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JaiiJ 110.
TEE DEATH ROLL SOW PLACED
IT OYER 250.
Aid for the Surrhorg Salt Water
Forty MHea From the Coast
Animate Running Mad.
Bkavmont. Tkx .October 18. Befu-
tt:?R from the fbodt-d district about
k,b:ne Pass cont!nao to arrive on
enry email craft that cjmea up the
i'er. 1: I f s imated by peraars beie
nh i have been over the acmes nf
devaBta i n at 8abin Pat, Johnson's
Bayou and Taylor's B yoa that the
death lint w.ll exceed uau aouls
E'ftlity-five csrpars have bAen recoV'
red and buried around Johnson's
Bay: a, and fifty-four bodice bare tbos
lar wtn bauea at eaDine, wnue sixty
six pi r -ODa aie still missing at Sabine.
and these are of course dead, as it
won d be impossible ijr any bam in
being to survive this long in the
swamp sad lagoons without food or
shelter. An examination of the
C' untry hark of eabine and immedi
a'o'y in the vicinity of Baanrmnt
shows that the ac It water came back
f o il the coaat fully forty milt through
the pwampp, and hundreds of thon-
stt ds f aoej are still submerged by
w ter fint waa forced back and nan no
outlet. This tact maki s the search fo
bodies very difficult. Carcwea of tV.ou-
sanns ol U'owt-.ed ca:tie, ung, norms
and f iwl ar, strewn even wlere, ana
c'.cudj of sea Rule and b azuda
bover over the deaolati ctuiilrv
f ir an a ei of thirty mil. s. It
is known that tbn canal ar of Biifforeia
ar und J lina.iii's Bayou who bnvo
lost everyt inr will reacli 120;t, wliilo
the B ttmie aullurera will number 3(X).
On.-hsf of whom ara now in Beau
mont. IV'its who returned today
from the Johnson's Bayou dittric: Bay
that sixty persons are still mitaiuK
there,, and tlus'i searching pirties
nave almost reached trie conclusion
tba. many of those nilasins; were
drownt d, and their bodi a carried oat
to sea by the receding wave.
A new danger seems to have sprung
up in the virility of Sabine that h -a
scared the Bf archers for the mforlu
nntos. The cattle have become dan
gerous wild animals. The watering
poo's have become filled wit'.i sea
water, and the cattle are wild with
thirst. Saturday evecing a rteer
chised three men who wrrs walking
along the ede rf the biyou, and
would probably have killed them if
they had not su cceeded in reaching
their b mt. When the steer stw he
wai foiled he teamed to become more
furious, plowing up the ground with
his horns and bellowing loudly.
Messrs. Kountie Bros , bankers, of
Kew York, who are largely interested
in railroad and real saUte iu th's sec
tion of Tex b, have telegraphed the
relief commit.ee to draw on tuem for
$2000.
Intelligence bas reiched here that
the great gale swept over the ciuntry
for foity miles north of Beaumont and
Oiange, mching Jasper, the county
seat of Jusper county, and damaging
cotton badly. Heveral houses in that
region w re demoliihed but no losi of
life occurred north of theSjuthern
I'aufio railroad.
CrrMiel Mat of ts Dead Bar
vlvors Arriflaar.
Osahos, Tax., October 18 Ths
amt-r Emily P.retnrmed at 3 o'clock
' erday afternoon, bringing 160 addi
al sufferers from Jhnion's Bayou,
i a'o entirely destitute of every
ig that is neefsaary to sustain life,
y wre received at the wharf by
,-.t reliet commit'ees, who are doing
..1 in their power to make them com
lortable. Most of them are women
and children. The Emily P. will re
tarn to the bayou immediately to
bring bark 150 more poisons who are
waiting there, and whoare now home
le s, punnlifBi and without clothing
We nnw hare to take care of 210 per
ils from that section, Oao cm only
know the heartrending condition of
thcsA ptop'e by soaing and con
vening with them. The corrected
lht of the d-owned a. Johnson's B lyou
aineraican be obtained thia even
ing is as follows :
WHITKS.
F. GALLEON, wlf. and srandioni eight
children of miih Brown.
Hn . FAUOHET'H four children.
