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ME BLUFF, ARK.
HIST 8TEPS TOWABB BACE
AMALGAMATION.
Ik Dread 1 hat Has Soixed an An
kaablan Bicanse the M'Lltcs Are
Etodly to the Blacka.
To the EJilon of th Appeal:
Vist IiLDFr. Ark.. OctoW 23.
Some days ko tliere appeared an
editorial la tlm Aitkal doprecRtirg
tke oes of the term colcnd for that cl
rraTo. It waa t noely and judicious.
and the qneetion shun'd be settled by
eallia.2 the ia e nerops, and a'l
. fcon rura journals would act wiaaly
when ever tallo 1 upon to mention the
name of pee u tins rare to coapio it
with the ra;e name. Ni groea they
vera created and negroes ll ey inn t
remain. The nemo neitro aa to
arivm tkis rare la derim in, c.r ana
brand, but a, the rf aonable nomen
ciatura of the ecientigt. The lace -nay
not like the word, but that is n)
reason why the Southern white peo
ple must all bow to its illogical spd
s'tiveneas. Milksop tolitelami, hi'lc
steis and Yankees may well teni porno
with the nero and tycoptiantly ciii
kim pet namts, but let ititip there
and not pass current in print.
Words have a significance, which
frequently Ut ouUeixh thought or
intuntion. The term Methodist, once
given a few theological Btiidonls at Ox
lord, in KiiBland, in now the precious
title of millions of onr fellow crea
tures. There is also a moral power in
words a power which may either
raise or quail a revolution. For in
stance, when Ciciar's army niu'inied,
so arjrameiit fiom interest or Iroru
reason could persuade them ; but upnn
kis addressing them as Quirites! the
tnranlt was inslaotly hushed.
In Georgia there yet live mon in
whore hearti the dampr-ned Area cf
fifty-six years will rekad'.e and blaza
feith in fl islilng eyes at the words of
"Troup and the treaty." Think of the
effect In ant bellum times of the
words "No more compiomise," "Free
trade and sailors' right," "The irre
pressible conflict," "Abolitionist,"
and, later, of "Caipet-bnimnr." Now,
who can eettmate the eflect on the
civilization of this country tidy years
hence by the substitution of the word
colored far that of negro? The
deferential obarqulonaneim of the one
will exalt to social digniths the sub
ordinated inferiority of the ether.
Our great enemies know that the ue
of the term rebol will ever place the
Southern people in an unfair and un
pleasant attitnda before the kar nf
history, hence their implacable peiti
a.ity in its nap. Ha, by the getierul
. accBpUtlm of the obsequious t 'rm
colored they i ropa.ie to relieve the
a.peritlts of lh race queetion, and in
sidiously, at last, to nee our seotion as
a "Zanobla lit und" to grace the tri
Dmnh of a prob'em of civilization for
whfch we bavdno sympathy or respect.
The
TET IDKA
now at the bottom of the hearts and
interwoven with the brain structure of
the Northern rostrum and pulpit, is,
to enforce the qu?8'.iou otcocial equal
ity by the suut o methods of religion
and.education. They aie fanatical on
this subject. They once proposed to
do this by positive law, and the colos
sal tyrant, Grant, thought he had the
United Htatcs Supreme Court packed
for the purpose, as he did on the re
construction measures. "Mix the
schools" is now the war cry,and, mark
yon. the success of the Blair bill will
be the leverage to lift the black bench
to an even plane with the white in the
schoolrooms of the United Htatee. Dr.
Mayo, of Bos on, the great apostle of
this creed, who has lately been achiev
ing national 'noloilety by journeying
in the Bouth in the alleged interest of
pnblio instruction, was called to an ao
coant through the columns of the Ap
riAL in regard ti a pamphlet he
wrot3 on this subject and circulated
throagh the National Bureau of K.lu
ation. And on being questioned of
the truth thereof by the Huperlntend
ent of rublic Schools fir the
State of Arkaufa, he ad
mitted that he wished to see the ques
tion in the 8j hern States left where
it was in MaflBachusetU that la
without any legal enactment in
regard thereto. This fettloi Dr.
