MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL SATURDAY, OCTOBER
30, 18S6 a
GRUIE ID CASU1LTY.
left here at 6 o'dotk a.m., ran iutj the
war of the txtra on a bridge, wreck
iuk an uiree umnofmd ni'ire y b'ock
fding the tvock, wnich will not be
cleared before tirroro. .No one
wss aeuonsly injured, but the dainege
THE ADAMS EXPRESS EOBBERY
OF XONDAY LISr.
OFPOSSn TO THE OPEH.NH
bhot by a Salion Keeper A Text
for Proliibitiaiiisti TueSttauitr
Bjston, Map., 0 tiber 29 The
fcteairer Tavo; is, of tha Canard Linn,
got athore ter Dnxbu y in a th ek
log last tiisbt on II gh p ne L dge
three miles co tb ot Gurnet Pout,
She lies in a viry dn gerom ptit'rn.
The Pa vo itia eaile l dom Liverpool! ir
Boelon October 39th. Sho is a barken-
tine rigged, screw s eeraer of 3490 ton3
burthen. Gurntt Point, neRr to which
the Pavonia went as '.-ore, ia at the
north eida of tha entrance to Ply
mouth Harbor, Mass. She hasiix'y
cabin, forty two intermediate and 300
Btetrajre rasEjrera on board. No fur
ther particulate ate obtainable this
afternoon as the fog ou'.eide is very
thick. A tug bes gone to her aseisi-
Shortly after the report that the
steamer Pavcnie, frcrn Liverpool for
Boaton, as sshore, the effice of the
Coram Ocmpsny was besieged by
anxious inquire", mostly merchants,
88 the news hi d. not at that tim
reached others than those upon the
Btreetj. There was, however, little of
a definite nature to be learned at the
Cunard office ticept that a dispatch
bad been received from Plymouth
about noon from the captain (Wool
fecden), atatiig that his veseel was
ashore three railea northeast by north
of the Gurnet light, which is north
east from Plymouth and east of Dux
bury. The coast map shows that
this calculation w aid place his ship
directly upon Hig'i Pine Ledge, which
is considered a very dangerous point.
A. telegram from Capt. Woolfenden
stated taat the ship was all right arid
asked that help be sent to her. The
tug Peareon was at once dispatched to
the scene. The weather outbids is
repotted to be thick and the eea h un
usually heavy. The Bostm Tjw
beat Company has s?nt two of its tugs
to ass st ttje Peurton. It whs ttatt-d
at the Cutinrd ofilce that the belief
there is that the Pavonia h simply on
the sand and has a good chines of
floating at the next huh tide, but ex
perienced harbor men who are familiar
with the location wbere the vts.-el is
supposed to be athore, tay, baling
tht ir opimoa upon the dispatch mid
to have been rcc; ivc.d by the Cunard
people, that the Bteamer must have
struck Hk;b Pine L:-dge according to
the bearings given in the dispatch,
and that tht?re is thirty feet of water
all about the ledge and no beach that
could be discovered by sounding in
time to prevent the veatel from strik
ing the ledge. It is seen by the posi
tion of the vessel as given in the cap
tain's dispatch that she was a long
distance out of her course, which is
explained by the fact that thick
weather has prevailed for three days
and consequently no observation
could have been taktn during that
perio J. It is supposed that the cap
tain, as soon as be found it impossible
to get the vessel off, went ashore in a
Binall boat to the ntareet point
and telegraphed the situation.
All reports from that section
indica'e a very heavy eurf last night-,
and this morning about 8 o'clock,
when the steamer grounded, the land
ing of boa s must have been attended
with imminent danger. It is under
stood that the pissengors will be landed
and come to b aton on the Old ColoDy
railroad tonight. There is no danger
whatever to life. The Pavonia is a
new boat, having been buiit in Glas
gow four years ago. ( be bas been
running on this line a little over three
years. She ia 430 feet long and forty
seven feet wide. Her value is $500,000.
Saf at Boston Harbor.
