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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15, 18S6.
I DISASTROUS COLLISION
BETWEEN
STEAMERS UN
XICHKUN.
LIKE
The Pelnh Chamberlain Sank and
Fire Lives Los Capsized
in the Gale.
SHiBvyGAtr, Wis., October 14. Tho
e'eam barge Kelah Chamberlain, ot
Cleveland, collided with an nnknoxn
Bteamer laat niarit, between 8 and 9
o clock, wlien abouttiires miles nortb
east of this p'Hee, and aank in for!;
two feet of whter. Five min are mies
inp, and lira nap a-ed t) Lave gone
down with the Chamberlain. Noth
ing is knawD of tb fate of the tin
koown Etramer. The Cbannberlaim
lelt Milwsuke jettetdiy aftruoon
and we s bound for K aoaba for i on.
bbfi hai the schooner Fayette Brawn
in tow.
Capt. Greely, of tbe lo3t (team bsrgi,
refu-es to be interviewed concerning
tbe disaater.and lus forbidden the eur
riving mexbB'B of tbe crew from
talking about it. lie says he dors net
know the name of tbe men who Ion
their live?. Tin ncfjitunates were
the geend pngireer, a fireman and
three deck hands. The Chamberlain
was etruik on thapoit bow, and wea
cnt down ti below the water line, She
imocediatcly b- gao ti sink, and Capt.
Griely ordered tbe LoatB lowered. The
five men who were lost jam pe l into
one cf the boats, when the davits
broke, and they weie dumptcd it. to
the lake and drowned. The Cham
berlain lit s nb".ut three miles east ot
Bhetioygjn I'oii-t.
Tbe Steamer Which I nlllded With
Ibe I'liHiubcrlitlu.
Milwaukee, Wis., October 14. The
captain of tbe John .Pridaeon, Jr.,
which arrived l.ere this morniu,
gives but li't o in for mutton onct rn
lug the collision. He fays the boats
enme togthf r duiing a dense fog and
heavygale, about 9 o'clock, and im
mediately g'pirjitfd. lie did not
krow the naiun of the steamer she
collided with, nor did he know any
thing concerning her faie unt'l he
arrived he:e. He crtrsed about in
tbe vicinity of tbe scene of the col
lis'on until 12 o'cloci last night, bnt
could not dinover anytbirg, so h
headrd for th s port. TtiH "quick
work" on bt ti bows of the Pridaeon
is badly crushed in, but her bull is
uninjured. embers of the Pridgeoa's
crew raw the Chamberlain's cr.njort,
the Fayetta Brown, drift off in the
daiknes) after the collision. Her jib
boom raked the side of thePiidgeou's
cabin es she drifted by.
Foundered Off Port Colborne.
Pobt Colborne, Ost., October 14
An unknown schooner, suppesed to
be a three masted vetsel. f oundere i
wben ebont thrt-e miles off this poit
this aiterncon. fche fcal juet opened
up tbe ranges and was st-aightened
away for the hnrbsr whin she disap
peared. Tbq tug Booth started im
mediately to try and pick up the
sailors. A heavy ga e was blowirg
from the fou hweat at the time.
EXTENSIVE FRIIRIE FIRES
la Indian Territory Cattle sad For
age Burned.
Sherman, Tbx., Oitiber 14. Lai
advicrs from the Indian Territory
state tbe most extensive auc destruc
tive fires ever known in that Territory
are sweeping over the prairies. Mil
lions of acres of rich g'azing lands,
which a few days ago ware coveted
with a luxuriant growth of grass, are
now buren, charrtd wnae. Tbe area
burned over extends from Vioita on
the northto Mui-loges on the south,
and on either tide of the Missouri,
Kansas and Texan radroad as fans
tbe eye cm ee. Lvge numbers of
cat le have been buried to de.th and
immense quantities of hay, baled and
loose, which wai to hava been used
for fodder during the winter, has been
destroyed, and catt'e m9u will be
obliged to drive their herd elsewhere
to save them from starvation. An
inveetigation into theorigin of tbe fire
is to be made by the Yinita Indian
Agent.
PASSENGER BATH WAR AVERTED
On tbe Boulbern Knadx 1
promise Reached.
I'om-
Citicaoo, III , Octob?r 14. T. J.
