MEMPIJIS DAILY APPEAL THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 9. 1886.
TEE QUAKER CITY.
A LITTLE EARTHQUAKE FOB THE
MAYOB OF PHILADELPHIA.
Opening or the Theatrical Season
People Retarolng From the Sea
shore aad Sammer Resorts.
IcoHtiroxDiici or thi ArriiL.I
Philadelphia, Pa., Sep'embw 6.
Tbis city was vieited by a mild form
of earthquake Iat wfcr m were all
the seaboard cities from New Yo k
down, but one of our citizens, the
Mayor, ws vhited by his own privte
earthquake, and reports ai to the
daman? are as yet cod trad ictry. The
Mayor's private rersonalurthqnalte
takes the shape of a Committee of
Ccmmon Council appfipted tt inves
tigate charges of tha .irvost rericui
nature, concerning , tha" handling nf
certain sums of rnouoy, same fsoOO,
and which he is tafd Ut have withheld
fiotn their lawful rcpoaltor, the City
Treasurer, and diveftod to his own
uses. Lie certainty did have the
money in hid possesion, but sur
rendered It immediately on demand
of the City Council and has writtan a
statement to Hie Committee of Invet
tigation which shows vtry clearly,
should it te. borne out oy tne testi
mony which the committee are en
gaged in taking, that the chorion are
net home out by the fact. With
such &u investigation in p mitre s,
with the earthquake and Alexaudur's
abdication, there in no lack of nia'erinl
The theatrical season opened hers
latt week in a feeble kind of a way,
and we cliroi iris one failure far the
fird week tbe Daily News Company.
Tne at-awn reBlly opens tonight, the
priecipal attractions beineMts. John
Drew as"Ltuly Franklin" in Honey,
and Viola A'len in W. C. Cooper's
Talked About, and then tbe uaual
thing?, as McNish, Johnston and
Wavina mimtrels aod Carncrosa's
The people are getting back from
the seashore, though Spruce and Wal
nut street folks will not be back for
more than a month yet. It is enough
for ordinary mortals to Lave one to
three months out of town, but the
more favored ones do better than that.
Tncir programmes read something 1 ke
tbis: May and Jane at their country
residences in the Bubnrbs or at the
numerous elegant tuburban hotels,
such as Wissahickon Inn or Devon
Inn ; then two weeks or moro, accord
ing to the weather, at Cresson or
Glen Summit, or, maybe, a tour
through the Adirondack" or tbe White
mountains, alter which the seashore.
As to what particular point of the sea
shore there is considerable lati
tude allowul, even among the
tipper teo. They goto Nowport, to li
lJarhor, to Klbcion, being almost
equally divided between the three,
with a tew scattering ones at Cape
May, Martha's Vineyard, . Atlantic
City, Asbury Park, and other planes.
Oa September let they, with one
accord, forcake tbe soaehore, and after
another week rr so of the mountains
or Saratoga or ;chQeld Spiinga, par
ticularly the latter, they return to the
suborts ' and play cricket nd lawn
tennis until the cold October weather
drives them to the city for the winter.
This, however, Is only tbo upper ten;
the upper ten thousrnd omit the first
and last portions of the programme
entirely, for a nuuibtr of them live so
near the suburbs when at home as not
to requite that part of the programme,
and a largo proportion of them could
not afford it If they required it,
and stay at Capo May during July,
August and a part of September, a few
straying to Atlantio City, Asbury
Turk and other places along the Jeraey
shore, while the masses go en mac so
to Atlantio City, with a considerable
portion being diverted to Ocean Urovo
and Asbury Park. All these places have
their adherents and champions who
think, as one does of hix doctor or his
minister, that theirs is far the best ev
ery way socially, physically and artifi
cially, or rather architecturally.
There are always a number of South
erners nt Cape May, and ono of the
handsomest women there and ono of
the most attractive this summer wvb
Mrs. Gwynn, of Nashville, whose mu
sical ability and succets as a raconteur
made her the center of an admiring
gronp'wherevor she was.
The hostile polit'cal cimps are
busy making out plans for the ap
proaching campaign, and ere long the
voice of the Btuuip speaker will be
.heard in the land. max.
.URS. VICTORIA SCHILLING.
