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IMKMPHIS DAILY APPFAL WKDXESDAY, APRIL H, 1880.
ATIIRIVLMJ L1TCLE TOH.
THE I'OXXERCIAI. IMHtFMS
OF S A KDIS, IS.
ITutling Ilihlnr Honors The
Coaatj FoIldinK llie Loral Lr
nt lauor on this yellow Irmbln ', '? Jrinc,P,81 l)i V" colorBl ,"1
Wrmn Robert J ,,-kg ,,, .tatted 't ' 10 pupib, nmki.iii a loUl of 3K(.
(ars'iil (w.iRiKronpiiiri or m arriAi..
Fammh, Mim, April l.--Tbic, one
o! :1m uinct Ujpor'HUt c M.n.rri ml
' po'.nifl in Nirll ern MitBseippi, doen
: not, lieo!her tona on Jhe Mi-ms-Hipfii
ttml Tennr'ee rntit, fmpremi (lie
tiiiinjih ('Uifr with ftlie fart.
Tht rf le not mnrh of it visible from
: the Urn,. But tlif travrlnr wbo
if dm l analyze Sards nmit do hi I
I have done, glijtlit and visit its thrir
j ir-? Ktrve't,. stores, homes and irntitu
1 1 ns anil ht-cornt ariinainttvl i;h its
; titir tnu. T.'if u u has a no)m'aiinn
;'nl aborit UKtO aio!, fully two tjiirds I
lif:nij of the ducat-tan rate. It origin
iti witL the s.lvent of the Mississippi
' m l loonesete railrral to this pjiut in
IWSfi, Pwlirnni havilii; previonnlv bfrn I
', hi'ii'ana: iil!ai;. A learned biat k
im II. at tliut :;nii htrame ill uod-
, a:!.!", niic! in ineinoiy of one of the
ii'Vfi Aporalyptii chnrcl i'j uauii'd it
Hilm. At th.B writing th td BHi'pt
ir t. cyclone of religious fervor is more
hsn fver deserviriK its title. The
;o;;ntv liii'Miuii, an impt sine , strnc-
ti'f. who l m ' during the Kepnblioaa 1
tiuii), nod trst f.MMKH). With the '
nt-ptioc of tin' plunttving, wlijch ie
I'fuuivuin plates the building' is in i
i m1 condition and well suited f r the
nrinnn otr. 'e. for which it wS lie-'
ik'i.eiJ. The main cnurt-rooru in a j
pa -lonH ha'l r.bout eighty fret sqnn-e .
in! Inrty Cve feet in liiirlit. It is well I
and iis walnut iarnilnro (lives
Milmtpntiai, "neat and not Kaut'y" !
pr: uppi-nruuce. .Veaii'im ir,i he 1
n t h yi ar hy the Hon. A. T. Ii nnr,
irruit .liuiae, and the lion. J ti.
"a! (.'hniio J.ir, respi c'iv, ly. ;' ;he
r nr.n (tli.eis. C.'mrlis Taylor i
. ' . 'tl f.. A. Hiann, Cliaiirery C!rlt ;
V Y.miiK, t'.nui' Cliik, a ;i J J. I-:.
M'l liepnty. ll'ith uf the latter otli
i .c me rfilnri d iiii-n, and very intelli
I 'toiKii. liuldiiif; the rfsiiojt of all
I1 i citv ellicia are; ,f. If. Hosier,
I'v.'.r; h .v. j'arriHli, L'lerk and
'iirfr; (t. ('. Ihrmoii, .Marshal;
! Madilnjc, J. Q. Wm, If. Kuse
d J f H.'h tower, Aldernrn. '! he
i.uined ia a coli i rfd man. S r lin is
ren-.-iy quit t town. Its ji is
try bin! there are no 'o feraou ite
iH-k'on'e nursery ia well w iith a
i. if for no other roaionthan that
mowb what tan be accomphsheil by
a l.jw years aj?o wi'bapiece of
ona mile south of town as rotiKh
! anpTornimng as ccultl well ho im
uriil overybody thollKht him crazy.
i HiMined with yawuinif pullies,
I lio has not only tilled all
s imlln's, but where they were he
"w fifty acres of an earthly Kdeu.
