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MUm FREE TRADERS
AH ADDRESS TO THE PEOPLE OF
THE UNITED STATES.
A Bcply to the ArgnmenU Adranced
ay the Friend or Pro- '
Nkw York., August 20. The fol
lowing adilro.-s of American Frfe
Traders hsg bexn published : .
To the Friends of Freedom;
Tbe inability of Urge Itotuocrnt'c
majority in the national Hours ol
KrpreBtntatives to pass a bill for tariff
reform looking only to the removal of
heavy burden of taxation from a few
great industries, and the rrfimai of the
representatives of the Kepub ban
party and tbeT allies to evea candid -r
the abatement of taritl taxation iaany
degree, imperatively calls for ag
greaHive ana ancompromising olitical
action by the friends ol commercial
freedom. There can be no doabt that
a major by of the American people, at
preaont acting in unison with one or
the other ol the two great .political
parliee, are convinced of the practica
bility and necessity of tariff reform
and the abandonment of the hitherto
dominant polity of high, discrimi
nating and unnecessary taxation. A
clear statement of the iaeno between
the protectionists and the free tracers
is of itsalf a demonstration of thetrota
of tliii raeition. Oa the one side tbe
advocates of "protection" start with
the asiumpUon that, under a free and
republican form of government, the
power of taxition may be !a lolly
used U aid private enterprises and
build np private fortunes, on
the fasa pies, now demolish!
by the bard loic of the facte, that
aucb legislation hitters bus. net
and raises wages. For a long period
they bnve reduced tbis awumpttoo to
practice by Imposing heavy taxes on
articbs now noceaeary to the processes
of gro.it domeetic iuduttriee for the
bent-lit c( special interujts of very
email relative importance to the aggre
gate industrial interests ol tbo whole
country. Thus for years pant onr
fiscal policy has been practically dic
tated by the manufacturers of pig iron
and the growers ol wool, although the
aimrosaie values ot the annual product
-ol pig iron and wcol la not equal to the
value ot the annual egg ana poultry
crop of tbe country.ejiil uot to bo com
pared with the va uo of either bay,
wheat, corn orotton. fcinboldeneU by
long toleration the domands, of these
special interests increase in andantty as
is ehuwu in the recent proposition of
fcSaiucel J. Kandall.tbeir representative,
to advauce the duties on tin pUtofrom
1 ta 'j rents per pound. This article
is uxeu lurgely 1 jr the preservation, by
canning, of an txoesi ol oar nia',
Tegolabl", fruit, llili and o'.l products
which, without such treatment, could
not be umrkotr d, but would be wasted.
Tho present tluty, Ireigrits and com
ruissiois added, constitute a bounty
which would cover the payment
of double the wniros paid
in the tin plate Industry
In Urea'. Britain, lint as the foreign
mutnifneUira is conduottil at a mini
mum of profit (the price of tin plate
bciniz the lowtet ever known in his
tory), tho present tax is regarded as
lnimthc ent, and Mr. Handall propiBt,
in spiti ol an overflowing Treasury, to
iricetHe this tax from $11,01 0,(KW ta an
apgroKHte of 116,000,000 and collect ly
ailuiijn to the coit ot the preservation
of mea', flsli and fruit (doeioaBing osr
export market Hcrorilmgiy), the milk
pans and cans of every farmer, the
conking utentilri and dinner pail of
every w orkiiinn and the construction of
every dwellinghoupe and railroad car
In tlio country all fur tho benefit of a
few Iron iruinifactorers and capitalize
In lVnunylvauit. On the other t-ido
tlie prinuipleB of free trndurj may bo
fllmplv f In tad us follows:
1. They domand that the whole
system id Federal taxution bo so re
constructed and readjusted that all
the tnxoi the pooplo pay bIihII be re
ceived by the fcovorniiieiit without the
diversion of any pait for the fostering
of priv te intornttts.
