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MEMPHIS DAILY APP1UL T1IHISDAY, JUNK :t, ISSfl.
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FLAGS ORDERED AT HALF-MAST
BY MAYOR GRACE.
ElTtctof IheSathem's Death on Tam
many and Sew Yrk
Politics.
yiw York, June 2.-Sherifl Hugh
J. GraiJt eaid last evening that it was
tco eaily even to predict what effect
lbe death ol Mr. John Kcl y would
baveon the Tainniany orgauizition.
Although the man to whom all good
Uammanv Peimcrata looked fir wise
coobbpIs hsd ni t api eared in the wif
for nunr mentis, hiafpiritwas
jer there, and -veiy mrmbrr of the
Oeneial toaimitt?e and Ccmruittee on
Oirjranizition always felt hip, irjflueoce
and seemed snii jus at ali Uinta to do
wtj&t they thoug'.t mieht please him.
"He would go a hng ways," said the
Sheiiff, "to serve a taDno. He made
mittakes, as eveiy man fcai done aDd
as every nan will do. He served
me n who titrnf d upon him alterwaid
and knifjil him. He never forirot
them, however, nd they knew it. He
never ceaied to b the lepder ol ttie
organ i cation until he lied, and, now
that he is dead, his influence will ft 11
be felt. He may have been a bmer
fee-, but he wa always an horest rne,
and no man liveB wbo can say that
Mr. Kel y evrr was guilty of a mean
or dishonest a.tion.
IN TAB HOTEL COKBIDCltS
and at the public place? whfra politi
cians cocgrefat, tle death of Mr.
Kelly was the topir, but few indu'ged
in sp'cu'at'on as to whaf would be
the etlct cn the Democratic organiza
tions in the city. For years lerUio
piliticifns have claimei that if Mr.
Kelly phou'd die the Democratic puty
in this city would become UDiten, and
that there wuld he no other Demo
cratic crganimticn thin that whicu
would have Tammany Hall is i's
beadquaiters. Few politiiiirs last
niht were willire to admit, now that
Mr. Kelly is dead, the t the union of
all the Democratic forces will be at
once effected. It Becmed to be appa
rent that Mr. Kel'y was not a'one for
the factional fluhis; he vrai not alone
in the determination ti continue the
war, and that ha was not alone in the
belief that Tammany Hall should
never extend the right h ind of fellow
ship to her enemies in the Democra io
party.
KLAUS AT HALF-MAST.
Mayor Grace to (Uy o dered the
flags on the City Ha'l at half-mast, in
reBpect ti the menu ry ol John Kelly.
LITERARY NOTES.
A "Moral Rinnkr" is the title of a
story by Wyrtella N. hty that is thfl
latest of tasiell s Kaiabow sjiibs o:
novels, and Oue of i's mrst tollicg and
popular. MitQBQdld, on Main stieet,
nas it lor ta e.
Tns Appletors expect to have ready
earlv in June the "Ontennial History
of the Prott-Btant Epicopal Church in
the Diocese of New York, 1785-1885,"
by Gen. Wilson, Assistant Bishop
Totter and Dr. Morgan Uix. s:em
DortraitB of the Bishops of New York
and illustrations on wood will be
given.
Thb "Theater" is the moat delight
fnl Dnblication of its class, and is
printed in most convenient form, o
that it may be bound at the end of ihe
year, thus completing a his'ory of the
American stage mat in years 10 come
will be of very great value. It is edited
with great good last, and the con
tents are always interesting. Mans
field, on Main s reer, will order it for
yon if be baen t got it for sale.
"Chata and Chinita," a norel ef
Mexican Ufa bv Mis. Louise Palmer
Heaven, begins in the June number
of the Overland Monthly. Mrs Heaven
has been a favorite contributor both
to the first series of the Overland and
to the present moiez ne. Her con'
tributions have been chiefly stories
and sketches cf Mexico, a country
with which she is familiar from long
rendence.
The Forum foi Jnne contains a pa
ner. "From Puritanism Whither?'
by Bishop F. D. Huntington, that will
bave fpec.al interest lor cDiucnmen,
The bishop, who recanted Unitarian
ism, traces the steps by which he him.'
self, perhaps, made his way to a
church Willi the ea-rament?, the or
dere, the historic unity end the com'
mifsion essential to a div'nely an-
pointed congicgation or devout and
noiy ptopie.
