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MEMPHIS, TEXX., SATURDAY, MARCH 13, 1880.
VOL. XLVI NOJL02.
THE COMiITIOAOF TRADE.
nrsisEss seriously crutlkd
KY LABOR STRIKES.
J.Jlrrf Rugerg and Congressman
I'ntltzerea 1be 8;and A Pro
teet i'roia last; Yoang.
The Number of Unemployed Work
men IncreaBfd Bejond All Pre
cedent Leading Staple.
' fBTtCUb TO thi srrisi..
W.hHfvnTw, March 12. Regarding
the telephone huiL JuUire Jliurruan
a b tlit.t it ban not been determined
yet where tlie action will lie
, brought. It is very generally believed
liere, howvwr, Hint (jolumbus will be
- -selected. The paper? are alxut ready
FAVOR THS KKI'KAI..
Messrs. Voorhetw and Berry of the
Jenate Civil Service Committee, re
timed to unito on the adverse report
on Senator Vance's bill to repeal the
! I mi t .i
tivii Hervire law. iiiey.iuvor me re
TBK EDfCATIONAL BILL
has been practically killed in the
House committee. At a meeting to-
lay the whole matter was postponed
until the third Friday in April. It is
thought that if it comes up even then
11 win De ior au verse action.
ON A THIP THROUGH THE HOUTH.
Senator and Mrs. Vest and Henator
and Mrs. I)oii Cameron left this morn
ing by siet'iid car for a trip through
the South Senator Vist has been ill
for several weeks, and the trip is made
Dy the advice ol his physician.
of Missouri made a strong argument
lielore the JCiver and Harbor Commit
tee fur the improvement of the Missis-
mppi river between St. Louis and
Cairo, unring an appropriation of $12,-
whi.ixhj, to he expended in yearly m-
tiUtimeius ol 41,oUU,UW.
against the increase of the rate of post
age on iourtn-ciiuss mail matter were
presented by Senators Logan, Harris
and Blair, from eitixens of Illinois,
leiiiiessoe and New Hampshire.
Arrivals: J. W. Caldwell, Knoxville;
j. u. Mewart, isashville.
Poll I aad J. Harrl Bogen on
Washington, March 12. The spe
rial committee of the House charged
with the inquiry into the issuance of
I'an-f.loeirie telephone stock to gov
eminent officers began its investiua-
tions to-day. Mr. Boyle of Penmiylva-
ui in cii.uruiun ui uie, coniaiiiiee
which is composed of Messrs. Oah's of
Alabama, Hale of Missouri Eden of
Illinois, Halo of Iowa, Millard of New
York, Jtanney of Massachusetts. Han
back of Kansas and Moll'att of Michi
gan. Mr. I lale stated that Mr. PuliUer
was about to leave for New York to
night, and desired to be examined
during the day. Mr. Casey Young
said that lie represented the persons
charged - the stockholders and direct
ors of the Tan hleetric Telephone
Company and wished to know the
line in which the investigation was to
be conducted, so as to make adequate
, preitarations. Mr. Eanney did not
understand that charge had been
made against any one ; the committee
was simply a committee of investiga
tion. Mr. hden understood that the
reason for the organisation of the com
mittee was that certain charges had
leen made in leading newspapers re
flecting upon the official integrity of
eruun j?ovcrnuieBtofficers. Mr. Oaten
suggested that the Bewspapors' articles
be pat in evidence at once, that the
committee might proceed intelligent
ly, ivnannce might thtis bo taken
touching these mutters complained of,
and the committee would ascertain if
the newspaper men conld support the
charges. Mr. ltanney did not believe
that course was practicable ; it would
necessitate the examination of a great
MR. JOSKPII I'UUTZKIt
of the New York World then took the
stand. 1 le said his namo had been
connected with the publications
touching certain telephono stocks.
He assumed the responsibility for the
publication of those facts. "I, and I
alone, solely am responsible, anil no
one else " said Mr. Pulitzer. "No hu
man being. has tried to influence me
in any way, in any manner whatever.
