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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL TUESDAY, OOTOMEK 5. 1886.
KOH across oceu
TU BOXEWH1 r STARTLING TRO
rOSALS BY T11E
fioierament An Irish Deputation
TJsltflMr. (lludrttone Froniludla
Lodoii, Oc'iber 4. The Daily Nem
ays: Lord Rando'nh Cburchill'a
cooiprebrn-ivu Radical propose a
are somewhat Biariiing, even
to adraccd Liberal". The govurn
DieDt proposes to do next year what
the Libera a have tried to do in the
piat Ms ees ions. Tory bare piven
the Unioi.i ts the control of ttie;r
policy tn ent-bla them to retain c flics.
The Chronicle Bays: The ConBcr
' Tatire prcgrnnma presents the bt
phamacf Libtralieni, but is a work f r
the whole Parliament ratutr than lor
Tbe Daily Telegraph says: The
Corjaervative rr gramme is vsrioJ aud
Tolomlncui enough to sa'iefy even
vident reformers. Old patty lines
eem to he di?ppariog. Ibelliuie
of Commons c insists of two se's of re
formers, tie tint tes ilmte to miiuWin
the Unim, the second re so! Ted t J re
peal tbe Union.
Tbe Sttmdard tam: Lord Cburoh'H'a
peecb aa mo 'eate in tjne, sensible
and well expressed, and will strength
en tbt position of that statesman eg
one of the Conaarvatiy leadurs. II s
trealmeutof d meMic snbj -c's cannot
be cha-ged to timidity or reticence,
bat rather to overcoi flJencs.
Terrlal. Eapl.ieloa at Colliery.
London, October 4. A terr ble ex
plosion ore irred on nitnrnay at Ai
tolffa eolliery, near Wakt field, York
shire. Brtven men have been foimd
dead, eiitlit have bioa res uod and
seventeen are missing. In all proba
bility tbe miatiug seveolaen lout their
lac! r! hwn and Hlaa.
Ddblin, 0.;tobor 4. The Lor 1 Lieu
tenant of Ire and and his wif went
to the Uaittr T&eatir in this city Fat
nrdar evening. They were entered
by the people in the lower patt of the
bouts, while those in the galloiy
uisRed and snonted uod save ire
Wllirioanarrrni lttaka Ial
Dublih, Chtnbir 4. The Freeman't
Journal vrns Lord Rat.dolph Church
ill that if hn rellv bnlie7es his uta'e
ments that the Llsh d iliciuity ia solely
agratian, "tie will lnonder lrom mm
takes Into Ciimes"
Uvea Attack II Hiali Traopa la
Bomb at, Oe'o'er 3. At the foatl-
yals at Kanaht ie local magistrate,
eeinc thutaconlliit betwean Hindoos
and Mabotnmeduns was inevitable,
broaght a coiiipiny of British troops
to the scene. The liatives, infuriated
at their appro ch, threw tlit-mealves
on the a )Uli' rs' hHvonets in their in
tot as nslRUKlit. Many of the natiTes
were laoital y noU idiiJ. Iatonso oi
VcbIm That II. Initla-atod Matlay.
Mioaio, October 4 Gen. Yiila
campa baa oVnbd the charge that he
initigat d tbencant mutiny. He to.ik
comaaand ot the mutUrerp. he says,
and endeavor d toriisiuade ilmm from
nselesi ttrugle. Tbe Popo has con
tented to intercede for Gen. Villa
campa. T Caaeede Two rolnta tn rranoe.
Pair, O i ober 4 The Tempt says
that X. do Vileis, French Jit-preten-ta'ivein
Ma lauateur, liai telt'aplied
to the (tovertun 'lit that the liovai ara
prepared to concede two points to
Franae ;h iinuulm ml of the conven
tion in regirdto t hi Royal llankcf
Madagascar, and the dalimitatinn of
the French po ssEtl jns on Diego
A Hast Kmlraorallanry Hurcler,
Pabjs, October 4. -From the Pas ds
Calais oouiei a story of one of the most
extraordinary iimrd-rj of the cen wy.
