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DAILY APPEAL -WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1886.
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A. ATi iu . j.hiiuoi. e. 9. nnr. .a.raa
BO OP LETT CO.,
Cattaa FMlor f lssgj
H AVbaataat CmpmeitJ,
a Ff"t Blreel.
Tbsee rsntlemen bare bfen attbeir
prassnt number on Front rtrwt jaat
tbVyW in that tin), advanced a
great deal cf money t? Plante"', fJ.
which to prorluoa tbeir ciops, and have
old many thousand bales ol cotton.
After all this ixpernnce, itjareawDa
ble to suppose Uif y sm acquainted
with tbe wants of the cot on planters.
The? ire prepared loadfance liberally,
to nil ordrri io a lathfactory manier,
and to etll cotlon for alt that can be
realized in this market. Tbeir office
and aampleroom are in an excellent lo
cation, convenient to all tbe buyers.
Their cotton is etorei and handled
with irrpat iaro. and siei to tbe buyer
in aood dhaneaaoojsible. Goodlett
a r.n. ara among- tbe reliable mer
chanU who give satisfactory eettle
Ant of all business introatd to
'irnllnrr aad Bakery, So. M
nad M Beale Street.
WndirnFt anrcial attention to (he
rant of ih a fl m in today's paper. Mr,
Beueitck'e place of busiueaa la not
eurpifsed by any eBtabliabment of the
kind In tbe c.ty. lie has been in
Bfalftftrret. a few doors
mivant suierb Quarter",
ten or eteven yearn acd donnn that
time hat built np an iuiraorme trade.
IIa present ator i lina been br.i t and
arrange 1 fxpieBJlr ta give bim every
facility to rondoct the b kiry, cook'c
tinnnrv and Ice cream bueiness, and a
vUir. to hla palatini au.rt rs will dem
onstrato to any one tbat be bai every
convenifluce and farrility t prosecute
his busineai mott admirably.
Wholesale Grarers ul Cetee Tme-
tara-Tke Vimm Caak Hw,
Tha aanlor member of (his house
has been leUing groceries In Memphis
many years, ana ia one oi me v
known men on Front street He be
longs to the progressive citiMns who
have made this ureal wane, mo
partners are all first cleas bnines
men, all np to the requirements of tbe
tinus. Each depr mept has an ex
cellent man at Us head. It ia one of
the best organized eeUbliahmenta in
the Boutb. uavln vo. are too
neera In tbe cash bnriness ts wholesale
grocers. With a large capital, snccees-
tully nanoita oy moss wuo
to bnv, this firm can always supply
the wants of tbe rt toilers, from a
pound of tobacco to a well ejected
stock of groceries Tber dal largely
In liqoTS, and mi pruers imui iuo
bonded warehonrea. In esch branch
of their business they have facilities
that enable tbem to anppiy cuMomera
at a little lower rate than ia generally
cba-ged by tbe wholesale deaers.
Step e artioiea can oe ooia-nea av
boutea little below Merchant' it
cbange qtio aiona. Tbis is becau-e
tbey make do bad deb's, band'e such
lurfla quantities, and always ler ia
mm.l that competition ia very I""1;
and merchants must be ratiefied wiih
small prolit. There ate numerous
retail grocers who have been pnrcuaa
inii frm tbis house for many years,
r. M. Sl'AMtY,
l odrrlnkrr anit Kiubalme r, S5 Mad-
Wn would direi t th a'trn'ion of the
public to this firm, whiih is prepar
iill nrilnrs uoou SOit notice, f"
burial cisketa, mo al c, Toswood,
burbl rriahrgnny.or w.Uu' cases. Mr
Ktnnlov k ir ng a lull stock of unrJcr-
takers' material stall times andjisevor
ready to fill tho O'dera of nudortskew
in tbe interior, who wiih anytbinir in
ii. li no. nnm the mos. roaronable
iirma. 1 1 h ia nroDaieil to rubalra the
rfen.t nr direct funerals whenever bis
curvinta ain reslie'. Mr. "Phil"
Stanley has bsena i iainof MempbiB
nrl Khn'hv rnnntT (jriv vear. ana
durina his loPit ri-sMenc nas made
mmv t?nnch friend end acquaint
nces who ho'd him in high eatoem
tnr Mm manv rr.n-ilvand nobis vlrtnie.
