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TWO GROP'GTOWSS. 1
BISSOLTIJfO TIE S OF H EWBF M
AID DIEBSBCBS, TESN.,
Inslfle DMory of the lm'
Political Sit nallon ir t
Klnth Dl.trlc .
ItrlCIAL OOKKMFOHDMCl ,wm rrAL.J
Pybmdcbci, Tinh. October 20.
"Will you have, a crw York or Chi
cago cot, BhT' beamed the ebon
batber at Newbor ti. morning aa I
leated myself in hie chair to have my
back ba r clean 4 avway.
"Anything aeept a country cut," I
'We slopr A tliat long ego, sab," he
grinned. " flewbern ta live town,
and we do' ja pt cn city way."
M 1 y idea myseii up 10 nn tenuur
jnerciea,' Jie wen jmt peeping over the
treetipB(J his statement ma empba
(ir.ed b' the whistle of an apprrtnliing
train, an answering Bhrie irom a
uouii jig mill to the right, the early
lisin x gong of two or three hotfls and
the cry oi a bootblack yelling "ohine'
at'ibetnp of h e voice. Ilaleawd by
tbAbaiberlBatdownto aenbstant ai
breakfast at my hoU, and alier
ffarde took a ramble about the
iittle city of Newborn, which I
found haa greatly improved since I
visited it a year ago. Two handsome
new storehouses have been built and
some houses which were then vacant
are now occupied. There ia no longer
any fear that Dyeiubnrg will suck its
neighbor dry. Iiuth places aie im
proving, neither at the expense of the
other. The fl wring mil) has bad
orders for m"re than it has been able
to kee-o up with and haa been forced
to incroine t's facilities. The tobacco
factory has a'so extended iU trade
considRrably. Nowbwn has now a
population of about 1700, fourteen
general stone, a tin store, two hotels,
innr aalonns. two barter shops, two
brickyards, three b'ackeinith shops, a
stood depot house, a rolling mill, two
Hvery stable", three substantial
.nVinrnhra And in excellent school, the
4ailv attatidanre bHina about !i00. Its
r. no in nluR in xcblluntlv ffood. Ne
l,nm ! a oroat mulo market, na much
aa $3000 having been pud in a day
hr in tindta. From the station
there are shipped annually about
2fi0fl balea of cott in, 00,103 bushels of
wueat, an average of a car load
of bogs and cattle a week, besides bay,
mm num. tolia' co and Hour. The
AprxAtia delivered daily by carrier
to all the merchants of the place.
TI.taa hnur were sosnt Vry pleas
antly at Newbern, and at 10 o'clock I
boarded a passing train for Dyersburg,
whioh ia rapidly growinu. Toe touses
here are auligiurt .,lljr built, many of
thm of brick, and a new bank U uow
coirii ud which would be a credit to
Miinatreet in Memphis. The finish
iog touches are cow being put on it.
All tha induairit'B stuted at Dyera-
- burs when the railroad was built
through here are prospeilng, many of
them extuiidiug tneir iraaeover a
verv wide terriio y. The Afpkal is
alao delivered t ere bv a faithful car
rior, whose list now covera nearly
every bu nces man aiid moat of the
lawvera and dooiori of the place. Ul
nnnraa Icallud unon Col. Tom Neal
Dyersburg withoni him would be like
11.. -I l I ;,.,!.) -likMil Itamlat "
Tha melancnolv Dane'a Awing locks
however, are of raven hue, the
rental Colonel's nearly whits, with an
ana which has very Jiirlnly touched
his smooth and exprefsive lace. Col.
Nnal ia one of the lew country editors
of Tennessee who have succeeded. He
has often brd to contend with lively
opposition, but in the "survival of the
fittest'' has always bobbd up aeranely
and is now 10 firmly entrenched that
his Influence cannot be weakened.
With an iH'ablished patronage, sur
rounded by a delightful family, 'his
residence occupying ono of the most
eligible siUB in the place, he has
earned and may eicurely count upon
' "a green old ag," a term as full of bi
I Tory meaning as a walnut is ol meat.
A L1TTI.K IVI.IT1C8.