Astkonombrs arj commenting on
the curious accuracy in scientific! at'
tailaof "In Favilla," the "comet story,1'
by GeraMine M. lionner, in the May
number of the Overland Monthly. Some
fifteen years ago one of the magazines
published a story ol lite npon toe
"lost planet" before it was broken
into asteroids. But the crash of a
comet into the eatth itself, as described
in "In l avil'a, ' is a unique aad start'
ling conception, worthy of Bulger or
roe.
Thb three Civil War Studies in the
Magazine of American History for June
are of the n:at consequence. Uen
Lee elucidates 8 onewall Jackson's
generalship and Fremont's Jr4vat at
the "Battles of Port Republic and
Lewiston." One of the retreating
party describes the "Retreat of Davis
and the Confederate Government
from Richmond," accompanied lev a
BtiDerb nortran in steal ot the tallen
President; and Mr. Waller gives a
vivid account of theeaptura ol Mosoy,
"The List of the UonJederatt s.
Tub Book-Buybr fer June is made
of unusual value by t p-,r!rit cf tits
Rev. Dr. McCoth, ptva.dsntof Prince
ton, whore name is held in highest re
spect by the best tainfcsts of the Ea-gtish-sueaking
world. A chapter on
the "New Art Cyclopedia," to which
reference hes already been mad at
length in the A item, is illustri'ed by
a fnw well selected outlines of cele
brated paintiflfs, port'aiti of painters
.and fac-similea of aitisia' egnaturep.
There is aJ-.o a chapter oa a rew vol
ume of the EncycLedia Britnnniea,
with the usual quantum of delightful
gossip about books.
Gen. Fremont's "Memoirs" will be
publ shed by Belford, Clark & Co. by
anbfcript'cn, and the work is already
in the pre;g. The lit e is ts follows:
"Memoirs of My Life, by John Charles
Freinon, including in the Nfrrative
Five Jouraey of Western Kxploration
rnrirg the Yfnrs 1M2, 1843-4, 1M5-6-7,
1H18 9, 18; 4, Tojetbvr with a
Sketch of the Life of Senator B nton
in ennnection with Woet.ra Expau
aion by Jess e Benton Frexont." Tf e
work will be eiaboiatt'ly illustrated.
There will le 200 full-page e ncrivirifs,
rnai sand pintis. 8ome of tho'e ai
re a,ly printed in-lica.e t a' n point of
i!lng:rations al ne thnse ".vlumoirs"
will be of tx-iao'dinaiy value.
For the past fivs ye irs hn Century
Company labeen e!g"gd iu yr
pari nit a dittim-iiy l the Engl s'.i
aig:azr, ol whicii P of. W;l iaiu D.
Whitcev of Y'ala Coileae is edi'O'-in-die',
tho pu-poee being to mate a
mora cormpreheoe-ive work than has
vet arpearedttn ropnlar form, to in-
c ude, in addition to a very foil collec
tion of individual wo'ds in all depart
ments tithe language, all technical
phrares, not relf explaining, in law,
the mf cbanieal rts, the eciencee, etc.
Ind ed, it is de'goed to make this
dictionary so c mpleta in its detini
t onsol all branches cf s-ience and
art that even the specialist will need
nothing Iur:her. Ihe numDer oi
"new" words in many of the?e de
partments is said to be surprisiniily
great. The d c:ionary will have also
a remarkably complete STB'em of
ciOHS-re'erdnces, and will embody in
itsi-ll a dictionary of eynonyms which
will add grea ly to iu value.
Is the Kourelle Rente recently ap
pea ed an article on society of St. Pe
tersburg by the writer who in late
years has "written rften and mu.h
about te private aflirs of European
court. One of the stars c f the Rus
sian capital is the Countvsi Beaubar-
rais, a uster ol me ceiaoratea uon.
SkobMetf She is descr bed as follows:
"bh j belongs to that class of women
who are predestined fiom all eternity
to become notorious. Extren.ely am
bitious and devoid of prijudires and
8tiuple, of a quai-royal inditlerence
to anything tht may be (aid, she puro
lishes abroad what others would try
to bide, and in her eplemlid arrogance
she s-ems to defy calumny, ami ti l it
be BileLt. Sae is an intoxicating be
ing, and I myself have always felt my
heart palp tats whenever I approached
her. Shw apiea'.e to eviiry one ol the
senses cl the men who tome in con
tact with her, fastinating, seducing
and niadJenina- by a single movement
ol her "sbouhb ra. Mia wi 1 have her
ups and dorfim, and n av even have
(o f ubmit to disgrace, but she will tri
umph owr all, for she has a head of
iron and a lit t: of diamond."
