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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 24, 18K6.
THE Wim PAUiDE.
A PSOCESKIOX THREE AND A
HALF SILES LOSU.
Seta? atd Incidents Along the
Liue or March A Grand
St. Lctris, Mo., 8ppteinber 23. Not-withst-id
ng tbe lt'ene;i ot the day
and the efft of the anncnnremnt
mcdc'on Tuesday tbat the Knighta
Templars' parade ws permsneufy
baridoneJ, bat few changes of the
original prcg's-nm were made neces
try by the p BtponemeDt All mem
ber of tbe Commander-io-Cbld'a
tff were on bind and substitutes f r
tiivifioo office s were onl- requ'rtd in
two or throe InsUnof e. Tbe rank nd
file compile?- lew Knights than won'd
bars lormed in line hud the pa-aile
occurred when firtt ad-ertised, bn
nearly every comroanrJer annourced
to pariicipeta was represented. Borne
slight additions bad been made to the
tread' rrjfnra decoration, end three
damaged by tbe bad weather of Tues
day bad been rest red.
Tbe delay ard rronotonom wa'ti a
tbe Fair Griui.da yesterday hud the
Coot of kenpinf prop'e at home dur
ing tVe rarly hour?, ai the public c n
eloderl from its experience yes'erdgy
tbat ihi procpwh n wmld be lat in
Inrming, and in c( ngeq'in:ca the woik
of go'tii g the diviiioiain oaition whs
frrealy fai ilitMe I by the a hue nee of
of the tliro- fa which on other occi
sinns have rendered niarclil'g ex
tr'mc)y d;iXu:iilt. Contrary logoncral
expectation, the participants in the
piaile wt-re prompt in their move
miiDU and b'gan to report Ht the ren
dezvous even before tho boor ap
pointed. All ttie ft'6' ts In the loner portion
of the t ity were f t rly a ive with mov
ing battJinns, acompnnkd by eayly
Caparisoned band of mvr, the latter
in many fntnnces pcrforining their
du ica in a r.it.ier Hatlem end perfuno
tnry manner, and shewing plainly the
t-fl.ct of the alnit st inceseiint work to
which they have been subjected in ec
editing the cimmandeiioa to which
thtiy were at'alied on their fraternal
oiling txppditions, UniforuiB, too,
bogan to stiOAr the t ffr-ct cf hard ser
vile, ard co'crs were not so bright nor
efleu's neaily so brilliant as on the
optming days of the conclave. Kiry
ttalrs br uuht loads of vlaitots, and
by 10 o'clock the street c8 from the
nsidnnoa portions of the city were
discharging huge loads of spectators
along the line ot march.
Contrary ta the Kener-1 expectations
the divisions of the prorcslon were
in position promptly on time, and at
the hoar ot II o'clock the s-gnal for
the start was given and the procession
moved on 1U way. By this time the
crowds along the line ol march were
so dense that all forms ol locomotion
-were rendered extremely diilkult and
everything but pedestrlanitsm Wis en
tirely out of the question. Scores of
stands bad been erected on vacant
lots and in front of buildings whnsa
fronts were some distance from the
treat line and thwe were crowded,
chiefly with gaily dressed ladies and
chi'dran. Along the lower portion of
the roote the windows in the three
milfls of businers houses were jammed
with people who bad selected these
poin's of observation. Tbe procotsion
was hea led by a pUtnon of mounted
police, which cleared the way for iti
It was 11 :45 o'clock when the head
ol the procession reached the review
ing stand in trout of the Kxposition
Btiildinir, whero the member cf the
Grand Encampmont were asflfrnbltd
in btidy. It wai nearly 2 o'clock
when the last division pawed and the
tirand Encampment returned to Its as
As the proi esahn parsed the review
ing stand various evolutions were
one throuith by the Krlithtc, and the
bauds, s xty two in numher, which
accompinid them, and every skillful
orauumal m)vemnt was loudy ap
plaadi d by the crowds which lined
the st.ree's and filled the funr rows of
windows in the capacious Exposition
Building. Long betore the lst divi
sion ol the proce'sinn bad pus ed the
reviewing stand the head hud reached
the jo n. of disban Imi n1-. at the r
trance to the Gaud Encampment
bnll, and the member.! cf the llrs. di
visions, brtukli)g ranks and . joining
wi.h tho other spe tato s. packed
the lawn aurraundiog the build
ing, and rendered movement of
any srtrt well nlyh implies, bit-, while en
trance to the Exposition llurdirg was
entirely out of thequtrtit n. The pro
ce siou aas fully thrfendaha'f mibs
in lenn' h and even lbs m si, entliuti
stit? fill era in charge of the ar anpe
tneuti wi re biirprist-d at its maynitu ie.