Slip la Until to e r.cril s Mou.
irrnl Couvtinl nt Ilrrt'nlh
The whereabouts of Mrs. Schilling,
the daughter of Hanker Moroeini an.it
the wife of Krneat Schilling, is still a
mntter of doubt. Sho has been located
at various pninta bv the newspaper?,
but the New Yoik Hun places her in a
Canadian convent. This theory no
seems the moat plausiblennd to be the
one meet generally believed by the
friends ot too young wonun. Like
all the preceding rhnpters of her
career this last one is tilled with in
cidents of dramatic interest, Thoeo
who have wondered whether or not
tbe stern father would relent aud
take back to her homo the daughte
who hVd from it with Lis coachp m
will doubtless be pleased to loarr. (bat
a reconciliation lias been effected.
Every class of lumor basbern clrcu
latsd, both as to her movements and
those of her husband, and tome of
those pr.nUd. l ave not been in the
beet i f taste.
A lady who was on tbe most intl-
nr.it9 tc raiB miih Mrs. Schilling, Baid
that she had left her husband aud be
come reconciled to her father. She
further said that an arrangement had
been made with Mr. Morot-ini bv
which Victoria ws to gi to a convent
and spend a yo.ir ttore. According to
this joung Wy, she mtt two Bisters
frcru the Montreal Convent of the
Sacra I Hsait on WcducaJay evening,
nnd took the 0:30 train from tlm
Grand Central Depot, it is also Slid
thnt the young man with the Mack
moustache, who has figured io proml-
na:Ulv in the newspapeis, checked her
Jrnnk throtwh to Montreal. The
Menriiv of this vouna man has not
yet been e:tablished, bnt from all
mv.inntJL he is net a gay dereiver.
but an intimate friend of the Moro-
siai family, who has been raiieu in io
get the daughter ti leave her cracb
nian husbnnd. At all events, the im
Tr.6i'n among thoeo who aro sup
p'asdto know, i that Victoria hai
not gone away with some ojo whom
B e iiked b.ttcr thau her bust and,
but hifl simply CDinplied wiih tbe
w shu of nrr People a separatinjj
from him. !" Moioa'ci himself re
in s to talk.
1 hat the daunhter long ago ytarned
for the home she bad It ft seems to be
a fact. -Her regret at the it p she bad
taken was frequent y expremid to her
I, lends, though she ws never known
to have expreaed any dishke for her
luband. Ons of her friends, in speak
ing ol ber many trouble, said that
Mrs. Schilling's health began to fail
list winter. She caught several colds,
and frequently went to tbe Casino an 1
p ayed her part when she conld scarce
ly stand. The colds left ber a disa
greeable cough that she could lot get
rid oL Then ber voice failed and she
was relegated to tbe ranks of the
chorus girls. It was about that time
when, with tears io ber eyes, she said
to Miss Marianne Maoola that she
longed to see her father, and asked
Miss Maoola if she bad not better go
home. She was advised ti doio and
to foisake even her liu-hmd for him.
Wheiherehe lent any word to ber
father at this time is i.ot known, but
news ol ber feiling health reached Mr.
Morosini and he mide an ll'ort to
communirats w tb h r indirectly. It
was about that time that the young
man nitb tbe black moustache was
first seen in her company on ISroad
way. This fact got into one of the
New York alternoon paptr, and M s
Schilling ws ireatiy dis retted. She
said at the time tint be wts a f iend
and brought her news of her fa In r.
About Bve months ngo Victoria ai
quite sick, and Mi. Alorrsint soot a
Iriend to the Casino to make inquiries
about her. The father requei ted one
of the members of the com; any to
meet him, but tho actor declined, at
the tame time express ng h wHing
ness to see Mrs. Mornsini. The latter
did not call, bnt the muual friend
with the black moustache did, and he
waa frequently therfafer Si en in the
company of Mrs. Schilling. After
these visits she always stemed to be In
h'gh sp ri's snd was often heard to ra
mark that she would soon be under
thscre of her father. It was about
this time she epoke to her husbaud
about going homo, and, according to
her own story, he was very much put
out about it. Everything shows thnt
she had b come thoroughly tired of
her lot and had expressed h r discon
tent to several friends. The f tct wss
conveyed to hor father, and thou the
rau'ual friend again appeared.
Tben it was that ber fathor tout
word that if she was willing to leave
ber husband and live in obscurity for a
year, he would tal e ber home. She
sent word back, so it was ssid, tln-t
sho was willing: to do thin, and then
the arrangement was made with the
Deon le of the Hacrod Heart uonvonr.
One of her friends made the remark
that Victoria bad a roal affection for
her husband and would glay live
with him if she bnd plenty of money.
JOHN C. ENO'.S LIFE.
