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ABBE LISZT AT 10M.
MS FLATTER)?)' (i RECEPTION
Am Oalbrtak f (holer la Brittany
French Soelallata Preparing- for
Tarik, April . A Brittany pajwr
states that tw-nty-tiv cam's of cholera
have epjxwrvd in the vicinity of Au
dicrne, in Finish-re, and that one of
them baa proved fatal.
LISZT A l L0DOX.
Akbelhellomorih Hour-II I
Txmrion onerial ti the New York
Rftaid 3d: Alle l.inr.t, the lion of the
bonr, rwhttl London thin evening,
and after dining in town drove dow n
to tbe residence of liia publinlier, at
Sydenham, near the Crystal I'ahu-e,
where all the musical and literary ce
lebrities of London bad been invited
to riieet him. llnving mimx-il the train
somewhere between Sydenham nnd
Pans, the iitvtt Abbe mas several
liOtira late. When the clock Htruck 8,
without any Hignof his npiiearing, the
excitement grew painful, Shortly
after, however, a carriage drove tip
and set down Linzt, whowaled in,
looking tired by the journey the
Liszt me have afl read of, but white
A si);h of relief Svcnt round the
rooms as the.Alilie was presently seen
coming clcn the staircase in his long
black friM R. lie looks as striking us
ever. nce you see hia face you can
not forget him. The nose is long - too
long for beauty - the forehead lofty
ami serene, the mouth flexible and
full of expression, the eyes dimmer
than they were in the days when they
fascinated princesses, and fur a time
won the fickle heart of (ieorge Sand,
indeed at times thev seem unable to
bear the li'liL His long white hair
falls in nictnresijlie musses behind his
bead, which is a trille too massive for
the body. The Abbe's cheeks are
wan. but fuller than of old. 1 1 is man
ner has all its pristine charm ; ami, us
be stood in the hall in his long black
roat, bowing to his hostess, be looked
not unlike M. Ciot in L'Amie VriU.
tampered by the elheivtilized touch of
With ditlieulty ho mndo bis wav
into the stately room, crowded witU
fatuous men and fair women, at one
Flul of which stood two grand pianos,
a harmonium and a hum As be
crossed the threshold of tli room a
jrroup of ladies mot him and presented
him with a basket flowers. IIu ac
knowledged the compliment, bowing
low and potted on. chattimr with thn
vucsta ho rerogniwid, U the seat of
honor which bad been reserved for
him. ' Among the many well known
people present I noticed ('mmt Hnta-
lelilt, who had a long talk with tho
master j Kir ArthurSullivan, Composer
macKenmo, uirt lioso, luiinleggur,
Charles llalle, I'rinccss (ihiku, Count
J-iiterbar.y. Nir Frederick b'ighton, Kir
tleorgo llrove, Walter Itache, Lisr.l's
favorite pupil; the Itev. .Mr. llaweis,
looking more important than ever;
Mr. and Mrs. T. I'. O'Connor; Winch,
the American tenor, and, of course, all
Lisit seemed a trifle bored, 1
thought, by the pointed admiration
bestowed upon bun, but bo bright
ened np when, dropping into a chair,
he found himself the center of an ad
mlring feminine circle. He speaks no
English, which often made conversa
tion dilfieult, but there was music in
his glance and eloiiuenre in hia
gesturea. Naturally every one was
uying to hear tho Abbe play, but no
one dared to ask him. He seemed to
prefer listening, which, crhats, was
not to be wondered at, as during the
evening we were treated to severa' of
his own works, including hi arrange
ment hymn, "The Lord is My Shep
herd," his Venetian "Tarantella," and
a beautiful setting of tho familiar
"Kennst du das Laud." About mid
night, as Liszt made no move toward
the mano, I left him-still surrounded
by the adoring fair.
' FOUEIUS MlSrtLLANY.
. TBI French Noelallat.
Paris, April . Henri Uo hefort
will preside over the mass meeting to
'beheld by the Socialist of Paris to
morrow to protest against the govern
ment's treatment of tho labor riots at
Docaievillo and its arrest of MM.
Hoeht-fort and Pueiierey
1 he WerniKla Afrlea.