Mayo. But while I sin writ
ing I hear the sound of drums
and the ringing shoots of tho multi
tude and tin) atiniug notes of a brass
band. "Whit menus this noise and
exsiteinent?" say I to my hunt, who
Bits at my riaht "Go to t;ie door and
inquire." "There is treason iu the
camp I" It la
TUB I'INI DLCKP
Ivegro Fair Association, and a more
promiscuous arid miscellaneous com
mixture of ieo.le, black and white,
could not be conceived of. If Him
Jones and S nn Small were here
there woul I no, bs a grander dut ina
tion of public aentiuient, Tho Uir
fnitOomt adjourns in honor of It.
i ne judge is a n ritiern jtupuDiican. i
The eityilligh Buliool turasont ia obei
sance to the thickening enthusiasm.
A Massachusetts laJy is in charge of
this school. Members of the dtlfitreat
religieas denominations are all there,
and i see the pastors of some of these
churches thee in the dark throng.
There is gambling and hone racing in
full play and sweep. Sjme drinking,
of course. These pastors are South
ern gentlemen, likewise most of their
congregations. Bit,' Angelsand min
isters of grace defend us, these, too.
mixnd in with the African are men of
family, mtn who followed Tat Oleo
ma, Stirling Fries, Sidney Johnson,
Stonewall J 4rkson and Uobert K. Le.
The elite of Pine Bluff are there, with
their heartliBtones and tirMidea.
"Ayethers the rub!" Tablish it in
Gath; tell it in Ako!oti, Hut Pine
BlnfT, Ark , wa'tzes to the fiout in the
danca in the ihnl act of the coming
drama,
:THS ORBAT ONVTAHIIKI) CtVtL'l! mON."
Borne generous Southern men aided
in gotting up this f ir to encourage
the negroes iu houi st industries aud
nterp'ieai. This was commendable.
Seme white men of j idgemout should
have been there l.omcUy to day ti
lead their a 1 vice and niire d gnityof
control iu order to insure a t-uccess.
But the mark was fearfully over
reached and v ry many of onr beat
people have established a dubious and
a dangerous pre edent and one of
which the ni'gro will not be slow to
take advantage. It wis altogether too
social, too bee and taay ; it did not
sound well in busi nea or in tbe results
ought to be accomplished. The ne
gro ey now well demand equality in
our operations , e-tettainment at oar
church Mrs and a pew in the congre
gation and in f ont of tho-e minis era
who mixed with them and their fam
ilies at their fiir ground and on their
race course. Th promi'cuoua com
mingling of our e'egaiit ladiea.aona and
daughter with ih sable damns, tons
and daughters r,t Hm ia an affront to
the civil sition of the South and it
will receive a merit d rebuke. 'Cry
jtlood and spare net." lie who seeks
to justify it would readily seek to
condone the desecration of the moan-
menta over the graves cf Stonewall
Jackson and Robert K. Lee. Ariel
AT THE SI. CLAIR.
Mr. and Mra. 'U. V. Hlh
rot-ly Krmrmbired tpoa Their
Itpnrture for MemplilK.
Cincinnati Commercial: Mr. Clias. G
Roth, who for four ytarB and a hull
past hes had the manpgemezit ol tho
K . (Jiair Hotel, hfcB tevtred his con
nect on with that house, anil wi:i cn
Thurtday text, with his mtiumble
wife, leave the city for Memphis,
where he will take charge cf the New
Gayoso, one t f the line t hotel a in the
South. Mr. Frank Kicking, for mom
tl an a year past toncoctud with tho
K. Clair, succeeds Mr. Koth in the
management of that hons. The per
manent cue U ot the St. t air, to
whom Mr. and Mrj. ltoth, by their
uuif rm courtesy ai.u kinilnetp, tmd
greatly ocduared themselves, cou'd
not thii k of allowing them to depart
without taking wi'h them some toaen
of their regard. Confequently ycnt r
day morning they were invited into
tlm parlor cf the hoi;s, where in ore
coiner tood an elegant parlor
cahinet. with heavy plate gltus mirror,
and (urrnounted by a hamlson.e ham
mered brass lamp, while upon the
shelves were magnificent Hungarian
and rcyal Worcester var e., and con
taining heavy cards tied together with
white sntln ribbon, intcioed: Cin
cinnati, Ohio, Octobar 21, 1880. To
Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. Ko'.h, witb
the comp iinonts and bett wishes of
Mr. and Mrs. Gnorgs W. Bishop, Mr.
aud Ms. Oscar T. Kupel, Mr. and Mrr.