1 ! oni"! trr-.oa ami shrub, a
; i lii'u; o-eltard of rj,"0 henrinj;
trepn si,( well tiiled luthotiHeH
r ii ne i,( the lions of Nardls. I
o it is the on'y numerv butw en
. ;it.iM mil the ext'emi) S'o'i'.h.
' ' ririh bu-intai the ll.nik i f
, l: 1 a ft naiil up capi'n' of ;'rl7,l5i).
; Inc. ri aio K II. Taylo pioniiim.t ;
1 '. l ut k' i. vice prtmidt nt ; W. II.
',r i ;hiir. It ia located in sub
I t'al brick black 71 by lit) feet,
i 'h a'so mutuina Wall's opera
! in. The annu'd volume of bum-
Ih :lM),(mo, und during the season
, i 7tHK) IkIih of cuttKii are Hhippeil
; :e to ynurnty. The follow jnK is
nnlete list of the InifineHs liousos:
J. Hunter, J. K. lliiohatmn,
" wn A Weat, Williams Ilro ,
'hi Hoain, Mrs. F. Fisliel,
t A Co., F. 1'. Hill, s. P. Patt.n
( arltuu A Son, W. J. Richards,
Alton, all senernl stomp T
FurgriRun, Henlerain Brts
K P JxiikuiH are the druggist.
I. Wall nd J. P. Rvan, hardware
A. F. Minor, ft Malson and
Iightower, machiuiats and black
i A. W. Rudisill, jeweler; Miss
Rach ami Mrs. Hefhn, dry
and millinery; W. T. Dye and
, wii.mtat markol; H. iWllmsn,
"u two good livery and al
"', owiifd by Mrs. FaithinK ami
:uleH.irdis is romarkably heu'.ih),
iour pnysicians J)rs.
I't. Heiid.'THie,I)ula and Dutih-p.
I' local lcgt.1 luminaries are pruu:-
mm Uan. J. R. Cboliuera M
v.jll known to n. od a'.y discrip
(I am ii.ld ho in content to relin-
legiBlHtive honors to some other
Mr. Taylor is, as b-.tore noted,
Jent. of the bank and his law
er is R. R CommisKioner Kyle.
Inotb ol the Arm of ISonth &
y is Mate Senatnr. Miller A
vater plead in all conris, am!
'. W. Duval makes aapecia'ty of
lynnciiiK ami lire insurance, be
so a member of the firm of E. S.
)ii A Co., lumber merchants,
i W. H. Wallor and Mr. Andrew
ion are builders. The latter is a
lark in Bardia large, rotund and
I. Ilia buildings, including tne
y ed lice before moutii imd, aie
niiiiinents and speak bis praise.
J. M. Saiiiinis, tho pnttillRfter,
'neral favorite nu account of liib
lily and obliging waya.
iro are mauy delightful ropi
fl in and aiound Sardis. They
?t remarkable except for their
shlonnil comfoit and the licarty
lalitv of their owners I need
ner linn those t f Hen.Cha'nn'rs,
T r Mr. Wnll, Mr. Waltrn,
acey atid Mre. iMiCiacken. At
la"er hoiiuu I wim very
f rerr ivfd by Mr. W. T , t ther
ir.own ns "Til" McCracken.who,
ither well known resident?, re
I the A ri'BAL miseionaiy i h
' coidiality. Chancellor Hall'ii
uni.ion was, aa 1 wrctn you lust
isir'ce my first visit burned to
;round, and tho Jude is row
less, though he tells mo he will
7 rohuild on the old iit. He
number of Jersey catt!e, while
Taylor believe! in tho Holstein
"Do:" Henderson is the ban-
setstir of two or tl.rae thorough-.
norbev oi w tncli he is
Km din Hotel, Houttju A Diapeji
etois, is good "rest f1)r tha
," It is the regular eating sta
nd tie managtri know ht.v tji
their pttnone, both as to quality
lamity. I am not siirpriscd to
lint travelers, the drummers e
'y, make a point (f ei.eucig
y at this hotel. They hve
d by expeii-nce. .t .
rear-toi owsia era lnn. The
V.c l'ntvla ktar, fBtahiin) e.i
1 1 tlie i ll'n ial j a(,er and
a r cK ii'atinn. Air. K. A;'IW.
t- pnhlisher. The kuutfurn
f '"h bun reierillv impi.itid
'xW.oi, Ky. It is piihln-hid
F n , V. N. SiiuuiOiiH. Jmle
n , In litor, irf h poet ( iian.i
I'',') sullor of two very
t l.o kn, J he mUcJ Link i.nl
A'uru Lvrirf He edited a paper in
(irnada forty years ao.