Anxloun Io Upturn to tbe RlrnteN
lll l aid rioainrt
Ottawa dispatch to the Cincin
nati JCniuirer: It was only a few dajs
siro that vour correspondent was in
Quebec, end whi'e thoro called upon
John 0. Kno at bis chateau, jiiHt out
side the Gold Kock City, for the pur
pose of learning from him whether
there was indeed any truth in tho re
iort that he bad Lwn making over
tures to the New York aathoritiis
lo k;ng toward a set:lonieiit of his
diflicalt'es in that State, which at
tiresent keen him an outcp.s'. J' :;o
admitted that his friends had tti.d to
sottle up all matters for him, so that
he could return and to tnrongn me
more formality of a trial, which wou'd
end in an acquittal. Lie said that
whilo he was happy in (.juiidpc, ne
would much rather live in tho Statu'.
This is apparent to all who hove ever
known hnu in Gotham. Go where
he will, be about whntevtr buxinesB
he may, tbero is always tne same
cnld. lndiutrent Icolt upon hie lace.
There is also a peculiar mechanism
about his movemenis which never
wears awav unless ho is at a billiatd
table. Here be Beoms to 1)3 at home
There is probably no man in Canada
who handles a cue as well as Kuo. He
hss entered in several tournaments
which have baen held in Quebec, and
came out winner each tlnn. lie is
very ab-ent minded and this seems to
be growing upon him. It my bs in
hie reveries he is contrasting life in
Canada with that of the convict
pounding s'otie in Sing Sing orA uburo.
lie Is indillerpnt to all visitors except
American?. These ho is partial to and
will sit for hours in one of the Rutin
ccshioncd hammock with which hB
grouuds abound, lb teeing to what
they may have to sav of tho country
of his first love. His wife, a very
pretty woman, with a graceful figure,
Is generally by his side. She dresses
twice each day; whether with
her family only or when en
tmtaining; it is all the tame.
Their lesidence is a quaint old place,
fitted luxmi usly. Ihe furniture la
all of old dot i i'ii and of heavy oak and
mahogany. It cannot cost Kno lets
than $50.0 per ynr to live in tbo
stylo he doce, but thm never eoenia to
trouble him. I'oiiruftBo best tvois?s
which he could buy in all the country
about are in his t tables und at leas',
occo each dny, when the weather is
line, he enn he sien behind a span of
jt black ninies driving at athrio
minute gnit to or (totn the anciynt
cnpiul. Try hh be will, the absconder
cannot feel at home. The doors ol
the lUssep, the Tachereaus and the
Morlus, a 1 first families, are closed
epiinst him. Hint Kno huuted all
Canada over be could not have found
a city in which ho would have had as
nmcu dlliculty in obtaining an entree
into society as be has beie.
flunk (' Atlrtlr.
IIartfoiid, Conn., Serp'embcr 8.
The investigation of T. F, Plunkctt's
all airs reveals no do'alration in tbe
Union M ui'acturing Company. In
the Silk Company, it is found that of
the $fl,000of paper which Plunko t
had, $10,000 was not negotiated, and
$501)0 wss put to the use of the com
pany. This reduces the amount to
$36,000, of which soma may yet bs ac
counted for. Hosides this ho took
$25,000 worth of negotiable paper, but
does not appear to have realised on it.
IMutra In Xiala Uniting I'aljr.
Austin. Nbv.. September 8. A re
port has just reached here that tho
1'iute Indians ae getting ugly and un
easy. A few days ago a diunken In
(linn murdered a nun named Kind
b?rgr in the Smoky Valley, and bis
nrrcttt has raued tho trihe to art in a
viity suspicious manner. It is feared
that a general maHjarre may take
place nt anv time, it is said thst
friendly Indians have warned families
living in the mountair g t get out and
ei-tk places of safety until tho hostile
teeting wears away. 1 lie r.mchera are
alraaity alarmed, and aio taking steps
to protect iheii'HO vo. As the valley
is sparsely s:ittb'd, a fi w mnrdetoue
InihuiiB could easily kill them all, and
then (Hcape to the niniiiit liiiB and
never lie cnp urc'1, hs white men con d
not follow them, r-'oino families are
P'cparing to move to Austin or Onhir,
The whole tronb'o arose from s-liing
wliiBky to the liKliiur.
Of pure Cod Liver Oil, with FypO'
nhoepbiies, is a most valuable remedy
for consumpt:on, scrofula, wasting dis
eases of ctiildren, colda and chronic
coughs, and in all conditions where
there is a loss of llesh, a lack of nerve
power and a general debility of the
PALELL IS A LANDLORD.
