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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL TUESDAY, API? I L i, 188G.
BOSTOyS DR1LL1AM BOY.
rATliK K CM I.m ABOUT TO RE
TIRE FBI)! tO.XGBES.
Xr. Will, ihe Chairman of the Rhf r
Mid Harbor Connlttee ibe
loaamroDKKCi o Tit arniL.1
Washincton, April 3. The trullic
in poataga clampx and the man in for
oollrt)nr th , is reviving. There
re Bw about 175,MlOManip collectors
' in sxvteaee. Nwrptary llavard lius a
rooet rare and valuable awortmrnt, an
Lao nlp'-en. KhcrinHi). The numt val
uable oollwtinn in anliinirton latliat
of Mr. Khindlu of the Nvonil ('miip
tnJInr'i trice, who eHtiiualon hi col
lection to be worth i'iO 0. The nirvHt
and most valuable Ktmnii i called the
Brattleboro atanip, the lint of which
appeared in iHiii Thia wan in the days
of provineial atamptt, and the year be
fore the United titatca government
anthoriaed the lnr.uiiiK of jiOBtare
alamna The llraUli'lHirolK-ara tin ini
tials vt tlie then pofamartcr, (S. N. K,
acrOMa Um panel. . The poM maulers at
that time had the Ktampn printed and
their- initialH placed upon themaaa
proof that it wan genuine. The Ifrnt
tleborOHtnmp ia valued at fllK). KIiihIc
Inland ha aaociety hmwn as the l'lii
laU'lis Society, the object of' which in
declared to he tho co lection and
' preservation of the revenue and pont
ape Hta.npK of all milton, with the in
vesication of their historica and the
furthentnoe of (he philatelic act.
Pwrtaeo Ktauip alhuniR are printed in
KnL'Lf-li, French, (ierinan and Spaninli
and theae luitioim are the uiohI anient
collector!) on the globe.
The children in our school are in
veUMate collectora, and while youiiK
iu years, many of them are old in ex
perience and discernment of the true
value of ostaj;e stamps, and an mi
nimal fund f information can be ob
tained by i-tmly iiiLT up iHiHlaire stainis
eepecially in history and (jcorapliy.
Tho knowledm In aojiiired easily and
WllUOUl IUUCI1 ouoi t.
Tb business of for.'inj stamps is
also carried on to a irrriit ext'iit in
the leading cities of both hemispheres
and it takes a connoisseur to detect
their geuuinity. An immense busi
nesa !a done every year in the cxitorta
tiou and iniiorUition of stamiis by
rpgnlarW eaUhlished arencies all over
Closely aoBnected with the stamp
mania is the collection of nuto
Krnphs. Thia is oorhaps seen in the
most intaasiflcd form in Washington,
wher are gathered every year the
representative men of tho country in
pouues, an, ineraiuro anil acieneu.
I erhaps no tatter example of this
mania can le found, than is daily
wvn on the floors of Congress, where
U. any time tho spectator may ace a
age, book in hand, importuning
neiuborn and Heniitors for a "t wist of
he wrist." An album containiiiL'
. . . . . . .
no names 01 mo uiluiict and both
lonaea of i;on virus, in nil nbout
m names, sells for the moderate
um of $.", or a little over a
nt lor each nnme.and it ta'es nenrlv
.. . l a . JIM ....
. ultimo ui uu u hook. I lie imges
inoaraum greatest iavonles,ield iim
erially to their pay (t'lO per month).
