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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 4. 1886.
CRIME 1SD CASUALTIES.
TWO IEWLT ELECTEU CANDI
DATES rERIH 15 A FIBE
After Enduring- ths Most Ilcrlble
Tortare A JUwourl Traitedjr
A Shipwrecked Crew.
Idiahpoli, Ihd., November 3
A sppcial from Loogoo'ee, Martin
Inr1..r.avs that at 3 o'o'ock
thin miirn ino thft Aekrroan Hotel, a
two et iry frame bnildin?, was burned
and three men perished in the dimes.
They were forgotten in the excitement
until it was too late to aave them.
Two of them were John Q. Gates and
Mirbael Triccy, who were yesterday
electfd Trenrr and Auditor, ie
pec'ivfrly of Martin county. Worn
ool by the exertions of the day, they
retired at a lute hour and were not
awakened until too late to escape.
Gatos died a death of tortare, as Indi
cated by the po ition in which his
body was found. The third victim
was John" Borch, whose presence in
the building was unknown. He haves
a family of fcrar children. Gates hd
eleven child 'en, mostly grown.
Aw Old faa Semite Tra-r.
St. Louis, Mo, Wovember 3. A.
pecial from Potosi, Mo, says: A
fearful tragedy occurred Ihis morning
at Mineral Point, four miles from this
place. Rjbtrt Wigcer wis shot and
atUntly killed, and Marvin McCaba
received a wound which will un
doubtedly prove fatal. An old quarrel
between Wipger and the McC'abes
bad never betn nr ttled satisfuc'orily to
eitber, and this morning Marvin Mc
Cabe and his three sonB John, James
and Charles met Wipger and re
inewtd the quarrel. AiUr the ex
chanaeof hot woids the senior Mc
Cabs attacked his old entmy. The
latter drew his revolver and fiied, in-
ictirg a fatal wound. The wounded
ninnV eons then produced vheir
weapons, and alter the exchange of a
few elieW Winger sunk to the sround
ahot through the body, and died al
biis' instantly. The MeOabe boys
were arrested and lodgad In jail at
A ajt.am.r Vlewa Vp.
rononiiiMia.N. Y., November S.
At 9:30 o'clock this morning the
boiler of the eUamer Coxsaekia
bu-stdd, killing Fireman Matthew
Quinn, of Coxsackle, and scalding an
other firaman sr-rlously. Aodrew
Fitx.eiald, arotlfr fireman, was on
deck at tho time and escapnd. The
boat is now lylrg in midst earn.
Five ! al Wuhan! Food or
Naw York, November 3. The
schooner Arina B. IlntrtifBon, which
arrived ti;dy from Cuogres, via Key
West, report that on October 14th,
fifty miles south of Dry Tortoga-, she
picked up the captain, mate and f jnr
amen oi the bark Tree Auroras,
from Baicelona for Havana, upon a
piece of the cabinhouao, thoy having
been five days in that condition with
out lood or water. The captain stated
that the bark broke up and sunk on
October 10:b. during a hurricane. The
balance of the crew, seven men, are
a.ppatsd to have ginedown with her.
converted to steam ; tbia strikes jet
of oil; a gas is thus formed which
raakei a bright, hot fiie, that cooks
the meal and warms the bouse.
Thi Columbia Uerald reports: Not
withstanding this is the OTtn day of Oc
tober gardens in the city in earns
places look gTeen and vigorous, and
contain lettuce, beans, spiunsge, etc.,
which owners have been enjoying. It
is nearly Christmas, but frost Las yet
done little damage to vegettion. And
Sunday was a dnstr day. Cotton and
corn have been brought in freely dur
irg the week.
A J.OTIL SPECTACLE
WltaeMod T.Mdnr.i lb. St reels of
THE BEE FEUS.
awltVa Bean BilU'On. an '"
noralUton Araaoar'a Bnleoera.
CniCAOO, 111.. November 3. At
H. m'a I'ackinK House killiag waa re-
nmed todav. bnt not on a very ex
tensive scale. It was difficult to ascer
tain whore tho butchers came from.
The s rikers said they were clerks
from tbe offices. At the Nelson-Morris
Packing' House about 125 men
were at work, but no killing was done.
"We have a'l the beef on hand," said
one of the firm, "that we need. Ws
don't want to kill any more just yet.
We can get all the men we want, too.
We Lave applications from all over
tbe country for work."
"Do ynu expect your old men to
"They can come ba-k if they want
toa bnt we won't auk them."