The la-ad) pa ted without notable
incident ur.d ro casua'tits of ar.y eort
were rent d. Atiti cluse the par
ticlpauti d fper.'ed thrjrghont the
ciry ard tl asocial calling was lesujied
by route, wluls oihirt avuiled them
eelvis r.f the varioui river txnraions
in b as furnisbAd for the purposi by
the local commauderh s.
THE CH A KT tit OAK
.Am O'hvr t'ompaitlea Hobkod kj
Bnrlholomew for Years.
Na-w York, Septemtur 23. It is
bow rWedonvery god authority
tbat (in rgn M. Binhoiomew h- s hfea
nitib ng 'he compa ii s in wliirh he i
iueri e:((t for eevsral yer. The first
hitim t ou that this wan the as a
eia emHi t ma:iK by a friend of T. F.
Kianket!, tithe effect that Ba'tholo
mew w at the rail e ol bin downfall.
Wi en I'liuikett'a fuher d id he was
h f $iii),( 0U He invested it with Bar
th") iiuew Knd itallwnt Piuuke t
tlren, for revfPKc, intve l Bir'hi lo.
mew t.i put li.i nerne t a large
aim a t, ml wl on thus secured, he
turned li nt ami 1 f. the la tt r in the
lur.'i . T ie iml tfl'S ot iho Oba ter
Oak Life Co niai y a o 'everely ciiii-c-
l r allowu.g $127,0 10 of the
iuu 'a fi 1 e o ftiany city bmiki
be I li rtlrol ui e.'a piper,1in nl', lr is
ih''i, em tint m lo $.?,()!) J,000 The
Sell it d r Kl ot ic I.'gbt Company will
lon' r'y $.Dty 00 ar.d will d ii n'e tt
a niiot .K ti.dnv what r ction to tike
in 1 hf Mitme. 11 1 thu'nuiew'i) yon in
on th- v rgi of bai:krnptcy and will
suspend t iday.
a iovr i.iiirim. offf.ki
Tkk Voltaic Bult Co., MtimUall,
'K'k'Ii., "tier bi send their Celebrated
Voltaic Bki.ts and Eluutrio Appli
ances on thirty days' trial to any man
afiiicU'd with Ni rvous Pebl'ity, Uise of
Vitality, f:mhood, etc. IlhiHtrated
TiAfiuiliU't in Bealed envelope with lull
partic.iiiiira, mailed free. Writ.o them
i The Kcw Vorkiun.
' nviiouiri Tn'iune: ' Mv dcar." said
nine: lvc'if" wi'e lo her husband,
!... . iir: flu iifiin i riH
; diim tmr end m-t'hd down to
li.ms knp rg "io l)okiig over this
Jiuv o! ! . U I find vi.ur Ititht r'a old
der the head of 'Births,' which enys:
Albert W., born May 3, 1840.' Dide'r
you tell me you wr 37 ytarsoliiT
"Ah," replied Albert, p ea'antly,
"that's a copy of the old veision. Its
f nil of mistakes. Iu my i fflce down
loan I bae a familv Bih e of the new
revUion. I'll bring it borne this even
ing." Albert's new Inmily Bible wa
found ti contain a diff rent vrrs'.on of
bis birthday, and the slight cloud
tha', had homed over bis hcu ebo d
SaW COMVfvitCIAL TREATY
Bel wee- lbs I alted Mulea ard Eug
Uad tm Pre Belter Trade
Kelalioae With Canada.