I do not know a human being to-day,
so far as I am aware, who is a stock
holder or interested in the Bell Tele
phone Company. I had no motive
other than that arising from the feel
ing that the publication of these facts
was in .the nature of news and in the
. nature of pnblic service." Continu
. ing, Mr. Pufitacf said that all of his
books and papers, private or other
wise, were at the disposal of the com
mittee. The publication, instead of
being cither hastily or carelessly
ventured upon, had been very care
fully considered. He had the manu
sc'ipt for three months in his pigeon
holes before he published it. Ilis cor
resiondent at Washington who had
funiisliod the manuscript had been in-
structed frequently during that time
to ascertain whether the matters
therein stated were true or not ; only
after he had ascertained from the cor
respondent that he had made every
effort to verify the correctness of the
statement; only after repeatedly em
phasizing that desire on his part, to
make sure thateverything was correct,
and only when the hope he enter
tained that certain gentlemen, more
particularly one gentleman, might rid
himself of the possession of the stock
which, while not involving any venal
ity at all, did seem to him an act of
impropriety, or of public indiscretion ;
only when that hope, entertained for
three months, had been disappointed
and he had felt assured that the mat
ters were correct; only then had he
published those records, as they might
be termed. He expressed a willingness
to answer. Upon cross-examination,
Mr. Pulitzer said he did not know a
stockholder in the Bell or in any of the
rival companies better tlian the Pan
Klectric. He desired, even more than
the committee, to ascertain whether
any paper had been- improperly in
fluenced. Mr. Ranney asked if Mr. Pulitzer
knew any official who held any of the
Mr. Pulitzer replied that he did.
Mr. Kanney Anv one connected
with either House of Congress?
Mr. Pulitzer replied that he knew
Senator Vest, who himself Rtated
that he held some of the stock not
foliated, but bought, lie had been
iarelv introduced to Senator Harris,
ind knew Mr. Garland personally;
ked him very much. Outside of the
j ov-riflemen in t''e t.t-1
I think there was any. The committee
I knew everything he knew about that.
I I . V . .1.. .....
irir. lUMiiit-y i mi uu mn uw u any
ueii xeiepnone stock t
Mr. PuliUer I do not ow n a single
share of telephone stock or any specu
lative stock of anv kind. I have made
it my rule and pn net pie to eschew
any speculation w hatever. 1 not only
do not own any itell shock but do not
know anybody holding any interest in
the company. He had never thought
or said that there was any evidence of
any venality or corruption. He never
regarded it in that light, but only as a
matter of olticial impropriety or indis
cretion of questionable taste. In the
publication of the Utters be bad
printed everything that be had felt
justified in printing from a public
standpoint, hverything else he had
tried to exclude.
Mil. TOt'NO OIUHCTS.
A motion was maJo to but Mr.
Casey Young upon the stand, but he
protected against the proposition, as it
would require him to reluUj charges
before he knew what he was charged
J. 1IAR11IS KOOEItS OX THE STAND.
1 he committee finally decided to
hear J. II. Rogers, the inventor, and
ne iook the stand, lie said lie had in
vented a number of electrical devices.
which had been transferred to the Pan-
hlectnc Company, lie cave a history
of the organization of the company,
wiui uen. Joseph r,. Johnston, jen.
Atkins, Senators Harris ami Garland
as incorporators, who were not to pay
unv ti i ii ii . i . r f , (knlB inL.n..i . !....
V j vi Mini miTivnu rwv.
Krown of .Missouri came into the
company on the- same terms. Some
other parties embarked in the eirer-
pnse, but paid for their stock. The
company sold State rights usually
ior irom jouuu to$i(i,liuu, a royalty on
the instruments and a certain propor
tion or me local stocK. J he aggregate
of the dividends paid out by the com
pany was between :hi,(KK) and .0,00.
Witness believed that the stock he had
been selling was of value, depending
in part on the correctness of iarlund's
opinion as a lawyer. He had depended
not only on tuiriand s opinion, but on
the fact that the Pan-Electric Instru
ment was superior to the Bell instru
niont, and on the possibility of selling
u mi mo isen company.