Potter, of tbH Bnrdngton railroad;
Cable, of the Rock Iiland r.iid; J. C.
Mullen, of the Alton railroad, and
A. A, Ta'mage, of the Waba-ib. rail
toad, mat here today and succeeded
in reaching a compromise, which will
avert a war on Southwestern passen
ger business. This was done by
agreeing to form a grots money pool
for three yeara on all business between
Chicago, Mt. Louis, Kansas City and
o'her cnmpatitive point?. Any road
difsa'.itfied with tbe pool, by filing
not'ee between October 1 and 10,
1887, can have the privilege of with
drawing on January 1, 1888. The one
thing which has kept the roads from
agreeing hereto! re, has been the
question of how the business was to
be divided, and this was arranged as
follows: The Wabash is to be allowed
to take as a basis its business for
any one of the yearj from 18S3 to 1885,
or the twelve months from July 1,
1885, .to June SO, 1830. The other
roads take all of tbe business for the
years 1884, 1885 and 188a, and from
tbeee an average is struck and the per
centngee awarded on the result. The
Burlington, which had interposed an
objection, agreed to report its local
basinets weft of the river. This
accomplished, the meeting adjourned
until tomorrow, wben a report will be
submitted to a general meet ng which
will be called to ratify tbe compromise.
BIBMINHIIA.H,
Tbeorlea In Regard to
Snlnlde.
ALA.
tbe Paige
ISffOUL TO TBI APPIit.l
Birmingham, Ala., October 14
The more the Paige suicide is investi
gated the less resson there is to ques
tion the moat scandalous theory of
Miss Apel's relations with Paige. There
is even suspicion that Apet wag blad
ing Paige. Among Page'sacquaintanres
there is some talk to tbe effect that be
overdoeed himself accidentally, as be
was addicted to drink, and sometimes,
it seems, for relief from its bad effects,
would lake opiates in quantities which
would have frightened pradent men.
Onr Baby's Hint Tear,"
by Marion Harland, with other valua
ble information; forty-eight page book.
Sent free on receipt of 2 cent stamp.
Address Reed A Carnrick, Mercantile
Exchange Bnilding, New York City.
Denies tbe Report.
London, October 14. Lord Iddes
le!gh author:z?e a denial ot the report
published in the Journal de St. Peten
burg of a public meeting alleged to
have baen held at Kustchat. This
report said that at tae meeting a tele
gram from Prince Alexander was wad
rnnouncing that be would r-tarn ti
Bjlga ia if flectrd. Th
ther BKid that the British Coi snl - !
vised the meeung to resist the de
mands of Russia. Tne Biitieh Coneul
at Knsti-huk reports that no such
meeting was held, and Lord Iddesleigh
is assured tka: the report in question
was a pure invention.
g
IX0XV1LLE, TENN.
Barnnm'a Clrcaa-The Pension At
polnlmenl-lbe liulverklfy
and In Niadeuta.
IcoaaiaroNDixci or tbi arpiAi.1
Kno.xvillk, Tsnn., October 14.
At the university iverything is bs-comi.-g
settled don to legulntion
and crder. ,A cont-idjiable number
cf new etudeUi have recently rfgis
tund, the whole amount of atteudaccs
now beint; about 125. The guns lava
beei e'vea out ard the nsr men ara
djily hiug tug ,t how ti handle
them. Ic ia qite amusing to notice
thi-ir many blunders
The first issua of the CA Delia tret-
cent and the I'hilo Star will appear this
week. They are prinn d monthly dur
inn tbe ten months of ecboi). 'J he
f culty was in favor of the two socie
ties uniting the r publications into
onp, but neither would agre to ihie.
One of the eraduatej of class lsati
has received the Democratic nomina-
t'on for Repns lititive from his caun
ty. While at suhosl be waj a strong
Republican.
Bannrn's circus exhibit d in th's
c;ty Saturday, Oit:bor 9th, and was
petroMzed by large crowds at each
exhibition, tvery st bemar fil'ed.
Ti.ere were penp e from North Caro
lina, is well i nearly very one with
in amdiusof twdutv-five rnilee around
Kncxville. Tbe p iticip.detroetawere
thronged. A number of arnsts were
uiaie for inioxim ti.m end fiht ng.
