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MEMPIIIS DAILY APPEAJj FRIDAY, OCTOBER
15,
ITO1SG MMM
AT
CI5CI5XATI OYER THE
MAINS OF T1IE
EE-
Late CWef Jastlce Cbase-Ai Affect
Id; Speech by Ex-Got, Hoa4
lej Incident.
I6C50, to D. F. etont, Dabaque, la.;
Melrose. 14050. McKen A A damp,
Terra Hants, Ind ; Maggie Wilkes,
$3500, J. H. Schulir, Brooklyn; Ma
tilda, $3300, J. 1. Uaue, Ksclue, wis.;
Pacille, f.ViOO, David L l'orter, New
lie a lord, ind. XDe Bale win ue con-
tiaued tomorrow.
B0LITAR COUNTY, MISS.
Cikcihhati, O., October 14. The
special tiaio bearing the remains o(
Cbief Justice Cbaae and the commit
tee and others who are to attend the
ceremonies here today arrived this
morning at 9 o'clock over the Cincin
nati, Wt-ehlnRton and lialitmore rail
road. Ucder the arrangement made
Viv a local Committee of Arrange
ments, of which Mayor Smith is
chairman, the naity was met at the
denot and a ccrteee frim1 ti escort
the remains to Mns'c Hall. Toe
weather, which has lein fine for
.1 .... V. nra mm InvmB with TBI II
last night, but by the time the cortege
begin to form the clouds had partly
broken avav and a warm October sun
wu ahintnerthroush the onrifled air.
Thara wia a respectful gathering of
neoDla about the Grand Central pae
eenRer aUtion anxious in that way to
testify their regard for the dis
tinguitb?d dead. A platoon of
police prevented encrraobmenta uron
4 Via niM rBBI ved for tbe orderly
formation of the cortege. This
waa f.,rmed with the first carriage
containing GoY.Foraker, Mayor Amos
Smith. Attorney General J. A. Kohly
anH Mn, at Halstead. The second car
iontined the membeis of tbe
Cjurt of the Stale, the lions,
T. F. Minshail, M. D. Vollett, Selwyn
n.ona and W. T'Hrjear. Tbe third
waa ocennied bv the Hon. Alfonso
Taft. tbe Hon. A. F. Perry, tbe Hon
t V Vnrra and the lion. IV
OrnPfihirk. The fourth, fifth and
ivtii rair aorpg contained represent
tivfcs of tbe Kar Association and of the
nhimtur of Commerce of O.nciontiti.
Arrivirgat Music Hall, the cacket
waa bnrne do n the center aisle an
niarAd on two columns rtatins on
nUtform in front of the center of the
staee. and the seven colored pa'l bear
ers aat down on eitber side of tbe re
mains as a guard of honor. The hall
was appropriately draped. The stage
was reserved for tbe epeakeis and tne
diBtingu'bhed invited guests. The
hall was well filled with members cf
tbe Grand Army of tbe Republic
posts, who came in organized bodies,
and by ntber ladies and gentlemen.
Mtny elderly persons were observed
in the bail. A simple floral design
in white, representing a cross, a
wreath and an anchor, was tbe only
ornament about tbe caeket. Ab Mrs.
Kathnlne Chase Bprague, with the
party in company with her, entered
the hall and pasted down the center
aisle, the great organ Bounded a funeral
composition. At its conclusion (he
Hon. Becj. Bulterworth made a brief
address,tnsferring tbe remains to the
' State of Ohio. closW by committing
to Qov. Foiukt-r the casket containing
tbe distinguished
1BOBOI UD KEORGAXIZATIONOr
THE DKMOCKAHC PARTY,
Willi View fa Bern Hoc Hood Gov.
er.inent and Preventing rail an
and IndcpeadcBt Tickets.
THE CRI3ILV AL CALENDAR.
A WIFE MUKDEKEE TAKES F0X
JAIL AND HASHED.
Mrs. Howe, the Boston Banker, Re
cently Keleased From Prisan,
Cp to Her Old Tricks.
i all that remains of
citizen of Ohio. Uov. Foraker. in ao
ceptlrg the cacred trust for tbe Slate,
reid the entire SUte of Ohio felt hon
ored by this day's proceedings. The
Governor then paid a tiibute to the
memory of the dead jurist, Prayer
was then offered by tbe Rv. Dr.
John Hall, of New York. This was
followed by the Chorus of Ange's."