O-de'S ht ttlfgrapii or telephone will
receive promt attention.
VICTOR D. FUCHS.
Vraah Mean. Flh, Uatna, Oyalera,
t blrkeais - Tabla Nnppllea
Virtnr D. Fdehs has Hrf d ia Mem
pbitmaov years, lie for a long time
ilt in tt.h. aims, oretere. err. A
his bu'icee inc eued he (nought It
advisabfe to orea a mett market. Ilia
Urge hioss ou"rd tbe bestof quarters
Inr tha enterprise. 1 li s soon became
ftmous ai ttie eettblishment where
tha hat ot evervtbloii in his line was
for sale, la warm and cold weather
ah I.- lm hid the beet cf freah be!,
tnnttnn. cork. IB well ai obickera and
for the prompt delivery of gcoda, and
is extremely careiui wun u.a nipimm,
During the winter oe smsvaiiquau
tit'f-i of ovs!ers. lie ail doa'era, as
veil is citv fatniiies. cannot bay tuei
nvatnra at a better p'ace. All the
choice art'cles to be expected at a first
class market and game stors can be
had at tie store of V. D. Facts, 30 nad
41 Jetlerson strce'.
MHiEUEE 4: WITESMAN,
See Hal Mirer.
Live Stock CaaaaalMiaa Metcbaats,
ad Proprleaersaflhe Inanu
table aaal Male Yard, s.
I la 7t IrarM Street.
The two yonng gentlemen aseociated
in th'a big enterprise are well known
to all the , livestock man who .come
here to make aales, m well as to thoss
who ocoaeionally boy. horses. Albeit
Jones and Hilly Forret were raited in
Memphis, have been in their present
haisness for a long time, snd know
how to manage it Their arable is an
immenee one, built according 1 1 their
own orders, given as a remit of a
knowledge of tbe wants of tbe itock
trade. If you wait to buy or eeil
horses, males or stock go and tee F.A.
Jones & Co., and you raa be accommo
dated. They now have on band be
tween 100 and 200 brood mares, which
they will sell at very low figures.
Farmers, here is a chance for yoQ.
Th'e firm advances librallv oo con
signments, fills orders promptly, and
Graham, Consslns & Co. Uirdware.
Tbe hardware trade of oar city is
looming np la'gely. Tbe volume of
tbis branch of business has increased
each year for several years pair. Ooe
of the foromont house in this trade is
the staunch bouseof Graham, Coussine
voune. enenrMie and full of vim.
'rhotrur,v a lnrir ainr-k. pmhracins
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J. T. FARGASOH & GO.
Ubolesale Grocers & Cotton Factors,
' SO Front Street, Hemphla, Tenik.
. cMtM etestaa4 te aa wUl aava "Jj1 W mn' tt
Staple & Fancy Groceries, Wines, Liquorsjobicso & Cf girt.
aaa Wll II a U M tmm Uwwt.
IV. T BOWDRE.
S. P. BUWD1IE,
M. 0. PIAR08.
JOHS L. MoCLSLLAB.
and expect to cootinne with if, to the eyerything in the hardware Hoe, nri
end of tbeir days, uavn o. cultural impiemenig,
Tbis firm has recsntiy opened with
a superb atoik of grocerle', embriclng
everything ia ihe'.r line, which
they are prspird to sell at low
est prices, either retail rr whole
sale. Toe members of tbo firm sre
yonng gentlemen of experience in the
basinoB, and ao full of pluck and in
dustry, and are pushing their sales
rightalong. They soil on c-mmiseion
for tt.e'r country friends and solicit
Bhiomenta of Droduce from them.
Messrs. McGebee & Wilesman have
an excellent trade already, and their
prompt attention to business and low
prices will secure for the firm increaeed
patronage ttroughout the coming
basinets seiscn. Give tui in a call.
riih the beet as cotton factors, having
all necesry arrangements for storing
and keeping the staple in good coudi
tion. They are men io whom the
buyers have confidence. Go to the'r
Immtn.a hnnm. 2;!!! and 234 Front
ntre-t, look at their B-ork.and you will
become a custt mer.
