MEMPII18 DAILY APrEAL SATURDAY, UCTOHKK 9, H8.
IS WBAT1IY OYER
Of the CItII Senlce Act, and lie
Proposes to Make a Clean
Sweep of tbe Guilty.
New York, October 8 A Washing,
ton apodal U the Pott Bays: The
Present's ha k is up. He is Indig
nant at the violation ol his civil set
vice order of July, which forbade
Federal officials from taking any active
prt in politics, end he propotes to
make some striking examples which
will be warning to tbe minor et
ficials. I thick teat those who will
be select for the i acriiice at first will
be Delanev, United State District At
torney in 'Wisconsin, the Collector of
Internal Revenue at Indianapolis and
the postmaster at New Orleans. This
t. v,a Unonaaa nf nna of the Civil Ser
vice Commiesioners, who Is to be pre
nmcd to know what he is ta'kiog
..Hliil Lnnd ODJca Deelalon
TIT . antirnienil OMnhftr 8. An
i ss..at ati Mir ft decision has
been made by Oommissioner Sparks,
irrir,n Hila to certain valuable
lands In tho vicinity of New O leana,
i in n.rt hv tho town ot Cairo II-
ton and upon other parte by buildinga
and improvements 01 Krrai vamo,
.v, .,. omirna. the .Meterie
VIUUUIK mrv j
Kidae Cemetery and the Mitel road
.cii..ri (mm New Orleans to
1 - L Tlnn(nVtart tain Thin Dronerty
XjHaVtS A uuw-uw"' . .
v.. nUimail and nnHRCHflOd BinC8
una ureal vi - r - .
. mi.h'lfl of the last century under a
i7.,..w,h mant whlrh has been 6ur-
AICIIVU aj.i.a. " " , ..
and ff r pirated Irjm toe puono
domain. The adversa claimant! as
.ril title bv virtue of certain swamp
and other elections under grants
to tha Ktate of Louisiana. Commis
sion Pparks holds that the French
Id 1 rnmnlnln til In DTOtOUtod DT
the treaiy c( 1803, and not needing
legislative or other confirmation ty
the United Slates, and the lands being
Ttrlcoia nrnnertv at tha date of the
Mate grants did not paw under these
errant.. The amount involved in this
Wiiiinn amouuto to several! milliion
MiUitmr was Mayor of Belleville from
1877 tolSKl and reurea irom -"
business life ssveral year ago. f or
oftecing of tbe brain and baa been
nrxlna! DrrAWIMff wnrRf). 110 WBO
v rvtnntw Hnanital on Sat-
aOtI W .11,3 XVMMJ uvuj .
mini knt msatnrinnilv difanneareu
on Mo'rday alternoon. On Tuesday
afternoon ana evening ne was -ecu
Cabanne'a addition and on Pleasant
U:il ..'nra whiih lima n 1 rlnw tO nlS
whereabouts has beenditcovertd. His
friends and relative are great y wor
ried about turn, tearing that ne may
lail Anmn ot. niirht in the ODn
air and died from exposure, or that he
lias been muruereo.
MIS ROSE E. CLEVELAND
OF f HE L9UAS
Refuses U Receive His Sou's Bodj
An Old Man Iteaten t ) Death by
a Neero-OUier Crimes.
WII.I. II1VC TO ABANDON "III".
Her rubllah.r la Analona to Have
or Unv Her Troubles In
ay ..,Mni Ortnher S. The Pres
Ident hes appointed the following
named postmasters: lleniy Foi, at
Hnaldsbureh. Cel.. vice L. A.Jordan,
mnended: David Hammer, at Mitch
ell, Dak., vice Geo. A. Bilsby, u
rr.liul Miilmnl 10. Tn oh v. at Noko
mis, III., vice D.P.Brophy, suspended:
John A. Blieiaou, ai niaouaiuiu,
.u. k A Hinnrt. atitnanded : Jni. M
rin ' at. ItnHtnn. Ma."., vice Kdward
8. Tobay, suapendod; Daniel Johnson,
at Ithica, Mirb.. vice Itobert Smith,
imnamliiil T?ru!i?ot Lane, at Summit,
N. J., vice T. F. Littel1, suspended;
M M 11 ralln. at Lebanon. Pa., vice
n w Pnrmnnv. auRDended : Michael
Tiamnv at HalMm. N. J., vice Robert
ftni..ir.iifinlr rniiirnidfllnn axnired.