The "jinerK1' have goodly foi'o
ing here. Ninlis Lodge No. :t07, A. K.
ard A. M., and Wa'ker t'lianter No.
2S, R. A. M.,wi h J. A. Rainwater a-
! W. M. n ) H. P. (Mr. R 1 ..I.Ik hi i-
fficcB than nr man in .ai lis, I
hink) l ave a large hrothi rhood. The
I K. of II. (I'mtv lnlge No. 7'i has
I ninety nienii.t rJ, ai d there is a I vg-
of K. and l. of II. besides, and ti.e
' A. I., ff II. baa a lodge. lirother
i .waitn-v. (t. R. of the (irar.d Ixdye
K. of II. of the Stata reaidta here.
i sir v. it. K;e rpnssnta ttie
; Weftern L'u'oa Telegraph, ti e
Snu'hern K.x prise, and the MuaiHsippi
! and Tennessee Ra Iroad ('impar.ies.
In religious tnait-rs Srrdis takes a
I high position, is if she wera drter
I mined to be aa hrisk in things spirit
ual aa she is in those "of the ear h
earthy." Since February lit protract
ed meetings held in the Presbyter. an,
Raptist and Methodist Chnrches r v
the reverend I'm'ors Hoyt, Ha'ch,
Rowen and Kilgore lave resulted in
200 ronvrMions. Indeed, so accus
tomed have the Sardinians become to
attend meeting at any hour when
they hear "tba sound of the chnri-h-going
bell" tha when Judge lUU's
home w a afire I tit s lay evening those
who heard the alarm bell reached f r
their hymn-books ucder the impres
sion that it was an early piuyenneet
ing. The Women's Christian Tem
perance I'nion haveas'rong branch
with six'y member, whose meet'ngs
re held once a week. Mrs.W. II. Wall
is president. Miss Mollie Duvall secre
tary, and Mrs. Kilen Moaj-ly treasurer.
The Mslhodist church is under te
pastxal rare of the R'vs. Ir. T. C.
Weir and U. N. Terry. Iti Sunday
school super inieiele'it is J. F. Hob-
good, aniMnl by J.- F. lavender, and
h i. Wall, sicretarv. The Rev. Dr
Spencer is pntr of the llaptist
church, and the II u. J. J. Hull is the
."uiHhv-schooi superintendent. The
; PreHtijterian church has for its minis
: ti-r ih Rev. R H. Crosier, the author
i of The Rrhel Spy aid other stories.
.1. A. Kainwa'er is superint-M.ilHiit of
the sunday sch. o'. The F.piscopal
clan i h is sar veil by the Rev. U. Ii.
Ilowib n. The i:h iretl people huve
two cliurclioH of the Methodist and
Raptiat denoininations. The Ycung
Men's ChriH'ian Asm c ation have a
lorsl liranch, with the Hon. J. (.
Hah' pno-idenl ami P. M. Simmona
secretary. 1 li-'y will foin have a free
Pnh.ic schools are in a Nourishing
condition under Mr. J. A. Ktinm tr,
county superintendent. There aro
h ur schools for white childrer-, w ith
2(H) pupils, tho teachers being Mrs. M.
A and Miss Jeanie TI:otnpfoi, Mrs.
and Misa Hooper. Mifg Mnllie Duvall
ami Mikj Mn'tie Moore. Mrs. F. I1
THE RIGHTS OF TOE.. H
OHSTA( I.F.S l THE WAV OF HER
Hie Injustice of Men' Laws-The
Pioltlna of Notary Public
A Case In Point.
E MUTUAL LIFE I. C
Kit ii iiti A. .'! t KIY. : : t i ; i
NnrrfBdir Vnlara f uflumrd
children in five schools. In mush:
classes are held by Mrs. Farthing and
Mrs Morgan Adirup, and Misa Lulu
wa i teaches fine arts.
Ann ni well-knowuSardisians I must
not lorgot to mention Dr. Mnrain
. . . . ...
mania, vice 'pti'siuent ol the Musi
Hipp! Dental Afsicialion. He hag
traveled in hurope and !.- an agreeable
coiiver-a'pinaJm: and otherwise ac
llio foregoing aketih gives a fair
idnsi( one of the beat towns in North
ern Minn sHlppi. It is pr gr.iasive and
angreHsive. lis young men are noik
iiighard t miikn a ti'y, and iti mer
cloinia by their tact ami energy are
draing trade from their aiater towna.