T. J. (iKAHAM,
Dealer la lliae,lvraeil, r latr nod
ture of Ilia Iliilnea.
As dealer in tbe articlfs fiM men
tioned In this beading Mr. Graham
baa been very succots ul. Besides
1 Inir mnch ot tho mnerial for build
ings, tie amerminen io u- ai m uro"
ti ve material. He made arrangem nta
for handling tiling from trie bet
works in the coun'ry, aod in tins, too,
he ia proving very succWul. For
flooring there Ts nothing so rret'y and
rubttan ial ai tiling. He tad e-cored
the rerv'ese of experienced mn to do
the work, and has given ea'lsfac'ion to
all for wtom he bas filled order. In
lim, csment, plaeter and pipes he bas
ainpl capacity to snpp'y a'l ord-rs at
the very lowest prcs. 1 le is very
carefal to deliver all grodsln the best
poseible Oondit;on. Iu ordering these
goods rtmemb r the tile floor ng, for
there ia nothing requiring tbe fame
amount of moner tbat will so grraily
conmbu to the beauty of a home rr
a hm-ineaa he use. Ilia ntioibt r Is 316
Corner of Monroe and DaBooarte',
is the place to bare farm end spring
wagons, d'Bjs aud carts bn;l to order.
Geod workmen are employed and the
beat of mstsrial Is need. Gsneral
blacksmlthiog ia done in s thoroughly
workmanlike menner. Carrisge re
pairing la msde a BpetUltr, ardwork
in this line always proves ea'.isfactoiy.
This shop has baea In exttHnce many
years, and at it a number of the beat
wanons and tracks in the city have
been built. If yoa went a good new
wagon or an old one repaired, go to
The I rlddy House
This hotel receives iti share of pa
tronage from tbe pub io. Mr. J. H.
Priddy, the proprietor, Is very ation
tlve to his Ratals and conduce his
house in a hnmelise way, Tlie fare
is excellent. II s cooks know bow to
prepare the food and do not mil io uo
it r'ulit. Po-Boiis who visit the city
the coming tail anu winter, aiiu umuo
to Btr-n at a bouse where they can nave
booJ fr, polits attention, at ttie mcsi
H-asonau.e raies, suouiu regieb-.r i mo
It. J. SeiuinoR Co.
Tbeee gsutlemen have been mann-
fucturois and wholesale dealere in
liquors so long that tbey are well and
uviirtth v known to an vne rau
liquor dta'ora ia the Memphis dis'rict,
bedides muir at a a: out diet an oe away.
At tbeir dtBtUleriee tney mace some
ol tha host lienors known. Tbey Im
port largely ot line wines and brandies
and carry a large Btock. They cn
supply retail Mocks on short notice.
. . . i i, hi
All wno Ue uqnors win unu auuio-
thing to suit thein at the store of B. J.
beimuos & O.
gum and leatoer u lting. iney are
egentafor the Avery & Sons plows,
Macnenle A Urban safo, and Thoe .
Bridford & Co 's wheal and grist a il s.
This firm pushes its busiuers in all tbe
ronntrv tributary to tbe ci'y and,
keeping seven men-on the roa l con
stantly, leave no tection of it neg
lected. Fjr rquire di-aung and low
prices in haruare go to Graham,
CoUHains & Co., Ko. 323 Vain street
where you will find an immeiiso stotk
and pohts attontlc n.
DoihcnIIc .Sewing Mat-blue,
With its superior attachments and
accessories, constitutes the most per
fect and reliable appliance for tre pro
duction of all kinds of needlework,
from the lightest to the heaviest fab
rics; from the plainest to tbe most
elegant; and from the simplest to tbe
most elaborate, practical or docora'ive
artwork. Simple, relib'.e, progress
ively practical. An imita'orot non,
but imitated by all. It stands on us
own merits and at-ks only for wba its
excellence entitles it to leoeive. Mo.
202 Second street.
J. G. Schmidt V ton
Areloca'ed at 345 Main s reet, wbee
tbey deal exteasively in goes, ammo-
Ditiorr,-fishing tackle, bunding Jusra
wre, electr o bel s end ammnnition.