JOBBl'll M'KK, wife ami seven children.
Four nt PHANK l AMKll'H children.
Mri. MAM.KK and five ohildreu.
Mrs. JOK 1,1 KK
Knur . f U KORU B STRTM1 FNS'S childrf n.
Mn and WILLIAM IfKKU USON ud f ar
hililren
' Mn. OKORUB SMITH nI four children.
Mrs. bllKLL WAULKY ond lour chil
dren. d Mri. ALFORD LAMBERT and two chll-
Mr'. 11KKHY end dntiihUr.
Al.rilONSKliK I A HI),
ADAM bMUll and one child.
COLORED.
HBNRY JOUNBON, wile and three chil
dren. Mm. IA0K LKWP.
DICK II M11UICK, wile and four chll
dran. JAME3 LEWIS.
O.ily a few of these b 'dies were re
covcrefoa the trip. We have two
rto iineie, two schooners and about
twenty live siiall boa's doing active
work in guthering up thesulieringand
bu'yirgthe dead frjin Bubine Faa)
and i b bayou. The steamer Lunar
!elt today with a new crew and relief
men f. r tia' ina Fa. Orange hai not
ynt n c ived a single dollar to assist in
taking care of all this3 people. The
ci is rs rarco-tly request the Aseo
ciated IVB to give circulation to thia,
their appeal ou beh:f of the destitute
sufl'rtreri. Contrlhutionn cm be sent
to J. tta:idu:s, Mayor of Orange,
Fnrpllr ttUtrlbntrd y HrtlveeiloB's
Krllrl loailliltlee.
Glvmuon, Tax., October 18. The
rnm 1 1 e of citis ns whch loft here
S turd y n!j;h! on the tugboat Ks'elle,
hri had a tclnoner in tow carrying
$1. (0 wo ih d p'ovi iucs f rtbesul
fi'M a' S..bine l'a-s und Jolmccn's
Bamn, ri.tiirr.cd Ht a lat hour lait
uijslit. T ey re.iclied Hahino Ias
Curly .Sunday innining aud lound 10J
ihif(::h s ill living ther reluctant to
loiV') the site of t'H'ir furnior hoiuea.
Tiny a e oicnpvirg Oie lew bonses
tha' witiiso-il the etorrn One li ilf
t .e fi.o . and clr.thin; takn up by the
commit'ee wus diiitribu.t d among the
entier. re, -w:io waie in gr. at nonX of
fcvtnthing TLo lemji nler was smt
np to J 'hieo'i's Bayou by the bnrge
Tops-y, as the tide and the chaiiLt-l
would n' t M-rmit of tt:e 1-Malle going
op the river. Tue conim tte o era
una liincua In their stutcmeiits regard
icg the absolute dtetitutinn of the
uuiviv r . They say they never saw
rnih tuff, ring for the common ne
reeeili e of life fli fxie's rt 8abine
P.iss and Johnson's Bayon. The com
miitoe asceitaineJ thai the total nam
b jr of persons who loht their lives wan
102 Of these six'y-four were colored
and tbirty-t'iglit whites. Only sixty
or.e liodi s have ttius far been recov
ered and buried, booios of fea rolling
part etc mtinne to buut for the bodies
cf mi.bing fiie-ls.
UalveIOB' Mie Natf One.
Qalvkstoh, Tax , Octobr 18. The
Newt in an editorial abating mis
apprehension abroad with regard to
Oalveaton in view of the recent Jdis-
Tin1 nt?T!,r?
ater at Sabina Pass a a point of ex.
