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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL SATURDAY. MAY 22, 185G
SHOT I1I5ISELF IJ A CAB.
SENSATIONAL SUICIDE IX
STBEETS OF PARIS.
rightist an the (.reek Frontier
Proposal Liberal Conferenci
(ieneril Foreig-a Sens,
Ldsdos, May 21. Mr. Gladstone
has decided to convene meeting of
the Liberal party before the debate in
the Houst oi Common! on the home
mle bill is conduced. This will be
done in order to consider the differ
1 , eccea that have arisen coiiMrniog the
1 PARIS TRAGEDV.
eeetleBBl lci4o ef llaekaasl
Paaia, May 18. A domeatic drama
with tragic ending bai jnst made a
(treat ssnsation in the busy quarter of
the Faubourg do Temple. Ou Satar
day merry party met at a bouse in
the Rue 8aint-Maur to celebrate the
marriage of the daughter of a working
tradesman and a respectable clerk.
The bride waa pretty and the bride
groom a steady hard working man.
The young couple seemed deeply in
love with one another, and the mar
riage bid fair to bi a happy one. After
dining hmr:ily the wedding gneeta
had a dance, and about midnight,
when, according to the custom of the
petite bourgooieie of l'aria, the biide
had received the kitties of all present,
she retired with her hualand to her
new home, near by, her father promis
ing ti wake her about 12 o'clock the
At noon precisely the fathor knock
ed at the door of tua nuptial chamber
and invited the young pnpa to come
to dejeuner with him. The husband,
who was apparently in high spirits,
accepted, but asked his wife to go ou
without him, promising that bo would
Time passed, and 1 o'clock struck,
then 2, but yet no eign of the bride
groom, (iettlng alarmed, the wis
and her father went to look for him,
and had just reached bis bouse wlion
a cab drove up, followed by a crowd of
' people. Dreading misfortune, the
bride rushed to the cab and looked lo,
and tfie next moment, uttering a cry
of horror, the fuintod.
On a scat in the cab lay the dead
body of her husband, shot through the
huid. Beside him lay a letter, on
which he had scrawled the following
words: "Iain resolved. I write this
on the Boulevard de Sevastopol. I
bavs hired a cab and hope I shall not
miss mv aim. henry j.
"Kue Saint Maur."
On a separata sheet he bai added :
"Let thorn bury me quickly and cheap
ly and let my mother and father-in-law
break the newt to my mother.
No clew whatever can be discovered
to the tragedy. The widow is beside
herself with despair and hat to be con
stantly watched lett. like her husband
of a day, abe should also commit suicide.
eiMd,but after some minutes the I CAD IV II Til fAlT'IrTCC
Turks suddenly reipened it along tbe I via 1 1 -llil 1 U VvJuULOOs
hole lin. near Nrxero. I ordered
our firing to cese and tbe Turks alga
stopped. At o'clock in the morning
the Talks renewed their firing, tbis
time from artil'ery, from Ka-ia. At tf
o'clock a Turkish company advanced
with tbe purpoee of taking Anslipis a
The Turks areavembling toattack our
position at Nexsrcs. Tney have rap
tured our tost at Bairaktori. This
they succeeded in do Tig by a sudden
rusb. 1 cave onl-red my t'oors to re
occupy other positions. Ail is now
Tbe government baa ordered the
Greek commander to avoid hostilities,
tint if the Tarks are tha rgzrestorathe
Oreeka shall asnms the oDensive.
THE OAH COIMTTEE'S
FORT TO THI TAXISU
KMIesriosulf- Afcaar4- Wasapbls Ca
I ACT! t B a Sharer la a
FroterUr sf a JSeaepaly.
FORE H) If MIsCELLANT.
The Hard .red MlMlaaarlra.
Lo.NDon.May 21. Missionary Hough
ton, who, with hia wife, was mnrdered
by aatives in the river Tanna Oi strict,
East Afiiea, bslonged to tha Methodist
The ('ear's UaarkaUa airmlo.