Pi-.atmatt.tra Commiesioued J. A.T
n Htonlmi ami. Turin.: Anna B.
Dlmalliam. Nashville. Tenn. ; M. L.
Crow. Pickwick, Tenn.j D. White,
KaiiauJ Bank Htalement Called
Washington, October 8. Tbe
Comptroller ol the Currency has called
for a statement of the condition of na
tional banks at the close of businets
Thursday, October 7 h.
Iaoreaaed Land Kntrlea In Wyomlai
Washihston, October 8. In regard
to tbe statement on tbe recent annual
report of Gov. Warren, of Wyoming,
that immigration and tbe tottlemont
of public lands in that Territory are
being sensibly checked by the severe
requirements exacted from settlers by
the new rules and regulations of tha
General Land OlUce, Secretary Lamar
laid today that the records ot the de
partment Bbow that for the fl cal year
of 1888 the land entries in the Terri
tory numbered 3521 as agalnet 2023 in
1884, an rocreaie of 680 in two years,
the year 1885 showing a correfponding
increase over 1884. The Secretary
added that there had beon a diminu
tion in the desert land entries which
could be advantagoonBly entered only
in large eontranta, requiring consider
able capital, but in the number of en
tries made by individuals tbe records
how a large iucrease.
M ania an Opinion on Ilia Oleomar-
Wahiuncitun. October 8. The Act
ing SicreUiy of the Treasury has
strain asked the Attorney General for
an opinion rs to whether the oleomar
garine law imposts a tax on tho diflor
nnt Inprfliili'll'H uptid In tho mrtlHllui'.t
ure ol oleomarmritie and alao a tax on
the article when llnitilied and placed
on the market, or whether the law
nnntnmn'utxa a tax nnlv UD3U the fin
loin il artiiOa Ttia nnnhtinn Ima hnnn
raised by tbe opponents of the meas
ure and itsdete initiation will make a
considerable dill'aiencp, one way or the
nthar. to rteraona doalimr in oleomar
garine. Commisaioner Mdler has re
ceived proofs of the new oleoma'gtriue
tamps, and said today that the atamps
win tie reauy tor snipmcni io
lectoia about tbe 15th instant.
TVia nhli'ton Ntutv Literary
nnV..r will ha iaaiiAft In a few dave.
Advance sheets which have come into
our possession show that mis numoer
will consist oi nineiy-aeven pnger, wnu
twelve contributions, including "Ed-
itoiial Ta'ks" and "Vacation Reading
lor Oirla." bv Miss Hose IMir.aOetO
ruaianA Mr. VAoat Fawcett con
tributes the flist of a series on "Two
American Dramatists;" for this ppar
the author recolves (as we are renaoiy
informed) $ 0. Olive Logan has an
art n nn "The J" DC! SO WOmillH, ur
Housa Lady," and gets 110 for it. A
like amount is paid to Jobu Burroughs
for his naner on "Indulgent Oritlclcm."
ni.iUrna AHiliann Youne a "Pen
Pictures nf Authors Whom 1 Have
Atai" ia an il to have onenea tne put)
li.hor'a wultnt. tn tha rxtent of $20.
