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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL FRIDAY, MAY 7, 1886.
BITER ISO HARBOR BILL
PASSED 111E HOUSE.
The appropriation for the SUshlr.
Ippt The Interstate Commerce
Debate If the Set ate.
Wahbington, May 6. Snuiie. Tlie
Chair laid before the Senate ameiwflp
from the l'resident transmitting a let
ter from the Secretary of the Interior,
submitting a draft of a bill recom
mended by the Commissioner of In
dian Affairs, providing for payment
for improTementa made by settlers on
the Mectlero Indian recurvation, in
Kew Mexico. lU'ferred.
Senator Jones (Nev., from the Com
mittee on Contingeut Expenses, re
ported favorably iSenator Edmonds's
resolution providing for an assistant
rlerk for the Jud'ciary Committee for
the remainder of the session at $8 a
day. The resolution was agreed to.
On motion of Senator Sherman the
Senate agreed that the ami-Chinese
immigration bill and the bill to in
demnify Chineee sobjecta for losea by
the Rock Springs riots shall be special
orders for Monday, May 10th.
On motion of Senator Hoar the Pa
cific Railroad fundingliill was made
the special order for Tuesday, May
Senator Cnllom railed up the Intel
etate commerce bill.
Senator Fry called tip the Staten
Island bridge bill.
The Chair stated the Senate had al
ready given unanimous consent to
continue consideration of the com
merce bill during the marning hour,
and throughout the day, from day to
day, nntil disposed of. The commerce
bill was therefore laid before the
Senator Bntler opposed the bill.
Senator Wilson f la 1 oflnred an
amendment providing thai the provis
ion of the bill tgainat receiving mors for
a snorter tban lor a longer iiaul sliou'd
bs coaetraed ai authorizing any rail
road ccmpany to charge as much
for a sborttr as for a longer
haul. He did this to prevent the
companies from ht ldiog that the bill
(rave them an implied authority to
charge ai much for a haul of 100 miles
as for a haul of 1000 miles.
Senator ataxey would vote for the
bill as the best that could now be had.
Sjnator Inga'ls said the long and
short haul clause ai now amended was
like a crowbar thrust into the works
of 1 watch. Tbe Camden amendment,
as Senator Ingalls believed, was in
inch absolute hostility to the Interests
Tjf the West that if the bill became a
law, which Senator Id gal Is tbought
doubtful, there would never be a
bushel of grain nor a ponnd oi beef or
pork brought east from Iowa, Kansas
or Nebraska. Senator Ingalls said
that the Senator from Weet Virginia
(Senator Camden) lived on a line of
railroad tbat was directly interested In
the short haul, and those voting with
him ware alto interested in it. The
direct effect of the Cimden amend
ment would be to make the producers
of the West pay ehort haul rates on
very pound of freight bronght to the
aboard. The Senator from Weet
Virginia (Senator Camden) was too
astute not to know that fact, Tbe
Senator bad an object and purpose in
proposing his amendment. Ilia de
sign was to compel the men
who raised tbe cereals oi tbe West
to pay local rates all tbe way
to the seaboard. Tbe Camden amend
ment, Senator Ingalls said, would ab-
. solutely destroy the commere of Kan-
. sai, bee use that State stood midway
between the Atlantic and tbe i'aclllo.
What, he asked, were railroads for, if
not to cheapen rate for long distances ?
Why should a man, living a thousand
miles from the sea have the whole
value of bis production consumed in
getting it to market? What dlflere,nce,
. he asked, did it make to the Senator
from West Virginia, how much the
Western man paid for bis freight?
Tbat Senator came here as, Senator In
galls wonld not say as the agent, but
as the instrument of these gmsping
and over-reaching monopolies, about a
thing In which he had no concern.
The thing was in the interest of cor
porations and against those of the peo
ple, and it had been offered here be
cause it was in the interest of corpora
tions. . Everybody knew that if left to
the operation ot natural laws, the
equal! ration attempted to bs secured
would be secured by competition nnd
the extension of railroads.
