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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEA-TUESDAY, NOVEMBER lfi. 18S6.
CRISES AAD CASUALTIES.
KD BT "A BAD SAX,"
tlim Hat Rwiata With All Ills
Kljht A Brnlal Flu lit IMireen
8tnrJjr Vluck.ml hs.
8t. Ions, Mo , November 14. Hon
irhn M nlover. the Corcrpsjif na
wntf..iit4.ive foin tre Ninth Mh-
ouri Divrip', Marted for Washington
lait cititit vih black eje. Karly io
tbeTfiiii K "iet Jorn B. W'a is,
watchman at the Karaite Corps riou,
sod thev tnifsgi d in a wordy wrannle
vrr a suit ahicii Imd been tried toi the
ftetnom, and In which Mrs. Fcnis,
tha watchman's stepmother, was the
plaint fl. aod client of the Congress.
man tue nfiecamn mr. uaura ur
mardi-d fr.'in Mr. Glover the reason
lor his harin sptkn so disrespect-
fnlinf Mrs. Fi-rris durlnu the trial.
The Corgrfssman jrep'ied that he was
onW defending bin client Bat this
dA not na'IsfT the watchman, and.
alter an en barge of hot words, tha
Ken came to blows and psunded each
thar until a policeman placed them
under arrest. They were taken to the
Police Btation and charged witn an
tnrbing the peace, bat were released
after Riving bond. Waters is a wreck
f a man, having lost one arm and
almost the mm of one leg from the
effects of injuries received at afire
nmi tima mo. bnt he succeeded in
punching severely his honorable an
A Brata! man Marbi.
St. Jossph, Mo. November 15
Jama Cawidr, a ( hicafro blackam'tb,
and Joreph Walla's, a miner of Joplin,
Mo , fought seven bloody rounds w th
bare fleU, on a sandbar in the middle
of the Missouri river early this morn
ing. A pnrre of $2G0 was the sUke.
About l-'OOO char ged hands on the
reao't In the fourth round Oassidy
stretched WaiUla snnselrss upon the
and. He lay motionless far seven
econds, and Cassidv's backer were
claiming the Sw tit. Suddenly, Wallats
Jumped to his tret and gave Caseidy a
crushing blow full in the face, follow
ing with a terrific body blow. Oisaidy
fought gamely, but he wis dased, and
at the end of the seventh round,
blinded with blood, be succumbed to
A nraaarar Lynched.
HAawsoN, Am, November 14
Andiew J.Mul itan, alias JamrsPitRft,
the taurdeter of Jaims N. lUmilton,
was taken from the jll here bv a mob
last night and nhot to dea'h. Malligan
was brought here from Macon otiuty
where he comraitted the crime, for
safekeeping. Latt night about 12
o'clock, a number of mounted men
apprartd nee.r the jail, reconnrtered
ior a time and then ride away. Ab.mt
an honr later (.bout iblrty-flve heavily
armed and Wi ll mounted men made
an attack up m the j cpturnd the
guards aid j tiler, tue latter of whom
they ordered to open the Jo ih. This
he refused to do, but the keys were
taken from him and the prisoner was
dragged forth. A rape wai placed
around his neck and he was literally
dragged afier a galloping horse for the
distance of f mr blocks, where the end
of the rope was thrown over the limb
of a tree, and as the murderer wis
drawn up into the air, his body was
riddled with bullets. The mounted
mob then rodrt away, having accom
vllahtd itiohjact. Mulligan was an
employe oi Hamilton, who owned a
farm In Macon county, and shot his
employer wltlirut rauss on the night
Of the 22d of Octoher.
A Tar Swaps Nla Wire, flna 1 SO
V tw York, November 15. A Cha
tham, N. C , special sayi a white man
named Moore was sent to the chain
gang Saturday for having traded wives
with another man. When Judge Gil
mer aaked him what he had to say
why sentence should not he pissed,
be replied that he did not know tint
bis ast was a crime. A man came to
his house with a woman who was bet
ter lonkli g than his own wife and
bantered him for a trade; so he
swapped and raid tl 50 to boot. As
this wns hia "first swap" he hoped the
Court would impose a light sauteone.
The other man who wat a party to the
trade has not been apprehended, as he
lives some miles ia the omntry, and
the cfliceiB have been unable to catch
A riili I'ouil tubbed.
