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G
HEWITT ASD THE TARIFF.
TBI
KIND OF BILL TU1T
WILL FA YOB.
HE
It Skoald limit Haw Material Free
f Datj, sad SboaJd Be Accept
able te tbe De moeracj.
Washington Mter to tbe Philadel
phia lima: id acaonnn wnicn
Lara bean circulated concerning tbe
differences aappoaed to x!s
among tbe members cf tbe
majority cl tbe Committee on Wayi
and Meana on tne tana cave Detn
largily sensational. Mr. Mills, wbo
bat a bill o( bia own to propcie,ia not
disposed to gi abad qaite aa rapidly
as Mr. Ilon-iaon, bat be doea fa Tor tbe
pa wise of atari fl bill at tbe present ses
aion which will t: rmalate the promUei
a i well as the principles 01 the JJemo
era'icputroa that question. On this
Jroint tbere Is DO dir agreement, there
ore tbe form of a "proposed bill will
bare reference t paity unity on lbs
tariff.
Abram 8. Hewitt, who is the only
member of tbe majority on tbe com
anittee1 who ba any adequate cwnpre
hsn.icn of this parplextng problem in
public economy, in conversation aaid :
"We have been bearing a great deil
abdW a ttriff bill. Nj measDrs of tbe
kind baa been prepared by tbe com
miltoe and none introduced by it an
thdritjr, tnerfore what Lai been done
bai btes perhaua in advance of a Ion
lea1 ronslderation ol the question ol
eqna ix dr the duties on import."
''Hiia lii rrt been a change of front?"
''Not at all. Speaking for myself, I
have never rhaoged my views on the
qnestion. I have been greatly abustd
oa account tf bills which have been
prepared on the tariff, and for which I
have never been responsible. In a
mtawre so swelling in ha operations
and Influence at.d in tbe intercuts af
fected it wooM.'be wise to canvass the
situation ,;T.'ore antlcitiking too
much. It it aomewbnt hazardous tn
nndmtaka t) antag m u the orgarii2d
interests tf pnaerfal industries. Take
the mat er of iron and steel. There
are fifty-five members of tbe majority
in the IJouae who represent cmditu
nniis mnre or 1m interested In irr n
and kteel industries. Now this lu it
self ji a f irmidabis power. The same
thing, however, could not be said cf
mny
"ther
lodartrr.
In the maitir of
tex'lW nMtflrv. ..:; are. thise In
dustries might'be silJ h be iocs', ;ad
therefore the central iutertats of the
r inntry but aliiihtly affected. Fall
River. Mas"., several pointa in Rhode
Island and the vicinity cf Phlladc 1
phia take in tbe great maw of textile
establishimn r. Tn nton and one or
two other potnU woulJ cover potteiy,
and so on. Iran and itenl, however,
are not local, tnd therefore to adjust
that schedule in valves elements which
cannot be diareiiaidwl."
Then yon think that a tariff bill
will be prepared which will pan?",
"I most aaauredly do. But it will,
in my opinion, begin at the founda
tion. For my part, I have always in
sisted upon free taw mateilals and
nothing more for the p.esent. ,1 be
lieve if we can get the raw materials
of manufacture fiee it will so ifhei pin
the cont of the materials ( f production
that American labor will be able to;
only ti lio'd It own, but advance in
tbe ten In of wages. I believe in main
taining lbs standard of American la
bor, an 1 we have now a "practical il
lustration of the fact tl at the preset t
system dxs not do thjut. The ten
dency ol American wsa.es has been
downward, and withthe ret uu of
active markets, labor, its eh iris to
get back to it old standard, has rt-
sorira w siriaes, lo.uunately not at
tended with violent. I am not say
ing anyminv at'pit manufacturers
They, in many branchea, a.e liaudi
capped by tbe high coat of raw mate
rials." "What is voufideao! a bill which
wonld pass 7"
"I bave no authority to sprak f jr
the committee, but. speaking for my
self, I a n aati fled tint the fl-st step
ehonld be a bill for the admission of
all raw muteiUla free of . duty,: By
that I ant an W ol, lumber, coal, stl ,
hemp, mania, jute, iron, sulphur,
coppsr ana lead oiei, stone, earths or
clay, to."
