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MEMPHIS? DAILY APPEAL TI IT USD AY, APtfIL 15, 1886.
BMhUitVS TEMPER.
ANOTHER EXHIBIT BEFORE THE
TELEPIIO'E rOlTTKE.
Rabbi- Again barged With Itelng
rnirl for ibo Hell Company
The Invfstl.faUon.
WiigBiNOTON, April 14. Mr. Van
3enthnyi'n again took thesl-nml when
.b Ttli'p! ouic Invi Btiariun Coiuimi
a?e mt-1 to dy. He produced a cony
if tbe ret 01 d used in the Xc Or
cana tu.t to ihow, is be aaid, that thn
dmdohUods that be had uec ali-xiiinile
if the record i f the Interior Depa't
OPtit proceeding wai not Un. Hx
aid that hoth judjreti at New Oilcana
nuhbed Mr. Stnrrow, tlie liell coun
el, for his attempt to make a si'iina
ion without proper foundutioa.
He was unite willing to anhwer
ueations about the New O. leans auit
the utterances t f Mr. (inuid d
Mieertnu at the wrakneea of the etrik
ra. l.rTTLa fU-vt. DemomU: When we
are asm li d by organized murder, it if!
Bine to dnp the treks of denmirnjjy
and gt-t down ti earnest Immnrs.
with the police aa well m with Ujp
iudividnal.
Lmi.K RrcK Cdt'Ur : The h"tne d
mand is ii ullicieut to ue the UIkt
needing ard requiring employment,
and our exintirii tariff lawn prevent
that conipttition with foreign nations
without which the exctsa of laliur
anno' find steady and remunerative
employment.
Parauopi.d Prein: We connratnlitte
the MiRiPMpi IKielA'ure in taking
the recent tp in plauirg a tax on
drummers. The only objection we
ran rain to the provisions is tint the
tax is t o light. Drumuieis are i r
tuinly a weighty incubus on the com
merce of the country.
Arkansas Oazttlt: The principle on
which we have for a quarter of a ceo-
I THE LATE JAMES SMITH.
PLBLIC MEMOBUL MEETING
II ELI) AT JAlKM)., MISS.
The MiMhUuippI Railroad Committee
(Jetting Down to Bunlnen Ir
ritations for a Conference.
uV he did not regard it a relevant to V ,hi' n.hr .ml keenin.
i, ,i r . . , ,
be iBveetignticn. He would like to
now who Ingged in this matter, as ha
id not pic p 'He to have 'any record
ere by Mr. Knnrtf y for the use of the
le i Company on matters totally if
Levant to the inane.
Mr. Rannpy asked if two paga bad
ot bem iiweit'd in the record, to
hich wilDuea replied that h did-not
now that any thing had been inert
1, and it a noho ly's bus iibs but
la own; he had a perfect right to do
l he plra'cd in that mattr, and it
ad nothing to do with this investiga
on. Mr. Rannpy asked why new copies
d been printed in New Orleans; why
ad not the original rtcoid been utcj
id the cipher allhlavit cut out.
"Von have got no hmiiness to nek
ten a quest inn; you 'shall not auk it
id I will not answer it," replied the
it n ess. "If you aro huih'iiig tip a
cord Dow for any bo y you iiiiuu t
it through me."
Mr. Ivanii' V There is no liiHimifl
)n about it I auk f ir naked facts.
WitrcM (defiantly) The courts
ive already iirimhI on it, my friend ;
iu cannot meke anything "oiif of it
r vonr company, I will tell you
Mr Kanuey (ateruly) Pleam answer
e question I put to you.
Witno-s (with that fame remark
mnt "cu'tinn out ') -No, sir; I will
t. I would iot hike itny book and
t ariylliirg out (tiling up aud atrik
K the Utile with his flat). .' It is for
other aurpose in the world than
bent lit the Bell Company, lis
Ir. Kuuncy) could nit have gotten
these eUluuientH except through
s Bell Cninrany and their euiph yeB.
