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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL TUESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1880.
THE CRIMINAL CALENDAR.
A TV J SUN STABBED TO DEATH
ON THE STAttE OF A
St. Louis Yarletj Theater-Attempt
to Aawuslnnte a Priest Olher
Crimes and (aunallies.
St. Lncis, Mo., Outjl)bf 11. Shortly
before thi performance wm to hecin
1b! pyening Ht the AWiambra Thoa
ter, a variety ballon H. Charleistrntt,
a tc-rible double trendy w."H f nanleu
bi lurid tbe bcciihb, Jotie Martellp, a
re.tber pretty "specialty" woaian, being
8ttbheil nd instnntly killed by Frank
llamitnytir, who saved the hauinnan a
job by immediately ending bis own
ex sterc. Tho victims cf trie tiajiedv
an oaid ti bava b en husband and
f; itltasi to have occupied ttiat
TeM'on to etch other. The txact
csuse of th? mu-fler and tuHde is un
known, bat it is sappoeed to have
ben jealousy. Dariug tbe afternoon
IlHndmyeir, who was a worthless ftl
lor, bad quair?led with tbe woman.
This evening he cilltd her Iron
her priva'e dieasing room, where
she was preparing for tbe n'gnt'a
performance, into the general
!r -png room, and was heard to
Mk "Are yon going to tint," to which
ie r p id very decidedly "No." lc
tnntly llandmyer struck her witii a
knife, which wtnt to tor heart nnd cho
sauk to the floar dead, without a cry.
Tiien without movinir from his tracks
the murderer plbnitrd the weapon Jr. to
bra own heart and fell dead besido hia
Aict m. Josie Marmll vm a'.ont 30
parj of age and was well kriewn to
hepa'ronnof the ii.f ror r. ort of va
eiy theatres.
AMemiil to Ae.Hwn'iiMri n lrll.
rmRiiuiio, rA.,Octuler 11. Memo
xcitum-nt prevails among (ho Polish
residents of tho NiuUi Hide over an al
lied mtcrr pt to bsbw sinate the lie v.
Fat! cr Miakewits, who presides ever
the lit lo J'oMhIi chinch at fie head of
Fifiennih sliest. It cccu-red shout 1 1
o'clcck yes'erday uiorninp, whilo th e
priest stood te'ore tbe altar.
Mam had been said, and the
fa iter had just turned to ad-
dnss the congregation, when crash
en m a a ) ullet through a window on
the south side c,l the church, li sten
ing itself apaint the soiii wall of the
opposite s do. For a uiinute confu.lon
rc'gned in the church, women
creamed, choir hoys s'lontnl and
many of the m le treinbrj of con
gre'Ht!on either nr-'Hsod forward to
see if Fa her Miskewi'a wai injured
orruihi drut ot tho building to find
wbero tbe bullit came from, 't he
priist showed gieat coolr.es, notwl b
Branding that 'he missile mi;st have
r'imscd within six inches tf his b( dy.
f ir t ad been find a minute Kroner it
w uld have p.iBSfd th orgh 1 im. lie
turned, and with a ptsiure waved hin
fli ci to their s aU, but not all nf
tl eia.frr by this time upward' of 100
bad swarmed cut into tbe a'reet and
into the yard vi the parith bui ding
''jo'ning No trace of t he peruotrntor
of the died could be frund. There
hits been a good deal of trouble be
tw.en the aiflorent frictions in this
church in t'mo rait, the most mennt
being a long and b'.tter flght w th a
company ol hu'sus which the pastor
rt-lueid to rocognisa.
A l)e)tnrlly Iteit.
"Boutii Bknd, 1ni., October 11.
John Urmpttail,a dissolute farm lmi.d,
lately diHcha geJ from the employ ol
Mrs. O'Neil, relumed ti the fjrm to
day for his clothe. While he was in
the homo, Ida O'Neil, a handsome
girl of 17 years, came homo from
church. As she entered the houe,
Hem i stall drew a revolver and fired
tl.rt'H si o's, tach one ol which took
iC.'rt The girl will die. IteiiipHall
escaped and is now at large. Tbe
snpposed motive for the act is that
Miss Ida refused to accept bis atten
tions. Mr. Hruttlunkl's KurUor.