OriAWA. Ont., September 23 That
the vieit of Hir Chsrl s Topper, Cana
dian High Commieeioner in Eng and,
hers at this time bad some political
signiflcince of gieat Importance no
one has been prepared to deny. It
turns ont that the object of h:s coming
was t) confer with ihe Cabinet as to
the qoestioa of a new commercial
trtaty betwetn Eng'and and the
United States, by the cond tiors of
which Canada wou d be greatly af
fected in her treds rela'i nr. A prom
inent politician and rfficial in high
standing informed yourcoriespondtnt
yesterday tfternoon that for tbe pfBt
six months reprefentatives of Her
Majwtv's Giernment ard United
S'a es Minletfr Phelps have been in
rommunlcati n looking toward the
mak'ng of a rev treaty, which should
have the effect of promoting better
trade relntions on the purt of Caned
and the remsval df all f-io ioi
over the flihery diepute. It is
nsiertnd pontivrly that the trmo
of such rorrmercinl treity
have bren agreed upon by tho repro-stct-tivcHol
both puriiis, thut su far
as England is concerned it is a-t grind
aiMLCtlooed. It wai tlruuht advita
ble, howavor, to comult the lexlirg
Canadian eifttesmen as to the po'flible
defects ar.d silu a-y charges that
might be made. Accordingly, several
weeks tgo, the Foreign Htcieta-y sent
a copy of the document t Sir John
Mai'Dor.ald, and eince then the Cabi
net have bt en rormiderlug It. It seems
the only modili tut ons desired here,
are grea er liberty of trade than those,
Tbe Hlate Uepaitmeut Relieent.
Washington, Soplember 23. Ncth
it g can be learned at tl eHtate Depnr:
merit respectirg the new corr mercial
tiealy with Greht B'itain, described
in dispatches fiora Ottawa. Ic is
neither denied nor admiited that such
a treaty is In prow si of negotiation by
TBE SI' KEL PLATE DISASTER.
Tm Verdlela Rendered by the Coro
na Jnrjr nt Danklrk.
Buffalo, N. Y., September 23.
Following are tbe two verdicts ren
dered by the Coroner's jury at Dun
kirk, yenierday, in the investigation
of the railroad collision at Silver Creek:
"We And that the persms men
tioned came to their death by rea'00
cf a collision on tbe New York, Chi
cago and 8 u Louis ra hoid, between
an excursion train known as Second
30, going ICast, and a local freight
train, N ). 30, going Wert, and we fiud
that the pernors killed wcrepasjen
gers riding in the imokirg car a'.
isched to and compoel, g one of the
coaches in tb (aid pa sengor tr.inj
aid tbat collision was cause t by the
neglect of the ror.ducti r, William H.
Harrison, and Eogir.eor Lswis Brewer,
the conouctor and erglneer of the
train knew n as Second 30, or the ex
cursion train, to obey the orders given
them by tbe train dispatchers otBaid
road. Ona). LI lod, Coroner; George
E Towne, foreman: Phm M. Miller,
E. DennlnoD, J. ti. Lamphire, W. V7.
"We. tbe nndfrngned tur. rs, irom
the evidence given, cannot wholly con
cur in the ab jve verdict, but find that
tho accld iint wos c. used by a m'sun
darsiandma of flog orders given by
Flagman Reed to tbe conductir and
engineer of Second 30. R. J. Q'lale,
Clark Bless, A. P. Sou'hnkk, ti. J.
Harrison and Brews-, who Were
ariesied after the verdio',wre charged
with mana'augliter, in heving caused
the doitn of Htophen Culbertaon atd
Some fiii art iuplnolr fair,
noiut fpnrMini in ineir tpienaori
Son r demur nd dobonair,
Ana iom aivinoiy uauor.