LoifDon, May 21. Tha remarkable
manifesto issued to the Black fit a fleet
by the Ctar produced temporary
feeling of panic in all tha European
bourses, but this feeling waa soon re
moved by tha subsequent promulga
tion of tha peaceful views of tha new
Government ot Greece.
eeraaaa Beet Kt Sucar Bnay.
Londo, May 21. Tba provisions
relative to tha bounty on exports of
beet root augar in the bill pawed by
tha German Keiohstag yeiterday were
incorrectly stated. Tbe bounty is
fixed at 14 marks from October, 1880,
to November, J 887, and at 17 marks 25
Canada Will lutatala Her Tariff.
Ottawa, May 21. Io tha Home of
Commons yesterday tha Hon. Peter
Mitchell made the following motion :
"That it ia tba opinion of tha Home
that it will conduce t tbe comfort and
well-being' of tbe people of Canada,
especially of the working elarses, if tba
import duties are removed from flour,
meat, corn for feed or milling pur
poses, wheat and coal." The motion
was defeated by a vote of 111) to 47.
Xxaalalea mt Orleans Prlaoee from
Pasis, May 21. IParii, in an in
spired article, disapproves of the ex
pulsion of the Orleans princea from
France and advi ei that the princes,
if guilty of any otlecsc, be punished
like ordinary citizens.
The Republican pnperj are strongly
opposed tJ permitting the Oileaus
princes to rerusin on Freni h territory,
and c mhinein ta'sing tbe cry, "exptl
Tne anniversary of the death of
Gen. Lafayette was obseived to-dsy
by a religious service in the Picpus
chape'. On the sltr waa a magtifi
cent wr a h of natund thwets.tent tiy
many Amirieaus and bearina the in.
acnptioii, "Au Generals Lafavelte ies
Americaus recoiuuisanta, 1834-1888.
right ln a the Ureek rroaiior.
Atkins, May 21. Tbe firing which
oscurred on tbe frontier yettsrday did
not result in any bloodshed. The
Turks opeucd fire from a dietance on
the Greek forces, kept it up a short
time without effect, and then retired.
M. Trieoiipis has formed a new minis
tiy. 11. r siumee provisionally the
olticeaof Minister of War and Alinie
ter of Finance. The other Ministers
are: M. Lombardoe, Minis'er of the
Interior; M. Voulp'otos. Minister of
Justice; M. Manetw.Minirter of Pub
lic Instruction; M. Theokotie, Minis
ter of Marino.-
M. Trkoupis received an ovation
la evening from the populace of
Athens. In an interview he declared
that the policy of the new government
would De one, ot peace. They would
demobilize the army and endeavor to
javtrt the financial crisis threatening
D jjialchea received at the frontier,
j whence they were sent at noon to-day,
: report continued firing between the
Turkish and Greek outposts. Tbe
jTurks are at'emplng to occupy Ata
ilipisis. They have been repulsed at
1'hiotbendra after sevro lighting.
ireeks remain firm in their position.
Thiir infantry are now pnrsuing tbe
-ppulsfd and rttrpa'.ing Turks tear
tbacasius. Greek irtillery has
lest-oyed tlie Turkish earthworks
p;.0i;e Atwlipisis. Tbe Turks who
:rre entrenched at Saltiosibia, are
-.ow ratreatiog tjaard HaKean Melius,
il'he Greeks havo occupied Biirr ktmi
I Maj. Doumriotis has made the fol
'! .wiug report of the fighting on 1I19
' ntier: "While we were clianin
, utiies at Karravitia at 1 o'clcck iliis
; mrning, the Turks opened fire upon
if. We replied. The tiring eon
To tba Editor! of tht Appeal:
We sea from this morning's issue of
your paper tha Gas Commutes made
no report to the board yeattrday. The
propositions from tbo Gui Company
tbrongh their repreaentitive to tbe
committee are to ridiculously abiurd
that we feel it a cublio duty to Drotaet
against its acceptance. The idea of
exclmive privileges in s city tbe eizs
nt Memphis should not be tolerated
lor one moment "it .'s incompatible
with oar lom of government and re
pnlaive to the intelligence of the pres
ent eniigDteneu a." hxpenence
furnishes abundant proof that where
legal monopolies are cria'ed they
manage in some way to oppreas (he
people, however fair the agrtemenlH
with the authorities 111 ty Bee in at the
time of their creation. Suppose tho
City Council should oon'mudate so
riouely giving the exclusive banking
nrivileges of Memphis to one bank, or
the insurance buinesi to one insur
ance company, or to one oil company
the exclusive right to crush csiton
seed in the coponi'e limits for a
email, unoertaln raturn to the city of
a portion of the profits. If the
Council should even canslder
these propofi ions its members
would lie hooted at is born idiots.
