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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL THURSDAY, OCTOHEK 7. 1886.
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TUEAfRlWL
WATCHING FOR BAD DEEF.
Quarter of a Century in the Hardware Business.
Folmer.Tbornto
MISS FORTESCUF, LORD C ALEVES'
FOKHEE FIASCE.
THE
NEW IOBK AUTHORITIES
CLOSELY IKSPECTIXU
Cotton Factors, VIiolesale Grocer?,
STo. 30G Front street, x Menipliia, Tetor
What She Is Like, tnd Vhat She Hag
to Say About Herself and
Her Flans.
The Refrigerator Cars From the Weot
No Indications So Far or
Diseased Meat.
I ARIOOTALrr 9
i
New Yokk, October 5. Nineteen
big black trnnke, with "Fortwcue"
painted on them in white letters, gay a
the Herald, were lowered on to the
Cunard dock from the steamship
Etrnria yesterday afternoon shortly
after the vessel was made fast to the
pier. Tiled around them in corneis
and on top were innumerable imall
iry in the way of hat hues, bundlts
and other trape. Misj Forttecue, tbe
English actrets, who had come oyer
on the steamer, labored hatd to im
press on the minds of the custom"
officers that the bagnage consisted
imply of her personal wardrobe. In
the pile were some ttage properties.
One a peculiar looking box-like aflair
used in Oretchen, attracted the curios
ity of an inepector.
'that's that?" he asked.
"Tbat'a a vampire trap," replied
Mien Forteecue.
"And who does the vampire trap
belong to?"
Ta tli devil." said the actress, as
she tnrned to speak to the gentleman
who impersonates that character in
her company, Mr. Charles HuRden,
who had just landed from the Etrnria.
Mif s Forteecue then peiched her maid
on top of the binROst of the black
trunks with instructions not to move
until everything was examined, and,
accompanied by her mother and her
younger tister, Mies Helen Foitescue,
who is a member of her company,
started up town to the Victoria Hote',
where she will stay while in the city.
In her apattmeots tnere she was
seen later by a Herald reporter. Mim
Forteecue is a pleating person to look
at and a very vivacious one ta talk to.
Kheisof medium hight, with a very
slight and graceful Ugure. liar blue
eyes look at ono attentively, and she
has a charming habit of bending her
head iorwa-d a little, as though in
rapt attention, when anyone else is
speaking. For a peraon who had jiJBt
come from an ocean voyage and not
received her tranks, her costume was
a marvel. The skiit and front wer
of solt material in the uow and fash
ionable sl arte of pink heliotrope, with
a bodice and oveiskirt of deep maroon
colored ernbotsed velvet. On the
shoulders were the bead epaulets
that English ladies afl'ect S3 much
lately. Khe was looki ng over a pile of
newspapers when the reporter en
tered. Mr. Marcus Mayer, who to
gether with Mr. Al II lymsn will man
ago her tour in this country, was also
In the room.
'I have had a great many people
ask me to settle bats," (aid the man
ager, ' as to whether or not Miss For
teecue has been in this couuiry be-
"But I have not," said the lady,
"though I hope to be a good many
times in the future. I saw the sun
rise on America for the flrBt time this
morning. Coming up through the city
it reminds me a great deal of l'aris.
The hoases all have shutters and
every window seems to be draped with
curUins in the trne Parisian way.
And then the trees along the streets
five them a lit le the effect of the
oulevards. I am so glad to be able to
eat my dinner on a Hat table again and
not chase my soup around. 1 here was
a singular incident occurred on the
"Voyage. We had aboard one of the ill
fated Oregon's small boats. The sec
ond day oat a squall came np, and dur
ing it a wave swept that boat from the
davitts and smashed it into kindling
wood. Odd, was it not?"
una 1'iiiNB.
To a Tribune reporter Miss Fortoscue
said: "I havo beon paid one great
compliment already," said she with a
smile, "and that by tae weather which
has greeted my arrival. If a bride
whom the sun shines on is to be hap
py, why not an actreBS who arrives in
sunshine such hs this on a etrange
shore? Do you know, that was the
lint thing which Btruck me when I
caino on clsck early this morning. The
flood of sunlight and the marvoloua
c'.earnesi of the utmoyphero, and the
sense of oxhileration gave rue impres
sions that have not left me yet. Hut
you do not, 1 am sure, want to hear
me talk about the weather, even if it is
American weather. Est mo talk to
you a littln about my.'olf and my plans
and after this 1 ptomise not to be so
dreadfully egotistical. I becin my
Auioiican Beaioa tomorrow futuight
at the Lyceum Theater, and from
what I hear I shall be lions :d in a re-
markably cosy and pretty theater.