WHAT THE IRISII LOYALISTS
SAT OF IIIX.
The MIseloD or the Orange Delegate!
to America Their Position
Nuw Yobk, Sfptember 8 A Mon
treal special to the 7Vi'6un says: ''l'he
Rev. Dr. Kne, tt Belf st, Grand Mas
ter of the Or.mge Bodv in ire and, ac
companied bv M. II. Smith, ef Ar
magh, arrived here yssterdsy. He
says: 'We have come io sprt-aii light
through Canada and tbo States on the
misundeis'ond position (f ih Irish
L-iyalistP. We repreent the Uis'er
Loyalist Anti-It peal Union, an organ
iziton aompo ed of d'flerent creeds
aud clemeots. Our objoct is the mnin
tHt.auce of legislative union in the
United Kingdom, and we do not come
as a depu aMoo to any party or sec
lion. Mr. Prrnell is a landlord him
self, having property in Cuuty Wick
low, bringir g in a rental of 1300 a
year. About five years ego hs pre
sented a petition for tbe sale of this
property to the Land aod Ks'atrs
Court, in order to pay off inenm
brarces amounting to 13,000. Afti'r
paying his incumbrances in full
MR. FABNELL NETTED 25,000.
Though his party enunciates the
dec rines that occupiers of the toil
ought to be owners, he has never pro
posed to put his own tracts to lii 't
position on any tttims whatever. Ha
is cba a 'teriziel as a landlord who en
forces payment of his rents when due
by proe:s or write. His biothcr, who
permanently r.s dcs in tbe United
S ates, has a property in tbe County
of A ririajjli occupied by tenants, who
at tho present moment, if they they
have not paid their rents, within one
f .rtnijilit after it is clue, are served
whh writs from the Superior Cturts
for tlm recovery of amounts and be
fore October 20, 1885, thirty-five writs
were served in one day for rents due
on September 20th, and only one was
for more than 120. The Unionists are
opposed to home rule, so fir as it
means an extension of tha principles
of local government on lines which
wid be applicable to othr parts of the
United Kingdom, but we will oppose
to the death the dismembermout of
the Unitud Kingdom. This, we be
lieve, is the aim of the National
When We Ueiuorallae the Stomach
Br xc8KM or imiiruilenea in entlnrr, wo
cannot hope toeaoapa tlia ennsequcnoea for
any (rent length of time. The most ribuat
digestion muat auocumb to nbusei of that
important funotioD. But suriposlriK that we
have been foolish .enough to onlneble the
stomach, i the damme irreparable 1 By no
means. The dyspeptio has on.y to do two
tliinRs to iuaure hia ultiina'e recovery. First,
ho should adopt an easily digestible diet,
feennnd, he should use with ragulrtrity and
Iiersiatence Hoatnttor'a Btomach Bitters, the
ending galtl io invigcrant of tbe age. Tho
multilorm symptoms ol dynpei aia, and the
Hlmoit invariablo attendant disorders, bil
iousnesa and constipation, will osaured'y
oease to psrseoute the sufierer if the above
advice is attended to. Who that has suDored
the torments that chronic indigestion In
dicts will neglect to take advantuge ol a
remedy which, if the most positive evideno
ot the medical protoniion and tbe publio is
to he received with due credence, is an abso
lute speqillo for the complaint.
The Milk In tho ('ocoraniit.
Life : Old Gentleman (to bov) Do
yon go to Sunday school, little- boy?
L'UIh Boy Nop.
Old Gentleman You shouMu't say
nop. Nor church?
Little Boy Nop.
Old Gentlem an Bleas me ! Aren't
jour parents Christian peoplo?
Liitlo Boy Yee. But you seeono's
a Catholic and the other'd a Protest
tnt That let's me out.
t urn of a Sipraln.
MacaDoa Cbnthu, Wavnb Co., N. Y.,
February 28, 1883.
Somo years ago I badly sprained my
stomach pit king cherries, and have
miflered grently ever since. Nothing
has heeu so imneuciiu ai aiicocK's
Plasters. They entirely cured me of
that troublti. I have sisj been alllii t
id with a hiino auklo, but those Piss
terssoon enabled motowa'k. I rec
ommend them wbenevor I have an
opportunity, as I have found them
very useful for over ten years. All
cock's Piasters have always done me
the greatest service, and 1 sm every
day more and more convirced that no
hcuwhold ehou'd be without them.
MUS. Sl'SIE A. BILLS.