NEWS IX liRIEF.
V'ew York, June 2. Tbe lailurecf
A. R. E'y was announced on the
Stock Exchange this morning. His
Uibilitiis ara email, and the failure
bad no effect oa the market.
Sin Francisco, Cal , June 2. Dr. J.
Milloi Br lwers, convicted of poison
ing his wife in ordur to obtain $17,000
of insuranceoa ber life, was s jnt jnced
th's morning to be bangeil.
Peorin, 111 , June 2 It has been
asceiUined lint Hoke's shortage to
the Merchants' Nat onal Bank ia j-103.-01H),
and that $75,000 was takea by
Hoke when it was known as the Me-ch-nicb'
I'ank.
Springfio'd, Mass, June 2. Y'etter
day three children i i a widow named
Richatds attempted to light the tire
w to kerosene. The an exploded,
firing tueir clothing. A son and
dtuvhtdr, aged respectively nine and
ten yeais, were burned to death.
St. Johrs, N. F., Juno 2. The
B'eamer Siberian, Mhich arrived this
morning seven days over-due, icporti
tbat when 'he fog which delayed the
vessel lif ed the vessel aas surroundoi
by sixty huge icebergs, and was within
lOOfdet of tn encrmouB mountain ot
ice.
Chicego, 111., June 2. A Dally AW
special from Montreal enys: Tbe Al-
land received a telegram this morning
announcing tbat Jbe Siberian had ar
rived at St. Johne. N. F . at 5 o'clock
a.m. She had been delayed tight
days in a fog and was sin rounded by
ice. The aulf is reported as being one
field of ica. -The Sardinian is beliuvel
to be lying to, waiting for the fog to
rigs, cue is icur cajs over a ue.
HOTEL ARRIVALS.
tJMton'a Hotel.
W. H. BINGHAM MiSAnm.
European plan. Knlarged and rmurnubed.
Irioa aoooriling to fit and loca
tion of rooms.
8 W Townaend, Mill J B Roiin, Mo
L Morgan, Tann Mita I Moorinr, Mll
Mix 0 book, Mi" W J Porter. N Y
E K Hobertton, N V Mini L Uouo, Mis!
T J Feriruion, Miss C A inter. Mii
W T yuinley. Ark W K Butler, Tenn
W J Foster, Mo J S Howell, Ark
T P Brown Aw, Ark Mra I'eacook, Tox
Mini C Peacock. Tex fl Kelley, Tex
S K Chalmrrs, Mim W J Criwfnrd, Tenn
John Marrel, Miss
VV P Hale, Ark
I R Muxaok, Ark
L K Hill. Tenn
J W Littlo, Ky
T C Hicks, Ark
8 Uolristein, Ohio
K U Keith, Ark
B F Barnes, Tenn
J V Foea. Minn
J W Rhodet, Ark
J L Adama, Tenn
D Johnston, Miaa
B 8 Cnrleton, Ark
P P Uoodeny, III
A Cohn, Uo
T i Bacon Aw, Ky
Ueo Rudesill, Tenn
Tbe New Uayano.
FARRINOTOM, STEWART A WHITE,
Pkoprirtokh.
Rates, $2 50 to H per dy, according to loca
tion of rooms.
N C Tompkinf, Mo T L Brndy Aw, Miaa
(1 D centred. Tenn C Leach, Tenn
K II Burnett. NY J W Allison, Pa
J M Whitlaw, Mo 8 Anderson, Mo
SP Walker, Tenn A Crisp, Tenn
W H Wright. Ark P R Cboeuey. Ohio
J A Warren Aw, Ala J Robinson Aw, Miss
II S Harris, Mo F A btrat'on, Ohio
J W Head, Miaa MiM McFarland, Tonn
A V (iwynn, tenn & uaiuwoii.nw.ienn
Misa Jones. Tonn
B Smith. Tenn
J Leidinger, Ohio
L J Mcl'eak, Mits
K R Thomas, Tenn
Miss A Cooper, .Visa
P B Mayfield, Miss
T I'nwney, Mo
II C l ate, Tenn
W O Clark, Ind
C I) fcjistin, Miaa
I) P Haundera, N Y
O H I'holps, Ark
y B Allen, rk
A B Hall, Tenn
W lleuster, Ky
Miss J E llilby, Tenn
Miss Hall, Miss
Miss Jones, Miss
B F Hicks, Ky
t: B Murphy, Ark
J L Howell, Ark
A I. Dein, Miss
O BBmith, N Y
B K Cole, Ala
W II rear, Ark
J F Croeby, Tenn
J R Uraoy, Miss
B Starry, M 1
M JN .tones, 14 I
11 U Hathaway, Mass R S Wilson, Tenn
Peutbody Hotel.