"VVe begin with drehhen, a variation on
the Fautt theme by w.H. uuuort. J
am tmite proud at being able to intro-
due such a play as this to America,
for I am not alone in thinking that
Gilbeit ha put his beet work into it.
He has (aid so himself and he is just
the man lo bo able to jmlge of his
own woik as calmly as aa outsider.
The poetry of the whole play is most
charming and I ned hardly say that
he has appioached his subject from
a point of view thoroughly original
and Gilbettian. Atier Urelchen we
shall produce Frou-Frou, the chief
character of which is one of my fav
orites. I am never weary of playing
it, for at every performance I find
something new t j do or see some new
euect to be gained, it is as lascmav
inn a part to play as I am sure the
play is to wituets. I have my own
Ideas of the part, but shall leave you
to discover what rav reading of it is."
"You play with your own English
company, do you not?
"Most of my company have come
witu me. My lenne premier is Mr,
Terry, a bro' tier of MiFS Eilen Terry
and as you know, therefore, a member
of a theatrical family, all of whom ate
actors and actrtstes to their finger
tips. I think you will like him, as
apart from his Kkill bs personality is
most pleasing. Then 1 have Mr. bug
den, who is well known in London as
a leading actor of many yea is' stand
ing. Miss Kate Hodgnon, who is alro,
no doubt, known to you by reputa
tion, is with me, and her 'Martha' in
Gretchen is a wonderfully clever piece
of work. My sister, Mies Helen For
teecue, will pliy with me, taking in
Mr. Gilbert's play the part of 'L!sa,'
the outcast. Mr. Overton, whom you
know as having played here before, is
with me and several others of reputa
tion. I have triul to gather together
as good a company as possible, (or I
believe thoroughly that every part
should be as cart-fully played as the
principal ones in order to produce an
artistic etloct."
"Have you any piays besides those
you mentioned?''
"Oh yea, indted. We have an ex
tensive repirio'y. I chose the two
pleya I have mautioned, however, for
our opening season, hcauss of the
contrait they afford. The lirst is, of
course, rirt-s-'-d in mediuval fttshion,
while Fr(,u Frcm is a -nndern piece and
we eball be able to Bhow our pretty
Iroc ks tn it."
"Uow are you going toependyour
time before yonr opening night?"
"Well, I shall, of course, have a
good deal of rehearsing to do, but I
nave quite mads np my mind to one
things I am going to make a pil
grimage to Salem to ate Hawthorne's
country. I am an enthusiastic ad
mirer of your great author and one of
the chief pleasures I promieed myself
on my visit to America was a sight of
the House of the Seven Gables and
the Old Manse."
"How lopg do you play in New
York ?"
"Eight weeks. Then I go to Phila
delphia, Boston, Washington, Chicago,
Cincinnati and bo od, and perhaps to
California. I am afraid, however, that
I shall be too wearied with a season of
twenty-two weeks to attempt this and
shall probably defer it until next
year."
WHY BUB BECAME AN ACTRESS,
To a Star repcrler she taid: As a
little girl I longed to go on the stage.
I could never keep my hands or my
head still, and was for ever imitating
other people; sometimes in a rude
way, I fear. My grandmother, dear
old lady, would press my palms to
gether, and Bay severely: "A little
girl shouldn't ta'k with her hands."
The stage it was finally, and no one
ever toiled harder for promotion.
Strange to say, my reputation was
made in London, and not in the prov
inces : I nlaved there later.
"Now, my art alone must speak for
me; 1 haven't brought even a pug dog
or a quaint oddity to be talked about.
How long have 1 been on the stage?
Five years. What is my favorite
part. Well, all my sympathies go out
to 'Frou-Frou.' She is such a lovable,
pathetic figure, but bo pitiable.
A woman-child who draws you
to her even while you con
demn. One might say she is
like whipped cream. YtU like it to
excess, but not as a diet. 'Frou-Fou
charms you for a while and she is de
licious, but soon you long to chide the
girl and to tslk to her about the terious
duties of life. But she was only the
rose leaf that dies in a keen wind.