Hnecial attontion is siren to repairing.
Tbe senicr memb r is one of the mnt
thorough Imacbinis 8 it the city. He
la one of thoss who know bow work
should be done, and see tbat It is
done proper'y. Those wanting guns
and fishing tackle will fld fchmidt A
Bon clever and relieve aeajera.
At 224 Main street, has keen in the
gun business many year. H's large
new itock haa beu selected w'.th a
special regard to the wants of the
people about Memphi. Guns, ammo-
nltlon and fishing tackle ara there in
great quautlties, and all articles are
offered at low prices. H employs'
fimt class gunsmiths, and all repairing
IB done with the utmost rare,
8. Slager, Tailor,
At the corner of Sscond and Xorth
Court street, Is now receiving new
goods for fall aud winter. Mr. iSlsger
ia an experienceu tanor ana an ener
prieinuman. He carries great quan
tities of cloths, cn b them correctly,
makes ruits as neat at d strong as it is
J tonsil ile to mek them, and gives rat
pfction to his msnr customers, lis
employs good wo k men and sells rui'e
just aa low as Is potslble. Go and in
spect the rxcollsnt stock (hat is now
coming In. Knot decidedly hard to
ploare you will find grols aud prices
there that will surprise you.
Toting tV Ilro.
Thcss veteran booekllers and
stationers are s ill at Ko. 244 Main
Breet, where they havs a fine etrck
rf etationerv and bcots They deal
la'gely in artisls' materials, Lacroix
miueial colors, tuba pa'n t, canvas,
etc. They are the leadinir atationers,
and do all in tbeir power to accommc-
Uato their customer,
Cotton Factors & Commission f.lerch'ts,
No. 276 FRONT STREET, MEMPHIS. TTJSJSL
Cattaa WarIiaaarwBjM. as aadtta, CBlaa Rtraes
LIVERM0RE FOUNDRY AND MACHINE COMPAhY.
FOUNDRY & MACHINE DEP'TriGOto 174 Adams St., MemphU
Woods & Swoope,
Buggies, Wagons and Harness,
NANCE COTTON PRESS,
Steam Engines. Machinery of All Descriptions,
No. 332 SECOND ST MEMPHIS. TENN.
THE PETERS & SAWBIE 60,
M. Prtildent. I. T. PETERS, Vice-President.
I". D. . SAWRra, fecretar j and TrMfiuar.
(aareeaaora la Pelera'A SawrlcJ
MANCFAC1THEUS OF THE "JLtttSOLU EniSD"
30 3S and 40 Jeflerson Street.
RuroNW, ran, k. stbb, i. f. peters, pro. ahwlt, w. p. t. bawrtb;
(HCCCESSORS TO Ml EACH AM HOBTOBP
Olil StnmL No. 0 Fnion St., Memn..K
, a .lf1!
tronta ' l
i'y.A I fl 1 I (' I
Hn I id i us V ' :: jra'AJ"Jirf.!.93 1
Work. jrJTT UariAa-. SVrt'rA-JX'n
Boiler I raa
;V J aivela.
IRON & RAILWAY SUPrLT DEP'T, 226 and 228 Second 8t.
(Saoeeeiore in thin lepartment to JOHN M AN0OUK.)
aarWHta nn for Infnnnntion on ANY TIIINa In lthrHn.
BtULTa lira market,
209 MAIN STREBT,
Willi a mil asort
SLEDCIE BROS., of Como, MIbb. V, M. H0BFLEET, Besldeat Fartner.
A. SMITH, Froprlelor.
Bnm. 8S8 and 358 Front Street Memphis Tons.
AVERT GIN CO.
W. A. Smith's Put. Kepnrator.
Eagle Eclipse Hullvr Wins,
Plain 10 Inch Gin, and
SOITHEBX aTARDABD PBKJiS.
Price at Factor f. IOO and 61 1 o.
3 iLLlSON fcED COT I ON CLEANERS.
aarAll ktndi of Glm Repaired.- Special
Uieoount to tbe iraae.'va
SAI aal S9S Vrmt St., Nemnhta. Tenia
Corner Adams and Second Sts.