Baaidn, April tl.-A dispuuh hoi
been received from the commander of
the Gorman gunboat Cyclops on the
west coast of Africa, stating that lie
has bombarded tho tow n of Money
bimbla. The unlives were driven
way by tbe bombardment and tho
marines landed and completed the
. work of destroying the town. Nobody
belonging to the gunboat was in
jured, ... '
Camm,'! Natiohai, Library haa
touched chord tha a more preten
tion serine mistit fail to found. Nu
only ha thejHiblio at large proved lti
. approcintirfn of these dtliKhtful little
olnmea, hnt it ia individually en
thalamic over them, and the publish
r are in receipt cl letter from d a-tingnit-hd
men and wnme'n rongratn
latin them on what they have done
The Mor. McKIm A Co. are about
to produce an edition de Iiu4 if Sninni
Longfellow's life of Henry Umlwrlh
Ixmgftllow. It will comron.l in biih
nd atvie mM) the dt lusr edition id
the Iltiuihorne liiography and the CVir-tyU-Emrrhin
Cvrrrfxmd(ct, every pur
chaser ol wliich needa these voluma
to eompWta hia Ifollwtlons. The work
contairg India-proof impreasiona ol
several enraved port'ait, and also
two etched v gnettea, all prepared ex
preealy fir hi edition. The portrait
represent Mr. Longfellow atdifferent
agea (m t of them have never been
reproduced before), together with oca
of Mrs. Longfellow; they have been
engraved by a A. Scboff and others
in the highest atyle of the art
Thru of onr local physician, Dra.
J. W. Oven.ll, J. H. fiutu.ll and W.
B. Roger, have papers in the eic-l-ling
nnrnher ol the Mifitnppi VaWy
M'ditai Mon& y for April that wilt at
tract at enlioD, that of Dr. Overall
especially, because jt illuatiatt the
effect- of electricity in amenorrhea,
ard dyi menorrhoee and proves tbat
this life-reviving agency, when
properly applied, ia tbe ruoet ceita n
and harmless emmetAgogue the fac
ulty poeeeMiea. For very young pa
tients the doctor prefers the' primary
laradic current as the superior,
especially where there are indicationa
of nndevelopment. In dygmi-norrt b
the galvanic ia Indicated except in
certain ease when tbe laradic may be
naed supplementally to tone np tfce
onrara aid haeten recovery of
rengtli. Ia tbe fonr cases cited by
Jr. Overall he gives evidence ol the
Mimrtnma of hia nnaitirn and makes
it plain that he poaeees s a very simple
remerlv fnr a rla f f disesies that
fr nnentlv lead to involved and con
fnainv romnlieation. life-long misery
and nntimelv death. For diseaees of
women electricity most become, in
the hands and under the direction of
experts like Dr. Overall, thefir.tand
bet of "ssviog c ires" saving the
patient from physic, from tbe embar
rassment, of frequent examinations
and from the diahf artening effects of
failure to find relief. 1 his paper of
Dr. Overs l's s psrt of one tl at be
read before the Shelby Connty f-ociety,
demnnstratine the Vxnrfits of elec
tric' y is a therapeutic agent, which
induced some disrureion in the
highest degree favorable to the doc
tor's processes. As to the Mempris
Medical Collet e, Dr. Sim, editor of the
Monthly, in a brief editorial ssys that
"a ray of hope beams upon us ss we
go to prees in regard to tbe status of
the collegs. In our next issue we
may be ablet) state t La, tbs institu
tion bas been placed upon a legiti
mate basis, one tbat will guarantee
perpetuity and general satiafaction.
There can be do 'mis ake' in
asserting that this must be
done, and that assurancee of its
accomplishment mutt be given to tbe
profeseioA through the c lumts of the
Mimthtu, or the success that bas char
acterized the almost phenomenal
growth of tbe college in the past will
he nipi Unted by ignominious failure.
Tbe condition will be easily remedied
by a fair and equitable arrangement;
if tbia ia refused, tbe responsibility of
retrogression shall reet where it prop
erly belongs. As jnurnalirt, the pro
fession i B'i rely upon the fact that we
deem our obligation to it paramount
to all o'here, in this as in any matters
of vital importance in medicine."
A TALK or HWEETIIEARra.
So yon'va got'en an nflVr o' marriUKcl
Tlifire'i hrsve anil a eomf ly lad
Wi' a home o' fain own a'reauy, an' i a'l
niuliin' awnv lilts mml
And Irctlin' hi Imro l heart out juit for a
word o thinel
And he cannn leil if yon love him, fur your
cncem give ne r a ngn.
llo told me the tale hieiien, lane he left me
You're uiakin hie heart a plaything, and
winna lay yon ur nn.