A MONT I.IllKKAI. OFFEIll
Tub Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall,
dieh., offer to send their Celebrated
Voltaic Belts and Electric Appli
amies on thirty days' trial to any man
alllictod with Nervous Debility, Loss of
Vitality, Manhood, etc. Illusl rated
pamphlet in sealed envelopo with full
particulars, mailed free. Write them
UlaaKlroua fire at lleinltioe, Neb.
rr. Joskimi, Mo., Si'ntombnr 8 A
private elispi'tnh from Beatric, Neb.,
leports a disastrous lire llieie this
morning. I, originated in the base
meut of G. li. Scott's dry goods storo,
whrse lo.'Bwill be $20,000 : M. S. Woo
bach lotos on building, $15,('00; M.
B. Thrick, hsrdwBro stock, $2000; K.
M. Liyons, tlry goods, 00; Vaxly
Dtmocrat ofllce, $10(10. Several frame
dwellings wera pul'od down to check
the contUvurntion. S o'.t & Lyons are
A QUESTION ABOUT
Hut qufwrtinn biu prnhAhlj btvn nkA thnnnandi
nf timrHi 'Hnw can nnmti'i Imti Itittitra our entry
thititiT" Woll, It tlenHtn't. Hut it iiMaiiur(n dtiwtfuM
fr Mttlrli rnpiit.iMfi plvynitiitin wouhl irinle H4iN
riijuieUuB rtHtmr,o lnn tw Um lwt rmUirattT
iMtiMit kmiwii to tw imtfttniittn, nnd ht tin try of any
li'iit.iiift ottttiniokl Hnn will Miiltviitiit t iw wuwrtina
tlmt tunrt art rmw nrfpurnli.matot thn if iiy
ol hor tatilmt nncn timxl in insHiielnn TtiiN nhowi Oem
cltiriTily that inm ts akiiillir(Ht U be tho nvwt
tinp.rtnt fiittw in miotwnfuhiuwiii'iil iiratii'. ll in,
linwBTor, TftnrkAlil fiw't. thM jriir f.i tlm liii
pry nf It (tOW N'S I KtlN III TT K H M m w ritnt
1) MUiMaontry irmctiitiinlii'ti Uiui uvwrlMwii found.
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htvtilnctio, cw ppodnon eonntipntl'in nil otlirr Iron
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Ivpr(minf 3lnlnrlu CliilU ntut KrviTH.
Tirrd Fitlhiitt'nrrl Ui biUtT.I'alii iuttis
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irlti ftirall tliMMn aituiftnt tnn H imxtoHtKHl d.iily,
BROWN'S IRON BinERS.Mfc:
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tirtiwr, thn thut"tlin tmpmv till. I. .v. nln hid notlva.
In i.'..,(,n tli.M-II.-ii miKinlly Ttln.rt,Mr mttt mnrkM.
1 lit, t.yt thin t n,i,N to l.riKlun ; the skin clni
li(i; li.nltliy rol.ir connw to tlm fhr-.k; nnrviMlnnoM
iliNHptM.fin,; tnni'tli.nil ,l.rnliirm.iirn lountn ritt
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i m.ill-.l (,.r lh i lnM IL'tni'tnlwr llnmn's lr.,n
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great Remedy for
WioIchiMc Dealers in
SPICER. W. B. D0A5.
ESf Eg, DOAN at CO.)
and Cotton Factors
Street, Memphis, Tenn.
Complete Gin in the city.
JOHN E. KAML & CO., TROPH'S,
B8 Seoond St. Memphis, Ter
FOUNDERS & MACHINISTS,
MANUrACTURKHS AND DEALERS IS
HKln8, Hollers, Nhm niiUs
..... -. t .1)1 A I I I f
urnuinru voni im neiai nut )
otiou I'rewM, Cotiou CJJs
hlialUtiK, Pulleys, A"c.
HPK I AI, NOTH'R-Wc are poured to All ordrt
nn'i.ori notice, forth caletrntad JW'lrt lials'
Wrunitln-Jio Fully. oarr i in stock oror
Two llundrad Assortsd s-iici.
- r-m1 fir 0tnln;ii stid Prii-a-1ist.'
