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.YEDXESDAY, JUNE 2, 188G.
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TBOM MISSISSIPPI, ALABAMA,
TEXAS AND TENNESSEE.
"What the Congressional and ttuber
atonal Candidates Are Doing to
Win Votes From the People.
Bute and the will tf the people of his
ta-e ; be voted apainat an appropria
tion for the improvement of oue ol
the 'argeet and meat important livers
in the btate, aod he don't "ant ts see
gnch cities ae Birmingham bnilt up in
Alabama if it ii going to raise the
price of labor, or, in other words, if it
ie Boirg to elevate the coDtlit-on of
la')cr. Here yon have a parallol be
tween the two men. Which of tbe
two is more of a salesman ?
Xot Just What They Should be-A
Great Many Strikes Threatened
and Much Anxiety Prevails.
Pirated With Either
Jefferson (Tex.) Iron Item: The po
litical cauldron is indeed boiling with
renewed vigr for the past week.
There are no lees than half a doien
candidates alieady in the Gubernato
rial race, and as many more in the
prospective f uture. A few
days agj it was genc-ally understood
thit Barney Gibbs w8 in the raca for
Governor. Later developments, how
ever, show that be hf s an eye as vol
on Cong-es, and will willingly serve
the people of Texas in either place
The Dallas New, in speaking o! the
matter, sys: "There has been some
differeocs of opinion as to which hale
Mr. Gibbs iniinds to fish, but he
makes a cast of his fly, a s'ight twiBt
of the wris', a nervoue, quick: jerk at
the role, and his fly and hook are in
the Congres-ional brook "
Our next Legislature will have t
meet and grapple with some very ia
it difficult Questions of
public policy. The roal and jury
laws, it is claimed, must be completely
revised and amended. Our school
laws, which though not wholly bad,
are not fullv up to tbat standard re
quired and"de:ired by the people.
Tbe Alabama Mat) Democratic
Montgomery Advertiser: The only
canvass for a State office that has been
made is that of Governor. All the
others have taken care of themcelves,
and will not consume much of the
time of the State Conversion. Tbat
body will dispose of all the business
before it more speedily than Mont
gomery gets rid of her vexed ques
tions. Uen. Dan V. Uoran.
Marianna (Ark.) Index: Every mail
brings to Gen. Din O. Gowan persona
unsolicited af surancea of .support and
encouragement. A tUy or two sines
we happened to be at the Maiiacna
postotrhie when Gen. Govan received
his mail, and, turning to us, he ex
itw1H a hatch of unopened letters,
saying: "Read and see what the peo
ple eay." We opened the letters, one
by one, from dilierent poncmces in
diffarent counties, and, without a sin-
gle exception, their uniform tenor
was: "We're for you for Congress,
fits, last and all tbe time.
Little Rock (Ark.) Demorrat: There
is a good deal of complaint because
Judge Rogers left his seat in Congress
to engage m the canvass for renomina
tion. But Terry, with his long legs,
was playing havoc wi h Rogeis's fences
and w hat could he do but came home ?
When a man's fences are all in dan
ger of being knecked down he must
be pardored for looking attar them.
Hard on Tom Baker.
f!ha(tanooea Twit: lom
vour Uncle Je3se
Cone reaalonal Con
Ripley (Miss.) Advertiser: A con
vention to nominate a Democratic
candiiUte for Corgress in this Con
gre'sional D strict will be held at Ox
ford, Msi, at 11 o'c'ork a.m., June
23, 18Xt tfce rrreentalion in said
convention from each coutty being
"double the number of represent -tives
ailiwed to each of the f a d coun
ties ia the lower house of the Sta'e
THE FISHERIES TROUBLE.
THE DEEP HOOTED JEALOVNY OF
A-alnat tbe Americana tbe Real
Cauaeof tbe DIspnte-WarDla-cnned
Gaut's man for
Clerk and Master of UcHee county,
goes on repeating the lie thatMaj. Key
voted for Reid for Governor, and the
other lie that Key is a Republican in
dieguisej this with a view to leveling
Key alongside himself, as a Moral and
political renegade, and to injure him
with straight Democrat. Tnisisthe
same Tom Baker who resents with a
great show of wrath the mention of
the fact that he was a Confederate
quarterma'ter in connection with the
other fact that he renegaded to the
Republicans to get the offices the
Democrats declined to give him. lour
Confederate Republican, late of the
qnarte master and mule train bureau
in tne rear, is, ai ii were,
Allen' a Hard Koad to Travel.
