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MEMPHI8 ! DAILY APPEAL SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 4. J886.
Anrvtvn AnrrnDDAAUG! "
DEFALCATIONS OF BEPCBLICA5
During the Tera (hat Party ITaa
In Powr-A Startllog
Washington special to the New York
Herald: One of Ilia most striking
chap'era (.1 the Democratic campaign
btmllicot now in prfei will he that
which is dev.ir J to the d'alca ion of
IttflpilD'ICaU Willie iiwuv-n t.Y.i.i'g
' tahluan away. It is said to have bom
fcrepa'fd witn great care and much
labor fiom thefilicial figures. Tne
chapt'r is headed "Opening the
I Bookc" It is a folluwi:
I "Tlie Deinrciatic party, through ita
pr-ss and by ita speaker , dK'lrorl f jr
the pas' ten yta-s publicly that if it
could turn the ram als out and get at
tbo bookUbey odd demonstrats that
the republican party, in its long lean
of power had, througa its various olli
cere, by de'a'cation in collections and
dibburxeraents, stolen millions of the
people's money. Mr. Tilden in 1870
claimed the amonnt t te over
$5,010,000. The amount will reach
$20,000 000 or more. Under a
reeo'ut oo of tho Democrat'c llonss
pamed January 28th and which waa
ca led np again Julv 27th by Mr. Ben
ton McMillin, of Tenneeae', just prr
ions to ttie adjournment of the tirHt
eereion of the Fortj -ninth Congress
tho Acting Sfcr.tnry of the Tesuiy
traosmitled in a letter to the H use
of Kepre."eniaiivfB extcative doc
nmejt No. 303, Fur y ninth CongrfS',
first session, in allien it is shown Clli
cihlly that the balances now due the
fiovornmont oa account nf defulca'inns
n diabtiraemonts and collection) since
lSltl ih $12 893,476 48.
In this doctirnont each del'nrjnent
is named and the exact atunnni due
the governmf nt BUted. Tide does not
include the overruling of the ac
count of the Postofllce Departmont,
of which the honorable Sixth Anditor
repined to tho Hcretry of the Tress
arv iu a letter (March 10) at follows:
"Yen are awaie that this cilice aljntti
the aecsunts of oAer half the oiilcera
aud employes of the government in
the civil branches of the service, aa
shown by volume 2 of the Biennial
Official HenitUr, the amonnt involved,
$185,000,0(10 last yrar, requiring ac
count with over Bfi.OOO te;oiving and
ditburlrg officers, who. employ or
snpcrvie and pay an army of em
ployes." The Audilor also aaya thnt the
amount of woik would be so enwmoaa
to get up the acc mnta of all these olll
crnanJ g-t at the balarc a due from
e vh on of thorn that it is Impossible
itb the present fo ce to acomplish
it So we 0:id from an mmination til
the hooks in ra t, shflwing only about
ha f of the disbiuaing and receiving
ollii o'k'tcjouDtH, that the balance due
try these rteaiving aid diahureing olll
car;, for which they have defaulted to
u.. i.. ,,,. to nannm
The lia'ance due from o'liora amounts
by t'je simo ratio to a larger aum.
Tho foregoing elatement and table
which is hereinafter inserted do not
include shortage, as has heon end, in
tho S'xth Auditor's oillce. which bps
charge ef tho vait expenditures of the
Po't (Ucj 0i'at-nent, It was there
tlialDo-anv, Brad v and tliuHtar ron'o
thieve figured. Nor does It inc'ude
the fhortnL'a iu the Third Auditor's
oiri e, which unbraces the expendi
ture of th War Dounrtmer.t, where
LlonuutH, I Indues and other kindrod
spirits lu'd their day. Nor does it in
clmlx t!)HHiionae In the FouMh Au
ditor's o I lie', which haa charge of ex
pe:iditnrei in fie Navy Department,
where the Rob on gang paid more for
the trpair of old ships than they orig
inally coat, and had no ships left.