"'Have they made any formal de
mands on you yotT"
"What cave they to demand. If
you ai-k them what they want they
can't tell you, and in fact, three-fourths
of them would be back at work it they
were not ad aid of the other fourth."
The striker) were exercising their
nfluence today to induce Armour's
men to join them. In the big pack
ing ea ao iihmnnta vi lt rj were cot
welcomed as Out usually are, and at
the doors ot the beef packing depart
ment guards were stationed to keep
' everybody except employe! out.
There was no disorder, however, to
day. TENNE3SE NOTES.
A CnuciFKR (Ueivierson count v)
writer eavs: The Farmers' Wheel is
rapiJly growing over here, aud we are
now buing cheaper tooth in Jackson
than we have ever bought before.
Gallatin is showing vast energy In
restoring its huri.t district, and re
stored Gallatin will be an improved
Gallatin. Tho tire' department has
bean put upon an ethcient footing,
with two engines.
Pbrbt county report! failure in
rops, which produce only 10 per
cent.; pesnuts may reach 00 per cent.
Its people want to extend their pub
lic rshodls and lengthen tho term, bnt
' have not the money they heartily iu
o ae the Blair bill.
TaTi Coi'ntt (Miss.) Kemrd: "The
weather is still favorable for gatherit g
crops, and in some parts cotton is turn
ing nut rime better than was expect
ed. buV unlofS we can get a better price
for cotton than it iB selling for at ptea
ent there can ha bat little hope for
many poor farmers."
Tn Winona (Mirs.) Advance reports
the receipt ol 1178 b.iloa of cot
ton there last week. Grenada re
ceived 1000 baits. Kvc ry good eiaed
town is beci.mi: g a cotton market,
and predictl iih ar) mad ti nt other
large, c'ties will feM the ctlucts, as New
Orleans has done fur two years past.
Am cout'ty fairs dying out in Ten-
iesee,T It would hi ii torestinn to
know the mom v outcimo ot each one
held this (a 1. The ISavaauali, Teun
Counrr rei orte: The irrom receiptee!
the fair were: Gate, $1-5 50; all oilier
ronnus, $221: total, $iilii 50 The
society stoted out with t-l.jl) and ( Hi J
nearly $7i 0 in premiums.
Tub Jackson Dipa!ch Uptonvll'a
coirtppjiidflit says the farmers are
busy y hering their corn, which is tot
as go-id as was anticipated. Cotton
pickii'g i moving on rapidly, about
two thirds 1 1 the trop l:as been un h
ercd ulready. The prospect for whekt
cowing is rathrr slim, ce otir farnura
have luet bo mui h by sowing it.
Tut Forked Doer Blade recoida the
organis ition of the Tennenseo U a
Fne Mann'actiiricg Company; capi
tal, $100,000. The apparatus is put
into iny ttove rr gra'e. A eligt t
stream of water, flowing in pipes, is
The canvass at Naihville was spirited
as far as tbe snbmhsionisls were con
cerned. Meetings were held nightly,
larely attended, and addressed by
plmffvmnn. anaakera from abroad and
prominent reputable citizens of this
citv and count r. The lines were
harnlT drawn, and the flirht wai dl
rected against slavery. Gradually the
revolt against tbe machine spread,
resulting, aa stated above, by
the defeat of the wkole Democratic
ticket, with the exception of Mims,
against whose character and ptotiiui
tinnviewa no doubt was entertained
An nnaaemirrlv liirht was witnessed
on tbe s'reets Tuesday, and the better
claea of people condemn it, Oapt.
Ttiomaa (1. Kvman. an earnest Prohi
bitionlat, got an oxen carnage this
morning and placed in it the wife of
Wm. Owen, the man who was killed
Imit nioht. aa telegraphed you then,
8he waa drersed in deep mourning,
unit in htr arms routed her in
fant child. It was an oausual
scene such as waa never before wit
nessed on ehction day. The poor
woman seemed more dead than alive
end ai if benumbed by tue great
shock she bad received, t'apt. Ryman
at in the carriage with her on the
streets today in an open carriage, bear
ln a lianner inscribed ss follows:
'The only support of this Uonily
was murdered last nieht in 1. J. Wiu
frey's saleoa, one ol T. J. Blowey b
fiiends, by Win. Gallagher, who was
afterward e nested in T. J. Hlowey's
ealoon." This spectacle was deplored
Vit manv. but it undoubtedly made
Klnr inaa hundreds of votes. Capt.