TTTB DBSTBB TO CALL YOUR ATTENTION TO OCR LAROB 8T0CK OF FIWISBED
VT -t.MlJl-. n r pr-pHMwuruiw "
ALL WORK GUARANTEED TO BE FIRST CLASS
In ererr refi.ee t and to fir entire iatiifaotion.
Wa lolioit yoor patronege and roneit that jou oall, examine our itoek. pricei, otc,
before piiri-haMng eltewnere.
Fnlmer.Thornton & Go
run IMim Mmmum
BccoecBocs to POBTEB, TATLOB 00m
. Cotton Factors
nn rnnTffT ST51EET. i i MEMPOTK- TENN
Cotton Factors. Wholesale Grocers,
l?. 5106 Front street, t Meniplilw, T!g
Wholesale Dealers aud Fnbllsbers,
; Solo Agenti for the following Firt-Cla Instrunent!:
STEINWAY and KisiJJl
PIAJfOS-Kranich & Bach, Gabler, and wneeiocK.
OISGANS Clough & Warren, and Smith American.
BIT A NEW 7-OCTAVE PIANO FOR
Write for Cta1oijn'. Xoj.S21 asid 33 Second Mreot, M-nihis.
i. A. BAILEY.
(i. E. WITT.
Prlpfld. Beder K Co., Lumber Dtal-
TIir handlliiB of lumber, doom,
Bash, blindi, moldings, thingUs, latlis
anil reoar DOnt ll a iivo uurinora iu
Mmnhia. Ths firm whose narxia up.
pearl at the head of this i rtiole does a
large and prosperous Dnsinees.
ThnroiiBh'v unlertiindiDR their bml-
neiaand giving it their closMt atten
tion, it toald not be otherwise. Thev
pa; (special attention to orde s for oak
and longleaTfd yelbw pine lambcr,
and fl l orders at as low pucis as any
iiln in this city. Persons in the
interior who cintemullte building
could notpurr-ba e tte'r lumber of a
mora reliable firm than FrUdi 1. Knler
A Co.. No. 870 Second e'.rent, corner cf
J iy oo.
Ilowdre llroa. A Vo.
This firm of first class ottin tutors
havo just chingfd ttieir location ta
one ol the moat desirable point in the
pitT near tbe Ution J-.xcnanse. con
venient to buyers anil in rooms well
adin'ed to their busine e. Th s new
location U 31 Muliton stree, where
they will be glad to meet all their old
customers and maay new ones. Bow-
tire Bros, rat k with the solid, sub
stantial business men of the city, and
bave tha good will ol all who know
thtm. Tbev advance liberally, give
clo;e attention to tbe int n sts of those
wbo intrust their business to then,
and deserve what they ara receiving
a very large buslnere as cott n lectors,
This experienced and competent
dealer in grans, fishing tickle and
sportsmen's supplies, baa recent'y
bfen improving bis store, No. 412
Main street, and his stock is now very
itract velv arranged. It erobracej all
fiist class L'unr. acid fishing tackle in
srrat vr.ey. Mr. Scbuman gives
' special afentloa to repairing.
Woodruff & Oliver
Are handling some ol the superior
mikes of ctniages and bngget,of
which they have an excllent variety,
at Xo. 2C9 Mtln stmt. Tney also
bave a fine a eortment of sddles aud
karnear. They have been in the
business long enough to know what is
le.t.Tbeirg odi can b re'led on.
Tbey will be pleased ti w.lt on tbeir
old cua'.omen ana 101 oi new gut.
AInIoii, rou HI V Co.
lr several years this fl ra has boen
waking ari sales of bay. c -ru, oat,
bran, chop feed, oil meal, lime, ce
ment, plsstrr, building and Ore brlcK.