Columbus (Miss.) Ditpakh: If Hon.
John Allen ever entertained any
hopes of a re-election to Congress
from this district he might as well
cast them from him. His indifler
ence to the interest of bis constituents
has alienated many of bis best friends
men who worked iatthfully for him
in the last canvass and they realize
even at this early date that he must
be relegated back to private life. Jto
Lowndes county man will be likely to
take his place, but xlrnost any county
' in the district could furnish a more
sat'sfactory and able representa'ive
than the one who at present misrepre
sent us at Washington.
Montreal. June 1. The real cause
of all the fisheries trouble is the deep
rooted iealousy of the Canadians
airaiost the Americans. Last night the
subject of war ws di'ditwed at tbe
clubs. A prominent inemiier oi rur-
liament, who is a strong governrrent
supporter, speaking on the subject
with vour corresDonuent.saui: Inert'
will be no half vay about the speedy
settlement of this question. We shall
forep it unon the States to declare
whether they will keep their fishing
vessels out of our waters or whether
we shall rend them to the bottom.
Being asked what course would be
nnrsued bv the Canadian cruisers if
thev met with armed resistance, the
Minister of Marine declared that
Canada will take the consequence, and
in case of resistance, the olheers rom
manding the different cruisers have
orders to shoot the vessel out of the
waters. Emriaixl is at Canada's back.
The Canadian fisheries employ fi!,4!U
men, 1177 vessels worth 12,021,0:53,
and 518,472 boats worth $852,2 7. Tin
industry produces $18,000,000 per year,
of wlncu neanv j,uuu,viuu is in e.v
norts. the United States taking $3,500,
731. The total cost of the Canadian
tmvernmpnt of protecting the in
dustry is less than $154,000 per year,
The Brltlnh Nuundron at Halifax.
London. June 1. The presence of
the British man of-war Belferophon at
Halifax at the present junc'me is ex
plained at the Admiralty Office to be
neither sienificant nor important
She is tbere now in the regular course
of orders issued long ay.o. Among
the other vessels belong ng to the
British navv which will soon rea
Halifax under regular orders are the
Dido. Garnet. Kmera d and Lily. The
Millar! has been ordered to St.
John's, N. F. All the above, except
the Emerald, have been for some time
.... i i a. .1.. T::Y. ln.lian
auaenca to um suumi tichmuuioii
and North American squadron.
Th (Jnhrrnatorlal Contest I
AXD ABOUT PHILADELPHIA
. . w.. , w tN tarfflnn WDM im Mima of
Bow many terrtwe -vcn our - tt nu v-x(;,U4ia!il t. wpwor V. ucht uo.
bM, and what ufferlng U caix-d by thtwe frriu Hu1Uo or MurctiitTiUMo-
haiiUrha. KC 1111 mil W! 'WUB' IPHI MHTI, at. hp m- - -t
P. . 1" v H-Ihe It the of i P Kmwa. U P.. St P.al litea.
ZTrzT:..- Which Is aota'cure-all, but' -Ht 1 Tonoauk tow... ol Nimldo
Mobile Regirter: North Alabama is
at nresent. as it has been in the past,
greatly divided as to men and policies
Gov. O'Neal hsB never had a solid sup
port from North Alabama, and we
know that much of Mr. McKleroy a
strength in that section is due to the
fact that he sought to antagonize Gov.
n'Neal'R re-election. On the other
hani Mr. Diwson's etrcngth is from
11, a friends of Gov. O'Neal, who desire
to reciprocate bis refusil to enter the
Q oaintt O'Neal two veara ago
M..Clarnv utas BiisrBr to trio up the old
Governor and occupy bis seat; but
Dawson, cool, phlegmatic and judg
matic, beia Mis smourou wen m unuu
and openly proclaimed that he would
not hold the garments of the young
man while they stoned the martyr.