Samuel II. Taft, Mr and Mrs. Wesley
Canieion, Mis. E. H Minahall, M as
Cairie B ach. Mrs. O. G. Weasner,
Mis. J. M. Claik, Mr. B. B.njimin,
Mr. W. 0. (Jompton, Mr. Char es 11.
Biihoo, Mr. Joseph Wllron, Mr. and
Mrs. Wal er Gruveson, Mr. and Mis
Charlfi Melish. Mr. and Mm. O. D.
Bryant, Mr. and Mr. G. II. Barbour.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Turk, Mr.nnd
Mrs. S. Kaho, Mr. Samuel OJnrne,
Mr. I). W. Cluncey, Mr. F. Hahn,
Mr. N. Kockhold, Mr. A. Starbuck.
On one of the shelves was a beauti
ful royal Derby vase, inscribed, "From
Itev. k, Benjamin, M.A." In an
other corner of the room was a g ft
which was rcsived by Mr. It th with
far greater pleasure because it exhib
ited tho feeling with which he is re
garded by his employes. It was an
elegant mahngony writing dek, com
plete in all its dutiiils, and bore a card
inscribed, "Mr. and Mrs. Cha'les G.
Boih. with the comBliinsnts of the
employes of the ho. el." In taking
their tiepHrtura from this ci y Mr. and
Mrs. Koth will no louoweei by trie
beat wisbrg cf hosts i f friends for
thiir future success in life.
THE ritESENT MKS. SI'KAUUE
Atlnrlta I ho Ft rat Mra. Nprniie and
"Cilvra Her Jeaafi."
Nw York, October 20. Tbe pres
ent wife of Kx-Gov. Hnrague sends the
following to the World:
To th Editor! of tho World;
Methinks I hear you ray. on re
ceipt of this, "Oil, for a chestnut gong."
And the wonder is why the public iu
not Borced with thirty or f jrty years
of Kate Chase's intrusion upon them.
She bas said and written lor twouty
five years what she pleased about
Gov. Sprague with apparent impunity,
but wtien ehe or her satellites put
words into his mouth it is incumbent
upon me to deny it publicly. Gov.
Sprsgne has never uttered a harsh
word concerning her, bnt neither can
he indorse tentiments which he dees
not believe, wholly or in part. Since
Katherine Chaee has been agitating
the removal of her father's bedy she
has beguiled the interim by en
tertianing reporters with remi
niscences aud showing forth her
charms, assuring the public she mar
ried Gov. Sptague to further her
father's political inteiests, thus mar
tyring herself oa the altar of Mam
mon. A recent article in the Phila
delphia Timet, which has been exten
rively quoted, purporting to have been
an interview with Gov. Sprague, bnt
which in reality emanated from the
sime source as the reat, has de
manded, in justice to truth and de
cency, a denial in detail. I have felt
ever kindly toward her, for her actions
have given me the lova of the noblest
and grandest of men, and would ask
her to hesiiata ere sheb;ings into con
nexion w th ht'M a ne mi that belongs
wholly or entire to another. I de
mand that ahe dots not refer to my
husband in any f irm whatever. We
extend to her our united pity, which
she ever and will always romHinnd.
INK. BIMIAUUK.
Canonciut, Octobor ill, MHt).
-. . .
In the near Old Iys.
We differ in oreod and politics, bnt
we are a unit all the name on the de
sirableness of a fine head of hair. If
yon mourn the losa of tbia blessing
and ornament, a bottle or two of
Parker's Hair Balaam will make you
look as you did in tho dear old days.
It is worth trying. The only standard
(0 cents article for the hair. .
Th Loroniallv Enslaver Have an
Kaenrnlon.
