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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29, 18S6.
G
MR. SECRETARY MMM
TO TIKE POSSESSIOS OF HIS OF
FICE 10DAY.
EeporU of tbe Third Auditor of the
Treasury and Second Assistan t
rostmofter General.
Washington, October 28.-ecretry
Hanning resnme actual control ol
the Treicnry Department tomorrow
and Mr. Fairchikl will be relieved of
his dotks sb Acting Secretary, which
office he l as held from the time Mr.
Wanning was taken aick up to dale.
Orders lieve been issued to have the
Treasury mail tomorrow prepared for
the fhjiidture of Mr. Manning.
Kraieri of llio Hilrd Andilor of I he
Irenauiy.
AVashinoton, Ojlober 28. Third
Auditor Williaxs'a repoit was sent to
the Secretary ot the Treasury today.
In submitting this report, he eays that
it affords him pleasure to direct atten
tion to tbe improved condition ot tue
businefsof the nffl. e, disclosed in
the operat'oiig of the several divisions
compared with the preceding fl'cal
year. 1 he total number of claims, ac
C3unta and casee, settled and disposed
of during tbe fiscal year ending June
SO. 1886. wii 11.63(1. Involving $159.-
401,724. During the preceding
fiscal year, the nnmber was
8910, Involving 181,678,005. An in
crease of 63 per cent, is thus shown
over 184-'85 in the numbsr of claims,
etc, disposed of, and about 74 por
cent, in the money involved. Boler
ring to the Slate war claims, the
Auditor says that while a full inves!i
gation had not been completed, a cur
sory examination unfolds gross irreg
ularities arising out of absolute
careleisrwFS, or willful perpetration of
rand. The office, after a thorough
examination of the claims of the
Bute of Indiana, foand that in round
numbers fUS.OJO had bean illegally
allowed. F.fiy thousand dollars of
this sain were in the year 1874 discov
ered and withheld trom a ciedit found
dim the Htntn: ai d. upon investiga
tion, now 140,000 more, msde m of
accounts allowed in exctai of vouchers
Jiresentod, amounts allowed twice for
he same sorvice, and amounts allowed
without vouchers, appear as a
legitimate charge against the
Bute. Ia the mUer of the claims
of the elate of Vermont, it appears
that for a want of proper system in
keeping the accounts, 1225,254 bavo
been at varions tlmos since the cloto
of the war of the rebellion pa d to the
State, which, instead, should have
bfen applied to the indebtedness,
amounting to f 43,780, charged sgaintt
the State on the b-oks of the ordnance
office of the War Department, be ng
the money value of arms, equipments,
etc., furnished by tbe United States in
the years 18U3 61, which have Bevar
been returned or accounted for. The
Auditor etites that he Is informed
that the Stale ,of Vermont sold the
greater portion of these arms to a for
eign country l araeyanu aepoBiteu
the proceeds, amounting t) $170,000,
in her treasury. At this time the
claims of the Mate of Iowa are re
ceiving attention, but tbe examination
ia not sufficiently advanced to include
full report. Knougli, however, has
been discovered, the Auditor say., to
warrant the conclusion that a consid
erable sum has been unlawfully
paid the State, growing out of reim
bursements ou account of advance to
troops, the came services having been
previously paid for by United Slates
paymasters.
Kxp.naoa r th run' I Nervine for
Washington, Octobor 28 The es
timate of; the postal srvici for the
next fiscal year aggregates $55,342,150,
while the appropriations for the cur
rent year were $54,305,803, showing
an increase ia the es'iumtrs for the
next year of U7t,28(l. This increase
is made tap of the following ilomsr
Compensation of clerks in poBtotllce,
4300,000; additional expenses ol the
free delivery system, $210,409: Secnnd
Assistant Postmaster Oanoral'a office,
$37,000; Third Asuistant Postmaster
Ueneral's otllna, $247,500; foreign
mails service, $50,000. The estimated
ordinary revenue for the next fiscal
year is f4!J,0U2,5i)tl, and the revonua
from the money order sjs'em $050,
000, Disking a total estimated revenue
of $50,012,51)8. Tiie oatimated dcllo
ienry In ruceip's, as compared with
expenditure", during the next year is
placed at $4,720,554, while it la esti
mated that the cairmit fiscal year will
show a deficiency of $7,443,014.
Jtrp.ri of theNerond Aaalainut Post
tinnier Ueuernl.
"Washinoton, Ojtobar 28 From
the annual report of the Sec
ond Assistant PoMmaster (ionoial, A.
