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THE ILL FATED TOWJS.
SURTIYORS FROM SABINE PASS
ASD JUHXNO.VS BAYOU
ArrlTlog: Bally at Onwsre.Tfx. The
Colored I'eoplo Dremaed
Aid Aked For.'
Orange, Tix., 0, tuber 19. The
Btesmer L nur n turnrd la't f vei ing
from Sal ii e 1 Vp wi hs'xty td Miouai
Builtreis, oue ha.f of wt.cm will fo lo
Beaumout sb goon as tranfp jitati n
can b ibt.iued. Thn bala ue will
reach here in rare it the local relit!
committe T.n arlditi mal b dies
have Iwen found wH were bnrifd op
to the t'niR tnat the Lamar It-ft Sab ne
at noon yr-ttid.y. Tb relief cm
mitteps ot Ora'g- hava exh'.us'ed a'l
their suppling and fa da. The mffdreia
are ccnsttitritly comi it in. Toe relief
commit'.ees have 300 i ot in their
cbarge, ai d 150 Don were expeced
in last nigbt fn m Johi s n'u Wayfiu,
the Km I y having g ne for them yes
terday morning, Such is t ies tua ion
in Orenae op lo toe presi nt writinir.
and unless mire re;itf cornea imme
diately grant dittr.85 will prevail.
Many of the sifl'errr.i er. sick and re
quiie ii" gre-a'e&t httau ion. Tha citi
zens of Orange ae doing sll in tht-ir
power to alleviata their d a res?,' but
the t'eminds are great rthn they can
bpar. The relief comm ttces were no
tified yta erday ti at $ 0()0 l)Hd be n
donated by Hons ( n, wi.icti is a'l the
aid that hta be n received outsiJe of
our own town. Parties ie uri.inif
from the tout repcrt much thievery
going on. Scarcely a trunk, v lise or
package cin be found tht has not
bfen broken rppn and tiilsd of its
contents. Eu inees has bom at a
siacds ill since the (treat ntoioi.
II envy fn w tiloim tit VIMi.
Chicaoi, III., 0 t ber 19. A
heavy snnw storm is reporter weet of
Ogden, U ah, ih's morciou. The
storm is severe enr ugh to seriously in
terfere with tbetelexrph huts.
The Col' rm People Drowned.
Galveston, Tkx., October 19. -The
local relb-f cnmnii t-e who viait-id
Sabine Pass end went s far as the en
tranca to Johnson's lavoti, brought
back with them a comp'e e list of the
nam s of the cnlnrrd people who were
drowned at Sabine. A remirkible
featurs of tbia lLttf sixty-two names
is the repetition of ctr am surnume',
showing that many memhi rs of the
same family ate among tbe lo t. For
examp'e, there ae neve i Johnsons,
ten Hudnu'ta and f U't. ert beating
the nam? of Joon'gan, whi e iior.e of
thesi nanus Appear among th'j whi:i s
that were loit amonii the cloied
lost there are thir y budi.s still miss
ing, while all but fif ecu wuiies have
been reovered at.d int r ed. It is
thought' tliut saniM of thi se missive
bodies are s nek in the mud,
which is several feet deep in
the bottom of Sabine bay
and river framing the eput
where the ton formerly stood. Meas
ures for the re ief of the (lisri-s-id are
being actively pressed at Htuston,
Galves on and other cities. The Gal
veston committee, who retained laU
night, have issued a second appeal to
the citiaens and now subscription lifts
will be circulated tomorrow. The
members ot the local committees Kay
the calamity grows witi each hour.
, All tidings from the devasta ed region
make the disaster fa? greater and
more distressing than at fird thought
pofsible. Mr. Laker, of the commit
tee, was one of the tt' out and or more
who (led f"r their lives on the night of
the Galveston gnat fire. He also re
cently viti'ed the drouth stricken dis
trict of Nor:hwe6t Tens, bu' dec'ares
that neithr of th-se calamiti s cam-
pare in point of suffering and distress
with what In w tn'Sitd oa Sunday at
Sabine and J boson Bayru. The
Mayor of Ovngri t day telegraphed
Mayor Fn'too, aiking f r assistance to
ca e for the survivors who
are crowding into that place.
