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DAI VV IUAMKSU1T1U.
Important Decisions of the Snprrme
Court Aff, cling Ja'lunul Hanks
and Insurance Companies.
Wasbiwoton, Oct' ber 31. The M
lowitviu I're-urient Cleveland's prrtc
liniion deuitsnanqf; Turns lay, No
ven,bt r 2 til, e a daj til thaakbgiviug
Bj the President of itie United fc'tate.t
It I s long t'een thetustomol tbe
aeoflo tf ti e United Hit a, on a Ay
IB each year i;x-c al!y tei apart lor
that purposM by tht chief executive,
U aikmwledga tbe goodness and
i n y ol God, and tn invoke Ins con
tinoeJ cate and protuiti jd. Io ob
servance of audi custom, I Orovor
Cleveland, President, of the United
BtatfS, dr hereby designate and set
at a .Thursday, the 2uih day of No
vetubrr iniitaut, to bo observed snl
kept as a diy ol thankigivinn and
prayer. O.i that day let all onr people
forego ;hoir aceaetomed emiloyment8
and as.euib e in their ttual places of
worsti p, 1 1 K ve thanks to the in er of
tbe nnivurso, for onr continued enjoy
urni ul ihu blessinid of a free govern
ment, lor a renewal of baiinois pros
perity ihronjjhoatonr land, for tne re
turn wMch has rawsrded the labor of
ttioee wt.oiiil the (Oil, and for our
progress as a people in all that makes
a nation (treat. And while we con
template the Inflr its power of Uod
in 4it' q-iake, fl iod unl sio'ui, let
tbe raUliil iitarts cl thore wbo hsve
been shielded from harm through Hi i
mercy be turned in synipaii y aud
kindness toward tbcsn who haveruf
tared throniih His visits!! ins. Let us
alio, iu tt e imditol oar ihanliFRivinir,
. .. ..I
renumber trio, poor ami reouy wnu
lie rftil ti.lt and ala s, su tbtt our
sjivx'.s in jy, bv deds of oSurity, bo
Di:,de acc. p'abla in the s g'.it of tbe
lu witnf fs wberool 1 hsve hereunto
set uiv hrnd and catibed ttio soul of
tlio Uuiti d Status ti bo afliied.
Done at the d rof Wo. blest n, thl.t
mi day of vetuber.'ntlie yearof our
.Lord ouetboustnd tiuin uunureii ana
'ghtv-siz ai d of the Indepnndnnce ol
tnuUi.ited Slates ol Anicica th. one
hundred and oli"ve.nth.
T. If. UIii. Senretarv of Btate.
lrlnea I. mil- kihiImiu Call an the
Wash hotom, November 1. rrinos
Louia Napoleon called at the White
Home lo lay aud pa d his rwpctR to
ihu Pieudout. Iln wa accompanied
bv his private S'crclary and Mr.
Albert de Fersstnr, rJeur, tiry of tho
Italian location. The itros.-ntutions
were mde by Secretary liavard. The
President received thetn in the biue
trior. There were ro editresses,
The President and the Prince con
vened tcK'itber lor abont filVen
miua e. The party went ti Balti
more at 10 o'clock tins morning aud
returned at 8 o'clock this afternoon
This evenir g (be Prince is tbe guest
1 Col. Jerome Uonapsrte.
laurt Do la
Wasuiioton. November 1. A de
eiaion was rendered by the Supreme
Court ol the Ur.i'ed bt.tos to lay iu
a soriai ol cases known as the Pacilio
Katloual Bank caes. brought here by
appxal from the United Hiates Circuit
Coart for tbe Dis net of Miunachu-
elK These were mils instituted by
the Rt Oliver of tbe in-olvent J'fti'iflo
Ka ional ilai.k of Bostun, agtin't tliH
lockholdi rs of that b,mk to enforce
personal liability lor an assessment of
100 p r cunt, upon tbe shares of both
tbeoilg nal and the incrensed capital
stork ul the bank standing upou its
books in their names. Tbe stock
holders main'ained when the
casus were tried In the court below,
that they were not llnble on tho share
ol increased capital tt ck be d by
them lor the reneon that tho increase
ol the capital I f.VO,000 t f'.Mil.ODO
was unauthorir,.d and illegal, and
they ware not parlies to it. This
ourt holds that the st ckbolders are
liable upTi their shi.ros ol Increased
capital block ; that tbo deft noes at law
and tbo alleged ground ol relit I lu
equity are alike instiiuritjttt, and tlut
tbe jadgmonti and tlec tej of the Cir
cuit Court in favor of the receiver
must be atlirmed in a 1 the cans, and
it is so ordered. Tain dr cisiou oven
ten cases in this cou t aud several
pending suits In tbe e mrls of Ma'iia
cliU'Otis. 'i'lxi opini iu was dobvorcd
by Juiiice Mai he.