ALentlerran b aring the name of
Wf goner, cf Johns inCi'y, E. Tenn.,
re c lV'-d the anpo'n'maLt as United
State iPennon Ag-i t
The city achoo.'s pened September
30th. Ths new female echoi ii a fine
builJing, just con pitted, Pruf. Ruth,
suptrintendent.
HOTEL ARRIVALS.
, GnKtou'a Uotel.
Vf. H. BLNGHAM Mnuoni.
European plan. Knlurged ami r.fuiuiitasd.
Prioo aornriliDR tu tiia and loca
tion of rooms.
8 M Ilnrris, Mils SB McDaniolJiMRR
J J Kvaas, Ark A M Rjno. Mo
JCN'Xoo.Mo P Jones, Mich
A A Wmll. Klisfl K lirnwn. Ark
T II llradford if, Ala J W Wilkes, jr. Tenn
K wuaes, lenn
II T Porter. N
M McTuhe, Ark
i. Sinipton, Tonn
E T tiisson, b FKR
11 ti Parser, Ark
J Evins, Ark
J J Gvan . Ark
0 Wbite, I & M RR
T Hum Hon, lenn
J NV l'.iulf ite. Tenn
J K McKinnie, Tenn
A B Been, Tenn
Rev A U Parkkf,Tenn
II llarkinson, i'enn
K J Keith, Ark
J S Weir, Tenn
SB MoDaniol.liMRR
F t UuRin. 1 A M KB
'I. Tnvlor. Tenn
Mrs 8 Alexnnder.Fla WJ MoKee wl;io,Mich
J W L trie. Ky W It liHner, Miss
MrsU Canfi ld. Miss W II Martin, Miss
Mrs Coopwood, Mias W J Dicltern.Tenn
PIlBry-on.l'enn V 8 Moore, Tenn
0 Buchanan, lenn W J Chase, Tenn
II PtfBe, Tenn M B Jones, Tenn
W K Smith. Tenn M lermether. Tenn
J W Clark, Ark H J vontoruary, Tenn
Mrs ci Jones, ArK J A Dyer, unn
J A Wilson, Tenn M K Mirier, Miss
P Unry. Mips P H Bryson, Tenn
II Kdwards, Mn J E Breslin, Mo
W T Borham, Tonn C Jones, Mo.
Tbe New Unyoao.
FARRINQTOS, STEWART A WHITE,
PkOPailTURS.
Rates 12 50 to 84 par 'ay, according to leoa-
ucn ol ruouia.
ERHoyt, NT N M Rose, Ark
Rev M Morris, Man A C King, Tenn
II 8wino, Tenn A K Douglass, Tenn
WEl.enke.Ala AB Foster, Ala
WC King, La EH Wood, La
J M Ballinger, La A T Harris, La
H 11 Wa-bburn, no r I atnatr, flio
T Meei, lenn
C Dreylus, Kr
AT Bemis, N Y
M 1'ointer, Miss
H W Parker, Ark
V R Houston, Wo
II M Murchv, N V
II Bruton, N V
H ti Banbanki Mist
a M Buckner, N
M .1 Williams, Ala
T II MoAllistcr, Ua
M L Foley, M 0
E K Htanffer, Ind
ES Parker, Ohio
A R Perkins, Mo
B L Flojd, La
B M Kioe, Tenn
R N Hall. Tenn
P J Elkerton, Ark
L A Armstrong. Miss
IS L Kuokner, JN X
W J Draptr, Ala
B L 0ui.b.ll.la
R 11 Reese, N 0
R M !avanaugh, Ind
M L Hamilton, Ohio
B R Kent, Mo
R E Strong, Miss
N E Johnson, lenn
W D Sione, Tenn
V rl Welio, Ark
J JMoDonough, Ark E V Monroe, Ark
UTLibbv. Mo WLOsborn.Kv
J L Furnace, NT (1R Lancat-r Aw.Ni
Miss Lancaster, a AT. bimpson. N 1
(1 L Henley, M ss S Kirkuiun, Ala
Mrs McLend, Miss JF Iliguos, La
A Allen, Ua K F Dade, Miss
TBUrcjory, Miss J B Stewart, Ark
M L horuple. Ark E II Spencer, III
R W Dobson, 111 K E P.ice, Tenn
EB Potter, Tenn.