Ex-Gov. Htadly ora'lon ws not,
a3 he said, the work of a historian or
a critic, but only the eulogy oi a loving
' disciple. It was delivered with a ttn
derneea which at titnis was tinged
with deep feeling. Tbe choir then
tang "Prayer."
Justice Stanley Matthews, of the
United Slates Supreme Couit, in
making tbe closing address, said he
could add nothing to the picture which
had been drawn of the witness and
public services cf Salmon P. Chase,
and only spoke because in his youth
be bad fallen under the spoil and In
fluence of Mr. Uhaie, and had ever
ince been his follower and his friend.
James E. Murdoch, the veteran
tragedian, recited a poem by W. D.
Gallagher, and after a bonediction,
the remains were carried to Spring
Grove Cemetery, where they were
. committed to reft in the family lot.
JACKSON, TKHN.
Harrlag r Ulna Willie N. Ela to
Mr. D. I.. Brown.
The Democrats of Bolivar county,
Mississippi, held a mats meeting ou
the 4th instant, at Kocedale, for the
purpose ot reorganize lor imure can
ves is. From the Hoaedale Leader, of
tbe 8th initatt, we learn that tbe con
vention was d Blinjfuiabea lor iij
positive att tude. lis resolutions show
no, vacillation, no tampertr g wun
principles, no sitting on tbe fence
watting tor wnat migbt turu up. i
was ttannch, determined and in
flexible. Just a drop of "fusion ' wis
admitted, but that wai tbe exception
that proves the rule. The Hon. wai
ter Siilera was elected chairman, and
after the preliminary bos near , whiun
wai transacted harmoniously, and tbe
appointment of the Executive Com
mittee for the coming year were at
tanded to. the Committee on Resolu
tions, bv tbe band cf Mr. Charles
Scott, presented the address it bad
prepared, which was unani
mously adontcd. After de
claring unaltsrably loyalty to the
Demouratic partv. in vary atrona
irmi "all linldnendent movements"
are denrecaled and condemned, and
It is impressed upon the while voten
and intelligence of the coun'y that
concert of viewa and "patient submie
Inn tnnartv disciDlice" are necer-eary,
Past difference ma t be put aside aud
forgotten, for harmony and onion, tbe
onlv means by which cau be secured
"that supremacy so necessary for the
public good." Would-hs leaders and
cartv diaorganizers must be discount
ttinanced. thev lead as'.iav the voters.
The welfare of the cauniy Mages
"anon the domination of tho Demo
craiic party, whoee ranki are coinposod
of the virtue, the inte ligence, and tbe
bone and sinew of tbe while voters of
tbeSia'e. It is not only their tight
but their lacred dutv to lead." io
lead there most be tfllciont organiza
tion, which is ' to be upheld at an
hflziulR bv every (rood citizen subor
dinutina to this eud. if nesd be, ail
personal preferences aid (elfish aims
The disoraaulzation of the past has die
appeared, and tbe improved
finances of the county Bhow
tha rasulL Viclorr has betn
snatched from the very jsws of defra',
and with concert of action t ucceaa i
certain. To this end strict party dis
cinline muBt be maibtitined. While
inaistins unoa "our r;ght to a poten
tial and controlling voice in all public
ail'air. vet we believe tbnt tbe Le-tt
Interests of the couotrv will be tub
served by cultivating kinlnesiand
fiiendlr relations with cur cjlored
citizens. Therefore," the address t ro
ceeds, "we favor a fusion arraafcement
with the Republicans lor a mcjoniy
of Democrats on the Board of on:
visors." Tbe address is very torcibe
and the writer baa placed under quo
tation marks some of its more ttriking
expressions.
Monticbxlo, Jll., Oatober 14. At 1
o'clock ihs morning about SOOdis
guieed men ovirowernd the ShenrT
aLd iiroke into the jad aqd to. k
thertfiom Henry WildmBn, the wife
murderer, and hanged him to a small
ehade tree near the j dl. After hang
log him they then shot him e'eveu
timoa to make eure of their woik.
Tr e mob waa well organized, luey
1
sun
uft his body bagging and it waa not
cut down un 11 6 o'cl' ck, f er the ai-
riel r I the coroner. Tbe men Heeaiea
grettly etraged, and were qu.te pr;-
losi lu tneir uss oi pronnny. Trim
man's body will be intrred tomorrow.
Wiidmau cut his wife's th oson the
3d of July la t nef r Ataojd, 11'., and
I as been In 41 here since uu niue.
