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DISCISSION OVER SE.YATOR
Debate o the l'rohlbltlon tad Inter
late Commerce Bills la
Washington, April 20. &ntl. In
theSeosti to day Ssnaior Harris pre
sented tbe credential! of Senator
Washington C. Wbitthorne, appointed
by tbe Governor of Tennessee to be
United States Senator from that State
to fill tbe vacancy caused sr.fijA,KBig
nation of Senator Jackson. ' '
Tbe credentials having been read,
enator Wbitthorne na conducted to
tbe dek by Senator liarrip, and the
oath of ctUce was adminislered in due
foim by the 1'rtside nt pro tempore of
the Senate, rienab r Wbitthorne then
took seat on the Democratic side of
the chamber on tbe extreme right of
the Chair, and rectived tbe congratu
lation! of many Senators.
When the new Senator bad taken
bis seat. Senator Hoar called attention
to the form of the credentials, not
having desired, be said, to say any
thing which might seem like ao ob
jection to the swearing in of Senator
Wbitthorne. The form of tbe cre
dentials Senator Hoir thought de
fective inasmuch as tbe certificate
ttated that the appointment was for
Senator Jackson's unexpired term. It
sboold read "nntil the next meeting
of the Legislature." The point was
of no grist conrequenre at present,
but in case of a close party division in
tbe Senate the question, Senator Hoar
thooght, might become one of great
importance, and public attention
ought to be directed to it in order that
the d.fliculty might, as far as possible,
Senator Harris remarked that Sena
tor Whitthorne's credential, in using
the word "trrm," mode reference to
the term as fixed by law. He thought
this quA'ifyinp phrae covered the
point. The credentials were tiled.
Senator Hoar reported from the Com
mittee on tbe Judiciary a bill extend
ing the time f )r trie completirn of the
records of the clerk of the Commis
sioners of tbe Alabama CI dims. It was
Senator Morrill, from the Committee
on Finance, repaitud, with an amend-
ment, the House bill re'a'ing to the
bonds of brewers. Tbe bill as it came
from the House modifies section 333(i
of tbe KeviBed SUtuteesoaato require
new bends to be filed by brewers, not
on the 1st cf May, as heretofore, but
whenever the Collector of Internal
Revenue shall require them to do eo.
The Senate committee amend the bill
o as to require, in addition, that at
least enco in four years ths bonds shall
in any event be renewed, whether tho
Collector requef t it or out.
After debate the Senate amendment
was agreed to, and the bill as amended
A bill was reported by Senator Har
ris, making an appropriation to com
plete the public building at Jackson,
Term. It was passed.
Senator Van Wyck desired lo take
op the bill, tiling rnHroail lands, but
yielded to Senator Klair, who accord
ing to previous notice, then addressed
the Hecate on his proposed constitu
tional amendment prohibiting the
manufacture or sale of alcoholic
liquors ai bevorsK'e. He announced
bis well known views upon tho sub
."' ject atcomiderahle length, and then
entered upon the political aspect of
tbe in assure, and said that tho move
ment for local option acd amendments
to State constitutions wax of great im
portance as a means of crcatipgnn
enlightened pulil c opinion in the
States, but nothing ebort of a move
ment baud on thu national idea pre
sented a clear proapeit of comphti
success. It was time for the prohibi
tion idea to assume control of national
parties at least of the Hepublican
Jiarty. That party could not permanent
y remain three-fourths for prohibi
tion acd one-fourth against it. That
wai luea possible tbau it once was for
the nation to remain permanently one
half slave and one-half free. Ideas
never compromised. We were now
at the dividing cf the ways. For
himself (Senator Ululr). he bad been
down iu this hole long enough.
Sooner or Inter, and he hoped not
much later, "we might come to our
selves like the prodigal, and proceed
to climb up and out. 1 will rfmnin
here," said he, "eo long rs I think I
can persuade others to climb with me,
in order that we may stand en rnch
others' shonldurs aud Unit thoic lint
out may, with proper tackle, lift the
remainder, for the bole ii very deep.
Only for this will I remain longer in
the hole; and for this will I remain,
if need bo, a great while. Others
may, if they will, and thf y will, stay
here permanently, but, eir, they will
find that the manes of the Kapuhli
can patty and the niemes o! the
American peouloof all tiartioa on fer
to be on top of the ground. Senator
ISlsir bid cn this occasion spoken
partly as a Republican : but be did
this only because be believed that
thus did he speak most as an Amer
ican and most as a man. That party,
with all its faults wita all its failures
to reach its ideals was tbe great
agency wnicn tincer uoa had saved
the Republic. Thst party would yet,
Iram the law of its superior being and
unfinished mission, concentrate its
tremendous energies and perfected
equipment upon this gigantic national
- evil until the evil was destroyed.