And yet, from a businesi (tandpoiut,
mry nra para lei c ises witn trie pro-
post (I agreement which tbe Memphis
Gaslight Compiny is urging on the
uny uonnctl. OI all limoi in the Lis
tory nt the city this would seem leart
pr jpiuous lo make a long and perma
cent contract for gas when two rail
roads are being piigbei ti the c-al
fit Ida of Alabama, and ona r.f the rn uia
ownea ena to be operated by parties
now in poisrsiion ot veit tracts of fine
coal lands lying immediately on tbo
line, wnicn will Ineure coal to Mem
phis at a much lower rate than has
eier bfoa dreamed tf before, and in
ttead of paying two dollars for gas un
der a century contract, we miy get it
for one and one end aquaiter and
tha furnishers make reasonable pro
fits. It can never, ncder any
circumstances, inure t) the city's
benefit to create monocoliea tn
prey npon her citizens in any form
whatever. Competition is the life of
tnde; this is as true ai it is old. Our
oity fathers should make the best ar
rangement with tbe gas company they
fan. but make no contract to last long
er than tbeir own cfiiuial life. If tbe
araogement provis benoflcial their
successors will continue it! if nnr it
ought ti bs changed. c-bbap gas.
FRIDAY'S ROUTINE BO'IXESS 15
Kamber or Bills T a Private Na
ture Passed-Debate in
TUB BOOOI.E BRiaAAC.
W'Hia'a braroi ofth. koodl. bricad.,
KaliaUd losaptura th Trouurr till ;
Uoai, atia la roar aaddlu tor m. invlnm
Aad r "Whoop for tha Rtvu and Hlu
For tho oroeki that no boat over pao,
For tho pool! whoro tho Udpolo dwolii,
e1" lB"l,y morMoi
Filled full of intolerable malli:
For Ue iireaoii where th. bullfrog 00m
plaineth, For Ue harkore do water e'.r fill,
But toy iklffi ride when It raineth :
Come, eharao on Ue Treaiary till I
T m". m1i4, t11"' " we to howlins,
Well terelhor In orderly llnei
On. on, ye brav. Kolihl. 0f hoarolllnf,
the told la thoTreenury ihlnel
On, on, till each nan of ua eollart
Hl bare la the Treainry till t
And tha Hirer and llarbor bill.
DewjJn with th. Bolmani and Ran-
Standing suard at the Treaeury tatea :
Hf.Tf l,m rn f Vandali,
Whom the iwav of a nation awaiu I
It the party and roonomv periih.
Ho only our pnokeU we III ;
And tul In the hone that we rheriih
In tbe River and Harbor Dill.
So, on, fellow Jobbcri, and pligue take th.
Eaoh Ptre m in whom dUtrli-t a tom-cat
Who tuiiifoi hit share of the nlnriouii boodle,
For which It enllited the b;Ulo brlfxie.