Tboy are located at No. 1 Howard's
tow. rney give close attention io
their business, fill orders promptly,
and tbey can be rolied on to furnish
jus', tbe ai ticks ordered. It Is a firm
of e'ever bnsint-88 men, wbo under
stand taut competition is lively and
tbat g'a'n d a'eis mutt tell at Viry
1 Jf, Appcrson t Co.
As erccers. cotton fat tors and com-
in Its' on merchants, this firm is prs
parod to give satisfaction to all who
want to ouy groceries irom tnein cr to
aell cMoa thronah their home. Tbe
senijr memmr is one of tbe oldee;
merchsnti in ilemphis. Tbe junior
member. Mr. Oiisiev. bas been on
Front Btratt a goad many year, and is
a merctiant ct tlrst ciaes ability, iney
will advance liberally, are prepared to
handle cotton carefully, and t3 fill
The Memphis City Fire and General
Insu auce Comrany is one of tbosa
tbat have done a good biulnesa during
thu pistje-r. It does a general nre
and mail e bnmnoHi, and ba a paid
np cap.tal of S'jr0,XO. Its ptealdent,
lS 11.11 I .
.miu sun nut, m one oi our iuuii cu-
terDriaing buj'nee men. copu'ar wnu
all, end ns cannier, Henry J. Lynn, is
favorably known io all. Doalirg with
a Htiong c m,ny, otlicered by such
men, you nuy expect clever tna
Orglll liroM. V Co.
This fauioua old bouse is s'ill band-
ling hardware in grt quaititiea.
Kencleiall cl. s:eeoI ligit and heavy
haidware, it eels cotton Bros and
prcs e, tteam erpir,ei, h Hers, enr
in erj tools, cot'oa scales, - etc.
rlauters and retail dea ers cannot send
ordtri to a ti-m tl ut is more reliable
or sells go ids cheaper.
Th's firm is one ot thoe e whese ef
forts have unde AI iuphin a wholesale
boot and shoe market. With a large
capital, a number o! fir-t-claes travel
ing paUemen, and rarelul buyers in
the East, Friedman B-othe-a can re 1
boots and show to country deale s nt
tuch figures rs will jns'ify tbem in
making their purchaees hero. The
house fere is doit g a very large busi
ness. Thoee wbo i;ivs it one order sre
likely to remain with it, for everything
they do proves to be correct and buy
eis are never deceived in the quality
J. A. BAILEY & GO,,
IP 3Ld TO" E3 t
S30 Second Street, MeDiphls
a " t man itrn OfiMPLKTK 8TOCK OF PLOMBBRS.OAS ANDSTBAM PITTBRI
ft V , T T...1 ...I a.n.
Xi Material!, rumpe. ina wane, irun
, Lead and Stnne Piw. O" Fixtures, flloba.
HILL, FONTAINE & CO.
Cotton Factors and Wholesale Grocers
Front Bt., Heiaplal, Temu
k FONTAINE & GOa
Cotton Factors, Commission Dorchants. KENTUCKY
-at ' iWCfS.: irC;' T AtYi ,.3iKj ST
AW aVJTO nLaUftSCKairJUa, MATT-aTAKB.
Itors, Sash, Blinds. Holding, lumber,
Lath snd Shingles flooring. Cefflng and Cedar rests.
HEMPIIIS. - , TEyWESSKia.
BTo. HO South Haln St. Bt, LunU.
county. SUte ot 'lentemea Yi. barah
Un..l.nn mt .1.
BY virtue of an Interlocutory decree for
ale entered in tbe above en me on the
Hth day ot Doeetuber, 1SS5. M. li. 50, paee
sJl. I will aell at public auction, to tbe bigh
at bidder, In front of tbe "lrk and Mu
ter omce, eourtnouia oi 000107 ouuui,
teotnphii, Ttnnesiee, on
RafnrUay, Hepli tuber 85, 188,
within leal hou'i, the fnllnwlna decrtbd
propertr. iltuated In Shelby oounty, Tei-
N. SlotM, frontlna S feet on the el
ideot Chiokaiaw elrei by a dcplU of WH
let. ieid lot belne T1H feet tnuthof Win
cheater itreet. sold
property of tha an-
I...-. k.lra nr J. A.liklt.
Part of oountry lot 521, frontlnt 37 feet on
the nnrih iide of Auctina itreet, ly a depth
or HSH feet. IsM u property of Sarah Mor-
.1...- ...1 nth..,.
Lot 170, frontirs 87S feet on the emtilde
ot Main ttreet, by U feet dep, feel
ncrih of Auction itreet.
