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rbt 8bsld CUm Inserted bj tk
li the Seaste.
Wasbiikito, Msy 20. SenaU. Ia
erortrdftvo'ablr from tbsOommittse
n Military Affslrti bill to Authorise)
hs CtasTeons and Northern Kallwsy
Jomr-eoy lo build Its road across the)
fort Koatsll and Fort Lnramia mili
ary rsseres'lot), and on motion of
RfXot Mnulsreoa ths bill u taken
On motion of Senator Edmands it
as eo amended as lo piorlde that it
is rights eo con (erred be not exer
ted and the load sot built within
hree year, the prltilrge grantsd by
he bill ib ill win and terminate.
, be bill was then psated.
I On motion of Senator Jonee irk J
he Senate pttsstd a bill detaching tbe
ouot ei ol II iward, Little Kiser and
vir I im Ida Weetern end adding
hsra to the Eastern Judicial District
i Arkansas, tbe change noMo affect
uits already enured.
( On motion of senator Waltball a
milar bill was passed detaching tbe
mm? of Attilla from tbe western
ad atia-sblng It to the eastern division
i I tbe Nonuein Judicial Diet ict of
.'. The rjtatsn Island bridge bill wis
in laid beirs tbe Sena's, and Sena
r Mcl'osrson r'sumsd his spesch
?anat the bill at reported, aud in
jpportof bis amendment proving
ir a tunnel instead of a br die.
i Debate on the bridge bill continued
! p to 3 o'clock, when the bankruptcy
ill was D'aced btUie tbe r;ecae sn I
impoiarily laid aside to permit tbe
-malderation of the bridge bill.
i Senator McFhtrsoa's smendmsnt
or a tunnel Instead of a bridge) was
ejected yeas, 6 ; nays, 40. The Sen
iors Trtlng in the affirmative were
!ersra.B)wen, lUmpton, Mcl'bsrsorj,
'lornb and Sewell.
; Alter farther debate and tbe Yotlr-g
own of some amendments, tbe bill
as passed by a viva voce vote as re
ported from tbe committee, with tbe
le addition of Senate r Vtsi's arusml
lent, i The rotl rail on ens of the emend
isnts disclosed tbe fact that no
norum Totad, but as there was cltar
' a quorum in tba chamber (several
mat on who were paired having re
ained Irrtn voting) the call for unan
nnns oocsnnt jm withdrawn,
i Tbe bankruptcy bill was then laid
-lore the Seta e, and the Bsnate ad
',. The II. sum. .
Mr. Holman lad., from the Com
it tee on Appropriaueos. reported the
:ecative, legislative end Judicial ap
oprietion bill, aid it wss referred to
e ooromlttee nf tbe whole.
Mr. Breekenridge Ark., from tbe
mmlttM oa Ways sad Means, called
i a bill providing that for a perloi of
years no nsankerel, ether than that
lowa as Spanish mscke el, eaught
itwesn March 1st and Jane 1st shall
i Imported or Unded la tbe United
Tee eonsideratlon of tbe bill wai
tprnsd nntil to-morrow, and tbe
J-wnt into committee of the
bole (Mr. Hammond Qa. ia the
i sir) oe tbe benate amendments te
e poetoffioe appropriation bl II.
Tue amendment sets apart $40 OOOo'
e appropriation for the free delivery
' Mice far tbe establishment of tbe
re delivery system in c ties wbrrs it
: not now eetabl sbsd. It wss oon
: trred in.
Tbe anendmpot was rrjtctrd which
itbor std the Postmaster-Genrrat to
utrsct far inland aad foreign steam
; latreivice when it can be combined
! i one route. Alio tbe amendment
A treating byH0,000 the appropria-
in tor railroad postoflice car service.
Tbe smendment was noncorred in
pressing from $'.'61,720 U IU.OOU
-a appropriation for necessary and
. eolal fstilitlei on trunk linea.
The foreign mall sir Tie amend-
nt havlns been leaoaed, Mr. Blount
to. moved a noaonenrrsnee in It.