: rhile a less active and less favored
fly will oecuiiy a w hole session in
lhng a hook, beset with the greatest
illicultiea. As chiroKraphy is said to
u an indication of character, the
erusal of one of these
Ibuiiii Is a study of much
iterest; no two mimes are written
like, and tho writing varies from the
J'autiliil Hues and shades of the
penerrian school, to the snake-like
rms which iu many instances look
ke shos strings struck by lightning,
i ilia prcsentOongress what is nown
the English haml predominates,
weir followed by t! o legal hand,
taenbed with tho stub pen. Many
Migreasmen are averse to writing in
cue books; as a denier rcssort, the
ige in order to complete his contract,
ented in Congress by a man of the
same race and creed. Mr. Col I ilia
feels that there ia little left in iolitica
for him. It ia very Strang' that a
man who controlled the jioworful
Irish vota of the country should
not have had some influ
ence in the matter of Uie
appointment of a collector iu lloston,
backed as that influence was, by seven
eighths oi the solid business men of
the city, and almost the entire party
atreniftli. let Mr. Cleveland olicy
t'.e dictation of his Secrctury of ar,
r.nilieott, ami apixiinte.l Mr. palatini'
stall, a relative of Kmlicott, to tin1
ollice. Mr. Collins has lalsired ban;
this session to pass the bankruptcy
hill, and has rotten it well under wav
and his retirement from Congress will
liea serious loss to the Pcmocrats.
However, I thine he is right in his
determination to retire from politics,
and I hope be mav make a fortune in
Ins rirofession within the next ten or
twelve years. I le certainly deservf s it.
J lie most graceful sin'ecli that lias
yet lieon delivered in Congress was
that of Mr. W. C. I' Breckinridge of
Kentucky, on the pension bill. It was
full of lofty patriotism The member
from the Lexington district is a cousin
of J. C. Breckinridge, anil not a
brother, as he is freiticntly uolod.
lie is an aciivo politician ami a pro
grcssive member of his party iu Ken
tucky. J 1 in predeccssora in the Mouse
were Itei k and iiluckhurn, and it is
not among improbabilities that he
will succeed one or the other of them
in the Senate.
Anouier Kentucky member who is
taking a (rout rank in the halls of na
tional legislation is Albert Willis,
chairman oi Uio i.ommittco on Kivers
mid Harbors. He is a hard worker,
but makes no special claim to brill
iancy. Ail that he is is due to him
self. He entered life with few advan
tages, but he made these few count
well. He represents the important
and progressive city of Louisville,
which has done well in sending such
a safe and active man to Congress.
HUSH NATIONAL LKAOIJK.
DAMR OF BREAKING IT
GUltSTO.f E'8 f ABIXKr DIVIDED
071 MX IRISH POLICY.
ping the entire hook, obtains many
natireaof Congressmen which nie
iiiten ny clerks, llnre js a postal
v which empowers Congressmen to
legato Uio franking of public docu
t'nu to a aucond party. Xho jon-
man stretches tho law in depu
. ag a clerk to write his name in an
igra h album. This method of
; ' .'gating an agent to perform the
of the member is a dangerous pre
sent, and it is not among impossi
. iities that sumo day u member w ill
nken to the fact that he is charged
the books of tho Sergeant-ut-Arms
Ih a check he had never issued. It
ill well enonnh to aeo his signature
Kcd on a public document or in nn
'.ograph album, but it would be
ite a different thiug if his salary or
ak account was curtailed several
ndrod dollars by the dishonesty of
lerk who is given the power to de
tepreaenUtivo Collins of Boston, to
'nduethe credit for holding
Irian vote together during f c last
ipaurn. will retire from politics at
, endaf his term. In speaking with
Uia other day concerning politics.
; There a"e oaly two classes of men
scaaaflordtoromain in political
t-on ia the paupers and the other
' very rich men. Those who in
: 1 and private occupation are not
s to wake more than from i 15 0 to
W a year can atl'ord to bo elected
'ongniss because thut is a proino
i in their financial condition. Those
J are possessed of largo fortunes
j enter political life, becauso they
sflord to entertain socially us the
mimiH.a upon their position,
yon take a professional man, who,
n ho enters political life enjoys
come of say $ 0 0, and let him
, o to Congress and bo circled for
0 or four terms, ami when n
1 wavo comee and he is
:. retnrnod by bis constitiienta
re din ho find himself? His
er business is all gone and be
got to commence life anew. If be
ontent to serve only one or two
in in Congress he can then return
ii, pick up the threads of his for
business and by diligent attention
.is private interests uciiuire iu a
yearn a competence lor bis wife
children. Now that is just what
'pose to do. I have served my
my Htate, my party and my
trymen to the best of my ability,
1 think I am now entitled to ro
'rom public life and .devote my
t ie and energies to my private
i-.Oil ins is a very bright Democrat
i N'lf made man. II ia of Irish
; nt and is now forty-one ycarsold.
