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MEMPHIS IDAILY APPEAL FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 186.
1LEXAXDER AD TflE CZAR
THE BELAT10XS BETWEEN RCS.
SU XSU BCLG1BIA
Befitted la Cemmanlcatlons Between
the Two Fillers-Demonstration
rniuiTOi-oiw, September 2. The
city Is gaily decorate! in honor of the
return cf "rrinc Alexander to Bul
garia and crowded with visitors come
lojuinthe citizens in celebrating the
Bvent. An enthusiastic popular
iemonsfration was held yesterday in
Iront of the British Consulate in fyonor
of Trince Alexander, and a counter
jomonatmtion in favor of the revolu
tionise was et tbesamo time held in
front of the Kusan Consulate.
' crratrd Ureat NPDMillun.
Pabis, September 2 The puoh'ca
tion of the correepondence between
. the Citar and l'rincs Alexander has
crea'cd a great sensation in polit cal
circle) hn-e. The Cain's menacing
reply to tte Prince's submireiva
; ep etle ie reiarded by diplomat as
ensuring Alexandet'a abdication and
Rnara'a cccupation of Bavaria. Icis
feared that war will enBue unless
Prince BUmarclr. Intervenes.
The Feeling at Ml. I'elrnbnrir.
St. Pktbrsburo. September 2. Uen.
T. Vannovof ki, Minister of War, has
returned to St. Petersburg.
The Novoe Vranya says that Russia
must either occupy Bulgaria and sup
prcsi the anarchy prevailing therein
and restore order, or leave the coun
try to anarchy for an indefinite period.
Russia's d gnity could never admit
compromiee as poejible.
1'nnco Alexander sent the following
telegram to ih Czw thrcusth tho Uua
fiian Consul st Raetcbuk :
"Sir Having reawimed tbe gov
ernment of Bulgaria I venture to offer
your Imperial inajec-ty my nrst re
spectful thank for the action of vour
Conwl at Knst. huk, whose oflic al
presence at my reception ehowod to
tbe Bu'gariansihat Russia did not ap
prove of tbe revolution, an act direct
ed atmy peron. I also thank yonr im-
Serial majesty for dispatching l'rinej
olgorouki as envoy extraordinary
to Bulgaria My fl st act on re
suming power is to assure your
majejiy of my Arm intention to make
every siciiflce to forward your majes
ty's magnanimous intention to extri
cate Bulpnrla from the grave crinis
through which ehols pawing. I beg
cf your mje ty that you will author
ize Prince iolgorouki to place himself
in direct communication wi'h myself
as speedily us possible. I elm l be
happy to give your majesty ducidud
prcofj of my unalterable devotion to
your augnst person. Monarchical
principles compalled me to restore the
legality of mv crown in Bulgaria and
Ronmulia. Riifw'a having given me
my crown, it is in the lunds of Ros
tra's sovereign. I am ready to render
The Cxir replied to Prince Alexan
der as follows : "I can not approve- of
your return lo Bulgaria, foreseeing
lrom it sinister con acq nonces for tho
country, alrca ly si sorely tried. Tho
mission of Prince I);ltoroukl has 1
came iaexpedieut. I shall abstain, so
Ixh nH b.a. a ll.i.linnia .mnai i.uln II ill -
. garm, from any intervention in the
sal condition to which tho country ii
reduced. Your il gtinBBs must de
cide your own course. Iroeorvoto
i mysslf to judue what my iatber n ven
erated memory, theiuterestsof Russia
and the paaoe of tho Kaat required
. me." j ,
'Orrmany'a Poalllou In I ho Mutter.
BkrMN, September 2 Tho North
German Gat-ttf, referring to ilia arti
cles of tho Ultramontane and Liberal
presi regarding Princs Alexander,
says: ".Uermany, unlets ehe forthwith
declared wnr ajainst Rinsln, could
only protect agninst any further inter
lerence with Alexander, or, perhaps,
gainst Russia tnkicg further BtepB in
the direction of Constantinople. Rus
sia would energetically repel the insin
uation of such an intention, and Ger
many's friendly relations with Ruaia
would be ended. It must he remem
bered that war would be the logical
development ot such a tltuatlon. No
body doubts tint the Ultramontane
and L'beral policy it fraught with im
minent danger ti Germany. One must
either Btind to the policy of the gov
ernment orplungotbe Empire into in
terminable war. We hear that the
commercial convention between Ger
many and Spiiu hoi been signed, and
that the Reichstag will soon be mm-
monoJ ti ratify it, Opportnuty will
then be aflonled to stigmatizo before
the country the reeklos frivo i'y ol
the Empire's (oes wha attempt to han
dle its foreign pel t ic.
