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J MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL Tt'flj S D A Yr MAY 11. 1880.
AX1RC1IY AD SOCIALISM
COXDEMSEI) BY AKCUBIslIDP
UIBBONS OF 15ALTIH0RE.
AW AWrf-ssou Those Great Evil
1 he UanKfiis f WiMiiairogcrj and
r,ALTiM"r.E, Mi), May 1 '". At the
di-diiut on yesterday ni tin- row
church of ili Holy Crons, in this
city, Ari-hlii-Loji (.lilibons t'tok al
vaiitajze of tho pri'Monco of a lnij-e
nuniher of foreigners, imd spuku
forcibly on the. hins of nnarchism
that liave recently been developeil in
America. In his remark on loyalty
to country ho (said:
the AiU'iimsiiop's aihki.
Tho Governnient of the United
States is a governmerJ"for the benefit
of the people. Htraners from eva y
part of Europe are welcome to our
shores L ke tho sun that shines for
all, the government of our country
sheils its genial rays upon all classes
withou'. regard to race, national! tf or
religion. The glorious banner of our
country protects alike the humble
and poor, the mighty and the rich.
Every man in the I nited States has
an opportunity for earning for himself
an honest livelihood, and many have
opportunities oi acquiring an inde
pendent fortune. The German popu
lation of Bal lmore forms an impor
tant, conservative and influential ele
ment, and the same maybe said of
the " German p pulati n through
out the United Btates as well of the
other nationalities. They contribute
largely to the developmt-nt of the re
sources of the country and daily aug
ment our maternal prosperity. But
as the events of the last few days in
'Chicago has shown, there i-xists in
this country asnnall but turbu'ent e'e
nient, composed of men who bold y
preach the gospel of anarchy, Social
ism and Nihilism. These men are
land pirates, p-eyi g upon the indus
try, commerce and trade of the coun
try. Their favorite weapon is dyna
mite Their mission is to destroy
rat1 er than to build up. Instead of
strengtiening the hands of the gov
ernment that upholds end protects
them, they are bent upon its destruc
tion. Instead of blessing the mother
that open her arms to welcome them,
thev insult and strike her. If these,
men bad their way, industry and
trade would be pa alyzerf ; honest
labor would be unrewarded and gaunt
poverty would stalk over the land.
They have no conception of true lib
erty. They would retain for them
selves the lion's share of freedom,
leaving to other" only a nv rsel. Tne
citizens of the United States enjoy
the amplest liberty, but it is liberty of
law. order and authority. Liberty
without law degenerates into
license. We have no standing
armies in this country, and I am glad
of it. for such armies are a great drain
nnnn, the resources of a country, and
necessarily condemn large numbers of
men to a life of enforced idleness.
Thn strongest force of a nation lies in
the laws pi the land judiciously ad-
ruinisteicd. and these laws are upuold
and sustained bv a healthy public
opinion. The strongest- bulwark of a
naiLOU IB IOUI1U III lllW iuwjlllgrin.tr,
virtus and uatriotism of its native and
adopted citizens. So long as they lova
their country and cherish her tnstitu
tions. and are readv to die for her if
necessary, we will have nothing to fear
from Ana chism. Socialism and Nihil
ism. Socialism is a foreign plant, a
noxious exotic which Brows only in
drk places, and withers and decays
under the genial sun ana aimospuere
of the United States.
The archbishop concluded his re
marks bv exhorting the congregation
to love their country and her institu
tion', and to do all in their power to
promote he' best interests; to avoid
danB-eious. forb dden socie ies; to be-
ware of demagog ies, and not to sur
render th ir liberty to any man or
1ass-of men. and at all times to ob-
erve the uolden maxim of doing unto
others as thev would have men do
(OAL FLEET WRECKED.
Thirty Thonmtnd Dollars namate
by High Water at Plttftbarc.