Boston, Mass., October 29. The
Pavonia has been floated and has ar
rivtd below. She will not come up
ueirou a Hfrlblu l!r. wcr flrrlile
a jt Io Make a t'oiinehlon.
ULTBor-r, .-viicn., Oct.ibrr 29. The
brewers' i :rik in this city tassnivud
at that print wh-.e the uiployers an
uc.atingte aw cf ee t!i m-'tit t) the r
men. luo str kfrsstenid anxious to
s.-trle tbeir did- r-ncvB, and a ked a
conterence laokin towatd a teltle
ment. Ttey were tol l thu a confer
fucB w jum do neiu utr the rcen re-
lunded and remitted the fines impesed
on trie emrloying InetttH f.r not
y e ding to the demands of the men
ite strikers bald a ma:s meeting latt
uight and decided alm at nnanimotu
ly not to make thecoaces ion. Thtes
cr four hundred men are out. A bit
ter tight bas been wat;ed against the
employing breweis, beer beirg im
ported from Toledo to supply the
Coal Miner Mirlke.
Hamiitok, Mo.,Oi!tb8r 29. Forty
miners employed in thi mines of the
Hamilton Loal Company (truck yes
terday. Tbe miners claim that from
the excess of wa'er in eevetal nlacea
some of the men could not keep up
their share of the work, and the fore
man taid they were not aide or com
petent to do so, and the men had to
quit, and they all struck until justice
ehcuhl be done the one cr two men.
No trouble is expected.
south WEsTtiits railways.
Tiie Aavorlaliun to Hold a Confer
ence With the Knnani Lines.
Steamer Beaeiied Near Qaebec.
Quibkc, October 29 The steamer
Lake Huron, of the Canada Shipping
CompaDy, ground. d at Bulle Cliaese,
twenty miles balow here, this morn
ing. Her forwatd compartments are
full. Tee pilot encceedt d iu beaching
the vessel in Indian Cove. The pas
sengets were landed in safety.
The Adams Express Robbery.
St. Louis, Mo., October 29. D, S.
Fotherirgham, the Adams Express
messenger white car was robbed latt
Monday night, it still in thin city, and
has not yet bem arrested, though he
is accompuni' d wherever be goes by a
detective, lie was in cl. sa commu
nication with the cfliuers of the com
pany this morning, and it wds (fiv-n
out that he was assisting them in ob
taining a clew to the identity of the
robber. It is believed, however, that
he is being carefully examined by the
detectives, and the stories told by him
at different times compared, with a
view to finding inconsistencies and
ob'aioirg evidence that he was an ac
cessory to tbe robbery. Tbe tupicion
is expressed that several employes of
the express and cf the railroad com
panies carefully planned tbe robbery,
with tbe knowledge of Fotheringham,
and divided the money between them.
It was s ated at first that the amount
stolen was slightly in excess of $60,
(100, bnt claims have already been
presented to the company which swell
the amount to $81,01)0. A majority of
these claims have been settled, and
as soon as the othera are proved they
will be paid.
Shot by a Saloan Keeper.
St. Louis, Mo .October 29. Edward
B'ake.a sa'oon keeper in East Si. Louis,
shortly before 1 o'clock p. m. to lay,
shot and instantly killed Wm. O. Van
derough, an engineer on the Indian
apolis and St. Louis railroad. Van
derough was passing the noon hour
in Blake's saloon and had been drink
ing a great deal, when a quarrel be
tween him and the proprietor arose
over payment for the drinks. Van
derough was fluht.ng drunk and
started f r Blake, announcing his in
tention to thrash bim. Blake ordered
him to halt, and, meeting with a re
fusal, drew his revolver and fired at
the ennineer, tilling mm instantly.
iiiaxe was arrest en.
Chicagj, III., October 29. At to
day's eetsion of tbe Southwestern
Riilway Aseocktion it was f jund that
nop'ogres could be made in rear
ranging the percentages until a de
cision was reached as to what t usiness
could be pnolid. This point couid
not be arrived at until the fierce rate
war among te Karsas lines was
settled, es that fight bes bien seri
ously ; (flouting the pool revenue. It
was finally agreed to arrange a con
ference with the Kaaens lines at St.