Tim OUtf limiltrlit lit. (linnni-Ainm..nl
last summeragainst the Bell Company un; buvers M' l;wly.
was the next subject for investigation , 1 utr!,lt,,im ls neavi
New York, March 12. Special tel
egrams to isnubtnvt lrom the more
important business centers report the
movement of general merchandise
rather below than alsive previous to
tals. At St. Ivouis and southwest there
of business is at a stundMill, owing to
the continued interruption to frame
over the Could Southwestern rail
wavs and the Texas and Pacilie lines.
The number of strikes throughout the
dountry has increased beyond all pre
cedent, and the number of employes
so idle is reported as 51, (XX) east of the
K(K'ky .Mountains, in December, 1884,
the total covering the same territory
l . i t r,vrt ... t f
hum uooui ia,uw, ioui me ouumi
nous coal and textile strikes outrank
the Southwestern railway strike in
point of numltcrs. Contrasted to the
stagnation in trade at St.. Ixuis, Chi
a aoon nrsiNEss
in stable lines, a most ier cent.
more than last year at a like orjod in
dry goods alone; but this report is
quite exceptional. In leading East
ern cities business has been of moder
ate proportions, thoueh a feel ins of
confidence that an improvement will
bo felt in the near future is frequently
mentioned. Increased caution in milk
ing contracts is noted in textile fabric
null owners. At other cities general
trade is less active than had been ex
pected at this time, while at the
Northwest particularly the more fa
vorable reports are made of the move
ment and outlook.
MOVKMKNT OK TRADK.
Dry goods are in little better request,
and print cloths are higher. Stocks of
cotton in first hands are light. Wool'
There are no new features in the
Anthracite coal is selling very low,
is a matter that all citizens are inter
ested in, and it is to be hoted that the
meeting w ill be largely attended. All
citizens are invited to lx present,
whether members of the Kxchanges
or not, and it is desirable that they
w ill avail themselves freely of the in
vitation, and give the nicimVrs of the
Kxchanges the In-hctit of a free ex
pression of their views on this ini
Trial for tbt Rardrr .r II
Uncut, to thi irriAL.I
Birmingham, Ai.a., March 12. Tl
city court to-day took tip the trial
Ijifayette ('handlers, chatved with
shooting and killing his brother in tl
w oods, up in the northwest part of this
county, about fourteen months ago,
aiioui nan i lie Mate s witnesses were
examined. 1 he testimony is entirely
circumstantial. The strongest ixiinta
against the prisoner are that the tracks
at the scene of the killing saeuied
be his, and that on a tree near bv
which had leen hacked with an axe
and the witness said that th"only con-
inrence he bad with any
ciates prior to the bringing oi t.ii suit
nau been with Mr. xoung some tune
in July. His father was also nresent.
The conversation was held at wit
ness s house. oung came there and
informed them that the government
would bring suit. Kogers senior asked
whether Garland had Dromised to
bring suit. Youncr n'nlied "vos.1
Kogers senior said: "If Garland has
promised, ho will do It." Young said
that Garland had a delicacy Hbout con
ducting the suit, himself, aWi vwy-
ining would be leu to Goode. JJogers
senior asked whether Goode would
act if the matter were left with him.
i oung said that was all right: Goode
was our lnend, or friendly to us. was
not our enemy, and he (toung) be
lieved he would rather have Goode
than Garland. The suit was insti
tuted about one or two months after
that conversation. Witness bad no
conversation with Mr. Goode in re
gard to the suit. Rogers senior had
asked Senator Harris whether, in the
event of postal telegraph legislation,
ne would have any delicacy in owning
Pan-Electric stock. Harris bad re
plied he would not in the least ; that
he would rise in the Senate and state
that he was interested in the bill.
The witness went on to detail the
reason which impelled him to turn
over his letters to the New York
World. The substance of this state
ment was that both his father and
himself had been bitterly attacked in
the papers concerning their connec
tion with the Pan-Klectric comnanv.
and that their associates in the con
cern n-fused to defend them, conse
quently the letters were given up for
meir own vindication.
