circuit Court, affirmed;
C. B. Joor vh W. A. Klder, from tho
Wilkinson Circuit Court, reversed and
remanded ; J. M. Tyler and wife vs.
William G. Wheeler et al., from tho
Lincoln Chancery Court.
To Kedaca Jaitlrlnrj Expense r
Jackson Claiimi: A bill, intro
duced bv Senator Guyton, passed the
Senate last Friday night, by an almost
unanimous vote, "To require justices
of tho peace to enforce the criminal
laws, and to reduce the judiciary ex
penses of tho counties." It provides
that in such cases of misdemeanors as
are specified in Article 1, Section HI,
of the constitution, it shall lie within
the discretion of tho grand jury to
proceed against tho accused either by
indictment or to give information to
the justices of the pence of the coun
ty. In case of information being
given to justices of tho peace, a record
of the whole matter is provided for,
aud justices are required to discbarge
tho duties under a penalty. It is
claimed that, if this bill becomes a 1
law, it will reduce tho county ex
penses, secure tho suppression of pet ty
expenses, relieve the people from at
tending circuit courts in such cases,
make it possible to reduce tho num
ber of judicial districts, and dignifv
the office of J. P.
Though painful and weartoit almost beyond
eoduntnoe, few an incuraMedixeuae U trvul
ed In tint. Perhaps no it tier ftiaeaw tins no
battled the efiofta of ftf-ience and medicine ua
thi, but at la4 a remedy ha twen diM-ovcrt d ui
lVYPVCV9 whirh CURLS KHEUMA--VVVOjVXWVlXjSMi
and la heartily en
dorsed by man; of the Leading Fliytiuana.
WHAT THEY SAY:
TOSOALEIX induing ill Him In el.-. imd If wiT !
acarif ail tbe lam WtiuIA
to-doOk) Mtem. kl out And datnf vmU.
w. w. Baiti, M. D,
Inflimmftfavy Rheumillaa of
"In mrnpininn TomiLmi atli
0-M4l rueuuuUo nmlja.n
a. O. WoauuK. If. D, ataiaasA nL
. " H.w. tfm Tnvatim fair trM, nd thn H
tns hvst nuwdy I iuivTr found fi Rhaumu h
U. O.&tiritai. II. U, CutrU. Id. I B. F. Datk Htumta. Mo.
FOB SALE BY ALL DHUOGLSTS. TBICE OSE DOLLAIt PEa BOTTLS.
A. MELLICg. W.il IWWo. 7Q9 and Til WASIHNCTO AVTNUR. ST. T)U
is 3 JAJctT7-cLi stores
Offlce. 349 Front Street, 3femphiH. Tenn.
n A T7AHA TTAHl
m 1 uu nu 11
Newlr Constmoted and Elaborately Fiirnislied. Con
talcing 225 Iarge and Elegant lipoma.
vTha HouM haa Parfeot Vantllatloa and Nataral Light, gtaam haatinc, KlMtrlo Belli,
aad two 01 Hala'a Elcvaton. All itraat-aan au Halo (treat atranoa.
B4TES-3.M M Pt a7. aeoordioc to ( aad lTition of roomi. Bcaolal
raU lo Comnerelal TraTalera. Abundant npply ofPURB CISTERN AND WELL WATER
BOYD k SOUS.
264 Front St., cor. Conrt, Jlcmplila, Tenn
P. m. AMTOW,
M. W. CROWELL,
H. H. M1CBT.
ALSTON, CROWELL & GO.
And Ccmmlssioi Merchi
Llin , CementrHSjVjr, Xfaldlng; and lire Brick. Etc.
Cor. Front and Union, 1 Howard's Row, Memphis
lll?,'Vr'ft)rn OataBran, Chop Feed, Oil-Meal,
LARGEST BREWERY IN AMERICA.
Jos. Schlitz Brewing GompaPiV,
Offlee and Boltllaa; Work, a A 10 Ualow
Depot aad leeltoaa, cur.. H.I a 4l ia.iti
S. ROESCHER. Agent, Memohla, Tenn.
Halea la 1889, B0,000 Rarmla Snlra of Honaphla Brnaeb, 100,000 Ke.