C. B. GALLOWAY 4 CO Piwprikto.
' Rates 12 50 and $3 par day, according to
siia and location of room Special
rates made.
J C Davia, Tenn W S Hrghes, Ark
Fitihugh, Tex 8 W Oavrison, Tenn
II 8crugg, Miaa J II Ru, Pa
W W CummingJ, La M Bremor, N Y
C L Fallanalar, Ala Z T t'orpining. M'aa
1! C Joros & w. Misa
A v' IJoyiey : c. lex
W II Uoiderman, Ky
Sol Cohen, Miss
F Mc(iiivo-k A w, Aak
SCfc indler.SC
John Foley, Tenn
S C f ippen, Ark
C F Martin Ohio
A Warren, N J
W m 'trotlier, V
( W Ainmona, Mv
F W Carter, Ohio
Alt! rewsnn, lnd
L White. Ky
J Mills a w, Ala
B B Mali airs. Ohio
J A Woodson, Are:
r U Nind, .Mass
L 1. Shra-.e. Ky
K U Lu. y. Tenn ,
I.on Aholes. ii Y
W I, Matlinxly. Mi"
W H Flynn, hy
H Dow. Tenn
J M Sumuh ton. Mass
C H Morrow, Tenn
John Morror., Tenn
J II Clarke, M'.sb
C Moore. Ark
K f Fuller. N Y
W S Hik-gini. Ky
P F KuyWn, Ark
C 11 Parsons, Ark
M Martin Aw.N Y XI H Kohuiaon, ?i 1
.1 H fl cinberir, NY KB Knight. Pa
W W Miller, Miss J fanlair, Mi
F B bavin, La T iiartman, Ark
li W CantroU, Ark R K Wear, Min
B M Carr, III K Kiohard, Ky
B P Stroiubcrr. Ky Mn .1 II ti.ir.inor, lex
W T M :Cuf b, la J S Martin . Ia
C B Reavi , Ma J PSheridn, Mo
B M Eherrill, Ky.
Dndy'S) Knropean IlolL.
Corner of Adama and Main street . Roomc,
50e, 75c and tl per day : Amorica n rlan,
82 per day.
Fir't-'Insa Restaurant in tha H'oW.
J. M. DUFFY tin year with Peaood.r Hotel)
Proprietor.
W IT Therrv. Tenn J MaVlln. Ind
M O Williams, N Y
B Tncker, Mo
J A Haley. Icon
W Sink. Mo
K A Hull. Ark
h Naihena, Tenn
J 11 KiU'hell. Ark
J T IHllard. S C
Mra Patrick, Miss
F J Caid-e I. Tenn
L K illia.Trnn
T II llincr. Mo
J N ,ih in, Mi's
S K .-t--Htt. Ienn
.1 Mark?, lein
II Mart n. Teg
H T Srnitb. Ienn
W C. ker, Tenn
J I. Vomeil, Tenn
P L Atkins. Misa
C L Coyne. Ill
w U Itussi-y, ln
R L Perryman, Ark
J Mnrinus, Tex
K L Kutley, Tenn
P J Anderson, Mise'
LT ir. he. Mo
P M Mickmn, Tenn
J B Jark.on, ia
F J Shiffner.Tenn
F vur,hy. Ark
A P Ford, 'Ienn
J B Hone, Tenn
J ti L ttleu.ii. Ky
P v Morr a.Ttnn
L V Will ains, Tnn
W I! Ili'lum. Tenn
RJ Trotter A, Tenn
W Mttrry. Ienn
B M Oreen, Ark
W il Arc-ier, Mils
W H Davy, SU
THE UCOK SI NAHM.
A DILL DAY IN THE CLEVELVXD
COTEiTI0X.
