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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL FRIDAY, OCTOKKK 8. 1888.
SIMTOR SHEBMAN 03 1.IIE ED
The Favorite Sua or Massachusetts
Democrat-One Dollar or One
To th Editor! of the Appeal t
In my letter published in Tbnradty's
I laid : "If eupport ot a non
partisan met sure, iuch as thia is, by
the Republicans of Tennersee makes
it. Rrnublican. does not the opposition
of the Republican Senators from Ohio
nd Kidhis make it Democratic?" To
how what Mr. Sherman, the Repub'
lican Senator from Ohio, sayc, I Rive
an extract from bis speech in trie sen
ate in opposition to the bill. lie said :
Rut after all tbe whole of this di
rui i sum nt depends absolntelv npon
the State antboritica and the United
States could claim and exercise no
Ttnwer of supervision. I am not pre
pared to pay over to the local author
ities 111,000,000 or $12,000,000
ont of I16.000.000 of money which
belonRB to the. people, nearly eight
tenths of which is collet tad from the
reeources of the Northern Matfs."
w. J. BYKES
Tbe Vavorltr Hon of HaaarhaeetU
On the request cf tbe Boston GM
300 delegates to the lecent Democratic
Hula Oiinvention announced their
nretnrnnrHM fnr tl a next Democratic
caiididate for tbe Tiesidency, with the
following result :
Hill . 1
Thurman - Ml
Collin. P. A II
II out h
ne sentence npon them until 2 o'clock
this afternoon. .
This afternoon, when Jadae uarv
asked the prisoners whither they had
anything to effer why eentencesbonld
not ha naaand nnon them. Spies
stepped forward and began reading a
prepared sneecn. wuiie iv
known with any aegrte 01 c "j.
it is stated that December 3d will be
tbe date named for the exf cution.
Spies made a fierce harangue in
f vor cf anarchy and declaring Lis in
nocence of tbe bay market bomb
throwing. Schwab then made a
epeecb to tbe conrt The defendant,
lAtet, began mailing a speet-u iwi
Neehe ana Schwab hl concmoeu,
lirfnrn tin had rnncluded the
court, at 6:05 o'clock p.m., adjourned
to 10 o'clock tomorrow wnnoui ior
mally passing fonttnee.
THE KNIGHTS OF LA1J0R.
AS APPEALING REBUKE TO THE
OFFICIALS OF MESPHIS.
A Carerull Prepared Statement by
a Medical Expert Instant
HIE AiTIOJt TAHEX HT THEt'Otf.
Credent la la Tar? D.rltle to Adml
All tbe Broeklf Iiclmalra
Richmond. Va., October 7 Before
tbe bonr cf 9 o'clock bad struck, the
delegates to the Knight! of Labor
Convention in tbe eeveral hote'e and
hoarding houses had finished break
fast, snd groups of neatly dressed, in
telligent looking men were eeen pr.v
ceeding toward Armory Hall, throuuh
every street leading to it. Kif eon
minutes of ten, the hour fixed fortha
beginning of the session, even the
latest ttragglers bsd arrived, and the
work of the fourth (Jay was undtr
way. As to tbe details of that work,
tbe four wal's of the armoiy banvd
out the outer world into at itat tem
porary ignorance, and not until the
e'eoof the stssion, could even such
information as was decided should be
mado public be looked for.
At trie close oi ine morning buhbiuu
matters were exactly in the mme po
sition as they were last night.' The
diHcmsion of the Morrison case, which
bad been begun, was resumed imme
diately after the opening of the ses
sion and was continued until the ad-
Un.nmnnt tr.v itinnnr. Tllfl linnr of
(H,';"I,1' adjournment Is 12 o'clock, bnt today
cess wes taken. When tbe afternoon
soseion began tbe Moirison case was
once more taken up, and U was ex
pected that it would be disposed of
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within an Dour ana mat me ewe ui
tbe St. Louis delegation would then
be proceeded with. It is not expected
that this caso will occupy much time,
as no such it sues aa were presented in
the Morrson case are involved.