'That port! m of a bill before the
commlltie was agreed to in commit
tee." '
' Sq it a reported In the press,
bad I presume that information was
obtained fmm autbentio aourtci."
HYoa include iron ore in tbe list?"
Ttar waa in a bill, as the public
were) tn'ormed, snd was agreed tn.
What the committee may do in the
future I im notable to say. I s'i.11
iaatat, t s I a'ways have, that iron ore
board go on the free list with other
raw materiuU. When you reach tbe
pcuit ol repulating tbe duties on
ananatactar d a t c.s y u enter the
more' eemolu-a ed branches of the
problem tl an tqnitable aijuatmsnt
ol dot On pig-iron the present
duty to abeo ntely p'ohlbltory on the
common trade ol ,r m, but when yon
eoxna tn the high grades, like sp:egl
eiaen, that-fleet is net the same. The
same might be said of Ruseian ehrnt
iron, wo t"i about a shilling a pound.
In my opinion, in former attempts to
aljosl the tariff too much baa been
undertaken at one t tne. I believe
tbia roii t haa been realised and tbe
coarse to be pursued as a met sure of
party pilicy, epeaiirg at my own
opinion, is to pa a a bill putting all
raw materials t n tbe free 1st andl.t
that go iiiio operation at one. By
the time the nex Corges
a"cinbles we wi.l know bt
etT.-ct it h had nprn
Indra'rie.. It w ll then be pructicahle
to deimii e upon wl a', manufacture i
att' l-s and io what decree duties cn
be reduced wnhjut i-jmy to lihor.
This ''e bat I have always contended
for. H-i(inat t'lo t o totu and wo-k
np. The bi I which has t een 'al-d
about so o uch he liml thb fault f nil
it pre1ecf s ir. 1 think yon ml. find
that the lait expniience will l ad t a
u;fer action a id a linked parly." .
"ll.ve yji,r Ciulrencs with the
Conservative wiiin of tde mi irity iu
the il nse I e 'UKhtiBtdctorj ? '
"I lava bad' roiifcrnrjces wi'h io
one, i o' baa fie committee, as far ra I
Lave I en mforuied. What may l.av
been d n individually Idon'iknow "
Mr. Hewrt very emphatically re
pea'e 1 rile a atniem that a bill would
b f rmidat.d which would coer the
points of i i j c i m n-isfd I y persona
jvp-peei tijg iiiitnt-ttial coniiiituenoe,
and thai it wonl I be a Mil upon which
tbe Di-m-catic (a-ty could jo o the
country in theC-itiKieteional fli riotie.
, w en A.h.Te lB , ro.
Nxw Yokk, March Si.-Mews this
morning from Qnoge nays that the
German aU-amer Knrona, londod with
enL-ar from New York, w-nt axbore
off thia plm at 11 o'clock lat ni)rht.
CapU Jca.iup and crew of the Life
KivjriK etation went to the eUamcr
end brought the first mate lu-liotv.
J-veryhoily on hoard aie cunifortable.
The veawd lice eacyand is uninjured.
The aca is quiet. Thu vcnaol loHt ht r
Learirji in the heavy fog. The aca
offQuoge is rxx ruing heavier and
breakers prevent the Life Saving crew
from going out to tbe etranded vewwd.
She has ijrnalled for a-iirtance by
rockets, and lines are now being fired
to her. The crew w ill be brought
ashore. The veeeol lies on the outer
bar. in ahnnt n(v-tivo fiM-t of water,
Turn have been tvWraphed for, and
if the weather is not too routrli they may
get her off at high tide. The Kuropa
u from Antwerp.
ABOUT WOMEN.
Mink K ats Fjki.d argiies that women
ought to be the more sucrcaHful in
public frx-aiiiff becaiiBe audiences
hear with their eyes."
