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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL SATURDAY, JUNE 5, 1886.
THE CHI!EB ISDEMITT BILL
PASsED THE 8EJUTE.
The Bntis f Oar Coualar Ser
la the Howe.
Wasbisotxik, Jone 4. Eauft. The
Speaker laid Dofo-e tb Honse a eoe
nmnication from the Sicr-try ol War
pecommendii g t at f50,000 cf the
amount appnp it d by tbe act of
Match 3, 1883, 1 ir the armament of
lortifica iona be reappr printed and
made available for tuu toueiroct on of
Mr. Cox N. C called np, as a qrjf s
tioa of privilege, tbe repoit of the
Commitiee on C.vil Htrvue Reform
relative to the spprrpriation for the
improvement if tie levees at Jeffer
Bonville, Ind. The repoit ii accom
panied by a resolution diami Biog L.
. Warder, am ar t oorkeeper, fjom
the setvW o h H nw.
Mr. Ward Ind, offered aa a aab
. gtitutja rtto uii. u drciar.ug thstthe
evidence im this ce to not eus
Uinthsch res; ta. it is improper
for any officer or ercp:oye of the
the House 1 1 e k to i-fl Jnce legisla
tion either directly or indnec ly and
the action of L F. Wvd r as agent o(
the city of J ff. r onville, Ina., at a
time wh n vta"i'rwian employe
of the Eo iw, in see .rii g tie tervicis
of ana'tj ney o. tiirpuriose of in-
.flaeminn leg e t in, is an ppiova
by the Hotiiw.
Mr. Cox tpoke in favor of the adap
tion of tae r s lution ei.o.t d by the
committee. He tcok up and revi wed
the pamphlet isued by E. John E lie,
Joeeph E. McD.iuaid and Philip B.
Thompson in tntjport of Warder's
cate. He declared tiist the name cf
ex-8enat r McD. naldhai been lined
to the docutntnt lor tue pmpe it
bringing tnat (.cntlemaa's inflaenceto
bear upon Ihe Hous. He atssrttd
that the ifBuir.g if ih- pamphlet wae
unprcfu sioual, tnd he indignant y
denied that ho coiuiniuea nadctrritti
on the inve'tiKati mail grand jury.
The proceed. oks of hd ciiuui tteebad
been open ai d ato.e bond, and the
assertion I ha', it iat betn o herw se
was but a plan o j t e pari i f Warder's
counsel to excite ihe byu.pitby cf tbe
After a lorg debate, Mr. Ward
Ind witldr. w lis retout on, and
Mr.Oates Al . off ledin im thereol
arewlutiou decarng th-t the con
duct otLntter arda , baing at ihe
time an employe of iLe Hous, in re
ceiving mo.ey from the city if Jeffer
sonville, lud., to employ counsel to
influence the legislation of C nnss,
was a grots impioprn-ty, and exrtBS
ing the emphtticioudeuinet on of tue
House Ue'tof but Btat og tnat the
evidence add .cod, in ttie op'noncf
the Home, dots i ot rt-qure his ex
pnleion from ih'i olli e hh ilds.
This reiolution was agreed 10 yeas,
140; nays, 67.
The House tl'en went into commit
tee of the wbelo on the leg slative,
executive and judical appropriation
bill, but the cmiuiiitee remained in
tension only a.'e nv inents.
Mr. Boutelie Me. introduced a bill
re'atingto the tutus on tibh. Ke
feired. The li Is repi a's and strikes
from the free 1 at the paragiaphs pro
viding for the fie iiniioiUtion of
"fresh fish for xn dii-te consump
tion," ' fieh eoans) -i-U ft h bladders,
fith tmgnes tnrl eouude, h-.ke founds,
fish skins, and shrimps or other small
shell fish." Under .he schedule pr
visions it incret sei the duty on mack
erel from 1 to 2 cents per pound ; on
herring, pickled or salted, from J to 1
cent per pound; rn salmon, pickltd,
and other fish pickled in barrels and
tailed, cod Bounds, Ir -m 1 to 2 cents
per pound; cn fore gi-i aught fish,
otherwise than in banels or half-barrels,
whether Iresh, smoked, dried,
salted or p ckled, not spec ally pro
vided for, from 60 cnts to $1 per 100
Sounds; on snchoviesand taiaines in
oxes increased from 10, 6 and 2
cents per box to 15, 71 and 4 cents per
box; when impor ed in any other
form thsn in tin"b. xe, increased from
40 to 50 per cent, ad valorrm. The
paragraph providing for a duty on tin
cans containing fi-iu. is etrickun out.