Mr. Burrows Mich. moved a con
rrenee ia the amendment with the
Slowing amendment thereto; Pr
;iei that not exceeding J 100,000 of
amount hrsin appropriated aball
itxpendtdin payment of existing
; norKan aUamsblp Unci for tbe
inapsrtstion . of foreign malls, so
j rding to tbe sohc dales heratofora In
! rce, and that so much of the balance
may be required shall be expended
increasing tbe frequency of the
ital s rvlce by American built and
iate ei ateamsblpi between tbe
lited btitei aad each porta of tbe
eign count res herein namei, not
w connected with the United Ststee
; : American iteamehip liner, as the
. fllmaaUr Qsneral mav e'oc1, iot lud
t Buenoi Ayr a and Monte vie i.Mr.
t rjws arsaertd tbe objfctlnni
idstothsS aate amendment, which
aald simply gave to the Poatms ter
meial the aame ditcretion In regard
tbe ooa'tviee and star raute se-vioe.
1 the taik about paying f3M,000 ti
Psclfio Mail Company was made
; alarm members. How any gentle
; li could twiit this provkion into a
bsidy ha could not understand. The
j ir route strvice could as well bs
led a subsidy.
i Mr. McMillin fTcon.l thotttfht tbst
c ifforts el tbe friemlsof the amend-
:-nt to prove that the appropriation
s noia snusidy nai iKH-nltiUle. It
is a subsidy in the broadest and
West eenae, and the question for the
i House to determine was whether
was ready to eater upon the policy
' giving gratuities to stenmslilp com-
iiiee when reduoed to the last
: alyris tbe amendment wss snenter-
fwodgetoa system which could
irk viciousneas snd corruption only,
Mr. Adams . r.l-Did vou Tote
the rlyer and hsrborbillT
Wr.tMcMll In-Yea: and I. woild
it arsin. I notice that everything
it goes touts nun bridge lssuts-
ttrv lo tne ceotleniaa. and everr
cgtbat goes elsewhere is nnsstis
tiryto him. This is a policy in
ucti we ehoold not enter. I glory
Americas, iajtitu'iotsa on scoount
their parity. 11 it paid better to
k on the ocean then on tbe land,
t people of the United Suttte, with
, tit enterprise, energy and intelli
i re, would navigate the ocean.
! r. Ooff W. Vs. mainlntned that
I paying lair n a ires for labor res-
red to tbe government, the govern-
nt could have a merchant marine
j iesvoring to extend Americin com
j liter further debate the comra ttea
the who's rejecUd-8d tj 14-the
now, amendinrnt to tbe Satiate
endmeut to the portoffic bill.
Is ttiis wis regarded as a Utt vote
t inioancement of the result ws
e' ed with cheei s by the Demo jratic
cimmHt-e then coa-conenrrtd
'he Sente $.0,000 smeaHment,
1 reported its sc-in te ths Hoosj.
e Iloise cjofirjotd by a jre tbsn a
teo-tblrds vote tbe action ot the com
mittee in rejecting the arca'ld sub
sidy amendment to the postoflire bid
lneertM by tbe beset.
Mr. Z. Tsylor Tenn offrd sn
amendment providing tist 1100 010
shall be appll'd to the transportation
o! foreign malls ny existlrg lines run
ning from New Oileeca to Central and
South Americas pi'tv
Mr. Hewitt N. Y. moved lo strike
oot the appropriatK n for (800,000 aad
Insert on of ItOOOOO, end to add to
the Senate amendmen' ihe following:
And tbe Poelrusiur General shall, as
far as po slble, cauie the mails ol tbe
United Slfctes to be carried to snd from
raid place, respectively, In American
bnilt snd reg stared sssa hips, pro
vided the same ctn be carried f r a
reasinsb'e com pane atioa to be by bim
determined, but not exceeding tbe
rate of 60 cents per nautical mile for
the distance usually traveled in tbe
moti direct and feasible caarsi bs-
twsea the terminal points bsieinbe-
Mr. t'srTT TMIps.l oppossd the Sen
ate amrndment on the ground that it
was a aubaidy.
