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TRAGIClFFAIR.hK.miS.
TWO MEN MIOT TO PIECES BY A
MOB.
Illtta in a Flet Fight lurdercd Hit)
Brother llorrlble 8eng1Ioi
at Lrmoat, 111.
Akthoni. Kab., April 19. This
morning tbe city of Aothony was tbe
ccene of a most liasric afl'air. About
two moBth mk" tiffht occurred in
the Tillage o Danville near this
place, between three brother named
Wtaver and a man named Shear-r.
The Utter as fatally wounded and tbe
Weaver boys wtra arrested and Hur
ried away to avoid violence. Lat-t week
they were held for trial, but their
cases were continued for the term,
with bail filed at 110,000 tach. At 1
o'cleck this morning a mob of forty or
more armed men snrroanded the resi
dence of the Sheriff, wbeie the pris
oners were nnder guard. The guard,
bearing them, rnshed the prisoners oat
of tbe back door and into the base
ment of the nw school building. Tbe
Kherifl waa taken prisoner by tbe mob
and guarded. The deputies Coding it
oaeleea to resist surrendered. The
'Weaver brothers defended them
selves iu i heir ttmggle for life
with a revrlver which tbey had taken
from oec of the deputies. They were
finally overpowered by tbe mob and
disarimd. Ropes were placed about
their necks and preparations were
made to hang them to the rafters, but
the trample of approaching fet
frightened the mob, so they fired fif
teen or twenty 6 hots into ca 'h man,
literally shnoiing them to pieces and,
mounting their horses, rode rapidly
away. The mother of the boys and
the wife 4 one i f them witnessed the
, titira tmgidy.
A ttrtrla ljnimllr nplurnl la
TriiM,
Waoo, Tux., April 1(1. For several
days past tue office of this city have
been oo the lookout fjr A he Jaokfon,
whoischargtd with the dtMt ruction
of a bonne belonging to the noted
evaageliat 6am Jones, at CnitTeville,
Ga. Jackson was apprehenjed yes
terday and lodged in jail to await the
arrival ( f (.filters from Ueorgia with
the nereeeary requisition i apers
Jackson 'n a'sr chargid with being
implicated la the blow ng np of Judge
ColliAi's large stables near Carters-
ville. lie denies both charges, and
Bays he is being persecuted be aue of
bis friendship for the Wild brothers,
wlie tiave ju neen acquitted cf de
troyirg Jade Collins's proptrty.
A Romaic arnaallon.
Chicmo, April 19. The people of
101001, j it., ana vicinity, were
greatly mi ted this morning by a
horrible sensation. It consisted in
thenndicgof the bodies of two wo
men in a quarry rod mar 8 g Bridge,
wbieh is about three miles from Le
monk But luenger doUils were re
ceived in the city this morning con
cerning the ff,tir. All that conld be
learned was that one of the women
was a Mrt. Flynn, and the other was
an old wouiaa who had been vititing
her. The two woman dif appeared
tipm Uie home of Mrs. Flyuu two
weeks &40, and nothing more wai
heard of them nr.til their c dies were
found as dis-iliwd.
Ein4 i rut riii.
rVciManviixa, Mann., April 19. EJ
ward Pauley and Alfred Twonmry were
yo,i men who had been like broth
ers irrnn otiwdbood. Bagley waa nine
teen years o d, and Twoomey is twenty-one.
Aula worked at the Union
(i Use-Works, and both had widowed
mothers depeadet t npon them for
suppoit their intimacy rontinued
Unbroken uutil Saturday, when they
went te Htoa aid boiauie intoxi
cated, ard hen th y re timed homo
In Ike evxning got Into a diapute
whlek tl.ey proceded to settle with a
fist tfhx. Baglev was freqnently
kcoel d down by Twooraey, and nron
beiag taken hrmedied from the i fleets
of the seating. Afr be'ng placed
under am i t he mid : "He waa the beet
friead I ever had, ard this would never
have hnpptn'd bnt fr rimn."
BWIlrd abaaa, pog.
Cuvbt.ind, 0, AjvlliS 1(1. John
Morriian, a sewing mit'hine egnt,
ani Jut n Wi:ro . a neo t aniHter,
quarrelel at W.ishinsi n, Uuemsey
conarfy, 0 , Httind iy (or uumi. They
wots separated, Inn , Jion swore that
he woald kill Morrison bfrr? Biluwt.