Senator Camden, rising to a perannnl
explanation tint1; the Senator from
Kansas (Irgal's) in venting his spleen
on him (Camden), did him grea', in
justice. What that Senator had said
about Senator Camden's connection
with railroads was not supported by a
Senator Ingalls said he had made no
statement about Senator Camden's
connection with railroads.
Senator Camden said he would like
for Senator Ingalls to appeal to the
Jiecvrd, which, he said, would show
his (lngalla's) remarks without altera
tion. Senator Camden said he had
never owned a aouar s interest in any
trunk line railroad in his life, and
sever in any railroad except a local
West Virginia road, tbat could not be
affected vy any interstate commerce
bill, unless it aQected it adversely.
ilis (Camden s) action nera bad been
for the internet of his constituent! and
for the great body of the people of tbe
country. Senator uamden wiened to
emphaslte the fact that he was not in
terested In any corporation.
Senator Hoar said he could not vote
for tbe long and short haul clause as
amended by Mr. Camden. It would
strike a fatal blow ct our foreign com
merce. Having nad toe courage on a
former occasion to vote for a river and
harbor bill under a share of detras
tioD, he would not hesitate at tie
proper time to move to strike out from
the pending bill this objectionable
Senator Allison f aid that under the
provisions of the bill as they now
stood it would be practically impos
sible for the people of Iiwa to get
their cereals to market, lie thought
the introduction of the long and short
haul question into tbe bill wni a mis
take. In the States that were sid to
have laws on the subject the railroads
paid no attention to tbe laws. Not
only would the people of Iowa under
thie iron-clad provision he nnable to
send their produce to the Kt, but
they could not get from the East the
antbiacito ccal, of which they used a
Senator Allison would prefer a bill
creating this commission, but without
this long and short haul clause; at
least for a year or so, until time
and experience in the working of
the commission should chow what
was best t3 be done with that compli
cated question. The proposed ar
rangement would, he feared, be a
very serious embarrassment to the
country wih i:s many ramifications.
Tbegsneral provisions of the bill,
however, met Senator Allison's hear y
approval, and be expressed the hoi
Ibat tbe Sena' would adhere ti them.
Senator Cullomeakl that in bis opin-
ion an enforcement of the bill rs now
amended would require the neaier a
perse n lived to the eeabcard the
cheaper he would get his transporta
tion, and this rule, if rigidly enforced,
wonld deelroy the commerce cf the
West Not only would it hurt tbe
producer of the West, but very eer
iously also tbe consumer of tbe East.
He hoped the Senate wou'd reconsider
its act on in agreeing to the Camden
Mr.Tucker f Va.l from the Committee
on Judiciary, reported adversely a joint
iwjiuuuu proposing a rousuiiiuonai
amendment providing for feuiule suf
frage. House calendur.
A number of other committee re
ports were also submitted. In the
morning hour Mr. Hatch Mo. called
un the till to create the department
of agriculture and lalxir.
The opposition to the incisure took
the form of dilatory motions, which
were submit'ed bv Mr. lireckenridge
Ky., Mr. Hewitt N. Y., and lr.
Jllouot (a.J, and the hour expired
without any consideration oi tbe bill
having been entered upon, which led
Mr. Burrows Mich 1 to inquire, sar
castically, whether there was any par
liamentary method except filibuster
ing by which the majority could de
feat its own measures.
The House then went into com
mittee of the whole (Mr. Wellborne
Tex. in the chair) on the river and
Mr. Eberbart Pa. and Mr. Stoce
Mo. opposed the bill.
The committee tbea rose and re
ported tbe bill to tbe House.
Tbe only amendment reported from
the committee upon which a separate
vote was demanded was tbat directing
the Secretary of War to negotiate for
tbe purchase of the works of the Mo-
nongahela Navigation Company. It
was agreed to, Hi to 42.