The interstate commerce bill was
then taken up and Senator Van Wjck
addressed the Senate on it. We were.
be seid, in the midst of general de
pression, yet an pursuits must be laid
under contribution so that full divi
dends shall be declared by railroad
companies on watered stock and
fraudulent bonds. Grain, boef and
pork might be reduced one-half in
price, yet there could be ao abate
ment in freight charge. Railroad and
telegraph rates west of the Missouri
river were about four times grea'er
than rates east of that river. For
years capital bad been orgamzsd. un
scrupulous and rapacious, moving ra
would nau moved, according to Ins
worn testimony, and as Huntington,
according to his own written history,
had moved, on Stats Legislatures, the
couruj and Oongrets, nnblwhingly
purchasing judges and legislators.
But the crisis was coming. Ihere was
n irrepressible conflict between right
ana wrong. couia toe nation bo
made to believe that Che 84,001,000,000
of watered decks and bords were
nonest property deecrvmg protection
from conrts or Legiala'ures, or that
the 1300,000,000 claimed by Vander
biltsndthe JJOO.OtOOO claimed by
Gould were honestly obtained. The
owners cf ihese fictions should accord
decent treatment to the remainder cf
mankind from whom they expected
to torce dividends and inteieBt. If
the industrious were only required to
psy f .ir dividends on Ihe led cost of
ra Iroads the ntt .on would be prosper
ous. 'J be Konate could take an exam
ple f-riu Jay Would. N The Senate
' Committee on E juration, and Labor
Lad tutiuBtriously obtained, from that
worthy t complete history cf bis life,
firobably for the yonth of America to
mitate. Tbe committee had trem
blingly and beseechingly implored
mm to give a minute account ui un
Aaw'rm .r,lnii. .ml , a rOTIP n t (t
umiu cjiviU nut ' . .
Early in lile, when bard pressed for
. : . l : : i . ' . . . Y. .J
uinuer, us aaopi?u um Bimrr . uic.uuu
and went behind the blscksmith shop
to pray. The blessirt; came in
great measure. In a few years tbe
1 he Hobh.
Mr. Dunn f Ark 1 imed leave to of
fer a resolution setting apart tbe 12.h
of May fer tbe consideration of meas
nres reported from the Committee on
In response to a question. Mr. Dunn
stated that the measure that would
probably be called up would be tbe bill
requiring the Northern I'tc fio to pay
the cost of surveying its lauds, the
resolution providing for a gnneral in
vestigation of the Pacific folds and the
bill providing for the payment! of
debts of tco3e rinds.
Mr. Warner O inquired whether
the order would inelndo the Pacific
railroad funding bi I. and upon rectiv
ing an affirmative answer objected lo
the pretent cots'derat'.on of the reso
Mr. Dunn explained that the bill
provided for tbe payment of 141.000.
000 cf the debt before it came dne un
der existing law. It did not postpone,
It anticipated tbe debt. He asked that
tne resolution be referred, but Air,
Cowles N. O. objected, and the reto
lu'ion was not received.
Under the call of States, a number
of bills, etc., were introduced and re
ferred, among bleu were the Iollow
By Mr. Springer 111.: For the ad
mission of the whole of Dakota inti
the Union of States. Also, to estab
lish a depar iiient of labor and to cre
ate a bcurd for the arbitration of cor-
trovenis between labor and capital
By Mr. Warner O: To regulate
Intarrtste commerce aud to provide
Lr botrds of arbitration.
By Mr. O'Neill Mo: Sympathising
with Mr. Gladstone in his efforts to
secure a free Parliament f r Ireland.
Mr. Outbwaite 10.1. from the Com
mittoe on Kiiboide, reported a bill to
arr.eni tho Various Pacific railroad
acts to provide for a eeti lament grow
ing out of the issne cf bonds to aid in
the construction of raid railroads and
ti secure to the United States the nav-
meiit of all indebtedness of certain cf
the companies therein mentioued.
The consideration of a bill called np
by Mr. McCreary .ivy. to establish a
sub-treasury at Louisville, Ky., can
sumed a portion of l bp morning hour.
No action was taken.