Look in your mother's eyei, lai; nay.dunna
droop your head
There ' nowt u yi u need to blmh for -a
woman wa born to wed.
lie's r ugh in liii wayi a miner. He'i
grimed wi' the grime o' coal -
Bettor ha' grime on hia band, laji, than
grime on hit heart and loul.
May be your heart'a anoiber'i-that fin
Dickina Lunnun ebav.
Ai eoma to town iait wmtor-aa'll leave
again thn, mayhap.
Have I gueited ynnreeoret, Jenny ii tbat
wny you won i nave joer
Ton va gotten a finer eweetheart, and the
eollier chap muiit go?
ehall 1 help you to make your mind Bp, and
to ehooae between two men?
I'll tell you a tale o' weethearta, and the
I an o' the Ule'i uvaen.
I wai mmtnat ahont yonr age, late, and a
good-tookin' laia folki laid.
When a obap aa come to our village, a Lon-
nuner. lurnrd my bead.
He came wi' the player reople he came and
be etaid awhile -And
a uiehow he won my heart, laaa, w' hli
fine iilay-artin' atyle.
But I wan a prnmlmol wife then.
heri wai like thy Joe,
A Lanrae tor lad. a miner, who
me in in en otiow,
He iaw what wai up, did Dan'l,
came In tnv fvlliAF'a ulanA
ni a iook o fname and o
lined on hii honoil face.
And he took my band aad he preined it, and
he mid in a choky voice,
"My Iiim, they my In t' village that you're
gotten ilnuiiti of your choice;
That a felly ha' eoom betwixt ui, that your
lovo for myncti he dead,
6o lt' root that I ltn' aaido, lam ye can
tuarry thii man imtead.
I wai free fVo' that day we parted-tor the
word that I wudna ipeak i
But be atopped to gi' me hia bleiain' he
Hooped and he aiiaed my cheek)
Ana he laid to me loftly, "Jonny, we eanna
he mnn and wife.
But If Ivvnr yo' need a friend, Ian, why I
am your friend for lire."
I went wi" my player lover we were mar
ried In Lunnun town
For a month I wai up I' the heaveni, and then
I eame craihin' down.
My man got in debt and trouble, and the
deril came peer n' out.
And I wai a drunkard'! victim iworn at
and knocked about.
In a year re had erne and left me wi' a
bairn at my achin' hreat
Left me without a ihillin', to gtruggle and
do my heit;
Lelt me in cruel Lunnun, wl' never a friend
Wl' a foyer wearln' y hrln out, and a bairn
aa I prayed might die.
I wandered away wi' my baby it cried wl'
the humor pain.
And nirnin rame the fiend to whiaper
i.i- ,, ,"r.",,ht "1 mf maddened hraim
"hill ill ' the devil whi.pered. and again
came the fcehle arv i
Ood help niel ! the devil conquered, and I
lelt the child to die.
I fled wi' the feet of terror, and ever bohind
A rbantotu that track-d my footatepi, and
fouled and callod my name
That cried to the heaveni ''Murderl" And
I thought in mad deipair
Tbat a hundred eyei were watohln'-I could
ee tbem everywhere.
I read In an Rngliih aerthe newi of my
huibaod a faU)
lied boon ailed in a drunken quarrel I
I'd many a decent offer
I d a duty to do In Eng
wm viuunq ann iree 10 mala).
but I anawered em
England, and I made np
mind to go.
Year after rear grew itronger that terrible
That mon a guilty lelon to the clutch o' the
law haa brought,
And, n addened at laat-deipairlng tor-
'"red by eonmience nil., .
I erled, ' go to England, and the law
iball ha' in will I"
Eight yea-a from that dy of horror eight
I name to my native village, cam In
fmtm in tuv Ttiry nigni
There waa never a inut that knew me aa I
Pyied through the quiet Hreet,
And 1 thought o' the d-yi long vanished,
and tlie triendi that I uied to meet.
A child looked up at that moment, and lee-
nig hit wan, whi e (ace,
She uttered a crv and her father In a lee-
niulwaaouto the places
lie had wn me, ton, at hii window, I tot-
tered and turned to fly.