Kuniornl ( talit At Hmtoinlr.
Bkklin, September 2 Private tele
grarrs teceivtd here this evonng from
Sofia state thnt a ba'tle to )k placi at
RaJomir, Ivstsrn Itonmelin, between
regiments loyal to Princs Alexander
and regiments siding with the revolu
tionists, and tl-nt tho latter were de
feated with heavr
Madiud, September 2. Several
shocks of eartiiqunVe were felt at
Ma'aga Wednesday, r-ome loisas were
caused by tho disturbances.
IIIomd Vp W illi Uuaponlir.
Baecklosu, Si't9niber 2. rAVhilo
the Tastsr fcti'Mera uf thia ci'y were
in teiB'on ynMerily, disnmeint the
masons' s'lilte, pinpowiier ,is ex
ploded under the tibles pccup'oil by
the cod Irenes. Six of tin maptor
bni'dsrs were injured by the expk
" Nxw Yokk, H-ptember;.- Jimeson,
. Smith t Cilling hav just rweivml
the following iiible t urn Iimlon:
Tbe inUrnaiicnd grain market of
Vienna iesu(8 an eitnnatsof crops at
75 per cent, on the continent gener
ally, Hungary is estimated at 67 per
cent: RouroaMa. 100: Eiynt. HO:
Poland, 105: Northern Russia, 85;
Central Kn'gia, fi..
j Literary Canareaa At llrrD.
Bbbnx, September 2. The. confer
ence for the protection of literary
vronertr will roaesemble nere on Seiv
(smber 26tb, when the delegates will
aicn the convention. Austria, Ameiica
Knu Xvossia win noi smn iuo uudvhu
tion vet. bnt their subsequent adhe
ion is consider d certain. They will
ftot, therefore, bs excluded from the
Aa InlcreailDS AaBlveraary.
PasTH. 6f ntember 2. The bicentea'
rial annivfissry of the retaking ot the
city from tho larks by the Au trians
was celebra ed In a magnificent style
t5d4y. The cfbrstioH was opened
by an imprs ng r.-l gious service in tbe
cataedrnl, wie uijin mm uimuk ran-
brited dv ite rnitue, wiwu uy
ntvrrJ Bishotip. Tre'e atrnces weie
tr-niil tv th- Ai'slio-Hantrfrian
Mlnistrv.by the Deputies to the I e lis
jaths, tbe members of Ihe diflereat
foreign eonsolates and by a great num
ber of military and civil personage
Tbe central part of the cathedral was
renerved for the descendants of tbe
bercw who defeated and drove ont
the Turks. The service was an his
torical oration prepared for tho orea
s'on. Military salutes preceded and
followed the ceremonies in tbe cathe
dial. One of tbe events of, tbe day
was the unveiling of a memorial tablet
intended to furnish an enduring mon
ument of the evont celcbratej.
Rons, September 2. Cholera re
turns for today areas follows: San
Marco, in Lanrirasa, 9 new cases, 3
deaths; San Gbvannl, 10 new cases,
3 deaths ; Revigo, 23 new case?, 4
deaths; other districts, 33 new csaee,
A TRIAL UNPRECEDENTED.
A nomlolcan Monk Knba tha Jlon
MBlcry, fVUna Nulrlite,.aal
London Daily Newt: Bordeaux has
been in estate of excitement about tbe
trial before the Awiza Court there of
a Dominican named Pierre Brochard,
a doctor in theology, and a remarkably
fine looking man of 35 years, with a
long brown beard cf exceptional
luxuriance. Tbe ind'etment sets f Jrth
that on tbe 31st ol March last a male
factor entsred tho Dominican monas
tery at Lille, and with the aid of falae
keys sncceeded in opening tho safe in
which mono), Stock Exchange se
curities and other property were
Vnt. Ha carried olT twelve deben
tures of Austrian rente, worth 30,000
fiance, and npwara or nmv iran m
l.nnlr r, r, nm an .1 irnld. This robbery
mnf.t have been committed by a por-
son familiar with tbe monastery, sh
no window wag broken, nor was any
noise henrd by anyone belonging t J tbe
1 !;,.,. HrnnVinTl it. wu f flrlhnf
Iiuiiar, x iuiiu a' i .-' t
set foitb, loft the building on the eve
ot ins rouoeiy, aim uu wo uiu
May assumed tbe name of liettoier,
wi nt ti the olllce ot M. 'Molina, a
money changer of Bordeaox, and
Bonirhtto set several Austrian debent
ures cashBd. As notice had beon re
ceive 1 by the money changers of Bor
deaux not to pay the stolen bonis,
M. Moiita, nnoing win uumuoio
the Dominicans of Lille, eaii-ed Piorre
. . . rnuA . . . . . t.