Mr. Mills fTex.l eharscteria'd the
amendment as a donation ot 1740,000
to American ahlp-bulldtri, rhltt ol
whom was John Roach.
Mr. Price Wis said that subtidy
wai the theory that node lies svery
progrefslvs irs'-itmion tbiougbout'hs
isnu. vervthlng wss snbsid aid
dawn to tbe salt water, end then O n
gress became frightened snd itaod
still wbils tbe American ships were
driven from tbe let.
Mr. Kindlsy Md favored ths
Mr. Morrison 111. energetically op
pise d the teturn to tbe subaidy policy
ti former ytare which wss involved ia
the amendment ol the Senate.
Mr. Rindsll Pa.) cil'ed a'teot'on
to the curious epeaiaole prtsinted by
tbe Senate amendment, which in
volved an expenditure of $4,000,000,
but which had not one word ol execu
tive auggeitlon or approval to com
mend it, There wss do eetims's for
tbe appropriation. It emanated from
tbe Senate a body which bad been
contending for year against putting
anv general leg'slstion on appropria
tion bills. In voting upon this smend
ment hs wsnted svery member to
range himself on the side where he
exptcted to s'sy to tbe end. Ap
plause on tbe Democrats side. Last
year the Secate amendment, almilar
to tbe pending proportion, had been
put through in the muss by.reatou ol
absenteeism, but he Invoked every
man to so record himself oi this pro
position now tbst be wou'd not nod it
sec iwry to abwnt himself hereafter.
Mr. Blount Us., in o'oalng ths de
bate, stid tbst list winter, under the
threst of aa extra session, ths liouss
bad oncur.ed in the Senate amend
ment appropriating $100,000 for the
fore go mail service. Tbe immu'S'jo
administration came Into powsrsnd
5ul tha ban of its condemnation on
e proposition. The policy of tbe
atmlnletra'inn on this iubject could
t b3 mistaken, and when the UnlUd
states Senate, In violation of its rales,
In violation of tbe p Inciple that gen
eral leg's'atlon should uotbep'aced
upon approprleticn bi Is, sought to
force this propoiltlon upon thssdmin
Istration, tbsre wsa an aodsciiv and
bldne'S exhibited tbst needed to be
met with courage. Tbe Issue was
plain and clear cat, and, for one, ho
was willing, rs a Democrat, to take
the reec-ontioillty for hie action.
Mr, Bunowa'a amendment wai re
jected yeis. 82 , naya, 150. .
Ths amendments offered by Mr. Tay
lor Tenn 1 and Mr. Dongbsrty Fls.
wsre rejeoied without division.
Tbe Senste smeodmsnt was non
concurred In without division, and the
committee rose and reported its action
to tbe House.
Tbe Iloure confirmed the action of
the Committee on the Fore'ga Mail
Service eroendmect by a vote of 178
yeas to 80 naya.
rue announcement ot tne reeuit
waa received with a round ol ap
plause from the Demooeatio aide.
Tbe bill and amendments will now
be sent to the Senste and go to a con-
The House then ad journtd.
Ia the Coaawlttee Keaaas.
The Houee Commit toe on Commerce
to diy instrac:ei Chairman Kssgsn to
report tbe enacting; clauss of tbe Cn1
lorn interstate commerce bi l with tha
provisions of tbe Hassan bill ai an
amendment in place of the provisions
ot the' Cullom bill. This wss dune
for tbe purp as of bringing both bills
formally bulore the )tou-e.
lbe Senate Committee oa Com
tnerce will continue its daily meetings,
Having perrxtieton to sit durlna the
sessions of the Sisnn'e to consider the
river and harbor bil'. It has eon
eluded to mske a preliminary itudy ot
tne nieisnre as it came non the
House, item by Item befoie di elding
upon anvtiimg, and Iti members have
agreed not to make any dieclosnrss
regsrdingthe committee s work until
the preliminary examination shall bs
A St, Lala sth-trf.
