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MEairms daily appeal Friday, octobeu 22, isse.
THE HRS.MES ROME
RELATIONSHIP OF HER HUS
BAND 10 HENRY CLAY.
Captive Indians and the Governor
of Arizona Unearned Eallroad
Lauds National Banks.
Washington, Oetobpr2L The Com
miction of I'otollice IpecUra who
made an esanun -t on ol toe rutlariel'
phia post. Hue have it aJe their report.
'ihtyeiy they li d IV; t master Har
i y a young man eomom ha-, lacking
in bt'siarm cxperienc, bit tionest
and utaircus of makirg a good Mr vie?
taat many in slakes nave been rradi
intte delivery dpaitinent; that tho
commit bio n btlievs many of the
were reado on pnrpse by bjiiib of th
old carriers, who would intect'onally
Rive the new tren lett-rj which did
net b.-long to their routes; that hii
was dote to foice the rotm: stiir
retain certain ULht raou, and t'.ie com-
m.'fsmn recorami nas mat, as las', is
one rf tvo?e intentional errjts cm be
cer aiuiy w.u, ine guilty man can
Dividend), lor Ordllo. or load
voni nnuunai isnuaa.
VAsniNcio, Oetobrr 21. The
Conptrolw cf the Currency Lur de.
eland diViduls to tlio rred t ore 1 1 in
solvent nitouil binksa9 loi'ows: Tlis
JPiiBi Na'iorjl Bai k el Sionr Falls,
Dak ,. a flrft dividend of 20 per ivnt
of caima proved, nmouctiriif to $49.
33; the Ma ine Notorial Bunk of the
Cit i of "enr Yi.rk, a feventh dividend
of 5 per Bw t,, tusking in ail 50 per
cen on clii r,n t roved aouuntifg Id
Si 4i9,58i); iLe Pacific Nvio at Batik
of Los'.oi', a fourth dividend of 5 per
cent , nukin in nil i.0 per c-nt. on
tva'ms proved, "mount nn to J2,'.fll,'
9!7: Hie rat aatomil Banket An
gehca, K. Y., a tec nd dividend of 25
per etnt., m ii ing ia all 7o per cent, on
clairxs pioved, auinuntirg toyi'J.feiJ.
Tb Unearned Itnilronil Luni'i,
WAuiiiOT0?i, Ootober 21. The In
terior BeraMraent hrs in cont-mpU'
ticn a plan by which the cllcrta to
forf;it the unnamed land grant:
wh'ch vera untuccessful in Congrcre,
may be su-cestui through deprt
rrifn .'il ec'i n. The law offi;era of
the. L&nd Ottke Lave the subject now
unter consideration, and it the w
eliall meet t' e npuroval cf the Secre
tary of the Interior, it will be put into
op3;a':ion. tjiine vne ago tho in
terior Department decided that na
land g-ant ro?d should be conr.id.-rtd
to have earned i s grants until it tied
nlid a terfictcd p at of its entir
road erd of the granted land claimed
proceeding irom tin decision as a
basts, it ia autre -i-ted that a tuit ma?
lie againtt the Northern Pacific road,
in which tho fcoverr. input will mini
tain that it is not entit'ed to an? cf
the lend which it c'airae, for instance,
in the Kraut from Dulutii to Puget
eosnd, because these lands were not
earned, and tho perfected plat for
that part of the roati ws not fl ed
with.n tho time prescribed. This
theory proceeds, rf coa'St", upon tbe
assumption that the road could not
cam any of t'jo lend if it did not earn
tl.e whole graot, and on this tbeory
the Secretary of the Interior wiil
dcobt!ee3 be raked to doclcro the
lacds foifeitdd and open to sct'.le-uient.
The Slury of Kvrtiua Yokes.
1 VTashinqio, October 19. The
Washington Critic this a terrjo n has
tho following inttratting slory of
Korina Yokes: Mrs. Cecil 'CUy ia the
proper name of Mis. Kotina Vokw,
who eppe.ii-8 at Albaugh'a this we'k in
a new p'ay by Pintr?, author of A
Wi'e l'tril, which Mre. Langtiy
made co famous, and her husbaud ac
eoinpanies ber i-a manager of a picked
compsnv cf G'glish aitists.
