MEMPHIS' DAILY APPEALTUESDAY,', MAY 25, 1SSG.
TflE CHICAGO ANARCHISTS
or. rniVII 1 T ' T V
X General Connplracj 1o Born and
Pillage the City Capt.
Si haatV'i Testimony.
Chicago, In., May 24.-A morng
Vjaper published yesterday what rur
porta to be the testimony of Capt.
Schacli before the grand jury On Sat
urday in relation to the instigJiters of
the recent HaytfUrket slaughter. This
testimony, us printed is seuwitional in
the extreme, tut not intredirle, and
it is anticipated that the developments
of the next few dn-9 will prove the
truth of much of it Capt. Schaclt is
mid to have told the jury the follow
ing facts, resulting from tbe investiga
tions of the poire department He
had witnesses to prove that the pris
oner Lingu had manufactured a num
ber of dvnam te bombs 1 om material
obtained at theollie of the Arbiter
Xtxtung. Three persons were associ
ated with I-injrg, one of whom ws
under arrest. .
Tbe second section of tee Cp ain a
testimony, it ii said, was Jimeurd ti
with breath'iets silence. ''I think,"
giid Scback. ' that I have bo' t'J
bottim of this business. In a couple .
of days I will have it all, but I want a
little more limn. Tben I taa prove
beyond a doubt that this Anarchist
OLspiia'y hi!8x;sN'.d tern for yea's.
Toereare two divisions of it; one is
an agitating 8 atin. M-ney is. stt
apart for i-s vu-pessp. This is called
the Bocialift section. Besides this
there is an armed pan y an Anarchist
eect'OD. These drill and ara trained
in the use of explosives. I think I
r.m prove that there was a well-laid
piaa to sick f nd bnn dutricts in Chi
cago on May 4th. It would Lave been
canied out, but the Ana-chis's lacked
the nerve, and weie unprepared for
the vigorous at'on of the policf. Men
were told t II to stt fire to cm Uin hou' ei
int.hn Nur'hwettern port;oti of tiie
p tv. and o'.heis were told nil to throw
bombs at the meeting if the pnlice
nt'Amntnd to diDOrse it. I think I
can ccnoect every rrati of the S.irial
is's now in jail with tiis- Th houses
to be burned in the Noithwestera sec
tion of the city were to. te eelee'e 1
indiscriminately. The purpose of th
burning was to attract the attention of
tie pol.ee to that section and to draw
them away from the main points of
attack the Havmarket itiare and
the police station. The early disper
sal of the crowd in the square, the
premature throwing of the tomb, for
it was premature, and tin dot' rmined
resistance of the police frightened the
would-be incendia-ies and those who
were to a'tack the police banacks in
A juror asked whero the witnesses
to prove this conspiracy were?
"In the lock-up of the polico st
tion," b'chack lep ied. "I can pro
duce as many of them before the
grand jury as may be deemed wise
and necessary. They have confessed
their roinp icity to me. I hive ex
plained to the State's attorney, and I
am acting under his instructions."
ANOTHER ilia PYNAWITB FIN P.
Kver since the night of the riota and
the day following, when the search of
houses was commenced, the police of
the West North avenue station (and
residents of the district have been
finding bits of dynamite, of gas-pipe
cartridges and rifle cartridges in
houses on the prairie, and under the
sidewalks in their immediate vicinity.