The Houne then went into commit
tee of the whole, Mr. Wellborn Tex
in the chair, on the river and harbor
Fair progress was made with the
bill until a clause authorizing the Sec
retary of War to negotiate for the
purchase of the works of the Green
and Barren R ver Navigation Com
pany in Kentucky presented an op
portunity for the fight over the
MonongHhela Navigation Company to
break out afresh.
Both the amendment and tho origi
nal clause were vigorously attacked by
Mr. Hepburn I la 1 and Mr. Holman
Ind., the latter of whom reganled
the proposition as beirg for the bene
fit of the owners ef the conl lards
along the river, and defended by Mr.
lirm:- l m- r rv .. i i
y hub mm iur, uiuuuu l.ity.1 nau air.
Mr. Hlanchard La. suppoitad both
The amendment was agreed to DO
to f I.
Mr. Hiscock K. Y.I ollered an
amendment for tlie appointment of a
commUteo of three Senators and live
Representatives to confer with a com
mittee appointed by the New York
Legislature, and with the Governor
and otllceiH of that State in regard to
the maintenance of the catials thereof,
and to ascertain II find care's are suf
ficient for the requirements of inter
state commerce or if they should be
enlarged, and the cost of the enlarge
ment. The committee sbn'l ascertain
on whnt terms and conditions tho
United StateB cm acquire title to and
jurisdiction cf those canals.
Mr. Uiosvonor Ohio opposed the
amendment. The gentleman from
New York (Mr. Hiscock) could not
ridicule and assail the bill by offering
the amendment, and afterward say
that bis recoid ws in favor of internal
improverrents. When the gentleman
attempted to put upon tho bill un
amendment which would destroy it,
he must .ft and by his record.
Mr. Hiscock was willing to stand by
his record. If a piopoaition which
simply looked to the creation of a com
mittee to investigate a matter was eo
Eotontial that it could defeat this bill,
e waa willing to accept the conse
quences. The amendment was ruled out on a
point of order, and tbe committee
then rces and tbe Houfe adjourned,
tanning buHinens, in which he was en
gaged, was in financial stress so over
whelmingly that his paitner w.is
driven to suicide, while he biuiBclf
bought a railroad. The wrong partner
bad committed suicide, The commit
tee was doubtless dazad as much by
Gould's recital as by reading tbe ex
ploits of "Jack, the Giant-Killer," or
"Kidd, the Pirate." Modesty induced
Gould to refrain from telling one
feature of the history of his time. At
Kansas City ho was ence overtaken
with another religious spasm and
wrestled a second time in prayer, tell
ing the people how happy he was, and
that he wanted no more money, lie
had purchased the Missouri Pacilia
only (or the good of mankind and
should use it for the glory of God and
the benefit of tbe people. As lie
wits contemplating another raid be felt
the necesutyof another ina'allmeut
of divine grace bo he went ''shoit" on
the promiee by pretending that he
would not benefit himself by the bles
sing. It was to be hoped he would not
indulge in a third prayer on ar,h.
Should he, in the end, st cure an en
traive into the New Jerusalem be
would soon le conspiring there fiom
force ot habit to buy a railrjsd, and
when he should have torn up the
shiuirg avenue the angels could not
restrain him fiom stealing the golden
pavements. Laughter The etrong
arm of labor, Mr. Van Wyck added,
bad always protected the nation in
the day of peril. There need be no
fear to the republic from the organiza
tion of labor. The ranks of ths Union
army had been recruited from the men
who had been delving in mii.es.
Mr. St jd ford then addreesed the
Senate on the bill.
Senator St in ford spoke at comiJer-
Stable length, and 1 1 the conclusion of
his remarks Senator Plumb, from the
Appropriatons Committee, reported
tbe roHtoilice appropriation bill with
amendments, and it was placed on the
Questions rf do'ail involved in Sen
ator Camden's pen ling amendment to
the iuteretite co.nmerce bill, as to the
long and Bhoit rmu', were then taken
np and discussed by SenstisCamdui,
Harris, Piatt, Brown, Wilson la and
Cullom, after which the Seuhte adjourned.
TOE WAR DECLARED OFF.