Last spring the bod f a yoang girl
of IS, named Mane L deut, ipmdiiu
with her parent" at K viore Ls Arras,
Wis found in a flo'd in the neighbor
hood, eta' bd in tho heart, and wit i
the oaiot d aitary aevred. A Jud ml
inveslig.tio j i bowed that neither rob
bery n r I a it had I ea the mot vtt of
tbe erini". At length up ciori fu'l
on two piero ions lad, couMim, nn ucd
Jdnuhaiiiblud ihe one, Hoi ri, ag'd
10; the ottur, Clement, alio it the
same rg, a smith's upprenti. e. Oi
being pre at' d wiili qneslinns
they contecsid, and, to explniu
tlie Irnnu'Bi nnder which thav
acted, ha nU d tli lUHir'st'nte a rrt of
niemnir, eiti.lid Lhame Horrible,
written tome wek before ilni run i,
In which tl ev had tritcod on' in the
most ri maneeqiin language tho plan
of tbe drain i tin jr bud re;o ved t) put
into actio. i. Tue opening pa sug 'B re
vealed an acnuintanro wth the natu
ralist lit i a u re of tlie day,n.ingod
With ert in pluaseo'ogy b iriorved
lrom tbe novels of Fenniuioie Cooper,
of which i he two y. ut; a weio devo ed
readers. In t ii s range tnem ir 11 n
rl Mnchaudi ed wn.s c lied "Uret Her-
Eenl" aud C emeui "Fleet Deer." The
orrible tragedy commenced thus:
"We h d univd at tha ago of 10
veaie. Lik i young nieu bruugbt up
In hixmy ami id eno ?, we had vene
tatsd la the world, meeting with only
trouble and torment. We were
scarcely 15 , years eld when we al
ready loved a woman w'th all her se
dactioa?. We loTed her with paasiona t)
luch a p int tl at if siparaied from
ber we should have died of giief and
derpsif." Ti e seqml of the story is
that "urea, fcrpent" and "Fleet D.rer"
resolved to luuider tbe yourg girl,
wnoisne heroine, ana raid to be in
love with "Great Berp-nt." She bad
causad the iwo (rim di to be i hbIohs ot
each other, the tw i cousin thought
first of h .ngirg Maria Le lent, i hey
had bought a new r pa for the pur
pose. Bir they then changod tueir
minds endb)ri wed a revo'ver t
blow Mar-e's brains cut with. Finally
they dei ided o ba n ore rotnnnt c a id
more sav g , and to rccomid ah the
crime wi'h k tv. s. They had bmaht
at the fair of A'rs tw i large knivee.
They htd leaihe' shetths mad) for
them, at d for tfn davs before the eo.n
mifllon of t'ie crime they wore these
knives in be t'. 1 Tn.u 1," they wrnte,
'to feel ou'aelves nnud." At dusk,
on Wav 21-1, "Grtat Harpent" aud
"Fleet Deer" overlook Marie Ledant
as b ho was pes ing tbiouih
woj's on tier W4v home to
her parents farn. "Heet Dor"
threw him elf npon tuo ynu g
girl, put h s knee upoj her cheet ana
stahb d her eevontecn limes. "Great
Serpent" meanwhila was watching io
give thn atsrm in case of any peii h
By. The body cf ti e poor child w s
discovert d tlie n it evnii g, bathed
in her ovn b'oo I, the throat gaping
open and tbe bead nearly s vme
from th ' bu y. H.ch wa In de d in
all i 8 b u'ali y, t'lui carrying out th
crime enti--!7 at t a ed tut in th
Dram Horrible, lint here the
reality ended. Instead ol taking
their own lives after haviag left tbe
unfortunate Marie a prey to me
worms and anta. as described ia their
s'ory, they went home, and would
nve preserved their secret naa no;
the viiii usee of the police led to their
arrest. They were sentenced to flit-en
yeata' fcard labor and their parents ti
pay 4000 francs to poor Mine's father.
Mr.Uladstoaa Hoertvra Draatalions
Hawabrkh, Ojtober 4. Mr. Glad
atone aud bis wife, todjy, received
Mrs. T. D bullivan, wife of th Lord
Mavnr of Dublin, and the dejmta ion
of Irsh ladies appointed by the
worn n of Ireland to pr '8601 the ex
P em er with a mammoth patiiion in
favor of home ru e. fcepteuiber 21st
had been appointed a the date of the
tecept on, but it bad ne -eaairily to ba
pofetponed because cf the B 'li jus ill
nesa of Mr. Henry Prow, Mr. Cilad
stona'a daughter, whn is at prtS'iut
altnifct recovered. The petition has
the eivnatures of 500,(H)0 Irish women.