Adjourned until to-momiw.
Washinoton, March 12. Among
uie continuations to-uav was Mary ll
Gillespie postmaster at Aberdeen,
Ind Inn Ietrrdtlon Claim..
Washinoton, March 12. As re
quired by law, Secretary Imar lias
submitted to Congress a list of about
4500 Indian depredation claims. The
total number of claims call for an
amount approximating !15,OtK),OO0.
Washington, Mandi 12. The Post
master-General has lssu'd an order
prohibiting the delivery of registered
mail or the payment of money orders
to Marcus E. Frazier, operating at
DoeMoines. Ia.. as the secretary oF the
Globe Mutual Life and Assessment
Washington. March 12. The ses
sion of the Committee of Ways nd
naeans to-uay was protracted until
3 : JO p.m. 1 he delegates of the work-
ingmen in the iron and coal industries
oi rennsyivania ana Uhio made a
very strong Dresentation of their cjise
and held their position with great
aoiuty againsi uie suggestive ques
tioning oi iur. Jirecienridgo ot Ken
tucky, Mr. Breckenridge of Arkansas
and Mr. McMillin of Tennessee. Sev
eral of them, including Mr. .Ino.
Jarrett. gave out very direct intima
tion that in the last Presidential elec
tion the workingmen of the country
had given a dirfen'nt interpretation to
the declaration in Uie ' Democratic
platform of the necessity of a revision
of the .tariff, from that which they
were now realizing in the introduction
of the Morrison bill, and declared the
political influence of the workingmen
.would re directed against the political
party that favored any attack upon the
present line of tariff duties. After
wards, a few gentlemen were beard in
favor of increased duties on pearl but
tons, vegetable ivory buttons and
ier. and tends
lower in new well production mews.
The movement of grocery staoles is
lighter than a year ago. Increased
demand and weak cables depn'ss
Coffee is higher on smaller cron es
timates, and firmer markets at ship
I-arge available supplies of rice de
press prices thereof.
Wheat has been irregular, but some
what firmly held by the speculative
interest, and is 2 cents higher for cash
on the week. The general report of
light supplies in first hands, if well
founded, is the strongest bull argument
rlour is firmer and higher with
Fallnrea fur Ike Week.
New York. March 12. The business
failures during the last seven days, as
reported to It. G. Dun & Co., number
for the United States 21 1. and for Can
ada 28, a total of 2 .9, against 2-lti last
week and 218 the week previous. Fail
ures are on the decline in every sec
tion of the country, especially in the
Eastern and Middle States.
Milwai-kk, Wis.. March 12. Pam-
nel Tallmadge is in roceint of advance
neow ot the oiucial report of ltan
dolph Harrison, Commissioner of Ag
riculture of irginia, regarding the
condition oi grain in that state. All
are less favorable than in January,
wheat being 85 per cent., rye 8ti ber
eeni. ana winter oats 74 per cent
i hero has been considerable damage
irom winter milling, not oniv in grain
oui ni ciover ana uiuoiny as well.
were marks of
with his axe.
A letter in the afternoon
from Tilllllflemi auva 1ia Ktif
wlio proixwe to liuild a full
Rogers, lalledega county, w
they will certainly begin on Hie 1st of
next month. .
John Wilson, a young nattc&i-mnker
at the Wilson u-nrltu uint. htu u-if oof
of the roiim this morning, ami. stand
niK in iruiik iii uie mirror, piRi-cu uie
iiiiiz.iu in a piKuu in ins moiiiii an
lired. lie fell backward, almost in
ot Nymiiloma, bnt (he Uinta.