Kyuian's seal in the case got the better
of bis discretion is wnai neariy every
body is saying tonight.
Pari. November 2. Prince Welde-
mar, of Denmark, has arrived la this
I.ORDOB. November 2. Tbe biehoi
nl I.nniton. Rocheeter and Bsdfori
and (Ordinal Manninir. the Kev. Mr'
Spurgeon and tbe ltev Mr Reany,
have leaned a Joint letter urging that
public works be started wherever pos
sible to provide work for unemployed
laborers at wages somewhat below the
Lokpoh, November 2. A death
from what was undoubtedly Aeiatlc
cholera has ocenmd in Vieuna. Home
anxiety is felt there in consequence,
although the sanitary condition of the
city is excellent. Dr. Keech, of Ber
lin, declares that a case of cholera
which his been discovered near May
ence is of the Asiatic type.
Hratea Ueta ma-Hard Laek for
BiLtAST, November 3. Sexton has
been declared elected te Parliament
for the Western Division of Belfant.
The petition of Mr. Haalett, Conserva
tive candidate, to have the seat vacated
on the ground of bribery having been
denied, the petitioner was condemned
to pay tbe coals, of the proceedings.
The decision in Buxton's favor waa re
ceived with enthusiasm in the court
room. The result being made known
to the crowd ouUtide, they immediately
commenced to stone the building.
Svavewsera r Importance.
Next to tb bowoli. or rathtr ia Mojan
tlon with lbm, tb'a kldnara and bladdar are
the nroit ImporUvt loaranserl of the sys
tem. Thar Rarlfytha blood ana otnr on iu
rfui, proTOnttiia rhaamatliai, dropir,
Brliht'i diataM and diabataa br their aottr
cleanaini work. Iluilattar's Htomaoh BlU
tori, when tho kidaori orlnoo a Undonoj to
nlii tho aotiritr ol thalr trapartaat fnna
tlon, ronowa It. and thni ararta ranal mala
d , the moat diffloalt to oopo with, and
which iurorlndao a IHshtfal loaa of hodily
ii...... itimlnt uit Smk. Whoa tho renal
oriana oihiblt the alishtoat armptniaa ol in-
ction , thar abnaia at onoa reoeiTO mo aoea
lut itlmulna from thii aafent, airoat and
lileanleat of diuretics. Ohil a and feer,
d?iDil. oonativatlon, llrer eomploint ana
debility, ara alto reaedied br It.
ROMANCE I! REAL LIFE.
WESTER GIRL WBO IS TO
MARRT A COUNT
A Mew Republic to Be raraaea.
IiOsooH. November S. The Rt.
Hun. Edward Stanhope, Colonial Sec
retary, annoumed tha' Western K i in
land will form a new Republic. Kait-
em Zululand will be reserved for the
ulna ut der a British protectorate, if
the Zulus desire it. The Boer pro
tectorate over the country will be
abolished. The entire coast hereafter
will be under Uriltih protection.
Kaht Flad Her Certifl ate of Bap
tism to Prove Her Identity -Iler
Milwadko, Wis., November .1.
The fact that the marriage of Mies
Fannie Itieeia. a touoe Milwaukee
lady, to a wealthy m.b eu- an in Italy J
bas been postpond became ber birth
certificate cannot be produced, as re
quired by the civil laws of Iia y, has
mads publio a romantic fctory. The
lady, who is bow in paio, bas enlist
ed the Rev. Mr. Bversx, a leading min
ister of this c.ty, in an tfloittoflud
the missiog ceitiflca'e, but thus far be
has been nnsuccerafut. Miss Boners
was born in a humble cottajre on Han
over street, in Milwaukee. When ehe
was quite young her father commi'ted
a ciime for whioh he was sentenc?d to
a term in the State prison, and a few
months before the expiration of his
sentence be became involved in an al
tercation with a guard. Seizing a
shovel, he wis about to strike a cuard
with it, when the la'ter shot him
dead. His wife, meantime, by laun
drv work had eked out a miserable
existence forberself and family of little
children, among whom was the little
girl now betrothed to a wealthy Dalian.
The letter's pretty face attrattudethe
uotioe ot a wealthy Milwaukee lady,
who adopted and educated ber. Her
natural aptitude for music was culti
vated, and se received a flue mns'cal
education. About this time her foeter
fa her, a Board of Trade man, became
involved in heavy speculations, and
in an attempt to save himself obtained
money by false pretenses, and he was
sent to the same State pnsjn where
her father had been killed. Peeling
tbe disgrace of ber husband's criraB,
the wife, with her adopted daughter,
went abroad. Tbe foster mo her, pos
sessing a floe nautical education, has
gained a living as a teacher. They
made Italy their borne for
a time, then France, but are now in
Spain. The young Udy had all this
time been in correspondence with
her more intimate friends in this city.