At the afternoon sees'on tbe discus
sion of the report oi the Committee
on Credentials in tbe cage of the dele
gation from District At sembly Mo. 12C,
of New York, headed by John Mnr
rieon, was contiotied, and it wsa final
ly 'decided to admit the delegates
from that district with tho exception
cf Moniiou. who was rejected and his
alternate substituted for him. Thia re
sult was reached about 4 o clock, as
Cleveland - 2
Collins ' nauimou
Slain., J, O il Murphy
1'owderly 2 Whitney
Lynoh - 1
MnDonald , 1
This mav be regarded as one of
first "aiiaws" of the approeching cam
paign. But Democrats in other States
are dirpoeed to look somewhat ob
liquely upon ihe Democracy of their
brethren in Massachusetts. They, as
well as a large proportion of the Its-
fublicans there, are suspected cf bo
ng rather strongly tainted with mug
wumplsm, or, at least, of firing less
about the soundness of a tandidate's
Democracy than about li s ability to
win votes and carry an election. Tbe
above table, however, shows that
Grover Cleveland is the favorite son
of bis party in Massachusetts. Now
we shall probably hear from other
One Dollar of One Nlandard.
Senator Sherman waa received at
tbe Cincinnati Chamber of Commerce
yesterday. In the course of a brief
speech be said: The greatest quoB
tloo of all, perhaps, is the gold ques
tion how to make the silver dollar
equal to the gold dollar for there
should be only one standard. I have
f one through one process of redeem
bg Uncle Sam's money, and I do not
want to go through it again. Yon
miffht have nut more si'ver in your
do.lar and made it eoual to the gold,
bnt then it it would be too big, as it
ia now. But anyway it would pe a
good thir a to go to market with. A
dollar must be a dollar, and enough
silver mutt be put in a dollar to make
it a dollar, though it bs 100 or 500
grains. Tl at is honesty and prudencs.
If I had mv wav I would stOD the
coinage cf the silver dollar, gather it
into Uncle Ham's great vauitB, ana
then issue the certificates and let von
handle them. Thtss cettifiratos would
form the basis of our national bank
circulation, and preserve what 1 be
lieve to be the bt Ht svetpm of banks
in the country. The tariQ and other
great nicaMir s wonld in a great mesa-
ure regalate themselves, but tho silver
anettion is the great one oi the fu
ture. Oae dollar o( one value is what
Mintutippi Volley Medical Monthly:
Situated upon a large plot of grontd
on the left aa one tasses cut l uion
avenue, aod at the extreme eastern
limit of the city, are a group of dilt pi
ddled buildings and fchautits whi.h
collectively coaBtitutu the Taxing Di-t-trictHoFpital.
The executive build
ing,a two.story brick atructore.is an en
feebled relic of the pri-tine grandsur
of our Southern cjuutry, being origi
nally erected, if we are creditably iu-
fjrmed,u3a plantation residence. The
reniaicdfr of the buildings are of wood
of the plainest style and cheaptHt
structure. There is an air of deformi
ty and negltct about the whole place
intensely suairesiive of poverty, and
which strikes one as an appealing re
buke to the officials and generous ci ti
tans of Memphis. This is an impres
sion gathered from a casual glance at
the exterior. A tour of the wards or
avioittothe kitchen, tbe rptra'ing
room, the dispensary, or the
Intxrnaa' Quarters. will ren
iter more palpable tbe fact
that tbe institution is a disgrace to our
nmrr-HMtive ritv. and a rttlsttion on
liberality and humanity. In the wards
a disgusting odor prevuils, peculiar to
the ciiniireuatinn cf the sick, and due
to a want of cleanliness and inade
quate ventilation. The architecture
(it such a word applied toeuch struct
ures is permissible) of the building)
poruiits only of window ventilation,
which can only be utilizid daring tbe
months of midsummer. In the rear
of each ward is tho patients' dicing
room, and in ore earner of this is t:ie
bath tub and water closet. During tev-
eral of our vitus to the hospital e
had occasion to inspect these closets
and found them in an amazingly un
smi'arv condition, from which ema
nated most foul and uneavory odor
it be demons rated mat
Quarter of a Century in the Hardware Business.
Fulmer.Thornton S Co
I13G STAFF IJriLDIXG,
Nos. 322 and 324 MAIN ST., - .MEMPHIS, TEJKJM.
GUNS, STOYES, TINWAIU,
DRIVEN PUMIV, POISTH, Pll'JS.
COTTON AND WAGON SCALES.
EVAPORATORS AND SORGHUM MILLS.