Naw York, O.tober 20. The
Bro'herhood of Locomotive Engineers,
who are in annual session here, today
with their lady friends s'arted up the
river on an excursion ti Newherg.
- - . . . - 5
'SI
MOST JPERFCCT MADE
rrvprs1 with ertrtet mmn1 tn TVrHty. fttr-nirth M
1 1 fin Hi f iilitrMtv lr. I'riiv'n ltklnir Powtlvr mntAltta
Ed Amniotr,I,(m,A1tiinor rtiiuplmUi, Ir. t'rtr
KLimeto, VmlLU. Leinoit oto., flvvor stailoiMul
PMCC BAKWB POWOCIt CO. OHctyo ,
Asnaal Meeting of Stockholders.
Orrma oa Mraraia add Chi.istoii)
KilLlOi Co., 10 Wti.L Strut,
New ork, Oetoher 8, thAfl. )
0TI''E la h.Mbv iiiv.n (hat tha tal
Nrnlas of ll Stork holil.rn ot tha
MfinphU und 4 harlrpin Knllr ad
t ompitny bMil at th 081 a. of tha
C'laiimnT, ml haiilili, Aa.( 01
IhnrMlnj, lh Ilia 4UJ 9f Aovetu.
hrr, Isse.
Tha tranalor hooka f tha anmpaaT will r
Diatn oloaed from Uctobar llk io Wotambar
11th, both ini-lunlra.
L. M. PCI1WAN. Sooratarr.
Thtannta of tha aarara.1 autiona will far
Blah atoakboldara with fra tickati ta aad
Croat th maatini .
11. C. WaTOlt, Twaitrar.
'SPECIAL I
ilNMUHirmiri I
M ruurUHS I
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEALS-WEDNESDAY,
AdYertising Pays!
Unqueslionably it does, vim tU artiete
and an htmat adverlutmenl will ay tint
ii-i .i .i . ... .
ywjiumrr, uus auvcriuer, ana ine reaaer.
In this article we have nothing to nay
about the profit to the publisher or the
advertiser. We confine ourwlves to the
profit to be derived by the reader from
the advertising of a vuhmhlo medicine
sure to perform all that is promised for it.
We are a nation of universal readera.
Go into any family in the land and von
will find the daily or weekly edition of
tuner me local paper, or tlicpulilicntiona
01 me nuireut LiiHiica nnil tonal centre.
To thcue the members of tho family turn
..-! : :. r i- - -i ; i
iui vai iuuniu;iiiB ui iiiiurirmuun wiiK 11
miKHesa int.rf'.t fnr thm. W'lifil. timn
does or can possess more interest to the
sick nnci 8iitlering than the one that tell.'
of a tried and proven remedy for the dis
ease with which they ure nillicted. Aa an
illiMtralion of this, we refer to the thous
ands who have aiilltrod from diBeases
of the hliiod, a'ohmch, liver and kidneys,
and reading in their lireside paper of the
merits of
Brown's Iron Bitters
as a sure and speedy cure for all these
diseases, have tested and proven the
trutha of the statements made, and to
day are well, strong and hrippy, ns a re
sult of the use of Brown's Iron Bitters.
Advertising Paid Them f
Tortured with dyapepain, sudering the
horrorij of indigestion, bowcle roiintipiitcd
and head aching, they led a life of des
pondency nnd gloom until relieved hv
Brown's Iron Bittrs. The cllect of this
blood-purifying alterative and strength
ening medicine is so prompt and decisive
that f rom tho commencement of its use
the patient derives benefit, and by con
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health. Wearied hy the earcn of business,
overworked hv the duties of tho furni,
or worn hy his daily lalmra, tho man
turns to Brown's lion Bitters for the
strength and life-giving properties it im
juirts. Mentally and physically, tho
business man is restored, the muscles of
tho laborer aro burdened, and his power
of endurance is increased. Depressed hy
physicul weakness, sufliM-ing from dis
abilities peculiar to females, care-worn
and nervous, the wifo finds relief, gains
strength of body and nerves, and removes
her iMinilinr disorders by tho timely use
of Brown's Iron Bittern. Thedenianilsof
society, tho demands of fashion, the close
confine-incut for long hours in ill-ventilated
stores and school-rooms, tho wear of
tho brain from close thought and confining
study, make the sons and daughters,
youth or children, subject to peevishness,
ill-temper, lassitude and drowsiness: pro
duce a weak condition of tho blood, loss
of appetite.nervonsncss, and a dull, tired
reeling, all of which are diKBipatcil, all
removed by the faithful use of Brown's
Iron Bitters. Kqually beneficial for old
and young; to the latter it furnishes ma
terial to supply the waste tissues of the
growing child. It will not produco nau
sea in the most delicate stomach : it will
tone and strengthen, while purifying and
improving the condition of the body;
nervous prostration will be overcome;
it will furnish the brain with fuel and
food to enablo it to carry on its work,
and health and strength will bo tho re
sult of tho use of Brown's Iron Bitters.