Taut the promotions and true
vroteutinu of American industry is to
bs fom:d In the removal of all taxes
from articles which constitute tho
fouudat on, or are necessary to the
procefBes, of our various industries,
and tint the Incidence of taxution he
rentriitc I as far as possible to articles
which are ready for final consumption
and ot which the usa is voluntaiy
rather than necessary.
3. Tney cUiim that the aham'on
luont ct tho pieHOut liipH ciibcrimina
tion and unuuctsinry tun 11 taxes, and
tiie levy of national revenue in a com
paratively few article ou which taxes
cau be collected with the leint inter
ference with the freely chosen pur
suits of the people are the nocemtry
Btcp to g ailmlly iueure t) the coun
try fl t industrial uinploymerit Rinl
Ligh wiui-r, an fclinndiint protection
ami low eott, extended markets and a
purmunt" t reviv.d of commercial ac
tivity. Tho trndo competitors ol the
United Stntes aie loaded down with
debt and with the support of great
atndingarniiet, which in Uirnciitiil
a burden of taxation 8 beuvy an to
irii) air their re oiirces, cripple the on
wgles ot their people and increa'ie the
cojt of tli,-ir pmduc'F. To successfully
make the r.ci for trade with nations
thus lumpeied it ie orly oce:siry
that t;ie people of this country adopt a
ax policy diametrically opposite.
Other nations mint then itfeband their
armies and sot their Boldidrst) work
with bettvr wnitrs and batter sobiit-t-cuco
than they now have, to atlotd
them auy chance far cmupetiLg with a
country to rich in resources, so intelli
gent and ait'.ve in respect to popula
tion, end to tree in respect to goverc
nient as tho United States.
It is for such a rgtult that the Amer
ican Free Trade Lfanne Invite tho Co
cpemtloa of the patristic men of all
political partiss. The recent trial of
Btrength in Congress shows that a
chanue ol n single district iu boll ol
the Sta'es from the side ol tho pro
tectiouiftH to tho side ol tin free trad-
ri is all that is required to reform tbo
revenue system of the, government,
lu mure than this number ol diitricls
a change cf less than 5 per caLt. In
th vote will chanire tbe diftrict. A
comparatively small number ol thre
opposed by ronviction to a pobcyei
taxation restriction asserting them
flelves act A'ely can thus pro iuca the
detind result. It is therefore eewn
tial tint eich friend of commercial
freedom, in anticipation ef tbe nomi
ca ions iu his Conprestioral dibtrict,
ehall determine and as far as posnible
yublicly declare bis delermication not
lo vo'e'f.ir sny candidate for Confrere
who Is rot opposed to a tariff for
""prpU'C'tcn," except where it is ueccs
oary to defeat by electing an avowed
rrott: i :ni-t epponent a candi
d..to who straddles I)-mocrcy
kiv" iiiL r nu ti monoooliita and
trat'er in tMc;al len:Blati n on the
one band, while claiming support
fiomt.ie Ui.irg taxpaying m-ssoj on
ibe?'.'ur. In what cases it may be
1 ,cbt to m a-t ind-.!ppr.(lect candidate
in tue tie d and la what ot:iors t jao
tsin from voting must be left to the
free traders of each district to decide
for themeelTra. Added to this, let
very friend of the cause diligently
arrive to extetrd hla local influence by
djffnting so and econom'e literature
and by promoting the organisation of
clubs of five or more portoua in as
many places as he can reach. Such a
system require no large expenditure
of money, and need not be necessarily
dependent on the direction of any
central oriranixttioo. but such an or
ganisation will exiat, and will be Bli
the stronger from the multiplication
and co operation of independent and,
in a large dree, individual action.