Mating tif the Iron aud Steel Work
ers at Pittsbunr-The lie
rent lliuts
Ci.iivf.i.ank, O , Jnne -'.The only
bus nt'fw transac t'd by the Knights of
Labor this morn'ng given to 'he pub
lic wes the election of t'iret assist rSts
to be members of the Kx eutive
lSoard They mere Jerry S Uninn of
Now York, a'b okbinder; W. II Mtili
of Uichiimnd, Va , publish.'rof a labor
paper, and II ugh I'avaiuuiirb id Cin
cinnati, a shoe salesman, but formerly
a shoemaker.
Nrlllril on Mill Hour Kiolx.
PiTTsiu'Bii, 1'a., June "J. The t:iike
of ihe stonecutters en I stone-n asons
of Allegheny enmity for e ght hours
has been settled on the nine hivir ba
s s at the old wages. Work wid b
resumed t Miio r w.
Nlrlhrra BeMiiiilug Itraprrnte.
Pahis, June 2 The etrikin irin
miners at Pecazcvillo are becoming
desperate. They now threaten with
violence the directors and niaiiiige-s
of the mines. Ihe authorities lear
that ai outbreak is imininei t, and
have placed extra gna ils avuind the
store houses containing dynamite anil
other explosives used in n.ining.
The Keren t Laker ItlntN hi Mil
w aiikve.
Mlt.n Al'KKK, Win., June 2. The
grjiitl jury investigating the r cent
labor riotsliust evening returned sealed
linding-i in a number ot cases. The
names of the indicted have not yet
been given to the public. Seven ar
rests were made by the po ice this
morning, and other arrests art' expect
ed th s afternoon. It is reported that
the entire Kxecutive liuaril of the
Knights of Labor has been indicted.
Three members of the board were
aiming today's arrests. The grand
jury lias not yet concluded its work
That Iron ami at led Worker.
I'lTTsniiRO, June 2. Tho Amalga
mate! Association of Steel and Iron
worsen met this inomingj t the usual
leiiir, and som-. routine business was
transacted. The most important was tho
reading of a lette' fr m (iraiul Master
Workman Towderly of tho Kivglits of
Labor, asking that the members of the
Amalgamated join tha" organization in
a body. Tr'sitlent Martin in response
stated that the matter bud been
placed in the hands of a c ni
niittee for consideration, and invited
lias er Workman Powderly to visit the
ci v and addre s the association. It is
believed th invitation will te ac
cep ed. The iiuestion of readmitting
the nnilers and heaters will be voted
on this afternoon It is 1 elieved it will
be unanim usly adopted.
IV hero Wilier;' Wonderful
U inning; Wan.
Aug. Wiberg, Mill Soufi Tenth
street, Omaha city, held otie-lifth of
ticket 73,010, which drew the ca; ital
prize of tlMt.OOO in the drawing of the
Louisiana 8tato Iitt-ry, at N'ew Or
leans, Tuesday, March Kith; th-ougb
the First National liank of Omaha, ho
sent it t tne New Orleans National
Hank, and leeoived a draft for J:I0,0()0
made on the Hanover National Hank
and was sent to Kountzo Ibos., New
York citv, for collect'on, and the sum
of 130,000 was received. Omaha (Neb.)
Jiepuljliean, April 17.
FOR
SICK HEADACHE.
BILIOUSNESS,
CONSTIPATION
And DYSPASIA,
UBH
DR. C. McLANE'S
ELEBKATCD
LIVER PILLS
PREPARED BY
FLEMING BltOS.,
PHTNBl'Ktt, HA.
BE StIRK YOU OETTUR GENUINE, Tha
Cocaterfeits are made in St. Louis Mo.
mmtK HUMPHREYS;
I HOMEOPATHIC
Veterinary Specific:
Cure Dirteueiof
Morses. Cattle, Sheep
DOC.8, HOGS, I'OULTllY,
In nse for over 20 years by Farmers,
Stockbreeders, Horse It. li., Lo.
Used by U. S. Covornmont.
tar STABLE CHART "W
Kousted on Rollers t Book Mailed Free.
Ilumphrrva'Mi-d. Co., 100 Fulton 61., N.T.