'The duty on hih preserved in
oil, other than anrhovies and sardines,
is increased front 30 to 40 per cent, ad
valorem, and on salmon and all o'her
fleh prepared or preserved, from 25 to
30 per cent, ad valorem. The act is
to take effect thir y days alter its ap
proval. Mr. Bou'elle eays, ia reference to
this bill, that the so-celled re'aliatory
provision receu'ly addtd r.y Congress
to the shipping bill, however p'oper
and justifiible, will not be regarded
with much concern by ihe Canadians,
88 they do not tate much for the
privilege of purchasing bait or sup
plies in our por:s. Ha propose?,
therefore, to deal with the fiehing
quction praiti'ally by terminating
the tree importalioa of fish and in
creasing tbe import duties on all hah,
thus lOinpt UiuK the Canadian s to pay
more for th privilege of eellicg their
fish in the Uui'ed tkaiej.
The House then txik a recets until
7 o'clock, the evening section to be
for the consiilrat on - l pension bills.
In the Senate t-o-a.orlnglj offered
a resolut on wljiob, on otj-ciion by
Senator Beck, went over till to-morrow
calling on the S. crethry of the In
terior to inform the Senate whether a
certain cirtular hud betniBsued by
the Cimmnsinner of the General
Land Office, v.i h the approval of the
Secretary of the Inferior. Tne reso
lution recites in full the recent circu
lar to Begietera ai.d Receivers of land
offices ethting that no new applications
for entry auiwr the pre-emptioD, tim
bar cul n'e or dei-erc land acts wou d
be. received pen Jirg ec ioo by Congrees
on tbe report of ih se acts. 1 he reso
lution tjien pr weeds to dire' t the Sec
retary of tbe Interior to inform tbe
the Senate bv wl at art it as claimed
'that Cor grots lai del ga'ed to tbe
fjommistKner ti toe Ucuerai jana
Office, or to the Sfcretsry cf Ihe In
terior, or to those officers jointly,
tbe power to si spend by execniive
order the opera iou tbrouehout the
United States of the pre-empiion, tim
ber collars and deeeit land acts and
to deny to citsens of the United
States their rgt.u under svd acts.
On mot on of rentor Elmunds the
-Chinese indemnity bid was taken np,
bnt iof . rm illy lud aside at the re quest
of Sanatrr Allien to permit the con
sideration, of tbe cnna!ar and diplo
matic ancrrpriation bill.
Senator Conge', di cassing tbe ques
tion of consular ar.d d plrmitic duties,
aa:d what car country moet wanted at
(his t me. was live, bii.ht. in'elliuent.
enterprijing men in all countiies of
' the giobe to eve whi re Ame ican pro
ducers and meni'acarers could nod
markets for oir inrplus produce. He
thought tbe ditie of Ministe- r-"
dent and of Con-nl O :,r. s'. ol
e separated, i'.-e . ' '"' . w r:
some respec's inrom
Senator Al.teon i-.t -i ' .'.a a -.
of American tr-di u a beaut fa1
thing m torv ou 1 w l.i-o erva.
tion that ou C n-us had never a -corjplshd
any hrg for our com
, Senator Berk said that rtntil we bad
a teJrganis tim of ths Consular s r
vice we m git aa wdl have none. H
cited aewial instants of what had
bn pr o nnc 'd bf onr cus omt
officials t b alsar4 cer itJc t o s by
S)me of ou' f reign ii sms. Us sis
aid that Ux an imffic e: t aervi'-e on
tbe p ut of i ur CjihuI arr ad ! d o
their soc a' d.ttnui n a id r. cogni
t'on; they wern inri ed every wl er-,
wbile the vigil nt an effi iant Con
suls were tViooed aid bovcotted.