Louis, Wedmsday ntxt, at which
time an attempt will bi m.de to et p
tbe war. The same difficulty was met
in regard to tno lnmner tronoies. The
St. Paul and Northwestern road
which do not belong to the psol, hold
the Key to ttie situation. As the re
suit of today's diBcua3i"n, a confer
ence will ha held in a couple of weeks
with ell the lines ending at tbe Mis-
louri river, and an (floit made to
form a lumber ponl, taking ia all of
the Chicago and NotthweH'ern roaJe.
The meeting adjourned to ctme to
gether again at S;. Louis Wednesday
To WhUo Si'ttlcrs-Whit Ho Has to
Nay Generally Ab mt the Indians
anil Tlitlr Affairs.
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Tho most woinlorfiil Tain-Curor tbo worltl has ever
known. Its effects are instantaneous.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
oots and Shoes
361 lVIAIIr ST.
OCR ETOCK OF BOOTS AND 8H0K8 POR FALL AND WINTER WEAR IS MORE
eomnle'a than ever, comnrieinz not odIt thu bait unit Ht.aat but ulin lull tin r i....
dium, durabU and ityllah guojs, whioh we offer at low figure!.
TO TIIK TK41K we offer peoial inducement. Carrytnc nxnt ol our ood In
SOLID Sl.KS, we are prepared to fill ordere lor unorial liua at NO KXTRA COo'f, tha
enabling Merchant! to nil in without being compelled to buy coodi not needed.
.IDHiESL B3RLO. cSb CO.
Aa-enla for tbe C'elrbrnt-t W. I,, nonclx $s Npu'i Cnir hhom aud 1
Hi il' NliorM In all my Ira.
rILLUSTRATKD CATALOOUR AND PRICE LIST MAILED FRER"-mi
Tbe 1'inbiDaT lntrviit to Be Pro
tected Hlore Cruisers to Be
Ottawa, Ost., October 29. It is evi
dent that ti e Dominion Government
does not look for au early settlement
of tbe fishery difficulty, as it is its in
tention to contttuct two or thiee Tea
sels during the coming winter tt be
added to the present tlet of cruisers
for tbe protection of tbe fisheries. It
is estimated that there will be an in
crease of f 1,500,000 in the total value
of tbe catch this year as compared
with last, which will brinji tbe value
up to $19,000,000. There are now in
vested in the Dominion $7,000,000, and
Sir John Macdona'd states that he is
determined to give those who ere en
gaged in the fisheries every possible
protection, and be will be backed up
by the British Government. In round
numbers it is estimated that there are
upwards of 60,000 men who find em
ployment in this branch o' industry,
and 1300 vessels, valued at $2,250,003.
nink Hnym Parliament Will Be
uiHHoiveu iniiuetllntely .
Toronto, Ont., October 29. Ata re
form demonstration at Guelpb last
night Mr. B.nke, leader of the oppo-i-
iiuu, Biu-.cu iuat wituiu trie last
twenty f ur hours he had received in
formatijn that the dissolution of Pa
liament would be announced imme
diately. Tbe Womnn'j Home JIllounry So
Detroit, Mich., October 29. The
AVoman's Home Minsionnry Society
of tbe Mi thirtist Episcopal Church in
their annual menting this morning
liBtened to reports of work in the
bou!h, where schools are msititained
for instruction in housework and the
care of the sick is given as well as in
bioks. The work is reported in a
iijunsntng condition. Mrs. L. D.