Io my letter fr,.m Union Cily the
o'.her day I alludod to the lively fight
which has been geiug on iu this part
of the oonntry, but the iuf jimation I
then had did not give me au oppor
tunity to fully review tha situation.
" Dyer and Obiou are oa h entitled to a
Keprteeutative ia the Ltgialatuio.
Lake, Dyer and Utilon havoa lnator,
and the thiee meut'Oncd are alio
entitled to a Stato Sjnatir. In Dyer
John l'aiktfOtud Opt. Fowlkta wore
candidates for tb.it leimicr:lic nomi
nation for Keprea.'iit .tive. Juat before
theconventin met, however, Fowlkon,
who hod lMeu twice tiomiua'id
aud elected by the Democracy, with
diewand aiu ounccd Lin. I as au ia
depoadert 'endidU. I'rktr wii
nominated, mating split No. 1. Hi-)
caudiditts for iln tfr for the thiej
coueiiea a'e Dr. McRee, of 01lnn,rnd
Dr. UoRktns, of Dyer. It is aaid that
the latter will run whether nominated
or not, and the friendi rf Dr. McHea,
who is very popular in Oli'on, declare
they mean to test bitn. Dr. llaekina's
friends here decline, howover, to be
lieve that ho intacds to holt it not
nominated. Anyway, this m'y be
ntdown a thretined Bplit No. 2.
Bat the big crack, or one that the Re
publicans magnify into a fathomless
chasm, reiulied as a c onaeq'ience of the
fight between J. II. McDowell, of
Oaion, and Lockey Donalds in, of
Lake. The former, of whom it Is sid
that he would as soan engage in a fiat
fight wilh a circu'ar taw as not,
at once took a v'goroua itand
in favor of submitting tl.ie queetion of
prohibition to the people, a?cording
to the recently adopted j'atfonu of
the Demoemtic pany. The liquor
men rallied t Donaldson's support,
and it is said he a'so had all but four
of the Executive Coanmi'te in sym
pathy with him. But MrDowell, who
appears to pot seal a Rritt dael of the
quality cf backbone which dletin
. gaiehes our Plitila", was not at all die
mavtd. One of the boat posted men
in Obion told me the other day that
during one of his first speeches he
was greatly in frar that ho would be
abot oat cf the stand. He called
thirei by their riuht nanus, and did
not heeita'e to denounce one of the
leaders of the liquor faction, a man of
well known fighting proclivities, to
bis face. 11a K"t into .several fitits
during the cunvaes, and at Union City
one day, in a mac'iine ehop, he was
struck on the head with a cog wheel.
It was some time bfoie hs recoverr-d,
and it was believed at first that ho
bad been killed. Qui'e a number
who favor tie aubmiion plank
worked hard agiine; McDowell be
cause they considered he had endan
gered the party by iueging in prohi
bition. In tl.econvemi maof Dyer and
Obion bo'h instinct' d for liitn, leaving
only four voUe for Donaldson thoso
of His own comity, Lake, and it is not
at all likely now that there will he
any opposaion whatever to MiDjwcII
in the nominating convention, com
posed cf delejia'ia of the tbree cnuu
tiee, which mei.t at Newbtrn F.iday
next- , ,
tor tie fltst t.ine unco the days of
BrownJow, the Republicans have pot
out a full ticket in this district, from
Congressman down. The Hon. P. T.
Glars will be opposed by D. A. Nann,
lr. Jnhn rtarHnpr. of Dver. isa candi
date for iate Ssra'or agaiost McDow
ell, John 8inclair, forme, ly postmaster
here, a very popular man, and a rela
tive of Nunn.and an Obion county man
are candidates for Representative.
They can poll bnt eight votes in Lake
county, about 1000 in Obion, and some
700 In Dyer in a stiaight election, but
bops that bolting, prohibition and
other things will split the Democratic
r,.rl nn an Hi at lliA will have SOIDS
chance to win. In this, however, it is
afe to say they will be mittaken. Dir
gusted aa the Donaldson men were at
first, they are rapidly falling into line,
nit trith 11 orwiri stronff null the dif-
trict will have no trjuhle in polling
its usual msjirit'. a. b. p.