The City Council th a evening
appropriated If 500, w hit h Mnyor Ful
ton telegraphed to the Mayer of
Orange. Capf. James B. Eadi, the
cele'ortted engineer, telegraphed $ 00
from Denve'. The Wells F-rjio ex
press end Western Union telegraph
are carrying pvckagej and meetajPB
for the bent fit of the tul'ie s fiee of
chsrge. The Rt. Ilev. Bhop Gal
lagher, of this rii ci se, has tdeir'phed
the Mbjo s of B'huii on', and Orange
requesting thi m to inform all i er otia
concerned thdt be will ta'rn cue and
provide for all or;lw s u der 12 yeats
of age who lost th ir are ta by thu
storm. They will be plaotd in t e
Catholic Orphan As lnm iiere under
the care of the 8 rs of Ch iri y.
LITERARY . K OTES.
Anew deparlmvn, called "Book
' Talk," w 11 be begun in the November
Accordihq to the f rthcoming "Life
of Lineolr," in The Century, the grand
father of the Pre.-ddent, wtio bore the
same name, was massacrr-d by In
dians jurst 100 years ago 17ti6.
Thi Hon. David Dudley Field,
author of the New Yo k Co le, ia pre
paiing a sca'h rg art c e oti the man
ner in which Nhw Yo k C:ty U gov
erned, for the November number of
Among the illustrations for"TheLife
of Liccoln," in The Cmlury for Novem
ber, will bs a flue pr rit of Sarah
Bush Lincoln (t"pujptterof Abraham
Lincoln) at the g i of 70. Tbia por
trait explains the mott important in
fluence in the Prtsidunt's early life.
Ool. Auciimuty, tbe founder of the
New Yoik Trade f.choolc, will publieh
in the Novembsr Century an iilna
trated article on "the Net d of Trade
Schools," in the coursa of which he
reviews the piogrpg msde in manual
instruction in botii Eurooe and Amer
ica, distinguishirg between manual in
struction and t-ad ins ruttion, dis
cussing the old tpprentioe system
and the rel.ti n c f tbesa echouls to
tbe labor quest on.
Mb. S. R. Koiiilsh, who for several
years p86t hss bten pb aan'ly known
to tbe p'ibl'c at the AmerioHn editor
of The Afogatlr.e of Al, publiehed by
Ca'soll & Company, Limited, h' S re
B'gned his poa liou to devtfrs himself
more closely to crta ive literary work.
He will be succored m the editorial
chair by Miss Ch trl tlto Adams, a
yourg lady who holds ah'gh position
as a writer cn a t tu' juts and who
hes for several yeas p t been a val
ued contributor 1 1 tne c itumm c f Te
Century Magazine, The Critic aud Tlie
Thb series of artislep, ' With an An
cient Race," bob g ex lusvely con
tr.butsd to the Ch c ilo Seui by Ed
gar L. WaWerran, founder t nd fo'mer
editor of The Current, lurnia'ies an ad
ditional strong pri f of t' at writer'
literary power and re'ou res. His
recent articles on Cuban 1 f c intrib
uted to the same j lurnal wcra most
notewo:tviy, and tueiufo ming papers
on GypsUs, with whom he is now
wanoeiing, and among whom in the
p st he fcas devot d much s'ndy and
res'aicb, a e m uleln of motv,ftyle
and p'eeentHtion aa well as a most
welcome product from a new field,
UPFIKC Tr'S 5IOKTHLY MaQAZINS
tor vemter will devote social t-
ten'ion to jou-na i m Edwin F,
D snrp will lead c f wrth a humorous
fiorj, A WVf-t rn XewanaDer Affair."
Coi d B. Pdllea will makta fierce on-
sieught on "ewspipentm" (which
wil b answertd by Jonius Henii
Browne in the Dctmbr cumie:),
GeDri;e Alfred T iwi se d will give
same eeu i antobi graph ca' "Recol
lect ons and Refl .tons" MesJean
tette L. Gi de- will r-la e her "Jonr
niliitc Expv i nces" J II Williams,
cf the A'orrutown Undid, will tell
"II iw He Bea Le a Fuuuy Mm," and
Em'ly,' tie wall known newspaper
correapordet t, will wrte of "(Some
Editors and Otheis."