But he caught me and "trained me to him
wi a paiiionate, ioylul cry.
"Ma laail" he cried, "tha" art coom, then
. . r""m "n",n' o ui here at Iait
I ba waited for thee, my Jenny, thia raony
a long year pait;
I knew aa thy won had left lliee-I knew a
'hy mnn wur dead
And I thowd you'd ha' ooem before, laaa."
1 ihivered and bung my head.
"Will yo' be me wire?" he whtipered. "I
ba waited, ma I an, for thee;
I v a bairn aa wanta a mitber tbe laaiia aa
yo' ean e.
Will yo make me a happy mon, Jenny?"
Then 1 tor mi aen away.
"It canna be, Kan," 1 aniwered, "for I go
to my doom to-day I
"I've com to my native village here where
the need waa done
T ery out that dark nlght'a eecret I' the
egbt of noonday inn,
A mardereaa eomee to juitlc to forfeit bar
He hea d me without a ihudder, and he
aniwered. "Ha ma wife I
"k life '."w !"tnt S PMt- ''. and
howld up thy bonny heid.
Tor t bair aa yo ice in V colUg It t' on
aatbathowl war dead;
I aa thee tb' Uiine tha coom here I aa' aa
the wurra reel,
Aa' f bah aa tha laid I' the mow, laii, I
browt to my whoam that noet.1'
Th bairn that he found waa yon, deartie
man I bad cut eway
H,i yZ'r !-d.Tuy.th'r-T00 hll
And now yun're a woman grown, dear.
y,J?,".t.y"? k? " "i"" P.
twixt the Lunnun chap and Jo.
What'i that? A knock at the door, lau;
V n rJ, '.1ur I n h roe I
I!", kn"rk.': Penny-you're
heard it afore-u J,,',.
What do you whup.r Johnr? "You bar
I'll .h?l! eT;,'i'."TJ hi01' Th
1 11 abide i t th ith., rB,,mi
11 him hie fate youreen.
H Q. Situ, aalAor '"OttUrJot."
SOLID FOR SIR. PARML.
THE PEACEFUL POLICY SATIS
FACTORY TO IRISH AMERICANS.
Intervltw With Patrick Egae, Pres
ident of the American League
Cable Co i retpoadeocr.
Linoolw, Nkb., April 6. Tbe follow
ing cables have jutrt, been exchanged
between the Hon. T Harrington, .
P., secretary of tho Irish National
LcaLWO. Dublin, and President Kiran
of the American League:
To Rgan, Lincoln, Neb. :
Kngliah papers publish cables from
America, saying Kirnn and Sullivan
condemn ParneU's twareful policy and
threaten revolt. This is done to pre
judice filadstone'sHtatement of Thurs
day. Wire authority to contradict.
Lincoi.it, Nan., April Mb
To Harrington, fiational League, Da
Statement that Sullivan or
condemned ParneU's peaceful policy
is an unqualified falsehood, which
could only have emanated from an
enemy of the league and a traitor to
PA1 RICK B'laN,
president of the Irish National Leaguo
of America, was interviewed yester
day in regard to dispatches from New
York to tbe e fleet that tho leaders of
the Irish National Leaguo desire to
dictate to Purno I, and had threatened
to stop supplies from America unless
be labored for tbe actual separation of
Ireland from Kngland. Kgan de
nounced the entire statement as an
unmitigated falsehood, manufactured
by some-designing knavo for the pur
pose of damaging tho league and de
ceiving Parnell. Ho also expressed I
bis conviction that the alleged inter
view between Parnell and un agent of
the. extremists' party from America,
was nh entire fabrication. "I thin","
said Mr. Kgan, "I understand the
grounds on which the rumor was
based. A member of the National
Kxecutive Committee of tho league
Mr Armstrong ol lieorgia, who was
about to visit Ireland to see bis re I a
tives, was furnished with letters of in
troduction to Parnell and other mem.
tiers of the party. Mr. Armstrong met
Parnell in lhiblin nnd talked With him
on some mutters of detail in connec
tion with leaguo affairs, but there was
certainly nothing of the nature indi
cated in tho cable rumors in the inter
view. It Is simply another case of the
"three uiacK crows.