A SLIGHTLY IN ACCURATE STATE
HOT Or THE 111STOKT
Of lh Moat Hefarleaa niia
HOB! IclalMtloai Kaiowa
the Bntrllili RpcBliinaT
Mr. Blaine, In bis speech in Fhi'a-
delphla recently, said: One ot tne
honorable speakerj who preceded me
referred to the question which in
many of our preceding years nas usen
debated as the Southern question, and
tthirh I orieve to sav the K 'publican
party has been somewhat shamed out
of the discu'sion of by unwoithy in
fluences. I beg to present one or two
ideal upon that question. X do it ttie
mora readily because I am here as the
dueatof the young Republicans, and
1 want to speak of some f ids that an
tedate their experience. Oaeof the
moat common accusations ia mat me
Rpub lean party got no more than it
deserved f jr forcing negro suffrage on
the Houth. Now I stand here to doay,
and I call a'l men beyond 60 yeats ot
age to at'est wba. I say.and I special
ly call ui on my friend with wtiom I
served years in Congress (J unge jvenyj
to atte t the aceurscy of my narrative.
When the Rjpubican. party ap
proached the question of recon
struction there was not one man
In 10.000 that then thought
of forcing suffrage upon the calored
men of the S mtti. They practically
said you have a very large number of
men without education suddenly made
free; they need education, they need
experience, they need training, and
we will readmit you into the Union
and leave that question for yt;U to
vnurHelf. And in that spirit
and to that end we submitted to the
SiatfS the foaitionth amendment to
tlmOonUltn.ion. I think lam cor
met in savinirthat we vote ! to briog
Tennessee in upon telegraphic inf t
mation. That reconstruction bill said
that hereafter, instead of being citi
zens of the United States b?cause we
are citterns of sorr.e individual State,
we shall he citizens of the United
States, and in virtue of that fact be
cititenj of any State in whh b we may
chooio to reside. Ia the next place
we raid, here is a great debt incumd
in saving the Union, and we ought
l.ot to leave that debt sui ject to the
adverse msj rity in Congress. And,
therefore, lis tacrednesp, and lis obli
gation to pay it wai incorporated in
the amendment. And beyond that
we said here are thousands and tens
ot thousands of men who have been
abused and bleeding, and tens of
thousands of others who went down
ti death, and their widows and or
phans mu'.t be taken care of, and the
obligatim to pay pensions was em
bodied in that amendment. And this
was also embodied: That the active
men in the rebellion ehould not be
permitted to patticipate officially in
the government of the United States
until their disabilities were removed
by a two-thirds voto. A provision was
put in : "You shall regulate yourown
suffrage." but on this condition, thet if
you exclude any number of mm from
the right to vote you thell cut down
your representation in Congress in
the seme proportion as yon carry on
that exclusion. We said to the South
you shall como in under theBB term.
We no longer submit to the old rule
which fl st made (battels of men and
then said three fifths of these chattels
shall be representoi fn Congress.
Tne rebels, their hands still
dripping in the blond of
Union men, said we shall not be con
tent with the old three-filths repre
sentation. We wart to excludo the
c.ilortd men altogether from partici
pation in snll'r.tg. and we want to
count them in our repro'entHtion, and
thus g-t the whole five-fifths of
our representation. It wai then t'lat
the Republican party said to the white
men of the South, if you will go with
rs to leeinstrncl the Union all will be
well. H you rcj 'ct thoae totms wo
will call upon the whole body cf peo
p'e in the South, and the loyal co'o'eil
man. who in the judgment of the Re
publican Congr. si ws a better votur
than any reconstructed robel who
wou'd not ciriBMit to any form of gov
ernment. Applniise. We forced that
issue; nnder that reconstruction aot
they camo in, but ai so m aa they g)t
pofsrsVion they trampled on every
thing to which they had sgreed, and
said, you cm endow these men wlih
aufl'iage, but we will show you that
they onnot exercise it, and
fiom that time U this they have
put thirty-five fraudulent Repre
sentatives in ahnoet every Con-
cress since they sot contiol. At
first they said we will not have any
cnlored representatives here. No,
they didn't pay that at all ; they (aid:
"We won't hve no niggers here;"
then they sud ; "We won t have any
white men that come from the North,
S) that the carpethaggnrs all had to
leave. In three of the S mthnrn States
the majority of population is on the
part of the colored vote, and in many
districts of the rest the colored man
larnoly outvotes them it lie were
allowed 1 1 vot?. 1 was rash enough,
a f'w weeks ego, in a public sneech in
Aiaine, to poiut out that the Northern
workingman was already, and would
be still more, day after day and year
after year, thrown into compet.tton
and floidcd with 1,000,0.0 of colored
men in tiie oaiu ; ttie c nipouu in
against white labor was going to be
Albuodbbudb. N. M.. October 20.