Under tbe arrangement made in
committee, Mr. Holman Ind. offered
an amendment irovidiog tnat the
money appropriated for the improve
ment of the lower MissisaiDDi. excent
such as is required to protect the
works already in progress, shall be
expended in the CDntinuanca and
completion of t'e works on Tlum
Point and Lake Providence reaches.
Agreed to yeas, 132; nays, 112.
Mr. Hepburn (la moved to strike
out the appropnaton fjr Galveston
Mr. Hepburn moved to amend hv
providing tbat the appropriation for
the improvement of the lower Missis-
sippi shall bs expended under tbe di
rection of the Sacretarv of War. with.
out the intervention of the Mississippi
river commission. Agreed to Teas,
12(1; nays, 107.
Mr. Hepburn also offered an amend
ment providing that tbe improvement
of the Missouri river from its mouth to
Sioux City shall be conducted without
tbe intervention of the Missouri river
commission. Agreed to yeai, 7(1;
Mr. Spooner R. I. J moved to recom
uvtthe bill, with instructions to the
Committee on Rivers aod Harbors to
report back a bill appropriating $10,
000,000, to be expended under the di
rection of the Secretary of War on
suchpubllo works as he may deem
Mr. Holman Ind. moved to recom
mit the bill, with instructions to the
Committee on Rivers and Harbors to
report back a measure appropriating
$8,000,000 for the Improvement of
rivers and harbors, to be expended
under tbe direction of the Secretary
ot War, subject to tbe approval of the
President. Rejected yeas, W; nays,
The bill was then passed yea", 143;
An unsuccessful attempt was then
made to bring up the electoral count
bill and the liouce ac journed.
OPPOSE!) TO HOME RILE.
RESOLCTI05H ADOPTED BY DUX'
John Bright' Private Opinion Pub-
Iicly Lxpresaed-Jobn Rogers
ob tbe War-Pat h.
London, May 6. The Dn.7y Tel
ftrtplt hopes that the derisions of the
National Liberal Federation at yester
day'a meeting will have the effect of
increasing the obetinacv of Mr. Glad
stone and Mr. Chamberlain and make
a reconciliation impossible. ,
THE DCS DEE CHAStHKR OF OMMgrtCI
has adopted resolutions declaring that
the Irish bill would tend to cause dis
ruption, ruin the financial credit of
Ireland, exclude capital and stop
commf rce, and lias agreed to present
a petition to Parliament against the
The Belfast Linen Merchants' Asso
ciation, at a meeting yesterday, con
demned the Irish bills, objecting to
conferring power npon any authority
in Ireland to tax industries.
MR. MITCHELL HBNRY, M P.,
speaking at Glasgow yesterday, quoted
a private conversation from ilr. John
Bright, in which the latter said:
"Heaven forbid that we hand over the
minority in Ireland to the men who
insulted the Queen and hauled down
the Union Jack from the Mansion
TO REJECT MR. CiLADSTOJE's DILL.
Lord Hartington has consented to
introduce in the Honse of Commons
a motion to reject Mr. Gladstone's
home rule bill on its second reading,
The Urn-eo-1 nrhish Trouble.
Athe.ni, Gribck, May 0. The offi
cial journal of the Ministry says that
as long as the pressure ot the ultima'
turn of the powers is allowed to re
main ureece will not dismiss a sing e
soldier from the army now mobilized.
French Ulllrrr. Masaarrexl.
Lonlo.v, May C The officials of
the French new Hebrides Company
on r.Huniu ramo island nave been
massacred by a party of natives from
Port Stanley. The Governor of New
Caledonia has despatched a transport
Willi troops to the iclnnd to render
any assistance that may lu required.
Cholera In Hal.
Rons, May 6. It is officially an
nounced that cholera has appeared in
Venice and Vicenzea. Several cases
and some deaths are reported in these
I'reparM with peclr.l retard to health,
ho Ammonia, Ume or Alum.
PUCE BAK1NQ POWDER CO..