Mr. Hunney (impnrativt ly) Mr.
inogrupher, will yJt fileaee put that
I'm lull igrtiu !
rVitneas (angrily) I won't answer
1 won't ttnswer any insinuation of
it kind. 1 would not if the whole
ogresa would ask It. I hare the
host rcsp'ct for all the members of
igreea wttn a Jew exceptions. I
Ir. Rajiney (coolly) - I will pane the
f tion.
lien Mr. Hanney ttir.id his a'ten
I to the psrt of the tfH'iuionv rcU
1 1 the 1'itUiburg mit, but witnew.
J refiife I to ariNwer the qnhtioiiit.
Raid he had to'J everything nni'iir
reaolniir.n that he know anything
ji. ii mere h any impropnety,
ear I don't knnw it," he taid. "I
Va mit going on in New Orleans
a foverrimW suit is coming iu) in
:h 1 expwt to take part, n ml I
tf4j;!.'L'.i.!I'8A0 record b-ere.
with a ant -he! of Bell pupert
leci gnu Mr Ktnrrnw'a tud.iM.t
I dou'l propose to make a record
dr. fitorrow or any body else."
r.' Rnney asked If the witness
not imtructed his attorneys to
draw the defense in the rittsburV
ftr ltia intertiew with Casey
n . :
itneat again refused to answer,
)g that he was not going to pru-
an correepnndenoe with his
ttl that was bis legal right. The
eaaaad reeovered his temper, and
Broat aang froid, told Mr. Kanaey
a mitiwish to be regariludas
ng ug y' toward him In particu
'he had 'told Mr.Btorrow and
Jtpainson (another oonnsel f ir the
Company) that thny: wera- falsi
cf the fact; lit had aJiio Inform.
iB rxeaulont thai Mr. Dickicain
Id not he parmitied to practice iu
qat1 ihtlie TJuitcd smtea. , C'on
tg, the1 witness took tip- aevrrnt
tnontg made, as ho snid, hy the
attuneyB in the ron.ts, aud
id them overwiihsu hcoininenla
.hatisa falsehood;" 'That is a
etate lie," and eo on.
.uney put another question
' t the Tittsburg ani', B id the
j-8 ouly went oil into another de
lation of the Bell Company. Wit
is Very deaf and mm ni l-
ted without difficulty, besides, he
iiueJ that he a not feeling
f amiable this morning," he was
and so Mr. Knney patiently si
P luin to liniHti before he anke l:
a. all ynu have to Buy iu answer
question ?"
au't you think that is enoughf"
mled the witness in atono ol ur
'while thee . ininittee joined the
t tj in the laughter that fol-
loururd.
ing
out their products hy excessive taxa
tion. It ii inrnnsistent with the un
written ommerciul laws of Dations
We see on all handi that it is a mis
take which, if continued, will bring
disaster.
A WOMtV.H (TKHE.
1 he Mrana; KrUlloanbtp II Had to
I he Haral.a of Two Oreat Nlraia
era oa I he Ohio Tear Ako.
RKANSAS ITEMS.
taaaooN .Sun: The cnld weathfr
t week was not ery fLVQmble t
p truck.
NKI.SY Argxit: Much "aiu.ige was
to fruit bv the lf cnld msp.
in "truck" also enffered toi s d
r. i
sola Tinira: One troullo now.i
s, there eri two many young
ttioeo hhudg are lined witk pink
I
til A Tint Those of oar fit i
fhoplauud gudei.B larly are
i hhi guii'o unw of ea'ing vegeta-a-lier
than their neighiira.
ia Demvcral: The luU' frreea aud
it 'a thought have great y dam
i not totally dtfctroytd the pnach
ilum crop in some paria of the
ii
T Smith Time; Our Board of
and bauka will no duilit bear
wt-iatthe volume of trade as
InuBviii.K, Kv., April 12. There
ure not a few people who have a vivid
recollection of the terrible river horror,
when the two eplendid alt atners, the
I'nited N ates and the America col
lided on the Ohio, nmr Florence, and
burned In the wa'er's edge, each with
nearly 200 paseengera n board, the
night of Htceml er 4, 18(18
Among the patsengera that night on
the United f"'t tus wes Col. George U.