PtTTRiiiTHa. Mav 10. At a quarter
to 6 o'clock Sunday morning 30,000
of property in coal barges as sun it
in the Monoirahela river between dam
Mo. 1 and the point bridge. The
wrecks, howover.arestrewnaloug both
the Monoirahela and Ohio rivers for
several miles. Tho causes of tin dis-
ast; r was the sudden and rapid rise in
tho river. Tho co 1 men were loon.-
ins for l.igh water, but it came so ner
than they expected. At o:M o clock
Sunday ni rn ng, a fuel fl t which had
broken from i s moorings somewhere
up tho river, came drifting rapidly
do an the swiftly running stream,
which was rising at the rate of six
inches an hour. Just below ihe dam
it struck against a fleet of twelve
barge belonging tho Maltinict Coul
Company "Of Cincinnati. The force
of tLe shoe's was so great the li ' es
were parted and tho entire tow
started down the river. Before the run
aways had gone far, they encountered
tw enty barges belonging to O'Seil fc
Co., and further down three barges of
the Birmingham Coal Company, and
one each of Brown & Sons a-d
Sneathen & Wils n. The steamboats
Fred Wi'son and Dippold started in
pursuit, but they only saved eleven of
the barges. The other twenty-seven
were sunk and their contents strewn
along the river No further damage
occurred. The 1 sses areas follows:
Malumet Company, 13 barges sunk,
$13,100. O'Noil & Co , 9 barges sunk,
08 barges damaged, f 12,000; Birming
ham Company, S barges sunk, 12 00;
W. II. Brown, 1 ba ge, $1000; Sneath
en & WilBon. 1 banre. $1000.- There
are 5,OCO,000 bushels of coal now
awaiting shipment. A great portion
will go down the river within tbe next
forty-eight hours. '
mingled so as ti make ien
almost unrecognizable and ;hey
present a sickening appearance. ,'The
girl"s head wa completely seiered
from the b"dv nnrt lay ten or li'teen
feet away, while Wynit-r was simply a
shapeless mass of flesh. An eys wit
ness said to an Associated l'n-k re
porter: '"It is an awful accidoii, but
no one is ti blame except WViner.
Just before th v came down t(i far
Wynier hal a friend in the va'.'on
with him. This gentleman stfmgly
nrge-d him not to attempt to crots the
track, hut Wyimr p;'i-l no bctd to
him. 'Ihen tlic friend go out f the
wagon and lo t Wymcr to tak ths
chance if ho wanted to. Wymifr was
fool t-li, but it's too late now tb talk
about that." I
After the train had moved out the
dead nid I'ying were laid on the floor
of the station, there to await the ar
rival of medical aid. although there
was no hope that either mother or
child would live until it could reach
them. The coroner a Plymouth was
also notified. Much sorrow was ex
pressed among the ro-idents of ln
wood and the passengers at the unfor
tunate event by whica an entire
family will be win d out of existance
through the recklessness of its head
GRENADA) KISS. ,
Jeffrie iimn tb appeal's
To th Editori of tho Appeal I
Glen da lb. Miss.. Mt 6. I noticed
a letter from yonr Htlen correspond
ent In tbe toe appeal oi moy ax, in
which your correspondent batorrow
f ally teensed the citisens of Misslt sip
pi of killing qui e a number of men
along their line of levee. I hare spent
the past three weeks on our levee and
can positively assert that there has
not been any one shot or hung c r
damaged in tny way along tbe Tine
between Flower Lake, in Tunic
county, and Friars Point, In Coahoma
connty, a distance of about twenty
miles. Yonr corns.iondent foriher
sneeki of the captuie of a negro by
C. O. Crews and myself, and status
that we handcuffed him and stretcaed
him up to male him till who nis
pertnerwai. Tbe above statement I
denounce as fa'ae as regards Mr.