An apparent y well authenticated
statement is made here t'lis morning
ti the eflect that tho Atchison, To
peka and Sauta Ke and the At antic
and Pacifla railroads have been con
solidated, with the general olllces of
the new company at Tcpeka. Gen
eral Manager D 11. Robinson, of the
Atlmitic and racitic, has already ro
siKuad, and the furniM announcement
of the couAoliiintioti will, it is cx
pecied, be made in a tew diva.
l.lko Ibe I'rrlnma WaT(4t
Ftom beds of fi.iaets is the breath
tint has bon rendered agreeably
odorous with pozodost. wlrca com
munlcates to the ti. th a msrble white
ness and t tho liiinis a roseate tint.
Vte it, and beautify jour mouth.
MEMPHIS DAtL AlPPEAL-.TIIUllSDAYOCTODEB 21, 18SS.
STOCKS YARD TROICIB.
AN ISQUEST TO BE HELD OS THE
BUM I Or UEULKI,
YTho Was Ellledjby the rinkerU
Men, YTbo Will Be Held
Chicago, III., October 20. A few
more men were taken to work in the
various packing beuses this morning,
nri tha rain kent the unemployed
crowds that all day yesterday hung
aronnd inside. There was no excite
ment during the early boors of the
morning. The beef butchers will ac
cept the Inevitable, and will, it is
thonaht. Totnrn to work on the tan
hour basis. Hogs are beginninato ar
riva and are in active demand. Ar
mour will commence to kill r ght
nvav. and bv the last of the week will
nnd a full force of men. Fowler
it ma. and tha Analc-American Com
pany will be a day or two later, but it
is safe to say that by the fir it of next
week the great majority of the men
ill once more be at work.
A train of three cais with 100 P n
kertonmenand about hdfas many
of the returning non-onion men lett
il.n ftoekvarda shortly before noon
n ml or thn escort of a detail of Town
nf T.ke nolice. Snperviaor Saffjrd
had ordered that all the windows
should be kept closed and the plat-
forma cleared. The City limits at
Thirty ninth street were safely reach-
ii and mere anoinr ue'au 11 iuwu
nnlicA wan stationed in a Pitrol waaon,
a hrinf halt waB made to enable the
town police eeort to be replased by
oit rvllirors. No ontcrv or demon
stration of any kind was made and
Mm frain sned cityward in peace.
Another 100 of the imported workmen
will ka aent back tj the city after the
hr,ne elose this evenine. There will
be etill some left after this exodun, but
it is believed that before next Mond ty
there will not be a non-union man 1 .
in the houses.
An Iniaml t ne Held.
Chicago, III, October 20. It has
Wn decided to hold the inqn?st 01
T. Begley, who was killed by Picker-
ion's men- yesterday, at 10 0 clock to
morrow morning at the Twentv-sec-nnd
Street Po'lce Station. This morn
ing Wm. A. Pinkerton called on the
Coroner to consult with bim ai to the
host place to make the inquiry into
eh mnes of B -Kiev's ileatn. nnxer-
ton said he did not think it would ha
advisable to bold the inquest in the
Town of Lake, as tne f eling there was
so fierce against his men that it migt t
result in injury to them from friends
of the deceased. It is the opin'oa of
the cfliceis in charge of the Pinkerton
airencv that the men arrested for the
ahootina of Beeley wi 1 undoubtedly
he held to the grand jury Dy uie cor
oner a jury, aim ttiar. men tne mauer
will come up wnere an me lacis can
be shown. The or ginal reports aiven
to the newspapers appear to have been
la'her one sided. Ttie cirs in wtiicn
the Pinkerton men weie being brounht
to the city are all ba'terdd up ana
many windows are broken, Bhjwing
evidences of an arsiult made by a
a-ge body of men. The 1'inkerton
men all asHeit tnu tins assauuwaa
made before a shot was fired, and they
thought their lives were in danger.