About 7 e'eli rk in the oveniun .Morri
son was walking along ill main Btreet
of the villige wlun W'ihnn snrjng
from aa alley wherohe whs lying in
Walt, aid tha't l.im eeveral bows
on the btal with a brick. Wilxjn at
once ftrd, and Morrison was curried
home ia a dying condition. The
quarrel was nhont a deg belouging to
Wi!so, which M urison threatened to
shoot.
M Bala Jagalar Tela.
Nkw Tcaa, April 19.-Joha Car
renter akoiBiirdtred hw wifs in s
Vhiid avr sae saloon at the corner ol
rwenty-sliUi street two years ago and
ffho has sees coi.flned iu the Toomts
snder sent' a e of death, this m im
ing killed himself in his cell 1 y cat
ting open his junlar vein and the
ems ia his a'm. CarpenUr made
two ansaccessful a tempts lo end his
life befsrs Hi ws fllty years of age.
K 1114 His Brother.
flwaiiAirro.y, N. Y. April 19. -j
"? "Red fifty years, shot
and killed his b; other, Dewitt Perry,
aged twentv-sevtn years, st R chtord,
. Y laot night. Shortly before mid
night Dewitt rtn ned home intoxi
rated and pnlld Richard ont of bed.
The latUr pr Knred a gnu and shot
lewitt. Retard was arrested and
placed in J el
KatcBklve
t .iUlnr
Unrna mi
Berrow, Mass., April 19,-Plvmouth
Whi shoe tnuk Tark, alias Flynn
White, one of the most no orii ucon
fldenee aien in the count y, who whs
""i ,' lMV B08'0" a year ago, kit
again Batordyof his own acco d, hav
ing succeta'ully workidasx moa h)'
scheme. Urt j0y ivory iinetoD(
retired e ntineer with money to invest
came to B t ton aud opened a lodg n
house at II Lvman (,'reet, renlipg the
place efex Police Uommiscioner Jenks
White eoirnged a rrom of him and
Boon captivated both Hfxleton and
his wife by his courtepy and nflne
menl. lis talked raullv of h i im-mers-
wealth and Hexleion was C"m
pletely dereived bv ,ite, and t-n
lavs ago lent bim 13033, all hia aV. li
able money, taking ai eecuriiy $,r)000
worth cf alged railroad hrnd-.
Thresh Hex . tun's influence J , i n
W. Toesly, ai o her retired eiiu-neer,
and his sinter were induced 'o
loaa White JfOO on a deu a-.d
note S'jd a p-n.ise pf fJOOO onh
of stock. On Fulgy Wh to (jot ihe
Becnrities of J!r. H.x'tn on tie
pretense of wiar.u g r0 examine thtni,
nd waa atouttoleove when Hexlcton
happened to come in. IixM n
lockt d the di or ar.rl threaLned lo kill
W Lite if he di k t r. tarjevry cent.
Vi bite laughed m him a got ott of
the difficulty by handing ITex'etcn
f U'KJ in cash era two titsju notes,
made out to White by h:a brother,
Ilexlrton was then so ashamed cf hav
ingaunpec'ed a man who appeared bo
honorable, that he leaned Daca .UUU
of the money. YesUrday White
failed to put in an appearance and tbe
f icta were laid before the authorities,
llexleton has been swindled out of
'.'241 in cash and a five weeks' board
bill, besides small sums leaned, and
tbe Tueslys lost f.StiO, which was all
the eparamonev thev bad.
CiMriMHATt, April 19. Mrs. Charles
Cjleatagrered into hi r mother's house
iu Covir gton, Ky., last night, and fell
on the flonrovtrc. rue by poison which
she had taken ju;t before entering.
She di d in a few minutes. She had
been married but two in inths. Her
mother says she waa cruehy treated
by her hutbind.
SIUJIXOX, MISS.
Way '(! iKroThM Reellaa Uea
I Hew Orleaaa Hew Holes.
looaaaaroSDiaoa o Tea arraL.I
Shannon, Mires, April 17. This
is tbe 17th of . April and very
little planting has been done. The
farmers are all blue on account of tbe
late season, as it has been raining for
several days, and, as 1 write now it is
still taming.