DhH' I nrnpciin Hotel.
Corner of Adams and Main streets. Rooms
50o, 75o aud (I per day ; Ameiican Plan,
ti per day.
Frt clnsitHestHUrantin the Fctel.
J. M. DUt FV (10 yours with Peaoody Uotel),
Proprftor.
R J Winn, Tenn T Pnloy, Torn
AORocke, Tenn J C Briiren, Tenn
I N Crawford, Tenn Ed Doutny, Tenn
J K Q lloway, Tenn 11 L Huff, Tenn
A Aumo, Tenn 11 Reynolds, Tonn
J N Miiuti, Venn J R Miller, Tonn
J W Alexauder.Tonn J M Wulson, Miss
A S Tate. Mibs T Roiwell, Ark
II Wenr.el , Mo J 11 Heitkell, Tenn
WIIendrson,,Miss L Kramer, Ind
D C Jackson, Tenn 8 W Smith, Tenn
A 1) (iaspey, Tex F Ott, Tenn
L Kramer, Ind W E Henderson, Miss
J Nelson, ill PM Morris, Tenn
D C Jnckson, Tenn .1 8 FieMer, Tonn
L Nullane, Tex W P Pointer, Tonn
W P Bixhop Aw, Tex L Williams, Tex
F F Boy, Tonn L D Waller, Tenn
J N Crsjo, Ala O PU.iringcr, Tenn
U E Flewce, Tenn B Mullins, Tenn
J F Wharton, Tenn C J Bell, Tenn
C C Hedrick, Ohio J M Heiskcll, Tenn
Q W Lewis. Mclntyre k Heath's Minstrels
Peabody Hotel.
C. B. OALLOWAV A CO Psorairroiu,
Rates ti 50 and f3 per day according to
siie and location of room Speoial
made ratss.
W 11 Thompson, Tenn R A Bacon, Qa
L 8 Legan, Ky L W Cherry, Tenn
H N Roane, Mo R A McNcely, Miss
I Morris, Tenn A B Foster, Mn
J H Stevison, III (I J Coolr, N Y
I Huhbert, NY WW Whitson, Tenn
WC Rodman, III F H Kidder, Mass
I F Perkins, jr, Tenn E II Harris, N i
(Jen waokey, Tenn
H 11 Priuoe, N Y
II J Lure. N Y
P Henry, Tenn
R L Johnfon, Tenn
W T Douglass, lenn
J R Sloan. Tt-nn
BF Mitchell, Ky
II Wolf. Mo
B Hopkins, N Y
J Courtney, N Y
II M Kennedy, Md
N E Levy, Mia
W H Pullen, Tenn
0 11 Ingorsnu, Tenn
F Peirce, Ky
II Wesiheiiner.tw.MisMrs (lilletpie, Miss
O W Ilreanh. Ky
J M Murphy, Ky
W Q Brown Aw, Mo
J McDonald. Mo
II R McVeigh, Ark
Robt Scott, Ind
H C Brown, Pa
T II Stuart, M
F M lluVal, Tenn
W 8 Moore. Tenn
0 W Cain. Tenn
I)r J Mitchell, Ky
J C Campbell, Miss
J C Cathcart, Miss
S Jones, Ark
N L Mir. Tex
B Kuffin.Tenn
1) Hlrsch. Ky
J Norton, Kan
J R S.'ates, Ky
O Curtis. Mo -J
B Vichell, Ark
R J Harris, Mo
K L Bailey, Conn
P R Rogers, Tenn
W Vaughn, Tenn
J Kinkuid, Ala
t! W Swoope, Ala
W J Snyder, Miss
Mrs M Morgan Ao.Ark
(1 DtgiS. lenn
W O McBride, Va
J (Jrohain, Tenn
H Pnttnn, lenn
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OF TI1E
Louisiana !Stat Lottery,
Single Ji umber, Class 4,K,"
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Rawiaa Aniham!or Conferring
With Biaiuarrk.
Bkrlik, O tjber 14. Gen. von
Sshweini c, German Amha'sador to
Rawia, who retarned here recnutly,
has had da ly Intervievrs with Ciunt
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They all must have their Sozodont.