A little over a week ago a number of
dvnamite cartridges, wrapped up in a
piece of oilcloth, were found under a
sidewalk. Next, a hoy on Quaid ave
nue found some rifle cartridges, and
two days after this another boy took
to bis mother for hrr inspection some
tiftv rnnnila that, lie hail nicked UP on
a prairie. Yesterday eome small boys
wir nlnvini? ball on Kober street,
near the old Chicago and J'acific rail
way, or Bloomingdalu track, when the
ball went into a gutter and under the
sidewalk. A boy had to crawl under,
and while looking for his ball, found
a piece of gas pipe, and
reported more where that came
from. He told his fa her. and the po
lice were notified. They searched
and found under the sidewalk on the
east side of Kober street, and less than
two feet south of the railroad track,
that a small hole had been scraped
out. In this holo were thi ty-ono
pieces of ga?-pipe, one and one-quarter
inches in diameter and one to ten
inches long, wrapped up in a piece of
oil cloth. Of these, thirty were loaded
.with dvnsmite, being stopped at the
end with rourd blocks of wood. A
f use about eiirht inches in length was
attached to each and al1, ready for im
mediate use. Tbe last pwe of pipe
was not loaded, but eeeined to have
been verv recent. y cut, as the oil was
still on its end. In the hole was also
found two boxes of dynamite caps and
a four-quart tin-dipper pail containing
a largo quantryoi luse, Bome wunr
proof and some common. The er
plosive outfit was taken to the Chi
cago avenue station. The gas-pipe
cartridges were exactly similar to those
captured by Cant. bcacK :a ia) -is
T.inmj's house. It is believed that the
stuff waa placed there by same of the
Anarchists who lived in the neighbor
hood, and who feared that their houses
mizht be searched. It is evident that
the one placing it there desired to use
it again from the care wnh wnicn
oi this plrce. Tbe youngest child
waa taken to a neighbor'! house early
in the inominir, where it was to be
chrs'-er.ed. During the parents ab
B9DC the thne other children, who
bad een left at home, got bold of the
oil ran and poured ita contents into
th grata. The fire communicated to
tbe contents of the can, which ex
V'loied and enveloped the children in
Hirnm.. hurnina their clothes from
their bodies and literally roasting two
of them alive. The ttird was aleo to
tirrihlv bumfd that it is thought it
ill Hia. Wheu assis'auce arrived it
was tco late to rave the children.
THE WHEAT CROP.
TfEEELI SCM1ABT QF THE
The Prospects la Tranfisw,
tack; aad Mlssoari Very Encoor-
aglnif-Aa Early naret.
Preparing to Th Han
New Yokk, May 24. Mr. Parnell
and his followers ara indebted to their
B,it,tinr.fiH in America fcr many eub-
s'sn'ial tvidences ot strong fcympathy,
end now the Amciican ci ntingetit of
iho ivalitii is Dretmrintf to take a
hand in' the contest, incited to action
by the frequent puhl c duiuons! rations
of approval of Gladstone misurts
'a ely made by tbe Nationalist element
in ton United States. Those who claim
,i, niHtfir district 88 tbeir b r.h plae,
or who have relieves or friends tbore,
taken steps to mak known to
i,o nnnl in the North of Ireland that
tiey havesympathizsisin thiacountry
t 0 that they may iook lomera iormu
ia cane it shall bd requirei. ua mj
a-v. tViV, (irnrt T.nilve of Oransemeu
tha fi-iit r.f New York met in Os-
mi TUaT JaWJ rURE Dp
NEURALGIA, RHEUMATISM and I
TOSi A 1 . ,.r.MliK- of the To-n . r Kri.n.liv
, mtmiMwri. after tMtmc it, i
ultnl oil nnfc'-'i 1
ego and posn-d reolutions censuring
lailatnne. denouncing 1'arnell, and
ofiVring Bssietance to tne ant:-iaiiou-alists.'Giaod
Master William H. Ken
nedy, ol tais city, sent tne loiiowmg
cable denatch to William Johnson,
nnmher of Honth Belfast to Parlia-
'Th GrAnd Lodce of New Y'oik
nrntBHta ncainst Painsll, Glads:one
and c mpajy'a heme rule bill
., '..oin tn I.nval Hts? K'Uly 1
Tj tuis came the snswer: "Many
ll.., L-g Jnlirflin will Wlite
The letter indicated in the dispatch
IB UTTkPI' tail noun and will te read at
the text meet ng of the State Grard
I.ni1tf. tn he held in TrtvonJuueS h,
when it is expected that beiwesn 600
and liflO delegates will be present fiotn
nil rRrti of the couatrc. and that
III.. Mav 24. Thaf illow-
ing rroj summary will appear in this
week's issue of the Farmer' Jltrtev:
The crop bulletins from tlio spring
and winter wheat belts east of the
Kooky mountains show no special
change from that of last week btyond
the fact that serious damage is report.
d by chinch bugs in portions of Kan-
sa and cHiuinern Illinois.
In Bond, Hamilton' ami Mcliiami
counties, in Southern liunos, uie
ravages by these insects is eiaieu u ue
mite sious, ana tne general uui:u;u
in that part of tha Mate is not as
promising as one montn ago.