Henry W. Austin will probably go
ina.l wlmn tin finds IliS DOem. "Hliau-
ows," printed in the drpartment of
Our Singing School a department
which Miss Cleveland Incited upon
(ntrnilnrinir into the magazine as a
..i.iiu in Vi!ih In fatrv "vftrfln that
Y i; n 1 1. 1 u ... i- .1... , .. . -
wasn't much and that wouldn't have
- lia .!,1 tn "
IU I'O pii
No announcament is made in this
number of Literary Life touching Miss
Cleve'and's probable retirement from
tlm nlitnrial rnlllllll't of the Dubllfa-
Uod, nor is there any intimation likely
to gratify puDiic turinsuy on maiauo
ject. It is understood, however, that
Mr. Elder, the publisher, is wining
that Mies Cleveland should retire;
that he is satisfied that she has done
tl,o mimilna all tlin llllBinpPS (rood
hn la runaliln nl ilntnff it. and that lie
ia aireadv castins out in Other direc
tion-, (nrnnw instriimpntB with which
to boom his enterprise. It is apparent
tlmt Mr. Klil Br hM wear ed Of tbe re
straint which his able editor is at
tempting to exercise over him; in
several ins'ances he has openly re
belled against her authority, and we
have reason to holieve that within a
month cordial relations between tbe
two will be entirely suspended
Amusing stories concerning the pro-
fenaional and business relations of Mr
V.Mnr and his editor are leaking out
nrailnallv. Tt BnnaarR that MifS
Cleveland's salary has been quoted at
a higher figure than It should have
been. Instead of f50 a week, Mies
Cleveland's salary is $i00 a
ouarter (three months), or $160 68 a
month that is to sav about 140 a
null. Tha Aral avrnemant between
Miss Cleveland and Mr. Elder was for
Had tlm hut bv a iiiba'onpnt
agreement It was provided that the ex
isting financial terms should be con
tinued indefinitely. The first coolness
II anxh ma mav tnrm it fa?ms to
have arisen between the twain when
Miss Cleveland declined to yield to
vr. 1?li4nr'a Imnnrtnnitif a tn live in
fhliarm Mlaa (Mavelanrl dar.larnd that
she could not see why she should ba
unacted to live in me wear, uui bud-
spquently she agreed to come as far
U'.oi aa Dulrnit. and "trv it there
awhile;" if she liked it there perhaps
. . .. n. i
(he W0U1U proceea io vmcago. mean-
Whllo, Mr. fiiuerwas lomaxa irequoni
nulla In Dnirnit and keen her ail vised
as to the demand for her permanent
In the solection ol an assisunt euuor
M1k Oleve and had but one choice, ana
that wis hor nephew, a young man of
ir, tha inn nf llm Rnv. W. K. CJlHVB
land, of Forreetport, N. Y. This young
man, who is stigmatired by Mr. Elder
as a sallow youth, has never had any
mnnr nnm m the editorial or nuDllBll
. . . i t i 1
ina tins ness. out nis aunt lDBitieu
tlmt. ha urmilil hn a ornnt lm!n to her
in revising manuscripts and in carry
ing messages between uuicigo anu
Holland l'atont. Mr. Aldersauelched
the nenhew icbeme at once, and Mr,
Hradatiaw, the o:a asiistaui etir.or oi
the migAaino, has been retained
llirrnuh tho Cleveland tttime
'Ilia iiitjtlliir-iiit pnmnnHitora em
ployed by Littrary Life represent that
Alius Ulevetaiid ooesn l xnnw anyming
about reading proof, and they tell
innnv stories about the interlineations
aad corrections that appear on the
mannarripta and proom that come
from Holland Patent. Writing from
her ouiet atudv at "The Weeds" Miss
Cleveland recentlv made this com
p'aint: "I remember now that there
ni'rnra a tniaannllnd word in one o
mv llirmin mintatlnna anil tt. hrABlCM
my heart that there is nobady about
your otiics intelligent enougn to mane
d..iuiii Mn Orliher S. The
body of Pat Wallace, tbe murderer of
the Logan family, hatiged by a mob
here ou Monday niuht, ai cut down
and brought to town yestarday and
las all rlav in tha eourihouse. stretched
out on a plank, the noose still about
his neck, ana the nanus auu
pinioned as tha mob had left them.
Accoia ng to his request niH pureuia
were sent word to come ana get n.s
body. Late yenerday the word came
back from tbe fither ihat he would
bave nothing to do with the body of a
son S3 unnatural as to murder Ma
parents' best friends. A pine coffin
was made laet night and tbe murder
er's body p'aced iberein, and today it
will he tuned on a oeioiuia um "j
tha rniitaidp. where, mmv years azO,
a negrers who murdered her maiter's
child was buried, after being hanged
tccotaing to law.
A Item ailed Kobkerr aad Harder.
MotipoLK. Va... Oatober 8. John
CnloBDTjer. an aged farmer living
.Uinn Juliana ireek. about f)Ur
mdes from Norfolk, upon retiring
Wednesday night, discovered a negro
nniliii Vila rio.1 ITa nrnriired a shot-
niin nnil firnrl at the intlllder. misSinS
him. 1 tie neirro SB'.zeu uie uiuiiioui
tliamm and a atrnnirle firRllpd. which
iiml in Mr rtnlnnnr,er heme hor
ribly beaten with the weapon, having
his skuil ana lace crusneu, one 'm
shattered and his rght ear bittn off.