dc sure ta winds and floods, savs: The
geographical situation of Odvrston is
as far favorable in some tespecti as it
is peculiar. ' That profound student
of eea and a'moepliere air currents
ana lorce.", r-roi. Aiiury, dec area
years ago tlntt Ualvettou was more
than commonly secure, because she
w.s out of the danger of cj clonic
movement in tbn Gull. Events hava
amply verified the tojrlusion wbi
ttiat eminent authority drew from bij
scientific obeervatinn. Galve t:n ha3
been reDeatedlv viBit-d by eo railed
storms and pa'tially destructive 11 v.ds
within the past fifty years, and evAiy
such visitation bai more clearly illua
traten and more conclusively demon
stra'ed the natural safety cf the city's
site, if only reasonable precautions are
exercised in building. The e hes
been no destruction e! real es'a'e im-
provmente in Ualvtston that was not
invited bv grow ca elefsness in this
regard. Her ineu'ar position, which
some regard aa so dangeru, is really
one of tne great physical conventions
of ber safely. An equally favora'ile
condition la tne large expanse to ber
leeward, embracing hundreds of milts
of wa'er ana lowland, over wntcn
s'orm waves when they touch on
either side may spread and lose their
dangerous irrca. 1 lie lace object les
sons Btiouta be needed by ualvestou
to bo sure, but as regards her geo
araphital situation, far from forebod
ing disaster, tfiey teacn tiiat ebe can
ellord to hank, so to speak, on pliy.i
ical condi:iuni of almist absolute te
turity.
A F0SIT1TE DEMAL
Odlie Kslmtenee oflooolrrMI Ten
Dollar Hllvtr t'eillllraleM.
Wasiiinoton, Oo'obir 18. Nut
withstanding the repeated denials v(
the story oi liie liooiung ol Ulucago
with counterfui s of the new $10si'ver
cenilicitrs, the Bureau of Engraving
aiid Printing is in duly receipt of evi
dence that the S'ory Is still wide'y cir
cuit id and credited. Mr. K O.
Graven, the Ohief of the Bureau, s'ated
today that there is not a particle cf
evidence of the exlttence of such a
connterfoit, and au'.uorir.ed the mr st
emphatic con'radictir.n of the Bt de
ment. The c ty of Chicago bas been
searched fnr days by the operatives of
the Secrdt Hdrviue, who report that no
trace ol the existence of a sieg e
counterfeit of the kind de
scribed cin be found. Mr.
Gravis sitys it is imncs-ihle
that such b counterfeit shou'd bi.i
circulation in Chicago or elsewhere
without the knawlede of the Treas
urer, the Chief of the Secret Harvice
or the Chief of the Engraving Bureau,
all of whom deny the story nit posi
tively. As such a statement is likely to
discredit the new certificates, they are
anxious that it should be denied ai
extensively as it hue be?n pub'ished.
BREWERS AND LiqCOR DEALERS
In Convention To Make the IHihI-
neaa Hmnee table aa Foaalble.
CnicAao. III.. October 18 A na
tional convention cf the Brewers a id
L'quor Dealers begin here at noon to
day.' Tnere were delegates present
Irom Ohio, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa,
Maryland, Wisconiu, M.iesachusetts.
Missou'l, Michigan, Kentucky, New
V.V I ..I. f- rf
see, Virginia end Minnesota. Mr. J.
A. Fra't, of Louisville, was elected
temporary chairman, lie explained
the object oi the convention was to
make the liquor business as respect
able as p'.s.iiule. The delegates present
were nun wha were ss thoroughly
oppoced to the dives and disreputable
places where liquor selling was car . led
on, as anr otner class of citizens.
After the appointment of Committees
on Credentials and Resolutions, Uie
eonvention adjourned for the day.
A B1TTLE WITH A PYTHON.
lie EaeaBM From a Box and Hahea
Tulnaal'lr.
Boston, Masa., October 18. The
twenty-nioo aid a halt foot python
which recently got away in City Hall
Park, New York, agaia escaped thia
morning while being transferred from
his box to a cage at Austin & Stone's
Museum. Crawling under the stage,
the snake broke away several boards,
entered the cellar, got into the cold
air box of the furnace and burst open
its sides, the brick flying in all direc
tions. Four men seised him, and after
a terrible struggle, lasting an hour and
a half, thoy succeeded in racing bim.
During the fight the python wound
hims.lf around two thiuk joists, and
snappodthein as easily at though tbey
were only pipestems. He hurt one
man in the waist, and squeezed the
breath out of another by jamming bim
against the wall.
TUB "BOODLE" ALDERHEN.
ftale'a Bandmnian Paya Vp Com
mitted ! Await Trlnl.