The rult of the conduct of Daweon
and McKleroy towards Gov. O'Neal in
1884 is now seen in the vote of the
North Alabama counties. Neither of
those gentlemen are widely known
in North Alabama, not half so
well known as Gen. Clayton, but
they are recognized as the Geal
man and the anti-O'Neal man. Lauder
dale, tbe home of Gov. O'Ne a!, gives
its vote for Dawson, hut Franklin,
which doesn't like O'Neal, gives it3
vote to McKlerov, and sj it gos
Now, when McKleroy drops oat of
tbe rase is it reasonable to suppose
that the delegates who rurport him
as against Dawson and O'Neal will go
over to Dawson? By no means. It
is jnst as likely that they will go over
to Clayton or 8ay. These latter can
didates had nothing to do with the
opposition to O'Neal in 184. The
fact that Mr. McKleroy miKQt have
rotten a good many votfs in his own
section had Gen. Clayton not been a
candidate may weigh with Mr. Mc
Kleroy, but certainly would not justify
the North A'abam delegate in being
handed over to Dawson or any one
American Vessel Baying Bait.
A rich at. O. B.. June 1. Mackere
ere niontiful in these waters. Two
American vessels bouiiht bait yester
day outside the : harbor. The fisher
men do not disclose their names
Tney meet them to the south of Cape
Ancust and Jersevmans island and
sell bait on the quiet. These schoon
em neither hoist flaiM nor come into
Another Kuaeilon to tbe Pro
posed Contracts With Hempbls,
To the Editors of the Appeal.
Bkvieb, Ky., May 30, 1880 Feeling
a deep interest in the future of Mem
nhiit. I feel it mv dutv as well as m
privilege, to sav something in refer
once to the conflict now eoine on be
tween the old and proposed new gas
companies. We have no more reason
to confide in those who propose
nfiirt the new ompanv than in any
other of Adam s race wno nave
banded together in any other under
taking heretofore to carry on business
of any nature where gain is the ob
ject in view. Now would not thee
two companies in less than five, prob
ably ten j ears, pool their business in
some way, one or the other
gobble the stock of the other
and close it out by a sale
made by the United States Marshal?
Aod would not the situation be
worse then than now, with the city's
contract for cheap gas wiped out, and
the city be at the mercy of the old
company, who would systematically
calculate all the losses the new com
pany had caused them, and make the
dear people pay it'with interest ?
I would suggest while a Sut Loving
good's scare is on the old company
make an iron-bound, copper-bottom
contract for a long term of years with
them, both for private as well as pub
lip 11SP. at a rock-bottom pries, and
let the streets at least settle before
they are torn up to I ring a financial
if not a worse disaster to the city.
J We M
pHiLAPBLrniA. Pa., June 1. Trade
levelopmenta of the past f w days
avc been ratner uniavorauie. a
general irn strike is threatened in
Lantern renrsvlvania lor a i per
ent. advance. A grand tarifl de-
nionstiation will he held Sa' unlay
veninc The textile manufacturers,
epresenting not less than $o0,i (Ht.t'OO
worth of capital, have succeeded in
lerfuting their organization for mu
tual protecti' n and various subcom
mittees have lien appointed for the
regulation of the affairs of theissu-
lation. the manufacture rs pre'er
that little be said about it, as tte
movement is simply in the way of an
xpenment Hie aim is two-torn;
ret, 1 1 prevent organize l lauor rrom
lacine uniust conditions upon it.
and secondly, for the development of
more friendly rela'ions between the
textile inttr.sts. Several meetings of
textile manufacturers have been held
lately to fix up prices, but they have
failed, fifteen looms were repre
sented a a meeting held on Wednes
day. A strike will probably take
lace among 400U bru-K-maaers on
June 1st. Half the architec s in the
city a e doing very little and the other
alf are quite busy. They report that
serious damage tas Keen cone w
building operations by the strike for
shorter hours. Thequitt opposition
of the manufacttmrs to the Knights
of Labor and the trades unionists is
leveloninir an unrnlv spirit among
many workmen, and a renewal of the
strike spirit seems therefora to be
threatening. A large, amount of capi
tal is watching the adjustment of all
of tbe d sputes in this city, llio Duihi-
ing trades are pretty well settled.