Mihh Ki.izabkth Phhoiiy : "No girl
should marry till she meets with some
one whom she fuels to be the satietac-
tion of her ideal, in the spirit if not
entirely so in the form of his charac
ter ; nor ever aacrirlce to cin'timatancea
or personal influence her absolute
freedom to chixwe for herself "
Wakhinoton llnniMxcan: It is a
pretty pathetic coincidence that the
witeot the successor to Senator John
I. Miller should have spent the win
ter here entertaining quietly and ele
gantly and learning the intricate ways
nu etiiiuotte ot the ranital. also learn
ing to OiNtinifiiUh the unknowable
delicacies of the situation to which
she has since been called. ;
Ah onb good hUm in thu race for
novelty the IlrouUun Mitnuin has an
article made up of the opinions of
twenty American women on the
tieetion, When ought girla to marry?
nu oi compliment to the women and
to make their opinions sought after
they are called (anions nnjaome of
them are pretty widely known. With
characteristic prompt inciHiveneseMrs.
Ixitiis Chandler Moulton says. HrHt,
'show mo your girl." Somo girls aro
women nt sixteen, eighteen, twenty,
and somo women nre girls at thirty,
forty, sixty; so it all depends. And
really much of the wisdom of these,
famous women is but a slight varia
tion on Mi's. Monlhin's idea.
Mia. Ki.i, Wiirki.iii, Wn nix writes
Chicago friend: "1 have been so
licited by the editor of Liip mult't
Mtuj izine to contribute a paper to the
series soon to ho published under tho
title of 'Our Kxperience Meeting,' ho
ing the experiences of authors, inter
spersed with aneedyh'. Julian Haw
thornu and Kdgar Fowcctt titHo tliV
lead in tins series so you see J am in
good company. I haveJiiHt finished
my pancr. I have seen
proof sheets of Mr. Hawthorne's and
Mr, Faweett's articles and thev are n-
huiselv ia'tresting.'' JmwniUCu re
Mrs. Wilcox is soon to have a poem
In tho Century, and has already dis
poned of five poems to St. A'icioon, we
feel warrunted in saying that she has
caught on in lino stylo in the effete
east.
TOE COMING BONNET.
0, aim '-r the tnlui and tha skill
Ofmilllnaitwlio-atrHd.il
Tn m- t the f' no e, curb th wl 1
And crown ibo hanJauiuUdiol
Tho b rd wr rhnt a rnar (u,
To trim h. EnHer bnnnot)
But nw i hay put th. thinm that (row
In raaikot nrJon on it
Tho rtotble nd Rowan and frnlU,
Tiimnto, m, lh, carrot.
U"tiPiiin or tht bud. a ami tw
The lady who uiuat wonr it.
A tu nip, on a curving brim,
Will hnld it in pnaitinn :
A carrot h. aoino Imly'a wnim,
io indicate uuiiB.lun 1
And iinlor, odoroua and vounir,
That a d tho loan In IVI1'(,
On uiournlm bnntietn wl I be hunf
To ium k th. u i.t ap, ailing.
Th" hat or bonn.t moat cmnplete, t
Tb ny of h II women,
Will b. tht on with himei' beot
Amid tha lard.n trimmin'.
Cu'um&ai Pitpatoh.
Thky toll a funny story about a cer
tain Chicago society lady und Herr
Hylva, t.'.o tenor rohusto of tho Uer
man opera troupe. It seems that
thin lady wanted to give a grand so
ciety splurge nt her palatial residence,
and she was especially ambitious to
regalo her honorod guests with tho
ruleet strains of Herr Hylva's vocal
organs. Accordingly she secured an
introduction to the Ocruiun tenor, and
at once she invited him to graco her
spacious drawing-rooms with bis
presence, and to ravish tho atmos
phere circumambient thereof with his
tuneful melodies. 'Jo impress tho
Teutonic troubadour with the awful
grandeur of thu distinction alio was
conferring upon him, as well as the
extraordinary solemnity of tho con
templated event, tho lady said: "J ho
allUtr will be very rcchercho; wo aro
to have a dinting ished company, bu
jierb floral decorations, a perfectly
lovely o cheat m, and' delightful re
freshments!" "Achl mein tiott in
himmell" cried the minstrel from
over the It hi no, "der flowers und der
gompany und der refreshments ces
very goot, hut how was dyso dings go
ing to buy brndo und burxer for inino
frau und babbies?"