Tho records will show tha'. since the
Democratic administration took hold,
as is heretofore shown in the report of
tho First Comptroller of the Treasury,
an earnrat eflo't Is being nit do to col
lect alt of the balances, nd with much
greater ruccesa than could have been
nlicipittd owing to the long lapse of
Tnis is timply a parlial peep In'o
tho bo -k. Tne short time that the
Democratic administration ha been in
power rendari it lnipo sible at th e
time to gvo a full txpeture (if all the
deiinqu -ncies and defalcations of the
Kepuo ican ofllca holdors.Jwho were
not prorecuted for their robbery and
plunder, bat kept in power by the K
publican partv. The blanches of the
service in which thece defa'otiona oo
conei ara shown by the following ta
ble and the figures are ollicial:
Custom. 192,104 38
Internal r-iveuuo :i5,tliil) 09
Diplomatic 724,6(11 4!)
Tie?aury 6,(HI2,4'-'4 05
Judiciary 8(K),(H4 62
Ioterior, dvil 338,080 15
For customs 375,208 311
Inturnul lovenue 3 424,671 50
Mali's ;ub ic lands 274,501 31
Inttrahl rfvat uist mp.. 321,177 til
Cdhu mi olhco nullum tH 28,8()i 72
MUeilaiironi a urrc 168,17:1 38
Cajnured and nbamlontd
Tot 1 eince 1801 8l:',8!i3,470 4'J
A BRAVE B0V.
A Uttllmil Youth II hi 11U Vl-nh I ul
Annj to 'nre II U Futnl
aii.anta, Ga.. Soptembcr 1. Mat-
tie Kobeit-on, age i 9 yeara, is the
line of M. 1). Knbank. When 6
mom lis old s ie f-ill in tho fire, and bas
euu -rca oi nee iroai a tore on l.er lie. u
A alio t t ine since Dr. 11 -nrv Wile be
gin to tieiit tlie ch id with a view to
-carirg the aore upon her bead. The
doctor haa been lit wiri uo in the
-ciae, and lue-diy decided to give the
Birl a new scalp. By appointment
Mkt'ie KoUPiisnn, a compat.Hii tir
Ler c mm, lt chard I'.utMnk, the 12
year old eon nf Mr. F.ubank, went to
Ur iie cluce. J be doctor ex
plaioed that be would prepare the
tor p ace on the little pirl's head for
the reception of a new skir, and th
he w. u!d hate to tike for ttiis purpose
tne nwueu lleauaul c iticle l oin one
of their arms. Wben everything
rai in reutineas lor the oni
tton. v. who allien tne cti'Utren
frum whoas arm tbe fleah should be
taken. Both of them looked at the
eliiaitm Ma e of the snrgeon s knifrt,
and tht'D thn hnv with manlv L'tl-
lantry lured h e arm and held . i ut
to tbe dr.ct ir. With the h ve of the
e"ia!ift in his work. Dr. Wine pro
ceeded to taketwenty-tivtf siiill icea
from the Lriarm of veung Kibtnk
, and plfc them upon the heud of bis
cfusin. Tbe boy end gill stood the
j ot-rA'iin bravely, and it wa per
ftliiuid 'c tro doctor' sMlnfaoi:on
The bov'a fut-ifr wa not to Wed
fled, however, and wh-'n the children
reached borne and told whit hat be. n
done, which wts tlie fiist intuuntu n
of the alia r, Mr. Eubink waien ng 'd.
His ird griKti )n kniw to bu-id", a t'',
repairing to au tlllc r of the 'aw. he
Bwore out a warrant chargbg Dr. Wile
with asiaalt and battery upon his son,
and had him arretd. J)t. Wile gave
a $200 bond f Jr his appearance, and
the bearing of the case will excite no
A ovement )Lklaa Kre
lloar ('(to Factory.
laraoiAL to t arriiL.I
Jackson, Miss., t-eptomer 3 The
question of building a 2O0,C0O tton
factory is being seiiouely agitated
hare, f-'oms Northern capital's;, who
are responsible acd reliahle sentlt
men, pnipoee to furiiish $l';0,000 mid
undertake the erecti m f a fjclorv,
provided the citiz ns of Jackson will
lake stock in the eot'.rpriao to tbe
amount of soO.OtX), to iaie which a
iueelirgof riiizsns is called forTuei
dey evuuirg nvxt. Tlmre can be no
doubt but theie is sullicit nt liberaii'y
aod eaterprite aiiung our citnena to
nucede to this propiHition. f no ie
ject it would be the bigat tf folly and
would display eeltiin and sordid
spirit that wou'd joet y invoke odium
upon the ;nmmunity.