The Mobi a and Ohio railroad adver
tists an excursion from all towns
along its line to Columbus, Mies., at a
very low rate for the round-trip, to
hear ham Jones and Nam bmall
preach there, as they open a meeting
in (Joluuibus on the lN.n. rrenchmg
for money stems to he the order of
the day now.
Our Beard of Supervisors at their
lest meeting, agreed t) build a jail to
cost fHOOil, the old one having been
burned dowu recent'y. Ho with an
increesu cf State and County tax for
1SH1 and the low price of cotton, and
the cry of hard litms, and the gloomy
outlook fi r another crop on account
of to much rain, the piople are begin
ning to feel blue.
I notice by liio AeeiAL that mid
dling c.t'on is quoted at 9 cents in
Memphis, and only 8 13-10 cents in
Mew Orleans, which used to be the
beat ninrket. We all would ship our
, cotton to Mem) his if we could get the
'same rata of fie;ght to Memphia as we
do to New Orleai a, but the Mi bile
and Ohio railroad rate to Mem
phis !b so high we cannot ship to that
market. 1 wrote to tbe Memphis
Board of Trade some time since in re
gard to getting us s rate of freight, etc.
They appointed a committee to wait
on the Mobile aid Ohio authorities
at Mobile; that ie, Iraw my letter
published in the AvulancJie, and where
ti e committee would visit Mobile, etc.
But it appet-ra, instead of reducing
our freight, they advsnci d flour and
mtalMceniB per burn I. When the
Memphis, Birmingham and Atlantic
tail ojd is completed to Memphis It
may help us some, for we tan do like
the people did at Knterpriee, MUs.,
several years ago, b fore the North
eastern railroad ai bn It through ti
Kuterpriee. The Mobile and Ohiodis
criminated in favor of Meridian, and
although the Enterprise iiie'elmnts
and far mi-ra tried to fret (lie M ibilo
and O.'ilu rnilroed to reduce their
fre glit, t'lt-y paid no ntttnti'.n to their
apiel. They started wain trains to
run to Meridian from Knturprise, an
after a few weeks the Mobile and O.'iio
ra'.riad nve (hem a low rate of
freight. We are only ten mi'ei from
the new road, while it whn nineteen
miles from Knterpriw to Meridian.
HIUNNOM.
LITKRA1CY NOTKS.
Mish Uohk Kimihi.ky, tho dnughtr
ot tne noveliHt, will contriliule an
article to the May St NuMa, describ
ing Mlinti'Hpcure s hoy hood, with pic
tures of the poet's home, tho school,
etc., by Alfred Pantons.
(!xn. William Farrak Smith will
contribute to tho May Alagatint of
Amervan tiutory ms cinemg paper on
"Hhiloh," in which ho describes in
critical detail tho wcond day's buttle,
UiHsenting materially in his account
from that of Ucu. Sherman.
A mono the illustrated articles in tho
May Century is a description of tho
now Lick ObservHtory on Mount Ham
ilton, near Sun Franclaco, written by
Tuliesin Kvans. Tho first of Mra. Van
ReiiHselner'B tinpers on "Ame'ican
Country DwcllingH," with ninny sug
gestive drawings, is in this sumo num
ber. Tub 'ay Century will contain the
liwt paper written by Gtn. McClcllan
for p'lM cation, it is a description of
the critical time from the second b' ttle
of Bull Run to the advance from
Washington toward South Vountain
and Antietam. On the morning afUir
Gen. McClolIan'a sudden death the
manuscript pages of this unfinished
article were found on his table. Gen.
MeOlollan's literary executor, Mr.
WilliamC. Prime, furnishes an intro
duction; With the coming May number the
Magattne cf American iliMory enters
upon its fourth year under its present
able editorial n anagemcnt. Through
the judicious broadening of its scope
and the substantial value and varied
interest of its contonta, appealing
alike to the student and the general
reader, it has achieved a greater mar
vel in the w ay of success than that of
any other periodical of its character in
the world. This apeaks well for
American scholarship, aud the rapidly
growing popular desire for historical
information.