L-e Knott, it uppears that on the 30: h
of June, 188(1, there were in operation
throughout the United States 22,7!)'J
.routes of all classes in which mail tor
vice was performed, at an annual tula
of expenditure at the close of the last
fiscal year ot $20 020,058. The aggre
sate length of all tliess routes was
387,680 miles, on which there Wis an
aggregate travel of 268,78,005 milts.
The repoit states that from April 1,
1S8G, to June 30, 1880, the total
savings in the annual rale of coat in
this department of the po-tal eervieo
effected by orders, and by Dew con
tracts for transportation and mail
equipments, was $l,l10,780. in the
Star st rvice there was an increase of
874 routes, and of 1093 miles in
length, and a decrease of $02,623 in
the annual rate of expenditure. In the
mail messenger service thtra wan an
increase of twenty routes and a de
crease ot $14,357 in tbe annual rate of
expenditure. In the steamboat ser
vice thera was an increese of one
route and a decrease ol llt5 miles
and of $110,583 in annual rate of cott,
the atranboat Eervice thus dispensed
with being supplanted by railway and
star service. In the railroad eervico
there was an increase of eighty-one
routes, o! 2901 miles in length, and of
$701,60 in annual rate of cost. In
tbe railway postal car service there
was a decrease of $53,107, or 2.94 per
. cent, in the annual rate of coat. The
anninl rate of expenditure for rail
road transportation on tha 30th of
June, 1880, wai $15,620,101, as sgainst
$14,768,405 on the S )th of June, 185.
The estimates for the next year are
$l,f86,952, being an kcresse of only
$272,530 over tbe appropriation for
the current year. In the star eorvic
there was an increase of 7.11 percent
in.'ihe Quantity of service, and a de
cease in the rate of cost of 0.68 per
cent as compared with the preceding
Ave years.
Tim rooort closes with recara
meadation for a change in the method
ef componsa'ing the railway mail
aervics. Under the preeent law rail
roada are paid according to the average
daily weight carried both ways. On
Account of the meny incongruities
under this method of pay, and the un
satisfactory method of adjusting the
compensation, a change is recom
mended by the substitution of space
baiis instead of a weight basis of pay.
It ia believed this method will, with-
out serious' y affecting the present
servite, make a saving of about $300,-
000 in the annual expenditures.
MRS. SfEWARl'S FLKERAL
Atlrndr Oaly by Krlnlivra and
I'rlrBdt The Hrnl Takes
t Ur4p itj.
Naw YoBa.Octcber28. The funeral
of Mrs. Cornoli M. Stewatttook place
today from Lor mBiision, on Fifth ave
nue. JNo one was aumiuea 10 me
residence except the relatives and
friends of the deceased. The body
was placed in a velvet covered ca'ket
with silver trimming, and rested on
a floral calafahjue in the center of the
went parlor. '1 he final designs were
numerous, most of which were made
of euiilax, ivy and ri.sap. Fifth ave
nua and Thirty-fourth a reet, In the
immediate vicinity of tho mansion,
were crowded with peoplo, ard a
squad of police kept the ftreet clear in
front of the entrancs at Thirty-fourth
street. Bishop Littlijohn and the
Kcv. Arthur Brooks officiated and
read a portion of the kurial Borvice
f em the ritual of the Episcopal
Church. At 2 o'clock p m. the casket
was borne down the steps on the
shoulders of four undertakers' aai-Ut
ants and placed in the hearse. Tbe
funeral coriege took the Thirtv-fourth
street ferry. At Hunter's Point a
special train took the remains and tbe
friends to Garden City, whore the
obsequies were held in tbe cathedral.
About six'y people attended the
cervices at the house and about fo.ty
went to Oardon City.
MSfRICT AITOHNKT BEX TON,
Ilia
sjuspfBsa.il CatnsM Kiffrel
inn Demorrala sf Ilia
Dial rid.
Br. Louis, Mo., October 28. Special
dispatches to the AWiueitcan from dif
ferent parts of the Western Missouri
District, state that the suspsnbion of
District Attorney It aton by the Presi
dent for taking a too active part in the
fall campaign ties earned profound te
grft among the Democrats of the dis
trict. "Every perfon," says owe dis
patch, "who is familiar with the work
ing of tbe courts in Col. Benton's dis
trict unites in saying that he has not
only not neglected the duties of his
office, but has transacted more busi
ness than his piedecesior. Tbe feel
ing is expressed by many that the
President has wronged the District
Attorney, and the most prominent
Democrat! consider it their duty, in
justice to Co'. Benton, to wake him
their next candidate fjr Hovernor of
this Slate." Another dispatch says:
"According to the Chairman of the
Democratic H ate Oommittoe, the rank
and file of Missouri Daraourats take
no e tick In civil tervice reform, and
the punishment inflicted upon Col.