Borne win ui with one ftl tlnnoe,
From too brightly bemnlnii
Soma imhe thiit tuiile thnl brlnm a trance.
mi life li loir lu dreaming.
8ome flltbeforo ui, iweot and cay,
To rill our hoartu with laimhuri
Then fJe u fenolei fade away.
Ana leave no aoninif atier.
And iome mini foe, aorrow klaned,
Wkon hollaal (houvhta arethronHine.
Coma bark, ooma alwaia In that uiiat
UI evarlaallDu lonilng.
8o faoaa oome anil faoaa oi
onna main exlitat ce aweetorr
And toina, tliay make life lad, wa know,
Yet bains aad, oooiplater,
TT II I II nna fnA Minii tin 1. 1 ltttt
(Uaavan koowi aaoh heart: don't doubt
Tha Fatura fade', the Peat U paatt
We oannot live without ill
Wa aak not If man oall bar awaat,
Or fir, or win, or olever i
Wa auk, we iiaaaionately entreat,
"Will you ba mina forever I "
Wi(Vil WWInm, B.A., in CanrWt
funl( JfntfiKiM for OoloaVr.
Molnmoa Arrested for
London, Beptomber 23. Edward
Solomon, the Amerl an composer and
hubind of Lillinn Ku'sell, wai ar
ref ted iu this city today on a charge of
h'gaicy pr feii.d by his flrt wife,
Li y Grey, who avers .that he was
ii 'Vcr legally separated from her.
Prnmpt Ki-rorni of Bodily Evlla.
Thaprnuipt rolorm of thoio bodily erlli
eefeablad dlaeatlon, inenmelete analmlla
tum, inactivity ol the liver, kldnaye and
blalilr. wnll at of tha nerroun aymptnuit
which thf.-e ailinanu are raeecially runa to
tieant, la alwnya aoconiptiiihed bythau-ent
Hunuitnr'a Htoiniiih bitmra, a madioina ao
oreititad by l-hyHomtn, pronounoed pure by
anlMii, and aiuineetly wholeouia and
imroaalila. Huraly no eh a reaiora'lve ta ra
tarablo to uniuilatable and Indinealible min
eral draaianduniiinniioneit notliuiua. l'he
nat on at Urn ainuradlf tliinka ao, judaing
by tha unircidintad dmand tor the article
I ruin Mine lo tha Haoillo, a domand now
aunitlamffii ed bv iminMnaa ordera for it re-
reived from tropical America, Meiico, the
llrlti.li ana hpanirh l'olnlar poaaeaainna.
and emowhero. llulli at home and abroad
it la raonvniand mi a at.ndiird retnady and
preventive, the daciilvcnaaa of it elect
raaouiiueuamt lievery waere.
Mlra (Jlyreilne Fxploalon.
Kan Fuan( leoa, Cal., tetdember 23
( ) .11 l.ll li it 1 it nniimla r,f Clin Ctt 111
and uitio glycinnn exploded at tho
gint liowd r" wrike ntar We: t Berke
ley. Two Chinamen word ki lod and
ei ght JaiUBjie done to pioperty.
A lhuiiilrr ettorin
Mnv nitrifv t';e air. but nothing except
H iVnilllVT ..III .....if.- li a mmllh
nill (ritiiij vuw ...wu.
ililu.! tvifVi t..,l.nin.l Innll, init rurcna
thoee faithful servants of mankind
t'orti u'ter ru n hefo-e it is too laio.
Don't neglect to try it. You will be
riTuiiBi oiid I'c'.ightcd wi h its re-
m CUA1L CALENDAR
DLSGRACEFL'L ROWDTISM OF A
And hquad, Aided by Enf.
flan?y Heelers Other
Philadelphia, Pa , Saptember 23.