Mirro. nr. i nma
NEW YORK LEGISLATURE.
Final Keport oa lha Hroadwajr Nnr
rare Kallroatl Bllla Inlratfnced.
Albany, N. Y., May 0. The Senate
Committee on Railroads yesterday
mado its supplemental and llnal re
port on the results of ita inves
tigation of the Iiroadway Sur
face Railroad Company's doings.
It reasserts In the strongest lan
guage the illegality in organization
of the company; its" utter disregard of
law in ill subsequent proceedings; its
wholesale bribery of Aldermen; anil
the flagrant viola ions of law practiced
by the coun.-ilmeii in consenting to
iH laying of tracks in lower Iiroad
way. It sp?aks of the remedial laws
which have been passed since the in
vestigation began as likely to have
salutary effect, and of the 'legal pro
ceedings initia'ed against the bribe
taking Alderman, ami speaks strongly
of the dangers which threaten the
State from tho spirit of wholesale cor
ruption which now exists in oliieial
places. Accompanying it was a com
munication (rom the District-Attorney
of .Ncnv York City, saying that he hail
some Important addi'tiooal testimony
to present before it, going to show
how the bribe money was distributed,
and asking that tho time of the com
mittee be extended.
A resolution to have tho Third
Avenue road investigated was referred
to the committee to report on its ad
visibility. The Assembly, after a long
political debate, an appropriation of
1200,000 to improve tho Frio canal
was passed. A resolution, which was
adopted, requesting Congress to pas
the bill for the relief of Col. .1. 1).
Stevenson of San Francisco, eighty
six years of age, a veteran of the war
of 1812 nnd ot the Mexican war, and
who took the first regiment of Mexi
can volunteers to California.
Two bil's were introduced declaring
boycotting not to be conspiracy or
misdemeanor under the law.
Ho Woidrr He Took Ike Bond.
Minxola, Tkx., May 4. Some time
ago a tall, gangling young man put in
his appearance here and took up quar
ters at a boarding house kept bv a col
ored woman and went to work lor her,
selling lunch at the trains. The bovs
about the trains, both white and black,
continually poked fun at him, and he
told them the blacks were as good as
the whites of this country. This en
raged some of the older boys and he
was yesterday notified to leave the
town. Not heeding the admonition,
be was quietly taken out last night and
tarred and feathered. This morning
he called at a bouse and ssked for
some (oap, eaying he had come in dur
ing the night on an ox team and bad
got tir all over him. It is said the
victim is now counting tics on the
Texas and Pacific railway, with his
face toward the EaM.
IS BXMOVKD BY TP I CS OF COCO A I HB,
And it stimulates and promotes the
growth of tbe hair.
burnett s mvoricg c trmris are me
Djclug and ( leaning.
Ladiee' and gents' clothes cleaned
or dyed in any color, also kid gloves,
oitrich feathers and lace curtains by
Liuis Reigel. 58 Jefferson street, Mem
phis, Tenn. Goods received by exprese.
Rome, May 6 The Indus rial Con
ference has adopted England's pro
posal that all products bearing a false
indication of their place of origin may
be seized if imported from any of the
countries represented in the confer
ence. LeaHlatlon Afftwtlns; Ireland.
Lonhon, May 0. A blue book has
been issued containing the important
acts of Parliament of the last century
in relation to Ireland. They are four
in number and are: The act of 1719,
the object of which was to better se
cure the dependency of the kingdom
cf Ireland on the crown of Great
Britain; the act of 1782, which re
pealed the former measure ; the act of
1783, which was intended to remove
tbe doubts as to tlie. juriuiiiution of
tlio Irish Parliament, and last, the act
John Rogoraon lb War-Palk.
I-ondon, May 0. A warrant was
to-day issued by a magistrate at the
How street Pol'co Court, for the
arrest of Mr. John Rogers, the man
ager of Miss Minnie Palmer, for
threatening to tight a duel with Mr.