Mild a'rs and eunehine for 'Frou
Frou,' and nothing el e. Now, do
you mind my saying that yon have
never had a youthful 'Frou-Frou' in
America? There was that superb
actress, Modjeska, but well, did she
look the part? There have been oth
ers; anybody could name them. It
seems to me the illusion is destroyed
if 'Frou-Frou' is not electrical with
the high spirits of youth. Then she
should be naive and pouting like a
spoilt child. It is the character for a
oung aotrjss to play."
Oilier Theatric! Arrival.
The Herald Bays: Another addition
to the American stage brongbt over
by the Etruria was Mr. W. H. Hamil
ton, who has come to join Mr. Wal
lack's company. Mr. Hamilton fs the
author of Mollis, and of Harvett, that is
to open the season at Wallick's.
"I come over purely as an actor,"
said Mr. Hamilton to a Jlerald re
porter. ''I', has been stated that I am
to do some literary work in connection
with the theatre, but nothing has been
said to me about it."
"Will you eppear in Harvest f"
' Oil, yes. I shall have the part that
I wrote for myself. It ought to suit
me, ought it not? My praeent inten
tions are to slay in this country per
manently." MMB. JANIfit'H ARRIVES.
Among the 200 paeeengerd who
turned eager eyes upon the city from
the deck ot the steamer La Bourgogne,
ust in from Havre yesterday, was
Mine. Janisch, returning from a ao-
ourn at the trench capital to ienev
her artietlc labors here. She had been
received down the bay by her mail
er, Mr. David l ayser, and Mr. John
Freund, who is to p'ay leading male :
roles in her company, and to them
and a repoiter who conversid with
her she expressed much satisfaction at
returning to America again.
"It really regins to be as familiar as
home to me," she said, as the out
lines of the metropolis showed in the
mists of ttie bay. "Ana no wonder ; I
Lave received the kindest treatment
here, and last Beaon 1 found friendly
audiences wherever I played. An ar
tist meets with no warmer encourage
ment anywhere in the world than is
given by the American people, and
their approbation la dear to anyone
who has been among them."
"What are your plans for the tea-
eon?" Mine. Janisch was eeked.
"My only purpose ia t o try and en
tertain the public as bast I csn and by
my elTorls merit its approval. I have
ni t been lillo wnilo 1 was away, l
have brought over two strong French
plays, which will probib'y c institute
my repertoire tor the Sites ..n until fti.
Sirdou has completed a drama for the
I'orte St. Martin, on which hit is now
at work and for the purchase of which
I have ulicnily made some negotU'
tionB. Am I prepared for Hue work
of the season? Well, I trust 1 am. If
I had nn eye to what was going on in
tho dramatic world abroad 1 fuuad
time for roit and recuperation and I
am coming back in good spirits and
hopeful of future encouragement. By
the bye, 1 am so glad to hear the a
Bon is opening favorably all over. It
auguts good for even one."!
And Madame'a vivacity was proof
positive of tier sincerity.
FOURTEENTH ANNUAL MEETING
Or th. American Public llt.llh As-
aorlailun Ml Toronto, Ont.
Toronto, Ont., Octobor 6. The
foutteenth annual meeting of the
American rublic Health Association
opened here yesterday with a large at
tendance ot delegates, vt. Wotcott,
of Cambridge. Mass.. president, occu
pied the chair. After the transaction
of routine business Dr. James F.
Useves, of Wheeling, W. Va., read a
paper prepared by Dr. Baird on "Da'
struction of Night Soil and Garbage by
rira. in tne evening a couverea
tione was held in the theater of the
Educational Department Building,
which was crowded with a brilliant
aeetnbliige of ladies and gentlemen
After an address by Dr. Coverlton
chairman of tho Provincial Board ot
Health, Mayor llowland welconted
the delegates to the city, and the Hon
A. Hurley, provincial secretary, wel
corned them to the Piovinces. Prea
dent Wolcott then presented his en
nual addrtBs, which was full of inter
esting points to sanitarians and boards
of health. Tins concluded ttie day i
bueinerr.