In jonnson ami msim, omum -r,
Kansas, the Hess an fly and chinch
bug are reported to be causing great
injury in tne neiua mum rai
In Allen and yaudotte cotiniM's,
in Ohio, the presence of grasshoppers
is no ed, but not yet in such numbers
as to occasion any serious damage.
Repor a of damage to tne growing
grain by heavy raiu-sto ins come trom
poaions ol unio, ioa unu iin
The reports from Dakota and Minne-
s .ta as to the spring wheat prospects
are of a most encouraging character.
The plant is growing nicely, and the
conditions ar an iavorauie ir a
stand. In Nebraska the small grains
are just beginning to show, and are
The reports trom nwn euimui-i-
eighteen counties, and the prospects,
both as to wheat and corn cont nue
vo, v minil. The re jorts lroni inuiana
re all of a favorable tenor. It is do-
nloro.l in n ireneial way that a liner
v"v.... : ' i..,i.i.
irrontli ol veiretaiion hb 'i"""j
known in the State at
thia BiMison of the vear.
In Missouri, Kentticy an l lennes-
DOi) tlm harvest wi.l beiriil folly tell
davs earlier than usual, llw wneai
in tii. his of the three Ma es is re-
- , ,lH'ltlU .UK." . u. vw n.v-
Inland vhw it haa hmn uvea ux-a ut a tu- r,,,,. nip.U:i. u.l ;iU-m M.M-..WK1W1-obl
ivnirtiy by ttio ntiv-, muui.- AUTaai Coixa. M IV. St. Utiw. Mk
attve pruponica bum- im .
. aim in-
IV H. (M.THlMrH. M 1 . Furtoir. IB.
It contains no Opium or Morphlnofnr nni .r a hpfr b ttlr n5u
VOH KO K BY Ala. I'm i.uim. r . v.-.. .
A, A. WIELLIEB. frd PXHIX.. KIK nrt 711 WAMUM.IX.H -r
THE LIYERMORE FOUNDRY AND MACHINE COMPANY
FOUNDRY & MACHINE UETjT, !GOtol74 Adama St,MempbI.
a.w.u.. fniiuVJo J"-
Urlt- Mills. T yVW-5.-----t- SL WaalioM
j- i m i ' ' "
Hark. " " M mj
IKON & IU1LWAY Sl lTLY I)El"T, 22G and 238 Secoad St.
tSuwwuom in thin !M.nrtmnt to JOHN MAN00CK.)
.-Wrlla si lor infiiruiiin on a l inmniriipi.
And Commission Merchants,
nnil 22 Front Mf.. Mimlii. Ten..
.. . f f .
t : . . - si
l-- -r.d."-,-.T ' ; iJ. k . --r fiv TV'. - 5-
' 11 nit-ii 1 '-r 1 in -
R. G. CRAIG & C0.,390nion st.,Hemphis
measures will be formulatjd for giving ported to be heading out finely.
-oyansia. 1 ine wneai prospei is m ."
ellectine assistance to the I-i
Iry Weallier Aluruilnn tbe Plnnlera
A "Itlnlow r"IIVBi" i-r-
ol.,.- no im nrovement over former re
ports The prospects are not good :or
anvthing more than a fair average.
AW A PI.HIIIIl-MIia BifMAED.
Doors, SasU, Blinds, Molding, Lumber,
Lath and tfhlngles, Flooring Ceilint? aud Cedar Post
B. WITZMALOJ I Co
Uholwle leIer nud I'ablialier,
(SWCCIJNRI TO MEAt HAM HORrON)
Chicago Anarchist Arrted.
St. Ix)t'is, Mo., May 24 The Anar
chists F. II Bergemann, Martin Frank,
Otto Frieckeand Uottlieb Jahoe.fsslty,
for whom warrants were issued Satur
day, were arrested yesterday and jail
ed, to await trial on the charge of
having introduced and urged the
adoption of, at an cnlawful assem
blage, resolutions indorsing the ac
tions of the Anarchists. during the hay
market not in Chicago. It had been
stated pKvious to the'r arrest by a
detective, win was working on the
case, that these men fenew more
concerning the herealut8 of the
noted Chicago agitator, l'trsons, thaa
they cared to reveal. Tlio detective
Mates that te knows positively that
l'arsons passed through a bib all t wn
in northern Kansas son after the riot
with tbe intention of escaping to
Canada, but wag obliged to change h's
-course on account of thx-serious delay
to travel by washouts on the rai;1 roads
and started for the fr'outh, passing
through this city on the way and con
ferring with his brethren while lire.