Street car strikes ara disposed of, but
some thirty or forty petty strikes sun l
exist and an extension of them is
threatened among the iron workers,
express companies, textile manufac
turers, and even among some branches
of the building trades.
A M iL'ht reaction has set in in tne
anthracite and bitiitninouB coal trades
Large consumers are afranl to buy
heavily. The resumption of the strik
ing miners in the Clearfield and Cum
berland regions, will depress anthra
cite, and the cutting of prices has
w thin a day or two been nearu oi
The summer allotment of anthracite
will be light instead of heavy, as ex-
Uaprai IS sun sunim-umo ui nuiv.r
can railway management, n i
been recntly shown that 4J per cent.
is earned in Knglish railwavson a cap
ital izat on of $2110,000 per mile, while
in the Unitsd States the railway sys
tem pays only 2J per cent, on J00,-
0.10. A harmonious agreement lias
once more been reacted in east-bound
freigh s from Chicago. A slight ad
vance has taken place in me aiocn.
market. , ,
Trade conditions are not just what
they should be in the latter part of
Mav. Coal will HKeiy cieciine. iron
cannot advance. Wool is abundant
and chfap ami declining, lexuie
manufacturers are backward. Travel
ing agenis report buyers cautiouB, but
fortunately stocks are small in manu
facturers' and consumers nanus every,
t'andlitaiea for Coore Who Are
Trying to t'slrh l'p Wltto
nHAmiUB . .. n i...h .rth aittM
ww.iwvw,,hicnu a cure lor nervous "r:r-" i. uwaoeikxT
Eeadacbe, Keumhria, Kheurnatm, Sciatic: o. D ftoaiuH. K D.CiiKiDnea, Ohio.
andUoat. No proprietary meUi. me hai everj noiioi.nrT h trwMtodowr.wdin-floetotwo
obtained sueh strong eudoreem.ut man the oueaul bMtul lllow."
iTu .1 nmf,-lnn Tbko. Hkrmaiiji. M p., fttTbomaa. Mo.
for sai.k by aix. iiiiuiiumm. ma "- .7.;,,,:.t:
A. A. MELLIER. 8.J. Pr...n., Ht d Til WASHTMiTOlt AKMlh ST
J. A. BAILEY.
o. e. wrrr.
J. I BAILEY & GO,
JLViili JLSmSJ sA-sa-O Jm tKmf f
330 Nerond Street, 3femih!.
H. J. Clarb
JTKBST S CJO-
Wholesale Grocers, Cotton Tactora
And Commission Merchants,
232 and 234 Front St., Mempiiis, Tecs.
HKTWKKH ADAMS AND JKFrEIWOS
Mr I N RAINKT devote hii whole time te th wiirhlnt nd of 41 Cotton soUiuted
air. 1. a. RA,"o,0aBrehaI.,.. Coiwn W.rehouM. Whinlon tin..
B. W. ( HOWtLL,
II. H. BiAl KT.
ALSTON, CROWELL k GO.
And Oramfsstou Verrhants. Ilaj, Con Oats, hVus, I'Uop Feed, Otl-Meal,
Lim . Cement, IMafer, Unlldlng and l'irj Brick, Etc.
Cor. Front ami VnUnu 1 lltiward's Bow. Memphis.
Cotton Factors, Wholesale Grocers,
No. 11 Union Ntreet.
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Molding, Lumber,
Lath and Shingles, Flooring, (filing aa txar rcs.
MEMPHIS, - TI5W11KIWt.I
THE WHITE HorNE-A LTRIC
lOOBRISrOXDISCI O TBS APFKAL.I
Vickruuro. Miss . May 31. Wilh
the nimal steunation of business inci
dent to summer the people have more
limn to devote to politics and other
kindred ma'ters. Temperance versus
linnnr drinkins and eelliogis engaging
the attention of our people, aod the
indications are that we will have a hot
contest in the near future under the
recent local option law to decide
m-Whf r this shall be a ''drv" or "wet'
county. It bas also been suggested
that Judge Warren Cowan, who
Chancellor of this district ana presi
dent of the temperance club, be a can-
riliiRte inr uoncress. 1.019 gaviteeiuiu,
and one that there be an inde
pendent Republican candidate, causes
some ttir among the Democratic
tine politicians. There is also consul
er.ible opposition to Mr. Catchings,
-u.-hii.li U dnilv inrrf-aMrjc and inanv
think Ihe Hon. L. W.Manruder wou'd
detest him if he would become a can
lidata. Msgrudfr is tar the ablest
man of the two, has a better lecord
and is more popular.