It would item to bo a Iruth ilreoiblo by
nil, and fBpei-lally br rofi-m.n of tb haul
inrar , that to reimivo the dlteiKa, not I
alleviate it aymptouif, ihoirl l be Ibe (Mel
aim of medication. Vat In how nianr in
itaneea do we lea this truth admitted fa the
nry, iinored in practice. The rearon that
uoRroiier a Biomica limerg is urceMful
to many caeea, with which remvdiei nrevi
ouny trleu wore Inaeiiunte to eoie, ia at-
mouiaoieto ine met ir.ut it la a moihcine
wnion reaches ami removes the cttui-es of
ua various nimuiei to wnicn it la adapted,
Lnatiresiion. lover and anue. liver rion-
Plaint. cout. rheiimatimn. diaonl r nf th
bowels, urinary attectiona and othtii mala,
dies axe not palliated merely, but tooled out
nyit. it toes to the foontain head. It ia
really, not nominally, a radical reinei!r..ml
it endows the system with an amount ol
vigor wnicn ia us naat pro toot Ion against
BORDER Lsam A. Boinass, nee Rayn-
ojui, oeinvea wue oi i. ai. liordersi.
Funeral from residenoe 128 Vanca street,
thia (SATURDAY) afternoon, March JS h
at 2 o'clock.
MOREHEAD Friday, Mareh 1 ISM, at
a o oiock a.m., in tn tlx'y exta'h Jeer ol
her age, HARaiRT A. Mohkhkad, wile of J.
. uoroueau, sr.
f uneral will take plaea fro,. rnonee
this (SATVRDAY) morning at It o'clook.
Servioes by the Key. Dr. G. M. Richardson,
8PEAKE8 The friends and acquaintances
of Dr. E. A. White and family aro invited
to attend tho funeral of his daughter, Mrs,
Gutbudi Whitr BriAKRH, from residence
No. 200 Vance street, this (SATURDAY)
morning at 10 o'clock. Servioes by the Rev
H. A. Jones. Carritges in attendance.
Neneailonal lloraratle Hrcnt-
blo fcnllroait Aidnt.
ISPROIAL TO TBI ArPIAL.I
Chattawkhia, Tknn., March 12. A
very sensational domestic scene was
enacted here at one of the leading ho
tels to day. i esterday in acrobat
named I'atterson, ta circus exhibiting
hero, was married to a beautiful vouno
i - .... . o
gin namea Minnie Everett of Atlanta.
The girl ran off from home, having
been fascinated bv the circus
actor, and met him at the
hotel in this city, and they were -wed
last night. To-day the mother of the
girl, accompanied by her betrothed,
arrived from Atlanta in search of her.
Vt hen the mother learned of the mar
riage she straightway hunted up the
couple, and a very sensational scene
ensued. The family is prominent at
Atlanta, ana the young lady was en
gaged u one oi the wealthiest young
men in mat city, t he mother has
disowned her daughter.
the night passenger train on the
Western and Atlantic railroad met
with an accident a few miles be
low this city, near jraysville. after
midnight this morning. The driving
rod of the engine broke down and
threw the engine across the track.
Two sleeiiers, ladies' coach, smoking
car and baggage car were all piled up
in a deep cut, and for fifteen hours the
cut was olistructed. The passengers
were pretty badly shaken up, but
none were seriously hurt.
The Florida Cbaalaaqwa.
IsriciAL to Til arriAUl
Ilg Ftniak Si,RiNGs,Fi.A.,March 12.
J. ll. rrobost and party, fi-om New
York, arrived here to-day by special
coach, also Ir. Cbas. F. Deems of New
York and Dr. r U. Smith of fct. Paul.
to participate in the exercises of the ,
Honda Chautauqua Assembly.
"He jesta at scars who never felt a
wound," and a man may stand with
his hands in his pockets and laugh at
a poor, worn rheumatic, but if he is a
The Dcnupewy-La Blaarhe Mill.
New Yoril March 12. The Mail and
Krpretn this afternoon says: Jack
Deuipsey, champion middle weight of
America, and Ceorge Iji Blanche, bet
ter known as the "Marine," a noted
Boston pugilist, who hag vanuuished
every man excepting one since he en
tered the ring, fought sixteen hard-
contested rounds in a barn near Harri
son, a suiall town on the New York
and New Haven railroad, early this
morning, ending in a victory for Demp
sev. The battle began at 4 o'clock,
and lasted nearly an hour. Both men
were badly punished.