Gro.t crowds have 11 icked hither al.
Jay la view of the event. Accun
panyin the deputation of Irish Imlio",
were deputations reprei-enting the
Mun!clpa' ConnciN of Cork, lmsiitk,
Water ord and Clonmel. Toe place
was paifejtly alive with vifitors, who
were accorded the freedom of the
lawn during the formal ceremonies.
Mr. Gladstone, Mra. Gladstone, Mr.
Herbatt Gladstone, the Kev. Stephen
Gladstone, Miss Hulen G'aJstone and
the Rev. Henry Drew, the ex
Premier's son-in-law, met the deputa
tions as they entered tha ground and
conducted them to tbo library. When
Mr. Gladstone, with bis family,
emerged from tbe house to receive
the deputations, be was greBled with
hea ty and prolonged cheering by the
multitude of visitors on the grounds.
Arrived in the bbrarv, Mra, tiuilivn
read the address of the Irish women.
The Mayors of Cork, Limerick, Wotor
ford and of Clonmel then erli pre
sented Mr. Gludatone with the freedom
of tlnir resectiva cities and thanked
him fur his chivalrous and splendid
e iTirtr ti restore Ireland's Par lament,
expressing the hope that ho won J
Boon vi-dt Ireland to receive from the
Irish people at their bomeB the thanks
tbev all felt toward him.
When Mr. Gladstone replied his
voice was somewhat husky. He Slid
he believed that the depu atiotm a id
Nationalist members of tho House
of Commons truly represented' the
Irish a a people. "At my age." how
evor," Mr. Gladstone Slid, in refer
ence tJ the request that he vieit Ire
land, "tie question of villain? Ireland
is best with uncertainty. Whatever
may bo my c.mdit'on, wbolher of b )d
ily presence or absence from ahiong
tht-m, the Irish people will always
largely share my interett and my af
fection." The Saelely af Jesus.
Paris, October 4. The (luubit gives
fome interesting particulars in regard
to the number, orgauiaition and pres
ent c ondition of the memhrrs of tha
Society of Jesus. The Jesuits were
40,000 strong iu the whole world in
1750; there wore ecarrely 1000 in 1809,
all ii-cii ivlzod; today they ara fiom
7000 to H0O0 in number. Thoy were
expelled from Fiance, from Switzer
land, Italy, Germany, Russia, Holland,
the whole of Cantial Ameiict and a
portion of South America. They are
tolerated in Spain, in Eng'and, Aus
t i and Belgium. They enjiy full
liberty as simplecit r. ins of the United
Stttea and In the Fngliah colonies.
Nowhere, we b.ilieve, Bra they recog
n i d try a State as tbu Society of Jesus,
if n it in sorns rapnlt'io of South
America. The Jehuit S .cioty is di
vided into two clatses of in
dividuals, these wo bulong to the
older, but who can be expelled
by a decNon of tbo general from one
day to another, and those in respect to
whom the order is bound by a solemn
engagement. All the professed father.
are nut in tbe latter category, and a
Je (it dons not become a professed
father until alter the prieetlnod, which
be dot s not receive until lit years of
ag, and alter tha p'ide of strong
vows. He than undergoes a final ex
'amtnt'lon, the result of which dacidaa
his future in the order. He afterward
hMrrB, individually and secretly, if ha
i to be admitted to pins, tome day or
otb r, what is called "the third year,"
a id it is only after this lait year of
study that tha order h bonnd in thia
nartii'iiier. Tho Pope nlons can expul
liiiu from thoHcc ety and for coDsider
stliHs of excep'innal gravity. A
Jesuit of Lou vain, a partis in of
the dootrnea of M. Charcot,
wrote, recently, a DooK to pravo
mat tt.o miracles ot t. Theresa
weio al. in tha d miitiu of the
natural, and that tha temperament of
Mia BHttit Bullicou t) ex i)l ii u t lein.