It is stated on good autrjoniy inai
Ex-Ohief Jos'ics Horatio F. Simrall
will ha a candidate for Congress from
this district. If to Judge Simrall will
be an almost invincible candidate.
Nothing could be said against rum.
He is pre-eminently fit for the place
and rendered valuable service to the
State in the trying reconstruction pe
riod of the SUte and oa the Supreme
hsnch fnr nine earj. He was presi
dent of the first Mississippi River Im
provement Convention and is promi
nently identified with and thoroughly
posted en that great qmstion. If he
inns Mr. Catclr ngs will have no walkover.
Birmingham (aU.) J)v Senator
Pugh wanra to fee the peiple of his
State educated, and, if needs be, by
tt-easdofthe Ffd.'ral Treasury; he
wants to see the industries of the
St3te built up and diveisined, for he
knows tbat th:s means wea'.tlt and
power and prosperity for Alabama;
lie wants to see the rivets and harbors
improved. Senetor Morgan vitt1
against the Blair bill in the face o iw
indorsement by the L?gisUtura of his
Long, lone t his desk he iu,
A-plodciinir throuuh letters and tMns,
While throoeh his ay heart there flits,
A little, bright bird that smijs:
"Away with yu. Congress and bills,
Away, both P. M.'s and P. O. 's.
For a wave of joy my being fills
And I'm glad clear down to my toes.
"Oh, sweet, sweet, sweet is the month of
Yet sweeter the month of Jure ;
For tb- one is only tbe new moon ray,
The other the big ull moon.
It's coming, Miming, the blissful (lay,
And the hour of the dream of my soul !
0, new frock coat, and O, trouM-rs gray,
And 0, rose in my buttonhole!
"What, what care I-hey, tumitytum,
I'm banpier than aclain
Whoever' 1'. M. at lligganum,
Or Collector at Yuba Uain !
And Democrats nil, the good and true,
By no mem I despise!
Bu' I know a party 'twnt me and you
With very much lovelier eyes.
"I love to watch the cherry bloom" white
Th-it the icphyrs of Mai time toss;
And itili I agree with Lowell quite,
Ti,,.rW I wade through seas of letter? and
lUr. nn.ima I T lino .
Tlmt frnm my heart-string" thrills and trills
And 'tis: Junel Juue! Bully for Junel
.ii.. nl,l Time, you tramp, brace uv 1
i- an kji tin innn
In bringieg the days when men drink of the
cup . . T
Of the blofnm-wine of June,
li. rr 1. M.'s well as V. 0- s.
And for wf at the Mugeumps say,
For it's almost here, the month of the rose,
Jwtel Buliyl Wboop. whoopl hooray.
Ibey Are Not horry.
There is one thing nobody ever re
grets thst ip, the day ti,ey first adopt
ed Taker's Tonic their regular fam
ily medicine. Its range is so wide,
and its good eflVv,U so sure, that noth
ing else, except good nursing, are
needed in a great majority of cases.
Bay it, try it, and afterward it will not
require any p-aise rom us.
" J. '.;
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AW AID PI.AHISti-rlH.I-, mi
ANDRrV hTKW'AKT, ew tlriean. I ASUKKW 1). U WYNNE Mam
STEIRI, GlfllE k it
Wh olesale Grocers, Got. Factors
KO.S50 ANl t'HUKT (JiTHEjLT, UrT.rillS, TEWS
STEWART BROTHERS ft COBIPANV
COTTON FACT0K8 AND WMLSS10N MF.KCIIANTS,
SEW OKLEAKN. LOI1INIANA.