Therb is no better coal than Ala
bama BpHnt. Office, 278 Second street.
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Approximation I'rizcH.
26141 750 61961 600 1751
26443 750 6I9'.2 6(K) 175)
2444 750 61963 500 1763
1:6445 750 61964 500 1761
26446 750 111965 SM 1756
26447 750 61966 600 1756
26448 750 01!I7 5(K) 1757
26149 750 01969 500 1 7 8
2IH50 750 61970 600 1703
1C00 Numbers endine with 42, being the
two last fluurts of the number drawing
the Capital 1'iiie ot 175000 25
arThe subscribers having supe.-vised the
SlSOt.l Nl'VBKR DlUWINO, Cl.AbS "K."
LOUISIANA bTATE LUTTEHY, herebv
certify that the above are the numbers which
were this day drawn from the 10o,(K)0 placed
in the wheel, with the priios corresponding
to them.
Witness our hands at New Orleans, La.,
this Tuesday, October 12. 1886.
J. A. E4KLY.
'. J. VILLERE
(Vice Oen. Q. T. Beauregard, ab-ent),
, Commissioners.
PrUea Canlied In lull Without Ie-diietluis.
No. 26,442 draws Capitil Prise 175,000, sold
In New York, .-'an Francisco, (ihicavo,
Jamestown, DeVota, and Plaquemine, la.
No. 61.968 draws Second Capital l'riie 125
000, sold in New York, Hoston, Mass., Haiti
more. Md., Hichmond, Va., and (Jo no. in.
No. 1759 draws Third Capital Prise JlO.dU),
(old in Han I'ranaiso, Louisville. Ky., ftlein
ph's, Toen., Mojaie, 01.. and l)eni or.,
Tex. No. 20,101 draxs (6000, sold in New
York, Chicago. Cnrthnce, N. 0., anU Mns
ooutuh, 111. No. 73 392 draws (6000, whole
sold in Nun Frncisc, L'al. Nos. 24,972,
37 569, 49,638, 07,179, 77,069 dra each 11000,
sola in few Y'ork, New irleans, Chicago,
Cinciunat', Ran Kranoisco, Detroit M en.,
Princeton, Kansas, IVininiiiic, Ind., Oirdcn,
Utah, Napoleon, Ohio, Ottawa, III , West
flold, Mass., WiluiiiK'lon, N. C, City Mills,
Mu8., t hrercpnrt, l.i., and (Spokane Fells,
Washingt.m Torr.t ry.
Drawing for lts(l-lrsnd Monthly:
November 9 Capit .l Prize J75 000, Tickets,
$6. Kxtrnordinary Quarterly: Dnoeinbor 14
Capital Priio $150, (M, Tickets, til).
The next drawinc to Oe held will he
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under tho supervision and management of
den!. U. T. It Ii, f K i:i A III snd .1. A.
EAKLY. Capital l'riie. 79.004. Whole
tickets, f5: F(tths, in i.roi.ortion.
Rom it by l'ustiil Nolo, Express Money
Order, New York Ex. hnniro or Draft on New
Orleans, oar Letters with Currency in
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r.amphlet. Chartes moderate. Open for vis
tors, June 15th. H'ulers: Alimt Vhnlytratf
and J-wsinne. R.T. WILK'lHON.Wsn'fr.
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MttHtof tUHdiHu4iH wluoli ttUiift mniliiua inim lui
ftlly uaUiMHl ly mdlwoninrwl oondiUuii uf tlift L. I V fc H
i.ir nil uutniiViiiitt of ttiln hi ml, ucta u Toriiiilaj ti(
ilio Itivur, BUitHtatiiHai, NervuiiH ynwiiat, liMltii.
tiim, IrmffuUrHyuf Uu Howwlit, llunwiptitstiu. Hatu
ienvy, KrucUiliu:. anil hurnimj ot tU httmiacli
(4niiliiu lltwtitbuni), Minim, Mularin,
ulondy Klnx, UliilU and Kttvnr, HninklMiiw Fnvtir,
Eihsvurition bulor or alUtr Kevurv, iJhnmtd l)nr-
ruina, Lrm of Apitotii, umuauim, rui Bmnn,
Immulnr tie iii(jidoUl tu HnniaJ
down J'ain-, Bfwkwih, lo., Aa. BT
U R AN T ll m (nvaluai) . u i
r all tliH4.;-M, IhH will CURK all
e LIVEK, STOMACH and BO
alfnt, llttaiiifl-TAblCER'tt
tot aiiauin
d I sun sea u'
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81 OWAvrl anu BUf,uo,
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STADICER'8 AURANTII
16 r snlo l all I)nisrsMa. Price (1.00 per bottls.