Milwaokek, Wis , November 15 A
special to the Ewning W'itc nmn, from
Columbus, says the Lull pond of Chris
Knite, near that place, was rnhhrd of
8000 brook ir ut, valued at $10J0, on
Saturday night. No clew to the rob
berr. John B. WoUrliend Aeqnltted,
jToHrois:, Va., November 15. A
verdict ol acquittal was rendered to
day In thn i ate of John It. White
bead f r iiiiispplyirg funds of the Ex
hange Natlousl lidtik, of which he
was president at the time of its failure.
A BmUiln- lrUar Shot.
nAMii-ToM, O , November 14 John
Ryan, a policeman, shot and killed
William Lonr, a thief, laet night.
Long was nnil r arro?t and broke awn y
and ran. Kefi.eing to halt at the offi
cer's command, Ryan fired and tha
ballet took elf ct, in Long's back,
Los Amoilks. Gal , November 14.
Edward Muford, a telegraph operator
lately in the errplny the Western
Union Telegraph Company, commit
ted suicide ye-t-rday by shooting him
elf in the head with a p'stol while
laboring nnder temporary insanity.
He came here from Colorado.
A BLilllasy Ha.ra.ad.
Piobia, Ilu, November 15. The
bondd warelums j at the ManhatUn
Diatillery burned parly this m lining;
cause unknown. Tie rectifying tower
and catt e sie U wete saved. The loss
ia not ret mai d as ytt, bnt is lully Insured.-
There were 140 barrels of
whisky and about ninety of a'c lhol,
and the bull inya wire worth ah .ut
18000. Prjh, b y f23,0)0 will over the
loss. The huu e will be rebuilt at
Cawaireakuaau Prlea Varjr III ;
MiLWAOaia, Wis, November 15.
Adviut-a f orn Black Huor Kails, Wis.,
at 12 o'cloc m. t dy sttts tha'. Coa
greesman Wm. T. Price is v ry low,
aod that bin phcsicUns despair of hia
recovery. H a duesa is cancer of the
A Tout Mtrlrkeia Willi
Chicago, Ii.i,., November 14. Daify
Iriok, a y .nng lady 16 years old, re id
Sidiagwilh W. 11. Daniels at the correr
f Filth aveniio and LaSalle stn e', died
today after twor.ty-l iur hours' wii h
ing ia all the l or o-eof hydropho' it.
Bbe wi bit'rn f wm'y aev. n days auo
by a Newf.uidaod dig, but wa
supposed ti hays entirely recover d
from the eflnc'p. Lat evening ahe
went into a contiguous eerit-s of
epasms and developed a fearful tLirjt,
roap'ed wi'.h sn lades :rihab'e avn
eion to watr. Clilorot.irm inextrav
asant quantities afl rded no reiki.
The doctors pronounced the ciee
bopelees, end she continued in agony
and uncouaciouftneea to the latt.
Norlherw Itua Mill Fall.
Tapnt.in, Mass., November 15.
The Eagle Cotton Mills Company ia
financially nmbarranned to the extent
of Bin ut $3.' 000. A meeting of the
credi'orj Las bien cilhd for Tatsday.
F. B. Dtan is the maoeger.
IkdiasaPvLis, Imd , November 16.
Dr. Salmon, tf the Bureau of Animal
Industry, Diiper me::t of Agiicultare,
who his been Icveitiitaiing the ai
lesed pleuro-pneumonia in Clinton
and surroundinii counties. sya the
disease ia not ult-ii'o-Dueumonia but
vernacular bronchitle, and Is caua d
by the animal ea ing a certain species
of worm found in vegetation In tnat
country. The disiase is not onta-
Impaaellna a imrw lor xBeodle"
New Yobk. November 15. Ex-Al
derman J. McQ ude, of the "buodle"
board of 1884. was arraigned for trial
this miming in Part 1 of the Couit of
Geneial Heraions. There was an lm
menss crowd in the courtroom and
about the bnildina long before the ar
rival of Recorder 8myth. Mitjiad
was early in the building, and a lew
mlantea before 11 o'clock entered the
courtroom with Lwyer Newcumb and
seated bimielf at a table in front of
the bar. McQaade was perfectly calm
and nodded to hia friends with a smile
on his face. Bee rder Hmytn entered
a few minutes after 11 o'clock. Dis-
tiictAt ernev Martine. with bis as
alstants. Nlcoll. Fi tgarald and Col.
Fellows, followed a few minutes later,
Police Inspector Bvrnei cams la snd,
ca Una Lawyer newcoraD asme, com
menced to talk wl'n tilm in an earnest
manner. The worn oi securing a jury
was then commenced.
Ike Levee UUea War.