Many will ba surp'rscd tbnt the
picture by Tnomai bully of Daniel
Boone, in tie fotthcouiii g N ivemher
Century, in otnet on with tbe ' Lifa
cf Lioco'n," i ea:d to have been
rairited from life by the eelebrat d
Philadelphia art st. Mr. Stilly d.ed
ot ly in 1872 but at the time t.f B kb's
death, in 1820, Su ly wai abou' 37
years of ate.bavirir been born in 1783
1' appears from the new Life of Linooln
that it was probably under the aus
picff of Boone that the grandfather of
tbe President set out Lorn Rocking
ham count?, Va , to "make a bomi
fir bittBelf and his family in that
wi'd region which Bom e was wrest ng
fiom the tavage holder?." TheCentwy
will p'int a fan simile from the field
book of Danttl B ore, recording the
Lincoln claim oa King river. Ic ap
pears, moreover, thet one of the nu
mtrjns Abraham Linro'ns mariied
into the Boone family in 1760.
The Daily National liottl Reporter, cf
unictgo, Uudr Oeti ci the 18 h in
stant, haj torai' of tbe new manager
of the Gayrso Hotni: Oc the 1st of
November the G tyoso Hotel, of Mem-pLi-t,
Ttnn , wi 1 have a new manager
in the pertoo of Mr. Charles G. R jib,
of Cincinnati. Mes-r-. Fariinnton.
St-wart & White, the proprietors of
the Gayoro, have b en eeekiLg a
manager for teveral mcntbs past, and
have finally given Mr. Roth the pref
erence over a la K6 number of applt
rants for the position. Ail who know
the getit'eman will aeree with us that
they could net bave nude a wiser
choice. Mr. Roth comes cf a botel
family, his fa her having been for
many years tbe proi-rit tor of the tit,
N cholas in Cinoiniii.twu'c1) is noted
as being the best c nducted Eur pen
plan hotel wet ot Hew Yo.k. When
the Sr. Cla;r wai opened in Cincinna i
Mr. Chaibs Roth wes ca kd U thrt
management aud ht icupied that
p3;iticnev(rstuc . He will, as B attd
abave, tahe charge of thi Gaycsj on
the lit pi oximo, and it U safe to orddict
that ut'det his manag m"nt this botel
will hi come one of ite most popular
ana succrsi ui in tee boutn.
ViTn its Nvivpmber number The
Migazifie if Art enda the tenth year of
its vaiuajij txiatence ana cli s s the
volume for 18HL The f ontispiece is
a reproJu.tion in brown of Sir
Joshua's i'tnc'Ua poitrait of the Hon.
Mija Ann Bingham, after Buto'ozz'.'a
engraving. Xbe n ag zine opens with
a spirited paper ou "Tie Ame'ican
Salon," that is, the American aintera
wbo exhihit in the i'an lalon, by
I'aui jeroi, which is liiustra e.1 by eu,
graving from some of the more re.
cent contributions. An e.c oont of
some historic glove?, which is illus
,tra:ed amorg others by a faceimile of
Shakespeare a g'oves now owned bv
Dr. H. H. Furness, of Philadelphia,
and St. JameB d Pa'ace is descr.b.d
with pen md penuii by W. J. Loftte,
This is followtd by a poem ca led
"Wanted," by Wilfrid Meym-l), and
"The Forgerie of Ba tianini," from the
chapter in the sari, son the Bomaree
of Art. "App:eTreeCorner,"a favorite
resort oi arubts, is so giaphically pi a
ured by the ,en of Ka hnrii.e de Mat
tos, and the pencil of H. It. B oomer,
tnat the reader q me envies tbe paint
era this beautiful retreat. Tbe enntin-
oa'.ioa of tbe papers on the"Rjyal
Ataaemy bcanaaa come) very op,
poitunatily at a time wb n tbe R,
A.'s a e makii-g tbemsttlvis conspicu
ous by their quarrels. Canada is st-id
to bave no literature, but no one can
deny, from the evidence in this ni iim-
ne, her c aimi to a Ni t'.onal Schoal
of Pa nting. ' Art in Caisda" occu
pies severxl pagns of illnstrated letter
press. The po, m ard t' e pictuie of
the month arj by J. Artt.urBaikie
and Alice Haveis. An interesting
paper is cevotea to "Van iyck in
Antwerp, - ana is followed oy a ptper
on .vieaa s oi the H:t!e," by W. H.