Liberal Advances Made on Cbnalgnmenta.
11 UJTIOy STEEET, MEMPHIS,
Ornca or JOHN MAN0QUE, MxMraig, Inn., Febrnarj 16, 1886.
I have thia day agreed with
THE LIVEItMOKE FOUMIHY A MACHINE COMPANY
for the lo of my entire itock of Wrought Iroa, Notn, Wanhen and Hobt? Hardware, the
me to take effect March 1. 18X6. In retiring from the bminem in thia citr, I doeire to re
turn thank, to my (Hernia and customera for their liberal patronage dnrtnf a period of
twenty yean, I and alto to aisure them that the bualnesi will be turned orer to ireliable
and reaponiiblo partita whom 1 bare known intimately for many years. I can aafely assure
my frieoda and ouatomera that their orders, under the new management, will hare the beat
oare and attention, and I aak lor your continued patronage. JOHN MANOOUB.
Referring to abore rery ntttfrint notice, we take pleaaure in annoanolng the following or-
aniiatlonand management for thil additional Department the same, to Uke effect Warch
A. S. LITEKHORE, Prealdeat.
II. A. TATUJf, See'y aad Traa.
The Livermore Foundry & Hachino Co.
li'ciu h Tiaiiwav Niiinily liniiai'lniHiit
nnzn nnrrmi ran
imnwt b u i . un mu i mo
And Commission Merchants,
S6 and 202 Front Kt.. 9Iemvhi. Tenn.
J. T. FAKQASOX. J. A. HUNT. 0. C. HEIN. K. A. PARKBR. I. L. W0OOS0H
J. T. FARGASON & CO,
Wholesale Grocers & Cotton Factors,
tS9 front Street, Iexnphia, Tenia.
Cotton consigned t ng will hare our csreful attention. We carry at all timet a well-
aeleoted etock o.
Staple d Fancy Groceries, Vines, Liqucrs Job&cco & Clfjzrt,
AmA will mH nm iMm w h 1tmtmt.
s. wiTzrcMiirs Co
Wholesale Dealer and Pabllsben,
Sola Agentt for the following Flrat-Claaa Inatrnmentai
SteillWaV and KLxitEtlDO
1T A Tfff k.llBAICH ACH, ABLER, O. O. PEASK A CO
VlUA.lla C1UU COTTAUK OHWABI.
a-A NSW T-OCTAVI PIANO FOR lSO.-a
Write for CatAlmmiw. fiom. 32;t nnd 235 NKfOND NT.. MEMPHIS
2i4 Front Street. Opp. Cnatom-IIoasft.
AT CRAIG'S SEED STORE,
Farming Tools, Grass Seed, Garden' Seed,. Onion
CORN AT3D COTTON PLANTERS.
R. G. CRAIG & C0.. MEMPHIS.
JN0. B.T00F. E. L. MoQOWAN. J. 8. MoTIQHB. W. S. PATTE805
TOOF, M COM & CO.,
Wholesale Grocers, Cotton Factors,
And Dealers In Levee and Railroad Supplies,
No, 874 Frmt Street -MwraVhiw, Twi
The Appr.prl.tloa Bill.
The appropriation bill, for 188(1 and
1SS7, its n-portod by tho comniittoo,
pruvidos n lollowa: Lunatic Asylum,
Jiu-kaon, $110,010; I.uimtic Asvluin,
Meridian, JsO.OtK); IVaf and iunib
Asylum, $lM,0(H); Natchi HospittU,
liiOOO; Vickshur): City I hwpital, $.!(,
IXK); Asylum for the 'Blind, flrt.OOO;
tiriM'ompBiiii's of Jackson, $:?(00; ex
ecutive oontinpMit fund, $S."00; exec
utive contingent fund, SttMlO; Touftn
loo Si-hool, JiKKH); Supreme Court re
port, fSOOO; Ajfricultural and Mechan
ical College, f-M.tXH); outstanding vr
titicutes, LMS7 ; Female Industrial In
stitute, $ti.",000; Alcorn University,
l-'-'iH): for printing. I-NS.OOO.