Hra. Huwr, of Bank Fame.
Boston, 'Mass., October 14 Mr.
Sarh E. Howe, who waa released
finm tirisnn a vear or two ago alter
serving three years, fcrBWindaughun-
rirai nl r.nnnl.i nutol ttlOHSHnat ni
dollars by her notorious Woman's
Bank, is again workirgher old game
here. A low months ago abe and a
rtnlleaaue rented the largo htusa at
No. 132 Weit Newton s.reer, wtiere
thev have ucain started ihe lamoua
hunk, icisron on mu o:uryaiu,
vxr-nnt that thev take cn depcait no
m lets than iOO, and p.omwe per
ni t. tn'er. t a month lns'eail OI o.
Tn a woman from Kif.erv that wanted
tidenoeit$200. Mrs Howe eaid tnbi
aha had all tor old cuBtcmws back
aga'nacd was dcing a la-gnr tusinusB
thrin ever, bite npiaiueu tJai iuty
had do circalara or piint-jd puticulara
to e ve viiitors and did not advoit se
in the neWHpapcH. The patroi s were
a'l private cus omers nd her cirdu
weie Bnliiclenr. inx ponce ui.va ub.-u
informed that Mia. Howe is at her old
tricks aud are now at wo k on tbe
matter. It is probable thai.wi.hin a
week this swindler will again be
lodged behind thn lura.
A Daring Bobbery la Broad Way-
Ashland. Win. October 14. Two
men ei-tared Wi niartti's bank at this
pla e about 10 n'olnck lhiB morning,
and compelled Mr. Wilmar h to enter
the vault at the point of their re
volvere. While he ws in the vault
the robbers secured $1C00 in ca-h
from a snail safe and made their es
cape. J tie ponce anu a peg je oi cm-
sens are on ttie tracs ei mert uoure,
who took to tbe woods.
looaaiBPoaniaoa or tbi arpiii..l
Jackson. Tknn . Ojtobor 13. The
marriage of Mr. 1). L, Brown to Mies
Willie N. Eetts.laat night, both of
this city, was a happy Klluir. It took
place at the Contra! Baptiet Church,
which wb beautifully decorated for
the cccusion, the paitor, Rev. Frederic
Howard, D.D., Ltllciatiiig in an im
prcsH.ve rnxnuer. During the cere
mony the bridal pair Blood under a
large floral arch. The audience over
flowed the bouse. The groomsmen
were tbe well known gonllemen,
Meters. McLaren and Mathews. Me-
Glohn and Shelton, who ae In de
mand for these occasions. After the
ceremony a bounteous banquet ws
enjoyed by inviied gueBts at the resi
dence of Dr. E. M. Durochttr, tbe
bride's stepfather. The brido and
sroomleft for a Western tour today.
Businejs is brisk and the ArrxAL is
In demand.
FROM MEXICO.
Reported Aaaaulaatloai ofEz-Praal
deal Uonaalra Flaaa Father-li-Uw
aildnapped.
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''mailed free to all who apply. It should be
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G inhouse. Sacks furnished to responsmie panics.
124 and 126 POPMli STREET, MEMPHIS-
JI8$0&1TTIOSr NOTICE. '
BY MTJTTJAIi CONSENT, tho firm of AUtoa, Orowell Co. Ii thl dy rtlMolved, TS. W.
Cronoll retirinz. lbs reoiaiuina partners, P. IS. Alston and 11. 11. Mauri, will ron
tinuo the buiineti at the old nsnd, corner Front and Union itraetl, (uming til liabilitiel
andoolleotincall outstanding aooounti. K. W. CBOWICLL.
P. S. ALSTON.
Memphlf.Tenn., September 1,1886. . H. H. MAURY.
arOn retiring m aiove. I beapenlt for my inooMiori a eontinaation of the liberal patron
ait heretofore extended the old firm. E. W. CHOWELL.
NEW FIRM.
ALSTON, MAURY & CO.
J. C. NEELY.
S. H. BROOKS.
H. M. NEELY.
WHOLESALE
GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS,
And Commission Merchants,
So. 367 Front Street, : Memphis, Temi.