Groanlnc on a Bed or Agony,
In tho throes of rhaumatiim, which haj
retched the lnnnmmetory state, the Invalid
baa Juit came te deplore the Inefficiency of
medicinea which oould neither uproot the
diteaae at Ita ontaUrt, nor arert iti dreaded
olimax. Uuitetter'i fcitomaoh Dltlora ia
medicine which, without the danger attend
ina the use of lome of the ordinary apeciflcl
Tor thlf malady, it infinitely more aearohing
and effective. Uaod at the atart, it check
the iirocroaa of the diaeaao. and eipela, or
neotruliiea, the rheumatlo virui in th
blood. Who ao takea It inoura no riak, and
ia aure to bo benefited. Valuable in rheu1
BiiitiaiUi it it equally eftloacioua aa a remedy
for neuralgia, liver complaint, Indirection
chilla nntl invar, debility, and inuctivitr o
the kidney! nd bladder. It may, alao, be
renea uihu to promote ueep nut amnio,
Now York, October G. -Gov. Hill
said this morning in regard to the
Chicago cattle plague that the matter
was beirg considered by the State
Board of Health, who no doubt would
lake steps to prevent the spread of the
disease in tbia State. He therefore
would not take any action.
Dr. Cyras Edson today made a per
sonal inspection of the ice boxes 'f
the importers of Chicago beef, to make
sore that no beef of disetssd cattle
as brought into this city from the
West, fcince the outbreak of pleuro
pneumonia there an eye baa been
kept on the cargoes of beef that are
daily brought into the citv from the
ali'dcted districts. Under Dr. Eison's
orders the meat inspector has daily
looked them over on ail the roads en
tering the city from the West. So far
he has found the contents of the re
frigerator cars nnobjectionab'e.
Dr. Edscn this morning eaid: "We
are somewhat handicapped in this
work by the difficulty of diagnos ng
the disease in the dressed carcaeses.
Without having the entrails of the
animal at hand, it ia very hard to de
cide in most cases whether or not it
hrs had p'euro-pneumonia. We have
this mtrk to go by, however. If the
disease baa made any coneiderable
advance the plearo ia apt to adhere to
the rib3, and in dressing the animal
has to be torn away. In consequence
the inside of the ribs ia not smooth
but si ght'y rough, showing evidences
of the tearing away of the membrane.
This is what we are loosing 'or but
have not yet found. I don't
t'oink it possible that gret
concerns like Armour's or Swif 's
would knowingly permit diteieed
beef to be shipped. The smaller
shippers are the ones we mainly have
to look out lor. it gives us quite
enough to do. The shipments of
Western bsel to ttiis city are enor
mous. It is s'owly but surely mo-
planting beef killed here. We are
trying to keep that as pure as pos'i-
bte. up in weetcuesier county we
foucd some ieola ed cases of pleuro
pneumonia in time to r revent the
spread of the disease. Our working
rce is very email inbumce:.t. it
we were not eo short handed I woo d
go out or send out to eeuertatn tee
condition of affairs in Chicago with
reference to precautions to be taken
hero. JSow we know it only from tne
newspaper accouu's.
The Hoard el Heaitn nss taken no
official action in the premises as yet.
Precautions Taken at Baltimore.
Baltimore:, Md OoloVr 6 An ic-
timation having reached Baltimore
that distillery fed beef catt e, among
wh eh diteaae is supposed to exiit, are
being shipped fiom Chicago to the
East, every precaution ia cow being
taken to prevent the rale of such cattle
in this ci'y. Dr. W ard, the State Vt t
erinarian, under the law, ia clotted
ith full authority. He bai placed in
spectors Bt both Calvcitoa a id C ae-
mont stock yards, and all cattle from
Chicago w:ll be quarantined at d in
spected before they can be offered for
sale. The penalties for disobeying
the order of the Sta'e Yeteiinarian is
severe, and will be fully enforced. To
bring diseased cattle to the pens in
volves not only the loss of tbe ani-
m ils, but a fine of $30 to $103 for each
aoimsl offered. Dr, Wad (ays he
shall inslot on visiting the lull penalty
ot tbe law agticst all oUtmlBis. lne
keepers of tne ci.tie yards have al
ready b en notified tbat no cattle
from Chicago shall ba unloaded from
the cwa until the required inapeclion
shall be accomplished.
BROWN'S
HI
BITTERS
Comblnlnr IltON with MUE VEOETAIII.E
TONUS, quickly and torapMcly II.KANSKS
and KMlItilKS TUB HIAXOD. Uolrkene
the action or (he Liter and Kidneys. Clean the
completion, makes the akin smooth. Itdoesnot
Injure the teeth, cauaehcad ache, ornroauce con-
Itlpatlon-ILL OTHKU lliO.N MEDIUMS 1)0.
Fhyalciana and Druggist ererywhere recommend it,
1n N a ntinnm nf Miirlnn. Ma., aava; " I
hHHitnmnfi llntwn'H Iron HitUni na a valtiahlu tnnia
for enrirliiiia the blood, and rvm"Toi all tlyaixiptio
ajrmpuima, it doee not nun tne uwtu."