BiaHor Pott aa of New York re
cently pave a most iiitertstlng end
praci al lecture at the service lor -vo-men
eegaiicd in church work. It was
st the Church du Snin. E rit, in
Twenty-second s'reet, and waa entitled
"Ends and Instrument." In the
cou'se of his reiiiaiks he said : "There
iaal'ttte book called The PnMemof
thePoor.in which jou will find the
story of El peth, a German rvant,
who, living on the i atside of the city,
aud do ng first a work of delrga'e'd
philanthropy for an invalid a ly, to rk
up, after her mistress had died, the
work which at tint phe h:id done as
piexy for ancther, and brondenrd and
widened it, until it became a hleising
to the whole neighborhood. Gtt thn
bi ok and read the story ca led 'One
Woman's Work.'" The whole, hi ok
is filed with jut-t euch practiei-1 epi
i odes out of real life. The author is
Mis Helen Campbell, who h?s expert
knowledge of the problem she dis
ru'B8 the cleansing of the lives of
the very poor.
Ei PmMrnt Arlkar'l Health.
New Yorb, April 18. Inquiry at
the house of Gen. Arthur to-night as
to his phyaical condition was met
v.ith the stuk-nient that he was im
proving, and wus able to bo about the
limine. At the time of the reporter's
call the ex-l'resident's children were
out and Mrs. McElroy was busy with
company.
Watkin'b Bitumen Concrete Ib abso
lute proof against dampness, eeepage
and rats. Telephone 938,
MEfllPHIsnDAILY
SHOT DOWN Bf A PRIEST.
TUE BISHOP OF MADRID KILLED
AT THE CATHEDRAL.
A Towa la Gallcla Almost Destroyed
by Fire Many Persons
Killed.
Yixnbja, April 19. Tbe town of
Stry, in Oalicia, has been almoet com
pletely destroyed by fire. The num
ber of houses burned ia about 600
Many persons weie killed. The Inhab
itants are destitute. A high wind a
blowing, and tbe firs started in several
parts of the town about the fame
time. One hundred persons were
killed in one street by falling walls.
Tbe town ball, railway station and
tbe telegraph office were destroyed.
A large number of wounded were Bent
to Lemborg, a distance of foity-two
miles, where tbe hospital is crowded
with the tuftrers. Hundreds of per
sons are missing. Lack of water ren
dered aid by the military futile.
Money and food are being collected in
tbe Burrounding towns for tbe relief
of tbe enflerers. The firs originated
in a small shop and waa caused by
the falling of a lamp filled with
petreolum.
EUROPEAN FINANCES.
Hlacaalloa of th loadoa Mock Ex.
tose loallaealal Boaraea.
London, Apiil 19. There was an
increased demand for diecount during
the past week at 1 jc for three months
and 1KiUJc for short. The Stock Ex
change was dull tbronghout the week.
caturdav there was aa absolute stag
nation in dealings. The price of Amer
ican railrjad securities improved at
the opening, but afterward receded
and closed at the weakest quotations
of tbe week. Tbe variations in the
t rices of American railroad securities
duing the week were nominal.
t int at 1'iirU.
Pahis, April 19 BuelneFS on the
Bour e wis quiot throughout the
week, with a tendency to fhtnets.
Kentea diooptd undurthe uncertain
ty of public investment in the new
It an. The premium on the new loan
alter loui-hlng 165 fell to 140.
Waak at Berlla.
Beki.in, April 19 Business on the
Bouree during the week was limited.
and prices closed weak Saturday.
Dall at frankfort.
Fbankfobt. April 19. Business on
the Bourse was dull and prices were
weak. The clcsing quotations were
the lowest of the week.
THE LAND DILL
Not Hatlafaelorx to lalldaamrt Ten.
aat Farinera.
Dublin, April 19 At a meeting of
the tenant farmers at Kildgasait to
day the land purchase bill was de
nounced as simply a measure for .the
relief of the landlords. It was de
clared that if the farmers got their
holdings on the basis of four years'
rental their position would be very
little improved, as they are without
the nocessary capital with which to
ob'aiu a start. A resolution was
adopted asking the Parnelli'e mem
bers of Parliament to oppose the bill.
Four hundred tennnM of tae Earl
of BeBsboiongh's Kilkenny esta'.e
1 eld a meel'ng tc-dav to considor the
Earl's offer of a reduction of from 10
to 20 per cent, in rents. The tet ants
had asked for a reduction of 33 per
cent. At to day's meeting 335 tenants
voted in favor of a cepting the Earl's
terms.