Her letters told of her advance
ment in her musical studies
sud ber travels. A few
weeks ago she informed her Mil
waukee correspondent of her engage
ment to a wealthy Italian physician,
and that the marriage was t joc;ur
shortly. She BBked one of lir par
ticular friends to do her a favor, fcihe
requested that a copy of her baptismal
ceitiflcate be secured of the Rev. Mr.
liealy to be foi warded to her, as the
ceremony, under me laws oi me couu-
y, could not DS perioimeu un ew mu
record wes produced. 1 he Kev. Mr.
Healy having left the city, the letter
was referred to the Rev. Mr. liversz,
who secured a copy of the dtaired cer
tificate and sent it to her. But last,,
week the Rev. Mr. i-veisx received a
letter direct from her, saying (hut she
bad made a mistake. Iuetead of tbe
hontiamal certificate ber birth certifi
cate had been demanded, consequently
the ceremony bad been postpone!
until New Year's day, pending the re
ceipt of a copy of the birth certificate,
which she reqse'ted Mr. Everts to
forward ber in Spain. Although a
birth certificate of every person born
in Milwaokie county is required to be
isrioiiL to tub arraaL.)
NkwimuH. Tbsn.. November 3-
good rain fell last night and waa badly
needed, a we have bad none in some
time. Cisterns and wellears very dry
and stock water is in demand.
A limine belonging to Dr. Johnston
i ! i i... u. u.nnn.. .
mm IJlTlTUlJIflU lij nil. uiwiuunji m
rail load man, burned a few nights
ago, oat of which nothing was saved
The origin of the fire is unknown.
lamia S. Blalna en Baaiweaa.
Nsw Yohx. November 3. The Hon,
James U. B aiue was at the Filth Ave
nue Hotel all day, and received
number of vititoM. In converaation
wlib a reporter he siid: " I shall re
main in the citv until tomortow night,
when I will statt for home. I am in
New York on busiue'S. I have noth
inn to eey about the result of the
I v S (H "J0"" (El
deeds, Mr. Eveiir, after a thorough
search, has been unable to und the de
sired certificate. He is hopeful ef
finding the mother of the young lady
or some person who knew her and
may be willing to sign a oirtn certin-
cate, which he can have recorded, and
a copy which can be aeut te her in
time to prevent a imtuer postpone
ment of the wedding.
er Babj-a rirat Tear,"
by Marion Harland, with oilier volua
hie information; forty-eight page book
Kent free on receipt of 2 cent stamp,
Address Rted A Carnrick, Mercantlh
Exchange Building. New York Oily,
Tba F.asllxh Liberal Eaesaraa-ml
I.axpe, Novembor 2. At a meeting
of the L'beral Kedera'.ion held here
K ttm, the president, read a repott
showing. loiiit the acesslon of
JoHnh Chamberlain and his follow
e s, th RBHCCia'ion bas increased by
100 branches. The resolution declar
ing cmfldenre in Uladet jue waa car
ried by acclamation.
Of pure Cod Liver Oil. with Hypo
nhosnhiies. iB a most valuable remedy
fur consumpt:on, scrofula, wasting dis
eaees of childien, colds aud chronic
couubs. and in all conditions where
there is a loss of flcah, a lack ef nerve
power and a general debility of the
A Baee Faolorj laraa.
PoBTLAHD.Ma., November 3. Shaw,
uouiona Uo.'s shoe factory purue
this morning. Loss, $55,000; lnsund
I do not believe that
an equal aa a remedy
for aurofuloua Uu
mors. It U pleaaanl
io take, gtvea atreneth
and vigor to the body,
and produces a mora
cult tliiin liny iiKnik'tne
1 ever used. K.
Haines, No. Llndale.O,
I have used AVer's
Bmniiparllla.ln my faui
lly, for Scrofula, and
know, if It is taken
faithfully, it will
this torrililc dtaease.
V. F. Kowler. M. D.,
For fortv yeani
have suffered with Ery
alpelaa. I have tried
all aorta of remedlel
for my complaint, but
found no ruliuf until I
After tnklng ten bot
tle, of till" medicine I
am completely cured,
Mary C. Aiuesbury!