Crews and mjsilf. I was out on the
levee all night on tbe nt(.ht cf th o J,
aid was iDfjrmad by one of the
guards during tbe night that sum
bad been seen to land very caatioasly
agiinst the leve?, oa Eagle Lake, and
two ra-n had been seen to leave the
skill. I at once ordtred the guard to
re.uraand irj(urj help and to pu 1
the sk fl over oa t'ie inBlde cf the
levee and to ktep wa'ch on it during
thi night, which was done. The
npjto. on ntirrme to his skin and
teeing that the skiff hal been moved,
walked np the levee ana was naii?a uy
tbeguerds. lie then fled n the durk.-
ncsiand was pursued oy me guaius
and others snimale his ercape out
tbnugh the oveiflow and wis cap
tured by C. C. Crews snd mjse'.f on
thn morning ol tho 1st of May, and
thin taken ou', to the levee and diwn
the line to wbere he had left
hnnt ti see he could
be iecogn:z9d by the guards ; and after
bairg tec igniied by one of the guBrds
as eneof ihe mea who ca ne In tbe
skiff, be slso acknowler'g d that
he came in a skiff and brnugnta white
man with him. and could not give a
satiefac'ory accauntef himself or part
ner. Jia wai men aeuverea io a eou
stable by myself, and up t- the tune
of delivering him to the Officer he had
nit been bdly treated ry aay one,
nor had he Deen ranacunea or
st'elched up, ib stat d by your cor
espondent. I did not s-:e the neiio
after del.veiing bim to an officer only
fjr a few minutes m pa sing up ine
.1. K. Jtttftlt.3.
A Ward In Indorsement of Jnrtjre
Lnploa ol t'larbsvllle.
fOOXRKSPOKDIilCK OI THE iPPIiL.l
Lawbbncebuboh, May 4. I take
tbe )ibey cf sending you ths follow
ing extract from tbe live and useful
paper of onr borne, tbe Lawrence Dem
octal, snd as it expresses tbe sentiments
of many of our people, ti ask you to
reprint it and give u, net the writer
of this only, but all toe many readers
of the AppsiL.tbe benefit of your own
views on the subject, and also the
names of tbe names of the candidates
from yonr division : "A great deal
bas been written as to men for Su
preme Judges. We have omy this ti
fay, that we think the ruling idea of
putting young men on the Supreme
bsnch is fiunded in wisdom. We
have have no carticular choice out
side of one gentleman who tai tern
freauentlv and favorably spoken of.
. .. . . .. tt If T, .
VVe allude t ) me lion. u. n. wipicu
of Clarkeville. lie is a niBn of pro
fiund legal learning, full ot activity,
vim and ent rjiy, aod Lasrcnce county
would do well to instruct herdel'gites
to catt her vote for him as one of the
mou wi o are to nikeup the Supreme
nenth of n Promlueut w Turk
New York. May 10. C. V. Woeris
hoefler diei Mublunlv n the reridenee
of his father in-law, Oswald Otten
d. rfer, editor of the New York Slaals
Zeihinu.ia va hat anville this morn-
inir. Mr. Woerishoeller was the lead
ing bear operator in Wall street.
' ' ' lianaal ef all Ihcares,
i'lvri'' HtriiKn-,i. B.
t" KI'-HLf IKCND1X
JKk'Jt- CLlJ 111 '"ltl "OLD
iiruifl. -'ui l-tr. Worm Olto...a
4 'r v I ti II f'olK'tor'lWtlitntruf IrilauU
IMurrtit-a at mlV u -tr Adult-
!K winery. ;riiiiu(p, Hilioiw tJolia...
4 i luilcra Morhiw, "ttauug
J It'oilKh. 4 tn -nrhiun.
Vfl iMirnltftH, 'J.-ot!i' -he. 1 aeoa-!i
Mlfiprt-Mt-d nr 1'Hllllill 1 orlou...... - -
liili-s. too Crul't... l'i-ri"ls
lOIIT. CwuKb, U.lu-ult llr.;thinff... ,'4&
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lllirUIIIHll'lll. IU I" :iUt . aim. .a
t-'i-u-r aiiJ Ajltc. hills, AlalAXA. a(J
riiri) IllUIUUr IHriui.'. ........"I... w--
( nlarrll. Infliirnra, l tn the ll'U. .til
hoiln t onghtVI"lnt 'outia-. Alt
IJclK TIll It.-bllUy.PhyilCaUWV'MUallaaal .Dt
ervotl. lielillliv... m.vb
I rluarv Vrkne.WeltinirBad.... ll
Dlarna.- of Hie llrTt. PaluiUUon-lH
bold by Droirlirta. or sent postpaid on Fttwipt of
L. D. MULLIH8. of lU J. R. Goiwia k Co. J AS. T0Nfl. 1U olJ. W. Oldwoll A C
MULLIKS & TONGE,
Cotton Factors&Commission Merchant!