Naw Toiik, October 18. When the
case of ex-Alderman Henry L. Bayles,
the latest addition to the American
colony at Oinada, was called at the
Court of General Hess'ons today the
habitues and officials were much sur
prised at the prta 'ntat'on of a check
for $ '5,000 to Judge Cowing by the
bindsuaan, S.l. Naylea. Notwith
standing the strenuous efforts of Law
yer Kiehurd Newcombe, ex-Alderman
McCabe's attorney, a motion by the
District Attorney to have his trial set
down for the 21st instant was granted.
McOube was then committed to the
Tombs to await trial.
"An Invaluable Remedy,"
Miaou, Mini., M.yJ, 1886.
Aold Iron Earth Company:
Gknti.hmen 1 t ave been troubled
with indigestion ft r about four years,
in connrc'ion with an ulcerated stom
ach. For the pret two months, be
foro I commenced taking Acid lion
Earth, I have bven very nek. Nothing
ao old lay on my Ht mnch. I suffered
night sweats; palms of my bands and
the b ilea of my Let would burn al
mot incessantly. About a month
tgt I coiumunced tnklng Acid Inn
Knrth and iu a low days felt great re
lief, and I am now comparatively
cured cf all symptoms of indigestion.
I have only taken two bott es of the
Acid Iron Earth, and from the effects
of theso two bottles I am sat it lied
two more bot'les will etlect an entire
cure. I believe it an invaluable
remedy and moit cheerfully rwora
mend it to panits who are similarly
affected. a. n. tavloh.
Mtloolf, the Prlae Flit liter, Dead.
Nkw Oai.KANs, La. October 17.
Mike MuOoole, well known in pugil
iHtic circ os, ditd tUialmnrning at. the
Charity Hospital here of kidney dis
ease and complications rer-ulting there
from, lie was 4! years old.
"It bas more than realign! my ex
pectat ons," says Prof. Dumlan Camp
bell, M.D., LL.1)., presidoiit Royal
College Pnysicifiis and Surgeons,
memher General Or unci University
of EJinhurgh, etc., of the Mebig Co.'s
Coca Beof Tonic. Invaluable for de
bility, woak lungs, biliouinfSJ, dys-
Eepsia, malaria, liver complaint, sick
eadache.
I MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL TUESDAY," OOTOliEK 19. 1880.
A VERY DISAS1MUS FIRE
THE BUSINESS PORTION OF SAL
ISBUST, MD., CONSUMED
Anil Munj People Rendered Homeless
The Dcrenring Element at
Other Points.
Salihuury, Md., October 18. A 1! e
wLiih started in a small frame stable
ahout 7 o'clock last night sweit over
ttie entire bi;s:r.esj poition of the vil
Ugi. A brisk wiod from the south
east epr. ad the Harms rapidly, while
the iubaoitin's stood by poaerlesi to
prevent toe aeitruc iOD. aa tbe dry
frame bni'd ngs burned too fiercely to
be checked by tne small are apparatus.
j.aier mis town is tne connty eea
of Wiramic. and bas been befcre tie
s.roved by fire. It is the principal
lumber trading point ol tbe eastern
shore of Maryland and for many years
has done a prosperous business. It is
situated at the bead of navigation on
the Wicamlco river, wbicb ex ends up
to tbe pine and cyprecs regiaas of
lower D-laware. Aa far as ran be as
certained tbe fe'Iowicg are the princi
pal loseoj and insurants: J. W.
Gunbj store $8000, Insurance $4(10';
stock $45,000, insu-aoce $22,000;
Toidvin A D.orman stock $125,000,
iuaura ico $3500; B. F. To tdin, bouse
and ttock of groceries aid m i's $13,
(100, insurance $:K)C0; B. L. Gillis &
On., st 'fk $'.'0,000, part' v insured , A.
F. Pardons & Co., stock $40.0.:0, pa tly
insured; Brickheid, Laws & tiarry,
at' ck$3 i.OO1, irsrrince about $20,000;
K E. Powell & Co., building $4010,
mo.t'v injured; Etrck $35,001), I mur
am e $2',000; F. T. Fawler, htock $15,.
ODD, insurance abou. $1100; 8. P.