Arnold. The latter gentleman is a
memoer i ine company wlucli is
playing "My Sweetheart" at the
Strand Theater with Missralmeras
the star, and it is alleged that the
reason why John Rogers wishes to
shoot Mr. Arnold is that Miss Palmer
favored the latter.
nisantlnrnoilou lu Jiovm Nrotln.
Halifax, N. S., May (i. In the
Houso of Assembly last nit'lit the
Secretary gave notice of a motion that
the members of this branch of the
l.egislatuie of Nova Scotia are of th
opinion, and do hereby declare their
Delict unit the linancial nndcomme
cial intercs's of the peoplo of Xova
Scotia, New r.r.inswiek and Prince Kd
ward Island would bo advanced by
thoso provinces withdrawing from the
tanailian KMciiition and uniting un
der one government, or, in default of
that, that Nova Scotia again become
an independent province of Great
Hnrrj In it In Pari.
There are over 100 matrimonial
agencies in Paris alone. The first
establishment of tbe kind was ret lip
shoitly after the revolution of 17i3.
Some are public,, some private. The
latter are rather suspicious, and even
the public ones are occasionally caught
making dupes. One agent was re
cently sentenced to two years' im
prisonment for swindling clients.
Uver forty ot tlie keepers of these
offices are women, who seem to make
a good living out of them One
agency effected 202 ma'ches during
the last eiitht months. The customers
are enriched cooks, elderly maids, and
so forth, pensioned soldiers, function
aries who have lost their places
through the change of government
and desire to be supported, govern
ment employes, and others of the
lower classes. Thrre are no sta'isties
as to the happiness icsulting from
The infanta Kulalie of Spain had to
go through a most emba'rnsaing cere
mony at her wedding. Her parents'
consent had to be obtained, which
neee sitated her walking down the
church to where they sat and kissing
their hands. I'on Antonio de Uour
lean had to di the same to his parents.
The symbolic gild with wlucli the
groom endows ids bride was repre
sented bv thirteen onzas which have
, served at all roval Spanish marriages
f r more than a century. The putting
on of the ring whieh.'by the way, iu
Spain adorns the third 'finger of the
right hand of both man and wi'e-did
not end the ceremony. The godpar
ents held a white satin scarf with gold
fringes over the bead of the bride and
about t;e (boulders of the groom,
who were meanwhile enlaced wi'h
white sdin ribbon, to indicate that
they were joined for life.
BAY STALLION, itar, lelt hind inkle
ind rirht hind hal whit, foalad Mar
6. 1881, by Cnr'tr (tir of Ali-tth. threa-jretr
old record, Firit dam kareia 8.. by
William! Mambrlno (lira of (ha dam of
fcSanta-Clanj, 2:17); Moond dam Ned (dam
of Clemmia O., raco-d 2:15H, Poit Boy
2:23!4. AlicaStoner 2:2i'i, brBtrklaj' Ed-
rin forreatli third dam by Mambrlno Chief
ire of Lady Thorn, 2:18V) ; fourth dam by
irer Eaala: fifth ilam hv Boltvari alithilam
by Black born ' Whip ; teventh dam by Comet
CUluBEKT ! a mahoaany bay. lflW tanH
high, and mainiAcently proportioned. Ha
baa never bean handled for lined, but can
rhom a 2:40 rait with iwo men in a butty.
Waj bred and raited by J. C. MeParran k
Co.. Olenyiew, near Louitrille, Ky.. and
d at a two-nar old for J5(0. Cuthbart
1 be allowed tn ferve 25 aunrovei! mama
thii ieaton. Service, twenty-lva (t2nl dn-
lara caa h. Can ha teen at our irabla.
f . A. JO.NE3 CO.
To Contractors and Builders
THE Greenville Comprem and Warehonaa
Company at Greenville, Mill., aolicita
aaled propoiali for th construction ot their
buildinga lor Comprem and Warehouse, ac
cording to .eciflcti"Oi on Die with the un
derlined, at th Bank of Greenril a, until
May 1Kb at 13 O'clock iu.,
when all bid will be opened. The Directory
reierve the right to reject any and all bids.