Jf this Bhould prove to be the truth of
the matter, the arrests made here to
day are important, and tend to sub
stantiate the statement telegraphed
from Florida that Parsons tad been
seen there, presumably on his way to
icnRiiiiKPomiisci or thi ArrKiL.l
Lohokk, Akk., May 23.-The dry
ootliiT is alarmim? the planters
manv of whr.m need rain very much.
1 f.r who were late are badly left, as
their cotton is not yet up and won't
come till it does lain. A g-od shower
fell in a few places during tne ween,
bat it was not general and only a good
ohnivernt heat. Strawberries are said
r, 1,1. cut. otr bv the drouirht. The
crop wa? poor at'best, but is now al
most worthless. 1 hey won t pay ex-
nnnatfl to St. Louis anil are selling on
the street at $1 per crate (twenty-four
boxes.) , , , , ,
A OTwit ea ot va name improve
mont nn tlm streets is beine done by
our new Town Council, and we stia i
soon present a handsomo appearance
in 1 nun. nni a eoou ueHi ui unciw
u,rrk is mil ill? un in a snori lime.
W e hail an enieruunmeiu uy uro
ladies of the Presbyterian clmrcti
ilnrinir the week that was novel to
most of us a "rainbow festival,"
m-liw-h was a mairnincont auair. jr.
u criven on the beautiful lawns of
Mr Mi-fjimrhlin and Mayor Wither
spoon, and all the ladies of the town
auaiotpH them, with the determination
thnt. it, should be a success, and their
most sanguine expectations were tuny
realized. Everybody went ana en
joyed themselvei to their heart's con-
tent, ana tne goou iuuies pmimcu
J . , ... i :m
Mr li. M. uean, a oepiuy Ninm
from Capo Girardeau, Mo., came down
and stole the hopes and uride of sev
eral young men of this city, and be
came a son-in-law to the suhool board.
He compromised bv leaving his good
lady with us until the present session
of the school clones, and we yield with
tears to the inevitable.
The first session of court nas oeen
held in the new court bouse and our
trials in miser are at an ena.
Fishing is hne now, ana our tow n
is sometimes a truly deserted village.
Everybody here is fond of Ushing.
A Mew Comet.
KochksteR, N. Y., May 24. Prof
W. R. Broiks of. Phelps, N. Y.,repoU
to tbe Warner Obsf rvatory here the
discovery of a new comet It is large
but faint. Its position is as ronows:
Right ascension, 11, 51'. 15": rinht
declination, north, 8 55', 15". Dr.
Lewis Swift says: "As this is not an
expf ctsd come, unless it is the O d
bois comet of 1815, which ii expected
about this time, Prof. Brooks is en
titled to another comet prists of flOO.
TtHrar six comets now visible, in
cluding Encke's pet iodic comet, which
I had the good f Jttuue to discover last
evening. It waa to excevively faint
ihat I have no feirj that U has been
olMttViere. thontrh a very large tele-
-8 :ope has been searching for it."
Murdered by Kearo niwpemtU.
Louisville, Ky., May 24. Mes a
Dawrton, a drunken colored tough, le-
fue1 to nav his fare on the Owens
hnrn And Nashville road last nitihtand
was e jee'ei by the combined tflbrts of
Conductor Tnomson and the passen
gers nar Raiellville, Ky. As the
irAin moved off Dav.sen jumped on
tbe platform and begin fiiini? til re
volver thioneh the crowded coai'h.
Rnvnn nhcU ere fireiL and A.G. Clin
inn. a farmer, leneived three of them,
beinr fatally wounded. All the others
st nii'k the seats and id no damage,
T)wFcn waa caotured and taken t3
fail. There ia mush indignation and
gome talk of lynctmg.
MOST PERFECT. MADE
Vanilla. Lrmon. Orn. Almnml. Ro. CUC,
flivor n drliwiely and naturally H
PRICE BAKING POWDER CO.,
been ud by Mr.
Ill II I KH HAN
M,.r Hill. 2S6 Lin
a.n irBt. Momiihli,Tenn.,lornorirquui
an J malaria with great benafit. Bbe calli
mnwialW vnlmih'B fo'' nnma una.
II KB BENT FRIEND!