No. 1 Howard'n llnv, Cor. Front and Union. KfinpliU.
H-il a of f
Pnlmer.T hor nton I Co
racSors, Wholesale Grocers,
wl 'i . TJTow Tomi.
HEM BEST riMEHDI
Tj DR. J. BRADFIELO'S
1 EMALE REGULAT0J
Lite of J. is. ly Sot. .
Tlil. ftmnn. nmsdv molt fetnpIlT mMtl
th.d.m.nd of th. an for wom.n . .ttlikr
nd multiform .fflictiom. It il remedy
for WOMAN ONLY, and for oa BPKol AL
CLA83 of her direu... It U a ipoeifto for
MrUln di.oa.od ooadition.
and propel la .0 control in. memiraii
Vonolion m to re.ulato all tho d.raage
monti and irraf alaritioi of Woau'i
IU proprietor, elaim for It no other medlnal
propertn and to doubt tho faoi that thi.
medieina doe. positively pouex moh eon
trolling and reynlatint power. 1. .imply
to d nor edit the voluntary totti mony of tha
and. ot liriof witnoier. who are to-day
lultint in tba reitoralion to lonod health
it .triotly a veatetable compound, and li th
product of u.edical .oienoe and practical z
perienoo directed toward th benefit of
It la the itudied pre.onption of a learned
phy.ieiun, whop, epeoialty wa WOMAN,
and wno.e fame became enviable and bound
le. berauee ol hi. wonderlul auocea. in tbe
treatment and our of female comnlninta.
TBK KHUIILATOR i. the GRAND UbT
HKMKUY known, and richly deeerve. it.
MAN'S UEST RIEND
Boc.aae Iteontrol. a elaaaof function, th
yariou. deranitementa oi which oauae more
ill health than all otner eauae. eomoineu
a ,v...a H..H.I lta from a Innt train o
affliotiona which lorely embitter her life and
prematurely end her eiiatenoe. Oh, what
..w;tnH of livln witneii! can testify to
it. oharminv effocUl Woman, Uk to your
pnrl llli N BOON OF HEALTH!
It will relieve you of nearly all the com
plain', peculiar to your e. Kely upon it
a. your tafeguard for health, happinea. and
long life. . . . .
Sold by all druggists. Send for onr treat
ise oa the health and Uappinoii oi woman,
mailed free, which givea all purtioulara.
XUK liRADFIKuU REGULATOH 00j
Hnx 2H. Atlanta, fla,
TO HVt HC'LTH TH C LIVC KU.TIt INOROjy
In Itelinb.A Remedy lor Lier C umpiaint inn iiiicaiiH
br dnin)ri or rp'a rono"i"i
trftwt, Contitlon. Bitiousnam. Jnundtce. Hfadachi
Mtilarm, Rhflamatmra, eio. It nvnlaUw tli bowelti. pur
ps the Mixxl. irnitTnn inBiMirm, MTnwm
f housondeof taatlmonlais prove its rwirii
W. N. HALVE 01 AN,
Prei'.dent of th Great LOCISVIL.'S C0U-
ItlHiXl-JCrUnri A14 1011. fun
h know, of
Winters mi th's Chill Cure,
Orrics or thi CoriKi-JoBiAt,
W U1HV11.I.K, n i .
n- nT.-..M...fV. Kir I ju.iv a rule 1 hav
bserved for many yeara, the va ue ol your
romtdy prompting me to .ay. In repiy io
nn, rnllANt. WDai 1 IIIUW UI Ji'U, v""'
uro. inopriTaio as urn neon oi t
i j ttnj r k a m t it rniniia fir lm met in
,H ohnrvod on Mr. ft. . meri-uuu, -
for more than fifteon yoara, had been tore
man ot my ofli.e, induced ine to teat it In
my family, 'ihe re.-ulta have been entirely
aaliai-otory. The 6rt oaf win of two
eara' ataniltnir, in wnion i "o'!"
noun remeay Dfia Deen inoumui ',."",
nry reliot tne oniua reiumnm ii"'""
ml with .fotninidy incroaied. Mvnty.