"Wadiingio.i is vtry hijhly es
teemed by my wife and ruyeelf," said
Mr. Clay, "rind, basides, I take a grett
del cf interest in the city because my
Wrcthtr Krntst wus htra for a lorg
time and made many de irable ac
quaintance1!. While L?rd Lyons was
jVliuistor to this country my brother
was coma cted with the Legation as
secretaiy, end when he leturced to
England be semed never to tire in
sounding the pra ses of Washington
aid i s people. Af er an abset.ee of
nbout ten year?, my w)f i returned to
WashitgtJD. for a short s;aon b st
yepr to find is thoroughly changed,
ard.asi So declared, the handsoinesc
city she had ever visited. One of the
heirlooms in our family, by the way,
is a letter wn'tun by the great Kou
tuckian, II nry Clay, to Sir Arthur
Clay, of Eiieiend, m rrsD Jiise to a r
ti? t f ;r inhrtn itinn ab.iut the fauily
in America. It was clearly demon
strated that we were cf tho eauio
lineage, so that na.urdlly our Ameti
c tn cousins are very cbee to U9 in
every aenso t f the word. '
oral Assembly of the Knights of Labor
at Richmond, cailinn on cii?ar mukers
woo are members of th loteriia'io'
Union and alsi of tho KobU of I.
cor id cnocse whmh nf th omaniza-
tions they shall follow, crfated a g eat
aeai oi comment in this city. All ot
the enjar makers here are members of
ootn orders and to a man will to
nounce allegiance to the Kn'ghts of
At th Ohio PonHrnlinrr The De.
vonrluK Klrniout Eliiewhere,
CoLrMBis, 0.. O tober 21. A d
s ru.tive trj occurred at ihe Obi
P.-n tent'ar; here at an eirly hour
I tin morumg. 1; wai located in th
northern ptrticn cf the inclncure, i
tho middle row of shop. The fi
had its origin in the ehrp of the
Colnmbu3 Whsel ai d Bending Cnrn
pauy, owned by Kbcrly. Kiiiian drCo
mc8i of the firm being residents of
Pennsylvania. At the north tide is
locatfd the cooper phrp, on the cast
Ihe chair shop of the J. W. Dnn
Company, a builJire similar
sitt acd construction to the wheel
shop. On the west Bide of the wheel
shop is the Gill Foundry, and at the
south the hoe thop. Allot these are
tine urict s niciurep, niieii with ci
pensive matbinerv and fine stcctr
tiiU3 making the lira ia the center of
inach valuable property. To add to
the danger, the gasworks and law
reservoir were ioia ed jmmediut'ly
ei st cf the chtir shop, 'he distance
eepprad. g all the buildings being
merely Burrow 8 ree'a o.- passage ways.
l tie prison lire depanuunt were nn
abla to eccompbsh acythiitg, from the
fict tbut tse sUndpine d d not eiva
tbo requ:.rd iressnre. The city de-
partsihflt did net reach the flra for
lien an ncur a!W the buildinirs wtre
well burning. There was but one
totally des'toyed aud two o hets were
par.ia ly burned out inside Ti e
totid lots will not reich over $20,000,
and it a about ha.I covered by in
Snpposed IncenUlarjr Fit.
Gkano Lhdoe, Mien.. Ootob'.r 21.
About 1 o'cluck this rmrninir fire
broke out in the curtun rol'er factory
and hefo'e the flanus were controlled
abect 250 feet of tu.ldincs licit.c the
nv-ir canic were des'roved, ir eluding
Ilickson, Tiokham & Co.'e pawmill,
Waldo & West d plauirg mill and the
chair ct,.,ry. Leg?, $30 000; lLSur
ai ce, $v;i00. The tire is supposed to
have been incendiary and an investi
gaticn is in progress.