Bid muit be aoeoirijianied with eash de
posit of & per cent, of amount of bid, and all
prorogate addre-aed to tha Secretary and
marked "B'di for baildina Greenville Com
press and Warehouse huildincs."
L. 1IKXTKR, Secretly.
Stiike the Iron While It's Hot
In order to move ear immense stock w
make tha following offer:
Good Straw Hat at 2x, 35e. 50c and 75o
lure Fine Straw Bats at... 41, II 25, tl 60. 12
Small Straw Bonnets, all colors M
Extra, Wide Brim bate, for country... ...25c
Baantifal Roses, all oolori, per down.
. iuibl, er aoaeu
Buttercups, per dosen
Carnation Pinks, par doten .........
Elegant Bnncha- of flowers.
Extra Fine Bunches of Flowers..
Imported French Flowers from 41 to IS
Walrlrls 'I I pa (S las bunch) lor... 85
JTruit. Leaves, btami, all kinds of ma
larial to max Aitiucial i lowers.
Bridal and Mourning Outfits
Th Finest Assortment of DOLLS in lb city.
Hata Bcahaped, Inth-ra Cleaned,
arvia nuts arini,
GOLDEN HAIR WASH by tha small or
We Make a Specialty of Millinery,
Employing tha best hand la tha city, give
v.i wuuitiiwuiiuuig ii, ana woaoiyooE
peimon in mat line.
'CAN BE CURED WITHOUT THE USE OF OPIUM OR MHINI.
a". . r . . i i , m . . m
7 .k i , f r"7, T-nniisneo m at ixmis. saya -uedTnaunalnaeaaaof r?nrllaof Bar
in the June, 1SS4, bUue: '-Many have become , V" ""lni. wtuch bad nsisud
victuiu to the use of opium or morphine, from I hi"J11 """""m ainoa and tl i
lav ui minx arujra lortne reiiei oi rteural
gia. II is (ratifying lo otwrve that such dan
gerous coiiswjufcucva may be averted by the
use of 5'onoauke. whic h Is almost a spocilic
au uiv awuw tuiui ui itruraigia.
iru I A.
..5iio trm ii m
joy ad periMt tradum Itlttn U"r cxanplajnt "
K. U tows, M. Ii.. 6oirrriHa. Ux
"Hava afeen Tongaline a fair trial m Neuralgia,
To ubb mj patient's owu axpre-uon. "Uia the qmh1j
cuia lur that dianaee." J. I', Kl.SKXL. . AQ, III.
" 1 eoMider Toiuraline tbe beat prepays fear
Neuralgia 1 hava ever trwl "
C. V. Duval M. D.. Pinevilla. Ha.
. .- . . BY ALL DRUGGISTS. , PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER BOTTLK
A.WELLIEW. Sola Propnatoe. 7QO and Til WASHINGTON AVE.NUB. 8T. LOU at.
(SUCCESSORS TO MEACHAH at HOBTOX)
Old Stand, No. 9 Union St., Memphis.
J. S. BAT,
Lata of J. 8. Day 4 Son.
Late of Moaebam Horton.
'It contains list ol
i. W. BAILKT.
Lata of Bailey k Covlnctol
Morton & Bailey,
newf oaoeri and estimates o tha sost of ad.
vertising. The advertiser who wants to spend
one dollar, nnda tn It tneiniormatton he
quires, while for him who will invest
buLdred thousand dollars In advertisin
scheme 1st ndicated which will meet
aTery reuuLtament. or can be mada to dn
by slight changer easily arrived at by corra
spondenoa. una hundred and flux-three
editions bav been issued. Sent, postpaid,
to any aaoressior ten cents. Apply to utU.