Coi.UMiiiA Democrat: The Democratic
Executive Committee of (tiles county
have called a nmss convention to meet
in Pulaski the rlret Monday in June,
tiaeloit delegates to attend the con
vention to mnet at Waynesboro June
30th, to noniina'c candidates for At-tormy-Gmeml,
Circuit Judge and
Nashville Hannrr: The Democratic
Gubernat irial cnudidatis are having a
little respite from newspaper notorie-
., uuw mey are looaing alter the main
ciiaoce alle samee. There seems to be
very little change in the situation and
much still depends npjn tbe action of
b8t lenneee. If that lection cen
ters on a man be will be nominated by
the Stats Convention. The Repub
lican candidateo are also quiescent,
and there is s tort of nebulosity about
the Republican fituation which ad
mits of little di finite opin ou ai to tho
Narbviixb '(im,r: The demsnd for
a nsw Hupreme henth is general
throughout the S ate, but a strong
eSort will be nude by the friends of
certain ct the old judges to secure
their nomina ion by the convention.
A vig rous effort will be made in the
convention to nominate at least one
trom Middle Tennessee. It may be
well to remember that if one of the
old bench Is nominated and elected be
will doubtless ba given the position of
Chief Justice by caurteey of the new
bench. It Is ail impoitant that the
Chief Justice shall be a man of pro
nounced ability and vigor, and it is
esy to name memhers of the present
bench who would be until for the p
Sitioti of Chief Justice. If we want
Rood work done by the beech, we
must be careful not ti have the wrorg
man made Chief Justice. The people
must be on their guard.
xy Are Hot sorry.
There is one thing nobody ever re-
fr,er ,hat ,he day "'OJ fi' dopt.
el 1 arker a Tonic as their regular fam
ily medicine. Its range i. B0 wide
and its good effwts so sure, that noth
mg else, except good nursing, are
needed lu a great majority of cases
tiny it, try it, and afterward it will not
rf)iiire ny praise roru ue.
Wasbiwmw, May 2l.SewiU
Sena'or Biddleberger offered a reeolu
t:o3 providing for the printing of all
papers relative to the nomination of
Matthews at Recorder of Detds tf the
Diitrict of Columbia.
Senator Hoar, Senator Edmunds,
Senator Mil. er and otbeis objected to
tbe reception of the resolution, as be
ing executive busineee, and it wai de
clared net now in order.
Senator Dolph endeavored to secure
tbe setting of a day for the ceoridera
tion of the bill repealing the pie f nip
tion and timber culture act.
Objection! were made by reveral
Senator, among them Seca'or Seweil,
who said he would object to fnrther
special orders till the Fid John Porter
bill was taken np and disposed of. and
that be would ask the Senate to take
up that bill when ths bankruptcy bill
should have been di'p-jsad cf.
On motion of Senator Hrar the
Senate took up the bill providing fcr
chsing tbe business cf tho Court of
After tbe reading cf the maioritv
and minority repcr e and some debate,
tbe bill wss parsed ae it came from the
uonse yeas, L"J; naye, 13.
The urgent defi ier.cv bill heirs c re
ported by Senator Allison from tbe
Commit'ee on Appropriati us, it wai
pa sed withnut debate.
Senator Plumb movt d that the Rsn-
ate insist ou its amendments to tbe
p istoflice appropriation bill.
The Senate rir-eed to the molion.
and the Chair appointed Senators
Plumb. Mahene and Cull as the con
On motion of Senator Blair, the Son-
ro men proceeded to the cotiuidora'
uon 01 mvoraoiv reported nensinn
b l'e s'and ng on the calendar.
Alter tbe nnvnuo of a numhar rf
siuli bills, (Senator Hock sufgebted
that once in a while once in ten
times, or so-it might be well to havo
tbo committee's report bearinn on the
cise read, Jos'. 1 1 show ttia"-. romebody
lied looked at tbe case. J he expres
sion, ' R ad a third time and psssed,"
fava very little information. We bad
two or three votes end several sug
gestions that nobody knew anything
about what was being done. He
(Beck) certainly did net know, and he
oiu not believe any member of the
After some fuither general debat?,
the Sena'e went in'o executive ses
sion, and when the doors were re
opened, adjourned to Monday.