SUDDEN lERXLYlTlOX OF THE
Gladstone on HU Irian Home-Rnle
BlU-The Fecllag In European
LoKnoii, April 20. Mr. Gladstone
bos written the following letter to the
"It is not my custom to eommcnt
on statements made by bontile newtt
pajH'in, but having a sincere respect
lor the t hromcle l would call atten
tion to an allegation made by it in a
leader, mat J nave iieretolore main
tained that homo rule in Ireland
would be'n source of impe ial danger.
i w in ciiaiiengo prooi or me assertion,
which was doubtless mado in good
taitn, nut it ts entirely an error.
have always asked for an explanation
of the meaning of home rule, in order
to make clear tlie question whether or
not it would be a source oi danger.
We have now learned the demands of
Ireland from five sixths of her chosen
representatives. Such home rule i',
in tne language ol my address oi Sep
tember lost, a source, not of danger,
hut oi strength. The (danger, if any,
lies in refusing It,
It is stated tiiat some officers now
stationed in Ireland have applied to
the War Ollico for a transfer to India,
lest they bo called upon to Bervo
against tlie people ot l Mer.
ehniubr rlnln'a Opposition Amend-
Lonmmis, April 20. Tho Binning
Iimii Font says it understands that Mr,
Chamberlain has given notice that he
will introduce in the House oi torn
mons an amendment in oppos.tion to
tlie land bin.
Walrhlng tbe IrUu Home It ale
Prni.iN, April 2(t. More than 8000
members of the civil service in Ire
land have appointed a committee to
watch the progress of tho home-rule
bill, and to endeavor to secure an im
provement of the provision in the ldl
which reliiten to themselves. Peti
tions nirninst t.io home-rule measure
will lie introduced at tho Kuster meet
ing of tho Knglish churches. Arch
bishop Croko, speaking at Tlmles, de
livered a panegyric on Mr Gladstone,
declaring that the Premier was Ire
land's greatest friend.
Re aolntlnn Adopted by lb Athens
t ouurli trance's feimuatby,
Athens, April 20. At a meeting of
the Municipal Council to-dy a reso
lution was adopted wishing God
speed to the troops and expressing the
hope they wouid do honor to their
Hag in the strugglo for Greek unity
and freedom. A resolution was also
adopted inviting the citizens to bid
tlie departing soldiers a hearty fare
well. Tho government has received a
friendly noto from Franco, in which
it is intimated that tho ultimatum of
the French government may be ex
M. do Freycinethns written to Prime
er i lelyaii
minis, assuring him of the
sympathy of rronce anil begging lnm
to use his influence to preservo pence.
i he orders lo torward troops lo the
frontier have been counterorinnded.
The aspect of nllitirs has become more
the claims ol tireece, m contention
for which she prepared to wage war
against Turkey, now that she has con
sented to disarm, will ho submitted to
lk mk Army Will Dlnrtrin.
Pauis. April 2l. It is otl'icially an
nounced here that Greece, yielding to
tho ndvieo of Franco to refrain from
wwr, will at once disarm.
The Reports r lilMriasmrnl ton
llnnvd. London, April 20. The statement
that the Greek arm v would bo dis
armed is con firmed. The Groek Cham
ber of Hcputies has been convoked.
Tho coinbiiied licet of tho powers,
which had assembled to coerce Greece,
httH departed. The sudden termination
of the probability of war is received
by the Greek people with consterna
tion. EUROPEAN HNANIES.
Ilanlne llnll nt London Ihe Con
Iniov, April 2(1. Thero was a
small demand for discount during the
week at 1 1 for three months and 2 for
short. Foreign securities were st rong.
American railway securities were
weak throughout tho week, but closed
Paris, April 20. Prices on the
Bourse during tho pust week were
firm. Rentes were strong nt nil in
crease of 10. Gold shipped from
America is rupposed to bo for sub
scrip ions to the new loan, in which
little is being done as yet.
Bkiilin, April 2iV On tho Bourse
during the week thero waa a strong
advance in all foreign securities of
alrout per cent. The improvement
was duo to the belief that the powers
would succeed in arranging the Greek
Vienna, April 20. The Bourse dur
ing the past week waa depressed, ow
ing to tho renewal of tho cholera
scare, the bad financial position of
Hungry nnd reports of yearly decreas
ing trailic on Austro-llungarian rail
ways. At t'ranklorl.
Frankfort, April 20. There was a
general improvement on the Bourse
during tho past week, owing chietly
to reports of tinner prices on t.ther
bourses Russians especially, showed
a tinner tendency. Kgyptiaii unified
rose 1 per cent. Private discount ad
vaneeu to 1 1 per cent.
THE FISHERIES DISPUTE.