Northup, now city passenger sgent of
the Jetl'iirsiinvillH, Madison and In
dim apolis laiir.'ad, and the grand
eommander of De Molay Command,
ery of Knights Templar. To a party
of friends, at h little social gathering
in the ofllce of the new Grand Thea
ter laKt Dight, Col. Noithnp told the
following story in connection with
that ttngio ftflrtir, and aa it has never
bu-n printed, it is worth it now:
' I whh never snpeialitious in the
slightest," eaid the colonel, "but I
witnessed one thing that came near
making me a believer in almost every
thing of that nature. It was in No
vember, IstiH, that the incident oc
cupied. I was working for the Penn
sylvania read at that tune and had my
hcadquartera hi r, as now. It was a
cnsioiu of ours to visit all the boats
when they landed in order to catch nn
ti some Kaitcrn husinesp, and on the
day I speak of, sevural of ns went to
the wharfbnat as usual. Tlieenlendid
steamer America had just landed,
Having gone down from Oincmmiti.
We walked into the otllce and sat
down near the stove to wait until
things got straightened up. While we
were sitting there a woman and two
children enterid They were all
poorly dieted and carried bundles
wrapped up in handkerchief, which
stamped thun m emigiants. They
had a lierMtdiy foreiirn appenrance,
and it developed when the woman
walked up 'o the clerk that sho was un
Iuiian, nnd could not speak a Word ol
Ki.gliHh. rhe endeavotod to make
known her wai U, kn the cVrk could
not understand hr. W-"" ",' to-
- .. n 'log ou an Italian who
could apeak Knglieh happened to eu
ter. The woman made known her
wants to mm. Jt appears that she had
purcnm e-l emigrant tickets at Cincin
nan lor 8 . Lonis and wai to have
UK n passage on the Unit-d 8 ates,
winch went to her destination.
Through mistake, however, some one
put her on board the America, which
only came as far down as this city.
Mho was allowed to keep her tickets,
and what she wanted the clerk to do
wes to-take her back to Cincinnati f.w
nothing so shs could use her tickets to
St. Louis, as they weie not good
from any other starting point.
The cleik refneed to comply with
her request, and she grew terribly ex
cited. Walking to the stove she took
the poker and laying it ou the flojr
proceeded to go through a number of
motions with hir hands, at the same
time uttering rome words. She kept
this np fur several momenta, then
siaited for the cabin door. Before
iec hing it, however, hhe stopped and
taking off her boy's cao tl raw it on
the 11 or and wont on tbraiiBU another
cxhili.'ion of pantomime, winding up
wiih the eame w irds as bed rd, 'hull
wnlkid out, crowing the gang-plan1',
went up the li ve... We asked the
Iiuliau what she meant, nud he re
plied ehe had "cursed the two boats"
which had been tlie means
of her failing to reach her
proper di sanation, and prayed
that some harm might befall
them. It was not thirty days afterward
until the terribb collision occurred,
and both of them were burin d. No
one knows how many persona were
l"Kt that night. All the books of the
I'nited Htateswere burned and the
rtco d of pastenge.a destroyed. It is
thought, however, that aoout eight I
Irs their livec. Kver since then,
when I recall tl a'niiiht, 1 cannot help
thinking of the Italian woman's curse
ard wondt ring at the coincidence. I
rave never seen or heard of lur from
thatj.lay to thi."
' i jiiiuo ui irairo was Hi-ii.,;,.
r increased over any previous illn..al
o.t.n tt. T ...... ..V. 1. 1 ! . . '
.iniuLU 1 ieai. ilin piuultu:oini(n
lost reliinle reprrih we rerrlve
le fruit crrp is very seriously v-
if i'Ot almost eiiliitij dtetroyed,
Bute.
.a Democrat: The bndocrats Wid
von. Any one can see how it
ih die is cast, and eie long w
ilnw the horns in the funeral
f d a I "kin cotton."