If Ihi sf remarks should meet the eye
id a siock-inisor or a wideawako
iiiriuer who Knows mere are more
profitable cropa than co'ton. I would
eay to him, "(io to Sardisl" J. I. c.
A n RIOUS CASE.
The t hief
Jnallce nt I'nnitilit
Chicaoo, III, April hi The Tiina'
Winnipeg apocial says: A curious case
is just now occupylug the legal and
judicial mind of this city. Ilia Lord
Bhip.lW. Walbridge, the Chief Justice
of tha Court of Queen's Bench, ia sit
ing as a Royal Commissioner, investi
gating charges against the Manitoba
Premier, and as such has been adverse
ly criticised by the Frt Prm (newspa
per), which has printej an editorial
plainly insinuating that the Commis
sioner is favoring the leader of the
government in his rulings and decis
ions. It frankly aaserta the belief that
the Commissioner is moved to partiiati
( ousideraioiiBand that in consequence
the inquiry will come shoit of tho
public expectation. Hucb comment
concerning; the chief or either of hie
Associate Justices on the Queen's
Bench in r. furence to his or their judi
cial acts would be contempt of Court
of the most ex'reme character and
would be punishable hy imprisonment
w itho.it the option of a fine; and, fur
ther, it wonl l be the duty of the Judge
thus criticised to summon the of! slid
ing editor befor him and Burn
marily idminiMor such punish
ment. Rut in the presen Im-Unce
the Chief Justice la aittirg; on the au
thority of the Lieutenant Governor in
council as a royal commissioner, and
not as the pretiding or pnsine judge
of theh gheHt court of tho province,
and the quest on ariso9 as to whether
or not he may be freely criticised in
the latter capacity. The Chief Justice
is ptuzl. d over the case. He held a
conference with his three awiciatis
on the bench privately, and it is re
ported that they could not agiee upon
the point at issue. Relieving that the
pos t on taken is tenable, the fm
i'rrw has renewed the aiUek, so that
Kline action on the part of the Chief
Justice is xpvrted. One of Mr. Nor
quay 'a counsel in the Investigation
will call the Chief Justice's attention
to the so ji'd publicly in a day or
tub, probably at the ins ancs of the
government, when a ruling will be
given, drHning t tie status of a jtldga
w Iji n sit Ing aa a royal commissioner.
l OLIMVATKK 1 1 EMS.
T oi llraraiorri llnrrrl'i
.srrti-UL cotiisrosnirrca or Tat irriiL.
CoinwATiH, Muts., April 13 At the
regular me ting of the Council to-night
it w ll he decided not to imnrisft the
privilege ttx oil drummer?, whom, on
thecui'rary, we ihall weicomo with
Mr. Garret, hi ok keeper for M.wre.
C. G. ( allicott A C;, has recei.tly be
come the owner of a hor.o with
retord. Ho is the recipient i f much
congratulation, and baa rules dseveial
offers for its purchase.
There was a general demand for
xtra copies o Kunday's Ai-psai,, ,0n
taining the Coldwater aitirU.
The Arkabuta concert Fiiday night
wf s a inus oil and Unaucial aui"cts.
In Ibe Itear Old Ua)a
We differ in creed and politics, but
w are a unit all the i amu on the de
di'ubieuess of a line bead if ban. If
you mourn the less of lhi hlis.ing
and irnamei.t, a bottle or two of
I'aikei'a Hair Hi.baru will make you
hck aa you did in the dear Id days.
It. is mo th trying. The onlv ataudard
5t ceuta article lor the hair.
Tu tha EJitura of tha Appeal:
Theodore Parker once snid, "He
i who will not reason ia a bigot, be
I h iio cannot reason is a fool, arid he
i who dare not return is a coward."