JJrocnara to oe arrraiBu. xuo ujuu,
oa being fnterrogjtea, owned
that be had been enabled by
fa'ee keys which a Lille lock
smith mannfatu'ed for him
on the model of the real ones to open
toe iron safe of the order. Ho com
mitted the robbery the night after he
le t the monastery when all the in-
.... in hfl.1 timnlv hr nnlnr.k-
union noiw t mv, - r 'y 4. ,
ina every door that came In his way.
UU quilling 1AUO ns ubuuou iu io-
UUUUIO U IHAIUJIKB.'
ulnted suicide bv leaving his monastic
suit onltlie, hank ol a river, where it
was found, lie swam to tho other s'do
and sb be had prepared thabrotber
hood for suicide, they concluded when
his frock and underclothing were
found that bo had drowned hitman
Then under tbe name of Berthier he
proceeded to Bordeaux, and to'd every
one ho mot of tho suicide of the monk
t-n..l.nv.l an tliat li A UAft tlAVPr
pected of tho robbery, end would not
nave ooen aeiectcci oui jor mo mvuvj
changer notioing the numbers ol tho
Aus rinn dubeutures. notrung coum
1... ma.a full Ihnn ilia oulu (1 1 (In ttiu
jud(ie asking whethf r he had anything
tO aUU III SXIBUUUI.UU ll UID uurutu,
lm raid that he had a erave
niHlsdy, which tclencj was
poworles-i to curj, and
thatowirg to its edic ts on his brain
be was unable to preach. It w.
n,1nt fV.A lnftiiarifa nf M itftTIHIi-
nient that be planned end executad
. t J V. L
tne ropcery wmon, ub owimu, no woui
l...i. Iti n n-.rl ami taiil!nna manner
that seemed ineocnpstible with the
. ... l j I . I !
lueutai llila nn cejrriuou. cub i-riuiu
sua nlmmlnahln. and hia renontance
was tieep and bi.tter. A Dominican
brother . was callod by Brocbard's
counsel as a witness ol tbe circum
stances of the robbery, no knew
..,..1.1 l . 1 ......... I.n.l l.UDn nin.
UU11I111K UHVUtlli nilPk UDU L'UOU V. J It
feseed. but he inforniod the jury that
according to the civil law tlura bad
been no rolioery, an minus neirg in
common in a inonasteiy. Brochard
had, perhaps, taken moro than his
almrn, and piematurely, out ol a fnsd
of which he was co-proprieter, for un
dor the decree for the expulsion ol the
religious ordois this money wes di
vided equally among tho brothron,
who wer to be reiiii dsd as a religious
fninily. The presiding Judgo indig
nantly pMtwtod against this theory,
it wunf l.nmn i .1 41. A li-.i-.iva -a-V.
retnmed a unanimous verdict of ac
Annrrlilal Turnril l.ooaf.
Ciiic'Acio. lu.., September 2. Louis
Jnhl, Henry Batxel and Wm.Kiath,
t.)i tilo of alleged anarchists who
were charged with conspiring t1) do an
il lev ul net, wore Ciseharged by Justice
U. J. White todnv nt the request of
Ollicsr Fuuato. Ihe latter eald his
witucpsef. tha two linlies who gava
hira tbe lntortnatinu, wro so Unified
at tbe thought of appearing nvninst
the nic-n that they refused to como
Into cmut. Tho ullieor said bo was
fntiffied t' at the report thnt tho pris
oner end otbeis had ii'irle tbreu's
against tho jurors in the l.te Hiiarch st
trials, and thnt they hud paraded the
s'rrcts with nru s, was tiue, but he
eouldnrtget his witnfn?oi to tcs'ifr,
and hece tho motion for n nolle
KtM'tireri Tor t.nori.