Such benefits as these, derived hy the
readers of tho published statements,
prove
That it Pays.
Testimonials from these renders certify
to its efficiency as a blood purifier, stom
ach corrective, and kidney and liver
strengthened Iion't procrastinato do
lay may prove dangerous. Procure a
bottlo of tlio genuine Brown's Iron Bit
ters. You may know that you are not
deceived if you observe the' trade-mark
and crossed rod lines on the wrapper.
Price is only one dollar a bottle, and it
will prove to you a
Profitable Transaction.
Grand AUCTION SALE
Of Choice Helceleat Imported
Holstein Cattle,
At Union Slooa Yard, Memphis,
Teas., on
Wednesday, Nov, 17, 1386.
(Sals Begiaa Promptly at 1 0'ohck.)
TU 13 Import i'in of Ilotstota Cattle hai
bf-en made by ua umlartlio aaaiiioos of
" The North Aniorii-an lloUtein Herd Hook
Aaaoolttttan," h loundatioD atork for flna
herds io tbe South oatoron Stittea, and em
brKoea only an 'h aniuiiila aa have for their
iros ami dnina the must auperior milk and
butter reoorda to be Iniind In North Holland.
Tbe entire iiniottiun hnaheen rriterod
In the "North Holland Herd Uook of Hol
land." and Kill ila he rosiatored in " Tbe
North Amerloiin Herd Book of Amerlea,"
eiubraoint 65 lloilera in Calf bv 8noat Hol
land llulli. Alio, a senerl aaortuient of
fine Touns Bulla, roady lor aorvloe, Heifer
and Bull Calve of siirina of lNUi, and arown
Cowa from 4 to t jemtt old. A oomplelo cat
alogue la now In preaa, siving full pedisree
and milk und hutier recoril oonneeted with
eaoh anlinal. 1 hone rattle baro been ahipped
direct from Holland to tke Union bteek
tarda, and will arrive between the lat and
7th of November, where iiurohaaera nan in
apeet the aarae. No nnimal will be dlapnaed
ol at private aale, but partiea who attend the
aale may rely upon eaoh animal being ut
up and aold ai advertiaed. Htrcot enra now
run to within three hUx-ka of Htook Yarda.
ADAMSON a HOP! ALDKUN, Iraportora.
arFor ('ataloiuea nrlnfrrmation adairoai
0. V. KAMUAIIT, l're.ld.nt Union btook
larda ana rertlliaer Company.
flwaoir porfoot autx aitute tat Mother!
mllM. Invaluable in i.lhnl.ra InranluM
pr"fSiyo4it!tl iochi fur DytTa
pomloa. Consumptive, Convaleacanta
Wrikot outrlaiu in ail Wnatlna DlHoaaa
Kwatra no oookloa. ciur Uih , The Cara
and Feeding of Infanta, maliud rro.
IMJUBIH. UUODALB , CO.. Boston. Ma.
CHANCERY SALE
iOF
REAIs ESTATE.
No. Wl, R. Chanoery Court of Bhelby
county. but ot Tenneaaee, etc, ti. Wm.
Bailey et al.