. . i : i. 1 .
I estf riuy morning iub ucihujio
found Mr. Culpepper in a dyiDg con
dition, but able tt tell what bad hap
pened. A paity wai organized end
tatted in pursuit of tbe negio.
Wednesday Mr. Culpeppf r received a
laige aum ol money, wnicn tne negro
wfs probably aware of, and he secretsd
himself under the bed to rob tbe
Hmrm Tralu Wrreker Captnrrd.
Cuaitanooqa. Tbnn., October 8
Will Bonham, a yoimg negro train
wranlrar waa nantnred and lcdored in
jail at Livingston, Ala., yesterday, and
there is strong probability that he will
be lynched. A few nights ago he
er.Thorntoa & Co
Cotton Factors, Wholesale Grocers,
No. 80S Front alreet. : Memplila, Tea
AJ UrXL xim&r XL W 11.
I hi APP
ERSON & CO
Centaur Liniment is the most wonderful Tain-Curer
the world has ever known.
Wholesale Grocers & Cotton Factors,
384 FRONT STREET. MEMPHIS. TEETH-
HER YARD S
Mew Cotton Gin,
Nos. 201 and 203 Madison Street, ftemphi, Tenn.
-mvmtf t . . .nd Harnnle Gaaranleed. Good weirhta. and remittance! promi'
M I. in rvittnn Injnwd while in Tramit and at Oin. Bok furni.hed on an
. . . . 4 . .i..i.. ll..l.uili.ail anl nnlnailall WDffnn AAttnn
pl'ffation. VVb qc the
Uiv u n trial
Minis mi rJTvroM!ia"m'"1'''"1'''1 "" 1
SI For Fifty Years the great Remedy for
S Blood PoisonanaSkin Diseases.
Leavea Mealoo The Kerlplent or a
City or Mexico. October 8. Gen
Jackion presnted bis letlor of recall
to President Diaz yesterday, and laet
night he left for the United Htates.
In tbe railway depot be received from
the American, eolony and other for
eigners and Mexicans the greatst
ovation ever given to any American
in Mexico, with tha single exception
of lien. i rant. 1 tie Anit-nctn colony
nrManlail him with a hamlunmA nil
painting of I he "Valley of Mexico."
lie accepted in a feeling speech, fall
-r il... i .. 4. i. i i
THE TOBACCO CROP
Ibe RUttea of Maryland, Vlralnla
a Norm inroliaa.
BALTmoRt, Mn, October 8 The
Journal of ( (rnimrrc will publish to
morrow spetiul reports from thetolmc'
CO growing sections of Maryland. Vii
sinia and North Carolina, la some
Ina tnatanr-na Ilia nrnn la atatml In t.a
as large as laet year and the quality as
i i-.. . i ii .i... i .
liULU, uui uenrir an 1110 reuuriB Claim
that the yield will be much reduced
the ee imates running from one third
two twe-thirds of a crjp and with the
q'lality, especially in parts of north
flarnllna anil Virninia vorv nnn. Tn
tho great DuiIibhi District the yield is
eetimated at not over 40 per cunt., of
an average, and of a very inferior
Hjalrrlans I) lBearanre.
Bt. Loiub, Mo., October 8 Ki
Mayor Henry A. Milliter, of Belle
vllle, III., abou'. 50 yeHH of aiie, disep
peared on Tuutday iiiglit end has not
since been htard from, (jrava feers
ere entertained for his eafety. Mr.
p'ac.id a dozen obilruations on ths
track of the Alabama and dreat
Soatbern la lrcad about Liviagstin,
by which the night express train
woula cave Dpou wrecnea out ror iue
timely diecsvery. He wes detected
in the bC aud tied, out a detective
followed hitn and finally run him
down above Meridian.
Nhol br an Outraajed Hnaban.
Chicaoo. III.. October 8 Christian
Anderson, a Swed?, 30 years of age,
liulno with f Inn rail Nelaon. Birfd 40.
at S7H Wtat Erie etreet. was cuirht by
the latter in a room with Mrs. Nelson
at 1:30 o cloik this morning and snot
in tbe stouuea. He was taken to tho
county hospital, where he d:ed. Nel-
snn was arretted ana locked up at
West Chicago Avenue station.