Button will doubtless lead to his
nomination for Governor two years
hencj."
THE EARTHQUAKE.
araaaa ix ouiw.iwtok.
St, Miohnel ehlmei pealed forth tha hair,
On tlio unit, nweetiiimiuer air;
Minuted with tha iwcetost ntniim
1'rom matdcBK bright anil fair.
It will" tha hour when hninoi ara bright.
In our City by tho Hoa;
Whon young ni lovinhearU ro full
Of joy, and hops, and gloe.
Gcmi (littored on thaiweet yonmr bride,
The foatt wai nrud wiib oarei
Touti ir fornti were in the uiaay daooe,
ilio gracelol, brareand fair.
The darling boy with dimpled hand),
And loft brewn ourly head,
Ilad killed hi dnar mamma food night,
And iu anleep in hl lilUo bed.
Tho merry voioe of the lallor boy,
(In the wa'eri looted out.
At he iilyod the oar wilh a buoyant heart
And a gleeful long and ahvut.
But, hark I a wall on tha night wind,
It li on awful iounds j
A ideroina ery it ceo ml to 111
Xhe earth aud all around.
And then a rumbling nolle ia heard,
ltlreHcll intoaraars
01 horror, we fuel boneath our feet
The heaving of the lloor.
Earthquake) the awful, fearful cry
Wa rinirlng on the air;
Then hurrying formi of boya and ana,
And womon youug and fair.
And then the ruh for life began,
Mothan and children wail s
No ion can o'er deinribe the loooe
Where bold men turn lute.
But nil In vain the good men prayed.
The ruin came on all :
And lonely, blighted, botnolem hemoj,
Await Uie groat and email.
TIid nmnnhoimi glimmer aadly tlirounh
The thnttored old ohuroh tower;
Tho holly flirino ii doiolato
In t li ia lout b gloomy hour.
Lorolj' young ulrli to tho reioue go,
01 the wounded who ory and groia;
And with kind, aoothlng word they oheer
The lunguiihiug who tigli and moaa.
When wo thought the mid drama wai o'er,
A now trial we then hnd to boar;
A Are wai burning our treasure!,
We were piungod into deepor dcapalr.
Afflicted onei, we pray fur you all,
It h indood hoHvy rod;
An umoen band hai dealt the blow.
Then bow your hcurti and look to Oed.
Bi'h'nd this cloud tbo tun itlll ihiaoi,
Tho rainbow hope i tliore;
Then lot iti liftht dmpol the gloaia
Of j our boioiu'l dark deapair.
The criinh of world oan never dim
'the light of the Christian brenat,
AVhcn hope ii thoro to cheer aud aoint
To tbe liavon ef our roat.
Knrthnunkel O, what an impro'ilr word,
How inlemn ii tho loundV
To describe it no eloifjonro, poetry or aroie,
tau o n una earil Do louna.
Oh I what a power It mut have boea
To mova tliu miithty carl hi
Vie itnnd igliant and wondor
At the Uod who gave it birtb.
It Ii a lolemn voice from lleaven
Totting of the awtul day
Whon the mountain!, tail and trand.
With heat ihall melt away.
A lolemn warning: bore, too, iigivea,
for U"d ii lining by;
But In the itorin we have an ark
lo Joiui we oan uy.
We admire the iplritual grandeur
Ot the Uhrmtian i Ucavonly power
To triumph o'er the wreoki of time
In the darken, gloomieit near.
And when there awful ahadowa corns.
Beclouding our lumnier day,
And we hear no echo ia our home!
Ol voice! glad and gay,
Then let ui look above tha gloom
To that world io brtcht and tair
To our Kathor'a houie in lleaven;
Ho griot can enter mere-
Ur. Km. Arch Co4-e, florid.
A Slinnihnn ! Wabaali One)
Maa Hlllrel.