Plaquimines. La , November 15
About 3 o'c ock this morning over 200
feet of the river bank, including Levee
street, caved into the river, beveral
bol ding! were deetroyed. xnis is tue
fifth caveln which has taken place in
the riverfront this season. This last
ctve'n has apprc ached so near the
new levee which was being built by
the citizens as to render its completion
U'ehsi. It Is now thought that this
later cavtin and below will continue
t j widen and extend un il the whole
busineea frout of the river will be en
linraed, Bnalaa aod Bobbed.
St. Lotus. Mo . November 15 A
sp'clal from Clarence, Mo., Biya: Last
night about 11 o'clock a atianger
named Ueorge Donynscime dragxing
h meelf slowly and painfully into the
city. He was fearfully burned, and
presented a frightful appeurauce. As
he was walkirg along the railroad
track, two miles east of this place, be
wits a'tackid by two unitnnwn men,
wbo, uftcr relieving him of $5, all the
money he had, bea: him in a biutal
manner until be wts insensible, and
then set fire to his clothing. Ihe
flames burned in'o hie n sb, restoring
comeiousnes", end by rolling on the
ground and tearing at bis garments
wlin ins nanea nanuH ne nnaiiv slic
es ded in extinguishing the lames,
but not until he had received fright
ful and probably fa'al burn. He is
now under the care of physicians
A Crawked roatal llcrk.
Chicago. III.. November 15. Qso.
Colter, a newly appointed postal clerk,
operating on the bt Paul limited
train, between Minneapolis and Chi
cago, was arrested ths morning by
Inspectors Donbleday and Smith,
charged with rlfl ng tue mails. Ex
tensive thefts of valuable letters, prin
cipally those directed to M. A. Dauphin
of th Loulsinna Lotttry Company,
had lake a place of late, and a watch
wai a t and decoys sent. Urt ftovein
ber 3 I. twenty Utters were found by
the side of the trsck natr Milwaukee,
all directed to Dauphin. Tha cur
rency and available money contents
were abstracted and the express and
pot fH(!e money orderi mutilated.
On 1 ii pereon was found $0 In cash
and the dec jy letters mailed to go on
his train. Co't r was recommended
by the Hon. P. II Kelly of Bt Paul,
and has been a month in the rervice,
replacing a discharged republican.
Mealeana Ulll hu Aiuerlean.
Chioaoo, III,, November 15. A
speciel from Pi lix, Aiii., says: At
Antelope last night th'ee Mexicans
rode up to the store of C. S. 8 atiton
Tao of thorn en'ered the etire and
opened fire on Wiantoa and annther
mn UBined Kelly. The third Mexican
fired through the window, tstinton
was ineUntly killed. Kelly returned
the fire, killing one Mix can. The
other two, s-cit g their companion
tall, hurriedly 11 mi. Mir tin was Im
plicitedia the I'arney Mattin msca
ere, a few months ago, and bore an un
enviable rei uaiou.
A Npanlah Ulplaniala Ulnokiaallcdl.
NkwYork, November 15. Vincent
Me tre, a member oi the Hpaniah Le
gallon, was arraigned at the Jefferson
Market Ccuit, charged with robbing
jeannn tie Maynard, an opera sinner,
of 1200 francs. Mestre met Mile.
Maynard in Kio Janeiro, and came
with her to New York on the fame
steamer, two weeks ago. Mile. May
nard claims that she gave Mestre the
money to have changed for ber.
Meure denies tbe charge and accusea
the woman of blackmail.
Ab ! Old Mas.
riTTsiiUho. November 15. Thomas
Fieeman, the old man who mysteri
ously disappeared in this city aboat
two weeks since, while en route to his
home in Paris. 111., called at thn May
or's ofHen last night and was taken In
cha'ge by the authorities Ha was
found wandeiing aimttnely around
the etrei-ts ten days ago ami was rent
tojaiaaa vaurant. 1 he authorities
will vend him heme todey.
A War Hrlmrrm Iha rrlrnda ofTw
L0UI8VII.1.K. Kv.. Novemhnr 115.
The war in Perry oiuntv. Kantnckv.
between the French and Everjole
faction has brokaii out afrnh. Almoa'.
every cil sen cf the county has taken
sides with one or the other of these
moun'aln merchant orincnt. ihnv
a e called, tfo.h fautlona seem to have
came to the oncluaioa tint there can
be no set: I- ment except by extermi
nation. Both fai t ons are armed, at.d
the flvt shot will bring about a general
war. The feud b twten French and
Evereo'e dat a back
They arn liv's in business, and
comrol the entire trade nl nTtral
mountain counties. The report tht
both aera killed some time ago a as
Hoodie" Jlr nb dlves lliod.