New Yeitx Tribute "It is a bad
day outside, bo I propose we all come
down into the front seats and make
this a family party," said Miss Kate
Field yesterdav, as she U-amod on the
two hundred ladies who had gone to
Chlckering H til to hear her lecture on
"Polygamy in Utah." Among other
things she said:. 'To my mind tho
blac-.-' carted disloyalty of tho Mor
mon Church is the important issue.
Polygamy 'is not the corner stono of
the church. Apostle John Taylor de
nounced it while ho had seven wives
in Salt Lake City and was paying at
tention to a young woman in the Isle
of Jersey. John Taylor is now tho
president of the church, its mouth
piece a pretty sort cf nu organisation
it must be tohavesuch n mouthpiece."
The lecturer then told a number of
stories related to her by Mormon wives
during bur year's sojourn in Utah,
stories of mental angub h und misery
endured from compulsion and fr'm
religious fanaticism. "Sow, isn't this
a state of things for us to be ashamed
of those of us who vote?" asked .Miss
Field, and the simultaneous thump of
two hundred umbrella left no ques
tion of the convictions of herandivnee.
Tiik North Rroad street Presbyterian
church, at the corner of (ireen street,
Philadelphia, was crowded on the
nitiht of March 20th. If was tho an
niversary of the Foreign Missionary
Society of the church, and a lady
from India told of tho etlorta to
Christianize the nativi of her own
land, l'undita Kumsbal, a high-ca tu
Brahmin lady, wbo has Wen in tho
city for some weeks and who recently
lectured at Association Hull and else
where, was introduced . to the large
audicuco by the Rev. lr. Harper.
She was dressed in native costume.
Around a drab-colored dresa was
thrown a white mantle, which, envel
oped her from head to foot, exposing
only the daik Hindoo face, with
flashing black eyes, and the delicate
hands. She told "the story of her peo
ple in a low tcne of voice, which was
not heard in the rear part of the con
gregation. In urging the Christian
people of the world to give to the
Hindoos tbe true word of God she
said it must not bo done suddenly,
lest a fatal reaction should set in, hut
it shou,l he by patient work, precept
snd principle, and in the spirit of
Christianity. "T' ere aro 10.1,IH0,000
women in India," said Pundita lUm
abai, "waiting to learn thm word."
arbfllTHIS DAILY
IRISH TOTES II HGL.i!IH.
THEIR EFFECT IS CASE PARLIA
MENT IS Did SOLVED.
Marked Chaegela Mr. Lsamberlala's
Ideasrallabart Brtsra Bel
glaa Labor Troables.
Lot dom, March 31. The Putt ears
nr. rarum and Mr. Uladtfns are
both confident that the Irish Vuts will
secnie sixty additional teats in Eng
land for tbe Liberals in tbe event of
a dissolution of Parliament.
SAUSBDBV'S BETOBM.
The Standard congratulates the Con
servative nuty upon tte nturn of
Lord Salisbury to mop ter the opposing
torces pg.inn Mr. uiadstene. It asks
whether tha speeders are willing to
help the Coisei vativrs or allow tbe
Conservatives to help them, and adds:
"loaio paity di a arenas is now a
public duty."
CHAMBiRLAia's viawa.
It is itiited Doeltivelv that Mr.
Chamberlain baa abandoned his idea
of the formation 1 1 an Irish National
Council, lie is also stid to be or
poeed to tbe lefsenire of tbe nnmbtr
nt Irish representatives in tbe House
of Commons.
Tha Belgian lakar Treakles.
BacesKLS. March 31. At Tonrnav
the ma-ten and men are now engaged
in negotiations for a resumitton of
work. Mme. Roacbefort and Lau
gtrrebave abandoned their at'empt
to visit Cbarleroi ti counsel wi h the
strikers. They wl 1, i .s:ead, publish
v oltint articles against tbe Belgium
givernment. The la ter g'vernment
la expelling from tl e country without
ceren.ooy a 1 French j mrnalists found
tliorein. Work 1 ai been resumed in
a 1 the factore sn l c liieries in the
Cl aderoi distr c'e. The author, t es
I ave forbidthn the workmen to cele
b-ate Hie ind.ng of the str.ke by a
carnivtl.
t'ablrairaiiis, N
London. Manb 31. Baron Punrhvn
Is dead, tie was in bis eighty-sixth
year.