It la t'uia pos-ible that this mav be ac
complish by tfce force cf public opin
ion with bi tb paities, compellit g the
arquieec?ncs of those in p'jwer. But
if the continued failures of the Demo
crat in Corgrow, helped by liberty lv-
ing lu'pub.icanp, to cany any practical
measures of tar 11 refnrin coutioue to
be met by tho oppesition of tbe Ite-
fublican party organization and its
emocratic alliee, Pamociatic and
lie publican frse traders rmt units to
debtroy a paity which Cinuot carry
out ita own principles, to supercede
witn new party ot lreeuom ana com
pel the advocates cf restriction to
join together in the open field. Our
democratic form cf republican gov
ernment requires at le -st ooe great
party ceviDg the cinrge oi its con
victions and readr tj stiow itself s
party by risking defeats in defence of
lis principle, n iu rmimK r""
fait to face the vital issue of the day,
the organisation of the league will
f ormh the nn leas or tbe wider parry
development that may prove neeearj .
ror the preeent loaepmueni acnon
in the Cjng-ar:onil ditt-irts will ac
compliah every purive. The.Ameri
cao Free Trade I.cue have reason to
believe that where cot in abiolnte
mei'W.ty tee cambrr of free trade
votes in moot cf the Congressional
districts is intiic enUy laige to hold the
balance ol power between the candi
dates of the two great political parties,
and it oolv remain with those to whom
this appeal la cow made to declare
whether tbat piwer shall now be
to intelligent. y exeniisod as to make it
both feared by po it'uans ana re
spected by statreaun. Let tho first
Men be tAen and the battle will bo
David A. Welti, J. B. Sanrenl, A. W.
Ttioruu. J. L. CowIm, It. W.St. John,
llerrr W. rnbm, John L. llunler, leo.
L. Wallace, W. U. Buraiufr, of Connecticut.
JueUri Uulnr, E. W. Jud.l, J. 11. Moore,
A. L. Perrr, Preenutt Ken, W oodward lind
K'B. of MMchuetU.
Cnrle K. Allen, D. M. Hill, Geo. E.
Hidner a. Kidnr, J. P. Bernoldi, oi Rhode
Everett P. Wheeter, R. U. PowVor, Geo.
F. Poabodr, 11. II. 1). Stapler, Henry Oeorgo,
K P. llojrle, oraee . Douiiog, llor.-e
White, J. 6. Moure, A. A. Healer, U. H.
Putnam, E. J. bhrirer. 8. W. ll'ejuon, U.
II. Ohamberlnln, A. K. Wnlradt, Orange
Hard, A. H. Dlnen, barid llai. Aniley
Wllnix at N York.
Daniel Drake tiuiith, Joi. A. MoCroery, of
new Jorrer. .
Wm. Hlokorly, Jas. D. Uaneeck, of Penn
ylvenie. J. 0. Smith, Itenj. fleece, Chane Wbeoler,
W. f . FlKhhaok, I'. 8- O'Kourke, Louti
llnw and, Linciloy Vinton, J. V. tjiiuouton,
K. M. Trumbull, F. W. Blolk, Kdwln Bur
rett Smith, W, X. liaker, b. T. K. Prime,
Uon. J. Dtene, of llliuoii. .
W. 0. llrownlee, U.J. Martin, Kufni F.
Sprnirue, t. W. Rlilianln. of MichUm.
J.E. FolleU, A. I. Chipin, of Wiaoun-
Henry J. Phiplet, W. W. Wllmer, Illchard
M. Sinn, of Iowa.
Knock liarpote, John M. (Jullowoy.of KftL
ann. P. J. Smilley, John W. Willis, of Minno
N. B. llarwood, John II. Ames, of No
bniilta. Win. Cullon Oaston, of Oroiiin.
Poitoyfl. WilRfin, of Colorado.
W. . htltlion Uutobinion, of the Difltrlot
w. o. liibboni, Wm. Dean, of Tlolawitro.
It. Deveroaux loylo, Louil 11. lilalr, of
K. W. Knott, of Kentucky.
.1. J. IlarKiin, of Hnuik Carolina.
Ilnllon Hniith, of TonneMoe.