KILLED AT THE CATHEDRAL.
The Itlahop or Madrid Nliot hr a
Prleal.
Madrid. April 19. At 10:30 o'clock
yesterday moruing, while the Bishop
of Madried was aeceiuling the steps
hading to the entrance of the cathe
dral, he was ehit with a revolver by a
priest standing bt the top of tbe eteps,
the ball entering the abdomen. This
was followed by a; other shot which
wounded the Bishop in the side,
whereupon the wounded man fell
upon the steps. The priest then de
scended the steps and fiied s ill
another shot which took effect in the
Bishop's th'gh. Tbe Birhop was borne
in an unci n-tcions condition ti a pri
vate chamber in the cattn drM, where
the last eacraments for the dying were
administered to him. The priett waa
arrested. Being Palm Sunday tbe
cathedral was mure than usually
crowded by worshipers, and when tbe
fearful work of the priett was realized
a furious mob followed the carriage in
whiih be was conveyed to prison by
gendarmes, whose presence a'one
prevented his being lynched. The
motive for the crime was revenge. The
man who fired the shots was recently
dismissed fn in the piiesthood, and
bad fruitlessly applied to the Bishop
to be reinstated. Queen Christina has
inquired a? to the Bishop's condition.
The Pope has telegraphed bis bless
ing. F0BEIHN MISCELLANY.
Tae ht era a Brlndlnl.
"Roms, April 19. The Sanitary
Board admitB that Aeiatic cholera bas
broken out at Brindisi, and baa or
dered that all arrivals at other Adn'a ic
ports from Brindisi be quarantined one
wetk.
"Prlniroae Day la Eaalaad.
London, April 19 To-day being
"Primrose Dav" (ibe anniversary of
tbe death of Lord Beacont-Qcld), the
Conservatives everywhere appear dec
orated with his favorite flower. The
political crisis is used to empbasiie
tbe observance of tbe fi th anniversary
of the great Tory leader's demise.
Rrllca or Sirhlllrr and tloethe.
I xindon, April 19. A lot i f relics of
Schider and Goethe have lust been,
told by auction at Berlin at trumperv
prices, a spienuid silver tup erased
with figures rtprestnting a hoar hunt,
wincn as given to lire be by the
Grand Duke Carl Aucu-t. brought 43
shillings. A gold locket con'ainiftg
locks of hair of Schiller and his wife
Charlotte went at 18 fbillirgi, and
Goethe's signet ring at 60 shillings.
The Fiaed at lfaatreal.
Montrbal, April 19 The water
commenced to fall at 1 o'clock this
morning, and in two hours bad fallen
about a foot. The change since then
has been very e ight. Tbe water is
literally covered with all coits ot rafts
an I boats loaded with people and
househdd goods. Exerbit.nt rates
are being charged for people from
their homes to btuioes . Many pror
people have been nnatle to get home
since latt riatuiday morLing, and
those poor ftllows 1 ave bad but little
to eat in tbe in'erval. The ice ttiil
holds firm at H'H'hi'a a.
Ihtlaaadlaa tlkbrrlea.
Lond iH, Annl 19. Mr. George Os-
born Morgan, Ui d r ColonUl Secre
tary, was questioned in the Uonse of
Commons this aftencon in relation
APPEAL-.-TIIESIAY,APRIL20. 188(1.
to tbe Canadian fisheries. He said,
in response, that he waa not it'n
that the Dominion Ooverr.mmt Lad
complained f pggrer"vrn by United
States fislier in' n. If iy dinpute
should arise hrtw e - C rii a aid the
United Siates nn-r '!' fisheries tbe
English Goveri ment would make
very effort lo nJ it wi.h as liit'e
friction aa pnaib!e.
Absolutely Pure.
Thii powder nevor Trti. marvel ol
pnrit, '.roniith and whol-(uienei. .More
econuniicul thnn tiie ordinur; kind, and
CMftTint ba !oid In conip.'til.ion wi.b tbe
inuttilu l.. of lo te't. 'hen xeiht oluir or
thodphnta powdori. St'li w?oh. KiiWL
4in I'mrnaa I n.. 1"" "Jij JnwYirk.