Too b ink w.i8 cou lemnvd at Rome,
but tbo wrilor waB iut evicted from
t ie okU". 'J he fact is that etch
Jii. uit enj lys full liberty in his phil
o)0lrcal indttments, hud one wou'd
never u lfli the attempt to euumera e
all tti" b zarru worki wiitten by mem-
herBof tbe society at diflereut epochs.
It ia this independence of mind aud
freedom in the choke of their ttu lies
which have constituted the whole
ii rce in all times past of tbe disciploj
AiuIu1p4 to the Litoil ('ommliaiaa
London, October 4. Thomas Knife,
of B lhn by, Armtgh, a tenant farrnwr
anl a L tioral in politics, has been ap
p liuto I a member of tbe new Roy.tl
lrisli Land Com mis lion in place of
Air. rottrell, resigned.
London, October 4. Capt. Bedford
Olaopenon Trevelyan Pirn, M P., is
ilea l, egod 60 yearj.
Dunuw, October 4. Four of the
moonlighters arrested at Feale Bridge
me e duchargait on Saturday.
Pkstii, October 4. The Unterhauj
has pn 1 rng-d for a period of tiin years
tha Aub ro-Llungarian customs ujiod
London. October 4. Tbe tin plate
w iks lubouth Wales are tein c osed,
thriving out oi employment 40JU
V'knna, October 4. The Hetmmal
Dii'hmaiiqtu tavs that Lord Salishury
is p'ep ring a circular to the poward
on 'lie 1-opuan question.
Nai'lks, Oct ober 4. Tho polica have
di s lved a clerical Bocie'y entitled
' LeoVllI ,"on the ground that it
pr nnole.l the recent d Borders.
Londo.si, October 4. The Dcmocrts
of l.ond n held a meeting in Trafa'gt
r-(iuar yesterday afternoon, at tbe
concluB.on of which they quietly dis
liny I'ever HnlTerera.
The number of people annually af'
(1 red wi-n this mo t annoying mala'
ety eerina to be g eatly on the increase
Th euitor of this journal is
an rnnti u vie im, Hid wnu a view t
di covr a specilic his tried numerous
rmied'ee. Of these "KlyV Cream
lialm ' in bv all o '.dithe qui kttand
ill' t saisfictory, two uppliatinns
gre. tlv a b ylug tneu'unl sjiiuitoius in
ne i one anil eyes. We w u U rniom
m- iid i b uee by all sntj-ct to hay
I ver, ,.n l we lil-i'ly ber uusnlicit
l -UiU'O y to Itaelli inrv in our own
C sa. 'Media (1'a.) liccord.
AS REPORTED BY THE CHICAGO
Reports of tbe Averago Yield Vary
Only Slightly Front
Chicago, Iix., Oftib?r 4.-Thefo1-howiogcrop
summary will apprar in
this week's issue of tbe Firmer' lie
view: The crop returns for the week, iu a
general way, show tht corn )B well
tnamred thV.ugnont theentiio West
ern bi It, and sufliciently so to wi h
Htand the beivy fio-ti ol the last few
days of the week. In Mietouri end
Kentunky the corn iB rady fur hu k
ing and cribblnir. I t Iowa and Illi
nois bubking will begin about O.t bar
10th. 1 be report! showing the aver
age yield does not va-y but slightly
from the former estimates, which ara
ronsidiirably nnder tho e of the pre
ceding five yei.rs. Id fifteen Illincii
couutus four report twenty bubbels to
the acre, five report twenty-fiv bush
els, three thirty bu3hls, to forty
bushels and one sixty bushels. In
seventeen counties ol Iowa one re
ports' ton bushels, three fifteen bin h
els, two twenty bnahf If, three tweiity
five bushels, ono thirty bushels, four
thirty-five bushe's, one tony bnshels
and two forly-fiva bushels. Tbe aver
ages continue good fur Ohio Indiana
and Michigun, aud low in WjSJontiu,
Missouri and Kmsrs.
Plowing for the fail sowing of wheat
ii progressing aud in many portions of
Illinois), Missouri, Knsis and Ken
tucky is computed and some seeding
liBH already beeu done.