Mcuabe, editor, and Mrs. S. AV
Thompson, publivher of the society'i
paper, ttomwi zom juwionn. re
ported that publication ia a flourish
VAsnisoT.iN,0. toberi9. The Com
mi-nuutrof Imlian Aflairn, J. D. C,
Atkina, bus in t cotnn'eti'd his ain:Util
ti port, showing thu op rations cf tne
iuu an tfuraau a iring ti e Irst n cal
je.-;r. lie beiir.s by ca'ling attontijn
io lue unmistaitauieevideicesotirog
ress made by many of th t.ibts, and
says: The eicelltnt temper, subor
dination ami gennral trHiiquili'y
which, with two or three exceptions,
have evety whete ptevailed, is of itself
a mt st aus(iic ous otn-n ol progrfS",
Many facta fully establish the claim
tbat duiiug the p st jear the ludiau
ace bas taken a firmer st.p in tbe
march towaid civil tition than evor
before in the mine length of time,
Ihe estimatua f.r curving on tbe In
d an rervice have lieen reduced from
7,328,0i9 in 18SG, to $3,008,873 for
and but for an mcn-ae of f 177.
5C0 in eslimnte for educational wcrk,
uu reuucion wouiu nave u?en
greater. Considerable space is de
voiea o a U'scnrsoa it the con
dition and future of the five civil zed
tribes in the Indian Territory. Ke-
lerring to the attempts of "boom
era to encroacn upon their lestr-
va'ion, the Counniw-ijuer says: It is
not reasonable to expect that the gcv-
ernmeijt, win never lire ol menecinir
its own people with its own atrny.
Therefore it bacomss vtstly important
tnai tnese nve civilized tribes should
ro operate with the government in es
tablishing peace and qu'et wi hin
thur herders. Aft. r epnakirg of the
iaiitire ci tnese indiacs t3 sympsthize
with the government in its effort to
promote the taking shares of allot
ments of lande, Cominit-eioner A'kim
says it would bs btst for the Indians
to div.de their lands in cevetalty, h1
loting iou acres to er-cti bead ot a fam
ily and eiitlitv acres to each minor
child. If the large surplus remaining
suouia ne eoiu io acuai seuiets at a
just price the proceeds wculd enable
the poorer ituiiane to improve their
allotments, put u; school buildingB,
etc. eiys tne uomnrs loner: Lxt
these Indians once ussume all of the
responsibilities of ci'izma of the
United biates, with its laws ex ended
esapro ecting tigis ovtr them, acd
uie cay ci ineir irar anct appreben-
eionB of marauding whites willbe
forever ended. The Commissioner
dwells at lenttth npon tbe eurplua land
in tbe Indian Territory, and Bays were
all tbe Indians of the United Hiates to
be uprooted and tianeplante t to that
lenitory there would then be. in
eluding those now resident there, 2563
e.ctes b r each living Indian, lie sag-
gera mat ine niowas, uomanches,
Wichitas, CheyeLnes and Arapahoes,
tne oniy tunes in tne lerntory west
of longitude 98? be removed to lands
east of that line. He expresses his
conviction that the proportion to
throw open Oklahoma to white set
tlement would be an experiment dan
gerous to all concerned. It is, there
fore, recommended as a preliminary
step that Congress authorize the de
partment to eppoiut a commission, who
shall visit the Cheyenne9, Arapaboes,
a. owas,ucmancnes acoApacaee m the
Indian Territory to ascertain their
views with reference to the subject of
removal to lands in sad Territory,
east of 98. Tbe report says that the
immediate necessity lur the es
tablishment of a Uuited States Dis
trict Court within the heart of
the Territory of the five civilized na
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"j1",k j '"Z ' T-fT MUTUAL CONSENT, the firm of Alston. Crowell 4 Co. ti thin inj diiiolved, E. W
uu iuuui numiii ui i uuuui, inn jj uroweu recirintr. ine remaining partnera, r. t: Anton aaa 11. u. IHanry, will
neceesny iar legisiauori by uonerees
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I'EKDKUS AND CONDENSERS,
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Pratt Rellpan HnUer Hlu, red
era aud Win Kepalrena,
OS to 104 I'oplar St., Meinpkli.
r-Prntt Revolving-Head (linn ana.
quxle-l. htnok now rouilote. Prief
reduoed. Correainndcnee ana iriierfl
oliiMted. Old tiiua Itepaired in Fin
la aOrd . AH work guaranteed.
ool fflCGOwan m w.