IIazi.bton, Pa., October 11. Tba
finding nf the murdered and ou'nged
body of Mrs Itnninpkl in the wocds
near Jeildo Ifst Saturday has cni'ed
groat excitement among the people of
that vicinity pnd a clew to the mur
derer has bnn discovfrid. A Hun
garian nmed J. 0. 'A Jd J, one of tto
vittiin's boarders, bai ):ien missing
Blnci" the horrible deed was psr, e
tiated, and be i j sii3pecled of liav:ng
'innrdrrerl the woman. X.ihliu was
Oie only person who could give
IrilorniHlion idiout tie wberMh u.H of
the womnn just before she "w.?B
misting.
All'iiiiloil llritciie of I rHia ltobliir.
Cairo, Iil., October 11.-While
being t'ksn to 'the (.bestir peuiU'i;
tinry last night the train robbers, Jell'
and Miller, were very i early rrscuei
bv a gsng t.f their friends, who bo,rd
ed t'e train a'. Coulter 8ta'ion.
Deputy Jailer F.tzgrald, however, p.it
the gang to rout alter ciptivingoue of
them. In the milee Miller was shot
in i lie arm.
J nil Itrllt vrjr.
Sai'LT Stc. Makik, Mint., October
11. At 0 o'clock yesterday evnning
while the turukiy of the Chippewa
'ounty jail was serving nipper to the
lirieoners, a break for liberty was
made. Tba prisoners aucretded in
locking up the jail and escaped, in a'.l
: probability ovr tbe boidr.
I.ohI Thrlr I.Ivm by m Fire.
Cincinnati, 0., Oet her 11. This
niomlrg between 2 and 3 o'clock Au
gust lietker'a residence and tailoring
extablisbment, at No. ti" Moore r-treet,
was discovend to be on fire. Fifteen
minutes were wasted in an attempt to
tarn in an alnrm, and by tbe time of
tbe arrival of the department the place
wai tho'oughly cleared cut. lo
searching among the remains two
dead bodi' s weie found. The? wore
tboee of Margaret l.i k, aiied GO, and
her daughter, gfd IS They occupied
ro:ms mi the tidrJ tioor and had evi
dently a isen, but bad be; n unable to
fcrce their w. y out through the smoke
end tl in CP.
DlniiNlrniK Itiillroiiil Siiilui.
t'AN ANioMn, Ti; , di'lolier 11
Oj the S uthe n Pc tic roaj, tin
mi;s wjit o be e ys'erday, two
ifeig!,t trains were travelirg wentwsrd
wli'Uthe locomotive of then gnlir train
overbt tiled the sie i d, crashing into
the c ib'.OHS r.f the lutti-r. UmuttU'tir
FJanduiB ncd Urnkcniiin Davis wire
in the cab we when the atci lent oc
currtd. Flanders jumped down an
mbankucet sud is si ru ujly injured,
ll.ii-rd wra funnd &It'. r ttte aeeith ill
ftit;vri!jly mutila'ed and pinned up
-against tie freight care. He died
-shortly a'ter being extricated. Puker
.arid I.irjil, t'je engineer and tire in an
of U.e rcgu'ar t ain, w ere both b;d:y
hurt. Toe ergino and a dozen cars ot
va'uab'e ( ri-ih w'e wncked.
IUnth uf I x-Siilor
Kkw Yoiik.O. toiier 11. Kx-Sera!or
J). I. Vule, of Fiords, died yctsterday
at Ihe Clarin ou llutel Iroru heart dii
eBe. He whs born lu the We't Indies
in 1SI'. H?ma of Hebrew fxtiac
tion, ard hi' name wrs origina'ly
X.'VidLtv!. Hi i areuts removed to
Virginia when be was young, and in
1824 they removed to Florida. He
served in Co rg re's a a delegate from
the Territory of Florida from 1X41 to
1545 utder the name of Levi. He fell
in love with a Misi Wicklin. of Ken
tnckv, and it la said thit one of tbe
condi'ionsot herergatement to him
wai tbnt hv iliouln have bis name
changed. In the convention which
Iramtd the IStste constitution of Forida
he served under tbe rams of 1 n e,
lie wai dieted to the United Ht.tes
Henste in 1815, aud served until Janu
a-y 21, 1861, when, with ether South
ern Sfnatcrs, he witbdiew. 01 tbe
Southern Senators who withdraw at
the snie time ihe only survivors low
are JfBrfrfon Uuvib and K. M. 1.
Hunter, of Virginia.
II UPSON WAY EXPEDITION.