Your cure broke them at once, anil there oaa
been no recurrence of them fur more than
Fix month., ine mncr mno "
form, and yieMed nioro roidtly to o'lior
reineaiea: but the chill" would return at in
tervals until your tnedic'ne wiui used, sine
which tiuio, now sevorai niraiii;, u
entirety di.apnearod. From tb opportu
nity I have had toiudito, 1 do not bontateto
exnreFS my belief that your Chill turn ia 1
Ii,1a aoooific. and neriorm. uu
Entire Family Killed Tbromgb
the Faiher'a Herkleasnraa.
Fobt Wayke, Ind , May 10. As tbe
day express which left Chicago at 3:15
o'clock, via the Fort Wayne road,
yesterday a(ternoon,was pacing the lit
tle station of I n wood, six miles east of
Plymouth, Ind., at 8 o'clock last even
ing, s horrible a cident occurred and
four lives will be lost the-eby. Join
Wymer. a younu farmer living a mile
and a half east of Inwood, started
from his home this morniDg sccom
paniei by hM wife and two pre ty
daughters, aged three and four years,
and drove out to visit some fnend.
After spending the day they started
back ami reached Inwood station just
as the expre s was due. As his wagon
una nasMino- over the track it was
struck by the engine and both horses
were kit e 1 irmtantlv, as was alsj
"Wynier nd the oldest child. His
wife and t e other child escaped in
stant death, but are suflering great
agony and cannot recover. The bodies
o? Wvmer and tut other child are
Woerishoefter died at 8 o clock last
Bveninc of anoplexv. His brokers
state this morning that he was Ion?
nf wheat that, there is no chance oi
iu rnmin'' unou the market and those
who sold on that supposition w 11
lmve to buv it back from some one
Jew lh Theological Seminary
New York, May 10. -The Jewish
Tlienlbincal Seminary Association
elected officers as follows:
Dr. Zolis Cohen, Philadel
phia- Fir-t Vi.e-President. Ir. H W
Schneberger, Baltim re; Second Vice-
Presidet.t, i'r. a. w se, .ew iora,
First Secre ary, Dr II. Periersmandes,
Vpw York : Second Secretary, Hr. B
Drachman, New Y rk. The seminary
will be opene 1 next fall and its support
n il I he contributed to by about fifty
congregations, and the annual income
is expectea io De aooui iw,uw.
Ntraek by Llablnins.
Bt-RMNOTiN. Ia., May 10. Yester-
.! afternoon liphtninz struck
boarding-house in this city and killed
a Toutiir German carpenter named
Gustave Wolf and knocked down all
tie other inmates of the house. The
dw-elli. a of Frank Gemer in this city
was also ttruck and burned. The
htorm was very heavy in Southwestern
Tornado la Inalaaa.
CoNSKRsvii.i.K. Isn.. May 10. A tor
nado passed through Wayne county,
thirteen miles north, last nicht, de-
atrovinir evervthine in its track. One
wrininn and two men. names un
known, a e reported killeii.
from 16 upwards in the latest styles,
II. II. Meyer, No. 227 Second street,
Call at once or send postal for designs,
AW aYBD PLASIHCKslIUa. ATT-TABJ.
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Llolding, Lumber,
Lath and Shingles, Flooring, Ceiling and Cedar Fort.
MEMPHIS, - - TEJTWESWISE,
SLEDGE BROS, of Como, Hiss, F. 1. NORFLEET, Resident ParUer.
i Front Street Mem-phl1 Tennemitat
John . Salliyaa.
, 1. Olu
Wlaoleeale Grocer, Cotton Factoro
. And Commissi an Merchants,
232 and 234 Front St., Memphis, Tem
HETWEER ADAMS AHD JEVFIMWOlf.
N. BAINBT aTots bi. whol tlm to th welihlnt and aata of all Cotton ntru.U'
tn nor churcn. Cotton Warnhnuan. tf Waahln.tiin atiwot.