O' ci.o I'rt: (iould las profv.wed
ro lo 8,im : th rest of his days
aa it ease, but the Kiiiel.tiof
, r vea t Ldeni y to make '.heo'd t
ites whf n they g j on a ttrike.
'I B Rot-K fiiizitla The a'rlke 1 a,
i d not a 1 tlie. univife and f jo -rttuip,
but noihirg nun un.
t"g itssouicetLa . Hit- vn-.iga lo
I bombntt recently t.-'-.iaohed
linralgrntlou ana Labor.
Newark (N. J.) Jmtrnal: Aceonling
h the report of the Bureau of Statistics
of the United States Government, the
number of immigrants arriving at tho
various ports of cntrv in this country
from foreign shores during the month
of February last, was HL'tilt. Thin ia n
i decrenw of iLVi, comiiared with the
i corresponding month of lSMo. For
the eight months ending with Febru
ary, 1 io,!ii4 immigranta arrived in the
I nited States, compared with 177,21(1
in the corresponding eight month's of
the previous year. This is a loss of
II 4 per cent., whereas the loss of the
month of February is onlvi:ipor
cent., showing that the movement liiia
been more favorable, if Hll illr'r.Mio.. In
he population in this direction can bo
far the larger part
comes from Grnl
considered so. By
I oi una increase
ermany, Bohemia ami
nngnry. These conntriei fnmi.k
tiOtfi. or nearly tij per cent, of the total
iiumU'r. The movement from the
former two has always equaled about
.0 per cent, of the total, but the latter
two are ci)iiiratively new as sources
from which a large numl erof our
no migrants have been drawn. Russia
iiii.l t ic Scandinavian peninsula have
usually furnished a large proportion,
but latterly the number has dwindled
away, thitsidcof the Furoi.ean . oun
tnos, excepting Spain and Turkey
the ret of the world contributes iess
than i per cent, to our annual increase
In jKiimliUion 1 v immigration.
Thp 1 1 rliiinir,) NammerlaiKl
A book deseriptive of the snnnm-r
resorts of the Northwest will be mailed
to you frrf un application h. R. S. Hair
general passe i ger agent Chicago ami
Northwestern railway, Chicago, III
ISrtCIAL TO TBS ArrBAL.I
Jackson, Miss, April 11 There
was a public meeting of representa
tive citizens held at the City Hall this
afternoon in honor of the la'e James
Smith of Glasgow, Scotland, a former
citizen of this city, who died at his
home on Saturday last
The Hon. John McGill, Mayor ol
the city, was called to the chair and
1). P. Porter appointed setreUry.
Messrs. I. N. Bariows, Charles H.
Manship, Win. J. Brown, sr., Dr. liob.
ert Kelis, Judge T. J. Whaiton, 1). P.
Porter and Col. J. L. Power were ap
pointed t) draft resolutions suitable
for the occasion, and after a ahoit ab
sence tbe committee, through their
chairman, Mr. Barrows, repotted a
preamble and resolutions eulog z'ng
tho character of tbe distinguished
dead, por. raying in fitting terms his
many viitues and great merit and sor
rowfully deploring his deajb.
The meeting wai addressed in feel
ing and eloquent terms by Mr. D. N.
itarraws, Judge T. J. Wharton and
Mr. C. H. Manship, all associates and
intimate friends of tbe deceased for
half a ceatury past.
Tbe resolutions were unanimously
adopted aud the meeting adjourned.
BUI. ROAD IIATTIHS.
In response to the Invitation of the
Railroad Commission, Uen. W. 8
Martin, president ; C. D. Frost, super
intendent, and W. W. L'ngard, audi
tor of the Jackeon, Natchtz and
Columbus Railroad Company, ap
peared before the!(.'ommiBfion to-day
and gave information concerning their
road and the railroad interetts gener
ally. The Commission has extended
invitations to the authoritiis of the
varicui railroad companies doing busi
ness in this S'a'o to confer wiih them
on the Btihjec t ol the tariff f ir freights
and pasfengera of their respective
roads. The Auditor is now distribu
ting to the vanous counties their pro
ratashaMof $117,0n0, the lame being
the Inst ii.s'alltnent of the schnol fund
for 188!), which fund wag JHOO.OOX
llltO tVNfsVILLE, TENS.