:is lund to turn his back on tho
. L I room and enter the race i a
!rv hand. Hccntcred the legal pro
In us an errand boy in a lawyer's
V, at sixteen he was a miner in
ut twenty-ono an up-ci-er
in Boston ; at fortv a
her 'jf Omgress, a brill
u vverand rcconineil leader of
and rcKpected i-ounselor among
rave and reverend BUges of the
s'.tiu to-ilay is ruled by an Irish
iiud CuUiolie, and bho is repre-
ki i'oiits or moi iii.k i run
IIANUH lKMI l.
rnrnrira Pollry MniUfnvlurji lollla
Krlruila In Anirrlin-lnlrrvlrw
Wllh s IraniidrrMiillU u.
Ciiicai.o, Ii.i,., Ai.ril 5 The Ttnu-n
this morning published the following:
Recent New York dispatches, stat
ing that there is trouble brewing in
the Irish National I ague, and that
impatient Irish " separation ista "
threaten to withhold financial aid
from Mr. I'nrnell in cose ho does not
laborfor the actual separation of Ire-
lanu irom Migiand, tins crented no
little stir in local Irish circles. Mr.
Alexander Sullivan, who isipioted in
the dispatches as the real head of the
Irish "extremists," was seen yester
day by a reporter for the Time$ and
nuestioned ns to the probable truth of
the report that an agent of the "ex
tremists had interviewed Mr. I'arnell
in the House of Commons and urged
him to adopt measures looking di
rectly to separation. Mr. Sullivan
said he did not believe any agent bud
been sent to Mr. I'arnell to make
threats of withholding support
from the Irish leader, or to
demand any chii' ge of policy on Vr,
I'lii nell's part. He thought the cable
gram alleging the presence of such nn
agent carried it - own denial on its
face. If the Irish people felt lino
having a notice that they were impa
tient, of delay und that they would re
sort to other menus if agitation was
not successful, Buclv they would not
threaten or censure Mr. I'arnell. No
one who is sane imagines that Mr.
I'arnell or his associates should be
held responsible for the delay in the
part of the Knglish government to give
Ireland justice. If such a threat as
tins alleged agent or messenger is said
to have made were contemplated it
would bo directed to the English gov
ernment and not to I'arnell or his
party.' One might as woll threaten
to punish the poor tenants
of Ireland bicnrtse landlords did
not treat them with humanity
or justice as to threaten the withdraw
al of support from I'arnell becuuse tho
Knglish government did not grant
home rule to Ireland. So far as he
was personally concerned, Mr. Hulli
van said the statement was manufac
tured out of whole cloth. Last month.
nt great inconvenience to himself, ho
went to Albany and Baltimore to
speak forthe Irish National league's
uirliumentary fund. He would not,
ic said, be making such trips were ho
not In hearty sympathy with tho Irish
ine, I'a.si wen at Leading Euro
pean Moaejr Ceutera ibe
T A :l e .
lAininw, rtjirii o.a ureakiiig up ol
mo vaiiuii-i is imminent. ird Kin
iHTly, Mr William Harcourt, Mr.
didders anil Mr. Mandella refuse to
aHHcntioany home ru'e measure giv
ing Ireland control of tho customs.and
they f reaten U) resign if auch a meas
ure he insisted upon bv Mr. Gladstin
Mr. Morley demands a modification of
the plans lor the buying out of the
laniiiorus. air. uiadstoiie, however,
remains indexible, and will maintain
l is full scheme. Cabinet councils are
to be held to-day and Tuesday, and
the climax will be reached on Tues
day. The ministers themselves admit
that an agreement seema impossible,
Mr. Gladstone may make his state
ment on Thursday without tlm n-
pruvui oi inu iniiiiHiry.