Vholesale Grocers and Cotton Factor
And DcuIcrH in Levee antl Itailroatl tSuppliei,
"No. 874 Front Street Memphis. Tennessee,
Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants.
No. 314- Frf nt Street, Cornpr ot Monroe, Memphis, Tenn.
W. A. 8MITII, Proprietor.
AVERT GIN CO.
11'. A. Siultli'M l'ut. Separator.
Eagle Eclipse Huller (J Ins,
Plain 10 Inch Ulu, ant)
ROVTHERN ITASDARD PHKNN.
Prloe at Factor r. 9100 and 110.
v- ALLISON Er I) COT I UN CLEANERS.
? ar All ktndi nf fltna Itanalroil. HiKinlaJ
f Iiaconnt to the Trade. -
S91 and 80S rroat ., Srmnhla, Tnu
LIVERM0RE mUBRY AND MACHINE COMPANY.
FOUNDRY & MACHINE DBPT.lGOto 17. Atliuns Memphin
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(Raooeaanra in thin Ici-urtaient to J0'l?I MANUUUE.)
aorWrlte n for Inform tlnn on ANY TlTlNH In o'ther line.
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Wholesale Grocers, Cot, Factors
HO. S50 AND 868 FRONT STREET, H 31111, TE9UL.
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COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
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A HONT LIBERA 1. OEFERt
Thk Voltaic Bblt Clo., Marshall,
Mich., offer to Bend their Celebrated
Voltaic Bkltb and Eleotrio Appli
ancea on thirty days' trial to any man
afflicted with Nervous Debility, Lobs of
Vitality, Manhood, etc. Illustrated
pamphlet in sealed envelope with full
particulars, mailed free. Write them
at, once. .
A Bank' Depositor fie0,OOO,
Limcolii, III, October 29. The
iusun pane laiture assumes greater
pru(ju:uou na iuh aayg pasn. A Unt
rago ptovision firm, A. tj. Osborne &
Cx, eent a representative today to
-couec: "Justin's Montana lia
bilities now rach 195,000. The lia-
Diiiu-s now loot np 1200,009, with
only SrOT.OOO of aaeets in sight. Tbe
io?s t j depoeitora is a caol $100,000 and
Jans witn lean ill enect. Dimtin ia pre
paring to asiga and it is barely pos
sible he will pay 25 centj on the dol
In Dnraioe tor Mnklus Oat Folic
Cincinnati, O , October 29 Chits.
Doll, ex member of tbe Bsard of Pub
lic Works, was arrested this afternoon
on charge of making out falsa bills.
Ue is already under bond on a similar
charge. Tbe amount charged to have
been stolen ia about $800.
A Smaahapof Frelicbt Traloa.
Billows FalU, Vt., October 29.
A serious smaBhnp occurred this
morning at Gasnett's Station, on the.
Central Vermont railroad, eventeen
miles north of here. Tbe officia s are
reticent retarding the details of tbe
accident No. 4, a mixed freight and
passenger train, leaving here at 4 :20
o'clock, was run into In the rear by
an extra freight train following it.
Jfo. 6, another freight train, wtich ,
Vnlnnble and Convenient,
Brown's Bronchial Tkochbb are a
safe and sure remedy fur Bronchitis,
Coughs and other troubles of the
Throat and Lungs. Sold only in bote.
Price 25 cents.
Scavenger! or Importance.