Cotton Factors, Wholesale Grocery
Tfo. 306 Front afreet, : Memphis, Tear,,
RSON & 00
NLEDQEBSOSofCoBio,MU. F. M. KOKFLEET, Resident Partaer.
N.o. 358 and 358 Front Street Merophla Tenm.
W. H. BSOWI,
Liberal AdTanceg en Consignment.
2CC Front Street, : : Mcmitliis, Tcnn,
E, iifi, APPE
Vholesale Grocers & Cotton Factors,
304 FRONT STREET, MESIPHIS. TENN.
Urlnkley, Ark., Manufacturers of
YELLOW PINE AND OAK LUMBER.
AND DEALEM IH , '
Doors. Sash, Blina, Dressed Flooring, CeUincr, Weather Boirdlaf,
Cypress hh Ingles, Laths, Etc
avOnr faollltlei art aninrvan.il by any lawmill in th Boath for HI ins orden promptly.
Flooring , Ceilinr, Bidini, Stop Lumbar and Cypr.sa Bhinclw a ipeoialU : alio, Framlaa)
Lnmbar of all dim.mioai. W. make th. Wholesale Buain.il a ipeoial foatnra. Oiir
olioiWd and promptly filled.
GEO. BJLYMH.I4EB, AGEIT,
124 Jefferson Street Memphis.. Tenneaaef
J. A. BAILEY.
(i. B. WITT.
ew Cotton Gin
Nos.. 201 and 203 Madison Street, Memphis, Tenn.
wm vmt Xnvnmit nnil Niimnie unnrAnwa.
Mm i. a n rwtnn TnNiirnd whi1 in Traniit and at Utn.
nllrnt.on W ue the "PRteni Hlomlr" nnd unlnwrl nil wngon flntton
Good weights, and remltUnfei promt
back 1 lurnisoea on hp
np ft trial
NIPOLEOJf DILL, Preaideat. w. 5. WILKEBSOH,TIc-rreiwe fc
lit ti, liina, .vusuiiu
GEHCBAL riBH AMD JIABIHB BCNIW.
A QUARTER OF A MILLION'DOLLARS FULL PAID CAPITAL
I. IUltaTXHHIIII,rll WM. I. COU , ftJUWi.
Ofilce--19 Sfail Inn Street, Memphii, Tenn
the Committee on Crcdenrials desired
lurther time ior the consideration ot
the cans of contesting delegates from
The rules were susoended and tbe
convention proceeded to discuss tbe
Question of riving tbo support of the
order to me locaeu ouiworaera 01 au-
5usta, Oa.; the curriers and tanneia t l
eabody, and Halem, Mas., and
the Journeymen piumners 01 ew
Verk. There are 3000 men in
each of the llrst sained bodies,
and about 1400 in trie las', it was dc
cided lo support them. It waa 5:30
when this business was concluded, and
a racesi was taken to 7K10, it being
decided to hold an evening setslnn to
consider the report ot tbe Uoromittee
on Credentials, which it was expected
would be ready at thit liour.
Dining the session tno mnowing
telegram was received by Mr. Powdai-
ly from rittsuuig, l a. : ine JNationai
Amaliramated Association of Irjn and
titeel Workers pauses sufllciently long
to send you and ycur noble Kiiixtra
fraternal greetings. Way success at
tend vour every eflort, and may the
- 1 1 n 1 ; 1 I K -
power anu linuicucu ui urHiuiau luuur
we muvt nave beiore we can nave innrcn on mmum upion uuni ivi mm
that stability o nece-eary to national and ot ject are fully attind.
security and bnBiiuss siiccoes. W.M. WKlIlh, rreaideat.