BualavM Vtr prM1 m l.ondou Tfee
LoNio.e, April 6. Tho demand for
lim ount during tho week was limited :
the rate for three months was le. The
Stock hxchango loan rate until next
account is 2c. Business on the Stock
'.xclmngo during tho week was de
pressed, every department, except the
American, snowing lower prices. The
Insli nnestion, the threatening eondi
t on of foreign politics, the bull opera
tions on me Mcrun isourso combined
to weaken tho market. American
railway securities were inactive, with
tendency to strength: tho market
closing tho heaviest of the week, but
prices were maintained.
To Spur a Jmlnl Appetite
li out thing, to invig-oriita and mutate tha
dl(CttT oraana ia another. Asd Tot men
aitltari ara eonitantly mlatakea far and
ara avaa termed tonlot. IloiiteUar'i Stauaoh
Bittern In nil a far hlihitr i,ln In thn nl.
atrv of medifll rriirtlcin Ih n tha i-
oaiieil lonioa wtiioti impart a relmh lor
fnod. Theie have H eir , and are ettlma
ble, prevlded (her le pure. Hut the trope
ol Ihe remedial operatton of the Hitter t lar
wider. It reloime entirely an enfeebled
condition ol the nlomaoh, end pur Sea in
Juice-, it vltiattd. u well u prom tee their
Mr re' In in healthful abundance The itoia
aoh havinr, in eonjuno ion with the llvrr
and tne howetn, beei r.u ated, and th.lr
natural tone reitored throuah ite acnor,
rppetite rotirna, at a matter if pourae.
Fererand eane, poe'ty of the blood, and
ounsiuuent ilehilily. rlirumatlo ailmantii.
and a tendeney to kidney and kladdor
trouble!, are alao remedied by it.
Kled lrm the i:tlerleor 0lna.
Cnit'AOo, April 5 A girl whose
name is said to be Annio Woixi, was
taHen from an opium den early this
morning and died soon afterwards
from the supiHisod ellecta of omuni.
She is saiif to have been an actrws
and that she lived in Cleveland, Very
little is known about her here. On
her fingers we.ro two rings, one of
which was marked "T. II. K."
Henry A. Mott ir.. Ph.D.. K. C. H..
Professor of Chemistry, Now York
Medical College, and late (iovernment
Chemist, says: "My investigation of
Allcock's Porous Planter shows it to
contain valuable and easential ingred
ients not present in any other plaator.
These ingredients are so perfectly pro
portioned that tho Allcock's Porous
Plaster will not cause blisters or ex
cessive irritation ; and 1 find it super
ior and more etllcient than any other
plaster." Imitations and counterfeits
of this valuable remedy are being
offered for sale ; so, when purchasing
Allcock's Porous Plasters, do not fail to
see that the registered trado mark
stamp ia on each plaster, as none are
genuine without it.
Mormena to TrunVI.,
Salt Lair, Utah, April 6. -Thomas
K.Taylor, laU) member of the legisla
tive Council, son of John Taylor and
business manager of the lkirti Aic,
was arrested yesterday. There are three
indictiiienta of unlawful cohabitation
against him. Ho was released on 1000
bail tiKin each charge, Joseph K.
Dean, a I .a e City counsellor was ar
rested yesterday with two indictments
of the same sort against him. Bail was
fixed at j;00 mil.
i akim, April ino JJOiirso was
heavy throughout tho week. Tho de
cision of the Budget Committee of tho
( liainlier of Deputies in favor of an
issue of redeemable rentes for tho new
loan caused a fall of lKc in redeemable
threen, which hnvo declined :i2c dur
ing tho week. Panama canal sharea
fell lOf and Suez canal advanced ,'lf 7oc.