A g'oer.l d.ba evened, pa tini
pated ia by 8-o cr Co' g r, McMil
lan, Dawi, Allivmaid oiiir, oi the
general auhj t o' ti e Consular ser
vice a' d i a i.no i a n
In tbe course of ttie debate S-nator
Alison atirii utd nuch .f the dirB
caliy arising in the ma'er of nnder
v-doa'i n t the ajmrntdfl between
Con u's whose toupeuBntiori is re
ceivtd tlrouah ft. roreigt m. r-
hants si ioping g od to th Un t-d
States were import cu ei by theConiuls
who we" pa d by i es to net t ier cer
t ficate fr m thoeeC .nan a instead of
from i eg i ar sdared OorifU s in the
near neighborbo m. This u at er, he
thorgHt, dxenrvod ha attention of the
State Dei artment
At2o cock; tbs matter went over,
and tbH Chinise in'temnity bill was
theD plavd I e on the. Senate, a id
Senhtor Co.kr-ll t k tb flo r He
arttu"d s r mly a.aini t ;he bill. He
re. d at s me lert i f oin .h lli al
ccrreoi nd nce on ihe subject to eho
that hli the pi n. mgaed in thv
violence cimpliii.td of weie f l eitn
ers Ti is o r-r" nd-rce went also
tosowt'iat thus- for iijners, as well
as t ie Chinei-e p rs ns lomplauiin.',
hud been bronntit ;li re uuuer a sya
tera of c intiac a fur the snpu'y of
chtap !abir to hupp a it Amar can
labt rers. The Dluucss ha I baeu
br)uahttherss rfs, ito tbe kuowl
edge of the C. unso ovemu ent.
TieC inesi l ad he-u brought tl ere
to rui plant white l..b r, because t1 e
Chi ese errt umw like raves. 'Ihi
ditniinnh d repr sei t tives of th
Chiue e govern mi t, Serator Cockre 1
eai .', had uudi rtane i to enpi r ss, bu-
pi.ent.y, c r t Jinn.,re t:ie actual o i 'i i
of the di. turbtnee, ai'd had the
Sen-tore from He Y. rk, Oh o au i
Vermont He real f'om taw corie-
BDondume to eh w this, aod also t
nhow that no ie i f the part es went to
live or to work at ih ; plate wneie tne
violence o'dirred tin !er any protec
tion cf the United Sta ee. 1 h-y went
thi-re reiving fjr pn.tect: n on their
"uias'ers"- t'i company trat hired
tbein both, tie c'euiud tbat we were
require d to fiierd to the Ci inese or
any other lo.. liters anv greater npm
of relresti f r w ruirs tlun was given
tocit z-iie i f the I int'"dS a'es. When
w oxve themau equal remedy vn'h
our on cit jen . ur u ny was uis-
" . i i : .
charaed. Kenutnr Oockell reviewed
the legal pnee.'diLgs loiiowmg me
viidenco to shon Dmt the Oliineee had
taken no s'eps to die over or identify
the m-rsons commri ua ma viuieuce.
Tney piuierced to r-ly ou the gove-n-nifnt
for Dani"nt. They bad the
same right of reuio w in the courts of
Wyoiinnx ttiat Amenran c iraena nau,
and thov c mid eo toibe tinted S atse
courts in cases ih which citizens ' f tbe
Un ted t-titeB could not. Tbe United
States had done everything in the
prem ss that could te expected of a
lrieml'y goverum 'nt. Tnere was,
thern'ore. no leirat liab litv rrS'inir on
u . Wasthore a tioaty obli atun? He
ana!zed the various trta:ies with
China t sustain bis around that there
wan no such obligation. Henafor Cock
rell animadverted with severityon tbe
opition taken by Senators Hearts,
Edmunds and bhermai. He con
trusted tbe freedom enjoyed by the
Chine ss in the United State, even to
tbe extent of building their jess
houses w;th the limitations attending
the movements of c t s-ns of tna
United States in China. The bat is on
which the Setreti'V of S ate and the
President bad leccmmended tbe
claims covered bv this bill, was solely
that of pity for theChinRmen,andncit
because there was tbe slightest legal
or other obi g. tion Existing in tbe
nremieee. tie (oenatoruotK etii wouia
never consent to tax the sweat of la
bor of America for such a purpose
Tbe Coinese covernment would never
conpent to o mp nsate Americans in
China lor violence done to tnem oy
other foreigners, such as Englishmen
or Frenchmen in China. Toe diplo
macy of China had been caieful to
protect China from such claims. Sena
tor Coukrell quoted from some of our
. . . ... -n ... : . 1. : .
treaties wiwi uiuya iu suiw.u iu
statement. Xvo pnrciple ot justice
equity, lociprocity or Chrstianity re-
qmrea us Hi pay ciu'.ms ui hub cuar
At tho conclusion cf Senator Cock.
rell's Bpeech the bill was brought to a
vofe 8n1 pmed yees, ou; cays, ju.