To Establinh n Notional Rrndlcale
to Advance and nnlntala l'rlcen,
PirrfDURG, Pa., October 21. Pre-
imtuary steps have bean taken bv
the window glass manufacturers to
es-b,is:i a national syiiica'e, the
ol: ject being ti advance nd maintain
prices. ihep!an mbimttjd couleu
plp.tisthe forma' ion of an O'gan ni
ion cr stock company into wfciea
every nienibor thall l av S100 D-r not.
ma moi ey to ne lorieittd it such
mtmber violates any of the uules
such as seliinic under the establihhed
puce. The tyndicete is to buy las
ficrali-as needicg money at a fixed
pi ice; co ice of price fixed is to b.i
sent manufacturers in other districts.
and if prices are cut by them, the
8S?Gciation la to sell m their market at
tuch pi ices t s will mike their terri
tory unprofitable to the in. Toe agree-
meiit is to become binding when 05
per cent, of the manufacturers sign it.
The Vnptlve Indiana. .
WAsnrNGTON. Oc'ober 21. It is to
day learned that the District Attorney
cf Arizona recently leprcsi'nted to the
Attorney Ganeial that KUflicient evi
dence was obtninable to convict Gero
ninco and tu braves of murier before
a civil ttibanal, and that in view o!
that fact Gov. Zulick, of Arizona, had
requeetcd the President to cause the
military efficets to surrender tho hot
tiles to the civil authorities of the
Territory for tml. Notwithstanding
this request, the action of the Presi
dent in ordering the confinement cf
the Indians it to't Pu kens, Fia , is
Ec:eptcd at the War Debarment as
cacc'usive euJonce of the intention
of the government to treat them as
prisoners of war, and not as ordinary
marauders amenable to civil lur.s
Revenue Heceipla Bond Call.''
Wash rtTON, October 21. Tho rev
enue receipts of this mouth have aver
aged j-l.OilO. (iU.i a day, and are now
about $12,001,000 in excess of the ex
renditares durin; the eame period.
Tho financial niiuatioi is regarded at
theTreasuiy Depbrtmetit as favorable
for another cll for 3 per cent, bonds,
and it is pro', aide that one will be is
sued in a few days.
nrpredMtiouit 1'pou I'nbllc Timber.
Washintjn, October 21. Commis
sioner Sparks his made a report to the
Secretary cf the Interior, upon in
formation received at the General
Land Office, to the eflect that the
Montana Improvement Company is
making extensive depredations upon
public timber on unsurveyed land
along the line of the 'o tl;ein Pacific
railroad under an agreement with tbe
railroad company, and that private
surveys are being made by the timber
company, with a view of cla ming that
the lands depredated upon are odd
sections belonging to the railroad
comp-iny, and not to the United States.
Tho Commisfi n r, in bis report, urges
a vigorous prcsotuiion against both
Will Renonuee A lira lance o E
Sedalia, Mo., Oc'ober 21 .The res
elation recently adopted by the Gen-
Joliu Bright on tho Schandborst
London, October 21. John Briabt.
who was invi ed to attend the pre
sentation to Mr. Schnadho-tt at Bir
mingham, writes that he greatly ap
proves the services of Mr. Schnadhorst
and the manner of marking them, but
liens to be excused Irora attending the
ceremoDy becauce, es he would be ex-
ected to sj-ealr, he does not wieh to
est blame npoa former fiiendf. and
therefore thinks it best to remain ni
lent until the former harmony in the
Liberal party has been restored.
Mr. ltyndman, one cf the Socialist
letdeis, has written a letter n which
ho niakea thee propneals for relief of
tto unemployed: That no wnrkeis
for government railways or similar
public monopolies labor fer more than
ght h';urs daily, thus rendering nec-
es ary tho employment of uioie per
sons; that, all U''cu!tivjtrdcrjwn lada
Buit tb'.e be cultivated, the profits ac
cruing thertfrorn to be divided amont
ihe woikeis; that all possible public
worsbo begun immediately, the cost
of the initial pt, ceedinss aud tbe pay
ment of wrges to be borne equally by
tho rato payers and the State, and that
tree dinnern be given to the needy
aim D?ara to ecnool childn n.
The Chrontde't B. rlin com spont'ent
insists that Lord Kandolnh Churchill
had a long conversation with Count
Herb -rt Fi6marck during the former's
stay lu isernn.
The Intrimiing- llawtians.