'An ,h;ir duci.-ion was rendered by
the Court tod ty in tho o:ijinal ceso
of the Pbieuix It su'anci Company 1 1
at a?mn:t 0 arU'i K Dyor, Juda ol
thu Pnit 'd t?tat"M Du.nct Conri for
the K.tti'ru Ditr:ot ol Wic .iiHn.
This (sse, wh'ch ih a pti;ion to thiti
Court for a wr.t of probi' i'l'iu, arise
out of an ecuou inttituU-1 by the
(jiipdiich Tra' sp :rttioii Company,
lu the Wire r sin D.ctri t Court, t )
limit its liabil 'y rs owner of tbe
steamer Oconto P,r L'aniagei canori by
fire due t ) ap'rks f'om tbe chimneys
of Unit vifsel while eho passing up
Fox river on her way to Gre n liny.
Tim PI oeuix Insmaiiie Company and
the ether plai otitis now aak this
Court to grant a writ cf prohibi'hu to
restrain the Judgo of the District
Court from fu-ilier p'ooiedinp, on the
giound that t at Curt is wi bout
Turiediulion to gri:t (lie re'itf tougbt
by the owntrs f tbe sUanier. This
Court holds that there la nothing
in the fdniirulty rules which warrauts
trie jurUdiotiou ol the DiHtriit C nnt
of VViBcoieir, nnd that tbo c.ise is
clearly one I r a writ of prohibition.
Trie writ will, tfioiolsrc, be hsuod.
This Cumt d its not, however, deride
tbe qmslion whether or not tbe statu
tory liuii alion of lianility tx euds to
tbe ilauingoi caused by tne 11 1 o q na
tion bo ai ti bo onlorcab'e io an up
'piopriatii court tf l ornpi tunt jnria.llc
tio :, Opinion nllowid bv JiiBtcj
Mot ons wera trade in tbe United
Stl'.i'B Sipiomn Court tdUy to nd
vaure nnd I ear t gelbor immedin'oly
after the Februiry r'i all the iaro
now on the docket ot this c.urt which
inv:ilo the ereat telepboiiH cutio-ver-y.
Cour:8-l s'.nt-d to the C.-urt
that lh rioordi In tlu-su casfo com
priee 25,(K)0 nctavo paiea r.f printed
' ma t'rarid that the U'unicui, if i ll
tlm fUcin br heard together, Viilloc
. cupy a wiek er moro.
ifiHCiiurt took tho motion under
'i'ne recods iu thono ciif8Vn;hi
nir at volumitoui ever pies.'iited t.)
the Contt. Copes er.outU of tbo
reord tj supply nil Ibo jirstica in t!.e
8 Da e ccBi if the IV' plrt Trlopbone
Company vs Tha Auiui eu Hell Ccni
pauy occupy ucr.rly tifty cubic feet ot
Tne nu'iibors and title of the can s
are us folio its: Not. 113, Anion K.