B virtue of an Interlocutory decree for
aale entered in the above caua on the
lfith day ol May, 18Mj, M. B. 62, page 607,
1 will- aell at publio auction, to the high
eat bidder, in Iront of the Clerk and Maa
ter'i office, eourthoaae ol bhelby county,
Memphis, Tenneaaee, oa
Saturday, ftoveuifccr IS, IHM,
within legal honrg, the following deaoribed
property, tituated in Bhalby eoanty, Ten
Deaaee. to wltt
Lot 14, Keel lubdlrialon country lot S33,
fronting UHfeot on theeaat aide of Main
atreet and HS laet on the aouth aide of baf
larana atreet. and running back to tin of
country lot ftH2.
Ternii of bale On a credit of ail tnonthil
note with aecurlty required: lien retained)
redemption bairrd. Tula October 1H, liStf.
P. 1. NcDOWKtL, Clerk and WaaUr.
'W T. B. Cxldwell, Deputy C. andM.
F. II. A 0. W. Heiakeil, bolloltora.
octlH-26 botS-1.1 .
RatOOKlYTir.lV. T. Board ea the Hill,
Mrs. 11. C. H.ward. M Waahingtoa
Park. Rooma large I location delightful.
Coareaient t ear t Maahattaa Beach,
Coney Island, Long Baaek and OenUal Park I
aia te Mew Verk alaoaa f aaaaa aaeat.
NEW FIRM.
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' (SI Ct JESSOIW TO C. H. EBICII),
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s
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8TEINWAY
WAHTOS Kranich & Bach, Gabler, and Wheelock.
OItOAWS-"Clough &. Warren, and Smith American.
r A NEW 7-00TAVK PIANO FOR 190.i
Write for Oatalogno". Xo. 221 and 223 Meeond Mreet, M eniplilK,
W. B. HaLLORY.
I
WHOLESALE
GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS
Ami Commission Merchants,
372 & 374 Front St. Cor.
L. D. MULUNS, of lat J. R. Godwin i. Co.
MULLINS
Cotton Factors &Com mission Llerchanb
No. 1 Howard's Row, Cor.
Urethral Stricture Cured!
(CUE FERMAREKT.
Romo.al Complete. Neither kilfe, eaastle
nor dilation, no vain, jno naaiDac.
Adr a DK.M.lV.TCTIIILIa,
BOX in. " ATI.WTA OA
MISS S. F. MAY'S
ART STUDIO
Reopens October 4, 1886.
PUPILS prepared for "Th Art Btadenti1
La-u. of New York, or an other
ftrat claaa art aohool th7 mar desire to enter
Addreaa,
NO. 57 MADISON STBT,
EJirBIH, mi,
OCTOBER 27, 1886.
NEW GOODS
s Queemwar i
DEPOSIT, TRUST C0.-AND
W. ST. HII.HFRSOS, Tlnat-Preaidcul
wsi. 11 UKirriSiU, Teller.
IKl:CIOKH.
8. P. BEAD. W. N. WILKERf30 N
UNDER THE LAWS OF TENNESSEE!
aa receiver tor Corporations, Litgnnt4, and in
- Prea't, W.H,KlIIDtr,u'r
Caramels, French Fruit Glaccs,
Opposite Tbelr Faetory.
Memphis Publio have ever had tha opportunity
Insurance Co.
and ruhllwherH,
First-Class Instrumental '
and KISTA.BE
W. f, CRAWFORD.
Oayoso, McmphlP Tcnn.
JAB. T0NQK, laU of J. W. OaldwaU k Oe
& YONGE,
Front and Union, Mermthifl.
WitLim Dai.
Joaa Lillt.
DEAN & LILLY
Coffee Roasters.
AND DEALERS IN
TEA, COFFEE
AND NPIS,
205 Main St. (Lee Block)
MEMPHIS, TENJiJ.
9-Tclrpnoa.
CO
CRAWFORD & CD
M. S. COOVEE & CO.
MANUFACTURERS OF
DoorssSaiali, Blinds, MoldlagH, all kiudia of Door and Window
Frame, 1 1 racket cro!MVork, Kough and Dressed ,
Lumber, Mi Ingles I.atli?, IVater Tank..
All kinds) ol Wood Work Executed at Short Aoliee.
Xos. 157 to 173 Washington street, Meinplils. Teiin.
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"h.MV TwoHandred Asaorted m.o.