The First Sign
Of falling health, whether in the form of
Mglit Sweats and Xervousneaa, or lu a
sense of General Weariness and Loss ol
Appetite, ahould suggest tne use of Ayer!
Eiu-kaparllla. This preparation la most
effective for giving tone and Btrenjtt
10 ue eniecblcd ayatem, pro mot big- tba
digestion and aoaimilatlon of food, restor
ing tbe nervous forces to tbeir normal
condition, and for purifying, enriching,
ana vitalizing the blood.
Ten years im my health began to fafl.
I waa troubled with a dialreiuuir Congo,
Night Sweat., Weakncee, aud Ncrvoue
nesa. I tried various remedies preecribed
by different phyaiciani, but became so
wear, tnat 1 could not go up stairs wlth
out stopping to reit. My frlenda recoro
menueu me to try Ayer. Bamanarllli
me to try Ayer. Bama
vr aa 1
. L. WiliUma,
Mr. Herbert Ala., from the Com
mittee on Naval Afl'aira, reported the
naval appropriation bill and it was re
ferred to thoommittee of the whole.
The Home then resumed considera
tion of the bill prohibiting the impor
tation of mackerel during the spawn
ing ecu on.
Alter a long deba'e the bill waa
pased-yeas, 120; nays, 80. As
piHHed the bill prohibits for a perl nit
of five years fiom the 1st March, 1887,
the imposition into the United State?.
or the Unding on itsshoree. of mack
erel (except Soanish mackrmll rnnobt
bstwoen tbe 1st of Mirjh and Int. of
Jane each year. The penalty pre
scribed for a violation of the act is the
forfeiture of the mackerel imported or
landed, and if tha vessel violating the
act be a United States vewel, forfeiture
of its licente. Nothing, however, in
the act is to be held to apply to mack
erel caugai ou snore witn book and
line from open row boats leas than
twenty feet keel and tacked in said
On motion of Mr. Morrison III. J the
order setting apart the Saturday ses
sions for general debate wss rescinded,
this action to take effect after to-mor
Tba contideration ot private busi
ness was then proceed with and sev
eral bills report d to dav and nn nr.
vioua Fridays from tha committee of
tne whole weie passed.
Among ine 0111s parsed was one re
moving the charge of desertion from
tne record of iranklia Thompson
aHis Z Eexelye. (Th'sistoe case of
a woman who for two yeara served in
a Mionigan regiment as a loldierwith
ont disclosing her identity.)
Ths House then took a reciss until
1 :30 tbis evening, session to be for the
consideration of pension bills.
strong aa ever. Mrs.
I have used Aver'a fiaraanarllla. In mv
family, for Scrofula, and know, If it
taken faithfully, that It will thoroughly
eradicate tbis torrlble dlaeaie. I have also
prescribed it as a tonic, as well as an alter
ative, anj must aay that I honextlv believe
it to be the bot blood medicine ever
eomXunded. W. . Fowler, 1. D. 8
M. 1., OreenvUle, Tcnu.
It would be Imnos-lblo for mo to de
scribe what I aulfWed from Indigestion
and Headache up to the lime 1 bfnua
taking AVer's Snreapiirilla. I was under
tha care of various physicians and tried
a great nmny kinds of medicines, but
never obtained more tliim teirporary re
lief. After taking Ayer's Sarsnparillu for
a short time, my headache dittippcnred,
and my stomach performed fi duties more
perfectly. To-day mv health is com
pletiily restored. Mary Hurley, Spring"
I have been greatly benefited by tbe
prompt use of Ayer's Sarsaparillu. It
tones und Invigorates ihetystein, regulates
the action of tbe digestive and lutsiiuilative
orpins, and vitalizes tbo blood. It is,
without doubt, tbe most reliable blood
purifier yet discovered. II. V. Johnson.