Arrested for Inrnalleide.
Mary D liott, of Maiden, Mass , was
arretted in this city last nigtit, cnargoa
wifh baying ciuara the death, by
laudanum, of ths newly horn child of
Mia. Abraham Lamb. Mis E iott is
by occupation a nnra?, and attended
Mrs. liimD at tier nou ein a ewn in
confinement, about two weeks ago.
The child at its biith was badly do-
formed. It was lura on Tuesday and
several days afieraardwas found dead
in bed. Investigation proved death
was caused by ttis u e ot some prepa
ration of opium. Warrants were then
ieaaed for the arrest of Mrs. Limb and
the nurse. Mm. Lamb has disap
peared. Mrs. Eliolt stal 03 that if
laudanum was administered to the
child she knew nothine about tbe
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HI. or iu great aunoeni in pulmonary coin
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Weak, and the lids inflamed and sore, it ia
an evidence that the system lms become
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Scrofula, which produced a pa
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1 in my ryes, canscu n
au il'ering for a number of years. Uy the
u.lvice of a piiysieiun 1 commenced taking
Ayer'a Surwiparilla. After using this
medicine a short time I was completely
Mv eyes nro now in a niili-ndld condition,
timl t am us well and iitroiij,' as ever.
Mrs. William Gu'"', Concord, 11.
For a nnmlior of vears I was troubled
with a humor in uiv even, mid whs nimble
in obtain nnv relief 'until 1 commenced
iilnit Aver's 'Sursaiiaiilla. This iiiidieine
lias ell'eeled a uonmlele cure, anil 1 believe
it Ik lie the bent nf bld puiiliera.
C. K. Upton, Nushiia, N. H.
From ehihlbood, anil until within a few
months, I luivo been iilllieled with Weak
ami More Eves. 1 Iihvo used for these
iimiiluints. with lieiielieinl rosii It h. Avers
Sarsapnrilla, and ciiiiiiler it u (rent blood
purlner. Mrs. C. l'lilllil, uiover, vi.
I suffered fnr a Tear with Inflaming
tiou in my left eye. Three ulcers funned
011 uie bull, UeiinviiiL' me 01 kikih, uiiu
caiiHlni? L'reut niiin. After trvlin! inanv
oilier remedies, to 110 purpose, 1 was 11111111
Induced to use Ayer'a Sarsiiparuia, auu,
threo bottles of Ibis nieillelne, have been
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stored, and there is' no shin of inflsmma-
iiiin. sure, or ulcer 111 my eye. Kendal
T. ltoweu, bw'ar Tn u itnlgc, Uino.
My daiisliter, ten vears old, was a&Scted
witli Scrofulous Sure Kyes. Diitinir tbe
last two vears she never saw liirbtof any
kind. riiVHiclans or ttie Insilicst stiindlinr
exerted their skill, but with 110 permanent
success. 1)11 I he iTcominiiiilallim or
fib-lid f purchased a bull In of Ayer's Snr
SHmiilla, which mv dmiiiliter commenced
tukinjr. ltefore i-lie imd used the third
bottle her Sight was restored, ami Mie can
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. nw iw ri niia a
Madison its. t;c.m.TATinn ra..
Muatol the dlHiaims which
Jllv oatiiwd by a littonlrHt oonilltuu of the LIVER
.ir all ouun1iilut ol ll kiod. with aa Toruidily ol
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liwHllHtliuns oallBil ueanuunii, jnuuimi. miiui,
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the LIVER. STOMACH and BOWELS, U
all iliwi-ua, inn win tunc on
Utt coiuiriuiion 1
luiion from a waxy, yellow tinjze.