Kgan, in reply to inquiries regard
imr the Parliamentary Aid Associa
tion, said Mr. Uyrneof Cincinnati, the
organir.er and prime mover of the
committee, was "a notoriety-seeking
man. tho verv counterpart ol a well
known crank in Irish politics whom
Mr. Parnell retired at the last elec
tion." He had started the Parliamen
tjirv Aid Association and. through va
rious influences. srotKtiBene Kelly and
some other well-moaning Irishmen of
New York to join it. 1 he association
brought it labors to a close early last
month and adjourned airw die., but
this did not suit ltyrne, whose
real object, Kgan claims, was to try
and. if tiossible. disrupt tho National
league. Hyrne'has since tried to re
suscitate tho committee, nnd "start
branches in other cities, but without
any success. Parnell did not, of
course, know this, when he sent his
cable to Columbus a few days ago.
Kgan repeated bis statement that any
man who tried to interfere with the
unity and harmony of the Irish people
at the present crisis, or anyone who
tries to damage the league, as the
a -thor of the New York dispatches
has done, deserves to bo branded as a
traitor to Ireland.
A GREAT CONFLAGRATION.
A MII.I.ION DOI.I.ARN WORTH Of
five Blorka Bnrwed Over nl
Croaae, Wla. Only a Nmall
La Oiionhk, AVis., April (I. One of
thn moHt (lixaHtroiia conliagrutions
tliat ever visited Ia Uroaso broke out
at 10 o'clock thia morning in John
rani's mill, and awept Hotithward, de
stroying tiio mill ntul several thou
sand feet of lumber belonging to Mr.
Paul. Thence it swept to the yards
and mill of 0. L Colemiin, destroying
everything to the river bunk and for
two blocks southward. The losn was
estimated at 250,(I(K), and the Humes
were still blazing from one pile to an
other, despite the exertions of the en
tire fire department, whirh had turned
out from all the wards with hose.hook
and ladders. All tbe steamers were
brought into serviee.and all the power
tbat could be obtained from the mill
pumps, the city water-works and the
local hydrants. The scene about the
conflagration lecame thrilling. Thou
sands of people thronged the street,
the sidewalks nnd the housetops to
witness the greatest and most de
structive conflagration that ever broke
out in Ia Crosse. Tbe (Ire originated
from a spark from tho mill stacks
or from the furnaces, and in an in
stant the blare grew into a roaring
conflagration. In fifteen minutes the
mill was doomed and in half an hour
it fell in with all it splendid machine
ery. T' ere was no staying the pro
gress of the tlsmes, whirl) juiiiiieil to
the great piles of lumber ami in an
hour made a seeth ng sea of flameo,
which agaiimt the heat of no fireman
could stand. The wind was blowing
fresh from the north At noon the
situation had become appalling. The
flames were still moving steadily
southwest. All c Hurts to stop the
flumes at Coleman's mill proved futile.
The immense structure was soon a
masa of tire. Tho great planing mill
adjoining was also caught and all the
adjoining property was threatened.
The workmen and tbe Are department
then turned their attention toward
Case street, where a force of men were
set to work te tear down the lumlier
piles that the flames might be stopped
there. All hope of saving tho Imme
diate property was abandoned. A
train of thirteen box cars belonging
to the Milwaukee and St. Paul road,
was threatened. Kigbt of them were
At 1 o'clock p.m. it was evident the
fire waa gaining on the men, and aid
was telegraphed for to neighboring
4;;tO P.Jf.-The fire was brought
under control at 2 o'clock with tho
help of the Winona andSarta Are de
partments. Tbe toial area burned
over is live blocks long and a blin k
and a half wide. There were eight
dwelling houses b irned besides the
mill and lumber. Tbe total loss is
placed at .r0',000 to $1,' (KU) 0, only
half insured. One thousand men are
thrown out of employment.
Produce ipern at N w York.
Nkw York, April 6. The total ex
ports of produce from this port during
tl'aut week were valued at $5,-
APPEAL WEDNESDAY, APRIL 188G.
MOST PERFECT MADE
Ircpnrrd with npfclM retmrd to betJU).
Ko a&waiofi.a, Lima or Alum.
PRICE BAKIHQ POWDER CO..