K IPOHT Or COM W AN CK liOIl DUX
MAHISU Ir I'LAI.M
Ihat the BavlKallon or This !
Hhtrt or Wolrr I!nHr and
llnarlon,
Halifax, N. 8., October ll.-Tbe
government i teamer Alert returned to
lUliax jestirJa7 aftiinoon aftsr an
absence of nearly four month'. This
was tbe final trip of the Alert to tbe
Hudson By region, all tbe observing
stations being ( ismantled, and the ob
a-rv tr, their intt nnrn's and other
proper. y broughtto llili'ax. Cornman'
dcr Gordon savj: We sailed from Huli
fiix on June 24lh and wtnt direct to
Ntchvak itton. Oj cur arrival oil
the station the ice was so thick and
heavy that the steamer could not get
iuto the coast, so we ruibed on to the
cntrancs to the straights. Thhk log
ti.en btreet us, continuing for three or
four days, during which tho nonner
becamo eurroundid by ico and drifted
south to a uis'aace otioventy miles.
Wl en tho weatln r cleared we worked
t ) the eastward out c f the ice pick and
e'enmed up its edge to the north
s';di of the strait. Here
perfectly clo r entrance was
found. Quite different . fri.m fbe
louth tiue. whoto the ice field pre-
vent id our e try into tbe bny. No
ice waser.c un'.eted nntd Noith Bluff
was leached, and in making frcm that
point to IVggs toven or olgbt days
were occupie . At Diggs the Alert
riniainid two dayj iimkicg repairs
and receiving a general overhauling.
Oa (lie fourth day the ixpiditiun was
continued tr Churchill harbor, on tbe
weet atdo ol llufismliiy, thnt point
h ing renchid tt the end of July.
Churchill hurbor was itnveyel and
nas fiiund to bo a splendid haiboiiog
rjlace, with net Uss than four fitt of
water at low spring t do. York fac
tory was reached two days af er leav
liig Churchill. Here a Mcunnoisiance
survey wis made of the estuary of the
Nelson r.vcr, and ws found it a villain
ous p!a:re. Dining the sUy her, a
gale was experienced, and the Alert
rolled so much that her boa's banging
in their davits' would dip water
up out of ihe sea. The water wai to
shoal at such a dii tance from land
that a vo sol could he only in five
fathoms of wat r and at the same
time land could not be eigt.ted from
her deck. Tbe roadstead allords a
very unsafe ancbrrago, and Ihe chan
nel of the river is narrow and tortu
ous. On returning lo tbe strait, an
inner channel apparently affording a
mode cf sccesi clefcr thiough the strait
was dii oven d, This discovery we
regardi d as especially important, as
ttie channel might give realty en
trance intj the hay, while all the rest
tf the strait was blocked with ice.
THE CHICAGO DEFALCATION.
Looking lip III lleroril or ImU
Whal lnanHiie Agent Hoy,
Chicaoo, III., Oelober 11. Tbe
flight of Nathan M. Neeld is the only
matter talked of in financial clicleo.
The uio'e the mutter of the embezzle
ment is etined up tbe morefei sationul
it becomes. Mr. Wheeler, the presi
dent of the Continental National B ink,
saya: "So far as the liability of ilia
Board of Trade is concerned, when it
makes a house 'regular' it is generally
ciiitidered and arkn iwledgul nolia
hility whatever attaches to them. The
fimmUtinn of all b isiuosa is cotnmer
cinl integiity, and when thwe coi.di
tions ate violated or di-rupted in any
wny, as In tbe case in point, individual
losns folio iv and confidence is more or
le h shaken. But, happily, there cas s
are rate." Among the insurance a?onts
there is a new phtuo of Neeld's record,
which is being talked of among them.
Jur-t before the removal of ttio firm
her there was a lire at Indianapolis,
ar.d the irsnraui" companies paid
Iospcs agnregating $:i0O,00l). The com
pti its paid tlie lot-si s promptly, and
wllti that inr.n'y tho (i i in moved hero
After the tiro third jv.h a little mut
ttring of the men concerning the
amount of stock destroyed. Neeld
presented all llio iients with acari
jiiii, representii g a by's head w tb
large diamond eyes. Said one agent
this morning: '1 was a:wys a haintd
to wear fiat pin. ii aid the InfBss f
my company honestly, and did not
put auv faith a the few rumois that
were Hlloht at Iiulinupolip, but 1 am
dead certain that that l ouse bad been
chaned out bofrre ever that fire tc
curred." K. D Barnard, the sgsnt who placed
the iustirinc of the firm of J. C.