Next to the bowela, or rather In conjune
tlon with them, the kidnea and bladder are
the moat important aearentera of the aye
tem. They parity the blood and oarry off it
refill, preventinc rheamatiam, dropar,
Brisht'a diaeaa anddiabetea by their active
cleanains work. Hoiletter'a Stomach Bit
tora, when the kidneya evlno a tendency to
relax the activity of their importaat funo
tion, renewa it, and tbna avert renal mala
d ea, the moat difflcalt to oope with, and
whioh auperlndaee a frif htful loaa of bodily
tiaane, aUmina and flosh. Wh.n ti renal
organa exhibit the aliihteat aymptomaof In
action, they ahoald at once receive the noed
fal atimulua from thia aafea. .Vre.t at-d
pleaeanteat of diuretioa. Chili. ..j r.:..
dyepapaia, eonatipation, liver complaint and
debility, aur alio remedied by j1""" "nu
Sabflciilrtj for tbe "Appeal."
upon tbe qucs.ion of leasing Indian
lands is also a subject of remuric. The
Commissioner refers to the iuslrac
tiors to agents looking to the teachirg
of Itidians how to faim, and says he
lnienaa to see iu mey are Mliy car-
riea oar. inesucceis ornon-s-uc.eas
cf the Indian farming expurinientB, he
tays, it will r.quire some yeara to
demonstrate. The Commissionir. in
treating of Indian ichools, speaks of
me uiiiH-uiiy expenencea in irceing
rne pupua ir.jin aaverso Home iii
flueECiS, aud, alter some diecne-icn of
the matter, s. y: "At this time, how
ever. I would not adviee dimiuntidn
of material aid and support to any of
tna uuieri'TH icinusoi cchoois now fos
tered by the government. All are
doirg excallent aud ellicient service
in ttiir particuiiir fphpres."
Hi surges 8 thht an Indinn graduate
who marries an Indian graduate be
assisted in pntcriesing a teim, on
setting on ltii) acres of L.nd, fencing,
breaking, and buildii p- a house, and
that if he takes up land outside ol any
juuiuu retcrvatiuu, ne oe mane a citi
zen of the United StutiS. Unilor the
head of agency and employes the
Commiseioner says: The genernl pub
lic nas ioDg iiuu i'ie tuea mat corrup
tion prevailed in the employee' ser
vice at Indian agencies. That many
agents, having in their own hnnds the
power to employ or d:smiss their
assistants, bad surrounded themselves
with such ma erial as they could com
plelely control, through fear of die
charge, or by collusion with them in
duhonett practices. That this con
dition of all'airs rendered fraud easy
and us detection Dy inspectors, special
agents ana this oiuce almost impos
sible, and that thus tbe government
and tbe Indians were plundered with
impnnity, I determined to make such
a change as would effectually remove
all j oat cause lor doubt as to the hon
esty and inttgntyof the service in
this particular. Indian agents and
school superintendent, were therefore
notified tbat the office would select
and appoint all c'eiks as well as phy
sicians and additional farmer?. I am
pleased to be able to report thai most of
the agerks cordially support this move.
The ruling that agnhcy dents shall be
selected by the Indian Office ia a wiee
one and lias a ready been found to
tend directly and plainly to the im
provement of the service. Of the
necessity of an appropriation to de
fray the exponee of taking a census of
the Indians, the Uummisaioner says:
"I do not doubt tbat an accurate cen
sus would show a decrease in the
number of Indians throughout tbe
country, or at least at eevtral of the
agencies. The outlay for taking tbe
ceceus is inconsiderable when com
pared with the great caving it would
probably effect. The saving in two
instances Cheyenne and Aranahoa
and the Pine Ridge will amoan t to a
large Bum annually."
irv. will Ann.
tinae the buaineie at the old aland, corner Front and Union atreete, annuinlnir all IWiiiliiier
andoulleoting all outstanding account!. K. W. CHOWKLL.
, . f . D. ALBION.
Memphis, Tenn., September 1, 18Sfl. II. II, MAURY.
rOn retiring an ahova. I boanenk fur mv auooeaaora a eontinnatlon nf the liberal iiatrnn-
age heretofore extended the old arm. K. W. CHUWKLL.
ALSTON, MAURY & CO.
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o. o. nr.
E. A. FA BUB.
J, T. FARGASON & GO.
UMesalo Grocers & Cotton Factory
8SB rroat Street, MempMi, Tonu.