Loncon, October 21. A traveler
"rom Bokhara who has reached Pesh
uwan, on the Afghan fror t:er near the
Jvnjbpr rase, reports that the Km
eians have completed the Merv and
Oxus railway to within five stages of
Kargkhs. He also gives the following
lHiormation: ino Governor ot rasa'
kend has summoned several Moham
medan officers for political purposss
ine ituestans intend to eitabiish a
military cantonment for 30,000 men at
bhirabad, near Bokhara. KuFsian of
ficers disguised as U.ibeck merchants
are actively engaged in Badakshan in
specting Ihe ci.adel and the passages
to India, ine traveler aso r-ports
that the C.M is di pleaed 1 1 the Ameer
of Bokhara for refoeir.c to enlibt Kus-
stans among niB troop.
Protest AgRint Rrltiob Orcupation
London, October 21. The Si. Jama
Cazille says that M. Waduincton.
Fietjch AmbES3cdor to Lond m.ac ing
ucder instructions from h:s govern
ment, has protested on beha f of
! ranee agair.bt the British occupation
of Egypt. The peper adds that France
and Turkey are in complete accord in
their opposition to the occupation and
that Kusiia supports them.
In Bemnrd to I'g-ypt.
Iondon, October 21. The Earl cf
Iddesloigb, British Foreiun Secretary,
is engaged in an active exchange of
communication with the Ports re
specting the British occupation of
TUE FAIR. IT DELEJ.I. SSSSSSSSSSSSS
YERr LiRHF. ATIESDAN.E YES.
1ERDAY UOOD SPOKT.
Bicycle Kaie the (Jreat Attraction
f the Day Ihe Jtcmphf
Eaecs Next Week.
For Fifty Years the great Remedy for
S I Blood PoisonanaSkin Diseases.
ISriCULTO TBI irriAL.I
Helena, Akk., Oc:ober 21. Today
being Mis.-issippi dav and ths third
day of the Heler.a Fair, an unusually
la ga crowd ta in a tundauce, thero
being ovtr 3000 p.o.la on the
grounds neariy an dry, t.f who-n fully
eovtn-eiiht(.s wi re vis t rs to Ho ena,
many of them ei-tire Ftmngeip. The
siraugtrs a l receive t'.?e mott courte
ous consideration born tho cit zeus of
Helena, who tty to make their stay
pleasant ml profi'nhle. Among the
vieit irs to the grand 8td lo.fay were
Miss Pet Ga'loway, of Memphie, who
is visiting her friend, Miss Anna Lee
Pol--, cf to'scilv: M ss J.eni Alcnrn.
of Ejgle's NtBt, Miss., a .d Mies He-1
bron, ol 1 -eland. II ss . all f whom
have many warm admirers in lhenoti.il
circles cf Memphis and Helena There
were to many prominent gentleman
from the country contiguous to Hele
na tkat it would be uneh'ss to t ttempt
to detail them. One Memphian, wno
finding e ) many home folks hero, bad
bis interett arou ed tullicientiy to
a.'tnally c. u t the Mempt.it people
uow in attendance at the fair aud
mode it 225, net a ha i showing for eld
Mempuis, is :t .' Ihevaioall down
here lor fuu ar.d f . on tlie vtits thev
ara going cne cn't but ho'p be'ievirg
that they are gettinn what they came
for, and ihey ijever let. an opportui.ity
t lip to le. tne people know that Mem
phis will m-xt week rxt nd a cordial
we coidb to all who iniv c mu to wit
ness the races. As all o! the races to
y were rur.ning onts the )aJi,?s
werin iheirelemtiit, the hid es being
parti il to .ho diali and eota. d no
along in a running re ce a?d indifi'erent
to the quiet jog of the t ot.
The li'6t race was runn'ng, n ile
heate, two in tin re, with three Htar,
ere Barbaro, Wild Knaai and Fanny
B Barbara wou the race in two
straight heats Sccoi.d A'ai. Mile
and a quitter di'Bo. Two starters
Leroy mid Peacock. Leroy won tho
rate. 27iird Rate. For two year o!da,
half mile dath. Two utarters- Ladv
Tiieber and Ldy Bian-be. Lady
Trieber won tins race. The five mi.'e
cycle race butween Dr. Johiuon. o'
Holly Spring?, and JaaieB Beatd, of
Little Rock. vaa watched with inlereet
by the c:0d. to whom that is, except
tho;e from Mempbi", a rovel sight,
many nf tbe natives never havinur
Been a bicycle retort', and wuM have
supposed, bed they been asked wiiat
tbey were, that it ws tho much
neded fifth wheel to a wegin.
liie ljllowlnir premiums were
awarded torlay : B?s mule over three
vears o'd, Jas. A. Bush; best mule,
two yeais old, Jas. Hnrr's o!orid;
be;t mule colt, Louis Harbfr. Hogs,
olend China breed, hot boar, Jas.