83 Atlantic ave., Brooklyn, N. Y.
by Ir. J. C. A yer k Co., Lowell, Vaee,
Price SI 1 tit bottlee, 5.
TkEAFMFJtlS-Iti CAUSES and CCRE.by
one who was doaf twenty-eiaht years.
'.rtea lvmoatnf the noted specialists of
tK d y with no benefit. Cdriu hihhslf in
thre months, and sinoe then hundrodsof
others by -iime procena A plain, aiinpleand
snoo-svtul home treatuanrit. A idroita T.iB.
PAK.1VJIK..HWH Kt..N. V,v !.
J. F. HOLST &BR0.,
(SDOCSBSOBS TO Q. H. HOLST A BBO.
820 MAI1V ST.. MKSIWI
A FULL and eomplete stork of Wood and
XX. MtUllie Cases and Cukeu, Oloth-Cov-
erea vuieu ana nana! Kobes always os
' ewr-uroers sy uiearana promptly
HH(iwk irov Hi-rrr.Kw i ihio
" Wr. Godfrey 0. Kabler, 412 Main street,
Memiihls, Tens. .of dyepepsia wben all other
meaicines were iowriaiia ia raitavA it. 11
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wood-workinq MACH INERY
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WHITE FOR CATALOGUE. -t
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rpO Introduce it ind obuln innti w will
A for the next sixty days aive away, free
of charge, in each oounty in the U. ti. a lim
ited nnmberof ourUrrmnn Klmilra'SJal-
vame piupenry Hells. Price $5: a
Cnsitive and unfailinr euro for Nervons De
ility. Varicocele, Emissions, Imontencr.
eu. S500.(i0 Reward paid if erery Belt we
mann aotura does not generate a genuine
eleetrio current. Addresa at once ELKC-
xniu jiisiji' AUtUi, r. ;o. Box 1X7),
11SOW fi'H I KN BITTERN Strength-
ened Mr. E. M. Thompson. 316 Madiunn
street, Memphis. Tenn., when feeling weak
ami in neea 01 a ionic, ana wonderfully im
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Dissolution KT otice.
THE firm of PPERD A PHILLIPS is this day dissolved by mutual
firm of JOHN K. bPKhD ft CO. will continue the business at the
x root eireoi.
Wcmihu, T?nn., May 6, 188ii.
consent. Tha old
lAtne nlune. Nn.
JUMIM K. HfKKU.
J. M. PHILLIPS.
SKIN, SCALP. BLOOD
Cleansed, Purified and Beautified bj
the Cntleura Itemr-dics.
For cleansing the Skin end Sculp 0
uiiui iiu iiiura. ir mi
in ar and Inflammation
ivmntnmiiir It i - . i
hcald Head, Semlula, and other Inherited
pain and Blood Iineaee, Cutici'sa, the
great Skin Cure, and Cutktra Soat, an ex
quinlte jkin Beautiner, externally, and Cu
u i'A Rnii.YeT,, the new Blood I'uriAer.
internally, are Infallible. '
A t OMPl.KTE riRE,
I hare lujor.d sll mr lire with skin dls
eaee or different kinds end bsve never
round permanent relief, until, by the advioe
of a lady trend, I ured your valuable Ci'Ti
n;sA Hknsdiks. 1 save them a thorouih
trial, uning aix bottloi of the CuTii-naa Ka-soM-sxT,
two boxes of Cutii-usa, and aeven
pekos of Certmiaa 8oAr, and the renult waa
jutt whet I had been told It would be a
BELLE WADE, Riohraond, Va. .
Referenoe-(i. W. Latimer, Uruggint, 809
. Marshall st . Richmond, Va.
HALT itnr.u I RKI.
I wan trnuhleil wits H.i n. - -
her of years to that the ikia entiroly came
olf one of my hamti from the (Inaer ta to
i irit-u remeaiei and
the wrist. I tried remediei
prescriptions to no purpose until I
penced Uking Ci'Tictsa RaasniKs, and now
I am entirely cured. K. X. PARKKH,
iit)?iorthainpton St., Boston, Mass.
ru-nixe, ni ai.t, pi h ply.