Jl DR. J. BRADFIELD'S
1 E3IALE ItEGULATO
Old Sfmul. Xo. 0 Union St., Memphis.
Cotton Factors, Wholesale Grocers,
Wo. 3M Front nirt. t tkmimhmm. -imn.
Bolt AtanU lollowlnf irim-uiai inirnmu-
r ami MTiaDO
. .... . m .. mi n UViUE A
OltOAAH- VAUt, lirl l AUK OIM.AN.
Mr A NEW T-OCTAVE PIANO FOR two.tm
Writ for (Talalow-. W .! "' M N ttlKU NT.. Blf lWriU
ANDREW 8TEWART, New Orleana. ANDREW . OWYNNE, Mw
JOHN . HANDLE & CO., TROPh'S,
3 m n 1 . m
RO.S50 AXD FKONT CTKKirT, MK.ISFniS.IESIM
STEWART BROTHERS & COSIPAHY
COTIXIN FACTORS AM) COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
ADLEE BRO. &C0..261 MMN ST
MANUFACTURERS AND DKALKR8 IN
VaiglueN, IIollei-M, NUWUIIUM,
Itrndford Corn mid U'heat 7)lU
i'otlon Vrem, Motion 4in".
NlinniiiR, Pulleys, ,i .
KPI.CIAL MOrll'K W are prf pared to till ordart.
on . . notio. for tha c.l.. rat.d Mlr. aloni
Wronr, ... Pnll. Wo carry in itock ovar
Two Hundred Aanorteil . it. a,
a nd fnr Cnt.loum ."d PrW-H.t.
J. A. BAILEY
U. . WITT.
J, A, BAILEY & CO,,
Thii fninona remedy mot harrily meati
thedt-mandof the aire for woman peouliar
and multiform affliction!. It n a rome'ly
"(WOMAN ONLY, and for one SHKolAL
CLASS of her dveaae. It la a ni.ooifio for
oertain dineaaed conditions of the womb,
and propoea to 0 oontrol the Menatruiil
Vunntion in to regulate all the derange
ment! and irregulantiea of W oman
Its proprietori claim for H no other medical
property; and to doubt the faol that tlm
inedieine doef positively poasem auch con
trolling and regu.ating power ia "imply
to discredit the yolunUry icetpoony of tbou
sands ot living witnesen who are to-day
eaulting tn tna robtorauou 10 auuuu
is strictly a vegetable compound, and Is the
product of DjeUical science and practical ex
perience direoted toward tne oenoni ox
M FFEKI.Vtl WOMAK1
It is the studied prescription 01 if"
physician, whose specialty was WOMAN,
and whose fame heoaine enviable and hound
leM because ol his wonderful eucoens in the
treatment and cure of female
TUB KK01.LATUR is the tiRANUtihr
Kt vlbLii Known, uu riuui ''
Woman's Best 1 wend
Because it controls a class of functions tbe
various derangements 01 which cause more
ill health than all other causos combined,
i . . . V,.- ,nm & IllTl O train bl
ana wh "".'"TiT. U:. ,.-.-.l
aftlictions wnion soreiy oniunwr
prematurely end her exuUince. Oh, what a
: i. nf livinir witnesses can testily to
it. rhiirmini effects 1 Woma, take to your
PKM IOCS BOOS OF HEALTH I
ti ii, tnn nf nearlT all the com
plain's reculiar to your hi. Kely upon II
as your sateguard for health, happiness and
'"SSldby all droggisU. Send for onr treat
ise on the Health and Happiness of Woman,
mailed free, which gives all particulars.
" THB BHADFIKtD RKnbLATOK 00.
Box 2H, Atlanta, Ua.
TiTTsnnRa, Ta., May 24. A Mount
rifaant (P.) rpccial nays: Intelli
g"nee ha9 jus', bte.i raceiv.d here of B
hparf.Tpndini? aciidiuit which hap
pened yesterday m'irninR to tlm-9
rhildren n( Michael Fr-ehan, a minfr, .
wLo rtsides at Mover's works, gouih j
Attemivlexl Wlfo Harder ! NalclrtP
KnuiNr.iriKi.D. Mo.. Mav 24. Jobu
PnaotlL an emulove in tbe St. Louis
and .Sin Frnoc'ico railioed thopa in
while t"mDorarily inane,
.immniml to kill bis wife and child
rarly this uiominc by cnltinp! their
th out?. He cut his wife frightfully
but ate escaped aud gava tbe alarm
ani when the neighbors arrived at the
house found tli9 wotld-be murderer
rtPtd on the (1 x,r with a bullet in his
brain. Mrs. Rustell and her c!-ii I may
4 bvmlrnl Works Knrned.