A. Bueh; boat s;w, Jai. A. Buih:
Berkshire breed, best hoa', A. J.
Xoouitson: best sow. Htds Park Ivo
Ktick Comi'nny; h;st pg, Henry
Lohtnann; Dur e breed, best boar,
etr Meug'z; re"t bow, lWan Gist.
pp. S.ui hilown breed, best lamb.
O. I'd k ; bes; ram. o::e year old, Hyde
Park Live Siojk ComnHiiy ; bwt rain,
to jpfl.n old, Mrs. Vf. K. B irliuit:
best flock of Southdowng, O. Polk ;
Co swocl breed, beet ram, Ja. A.
Inten sting Treatise on'Blood and Skin Diseases
mt iled free to all who apply. It should be
.carefully read by everybody. Address
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta. Ga.
s s s s s
BY MUTUAt CONSENT, th firm of Aluton, Crowell Co. la thin dsy diiwotTed. K. W.
Crowcll rotiri,-. Tho remaining partnert, P. t. Alaton and H. 11. Mury, will con
tinue the baaineaaat the old aland, corner 1'rout end Union airenta, uauniiDit all linbiliiiea
end colleotint all outstandinjf aooounti. K. W. CHOWKLL.
1 H A l.s ro
Memphia, Tenn.,Stitemherl, lSWfl. if. H, MAVRV.
-On retiring i iwti, I bnaiicxk fcr my lueoeaaon a eontlnuation of the lihrl pitron
act heretofore extoojed the old firm. K. V. CKOWD.LL.
ALSTON, MAURY & CO.
FADER, FRANK & CO.
Colli HsloHe Crncers
301 Front Street. OppowUffCnutloni IToHwe.
IL, FONTAINE & CO.
Cotton Factors and Vholesalo Grocers
Front St., rffemphla, Tena
EEL, FONTAINE & GO.
Cotton Factors, Commission Merchants,
Mo. lid Sonth Kin In Rt.. m. Jjtnla.
MANUFACTURERS OF FIRST-CLASS
Steam Enginos, Uoilprs and Tank Work, Cotton (Jins, Cottci
Trcsu's, Wood Pulleys, iShaltin", Agilcultural
and Plantation Work,
ASU DKALEK8 IN
Corn .EL:o.dL S5-w IVIills-
W We kaTe tho LAHQBST WORKS of the klndln the Vnllod ftatea, and will meet
piloea foraiuno nuulity of work. tend for Catadogvo, Prioe-LiaU
I. D NIHJ, Prea'l, UG(. Ail OLU, V -Prea't. W.U.HESSEUir.Haj'.
DOES A GENERAL FIRE & MARINE BUSINESS.
ItS-Country Stores, Dwelling and fJiuhoiiNC a Npet-inlty.
-Lossca AtljiistotI Promptly, nutl Paid at Hfeiuphlfi,
W. . WILKERS0N, GEO. AOLD, J. W. KICUAKPBON. T. F. DUFFIN
W. P. PUNAVANT. T. n. PIVS. JOHN AllMTSTEAO.
GRAIN, PRODUCE, HIDES, FURS, Etc.
LIBERAL ADVANCES ON CONSIGNMENTS.
SOS. H and H IIXIOIV WTHKi:T. - . ItimtPniS, TE.5T.
DEALER IN WALL PAPER
Window Sbndcs, riclure Kail Mculdings and Mixed Taints.
HOUSE, SIGN AND FRESCO PAINTER.
3S. 835 M: 0M WTIIKUT Ml MI'HIS. ti:
KELLY, EOPEEi EEILLY,
J. C. NEELY.
8. II. BIOOK8.
H. M. NEELY.
Refutes to Admit American Cattle
Free er Ualy.