Oeitel aenilf led to ai will have ear earefnl attention.
aeleeted ateok ot
Wt tarry at all Maaeaa wejQ.
Staple It Fancy Groceries, Wines, Llqucrsjcbficeg & Cljirci
. i. BSOWI,
Liberal Advances on t'ouMlKnuicnln.
Front Nirect. : : MemnlilN. ri 1111.
LUMBER YARD I
Brlnbler, Ark., M aanfbctnrer ef
YELLOW FINE AND OAK LUMBER.
AUD DIALIM IB
Doors, Sash, Bllain, I)r8od Flooring, Ceillnr, WeaUerBoardlaf.
jpru BblnKlen, lMtun, lite.
mmrOur fkolllMea are onaarpaaaed by any aawmlll la tha Booth for Ailing crdera promptly,
riaerawj. Oeiliba, Bldiaa. Htep Lnmk.r and Crpreaa tihlnglea a apeotaltri alao. ITramlM
rf all ilaamiioaa. we make the Wholeaal Dualneae a apeeial feataxe. Oriea
aolicited and promptly oiled.
GEO. ISAYHJULL.I2II, AGENT,
Pe.124 Jefferaon Street Memphii. Tenneisef
SUGGS & PETMT
And Commission Merchants,
2GO mid 262 Front m. Miiii1i1m, Tenn.
A. TACOARO & Co
VHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS,
Not. 878 AND 280 FRONT STREET, MEMPHES.
J. T. LiPRADE,
Lata j. I. Lal'rade i Co.
Lata with J. 1'. Lal'rade A Co
URESES dfc HfllEaTSngEJ
((4fO IJSNOIW TO N. L. I.KE), JUBBEIM OF
Cigars and Tobacco
27 Htnln Mry i. OrP. ConH, -nnro. lTf-uilila. Tenn.
To the Trade asd Smokers
THE IMMBKSE POPULARITY 0UB
A Valuable Patent.
Saacjr'aj (Horee) torn and Fca plan,
HAVINS perfected my Inventioh, I wiih
to olaoe it before the Dnhlln. aiu.l.ii
m mofaotnrera. Aa a Corn Planter, Itiaa
perfeet anooeee-opena the drill, diatrlbated
ihe Med aoeuratelr. nninlnr.H. .fiH
the aame, ther.br one man rerforalnt tha
work of three. The have been need ia
thia aeetioa for over doeen jreara with per-
'niZ mOll & JOYIIER, Vliolesalc Apcnls,
Have attained, haa Indnrwd nnprlnolpled mannfaotnrera to plaoeon the market ban.
ImlUtlon. We Hereby caution the public that all (lennlne Oitarroi will bear A KKU beal
on euh box, and oar Vaeiory Number, Uo, Sil llialrlnt, N. If.
Ihe enly all long Havana filler oixar on the market for O eenta.
CZIO. X. IjIBH mto CO.,
Factory atJO, 3d Vlatrlct, f, Y.
FOR BALB Br-8. A. Franiloll. P. Carlin, H. J. Heiater, R- Mai.Ur, B. 'Campbell A Co.
No. 301 Front street, : Meniplils, Tenn.
Jlavlng retired from the Haddlery and Hnroea bnlnnfl and opened nn office na :ibore.
lire pleated to announce to our frlenila and the puhlic vnneriilly tlmt wo are now propurnd
t aerve them in our new capacity. Koturnmir tlinnka for tlie very lilmrul nitronno ex
tended ua in the old line, wa truat to merit and receivo a rhnro of ymr I'ayi.rj in the nv
k Pit A PI-.. ,icij H A t It A (Ml.
Cotton Factors, Wholesale Grocers,
IT. 11 Union Street. :
U. 0. PKAKCB.
HOItN h. MuCLKLLut.
M.O.FBARB & Co
Cotton Factors & Commission Msrch'tS,
No. 280 FRONT STREET, ME11PHIS, TENN.
Me)a Winbeiiv-IlN S8 and 0 Vnlmm StrMt.
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