The S rnitois voticg iu the negative
were: Beck, Berry, C.iekroU, ijoke,
Ensr-s, (ieorgo, Harris, Maxey, Mitcn'
ell Ore.! antt Vent.
Tub bill authomes the President to
ascertain tbe actu.il loeecs sustained
by Ch'namen by tbo riot at Book
Spriug. Vy. T., in September, 1885,
and to pay such losses. The amount
V .1 .1.1.1
aipropiiea Dy tne di 1 ur mm pur
po-e is il-,U,t u i.
The Shi a'e then resumed consider.
tion of tbe cnnsalar aad diplometic
appropr a rm bill.
Oi reai-hire the approptiation of
f2270 as iha American foritribut;on to
tl-e ma-n'soance of the lutrcational
Bureau of Webb's and Measures,
Senator Cot ger attacked the item. He
ridiculed the idea of a thinge in our
long establiBhed sys emol weights and
measare.'. and saw do ufe ia contrih-
nting to an international bureau. Hn
was SBtonished that statesmen with
the Anglo-Saxon predilections of the
the chairman of the Coimitte on
ArDroonat;ons (Senator Allieon).
and tbe Sco'ch prejudices of tho
Senator from Ken u ky (Beck), as
staunch an Am ricai, Senator
Conwr Slid, B ever lived. Sen
a'or Conner said this was en attempt
to undermine our American weights
and measures, lhtsa Senators could
have no pwposte-s oos lor tbe num.
m"ries for Krercti, Snanish or I'a ian,
Ihore micht be eouie few Senators
who krew what a grammar was.
rLauahte'l Ko doubt tbe distin
guished, learned and polyglot Senator
from ew York (Seniior tvartsj
knew. The English largunpe, the
American languaite, was g od enough
for ns. fLauihter.l Senntr Conaer
ciea'ed some emusement by delicate
allusions to tbe Presidential aspira
tions of Semt jrs, and though he dis-
Ctaimed being an aurnrst laughter J,
be wurned S-natois that it was dan
gerous to p rm't any tamperirg wi'h
tbe we g i s and measures it our peo
n!e inftvor of f Helen rae bods.
After an erlanatiou of tbe item
by Sona.ors A' -oo and hvaite, Sen
tnr rjnnucr i fn irtrik it out.
Tb's lUii'i'i.o v,ris if .'Ud ve. 1
fV;if.tor (tv,.;..r.; Mrtys, 'J. '
il 1L" '. r.
In.- -v. .iboiit i.'..". r - i'
'...I, 'i ' ir.u l t:i! t i in '.i. .
?rf-!C.'rl'e for h
Dead Rats Used to Give
It ia MtoBiihin th amount of Midi,
coma and drf-iuffi which arc conrtrUd
oto plUb winci, and nlithed br th
Bciaiveetinf drinktri. Fortune! bing
mad at th builoeu, and the health of th
eooiumtri rained by tb ifintis fraadi in
thii lint at trad. Th own ni w edit of
th ln itig ion of fraudulent proprietary
medicinea ie being driven In by herd knocki
fro a. th Marieved partiei, tnd torn inch
Mt'0'iv policy ia neoeaiary, to i.em th
tide o( adulteration and fraudulent manu
facture vf winei. Talki with varioui per
oni eonreraant ith the ubject har dii
eioaed a 1 imantabl lack of honwty in th
preparation of medicinal winei and bever
age!. It is mora the rule than tb exception
for port win to be oomposed of cider, lyrup,
gum kino, and tartaric acid, and lor claret
to b niade Irom a decoction of orria root,
wator, raapberry juice, lyrup, and cochi
neal, while mit of ttie iheiry win on th
market is a combination of choap material!
oolored with alkanet root. To bring up
(Ut" wine a common practice ii to drop a
few rati into a cask through the bung hoi.
The rat fUvor ia laid to be "perfeotly d-
licioui," but th a ellen are careful not to
laiupl it, leavim that deliihtluK?) privi
leee for the innocent buycra. Much of th
mported Huff ii hatdly luitabl (or th
rwill-tub, much leu to I sold over the
counter for pitienti and table U'a. Arti
ficial wine are uuuuf jclureil extenaively,
nd aold either ulone or in admixtures with
aictain i roportion ol nuine wine. TAc
Dntgqintt Vin'ular and Chfmual Ctiidlc, p,
6S, Aiir. A, lani.