Henley. The art no.es are lively and
Is the emhth vilume cf Henry
Cabot Lorig j's Memoir of Hamilton,
ju t publis. ed, the (tiry of Arnold's
lreacheiy and And te'e capture and ex
ecution is graphically told, and it is
p edant to read the terms of repect
ana aei c ts tympa ny lu wh.ch llam
i ton writ s of Andre. His request
for a soldie.'S deatb, was urge! by
Hamiltm, who wrb.es in a letter t.j
Miss Schuyler, later Mrs. Hamilton:
'When And.e'stale cjmes to ba told
and prtsont resentment is over the
refusing him the privilege of choos ng
tne manner oi nis death will bn
branded with to) much ot st'macv
In a loi ger 1 tier to John Lanr ns the
wbole relation is given iu clear, pic,
nresqtis etyle, everyway admirable,
Hamilton s dtsciption of Andre is
worth quoting: "ihere was some
thing singulai ly interesting in the
character and fortunes of Audre. To
an excellent understanding, we 1 im
proved by education and travel, he
united a peculiar elegance of mind
and manners, and the advantage of a
plea ing pereon. 'Tis said he
pot sussed a pretty taste Ijt the fine a: U,
ana naa Lims it st ained some pro
ficiercy in poetry, music and painting.
His knowledge ep: eared without oa
twntat on, and embellished by a d fQ
dence that rureiy accomiauies eo
many talents and accomplishment,
whxh left you to euppose more than
appeared. His eentimenU wera ele
va'ed a- d inspired esteem j they had a
fof ntsa that conciliate! allec'.ion.
His elocut;on was handsr me; bis d
firesseavy. polite and inr-inuatiug. By
his merit htt had acquired the un
litni'.ed confidence of his general, and
was making a rapid p o.ress in mili
tary rank and reputation. But, in
the hight of his career, fl.ished with
new 1 o; es, from the execution of a
r-r. jec: tha most bpneflmal to his
party tta'- could be devised he waa
at once precipitated from the summit
of prosperity at d saw all the expecta
tions of bis ambition blasted and him
A Brother of tndrew Cnrnrale Dead.
Pitibhu.- o, Pa., Oc.oher 18 Thos.
M. (Jaiuegin, of Carnegie Bros. & Co.,
LiJiitid, ard brother rf Ardrpw Ca -
negm, dird st. his East End residence,
in mis ci v, shortly after n inn today.
Ha waj 49 jearj of age, and leaves a
MfiMPHIS DAILY APPEAL- WEDX EDS AY, OCTOBER 20,
S S S S S S
THE ALLEHED FBIBE GIVER IN
Railway ase, and Ills Lieutenants,
Held In Bunds or $50,
Nxw ofx, Oo'obtr 19 Police In
sptctor Bn e ibn rton.ing arrested
"Jaktt" hrp, 0f Brcadwoy rai road
notorety, at hU home in West Twen
ty-th rd etrtet. on a reneh warrant is
suea in an iLd (tmint fjnnd aiiainst
nimnyL e grxnd ny for bnomg
the "b'.odU" Aldermen to vjte for
the Broadwav railroad franchise. Jan,
K:crmo ict.'he president of ihe Broad
way Railnad Company, was a'sa
tv.ktninto custodv at Uie Brevcort
House 'n:i mornir b bv tbe ii'snector.
cunrgca wtn the same ollense. Bo'h
pri-onera were conveyed to police
uaut,r eis ana later win Da taken
to the District Afornev's ofliio and
arraigned in court to D ead to the in
At police hPadouartera thn twn
boodlers looked oole'ullv at each
other. Richmond l ad been there be
f re and w.'S already nnder b.-.il on a
cha gs c f br b ry, but it was Sharp's
firit arrest. Tne blow was crushing
for the old man. 'ihey learned that
the charges against tbem were based
on entirely new evidence Moeeen-
g-rs were disDstLhd for couissl and
friends. Within an hour Ex Judge
Fu lerton and Ex-i?e; ator Rt bert
birahan reep mded with Lawyer St ck
i.ev. A bas y coiistiitatioa was h -ld
and the lawyers hurritd oat to prv
cnrn the neetssa'y beil for the
appearance cf the railioad maa-
rates in c urt. P.ilice Inspector
uyrnes Baia ne would te ready to take
trie two pn o.'erj belore the 1) ttnc
Attorney f t noon. Apparently ether
arr8cs wer expo'ten. It was ru
mo red that Juine W. F..Blny was also
under indictment. .He was a former
pnsdentof tha Bro dway and S-v-enth
Avennerosd. L t?r he wai alfo
arres'ed. The intelligence of the ar
rest of the three parmers in guilt
spread lapidly, and crowds b can to
tia'her at the 1) strict A!to ney's office
by 10 o'c'ock. It had been the general
impr, iu,i mat iney wouu he ar
rested si;on, and it was rumored 'hat
they hart betn indicted. N.j ttdict
ment ht,d b-en found agdnst Sharpe,
ror was ti er any new indictment
aga!nst R chmr.nd and Foshay. It is
now expected that iniiictmtnts will be
made out againet the th'ep. Ex
Alderman Cnarlev WBite was b-onubt
downtown from the House cf De'.un
ti-n after the arrest of tbe alleged
bribe givere, in the cm'odv of his
keeper, an l arrived at the District At
torney's ofhee at 10:30 ocock a.m.