St. Loi'is, Mo , S -pt, 2. "Jlnimj"
Cnrrob, the notononi bank robber,
who ecnpid from Iub cantors oy
jumping liom a trmn in c.ast
Loins ami was eur-Feqiier.tly recap
tured, was Uken tody tiy two deputy
sli rill's to Galesburg. Bdfore plaiting
him on the train bo was baavdy
sbnckled, band and foot, to prevent, a
recurrence of another reu: for lilj
orty. A large eiowd gathered at the
Btatton t) Bi tm trio oil. JIughea,
who was snaps ted in nulini Carrolrs
escafie, wasre'eised todiy, as no case
could bo mails out agauibt linn.
Nlrnrk for an Alaarr.
St. Louis, Mo., September 2. AU of
the miners except those employed in
the Looiois and Snively mines have
struck for an advance in wages from
62 i cants to IH) cents per ton. Tbe
men have been making small wages
during the summer and since the lute
atiike on account of the light dtmand
for coal. The operators ray tbey will
stand firm axainst the demand, but no
aeiioui trouble is feared.
Carried OITIho Eallra Capital.
CnrcAoo, In,., August 31. The safe
of the Furt Dearborn Building and
Loan Assoe ation was blown open last
niaht and fMW, the entire capital of
the soc etyca'ried ciff by robbeiB. As
the safe wts pmcbawd only a few
days ago sn.l last niiiht was ths Hint
time the cash aas pla-.ed iu it. thorn in
su pinion among tbe meml e'S of ths
S'SJi'lutlon Hint soma o'ie ot Umlr
inomb cs is iinpnca'arl. Tbe s"na f
the theft was ann.il hall (.t No. 3(12
Milwaukee avenu', the meeting place
of the asaofattcn.
THE DYER COCiri DEMOCRATIC
Tbe .Uon. 8. B. Lstta Indyrsed for
Congress Nominations for the
House and Senate.
ISMOUL TO TH ArriAL.I
Dybbsiiuro, Tbnm., September 2.
The Dyer County Democ ratic Conven
tion met yesterday ia Dyerabnrg for
the purpose of nominating a candi
date for tbe Legialatnre. Also to se
lect delegates U the Congressional
convent 6u, which meets at Browns
ville on September 8tb, and to the
Penstorial and flotiri.l conventions,
to be berefier called. The conven
tion lusted six hours, and wi'hout go
ing into details and making this articlo
too lengthy, will say tois as tbe sum
anil en'bs anco of tbe whole mat tor:
John N. Fa'ker win nominated as tbe
caodidate for the Leglalatnre, af er
about a dozen ballots had been taken,
and on motion of M. M. Marshall his
nomination was made unauitnou, and
he will be tbe next Representative of
The Hon. J. D. McDowell was mads
tbe choice ol the convention for Sena
tor from this county by a decided vote
of the convention, and Dr. A. B. Has
kion, of Newborn, was shown by a
vote of tbe convention to bo the
strongest man in the race for floater.
There were no Inetnictions given
tbe delenet as to the floater, owlnir
to the lact that the convention had
now been in session for six honrs, and
night was at hand, but it is bat justice
to sy that the convention showed, by
u handsome vote, that Haekins is ths
choice of Dfer county, and will bo
strongly indorsed in the convention.
The friends of Rice Pierce under
took li get, the connty to instruct for
him for Conrcs. This resolntion was
w ritt-n out b i Pierce himself, bnt was
voted down handsomely, and the Con
gressional delegates were instructed ax
Rewui, That the Dyer county dele
gation to the Brownsville convention
be inetrneted to put . the Hon. S. R.
IjitU'in nomination, and that at any
time that the solid vote of the county
may elect hm it shall be given biro.
This lesolulion was unanimously
adopted, the friends of Rice Pierce
joining in. .
The convention was one ol the
la'gest ever hold in Dyersbnrg, and
was handsomely presided over by H.
Parks jr, who nude an efficient and
satisfsctoiy presiding officer, and who
dispatched business in a manner both
rapid end parliamentary.
. T. L. WELLS, S.orstary.
Dykiuuii'bo, Tkni., Soptember 2.
The Dyer County Democratic Conven
tion, the largest ever held in theconn
tv, met at Drersburg yesterday end
elected II. Prk, jr., chairman. The
convention instructed for tho Hon. J,
II. McDowell for Senator and nomin
ated John N. Parker for the Legisla
ture. At night Ihe liquor dealers and
anti-prohibitionistH, . led by T. K.
Richardtdu. (who is an attorney for
tho liquor deal-is at Dyersburg suing
to recover tates paid by theni). met at
the courthoupc, and Richardson made
a speech att Mkirgall roinieters, InJiis
audtemporancs Demo rats who wern
Prohibit:oniets, and they nomina'ed
fl. L Fowlkes as their candidate for
the Legislature. Tho bolt is very
small. Fowlkes was formerly in f.vor
of regular nominees bit is now tbe
b liters candid its.