Ferguson A Co., at Indianapolis, de
nies the statement published, wherein
it was B'ated that some insurance
ngenti were talking now about that
tire in connection with tbolr present
troubles. "As our firm placed that
line of insurance," said Mr. Barnard,
"I feel it my duty lo correct the im
pression that baa gained ground. The
firm of J. C. F.rgusnn A Co. had their
pat king hcuss in Indianapolis de
stroyed by tiro in February, 1881,
when it was full of hog products, and
many t'erces wo e on the platform
ar.d in tbe yrd. A committee of in
surance men was appointed to adjust
the lea, every one of whom will, I
think, sav that it was an honest less,
and Hint Mr. Ncldbaudled tbe salvage
in a very stisfai:!ory manner, and
sold it to Chicago aud Cincinnati
parties at a good round figure."
Fok Tin itm. ikk and cure of tho in
H ,im million aud congestion called "a
cold In tho head," there is more po
tency in F'.ly'a Cream Balm tbau in
at vthirg ilge U in pns?ible to pro
scribe. This pr. paiatlon hue for y.ata
pant been making a brilliant succeis as
a remedy for cold in the head, catarrh
ai d bay fever. Ut'd in tho initial
s agesof these complaints Cieani Balm
vrevents any rerimis development of
the fymptoms, while alinoH nutnber
h 8s cases are on record of radical cures
of chronic cn'anh and hay fever after
all other n;o lea of treat meet have
proved of no avail.
Nrlmre of Opium n Hum Francineo.
San Francisco, Cal., October 11.
It ws learned lart night that tbe cus
tom authorities had seised a large
quantity of opium which was con
ligntd in disguise of tea to Chung,
Yick A Co., of this city, and which
c-iine over in the Belglc kst Thursday.
The value o' the opium Bolisd is f 201)0.
AS UNPRECEDENTED RUSH
OF OltDEBS FOB MERCHANDISE
AND MATtmiL
la All Branches of Trade, the Tend
ency la Prices Being Upward,
Especially in Dry Uoods.
ISPIOUL TO TUB APFKAL.1
PlIILADKLPHIA, Pa., Octobr 11
There is an unprecedented rufih ol or
ders for merchandise and material in
all branches. Prices are poioini up
ward, but as yit there bat b en no
general a'lviuce. Bjsinesi men are
appteheosive of it aid are prei a'ing
for it bv oideilng goods ahead. This
is ep(cilly tru in the dry go-ids
tnd, b'bi in lumber, iron, tteel.clo h
ing, and in general merchandise pud
mcchicery. Maay o! tho larjer ma
chine thops are sold up tiree ti four
months. Tbe mills making dress
goods, hosiery, silk, woj'en and
wcr-t:d, and tbe in i's oa worsttd
and wooUn cloth era all oversold and
overcrowdid. Twenty million prunda
ofWiaern and fcrfign wools have
been contracted for to b? do ive ed.
tnrough the fall and winter, and a
further cdvance isprobab'e. Jobbers
aie urabe to ob'aiu aupplie fast
enough. Bcot and thue nca'.iu'aiturers
are running fu 1 time here and ad
thtoug'i New Eug'aiid, and are able to
keep up. Hides wilt decline in price
an'1 lather will a lvarce.
Iron and Strel. Business is crowding
in. Bail mskeis ate gettiig $34 for
rails to be made next rpting. The
bridgs iron in kers a-e all sold op; si
of plate. Trices are strong r. Big
iron i celtings'tarce, even With a pro
duction ol l'.O.OOO tons per week. Nails
are $2 and 1.' 10; Darn, $1 1)0 una JU.
Lumber. The;e ard sufiicient eup
pliej to keep prices fr.nn advancing
much, if any. vv nits pine and yellow
cine ire pouring iuto Atlantic markets
ar.d a boh silers are handling all uf it
at steady I u'r nit higher pr ces. Hem
lock Jll 50.
Coal The Anlhra.ita combination
l as advanced prices on consumers and
w.ll c.owdtbtm h'gberyit. l)emnd
is vfry active. Butines is improving
rapidly, ai d toe cjnp.urxpt oa ill he
alieal of any former year. La t week's
returns frcm sixty railrords shows a
lurpr's'rg Increase in earning'. For
eign band and stockholders conlem
n'ate heavy rurcba'es here soon.