A KonalUK Tempernnee Herllna In
vltallona Out lor a Wedding.
ICIIRHtBrONOINOI or TBI APPIAI..I
BuowNtviixx, Tknn., April 111 In
vitations are out for the marriage of
Mits Lillian C. Nelson to Mr. A. W
ChambliFs of Chattanooga on April
Until, i'he ceremony will he per
formed by the Rov. Dr. Chambliss of
Baltimore, father of the groom, at tbe
residence of the bride's mother, Mrs.
M. F. Nelson.
A rousing tomperance meeting was
held last night At Mann's Oneia
House. Judge MuFarland of Hum
boldt was the orator of the occasion.
He made a tine add. en?, which w is
well received. Speeches were made
by Borne of our home meu. Music
ww furnished by a double qua tjtte
of our voung people. BrownBoille
seems to be gtt'ing warm in the cause,
and before long may be too hot for
WlllBKy.
THE MDTUAL LIFE IMS. C
0 ISJiaXAT YORK.
Itlt'II.tKI) A. Mcd RIiV. : : t : :
t : : rrcNideDl.
.10!, 000,000
KiirrrDiIrr Talnea Indorsrd n Pollclf.
la Iho Wurld.
Ko Forrellore. Cheasfl
EnaiCIND, 3VX.X.. i
I I Ux amluer.
JNO. F. WILKEESON, Agent,
. 2 "foil F.x-liimg ItnUtlliig. lrfomitlilw.
THE LIVERMORE FOUNDRY AND MACHINE COMPANY.
FOUNDRY & MAC1IINK IKl"T, 10 to 174 Adams St., Memphis.
isms r ij,-, .
g is . ," .. 9
-" -L. JT 1MUVAPS
Ealoe, jjfi F
Naw-Wlllx,
ClrlM- M""1
froMfM A
llulldlna
Work,
Oenrral
;Rittlra.
IKON & RAILW AY SUPPLY DEP'T, 220 and 228 Second St.
Bar Iroa,
Boiler Iroa
Hoop, Rand
Nheei Iron,
Nnn,
n I vela.
Waabers,
Rallwar
Hoppllea.
iStirneimori In thin lcnartment to JOHN MANOOUE.)
-Vrit nf fnr fif-irnmtion nn ANY 'I H t Ml in nttbnr line.
T
P. N. AL,rON,
ft. W. C BO WELL,
H. U. HADK1.
ALSTON, CROWELL & 00.
ST,
And Commission .Merchants. Haf,Corn Oats, Bran! Chop Feed, Oil-Meal,
Llm , Cement, Plaster, Hnildlnf and Fli llrick, Etc.
Cor. Front si rid Union,
1 Howard's Row. Memphis.
NO. H. TOOK.
E. L. MoOWAN.
J. ti. MoTIOUb.
W. 8.FAT11S0
l.lltle Koch 4'nnnrll Iadlorh.
Little Kock, Ark, April 12. Iho
new members of the Cly Council
eleit' d on the lth instant wore in
atalled at to-nighi's meeting of that
b idy. The positions of the city clerk,
city attorney aud citv physician ei
pired to-night, and H. Ulay Jones,
present clerk, and a Knight of Labor,
Mr. A. R. Wilaig, were placed in nom
ination for the position. The Council
balloted for three hours for a choice
between the two gentUmen, but were
tillable to decide aa to who should oc
cupy the fatted perquisite for the
next two yeara, and postponed the
matter until to morrow night. A like
fate was met with in the case of city
attorney. W. J. Terry, present omeer,
W. M Benjamin and 8 K. Allen, the
latt two being Republicans, were
named lor the olnce. Three hours
were giten to balloting for choice, bnt
no choice was reached, and at 12::i0
o'clock the Council decided to ad
journ until to-m rrow night. The
deadlock is to ant aaane iteriiig wedge
in next tali s county election. wIihii
the Unpublican narty expect to make
a despora'e enVr. to ca.tlie the
couuty ofllces
Mlaalmlppl Ulrla at NnKhvlllo
At the annual election for elans hon
ors at Wards Seminary. NaNhvilln.