rM It ! A.. I . t 11 T
k. n.......n. i'...n.i.i. f.. 11... ilie wuowiiiK iHiBarnm iruiu i.j
ma ........... " - I t 11 ll il
rrunr l nnxaHruiiarlia. nit'Ullirp, nrtsiuuni 01 tue i'lumri-
NnwYmk Kirnina Pml: Tim nhm. hood Of Carpontfrs, Was lead: AS
iK,ii,,n r.1 m An.lroB Inr li tinv. c miiiattiots the lirottierhood 01 Uur
nvnnliliin ill Mflfiacf .nu(.ft K 4hn I pentera greet the Kniirh'B cf Labor,
1 f " . . . 11 jI '.1 la 1. 1.. UH.. I
In trilitti'B iin nut. ulivjiva ttm linnr nni. lrtwunii frB'ornitv with trades unions,
iv a antim m nn 11 I h ik. H In or. i rfl'UUlllKU nil'lll in Hiixiiiniica iu inn
,v uriTTTT at. rnVSHNT. the firm of Alston, Crowoll ACo. li thU day diflBoWe,
i-Mf unrpn 1 r rnvanvT tha nrm ni Alston, urowo a uoi mh huimwih. ,
tl CroVell rotlrin... The remainin, partner.. P. tj. Alrtoa a.d H-" W' HabilUi.'i
tinue the baiinex at tne o'o. . -a 'choWKLIi.
and oolleoting all ouUtanding aooounti. " VL 8TON.
t... .a..n,W1.1Sfl. H- H. MAum.
as. heretofore extended the old
arOh retiring ai abore. I b..eak for my lacouieri a qoaunuauoa . i. "ffifitfffifc
, UllUe .
Fl - mrHiaaia't naan nawi-'i it a -- , a, .naiaiLllnli lanaiahliaaiat h, - g-
AW AMD riBISQ-HIIX, BTATT-TAJID.
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Molding. Lumber,
Lath and Shingles, flooring, Ceiling and. Cedar Posts.
vents not aUavs had policy. Mr.
Andrew is thnson of John A. Andrew,
the former war (lovernor, wlium Mas.
sachusetis reuieinliers with so much
pride. He hulongs to the mm class
of young lttttou men as M r. Cabot
Lodge, and went with this gentleman
aa a delegate to the convention which
nominated lilaine, having tho rane
low opinion of ltlaine which Mr.
Lodge had and then frrely expressed,
and being equally opposed to lus nnm
ination on tne capital gronnd of per
aonal null tcsa. He. like Mr. Lidgo
and Mr. Koosevolt, oppoFed 111 ai lie's
nomination it) the convontlon, hut un.
like them, when the nomination was
made refused to acquiesce in it. He
held, we presume, tne old and, until
recently by respectable men unqnes
tioned. rule of uicai v. that no man
date or trust rati bind a delegate to
assist in the elevation t) a high otllce
of a iraa whom he believes to be
personally diHhonect. and to have
abused a public oll'iea for purposes of
private gain. A delegate may be
bound to ink obloctlotn to a candi
date's opinions, or t S'nk objections to
his capacity, or to rink objections to
bis prospects with the voters, in defer
ence to the mnjirity. But objections
to a candidate on the score of peisonal
dishonesty, on tbe score of untruth
fulness and unfaithfulness to a pnb'lc
trust are fundamental, lliey gone
hind all political commUslora. They
dettroy at one blow everything that
can be said in his favor, except that
the country is lu darner and that no
is the only man competent to save it
In other word, the pica of over
whelmiriB necessity is the only pita an
bonrst man can use to justffy his
helping to put such a person in high
TUE CHICAGO ANARCHISTS.
labnr movement, and haitn the fede
ration ol all eaith'a tollers."
John H own. Tost Urand Army R9-
pnblio No. 60, IVrartment of Illinois,
Hnt the (olio inn: 'Tleaso accept our
hack, for the manly step you have
taken in behalf cf our people"
At 7:30 n. in., the Committee on
Credentials not being ready to report,
it was decided not to hold an evening
session. The convention will meet at
0 o'clock tomorrow morning.
ArrlibUhop Fi Kevlalan er Ihe
Montrkal, October 7. The con
stitution of the Kniglita 01 Labor has
been revised by members of tbe clergy
in this city and under tne auspices 01
Aichbldiop Fabro, with the object of
expunging the provisions contiary to
the rules of the Koraan Catholic
Church. Mr. Powdurly, when bore,
promised tbe Archbishop to support
the pusago cf the amendments bffnre
theaunual convention. Two delegates
from the Knights of Labor have loft
tn attend the convention in Richmond,
Va , and have taken the revised con
stitution with them. It is Btated Ilia
Archbishop delayed action until the
present time berauHe of the assembling
oi the Richmond convention.
THE "HOODLE" ALDERMEN.
Iho lUtrl- Atlnrney V art An.
uuuuro Diiin ror i niir irmi,
Tbe Halloa for a S.w Trial Over-
laird by Jnila;e Uary.