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l .... ...trlta II
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16 ill ona of tlio Alfratittt
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and Feedlryof Infanta, mailed rrnu.
DOUBRH, QiTOPAl W li no Bnton. Miw.
itiiiLmitiikiiiii an a
Or NEW YORK.
KICIIAltl) A. M'CrilDY, Presidenl.
The Largest, Strongest and
OFFICE-NO. 2 COTTON EXCIIMGE
JOHN F. WILKEHSON, Asent
Cotton Factors and
No. 3U Fif nt Street, Corner
ii, r,.i f Inns. (Jlarr-s. Nonirat
Cream Bon Rons, Fine- French Handmade trcami ana
Ton Bons, Chocolates, Ices and Nongatiues.
Too can find these gooda " AT RETAIL," in any quantlllea, at
The Peters & Sawric Co.'s Uetall 4taousninen
Ko. 43 J IIVi-moii Slre?t,OpnolleTliclr Fnclory.
Theae are tho finest onfectiona that the
naflrTrv Mr "lVew CVh
JN0.B.T00F. K. h. McQOWAnV J. 8. McTIQEB. w.q. pattkson.
Toil IcSowan Go.
Wholesale Grocers and Cotton Factors
Anl Dealers In 1tc anl Itailroad Supplies,
Ko. 374 Trout Street Memphis, TennesseCr
DEAN & LILLY
( offee Roasters,
AND DEALERS IN
?05 Main St. (Lee Block)
PLEASANT TOJHE '
TEE GBEAT BLOOD KvH.
For Drapepala,all derail ;emnl
f tbe Dlgeatlve Organ and tbe
l,lTer, Slain Dlseaana. Vula, llnrna,
Scald and Hrulaea, ACID IRON
E A It Til la a apeclllo.
Rheamatlani, malarial Dlaor-
dera, Obronle Dlarrbosa and ol
tlnate eaaea of Blood Poisoning-,
yield without fail to Ita wonder
fail eaumttve power.
A tot-free pavnayklot. So ae katd
f all dealers er aeaat, fjaotpnM,
from tbo A. I. E. Co., BldMIe, Ala.
PRICE, FIFTY CENTS.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
At Wholesale Dj VAN TLKET& CO.
Question la enxaginronr agricultural eoai'
munlty. Memra. B. Q. CR Aid A CO., No
87 and SO Union (treet, Memphla, Tenn.,
daily In reoeipt of
reports on rrowlh In diversified cropping
corn, oati, wheat, rye, barley, eereala, and
orohard, herds, olorer, tall meadow oat-
graas and timothy araaa
All our worn out seage ltndi may be ra
olaimed by towing rye and olover on them In
fall or apring, or sowing oow-peat la May,
June or July, then tarn under, and
Improve the land.
U. G. CUAIG at CO.,
Agrloultura Implemeata and Seed Dealers,
j. p. iiolst & mo.
(8CCCE8S0KS TO U. H. HOLHT BBO.
nAVB BKMOTED TO
Ko. 330 SECOND ST., MEMPHIS,
A FULL and oompleta stock of Wood and
Mtlho OaBaj and Cakts, Clothov
...4 r..w. ot,,i itnr .i p.nhai alwavi on
hi oil. aer Order bT tclearauh promptly
Koch's Pat. Store
KI.VIKfi IariinAtaii1t frt mfnt HTIT Heed
orbuBinedg. Ft is ohaapor than old tylo, Cn
be put up by any ono. lJurqniilHl for
i'Antry Htm nurifrn. auuium
KOl'lI A. 11. CO., IIfrs
Sll JttlN NT., l'i:oitll, ILI.,or,
Nlinmaa. H'rlwrr..St. Lnnls.M
Cheapest Company in the World.
ot lWorroe, memphin, ' enn.
Caramels. French Fruit U laces.
Mempnia rupnc nave ever naa mo oppunuuur
hi l.or" "lellolon.,,,:SS
A NATURAL TONIC
AaM Iroa Karth.
Trade ill n r k .