M. PFT.MCIX, Roynolita. Ind Bay:
have nrearrlhed Urown'a Iron Blttera in caaoe
annniia and biood dumaaea, also when a tnnio waa
d Urown'a Iron illtr
DtKHltid, and it haa proved thoroughly aatiafactory.'
nil hm HTiiNS. JKNt. Mary Ht., wow tmrana, ia.
eaya: Urown'a Iron Ultura rvltftved me in a raae
of blood polRonitur, and I heartily ooniuioud it to
aliooe nit'diiut a l.lood purifier.
aiH.yv.Vf. monahan, Tuacnmhla, Ala., aava: " l
have been troubM (nun childhood with Impure
lllood and eruption on my faoe two bottlaa of
Urown'a Iron llittf.ra fT.uOw1 a rMjrfcict ours. I
cannot apeak too highly of thia valuable ntiicme,H
Genuine haa above Trade Mark and ernaaad red Hnee
on wrapper. Tnktt no Olkwr. M-wie only by
Know UUEMlli&L HaXTlMOetK, nUn
Sheriff's Sale of (Groceries, Liquors,
Etc.
BY virtue of an order of laleto me direct
ed, from the honorable Chancery Court
of Shelby county, in oaune No. S2vS, Theo
dore Head ? E. Duntae et al., I will,
On Halurdny, October , 186,
within legal houri, aell to the hinhcut bidder-,
for caeh, the atook of llroeeriea, Winta,
Lieuora, Kixturea, etc., of K. Duntae A Co.,
at No 40 Mad ion atreet. Said atook con
aiata of frenh Imparted fancy gnoda. Bids,
however, will be received within the ten dayi
forth entire atook and Ixturea, to be aub
mittcil to the Court for approval or rejoction.
rtrtiea deairint lo make bida will have an
jeai to the ttock by applying to me, or T. 8.
Mallory, deputy (Sheriff.
Thia the 'AUh day of September, lWtS.
, . W. 1). CANNiiN.hherttT.
W W. Onodwln. L. 4. K. Lehman. II. F.
Dalix, Myera A fjneed, Miller k (lilham et
Attorneya for Complainant'.
Among the Northern Lakec
of Wiaconaln, Minnesota and Iowa, are hun
dred of delightlul placea where one can iiaai
the auiumer montha in quiet rent and enjoy
ment, and return home at the end of the
heated term completely rejuvenated. Eaob
recurrint eeaaon bringt to Uconomowoo,
Waukenhit, lieaver Dam, Frontenao, Oko
buji, Minnelonka, White Dear, and innu
merable other charming localttlea with ro-
uianuo namea, mouaanue oi our beat people
whoae winter homea are on either aide ot Ma-
on ana tMion t line, blcgance and oo co
lon, at a moderate eoat, can be readily ob
tained. A liat ot aummer homea, with all
neoeanary inforrua Ion pertaining thereto, if
being diatributed by the Chicauii, Wii.wap
gii a no by. I' ail Rau.wAV, and will beaen
iree upon application By letter to A. V.
Carpenter, (leneral Paaaei ger Agent, Hi
waukoe, Wit.
A. F. Davis, Painter
HAS REMOVED TO
No. 351 Second .south of Un Ion.
TKi.r.nioKi;
f'HOOHI.VN.N. T.-Uoardon the Hill
mr. it. u, llowurd, w ahniiiton
rara. uoouia large; location delmhilul
Convenient to cara to Manhattan l.eaoh,
Coney Inland, Long Reach and Central l'arkl
envwiiew ivigpiaoeaui JJUI tueit.
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All kinds of Wood Work executed at Short Notice.
Nos. 157 to 173 Washington street. MemplilSe Tenn
T. B. SIMS, FrM'l, 4IKO. ARSOI.D,
CITIZENS INSURANCE CO,
DOES A GENERAL FIRE
I-Conulry Stores, Dwelling
HK,ohmcs AUntcd I'roinptlj, and Paid at Memphis.
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DinuoTona.
w WILVERSflW. GEO. ARNOLD.
V. F. PVKAYASI. I. JJ.
K. 50KFLEET, Resident FsrUer.
en Consignments.
; Memphis. Teim.
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W. D. BBXABLIu
E. W. CHOWELL.
P. B- ALBIOW.
11. H, MAOtiy.
FIRM.