The wbrat movement ia Dakota is
now light, a great deal cf wheat hav
ing already been murkrted. Tne
ruling prices are 00 to 55 cents rer
bushel. The . movement is tlow iu
Minnesota at 55 ta 03 cent). Jn Illi
nois very little wheat HbainR sold,
with prices 6i to 75 cjnts. In Iowa
the wheat movement in fa r at 60 to 65
rents. Iu Ohio coni-id iralda wheat is
being marketed at 05 to 78 teute. In
MiKcouii tho wheat movement lms
fallen ofl, with ruling piicea 50 to 72
cents. In Kansas there ia icarnely any
wheat moving, with prices 60 io 70
cents, la Michigan what is freely
marketed at GO t ) 73 cintu, Ia vvif-
contin tuure H a la r movement at bo
to 75 cents. The tenor of the if-p-rta
show that hogs generally are healthy,
with a somewlut lighter run t.ntn
u1', whila ca'tle are locking better,
wi n improved pastnraze.
At thia mion nmrlr everv one nendB to dm sninfl
thin nwon nnnrlj
A'a nreauription fu
Snrt of tonrn. IKON cnUira inUi almmt vbtt plif
alslu'a praaurivtioa tut tbgo wlw nwd baildlnc u(k,
th only Into mttdlcine tliai in
ih Ntl l.QUAI., nd a
tl., na a
Ktirlrlii-a Iho Itlood, Iuvliioriitt-il the
lv Intn miMllcine U1U in nol In
uia in nt
tt7Mtiai, liiiaort Appt-llctt, AUlMlfiveatloa
It aotw not bIMttm or Injure ute lewu, omumm omq
aolw or protluoe wiiiajpitioii torn mttiuinet do
jDr. O. II. DisnJiT, lewUnc ptajraoiao ol Spruit-
Bfia. unio. :
Brown'o Inm B Mom In thormiihlr mod modi-
Olnti. 1 UN it Id my ttrMtioo, and Dntl Urn at'tiuo ei-dt-ln
ill ttther fornui of into, In weknn(w,orUwoini
ditic.n ol tha wmlem, llrown'a Iron llitttir In uxoalli
p.Mulive neoasmtir. U ia all that ia olalmod lor It
Da. W. N. WATMa, HI Titirtr-aaoona mraet,
winrtttown. D. O., aajB: " Bntwn'a Iron Blttttra ia
poetiUt, giraa Lreiintb aud iiuproraa dia-aaUtw."
Oannlna hu abnmTrada Mark andemaand md Uriel
011 wrapper. Take laalbrr. Made only bit
BllOWN UIIEUKJALOO., UaLTlMOUK, Mlt,
il.H 'l,nin ..I llm am. Nnthiiur ttetttir. It create!
W. K. H ALD Al AN.
Praildont of the (treat L0UISV1LL8 OOU-
K1UH-JUUKNAL UU.j tolla Wbat
he knows 01
Wintersmith's Chill Cure.
Ones or thi CorrinB-Joniinii.,
Dr. WinltrtniihSir : I wiiire a rule 1 Lave
ohaerved for lnanr years, tlie value of your
remou; uro niinng me to any. in reply 10
your te'iueiit, what I ki ow of your Chill
Cure, 'lhe privato o'surnnooi of il rflioaoy
had. an d the rood rr.au tit of ita effoM 1
bad obforvod on Mr. H. W, MoroJilh, who,
for more than Uftcen yeare, hail loen tore
man ol my offire, iii'lncod ine to Uat it in
nylnmiK. ID" rosii IU have h.oncnnrolv
atiafuetory. The fir-t nnaa was of two
ears pttnilmir, in whion 1 bttiiovo overy
nown remedy lind boon trieil with tempo
rary rehor tee ehids returning periodically
and with sreuiingl? increased snvtrity.
1 our oure broke them at onoe. and thtro had
beon no recurrnnce of them for more thAn
til months. The other rase was ot a milder
form, and TteMad mora reailllv to nthar
remadies; but the rhills would return at in
tervals until your modioine was used, ainoe
which time, now tnvoral months, they have
entirely disappeared. Krom the opportu
nity 1 have had tojudne, I do not hesitate to
express my belief thnt you' Chill Cure ia a
valuable specinn, and cfUirms all you
promise Io: it. Hespri'tfully,
, , W. N.DAbDEMAN.