Instruction In Languages, Music, Art, bat alio
Adr Board, Baddlnr, Wuhlnj, TultioO io
ja will, vv
NAPOLR0N HILL, MICHAEL OAVra,
LOUIS HANAliKrf, THOMA8 BOYLK
LAZARDS LEVY. JOHN W. COCHRAN,
ANl'RKW KENKERT. 60L COLEMAN,
JAMES S. KOBINKOrJ. WH. KATZENBKROER,
mr Deposlti rooolved in uml of 91 and upward, and intorost allowed oa lama Baml-
a-Wo buy and aal lol Invostmont Bonda and Boeurltiai fonarally, pa tare, art ai
trustoea, and, In general, exacoto any finanoial busineai mnrring a sal and raiponiibla
ttr Wa issna drafla. In anmi to loitpurobassra, on all parti i of Enropj.
ar Wa bava a oommodious Vault for tbo deposit ot valuables, which Is at tbo Wrrioa e
oar oastomors, 'r of l Unrije.
D. P. UADUIiJi, PresWeiit. EWI). KOLOSMllU, TlctvPresIdenL
JkMFH HUTHAN. Tat-wlpr.
Mew Cotton Gin,
Nos. 201 and 203 Madison Street, Memphis, Tenn.
IiATEST IMPROVE D IIIJIJMCI GINS
BEST Turnout and Nnmple UnMranlrd. Good weights, and remittances promr'
lrmade. All Cotton Injured while 'n Transit and at Gin. Backs furnished on ap
plication. We use tho "Patent lulondfr" and unload all wag.in cotton. Uive us atrial-
NArOLEON 1IILL, rresldent. W.IT. WILKEUSON.Tlcf Presides L
II. J. LNX, Caskiei.
BOW A GE5ERAI, FIBB AID JtAlUHC BCHIHXSS.
A QUARTER OF A KILLIOiTDOLLARS FULL PAID CAPITAL
H. IURSTKNHFIM, WU. I. COLl . JAMES EE1LLT,
Oflie 11) Mail in Street, Memphis. Teiiii
BY MUTUAL CONSENT, tho firm of Alston, Crowell i Co. Is this day dissolved, E. W.
Crowell retiring. The remaining partners, P. S. Alston and 11. H. Maury, will con
tinue the busioess at tbe o'd aland, corner Front and Union streets, assuming all liabilities
and collecting all outstanding acoounts. E. W. 0 HOW ELL.
Memphis. Tenn., September 1,1886.
urdn retiring as above. I bespeak for my
age heretofore extended the old firm.
ALSTON, MAURY & CO.
O -JU-a" A--iUastfllallasaasi.fiiTr1l all wr F
SAW AID rLUlHa-HIU, batt.ta.kd.
Doors. Sasli, Blinds, Holding, Lumber,
L&th and Khinglea, Flooring, Ceiling and Cedar Fosta
M. C. PEARCE.
Cotton Factors & Commission fflerch'is,
No. 280 FROirr STHEET, MEMPHIS, TENN.
Col Inn Warshnnas- Xfrt. SH fid t Vnlon itr't.
D. W. FLY,
Lata ol Commerce, Miss.
F. B. HERR0N.
Late ot Cofteoville. Mill.
Cotton Factors and Commission Mcrclia;.
324 Front Street, Memphis, Tenn.
Corner Adams and Second Sts.
WE DESIRE TO CALL YOUR ATTENTION TO OUR LARGE STOCK OP FINISHED
JHAK1SLB. We are prepared to furnish new work Irom latest desimi on short notioo.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED TO BE FIRST CLASS
In every respect and to give entire satisfaction.
Wa solicit yonr patronage and request that you oall, examine our stook, priool, eto..
before purchasing elsewhere.
W. A. GAGE & CO.
No. SOO Front Street, : Memphis. Tombl.
(KUCCENSOHN TO MEACIIAM A HOKTOOT
OM Staml. No. 1) Union St., Memphis.
if F fill
Cotton Factors anil Commission Merchants.
No. 314 Front Strret, Tornpr ot Monroe, Memphis, Tonn.
THE BLUFF CITY I
OF MEMPHIS, TEXxV.
OFFICE-No. 285 MAIN STREET.
J. F. FRANK.
W. A. GAOK.
J, C. KLT PrealUeui.lD. r, UADDtH, Vlcerr'l. W, H, StOOBE.Scc
J. O. HAKDWERKW
DAVID P. HADDBN,
JAVES A. OHEKttfl,
W. D. BKlilELL. v-
r. p. j uo i vix.
H. H. MAURV.
successors a oontlnnation of the liberal patron
E. W. CROWELL.
JOHN L. MoCLELLAN.
Late of Brooks, Ntoly t Co.
1 k HO
M. QAVIN, J. W. FALLS.
P. HADDEN. J. 0. NKELY.
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