A colored man named Smith Far
theree has been ai rested under the
eusidcion and charge of being tbe as
sBiin of Nelson Potter, colored, ahich
occuned at the rallrcad jucction sere
a few nights since.
The Don. C L. Andcr.on, of At
tala couiiy, was nominated today for
Qjnareaa from trie Filth Consrets'onal
Dis'rict of Mississippi, on the 110th
ballot, defe a log the lion. 0. B. Sin
gleton, the prraent incumbent, the
lion. W. D. Gibbs of Yizio, the Uoo.
John W. Feaell of Laudeidale, and
Dr. W. L. Kelrne of Iljlmes.
THE ALBANY SEA SEBPEST.
Dlory to Induce Trnvnl
Albahy, N. Y Sejjtsmber 3. The
much talked of tea ferpent. waa seen
by Cpt. Hitcacock, just before da'k
last evening, Der Bearen IsUnd. lie
cught but a momentary glimme vi
tbe monster before it satk. Only a
portion of the body appeared ah ive
the water, and the captain oaid it was
as lnrrfe around a the sUamer Li til's
smoke I'a k, ab'Ut three faet, and nf
a dark color. As he lo iked it au k
quUtly beneath tbe water. John I.
Briges has conceived an idea of cop
turing the reptile and placing it on ex
hibition. This morning, a the LitU
was making her trip to thi city, the
moustir apt cared again s.veial mil s
nearer the city. The sUamor was
pawing the Frotbinxham resideiue st
Staat's Landing, a'jout five miles bi
low A'b.'ny, acd Capt. lli'chc ;ck was
ralu'ing wiih the whistle a party on
shore whin lie was star ltd by
an txclamation frun John D. Par
sons, who pointed out rpin the
water and aaked: "Wha'.'s that?"
dp'. Hitchcock said: ' I looked just
in time to lee what looked like a oiir,
slat colon d iwad (ticking rgM up
out of the wator five livt. Toe kiihs
looked flat and it ws about two fett
aurose. 1 did not see any eye?, and
snpponethey were on ths oth'r side.
The head stood right straight lor a sue.
oiid or two, as if the animal wanted to
brenMie, then it sunk out of sight.
The place whore I saw it is tbo deep
e:t in the river." Mr. Patiwtis said:
''Juntas Capt. Hitchcui-k b'ew the last
wbis le I siw a big head sticking oil'
of the water and ral'el the Ciptair's
attention to it. It wai out .( the
w. tor and about the color of an tel.
AH 1 taw apu ared lo he heed. It
was rounded on top aud 1. oktd ub.iut
ke a liosi thnt hd been under water,
but it was not. It was alive."
A number of liver men, having de
signs on the liberty r f trie snrpent,
made a trip down on the Lott today
to get a look at it Fuither iuf)rmv
tiou is eagerly s Might a ter by ljat
men. MAB11N, TENS.
(ililwrll Almoal l'nnlmnnlr In.
ilorMMt for Conarpaa.
IcuaRtspoxDtnca or tri ArraAb.l
Mabtik, Tbnn., September 1. Our
County Demociatic Oonvn'ion, which
m.'t in Dresden today, nominated f r
the It ueao excellent young Dotio
crat, ydney J. Everett, n s el-ct on
br a laiga majority is aa assured fact
The convention lmtrnoted for Cald
well for Congress, with great enthusi
asm, the on y oppieiticn coming fiom
an lnsigolncant lierce element in
three districts. A motion by a Pierce
delegate to instruct for Pierce as sec
ond i loire waa voted down by a vote
nf 198 to 28. Tbe Democracy of Weak
ley are earnestly and heartily for Cald
well. ' CHAMBERS.
A MONT 1.1RI.KAL OKFKRl
Tub Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall,
Mich., offer to send their Celebrated
Voltaic Bki.ts and Electrie Appli
ances cm thirty days' trial to any man
afflicted with Nervous Debility, Loss of
Inlity, Manhood, etc. Illus rated
pamphlet in scaled envelope with full
particulars, mailed free. Write them
lllahwnjr Itnlilirrlra nt Nl, Louis.