FiKtit Ovar Ilia Navnnnnh Foilollloo
S A v ani A u,( i a., So pteui ber 1 . Capt
Geome W. Lama', who has been ap
pointed poftmscter ol this city, ca'led
on Postmaster Wilson, who is now ia
office, yc-torday and demanded the
rttioe. Mr. Lunar said: "I hsvo or
dois hers to recoive the paperj and
property belonging to the otlioe, for
which I give you thsee rseeipts. I de
mand the office and shall act as poBt
mseter of Savannah."
' ''I shall stay in until pnt out," re
sponded Col. Wilson, and he added!
"I refnsa to accept the receipts."
' "I hve been duly appointed post
master," slid Capt. Lamar, "and I con
sider you by couit'sy only a visitor in
"I do not yild my rights. You
must put me out," wits tho reply.
You must use force stronger than I
Ool. Wilson estill holds tho ofli-o.
He says that he bns done noiiing
wrong and that the President has no
authority ti rennvehim. B th pnrties
have lHWyerc, and further develop
ments are expected.
l.nrbel Out by Tlielr Kmployrr.
Naw Yokk, September 2. The
1'nion plumbers in eleven shops wero
looked ont by their employers this
morning. The notices to the bands
were posted up iu the chopi today re
quiring the men to wern muter the
rnles of the Ms-tor Plumber' Associa
tion instead of those of the Union, ee
pecla'lv ai to Ihe numbo" of appren
tices employed in tho shois. Jhcra
are 1(100 joii-nevmen plumbers' in tho
city and ub m IHIil lic-rmHd plnmberg.
Tho Mrster Plumber' Avoeistiou has
only 2(10 na nes on ita rolls, but it ln
elu tes tho liirjnr lirms in tlio city. It
is not; thought there will bn a general
lockrut In tbe t-a te. 12213
Prot. Clw. Ludwig Seejer
Prat 'rnnr JMtfw at a Royal UniMrrity;
Aitflo'ni a''W Att'lria Ordrrof the run
I mm i Ai-wmr c.-Mnmaiirtro f nomtt jMmn-
uk Orftrr (rf hnbrllnt Knight of the Jioiim
ruirvin Order of tht ir,l EtgU; Vht valxnr
ort lotion ol honor, Arc, A.M , ay:
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ihonld not be eoafounded with the honte
ot trahy onre-alli. it ti in no aenieol the
word a patant remedy. I em thoroughly
conversant with it mode ot preuaration,
and know it to be not only a legitimate phar
maceutical proilnot. bet alio worthy of the
high oomroendaliona It hat received In all
parti of the world It ennUini enrenee ol
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in Ginhouse. Sacks furnished to responsible parties.
121 and 126 POPLAR STREET, M EM PIITS.
Z. N. ESTE3.
E&. lJ.E3s"fi:s sfe Co
: (rj CEnnoKS to estes, do an co.i
WLoIesale Grocers and Cotton Factors
Kos. U 1-2 and 13 Union Street, Memphis, Tenn.
LIVERY, BOARDING AND SALE STABLE,
No. 321 Second Street Meinphio, Teun.
arFlue BtooU.-n e-Htyllli Turnout.f
niPOLEON HILL, FresidcM.
OKS A GENERAL I'lRK AID JIAttlNB BVMTXKMH.
A'QUARTER OF A MiLLlON'GQLLARS FULL PAID CAPITAL
H. fURSTKNmn!, WM. I. COLl, JAME8 BiULLT
ti. MAiSbfl aUU, v.
OfficeI jmIIkom Street, 3FIeK3pM, Terin
l.uuaiiua, eil lignted, MbiiUmI anil veninato li ttne librur, npparalua and equipment: 17
leaciic-s. Tiioiouuh rnd complei.a courpe f instruolton. Host advantage' in Mumc Eloou
tion, 1'nintiitg. etc. No ctarinniaru It Mil Annual SoJUiua begin! MOLAV, fcept. tt.
lvil Vm.0. r.n.tm.b'w llhi.rr . to.l Ow.loyn Irca
J. H. IAT, W. If. IIORTOI,
Late of J. ti. Day A Son! Lata of Meacham A llorton.
DAY, HORTON & BAILEY,
GROCERS AND COTTON FACTORS,
360-362 Front Stroat Memphia Tenn.
XEAK NASHVILLE, TEXX.