St. Louts, Mo., Msy 20. The in
mates ol tbe female hospital wen
thrown Into contusion yesterday after
noon by a hasty summons from Dr,
HurlbnrL the superintendent, lo va
cate the eait wine of the bulldina and
seek more secure quarter! in the west
ern wing. ine oocatien of the com
motion waa the awaying ot the main
njorara tne cracking ot tha eastern
wsll. wuica bas teen iaaabakveon
dition tor some time, with every indi-
rauoaoi a general crasn. Theatttnd
ants succeeded in removing the in
matra in the axpiard nrrtion. when
shortly afterwaid a portion of the wall
fell. There were In tha hospital at the
time about 250 patients, about one
third of who wri din ths sndaogered
sect too, and had the accident ceme
unawares serious loss of life might
hsve occunel; as it was no one waa
injured. Tbe inmates are now crowded
Into one winiol the hot'.UI. whlrh
bss the capsc ty ol holding comforta
bly about one-third of the number
now in it. . .
WAsaiNOTOM, Mo.. Msy 20. Esrlv
ves'e day morning the store cf Will-
lm u. ituge, in Worth Waihington,
wss eieroverea t M on nre, and be
fore asslhttace could arrive tha flame
hal made luch progreai ss t) mske it
Imposiibls 1 1 tars either the building
or any part of the a ock of goods.
There is no doubt that tbe store was
first ribbed aod then set on fire. A
box of jewe'ry dropped by tho bur
glen in their fl got was found near
ths building after the fire. The stock
was vs'udsH12 000: ths building at
iu,uuu. insured nr i3uut.i.
wsmesi Allowed Is I'ritrllre Law
la New lark.
Albany, X. Y , May 20. The Gov
ernor last night signed the bill per-
mining women io practice is
The Knrhstailed NaainrrUBil,
A book descriptive of the summer
rueturtsot the ortliwest will be mailed
to you won spplicalion toll S. Hair,
moral pivwen.er aent Ch cago and
otthwerturn railway. Chicairo. 111.
ME3IPIIIS DAILY APPEALFRIDAY, MAY 21, 1830.
TRAGIC 1FFRAYU TEXiS.
FATAL STREET DUEL AT GBA5I
Tbe Whale Ceaatf Embroiled la the
Affair Segre 8 sot Dewa la
CasTow, Tsias, May 20-Ne a lirn
just ben receivwl from Urand Saline,
Van Zandt county, of a tragic aflray.
For several months a ft-nd has existed
between the Palgtts snd the Carroll,
two f .inilies residinc Ave miles north
of Grand Saline. It originated in the
Padgetts accusing J. M. Carroll of
atealing hogs, Tlie quarrel spread
until the entire settlement became em
broiled. Arrests and counter arrests
were made of parties on eitiier side,
aindsyits being sworn out by adher
ents of the opposing factions, and
every month tliey have been in at
tendanre upon the court at Grand Sa
line. Fa ll fattion came heavily
armed with breech loading shot guns,
Winche'ter ritles and six shooters,
and a deally contest lias been expect
ed at each successive monthly sitting
of the court.
IS COl'RT YXTIRIMT,
after te csnes had been dl posed of,
J. M. Carroll went to W. K Padgett,
father of Robert and James Padgett ,
and told him he would burn hi shirt
oil' if he and his sons did not cease
slandering lilin. Hitter and violent
words passed, until the Padgetts
moved off to their homos. Carroll
went up to the front to the gallurv of
a store, picked up h's breecli-loading
shot gun and stepped oot in front of
ihe Padgetts, cursing them and say
ing that they did not have the nerve
to use their guns. Bob Padgett in
stantly ruiaul his gun, took deliberate
aim and fired. This was the signal
for an impromptu duel between the
two men. Padgett's tirst shot, w hicli
c ntained twelve buck-shot, took
effect In Carroll's right lung and the
upper part of his a omach. Ca roll's
return shot took effect in Padgett's
right and left lunj; and left arm. Car
roll's second shot
tori i-Mxirrr's arm to rut xs
rm tl.A nll.na. ,ln-n..l 1i.l,,ll
with his left arm horribly mangled
and bleeding by his side, raised hia
gun with his rig' t and poured the
contents of his second barrel into
Carroll's neck and sh .tildors when the
latter hod turned to reload his piece.