Tr.llli) is rapidly lucretsing. Lsrgs
quanritiej cf lailway mater, al, tails,
locomoties ar.d ta n, bejtdea lumher
have been ordered. Fiom a'l Indus-
tiial cento's reports of gieat acliviry
are received, and the thr, atening up
ward tendency in nrices is more omin
ous. Tbe producing Interests Bee to
to latr an advance, btraoge as it may
seem, and tue fighting agarnt it in all
quarters, lett oveipioduition may
swamp our industries as it did lour
yeais sgi.
Capitaliiits are. greatly encouraged.
Several syndicates havn been formed
to prom cute great enterpr Bis, also
several important tiada combinations
have been quickly fi rmea ana more
are ta ked ot. Kvory industry is pre
paring for spaeth ng to hupptn. The
ateU wheat end corn ri ports are favor-
the. Oeregl exports are moderate.
Leather experts for fight months have
fallen til and b'o s and shoe exports
have iucreABd. Larje inveitmontB
willbem-.da in the Wis: and (South
next epring. Combinatiora are now
being en endji to in Philadelphia and
rsew lo'k IrxikingtolnauB rial expun
sion and railroad extension oa a scale
of unprecedented magnitude.
It is to tbe interest i f the governing
powers of Kurope to have a conti
nental war, aid diplomacy Is playing
its tricks to that end. I.atror was
never mere generally employed and
ss a rule as well paid ai now, but
there are a million per.icim within
twenty-four boura tf tbe poorhoute
after all. The Richmond conveutlon
of Knights will strengthen the labor
movement, and the outcoma will in
time be the formation of a Labor
Congress for advis rry purposes. A
frish snd widespr ad labor ag'ta'.lon
is probable n xt spring.
Frrllil Uloekiiilo Mt rlUibnrtf.
PiTTNimnQ, Pa, October 11. Ihe
freight trt- Hiij to ttie west, or- the Penn
sylvania, Panhandle, Fort Warns and
l!a!t;m ire hii 1 Oiio roads, has in
creased to such an (itmit within the
lust few days ttm'. it has causid a
blockade. The yards are full nt loaded
cars wuiting to he niovul. Tills the
companion sre unable to do, owirg to
the scarcity of locriuo'tvcs, a con
dit'on of 1 1 lairs which 1 almost un
precedented in lmul railioul history.
The c tibials tUto ths blockids will ba
relieved to day.
A MONT 1.IIIKKAL, Of'FEKl
Tub VeLTAio Bklt Co., Marshall,
Mich., offer to send their Celebrated
Voltaic Bklts and F.ltictric Ajipli
ances on thirty days' trial to any man
atUictud with Nervous Debility, Loss of
Vitality, Manhood, etc. Illustrated
pnmphlot in sealed envelope with full
particulars, mailed free. Writo tliom
at once.
Ilmlli ol. Nrwupoprr Kno.
Wasiiinuton, Octob' r 11. Mr. Geo.
W. Adams, pieident of the Evening
War Newspaper Company, died at
his Lome in this ciry at 2 o'clock yes
terday morning.
THE s
Tlrts moillctno, o-iMrtntnn Imn with pura
roin-tnlile tonieo, quickly oiirl completely
rmnarv lllnml, ,lllwi'im,l hill, and Kctera,
,1,1 Nrurnluln.
u in an un imliny r"mix1y for Dlaoasesof the
Klrliaryr "ria l.teir.
It ta ltivlmlile r PtKHW peciitUr to
AVoifn, nml all wlio lonl iMHlcntAry livw.
It does im4 tnjnro tlwU'flh, ratine hemlmrhe.OT
pnvUicr twiRllTrattini olhr Iron mf icint tin.
ltMirlirianil purlAi tltpl)lood,tlmulatm
tlio apiwtile. a'da Hie nwlniilalin of food, rn
licni'8 llirtlini and llcli'lilng, and flremtll
mis tho iiuiaiicn and ncrvea.
For Intornilttpm Kuvem, Lasxttud, laM "t
Rnerfrr, Ac., it lias no etiual. '
Tbejri'niiinp baa above traile mark an. '
Cru;o4wfuncuii wrapiH-r. Takenootlivi.
HA,rr wmnmn turairtL co. MtTiiom, ?
