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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL SATURDAY. MAKCII 27, 1S86.
FIGHT WITH COWBOYS.
r0UR MEN KILLED AND THREE
WOUNDED.
Fatal (Joaml About a Board Bill
Xardcrer Hangeal A (Jueer
Verdict.
Foet Eu4ott, Tex., March 2ti.- For
Home time past the cowboys employed
on the Lone Star ranrh, near the town
of Tascosa, have teen accused of "ma
verickirrg" cattle that fell in their
way. On March 20th four beeves
owned bv a friend of L. E. Woodruff,
a bar-tender in Tascosa, disappeared,
and the Lone Star ranch cowboys are
accused of appropriating them, but
they strenuously deny the accusation.
Shortly after midnight on the 21st in
stant the inhabitants of the town
were aroused by a volley of rides and
Tevolvers. Among those who jumped
to their doors to ascertain the cause of
the trouble was Jesse SheeU, a hotel
proprietor. He hi hardly looked
out when a second fusilada was fired,
and he fell dead, riddled with bullet.
As soon as light could be procured
the citizens made an investigation
and found Ed King. Frank Valley
and Fred Chilton of the Lone Star
ranch dead, and Charles Emery and
the bar-tender, Woodruff, severely
wounded. It appears that the cowboys,
with a miscellaneous party, went to a
saloon to get a drink. After a quiet
conversation the "maverick" question
came up. Valley said that lie was
treil of the insinuations and added,
"By , I won't stand it." All
hands drew their weapons and began
firing, but the cowboys evidently had
the disadvantage, being the poorer
marksmen. The oilicers have ar
rested Charles Emery, ene of the
wounded men, John (tough, Kroun
as, "Catfish Kid," and Louis Iioris
mau. The prisoners claim that it was
a matter of annihilation for one side
or the other and they did the best
they could for their own lives, me
killing of Sheets was entirely unin
tentional as he was not connected
with the dispute in any way.
ratal quarrel A boot Board Bill
Chicaoo, 111., March 2ti.-Tlioma8
Twohey. who fatally stabbed Dennis
Kilrain last night, was arrested shortly
after and locked up. He claims that
the stabbins was done in self-defense,
They had quarreled about a board bill
whieu . Kilrain owed jure, iwoney,
Kilrain knocied him down and was
beating him. The prisoner's sister
savs she camo out of the house at this
juncture, and alleges that Kilrain was
about to Dlunee a knife into her
brother's breast, when she interferred
And received a severe cut in the right
arm. Twohey then stabbed his assail
ant in the neck witti a poi-Kei anne.
The girl is quite seriously injured.
A Queer Verdict.
YoimosTowN. O.. March 26. The
jury in the case of James Kundle, in
dicted for the murder of Jules (iil
mond, to the surprise of every one
brought in a verdict this morning of
guilty of assault and battery, after be
ing out twenty-four hours. (ii;mond,
who was nnunded over the head with
a billiard cuo until insonsiblo, died
within three days without recovering
consciousness.
Murderer linage d.
Chicago. Ill, March 20. Frank
Mulkow ki. the Pole who brutally
murdered Mrs. Agnes Kledzeick last
August, was hanged in the county
jail-yard in t is city at 32:10 o'clock
tins atternoon.
THE SOUTHERN CUATAUQUA,
The Narmal Kindergarten College
The ejplf Stream.
spioul TO thi irriiL.l
DkFuntak Si'binos.Fla., March 2d,
At the Florida Chautauqua Assembly
to-day a paper on the climatic enects
of the Gulf stream was read by Judge
O.R. Fanning. The learned lecturer ad
vanned a new theory in regard to its
origin and its futureeffectsonthecivill
zation of Europe. The Normal Kinder
garten College will close this session
on Monday. The Do Funiak Museum
of Natural History will remain open
iliirinp the summer months. Pr. W.
II. Carter of Tallahassee discourses of
celestial geography. Dr. O. r. itz
wrnlii of Nashville on delusions of
the aged and power and grandeur of
the ancient Irish civilization.
J0NESB0U0, ARK.
Caaea Before the Circuit Court Per
uial and Hew Kotea.