Toeiewearigiof Urror yeatsiday
in ihe F fth Ward. Sxrekeeptrec'os d
their places of busineis and ciiinns
closed up their hou;ei to keep cu
n t a disnrganized mb, tnt the sworn
police rffice s of the city, who, crsxy
with liquor, were shoo ing light and
left. Polite Lieutenant David B.
Roche, Common Councilman John R.
IJoyd, Police Sergeant Beatiy, Consta
ble Vance, Jake Schick, ex-Oonncil-man
and dive keeprr; Patrolman
Curey and about tm jo icemtn and
ward rounders went inti tbe saloon
kept by Horry Doelp, at Nr. 316 South
Mxtb atreet. e.'ttrday aftsrnoon about
6 o'clock. They were all under the
Idluenceof liquor and Roche and
Lit yd were purtitu arly dr.iDk. Iu
the sa'oon when they m'ered wai J.
F. Kedenach, the keeper of the saloon
in Bwanwlch steit, b low Sanson),
which wai tbe poling place raided by
J iriii R. Lloyd, ia'idi''ati fcr t'.ie Leg
is'a U'P, end Conetible Vane, on
Tui-er'ay night. A fr.end of Ride
Dcch's, named O.t j Kn :op, and tev
iral oth .T ine i w i ri alao in
tie saloon. As Rederadi 1 ad
sworn oat wrra' ts tor Lloyd a .d
Varit e, it wa found Jia- the gang fted
coma to isn.u'.c rum, mil a ting nn-Jir
tho edvice cf Duelp, R.dentch r..n
out the hack way. He had ba'e'y
left the si oo i when a nnmbi r of
n pr:f-s e.ntoied and e-epped up to the
tiar to take a dr nk. Lieut. R:che
was mting ttaUb'e, Int be ro e,
acd sti gger.ni; tiearJa the party, ex
claimed: "You're rhed n thkt
wrkid fur Biuno Ernst, d n y(..u.
Y u hadn't ouht to vcteanvhow."
He thou drew a revolver, and b'gan
tiring at tbe fiirfbter ed LegrofS, who
were trying to fsiane thrtuh the
door. S.rgeatt B a ty also dew a
ji t jI and fl ed at the c owd. The
rest ( f the gu g went for them with
b ackjacks. Jurt ai L'eut. R' che
reached the c'oorle fired at William
Powell, a neg o living on M ddle
al'ey, abovj Sixth streeN and tho ball
hit him in the necic, iDfl ctii-.g a dan
geioui wound. Powe.l Wi'S ti-ken to
bis heme, but very soon afierwtrd
brought out by some t Ulcer and
pliced in acBb. Iu the cab wir.i
Robeit Lidier Smith, David Mount
atd Oacar . fctein, ihe po'ii y backer,
all frieLda cf Rcche. Tte cab was
then driven rapid y np 'own und
ws lest tight cf near Finnkfo;d.
Thoie win saw Powell nftnr be was
shot say he cu not live. After shcot
ing Poell, L'eut. Roche and Council
men Lloyd attacked Charles Petroff,
living cn locust s reel, and btat him
on the head with blackjack i uttil he
was insensible. He was taken to the
hoipital and is thought to he fstally
wounded. Tho titzansol the Filth
Ward weie In a hib itate of exc t-;-meet
tonight ovrr the fight, and were
It ud in their dennnciaiicns of Ro he
end b's rcuirh folloving. If was f-aid
that a warrant had been isutd for the
airett cf Lieut. Roche.
Shot 111 Brolber-la-Law to Death.
Louisville, Ky., SepUmher 21.
J b men Fa'coner and l.U brother-in-law,
Tucker A gee. quarr led last ng' t
rear Lexinittir , Ky.,over the divs cn
nf an ibtaie and A gee ehot and killed
' , Voloned
St. Louis, Mo., Si-d ember 23. In
the Orimii al Court today the dtts
nxed f ir the ex cu ton oi uugti w.