Term! ol Sale-Oo. a oredlt of fix monthi,
note bearma tniereii, wuu iecu,i,y, re
outred: lien retained! redemption barred.
Xhit i7th day of Autuit, im.
a I. MoUOWKLUCIer and Maiter.
I't Tl. F. Coleman, Deputy O, and M.
T. D. a C W. lleitkell. inllcl'on.
o. w. tomlin: wm. bbnjks.
NEW CARRIAGE FIRM.
Tomlin & Eenjcs,
170 Slain St., Memphis
Offer ireclal Indnoementi In 0pa Buale
of our own niaae, at f il Top burtiea of
oar own roaae, at tiai. u
ranted. Call before you bay.
e- Havlnf diir-)ied of onr entire etoek of
Vehio ee ana t'.e manniaoturina
ment to Meiira. T0MUS A BKNJhn, wa
boapeak for them a eentlniienoe ot it
paironace 10 Innc extenoea v ue.
1 rARRIAOK A H.RtWAHR COMPANT.
LOCATED AT riBSDALEP. O , I'llASKI.ISI CO.,
ix mllei from Frankfort, Ky., openi t.i Annual Pesiicn'
September 6, IMHS, noder more inr rable anpicea than
lor twenty yean. Tha Superintendent end Faculty dive un
divided attention durina all houre of every day to tbo gov
ernment and Initructlon of the pupils, all of whom ore or
ganized Into one family. Before placing your son elowhera,
send for Catalogue and Circular of Information to
IIOBT. D. AI I.F.SJ aumerlMtpnilont.
KELLY. ROPER & REILLY,
Gr Dcers & Cotton Factors,
No. am HaIii Street. Gayoao Block.
Iaip-vrter of wines, lKiaora and cigars,
Ko. 45 Mulieoa s'reet, gives t-sptxial
attention to coontr order.', which bs
wilt fill prompt'?.
Snlacrtle fr tbe Appeal'
YIKAI.TII lit wr.Al.IH l)a. B. 0.
Ala. Wmt', Hi tin and Uaai TiTiT,
agnaranioad ipooilo for Hysteria. Diiii
neas, ConTulion, Fit, heryoni Neural
gia, ttaadaobe, Nmc- 1'roitratlon, cnuied
by the use of alcohol or tubacoot Wake
fulness, Mental Depreailon, Seltening of ue
Brain, reiulting In insanity and lea lag to
misery, deoay and death 1 Premature d
Age, Barrennen, Lost of Power In either
-st Inroluntary Losies and Spermator
rhea, ean- I by onr-eaerttoa oi the brala,
elf-akuseeroTerindulgence. Kacb box con-
talnl One montu p veaimen. ei a ocii ur
lix boxes for 15, lent bt mail prepaid, on
reoaiptef Prtee. re ynar.ytfe
a mum mi Aaaa. ' With each ord
u favat bovaa. aeniDDanied
-III aaad tba enrehaaar oar written
gaarana-e te re rand the moaey If the treat
Beat does e eftart a core, eaarenteel
Uiaed only . . rAII
gUti, laexsphii, lean.
Manufiicturer of Alabama Iim
ASD DEALER. IN
vtVV IlVlWs. ONEl4LK VKHIKNT.
352 TBONT StlTETrr. MEMPHTSt. TTZTr.
Iin SAVINGS BANK
AND TRUST COMPANY.
yiioleaale fart45r, uouon xwswsx
Arf CotaialMlca CortbiiBts,
St. JarCIaW ta
JAMKa S. ROBINSON.
JOBN W. COCHRAN,
J. G. HANDWEKKKBi
DAVID P. H Al I) EN,
JAMES A. OMBEKG.
DeposiU reoeired la tul ol ! and .pward, and SnUreit allowed on game 8sad-
annually. ..a tu,Itl. aenerally. pay texee. act aa .
We any ana sen roeer i,... .-."C.j a aafa and responsibbx -
trnsteea, and, In general, execute any
Ua4raft..l.i.altparcha ,t Mr.iM
is vann tor ue oepo.i --
a- We hare a eommodions Vanlt for I
ear easterner, fro f Cttarae.
n xs U 1 ItltrX. Praalilsieit.
' JAMES SITHAH, CtsMer.