He hurried Waite away from the
grze of the cirnus men who
filled the to rid r.', anl tork
bim inta the rrivat office, f-h ntly
an-rw.ru sawyer ej.norne Jl tght.
counsel for Sharpe, arrived aud held
a convera'ion wi h D strict, Attorney
Marline in wh eh . Police Insrer-tor
bieers panic pitel. Ii was learned
that Sharpe Riid R rhmond ar to ha
kept at police h aduu :rters unt 1 in
dictments cou.d be drawn up, when
they will be brought down to plead
In court end e ve bail, should r nv be
fixed. Judgw Cowing today fixed bil
at $:,0,000 each in the cases of Shame
and fDshay nnd 25,0U0 addunnal in
tne caee i t Kichmond, w ho is already
uhdtr that amount District A1 tor-
ney Marline, in his oriirii al motion,
asaed that the defendants be put
uaaer iuu,uwj hiii ech.
For Fifty Years the great Remedy for S
uiooa roisonanasmn diseases.
Interesting Treatise orpQlood and Skin Diseases
mailed free to all who apply. It should be
, carefully read by everybody. Address
'THh SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. Atlanta r,
' - wtti
Croiroll retirinir. Th remaininc partners. P. S. AIton and 11. II. Maury, will oo
.."j? 11 ri"""?! 1- o"or From and Union iireu, vumin all lUbiliti
and oolleotint all out.naDding acooaiU.
ina all Hnbllitiaa
Hi. . I'hUWKLLi.
Memrhli, Tenn., Septomher 1, 1888. u li maIIRV
M-On ratirinv aa Iwa. 1 h..,. i. rn- . ...i. i.- rl'.i: ', L T , :
age heretolora axtandud tha old firm. K. w. CKuWKLL
ALSTON, MAURY ft CO.
FADER, FRANK & CO.
raid Factors, Wholesale Ef
aIFront re-l.lrlTMlef?oWoni Ifowwe.
HILL, FOUE & CO.
Cotton Factors and Wholesale Grocero
JFnnt St., Memphl, Temn.
HILL, FONTAIIE & CO.
Cotton Factors, Commission Slercfiants,
Ho. 11C Son Hi Main St.. m. 1tnlm.
Ilffl MICH CP
MANUFACTURERS OF FIBST-CLASS
Mcam Encines, Hollers and Tank Work- Cortnn .J1ns. rntirti
. ....... . . .. .
i ressw, nooa ruiieys, snail inp, Agiicnltural
and riantation Work,
AND DEALERS IN
W W fcavj tha bH(l EST WORKS of tho kind In tha Vnltad SUtai, ana will meat
iiiiuwiui iuo umiiyui wora. rena lor uaiaiogua, rrioa-liiau
EDWARD MOON 8s CO.,
GRAIN, PRODUCE, HIDES, EURS, Eto.
LIBERAL ADVANCES ON CONSIGNMENTS.
MOW. H iuul 10 IMON WTKKl.T. . . . 1HEM1MI1S, TEXM.
- n itrN(ee.
J. C. NEELY.
8. H. BR30KS.
II. M. NEELY.
DEALER IN WALL PAPER
Window Shades, ricturo Itail Mouldings and Mixed Taints.
HOUSE, SIGN AND FRESCO PAINTER.
NO. 885 M.f OM NTUF.r.T ItlimiMMN TVXTV
BROOKS, NEELY & CO.
GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS,
And Commission Merchants,
t. 367 .Front ttirect, : Jlcmpliiii. Tcim.