Chicaoo. III.. October 7.-Judge
Gary, in the Criminal Court this
morninir. overrnhd the motion for a
new dial in ttie caeo cf Ihe eight
anarchists chafed with the hsy mar
ket masracrn. and couflrnied the ver
dict of the jury tl't Kpiw, Parsons.
Fifldtn. Kclmah, K iue Fischrr and
Ling should he lianged and that
Heche should fuller imprisonment for
fourteen jears in ink Mite penilen
t'ary. Hie Comt did net coi.clude
Lis decision ui.tl 12:30 o'clcik, and
owinu to tbe inteiccssion cf the coun-
ecl ior the priaouera be deferred pacs-
Nsw York, Oj ober 7. Win. H.
Miller, Henry L. Haylca (K'pnhlions)
and William r. Kirk and i'atncR Par
ley (Democrats), members ot the
"ocodle" Board of Aldermen tf 1884,
whose crsw weie placed on today's
calendar of the Ooueral Sessions
Court for ti e purrosscf fixing trial
days, weie on hand today with their
lawyers when the cists weie emeu.
Distriit Attorrey Mattine appeared
'before Judge Cowing and announced
rta'es far tne trials, placing tSaylcs's
first, tor next Monday. Lawyer tew-
combe, representing Styles, asked for
delov pending other engagements anu
was finally given a week'a grace. Tiio
other cast s were set down accordingly,
with the understanding that no fur
thnr drhy would be granted. 8iyles's
trial mut proceed on the ISth inst ,
Farlev'aaud Miller's on Ootolii r 2.Vh,
and Kirk's on th-i first Monday of No
vember, whs the peremptory order is
sued by Judgn Cowinit, helore whom
the casis will hu hronnhi.
Ther is no better coal than Ala-.
bauia fpliut, Uioe, 278 Second street.
i-ctoZ? Zl they' 1, AT1T DIPBOTBD HUJL,r.ER ttim
were luoccuous, ceriainiy wero uui
calculated to add zet to tbe appetites
of convalescnte who are lequired to
take their food in this room. The
bathtub, if we may judge from the
condition'and personal appearance of
the patients, la never UBed for i'a legit
imate purpoie. Aa a rule, npon ad
mission, patients are put to bed in tbe
clothes which they wear in, odorifer
ous as thev are with decomposing se
cretions of tbe body, and in many in
stances inhabited by tl at pejt, the
iarcoj)ti hominii. A pretention ia made
to supply the patients with clean
c othing, but the tflort is an abortion.
The same ia applicable in regard
ti the bedd ng. Kach werd ton
tains more than twtn'y-five bids
and is in charge of bnt a single
attendant, or nurse, if the individuxl
who occupies that position may be
thus dignified. Before bis elevation
to ihis important position he was prob
nhly a mechanic, probably day labor
er, or very probably a tiamp, with no
tact or sympathy for the duties of bis
place and no former experience in tbe
profession he Has assumed. He ha
drifted into tbe hospital tick, and
when well is retained as a nurae in
charge of a ward. Ihe only attraction
to him is the pittance of $20 a month,
which he considers it a duty be owes
hlmielf to earn with as lit le eflort as
nnsDible. Asmmina him to be intelli
gent, experienced ml fa;tbful, it
umiM he nracticablv iaiDOfSible for
tingle individual to properly discharge
tbe numeious and vnerona duties in
cident to the care of bo many sick
people without assistance. During the
niuht the nurde is oil duty anu the
ward is left in charge of the night
watchman, who at inttrva a, which we
RimnoRe is oDtional with himself, visits
the waids and where neceesary ad
ministers medicine. The only thing
in the wav of an operating room pas.
sensed by the Hojpital is aa eight by
ten space in the large amphitheater
Imilt bv th Memphis Hospital Medi
rnl (lolli u,r in the executive building,
situated abuut 200 Icet from the watds
and to which the potient has to be
be rno c n a litter, the wea her perinit-
tinu. The room is vtry large,
villi no moans of being hea'.tsd
excoot bv two fmr.ll s'oves, aud
th r.nurtc ouence ia tbnt it
never comfortable, and we might add
that It is never clean. The atook cf
instruments f r diagnostic and opera.