Woo Jcocke & Co., a'ock abont $;1000,
partly insured; J. Cannon & Son,
dwelling, etorn and s'ock $20,0r)0, in
Biiianco $12,500; E. E Jackson & Co.,
mill ad lumbir $75,0(0. irsurnnce
$30,000; Opera House, owned by Mrs.
iiyul, insurance not known. A large
number of building) wera destroyed
in which the loss will la each case fall
bdlow $10,0C0. The lnes is now ce
timated at fully $1 00J.0O0. There are
but tao s eres left and many people
are without food and places to sleep.
Tbe d'stress is very great.
Thirteen Bailncia Bounce urnrxt.
Ciiabi.ottb, Mien., Otbtr 18
Fire waa dire ve-ed this morning
about 3:30 o'clock in Wcodbury A
Pinch 'a wire hamru .ck manufactory.
The flames Bpread rapidly, and before
iuh lire c juiu uo go unuur cuuiroi it
bad deetroyed tnnteen botinesa
houses. Tbe loss will probably racb
$15,000 to $20,000, with little or no in
surance, (several HiLilies living over
their places of business lost every
thing, even to their wearing anparel.
anu Djraiy escaped witotbeir uvea.
Wbarfboat Burned at Kvanaville
F.VANSviLi.a, Isd October 18. Tbe
mail line wbarfboat wai totally de
stroyed by fire yesterday evening. It
b louaed lo tre Louisville and Evans.
ville and Evacsville and Cairo Packet
Companies, and was valued at $500;
insured lor t-wu. r reigtit B'ored in
the boat valued at $5000 wai burned;
insurance unknown. An uoknown
man is supposed to have lost his life
aboard.
A Barnlng Vessel at Eea.
Nnw Yobk, Ojtobw 18. The ship
Macedonia, from Antwerp, which ar
rived today reports that on Septe mbar
zan one pas.'ec a vessel ol about 1300
tonr, a tparently oil laden, on fire fioui
stem to s ern.
Inncndlarjr I'ire at Htorktoa, Utah.
Sait Lakb, Utah, Ottobirl8. The
east half of Stockton, Utah, was
burned yesterday by supposed incen
diary flies. Tbe loss will be $25,000;
inauratica about one-third, Tiie ens-
pec ed party is a Mrs. Provost, who
threatened a few days ago to burn tbe
town un'ess ths saloons quit selling
liquor to nwr niianann.
A Tellowleh Coat
Upon the tonine, partlonlarlj near ita bate,
ii of Itaelf luffiolont to denote blllousneai,
an aitnent to tha development of which the
hot weather It mar be remarked Is p&ailni
it extremely favorable, and which autumn
oft. n hrlniii In Ha train an a linnerins Icr
aoy. If not remedied which it ieedily
niT be with Uoitetter'a Stomach Bitten
then lollow ac.rarated diiordsra of tha
atouiach and bowelt, dull paint beneath the
lower rldht riba, niuiea and headnche. A
prompt una of thia invaluable ipecifio it al
waya deeiruble, no matter what tbe aeHaon.
Upon the liver itrxertaao Inrluenoe directly
beneOclal. The bile, the obatruotion to Ita
flow being relieved by the relaxation of the
bowela, returna to IU natural channel, and
the portion of it which has lorced ita way
into and contaminated the blood is expelled.
The atomaoh alae retumea Ita difentivo func
tion. Rheumattam, fever and out and kid
nsy troubles aim succumb to the Hitters.
mmm
i,l w- t
MOSTPERFECT WADET
rrtprM wlfh PtHrt rejmrd tr.rTirI(T,Hrrvntrth btkI
UritittirtihiOrtH. Ir. rrlttt'n lUWlntr rwd?r cuntailita
AmnnmU,I.lMit,AUnit or fliiwiutaittxi, lr. I'ritr'i
Kilrawt, VauillU, Louiun, rW. tlftrur tlelteiouly,
PRICE IAX1NG POWDtn C& Chic, ant St titift
MOTHER'S
FRIEND
Not only shortens the time of labor
ad litsrena the pain, bat it (ready
diminishes tbe dinger to lite of both
mother and child, and leaves the
mother In a condition more favorable
to speedy recovery, and less liable to
rlo.idint, Convulsions, and o her
alermini symptoms. Its etlicacy In
this respect eoKtlrs it to be ca'led
Th Mothsr's FniNn, and to tank
as one ol the life saving remedies of
the nineteenth century.