A I Berlin.
Bf.kmn, April 5. The Bourse was
quiet during the week and all changes
iu prices were uownwaru.
rnnnd Ploailna- let Ibe 1 hitmen.
liONitoN, April 4. A hodv has bmm
found in tho Thames which corre-
ponds to the description of Mr. Rus
sell Nourso of New York, who has
been missing for a month. Mr. Nourse
left Ijinghuin March 3d. for Liver.
pool, whero ho intended to take tho
steamer Adriatic for New York. His
luggage arrived nt Liverpool, but it
has never been claimed. A reward
f 100 was oll'ered for his discovery.
Ihe condition of the body indicutcd
Thn IIIIhiiU ,oIht Matter.
I-ondon, April 6.-TI10 Benevolence
Board of the Grand Ixidgn of Masons
has considered the case of tho Illinois
lodge anil bos granted relief without
discussion, holding that the recent
dispute does not iilfcct the fraternal
relations of the lodges.
lleurjr M Mnn ley's Mother.
liONDON, April !). A Mrs. Jones,
who died recently at Bodelwydlan, in
tho North of Wales, claimed before
her death, that she was tho mother of
Henry vi. Stanley. Sho stated that the
entry of tho birth could bo found in
tho roconls of a local surgery, and that
the surgeon who had charge of the
estaiiiisnment at the timo subsequent
ty traced Mauley until the latter went
to America. Jt is proposed to erect a
uiiHiuiiiwiiL over inn woman a irravn
i- .1 i o-.-
recoruing mo mei mat she was tho
mother of the famous explorer.
The llenteeli Hank.
Bhju.in, April 6. Tho report of tho
Doutsch Bank for tho past year shows
not protita ol 7,B":j,2mj marks, amount
ing to I2J percent, on tho capital.
Tho report alluding to tho depression
in Ucrmnny, Bays that the stan.p laws
and tho new companies net weigh
heavily on business dealings; that re
tail trado has diminished; that land
owners are meeting with increased
difficulties in disposing of produce,
nnd thut capital reduced to idleness
is boing invested in Bourse securities.
The Dotitach Bank shares closed at
Pam. April 5 The donations
raii-ed fort'ie establishment of a Pas
teur institute now amount to 610,8751.
Prime Minister Da Freycinet donated
Bihlin, April 5. In the Reichstag
fUturday the sugar d'i'les bill passtd
its third reading. The bill fin a the
duty on beet sugar at 1 mark 00 pen
nits per 1C0 kilotaoitnes.
1 Brhun, April 5. The government
will appoint a commission, including
Prof, Vitchow and Koch, to inetsti
pats Mr. Pattern's method of treat
ment for the prevention of hydropho
bia. Londin, Apiil R The Rt. Hon.
Win. K Forster, who wai Chief Secre
tary for Ir.'lsnd under theproylrui
GUdrti na minintry, is dead. lie bad
been ill lor some time. Mr. Fort tor
was alKty-eight jenrs t f aa.
SSl' SPECIAL V
MOST PERFECT MADE
Pure txl Miwumt Natural FVtift Tlarorl
VantILt, Lrmotv lf Almond, Kcm. fKC.
lUvor its dtltcmtHy and BMtimlly m Um InuU
PMCS BAKIUQ POWDER CO..
JCIUCACO. BT. LOUIS.