St. Li i iM, Mo , September 3 Two
hiifliWr-v rotiliHriei ir niriiil lutt nivht
on the .Nl nd .ener n ad, of which ler-
mar i ovs ruturi.ing from the i l'y were
victiuiiie.l. The tl nt rubbery ocrnrred
anout a timi'ter ol a ti tle east ot HO' k
lull noS ' itlne, J-red Ye n rruan. who
Uvea at Kukwood, wft- riding home on
) liay wagmi at !t o clock aud wa)
(topped by two men. who to badly
frightened him that he could gjve no
dtaenptton cf them a'tetward. They
loint: d elio'guns at h s bead and re-
ieved him of 38 and suno tronil
change. Abut fifteen minutes' walk
east of this loint of rbbi-rv William
Lamb, a Kockhill fariLer boy. waa
stopped by the mine couple, who, be
sV. wore mm-kj He lud St paei
ball a mile back at liurtoht ' grove and
left all bis money with Edward Bar
told. So the Tobbei g-.t no Ini'g ot
h m Tha two iuc dent cica' d some
excitement in the communities along
tbe Manchwter road, being the flret
n'gnway roiiu-nra attempted on mat
luorougmire in yrar.
Tha Wilmington Mororro Wsrkera,
Wilmington, Dsl.. S-ptembrS
An agreement was reached la-t night,
by wlncn the striking rn' rocco work
ers formerly in the emplov ot W. J,
McC ary, will be taken hack, as they
ae needed, at an advance ol ah nit
60 cents per week in wane?. The
average advance, ttrnck for was about
84 percent, To a reporter Mr. Mo-
Clary said he would take back his
men, as be needed them. This rr
raukement will not affect other shop,
Tbe men have hem out Blue March
Thkhk's one tooth-wash, the ladioj
Baloved by belles o'er evury "wash"
die denldrics there is mpremely
A aaeeter, hctlei on than all the rest
And you will find in every lai d the
That KW0DOX r 's i's old, famili
FRISKY VIC'S LiST FREAK
MBS. SCHILLING AGAIN Fl'RJISU
For tbe Ken York Pobllc-A New
Scene la the Drama of tbe Hill
Naw Yobk, September 3. The Her
ald thia morning publish' s ths follow
ing .tory: Vic oria Motosici, ihe
deug-jt-rof Jay Gould's ra'tner and
intiuia'e fiiond, (iiovanid Mur s ni, is
furuiatiing ihe pu 1 o with emusemint
once more, liar elopement with her
father's coichmsn, Eraest Schiiliog,
ber debut on the itun and the anger
and Irei.zy of the I alian iioRiicir are
r.nnemhtred by all.' A Dew scene has
been slipped into the diamaof the
millionciie's daughter's lifo, and it ie
by no means lew lurid than ttioee ai
re i(Jy presented to the pnbl c. She
bas deserted ber husband, after a year
and a half of married life, and gune,
but where the bas gone nobody ki.ows.
Some fay she has returned lo her
father and been sent by him ior a few
yeaisof trarel In Europe, but the de
ar ed husband will not have it that
way. He asserts that they lived hap
pily till a short time ago, wben a cloud
crept over the domestic horizon,
and to the sound of slow fiddles,
t .e heavy villain enured, a Boeton
ian graduate of Yale and one who de
voted his intellect to the business of
bis father, wbicb ie mbbdr. His
neatly engraved card is in possf sdon
of Mr. Schilling. Upon the exploi b
cf this Bo ton gentleman Mr. Schillirg
hangs his realtors for believing th.i
his mile no longer oils him "Diarist
Ernest," "My Jove," or nigns hers-lf
'Your little love." Mr. Schilling
a'at" that bis wife left nothing be
mud her. save some suited linen and
the liit ;h key. He considers this very
unkind, as the had $1100 in tbe bank.
Mr. Sutilliug throws light upon his
firvt acquaintance with his wile in the
f jllow.ng narrative:
' schilling's story.