Did:iear vs the American Bell Tele
phone C.iinpaiy, appeal frrm the C r
cmt. Couit of the United 8 ate (or the
D.btriit ol M'frajl-uet's; (ittfand OtiS,
the Molecular Telephone Oompany vs
the American Bell Telephone Com-
ptnv, appeal and cross appeal from
the Un ted Slates Circe.it Court (or tbe
8;uthern District ol New York; 102,
the Clay Commercial Telephone Com
any ts tbe American Bell Telephone
Company, appeal Irom the United
Ma es Circuit Court lor the Eaatrn
Us'MC. of Pennsylvania; 1161, the
P. ople's Telephone Company va tbe
Auitr lean Bell Teleohone Comptny,
sppial trom the United Htat'-s Circnit
curt for the Houthern D strict ol New
York: and 1 155, tbe Overland Tele
phone Company vs tbe American Bell
I - l-ptione Uotnraoy, appeal Irom tne
Unl'ed States Circuit Cart lor tbe
Southern District of New York.
A HEW TIEW OF CUNsUMPriOJ.
Stmmy tarabl Caaea.
ifrdical .7ia; "Many persons die
of c naampttnn who could easily be
enred, "ys Dr. H. 0. Clark, of Wa
tertown, N. Y , "il they would gi at
it right. I have a new view "I tne
di'ease. Consumption ia not always
ol lung origin."
"Miny rises of consumption are sec
ondary. The disease itsell prevails
everywhere, but the best practitioners
reluso to attribute it entirely to in
heritance or tbe weather. If a person
lives in tho most favorable climate in
the world and has any teodentyto
lang weakness, if certain conditions
exist in the system, that climate,
however favorable, will not prevt ni
deTe'onmont of the disease. The dis
order ia such cases is only a secondary
symptom in the luugi of sons otlie r
ailment, and can never De cured uuiu
approached through its source."
"Yes, doctor; but what ia the meth
od of appreachT"
"If you dip your fir gr in acid you
burn it, do yon not?"
"If you wash this burnt finger every
second with the acid, what is the re
"Why, constant inflammation, fes
tering and eventual destruction of tbe
"Precisely I now, men, lor my
method, which commends itself to tbe
reason and judgment of every skillful
praci itiouer. You know certain acids
are developed in the body. Well, if
the n yetera is all right these adds are
neutralized or utilized and canted out
If the eye em ia run down by exoeta,
anxiety, continual exposure or over
work these rcids acta ran I ate in tbe
blood. If there is ar;y natnral weak
ntss in the lung tbm at'id atmcm it,
having a natural ailinity for it, and if
tho snid ia not neutralized or passed
out of the svstem it bump, ulcera'ep.
and llna'lv destreTa the lung. Is this
"ferfectlvl But how do you pre
veut tho accumulation ol ttitse acids
in the av.t mT
"lrrrini aiities of tho livor and kid-
nevH areate this excess of acid and the
supply can be cut eff only by c jrrect
inu the wrong action of tbeso organs.
The kidneys alone should carry oat in
iirianiitv. in tolation. enough of this
acid ilarlv. which, if left in the blond,
would kill four men. When the
the ttoiaairh,lbe liver and tbe tiJneys
are all conspiring to increase the acid,
the wonder ia that wek lungs resis
ilaath as loni as thov dot"
"But you have not told ua how you
would treat audi caes."
"No, but I will. Tbe lung are only
diseased as an tfert of this acid or kid-
nee nniwn In the blood. Alter nV'
log exhausted all suthnriaed remedies
to correct tula acid condition, I waa
compelled, in justice ti my patients,
to nee Warner sealo euro; ttioagn a
proprietary reniedv.it is now recog
nised, I see, by leading physicians, by
uieaidenta of S ate Boards of Health
nnd insurance physicians, as a scion ti
de and the only specific for those great
(ireans in which over 90 per cent, of
diseases originate or are sustained.