B o k', alies Wa ter II. Leonox ft' ax
well, the ch'oraformer, and Chyo
Cmag;:k and Cayo Goou), the Chinese
h'gh birders were Dtstponed, the
f rmer for s x y at d the latter for
thirty days, in order to all iw a Iran
s;iiip. nf the ciees to te made before
therppeals are taken to lhs Supreme
At tola aeaaon nearly mry ena aeeda to na ara-t
Bnrto tnciio. IHUN annua Into almoat arery phy.
ewla-'a praaorlpUoo (or thuaa wbo aaad bnuduic ujx
loina that la not lulurloon.
aerar, ein.. It
tm anlff Tmn mJ
It Knrlrhna the lllood, lavlcoratve the
rjyateu, Keelorea Appetite, Alda lleatloa
It don ant Maokan ar injur th teeth, eeuea head
act at pntA Doe oaaUpaUo-ar mtJUimm Jo
Pa O. H. Bihilii, a leadms pbyalo-a at BprlnaT-
. . Ml
elna. I oa It In my praetloa, and And fta action ex-
Irua Bltwra a too mniy toon, meni
ditino at th ana, Brown lm Bitun i la usually
cwla all otlMr fivma of Inm. Ia i
anakneea, ar a low ono-
a po-tlra neecMiu. U la all that la oUimad for .'
Da. W. H. WATBaa, Ulf Thlrty-aaoooa mi
Oawjetiam, D 0.. eajra: " Brawn'a' Iroa BlttM
Ihe Ti ol the a. If olhin battw. It era
appetite, giraa atraua-th and taptvvee dlfeatfcai.'
Oaaalna haa above Trade llarlta-araead rwlMnaa
u wreiier. Take aa alber. Mail only by
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ALLISON bElD COTlOJf ( LEASEliS
mW All klnda of Gin Repaired. Special
biacount to tbe Trade. T Ht
RBI and .ltt.1 Front Nt.. H rratihle, TenI
H. M. NEELY.
W. B. D0A5.
1. W. BAI-ET.
Late ef Bailer A OoTlactei
JOHN E. HANDLE ft CO., I'HQFB'IS
88 Seoond St. Memphis, Tew
FOUNDERS & MACHINISTS,
MANUFACTURERS AND DRALKRS IN
njciuen, Uollens SawmlllM,
jftradlord Corn huiI Wheat MJH ;
Cotton I'rens, Cotton Citing
SbattiiiK, B'liHcy m.
RPF.CItl. NorCKWa are prepared teU orden
on rr.or Dotiea, for tho cole' rated rt Paieej.
Wroatttii Jfmlny. We oarrr in atonk over
Two Hundred Astoria. i .-1. a.
ar Hi'nd for Catalimne and Prloe-llat.
H. W. LEATII.
NAPOLEON HILL. MICHAEL (JAVIN, J. O. HANTiWEHKER,
LOUIS HAS AC RK, TU0MA8 POYLE I rAVro P. hAl'liiJ. .
LAZARUS LEVY. JOHN W. COCHRAN. tAAHinr fiu th '
AMfiHfcW RKNK1SRT SOL COLFMAN. tWD. OOLlrSMiTH.
JAMES e.KOBlJoj. WM. KaTZKNBERQ EE, BAltDWW PERES.
V-Depoaita reoalred in lami ei tl end up-erd, and intereat adlowei en lame Baml-
arw2nbur "and aell looal Inreatment Bondi end Seimritiei renereJly, per ta-ea, etM
trnatee , end, in reoeral, exeonU any finanoiaJ banneia reqninng a al and reaponaibia
auaot. . w
ar we iaane draft, In aoma tofnltpnrehaaeri, on all parta of Eornpe.
arWabaToaoomuiodioaa Van It for th depoait ol Taluabloa, whioh li at th eelTio
our enatomara. Free of tltierne.
D. P. HlIWElf, FresWent. EWD. GOLDSMITH. YiM-President
JAMKS HATHAH. Caelileiv
Ko3. 201 nd 203 Madison Street, tfeinphis, Tenn.