OORlKSrOXDIMCI OF TBI J.FFS4L.1
Jonbsbobo, Abk , March 28. Circuit
- Conn is yet in session. The following
are some of the cases disposed- of on
tbe criminal docket since my last Ut
ter: State vp. Ed Mooney, misdemean
or, submitted and fined $1Q; State vs.
Ike Lowrey, grand larceny, jury trial
and sentenced to one year in the peni
tentiary; State vs. Robert Williams,
misdemeanor, jury trial and ifiacd
$200; State vs. John Poor, giand Ur
ceny, Jury trial and sentenced to one
year in the pen tntiary.
Tbe grand jory was very diligent in
the discharge of its duties. It found
forty-two bills of indictment;, and fcai
bsen discharged. No very iinpoitait
civil cases have come np since labt
writing you. Court will adjourn to
morrow. Mrs. Margaret M. Cate, the inothf r
of Jadga Cate, diid at Pierce City,
Mo., on the 21st instant, gd .eighty
three ytare. The remain were
brought here for interment Tuesday
last. Tbe funeral was one i the
largest attended ever in Jonesboro.
Mr. T. G. Lynley, a farmer living
about ten miles from Jonesboro, had
the misfortune to lose his barn, to
gether with entire content, by fire
one day this week. He lost a large
lot of bay and grain and a what
thresher. Xss about f.250, with b
insurance. The fire origitared from a
burning tree in a field near by.
A hop will be given at the Commer
cial Heel to-night by the young pe
pie of Jonesboro in honor of their
friend, the Hon. W. 3. Ellington.
A lodge of Knights of Lbor was or
ganized here last Saturday with twenty-four
members. .Jonesboro has not
yet been affected bf the great sir.ke,
there being lo trocule with th? em-
lores on eitrn-r the Texas and St.
onis or tbe Kansas ti y, Spriogfield
and Memphis roirls, but our neighbor
towns a'ong the Knbfe branch oi tbe
St. Loch and Iron Mountain are be
ginning to feel tbe effects otitqaite
keenly, it being impossible to gut
freight from any direction, except bf
the lM wagon route. It may be rist,t
and proper for a lew thnusaid men to
be tbe means of paralyzing tue com
merce of entire Mate", but it will tike
vtry strong arinmsDU from th9 strik
ers to convince t1 e eoffdring people
tbat there is any justice in tuck pro
ceeding). We beiieve etroDgly in
seeing tbe lnhor.Dg man protected
and thiDk he ought to receive a lib
al comoechauijn for services per
rmed, but f.T the whet la of com
erce of vast eactions of country to be
crnn 1 t'fly rhKkeJ for tore petty
eriva -"c of oie mm is certainly car
nir.. . t'oui'l" to t-TTi'mes.
P U Jobbtou, ttc na time a citizen
of this conn'v. rut now of Bentnn-
ille, this siatj has b(u here c r
tul t'rg amonic'olrl frier da this week.
J F. Leslie, late ( f the funk Lind
country.is row a cic'zn nf Jor.atboio,
and bs orited tmnsell tn Dusimsj
with A. M Pav a. l. m
BOOKS AND BOOKMAKERS.
A xiw English dictionary is coming
out, with 24U,(HKI words.
Oveb 100.000 Christmas cards are
sent out of Great iiritain annually.
Tbk public libraries of France have
4 500.000 volumes, of which 1,.m0,U00
are in Paris.
Thi Salvation Army distributel last
year in thirteen languages 23,470,800
publications.
Oi-itk a number of stationers anil
paper men have recently been elected
to the London School Board.
Tub complaint of the Belgian print
ers against prison labor is to be exam
ined into by the government.
An international exhibition is to be
held at Liverpool. Paper, stationery,
printing and book binding will be ex
tensively exhibited.
A Frniti economist estimates the
value of the paier made in the I'nited
States and Europe at $ 00,000,0. 0 per
annum: its weight is 15,000,000 tons
The Hoffman House is about get
ting out a catalogue that will cost 20,
(XXI. The ink used cost t30 a pound.
The catalogue will contain sixty-eight
pages.
Station KB8 on both sides of the
water are discovering that good sta
tionery pays, while poorer qualities do
not. Home inaniilactnrers nave ueen
ong time milking this discovery.
Stationeiis. paper makers and
printers in Great Uritain are being se
lected for public positions much more
generally than elsewhere. There it is
regarded as an honor, here a dishonor.