"Ia i his form of treatment success
"It is wouderfally to, and lor that
riaton I am only tco willing that you
should annrance it to tbe world ol
ihe Publukm : We have
reived the above Interview Irom H. H
Warner A Co.. Rochester. N. Y.. with
tho rf nust that we publish it or the
d'tod of nurfrrt'tio neruife. In a loot note-
in t'.eir letter tnev sv:
" I he experience of Dr. Clark is not
ftr.'tiuoto ua. In our correspondence
we have found that many tnonsauds
i f people are Buffering from what they
It ink is Consumption, whereas ihu
r.'l diffkuliy is wiih tbe liver sod
kid.ius, proven by the fact that wheu
tin an oryaua are lestored to health by
tl.o lue of Warner's fafo Cure tho
consumption di appears, and to does
uremic or kidney poisoning, which
caimoj bo many symptoms of diseases
that the hnnian i-y. tern 18 BUDj-'tt to,
1 be. name mav uesmil ot rheumsttm
cansod by an acid condition of the
avHtftn. We innist apon what we
always hava rlniirreil, if you remove
(lie ranne. the sv tm will soin
verlect thf uxnk alrfntlu brgun. Mrs,
Ke v. Dr. Thooilora Wolf, of Oettv sbu r
111., wife of tbe editor of the Lul
era Uuarlrrtv. said her friends
thought her 'far gnie with consump
tion, but after a thorough tieatment
with Warner's eufe cure, she lays: 'I
am nnrfeotlv well.' We can citeinou
amis of such riiap, but one is enoagh
If you publish the above article, kind
tri ui a markfd own."
We siadlv Rive place to the article,
lor if we can in any way stay the
lava.eaof consumption, which car
riea away ao many millions yearly, it
is our bounden duty to do so, lPo
Uartboldl mo Pari k rails
Bt rrALL N. Y November 1. M
Bartluldl aed tbe Frerch delegation
to the United State, with the excep
tion ol Count de Lessepe, arrived at
Ningura Falls on a special train last
niiriit, accompatueil by the lion. Lev
P. Morton, tho Uo. Chauncey M
Denew and others. The paity will
spin d today a cht seeing at the Fall
at.d loava for New York this evening,
'Oar Babjr'a First Tear,"
by Marion Hrulatul, with other vi
bin information; forty-eight page book
Hont free on receipt of 2 cent sl-iuip,
Addri'H Reod A Carnrick, Mercantile
r.aeuaiige iiiuniii, new iui viij,
Ihe Itrotbera at KMkiaur Koarb
I.omi Island City, I-. I.,Ootobei SI
Two hundred and (Jftv oft'ied-le
uiites to tbo Nati uml Convention of tl
II r,th"rhood ol Lor,, motive Kniiineert,
with their wivia, vititfd Kockaaay
lru li on a special train thlaalterno m
Tbev wero tbe irn Ih of Austin Corbin
prcsub nt tf the I.nng Is'and Hulr. ad
Uompariy, I'lviscn No. lb, corn
poeil of ei gineera emplovtd on th
loni Ifl'nnd railroad, efcorted Ihe de
entiles. Tlie party retnrned to Ne
York fiis evening.
PRKTABK roK ri.OOOJ.
Fonndations, cellar walls and build
lugs Kublect to overflow should be cote
'tucti d with Louisville Cement- It
MEMPHIS DAILY: APPEAL TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 2. 1886.
SHE FRO rill IS IfAXDsOXELT
FOE DEB KINSFOLK
And Their rbildren and Leaves
Large Sum to the Dlocme of
Niw Yobs, November 1. Tha will
of Mis. Cornelia M. Stewart, widow of
the late minioraire dry triors mer
chant, wa fi'ed for pr bit" todav by
ex Judrre Horace Russell, Mr. Henry
Hilton a Iatber-)n-law. Citet ops were
mmedistely issued 10 tbe heirs a'id
tit of km, made returnable No vain
In the imtrnment Mrs. Ptewart be
nt aths 200DO per yesr during life to
her brother, Charlrs F. Clinch; to
each of ber s'sters, Anna, Emma and
ulm, she haves an anr.aity nf $10,000
year; to her niece, ttarab N. Smith,
she leaves $250,0( 0; to Cornelia S.
Butler she leaves $200, 0U0; to eaoh of
her children, Lswrencn and Charles
Butler, $50,000; to Kate A. HmMh,
200,(X0; to each of the remain'ng
bildren of Strah N. Bmitb, namely.
Louisa, Ella, Beie and James, $100.-
009; to each of the children ol her de
feated sleter Lon'se, formerly the
ife of Ckarlea E. Butler, namely.