'WAWTPn AdESTS.Mt and Wnar
nfHniCU to ,0,i "tiik CHILI)',
BIBLE " Iutrouiimuin by Kt..I. H. Vii
oent, D.l. 0p wnr fur- fild ffl in a tow:
ol A74 people: in , 7- r a vil!:itr ol 7'4i ia
new airont KS in I t.".,v: : : in 1 ucc.
aiva kooiiii ; nr I'1 'i ' 'tuv ii 'wi, dr or.i;i'
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SEALED PROPOSALS '
O this Uepirtmcnt until 12 o'clock I
in b racaivea at
Fri-
d7, Aeril 30, 18Sn, for farnuhina the mate
rial ana Mtbnr requirad id oom o tuna tba cal
Tart, accurins hot water tprinai and layinc
certain iron Pipe in the Improvement ot
Hut Spring! Reaervation, at Ho. Spring!,
Arkaniaa.
blink form! of prnpotal. fpacifleatiooa
and ioatrneti ina toheida will be furniihed
upon applicetina to mil Department, or to
tbe "BuperinUndentof Hot Spring! Ueier
vatioo," at Hot tprinn.
3U. L. Mt'LDROW,
'Acting r-cretary.
'lyr, HOW 15
ct I'mrU arid Fourth
r jiitiv edca'-ed sad I'xaliy uaaflM pitiMeun B(f tlM
i ' j rnsf al. bll prmaitw win fwtve
(Jnrw oil forias of PRIVATE
CHRONIC ju.d SUXUAL DiS
EASJtSa w v
SporuiatorrllOai tnd lxnpotenoft
u vtuti f awr-abUM tn .oiUi, awxsj ttotmm t WaV
yrafa, r tif,rr cua'a u0 (iroductuf iw&eoi X. V
I'sritt rt"-ti- errouaueu bn'iinai Knisuou u(l
V u bt drreURtJ. Dioidi-m of '-itLt, Dfftvtive Vni ". Thy
ti-il)''y fimplraoD t-VC 4 tr-!r-n t Koemv a!?im)9.
;ifui-'B f ,lMt U-m al bfK'ifil PtMtsjr, aVc.. reudci lHf
ataiiiae litji)fo;-T ir in! i. -t Art tboreufhi and pmuv
totl .up-d. SYPHILIS PWUtel etali aUiUtaV
irt-u- 4i3r fr-m u. at-ra Gonorrhea,
Krlihii I 8'-rirtum. tiuiltia, altroia V Huvuirty,
. t. 4D1 'tL-r prirals dttn-t quickly ourvd.
It U ir- flvat Uiai j.iit vtrlap w bo py spwiil tttretatl
a MfeVlQ Cla (if 4leVJ tb1 tmitlD( Ut4VMDd aOOB'
ail. oguiis arHti skill PfcJ knowing Oii fmct ofte
uikut-ui n.iu Kj my or When hi wooovenicBt u
tH it' city tb-iraiitauat. mdt4o?eu bt mt fmuly
a.l tiii. ly hj mail or m-i raa ajjywbtf.
Orvre Oiuraaitd la mJX Caset
avtiiortaken.
uiiuttu (wraonftlry ef bf Uttm fMt od 1bHV
brja fMBMakli u4 oBjrmpoa4BM micUj itil laut,
PRIVATE COUNSELOR
rt am, r-!. "n' to any W-tM, teevruy Mtoa, for
"t a.bla Rliouid b. rtf.4 b, ML AddrtM .tK
'Cjv. -iwiir. ! . U. M5 e V Bnrd.., Iu.1 r "
I, aa hi
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Tahlii? AdmiiilHtrator's Kotice.
April 13, im.
NOTICE ti hereby give that I will, aa ad
ministrator of the estate of W. T. Pryor.
decenKfl, felt nt public aui-tinn, in the town
of MiCY, on the U. U. and S. W Kailroad,
all of the personal propnrty belonaina to de
cedent'a estate, includinr several valuable
horses. Bale to commence at lOo'clock a.m.
on FRIDAY, April U. lWv
JOHN LOAift'B. eubli-Ad-nfnistratur.