I have aufTcred, fot
years, from Catarrh,
which was ao aevcre
ttiat It destroyed ray
appetite aud weakened
Ing other remedloa,
and Rotting no relief, 1
lidgan to take Ayar'l
Haraaparllla, and, In a
fuw mouths, waa cured,
Susan L. Cook, tKiti
Albany at,, Boston
la aupnrlor to any blood
purifier that I have
ever tried. I have
taken ft for Scrofula,
Canker, and Bait
Rheum, and received
much benunt from It,
It n good, also, for a
weak at oniach. Millie
.lane retro, South
Centaur Liniment is tho most wonderful fin-Curer
the world has ever known.
(NITCCKfMOB) TO MEAflHASI dk HOBTOBn
Old Stando No. 1) Union St., Memphis.
Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants.
No. 314 Vrtvt Street, Corner ot Monroe, Memphis, Tenn.
WLj Tried in the Gnicible,
Abont twmtr years ago I dlacorcrcd a Utile sore on my check, and the doctors pro
nonnccd It cancir. I have tried a nnmbcr of physicians, bnt without receiving an perma
nent benefit. Xmong tho niunbur were ono or two specialists. Tho medicine they applied
waa like fire to tlic sorsrAuein intense iwiin. 1 eaw a statement in the papers telling what
B. S. B. bad dune for others similarly ofllictoil. I proenred some at once. Before I had used
the second rx,i;lc the neighbors could notlco that my cancer waa hoallng up. My Rencral
health had been tad for two or throe years 1 had a hacking coujrn and apit blood contin
nally. 1 had a severe pain in my brenot. After tnklng sli bottles of 8. S. . my cough left
ma and I grew niouuir than I had been fur several years. My raucer has healed over all bnt
a little (ot alNiut the sixe of a half dime, and it Is rapidly disappearing. I would advtsa
every one with csucur to give b. S. h. a fair trial.
Mas. NANCY J. McCONAUUHEY, Ashe Drove, Tippecanoe Go., lud.
Feb. 18, lfWG.
Swift's Bicclflc Is entirely vegetable and seems to cure cancers by forcing ant the tmpa
Uaa from the blood. Trunin on lllood and Skin niseaww mailed free.
TUlt eWUT HPKCIFIU CO., Drawer a, Atlanta, Ga.
8LED6E BK0SL,of Como, SUis. F. H. SORFLEET, Resident Partner.
KJna. SKA and 258 Front Street -Memphl Te:
T.B.BlIXS.rrea'l, BO.AB!liOL,V..Prea,t. W. A 1 1 B rlT, V f
DOES A GENERAL FIRE & MARINE BUSINESS.
ISrConutry ISloreM, Dwellings aud Glnhonses a Specialty.
IS-LoHHe Adjualed Promptly, and Paid at Memphis.
. WILKKRaON. GEO. ARNOLD. J. W. RICHARDSON
W. P. Dt'NAVAWT. T. B. STMR.
T. V. DUFFISI
Cotton Factors, Vholesale Grocers.
Ifo. SOG Front street, z femphln, Tcbcl-
W. T IUMVDKE.
S. P. BOWDRE,
rrapared by Br. J. O. Ayer k Co, Lewell, tlasa.
rrli al t ala bfUaa, II,
Tail BELT or R.
(sen tar is made ei
l'rely lr tho oun
of deasnerstinn 01
irv ' 7 for'X -JT mistake aboti thlaln
. vsi, .struiuent th oon
1 kVv 'tj ,tlnueos stream ot
Mt! v .r J-illV KUH tltlCIlY par.
imttllb ' nlvl I mutiu. throuai tb
L Muf U LI
narta mef restore
them to hexttbv aotlon. Po Mt e.nlounn
this with Kleetrlo Belu advertised to eurj
all ilia from head to to. It it for th ON I
1 A a MMnu.. MlrMul.ra .Ivlns fntl
nformaiuoa. aauross vneavor .irwi'v ..
niormsniun, auurv.. vhctoi
Co.. Iff! Waswtwrtow tr.t. I'ble.r
Vs Oflartlaflsy MMaWaaVnal
fja fta UltnskM niaeiiy
I ; I an a, s UJt,
t-'ajnaiOUaloals r -
f ..! 'til ltflsiliHhii Hi., i 3familliK. IV n.
GRAIN, PRODUCE, HIDES, FURS, Etc.
LIBERAL ADVANCES ON CONSIGNMENTS.
SOS. 8 and 10 IJXIOIsJ SI HKI I, - - gig.fla-a, jtaaui.