Rosalie, Helen, Virgin!, L'llian, Mac-
ell and l'rescolt, ScjO,0(0 All the
rest ol the estate, real and pcronal.
she bcitneatcs to Charles J. Clinch,
ow ol Paris, and Henry Hilton, ol
None cf the legacies are to be rata
ble until thr.e ytais from the flua'
proba'e of the will, nor any of tbe an
nuities until bix months alter such
J he executors to tbe will are Charles
Clir.ch and Henry Hilton and the
witnesses to the insuum nt Habry K.
Davies, James Henry Work and Ed-
wa d is. Hilton.
The will ia dated July 6. 1677. I n a
codicil to the will rhe revokes the be-
qne tto Hinry Hilton of one-half of
ier residuary etate and instead be-
qui atns to turn one-nail ol the residue
I nor properly and ettatfl ia trnt. to
collect, receive, hold, manage, cjntiol,
Bell and apply tho same to the follow-
ngpurpores: io complete the Slew-
art Memorial Church now in cou'BB of
erection by ber at Garden City. L. I..
and to eupply It with all that is neces
ary lo uiako it a free church nnd a
Ktuedrai i r tne rrotestant Enisconal
vburch of the diocese ol Liror
Ih end, N. Y. Toondow it wl h snh
money as will maintain it forever with
provisions for the Bishop of tbe d i 1-
cee and nts aeeistants; to construct
wo buildings fo be mod as schools
and seminaries of lea-ning, to be at
tached to euoh cathedral, and to endow
them with such money as will suetaiu
them lorever, and to erect such other
buildings as the cathedral aud romi-
naries and schools may require. All
these buildings are to be erected on
Mrs. Stewart's land there, known ss
Hempstead Plains, L. I. These build
ings when completed aro to be con
voyed to the use forever (f the Prot
estant Episcopal Church ot the Dio
cese ol Long Island, or 1 1 tbe corpora
tion known as the Cathedral of the
Incarnation and the Dioctse ol Long
Island. All tbe one-half cf ber resid
uary eslats so devised is to be applied
for the above purposes. If any heir
brcomes a party to any proceeding to
sn inteifereuce with the will, the pro
vision in the will io his or her favor to
be cancelled. The codicil of tbe will
s dated May 27. 1878.
By another codicil Mrs. Stewart
authoriicB Mr. Henry Hilton in re
gard to tbe share and portiun of ber
properly devised and bequeathed to
11111 in trust to lease and dispose of it
from time to time as he shall deem
expedient; all such acta to be val d
and as etientuat as it made by the teg
tatiix, slid a 1 e xpenaes to be allowed
him without furtner print! than that
they were aotual y ma le Judgo Hil
ton is empowered to divide sny tar
plus among the legal belts. Ha is
empowered to spro ut or eubstitu'e a
truiitee or trosUes to act in his place
for any desired period, and at will to
revoke Mich appuintment, aud by will
lo appoint his eucceiaeor, provided,
however, that tbe said trust shall not
continae b ngcr than the lives of Kate
A. and James C. Smith, named in the
ill. By another codicil, dated May
SI, 1381, Mr Stewa t brqueaths to
rarah N. Smith and her heira one
equ si part of the share of tbe estate
granted to her nephew, Charles J.
Clinch. She gives $25,000 to be
distributed by the executors among
her household servants living with
her at the lime of ber death. The
laatrolic.il isdato.l November 30, 1886.
Alter sta'ing that the cathedral and
St. Paul's School at Gardes City has
been complete J and endowed revokes
all former clauses lo the will and codi
cils thereto, except that tbe tmst -e is
empowered at lua discretion to build
and enilow a seminary of learning f ir
women as described in previous codi
cils sud to erect such ther institu
tions anil buildings connected with
the cathedral an will be nece.-sary.