& CO.
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JOii.N li. MoCLELLAN.
& SAWRIE CO,
I. F. PETERS, Vio-Prlidfi,
Beeretary and Treaaurer.
Petera Siaerrlo.)
Jefiersou Street.
V. - Pr't. W. H. KEWHEDAT.See'y.
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& MARINE BUSINESS.
and dilution acs a Special! j.
J. W. RICHARDSON. T. F. DtfFFIN,
BUS, JOBS ABMiSISAP.
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E, ltd, APPER
Wholesale Grocers
384 FRONT STREET.
Uriokley, ArkM
RrinM bt Car Worts Mannfact'o: Co
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YELLOW PINE AND OAK LUMBER
AID DEALERS IS
Doors, 8ash, Blind, Dressed Floorin?, Cellini;, Weather-Boardlif,
Cypress Shingles, Laths, Etc.
vOaf faellHIei are unaurpaaaed b any lawmill In the Booth for 111. vngordera promptly.
Fleoring, CeiliDr, Siding, StepLatnber and Crpreaa Shingle! a ipeoialtF! alao, FramiM
Lambar of ail dimeationi. We make the Wholesale Baameii a ipeoial feature. 0i4n
lolioited and promptly Ailed.
GEO. BAYMIMiEI, AGEKT,
3f. 124 Jefferson Street Memphis. Tennessef V
J. A. BAILEY.
J, A. BMLEY1&
336 Second (Street, Memphis.
ALAKaB AND COMPLETE STOCK OF PLUMBERS, OAS AND STEAM FITTER3
Material!. Pumpa, Drive Welle. Iron, Lead and atone Pipe. Qaa Futurea.'fJlohea. Eta
HILL, FONTAINE & CO.
Cotton Factors and Wholesale Grocers
Front St. Memphis, Tenn
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Cotton Factors, Commission merchants,
?fo. HO Sou IH Uain St.. fit. Jronla.
W3t
JAMES DEGMAM
( aobiiitt.)
DEALER IN WALL PAPER
Window Shades, Picture Eail
HOUSE, SIGN AND
JJO. 225 SECOND STREET,
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LU of J. Si Daj A'Son; Late of Moiwham St Horton. LaU of Bailey CoTiBftpj
Domemiia .
DAT, HORTON & BAILEY,
WHOLESALE ;
GROCERS AND COTTON FACTORS,
360-362 Front Street Memphis Tenn.
ARMISTEAD
COTTOX FACTOKS & COMMISSION MERCIIANTSj
TSo. al Front Wtreot. Cor.
Cotton Factors and
No. 314 Front Street, Corner
M i It JL J&k Mi
Manufacturer of Alabama Lime,
AND DEALER IN
SEWER PIPK. - PORTLAND CEMENT,
FOTE LIVINGS, RONEDALE CEMENT,
CIIIMNEV T', . I.OUINVILLE CEMENT,
LAwn VASSSSN,
TILE, FUCK CLAV,
X2 ritOBTT BTPinRT. MEMPHIS TF.W
EDWARD MOON & CO.,
mmmm merchants
GRAIN, PRODUCE, HIDES, FURS, Etc.
LIBERAL ADVANCES ON CONSIGNMENTS.
NOS. H and 10 UNION STREET, . - - MEMPHIS, TENN.
AJNDSBW 8TEWA.ET, Haw OxImuuu
STEWART, GWY
WholesaleGiocers, CoiFactoio
HO. SSO AND S5S FRONT
STEVART BROTIIERS a UUIiiJiUJi i
COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, j
WEW OR1YEA1VH. IXHTTHIATWA.'
SUGGS
WHOLESALE
GROCERS. COTTON FACTORS
And Commission r.lerchants,
SGO a ml 2G3 Front
& Cotton Factors,
MEMPHIS. TENN.
Manufacturer el
tt. E. WITT.
Mouldings and Mixed Paints.
FRESCO PAINTER.
- - - - MEMPHIS, TEXX
ADTAI M W RtfliffT.
& LUNDEE
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Fnlon. Mempliln. Tenn. ,
Commission Merchants.
ot Monroe, Memphis, Tenn.
rLANlKK HAKIM,
1IAIU and FIRE URICK, E
AWDBBW D. QWTNIWi MamfWl
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& GO
STREET, HEMPIIM, TEHOIW j. ,
& FBl'TIT
Ht.t leiuplii, Teiiu.

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