UI IN ID MACHINE C
Steam Enarlnes, Boilers and Tank Work, Cotton Gins, Cottoi
and Tlantation Work,
AND DEALERS IN
Corn aEtmdL iSetw
(-We have th LARGEST WORKS of the kind In the United States, and will meet
piioea for lame quality of work. Send for Catalogue, Prioe-Lista
and 'Iestimomale.t
aole patron of good ttoverumont in our
midst, the only present hepa of our
El Faso, Tut,. October 14. A re
port is in circulation here to tbe t fleet
that Ez-Piesident Oorwles, of Mex
ico, has been as-asinatfld in tbe in
terior, but aa the exnet location of tbe
place where the cime la supposed to
have occurred cannot be ascoertained
therepntia received with consider
able doubt. Olhor Btartlins rumors
are afl)at to tbe effect that the Mexi
can Government is agftiu etrugg'inx to
npprens an inauriection mnvinient.
A Mexictn oflio al enid tb's afternoon
that he had positive information that
over twsnty poraons bai juit baeu
shot at Tieauillo, a (own in the State
of Zica'ecaa, by order of tl e Mexican
Government. The ofllcer also raid be
had heard a rumnr that Kotr.croltubko,
Minis'er of the Interior and father-in-law
of PreB'.duntDin, had disappeared
while out riding in the aubutbs of the
City of Mexico, and that he wjb sup
posed to have been kidnapped by iu
turgeuta. A
Reotl'a EiualeUn.
Of pare Cod Liver Oil, vrlth Hypo-
Jihoephitee, is a most valuable ramady
or consumption, scrofula, waiting die
eves of children, colds and chronic
coughs, and in all conditions w here
there is a loss of uVetti, a Inck of norve
power and a general debility of tbe
8y8tem.
Tbe Vlendale Male ot II ore.
LociSTiu.it, Ky , October 14. The
Glendale sale of blooded tro'U rivas
continued today. Attendance fair,
bidding biisk. l if y-six head were
aold for $1)4,000, aveiaKiuK if 1077 per
head. The following are jme of the
xnoie important tal e: Nora Wilkes,
The Concordia Beeoliitlona
The followins resolutionp, adop'ed
at a rnasi meeting held at Concoruia a
week before lor tne purpose oi elect
ina dfllesates to the Ito.-edale Conven
tion, fully and fairly represent the
spirit and purpose of the Democrats of
noil var couutv:
Whsrbas, The people demand tbe
efleciive reoriranir.Uion ol tbe Damo
cratio party in Bolivar county, and
that in future tne candidacy oi utmo
orata for county otllces shall depend
nnon the will and action of a con van
tlun of the party ; that there haa been
enough ot tbe personal politics wnicn
has sorely iiuictod us in tne pasr
wherebv. throuirh the dissensions o:
Demcciatp, the negro became sole urn
ire in our Real politics; tueroiore
Bit
liewtved, Tlmt we, tbe Domocrats of
tbe Becond Beat of llonvar couaty,
hail with delight this movement and
now fervontlv renew our pledges oi
fealtv to the Democratic party, aa not
only tbe party of our choice but the
civilization. . lis it (ur her
Ketulved, That it is our common in
tnrtBt that all the antagonisms horfto
fore existing between factions of the
party in this county should be forgot
len now and utterly ignored in future,
so that, at peace among ourselves, we
may be able to present a solid front in
the mission of use fulness which llts
before us. l!a It further
Rrtotrtd, Tbnt while wo condemn
the principle of luaion tickot", we
think it evinces kind feeling for tbe
negro, and Is, perhaps, wise that some
of the county otllces ahould bB tilled
by members of that race, provided
always tbe negro candidate isqunlitled
to dincharge the duties of the ofllceto
which he aspire", of good character,
and that his candidacy meets with
the expreta app'oval of the Demo
cratic hxecutiveGomraltteo or a Dem
ocratic Convention of the county, as
the case maybe, but not otherwise.
Be it further
Jittohtd, That in behalf of the intel
ligence and property of the county we
demand that hereafter the otllces of
member of the Board of Supervisors
shall only be filled by Intelligent white
men, whose pecuniary interest aud
residence identity them with the wel
fare of the county, its it mriner
Jietolved, That we demand in future
that all difTtfrences within the party
shall be settled by a convention of the
party, called and held in the usual
maimer; that wo dmoanre, as tub
vtrdve of public morals as well aa pub
lic welfare, all independent candidates,
wherebv oppoa'na whi'e n en apnea1
to the negro to determine their aspira
tions for cllire, aud that the principles
of these resolutions shall control the
action of the dologatts (elected here
today in the CDiivention to be held at
Robi dale, as well as the members of
of the Executive Caimiitee from this
beat, whoever they may be.