Abeolnte title to the property is vested
in the legatee to convey and transfer
the property lu arord.urce with the
provis'ODS of tbe will and codicils.
a host i.ih:rai. urrcKi
Tub Voltaio Bult Co., Marshall,
Mich., otlor to send their Colubratod
Voltaic Bults and Electric Appli
ance on thirty days' trial to any man
afflicted with Nervous Debility, Lose of
Vitality, Manhood, etc. Illustrated
pamphlet in sealed envelope with full
particulars, mailed froe. Write them
What Ika Jaaaneea
rrlare Haa la
Ciiicaiio, III , November 1. Prince
Komalau, of Japan, with his suite,
spent yestorday in viewing tbe city.
The party will stait for New Yoik this
afternoon. In conversation with a re'
porter the Prince exprtsud great ad'
miration for tbe Anioricin people. 'As
for the Jtp.incae, be said they are a
progressing people, and are natmtaHy
peacolovmg, and inquisitive tJ the
eitent that they are ttrivir.g to learn
whht tbey rati cf other nations and tJ
require a knowledge of public affairs
that will redound to their own bent fit
liOII Rnlrs or 'otan Rnrueel.
Livihpool, November 1. The shed
on the Wellington dock, which was
burned yesterday, contained 1500 bales
of cttou. I be loss is x.Uii.tnHi..
Arvtla Navlaniara Hanqaelexl.
Ran FntKeinen Cii... NeiVMnilierl.
Lieut. Htouey, of Arciic fame, and h'
officers were banqueted last night by
tbe Cosmos Club of this city. Htoney
will leave for Washington about the
middle of November.
Oleoaatra Draak Paarla
In her wine, and captivated Cs?ar
with ber beauty and magnificence,
Bat pear's in the mouth are better,
and our modern bran ties may have
these if tbey faithfully use Sozioomt
very day. and captivate all by simply
smiling to show their nrotty whit
Centaur Liniment is tho most wonderful Pain-Curer
the world has ever known.
Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants.
No. 314 Frf rl Street, fomer of Monroe, iffpmphK Tenn.
b-Tried in the Crucible.'
Abont twciHTVcan a;o I discovered a little sora on my cheek, and tho doctors pro.
nonuwd it cancer. 1 haw tried a nnmher of phyalclan. but without rvcelvinK any perma
nent benefit. Am'irw the iwmbcr were ono or two rpsciulM. Tho medicine tney applied
win IIUo flro to Hie e.tr, cuins intense pain. I h:iw a Ktnlemont in the papers leiling what
6. 8. 8. had done fur ot'iera similarly ulltkteil. I procured omo at once. Ikforu I had uncd
the tocond botllo the neighbors could notice that Iny cancer wan healing p. IHyRcneral
htalth had been mil for two or three years I hM a hacking ougu und spit blood oonlln
itallr. I had a severe ruin in my breast. After Ukinii ii liottles of K. ft. S. my cooffti left
me and I rn-w smuier tliau 1 had been for aeventl year. My rauoer bus healed oer all hut
a Utile ot alwiit tin' size of a half dime, and it 1. rapidly disappearing. 1 would udvine
every one with cancer lo givo S. S. b. a fair iriul.
Mi. NANCY J. JlcCONAUtiUKY, Anbe Grove, Ttpiwcanoc Co., led.
Feb. 16, im.
Bwfft'a 8pce.iH(' li entirely vegetable, and seems to euro cancers by forcing ont the Impu
ties from tbe hlood. Trvatiw on Klood and Skin Itiseases mulled free.
THK bWIKI' SPKCU' IO CO., Drawer 8, Atlanta, G.
SLEl)KBKt)SMof Come,Kliia. F.
Koa. 86 and 358 Front Street Memphli Team.
Y MUTUAL CONSENT, the firm of Alston, Crowell 4 Co. ia this day dissolved, K. JV.
ManpMs.Tsnn.. September 1. 1886.
axe heretofore extended tbe old firm.
Sia-on retiring a aoye. l oespjai lor su
. ....f.,r. ..l.nrUil the old firm.
Falffler.Thornton & Go
Cotton Factors, Vholesalo Grocers.
No. SOtt Front ftireef. MeinplilM, Teams
w. t now DUE.
.11 n i.d 30 Madison
(Ml)HK.WOKH I'M H
Old Staiula No. )
LUMBER YARD !