K Yubk, N ivember 16 -Fmncls
Mc(..be, thx boo lie a'dt-rinan who
was lht week adi dired I
CU-ed hia rleee 011 I ail (rain I n, I.
low 8r et Jal tbi' af .men. Ihe
riq aired bond wai f2i,000.
BCCRl'ITISU TROOPS IX DiL
What They Propone to Accomplish
In Mexico A Yery Wild and
New Yobx, Noember 15. A Dd
'as ( IVx.) rpecixl sajs: Two mei have
beeu here tor five days organizing an
Btiency in the internet' I ttie n i'u-ter
inn ex re'Huon into Mexico. Y.s tr
day morning they started tor 8'. Louis,
leaving a man here oi tx enrive bor
di-T exparieoce to continue their work
Thero are now ecrolled ia DM
twenty or thirty trusted men te dy
for a raid the moment the summons
Is received, and the number will be
swelled to at leatt 100. Five t mrs
that number could be obtained, bu
the greatest caution is observed ia se
lecting men, snd none but the most
trusted are accepted. In this way
the promoters aud leaders expect to
prevent betrayal. Yonr correspondent
batnrdav nigt t had an interview with
the emissary regarding the belittle-
ment by the press of the caring
rcaeme on feot and ike pait the
United States Government is liable ti
play, and ths apparent oversight on
this po nt by the .niibus ers.
Ihe emieary raid: "That's the least
of our far. The United Slates
will have veiy little lo do with the
movement. The government has no
authoiity to do mors than to check ic
on i:s own territory, it can do notn
log whatever with the filibusters after
they are once in Mexico, and we shall
take m gbty good care not to let the
United bta'es authorities know of our
movements, or when and where we
will make then. Wteo we get ready
to cross the border we will fli-d plenty
of natives with good leaders ready to
meet us. Wears not going into an
anmxation to the United 8'atea
scheme. Ths objrt is to establish a
new Bepublie, the Kio Grande fcooial
iatio Confederation, to bs composed of
the iNrrthwost Mexican Btates of
Oblha-hua, Durang) and Sanora,wiih
the capital, as at present intended, at
Uaibutbu Ulty, as It has railroad
communication with the outside
world snd is tha largest, richest and
most important town in that section
We do not want the Northeastern
Biases Tamaulipas, Nuevo Leon and
Coabuils nor that great f and
derert and worthless peninsula.
Lower California. We propose
connuiog our worn to the moBt
deniable Old, and not have an
unwieldy area of territory to work
over. We could not hava the leatt
proepect of success should we attempt
to revolutiouisi all of North Mexico at
once. When the time for action
comes, if the United States takes any
band in the atuir we count upon that
action being favorable to the new lie-
public instead of almost it, for the
reason that when the Mexiciu Feder il
Government llndi its If confronted
with the extensive revolution that is
curt uoly impending, aod which it will
not bs able to su.iprrss, her heaviest
creditor, England, who ia interested
financially nearly to tha extent of
$100,010,000 in Mexican bondx, will
step in to protect that interest, and in
order to protect it will no doubt is
sume to restore order by force of arms
and the establishment of some kind of
a foreign protectorate or provisional
g-vernnaent over Mexico. Then the
United Slates wil be forced to
put in active practise the
long asserted and maintained
policy of leslstlng foreign (which
means Europe) interference with
the affairs of any cf the Bepnblici on
the American continent. When the
time for outflda interference comes
the Iiio Grande Soc aliefio Oonfedt-ra
tion will have attained such powerful
and nspectabie proportions that the
United Bratt s will recogn se its bellig
erent rights end the new Republic
ill not be long in solving its own
destiny. The lowercla sof Mexicans,
known ta peons, will be with us from
theoutstt, ss we propo e elevating
their condition from oae of ignorance
and viitual servitude to die of libeity,
propeity owr.ing and advancement in
education. Ona tf our strongest ideas