Took Ills Benlenee Very Coolly.
Naw Yobk. October 8. Paniol
Driscoll. the ex-leeder of the Whyo
gang, wno was convicted of the mur
ilnr nl liia mintre'S. Be: zi GarritV. io
a Hester street brotbel on June 20th
laat wii torlav sentenced tibe baneed
oa the 3d of next December. He took
his sentence very coolly.
Several Hew Nature to Be Placed on
tha Dlrertora Ticket.
Huling from Mulberry to St. Martin Streets JjJ$EE$ DEGKTA
isy TniTimnnn and Sacks free.
t&"The Largest and only Complete Gin in the city.
nr jjest leia. xest oampiei
Nkw York, Oolober 8. A corsnlts-
tion of Weetern Union directors was
held this afternoon. After its close
Kuwell Sate etated that at the annual
eltction to be beld Wednesday next
there would hn several new names
nlacad in the directors' ticket, among
them being that of Austin Corbio.
.Mr. Bsge cam mat in s cnange ooes
not inuicite a cbanga in the policy ol
the nnmnmiv. nor is it sinrfirrg ire of B
compromise, but is Bimply due to his
nre-i'iTiiut nie as a lanrosu mm. iu
the "s ret t, howevt r, it is generally
believed thar the change means that
the Drexel-Morgitn inifrost is to dom-
inata in tho con.puiy'o ti'rs. ilie
directors emphatically deny this.
They Are Not Sorry.
T nra ia nnn thina nnhnitv P.VVT r(V
grels Hint is, the dRy iley first adopt
eJ Pnrkei'B Tonic as their regular fam
lly mediuine. lis range is eo wide
Bud itH good efforts so euro, that notb
Ing else, except good nursing, nr
iiuuituil In a ivi-naf muinrittf nf rnanft
lluy it, try it, and afterward it will not
require any piaiee trom us.
Jny Uonlil on a Tour of Inapcrtlnn
Kt. I.onia. Mo.. O.itobtr 8. .Tav
Gould, accompanied by his ton Geo.
Gould and wife, ft t rived by special car
in thla nitv Inilnv Tha rar KM tftkan
............. J ..VVH.
to the shoi s (or repairs, end. its occu
pants went no one Knows wnero. mr.
Gould ia making a tour of inspection
over all Ins lines.
Of pare Cod Liver Oil, with Hypo
BY MUTUAL CONSENT, the nrm of Alston, Cro
Oroaell retirlni. Ibe remaioins partners, F.
owell A Co. is thin day dissolved. 1. W.
l U .1.. A U U U.n.. wl Mill.
"-j1".-.?" ..r..?r: ;.T;;t;: k. w. cbowkll.
itoii..ui.... p o. AT.fi TON.
. . - in. ir it mnpv
..iirin. .. .hn... T k.an.ak for m sacaessors a oentinaatloD nf the liberal patron-
m-w ...-. -"V-:- rrr k. w. cuoftKiiU
n. i pure wu iXTfr mui ujvw
to the suhjoct of the DbosDhiies. is a most, valuable remedy
forthcoming number ol Literary Life, I for consumpt!on, Bcrofula, waMing die-
nA II . 1. . .li. n t i. n ..1 I. A I nf . , ... ,a nn.l nl.rAl.lA
no mil cnj iiuaii no uu uuv idku wun
mv rnvar nf thn mnirailnA av mncb. of
an improvement, upon the old over.
Tbe design Is not particularly appro-
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priatB, anu it seems hi un tuueiy io
cuted. At one corner of the mortise
for the table nf contents amieais what
Durnorti to be an ideal neau oi unrs
Cleveland. entitled "Literatenr."
while just above the opposite corner
ia rii n rlpil a risinff sun with flam
bayant Btreamore, aud ac:os the sun
is stretcned me iegina -rianjux.
We are told that when Mr. Klder saw
the design of this ntw title pegs f.r
the first time he objocted to the Lat n
motto "Fiat Lnx," lor the very good
reason that that wasu t me way t)
Anr HabT'a Flrat Yrar."
hif Marlnn Tlarlaml with nthnr valua
ble information; forty-eight page book.