Kntlre Is Hereby Olyen,
THAT the anneal meetmr of the ttnek
hoMira of Ihe Ihefaneake, Ohio
and Southwestern Railroad Com pan r
or the election of Pireetora and
nrh other hn-ineea a may eotne before the
nretine, will be hrld at Ih- iifjm of ihe
Companr, In Ihe city f Memphia leilled the
Taiini uitti.-t ol Shelbr t'uunt. Tenn..
on Ihe Aih eay ol Apri', iia, at 12
o'olork nen of that day, and that the !' M
fram that Comcany Ut itie Newp- rt Newp end
Mi in pi Vllfie Company will be eub
miit4vd to the et4okhilde for their innnt
Ihrrolo and approval thereM. Tranif-r
boi'ka wi I h ued Irom M.rch t'uh to
April a, man.:
By ordor ot the Prealdent and Bord cf
Pireotort. IbAAC i. UAlto, beoreUuf. ,
CAN BI CURED WITHOUT THI USE OF OPIUM OK MORPHlNEt
The Unit ml firtrf, published at Pt Loula, uya ' Deed Tonntine In a eeaeof Roaralrla of Boris
In Ihe June, ISM, imue : " Miuiy bave boontuo ZT"1 ataoduw. hich had reaiaiod all traauaaoi.
oi opium or nHirnnue, iniin , . . r. , wncaoa uie I
Tlctuxu u tnu uae or opium or nsirpl
the uae of thoae druse Ibrilie niliel of Nt-uml
ma. It f aratiryinir to oberrve that aucb dan-
tieroue eouKquenuce may tie arerted by Hit
nee of Tonoaunk, whit h la almuat a npccllk'
In the acute form of Neuralgia."
FOR BALK BY ALL DKUOOIHTH.
ojd pmUct trMNln from lux c
liaB trnn luar nnmrdaml "
K. L. Kowa, M. II. OwtUTTiOe. Ms.
Hare (traa Toncaliae e lair trial tn Renraljrla.
Uial djauaa" J. V. KlKgrL. . TkatllL
-I enneidw Tomrallne the beat prr? jo (or
!fauralete 1 bare vw trtd .
C. V. Ul-yal. M. D., Pinerille, Ha.
PlilCK ONE DOLLAR. PFR KOTrr V
A. WFLl-IFW. Ktlm Propn.jr. tnj 7 WAMHLNIiTON AVENUE, fc'f. LOtTIl.
W. A. GAGE & CO.
No. 300 Front Htreet. : Hemitlifa. Tenn.
DILLARD & COFFIN,
tig" Oh nil AdTaneew o f r'IHnia and PlHiif4r.
Sternberg" Sfc Son,
tSUrt KNfctlKH TO BTERRBEKO LEE)
ANDREW BTEWAET, Hew Orleana. ANDREW D. QWT1TNE, Mot
t liiriF &
mm Biib Wll UUII
Wholesale Grocers, Cot, Factors
SO. 33 AXD 858 FBOST STKIJET, MMPHIJt, TESX
1 Aim "
STEVART BR0THEQS & C0LHW:
COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MEKCHANTS,
HEW OltLEANS. LOUISIANA.
cSj 3Ta,TTl Stores
Offlce, 349 Front Street, Memphis, Tenn.
L. D. HULLINS, of lata J. R. Sodwln k Oo. JAH. YnNOK 1... -1 r ur n-.ii.-
MXTLLINS & TONQK
Cotton Factors &Commission Llerchante
No. 1 Howard'g Row, Cor. Front and Union, Memphis.
Fulmer.f horntoi I Co
1 OBAOGO. CKiARS & PIPES
Front St., Cor. Union. 31 em pit is, Tonn.
S. 0. HBRNDON.
HEBNDON & CALHOON,
AikI Maiiutacf nrorb' Agcula,
8.1 Front St.. Room anil J). I7i-Stnlr. Memnhls. Tenn.
iCrab Orchard Vaier;
(fnninn t nib Urcnurd nalti in willed i
CRAB OWCHARO" TEW CO.
RmvlT for all DitMeUw of the Uvr. Kld .
ey. NUrmiM'h nnd tlowrla. A pomtive
un lor l(raMala, Nirlt HvMlaclie.
iitiai Din am. imim. i in uuaMnakuniiiia.
fifKairl ftl HMHIiPii
Td. M WON N. JM
MIA M rr, IxmmtII1n KT.