IjATES r IJIPBOVliD HUiEK G INS"
inmple an rein
Inni"d while in
TfltEST Tnrnoal and S
If mart. All Cotton
pi ration. W nn tbe
NAPOLEON HILL, President. W.Jf.WlLlEKSOJr,TIc-PrfMeKt.
II. J. LYSS, Casbtere
mniiis City Fire & Gfia'llBs.GOL
UOES A OEHKL TIBB AID IIARI1IK BtSIHESHi.
A'QUARTERGFA iLt-SON DOLLARS FULL PAID CAPITAL
H. lURSTSNnSIM, ' WM..I. COU , JAMK8 RKILLT. JOHN M
6. MANSF1-LD. ' O. . MTKR-, W. D. BITHILL.
OmclS If ad I n (Street, Hfeip-iis, Tcnti
BY MUTUAL CONSENT, the rm of Alston, Crowell A Co. la thia dar diilolved, K. W.
Croeell retiring. The remaiuinu partnera, P. N. Alaton and H. II. Maurr, will con
tioue the buttr ess at the o d aiand, oorner Front and Union itrceti, aanmlng all liabihtiei
andeolleotingail outataiding aoeounti. E. W. CMjWbLL.
Memphis, Tonn., 6eptemW 1, 1886.
sarOn retirina a anore. I bespeak fcr m?
agt hoietofore extended the old firm.
ALSTON. MAURY & CO.
it L.COCH RAN ol Co
ft pyMMM : g
Q irt-- n' i iiriYriiAia--iiiiit iiiaiairwrTtM P
MW A ID FI-ABiaChlfllJ., ATTT A UD
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Molding. Lumber,
Lath snd Shingles, Flooring, Celling and Cedar Posts
BlI-lIfPMIH. - - TIMMI2flElP3,
M. 0. PEARCE.
Cotton Factors & Commission Elerch'tS,
No. 280 I'EOIfT STHEjET, JS. TENN.
Ooflnn Warehense-Ne. HH anil o I'nhva tref.
D. W. FLY.M p. B. 1ERU0N. SAM HOBSON.
Late ol Commerce, Jaiss. Late ot CorTaeTille. Misi. Late of Brooka, Neelj A Ce.
FLY, IEES01 i HOBSOH
Cotion Factors and Commission Merchants
334 Front Street Memphis Tenn.
J8EPH rSARHAN, BEKRT FRANK.
FADER, FRANK & CO.
201 Front Street, Opposite OnMoiii Hoowo.
Doors, Sash, TUIimIk, VoIUaxis,Hll kinds of Door and Window
Frames, KrackctP, KcrH-Work. Itough and Dresaed
Lumber, Nlituxlcai, I-ntlis, Water Tanks,
All klnda ol Wood Work xeeit(ed at Short JVolioo.
Xos. 157 to 173 Wasliiriffton street. Mom phis. Tenn.
w. a. gag:
No. SOO Front Btreot. : femohiw Ternii
(SCCCENNORS TO HEACHAH A nOBTOJT
Old KtAiiil. No. 0 TTnion St., Memphis.
THE BLUFF CITY INIUM
OF MEMPHIS, TliXN.
' OFFICE-NO. 285 MAIN STREET.
J. F. FRANK, W.A.OAflF, M. 8AVIN. J W. FALLS
H M.JAMK8, DAVtt) P. HADPraN. J. 0. NKBLT.
l.C. HFELT.freelde-t. D. F. HAOWEH, V iFrt. W. H. attt-BC.-See.
teed. Good weish't, end remittan'ea promr'
Trar.rit and at Gin. tjanka turnithed on ar
and unload a'l won n cotton, tiive u a trial
I mmmm mm I I .
r. p. flo "i
II. H, MaURY.
auooessori a oontlsnation nf thaMwral patron-
K. W. CKOW-LL.
JOHN L. MoCLELLAN.
. GOOVER & 00.
y 'ibif,na here U an oniry an