P. ROWELL k CO.. NEWSPAPEH AD.
VERTISINU BUREAU.10 Spruce st. (Print-
ng nnnse pquare1. xew xorg
GROCERS & COTTON FACTORS,
o so I W
360-362 Front St., Memphis, Tenn.
C. E. WIIESMAN.
Office Public Administrator, Shelby Count
Courthouia. Memohls. Tenn.. Anril 15. 1KW
rllliE nndersianed hav na heen annolntail
X and oualifieii administrator of tha aitAta
. -- -
or Henry t. Arnold, deretsed, notice is
hereby afven to sll parsons indebted to said
estate to com forward and settle; and to
those to whom said estate is indebted to H e
tnair oiaims witn me, amy probated, within
the time prescribed by law, or the same will
o lorever oarreu. JUiw iiOAUUK,
m'gehee & mam,
369 MAIN ST!, MEMPHIS. TENN.
UCn-iftr s TPFnnnPinn woodiawn stock farm.
anH taf 4 J asUanal xtaL xlCi idwL " W00DLAWN la located within fonr miles of Court Square. Memphis, and contain MC.
GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS
And Commission Merchants,
SOU and 202 Front St.. Mem nliU. Tenn.
acres 200 acres in grars, all under good fence; has large stables, good shade and running;
water all the year ronnd, and will be devoted entirely to pasturing and selling stock of every
variety. I am now prepared to receive and sell on commission all kinds of blooded ana
Eraded Stock, Horses, Cattle, Sheen. Hogs, Poultry, etc. Ihose having stock for sale I shall
a glad to corretpond with them. Those who desire to purchase, I will endeavor to obtain
what they require. The following Stallions will stand the season at Woodlawn :
HABHAWAT Dirk brown stallion, 16 hands high, by Enquirer, dam Rurica by Rurio.
Harkawsy won treat Post Stakes, St. I.ouis, 1S78, 2 mile beats. In 3:3a and S:85, and tha
won tne uarnean uup, mile Beats, in 1:43 and 1 Is horse of On styl
FRANK P. W0CDS.
WOODS & SWOOPE,
CARRIAGES. BUS8IES. WAGONS.
Harness, Saddles, Agricultural Implements and Machinery.
UEUICUIA COnlllNED COTTO.V AND CORN PLANTER.
" Sefoml Street, Memphis), Tenn.
and sure fosl
HOim-Bi Triton (own brother to Trinket-2:), dam Mis Butler, dam of Hand
Bntler: breeder s certificate. 2 :2ftl. as S veara old. Holtnn ia rih hlnnrt s ... am.
16.3 high, level Halted, and promises great speed. Fee, II.
KtrBS-.Ki- asstut; uruc. is dark bay trotting and pacing stallion, winner of Firs
Prite at herrville, f bands hish, sired by Bay DicK, he by Leiinstnn. Fee, tit).
BLACK PKIMCaKegistered A. I. C. C. Jersy Bull. Fee, 2 80.
FOR SALE On. young Jersey Bull. Peacocks, $10 per pair; Greyhound Papi, tlO eachl
Newfoundland Pups. (10 each; Black Breasted Red Oame Eggs, t2 per doien.
. JF.-.P.'M1!' Veterinary Surgeon, can be consulted at V oodlawn. City Agents, JAS. .
JAY BMIIU k CO., 2M Front. Addrens ail letters
JOWr PH BI'K'.ET.gM FrAnt street, Memrhis, Tenn.
fswoopE. THE LIVERMORE FOUNDRY AND MACHINE COMPANY
FOUNDRY & MACHINE DEP'TlOtol74 Adams StMemphip
Da T. PORTER.
a. W. MACRAE.
Iron and sjk.