"Paper, and Piikks," published in
Philadelphia, still holds its own as
one ot the most uselul publications
devoted to paper makers, pressmen,
compositors, job printers and pub
lishers.
Over 2000 women are compositors
in Paris and are giving the male print
ers a good ceal of trouble because of
low-priced labor. Book-work is going
to Paris from the provinces on this ac
count. An inVrnational exhibition will bo
held at Edinburgh May 4. C ass 5
will include paper, stationery, etc.;
Class It. educational, technical and
scientific books and appliances; (Mans
14 will include maps, globes and dia
grams, etc.
English paper makers report quito
an increase in paper export. Imports
of foreign paper fall off in quantity
but increase in value. Durinu nine
months last year, one-half million dol
lars' worth of foreign stationery was
imported into England.
In a certa n Austrian town thirty
female printers were introduced. 'I he
typographical society adopted a novel
wav of removing them, it took some
two or three years to do it, but it was
accomplished at last, by the gins an
becoming the wives oi the p inters.
Tub Senate Committee on Patents
will hear further testimony before it
makes its report upon the interna
tional copyriifht bill. The committee
will do well to take note of this one
proposition: No cop right bill can or
ought to be passed which makes for
eign books contraband and American
books unnecessarily dear. The foreign
author's right of proierty in the pro
ducts of his pen should be recognized
and protected here. The American
publisher's ri.ht to make money in
his business is already recognized
and is amply protected by the present
25 per cent, duty upon imported
books.
Catalooues are increasing in cost,
beauty and expansiveness. One New
Yor silver house is paying out $100,
000 for an edition of 7000 copies, to
contain 400 pages, or 4(00 words, with
steel engravings, photographic and
lithographic sketches. This book
weiirhs fourteen pounds. The edition
consumed for y-hve tons of the finest
and heaviest calendered paper; twelve
tons of card-board, 3000 yards of the
finest silk cloth for covers. The press
work for the 7000 copies cost $:KK);
210,000 sheets of gold leaf and 4H.O0O
sheets of silver leaf were used. As
many as fifteen tints have been used in
some of these catalogues; three colors
are uscu on the covers.
A new department which will be
opened in Lippincotl a Monthly Magazine
for April promises to prove of unusual
interest. It will be called "Our Expe
rience Meetings," and will afford a
sort of public confessional for promi
nent men and women of all callings
and classes who feel autobiographi
cal ly disposed. To the April meeting
Julian Hawthorne contributes "My
Literary Autobiography;" Edgar Faw
cett, "A Few Literary Experiences;"
and Joel Chandler Harris, a semi
humorous sketch of his own career
under the title of "An Accidental
Author." In early numbers will ap
pear "The Experiences of an Amateur
Header," by Mrs. James Brown Potter,
in which the "'Ostler Joe" episode
will for the first time be placed in a
i orrect light before the public ; "How
I Became an Author," by Hen y Gre
ville; "Literary Confessions of a West
ern Poetess," by Ella Wheeler Wil
cox; "Experiences of an Art Model,"
by Charlotte Adams, etc.
Fvnk A Wag k alls, in a lengthy
cad, successfully defend themselves
aga nst the aspersions of the Brook
lyn Union for having divided the
H000 prize offered for the name of
the autlior of the "Hinting Bali," be
tween the 200 or ;H) persons who
made the right guess, and they say :
It is not true that we have not kept
the letter and spirit of the contract in
our offer. We did not compel the
persons w&o guessed oorreetly to take
pay in our books. We gave them the
option of taking books at a discount
or cash. The fact is that nine-tenths
of the amount was paid in cash, and
the other teeth was not paid in cash
only because the "guesse.rs" preferred
the books. We went beyond the let
ter of our offer. By our offer the
money was to be paid when 10,000
copies were sold. Ten thousand copies
were not sold only 000 were dis
posed oL We m ere under no obliga
tion to pay tho money now. We
would have been perfectly fair had
we refused to distribute the money
until the ten thousanth copy had
teen dbqwsed of, which might not
have been for twelve nionths or more,
perhaps never.
Henry' Carbolic Halve.