How the Public is Swindled.
Bow little thought the publio gives to what
it buya ia illustrated by referring to the eheap
an I na-ty preparation! of ' beef, iron and
wine." "cb'a wine," etc A well known
cheml't recently puhl abed tb remit ol
soui invextiiritionn into tne "cheap' of
lennita. Me found that not a eing e iami lo
of ibe quinine pnla oi ntained what waa
claimed. auy ot in oeei, iron sun wmt
tonica eonWind not a aiuale veatine ol th
beef, and barely a trace of iron, while ttie
wine" were so only In name. A h'trde of
ooca wines hive sinungupof la'. Coca is
not only a scarce amo1' that is, a good re
liable article-but ia aiao very expensive.
In aixteen of the eami le! examined the'
was not a veatine of oooa to be disoovere I,
while in the other lour there was hardly
i.i..r llian & ff nnM. iJtimmon BOOB OUllht tO
tell the avera.e buyer that a good wine
auch a one ae is lit 1. r perons outot heallh--ia,
in itsell, an expensive item. Now add
iron, beet, 0' ca, eio., a oiny veriteoiB
idotcan eipe't quality with eheapneas. If
ti..nflt HrniniMtM and hoi ent urenarationi
are to be driven to the wall, lot tbat rreat
aa, the puhdo, blame itself for it. " " "
It ia well known th' the Liebig Oomp'ny
abaorbs afcout all ol th- reliable oooa that
reiohea our luaraet, and that it usee nenrly
all of it in the preparation of its Coca lieef
Tonic and Coca Wine. inejmencuasciciiiiar
MEDAL OF SUPERIORITY
Awarded to the Liebig Co. of New York for
itM Coca lieef Tonic preparations by the
committee of in It-en and exports ot tne
(J rami National Exhibition of the American
Institute of Now Vorx.
Highest Medals the World Over
HIKE CI It AND MEDALS.
Llehia Co. 'a Coca Beef Tonic embodies the
nutritive elements of the muscular lilne,
blood, bone and brain of carefully eclcc.ed
Each tableapoonf il repreienta the essence
of one ounoeof cnoioe beet in aolution in a
au ran toed quality ot (gpaniah) Innwrial
Crown Khnrrv from tbe vinnvarda of Meaars.
tiontalee, llyaaa ft Co. of Jeres. in Liiebltr
Co. imports its sherry direct from thii old
and eelebrated firm of sherry growers. As
an example it may be stated tbat under the
terms ot tne contract tor law messrs. on
.!... llvaja A Co. are rauuirad to deliver
6UU0 gallons of Imperial Crown .Sherry to tho
rew lorn aenot ato... or tne bieoig Liuoora
tory and Chemical Works Co.
Liebig Co. 's Coca Beef Tonic alio contains
an aisured quality of coca. It alao contuins
CITRATE OF IltON,
Tt ia not a secret nreimratlon. Its ingredi
ent are open and public, and It is suamu
teeil to c ntain not only ALL that we lay it
doe, but lanu in meae uays 01 auoiuiriiu.ui
t hi. ia ot the hiheat inuiorlfinnpl TIIK MA-
TKRIALS i;sKD ARE UL ARAN TKKU to be
of TH KB EST. , , ,
.Not every Kind ot ancrry is naapten to tne
sytlenis of those "out of hnlth." It re
quires not only nicety of jiiilitnunt in select
ing an aiiiiroi.riule aherrv. hut alan tiHiici.jal
knowledge and skill, to aelect n HENIlINE
Sll EH RV V PKOi'ER 0 KA UK AN U I1UDY .
Nor doea Coca blend well with every kind of
wino. and herein lies tho aerret or tne
worthlesMioss of all attempts at couipytition
with tho Liebia: Co.'a Cooa Hee Tonic prep
arations, lticriiifl unneopssary to auy Unit
filmrrv has iilu-iiva lii."ii the k i liar of wino lor
inv.tlnln. S'or nocl ivo n.td ttiat it ia. if
pr.o a costly n ine. Huyinir it as wo do by
the tliousHOils o. crallotis, direct l'rotn (min
ers ot tbo hinhest rcpu-ntion, not only do we
rofiire nn assured .nia'itr of nine, but also
nt a prioe an Ur b-low ttiat, which the iun.il
buver must puy, ill t il h-coiues ae't evident
that an &' ticlo ol the iiuality we oIL-r nui
not possibly he reproduced by small maiiu
fscturors. Tbe thi.usunds an.i hundreds of
thousands In all parts ol tbe wor.d who have
used the Liebig Co.'a Coca Beef Tonics, aro
no doubt lu ly convinced of this, or our aalea
would not be, aa they are (or this year,
OVER TW EN 1 Y-F1VE thK CEN T, beyond
our la-gest record.