I adilre a myself to that number
i w ho dare to sweep the cobwebs of
I prejudice from their mind and look
Im ts in tho face, with the calm unim
i paw-ioned gaze of true common aenae.
j Then, in f 4ce of the fact that women
1 are holding the illice of notary public
in many places, wny will men act as
they Uo io rega'd to Mrs. M. K. Cona
way? It ia largely due toman and
the ri suits of their own laws that
women have been forced into new
fields of labor. If there had been any
qui s'inn of law that rou'd have been
brought to bear on her re uming the
piwition of real estate agent, the same
fight agtimt ber would have been
made. I am morally ceitiin she has
lilted heiself thoroughly for an office
of nr tary, or else she would not have
applied for it; and it comes with ill
grace from men to refer to the fact
concerning large moreyed interests be
ing involved aa was done on her first
application, seeing how mu :h mal
feasance in c (lire has bean shewn in
.Nhelhy roiinty, where the office
hoh.V'H are of the masculine gender.
and it needs only a brief review of
woman's work to see that in this very
rtspeci sue na oeen tielu in tngli es
teem as a public worker.
If the proverb be true that "the
pen ia mightier than the sword,"
woman's skill and force in uiing this
migriiier -weapon must eventually
change the doctrines tf the world.
The piogress madd in thirty-eight
year.i. since the mt law passed ia
New York lifting women in one thing
from ucdr the old common law, baa
been simply woideiful.
In that first convention, they de
manded equal rights in the universi
ties, in all trades and professions, to
complete equality in mcrriage, to per
sonal freedom, property, wage-,, chil
dren, to make contracts, ti lua and be
sued, and to tiftify in courts of jus
tice. In eviiry (Slate in the Union the
common law prevailed, and the con
dition of married women was in a
sense ai degraded as it could well
he, only that men, in the
mat, are always btt'er than
their laws. But in my humble
opinion, where a wrong ia to be
rignto l, one line of law is worth more
than any chivalry this side the middle
aires. "Why do you women meddle
in politics?" asked Napoleon of Mine.
Da Htael. "dire," was ber reply, "if
you will hang us by law we want to
know the reason why." So these ad
vanced thinkers among women made
the doniBmh I have cited, with the
additional one of holding the law
making power, the ballot, in thoir own
Money, or financial intertst, at
least, baa dotio much ti change the
law; f..r this lira hill that was
paiacd in Now Yo'k, giving property
rights to married w:m?n, grew out i f
the fact that great dissipation prevailed
a l ong tho aria-oi ratio Dutch f am
ies, and the thrifty old fanners found
wieir iiaiu-earneti no'ia s flying liko
mi ti in the handR of m scbievons
bons-in-law, and this caused inrluin-
tial pople to gneond the reformers,
and Judge Film of Nt. Lawrence drew
up the bill, and was very active in se
curing its passage ' from stiong per
The Now F.ng'and States, under the
women's rights agitation, was Dromot
in eradng some of her laws against
womnn ; and the new Territories eamn
into the f onfuderation of Htatea with
lawj fhr ahead of the older Statue. It
soetns that the ever-changing West
ruirtcti itsell upon the Bilent. nucha.
ing Eist, and induces the throwing off
of its old coBtoms. Witness the re
Fulls of the Legislature in Washington
Tenitry, where the full hallo; is in
the haiitls of women, and highly fa
vored by tho men loo. The Legisla
tive campaign sums up risu t-i thus:
The scientific temperance hill
alopted unanimously in bo!h houses.
tho local opuon bill pnssed deeoite
tremendous pressure brought t bea
against it. High license clause de
feated; bo too was the attempt to dt -feat
the Sunday law and the attempt
to relieve women of jury duty. The
age of consent was raiaed tiom ten to
Agaiti and again I am told nr asked.
what can a few women do? I ask.
what cannot women do, guided hv the
pirit that animated Klisaheth Klaek-
well in her invasion of the mulieal
school foity years ago
1 copy you a leltnr written hv ber
to my diar old friend Kmily T. Collins
ol New Haven. The following extract
shows the noble spirit, ai nothing else
Mv w hole life is dev. ted unre
servedly to my sex. The Btudy and
practice of medicine is, in my thought,
but one means to a gr-at end, for
which my eoul yeami with intense
somite emotion, of whi, h 1 bnva
dreamt d by day and night from my
earlieft childhood, for which I would
oflar un my life with triumphant
thanksgiving, it uiar'yrdnin could
secure that glorious end the true en
noblement tf woman tho full har
monious development of ber unknown
nature, and the coineoueiit re demo
tion of the win le human race. Earth
waiti btr quern." The whole of
ber leitr is io beautiful.