WOODS & SWOOPE,
4'HrriHKefs ltiiKKlS Wnjrwiin, IlarMOsw, NiuhlloM, IxrU ulliirul
liiipU'iiiculN imd MiK liliierj.
Dccriiig l.capors. Mowers & all Steel Hinder,
CHIEFTAIN HAY RAKES,
. SS3 Neoontl Ntroel Memphlw.
A. TACCARO fe Co
WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS,
SLEDGE BROS., of Conio, Miss. F. M. Ji OR FLEET, Resident Partner.
SLEDGE & NORFLEET
. t m
Ko. 365 rront Street aiemimi-
HILL, FONTAINE & CO.
Cotton Factors and Vholesale Grocer)
S9G-S98 Front St., JIeni)hI, Tenn,
HILL, FONTAINE & CO.
Cotton Factors, Commission Merchant,
"Wo. lie Month main t
Fulmer.fhorntott & Co
Wholesale Dealer and Vubllftber,
8ol AonU lollowlm Flnt-ClMi InitromtnUi
Steinwav ,MUl K.naDo
Hr VTftM HHAN1CH A ('11, AMI.ltK. V. . PKAME !.
ik.WI t VU MANOR MAM I IW, ( I OI UH WAKHKN, ( III
M-A NBW T-OCTAVB PIANO FOR lwO.-wi
Write for OatRloirnee. Mo.a: and 'JH NHnmimi . iw f Winn
(Mr H ill pay Uood Prlceti for MOTEN, un
TIIANIIY COrrON ot all dem'rlptloiiM. Nend
and Vrlve Tald.r
W. SPE:ERfS, Jr.
75 Vanoe Street, Memhi. Tenn. ,
0. W. TOM LIN. WH, BENJK3.
NEW CARRIAGE FIRM.
Tomlin & Benjes,
179 Main Ht., Memphis.
Offer tpe InduMinnntj In Orxa Buf !
of our own milk, at Tnii lluiriiiei of
oar own malta, at 1120. All work war
ranted. Call bafora you kuy.
0W Ilavinf (Unpolled of oar antlr atook ot
Vahiolot and tha Manufaoturini Dnpar.
mant to Mum. TOMLIN A llKNJbS. wo
beaixak for tham a oontlnaanoa of tho
liatronava io lont aitandod to u.
CABRIAOR A HARUW AHK COMPANY.
W. A. GAGE & CO.
No. 8QO Front Ntreet, : BfemphlM. TiUa
ADLER BRO, & CO., 261 MAIN ST
Cotton Factors, Wholesale Grocers,
300 FMit fair'.
(NVOCENNOK9 TO BIM'HASI A HOBTOH)
Old Stniul. Ko. 0 Union St., Memphis.
Where Wibcrjc'a Wonderful
Aug. Wiberg, 14IJ1 Soufi Tenth
Btre-t, Omaha city, held one-fifth of
ticket 73,040, which ilrew the capital
prize ot tlRO.OOO in the drawing of the
Louisiana State Lottery, at New Or
leans, Tuesday, March lUth; th'onch
the First National Hank of Omaha, lie
sent it t) tbe New Orleans National
liank, and received a draft for $:),000
made on the Hanover National liank
and was sent to Kount.e liros., New
York citv, for collection, and the Bum
of i;10,(X)0 was received. tTm'irVt ( Neb. )
JUp'MU an, April 17
KAimM anil Kn Orleans.
Tr.e Supremn Court rf Alabama hss
finillv concluded h11 lniiiiioa as to
this read ami directed i s sa e. Some
of the prcfenel borUiolrer i'l bay
it in. It is a stun of nb-.ut forty mi es,
rnnrirp; ont from elma in a south
westerly direct ian. Originally it
wis intended to be bniit to Ne
Ojlearjs. Jt owis i s r.rijrio to the
fcil Itv oflersd by the Stue indorse
mnttif een yean ai?o. No doubt it
Wfs crncjived with srieculative in
tention?, but nme the !e8 the design
w s in manv resuects meiitirions. If
built according to first iuU'ntiona it
would strike acr s PaifB and Sontb
Vitrei go tiwaid Bin I' n Springi and
tLeace tiward S O'leni".
Britnllfr lour Homo.