The best salve used in the world for
Cuts, Bruises, Piles, Sores, Ulcers, Salt
Rheum, Tetter, Chapped ILmds, Chil
blains, Corns, and all kimU of Skin
Eruptions, Freckles, anil Pimples.
The SaJve is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction in every case. Be
sure you gi't Henry's Carbolic Salve,
as all others are but imitations and
counterfeits.
THE .LOME LOTTERY
PRAWN IX THE PRESENCE OP A
LARUE CROWD.
rresrfs in Tnwa and (onatry
Ibe Mrlke and ths Strikers
Rlghta of Labor.
Icotauroxnixci or tux irrxiL.I
Tv.ik K. Ark.. March 1 5. The town
is full of people from the country who
have come to seethe distribution of
prizes in the lnoke lmmit lottery
scheme of distributing prir.es to sub
serbers. 1 here are alsmt trO ticket i
to draw for t'KK) worth of prir.es rang
ing from a 50 wagon to f0 cents me
-all goods in the stores or snlwrip
tioiisto papers except a couple of
books and twenty-live prize oi i
each. The drawing is to take place at
1 o'clock to-day, and all the country
people want to see it.
W e had a little excitement yesterday
caused bv a residence in a thickly set
tled pir.t'of the town catching fire from
stovepiie run through inenmi whu-
out any nu. The wind was high, ami
the result would have been terrible
but for the. prompt response oi hun
dreds of men, who covered the house
and deluged it with water in a few
momenta. One of aur cilixens claims
that if Ixnoko was in hades they
would extinguish it.
That our town is on a long ami lcr
mmient Imntn is evident. We have
seve al new firms owned lately, and
.... , . i.i r..- l.nni
the old nrms "are loaoeu mi nm
(but they are kicking at the strikers
about groceries and provision ship
ments), many handsome new build
ings are up or in course of construc
tion, and others being materially and
handsomely improved The fine brick
Presbyterian church has been plas
tered and handsomely finished; many
improvements made, too numerous to
mention. In the country a very great
deal of new land is opened, and gins
ami mills are being put up in consid
erable nuinlier. Everything indicates
thrift, except that all hands swear
they have got no money ; nevertheless
several hundred line mules havo been
sol.l . uriiig the winter and spring.and
more are being brought in on orders
or otherwise.
The strike is discussed in all ita
bearings, and the present status of the
strikers univo sally condemned. Mer
chants and farmers do not recognize
the right of tho strikers, cither to pre
vent other men taking their places or
their interference with the prom-rty
of the roads, or their demand to bo re
employed. They unite in saying it is
depriving the owners of the usufruct
of their property, and that if they suc
ceed they will be in a better situation
as laborers than owners of the roads.
'1'hev favor prompt suppression of it,
as its success would imperil the rights
of every property owner who employs
laborers. Aside'from the fact that it
is an attempt of 21X1.000 men to d(
strov the business of tho country and
the interests of 50,000,000 people, if it
was confined to A kansiia it would not
last twentv-foiir hours longer.
A Mr. Gross had a boy bitten by u
mad dog Inst week.
The roller skater in England's
opera-house is in full blast ogam.
The county oilicers are now com
fortably iiaitered in tbe new court
house ami nro at work beautify.
ing the square. It is to be fenced at
once, shade trees set out and of course
ilowersi w ill then be planted and the
comfort supplemented with luxury, to
say nothing of wealth. It is tempting
the wheelers and grangers who are
now anxious to get some of the chick
en pie. There are few without guile
now. 1
Capt. William Good mm, the ores
ent Clerk, has decided he will not
again be a candidate for the office he
has so often and faithfully filled. He
was Clerk many years before the wbt,
and Boon after ita close assisted the
Clerk under tho Murphy regime; then
came reconstruction, which left him
out, but in 1 S74 bo wei.t in again, and
has held it ever since. He was Clerk
of Prairie county, from which this
was' in part formed, and the records
bear his namo for many years. It
will not appear natural to see another
in his place, but he has grown old in
faithful service and wanta to rest and
have recreation. The race for his
place will be between George M. Chap
lino and Billy Pyburn, and the man
that can guess the winner will make a
pile.