The Padgetts then rode off. Carroll,
who waa felled to tho ground by the
buck-shot received in his neck, rais'd
himself and tired both barre's at his
retreating enemies, killing one of the
horses. Carroll then fell again, say
ing, "Well boys, I got my work in on
them all r'ght, and I am willing to
die," gave a gasp and was dead. Bob
!'adjrett was carried home by his
father and brother and cannot live. It
is thought that several others will fall
victims to this deadly feud before it is
Aatbr Tesaa Tragedy.
Hearnx, Tix., May 20. In tha May
's Court to-dar Iil Gainer, a col
ored politician aad railroad detective,
wai shot and killed by O. D. Cannon,
the prosecuting attorney. When the
shooting cccuried the court-room wss
crowded and the wildest excitement
ensued. Ths Mayor waa engaged in
trying tha cases cf numerous un
fortunate women of the town who
were chsrged with vagrancy, and Mr.
Cannon waa prosecuting. Qelger en
tered the court-room with a ewsgger
snd aked ti ree the indictmen's.
Prosecuting Attorney Cannon ovjct
ed, atating that he did not think that
Geigorhadany right to act as an at-
ruey, whereupon Uelaer applied In
u'tins and abusive epithets to Mr.
Cannon, and adranrel npon bim in a
tnreaieulrg manner. Mr. lannon at
once drew his revolver and fired upon
Gelger five timer, each shot taking ef
fect. Hotil 6t. Gioros, 61 Clark street.
Brooklyn, fireproof, best constiuoiion.
snlendidly locsUd on Brooklyn
Ueiiitits, close to Urlriire. handy to
central points of Nw Ytrk City and
Coney Island, with mere luxury at
one-third prices; 400roma, all elec-trio-liabted
(10J batb-rooma). hand
somely decorated : very best upbol-
steiea iurtitnre; unset bedding; con
csded to be one ol the finest hotels in
tho country. Transient rates, $2 50
per dsy, with private toilet Singlo
rooms, $1 per night; open all night;
. MurSerer llnnced,
ttonnorT. N.. Y.. Msy 20 Lauls
Willett, alias Clurles Crosby, wai
hsrge.d in the jiil at Kingston at 9 :1S
o'clock this morning for the murder
of Edwin Ksllsnd on January 7,
1S84 Willett died as!y.
HKBt BEST FBIEHD I
DR. J. BRADFIELD S j
This lemons remedy most happily meett
thedsmand of tbe see for woman s peeuliar
ana maiuiorm sraiotions. it is a remedy
for WOMAN ONLY, and for one BPKoIAL
CLASS of her diieues. It is a speeiSo for
certain aiseuea conaiuons ol the womb
and promeee to so control tbe Menstrua
sanction ee to resulate all the deraase
menu ana uresaiariiiee oi n omen s
Its nronrietori claim for it ne othar medinal
proMrtn and to doubt the feci that this
medicine dou positively possess such eon
trollini and reaaiatinc powers is simply
to discredit the voluntary testimony ef thou
sands ot twins witneaess who ere to-day
exultlns In the restoration te sound health
is strictly s Teretable eemeosnd, aad la tha
proauoi oi meaieei science ana pracucal ex
eerienoedireeied toward the benett of
It Is the atsdled prescrlctioa of a learned
phyeiclaa, whose specially wu WOMAN,
and waose fame became anTls.kias.nd bonnil.
less beeanae ol bis wondertul saceess ia the
ireatment ana cure of female ccuiplainu.