LIVEIIY, BOARDING AND SALE STABLE
Ho, 321 SK'ond rVtrcet MeinphlH, Tenu.
T'i"" Btoolc.-y rHtylln It TurnoutM.-n
KELLY, ROPER & REILLY,
Gr ocers & Cotton Factors,
Km. ma Mala Street. Gara Klock.
W IT. BROWN,
FISHER 1ARBLE WORKS
Corner Adams and Second Sts.
W?..,.1L'r0.rAI'1 YOl,H ATTENTION TO OUR LARGE 8T0CK OF FIPIINH E
naKVLE, Wa ara rr.par.J to fitrniah naw work lrom la tot danivni on abort natiaa.
ALL WORK tiUAHANTEED TO E FIltST CLAS
In avery raapaet and to alva antlra aatiiraotlon.
Wa loMolt your patronaca and rtiqueat that yon oall, aiamlna onr itook, prioet. t..
paiora purona.jng alaawn.ra.
Liberal Advances ou CoiiMljrnuieutir.
2G6 Front Hi n et . : : Mcmnlitw. Teiui.
Fcbemtt fo ak Prr.ldr nt Dlna
Ulctator for Trm Tara.
Nogales. Ariz .Oislooarlfi. A mm.
InKcn ia Mexico cf no mean propor-
tioiiB ia conr.idered by many who
arj in a po-itinn to know the acta
as imminent. Jntt what th plena
of the reTolutionieta ara cannot
toe lrfrned Ht present, but the p rpalar
opinion is that ihoy include a Bchme
to consolidate the adversaries of ihe
pretent odminiMrition and erede a
n; W COlltlCill DSrlV. Or. in otlmr arnnla.
i rcit)ly overthrow Prcs denl Diaz. A
new Congress Utlien lo ba eltctwd and
a new cmnitution fo med. Mmv
Jriends of Pre ident Dn, it is salJ, arx
i mong tht) egitat irs of the schemeand
It is t'i"ir irt-n'ion to rrinkn ihi Prrsi-
urti.i uwm u oi lue K 'DU lia lor a
term of ten teats eo tLatsufllninnt
time my b:i hmi t) Rive the new plan
a f ilr irul. The Ieaikra of the pro-
poeu re?om;ioii renje in tbe S.iuth-
eas cm S atsa and it is thought ibat
iti adheientj will revolt in a abort
time ugaii st the prennt g lvernmeat
ario a.ttmpc to ln.iiiuratu tha new
In Ihe Dear Old Dnja.
We diB'er in creed aud coliticfl. but
wo are a unit all the tamo on the An.
sirableneas of a fine bead cf hair If
you mourn tho loss of this blessing
and ornament, a bottle or two of
Parker's Hair Balsam will make von
look as you did in the dear old d"s.
It is worth trying. The only standard
60 cents article for the hair.
Andrew CarufKie Very III.
ritiaiiCRO. Pa.. October 19 An.
drew Cnrn(g'e, tbe millionaire iron
manufacturer, has been lying ill at
Oris oa for several days, and bis con
dition wai so bad today that thu at
tending physician thought it not ad
visable t acquaint him of the death
of his brother Thimna.
All authorities aiiree that the milk
of a braltby mother is the beat food
f ir an infant. Next to this, aud con
taining all the e'ements for perfect
nutrition, is Mellin's Food, which,
aft r a long test, is highly indorsed by
nr imirent mcdicd m".
LUMBER YARD I
Mew Cotton Grin,
Nos. 201 and 203 Madison Street, Memphis, Te.
1 latest ihiiiioyi Jiui,r,i:i& aintt
JJKJIT Tarsonf and Nnnil 4JMHrnntrd. Oood wi(rht, tnti romitUHi nromr'
n"." "''M inrurru wuno m I ratulill anil Ul lin, AAOKI lurillhtd An
il diton. VV ua tha ".trwi ir..lwl-r" anil nnloail a'l wn ,n iwllnn, (lira un a trial
Brlnkley, ArkM Bf anfUf?tarra of
YELLOW PINE AND OAK LUMBER.
AID DEALEKfl IB
Dresxed Flooring, Celllnr, Weather Boardkte.
Doors, Sub, B11hi
Cypreu 8hlBKleR, l.alha, Ktc
aarOor faollltloi ara nmorpautd b anr awnill In tha Bonth for HI inordnproptl.
mbarana vri'raai Ublnnlaa a paolaltyi alio, franiaa"
aouoitaa ana promptly nuaa.