Winnipeg, October 21. The North-
e tern Council has le'nstd 1 1 sreede
to tbe pet tion of the Homeland Pii
cili!! Gcmparjy, of Wo d Moutitain,
for tbe admitsion of cattle from the
United States free of dntv. The re a-
Bnn aligned is that tbe matter prop
eily ba ongs to the Domim'oa Govern
mnt. Trie Manitoba Gove'nmHnt ia
takinas epa toward the re kf of the
tufftiieni by the icceni destructive
A FERPEI UjL IXJUXCTIOX
Obtnlned by Prof. Thcorturn Thnman
J(lulilM' lorn .71 u-
New Yobk, Oh ober 21. A mrs', im
portant decision I a just l)oin ren
dered by Justice Potter wliich is of
especial int8rfst to ell niuaicr.l re.
fons. It will be rpmembtirBd that the
Musical Union rliiected to the Der-
formance of any of thcii members in
coaopary with an imprrterl obiioplay-
e nL'aiifld by Thetdoie Tnomas. antf
enforced their objection by tines and
thrfatentd exp'ilsioD. It wan in V8in
that Mr. Thomas ured the fact that
thpr w'f e no :bne tJayer in the union
cup .ble of plavincr the mDsio rKinind
of him. Tbe union inw's ed upon en
forcing their union rule?. Tt e oboe
player in questi n was perfectly will
ing lo join the union, but was pre
vented from doing so by a by-law ol
tho orcsciza'.ion which matio it noc-
siry lor him to bo f ix months in the
conn ry l efore he cou'd cb am ad-
mifsion to the ord r. In this emer
gency far. ihotnai applied for and ob-
ricd an miunc ion restr lnii'e the
uioa from interferir e wi h its ini'ni-
crs or punishing the m ir r p'ayine in
company with performers who wore
not union mf-n. Ju'tio Pjt'er lies
irivcu his dec'sion in favor of Mr.
TlicniHH, the plaintiff, holding thut
tho by-laws of the defendant forbid
ding members to play with non-union
tuou are in res raint nf Ircda and
against public policy, and void. He
nisi issu-s a perpetual ir junction for
bidding these laws from bfing put
into operation against the plaintiff,
Clrcnlor lo Ihe JPapnl Niiarloe.
Rome, Octaber 21. Cardinal Jacob
ini, P;.pal f-'ecretary of Stato, following
tlie ropes lEstraclion", tins sent cir
onlt ra to all the Papal Nuncios abroad
direclirg th"ir attention to tbe prin
cipal political and ecclesiastical ques
tions cf the day and urging thnm to
cudivate eoid relations with the dif
ferent governments with a view to-
wnrd improving the situation of the
church throughout the world.
Wholesale Arre. ol Kleclloa Jadgea
Chic ago, III., October 21. Jmfge
Prenderjia t this moroinc iesucd an
order f r the arrest of ovr forty elec
tion ju 'ges and clerkp. Their offense
consists in Dot retiming the r-iiif try
books to the Election Oomniifsioners
within tht lime prfsrr bfd r.y law.
ES, NEELY k 60.
GROCERS, CO TTOI FACTORS,
And Commission Merchants,
HZo. 367 Front Street, ; Memphis, To mi.
LIYERY, BOARDING AND SALE STABLE
No, 1521 Second Street SfenipulM, Tenu.
wrlflno gt-ol..-yai arWtyllai It Tn rn on .
ir ocers & Cotton Factor
IV. Vats Street, flay Rlocbc.
HER GARBLE WORKS
Corner Adams and Second Sts.
WI DKSTRK TO CALL YOUR ATTKNTION TO fll'K LARtlR HTOCK OF FIWINH F.l
MAKUI.K. We ure invarel tofurniab new Work Irom Inteatdealiina on abort notloe.
ALL WOKK WUAIIANTEED TO BE FIIIST CLAStt
In every roaiiect ami to give entire aatiaftictlon.
We aoltcit jronr patronage and reqneat that you call, examine our itook, prlcea, eto..
before ttnrrhii.lna' ele.wbi.rn.
Kos. 201 anil 203 Madison Street, Memphis, Tcnn.
We N. BROW1,
Liberal Advances ou C'oiiHljfiiuientir.
2(5 Front W.reet. : : Mem fill Ik, Temi.