Tenn., Friday last, one L iumiana and
six MidBtHhinni airls to.ik hoioirn m
follows: Kirdt senior valedictorv Mi
KaUie H. Bnrwell of Mis-issi, pi ; Latin
saluta'ory, Miss K iza. FeaUiKrston of
Mississippi: French valedirtorv Mid.
May Beaird ol Louisiana: address to
undergraduates, Miss Ann'e Connor of
Mississippt ; eecoud senior vaUdictory,
Miss Vernon Htewait of Mim.mal,ni
first French va'edictorv. M inn OnrinnA
Stirling of MisHmiopi; junior
valodictory, Miss Rona Good
man of Tennessee; German va'
edictorv, Mise Dhlsy Williams ot Mis
sissippi. Mis Kins FeUherst on. who
received tho Latin salutatory, is the
daughter of Judge Keatherston of
Holly Springs. The clsai in which
tliese young ladioi of our own and
lister State carried off to largo a per
centage of the honors Is composed of
foity-nve seniors.
Tears Tench More Than Boohn.
Among other valuable lessons im
parted by this tacher is'ihe fact that
or a very Inns time Dr. Pierr..'.
"Golden Medical Discovery" baa been
tbe prince of liver corrective ami
blood purifier, being the household
physician of the poor man. and the
able consulting physician to the rich
patient, and praised r y all for its mag
nificent service and efficacy in all dis-
tas s of a chrouic nature, aa malarial
poisoning, ailments of tbe respiratory
and digestive systems, liver disease,
and in all cie-oi where the use of an
a'terative lemedy is indicated. '
The IrUh National Leavne.
Dktboit, Mien., April 14. The re
ort of the Uev. Dr. Charles Keilly.
hvajiurer of tho Irish NMtionut
League of America, for the four
weeks ending April 10th. has lxen
made public. March 13th th ere vm
on hand a balance of fl'l,4ti5 7X and
the receipts since increased the
amount U $'tt.SS5 7.). Aoril 8th a
Iraft for VtXM U was s.'iit to Tar.
nell, leaving a balance of $11,283 W.
L-JLhLr," llnllnlln.
(l I'M Ufa, O.. Anrii'U. -The Tuvn..
Investigating Committee held a con
sultation anil the members found they
could not agree upon the main points,
and it was decided that two reports
ahull be submitted to the House. The
work ol preparing the report bs
begun, and, it is understood, will be
completed in a lew days.
toof. nn ! GO.
Wholesale Grocers, Cotton Factors.
Aud Jteuler la Levee and Itailroftrt Sopplies,
Tffft. 274 Fr-ont Stvwwt TWyin8, To
REFRIGERATORS.
31 SI men,
II AKO WOOD,
WALNUT MIDKBOARD,
87 lo 10.
ICE CUESTS.
8 NIZES,
8120l4tgl5.
Ice Cream Freezers,
Fly Fans and Traps,
Water Coolers,
Stoves, Tinware, Etc
& CO.,
257 Main st,Memphis
MM
WMLAY$ STOCK FARM.
nr WOODLAWS in located within four initen of Court Square. Momphls, and roattim 240
aorat 201) nra iu grana, all un ir aoid leui ha liirgu jliiblcn, good ihada and running
water all the year round, and will be devoted entirely to pasturing and jelling stock of every
variety. I am now prepared to rooeive and aell on eommiMion all kinds of blooded and
traded Stock, Homes , Cuttle, Shoon. Hogs, Poultry, eto. Ihoae having atock for aale I ahall
e glad to correspond with them. Those who desire to purchase. I will endeavor to obtain
what they reouire. The lollowing Stallions will atand tbe aeaaon at Woodlawn :
H A HH 4 WAT Dark brown ataUion, 16 handa high, by Enquirer, dam Kurica by Rurlo.