M. n, GOOVEE & CO.
i vTnir i
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Holding,
Frames, Brackets, KcrolMVork, Kougn anu vnstmw
Lnmber, hhlngles, Laths, Water Tanks.
All kinds ol Wood Work Executed at Short Ketice.
Nos. 157 to 173 Washington street, Mpmplils. Tcnn.
ff A J I
SIEDGE BR0&, of Com, MIm.
Koi. 85 and 358 Front
(SCCCESSOKS TO MEACHAM A HOKTOBH
Old fnnil. Nn. fl
xUPOLEOH HILL, PresideBt.
H. J. T5
A QUARTER OF A MILLION'OOLLARS FULL PAID WITiU
H. ITJRBTKHHiIlf, WA.1.W141
a uiNurilT.n. D.
OtHee--19 Street, MenpMn, Teiilg
ifSfS EDIT1 IE!
All Cotton Covered by Insurance on Seaworthy Vessels c
Ginhouse. Sacks furnished to responsible parties.
124 and 126 POPLAR
D. W. FLY.
P. B. HBRK0N.
Lat. ot Co&eeville.Miae.
Late ol Coinmeroe, Miss.
fly. mwm & HOI
Cotton Factors and
324 "Front Street
er,T horatoi & Co
Cotton Factors, Wholesale Grocer
No. S0 front ml reef, t fleiupliit., TenSg
Buggies, Wagons and Harness,
NANCE COTTON PRESS,
Nteaui EuRlueH, Mnchlncry or AH Inscriptions,
333 SECOND ST MEMPHIS TERN.
. ' i t nf
' 1 f
AW A riJaHISChniX, ATTT AJtVD ,
llaaw, Cnnla DKndf MnlllimM f
Lath and Shingles, Flooring, Celling and Cedar Post
AND TRUST COMPANY.
- ' 0
BOARD OX" TH.TJ8THEH.
JAMES 8. KuBLNSON.
aw Depoaita received in luma oi 91 and upward, and interest allowed on aam. Semi
annually. .. .. . i
aw We buy and a.ll local Inveatnient Bonda and Seonritiea venerally, a taxea, aetaa
trnateet, and, in genera!, ezeont. any Inanoial basineaa reuniting a tula ao4 responalbie
aw'te ia'sue draOa, in inma to anil pnrohaasrs, on all parts of Earop.
bmt We have a eomrnodiona Vaalt for th. deposit 01 valuables, whioh ia at th. seme, el
our onstomera, Free of 1 berate.
1). T. 11A1)UN, President. EYfD. G0LUSM1TH, Yice-Presldent,
JAMES 5ATUA5, (Javier.
all kinds of Door and Window
JOHN E. BANDLE & COPKOPB'8,
98 Second St.' Memphis, Teanl
raFUNDERS & MACHINISTS,
JaVA. iUATTTanmTTnvna inn Ti V A LKRS IN
JTIVn VJ B AV A UIMVi-WU
Bradlord Corn and W heat Mill
Cotton Presii, Cotton Ulna,
Shafting, Pulleys it.
SPECIAL KOTICB-We arepropared to 411 orfletji
on anon notioe, for the eele. rated aaelirj
Wroaghi-n falley. We oarry in stock over
Two Hundred Assorted biacs.
WW Bend for Catalogue and Prloe-llat.
P. HOBFLEET, Besldemt Partner.
Street - - MeropTda Tena,
Union St.. Memphis.
yr. 5. W1LKEBS0 Tlce-Pretdeae
AB9 HABIII jslisumw.
IOTC 'OW -s)
JAMES KSQiLT, WWW LOAlt
irntafl. w. P. BHHKt.w ,iSit
Late of Brooka, Neeiy AOe.
MeiPhla TetiTi. n
H E BAH
MICHAKL GAVIN. i. 8. HANDWERKIBJ
TIIOMA8 BOYLE 1MVTD P. HADDKN.
JOHN W. COCURAV. JAMES A. OMBEKU.
SOL COLEMAN, KYVI). OOLDSMITU.i
WM. BAIZKNBKRaER, HAliDWW PIRK8.