For the last year I have had a scios of
itching, scaly, and pimply humors on my
face, to which I hare applied a great many
methods of treatment without soooess, and
wbicb wai speedily and entirely curfd by
CuTircnA. Mas. ISAAC PrlELPS.
- Ravena, 0.
CuTioea Rsusmae sre sold everywhere.
Price: Ci'TicrsA. ftOe: Rioi.viaT, II; Soar,
JV. Prapsrtd by the 1'oTTse Daua aa
Chioal Co., Boston, Mete.
Read for -Haw le t ssre) Hklai Dla.
, i Kh rmr.
Skin Blemtsha mvnl
Humors cured by Cm-
I wFK and
IjSMk'llness across the Kidneys,
JI 0 Jhiwtlng Pins tbrongh the Loins,
Um, I I'terine Pains, Lack of Str-ngth
4 t 1 and Activity, instantly relieved
r 00 sneedilv cured by the C1.T1
rr Akt-.Pui Pi ,ti Atdrocist. 2V.
lKMkl.T l'lir.B- Aii..tmnl I...1..T...T1 "
"tV''. c. having tried In vain erari Vnowo
?i Ji" '."""ervd a.lmplem.aMofiilf-OT
f ROVk K'N 1R HITTKRM CAt'SF.D
1 v Lh tyll. which troub d Mrs.
JohnR j ,n. H Hill street. Memphis
Isnn., (ornesrly three years, to speidily
fl'-teinS'tr it ,'"e,r''r lv''S all af-
IN retiring from the firm of 8PFED k PHILLIPS, I oommea, tbe successors of tbe old
Srin to the good will of aiy friends. J. M. PlilLLIPtf.
CHANGE OF FIRM.
TUB Arm of SPEED k PHILLIPS having this day been dissolved by mutual consent, wi
solicit their and our friends for a oontinnanoe o' patronage, guaranteeing tfaatal
business entrusted to ns shall be as carefully looked after as heretofore.
Memphis, Tenn., May 8. IHXrl. JOHN K. SPEED A CO.
p. a. aum,
H. H. MATJBT.
ALSTON, CROWELL & CO.
lad Commlaslon Merchants, flay, Cora Oats, Bi as, Chop Feed, OIl-UeaL,
Llw, Cement, Plaster, Building- and Fire Brlca, Etc.
Cor. Front and Union, 1 Howard's Row. Mem phi p.
J. T. FARQASON. J. A. HUNT. C. 0. HEIS. R. A. PARKER. B. h.
J, T. FARGASON & CO.
Wholesale Grocers & Cotton Facte,
SS9 Frmt Street, MempMa, Ten a.
Cotton consigned to us will bare our careful attention. We carry at all times a well
selected stock ot
Staple & Fancy Groceries, Winas, Llquorsjcbacco & Cigm
e.vtil erl.l !. h T,r w im trisi I.owstet.
J. N. IAT.
Late of J.B. Day it Son.
W. . HORTO,
Lata of Meacham A Uorton.
J. W. B. II.F.T.
Lata of Bailey A Covingtol
lay, Morton & Bailey
AVERY and MITCHELL COTTON SCRAPERS,
AVERY WALKING CULTIVATORS,
HANDLED and EYE COTTON HOES,
GRAIN CRADLES, GRASS SCYTHES, ETC.
Pumps, Machinery Fittings and Pipe.
ltTWill paj Good
Prices fori MOTES, GEf FALLS stasl
of all descriptions. Send for Clrsrolar
j and Price Paid.'
75 Vaiiee Strewt. Memphis. Tenn.
M. 0. PEARCK.
JOHN L. MoCLKLLAH.
Cotton Factcrs & Commission Herch'te,
No. 27fl ERONT STREET, MEMPHIS. .TENN.
ftuiw-wrh n.--ar..-il ttBM.;Mjnw1se"H(M-a
" a nn
Cotton Factors and Wholesale Grocers
S0$-2S JFront St., Memphl, Tenn.