Tba Cbcaa Cbanaploaiablp.
Nw Orleavc, March 12. Steinitz
and Zukertort played the fourteenth
game of the world's championship
tournament this afternoon. The open
ing was the Kuy Lopei. 8teinitz
played first, with the white men.
When Zukertort had made his fortv-
eighth move Steinitz olfered a draw.
w hich Zukertort accepted. The game
is regarded as a dull one. The next
game will take place on Monday.
mo joint meeting of the Mer
chants' and Cotton Kxchangcs. to b
Money to Loan
On improved plantation) In
MiMtiiMMlppl and Arkantuui.
Install ineut plan-S, 5 or 10
year. Annuel Interest, not
In advance. Ko comniiNnloni.
IVooUou frliiprnent. Cheap
est loan oflered.
Francis Smith Caldwell & Co.
250 Second St., Memphis.
We have no agent.
D1J. B. L. LAsKI,
Physician, Snrgron and Arcunclier,
RESIDENCE AND OFFICE.
313 Slain- Mreel, eer Union.
Teler-hone No. 88
lit A I, ESTATJE.
No. 3299, R. D. (G)-Chanoerr Court of Bhel
b County tJtate o Tennessee tor Its own
use, ate., vs. W. K. Butler etal.
LY virtue of an interlocutory deerea far
13 sale, entered in the above cause on the
6th day of March, 1W6, M. B 61, pate 574,
I will sell, at publio aurtiun, to the
his-hent bidder, in front pf the Clerk and
Master's ollioe, court-house of Shelby Coau
ty, Memphis, Teen., on
Saturday, April S, 186,
within legal boors, the following described
property, situated in Shelby county, leno.,
Lota 164. 105. lfifi. 17. M. 4M anil L'A
laid down on a man of the cily ot Memphis
and suburbs, compiled and published in 1H71
by M. T. Williamson, said lots being In the
First Ward of the city ot Memphis, and dm.
scribed, respectively, as follows:
Lot 101 tronU thirty seven leet and. one
and one-half inches (37 ft. IS in.) on the
north side of the first alley north of Auetiun
street, snd seventy-four feet three inches (74
ft. 3 in.) on tho west ride of Main street.
Lot 1S5 fronts thiity-seven 'ent and one
and one halt inches (37 ft. l'4io.) on the
north aid , of Auction Suuare and i uni bonk
between parallel lines seventy (our feet and
three inches 74 11. a in. ).
Lot 166 fronts thiitv-sevan feet and nn
and one-halt Inches (37 ft. l'i in.) on the
north side of Auction Square and runs back
between parallel lines seventy-four fort and
three inches (74 ft. 3 in .
Lot 167 tronta tbirtv-aeven feot and one
and one half inches (.17 It. 1'4 in ) on (he
nor h side of the alloy running east and
west between Auction and Sycamore streets,
and running back north on the alley betaeen
Chickasaw and Alain steee-s sera&Lv.iiuir
tnet and three inches (74 ft. Sin.).
Lot 168: Beginning at a point where the
vest side oi inata street lntorrects me south
ile of Sycamore street, running thsnce
soa h with the west side of Uam street
seventv-four feet and three inches (71 ft. 3
in.): thence we t uarallnl with
kiwi one Dunarea aa iorty-tKtii and one
half feet ft.) t? an allav: (hence nnnh
seventy-'our feet and three inches (74 ft. 8
in. i co erciuioro streett ih.n-a fin ih
the sooth side of Sycamore etre-t one hun
dred and forty-eight and one-half feet (14X
Lot ia bounded and de-embed as fol
lows: Beginning at a point where the east
Side of Main street inters ts the sooth side
of Sycamore street, running thence east with
the sou'k side ot Sycamore street one hun
dred and fbrty-e ieht fct and sii in- hes (HI
ft. in.) le an al.ev: thine- s:h with Slid
alley one hundred and firty eiht leet oud
six inches (14H fi. X in.) to an a Icy r inning
east and west; thence west w th said last
mentioned alley one hundred and frty-eght
feet and six in -hes (143 it. 6 in.) to Slain
street: thence nor:h wiih MuHi stet one
bun-lred and t'oriy-eirvt lent und six inches
tl tS ft. 6 in.) U the exiii.it,i( i.oint.