M e cannot publirh Ofrtltlcates en
cernli (this remedy without wound
tn the delbcy of the writers, lot
we have hundred.' on Die..
6end for our book, "To Mothers," mailed
free.
UKlOritLD Rita I.ATOB tOM'Y
ATLANTA, OA.
WBOOK J.Tl. W. T.-Dordon the Hill,
p . Mrs. U. C. Howard, t Washln(toG
ivuuuia -.. i...;iiuD aeugniiui.
Convenient to oara to ManhatUn IWiach,
uihu. uddi uwa ananiral rarxi
alt te Mew Xork plaoaa of aausemeat.
II 6PEC1AL
1 NAnawrrori
ii FLAVORS
Bis
niiiDirignw
I wit all w 1 1 L. O
Centaur Liniment is the most wonderful Paia-Carer
the vrorld has ever known.
MSSOLITTION UTOTICE.
BY MUTUAL CONSENT, the arm of Alston, Crowell Co. li this day dissolved E W
Crowell retiring. The remaining partnors, P. t. Alston and 11. 11. Maury, will 'oonl
tinue the business at the o'd stand, corner Front and Union ftreeta, assuming all liabilities
and collecting all outstanding acoounta. K. W, OKIWKU
P 8 ALSTON
Memphis, Tenn., Soptemberl, 1886. H, H, MAIfrlT.
w vii ioiii ma a oni'ri. iu, uij
age heretofore extended the old firm.
NEW FIRM.
ALSTON, MAURY & CO
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S 9 Blood PoisonandSMn Diseases, j S
S i For 6o M KKmifffl S
s
s
a
Interesting Treatise onBlood and Skin Diseases
mailed free to all who apply. It should be
f carefully read by everybody. Address
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta,
sssssssssss s s
J. C. NEELY.
S. H. BROOKS.
BROOKS, NEELY & 69.
WHOLESALE
GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS,
And Commission Merchants,
No. 367 Front Street,
Mutual Life
OP NEW YORK.
ItlCHAItD A. n'CURDY, President.
SThe Largest, Strongcsftmd.CIieapest Company in the Werld.
OFFICE NO. 2 COTTON EXCHANGE
JOnX F. WILKEKSOy, Agent.
tUEfiBER 7ARB I
BriierCarHsMaiiGt'iCo
Brinkler, ArkM
YELLOW PINE AND OAK LUMBER.
nn VkEai.icBiai iv
Doers, Sash, BIIa4, Dregnnd Floorlnir, CeQiDgr, Weatber-Boardlif.
rvnMU Ski. Inirluu BT.ael.fl, 'BVrfi
erOur fscllltlea ara ananrpasted bv any sawmill In th South for filimg orders promptly,
fleorlng, Ceiling, Bidlag, Step Limber and Cypress Hhlngle a specialty) also, f ram lag
Laasbar of all dimensions. We make tha Wholesale Basineaa a apeoial featur.. Oraan
aolloited and promptly tiled.
GEO. HAYJ1IM.EIX, AGEJTT,
P.'124 Jefferson Street Memphis, Tennessef
J. A. BAILEY.
J. L BAILEY & CO,
ISTutTUWKISilEa !IEBsSe
336 Second Street, Memphis.
A LARGS AJfD COMPLETE STOCK OF PLUMBERS, OAS AND STEAM FITTERS
Materials. Pumps. Drive Wells. Iron. Lead and tttone Pipe, (ias Fiituree. fllobos. Ete
W.F.TAY.
Cottou Factors and Commission Merchants.
No. 311 Frf wt Stwt, Tomer
AHDKKW 8TSWAET, Raw OrlMiu. I A9DBBW D. GWTOTIB MavfaVb
STEWART, WM. i CO.,
Wholesale6rocers,Cot,Factors
SO. IM AND 80S FROST STREET, KESfPIDS. TEJTJU
AHD
STEV7MT BROTHERS h COHPAHY
COTTON FACTORS AND COISISSION KERCIIANTS,
SUGGS & FB1TIT
"Wholesale
GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS
And Commission Merchants,
2CO and 203 Front St., Memphis, Tenn.
r i i
uuuDBsuri a ooniiaaaiion ot tne liberal patron
K w nnnini i.