tive purposes is not suliicient tor the
demands of the Hospital, and the
a'tck i 6 drniis Is eo limited as to re
etiet tho 11 Hmtal phvsician in bi
therapt utice, thus very potently dl
mintshiDg his sphere of utefuluees,
The dint furnished the patients needs
special censure. For an active, hi althy
working man, it is quite enough for
all purposes of tho animal economy;
but to Iced llie s:ck, wr.ose uigetuve
Rvsiem is dltordered. uoon it. is irra
tional, and otlers another impediment
to successful treatment. Bread is fur
nished bv contract bv a prominent
baker on Main street, whose bid was
tot much, if any, above the actual
cost of Hour. He la erahled
lo do this, as his contract
furnishes him a channel by which to
work oil stale bread, which would oth
erwise accumulate on his hands and
be a toes. We suppose meat is sup
plied on the Bame basis, but of this we
cannot speak positively. Milk ia the
only article of luxury upon tbe menu,
ana this is only issued in epecisl cases
upon the physician's older. The in
ternes' quarters consist of one room on
the lectmd tlo.ir of the executive build
ing. Although they devote them
selves assiduously to the interests of
the Hospl al, they are r quired to fur
tdah their own furniture and bedding
and to eat at a common table with the
nurses, ambulance diiver, watchman
and coma'eecirg patients, thus put
tins them on an equal fooling with
their inferiors iu rank, much to their
own de'rimnni ana mat oi me pa.
tienta In their charge. Hits is amis
take which should be torrtct
ed. Their autvicei should certainly
entitle them to decent lodging and
Ihese are but a few of the imperfec
tions in the operation of our Hospital,
which have imprtssed tt emselves on
our mind during occasional visits. It
is far from boing a careful criticism,
although a conscientious ote, and we
are inductd to make it by no spirit of
ill foeling toward the Hcspital author,
itiee, but from an earnest conviction
that since we undertake to care for
the sick strangers within onr gates,
we chnuld do it in a creditable man
ner. ljet we shou d be construed as
n nct;ng on our friend, the surgejn
in charge, Dr. J. E. Black, we deem it
our duty lo state thht he is not respon
sibe fir the existing condition of
things at the Homal. He ia handi
capped by a want of funds, and his
tine executive nbility and hih piofes
eional talent is lost in the ellort to sus
tain tho iufctitution in its present condition.
J. A. BAQffi CO,,
. ip iLsU Esns es S e
33G Second (Street, Memphis.
A LARGE AND COMPLETE! STOCK OP PLUMBKR8. GAS AND STEAM FmBRB
J. Material!. Pamm. Drive Weill. Iron. Lead and ritooe Pipe. Qai Flture. Qlohea. Kte
SE & GO.
Cotton Factors and Wholesale Grocers
S9G-89S Front t.f JSIempMa, Tenm.
Cotton Factors, Commission lerctiants,
TSa. HO itanth Main St.. fft. TBiiIw.
DEALER IN WALL PAPER
Window Shades, Picture Eail Mouldings and Mixed Paints.
HOUSE, SIGN AND FRESCO PAINTER.
825 SECOXD STKET, - - Mfcai inai a.
J. a. iat.
LaUof J. 8. Day A Son.'
W. H. nORTOI,
Late of Meaobam A Uorton.
I. W. BAILET.
Late of Bailey A CoTlDfUfl
DAY, HORTON & BAILEY,
GROCERS AND COTTON FACTORS,
360-362 Front Street Memphis Tenn.
ARMISTEAD & LUNDE
C0TT0X FACTORS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Vo. 831 Front Nireot. Cor. Union. MemitiiiH. i enn.
Cotton Factors & Commission F.lerclvis,
No. 280 FS.OI3T STREET, '2IE2SPB IS, TENN.
-Wow. nH fknti OO 1'nloii rt.
THE PETERS & SAWRIE CO,
II. J0NBS, President. I. P. PETERS, Vloe-PrelldeaA.
kW. D. r. SAWRIB, Eeoretary and Treaiurer.
(Hareeaaore le Peteira Sawrle.)
MAM'FACIUKEKS OP TIIE 44 MAGNOLIA BRAND"
Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants.
So. 3U Front Street, Tomer ot Monroe. Memphis Tenn-
Manufacturer of Alabama Lime,
AND DEALER IN
OHINIl V Tr I.OCINV1LLE CEMENT,
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