Ordered In Prepare fur War.
London, October 14. The Atabian
paper, Afrit, in informed from Mago
wah that the King of Abyslnnia has
ordered his vessels to prepare for war.
A DruffittHi'a Mory.
Mr. Isaac C. Chapman, dm
Newbura. N. Y.. writes ua;
for the past ten yearn soiu several
gross nl Dr. William Hall's Balsam for
the Lung". I can say of it what I
cannot aay of any other medicine, I
have never heard a customer spvak of
it but to praise its virtues in tbe high
est manner. I have recommended it
in a great many cases of whooping
cough, with the happiest eflocta. I
have untd it in my own family for
many yeo.rs; In fact, always have a
lxttle In tho medicine cloeet ready tor
use,"
dot Oir Too Cnenp.
Kamkakbb. Ill , Oc'ob r 14. Harry
God, formerly of Chicago, was ten-
fncfd this morning torerveino yours
in the penitentiary for bigtmy. Thien
wives, with their children, appeared
ogtiinst tim on the trial.
Canceled t ltjr Sonde Dub Up.
Nw York, October 14. Workmen
who were dipging in Kearney town
ship, near Newark, N. J., yesterday,
due ered a strong vox Dunou uuutr
rnund. It was lound to coma'n
30.000 of canceled bonds of Kearney
townshl p. About tea years ago Charlt s
Bmitb, the Townnhip lreaenrer,
wasacciiRea oi roooing ine wwucuip
of $.'5,000. He declared he refunded
$26,000 worth of b nds, but the can
celed recorities bad been itoleo from
his offiie. Proceedings weie begun
agtinst him, but they were discsn
turned. An invtttigation wid be
mi ili. It is exDacted that Smi h will
be exonerated lrorn tbe charges made
againBS him.
Acquitted on third Trial.
Cleveland, O., October 14. Perry
Harrington, a farmer living in Ashta
bula otiunty, waa murJered two yettrs
sg L..U18 Webster, a young maD,
was arrrs;ed for the crime, and ou two
tria's wab ronvic ed cf murder in the
firBt dcirree and eentenced to be
hanged in both c s?fl. In the third
trial, which was held iu Trumbull
tonuiy, the j ary hes juat biouht in a
Vf relict of not ouipv.
DOES A GENERAL FIRE & MARINE BUSINESS.
Ifflr Country Stores, Dwellings and Glulionses a specially,
t&" tosHcs Adjusted Promptly, and Paid at Memphis.
DYSPEPSIA
1. . rlaTMrnmim am wiU u dial riwinit ontiiplaint. II
iaiwla l.w lintininiiaT llUtTlttOU. Blld d(r-
ihn tnun uf til
tW lUpitl Duclmr),
i bhUul, to propare Lite way
Qutflkly and 0OTOT.ltly
H fonotv llenrthiirn.
Food Ho. It nrioua and punneii Uw hlood.ntlmu-
iMm uib aniMtiK and aiua tita aiwimuaiiuo ui looa.
Kkt. J, T KtuiTKH, thn tiononid paatur of Um
lnrt Kforaietl Uliuroa. BaUimar, Ma.,ay:
Having uiwhI BrowTi'i lnm Uiitfini fur Dyii'wpttia
itoo 1 tan great pjaaaur in rruoui
htjthly. A Ino ooniudr It a ipleudiU tuuio
hi invur
Hon. aloi
tnUm 0.
THE
EST TONIC
1 tire OyHUrpnln. to all
ma i
i .lam tl
Klmt Ktfonnl OUurcta. Balttmor, Md.,ay:
mandii
ajul In!
wttor, and Ttrj alrfmittheniiifr
and IndiMtton I taka ffraa plaaaura In rmjom
nm n outaij. a ino wnwur n a ii
ivuritor. and rrrr a(rnatbniI1a.,,
Hon. Jobkpii U. Hdit. Jiuta-a uf Olwmlt Omirt.
Oltntttn U . InH . aava: " I Ihmu moat ohanrful ImiI-
fiony to tlia e(fioaiy of Bruwu'a Irun Bittvra for
rmxlwU. and aa a tonto "
tianiim baa abova Tnuta Mark and enwaad rd Unas
onwramM'r in it ft no tttBi'r ihiuIa imiy hv
VUUVt $ L1.EM1CAL t O.. UALT1UOKI-; Ml
SICK HEADACHE.