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F Boiler lru
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IVI. 3T. U Zl JjIPF,
French Chemical Works
5S JotlVriaoii Slreet.
f AXl'FACTVRKS SYRITS OF ALL
FLAVnhS. which he oilers at the low
SrK-eof w.teenia nanlloa.of any kind of
rtvor. Quality and purity guaranteed. Ie
Cream manufacturer will find all kinds of
Kilracta aud Frait Colorings at a very low
8ioees8ori to F0RTEB, TATL0K k CO.,
JtTO. SOO FRONT STREET. MEMPKIR. T.TSTt
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JOHN E. RAN'DLE & CO., PROPR'S,
98 Seoond St. Memphis. Tent.
FOUNDERS & MACHINISTS,
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS 121
aigine), IIoilerH, NawniillM,
BratllortI Cwru and AVlient Mill?,
Cotton I'ren, Cotton Gins,
Sliiiftlnp;, Pulleys, lClc.
BPKriiT. litrirv uj- i t.cn j
on snnr notice, for tha celeb rated Heilart Pateus
nrongiii ..!.. s-ntiey. n tarry in stook over
xwo nunarea Aisortea etit s.
sT lend for fatalorne and Price-list.
IRON & RAILWAY SUPPLY DEPT. 226 and 228 Second St.
iSuceessors in this lepertment to JOHN MAN0QUE.)
rarWrlte ns for informstion on ANY THIN ft in eltherline.
DILLARD & COFFIN,
tSf ChsIi Advance) to lrferolsnntH and Plnntersi.
Wliolefiale Dealer and Pabllsheri,
Sol. Agents lollowlnc Flrst-CIass Instruments i
Steinwav ni BLnabo
MAHfOS KRAM1CH "wiHiKLosji?" PKASE co"
ClltCiJ- A Ma..MASOS HAM I IS, t l OI WH a'wiBSEI, CHI
sir A NEW 7-OCTAVB PIANO FOR I90.-j
Writf. (or OatAloimAa. 1 on. 32.1 and a SKC OIVI. ST.. Hf FMPHIN
HILL, FONTAINE & GO. ADLER BR0.&C0..261 LIMN ST
Cotton Factors and Wholesale Grocer
SOG-SOS Front St., Uemphii, Tenn.
HILL, FOHTMJE & CO.
Cotton Factors. Commission r.lerchants,
Wo. 1IO Sonth Sf aln St.. St. Looii.
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Latest Novelties io Footwear
FOR SPRING AND 6BMMBR.
AGENTS FOR THE FAMOUS
W. L. Donglas 13,00 Calf Shoes
In Button, Lao and Congress.
W Illustrated Catalogue and Prise-Lilt',
Mailed Free on appltoation.'wa
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A. YACCARO & Co Lb I, uurivu 6 MllM,
Grocers & Cotton Factors,
WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS,
KOS. 278 AND 3S0 TROWT STRUCT MEMPHIS.
Xo. 303 Slain Street, Gayoso Block.
BrinMey Car Worts Mainract'ff Co
LARGEST BREWERY IN AMERICA.
itz Brewing Gompanv,
Ilrlnkloy, Ark. Manufacturers of
YELLOW TINE AND OAK LUMBER.
AHO DRALFRH IS
Doors, Sash, Blind?, l)reed Floorlair, Oilinir, TTeather-Boardins
Cypres amugiets i.hiuh, i.io.
a-unr facilities re nnsnrpasfea pv anv sawmill in tne ootn for filling orders prnmrllf
Flring, Ceiling, Siding. Step Lumber and Cypress Shingles a specialty : also. Framim
Lumber or all iLuiensions. n ui the w holeaie Uusines a special featar. Orders
soiicuea asd prompuv niled.
OEO. BAYHIIalaEK, AGENT,
MEMPHIS BRANCH, V&ttWttffllMSSSZ
S. ROESCHER. Agent, Memoliis, Tenn.
Bala la I8, S90.0OO Barrels..,
ami, in s"t
,.8ala af Hemphls Branch, 100,000
4. ariO.OllO Nnrr.1.. ' '
: W. A. GAGE & C
No. 124 Jefferson Street Memphis, Tennessee,! Wo. SOO Front Street, : HempM. Tenm