ARTIIITR PETKh k CO.. Airents. LouU-
Horses. Cattle, Sheep
DOGS, HOGS, rOULTBY,
In nse fcr ovor 20 veft" by 1'iirnierBV
StoukbrctuYra, llorsc K. It., Ao.
Used by U. 8. Covornmcnt.
r STABLE CHART Tea
Mounted on Rollers ft Book Mailed Free.
Ilnmphrrva'.llrd. t o.. 1W9 Puttoa 61.. N.T.
E0MCOFATHIO f f
SPECIFIC No. 6(1
Nervous Debility, Vital Weaknr.i
rind rniKlralion, from .vrr-work nr oiIut m i ft
fl rril, it6 Tinltfttit) Itrin -inl i'n,h.r. ft ft.
.St)i,iHY lnr.M.ti nr arm (...- (..ntl o. i nvi"
Cream ml in
Gives Be ief at
once and Cures
COLD In 1IEAI
or Powder. Frc
from 1 n J i rloa
Druis and Uffen
A parilcla Is ar'plift to each no-dril and
is aruiii. inn no eealt at ICuvslstai
lly oia;l, reittrrd,lnts. Circulars tree.
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JOHN W. COCHRAN,
ar Deposit! raoeived In so mi of 91 and upward, and Interest allowed oj same Bern!
Mr We buy and (oil local Investment Bonds and Securities generally, pay taxes, act at
trusteed and. in general, execute any nnanoial business requiring safe andrespotuiuls
ever We issue drafts, in sums to suit purchasers, on all parti of Europe.
T We have a commoilious Vault for tha deposit ot valuable!, which is at tha aerriot 0
our customer, l'ro of Clias-go.
1). Pa HA11)E., I'rositltnt. EWD. GOLDSMITH, Tlce-Preeldent
ikVVH NATHAN, raxhlpr.
Mew Cotton Gin
No. 201 and 203 Madison
BEST Tunonl and Kamplr Uuaraalsrd, Oood weights, and romittanr-es pramr
ly made. All Cotton In.urrd while in Tramit and at Uin. tiaaks fgrnished on an
pi eation. We use the "atui lUtlvHitrr" and unload all wacon totton. Uive as a trial
HAPOLE05 DILL, President. W.S. WlLKEKSOS,Tfca-rreI4eiit.
II. J. LYNX, Coskiai.
Ml EM A 6ESEBAL FIB AUD ilABIHE BriUXtUi.
A QUARTER OF A MILLICN'DOLLARS FULL PAID CAPITAL
H. I URBTHNHIIM, WM. I. COU . JAMES RKILLT, JOBTf 10A8H
B. MANHl'liLD. D. . MYKRS, W. D. BITHILL.
Oflle--ll) !fffa1Ion Street, Mei9kl, Tend
I) IS M O MjWI'S ion notice
BY MUTUAL COSSENT, the irm of Alston, Crowell A Co. is this day dissolved, E. W.
Crowell retiring The remaiuins; partners, P. r. Alt ton and H. 11. Maary, will con
tinue the business st the od siand, oorner front and Union itreetf, assumina all linbilitiel
and oolleoting all outstanding acoounW. E. W.g0 WILL.
Memphis. Tenn., September 1,1886. U. H, MaSRY'.
aa-On retirinc a. iws. I bespeak for my siocessors a sontinuation of the liherHl imtron
ace heretofore eitendsd the old firm. B. W. CKOWKLL.
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THE PETERS & SAWRIE CP.
M. JOKS, President. I. P. PETERS, Vioe-Presldoai.
.W. D. t. BAWRTE, Feoretary and Treasurer.
(Hnrcraaure to Plra at Sawrle.)
MAM"F.VCI'L;11EKS OF THE "MAUAOLIA BRAND"
.10 3S nut! 40
. M. JON1.1. JNO. K. SPKRD, I. f. PPTKKM, QUO. A R VOLT), W. P. T. BATTRTB.
i. I. OIIOVEE & CO.
Doora,NaHli, llliiirisWoltliagiala kiutls of Door and TVludow
Frame, Ilrukct, crll1Vorkt ICoiili aud Dressed
Lumlirr, MiIiikios, I.ntliw, Water Tanks,
AH kludnoi H'ood Work xceuled at Short Kotlcc.
Nos. 157 to 173 Washington sfrrct, Memphis, fenn.