IaATEHV IMP1IO VJKI HVIaJII gink
JtKST Taaraonl and Niimiile 4jiiiirnnl l. o0od weight, and remittance trrornir
ly maite. All Cotn n Inturd while tn Tranalt anil at Uln. Hacka Urnlabed on ar
I'lirnlicn. Wc na thn "Pnlnii irnloiirtfr" and nnloinl all wii..n cotton, (liven, atrial
Ipeer s Cotton Gin
LUMBER TARB !
BrMlGT Car Worts Mannfacrflr Co
I y aiaa,
Brlnkley, Ark., nTunnfaclurers ef
YELL01Y PINE AND OAK LUMBER.
ASI DGALERH 1M
Doors, Stub, Sllsl". Drsed Flooring, Oiling, Weather-UordIr,
wOnr faollltt.a art nninrpaaaed by any aawnlll In the Routs for Hl'inordra promptly.
Floorint , Cellibr, Hi.lioa, Stop Lnmker and Crpreaa Kbinitlea a apeclaltri alao, Kraulaa
Lumber ef all dimanaiuni. We make the Whuleaale Unainen a apeoial fiature. Oraea
aonoiiea ana promptly nuea.
OHO. ISAlfJIlliXiJms, AGENT,
Z7.'124 Jefferson Street Memnjiis. Tenneiiei
J. A. BAILEY.
. K. WiTI.
J, A. BAILEY & CO.,
33 G Second street, Memphis.
A LARGE AND COMPLETE STOCK OF PLUMDKRS, OAS AND STEAM FlTTERA
Material!, Putnna, Drive Weill, Iron, Lead and dtone Pipe, Ota Flxtarea, (llohea, Kte
A-NDEHW 8TEW1ET, Ksw OrlMuui. ANDRBW D. QWTUNX j MmfUi
, GWYHBE & GO.,
SO. SOU AAD 80S FllOffT BTKEET, XUSPUXl, TE3Sm
STEWART BROTHERS h COUFAIll
(XtoON FACTORS AND C03BISSI0N lEECIIANTS,
IRW OKLRAIVrt. IMVWJkS
I 1 ' "WW
pTTTwrfH! with rtr!(t rpjrtnl to Pnrlt. Ptrntrth tm
llcatttif tilnpn. lr. IMit-'i Pakinir I'nwdT runt.ln
no Ammonia, I, imeAhim or I'honphaUn. Vr. I'l-irr"!
Ex Lr acts, VaUiiU, Luumml, etc., flavor dcUciouaJ.
PRfCe BAKING POWDER CO. Chicago and SI LaiSC
'H'lfl FW WWII l.IHW .WU
GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS
And Commission merchants,
SGO and 203 Front St., Memphis, Tcnn.
Hilling from Mulberry to St. Martin Streets
Insurance and Sacks free.
WThe Largest and only Complete Gin in the city.
ftarBost, Yield. Best Samplo.
Late of J. S.
Day A Son;
W. II. HOItTO,
Late of Moacbaiu A llorton.
i. w. BAii.rr.
Lata of Bailey k CoTlarietH
DAT, HOETON & BAILEY,
GROCERS AND COTTON FACTORS,
360-362 Front Street Mcmuliin Tenn.
Quarter or a Century in the Hardware Business.
Nos. 323 and 324 MAIN ST.. - MEMPHIS, TENN.
GUNS, STOVES, TINWARE,
iitiVEnr PUMrs, points, wpe.
COTTON AND WAG0X SCALES.
EVAPORATORS AND SORGHUM MILLS.
E, m, APPERSON &
Wbolesale Grocers & Cotton Factors,
304 TRONT RTRTJET. 7jTEMPTTT5. TENW.
fhm I. Sullivan.
U. J. OiaVk.
T7holeaale Oroeere, Cottom Factor
And Commission Merchant,
232 mi 234 Front 31., MompMs, ffono.
' - BRWIU AD1K1 AID mMI, .
Jtl. L V. UlIKIT d.roUa all whole time U the welihtnr aad aale of all Cettea titrtftgi
U ap. Kr... CI..H.K W,n.hnm. w..l,lt,rA. .ti.
COTTON FACT0KS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 331 Front fetrect, Cor. Union, 9Ieiuphi, Tens.