Hunt free nn receint of 2 cent stamD.
Address Keed A Carnrick, Mercantile
Exchange Building. New York City.
New Yobk. October 8. The busi
ness falluies occurring throughout the
canntry in tne laai seven aye, na re
ported to R. G. Dun & Co., numbsr
for the United 8 ates 107, and for
Canada 23. or a total of 19U failures,
which is about up to the average of
the h st nix or seven, weeks. The fail
ures in Nhw York and the Kast are
l ght, the bulk of the week's casual
ties bing rcpoited from the Noutbern
aud Wetlern Slates and Canada.
Wby II aa foaaitont
Become the s aple dentifrice of Amer
ica? Simply hticaiiBO it is K "'.tsible
to ute it, even for a wtck, without per
ceiving iU bygienio e fleet upon the
teeth, tbe gums and tUe breath,
eat os of claldien, c:lda and chronic
fwinulia anil in all rnmlitinna where
there ia a Iors of Uriah, a nek ol nerve
power and a general debility of tbe
mii rwmmwrm wKramgimj mr wit antir mi
ilr-atUtM MHlLavr to Utelr ftsja kaUd (i
k ii mm sm m
ftj-ii ii ii M 9
xeais.. isai Kri In
Interesting Treatise onBlood and Skin Diseases
mailed free to all who apply. It should be
carefully read by everybody. Address
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Doors. Sash. Blla4s. Dressed Flooring, ueuing, neainerBoaraiif,
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J. A. BAILEY.
tt. E. WITT.
3 Second Street, Memphis.
ALARGK A I'D COMPLETE STOCK OF PLUMBKKB, AB AINU 61 aajn
Materials. Pumps, Drive Wells. Iron. Lead and StonePipe.QasFixtures.Qlol.es. Kte ,
Cotton Factors and Wholesale Grocers
29G-80S Front St.f Hemplii, Teraxu
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Cotton Factors, Commission ierchants,
Uo. 116 Strath Slain St.. Bt. Xrania.
DEALER DN WALL PAPER
Window Shades, Picture Kail Mouldings and Mixed Taints.
HOUSE. SIGN AND FRESCO PAINTER.
WO. 22."S NECOXD STREET. - - - ! IvJll'Ill. li-aa
26G Front Street, :
Day A Son.1
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Lat. of Meaoham A Hortoa.
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Lata tt Bailey At CorlBftolC
; Memphis Tenn. DAT, HORTON & BAILEY,
PETERS & SAWRIE CO.
J0SES. Prasldnt. I. P. PETEKS. Viea-Presldant.
iff. V. r. BftW S11JS, ceoreiary ana ireasarer.
(SJncaeaeora lo Petera'at Sawrle.)
MANUFACTUKEUS OF THE "MAGS0L1A BRAND"
GROCERS AND COTTON FACTORS,
m rn a .
360-362 Front Street Memwui Aenm.
ARMISTEAD & LUNDEE,
COTTON FACTORS & COMMISSION MERCIIANTS,
Wo. 8 1 Front Slreot. or. Union, itiempiiiw. mensi.
. . aa 1 T
30 38 and 40 Jeflerson Street.
, M. J0NM. TNO. X. BPBKD, I. F. PKTBR8, QBO. AKTOtP. W. P. T.
Quarter of a Century in the Hardware Business.
Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants.
No. 31 Front Street, Corner ot Monroe. Memphis, Tenn.
Manufacturer of Alabama Lima,
AINU vjSALiBn ia -
crai'lt PORTLAND CEMENT,
JXUE MMISOS, RO.NElAI,K CEMENT,
TI.LE, Fl IUV, UAIK and FIRE URICK, EttT
8S FROwT mUKWJV, MEMPHIS, xkjv w. j.
IANG STAFF BUILDING,
Noa. 322 and 324 MAIN ST., - MEMPHIS, TENN.
r-wT--rr rMmimn mTlTIlT 1 1 a
nniYEiv iiTiriS. POINTS. PIPE.
COTTON AND WAGON SCALES.
EVAPORATORS AND SORGHUM MILLS.
JOHN L. MoCLELLAN.
EDWARD MOON & CO.,
GRAIN. PRODUCE, HIDES, FURS, Etc
LIBERAL ADVANCES ON C0NSK1NMENTS.