"loorlnl. C.llin.. Hlill... Stun Lnr
Lbar of all dimanioni. Wa maka tha Woolaiala Uualnau a ipaoial faataxa.
GEO. IMl TllJLLKIt, AGENT,
Sfe. 124 Jefferson Street Memphis. Tenneia
Speer's Cotton Gin
Huling from Mulberry to St. Martin Streets
Insurance and Sacks free.
The Largest and only Complete Gin in the city,
or Best Yield. Best Sample.
J. A. BAILET.
U. I. WITT.
J. ft. nT.
Lata of J. a. Day Son.
W. . IIORTOII,
Lata of Maaoham k llorton.
J. A. BAILET & C0.f
33G Wt?coml Hlrect, Mem phis.
J. W. HAII.RT.
LaU of Ir.il. r OoTliitaat
a1 aV'4l all
i J VX 111
ALARflR AND OOMPLETR STOCK OF PLUMIJHRS, flA8 AND HTHAM PITTBRS
Matnridll, Pamui, Drive Weill, Iron, Lead and otone Piiia. Haa t Utarea, ttlahat. Kte
DAY, HORTON & BAILET,
6R0CERS AND COTTON FACTORS,
ami-ana front street Memphis Tenn.
u i lj ... , i ' . . i ii jEjgnsa
Quarter or a Century in the Hardware Business.
T.B.BIM9, Prea't, UEO. AHDOLD, V.-Irm'(. W. II. HE1XCS1T, ao'.
i flninoTnrr o
DOES A GENERAL FIRE & MARINE BUSINESS.
Country Store, Dwelling aud Ginliont.es a Specialty.
taTLesMes Adjuxled Promptly, and 1'ald at Meinpliis,
W. . WILKBR80N, OKO. ARNOLD, J. W. RICHARDSON. T. F. DUIFIN
W. P. rTTWA VANT. T. T). SIMS, .TOIIN ABMTSTF! A T.
Nos. 322 and 324 MAIN ST., - MEMPHIS, TENN.
1RDRBW STEWART, Naw Orlauu. ANDREW D. QWTNNXi Xair pAk
Lbm Jieoal Uiaiii Guru, me best
tonioand anti-parlodio known. A oertain
and- aura cure for chill, Jrlnell par bot
tla. Sand itampa for oiroolara. Any ref
ranoj ln, Addreii John 0. Rnokar.
uuvuwi m j as.
Trppared with trtriet r irn.nl to Pnrlty . tUrenirth an4
iiciiiiniiiinm. nr. i rn- p iiMKinv rowarr (.'oniairui
no A!nmoniav,I..me,A1um or llioi,lia.tfi. Iir. I'rlc("i
KxtraVuU VaaiUm, Lomuo, etc., tlnTur doiiclouil.
PRICE BAKING POWDCH CO, Chicago at . Lafe
A MONTH, -
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2IO. S3 AND MS FICOXT HTUIlJET, UFMmitk, TEX A
STEWART BROTHERS & COLIPAIJY
COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION aUSCHANTS,
TUKVT OKf.ElVN. T.OriNf A W.'
GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS
And Commission Merchants,
2GO and 202 Front Ht.f Memphis, Tenn.
GUNS, STOVES, TINWAIU,
IltIVEN PUMPS, POINTS, PIPE.
COTTON AND WAUON SCALES.
EVAPOKATOItS AND H0T10IITTM MILLS.
E, Rfl JPPERSON & GO.
Whdssale Grocers & Cotton Factors,
364 FRONT STREET, MTSM PHTS. TT.TTN.
M.avla. Jaaia S.Snlllvana, . fJlark. . J. Claift.
.jNlw'aUaa -rGmm W AimJATS S HaA
X7holeale Oroceri, otton Fuetors
And Commission MorchanU,
232 and 234 Front St., Memphis, To:
axTWatsn iUAn jlhb .irriniHii,
Mr. L . KACRIT da.ntai kit wtola time to tha walralni aad iala of Ml (JoMea e
m AW. Tr.t.n W-.i.K w..ii..rrii I'fi
A R IVI I ST E A D & LU N D E Ey
COTTON FACTORS &C0JIMKSI0 MEttCUANTS
No. 831. Front fetreet. Cor, Uulou, Meuii-UlN Tena.