CONDUCTED BY DOMINICAN SISTERS.
VnrlvaUd not only in facili'lei tor MgSeit inntraction in Laniuagei, Moiio, Art, bnt also
laloritmn h(nl',hfuln, home comforn and training. ....
1 IK MS PKH ANMJM-l'ayabie Uall In Advance-Hotrd. Iteddlng, ffaihmg, Tuition 1
Kniifh tudie.i, Kr.nch, Uerroan, Vocal Musio In Clax,
xor particular!, apply to bUrhRlOR.
W. B. DOAN.
MT. N. WILEEBSOX, Tice-PreaMea t.
& Gen'l Ins. Co.
zj iiunn buaia
W. D. C1TUILL.
A KI IIIMII, I'OK Ylir.Mi
l.aiklliS. I'olnmbln, T-iim-
Haalthy I.ncntioo; llandfome
Ii round! (H acrtii C.inaotong
Jl. W. ItAII.ET.
Lata of Bailey A Covlnrtoa1
JOHN E. RASDLE & CO., TKerE'S,
98 Second St. ETemphla, Tenr
FOUNDERS & MACHINISTS,
MANUFACTURERS AND SEALERS IN
Kngluefi, Hollers, Sawmill,
ltntdlord Corn and Wheat MIU
Cotton rrcri, Cotton Ulns,
, Shnniii)C Pnlly, t.
FErlA L KOTirit We areprerared to (IU ordw
onieort notice, for the eele. rated Mfietari rairai
nnln i rellej. Wa oarry la itoek t
Two Hundred Aiaorted Mart.
a-snd for ratalnane and Prlce-lttt.'
SUGGS & PETTIT
GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS
And Commission Filerchants.
2GO ami 262 Front St., Memphis, Tenn
J. T. LaPRADB,
late J. X. Lal'rade A Co.
AKI COMMISSI W 'WEBCHAlVTSa
No. 301 Front street, : Memphis, Tenn.
vHaving retired lrom the Saddlery and llaraen buineti and opened an office af above,
we are pleaed to announce tnour friends and the public aenerally that we are now iireoared.
to serve tbem in our new eapaciiy. ReWroing thiiuki f - the very liberal patrovaze ex
tended ui in the old line, wo truit to merit and reoeive a 'nV.9.,0,Kat,fa.TS,r!in,rtl;ew'
ljArKAllh. IMrliKAlll v IA)
322 and 324 Main Street
SPECIAL LOW PRICES ON
m. b. mm & co,
Doors, Sash, Rliuris, Holdings
FraincH, Rrncki"t, croll-Work, Hough and Dressed
Lumber, Shingles La(h, Water Tanlis,
All kinds of Wood Work Executed at Short Xolice.
Nos. 157 to 173 Washington street, Memphis. I enn.
25fiand 258 Front street, Memphis, Tenn.
J. C. NEELY.
BROOKS, NEELY k 00.
GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS,
And Commission Merchants,
ISo. 3C7 Front Street, : Memphis. Temu
JOSEPH SIHAR3I4N. IlESiUY FKtXK. JOSEPH FADER
FADER, FRANK & C
01 nrslotals Gn
211 1 Front Mreet. Omiowlte CnKlotn House.
D. W. FLY,
Late oi Commerge, Mips.
P. B. HERBOX.
Late ut CoQeeville. Miss.
Cotton Factors ami Commission Mcrcliants,
324 Front Street, Memphis. Tenn.
COTTON FACTORS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Wo. 3.1 1 Front Wtreet. Cor. tTntoii. ytffimdilw. Tenn.
FIRE, INLAND AND MARINE.
THE BLUFF CITY INSURANCE GO
OFFICE-No. 285 MAIN STREET.
J-F,RMAMES. " DAVID P. HADDKN, J;, "- ,,
HERNANDO INSURANCE CO.
OF MEMPHIS, TEXX.
OFFiCE-22 Maullson St. (Desoto Hank Building).
h. UAIiAll'roNTAiNi, JOE. BRUCE, J. T. WILLINS.
8. 11. DnSSfOMB.Prfa't. I JOS. BRIK K.T.-Prea't. I J.H.l)UseOMK .Sfc'y
Cotton Faetors nu Commission Merchants,
No. 3H Front Street, Corner oi Monroe, Memplii", lenn.
Late with J. 1. Lal'rade J C
I lb ILL
MANUFACTURERS O? '
all kinds of Door and H'iudow
H. M. NEELY.
Late of lirouka, Nioly & Co.