NOS. 8 and IO UNION STREET, . - . MKMl'lliw, ii..n.
JJSDRKW 8TEWAET, New Oxlaana. I AHDREW D.QWTNNBi KairpIJi
IF & GD
M 0. PKARCE. JOHN Ii. MOWUltliliAn Wl laaassss a J -mw m m - w
M.C FEARCB & Co WholesaleGrocers.Cot.Factora
Cotton Factors & Commission Llerch (s,
No. 280 FROKT STREET, MEMPHIS, TENN.
CoMon Wswhnaw-Sas.lK and l 1'nloii r..t.
Thl. mMlliln. AnmhlnM Imn with Iran TMMatila
innlca, and ia in..lulil f Dumm -ouli M
Vonirn. ami .11 who irA MHlnnUrv Htm. Ii F.n-
rli'hra .nil l'urltlia tli lllooa, nnniiair.
tli. Aiprlllr, Mrrnalhrn. 111. Muarlra aad
Nrrra in l.ct. lli.miimhl. lat(oraira.
llMr. th. onmpl.ilim, ana m..ft. Ill ..In .mnaia.
It dnMniit bl-ki.n til. twlb,oau. hMiliuiti ur
pniduo. onntii.tlon all oiltr Iron wfdmw ilo.
Una. KiJiiHUTH B.mn. 14 r"rwll Atw MUwaa
km, W awn, nnilvr tlala ol Dwa. th. imt:
" I ha uJ Brown', lnin HiUara, and It buW.il
Bior. than a dn.-t.ir to uio, liMtn. oarvd m. nf Ilia
mkni-ii ladlni li.ra In lit.. Alau cnrml mu nl l.i.
ar ihiaiiiliuiit. and now my onmiliiiin ta ciwlt aaa
food. Ha. alau iMian IwntitWial U mj chtlilraa."
Maa IH im O. KaAUKON. Ku Iiclipirt. M.T.,
ay.t I ham piif(.nwl antnld tiinwnr fnim FiwinUa
tl.niJlnl and oould ol.Um ralwi (rum noUuna
axiMipi Uniwu1. Iron UiUr."
lanulnhwlHir.Tradi aUrl and ui naaiinrad llneC
onwrapimr. Taka BO tilhrr. M.onljlir
IlliUWN IIKMU'AL 1 MALTIMUHIi. aft
!..!,.. It I
liayarkcd lor natint until ablaiacil. Writ,
or lnreotor's Uuide.
Sheriff's Sale of Groceries, Llqnor,
BY Tirtueof an order of sal to m. direct
ed, from th honorable Chancery Court
of Shelby eountr, in eaus. No. "iaS, Tbeo
dore Head ts K. Duutie et al., I will,
Oa Baturtlay, Ocloher a, 1K,
withia leiral hours, sell to the Mhel bid
ders, for eah, the stock of Orneeries, n ines,
Liquors. Fixtures, etc., of E. lluntse & Co.,
at No. 40 M..lu.m street. Baid ttnrk con
nuts of frefh iinpoited fancy r'Ods. Bids,
however, will be recoiled within the ten days
for the entire stork and fiitures, to be sub
mitted to the Court for approval or rejection.
Parties donirina to make bids will have ao
rnss to the stock hy applying to me, or I. b.
Mallory, P'l-uty Sheriff.
This the Wth dny of September. lKKn.
W. M. CASSfiN, Sheriff.
W. W. flondwin, L. A. K. Lehuian. 11. K.
Dalix, Myers i Bneed, Miller A tiilham et
Attvioeyi fvr CvmpUiaaDts.
Removed to 308 Front St.,
Ttt .n Mnnrna and Madison. Noarly
HO. 856 AND 858 FRONT STREET, ttEMFHW, TENNa,
STEWART BROTHERS & COIIFMIY
COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
NEW nnf FtHH. ihiiph w.i
SUGGS & PETTIT
KHMlal.TIi,N. T. Board on the Hill,
Mn. ii. n. Howard. 2ti Washington
i: llioa.i'". ; -
f . ..... In Manhattan lieaon,
Park. Koums larne;
convenient to ears vo -Coney
Inland. Lorn Beach and Central 1 rk .
GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS
And Commission Merchants.
20O aiul 263 JFront St., Memphis, Tenn.
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