HOMEOPATHIC
28
SFEGiFIC No
i ..a., bj Thn nnlv nctt9f fnl rcmcdr fur
Nervous Cefcility, Vital Weakness,
nrni l'm-lnitHin, fnnn ivr-wurk or oth-r cauKeik
81 mt v(n). rfi tniiiiiiil lrt' viit powdi-r. (irr 5.
ri"LU Itv Diifnui'-rn ornfin ih.mihip.I o.i rpffipto
prK:t-.IUiuibn')i' MtlirtMti, lU kukUm BtM A. V
KROW I KO It ITT i: KM K E
lievo iain, aiiio diKe-titm, and tonesnp
the system. Mri. W. A. ISiuiib.No. 5ti0
hhclhy frtrevt, Wemphin, Tenn., way her huB
bnnl wfl rureil of rheiimitiiu niter trying
many other reine-lice without aid,
ttt?kl'i of ttut mt
fM-rtirt, and hit (irea
imutt tmivciu. mi.U
MURPHY BROS.,
Pt. Tr
dnwoa the (of oi
thm duLIic and n w ranks
C.r. la
I TO S DT.l
Oauulwd sot Ml
faaT euMatrwten. '
tf vrii,arika
, -r mu raaafea .
-oi! th leading tUdiai
OncfanatI.arplT
A. l bMIIII.
Hrv1l .fi. fS,
b,ldhv IlrutriHl. I
Cikc 41.V0. I
Pennyroyal Pills.
"CHII'MKN'IEK'N FKf.lKH
1 h Otitlnol riiI Only hrunlnr.
tale and ilwiiya Heluble. i'ewarect worlli.
luiiuti .na. Indifoeaisable to I, It I EN.
A yuui larnama lor hliilr'
K n ic I ''and ike nu other, or iorloaa 4e
(ump ) t 'ia for particB'ara in nm bj
return in. tl. . - I'ifl.K. hl
rkwrr) li.inlral ..
jl .tA wfli-un cwinur. SlillHiln., .
TatAOE tiliai I t '). C ii JObWIS
lnjriil Airmail.. fUxii. B
I9KOW"N lRO KITTEKH II1M
filed ra. Hatlie VV. Miller, Ha. 4a.Mar
sv all avenue. Meuphia. Xeon., after tD t
taii of dvaentery, and aaia a.iated ber
rec .very fr un malarial fever, i-be co;fi J
trt it Ui'-'it tftluatus mtdicina.
Ak't .art -W Klv
how wtan . poor -ssass ic5r,.i iss.
bA suxl what suffering rauel 1J tht l UMd.h , Mm sulairBbsa.
btsulaclMt. Hi lli'f may b bad irom Nervous, 1 mauua, tt almun wn-inc "
Neonlido, or tik k lUiadaiie t y Ihe uao of Pa Bmisu M P.. St Paul, Minn.
lrV,.V, Which la Dot a cure-all. but' "flat al lvMoaun In ol Neonli
sowQdwwi ,bl,n . curt ,)r N fjssrzAzssJr
Headache, NfUralsia, Rheumu'iam, tHlalic, o. 1 Noktom. M. L . Cuk auati Ohkv
andUouL No pn.prktary m.sh Ine has evOT ..toi.omh h tlri1rd .t rjd errtoe in to
oUalnod such ntning endorsviiMit fium the oaaaaof bahuual MMlaoM"
medical pnifrwion. 1 Th. HERMaaM. M n . MVoiaa, Mo.
for sai.k by all rnrr.ciSTa. price onr rxn.i.AR vkh hditi.r.
A A. MELLIER, Sola PMn-l.. and 7II WASlirSliTOV AVMI'K KT I.HVW
J. A. BAILEY.
J. A. BAILEY & CO.,
ILnTIT 3351 3E5 IBS S ,
KM Second Street, MemplilN.
ALAROE AND COMPLETE STOCK Of PLL'MDKRS, OAS AND STR4M FITTER
Materiala, l'um.. Drive Wells. Iron. Lead and Stone Pue. Oaa Kiilurea. tllobea, hto
A.B.TREADlnf ELLa CO
Cotton Faclors, Wholesale Grocers,
No. 11 Union Street.
R.LCOCHRAN &Co
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I1W AHD FUXINMIIli jfAVT-TAHO.
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Molding, Lumber,
Lath and Shingles, Flooring, Oiifng; nd Cedar Votn,
!vfKvTlliIS. TEN Tf KSS.K
A. VACCARO&Co
IMPORTERS
WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS,
SLEDGE BKOS.,of Corao, Jlias.
SLEDGE WLEET
COTTON PACTcES,
JHo. 365 Front Street MemohU1 Tennem.
""HILL,MfAliil07
Cotton Factors and Wholesale Grocen
S0G-S9S Front St., Memphis, Tenn.
HILL, FONTAINE & 09.
Cotton Factors. Commission fi.erchar.fc,
Hit Ncufh Ufaln St.. 8t. ffnnia.