TYLERDESK n08Tjb.SU18
S.- m Ni'vctM'i. 1 iFuKiriit'd CiiUtlou'lHW
, i'2":aiKiiai ' M HntM m-er riittnl, now rettdr,
Lul" i?-!?' ri.rawnti4 overO New, OriKl-
S 1CDIlB, AtkUkVWj VilOiXB
Fi? -"T Book Cases. Loan get,
3f : jjj'3! letter Preei,Cabiiiett
Ladiei' Fancy Deikulo
rmeni ikkii anaLOWM
i rriceei (ruariinlfled. fWtAloax
irm, tmiamv o. No pewtatln.
AND MACHINE COMPANY.
t''.r- Boiler Irao
BUlfll7ws
DEP'T, 226 and 228 Second St.
TEMPLE.
EYsreraA, i
HEADACHE,
CQiisiipauon.
0. E. WITT.
V. 0. 6W00PE.
. M. iLHtiOuH, Vlce-i'riili'u
CttHblei.
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ANDREW BT2WABT, Kew Orieani.
STEWART, CWYiE ti CO
WholesaleGrocers, Cot. Factors
SO. 856 AND 838 FBOXT STREET, JIlJfPHlS, TEAS-,
AUD
STEVART BROTHERS k WWIM
COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
KEW OBEEAA8, LOUISIANA.
CHESS
Oils tSa 3NTctT7-ia,l Stores
Office, 349 Front Street, Memphis, Tenn.
L. D. MULLIN8, ol UU J. R. Godwin k Co. JA8. YONOK, UU ot J. W. Caldwell A Oo
MULLENS & TONQE,
Cotton Factors &Commission merchants
No. 1 Howard's Row, Cor. Front and Union, Memphis.
nlmer.Thornton & Co
Cotton Factors, Wholesale Grocers,
To. 30 Front si reef. : 51ennilil, Tahiti.
UGGSsPE
WKCL3ESALS.',
OROGERS, COTTON FAGTOPS
And Commission Merchants,
SSGaitil 263 Front Nt.. 5Im,hitt. Te .
A VACCARO & Co
WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS,
ICOS. 97!8 ANT. Sftfi rTJOSTT TnKT IffKKPHIS.
.T. FOJtTEK.
IflllBISli
8ccessirs to POKTEJt, TAILOR & CC.,
Uottt
Ami
KiO. Cftfl FRONT STREET, i i MEMPHIS. Twaf
HILL, FONTAINE k GO,
Factors and
Sili-aO.1 Front MeraplilB, Wemu
UIiL, FOiTMfl & Il6
Cotton Factors, Commission .Merchants,
Ku. 11G (South Jain UU. Ht. lionU.
LARGEST BBEWEBY IN AMERICA.
Jos.Schlitz BrewingGompanVt
ArXZXa7e-.X7S:3r3Xi.
MP WPTI1 J UU A VrU I " BoUllai Work!, 8 A 19 CaKMa
S. ROESCH1.R. Agent, Memohia, Tejan.
0 '
Hal as la 1S89, ItBO.OOO Barrel ...Sales af Mnahla Krnuoh, lOB.nOO Iana
alM In H4. Bno.OOO Rarrota.
ADLERBR0.&C0.,2G1 LIAIUST
0
mii nnnni ao' P
V7.LUUUbLM0
$3.00 J
shoe mA
SaWITZMAifMiCo
Wholesale Dealers
Sol Aranta ioUowin, Fint-Olaaa laitrumentii
PIANOS. KBAHICH A ACH. SABIIR . PKA81! A .,
IHMjJ AlVM S,A0!I HAH IN, t l.OIMH a'wARBES, CHI
aar A KEW T-OCTAVK TIANO FOR I90.-M
Vrita tar f!nlngn. Hi oB. ag fiid a RKCOHiT NT.. MFWPHI"
KELLY, ROPER & REILLY,'
WHOLESALE
Grocers & Cotton Factors,
So. 3a:Malu Street, G'ayoso Block.
AXDREW . GWYITSE, M.m
C
T,
JaU JL JL Mr A.
'.J. W. r,l A.CKAE.
Wholesale Grocars
Latest Novelties In Footwear
FOR SPRIKQ AND SUMMER.
BE.F.OAKT STYLUS!
SUPERIOR WORHHAMSHIP
I.OWKST PRICES!
AGENTS FOR THE FAMOUS
W. L. Donglas $3.00 Calf Shoen
In Button, Laeo and Cangraaa.
Illottrated Catalnane and Prioa-Lial
Mailed Fre on aiiulioation.'Va
and Pnblihert
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