When I fiist entered the emplcy oi
Mr. Morcs'ni, I bad nut been in the
s'ab e more that five minutes before
Victoria cumo down from th house to
see what tbe 'new coachman wai
like.' That waa in the morning. In
the afternoon the came again, and
thereafter she nsed to make two visits
every day to look at the horte, and
wou'd loiter around the stables talk
ing with me. She paid me many lit
tle attentions, which I construed as
acts of ber kind heart, and the idea
that she was actuated by anr other
mo' ive never entered my mind. I
was at one time' kicked by a horse,
and received a severe irjury oa my
left ley. She came down to the ft -bles
to B:0 me, and gave me $2 to pay
the doctor. Afterward she brought
me many little deltiacits at eviry
visit. This continued until the end
cf three months, whon one day I was
Bnrprised beyond measure to hear her
sav : ' Do vou kno w 1 -I I ?"'
'I -I ipposite to hate?"
"Idon'tkuow what you mtaa," I
I d!d know well, by the wny Bhe
aced, but I pretended otberwhu.
"Opposite ta eiilit is nire."
"Not eight, hut lute," she ea:d. "I
love you. 1 icitlly do.
"cu uou t mean tnit, " wcs my
"P'.y- . . . ..
llinn she nrcamn angry ana raiter-
ated her Etitoment. Tuen s unebody
came along, and when they bad gone
flu cuitiiiued in the same strain. I
reasoned wi'h ber and told ber tbat
we could not, live on my eloncer
salary aa she had been acens
tomtd ti ail tbe luxnr'es, and
tbat it would be very foolish for
us to go away. She raid she wonld te
willing ti live la a cottaite una wear a
calico gown if sNa cm Id be mine.
F nal v we arranged our plans to leave,
but not un il she hed threatened to
throw bersdf into the liver unle s I
would marry her.
Of puie Cod Liver Oil, with Hypo-
phosphites, is a most valuable remedy
for consnmpt on, scrofula, wasting dis
eaies cf ci.ildien, cilds and chronic
coughs, and in all conditions where
there is a loss of tldsb, a Irnk of nerve
power and a genetal debility ol tbe
A Dlaaatron Wreck.
Syracuse. N. Y.. September 3
Eirly this morning a fro:gbt train and
a wildcat train collided near Aiarceaus
St a ion oa the Aybarn bianch of the
New York Central and Hudson r.Ul
n ad. Both locomotivis were wrecked
as were also tan carloads of merchan
dise. Tbe lots is upwards of $150,000.
They Are Nut Nurrjr.
There ia one thing nobodv ever re-
grota that ie, the day they first adopt
ed l arkor s ionicai their regular lain
il v medicine, lta range Is so wide
and ita good effect eo mire, that noth
ing else, except good nursing, an
needed in a great majority ol cases
liny it, try it, and afterward it will not
rcqutie any p ainn mm ns.
Mini k il Ml I.I inn, O.
Nkw Yoiik. Seet-niber tl. Tha
Stindurd O'l C-inina y Will liiti!d a
l.in.-o rtline'V at l.i nt. O.. whern it
has struck in th oil and tlie gi'B. The
worka will be on thn linn of the New
York, Lake Erie and Wtstera rail-
Prof. Chs. Ludwig Van Seeger
Pmffnr of MMicint at ft ifnvnl (7nrrtiru;
A'awArariA il vatrtna Order of tit Iron
. Oir 1Mlat Kniuht at th Huynl
a M Lrgum Uorutr, tic. , ,lc , m;i :
1,1 Kill W ( O.'NtOCA Hm.l' IOSK)
ihnuld not ba eonfennded with tha horda
of trmhy cnra-alli. It m in no win ot tha
word a paUnt reraedr. I am thoroughly
oonnmant wl'h In inoda ot praiiaratlon,
and know H to nootonly a lailtlmata phar
macautioal produot. bot alio worthy ot tha
h!h eomniandattona It hat raeotvad In all
parn of tha world It ooatatnt aannea ol
Dooli vooa, uinina. irua anu vaK.nja,
whli-a ara dinnlvad la pura sannlna Span
ish Imperial Crown Hherry."
lnvalnabla to all who ara Ran Down, Ner
voat, l)ypptle, Ililinui, Malnrtoai or af
fllrtsd with weak kidntyi. war nl
Mrr Slt' ravnrlt Coamelle
Uurd by Itrr Rnynl BignitXr Primtmot
Wnl r i and tha Debility, i'at tha Skin. Com
pletion, r.rupttoua, Chapping, Kouihnau.