Pa bis. March 3'. President Grew
hns received a letter tbreatenlr g him
witn violence, and in cooai aueme the
gt-rl a gtmes at hla residence bave
been increa?di
London, Varch 31. The Timnttji
it is poteible that Greece n ay precipi
tate a war within a weik, acio that it
behooves tbe r owers ti do their ut
most Io avert an outbreak ot hostili
ties. 1 noon, March 31. Prince Alexan
der lepliis t ths powers that be has
rrieolved to adhern to bis oiiginal ar
rangement with Terkey or to accept
the Uovertotshipof Kt stern Roumeiia
for an Indefinite period.
Pabis, March 31 The Chamber of
Depu.i f, by a vote r f 323 to 180, baa
adopted a bill permitting crtmatirn.
Tbe Comni'tee on Petitions has
agreed to recommend that the Cham
ber ru born tbe isenance of a lottery
loan by tbe Penan a Canal Com f any.
Paris, March 31. Tbe Belgium
Foina'lsta of Paris who were prevented
f r m holding a met ting list night by
the police, attempted to assemble to
day, Tbe police again interfered and
arrested all tbe leaders. It is provable
that the goverrment will order their
expulsion frc m France.
Paris, March 31. The Municipal
Committee api ointed to inquire into
theqaistion of co-operating With M.
Paf tour in tbe establishment of a hos
pital f ir tbe treatment of patients
bitten by mad dos, visited a numb- r
nf M.Pattur's patients to sacertain
tha results of his treatment. Tbe com
mittee refused to apply direct to M.
Pasteur, wbo is highly indignant be
cause of their secret inquiry.
Ottawa, Ont., Ma'ch 31. Mr. Mc
Olellan, Minister ot Finance, deli vend
tbe budget speech in the HoiiBe of
Commons last night. Tbeeatimahd
revenue for 1838 87, he t a!d, was :'4
600,0.0, and tbe expenditure $33,124.
000. Against thlp, Io sever, supple
mentary b'i mates would bave to be
set. Tlin receipts on account of te
conBo)i('atjd fund during the year
were expected to be 5-'0,i 00 and
tbe txpendi'ures $38,5 )0,000. Of this
J3,50ll,(H0 was on account of tLe
Nir.hwest rebellion.
A. OA.nD
To all wbo are lodorini from tha arrori and
indiaor.tloni of youth, nervous waaknaat,
arty d.o.y, loaa of manhood, ato., I will
and a rociix that will our you, FRKB OF
C11ARUB. Thia treat remedy waa dUooTer
ed by a mittionary ia South Amsrloa. Send
etf addreaed aavelava to ths R. Jjrs
T. Tama, Nfntinm ft. Vm Vn
Non-Resideat Notice.
No. !H (IM) .-In th Chancery Court nf
Shfl iy onuntr, T.nn State o( Ten.eaaea
l.r tn ateei to ouyot mempaieya. n.
E. Butler al.
Ham.
carina tmm the am.aded bill died la
thia oau-a the' dlendnu, the hn of Oarrl
N. Woud.deo'dt t W. H K llott, deo'dt of
Annl Uabiiao, d.o'd i of Oi .. Kerwinkle,
aeodiotJobe nock, di d ; ot Aaauat L -br,
deo'd) ot Mry t'onarol, d'd i of Hot
ti Bruner, dee'di of Brld elO'N.II, n'd
oi fred 8, Plm d-o'd t of Rohrrt Sorot
ain. dee'di o T. B. Roolda, deo'd; old.