DEALER IN WALL PAPER
Window Shades, Picture Rail Mculdinga and Mixed Paints.
HOUSE, SIGN AND FRESCO PAINTER.
TJO. 225 BECOXl STREET,
KiTUMBBia TAKD !
riakler. Ark.. Manufacturer !
YELLOW PINE AND OAK LUMBER.
AH D DEALER IH
DMn. SaslU BHmia, Dreaaed Floorlas;, CeUIea;, Weather-Boardla,
Oypreaw MtalDKlea, JLattas, lite.
arOaw faetlltlM are ansnrpajsed by any lawnlll In th Sontk fr tllif rd" t"!'''
IfL'nliiVr. huiI. K.!n l..mk.r and CTorwa Shiagl a polaltyi alao. frajn.la.
t2aa?VrBirataasioaa. W make tb Wholesale i Boslnaia a aMia faatar. Wi
soltoiud ana promptly Blled.
GEO. BAYEIIIal-EB, AGENT,
n. til JAfTAMnn Street - MemPhia, TenneMef
To the Trade and Smokers
FADER, FRANK & CO.
Cotton FackliBale Grocers
291 Front Street. OppoHiiftCwwioin ITowhc.
Cotton Factors and Wholesale Grocers
S0G-S93 Front Ot.. Uemphla, TeaW
HILL, FONfMNE & CO.
Cotton Factors, Commission Oerchants,
ZXo. HO Qouth Ilaln St.. St. Tituln. t
MEM PniN. TEWW
UBLLY, ROPER & EEILL7,
Gr ocers & Cotton Factors,
H. Sa Hala Street, Gayeaw Block.
W. A. SMITH, Proprietor.
ATERY GIN CO.
W. A. Smith's lat. Separator.
Eagle Eclipse llnller tilns,
Plain 10-Inch Bin, and
SOUTHERN STASIAR1 PRESS.
Tt Prlc at Faotorr. al0 aad U.
:Vi553t aorAU kinds of Gins Repaired. Spaolal
" ."?'5r T : . . tU- T.il. v.
bvi ana sws rron ., nmiian,
Speers Cotton Gin
Huliiiff from Mulberry to St. Martin Streets
far Insurance and Sacks free.
I The Largest and only Complete Gin in the city
t&Best "Vield. Best Sample.
LaUef I. a. Dai Sob;
W. H. HOHTOSI.
Let of Meaoham A Bortoa.
3. W. BATLKT.
tat of Bailer O.tUi
DAT, HORTON & BAILBT,
GROCERS AND COTTON FACTORS,
360-363 Front Street Memphis Tenn.
Quarter or a Century in the Hardware Business.
LAS G STAFF BCILDIXO,
Nos. 322 and 324 MAIN ST., - MEMPHIS, xsaa.
GUNS, STOVES, TINWAR,
BIVEIff PUMPS, POINTS, PJ.X-J5.
COTTON AND WAtlON SCALES.
EVAPORATORS AND SORfllllJM MHiLM.
E, l APPERSON & GO
rliolesalo Grocers & Cotton Factors,
384 FRONT STREET. MEMPHIS. TENITa
at. t. Clauk.
TBI IMMENSE fOPULARITl- OUR
Har attained, has Indaecd nnprinelal.d manrAeturon to plao on id. ""J
ImiUtio". W. her,!,, caution th. PblM that all W. Cjnarros will bear A BUI bal
on iaeh boa, and oar Faetorr Number. ao. ad atrlrl. Si T.
Th. onlf ail i Havana llUr oiaar on th. mata.t tor tt cents.
OSO. I. XaXXIaS 4 CO.,
Factory 200, 3d District, N. T.
FOR BALK BT-6. A. Fr.naloll. P. Carlla. U. J. n.laUr, R. MaiaUr. I. a0ampb.U Co.
MOON & JOYIIER, Yholesalo Agents,
171.oleu.le Oroeers, Cotten S'aetora
Ani Corair.l88!en Merchants,
232 mi 234 Front St., llemphis, Sea.
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ARMISTEAD & LUNDE
COTTON FACTORS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 31 Front Street, Cor. Union, Memphlw, Tenn:
JN0.8.T00F. B. L. MoQOWAN. J. 8.:McTIQHB. W. 9. PATTKS0H.
Toof, Iclora & Co.
Vholesale Grocers and Cotton Factors
And Dealers in Letee and Railroad Supplies,
No. 174 Front Street Mempai Tennessee.