L it iSf is bounded S4 l'ollt : tn thennr-.H
br Mill street, on the s u:h by Hj-ca-no-e
treat, and on the wen; by Ma n s-.rcet, it
beinione burdred and frl 'ie'it ft-t and
six inches (14-1 It. 6 it.) on Mill at I ' ynl
luore streets and triree Lutii) -ed nrni tijirWea
(J' t) feet on the east side of Min etr-et.
T-.rras of Stlo On a credit -;f S'X sn-n, ;
Boad Carts, Etc., Etc., Etc.
BDiffiiriSMM oiler Ihem for tli leil IHiym.l 1'lftMl (t.Nf. (ohUaler
Hoad t-artu M each. Call early aud iiittke your neleetlon.
WOODRUrr-OLlVER CARRIAGE AND HARDWARE COMPANY.
- HKl'IIPI I A I I (HP, AtnHe
JACKETS AND COATS,
Intended for Oar Opening, bnt
a day too late, will be shown
and sold. Sulttble, Sfasomblr-,
and at Orfitt Burjalm.
TRY THEM! TKY TIIE3II TRY 'THEM!
Try Zelltifr's English Walklngfasl Shoes
ZKLI.NKH'S n a-hai-e, lu all s'yles, sre the b.,t In the olty.
Lt.hljH (.It o o eie- eimn, in all ehanre and sly las, are the nub-
pie- i ana oent in toe ifnileit Males.
7,Kl,LNKH'.-i Hint.' Nhiira are the best Ihnt nre made.
KKLLNBK'A liii(lr.-ii-i. Nkors will save yoo money.
y.ULl.NH'K'S i.xll.-o' Mliora ! HI ira are the hand
auniest, shapellent ind most stylleh. ard are chen-sr than any
nines 1 1 eiuai grane
ZKI.LNCR'S - I.ikII.k' lilil lltsst.it NIiwm,
with ilk Mrtt d b-itt n ln-lui, are tho greatest bar-
Mllltl. inn hltVM IMrll.
CORSET SHOES For WEAK AM hLES Sole Agents
arSend your orders or ooine and eiiim'ne thuir senl as ortment ol FINKUJ0TS.
S110KS ANL M.Ui'KKS -a
SZST3XjIjlri3H. tte CO KOO IVlyVIINT HTRBBT,
aarlllnstrateil OnlHlnvucs Pi-n' Kree on At'pMeatlnn.tai
AX IK VOICE
Just Received aud Will Do Shown
IN WOOLEN AND SILK
My SFRIN'I AND HITMMKK h'TOCK Is
now complete, ronsiting of the latest
and choicest de.igns In all the Novelties in
troduced in foreign markets. My seleatiot.s
re innde with great rare as to eoets and
ualltv. in order to offer to the nubile the
latest fashionable goods at reasonable vrioes.
uh to make sneoia mention of mr selec
tion of a large aMnr'tnent of th moet ele
gant designs in f..NJI,lfIS IIIOI MCmn,
which are now ready lor the inspeutioa of
my lriands and the public, at my eld ita.d,
Cor. N(Mnd and JcfTcrHon Nts.
DR. IL E. llULLINUTON,
867 Huln Hlreet, s JHemphlH, Tenn.
J. L. FROST,
Cor. Kecoud and Monroe nts,,
Would call attention of his frianda
and iiatrons to his
NEW KPItINU NTOCK,
Comprising the choicest and latest de
signs of Foreign Hoods in the market,
tlaving taken special care in their selec
tion, I am pleased to say to my customers
and public who favor me with a call, to
show tbem lines ol goods only fount in
Dry Goods, Notions, Hosiery,
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
Nos. 320 and 328 Mnln J5t., Memphis, Tenn.