Circuit Court for the Southern dis
trict of Prairie county was held at
Devall's Bluff last wee and a number
of patriotic young men gallantly gave
largely of their means to tho general
welfare of the county as well asdivers
attorneys who, no doubt, appreciate
both their means and generosity very
much. He that giveth to the poor
lendeth to the Lord This will com
fort them both. They will not do so
again. Some thirty misdemeanors
were disposed of and thirty or forty
new bills for misdemeanors returned
by the grand jury with a very com
plimentary report to the court. This
court conflicted with Monroe, which
thereby lost a term. Mandamus was
brought to compel Judge Sanders to
hold the Monroe Court instead of that,
but the court sustained him in bis
viewa.
The judge (Sanders) is a candidate
for re-election and will no doubt suc
ceed, as it would in my judgment be
a public calamity to defeat him. Dur
ing the last eighteen years 1 have
practiced before tho judges in five or
six circuits and not desiring to dis
parage any other of said judges I think
be is by far the best circuit judge 1
ever appeared before in the State. He
is an educated man and educated law
yer, a polished gentleman and scholar,
and a well-balanced and profound
jurist. That I differ with his judg
ment at times goes without saying,
etc., but I trust for the public good
he may be re-elected in that circuit.
The lodges of K. of P. and K. of II.
are in flourishing condition hero now
and tlie accessions of memliers are
considerable. The prompt payments
of lienelita has been remarked by
many, who are disposed to provide
for their families, and it is becoming
very popular now to make such pro
vision. Political jliscussioos are just now
beginning here. The issue bids fair
to lie the question of a new con-titu-tion,
and, in default of that, the alol
isiiing of the mortgage system and the
utririous rates of protit charged on
fanners' accounts. It is astonishing to
hear politicians recount how many
men who, when in good shape, began
to mortgage, in a few years became
bankrupt and lost all their property.
There is more truth than poetry in
their statements, too, but just who is
to d liver them, and how, are the
questions to be settled.
Mr. Uoedbar exhibit! a new style
cotton planter, which one of our car
penters will patent. It is very simple
and a most excellent planter; it covers
the defects of all other patented plant
ers. SIHLEV.
Ckntbal NcassY, No. 09 Market
'treet, is the nearo-t P;ace in tbe city
for plants and cut flowers.
- v.i. .Am km'i tww kMd' "r tin hnVnIt tthim utt Mha al
hZaaTihaV ! aufcriuf U cuhJ by ., SiMlSS:
tmdacbea. Relief mnjr be had from Notyoui, ouuaa. lm. ii.bc
Nwinltflc, or tilc-x Headache tjr Uie uao of, Rma. SI. P.. 8t Paul. Worn.
.rTv. . . Which la not a cure-all, but1 "Tt Tnmaunx In w-ot o Hmimlrto
SttvCfcOtoM w.bta a cur. for Ncnjo,- gjJjUjJJ-
Headache, NeoralKia, Rheumatism, hclatli; O U Nuxtom. m. D "-n Y . Ohio.
ndUout. NopniiTictarymwlli-lnohafeTerl - Trrni ai tki h. !rri; ri.oa rood t rk ki tvo
obtained sorb strung tudunciucnt Hum ue oaataul baiiul H.w w "
medical profwaion. Thi.i HaAK. M D .SUbManKn
FOR BALK BY All. DRrOOIFTS. MICH ONK DOLLAR I'KR BOTT1J.
A A. MELUFff, S.J. Pr. TOW and til WASIirs.lTOW AVUim ST LOI'lB
THE LIYERMORE FOUNDRY AND MACHINE COMPANY.
FOUNDRY & MACHINE DEPT. KM) to 174 Atlanta St., Memphis.
Brata
Casting, ,
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EniiSi.? vPsrr ,wim i
Bar Iroa,
Bailer Iraa,
Hta,na
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Abi Iraa,
Clear ra I
Btrpaira.
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FJJ L. ... ....
Railway
Nappllva.
IRON & RAILWAY SUPPLY DEP'T, 226 and 838 Second St.
In M. Un.rtm.nt tn JOHN MANOUUB.)
rVr'te in for informntiow NV 'HUSH In a'thCTjIna.
DILLARD & COFFIN,
COTTON FACTORS
tfcniiiii, Ten. i.
tSr rnali Atlvwncyw lo rHr'..wt)iai mid Plutitera.
MANHATTAN
SAVINGS
AND TRUST COMPANY.