bo tine, ao Jus' I would gladly give it
all. Circums'snces favoring, I desire
to follow this paper with a series of
ar'i.i'iM niving tome facta concerning
the changes in ilia human constitu
tion tint will interest many, from the
fait that they it not generally re
ferred to in a split of int criticism.
but of tlppant scorn. Evolution is
the law of all things and nolhing ran
stay its p Oirefa. I wish our lawyers
will remeniher that M'sourf gave to
PhtcSe Cousins her admission to the
bar without dissent, and Harriet Hog
mer found in its medical school the
flut door that won't! open to ber to
Btudy at a'omy for her ne ss a Fru!p
t ir, and in its prrfmaor Dr. McDowell
a staunch friend
KMZAHBTH L 8AX0M.
In I lie Horlfl.
Nu lorlellnrr. t'tienprnt
JNO. P. WILKEESON, Agent,
Vo. 2 t ollon Ia Hi imge ItiilMlng. M-iiitliln. .
THE UVERfflORE FOUNDRY AND MACHINE COMPANY
FOI XDRV & MACHINE DEP'T.ICO to 171 Adums St,flemphi8.
ANDREW 8TEWAET, New Orleans, ANDREW D. GWTONE, Mem
T, Mil & CO..
Wholesale Grocers, Got. Factors
SO. 83 AXD 358 FBOXT STREET, MEMPHIS. TEXK
STEWART BROTHERS & CGBiPAfJY
COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
' rtint A
mr---"-' JlJLS Railway
IKON & It A I LU AY SUPPLY DEP'T, 22(5 and 228 SecondsI
Oils cfb IXTtx-xrzxl Stores
Ofllce, 349 Front Street, Memphis, Teniu
il-Uf-ceiffiiri in thiii I
ri lrii rtinont to J.)UN v ANOQUE.)
ANY ''IIINII in itv.prli-.. '
I. M. ILSI ON.
h. h. miiKi.
ALSTON, CKOWELL & GO,
And rtntnilHnion Merchouts. Hn, torn Oatn, Bran, Chop Feed, Oil-Meal,
Llu , rement, I'luiter, IJuildinic and r'lre Krirk, Etc.
Cor. Front and llnfon. 1 Howard's How. Momphls.
NO. S. TOOK.
B. L, JfcOOWAN.
J. ti. McXKlllli.
w. a. PAiii!,u
wmm a en
j III UUHUIItti IA UUli
Wholesale4 GrGcers, Cotton Factors,
And Deulei-ri In I.evee mimI Kallroad Kuyptien,
Nn. 9.j4 Trnt Stfryiot .r.T.wM, TiHTirpuroiu.
L. D. MULLIN8.0I UUJ. K. Godwin A Co. JAS. YONOB. 1 ol J. W. CaldwaU t 0,
MULLINS & YONQE,
Cotton Factors &Commission Merchants
No. 1 Hovard'a Row, Cor. Front and Union, Memphlg.
er.Thornton & Co
Cotton Factors, Wholesale Grocers,
Front afreet. : MemnliK Ten(l.
BfiOCEllS, COHOK FACTORS
M7 to AIO.
30 tt $15.
Ice Cream Freezers,
Fly Funs and Traps,
Stoves, 'I n ware, Etc
And Commission Merchants,
SCO and gfig yront Nt.. OTnmnl.tiu. Tenn.
WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS,
"OS. 878 AND 7lOSfr TWF
. W. HACRAE.
VV'(;iLAV STOCK FARM.
- WOODLAWN in loriiii-d within four mjn,
of fourt iiuiitw, Mti'iiiihiti, and contains 240
crn al iii-rei iu irrniu. nil unior o ul tonne; hm lurmi auhles, ooil hado and runnlno
water all the year round, and will be devoted enti'elr to iatnring and felling stock of every
"""" I'ropareu to receive ami ten on commission all inidn ol oioodod and
tlacceiMorfi to P0TR, TA t!0
! Cotton Factors
raded Stork, llomeii. Cuttle. Shoo. Uik, Poultry, etc. Ihuaa having stock for sale I shall WTO,
glad tO COrreMOOnd With them. Thn. Whn flA.irn tn t,n,haiji. I w 1 1 1 H A .vi, tn .Kl. 1 n
mini .nevrcquini. i ne nil lowing Btal lions will stand the siason at Woodlawn :
., ,"H w -Irk brown stallion, liihanri. hieh. bv Kmioirer, dam Kurica by Rurlc.