:ilK KKOULAT0H is tbe OKANDbST
IkMKOY kaewa, aad richly deserves its
OMAN'S 1EST J? 11IEND
Beeense It controls a class of functions the
vanons aerenaemsaie oi waich cease more
hi neaita man an otaer causes combined
and thus rescues lmr Iron & Inn ir.l. A
atrllctions which sorely embitter her life and
prematurely end her exlstenoe. Oh, what a
altitude of living witnesses can teatiry to
itseharmlnt etfeotsl H'oaii, uke to your
rRtdeis boost or health i
It will relieve yoa ot aearly all the com.
Plain's peculiar to your ssi. Kely apon it
as your saiea uard for health, happiness and
Sold by all druejfiita. Send for enr treat
ise on tne Usaitn and Uappineea ol Woman
maiiea ine, wlncti (ivrs nil particulars.
1UH BRADFlKuD RKU iLATuR Oft .
Hoi jx. A tlsnla. Oa,
W list ft s. I H4 in HIT h HS c Al S KO
- i us ayspepaia, which troue t Mrs.
Jobak. Oil son.SS Bill street, Memphis
jonn., icr nearly mree years, o siwndily
disapnear. he sincerely advists all af-
The First Sign
Of falllog health, wbrther in ths form ct
Night Sweats sod Kervousneas, or in a
ariwe of General WeartDeas snd Loss ot
A purtlle, tbould suggeat me use of Ayerr
Earaaparilla. This prspsntteo 1 most
effectlTS for giving tone snd strengta
to tbe enfeebled system, promoting ths
digestion snd eulnillattoa of food, restot
tng ths nervous forces to their normal
condition, snd fur purifying, enriebmf,
snd vltallzlug ths blood.
Ten years ago my health began to fsH.
I was troubled with a dlitreailng Cowrn.
Night rlweata, Weakneea, and 'erroos
nea. I tried various remedies prescribed
by different phraiciana, but became eo
weak that I could not ro up stairs with
out (.topping to rest. II y friends recom
mended me to try Ay Br a rtaraparilla.
which I did, and I am now a healthy snd
strong at ever. Mrs. E. C Williams,
I have uaed Aver"! Saranpnrilla, In my
family, for bcrufula, aud know. If it e
taken faithfully, that It will thoroughly
eradicate this tarrible dlseaae. I have alo
prcacrllied it aa a tonic, as well an alter.
alive, and must lay that I bouotlT be Hers
it to bs the bet blood ni-dl-(oe erer
compounded. W. F. Fowler, U. D. 8.,
M. V., Urecnvllle, Teuu.
It would be luipoimible for me to do
scribe whst I auncred from Indlgi'stlou
snd Ileadarhs up to tha time I bran
taking Ayer'a Sanaparilla. I wu under
the care of various pbyaiciuns and tried
a great many kinds of medicines, but
never obtained more than ten oomry re
lli-f. After taklug Ayer'a Sarrnparilla for
a thort time, my headache disappeared,
and my stomacn pcroruied I'juuiws more
perfectly. To-day my henlt'.i Is com
pletelv restored. Mary lluiley, !?prlug
I have been greatly benefited by the
prompt use of A Tar s Banaparllla. It
toaes and invigorates the aystein, regulates
tbesetion of the digestive aud assimilative
organs, and vlulizea the blood. It is.
without doubt, the most reliable blood
purlfler yet discovered. II. I. Jolmaon,
K3 Atlantic are., Brooklyn, K. Y.
ay Dr. J. C. Aver k Co., I.ow.ll, Uaae.
I aix bottles, S.
BArHKMr-IU CAUBK8 and CURI.br
one wbo wu deaf twenty-elfht years,
''risleo; hvmoitot the noted speoiallsta of
t-e d y with ne benefit. Canes simsslf in
three months, snd tinoe then kindreds of
others by feme process A plain, simple and
snoonsstul borne treatment, A Idrau I.iB.
PAUK.12H KutkWi Kt..V. VwUM.
f3 H a V ' S 2
ro 2 j a t -g a
THK arm of !PBKD i PHILLTPS Is this
a. Arm of JOHN K. bre.D A CO. will oontinue the business at ine same piaoe, r.o.
Front street. KiSP'
Memphis, T.nn., Mar , igftj. J. M. PUILLlPiJ.