is to have a thorough sys'em of public
echools and nuke education in the
E 'glish language compulaorv. The
idea of es ab iah ng a new Kopubl c
beyond the Kio Grand ' Is not a new
one. It Is only a ravival of the fond
est hopea and ambiti ids of Aaron
Burr, wich the lines simply extended
further when he came to Texas to cre
ate a great Kepublio that should ex
tund far beyond the present limits of
the 8 at. He never die um d of step
ping at the Kio Giandi, and died
s rong in the hi lief that annexa
tion to the United Bint's alone pie
vented him from real iir.g io his life
time the establishmont of his foudnat
hopes, ambitioi's aad dreams. The
new movement is in strict harmony
with the views belli by Jamie Mou
roe.whicb gave to the world the policy
known as the M nine d, ct iae, whicu
was pure and simple, to reoublicaoiae,
in fact as well as theory, and to angli
cia to far bh la'ngu ge is concerned,
all lbs people to me Bouth e( ui; and,
as fir as the Interference idea referred
to by ma is concerned, he p anted
himself squarely on it in his first
message to Congress in stating that
foreign in'e'Vemion in the afla is of
American Republics should never be
The emia ary Is a graduate of an
E u-trn college and has lived in Texts
nearly two yeare. Hs is a personal
Mend of Henry George, for whom he
has the strongest sdinuatiou and afltc
tion and whose dm trines he unequiv
ocally indorses. Ha snd his associates
will remain In St. Louie a week or so
and then go to New Yoik and other
rf w' ' inn
rrrt'ml with BtrlM Tvcrri triiritr.atrpn(rtti M
li. .llhfiilnn. I'r I'rliVn 11 iklnu INmdrr mnttw
tAmmunl.l.lTne,Aliimrrli'liM Or. rrtt-,.
Kill-acta, Vauilla. Uuoou, eK lUvor dvllclotMl.
PRICE BAKING POWDCf) CO. CMcmji ami SI. Lfufc
- 1 1 1
Centaur Liniment is the
. the world has ever known.
. (RV(l(JKMOtU TO MKAOHAH A HOBTOBn
ECTried in the Crucitk
About twenty jtm ago I (Uncovered a little aore on my cheek, aod the doctors pro
Doancl it cancer. Jl hive tried a number of phj-xlc'nna. bnt without receiving any perma
nent benefit tVyionz Vm njmlx-r were ona or two sjieciallots. The medicine they applied
was Ilka Ire UrTtie nolo, riuyiug intt-nxo pain. I taw a atatcment in the pupcra telling what
8. S. B. had done for otlirrs pirailtily aflllctcd. I procured aome at once. Before I bad need
the aeeond bottle the m'libora could notice that my cancer wa healing np. My general
health had boon bad for two or three years 1 haa a backing eoucn and apit blood contin
ually. I had a Severe un in my hrraal. After biking six bottles of S. 8. 8. my couch left
me and I grew stouter than I hud hi-i-n for several yes. My cancer has healed over all but
a little spot about the si of a lmlf dime, and It Is rapidly disappearing. 1 would advise
every oue with.caucer to give b. it. S. a fair trial.
i Has. NA..NCV J. McCONAUQllEY, Ashe Grove, Tippecanoe Co., tad.
roo. is, laoo.
Swlfta Specifl ls entlrt-ly Tegctabh1, and seems to care cancers by forcing c
Ilea from the blood. Treatise on Blood and Skin Dimisea mailed free.
TUU 8W1FT Si'liCU-'lO CO., Drawers, Atl
Cotton Factors and
No. 314- Frr wt Street, Corner
8iDS BBOSof Cof,MIa. f.
Koa. SI6 and 358 Front Street Memphis Temm.
XV. T DOWDKE.
III mid '.Ml xfladiMoiR
liUMBER YARD !
YELLOW PINE AND OAK LUMBER.
AMD DEALERS IS
Doars, Sask, B11b, Dresal Floorlntr, CeUInar, WeatherBoar4lBC,
arOar faelltlUa are amurnn.d by any sawmill la the Booth far II I ins enters pra(l
flees aes. Oetllaa. Hldtaa. Hteu LamVer and Cypress bhiailes a apMtalty i also, Ireoita
LaaaaaaT f atlileseeaioaa. We make the WholeseJa Baslaasa a aaeeiej featare. OrataaS
aoiietted ana proaipuy ailed.
GEO. R V YJlIlaliKIt, AGENT,
I7W134 Jefferson Street
All Cotton Covered by Insurance on Seaworthy Vessels c
Ginh ouse. Sacks furnished to responsible parties.
124 anil 12fi TOPLATI
, 8D W W, Pratt. J. M. 0oBAK, TltwPrMt. C H. RAIKE, Casals
Soard or ZSlaraKOtoraa.
.tohlit. i at. uooDBAk. J. r. foownr.