tlarkawny won treat Host titake", M. ' naie, 187ft, 2 mile ho.its, in i:M and 3:35, and the
followinn day won the llarnean 0u, wile beat, in 1 :43 and 1 :4i!4. Is horse of line style
ond sure foal. Iletter i t e, ' Jil.
ll LrSI -lly Triton (own brother to Trinkot-2:14), dam Mis flutler. dam of Maud
Suil?ri. breeder s cert Unite. as 3 yeur old. Ilol'ua is r ch Wood bay, 3 years old,
ia. i ' salted, and rimiie rat speed Kee, $h.
HSSHS.H I Hul'i ' Hr.ire i a durk bay trotting a-d pacing stallion, winner of First
lJ'r"ill' .' "' hi-l. sired by lt..y Dim, he by Leiinstun. Foo, fid.
11 ! ,KI -Kcnis'rod A. I. O. 0. Jers-y Dull.
rut hAI.K-One young eriiev Bull. Peacocks. I 0 per nnirj O-evhotinil Puns, HOeach:
Npwtoundland I'uns. Sltl each : lllnck HreaU,il Rnl lliina Kirn.. -'.,.,., I,. .n
tr ou!!.li',., '""".'timry curt-on, can be consultodat ttoodlitwn. Oi
JAY 8MIT1I A CO., -iM t',nt. ddres a I let! rs
JiiW.HM WI'K .KV.iM Fr.nt street. Memphis, Tenn.
aOO FRONT STREET, i i MEMPHIS. XUTfffc
City Agents, JAS.
W. A- GAGE St CO.
Ilewtiliry Tonr Heme,
FiniKh tin' walls ami (viliium w ith
AlnliiiMtino. You can tlt it; hix-
jM-ntiivo; try it. H Into ami twelve
tmtH. ('Iu'iifr ami Ix-ttor than paint.
talatimiiH1 or paper. Dinitrferto aiiii
prevents tliMenses. Ileuntifnl tmmple
aril free. hv tlruirniNtn. Iianlwiire
anil puint ilenlent. $ eiven aay.
H. MAN.-HKLl) A CO., Memphis.
Mrtrkrn Wills Aiilray
N I Aii a it a Iau.-, 0T., April IX
Vr. 1. II. A melt, nifeil neventv years,
Huperinti iiileiit nf tlie Anierieaii Kx
pre.sn (mipany, ilieil U ilay from the
efleeta of a htroke of apoplexv.
JHmrV HHU 1BB4,
Sternberg fe Son,
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TOBACCO, CIGARS & PIPES.
:.:.f Front, St., Cor. Union, Memphis. Tenn.
DILLARD & C0FFIN7
MempliiN, Ten a.
ley t'wuli iIvmiioh lo fr'iiHiii niul l'lniiler-M.
HILL, FONTAINE CO.
Cotton Factors and Wholesale Grocers
$S-29$ FromtWt., JflempJ.ai. TnA
in ft rm ; J
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AW ABB PLABIPHMHLL, NiVT.ftKL,
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Molding, Lumber,
Lath and Shingle, Flooring, ViliiiR mid Cedar Posl.
HILL. F0HTAIB i
Cotion Factors. Commission lercfiantss
Mo. 116 South Main ftl.. Iip.iU
LARGEST BUEWERY IN AMERICA.
Jos. Schlitz Brewing Gompany,
Ml?!WlIITSi nniVrU I IB nl HUII Works, IOllrli
ill ti ill 4 II 10 DliAllVll,; loiaudleehune,eo.Nala4 An..i. s
S. ROESCH1.R. Agent, Memohia, Tenn.
Nalsia ! 18811, 3SK),000 Barrels ..SHlm of Hemphls Hrnaith, 100,000 jaev..
Nnlva In l. ann.lNin Mrt-l.
ADLER BRQ. &C0..261 ST
shoe 0 m
Latest Novelties in Footwear
FOR. BPRIfja AND SUMMER.
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It Button, Laoe and Congress.
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Mailed Oee on willolin.-
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KELLY, ROPER & REILLY,
Cotton Factors, Wholesale Grocers, bfOCerS QL UOttOn raClOrS,
io. 11 I niiii street : : Memphis, Teim,
, S93.9Ialn Street, Gjom Uloek.