N retiring from the Arm of SPIED A PHILLIPS, I oommen the siMors of the old
. arm to tne iooa win or my irienas.
rpUK Arm of SPKED A PHILLIPS having
L solicit their and ear friends for a continuance o psuonsge, guaranteeing inaiaai
bnslnesa entrusted to ns sball be u carefully
Mcnrhl, Tanr... Mar H. 1H.W.
r. . ALBTOS,
ALSTON, CROWELL & CO,
lad CemmUslOB Herchaats. Da, Cora Oats, Bi s a, Cboa Feed, Oil-Meal,
Llia. , tjemeat. Floater, Building' and Fire iSrlcti, Etc.
Cor. Front and Union. 1
J. T. FARQASON. J. A. HUNT. 0. 0.
J. T, FARGAS0N1 CO.
' Trout Street, Hexnpllia, Teno.
Cotton oonilgnsd to us will have ear careful attention. . We carry at all times s well
selected stock oi
Staple & Fancy Groceries, Wiircs, LiquorsTobacco & Cio&rt,
Asid will ecu nm
m m new. sv ss. linarnv X. W. BAILF.T.
Lata of J. ti. Day A Son. Lets of Meaoham
lay, Horton & lailey,
GROCERS & COTTON FACTORS,
360-362 Front St.. Memphis, Tenn.
LUEdBER YARB I
BrinMBT Car W oris - Mannfact' ir Co
j . . -.
YELLOTV PINE : AND OAE LUMBER.
AID DEALKst IM
Doors, Sash, BUals, rese4 Ftoorlar, Ceninr, ireather-Boartlliit
Cypresua ghlnRlta, lstha. Etc
erOur hcllltiea are vninrpaseed by any sawmill In the South for aiilnsordeee PPtJ.
Kloorina. Celling, Biding. Slip LstnWand Orprees bhlnales a speclaltTi also, rrlns
Lumber of all dimensions. We mhe the Wboleeale Business a special feature. Orders
solicited sad promptly filled.
GEO. I1A YHIIaIsEII, AGENT,
No.34 JofPernon Rtrpftt-.
L. 1). MULL1NH, ol lata J. R. Oodwls Co. JA8. YCSttS. laU oi J. W. Caldwell A We
MULLIKS & YONQE,
Cotton Factors Commission Merchants
No. 1 Howard's Bow, Cor. Front and Union, MempWa.
J. F. flOLST &BR0.,
(sccoseeou to a. b. bolst a bbo.
SSO MAIN HT.. KEMPII I
AJTULL ant aeaapUia stoes of Wee4 aaS
M.Ullte Cases and Caskets, Cloth-CoT-ered
Caskets and Burial IUbet always oa
band, aarurdera br telearaDk promptly
BRUWM-NIBON BITTEBNSi BEAT
IT baosDUd Mrs. M. C. Yoekl.r, M em
phls, Tenn., absn troubled witb liv-r dis
urder and indliestion. Kb retards it as s
S'andard fanily medicine.
CURTIS & CO.
817 and 819
N. Second St.
OA WW Ol BOILERS
LOQQERS' & RAFTERS'APPLIANCES
SAWANO PLANINQ MILL SUPPLIES
- WKITK POR CATAIXK9CK. Ct
niow I ROM SIITTEHPl WS)
used with sslutary erTeat la the family
of Mrs. K. W. Edmund, 2t4 Adams strset,
Memphis. Tens, bbe wu eared of nervous
ness and her huwhsnd of tndtsestlon.
Electric Belt Fred
mo Introduce It and obtain aaents we will
X for the next sixty dars sie away, free
of eharn. in each eonntr in tbe U. B. a lim
ited number of our Uernrna Klefra Wai
vanic) Muapvnaory Belle. Prloe t"i: a
Cnsitlve and nnfailin enre for Nerrons De
illty, Varleooele, Kmissions, Impotener,
ete. ISOO.dO Reward paid if erery Belt we
manniaotnre dou not aenerate a sennlne
eleetno enrrent. Address at onoe KLKi;
TKIO BELT AQKNCY, P. IO. Bos yT,
BrnoXlyn. W- Y.
day dissolred by motna consent. The old
. . lunun u.
this day been dlasolrsd by mutual consent, we
looked alter as nereininre.