Hrlanrc of an Amerfeaa Vessel In
Ottawa, Ont., April 20. It is ro-
Eorted that an American vessel lias
etrn seized oil' Cape Breton for a
breach of tho fishery laws. Sho was
in a lake less than six miles wide, and
therefore at every point within the
Nunreme t'onrl la kettle All DIs
pnimi. London, April 20. The Pall Mall
!a:ttlt advocates the formation of a
supremo and permanent court for the
settlement of fisheries disputes be
tween Canada and the United States.
The court, tho Gmetlt says, should
consist of five members, two of whom
should be American, two Englishmen,
and tbe fifth should be selected by
these four, and be either an American
or an Englishman.
M aphid, April 2'). Several men
have been am s'ed at Barbastro in a
ragooa fer burying a man alive near
APPEAL TUESDAY, APRIL 27. 188G.
ttat town. Tbe victim waa rescued
from the grave in a very critical con
dition. The motive was revenge.
Romi, April 25. The cholera ep'
demie in Brondisi is reported to be
Dcbliw, April 25. The College cf
SurgeoDS will encHr an honorary fel
lowship upon M. Pasteur.
BarjesELa, April 20. Mr. Fuiaox,
the author of (alechiim dt J'ruplr,
which was the principal agent in
bringing about the strikes, will be
prosecuted for Inciting disorders and
insulta to the King.
London. April 20. The Easter ma
neuvers cf the volunteers at Cover
and Portsmouth to day were very suc
cessful. The weather waa brilliant
and the exercises at both places were
witnessed by vast crowds of people.
Rome, April 25.-Earon Von Scblozer,
the Pruisian repreeentative at the
Vatican, baa pretexted to the Pope an
autograph letter end a present from
Emperor William in recognition of
tbe Pope's action in the Carolines af
fa'r. Madrid, April -5. Tbe voiger of
San Joe church to-day discovered a
jobber who waa in tbe act of stealing
a chandelier from the church. Tbe
thief turned upon the voiger and
stabbed him, iLfiictiag a severe
Vienna, April 25. The official ga
zette lays tbat tbe excitement in
Galicia is caused by unscrupulous ag
itators who are working npon the su
perstition of the peasantry that the
world will come lo an end in 18S0.
Two hundred arrests have been made
in Galicia in connection with the
Chicago, III, April 26. A special
dispatch from Winnipeg, Manitoba,
says: The great Northern Cree chief,
Big Bear, and three of his head men,
all cf whom have been in the peniten
tiary at Stony Mountain, this prov
ince, for nearly a year for their arr's in
conceit ion with tbe Riel rebellion have
been ret at liberty and ordered back
to their reterve,
Faster at w fork.
New York, April 20. Special Ejpt
er services were held yesterday in nil
the churches and they were at end d
by large congregations. The services
in the Catholic churches were grand
and impo)ing, all ths choirs having
been increased. Archbishop Corri
gan agisted in the services in St.
Patrick's Cathedral and the Rt. Rev.
Harvey Goodwin, bishop of Carlisle,
participated in tbe services at Old
A Valuable Patent.
Dnnsy'a (Horse) l orn and Pea Plan
ter. HAVING perfected mr Invention, I wlrh
"a pines it before the puhlto, especially
m.innfaeturen. At a Corn Planter, it ia
perteet mcootf oixdi the drill, dif tribute
ths need aociratoly, uainlured, and ooror
the lame, theroly one man performing the
work of three. 1'hot have beon mod in
tills eection for over a doien yean with per
foot tatiafaction. l;an give respoiiible testl
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Heaflache, Neural Uhcumatl, Sciatica "DlullLDIkoWo.
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3 AX 6M1T11 & C0,,2ai Front. Address al
No. 11 ITiiIom Htvt
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Thla powder never Virisa. A marvel ol
purity, atrenrth and wholeaomenesa. Mors
economical than ths ordinary kinda, and
cannot be aold la competition w!.h the
anltitnde ol low teat, abort weight alnv or
phoaphate powdera. Sold only imtant. KoTAL
rlKTwa Pnvnn f!n..ll Wll at .NewYcrk.
Do you want a puro, bloom
ing Complexion f If so, a
few applications of Hngan'8
MAGNOLIA BALM will grat
ify you to your heart's con
tent. It docs away with Sal
lowness, ltetlness, rimples,
Blotches, and all diseases ana
Imperfections of tho skin, it
overcomes the flushed appear
ance of heat, futiguo and ex
citement. It makes a lady of
THIltTY appear but TWEN
TY; and so natural, gradual,
and perfect are its effects,
that ft is impossiblo to detect
Office Public Admiriiatrntor, Shelby County
Courthou'e, Memphia, Tenn., April IS, lftki.