CHICACO. ST. LOUIS'
WANTFIl AflKNTS.Men and WomeT
BIBLE " Introduction by Rot. J. H. Via
eent, D.D. On agent ba (old 85 in a tout
of 874 people ; on 72 la a villag ol 7U4 : o ai
Bw agent 86 ia 10 dajii on ifttf in 4 (uee.
iit weeki ; on 40 In 3 dan at two diflorent
timM.Sxprinp not naceaiarv Addren
CArjtKLL A 00. (L't'd),
4 Dearborn afreet. Viaam.
Thrmgh painful and wearln almost beyond
endurance, mti an incuraljlodiwiwe if treat
ed In time. Perha).) no nthor dlht'oao haa ao
baffled the eflurte of acienco and ineiUciiio ha
th la, but at utat a rouuily liaa h"i-n diM-overvd in
rTVrrA9 whl,u cukes kheuma-
VWAVVWCi-isM, ami ia hmrtily cn
doraed by many of the Leading Phyaiciane.
WHAT THEY SAV:
"TOMOlXDm ia doing all lint i- i-l.nni1 it win dn "
(i. O. Buiraui', M. 1) . Cauinil, UI
FOR BALK BY ALL DRt'GGIHTS.
A. A. MELl.lt- P. S..l Pmnril. 7IW
W. A. GAGE & CO.
lVo. 300 Front Nlreet, : WTeinililM. Tonn.
M empltlH, Tenn.
15?" ftofth AdTHiKMH) to
Sternberg & Son,
IMCiX'r.'IMOKS TO STKBSBERtt ae LKE)
TOBACCO, CIGARS & PIPES,
336 Front St., Cor. Union. 9Imp?is. Tenn,
8. 0. HKRNDON.
HENDON & CALBOON,
And MHnufaHHreiV Agents,
Ttixmm 8 and 9, Itp.Stnlra. Mrniphln, Tonri.
8!tff Front St.
THE LIVERMORE FOUNDRY
FOUNDRY & MACHINE DEPT.
C natlng, gjr'
NHW-Mllla, ' '
Orlat- MK "''
t renla t
IRON & RAILWAY SUPPLY
iSnccai.nra in thia Innartment
arWrlt n for Information on ANY 'I IIINCI In either line.
P. B. ALNTrtM,
. W. CBUWELL,
ALSTON, CROWELL & CO,
And OmmlggloB Merchants. Oar, Cora Oatg, Bran, Cbop Feed, Oil-Meal,
L(ui , Cement, riaster, Baildlng and Fire lirlck, Etc.
Cor. Front and Union, 1 Howard's Row. Memphis.
X. L. HoOOWAM.
TOOF. AfGHAN &
Yholesale Grocers, Cotton Factors,
And Dealers In Levee mud Railroad Sappllea,
THo. 274 Front Street MemWa,'Teiir
Al ABTD rLAHIRMIIX, HTMiM .
Doors. Sash, Blinds,
Lath and Shingles, flooring,
rs Craa aav mmm m
t! I IfEa alllr 'TE I :B'
mm mm aui ami aaL aa
M.U. Ill LLKUUU
Cotton Factors, Vholesalo Grocers,
No. 11 Union Street,
A Valuable Patent.
Dauejre) (Hra) "- mm Pa riaav
O A VINO narfecud m Invantlaa. I wtrk
1 L o xlaoe it before tbe noblie. Mnaeiallv
n itafaetnren. A a Cora Planter, itiaa
penewi ocew-oie in anil, aouibutel
tb d i rately, nniniared, and eoreri
th tarn, thereby on nan performing tb
wore oi tnree. in, aav been dm4 la
tbia Motion tor ovr down yean with per-
iwn eauaiacuon. i;aa gir napoi aim tU
tnonieia. a Jreaa
JOBS ii. DANCT.Daneyrlll,
HaewooH Aoontv. Tenn
Notice la Hereby Ulvea.
rT'HAT tb annoal meeting of tb atock
X bold, n of tb Cheiapeake, Ohio
aod boutbweitorn Railroad Compan
lor tba election of T)iratnra an.
inch other bnineaa a may com before the
meeting, will be held at the office of th
Company, In the oity of Memphii (called th
lazing lilltrlet ol rnaibv tJoantvl. Tenn..
on th Siki amy r April, IMM6, at 13
o'clock Boon of that day, and that th leaie
(rem that Company to th Newport New! and
ii iiiippi valley uomnany will b antr-
itted to th atuekholde a for their eoaaent
thereto and approval thereof. Tranifer
book will be elused irom March 2SLh to
April o, isss.