C. F. STADICER, Proprietor,
140 SO. FRONT ST.. Phlladslphla, Pa.
u A nn mil Meei lug of Stockholder.
Orrrot or Mpmphih aan Charmhtok)
ItAll.SOlO Co., 10 Wti.i, Sthkrt,
Mew J ork, October 6, WW.j
NOTK'E is berebydven thntthe Atinnwl
Melluic of the Htockholders ol the
Miiiiilsi Mini 4 iiarlrxliin Jtallr al
t iiiiiiy will beheld at the ollioe of the
cmnpany, at Hiintlrle, A'a., o.i
Ihuoilny, i lie lliii d.j of Nuvrni
ber, IHSB.
The trsnstcr books of the company will ro-
main ninseil Iroin tictotjer UlU lo JMovsinner
lltl) both inclusive.
L. M. PCHWAN. Seorotiry.
The agents of the several stations will fur
nish stockholders with free tickets to and
from tho meeting-.
it. 0. WILTON, Treasurer.
KXTUAOT
nil in
A NATURAL TONIC
AH4 iron Karth. I
IJiiW Mah. I
m J SOT A
m llliMta
Trails fit h r .
ALCOHOL
PLEASANT T0j!1t .
THE GREAT BLOC'J Pl.:."":i;
For Df lepla,nll ilrras. mruu
Of the Dlioatlve Orjani anil the
filTOP.Bkln Dlaonaea. t'ule, lluroa,
ealda and Hrulaea. ACIO IKON
E A It I'll Is a specific.
Rheumatism, Malarial D!sor
dens. Chronic Diarrhoea and obm
tlnate enses of Illood Polaonlaf,
yield wlthonl fall ! Its wonder
tnl ctarasltro posarsr.
Atah lo freo fatoirklot. ta o stad
of tall dsalsra or seat, psMtoaUsl,
from tho A. I. K. Vo m9sllo, Ala.
PRICE, fTftt CENTS.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUQQISTS.
At Wholfaaln by TA5Tf,FET& CO.
WANTPil AttKNT'B.Men and Women.
n CU to sell "TIIK CIIILO H
BIB LP." Introdnotloa by Her. J . 11. Vln
eent, D.O. One arent has sold ro In a town
of 674 people I one 73 In a Tlllaie of 704 1 one
new stent Bft in 10 daysi one 6 two succes
sive weeks one 40 in I days at two different
times. JCxpertenoe not necessary. Address
CAM ELL k 00. (L't'd.)
n Drl)Ofn r.t Ohtcsao.
Among the Northern Laker.
of Wisconsin, Minnesota and lows, are hun
dreds of delightful places where one can past
the summer months in quiet rest and enjoy
ment, and return home at the end of the
heated term completely rejuvenated. Eaoa
recurrina season brinirs to Ononomowoo,
W aukesha, Beaver Dam, Frontenac, Oko
boji, Minnetonka, White Bear, and Innu
merable other charrolni localities with ro
mantic names, thousands of our best peonie
whose winter homes arson either side of Ma
son and Dixon's line. Kiexance and com
fort, at a moderate cost, oan be readily ob
tained. A list of summer homes, with all
necessary inlorma inn pertaining thereto, ii
being distributed by the CHtniuo, MiuwiO
xsa ikd bT. Fadl IUilwat, and will be sen
free upon application by letter to A. V,
Carpenter. General Passer ger Agent, M 1
waukee, Wis.
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ilutual Life Insurance Cd.
or NEW YORK.
KICIIAItli A. M'CI'KHY, rrtsldt nt.
;The Largest, Strongest auCheapost Company in the W orld. !
OFFICE NO. 2 COTTON EXCIUNGE
JOHN F. W1LKEUSON, Affont.
. A. GAGE & CO.