I.IKRiU ((. Urnnlwa Hyrnp !
HnraMnrilln ii fuaranUed aa tha bait
buri' parti ia in tne marKet.
N. . Ilrnol, St Ml NK4T NTREF.T
.1. Il l CON A" CO.
OO ALAND WOOD
1V BRAI.E STRKET,
Near th Corner ol Doioto, Meuiphli, TenDl
The most wonderful Pain-Curer tho world ha9 ever
known. Its effects are instantaneous.
Children Cry for
Woods & Swoope,
Buggies, Wagons and Harness,
NANCE COTTON PEESS,
N i en m Engine, tflatbiuvry of All Desoriptlons,
No. 332 SECOND ST MEMPHIS. TENN.
e-JTriea in tho Crucibk
About twenty years ago I direoyercd a little sora on my check, and tho doctors pro
nonncod It cancer. I have tried a number of physicians, but without rccelrins any perma
nent benefit. Among tho nnmber were one or two pcciallst. The medicine ttiey applied
vat like fire to the aorc, canning intense imin. I aaw a statement in the papers telling what
8. 8. 8. had done for others (Initially afflicted. I procured some at once. Before 1 baa nsod
the second botllo tho neighbors could noilce that my cancer was healing np, tly general
health hod been baa for two or tlirco years 1 baa a hacking cougn ana spit blood contin
ually. 1 had a awere nam in my breast. After taking six bottles of 8. S. S. my cougb left
me and I grew Hooter limn I hail been for several years. My cancer has healed over all but
a little eKJt about the sizo of a half dime, and it Is rapidly disappearing. X would advise
very one with cancer to givo S. S. S. a fair trial.
llus. NANCY J. McCONAUGUKY, ABho Grove, Tippecanoe Co., Ind.
Feb. IS, 1886.
Swift's Specific ts entirely vegctablo, and seems to cure cancers by forcing out the Impn
Use fiom the blood. Treatise on lllood and Skin Diseases mailed free.
T11K BWliT SPKWFIO CO., Drawer S, Atlanta, Ga.
T(N(1A Is a nmluct Of tho Tniig or Fricncily
irr'YB a ei'ini1""!"' of Tonga with
JVwjwww other imrrudlrtiu whose cur
ative proportlos havo Ix-en tliomtiKhly k-stt-d.
tWrtrVv taken inU-mnliy, and pro
iVV.WWVV dii c no unpleasant ctlevts.
It contains no Opium cr Morphino
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Unrlraled nnt only In faclllilei for hliheit Instruction In Laoiusges, Munle, Art, but also
In locution. henlihfulneM, home oomforis and trainina;. .... .
TKHMS PK.ll ANMM-Parable Hall In A Jvxnce Uoard, Ttoddinr, Vi aahlnr. Tuition In
Enalish studies, French. Herman. Vocal Music In Claai, t0.
tor particulars, apply to bll'tlUyll.
LOCATED AT FARMDALE P. O., FRANKLIN CO.,
iz mllei (rom Frankfort, Ky., opens 42d Annual Session
Nepleiuber 6, 1S86, under mora (av.rable auspices than
lor twenty yeara. Tha Superintendent and Faculty give un
divided attention during all hours of every day to the sot
eminent and instruction of the pupils, all of whom ara or
ganized Into one family. Before placing your ton elsewhere,
send for Catalogue and Circular of Information to
KOKT. D. AII.KX Nnperlnlemlrnt.
I Am eonvineert. after teettnir it. tb.it Tonoaunb
m aism. Walieb Uoi-eb, M. D., Si. Ui, Mo.
H.'ive testud ToNOAUNE in severnl aim cf N
rakta. It baa airon me jorfiot Mlislrctwn.
O. B. OBTBiKDEn. -M. D., Falrhnry. IB.
.Have nsed Tojjoauwt In Nenralcia and In9au
matoi? Kneuiuatitdii, wirh tbo very twwt rwrtnlt.