St. I-oris, Mo., O:tobor 28. At an
early honrthumorning tho lo'.edo ac
ronimodaiion pi sscngor train oa tho
WabdB'i Mil.oa l, wtucti left this city
at ll o'clock lust nlgbt, collided with
at.eiKnt train two miles west ol U'
wardeville, ill. The freight train was
the secoed section cf No. 77, and had
ordera to wait for the pas'engcr train
at Ivlwardsv.ll?, but thsronductor a'
tempted to roach Mitchell, four miles
b?yonu. ttie trams collided on
cu ve. Both engines were wrecked,
the baggage and express cars were
telescr ped and several cars ditched,
Tbe engineer aud firemen escaped
serious injttries by jumping, but tbe
express messenger. Vm. Balloa, was
crushed to dcatu by the oontents of
the ear being thrown upon him. 8.
A. Bouirhman, a freight brakeman,
was aenously injured. It was not
until this evening that tbe wreck was
cleared away.
80 OO. S. Hinson, dentist. No.
27k) -Ma'n street. E. Bolger assistant.
Call and get new et of teeth fer f9,
TIIE CRISES OF A DIY.
A WOMAX KIDNAPPED AM) 101
SOSED IS MONTREAL.
The Mistreat ot Ore Janrorovtr
Throws Ilorgelf Into the Uni
son and Is Drowned.
Montbhal, Ont, October 28. Tli
city has b?cn thrown into a state of
grrat excitement by the death, under
mysterious circumstances of a Mrs.
Fannie "Ward, a widow of eome 42
yeaTg of ago. Herhuiband died about
a year ago, leaving his w.fe and
daughter in cornf triable circum
stances. Mrs. Ward, howevtr, routed
her houso a shirt time aao and went
ti live at the Tarkish Ii.ith Instiiu'e
Ou Monday vteek she left there, ap-
arentiy in good hta'tb, without men
tioning where she was going. Days
elapsed, and there was to word from
hor. Her daughter asked the bead of
the institution if he knew where the
had gone. The latter replied that he
did not. Subsequently Miss Ward got
a letter purporting to be from her
mother, in which it was stated that
she was vhiting certain friends, and
that she need not be nneosy. On
Friday night, aboot 12 o'olock, Dr.
Crevier calltd at the inttituta and
stated that Mrs Ward was at Irs place
very ill, and wanting to see the man
agur. The latter replied that he was
worn eat with work, she was
under medical treatment, so
be wnu'd come in tbe morn
ing. Two hours afterwards a cab
drove ta the door. Mr. Ward was
found therein in great distress. She
immediately exclaimi.d: "Oh, God I
I have been poisoned and kidnapped."
bhe was put to bed aud every efl'jrt
made to soithe her, but v.ith. littlo
suro ss. The statement made by Cre
vier and by two medical students who
had fallowed the cab was to the effect
that at Beaver Hall Hill a woman in a
carriage was heard crying "murder,"
"help." The woman btgged to be
taken ont of the carriage, which con
tained ako a roan and a woman who,
she alleged, wanted to lake her to an
Improper place. Carter lifted hir out
and placed her in his carriage, she
promising bim any snm I e lilted if he
would take hor te thoTarki .h Bath
Institnle. To the authorities of the in
stitute, the woman said that she had
gone to a certain doctor's ; that she had
been drugged and ill treated, and that
she was being conveyed to an im
proper houss by this man and his
wife when she called for help. Dr.
Creviw denies that be ill trettid or
drugged the woman, but says
that she came to his bouse and
asked to be allowed to etay '
there, as she was ill. On Weducs Jay
be gave her noun mrphi.io-ss a sed
ative and Mrs. Crevier was with her.
On Friday night Mrs. Ward became
worse, and she expressed a desire to
be conveyed to Dr. MoBenn's, at the
Turkish Bath Institute. Dr. Crevier
endeavored to purtuade her not to
go, telling her tha! in her condition
removal might lead to her death. The
woman replied that the weu'd go on
foot if he woald not get her a carriage.
About 1 o'clock on baturday morning,
Dr. Crevier, Mme. Crever and Mrs.
Watd got into a carriage and were
driven toward the institute. At the
top of Beaver Hill the woman leaped
up screaming, and Insisted that she
bad been bettayed. Bhe died at an
eaily hour yestaid'.y morning, retain
ing tier consciousness to me ibs.i, dqi
being unanie to give a ciear narrative
of the incidents which had occurred
during1 her absence from tbe Institute.
Dr. McBean, manager of tha institute,
has reported the matter to the
authorities.
A Vt email Jamna from a
Furry boal nam la urowara,
Naw Yobk. October 28 Emma
KUne fallowed Leon Jauvorover, wine
dealer, of No. 24 Hione street, this
city, when he left bis boarding house
in Fort Lee, N. J., yesterday morning
to take the 9 o'clock ferryboat for
Manhattauvllle. Jauvorover went to
the gentlemen's cabin to smoke.