OLR RCLliS. No cheap gooda. Only
honest goods lit h nest p. ices. Buyers who
look for cheapness only need waste no time
over our productions.
"Uavingbeen msde acquainted with tbe
mode of preparation and the composition of
Coca Beef Ionic, I have ordered it for pa
tients requiring tonic treatment. Such pa
tienta deriv.d marked and decided benefit
from it. Scientific men are becoming more
and more impressed with tbe necoifity of
supplying by nutritive injesta tbe wear and
tear of civilised li?e, and the Coca Beef
Tonic is oomposed ol materials well suited
to fulfill the neceaeary lejuirements for
whioh it has been prepared.
J. M.C.tHSOCHArf, M.D ,
Prof Surgery, N. Y. Medical Ci llnge; Kur-
feon-in-Oitef State Emigrant II epitna,
Vard's Island, N. Y.i Ex-Health ufficer
Portol New xork."
From Prof. GRANVILLE COLE, Ph. 1)..
Fellow of the Royal l hemical Society of
London, Fellow Royal loetiluto of Cnemis
try, eio , etc., ("on of Sir Henry Cole, Di
rector of Kensington Museum): "Liebig
Co.'a Coca Beet Tonic speedily relieved aad
cured me of debility, consequent upon indi
rection and malaria. Others who have utod
it upon my recommendation are equally em
phatic in behaif of its real merits and ex
cellence." InvalnaiblA te nil who sird Ran
Dwa, arrvn, Itvaprptlr, Hllloaw,
Mnlairlwaa. r sffllsiwl with wr.fc
kWar;i. BE1 AHt,or IMITAriiiM.
Her MajeHtj'a FaT'ni'p ( ii-.t. "?
rr7 lii ' 'v l -u; .
' !v- J-..5 5 rt w.'.L'.- .,, I 11', K.'..!-.y
l I. 'I . i .
ft efl ., S r
I I' I II.' t
' N. V, llftct, 'is Jlu rru j Slrv.-t.
Bow many terrible ache one's poor head'
haa, and what eutfering a eanaed by theaaa
t.-,.nK n 1 1 H r iitt la hail friim tiirmta
li1la.iil. or Sick Beedactie) by the of
aNMMAvke Which la not a cnre-all, but
SVVWAWAK, whlcn t, , cura for Nervooa
Dlulia Vannlrla. Rhaiimatlma. Hriallce.
and tioal. No proprietary medicine has erer
obtained ftx-h trau( endursement from th
yOm BALM By A1X DRUGGISTS.
A. A. MtlttEg. 8o Ptoprwaor. 7QQ
J. A. BAIXIT.
J, I, BAILEY & CO,,
330 Second Street, Mempliln.
TjAROB AND COMPi BTB STOCK OP PLUMBKR8. O A8 AND STS.M FtTTBRS
Material!. Pumps, Dr v Well!, Iron. Lead and -"tone Pip. Has Fixtures. Qlobea, Kte
Cotton Favors, Wholesale Grocers,
No. 11 Unlo i Ntreef. : : Kl entiihU, Tens.
- ' -SM'r''".,,Xk.V . Jr
,ev A ' '''r;'.i1...
9 a tlhmtsmmslmma s
RAW AID PLAHINU-HIIX. HAVT-TAsaD,
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Molding, Lumber,
Lath and Shingles, Flooring, Ceiling and Cedar Touts.
A. VACCARO & Co
WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS,
JMo. 365 Front Street
Hill, FONTAINE &
Cotton Factors and Wholesale Grocers
806-298 JFront Ht.9 J&emphla, Teiin.
HI, FONTAINE & CO.
Cotton Factors, Commission Perchants,
TSo. HO Sentli Main Hi., HU laiul.
iFulmer.Thomtoi & Co
Cotton Factors, Yholesale Grocers,
W. 3JO Front Hirt. t ?1iuUh. Tnti.
, (NUtW-hNOKH III ,HEA IIAM A HOKTON)
Old Hlanil, No. 0 Union St Memphis.