Fulmer.lhornto
Cotton Factors, Wholesale Grocers,
ftfo. 30O Front Nlr. s femiililM. Tenn.
(4lIC't'ENOK"J TO M
OM Stand, No. 0
THE LIVERMORE FOUNDRY AND MACHINE COMPANY
FOUNDRY & MACHINE DEl"llOtol74 Adams 8t.,McmphIp.
Iron and
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t-..finn. i' f :.
Baw-HIIK j
Crltaf-MlllahT
Jlonan
ft ' m nti Jt
HulKIInC
Work
QtiKml .
K-Hlra
IKON & RAILWAY SLTPLY I)El"T, 226 and 328 Swond St.
(RtKraasnra In this ici.arfment to J.HIV MASOUUE.)
aarWrlU na for infurmation on AN Y 1111M1 in either lino.
HOLSTEIN CATTLE.
AITI M5I IHPOIITATIOX-
MEMPHIS TS-..W., INNO.
STOCKMEN, farmets. dairymin, and all
fnnoiera of thia fniiioiia and favorite
brrcl, are informed thni ihe above thiimient
will eomiiriso a very choice assortment ol
BULLS UH months aid); VKARLINf IIKIF
KKSlto calve early in f-".ii CALVKa lof
both eeies anil dropt'ed thit aprliiK).
All pura-bred and arlm te t by noted juilt-pa
with the (treated care Irmn wel known Gut
ter families with hinh -idaa inllkiutt atrains.
Fartiea infix atrictlv firi"t-els anniiula
for foundation t-k to am- - ffully ctahli-ti
a betd, are c rdially iiivif 1 to correapond.
(lur prices will ba iiuii l rcii'onable i e rial
terms lorcrde'2. Ai'i ly !or lull intorinttiwk
to AlM.M-'iN X K'l Abii.-'i.
Jt4 Leadenhall trce-. "n,''!"i.',-nijland.
UKOH.N H IKO 1(1 I'll: HN II .
been ued in ihe f roily -l,ra. Lur.i
j .1. Jobnaoo.ini Main itrfit .-in t'lii-.'l on ti ,
tor bi loua (ever and chilis 'm moat a.ui
factory retulu. It ia taoir a'.k ndari lami.y
BieJicica. I
MA
Q. 8. WITT.
51 emthls, Terrm.
F. M. N0KFLEKT, Rcoldent Partner.
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EACH AN A IIORTOJI)
Union St., Memphis.
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Bar Iron,
Bollrrlraa
5 Hoon.naas)
t asq
JiHIiwl Iron,
ANaia,
t.lvfila.
(iiiiiiV.
Wnahrra
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A Valuable Patent.
Ditttd7'. (Home) Corn and ! Finn.
..
BAVINO perfected toy Invention, I w.rh
o vliine it belore tlie public, eapaolally
m nofarturore. as a Corn Planter, it it a
perleet 'ccoeas nuaaa tbe drill, distributed
the seed accurately, aniniurad, and eoverd
the tame, therot'V ona tif an performin. the
work of three, 'lou- bava been uaed in
tbtp lection lor over a dorrn years with ier
fee: sa'isfacticn. l-an tive reapoLStbla teiti
mon iai... J i 'ircaa
JOHN U IiANCY.Dancrvllle,
Hi.f.'i .l iniinl, l e
KJSMfh ATS Tu I MK FlUiNT-To
MrN4i. aeekinv (lovmn'ent Kiul
t riyiLent Q uay ol the dot urtoienta u'
iV'it.'oiiiKi.in. or Buy oilier pu.iuona un.ieJ
t'jeW .vcrpti'tnt. 1 wil' N.-n l full invruotioLl
as to how tv ' o ibla'n theaaje,
and !litn ritranai f .ipllrH'r i n
r.-eMt ol Oa Dollar. Ait.ir.wa JstMl
li tilKbii, 4.Ja-b u. .;Imuhi
Jhsj a. NnlllvstB.
VLoIeaale Grocers, Cotton Factors
And Commission Merchants,
232 aud 234 Front St., Itlempiiis, Tn.
Mr. I. S. RAISKY devotaa his whole time to tha weinhinir and aaia ot all Cottoe. antrasiel
to ear eharre. Totton Warehouaa. Waahmatim atreat.