W ben the boat readied midstream
the young woman went to him and
asked him to make np a quarrel that
had taken place Tuesday evening.
Jauvorover refused. "Don't loave
me," the yonng woman pleadd. "If
you do I'll drown myself." "Go away,
I have done with you," ea'd Jauvor
over. The womau loft the cabin, but
soon returned. Jauvorover refused to
lislon to her. Then she took oil her
jackut and threw it at him. "Here,
taka your Jiofcet, 8"osh1ii, aon t
want anything of yours. I will iti.tip
ell" the boat." She walked out of the
cabin, elowly glauc.ng haul at Jauvor
ovtr, who cat. stoliilly in his seat.
Then, without hoaitatirg art instant,
she walk d to the bow ot tho boat and
throw hersalf oil. A young
mart by tha uaino ot Mer
rigan, who was said t) be an aesist tnt
demonstrator ot anatomy in the Col
lege (I Physicians and Burgeons,
leuped in alter her. Before he could
rtS'.uo tier uhe was pest help. Kerri
gan was in the walei morn than half
an nour. Jauvorover told loroner
Ferdinand Kidman that ha lml ixiid
the young woman's hoard for about
two mnnthi. He grew jealous of her
and told her that lie would have n tti
ing mnro to do with her. lln quar
reled with her Tuesday eveniug. On
the boat he ottered to pay t er ex
pen ps if she would return to her
home in Philadelphia. The young
woman had been married to Edward
T. Chamber by Alderman Hmitb, of
this citv. Septombir 13. I8H3. Th
mat rage certificate, torn to bits, was
found in her pockethook.
Spronld Ha llnugrri,
Touonto. Out., Oo'oh r 38 A spe
cial from Victoria, B. C, fays: Sheriff
McMillan has been untitled that the
MIT lUUni blKO iv uu do w n i .rjii uiiiT-,
the murderer, on Friday, whon tie will
be hanged.
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BELOW COST!
arsrOnr entire atock hn to bs lold by Jaa
nary 1, W, to l)iiulve Copartuorahia
our comtiany retirinx
trVe ofier our iminenas atock Kegaral
Iraa ol t'ual.
flood FeltHita Ms
Fine Felt lints. New Shape , worth J1.2S, 76s
Oenuine l'saver Ilati 7fs
Job Lotef Ilati, w rth from II to 2 26o
Beautiful Ko-ep, all Colors J for Ida
Ostrich Pompom - 10s
Children1! Triiiin-ed Uati, worth $2, for fl (a)
lloyi'i Cloth, Velvet and Piu-h Cap!,
worth II 50o
Ladies' Trimmed Uata, worth H 12 00
Lnna flumes frnm... Mo op
Ostrich Tipi. 3 in Bunch, from .......60c up
Birds, Winm, Fancy Feathers, Feather
iaoda,etc.,atKIlenionfcljf Juow ftletm
srDon't Loie Your Chanca. Remember
trom this day to January 1, 1SS7.
Ojrllrldnl and SIoaroluK Oatflis.
sarThe fineat aisortment of DOLLS in th
city.
earlUtK Reihaped, Featheri Cleaned, Dyed
and C'urld.
-UoMen Hair Wash by the Small or Largs
Quantities.
William Diah.
Jobs Lilly.
& LILLY
Coffee Roasters,
AKO DEALERS IN
TEA, COFFEE
AND SMCJES,
205 Main St. (Lee Block)
MEMPHIS TENN.
Bar Telephone 9BI. .
B ROOKLTS, W. T.-Beard on the BUI,
Mra. H. 0. lloward, J WaihingtoD
Park. Rooma laraei location delightful.
Convenient to eara to Manhattan Beach,
Coney Inland, Long Beach and Central Park :
NEW GOODS.
C. X. IKICII),
Is
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s
s
s
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Caramels, French Fruit Glaces,
Lonf" "leU'loiiH."tta
BPICXR.
W. B. DO AH.
T?iflTPl aaal Tnaimmfinti!
and KNABE
P1ANU PUB iw.-sm
823 Seoond Hirert, Ttff mollis
W. J. CRAWFORD.
on Jieronnm,
(iayoso, Memphis Teitn.
BROOKS.
H. M. NEELY,
m. s. mm & go.
LHYMBMILL
MANUFACTURERS OF
Doora, SaIi, Uliuds, H oldlags all kinds of Door and TYlndow
Frames, Brackets, fecrolMVork, KougU and Dressed
Lumber, Milugles, Latha, Water Tanks.