THE LIVERftORE FOUNDRY AND MACHINE COMPANY
FOUNDRY & MACHINE KPT,100tol74 Adams St., Memphlp.
Englnre, -'' fw'Jfe-V'V.
si" 'sail -siii aan .
rlt- Mlllihl .'V.-V.Wa.
front V- ..... .
Kepnlra. . ... v1-- j
IRON & RAILWAY SUPPLY
ifiaoiHwaors In thla lepartment to JOHN M ANOOUK.)
MrWrlteos (or information on ANY HUM in either line.
STOCKMES. fcrroers, dairyonn, and all
fanciers of thin famous and favorite
brxed, are informed t H t tbe abnre abiinnent
will eomprise a vary cbolre assortment of
BULLS (18 mnntlis ld) i TBARLIK'J HKIP;
EhSltooaWe early in )H7); CALVES (of
bota sexes and dropwd this arrlna)
All pure-bred and S' leoted by noted jndre
w ilh the rauit aafe from wel - known but
ter famili s w:th bih-laas milkma atraina.
Par'ie. w nt Dtt tri"tly drst-olMS aniia.ls
' -f..aadation -lk to sue e-sfu'ly eatabliah
b her '.. ira o rlially iaviled to cirr.ionit.
liui ii'i iv " (' T 'ind reo.alile a.ecial
t 'to i.r iu. r-. '. i ,: Tir full tnlormatieo
u, !'.t .. ' .V K'-.fON.
M ,!l '. I- ii 1 ' : .
iti m is it .
ivHuuai Mipanoe to aof ooker aaw-
Harcima It rtanbe e Mm flalet twee
nam a i
rau Kracun,M.D.at Paal. Mln.
Rave satf TovsMUXt ss ee r4 ISwmlerW
HaadMhae wUh la UM my IwIhiii
la auvuli HauraorW fraai M w neeioeitad,''
a Uomisi M. D U snetl Ohio.
"TowoiiTw. has alnwnoyMgoodirrleeBB(we
aaMol habitual KmJww"
Turn nua,is M D Aa TT Bfa.
nuiB Ulf wii rtn inn rta
sarf til waHiirnnTiiw aw aim: wt umm
PRrra own rxu.cAR rsK ihittlb.
0. K. WITT.
F. M. NOKFLEET, Kcaltlent Partner.
I m bO.
, ' una
' Jthft Iron,
DEPT. 22(i and 228 Second St.
A Valuable Patent.
DaMaajr'a (Hosts) norsa aad Pea Plaav
HAVING perfected my Invention. I wlrb
to plaee it before the pnhlie, eapeoially
mnnfaeturers. As Corn Plantar, It Is a
perteet 'uooess opeas tbe drill, diatrlbaUd
the seed ancirately, aninlared, and eoverd
the same, thereby one man performine the
work of three. Tbe hay beeo nsed in
thii section for over a dosen years with per
feetsatlstaotlon. Uan civ responsible testi
monials. Address .
J0UN it. DANCT.Densyville.
tlavwoivi eoentv. T'-,w.
DEKOUKATS TO TUB FKONT-1'J-araeaB
seeklni Oovernmeat Bml
riloymont in any ot the departments a
v. K.i.'actOD, or any oiner po.niun.
' .1 in n-nenl, I will land full lasuootion
I tfii fi I . w t. 'mimk1 to obtain thesauie,
IU ia i.ru.H nt Ajipliaatloa on
i ;! .,i . -K.lii,r. ress iH
r ''.i!.ri, imk tax 4v, r
1 1 I IS I I I
Vlioleaale Grocers. Cotton Ltara
1 And Commission Merchtnts', '
232 and 234 Front St., Uempliis, Tena
ngmm adim a nrrunoi.
Mr. I. K. BAIN IT deTntea his whole time to tke weighing and sale of all Cette Crwts
In nar chart. Ontu Warehnaa. Waahiattnn etnet.
r. m. autoi,
M. W. IIOWXLL,
ALSTON, CROWELL & CO.
Aid Commission Merchant. Haj, Con Oats, Bi m, Chop Feed, OU-XmI,
Lisa , Cement, Plaater, Bullillnar and Fire Brick, Et.