Charlm K, Koririi'on, of Florida.
t'uifiui Cartur, i . Union, of l'ciai, and
Isphohl'ic) tms APriiL.I
Jackson, Miss., Angnet 2!). A telo-
grntn recMved here from Ool. Hooker,
at HiirriHtown, gives tho following re
sult of the vote in Franklin county
Saturday, which, Co'. Hooker says, is
ofliclsl.tto wit: For Hooker Smyrna
Preclnot, 0 delegate; Anliocti, 5j
Pine (Jrjve, 5; Hamburg, 5; Knox
villo, 0; total, 27. Fur Birkidale
Koxii. 11. The total vote ia C2. Nec
essary to a choice, 32. Hooker is sure
of Meadvlllo, which bat 7 votes, giv
ing him a clear majority of the county.
Cut llieTliroHl From Eni lo Ear.
Austin, Tix , Aug. 30. A special
to the AVu'd from Sau Aotonio says:
Cypriauo Seras met Antonio Kodjigues
iu Kspino'a's saloon yetterdny morn
inn, and iovited hlni'to drink. They
drank together, bnt wbfii George. Oib
son, tho baikoHper, demanded the
money (or the dtinki Suras declined to
pv. tvjitngues then sata ti oeras:
"If you are not man enough to pay for
the drinks ymi ordwrod 1 will py for
them." Kjdriguts then threw tho
mcmey on the counter, and) while
On 1 uon was handing him hia chauge
Berae drew a knife aud cut Hodrigues'
threat from eiir to or. The wounded
man was tarried to a neighboring
drug store. Ho is now in a .critical
condition, S.-raa was arretted.
A I.ona Chase After a Thlr.
Cincinnati, 0 August 30. Havid
Keller, aired 70 veare. a resident ol
Winton I'ince, this county, discoverexr
a tramp ranaacking a house while tbe
family was at church to-day. He
chased tho tramp with a pistol to the
depot. The trump drew a levolver,
but did not scars Keller, who, when
tho thief jumped on a train bound for
Cincinnati, fo'lowed suit. When thn
trfiin arrived here tbe thief jumped off
and tried to escape. Keller aud a
policeman chafed hi in into an alley,
whore the policeman ihot him in the
leg. IiowhSttken to the hospital,
whare be gave his name at John Wil
son. He will recover, lie la a notor
Fnlnlltlnt at rillobura for Day.
PiTTsmigo, Pa., August 29. Today
hne been remarkable in tbis rity for
tho number of fatalities. Fred frVdiwab
was cut iu the s de by J. K. Gilbert,
and will probably die: Mrs. Mary Me
Elhenny died trorn the effect of in
juries it tl:cted bv her husband : K. T.
Thompson ws seized with bad colic,
an i died before physicians could be
summoned ; (ieorgs Wright died of
neat; itarry Knvntjers, aged It) years,
was urowned while bathing; diaries
Headmen committed suicide by taklDg
laudanum; Mrs. Mary Kcdebsogh.WM
run over by a carriage and fatally in
jured. "I he B. aat o. Wetitra Troln.
Nkw York. Auaust 30. The Balti
more and Ohio railway will tonight
run its first through train from New
York to the West. An emigrant train
will s'art at 7:45 o'clock p.m. from
'Jersey City over the New Jeney Cen
tral to Philadelphia, tbenoe over the
lluiinton and Northern to Wil
mlDg'on, Del., and from there over
the Bdtmore and Ohli to points
Weet rB far as 8', Lou's. Tbo trip t
Chicago will bo made In thirty-six
hours, and tickets will be said at
regular otrugraut ro-jl rnWs.
MEMPHIS ' DAILY
JTQKLY CROP REVIEW.
A SABEED HPfiOTElEST 15
THE OUTLOOK FOB
The Cora Belt Iadlcafed, aid Seme
Tf bat Increased Yield Tbe Con
ditlon of the Wheat Crop.
Chicaoo, Angnst 29. The Farmer?