L. D. MULL1N8. ol late J. R. ttodwin A Co. JAB. YONUE, lau ol J. W. Caldwell A tk
MULLINS & YONGE,
Cotton Factors Commission Elerchanti
No. 1 Howard's Row, Cor. Front and ITnton, MempMa.
. A. GAGE & CO.
Wo. SOW Front Street, ; CTeamliU. Tea
(HliCCEMHOBS TO HKACHAM at UOBTOBn
Old KfsiiMl. No. 1)
We M. BROWN
266 iout Street, :
J. fl. HANDWHRKKB
DAVID P. MADDEN.
JAM Ed A. 0MBKK8.
Kwl). OOLDSMITU. .
. JIAtlDWKi ftKKS.
Street, Memphis, Tenn.
JOHN L. MoCLELLAN.
Unioii St., Moinpliis.
: Hciuphis, Xenn,
RAH & Co
Folmer Jhorntoa 6 Go
Cotton Factors, Wholesale Grocery
Wo. 80 Front mireeU t Menifli!a, Tcuar
E, Ki, APPER
Vholesale Grocers & Gallon Fuctsrs,
304 FRONT STREET. MEMPHIS. TENN.
BrinHey Car Worts Manufact'i Co
lirinKiey, atk nauuiavinrera i
YELLOW PINE AND OAK LUMBEB.
AID DBALEKS IS
DoorSf Sash, BHaif, Dressed Flooring, Celling, Weather Boar dliti
Cypreisa SUluKles, Laths, Etc.
aarOnr raoilitlei are nnsnrpassed bv any sawmill in the Booth for Ihni orders promptly
Floorim, Ceilinc, Bldina, Step Lambarand Cypress Shinitles a speeialt;; also, Framiaa
Lamber of all dimensioni. We make tbe Wholesale Business a special feature, Orska
GEO. BAYJllIaliEIS, AGEBsT,
13:124 Jefferson Street
J. A. BAILEY.
J. I. BAILEYS 06,,
E3 3La "O" MM
336 Second Street, Memphis.
ALAROE AND C0MPLETR STOCK OP PLUMBKRS, GAS AND STEAM FITTER!
Materials. Pumps, Drive Wells, Iron, Irfiad and Hone Pipe, Gas Fixtures, Globes, Eta
HILL, FONTAINE , GG.
Cotton Factors and Wholesale Grocers
SSO-SOS Front Qt.t Hemplila, Tezuu
Cotton Factors, Commission iercliants,
Wo. 11G Bcntli Main St., nt. Tnln.
Window Shades, Tictnre Rail
HOUSE, SIGN AND
HO. 825 SECOXD STREET.
J. 1AT, W. If. HORTO, J. W. BA1XET.
bit of J. S. Day A Son; Lata of Moacham A llorton. LaU of Bailey CoTlntoM
DAY, HORTON & BAILEY
GROCERS AND COTTON FACTORS,
360-362 Front Street MemuhiR Tenn.
C0TT0X FACTORS & COMMISSION MEUC1IATTTS3
T"o. 3.11 Front Klrool, dor. Fnl on. lf fiintlilw. Trim.
W. P.T III01 & lill
Cotton Factors atid Commission Merchants.
No. .11 1 Front Sirred, Corner ot 1W or?rne, IWempliR Tenn.
TILE, FIltK CatAV.
rs2 rwowT mwyvrr. Memphis tfww.
EDWARD MOON & CO.,
GRAIN, PRODUCE, HIDES, FURS, Etc.
LIBERAL ADVANCES ON CONSIGNMENTS.
KOS. 8 and 10 UNION 8TKEET, - - MF.MPniS, TEXJf.
AJJDREW 8TEWABT, New Oilaan.
SO. S50 AND SSS FKOHT STBEET, MEKPHMI, TFJSSW
STEWART BROTHERS h COLIPAIIY
COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
GROCERS. 00TT0N FACTORS
And Commission r.lerchants,
SCO ami 262 Front St., Hempliis, Tcim.
E YARB I
ii. K. WITT.
3S 3ES K 9
Mouldings and Mixed Taints.
UAIU and FUSE HRICK, E
I AHfDKEW D. QWYNKJ8 Uasfkil