'IM1E nnderaifrned hv ng been appointed
JL and qunliSel siln.inia'rator of the eatate
of Henry F. Arnold, derewed, notice ia
hereby given to all persona indebted to raid
eatnte to come forward and foltle; and to
those to whom aaid estate ia indebted to fl e
Mieir clniraa with roe, duly prohuted, within
tbe lime prescribed by lw, or the same will
be forever birred. JOHN LOAOUK,
of Court Square, Memphis, and contiina 240
ocd. Fee, (h.
n . i , ZM rront street, aiempnia, renn.
: : Memphis. Tew.
J. O. HANDWERKER,
DAVID P. HADDKN,
MAMES A. O.MREKd,
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.
UTThe firm of K EACH AM A IIOBTON it this day dissolved by mutual agreement.
W. H. H0RT0N retiring. E. E. MEACHAM will make settlement of the old business,
and sign in liquidation. ' E. E. MEACHAM.
Memphis, Tixkissii, April 21, 1S86. ' W. H. H0RT0N.
(SVCCEfiHORS TO HEACHAM HOBTOX)
Old Stand, No. 9 Union St., Mempliis.
J. N. IT, W. H. RORTftf, J. W. RAILFT.
Late of J. b. Day A Son. Lata of Ueacham i Uorton. Lata of Bailey A Covington,
lay, Morton I Bailey,
GR0CEEU COTTOi FACTORS,
300-362 Front St., Memphis, Terni.
FOUNDRY & MACHINE I)EI"T, 160 to 17 Adams St.,Memphi?.,
Iro.. fV.J5f B.rI,on,
Knrlnesi, X "TTV
nil.. mM- . ,. rZZZimti
. H: Sl:.StT7STi Waher.
IRON & RAILWAY SUPPLY DEP'T, 226 and 22S Second St.
(Successors In thla Inpartment to JOHN MAN0QUE.)
afWrits us for informtinn nn AN V 'I H INO in either line.
J. A. BAILEY.
. A, BAILEY & GO,,
2F 2La"0" K IB 2ES S 9
338 Second Street, Memphis.
A LARGE AND COMPLETE STOCK OP PLUMBERS, OAS AND RTEIM FITTERS
Mntcriiils. Pimn. Drivn W.lls, frnn. Lend and -itnnn Pipe, Oaa Fixtures. Olobcs, Yxn
FRANK V. W0CDS.
G ARE! AGES. BUeOIES . WA60NS
irarness, Saddles, Agricultural implements and Machinery.
UEOIEGIA COMBINED COTTO AXD COU. PLASTER.
:I2 Seoond Mlreot. IMTs'inplitn. Tenn. .
Mo. SOO Front street. : Msmi!iIk. Tew
DILLARD & COFFIN,
WfT Cash AalvRinMM, o Hferohanist nnd Plw'n.
AW AID PLASISO-SinX, HATT-TABD.
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Molding, Lumber,
nn m n m TI A
Lath ana Shingles, loonng, jeiung ana ueaar rosu,
SLEDfciE BROS., of Como, Xlss. I
o. 365 Front Street-
John S. 8alll.
ITliolesalo Grocers, Cotton Factor
And Commission Merchants,
232 and 234 Frcral St, Memphis, Teno,
BlTlfKH ADAMS ASD JEFFKRHOX.
Mr. I. N. RAISEY dTnts his whole tim lo th weishint and a a of sJl Cotton atrtutsi
to oar chsrjo. CottB Wrehos, to WuhiDfton strMt.
fl. W. T0MLIN. WM. BESJES.
NEW CARRIAGE FIRM.
Tonilin & Benjes,
179 Main St., Memphis.
Offer special inducements in Open Burgle!
of eur own make, at T"pBuggiea ot
oar own make, at I12U. All work war
ranted. Call before yea buy.
arer Having disposed of our entire stock el
Vehiolea and tbe Manufacturing Depart
ment to Messrs. TOM LIN A BKN'Jr.S. wa
beapeak for them a continuance of the
patronage ao lone extended to ni.
OATtRTAGR HKIWAKB OMPANT.
iS J8""" Iro"i
f A Wntia,
O. E. WIIT.
W. C. 6W00PE.
F. M. N0RFLEET, Eesident Partner.
n. . Clark