Cotton IPaLotoiro,
9To. SOO Front Ntr?!, : Mminhift. Tenn
LIVERMORE PUUNDKY AND MACHINE COMPAItY.
FOUNDRY & MACHINE DKrr,ll()to 174 .Idams Nt., HnmphiD
I roa asid
Braaa
Castlairs,
'a .xft.
Bar Iron,
Holler lr
04i. ftansl
Haw-Mllla, s',. , .lrSi 'ifSSawVlWr fA? ata.
Worh, '"lal-ilEWWt ' V:
UrU.rHl iT!F"Ji5lfc$ ltalla.sor.rSB
IKON & RAILWAY HUlTJil 1)EL"T, 226' and 228 Setond Nf.
tSnccessors In this lepartment to J0IIM VANUOUK.)
srarWrlte n for In form at Inn on ANY TIIINd in Kl)r line
iasH5tSBK5
iari'T a in t!.
Manufacturer's Afonts lor
Jfiiiilt-I rrait Colloii JIim,
FEKDERS AND CON DESK KRS,
AND
nmiij:y, Mmrn a- .,
Manufacturers of
l'ra KellMiv Under Ulna, l
rtt Hint vtn tiepnlrera,
OH to 104 iVipliir HI., .If 0.111,0 In.
na'l'ratt Kevolving-llesd (11ns one
guiled. block now complete. Prices
reduced. Correspondence ana oruers
olinited. Uld (tins Kepalred in Kirst
lasi.rd . All work guaranteed.
1. 1 . FAKtASOR.
o. o. Him.
R. A. FARKIft.
. L. W00SIl
j. T. FARGASH I GO,
llsolfissls Grocers & Cotton Factorr,
Trout StrtMut, MesnMti, Tenu.
Oettea eeaslgaeg te ll will have ear eareful atUatlon. We sarry at all Mast a wU-
geleeted stook ol
Stipla & Fancy Groceries, Wines, Liquors Jcbceo& Cl.m,
tail will lt m t.nw a. She IowhI
W. T IKMVimF-
N. P. lIOH UHi:,
BOWDBB 3R0SA Co
COTTON BlAOTOKS,
31 ami 36 MnliNon Mt., : Mempli, T t.
A. TACCARO fe Co
i.na-33
WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS,
Nos. 2T8 AND 280 FRONT STREET. MEMPHIS.
. m V . nil . fB
J. 1 . uariini'Di
Late J. I. LaPrade k Co
JOHN MoflRATII,
Late with J. X. Lal'rado k Co
LaPRADEJcGRATH&Co
COTTON FIGTOES
No. 301 Front street, : Memphis, Tenn.
mr Having retlr.d from the Baddl.rT and llares beslness and 0fie"l"
mi are pieced to announce to our fnends and the public konerully th.it wo erp now preiMiretl
" serv. them in our new eapacitv. Koturn.ng thank, for the very lib- a I
tended us in the old line. w. trust io merit and rec.iv. a f "f-K A I K. Mrll. aI"i
xssai ssa iMt jfHtK
s0 1 lutoaliii J!if ten ;'-mH
Cotton Factors, Wkolesdo Srocsrs, .
Jim. 11 Union Htret. ; Tty.ihlai, Tew
W. A. HMITII, Proprietor.
AYEIIY GIN CO.
MiiirrAirrvBii or
Feedera.Ooudeua'ri
W. A. Niuilk'M Vat. Seimrntor.
AQKNT
Englo Eclipse liullcr (J Ins,
l'lalD lU-luiU Win, no I
d ''- SOUTH ERN HTAN DABD PBEM.
JfJLh.Kj', IfTrrViif it-fiS Pries at Faetorr. and IO.
K;iv'v4 iiti p: ALLISON S-Elb CUT I ON CLEASERS,
v--i.--s ' iiJ- - trAU kinds ofOlns Repaired. Special
mBi-f CL .1.-, 1), I In th lrilo.-S
Uiscouutto the lraiie.-a
8BI anal front ail., Memithla, Tesisa
M. 0. PBARCK.
JOHN L. MoCLELLAN.
M.O,FEAR)E & Co
Coitori Factors & Commission Kerch' s,
No. 280 mOMT STREET, MEMPHIS, TENN.
Cottoa Warobosie-'of.lt and 0 Vnlosi Street.
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