Markaway won treat Pout Stakes, ht. ouis, 187H. 2 mile heata, 'n i:3 and S:S5. and the
following day won the Uarnean Cup, mile heata, in 1:43 and l:4i!. Ii horae of fine atyle
ondaurefoaj. (letter F. o, fit).
IIOLTO. By Triton (own brother to Trinket-2:14), dam Hiag Butler, dam of Hand
Dutlert breeder a cert 6 rate, 2:2Ai, aa 3 years old. HoPon is rich blood bay, 3 yean old,
ISjS high, lev.,1 galled, and prowiaea grral apeod. Fee, f IS.
HottKK V HnV' ilrace is a dark baytrotting and rs'ng stallion, winner of Flrat
Prue at Kerrville, H'.V hinds hi.h, aired by Rhv Dion, he by Leiington. Fee, 110.
Hllt K "KI .C Beaistered A. I. C. C. Jer.v Bull.
FO BALK One young .leraer Hull. Peacocks, !0 per nuir; Grethnund Pupa, 10 each)
Newfoundland Pups, tit) ach; Dlack BreaaUid Ked Uau.o Ekks! Iper doien
"f V- !' omi'ii, oterinary burgron, can be conaultod at woodlawn.
JAV SMITH Jk CO.. 2H4 Front. Address a I Ictt-rs
JOftrPH Bl' B K T.4 pr,nt street
City Agents, J AS.
Memphis. Tenn.
W. A. GAGE & CO.
Cotton Factors,
EHTAIjIaBH 18(14.
Sternberg Sl Son.
(Nr''ENNOKsl TO STEKKBEKtl at LEE)
a rT.nin a t.hi
TOBACCO, CIGARS & PIPES.
336 Front St., Cor. Union. Memphis, Tenn.
MUffilTtrGOrTI
COTTON FACTORS,
Menipliia, Tenn.
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A.B.TREAD WELL1 CO
Cotton Factors, Wholesale Grocers.
No. 11 U nl on Street, : ; Hemplila, Teas,
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STEWART BROTHERS & COMPANY'
COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
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CHESS-CAHLEY COMPANY
Oils cfij ISTbl-xtelI. Stores
Office, 349 Front Street, Memphis, Tenn.
L. D. MULLI5S.pI UUJ. R. Godwin k Oo. J AS. YONOB, UU ol J. W. Caldwoll A Oo
mUiililNS & YONQEL
Cotton Factors & Com mission Merchants
No. 1 Howard Row, Cor. Front and Union, Memphis.
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Cotton Factors, Wholesale Grocers,
IVo. 300 Front slreet. s MenipliiM, Tenn.
SUGGS 5 FETTIT
WHOLESALE
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COTTON FACTORS
And Commission erchants.
260nml SG2 Front St.. TTTemnlilH. Tnn.
A. VACCARO & Oo
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WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS,
NOS. 278 AND 9RO TIIOWT STKIi" .rvwrPHTS.
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HILL, FONTAINE & CO.
Cotton Factors and Wholesale Grocers
89G20S Front St., JEXemplila, Tenn.
LULL, FONTAINE & GO.
Cotton Factors, Commission Merchants,
Tiu. 116 Won lb Main St.. St. Uuli
LARGEST BREWERY IS AMERICA.
Jos. Schlitz Brewing GompanVt
UPUDIIIU Tll t VPTf l Oflla aa4 Botlllac Works, I 4U Valoa
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Walwi It. ano.OOO Brrli.
ABLER BRO, & CO.,261 DIAIN ST
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Latest Novelties it Footwear
FOR. SPRIXfl AND 6VMJ1ER.
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W. Lo.Dong3as 13.00 Calt S&oes
In Batton, Lao. aad Congreaa.
Hloitratti' Catalotrn. and Prio-Lllt
Mailed Bn on application.
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Wbolewale Dealer and PubllMfaer,
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and
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Write for CbUWikw. No.22.'I nnd 2 SV.C'WT HT MF.WPIH'
KELLY, ROPER & REILLY,
WHOIXSAL
Grocers & Cotton Factors,
Xo. 393;9Iaiu Street, OaTOHO Block.,

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