All kinds ol Wood Work Executed at Short Notice.
Nos. 157 to 173 Washington street, Memphis. Tenn.
M)M f Cluckasav
iSK Mil Vil johs e.
rf -frM 98 Second St.
.sft' mm &
;i-f -f i Jtt bpeciai-
'--V NvVkJ,'i.?' on abort noi
SLEDGK BBOSof Cone, Misi.
COTTON PAOTOES,
Hon. 358 and 359 Front Street Blemybia Tcna.
(SCCCKSSORS TO HEACHAM A HOBTOSH
COTTON
Old Stand, No. 0 Union St., Memphis.
HAP0LE0X DI1L, President.
sjMtlH A SCaiBAI. FIBS
A nil ASTER CF A ILLION'DOLLARS FULL PAID CAPITAL
M W ' - -
xnn.BOTon.ail
H. lUKmflHim. WM. I. C0U .
GI. MANd11jD, v. .
OtHee ID MaillRon street, Mempaii, Te
HA TOM R
Mum t)y
All Cotton Covered by Insurance on Seaworthy Vessels Of
Ginhouse. Sacks furnished to responsible parties.
124 and 12G POPLAR
tx tit i?t ir if xt ni?TTriW R AM TTnUrtW.
Lata ot CommeroeMiM. Late ot Coffoovillo. Mii8. LftU of Brooki, ely k Co.'
FLY, HERRON 4 HOBBOM
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
Cotton Factors and
324 Tront Street
Folmer.fh
Cotton Factory Wholesale Grocery
"So, 8QQ Front atreet. r Memphia. Tewa
Woods &
Buggies, Wagons and Harness,
NANCE COTTON PRESS,
Steam EiKiue, Alachlnery of All leoriptlon,
Wo. 332 SECOND ST
.LOOCHRAN&fo
o j.i"V "-.'- r!"s'.r 1,rV R
ir .p- n -
-I ., , .- jf '
aw tn rLAMBa-jmx, batT'Tajcd, j
DaorSi Sash, Blinds, Ooldiiig, Lnnfc:
Lath and Shingles, Flooring, Celling and Cedar Vostxh
ai ii I l . ii. tmmmtil
II
AND TRUST COMPANY.
' 1 0
BOA.XII3 OX" X'ZV.XTSTSIEIS.
NAPOLKON HrLL,
LOUIS HANAUKft.
Lazarus lkvt.
ANDREW KKNKMvii
JAJklKfl IB. BOBINBOlf.
JAJHa.9 w. auflovui nm. AAi.aiiv..vvjim
uarDsposlts wclrad In asms ol ! and opward, and Utaraat allowtd oa sam. StmH
-W.Ubar ni ' ,0J InTestmsnt Bonda and Bsonrltlei tMisrallT. par taxas, aei u
truata. and, In isnsral. sxsouU any Unanolal boainsu raquirint a saia and raiponiibla
s-MViaano drafla, In aama toanltpnrohaaen, on all parta ;of BnTopj.
Hr Ws bars a commodioui Vaalt for th d.poiii of TsUaablsi. whioh la at tho aorrlos) Ol
oar oaitoman. fa stf CbsuY.
D. P. HADDEXi President. EWD. 60LOSJUTH, TIofPr8idMt.
JAftES HATHAS, CsuMer.
KASDLE & CO., TEePR'S,
MACHINISTS,
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IS
nginets, Bollertu, Mawiuiilts,
Bradford Corn and Wheat SHU.,
Cotton Fretm, Cotton tila".
Pulleyrf, .
HOTICE-Wa'arapreparsd t fill oi?TlJ
tioe, for tbs oalaurated Metlart Vimt
. folic f. We earry in itook over
Two Hundred Aisortsd aiaes.
mraeua tor uaiaioiuw u fuurmm
F. H. 50EFLEET, Eegident FArUer.
'&mj&.GT7:
W. 5. W1LKEHS05, JlwTtmtt&h
A BID JtABIHS BCRIBTSaa.
- - - ,
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JAMES RMIiLT, . JOjrj tOAtO
liuui r. u.
STREET, MEMPHIS.
Commission Merchants
Memphis Tenn.
ornton & Go
Swocpe,
MEMPHIS TENg.
IIS Win
MICHAEL SAVIN. &.Vr,H WnEnWW
THOMAS BOYLB PAY f MPPM'
JOHN W. COCUKAN. J! S5lPMtt
BOL COLEMAN. KWD. GOLDhMlTHj

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