DOAnD OJE TIlTJSTB ES.
8. 0. HERNDON.
jobs calhoon.
HERNDON & CALHOON,
MERCHANDISE BROKERS
And Mannra-turerV Agent,
254Ssind St., Konm K and 9, Ilp-Mnlra. HemphU. Trim. Ta1irina 754.
W. A. GAGE & CO.
Cotton Factors,
No. 300 Front N treet, t Mem?ili!f, Teuii
J. O. HANDWRRKER.
DAVID P. HADDKN,
NAPOLEON nilX. MrCIIAKL flAVIN,
If till HAN Ml I. lUUHIAn r"l' l't f' I JL.7Z ' . .. , ' , '
h"u HhVhiKS: T. II. MILMIKN. J AM fcH A, UM UhRU,
w . T . -r..L im I' , ,1 SI i . I LlllVI H'Ui'll I II 1 1. 1 In I I II.
SW 18 HOBINSON. WM. KAT iliNBKBQBBi HARX)Wl5pHliH.
M-DepoalU raoaivtd In auma of H and uiarI, and lntaraat allowad on aam Seml-
a-w!Ubi'and aell local Inatment Bondi and 8acrltlaa aren r a.1 1 y . p, t . u
tonalaaa, and, in fenaral, axaouU any financial builu.n raquirint a a&fa and raapomlbl
nr'tlaVa'an draftn, In nmi to altpnrha-ri, on all parla of Earona. i
mr Wi bare a eomraodloua Vault for tba depont 01 Taluablea, wbioh ia at tba aarvioa ol
our ouitomam, Vrt or I barge.
D. P. 1IAUUEN, rreldent. EffI). HOLOSMITU, T Ice-President
JAUIEH TUTHAN. rhlpr.
Jotaa .alllraa.
Iboa. Clark.
1. Vlar
Wholesale Grocer, Cotton Factor
And Commission Merchants,
232 and 234 Front St., Mempbis, ?enu
MRTWEKN ADAMS AND IBrrKBNOH.
Mr.'I. N. KAINEY devotei hlihol tlma to tho walrhlni nd aa'a of alt Cotton anUuaUd
L1IMBER YARD !
BttiCarirtsiaiict'iCo
Itrlnklov. Ark.. Maunfuotnrern f
YELLOW PINE AND OAK LUMBER,
ADD DMLLBa in
Doom, Sutb, Bllnlf, IlresHPd Floorluir, Olllnr. Weather-Botrdlng,
. f'vnri'HM NkliiKleit. LulhH, Klc
ju.il!. i.. ... .H, mill In tha Rnnth for 111 Idc or den promptly.
Tr ..."J ' ..I' ,.' . ui u.... I.,l,., .nrt Khinnlaa a loaoiallft alao, Kramina
riouruia, rr- , - u..ri ......I c.t.,,. Itrd.r.
Lumber or all dlmenaioni. wa maaa ids " """
aolleitad and promptly flllad.
GEO. I5AYr,fIL.I-EIt, AGENT,
No. 124 Jefferson Street Memphis. Temicwfte,
C. K. WITK3M AN.
! i - I EDMUND MoOEUEE.
H'GEHEE & WITESHAN,
1 GROCERS,
STAPLE MR
369 MAIN ST!, MEMPHIS. TENlff.
ADLEE 6R0. & G0..261 OAIN ST
WI.DOUGLAS'
S3.00
ru ts -a
Latest Novelties in Footwear
FOR 6PRIN0 AND BUMMER.
ELXGABT "TTLKSI
HUPKRIOR WODHIlHHir
lowim pbijemi
AGENTS FOR TUB FAMOUS
W. L. Douglas 13.00 Calf Shoes
In Button, Lao and Conirau.
M Illudtratod Cataloraa and Prloa-Llat
Mailed rrao on aino'inn.-
HILL, FONTAINE & GO.
Cotton Factors and Wholesale Grocers
0-28 Front St., IemphU, Tenn.
HILL, FOAe & 00.
Cotton Factors, Commission erchants,
Tffo. IIP Month TWaln Ht., t.. LonU
L.D MULLIN8.of laU J. B. flodwln A Co. JAB. TONflB. lata of 1. W. Caldwell A Cc
MULLINS & YONGE,
Cotton Factors & Com mission Herchants
No. 1 Howard's Row, Cor. Front and Union, Memphis.