J. N. Paog. M. I., V .maeicook.nl,
PHIOE ONE rot.LAR PKR BOTTLE.
711 MTAHHtN;TOK AVVSVP, KT T,otrm.
JOHN . BiSDLE t C0.trS0PR
Second St. Memphis, Ten"
FOUNDERS & MACHINISTS,
MANUFACTURERS AND DIALKK3 IN
.nxiues, Hollers Kawnitlla,
Dradford Corn aud Wheal. Hill ,
Cotton PreiMs Cottou UivM,
8hatlinK, Pnlleye a m .
HPK4 IAL NoriCR-vTaaraprfparadtonll orden
cniooti notioa, for tha pate rated Mertnre pntani
WranslH.xu rnllj. We earry In stook over
TwoUundred Aaiorteil llr.
arSon(l foT Ontalorne and TMii.llt.'
SUGGS & PETTIT
GROCERS. COTTON FACTORS
And Commission klercliants,
3CO and 2G3 Wront St., Jffcmphiw, Tenn,
J. T. I iPRADK, JOHN MoRVTH,
Late J. T. LaPrade A Co. Lato wuh J. i. Lai'rade It C
No. 304 Front street, : Memphis. Tenn.
-navin retired from tha Saddlerr and Haraeia bnsinese and opened an office as abore,
we ara Slea'ed to announce to our friend and the publie tenentlljr that we are now prepared
to serve tbem in nor new eapaoiiy. Returning thanks to' the very liberal patronare ex
tended ui in the old line, we trust to merit and receive a tharo or vnur favors in tha new.
IiaPRADE, McURATH A CO.
LANGSTAFF & COMPANY
322 and 324 Main Street
SPECIAL LOW PRICES ON
T?"ir 1 TWa.! A nia'aatac'i
m. b. mm & eo.
LIBER IDiPllli MILL
Doors, Sash, Blinds, WoMlags,
Frames, It rack eta, (tcrolMVork, Bough aud Dressed
Lumber, shingles, Laths, Water Tanks,
All kinds of Wood Work executed at Short Xoticc.
Nos. 157 to 173 Washington street, Memphis, l enn.
25Gniid 258 Front street. Memphis, Tenn.
J. c. neely;
BROOKS, IEELY & CO.
GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS,
And Commission Merchants,
No. 3G7 Front Street, : Memtiii Tenn.
JOSEPH fil OARHAN.
FADER, FRANK & CO.
'2l Front treet.
D. W. FLY. F Tt. "KU0NT. SAM IIOB'ON.
Late ol Commerce, Miss. Lato ul Ciffoeville. Miss. Lata of Brooks, Heely A Co. .
Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants,
324 Front Street, Memphis. Tenn.
ARfiiSTEAD & LUNDE
COTTON FACTORS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
'o. 931 Front Street. or. Fnion. rf ainolits. Tenn.
FIRE, INLAND AND MARINE.
THE BLUFF CITY INSURANCE CO
OF MEMPHIS, TEN.
OFFICE-No. 285 MAIN STREET. .
, j, WRANK. W. A. OAQE. M. QAVIN, , J. W. FALLS,
j r nrr.i.T. Pr-tint. 1 v. luanr.a.Tiff-Prw'i, w. u. wooat.Nff'T.
HERNANDO INSURANCE 00.
OF MEMPHIS, TEXX.
OFFICE-23 Madison St. (Desoto Iluuk Building).
R n PUNSOMB, R. I.. COCHRAN, J. H. MrDAVIir, F. M. NKI.SON,
LUANAVJER. A. VACCAKO. J. R. PKfPKrl. W . B. MALLuRY.
UAi 1 N7F0NTAINK. JOK. BRUCE. J. T. WILLI VH.
8 if. priTiSCOMB.Prfs't. JQS. BRITIC, Y.-Prfs't. J.S. DtTSrOMn ,Set'j
Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants,
No. 314 Front Street, Corner ot Monroe, Memphis, Tenn,
all kinds of Boor and Window
aUJ J I
II. M. KEELY.
JOSEPH FA DEB
Opimslte Cnstoiii IIqhho.
irs.Who ale GrocBrs
01 & HOBSON