WB ARB IN DATLY RK0KIPT iir"flre,l R ITLH R1M WI NVNMtltt
.M, whioh weotliir to th Trade unon the- most favorable terms. Our nrioea
a-lll compare favorably with those of auiy market in the tallied rtatee. We are Agents for
TeunetiKee Munufiuturlinf VA - 1'lnliN, lrlTs. Mheetliiu;, hliirtliif. Etc.
Tm nt TVrrTST rH O-AIilf.
(Ib'ft U TllUIIU . W ... m.. n. .. .....
0K0. W. TOM LIN.
TOMLIN & BENJES,
MANl KACTCBKrlS OF
Fine Carriages, Buggies, Extension Top & Lakes' Phaetons,
K0AI) WA(illS AM) SI'EEDINU ni'(J(JIHH.
WE HAVE TUH DAY F0RMHI)A "coAHTNKlSHIP AND PUnOHAJKD TNI
Msnula'ttir.ng Doiisrtuient oi the Woodruff Oiiyer (isrrlae and ll.rjl w .re ()o., and
leased the building in rear of their repotorr, ITH Main sires .where we shall retiUnae Use
business, and devote our eutird time and alinftion to serving our c,tiasrs. We ah as
ae nepairing a specialty ana guarantee urst-mes ok In all esses. yr Mr. lOMLlM
o oi tnis i
has had cbargo
i Faotury for years, and is too well known to require . eereaea.
Having sold our Manufacturing Department to Messrs.
fully recommend them In tier Man-is a"d customer..
WSMIIsHliry.OI.IVBH S'AIIBIAtll AMD WAaUK
TOMLIN k DIXJaU, we akear-
Crab Orchard Water-
- "r. eiRriiiiirH anu ntwrii, a r-itir'f
run f,,r tmryii Mirk rasttavlMS I
m wrniiMM' v run ' rriiH rn nnii- in rwnicu Piirnnirwi mi Htmii i.i in. No goiiulnn Ml to Hold In liulfe.
M f-WWH UHLHWITU 'MIC r CU PrODTH. W. JOFA Wfr, lubtvlll, Uf.
O.K. HOUCK fc Co.
No HSU Mnln N I root, McmplilN.
Pianos and Organs
AT LOWEST Pim-lX FOK MSH OK TIMIv.
Sheet Music and Books. Xow Pianos for T?ent
j. ts. Goon k co
aer Holders of JlislHlipl No.
Levee ISouds, Act 1N71, who desire
to toll set name, will do well to ad
dress at eaee,
W. If. II. tiilKf.y. l u'kaun, Mlw.
XVo. SX4 3Xa1zx mt.,
Uu Just rtcetred I large stock cf the
latest style, af
fASSIMEBEH AXD WORSTEDS
for Pants, which we wil mak. to order at
much Use than the usual prices. We will
make a good all-wool pants for eVfl Call
and examine our goods. Also, a complete
line of HENTB' FURNISllINti G'JODU
for the coming season at oar usual low
A. HE.VTER, SO. 214 MAIN ST.
PIANOS and ORGANS
Direct Irani Factory to Pnrckas.
era, aavlng 33 per cent. Wrlt
ilonto PicVens & Co., Memphis
TJIGH FOIt HATCHING.
Aud Commission McrrhnnlA
No. 31 and 3tt JHIndlNou ttrvvt. ffiuniali.
C. B. WHB3MAN.
raEE & mmm,
369 MAIN ST!. MEMPHIS. TENxV.
Boots and Shoes!
ADLER DRO. &C0.7261 IIIN ST
r : ' ev a I
Latest NoveUies in Footwear
FOR EPB1NO AJD EUMMER.
1LKUAKT Mf TUMI
A0RVT1 FPU THK FAM0U3
W. L. Douglas 5J.00 Ch!.' S!ioc
In flultoo, I.aoe and Congress.
- I l"strted C al gu and Pice-List
VMiT(tJ-i. on an Met'inn "aa
V.F.ISI NAVANI. aaaitJ Sasta.t. J. tt. m ialf,
GROCERS & COTTON FACTORS.