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H. M. NEELY,
: Memphis, Tenn.
Insurance Co.
Bfannfactarers f
tt. K. WITT.
of Monroe, Hfcmphla, Tenn.
JOSEPH SCSABHAH. HKHBT FBAH.
FADER, FRANK & GO.
Cotton Faetors.WlDlesale Gm
gttl Front Csret. Oppowllernwfnni Wowwe.
HILL, FONTAINE & GO.
Cotton Factors and Wholesale Grocers
89G-S9S Front Bt.. Memphl. Tenn.
OILL, FONTAINE & 00.
Cotton Factors. Commission Merchants,
Ho. 11C Sonth
OB
EDWARD MOON & CO.,
GOHlSIOi
GRAIN, PRODUCr,
LIBERAL ADVANCES
ROS. 8 and 10 TRIOR STREET, -
(AGENT.)
DEALER IN WALL PAPER
Window Shades, Picture Kail Mouldings and Mixed Paints.
HOUSE, SIGN AND FRESCO PAINTER.
WO. 825 SECORD STREET Ml MPHIS. TERR
KELLY, ROPER OEILLY,
WHOLESALE
Gr ocers & Cotton Factors,
Re, eoa tfAln Street, Gmr RIock.
M i a
FISHER BABBLE WORKS
Corner Adams
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B DETRE TO CALL YOUR ATTENTION TO OUR LAROE STOCK OP FIBISTJED
aiAltBLE. We ar. prepared to furnish new work irom latest designs on short notice.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED TO BE FIRST CLASS
In every respeot and-to give entire satisfaction.
We solicit roar patronage and request that 70a oall, examine onr atock, prices, el..,
before rnrchaing ela.wbere.
If
ew Cotton Gin,
N09. 201 and 203 Madison Street, Memphis, Tenn.
IaJLTEST IMPBOVJCD JIVIaIU
0
fEST Tnraont and Sample flnnranterd. Good weighti, and remittances promr
lr made. All Cotton Inrurrd while in Transit and at Gin. Sacks furnished on an
pl'catinn. We ne the "P us 1'nloH.lr" and onload a'l wagon cotton, (live ns a trial
Speer's Cotton Gin
REMOVED TO
Iluling from Mulberry
Insurance and Sacks free.
sr The Largest and only Complete Gin in the city.
ter Best Yield. Best Sample.
J. H. IAT. w SI. nnRTns w w nan.!-'
Lata of J. a. Day Son: Lata of Meacnam k florton. LaU of Bail.y CoTlngtoat
6omerrilI.. j
DAT, HORTON & BAILEY,
-WHOLESALE-
GROCERS AND COTTON FACTORS,
360-362 Front Street Memohia Tenn.
Quarter or a Century in
LAR O STAFF
Nos. 322 and 324 MAIN
GUNS, STOYES,
DKIVEIH PUMPS,
COTTON AND
EVAPOKATORS AM)
E, 11 APPERSDN &
Wholesale Grocers
364 FRONT STREET1
Ylai
TTkole- p, , T"
am and 234ftomSL.ieiap!iis, Sea.
w. ta. SJJXIT aTotas til iol. Urn. to th. w.!.?""-0"'
wri.n.... J v and sal. of all Oottoa aatmtal
ARWilSTEAD & LV1NDEE
C0TT0NFACT01S & COMMISSION nhiCUkT&
So. 831 FronfStreet, Cor. Union, Memphla.Vennf 1 8
JOSEPH FADZB
Ilain St.. UU laonla.
HIDES, FURS, Etc.
ON CONSIGNMENTS.
MEMPHIS, TERR.
DEGMAM
and Second Sts.
to St. Martin Streets
the Hardware Business.
BUILDIRO,
ST., - MEMPHIS, TENlf.
POINTS, PIPE.
WACON SCALES.
SQI.GHITM VILL8.
& Mlm Fsclors.
PTS. TFW1VT.
vtlon Factors
MERCHANTS
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