It. Cow.n. dne'd: of Kllea Wal'h.doe'd: of
A. ( obn.deo'di v Ann M. BiUdwin, doo'd;
ot Jauiea Al xandi-r, deo'di of Caledonia
Drown, doo'd) of P J Murray, deo rt t of
hlittl h 0. tlxTia. dec d: o' Win. Polk,
deoMi ol Mirth ncrrv, deo'd; et K U,
0 nldrrt, dwi'rti and of A. Vaa Broctlyn,
and of V- V. Dunn, and I'eUr Leona-d,
and Mra. b. T'e Wilaoo, ie un
known, and who e namee and placea
if roii 4irioe canant b,s atrcrtAii ed up, n dil
1a.ni. Inquiry ui.d.; .nd thai ths piaoea ol
le-idenci' of A. Vn ll'in-klyn, K. P. Iiunn,
Mr., i . Tata ' il.no, I'nt. r Lonrd, Anael
liabrio, Cbia. Kirw,nkl-, Juhn. Aridrew,
May aid M.r-rrt ( nrr II, J .hn Ui-cV,
Vuf Leonard, lliltie llrun.r Joacph Mij
l-T, A. w.Mi'lca Ihoa. and K. (1. Miller,
N.n y J. A rxitiid.r. Uci 'g, t O'.Seil, Frrd
Pa ra.r. Kt irt i-roain, T. B Uci-nold .
U. 11. t'ow.n, Ann Alf f.. Kl Lnui-.,
J, and Viramit Ilouati. Ki n W.l.h. A.
( ohn, Aro M. rtaldwin, JamfMi Alcnd-r,
Cl.doni Br.iwn, i. J. Vurray, I liiil.elh
U llMrna. W m. Po k and Martha i rry. a e
upkoown'an ioanniit b"..o.rtained upoa d I
iarnt itiquiry : and thia tail i. bro'iht 'mi
. ru a '.a f r tHo duj the city ot M m-ihi-o
tbe liillowiiia pitnela of riund id
aaid tr, in which a. id pari lea r tl eir heiri
at intcicat . nr ewn, in tbe ord.ra in birh
'h. are named nlwai Lot? .Til. 40 and 41
In b'ock 10: lot' Wand It In h'nek SI: lot 37
ia blink 11; to' 14 in bloo 67, L'o oto atrret:
lot 37, block 1 , Orlcaaa et. i a t Inl J in
llk 1 i. on Kiliutt at : iart lot 4 4, (I r. w
ft , toe fiat -atof DbkiHu at ; lot N. in
blsi-a. Iu, laiarLe iipi M l loaJand 4, In
Mock 1, Camllo nt.: to' . io Hook 4,,
No. a et ; loU and . Kurt Pickrrinai
lotSJ, ia bliek 9, Krt Plcker-ar; p rt co
lot 401 at im. r e tiun 0 d und Now Madi
aia; ioU4and6, u Oloo 107, aynura I
louSt and (S, in block 11, tort Pitvk.rinai
1 jfO, io hlm k Mi Jai'kioa at-1 lot . b'ook
Kurt Pii-kori I. .ot it In block M',
Hro.d-y t l.ila iX, St ead i ia t nk T,
Fori Pi ke-lnci and h.l K ami V hue.
Mi-ti nOr fiii and l iar t onlw enC W. 11.
ftrown, are non-rfnidcou of the Bial of
Txanra-M
It la hrfo' ordered. That tbe. aaaka
tbair appearance harm, at the o lurtbuua
-holb scanty, ia M. nnlila. T.rn., ua or
I efo a t- e trat Monday in May, lv, and
pi.nl, anawnr or ti.mu In coiaplna, t'a
aia-rded I'i l.i rth. aame will b. takrn fur
ii f.'M4iit'tiiani.i't fT hfa-inf ri
ii-rtet and I at a copy of tinror.i.r be i ab
bf tl .no. a w ., f r luur ra o-a iv
ae ka. ia th. M.rephia Acpaal. I hi. 3wta
dajr f March. Acopy.tt-ti
8 I Mi DOWtiLL, C erk and M " r.
B J. w "-.rt y, Papat. l and M
a" A Wa k.-, co". ler oouiid'nt. we
f f UKiarMiaoi iut
Uaa'aMl,lbM
tmm I I
APPEAL TUURSDAY, APRIL 1, 1880.
CAN II CURED WITHOUT THS
The Mrdieal Brtrf, pnhliahed at Bt toula, aara
Id tbe June. 1KM, keue : "Many bave become
victim Ui the ua of opium or tuorphlne. fnau
the uar of thorns dniK furtbe rvlit-i of Keural
fia. It la aratiryuit to otucrr that auch dan
s.ttroua ooDaequnuca may be averted by the
ueeof ToNoauna, which la almoet a apecllic
tm ww wciwo wuna ot t-uraiari.