Review will print the following crop
summary in ibis week's edition: The
detailed reports from the corn belt in
dicate an improvement in tbe outlook
for the corn crou in Ohio, Indiana and
Minpifota, in all of which SUfes there
ii the pre s jut promi e of a full average
crop. Tbis is in sceordence with the
tenor cf the reports from tbe last three
weeks, but in svme instances, in the
three Ktatt named, the outlook ia de
clared t beunuroa'ly promising. In
ll'-lmout, Durkee, Logan, Lucas and
Mont iouaoiy couutiee in Ohio the yield
promis s to equal that of any former
vear. while the remaining comities in
dicate a yield ranging from 50 to 95 per
cent. In Fayette, lien 7, Jay.Lagrange,
Morgan. Montgomery and Pike coun
ties cf Indiana a more ttian usually
large yield is indicsted. The remain
ing counties reporting this week
indicate an average yield from
65 to 90 per cent. Ia
Carver, Meeker, Ramsey, Bt. Louis,
Fherbarce and Weelena counties ot
Minrcaota an average ' yield is indi
cated. The remaining counties re
porting tbis week promise 50 to
eO per cent, of an average. Carry
and Saginaw conotisa cf Michigan
prooolea a full yield. Montcalm coun
ty bas ' the promiss of only 45
per cent, of an avorage, and the
otter conatiee range from 45 to
85 per cent, of an average. In
Hamilton county. Nebraska, the out
look is favorable for a full yield, while
Butler, Harlan and WehrUr counties
indicate a full yield. In DouhIh,
Cage, Oleo and Richardson countiea
of Nebraska the outlook is (or leas than
nnvbal( tho usual yield. K lis county
in Kansas, shows a full average, while
Cheiokce, Ilutlor and Lyons promise
only 40 to 60 per rent. o( aa avomge
yield. In Osaque county the average
falls to 30 per cent. In Vernon and
Kenosha counties tbe average ia 85
per cent., while Dunu, Lafayette and
Sauk counties give the promts of less
thn half the usual yield. Ia Illinois
a general improvement of 5 lo 10 por
cent, is noted, but the general average
for tlio State remaiDs low. In Dnpagn,
Green, Henry, Madison, Stephenson
and W hiteside counties averages rauge
from 40 to 50 per omt. Ia Bond, Cae,
Coles, Ciawford, Christian, Dupage,
Fulton. Kankakee, Lake, Mecnptn,
Pulaski, Shelby, B:ark and Wabash
c 1111111 en the averaxe ranges from t-0 to
90 per cent. In Washington county the
yield will be lees than 20 per cent, of
an averge. The general avorsge is low
for all tho Iowa couuties, running
from 10 to 00 per cent. Ir R'nggold
and Wayne counties the aveage is 40
i-er cent. In Fayet'e, Japer, Iowa,
Crawford, Mitchell aud WinneBkok
couutif s the avorage is 00 to 70 per
cent. In Cedar, Davis and Linn coun
ties tbo average is 80 to 1)0 per cent.
The average in Mieenuri langrsfrom
30 to 65 per cent. The average for tho
titate does n' t promise one-half of an
average yiold. In Dakota the yield of
wheat is sveruging from Vi to 18
bu'bels, and the grain is grading welt
Ia Minnoeots the yiold oi wheat ranges
from 8 to 24 buabols, rating very Irreg
ular. In many counties in Iowa
Indiann, Illinois and Wisconsin the
ground is reportod too dry to permit
of fall plowing, and the effects of the
drouth nro also still seriously felt,
owing to the drying up of tho pastures.
Unless relief by rain comes shortly
stock will go into the winter in poor
condition. Fruits sre reported as abun
dant iu all tbe Wes'erii States, with
tho excf plicn of Wisconsin. Hog
cholera is reported In St. Fiancis coun
ty. Mo. : Riniruold countv, Ia., and in
Christinu, Green, Pulafkl and Shelby
counties, 111. As a rule, however,
boe are reported as unusuallyhealtby.