HE LIVE17.7.0RE FOUNDRY AND MACHINE COMPANY,
OUNDKV & MACHINE DKl"T,l(iJ to 174 Adams St., Memphis.
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litiiiiiinaW'.. v; .
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IH0N & KMLU.VY
1 Honp, Hand
IS ,MH'IIII III L 1
sri'PLY DtiP'T, W, and Second St.
iSuroo c.ira in ill 1 n irtnie-it t.) J.)!J1 aiANOOUE.)
mnnnT II 1X1 'n purer fi
l. H, At I. f. K, .IKlK r i.l., il. H. KAl'RI.
ind Comnilwsion fflorehiuit. lI.i,C'orn 0at, :!r:iu, CLon Feed, OIKIIea',
iit , temeut, rinstor, huildlnsf mid Firo Krlck, Etc.
Oor. Front ami Union. 1 Howard's Row. Memphis
K0. 8. TOO?.
X. L. MoOOWAIT. J. 3. M0TIQE2. H"
to . ni & GO
Wholesale Grocers, Cotton
Ami DeHlerw lit Levee anil llallroad Supplies,
No. 274 Front Street Mamnhli. TenreBire,
n ' ,,t . -r.1.'':j.-:..rrr-j;.-ii:-..- ' .'
AW AKI FLAHMCi-KILI., HAVT-lAeiD.
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Molding, Lumber,
Lath and Shingles, Flooring, Ceiling and Cedar Fosts.
- - TENWESNKR
Cotton Factors, ITholesale Grocer
No. 11 Union Street. : s JfTemnliia, Tenn
Curry Coin lis. Home IlriiHhrs.
A Complete Line of the above Goods at Lowest Prices.
oT T.XjiCtR.A.lDEI c? CO
NAII)1L:N, H AIt!V i:?i?4 aa i coiahs,
SOI and o:t Mnn Mireet, Meuiphl, Tenn.
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Cotton Factors, Wholesale Grocers,
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GROCERS. COTTON FACTORS
And Commission Merchants,
gflO and SOtS Front Rt.. Meinrtnia. Tesi.
A. YACGABO & Co
WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS,
WOS. S78 ANT) Qtsn VESOVJT TJJT rVTTnvYTTTT?!
Seocessois to FOSTEJi, TATL0E & CO.,
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ISO. 3aiO FROTTT STREET, t t MElWPWTSi. Tiqww
Cotton Factors and Vtholessle Grocers
S9SSS9!$ front 33emplaiSa, dear's.
Cotton Factors, Commission Merchant
Wo. HfS ftonth Main St.. St. Ttslc
LARGEST BREWERY IN AMERICA.
Jos. Sciilitz Brewing Gompanv,
lUijjIlI lllO Mill A.a Vlia latadIeiaieaw,ew.Ma4aidfc Aa.il. a
S. ROESCH1.R. Agent, Memnhla, Tenn.
Saloa la ISSa, BM,0OO Rnrrla ..Sli f Hmptali Braaiik, 10 ,000 K eta
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ADLER BRO, & CO. ,2G1 LlflKJ ST
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Latest Novelties ia Footwear
FOR 6PRIN0 AND ESMMBR.
AGENTS FOR TUB FAMOUS
W. L. Douglas $3.00 Calf Shorn
Id Button, Lao. and Coaareaa.
Illnitraled Cataloraa ud Prloe-Liet
Mailed Free an applleaiion.-va
Wholesale Dealers and Publisher,
Sol Arenti toUowini Fint-Claaa Inetramentii
Steinwav and HS.za.ctko
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Writ for Csta!oam. Soa.3S.t aud S5 KEfJOill ST.. 2TE5Srni
KELLY, ROPER & REILLY,
Grocers & Cotton Factors,
Xo. 399 Mala Street, Qayoso Block.