.V .iU-iW,' mrtitni for Cataloan and Prloe-list.
SLEDGE BBOS of Como.Mlag.
COTTON FAOTOBS,
Io. 3S8 and 358 Front Street tfmroghia Tens.
K K M KM MM Mat lift
j mmim mat tJKtiiaiKi
(81700EH8OK.S III
COTTON
Ql1 StiiTul. No. 0
SAPCLE05 QiLL, Prcsldeat.
oxs a okhbbai. fibs
A QUARTER OF A MILLION'DOLLARS FULL PAID CAPITAL
H. TUKITKHHirTM. WM. I. COU.
B. MANSFliXD, D. .
OiHee-'lO Mndlman Street, MeBipbls, Teiiii
MMl COTTON B
All Cotton Covered by Insurance on Seaworthy Vessels Cf
Ginhcuse. Sacks furnished to responsible parties. .
124 and 126 POPLAtt
T w TT.V. F. B.
Lata ol Commerae, Miss. Lata ot Cofeerill. Miss.
FLY, HEREON & HOBSOM
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
Cotton Factors and
334 Front Street
Folmer.fliorato
Cotton Factors, VlioIesalo Grocers,
"No. 300 Front afreet. : Memphis, Teas
Woods fe Swoope,
Buprcfies, Wagons and Harness,
NANCE COTTON PKESS,
BARBOUR GINS,
Steam Enirlnca, Machinery of All Description,
No. 332 SECOND ST
LLCOCHRAN&Co
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Doors. Sasli, Blinds. Lloldino, Luntr,
Eatb and ShiDgles, Flooring, Celling and Cedar Fcsis. i
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AND TRUST
BOAR! OX
NAP0LK05 HILL, MICHAEL BAVIN.
LOUIS HANAHKR, THOMAS BOYLB
lAuAIVl'O ijVtv I. JUtin ff.tUVHIWUli
lNDRKW RKNKERT. ' gOL COLEMAN,
AMES 8. ROBINSON. WM. RAIZlCNBKRflKR.
aw Dtposita roir4 la inmi oi 91 and npward, and InUreit allowd oa lama Bml
annaallr. arWi bur and sell looal Inatmnt Bond! and Sorltli rnrally, par tales, ara
trnatMi. ana. In inral, iost an ananoiat Daaio.. imairmi a uia au nnwiiiait
aarrniean drafta.ln aaaaitoanHparehascn, on all part of Inropy.
ttar no bt a oammoaioa vault for in
oar onawmora, rrea or sjisar;.
D. r HADDEN. Preeldent. KWD. O0LD8XITH, Tlot-rresldeai,
JkMES HATHA, Cu-ler.
HE 1
Chickasaw hmmvhz
JOHN E. HANDLE & CO., PEOPE'S,
second St. KempalB, A ems.
fF$UNDERS & MACIIIX1STS,
".Mjsssacaa, juwierS BHWIBHBi)
Kradlord Corn and Wheat Mill.
V - . 1 . .
Cotton PresM, Cotton tans,
Shatllng, Pnlley, Mf.
BPKVIAIi WOTIC-We are prepared to fill orden J
foori nuuo, lur inn oit.raiea jn,inr( I nifui
. itook oyer
F. B. If 0EFLEET, Besideat Parbttr.
M II I ill
uuHUaiiiai a
BEACH AM A HOBTOIH
PAOT'Rfif
Union St., Monipliis.
W. If . WILKEES0S, Ticf PresUekfc
aid jiabibb bcbihbu.
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SITlBOTOTlfSil
JAMES RJULLT. JOT L0AO
HTXRS, W. 9. BKIilaUL. .kv.
STREET, MEMPHIS.
HKRRON.
BAM H0BSW.
LaU f Brooks, Noelr k .
Commission Merchants!
MemPb Tatiti.
MEMPHIS TENN.
IHeKIIX, BATT.T.
COMPANY.
THXJOTHBI
J. 9- HANDWHRKIW
DAVID P. HADDKN,
JAMRS A. OMHPKG,
KWD. OOUD.SMITn.,
HAHDWhi PKKEH.
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