ANDREW 8TKWABT, Now Orleans, ANDREW D. Q WYNNE, Msm
AKU 558 FKONT STREET, BtJEMPIIIS, TESISi
STEWART BROTHERS & COMPANY
COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
1VKW ORf.RATVR. TFISI4WA
Crab Orchard Water
Jdonnlne Crati Orrhard Salt" In w-aled pa
riaaBOWCHAWO' V TECO..Pl
A Roniodr for all Dlmaaoa of ltii Uvfr, HI
nrjm. MUmar and Bo. a
. f,,. Jl..nnala. Mirk llMattMC
.-AMallnMll.iM. IliNM. I tO S tMUiIirMiUfllU. I
anil .let, an ffonuine aaua ww in iiuiai. j
rkaiKia Rt Id iimri-.'SctN. Nn
roD'ra. aiMONN. JON
A M'.r'r, lularllly. tif
tSo INTctxrctl Stores
Ofllce, 349 Front Street. THemphK Tenn.
J. A. BAILEY.
O. K. WITT.
J. L BAILEY & CO.,
. ............ ...n .-,. ,.T..lf TJlT"Tr?Itl
MalariaU, I'uiniia, Uriva Wella, Iron, Lea.l ami dton Hip. 'a futures, llba. Kte
perioral, all J on
, Ak.dU, Luuis-
' certain that
"tba Eanmn" no
will rm aailafhatoTT to
genUem&n who want, a
w artlcla. -W are pntuna-mw
manoiketn of the Ao. th fmlt. of 80
Z Mart- pHmoe and atudy. of what wtu
' -iu miwm eomlbTt and wear
-r faithfully. Try them
-r dealer 1
MEM. Tonn. or old,
find the K lectrlo
Shield and Suapenao-
enre every ataie o
eakaeaa of the Kid
.. bemal by.tein
Varicocele and lout or
U V V?t i , i.x t en feebled power..
llKV reiunded jl
ItiUl V- WitU Pamnhlet free. All
mmh anna, Ka .nt ti AnaerlUkll Ualf.a
l 'o , 706 broaaaay, flew TrU. a.
all our Western oOio. are aiMoailnuea
i t- il in alii-
Tintieh ps'nr-l ar-1 r
:iiliirail.v, IM'-'t an I'" '
1 in tiini). Ivrlimw if
tMlli,ll iiii -tl if --
thi. l:iul l-t a n
ilnid Ly niiu.y in .
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TlKlltALOiKaa 1- ir.-,tr
.. I : i 1' t-i.i. . i.iirl
FOKSM.i: by ah. m:i i i,t-r
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nflaimntfT Hhaamiatlia at
OHdi., ail r- lv-n ytnlM. duve lnUaXUI,aD4
UhOj no pdi-- ia ia iiui and tliuii- well1
In ny r'i-
i,n T, .-...Mivr anprrcadea aO other
H ,v grircn T''il
. I ..I ri u.h1 1 ujm
,1am, M. D., Uamco, HL
.i a flrltt1. and think It
v. r found fi KheoiBitlit in.
11 K. Uaru, htargeuo. Mo.
'T.hT. N'" n"' t.K PF.lt BOTTI.K.
l "ll w ' .II.11)M AVKNfK. HT IRITIS.
W i i:'i".lo, J. W. ntll.FT,
l- .tool J',in.i.,i .1 ll.irton. Lute uf Uailer Covlngtot '
GROCERS & COTTON FACTORS
360-3G2 Front St., Memphis, Tcnn.
Hrlukley. Ark- HfHUiiflivlnrera of
YELLOW PINE AND OAK LUMBER,
AND Da.Aa.KKH IS
Doors. Stab. Bllnl. Dressed Floor.". OIIIm, Weather-BoArdlnf
lyprewt BUin(ins s.mu a."-.
a-Ourfanllltle. ar nn.arpa.Md br any sawmill In the Sooth lor BI Iny '"'V''
i.w..in. il.liii.a-. Sl.lina-. Kteii LiaWind Tvpre.. bhinnle. a sM(ilalti al.o, rramlan
Lumber of all dimenaiou.. We
Whuleaale limine., a poo
EO. KAYMIIil-Kn, Att'EHTi
No.'124 Jefferson Street Memphis. Tennetwee.