.Minw iv. nrr.r.i. t
H. H. HAVMT.
Howard's Row. MemphiP.
HEIH. R. A. PARKER. E. L. W00DS0W
& Cotton Factors,
Iw ae (h erei.
A llorton. Lata of Bailey Jr Corlngtos
ar.MH nuil hmm ef
AVERY and MITCHELL
AVERY WALKING CULTIVATORS.
HANDLED and EYE COTTON HOES,
GRAIN CRADLES, GRASS SCYTHES, ETC.
(Or Will paw Good Prices
TI1ASIIY COrTO. of all description. Send for ClrealaP
and Prlej Paid. '
3NT. "VIT. tTir.
75 Vance Street.
kf . 0. PIAKCI.
Cotton Factors & Commission Herch'ts,
No. 270 FRONT STREET, MEMPHIS. TENN.
HILL, FONTAINE & GO.
Cotton Factors and
8O6-S08 Front St., Hempliift, Tenn.
HILL, FONTAINE & CO.
Cotton Factors. Commission Merchants,
TsTo. HO South Slain St.. St. TaouU
A. YACCA3RO & Co
UHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS,
W. A. GAGE & CO.
Wo. 800 Front Street, t Meronbln. Tn.
INHATTAN SAVINGS Bit
AND TRUST COMPANY.
BOAHI3 OF TnUBTHBB.
luniiirw n unit mi) T
Til DMAS BOYTE,
f. H. MILBURN,
JAMES S. ROBLNSON. WM. &ATZEN BEKQEE.
HPDeposiU reoelTed ia sarni of $1 snd
swWeUbny 'and sell loeal Investment Bonds and Securities generally, per tar.es, acta,
trustees, and, in seneral, exeoute any financial bnsinesa requiring a sale and responsible
rf.Dlssne drafts, In soma to salt parenaaera, oa all parts of Bsrope. J
nT w. Bare a oonnnoaions veuitior su. is.pu.it vi twh.whi wmw . w.
oar oustomers, eYrsss ef sjheura;.
D, p, HIDDEN, President, EWD. GOLDSMITH, TlcPrel4e at
JAWES HATHA!, favhlfr.
Cotton Factors, 7holesale Grocers,
IVo. 11 Union Street, t t Memplila.' Tenn.
K9 ""II- KW . I
SiocMsort to POKTEK, TAYLOB C0
oi'jisj ja-tn nrona.
RICUARD A.:McCUBDY. t , I I i J President.
ASSISTS, : ; : : : : $109,000,000
Hssrra4er TIstea,Iai4rsd Peileilsi. lsT.;reerr.ltor.ai.CliSH,oM
las tha War lL
s.-r.m-r. Bin.s93sXXX0rXl. 3VE.3T3.. , , , B3sa,xxxlamsr..
JNO. P. WILKERSON, Agent,
' IVa. 2 Cotton Echwe. Bntldlmr. rrTnnliln.
Grocers & Cotton Factors,
TSm. SOa Main KtrfH. OstTSMsat Rtexlr.
LARGEST UKEWEKY IN AMERICA.
Jos. Scfilitz Broviing Gompanv,
MEMPHIS BRANCH, MMSWJKT:-'
S. ROESCIDuR. Agent, Memphii, Tenn.
n.,M ,B last. SM.OOO Barrelau ft1 r Hsaiskli Brssaeli. 10,M Ke,i .
Fittings and Pipe.
for MOTES, GTX F4XLS aatt
J0HJT U MoCLKLLAB.
J. O. HAKDWIRRKIU
DAVID P. HADDKN,
CJAME8 A, OMBKRtt,
EV, UtL.llP.Tl u a,
upward, aad interest allowed oa asms Eeail-
U. W. MAOBiLE.
r L iJ.