Llaniiood'1;'
'.NTOtCCn. Rent-
r,l j B're. A ipttm
youiDiui imira-
dne, fiuiini Pramatur Decay, Narvoua
liability, Lint Manhood, ato., havini tried
In vain avary known remedy, baa diaooverod
a ainiile aail.pure, which he will lend FKKK
of hii lellow auflareri. Addreai
0 J. MASON,
Post Office Sox 3m. Kew 1'orkCity,
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SUGGS & PETTIT
WHOLESALE
GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS
And Commission Merchants,
200 ami SOS Front St., 71 cm phi, Tenn.
& Cotton Factors,
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Alabama Lime,
AND DEALER IN
PORTLAND CFRIEtfT,
LOUISVILLE CKMEST,
Pl.ANTt It PAKIN,
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All Cotton Covered by Insurance on Seiworthy Vessels 0
G inhouse. Sacks furnished to responsible parties.
124 and 126 POPLAR STREET, MEMPHIS.
M, 1. 800VER & CO.
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MANUFACTURERS OF
DoorM, Sash, Illintl, tloldlaKS all kinds of Door aud Wludow
Frauien, Brackets, fccroIl-IVork, Rough aud Dressed
Lumber, feulnglcs, Eatlin, Water Tauks,
All kinds ol Wood Work Executed at Short Notice.
Nos. 157 to 173 Washington street, Memphis, Tenn.
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KLEI)GEBBOS.,ofComo, Misa.
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COTTON FACTOES,
Jffos. 858 and 358 Front Street MeroyMg Tenm.
(SUCCESSORS TO HEACHAH A HORTON1
COTTON JSLCrXTFLS
Old Stand, No. 9 Union St., Memphis
JI1F0LE0X HILL, President. Tf. 5. W1LKERS03, TIce-PreBUeiil,
II. J. LYNN, Casklsr.
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HIS 1TM
BtOESI A GKSEBAL FIBS
A QUARTER OF A MILLION'DOLLARS FULL PAID CAPITAL
H. ITJRSTraSFIM, WM. I. COU , JAMES BKHXT, JOHJ tOA4l
Ofliee 19 Mail In Street, Memphta, Tenia
JNO.S. TOOF.
E. L. McfJOWAN.
oo if email m Co.
Wholesale Grocers
And Dealers in Levee
No. 374 Tront Street
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Late ol Commerce,' Mi. Late o'i Coffceville.Mia. Lato of Brooka, Neely A Co.
PLY, IEEE0I & H0BS0M
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
Cotton Factors and
334 Front Street
Cotton Factors,
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Jfo. 803 Front street, s Memfthlft.
D. MULLIK8. of late J. R. Godwin A Co.
MULLINS
Cotton Factors &Com mission Llerchanto
No. 1 Howard's Row, Cor.
aLGOCHRAN&Co
AW AID FLABIHO.MIIX, BATT-TABD.
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Molding, Lnmbc?,
Lath acd Shingles, Flooring, CeUIng and Cedar Testa,
Woods Swoope,
Buggies, "Wagons and Harness,
NANOE COTTON PRESS,
IlAiriXOSJIt GINS,
Steam EnKines, Machinery of All Descriptions,
No. 332 SECOND ST MEMPHIS TENN,
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Chickasaw hxnworks
JOUN E. EAJiDLE ft CO., PRGPS'S,
Second St. Memphis, Tennl
WUNDERS & MACHINISTS,
iUAUUIAViUUUlVU tll'f j- Mil MS a v m
ngiiies, Boilers, Mawuiills,
Bradford Corn and Wheat Mill j
Cottou Press, Cotton Of sum,
Skntling, Pnlley, .
SPt-tll AI. NO'I'ICB-We are prepared to fill order
011 nor'- notice, for the eeie rated Metlart Jl'aileiat
Wronicl.t- Fnlley. Wo carry in ftoclt orer
Two Hundred Amortad Mate,
ex band for Catulnirne and Prioe-lit.
F. S. NOKFLEET, EesIJeat Partner.
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A9D JIABI9X BDSIBBM.
J. S. McTIGHE.
W. G. PATTESON.
and Cotton Factors
and Bailroad Supplies,
Memphis. Tennessee
Commission Merchants
Memphis Tenn.
holesale Grocer,
JA8. Y0S9K. laU of J. W. Caldwell A 0
& YONQE,
Front and Union, Memphis.
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