YELLOW PINE AND OAK LUMBER.
AMD DBALC8S IH
Doors. Sasa, B11bs, Dressad Floorinsr, CeUInar, WetfcerBor4lBf,
M CypreiM fihlnglem Lath, Ete.
ankar aft (I
ryVaV: make thJ
OEO. BAYMIIil-EB, AGENT,
S7.'1S4 Jefferson Street"
(HWCEHNOMH TO H.
Cigars and Tobacco
. . a. a aa.iit 'a a a mm rvsi bijbi aa una w mm m w m
Have attained, hselndooed P
lintuunn. nm ui """- ltr. it.
miut on. we noreo, muum.. r""::
n ech boa, and our Faoloryr-oi ""'Ji
Theonlaillonauan.B...I0.- jg 00.,
Factory a0, 3d District, N. Y.
FOR SALE BT-S. A. Fran.loll. P. Carlln. U. J. Holster, R. M.i.ter. E. scampb.il A Co,
MOON &IJ0YIIER, Wholesale Jgents,
M. HOEFLEET, Resldeat Partner.
xner., r. c-. aiiiuu sun u. ";-. r".-
i'rant and Union itreeta. assumma all lisltilittei
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S. I. BUWDltE,
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Union St., Meninliis.
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FADER, FRANK & C
Con Mtololesi Grocers
291 Front sirel. Oppowlle rnm Ilonwe
HILL, FONTAINE & CO,
Cotton Factors and Wholesale Grocers
Wrmnt Ota, Hemphla, Teutu
HILL, FONTAINE & CO.
Cotton Factors, Commission ierchants,,
Uo. 11C Bntli XXaln St.. tit. Xrnl
EDWARD MOON & CO.,
SON. 8 and 10 UXION STllEKT, - - HtJlPHIH, TOU.
DEALER IN WALL PAPER
Window Sbades, rietnre Rail
HOUSE, SIGN AND
yo. 235 Sr.C OM STREET.
KELLY, ROPER & BEILLY,
Gr ocers & Cotton Factors,
H. 8M Mlai Street, 0y
FISHER 1ARBLE WORKS
Corner Adams and Second Sts.
WE DESTBE TO CALL YOUR ATTENTION TOUUR LARHKBluuavr f iniBaaa
MAKBLIS, We are prepared to furnish new work irom lateit destine on short notaee.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED TO BE FIRST CLASS
In every raspeet and to give entire satisfaction.
We solicit yonr patronage and request that jou oall, examine our atoek, arises, etc..
bsfnre nueehnsing eleewhpre. .
Mew Cotton 6fin
Nos. 201 and 203 Madison Street, Memphis, Tenn.
BEST Tnraont and Sample Oasraaterd, Good weights, and remittanoea pi
ly made. All Cottm Inn"d while in Transit and at (Jin. Baoks furnished
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Speer's Cotton Gin
Hilling from Mulberry to St. Martin Streets
iter Insuranoe and Sacks free.
MBThe Largest and only Complete Gin in the city. .
lerBest Yield. Best Sample.
Day A Son:
W. H. HORTOW,
Late of Meaoham A Horton.
DAY, HORTON & BAILEY,
360-362 Front Street Memohis Tenn.
Quarter of a Century
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Nos. 322 and 324 MAIN
GUNS, STOVES, TINWARa
nniVEN pimps, poiis, a-jlx-jw
FVAPOHATORS AND SQUGIIITM MILLS.
Et M. APPERSOM & GO
?mi runVT STIT'E'ET. 1IEMPHIS, TEwN;
21. SaWlIl s
T7holofsaIe Grocers, Cotton Factoi-a
And Coraraissisn KsrcStaRts.
232 and 234 Front St., LlempMs,
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AB1I8TEAD & LUNDEE
COTTON FACTORS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 331 Front Street. Cor. Union, Memphis, Tenn.
HIDES, FURS, Zto.
Moaldings and Mixed Faints.
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J. W. BAILBT.
Late of ailey A Covlaftaat
in the Hardware Business.
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Grocers & Cotton Factors.
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