Of pnre Cod Liver Oil, witi Hypo
phosphites, is a eiob. valuabls remedy
for consnmpt'on, scrofula, wasting dis
eases of children, olds and chronic
coughs, and in all conditions whore
thero is a loss of flush, a lack, of nerve
power and a general debility of the
Coi.cmbus, O.. August 30. Tbe
bribery case aninst W. 8. Cappellar
was dsmtas d today.no on appearing
t'i prosecute. Al on O. Myers, who
had a hearing ou the charge of perjurv
iu the same connection was discharged,
it appearing from the evidence ihat he
did not intend to interfere with the
arrest, of Cappe'lar.
A Common Cold
Is ofteu tlio beginning of tertous afToo
tlona of the Throat, llrouohird Tubes,
and Lungs. Therefore, tho Importance of
curly and effective troatuiont cannot bo
overestimated. Avert Cherry pectoral
niny alway bo relied upon for the speedy
cure of a Cold or Cough,
Last Januarv I wrui attacked with a
govern Cold, w'hlch, by neglect aud fre
quent exposure, bccrtino worse, finally
hoi tllntr on my lungs. A terrible rough
toon followed, accompanied by pallia 111
tho cheat, from whleh 1 suffered Intensely.
After trying various remedies, without
rthtatnluic relief, 1 commenced tukiug
Aycr's Clicrry Pectoral, and was
t am aatlsfled that this remedy saved my
life. Juo. Web.ler, Psivlucket, U. I.
I contracted a aevero colli, whleh sud
denly derelopod Into 1'neumonla, present
ing dangerous and obstinate evmptonis.
My physician at once ordered tho usa of
AVer's Cherry Pectoral. Ills Instruction?
were followed, aud tlio mult was a rapiil
and permanent euro. 11. K. blmytou,
Itogors Praliiu, Tvxai.
Two yearn ago I Buffered from a severo
Cold which sailed on my Limits. 1 con
sulted various physicians, and took tlio
medicines they prescribed, but received
only temporary relief. A friend Induced
Hie to trv Aver's Cherry Pectoral. After
taking two hollies of this medicine I was
eured. Klncu then I have given the l'co
toral to my children, and consider It
The Best Remedy
for Colds, Coughs, and all Throat and
1. ling diseases, ever used tn my family.
Kobcrt Vanderpool, lleadrllle, Pa.
Some tlmo ago I took a alight Cold,
which, being nealeeled, grew worse, and
settled on my lunge, I had a hacking
tough, and was verv weak. Those who
knew me best considered my lito to be
In groat danger. 1 continued to suffer
until I oommeueod oslnp Arer'a Cherry
Pectoral. Less than one bottle of this val
uable medicine cured me, and 1 feci that
1 owe the preservation of my llfo to ti
rurniivo power. Mrs. Ann Lockwood,
Akrou, New York.
Aver'a Cherry Perioral Is considered,
here, the one great remedy for all disewca
nf the throat and lunps, and is tnoro
In demand than anv other medicine of it
class. J- ' ltobcru, Macuolia, Ark.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
o. e. xxur.
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ALL WORK GUARANTEED TO BE FIRST CLASS
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AUGUST 31. 1886.
JOHN L. HoOLXLLAR.
AND MACHINE COWPAfsY.
DEP'T, 226 and 228 Second St.
F. M. NOUFUEET, Resident Partner.
U. W. BIAC11AE.
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33 3E8 S r
o. w. tomlin:
NEW CARRIAGE FIRM.
Tomlin & Benjes,
179 Mala St., Memphis.
Offer ipeetal Indrteements In Open Banies
of oar own make, at t'l Ton bnitiies of
our own make, at USD. AH work wir-raated-
Oall berora you buy.
w-nTlni dtsried ef onr entire stock of
Vehicle, and tlie Mnufolurlnc pepart
ment to Messrs. TOMLIN A BKNJkH, we
bespeak fr them a oontinaanoa of Ue
paironaie so lone extended to HI.
CARRIAGE H A ROW A K K COMPANY,
l.OIIIAVII.I V. S t. MF.tin.
II All and FIKE DIUCK, Ete.