6 and 329 Second Street, Memphis, Tenn.
Deafen in BAR, BAND AMD HOOP IKOJt, Butler. Flrebed and Sheet Iron.Nutt,
naanera, hitcu, ixaiu, ueavj uaraware ana
In eonneotlon with our Fonndry and Mahlne nepartineul. hit) to 174 Adamt atreet
we believe we are in the best poittlon to tupplr any and all demanda tor every chan
Wrought or Caat Ironwork, Machinery, Heavy Hardware and Railway tiuppliea,
ti. W. MACH4E.
8Mceegira to F0BTEB TAIL0B CO
nn PROTJTT STRTTTT. t i MFMPHTB. TTX!TffTl
A. YACCf ARO Co
VnOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS,
KOS. 878 AND 280 FRONT STREET, MEMPHIS.
ANDREW 8TEW ART, New Orleani. ANDREW D. QWTNNE, Mamphtt
uirii ri cd.,
W. A. GAGE & CO.
Tfo. 800 Front Ml root. : iTTouiiiliin. Tenn.
J. W. SCHORR,
Sctj and Treaa.
MANCFACTCKEKS OF THK CELEBRATED
Filsener Beer in Kegs and Bottles.
Only Pore Chrystal Well Water Used for Brewing Purposes.
IS. W. Corner Sutler and Tennessee Sti.
wee eTTrw Tteioetlvetrl A-"" Tuvrn I -t
laaJ 9-.- --. .WrfTLVVirTrit. B . ' ,
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Thia BKLT or Re
gener tor ia madeei-
An- " J ntl""i' ,h "are
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.VyV:C.biLl Jrn. There ia no
atrunjent .re eon
.ftinuima btream of
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V X tuV '" J 'j I aiB. tnruaaa tne
ilLIX wt UllLl rartii nion. reetore
theoa to haaltht aetina. , Ho not fetound
thia with ElertHe Belu kdverliaed to rare
all tlla from heed t te. It l. for the ON R
aiefiflo purpose. For circular! ftvloc fall
BlurniliiuDi wuiv. vuwT.r diiviik' tf.il
Co., 10J WaehlBfWa ttfMt, Chioac . 1U.
WholesaleGrocers, Got. Factors
HO. 856 AND 358 FRONT STREET, XLE3IPIIIS, TEXN
STEYMT BROTHERS h COLIPAIH
CXJTT0N FACTORS AND COMMISSION MKECHANT8,
HF.W Om.EANS. TTTINIANA.
(NVl'CENHORS TO BTERNBERQ A
TOBACCO, CIGARS & PIPES
336 Front SU Cor. Union, MempMs, Tenn,
AW ASD PLAJHIHG-nilX, BATT-TABl.
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Molding, Lumber,
Lath and Shingles, Flooring, Ceiling and Cedar Posts.
K. K. LKtt.
18.- T.EE cfb OO..
376-378-380-382-384-386 feecond street, euth oi Uayoso.
Doors, Sash, Blinds. Flooring, Ceiling, Siding, Shingles,
MAnlallnr. a.mti. 'xtir Pef ana flftt.t..
On aid after thia date I ahall offer at prirataaala the entire stock of
No. 205 MAIN STREET,
uaravare, tutiery, mecnamcs toois,
Sawmill Supplies, Agricultural Implements,
GRASS and COTTON ROPE, FENCE "WIRE, Etc.
ahall continue to aeU from da to day at rery low ratet. Thoae requirint aarthim la
thit line for Baildinej. Mechanical, Farmioi or other purpoaea, will hare an opi ortuni 7 ta
aupply their wanU at ratea treatly to their advantage. ,
MiatrHi8I.rebrury 1, 183. . 1. BfcDOlTELL, BtcclTer