Mmer.f hornton Ik Go
Cotton Factors, Wholesale Grocers,
No. 300 Front street, : Meniphi, Teiin.
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Chickasaw Ironworks
JOHN E. KAM)LK A ( 0., I'KOPB'f
98 Second St. Memphis. Tei.n.
FUNDEKS & MACHINISTS.
MANUFACTURKRS AND DKALKrVJ JJf
aiKina'N, ItollrrM, Nuwiuilln,
BrHllori Corn Mini WhrHl Mill-,
Cotton lriM, Cotton iiitv
Nbaninff, lully, ' i .
MPLt laL, NwrX'IC We are prepared to III ordera,
oa notloa, for tha oalo. raud aaoJlar la(e(
Wreeii" .- Pullet. We earrf ia atook oa
Two Hundred Aeoril Maa.
aari'Und for fetalnrne and Prli-Hw. .
8LEDGE BROS., of Como, Hiss. r.M.NORrLEET,Beldetrartoier.
SLEDGE WRFLEE
COTTON FACTORS,
No. Fr-OTit Street MetwTtliU'
THE MUfDAL LIFE INS. C
Hit II4K1 A. MctHUDY, t t t I J Prftjldent.
,1HSET, :::::: $100,000,000
Nurrratlrr Valowa ladonoel oa PoMclra. Ma rarfrllora. Caaapa
la ba World.
JNO. F. WILKBRSON, Agent,
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WO. 2 I Oil Oil KJaCimilKO lilinuiim. nrmuiw.
NAPOLEON MILL, President. W. N. WILEERSON,Ylee.Prlleail
11. J. JUlnn, vauiiiicie
lllllilll:', l!l I1,1 Fl f IU( litJl 1113. i;
DOES A UBNEBAE, FIRS AB MARINR Bt'NINENS.
A QUARTER OF A MILLION'OOLLARS FULL PAID CAPITAL
T3XTijaoYoimti m .
D. WWTMIIWM., D WM. I. COL J A MKo KLl. D J- '
OflleeIO Wlaallwaaii Wlreet. yaTennlilw. Tenn
B. WITZMAWEO" s Co
WhoIetuAle Iealen and Pnbllahof,
Sola AtenU for tha lollowlni rirat-Olaea InetromenUi
Steinwav nnil KLnctTD
j,aarri a uru haboh HAaanw, i.oi uh j warrkb, chiJ
ar A NEW T-0CPIAVH PIANO FOR O.-a. .
Write tor 0Ulomi. Not, and 83(1 M l M) WT MKMPHl
D.T.POBTEK. '
Ka.-c. MH. . i. PUWTi SH, TATLOB A V-
Cotton Factor
WO. IOO FRONT STREET. . i MEMPHT.TOt
1
mm & go.,
ANDREW BTEWART,KowOrloni. AMDREW D. QWYKNB, Mempiul
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WholesaleGrocers, CotJactor;.
2BO.S06 AMD 858 OlOXT HTIIHET, IIOfPHlS, TEOTI
AID
STEWART BROTHERS & COMPMI
COTTON FACT0ILS AND COMMISSION jUUiVJiAX.iv,
NEW OnLEANS, jMriSIAlA.
CHESS
CARLEY
C
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Oils cfij ZNTctxrctl JStoiree:
Olllce, 349 Front Street, MemphlB, Tenn.
New Octririctero Firm
OE0. W. T0MLIN.
WM. BKNJES.
TOMLIN & BENJES,
MANCFACTURER8 OF
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rine uarnaaBs, ouytjic, tAiciiaiun ! . .........
ROAD WAO0NSAND SPEEDING BUQU1ES.
n .tr .nnuin i Pi i? k H TM KRSIIIP AND PURCHASED T!
iM had ohr. of inii r Factor Cor year,, and ia Uo well anown lo reqo.ra leleraaoa.
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Ha,int aold our Manniaflinnnr iir""' i
full, recommend 'iyyg'' AKO H 4ftlW4Wf! Q
O.KeHOUCE:&Co
No. 389 Main Street, Memphis.
Pianos and Organ;
lATiLOWENTlPIlICESIFOtt CASIIJOU3TIME.fi
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