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l. H. AL4TON,
E. W. IKIIItr.LL,
ALSTON, CROWELL & GO,
lnd rommleJrtitu Hprrhant. Hay, Corn 0:i1h, Ht Si, Chop letnl, Oil-!,
l.lo. , nn ul. I lal.-r, llalliliiiK auj l ira Brlci, Etc.
Cor. Front iiu I'nion. 1 Howanl's IUiw, Memphis.
AKUlt' iv M'HWaKI, New Orieaai, ANURKVV D.0WYK5B Mk.
STEW, Wit m.
Wliolesale Grocers, Cot,Factors
, ADD
STEWART BROTHERS & COSIPANY 1
O71T0N FACTORS AND COMMISSION SIKKCHANTS,
WOODS & SWOOPE,
CarrliiKCM. Kiikk'' Wkiik, IlarnvHx, SimIiIIcn, .Igrlculiiinil
IiiiiIiiu'iiIh hikI Marliliiery.
Doering Reapers, Mowers S; all Stool Hinders,
CHIEFTAIN HAY RAKES,
IVo. 3S2 Nm-oiiI Street Hf iiii1iIm, Tenn.
E. WITZMAM1T j Co
Wboliale JteMlra and I'nblUbrr",
Hula AtanU
Stoinwav , ES-xxcttoo
thlttl lJM HABOW a II AM UN. S I.OI WH WAKURK, 'IH
sarlNEW T-OCTAVB PIANO FUR
WrltA for niilnloirnwi. M.4; mul aXI IT OM l NTM MFMI'IIIM
MOTES I
par H ill pity Jo! for RIOTI'.N, (JIX I'ALLM mm
TKANIIY :orro. ot all lrlnoni. NimI for Tlrrnlar
and Irl'4'N l'ald.'
pvt. jst. s jf e.:e: jeu&, Tr.
75 Vance Street, Memohlii. Tenn.
W. A. GAGE fc CO.
Cotton 37xotoirs,
No. 300 Front Nlreet, : Stem ph In, Tea.
ABLER BRO, &CU 61 MAIN ST
W.LODUGLAS'
13.00
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ijwCSEST TAN
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LARGEST BREWERY IN AMERICA.
Jos. Schlitz Brewing Gompanv,
MXXjWilLXJKBII.
Itrtiut null Ini'liouM, cur. ValiA A.iil
S. ROSCH!LR. Agont, Memnhls, Tenn.
0
Hal, la lSHa, 0,CMMt Burrela NIk of Rfrmphl. Brunch, 100,0(10 Ur..
Nnlra In IHM.. Hno.lHIO llrrla.
mm
98
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apM
WHOLESALE
IIROGERS. GOTTOII FAG
And Commission Llorchani-;.
aut! 2CS Trout
nMk. Clark.
t. Clark
H. H. Hl'kf ,
lollowln, yirtt-Clus InitrumanUi
O. W. TOML1N.
WM. DKNJBS.'
NEW CARRIAGE FIRM.
Tomlin & Benjes,
170 Main St., Memplitii.
Offer special Inducementa lo'Open Mun,li
of our uwn make, at ir i Top lluvilaa ot
our own make, at II2U. All work war
ranted. Call baton yon buy.
tr llavlni dlapoaed of our entire stock ol
abides and tha Manufacturing lieoart
pient to Meaara. TOMLIN A liKNJhfj, w.
beieak for tham a auntlnuanca of th.
Iiaironaite so lona aitended to US.
M'OODlUlFP-Ol.rVKR
CAWRIAUK HaHltWAHK 7QMPAWV
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Latest Novelties in Footwear
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NI'pr.KlOB WIIKKtlAMNHir
LUWIr PKIC'KMI
A0KNT3 Kon TIIK FAMOUS
L. Douglasi J.OO Call Shoes
In Button, Lace and Congreaa.
XT Illustrated Catalogue and Price-Llll
Mailed Free on application. -
Chickasaw Ironworks
JOHN E. K.VN0I.I: ii ( O., I" K01 It's,
Second StJrjTeniphl-. Ttrl
MANUFACTfl'KR.S AM rEAt.rr.S IK
HKliifH, Itollt rs, ss.iiiiillf,
ftraillord 'orn hiiI H! al Mills,
i'otlou lr'tH, ollou ..ith,
SlmilliiK, I'lilly kn.
IIL JkorM'K We are - ' 1 erdcrr
rtn notice, pir inn coie " i
Hrenshi fnll.,. i ..
Iwo Hundred Aaaort. t - tc.
aar.nd for C'tlal i''i"Jir
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