LL, FONTAINE & 00.
Cotton Factors, Commission erchsnh,
Wo. 1IG Won til Main St.. St. Louli.
A. YACCAKO & Co
WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS,
W. A. GAGE & CO.
Wo. SOO Front Street. : 3fnnzl... T?nti.
TTM lliS Bill
AND TRUST COMPANY.
liUUia HAM AU KM. j
Lazarus i.evy. t. h. Mn.miRV
ikTi.n.nf ti t. it i; Tin m . ........ .
Anun.n n iv n n n. I . mil. itiii.m. .in . m .
JAM 9 8. K0BLM80N, WM. KATZKNBKRQKR.
Deposits reoelved la soma of $1 and upward, and interest allowed on Sam Sea
s u a Ul IT m
" W bay and tall loosj Investment Bonds and Securities cenetally, pay Uzes, set aa
uu.m. .urn m aeaerait .xoouie any nnanoiai osMiness requiring a sale ana responsible
J. . HANDWERKES.
DAVID P. HADDEN,
;JAME8 A. OMBBKS,
sr We have a oommodious Vault for Ue deposit el valuables, whiea is at tha terries) et
vur ouiMfineri sra-ww wi SHarajv. ,
D. P. AMDDE5, Presldeat.
EWD. BOLOSMITH. Tice-Prealdeat
HATH AN. Caalllpr.
Cotton Factors. Wholesale Grocers,
Wo. 11 Union Street. : : Blemnhia. Tettm.
U. W. JHAOUAJB.
Ssccessors to P0ETEK, FATL0B ft C0n
jvn. too rwowT rtbtct,
GROCERS & COTTON FACTORS,
360-362 Front St., Memphis, Tenn.
LUMBER YARD !
Brffley Car Works Mannfact'ff Co
llrlukley. Ark., MaunfUoturers l
YELLOW PINE AND OAK LUMBER.
AID DEALERS IH
Doors, Sash, BllnJ?, Drrssed Floorlnir, OIHns-, Wrather-Boardiai
lypreiw rsuinRiew, trains no.
aw Our facilities are nnsnmusedky any sawmill in the South for fll.lni orders prnmntl
innr oiaina, btep uumnerana vvpress oninaies a speeiauv; also, cramlns
all dimensions. Wi make the Wholesale Business a special feature. Orders
eolicited ana rrouiptiy Dlled.
GEO. ISAYHILsIaOElt, AGENT,
No. '124 JefPeraot Strict Memphis TenneR!)ie.
L. D. MULLINS, ol late J. B. Godwin k Co. J AS. TONOR. late ol J. W. Caldwell k Oa
MULLINS & YONQE,
Cotton Factors Commission erchanh
No. 1 lloward'g Bow Ck)r. Front and Union, Memphlfj,
TI MUTUAL LI 1. CO.
IlIt'IIARD A.'MeCDRDY, i : : j : President.
ASSETS, : : : : :
8nrradr Talaeajlnitonsed nn Pollrlea.
I tha World.
LXjXJSC. BRSKINB, 3VE.X
JNO. F. WILKBRSON, Agent,
No. 3 Cotton KTOhniige Ttnlldlntr. IvfemishlH.
KELLY, ROPER & REILLY,
Grocers & Cotton Factors,
Vo. SJa Main St reset, flaToaa Blook.
LARGEST BREWERY IN AMERICA.
Jos, Schlitz Brewing Gompany,
Offie and Bottllnc Work a, salt Vsjlsjie
sir ax! muu BMBoeiMsorsasusiSk Aacild sa
S. HOESCHHR. Agent, Memphis, Tenn.
SjUsjs ! 1899, a,00 Bamls NstlM of Msnapnts Braaek, 100,044 Kftsl
8Us la 1M4, 3O,OO0 Uoxreta.