SHcwr.'.Ttr.PHYsiciis
FOR BALK BT AIX DRDOOIBTS.
t. St. tVrt-l.FB. Bo PrmwWar. 7Q
W. A. GAGE & CO.
Wo. SOO Front Street x Memphis., Tenn.
DILLARD & COFFIN,
COTTON FACTORS,
Mempliifi. Tenn.
tag Caah Advanees in Wferohunta und Iln?r.
GAYOSO
MEMPHIS,
NewlT Constructed and Elaborattly FTimislied, Con
taii ing 225 Largo and .Elegant Kooms.
"The Boat haa Perfect Ventilation and Natural Light, Steam heating, Electrio Belli,
and two c Hale'a Elovatora. All treet-oari aa( Main atreot entrano.
BATEIt-til.no te M per day, aooordlnf to aiie and elevation of roomi. Special
rata to Commercial Traveler. Almndnnt aopply ofPURK CISTERN AND WELL WATEK
EMTAliiailBD 10Q4.
Sternberg fe Son,
(SCCCENMORM TO ITERXBERG 41
WTXOZjXISATjB
TOBACCO, CIGARS & PIPES,
336 Front St. Cor. Union. Memphis. Twin,
S. O. BEBND0N.
HESNDON & CALHOON,
MERCHANDISE BROKERS
Autl MaMuratturers Ageiita,
254ipfon(i St., T! on in a H art'l 0. Ilp-Vtalrs, Wpmphia, Tpnn.
THE UVERfSORE FOUNDRY AND MACHINE COMPAhY.
FOUNDRY & MACHINE DEPXIGO to 174 Adarag St., Memphis.
Braua
Oaatlaa,
Enalnr.
w-Mllla, 4
III.. -j
Hon, f 1
kar . i i . . . ., ' ' .7
0?. $ It : i v ?
IRON & RAILWAY SUPPLY DEP'T, 226 and 228 Second St.
tSneoeaiori in thia 1-psrtment to JOHN MAN00CE.)
' rWr' n or It, format Inn nn ANY 'I HINrt In .-'tl-.r linn
r. B. AI.BTOX,
K. W. fKOWCLL,
ALSTOla
Antl Commlflaion Merchants. Iktf, Com 0ulb,rau, Cbup Feed, Oil-Meal,
Lin' , lament. Fluster, Vaildln aud Fire Brlzt, Etc.
Cor. Front and Union, 1 Howard'n Mpniphisr
i NO. S. T00F.
K. L. HoQOWAN.
IUUi , IVlbUM fit bU.,
VIiolesale Grocers, Cotton Factors,
And Dealer In Levee
274 Front Street
No.
R.LCOCHRAN&C0
i
5 ( .. . .
MTr-
aw arsa fulniso.kilIh livt-iian,
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Molding, Lumber,
Latli and Kbinglch, i'luoriag, Virtr, unrJ t3sr Posts.
Cotloa Factors, Wliolesale Grocers,
No. 11 Union Wret. : : ftf tMiiivli.a, Tonw.
CoIImi-m.
lUind Krldlos,
ItMt'klmildH,
llHuitlrl )(,
Trtee Chains,
llHiueH,
Mugle 1 reoia,
lonble TreH,
t iirrjr "oiu1m. Horse ltriithB.
A Complete Llue f Itie above tUoods at Lowest Price.
OT. T. 2Lsctlr Jbl. ADE $b CO
WH0LK3ALH MANUFACTURERS
801 and 90S aiala Street, Memphis Tenn.
MORPHINE!
'CaToo(aUMmaeaaor SnnUaatllarll
P" warwiine. lucti aa 1 1 Hi I nl ail I
Tin. mam mi Bn.ll. moo. and th. oalMt
IL. L. Ituwa, M. L, CHuxrrtOt, Ha.
"Bawi aiw Toacalra a fata-Mai In Fmlita.
To oa. aay paimu'. vma upnwii. "IO. o aamll.
cmwnntni.ua;' J. f. Kiaaax. xa,J
-1 ennudnr Tonjralln. the beet
SnIUJ 1 ban. .ver IrMd "
Ci. V. Uutai, H. D, PiMTilla, Ua.