Puir triELFUiA. Pa.. Mav 24 A fire
hroke out this rcorninsat Hamsun's
Cbemiia' Works, Thirtynix-.h etreet
and iry's furry road, and the larpjt
building of the worka was ccmpleWily
dettroytd. The loas is very bp&y
but cannot at present be estimated.
KroM'D Emnlaloai of Par
Cod liver Oil, with HynoplioFpfiites,
in Ctinsumption and Wast ng U s-t-ascs.
Lr. C. W. liarriner, Pitts
burg Fa., flaye: "I think your Emul
sion of Cod Liver Oil is a very tine
preparation, and nils a lon-lelt want.
It L very useful in consump:ion aud
30 Necond Wlrect, MempHIs.
Muni ion noMPLRTR STOCK OF PLUMBKRS. O AS ANI TKAM rl 1 1 Ktt
Material.. 1'iPnP'. ITiv Wells, tron . Lend and 'tone
' Pipe. ' riv''ire., (jlnbe., Klc
a. VI. T0ML1N. WM. BKNJE8.
NEW CARRIAGE FIRM.
Tomlin & Beujes,
170 Main St., Memphis.
Offer special Inducements In Open Buggies
of our own make, at ( Top lluggies ol
..... n.n make, at lll. All work war-
ranted. Call bolore you buy.
a- Having disposed of our entire stock ol
Vehicles and the ManufanturinB Um'rt.
ment to M.sir.. TOMLIN A HKJhrf, we
i ...k ... them a continuance ot the
pa.ronage so long extended to us.
PABHMOK A HARHWAHK COMPANY,
SLEDGE BROS., of Uonto Mlas. F. M. K0KFLEET, Resident Partner.
llHlTB i" W" S
fX. 3B5 Front Street ...Memphis TennMllM
KRO ft XN IKON BITTtKS trOKth
I V4-- V U Thnmmon. 'AG MudllHiI
oliru nil'-" -
ctrot. Momphis. Tenn.t wh
and in need of atonic,
and wonderfully iui-
WHBOR'3 COMPOUND OP
PURE COD LIVER
, OIL AND LIME, j
ToOasand All -Ar yon rTrrlnc
from a Cough, Cold, Asthma, Bronchitis, or
any of the various pulmon.ry troubles that
so often end in t'oosamption It so. ne
Wilbor'i Pare Cod-Lnr Oil aad Lime, a
safe and enre reneoy. This is no Quack
preparntion, but regularly prefTibed hy
the mcd cal lacul'y. Wannfactured onlv by
. B. Wii.r.ie, CUeuiiist, Buston. fioid by
all drueeists. ,
C .I-'.;IhieId and 8prao-
re r, .'exual tSyiUntt
Vitrirorete and loBto.'
nlret U-d powori
let free. All
ori' rs mtiM be Pent to AmrrlcAD Jil wan
all nor We-lrn offiri Rre dlwrontlwotw.
IKON HITTf KH (O.n-
Pi I trnol. Meaii h e. Teon . of neuraUia.
from wh rh hm suffered neuMy a year. Tro
b&ttici uQly were required to do tbe work.
ileteiycured Miss Ethel Uuntlioriw,
WOODS & SWOOPE,
Carrlagen, Bamcl'em Wa.iw, Harnewi, Sh111cm, AgrlculHiral
I in piemen In una tfiacuiuery.
Decriiiffltcapcrs, Mowers & all Steel Binders
CHIEFTAIN HAY BAKES,
Jin 2 fteeoml Mreet
P. H. ALSTON
K, W. (HOWELL,
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W. L. Dougliw 93.00 Calf Shoea
In Button, Laoe and Conrress.
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WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS,
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t mir nharge. C.itt..n Warehnuso.
i Wa.htngton street.
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tie d y with no benefit. Ct aico ginHai.r in
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Manager, St. Paul, Mifs.
Cotton Factors and Wholesale Grocer
3t52158 Front Ht.v .Tlinplil, Tenn.
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Gotten Factors, Commission Oierchank.
Ho. HO Bontii Slain St., St. &onia.
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