Tlraa, Clark. , M. wpra,
Woods fe Swoope,
Bnjjgies, lVagons and Harness, -
NANCE COTTON PRESS,
Kteain EDgiucs, Mathiuery of All DcscrlplionH,
No. 332 SECOND ST MEMPHIS. TENN.
M. J0NKS, Preiident. I. F. PETERS, Vica-Pteiidens.
iW. 0. I. dAWRIB, Pecretarj and Treasurer.
(SncMwen lo PeleralA Sewrle,)
MASUFACIUKEHS OP TUB "MAGK0LIA BRAND "
30 3S and 40
H. V. JONBf. TSn. K. gPIBD, I. P.
(SUCCESSORS TO HKACHAH 4k HOBTOJP
Old Stand, -No. 9 Union St., Mempliis.
Mil la She Market,
809 MAIN STREET,
W. A. SMITH, I,orleor.
Falmer, f horatoi 1' Go
Cotton Factors, Wholesale Grocery
SOG Front sirt t leiaiplilm. Teair
lVkolcmalc Dealers and Publishers,
Sole Acents for tbe following Firat-Clasi Inetruuents;
STEINWAY ajsD KJSTA.BE
PIAJfOS-Kranich & Bach, Gabler, and Wheelock.
OKGAXS Clcugh & Warren, and Smith American.
irASEW 7-OCTAVB TUNC FOR S190.-ii
Write for Ctaloghc. Xoi. 221 aud 22!t Second Mrecl, Memphis.
O g K - . r.
UW MB rUIUtrHUe UTT'TUB.
Doors, Sasli, Blinds, Molding, Lnmte?
Latb .nd ShlDle, riwrlDS, Celliix Cedar Fostai
EH3MlIIie. - ..... TKMHUSSEK,
EELLY, ROPER & BEILLY,
Gr ocers & Cotton Factors,
K. SOa Main Street. Qmy Block.
NA?OLF.ON HILL. MICHABI.
LOUIS HANAUKR, TD0MA3
LAZARV9 LKVT. ' JOHN W.
AMES B. ROBINSON. WM. RAIZENBSRSK&.
-Deposits reoelred la sums ol 1 and
aw We buy and sell loeal Inrestment Bonds and Feeuritlee gereralty, pay taxes, aetas
trustees, ana, in generaii eiecuie any sissuu m.inuu, auurviponsiDis
aw'Vissne drafts. In subs to suit purchasers, on all parts of Europe-.
mr We have a oommodious Vault for the deposit 01 taluablei, which is at the aerrioa ol
our customers, iiw n.rice, y.
l P. UAUDO, TresltlPuU EWI). ttOLOSMITP, Ticfrre6JdeatT
JAMES SATHAK, taslUer. V
J? . .-
PBTRRB, OKO. AReTOtP, W. P. T.WRTR
irllti n fnllaenM.
t t MEMPHIS, TENN.
1 -fri?TlaT n FTWT rt
KAXUFiCTuata op. V
' ANIl 1
W. A. 8uil(LM Vnt, Separator.
AGENT ...... ; .
Eagle Eclliise llaller (Jlns,-" '
Muln Ift.Inoh t.n anil
SOUTHERN kTASIIAHD PREStS. .
Price at Factor r. I 0 and SI 10. -
a-All kinds ofOins Ropulred. Spooled .
am nml H9.i Front stt., Nrmtihls, Tna
LOCATED AT FARMDALG P. O , FRAKKI.IN CO.,
six miles from Frank (on, Ky., opens t-i Annual Session
September 6, 1SS6, under more lavcrable auspices than
lor twenty years. The Snnefintondent and Faeulty (It un
divided attention during all hours of eTery day to the gov
ernment and instruction of the pupils, all of whom are or
ganised Into one family. Before placing your ion elsewhere,
send for Catalogue and Circular of Information to
KOHT. . AI.I.KX nrerlleillotit.
J. 9. HANDWERKIBJ
DAVID P. 1IAHDKN,
JAMKS A, OMBKKG,
upward, and Interest allowed oa lama 6emi-
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