BILIOUSNESS
druggist,
"1 have
CONSTIPATION
And DYSPEPSIA
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DR. C. LIcLAIJE'S
CKLKBRATEO
LIVER FILLS
PREPARED BY
FLEMING BROS.
FITTtiBUaU FA.
BB BURR YOU OUT THE QF.NUISE. las
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' 3SO Second Street, Kemphla.
..mcmilU TTTTVPS
AtAROH AND COMPLETE BTOOK OF rLUMBMa, ao 5"."""flt0V., Kt
Material!. Pamp. DriTe Weill. Iron. Lead and atone Pipe. Qai Fixturei. Ulor.e. ate
W1TMM1M0.
Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants.
No. 314 Frf nt Street. Corner ot Monroe. MemphK Tenn.
ANDKBW 8TBWABT, Naw OrlMUU. I ANDREW D. QWTOTB Maw fUl
STEIRT, BKIISEi CO.,
WholesaleGrocers, CoiFactors
HO.SO AMD 858 FBOWT STBEET, HFJtPHIS,
STE17ART BROTmilS & C0IIPM3I
COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MiRCHANTS,
WFw nm.r.rw. tttisi n.' ,
Chickasaw Ircuworks
JOHN E. HANDLE & CO., FF.OPR'S,
i I x v s eeona at. xaempiuia, A-r .
? W)pU3fDERS & MACHINISTS,.'
iiKluvs, Boilers, Swlu1I1i,
Bradford Corn and Hhti J&IU ..
Cotton Jt'reos, Cotton ixktu.
Shading, l'nllei a u.
8PKCIAI. HOXICB-Wo are prepared to fill order! ;
ot!oori notioe, for the eele. rated MelBrt VnlenD
Wronatai.4.u rulley. We oarrr in itook over
Two Hundred Aioortod .vtft.
bjt Send for Catalocae and Priee-Ht.
SLEDGE BB03., of Coms.MIiS. r.M.ROEFLEET.BeBWentParteer.
COTTON FACTORS,
Hog. 386 and 358 Front Street Memphis Tenm.
(BtTCOXSSORS TO MEACHAM at HOBTOIP
OM Stand, No. 0 Union St., Metnplifo.
SAFOLE0H HILL, FresideaU W. H. TflLKLESOa, TIc-rrUe av
Memphis City Fire & Geu'l Ins. Cl
pia a sxBKBAi. rraa asb mluu. nutans. 1'
A QUARTER OF A KtlLLION'DOLLARS FULL PAID CAPITAL
DIHBOTOHHil
WM. I. COLL. JAMM SHUT.
JOBTT LOAMEB
iU , .1,
'""raStTiLD. " dT'. MTim if. d. biihil
Olllee 19 Haitlaan Street, Mempliia, Teiiti
JN0.S.T00F. E. I.. McQOWAN. J. S. McTIQHE. W. G. PATTES0N.
fjlciowaa & Co.
Wholesale Grocers and Cotton Factors
And Dealers In Iievee and Bailroad Snpplies,
TTot 974 Front Street Memphis. Tennessee.
D. W. FLY.
Lata ol Commerce! Mi
P. B. nKRKON.
Late ot Coffeeville. Miss.
SAM HOBSON. .
Late of Brooks, Neely ft Co.
PLY. HERROH &
III
mi GRQGFifiS,
Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants
324 Front Street Memphis Text"-
Fuller, f horntoi I Co
Cotton Factors, Wholesale Grocers,
Ho. 80 Front afreet, s Memphis, Temv
L. P. MULLINS. of lata J. R. eodwln ft Co. JAB. TONS, late of J. WCaldw.U ft C
MULLIWS & YONGB,
Cotton Factors fitCorn mission t.lerchanb
No. 1 Howard's Row. Cir. Front and Pnlon. IgffnipnfB.
LLCOCHRAN&Co
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SUGGS
WHOLESALE
GROCERS. COTTON FAUT0US
And Commission merchants,
260 aud S63 Front St., MempUIs, Tenii.
AW ABD rLAHIBO-afllX. ATT.TABB.
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Holding, Lm!:::
Lath and Sbineles. Floorinc. Ceiling and Cedar rosti' -l
Woods Swoope
Buggies, Wagons and Harness,
NANCE COTTON PRESS,
BAJSBOUIt OIK'S,
Steam UnjrineH, Machinery of All Descriptions,
No. 332 SECOND ST MEMPHIS TENN.
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