THE LIVERMORE FOUNDRY AND MACHINE COMPANY
FOUNDRY & MACHINK l)El"lKOtol7i Adams StMcmphlf
f ronl. e t ,
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DEL'T, 220 and 228 Seeond St.
I RUN & RAILWAY SUITLY
8uP.or. In this lupartment to JOMN M ANOUUlt.l
aa-Wftte n for Infnrmatlnn nn ANY THI Nil in either line.
DILLARD & COFFIN,
91 enipliln Tenn.
t6T Canh AdTHiioen to M ercbanU and Planter.
E. WITZlAira"5 Co
Wbolesal Dealer and PnbllRhert,
Sol AienU followlni rir.t-Olas. Instrmntsi
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ADLER BEO. & GO.,261 DlillN ST
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Sff Second Slrecf, MemplilM.
0. W. T0MLIN. WM. BENJK8.
NEW CARRIAGE FIRM.
Tomlin & Benjcs,
179 Main St., Hcuiphlu.
Offer apei'lal inducement, in Open Bungles
of eur own make, at ti; TP Uu.dea ol
oar own make, at 110). All work war
ranted. Call before you kuy.
a- Ilarlne- diapn.ed of our entlr stock ot
Vehicle, and th Manufacturing lioiiart
ment to Mea.m. TOMLIN A BKNJr.fi, w.
beaiieak for them a oontlnuannai of the
pa ronaii .0 lone attended to as.
fABRTAOK A HARDWAHK (HiMPANT.
AND TRUST COMPANY.
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NAPOLEON HILL, WmfL am nrivi.it. '
LAZARUS LEVY- T."rMILI.IJRN;
ANDRK W KKN KERT, B0L COLKM AN.
annually. . . , T . , dj. Reonrltle nerally, nay ta.
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J. 0. HANDWERKER.
DAVrD P. HADDKN.
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HARD Will FttKHB.
onr onatomrs. rrt f t'barue. ...
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D. P. HAUDEN, President.
EWD. WOLOSMITH, Tice-rresiaeii.
HATH AN. 1'aMhler.
Cotton Factors, Wholesale Grocers,
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Latest Novelties in Footwear
FOR SPRING AND SUMMER. '
CLEW A BIT RTTI.KN I
AGENTS FOR TUB FAMOUS
W. L. Douglas 83,00 Calf Shoes
In Button, Laos andContrass.
mW Illnstmted Cataloau and Pric-LIl
Mailed Free on . indication. TMI
KELLY, ROPER & REILLY,
Grocers & Cotton Factors,
Wn. a Main NlreH. 1T""" WofU.
LAKGEST BHEWERY IN AMERICA.
Jos. Sciilitz Brewing Gompanv,
MEMPIIIS Jill A A (J 11 sM,llUo-,cor.Hl.eAail.
S. ROESCHJcR, Aeent. jaemvUla, xenn.
Hair, la 18a, .0O torl" -f. "' '"
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W. A. GAGE & COo
Wo. aOO Front Street, ; CTemplila. Tens
W00DLAWN STOCK FARMJ
irnnnt AWN I. lnr-ated within four mile, of Court Sqnare, Memphis, and contains
rltnirlmUuuUTioi tenoe; has larf .uble.. K.d shad, and runnine
"VT.ulh. fV.M rauari and will be deroted entirely to naaturinf and eellin Hocktf J.er j
water all the year round ""."'"J ,d M on commission all kind, of blooded ana
ltF-. I ''. ,'If.p,','1Ki 1 III. Voulirt. et.r 1 h...e h.vin strck for ..I. I .ha,.
UOrW. VIHiin, umwvi-. t , -I. . . 1 I .11 JaaVA (A nM. n
'd 10 OT"'0"TllV?:iTn. million, will .land the .n at oodlawa
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hBal.. n ana e:oo, inu (d-
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brother to Trinket-! :14). dam Mis; Butler, dam ol Man
Butler; breeder'. oerfBraie, j c " iii 1
h-.h, l.v.l tatud. ''"'"VirTrttinrd ra.in. stallion, winn.r .f fir.
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