PRIOR ONB DOLLAR PER BOTTLE.
and 111 WASHINGTON AVENUE. ST. LOU.
HOTEL,
TENNESSEE.
LEE)
JOnN CALH00N.
Tflpplmna
Bar Iron,
Boiler Iran,
II op, Saad
f .art
jNIiee Iron,
muviawuv. ;. T "
UIU!lH - w
Mala,
lilvcta,
Waaber.,
Ct.,Bta.
Railway
Hnppllea.
XI. H, HICBT.
USE Ot OPIUM OR 1
CROWELL k CO.
J. S. MoTIQHB.
W. O. PATTEB0N
and Railroad Supplies,
MavrnthU. Tenrnw
-Ml-!;.
-y w -y-r ir fJi a.t T. '
Lp Links,
lap Kinttm
Repair Lloka.
Cot 'on Mope,
n m il n ri n nn
STEIVART, GlVYFJfJE & CO.,
Wholesale Grocers, Cot. Factors
KO.850 AA'D 858 FROST STREET, ttElfPlTLS, TESIS
STEYART BROTHERS & COUPAfl?
COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
SEW ORLEANS. LOfJIHIAJf A. - -
CHESS
o ISIel
Office, 349 Front
L. S. MULLIS3, ol laU J. K. Bed win k 0. J AS. TONSI. Uia .1 J. W. Oaldwall k Oo
MULLINS & TONQE,
Cotton Facto rs& Com mission He rchanb
No. 1 Howard's Bow, Cor. Front and Union. Memphis.
Mner.T bornton & Go
Cotton Factors, Wholesale Grocers,
Wo. 300 1Voitt r?ot. : M?nMM Ten it.
iUGeSiPETTIl
WHOLESALE
ft
ROGERS, COTTON FACTORS
. And Commission fJerchants,
2GOnnl 22 Front
A. YAOOARO fc Co
WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS,
TTO. 978 ANT) 90 VROWT STWTry
O.T. PORTER.
sill
. 8cces8ors to POETEB, TAT LOB A CO
.Cotton' Factors
AITD :
WHOLESALE OnOCEIS,
WO. tOO FRONT STREET, i i MEMPWTB. TCTH
IIIU, FONTAINE & 60.
Cotton Factors and
HILL, F6IT1I1 k 00.
Cotton Factors, Commission OerchanU,
TSn. 1111 Hontli llfaln St.. i. T.ola
LARGEST BREWERY IN AMERICA.
Jos. Schlitz Brewing Gompaiw,
ZhXXXa'XTC.TJSLMaZI.
MEMPHIS BRANCH, fr!&a
S. ROESCm.R. Agent, Memplila, Tenn.
0 '
a. iM a. lima. BM.ftAO Barwla
" mamm aw a mi -
mWkikym tm '.
ABLER BRO. &
W.LDOUGLAS!
$3.00 M
mi
Wliolesale Dealer, and Publisher,
Sola Aint for th. loUowlnc Tlrti-Olan IatramnU
pianos KBAH,CH AC?ai.,AaBMi?: PEA8E co-
aa-A NEW T-0CTAVB PIANO FOR lOO.-a
Writ . for Cntalmmn. W a. a and 9K SF.COTgp ST.. Wr.T??PniW
KELLY, ROPER & REILLY,
WHOLESALE
Grocers & Cotton Factors,
Xo, 391 Main Street Gajoao Block.
KEY COMPANY
I
- xtglL Stores
Street, Memphis, Tenn.
St.. "KTemitbla'. Tn?a
U. W. MACRAE.
F9 m mmi r ?
Wholesale Grocers
nt H.mpbla Braaell, 10,00 Kra
am AAA DakuIbi
a,iir,nnr wrnm wry
CO.,261 mill ST
Latest Novelties in Footwear
FOR 6PRINO AND SUMMER,
ZLF.eAltTiirYl.tM!
HrPEBIOB WOBKHAHSU1F
LOWEST PBRESI
AGENTS FOR TUB FAMOUS
W. L. Douglas 3.00 Calf Shoes
In Button, Lac andCngrwi.
ar Illustrated Caialoaa. and Print-Lint
MaiUd Fre. on iillaion
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