By order of tha President and Board f
vireotore. idaau H. UA1 K3. becretary.
TEMOCRATS TO THS FRONT T al'
-a--' peraoai leeaing Uovernment Km
ployment in aay ol th decartmantiti
Waabington, or any other poiitioni and)
tnuoTrnmnt, I win lend loll InttrneuoB
a to how to ee to obtain theiame.
ana asiaaai reran r Applleatloa on
receipt ot On Dollar. Adore JOHI
MTTid a case of Inflammatory RhenrnatiatD of
nearlv all the large jmote. (.are ToNUALLNS, and
to-do my pat'ttut la out and duuaf weli."
W. W. BaXXXA, H. D. H m.
" In my opinion TonoAUmt anpegoadaa all other
ao-oailed rueumaUo nimM,liM.."
8. 0. WouaaiM, M. Mananfo, tl
"TtaTegiten ToNOALnnc a fair trial, and think H
the beat n-iuudy 1 liavu over found foe HiMminiipi "
B. F. Dana, Sturgeon, llo.
rnicE one poixar per bottle.
and til WASHlVflTfW AVEN1TK. ST. LOUIS-
lrferohnntN nml Plianterai.
AND MACHINE COMPANY.
160 to 174 Adams St., Memphis.
DEP'T, 226 and 228 Second St.
to JOHN MANOOUE.)
U. H. HACBT.
J. B. MoTIQBS.
W. fl. PATTKSOM
Celling and Cedar Posts,
: t JlempLla, Tens.
UfDKFW BTKWABI, Ntw OrlMaa. D. OWTITNE, M" I.
STE1BT, Sm & CO.,
WholesaleGrocers, Cot. Factors
MO. SM AXD 858 TUONT STUEET, HXSIPnUS, TUSK,
STEVART BROTHERS & COMPANY 1
COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MEECHANTS,
' SEW ORUIAJVS. LOmfilAHA.
Oils cs 3NrEtxra,l Stores
Office, 349 Front Street, Memphis, Tenn.
L. D. HULLIS8,! UU J. R. Godwin Co. JA8. T050K, laU oi J. W. CaJdw.ll A Ce
MULLINS & TONQE,
Cotton Factors & Com mission Herchants
Ko. 1 Howard'a Row, Cor. FTont and Union, Memphis.
Fulmer.Thornton & Co
Cotton Factors, Wholesale Grocers,
TSTo. Ofl Front srpot. : ?Ieuipliit, Tenn.
GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS
And Commission Llerchants,
2GO and COS TVnnt
A. Y ACCARO fc Co
WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS,
WO. 578 ANT PTIOWT STRrT MtTTMrPTlTa.
gicceasorg to PORTEft, TAILOR ft CO
WO. SOO FRONT STREET, i i MEMPHIS. TJIHB
HILL, FONTAINE & CO.
Cotton Factors and
296-293 Front &t., Memphis, Tenn.
HILL, FONTAINE k 00.
Cotton Factors, Commission Merchants,
TSo. HO Houtli flXaln St.. St. Lonii.
LARGEST BllEWERY IN AMERICA.
Jos. Schlitz Brewing Gompanv,
MEMPHIS BRANCH, lat mm lMlioliiae, .. Main aft Aaaitlu
S. ROESCHafcaR. Aeent, Memnhla, Tenn.
Sari ! ISSa, a,0O BJrrl.......S"l
faaiira IBl ai..
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B. WITZE5LMEKT5 Co
WhlHU Desalen and Pabllslien,
Bol AftBt followini Iirt-01aM Iaitraaaatai
pianos AHICH .VKA&J':
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UAkUAri JA t oritlit OataiAN.
ri NKW T-OCTAVK
Writ for Oatalotme. Na.32 nnd
KELLY, ROPER & REILL7,
Grocers & Cotton Factors,
X. 399 Main Street, G arose Block,.
t.. Memplifa. Tenr.
O. W. KACitAE.
f Hnrbla Bruek, 10),MO M
Latest Novelties in Footwear
FOR 6PRINO AND 6VHMBK.
AGENTS FOR TBE FAM0CS
W. L. Douglas $3.00 Call Shoes
In Button, Lace and Cobtm.
Ill nitrated Catalon aad Prio-Lilt
Uailed Fr on applleatiea.'Va
PIANO FOR !.-
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