Cor. Front ami Fnlon. 1 lloward' Raiw. MpmphlR.
a.M)hKW 8TKWAKT, Mew Orleans),
I I UIH
Wholesale Grocers, Cot. Factors
NO. 356 AND WIN FKOVT STHF.ET, KJ'JKl'MIN, XrjSS,
STEWART BROTHERS & COMPANY1
urrniN paitokm and cosmisnion mkuchants,
WW OKIF.tVN, I.I'1NM.
U'holoMilsj I3alra aul Publliihflra,
1I A 1 Slkii H HAN It H A
IklWia mlM MAftON aa HAKa I IN, (UltuH A WAKItKH, CHI
t.FJafclal j.JJt C i auci on auk ukuam.
sf-A NSW T-OOTAVB
Write fnv fatalnpT.. and
atrUIII pay feoixl I'rlcra
TUASIIY C'Orro. ot nil lUwriptlouM. Ncnd for Clrcatlar
And Irln 1'aUI
3NT. -xw. s jp e:e RS, Jr.
7S Vwticw trt. MwvvinhU. 1 i in.
W. A. GAGE & GO.
PTo. OM Front Kirett. : Iff Auait-liU. Temn.'
ADLER BRO. & GO.,261 MAIN ST
a... nn. lnl . 0' f Latest Novelties in Footwear
W. IJULiL Ab stnrrx 'or bprinj bvmmir-
x. I Cf 1
i BEST TAN
VVARRANTSO & ggC ..e.l'.l
JOHN !(. SPEED & GO.
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
SALT, BAGGING AND IRON TIES,
ao: IMIONT ST., - 31 KM r HIM, THO.
AO enth pon
Ohio Kltrr iiimI HtlflilKiui Nail Coiiipinih ,
J. l'alnU'r and Nmm fiCslmrx Ainw TJot,
I .a 111 n iinu i:. il I'iMKlfi- C'ouipuuy.
BEST BRANDS OF PURE JUTE AND FLAX BAGGINGS
LARGEST BKEWKKY IN AMERICA.
Jos. Schlitz Brewing GompanVp
MEMPHIS KltANCH, llrpol eud lo liuiiae, iwr.HaleAAa 'll
S. ROESCEU.R. Agent, Memohla, Tenn.
MaOaa la mam. KVO.OUO Barrels Hnlrm of Meiunhle Braaxa, 100,000 Kt
Hmlfm In II.H4. MnO.IMIO llMrrel. .
And Go n
K. J, aterk
B. H. HAUBT.
AtlUKEW D.ttWYNiJR Maun
T iY W III
I Ii I M La UV UUl)
followloi Vlrst-Olass InitruinanUi
Adll, WAHI.IR. l. I. PBAHE aa CO.
a a. I- w u Kl:l. n.
PIANO FOR tjl0.-jl
1r..ajPsJl.la NT.. H PfffpffUl
fur MOTKN, FALLS Mat
0. W, TOMLIN. WM. 1IKNJBB.
NEW CAFF! AGE FIRM.
Tomlin & Benjes,
17! Main St., Mfinplil.
Offer aponlal Indue, uini.te In 0n BunileJ
of our own mahe, at Ml Top lluniiies ol
our own make, at tl. AM work war
runCoJ. Call nature you buy.
S)r Ilavlna dl"poaiil of onr entire stock ot
Vahli'lea and tho Miiniifiiotu rl in )l'art
moiit to M.aara TU.ML1N A llhNJKS. we
bispeak for tliom a oontlnuanoe of tb
patronage so Ions extended to as.
CAmU'HK .t IMHIIWABHI (K)MPA1y.
ei iiiiiT atTi.aai
HUPEKIOU WOBKn AMSJHIP
AQKNTS FOR TUB FAMOUS
W. L. Donglaii 93.00 Calf Shoes
In Button, Lane and Congress.
IUmtraM Catalmne and Prloe-Llit
Alaueu free on aiiitiioaiion.
JOHN . RADLE Jt CO., PKOPB'S,
08 Second St. Memphis, Tenvt.
jFOUNDEltS & MACHINISTS,
MANUFACl'UUEKS AND DKALKRS IN
iiKtiieN, IIolle-rM, Nawmills,
Ilraillord Coru and Wheat Mill,
Cotton Trews, C otton UtiiA,
MianiiiK, rulleyrs c
HPECIAL NOTK'B-W are prepared to fill order,
on so... notlc. for th eele rated ldar f ateat
Wntaathi '.u. Pelley. Ws earn ia llook 0T
Two Uundred Assorted Mwl,
aa-Kfnd for Catalorne and PHee-Hst.'