Finish the walls and ceilings -with
Alaliastine. You can do it; inex
pensive; try it. White and twelve
tinta. Cheaper and better than paint
kalsomine or paper. Disinfi-cts and
prevent diseases. Beautiful gamile
rani free. By dniirists, hardware
and paint dealers. io0 given away.
3. MA.N't'FIEM) 4 CO. i Memphif .
FOUNDRY & MACHINE DEFT, l0to 174 Adams St., Memphis
THE LIVERH10RE FOUNDRY AND
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Latest Novelties in Footwear
P0R BPMNO AND BWMMBB.
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W. L. louglan IJ.00 Cult Shoes
In Sutton, Laoa and Coniraai.
Illnitrated Catalogue and Prloa
Mailed Free on aMiilloail(in."
LARGEST BREWERY IN AMERICA.
Jos. Schlltz Brewing Gompanv,
MEM1 Hlft UltAitillj I.pti.uill'Hoii.,or...Wi.ln An. ll
S. ROESCHtR. Aeent, Memwhlf, Tenn.
Hmitm In INHii a0.00 Rnrrcla Hnl-n of Monnilill Brnh, lOO.OOfl U?a
' Mnlra In 1HH. Hnil.OOO lmrrl.
STOCKMEN, farroern. diiryrafn, and all
fancien of thin fuinnuB and tavorita
brMid, are informed rhnt lha anuTa.phiimnt
will oompria a very rhoi'-e aortineni uf
BWLL8 (18 monthi old) ; Y PA RLI N ,H KIF
KKS (to calve early in lv): CALKS (of
botb ieiei and droi'ed tbie (rrlnit).
All pure-bred and letted by noted iu'U-o
with the greatest pare irom wel'-known bul
tT farniliei wilh hiirh-.-l -n" milkuiK tr:nna.
Partie wanting xtrictly Brt-clas animali
for foandation .tokl" ' Jn-o'i-fully eriaoliil
a herd, are ordially invited to corren-'n l
Oar iri-e will be foun-l reasonable m enal
ternii lorordnrs. Aim !v lor lull inforinalmn
to AIMM-" v KOALHN'N.
84 tdnhall ftrtv'. LnndiinEngHnd.
KKUH VN IKOX MIIUKH II KH
been ined in the f mily of Mr- I.aura
J . Johnson, Ai l Main tr-et. Memihi.Teiin
for bi.iom lever find chain with moiit H"
factory eull. Jt ii tueir Iaadiiri family
A Valuable Patent.
Manor's (Horao) 4'orn and Pa Flan-l-r.
HAVING perfeUd my invention. I with
, l lnoe it before the publio, eKpeoially
tn.r.utacturerii. An a Corn Planter, it n a
rer(n.ucoe-oieni the drill, distributed
the peed aci-irately. oniniured, and oovera
the lame, theroi v one man performing the
work of three. ln-- have been ued in
this portion lor over a don years with per
feet patipfiK-tion. Can r-ve rmpofcPible tef u-
Havwoo'l county, f -'S.
FRONT T ::
in any ol lae aopaiiueai'
.'.hini!ton, or any othrr pcntionp udw
t'ley .ve'nmenr, 1 wlll'iuJ iuii inptruouvu.
i as to bow to fror"l to obtain thesame,
"i lll.ok rnrmaut AppHeinilon on
rVcelpt ol One Dollar. Au.irrw. JdHJ,
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TMiMOCRATS TO TI1K
I berwius seeRtng
JOHN K. KAMILE & CO., lMLOPK'S,
98 Second St. Memibia. T?r!T.
MANUFACTURERS ANP DKAiF.RS IN
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Ilrntlford Corn mid H Ih hI Millet
. t'otlou I'rinaM, Colloii 4la
NhnniiiK. I'Hlleyw, K.
NPM'IAI. mol'K'K We are prepared to 811 ordera,
on poor notice, forth, cele rated ItlwlBrl lalnt
Wronulu - I" 1 1 J. V oarry in itock srer
Two Hundred Assorted m-1.
r Hftid for Tatal-vi" nd Prlea-1'w.
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And Commission Merchants,
11 ml SOS Front t.. 5Ieiaplt!, Teuiv