. hsiu9. I. b. sim.
eai mi. cbam.es
. WILIIRflOR, a, T. C'.KJPSH. H. . our fjar.
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, aeasslier, af (h atat mt Tnmfm, Traaeae a raj Blaaiac "
aiaaiaraa mmm bitm sseel.l
MEMPHIS WEEKLY APPEAL
most wonderful lain-Curer
ion St., Memphis.
oat the Impa-
of IWonroe, Memphis. Tenn.
JOHN E. IUNDLE & CO., PKOPB'S,
98 Second St. Memphia. Ten-
FOUNDERS & MACHINISTS,
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IB
.nglueti, Boileras, SawmllLs,
Ilradford Corn and Wheat Mill
Cotton Press, Cotton Gins,
Shafting, Pulley , I t v.
SPECIAL KOTICK-We are prepared to fill order,
on sciot' notioe, for the oelenrated Mod art raten.
Wrennlii.. roller. Wa earry ia atook otsi
Two Hundred Aaaorted biaea.
arSend for Cataloaoa and Prise-Hat. .
M. KOBFLEET, BesldeatPartaar,
M. P. BOH DUE,
Kt., t .ff??nc1ls. Twn.
- Memphis. Tennenei
w. p. bosTTAD
knit. r. j. black.
iiimims sa ia.iiaxaHieia.-aM
1BHII BIO. I 0.
Boots and B
Q61 IVSLa-IKT ST.
OCR ETOCK OP BOOTS AND SHOES FOR FALL AND WINTER WEAR 18 MOKB
oomple e than ever, eompri.int not only the beet tod "neat but also tall lines of me
dian), durable and stilish gauds, which we oser at lo figurea.
TO Til K TRK we offer special Induoementa. Carrying mo.t enr goods a
SOLID 61ZKS, we are prepared to fill orders lor special aiaea at NO fcXTRA COof, lha
enabling MerchanU to ill la without being compelled to bay goods not Doeded.i
Aceutairor tb:Cclrbratd W. I,, noaa-laa Mrn'a Calf aad a.
Mojra' Mheee In all l ls.l
aa-rr.T.TmTw aTun rATAT.rtrJt'w ivn prtof t.tt MATr.fr ynvw-aT
THE COPARTNERSHIP nERETOFORB EXI5T1N( UNDER THE FTRM NAME 0T
DEAN A LILLY wai disaulced nn November 9, 1886. W iJJ . I K A IJ .
Memphis, Xeno., Norembcr 11, 18. JOHN LILLT.
WM. DEAN, Prsa't. I JAMES REILLY,
warn cofpi km u
Coffee Boasters. Spice Grinders.
Importers aad Wboleaale Dealers la
T.ijpi.oa.j 205 Main Street, Lee Block, Memphis.
E II. CO0VER1& CO.
HER IDLING ILL
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Moldlajjn,
Frames, Bracket", Scroll-Work, Bough and Mreswed
Lumber, bhlngles, Iatlia, Water Tanks,
All kinds ol Wood Work .Executed at Short Notice.
Xos. 157 to 173 Washington street, Memphis. Tenn.
Window Shades, Picture Rail
HOUSE, SIGN AND
NO. 285 WKCOl NTBEET.
ELLTp ROPER & HEILLT,
Gr ocers & Cotton Factors,
mm. C98 Stain Street. Gay Block.
Speer's Cotton Gin
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Iluling from Mulberry to St. Martin Streets
t&" Insurance and Saoks free.
1ST The Largest and only Complete "Sin in the city.
ny-Best Yield. Best Sample.
Quarter or a Century in
I. AX G STAFF
Nos. 322 and 324 MAIN
GUNS, STOVES, TINWABa
DRIVEN PUMPS, POINTS, PIPE.
EVAPORATORS AND SORGHTTM MILLS.
E, 1 APPERSON & GO.
Wholesale Grocers & Cotton Factoics,
364 FRONT STREET. MEMPHIS. TENN.
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TafholeMde Oroera, Cotton JTaetora
And Commission Merchints,
232 &nd 234 Front
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COTTON FACTORS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Vo. S31 Front Ntreet. Cor. Fn Ion. 1H eiiiphlN. Ten a.
M m. DAT. W. ft. HSITOf . M. W. B1IUT.
Lat ef J. 8. Bar sea. LaU of Meaohaas
DAY, HORTON & BAILEY
GROCERS AND COTTON FACTORS,
860-88 Tront Street Memphia Team.
JN0.B.T00F. E. L. MoQOWAN.
roof, icl'owan S Co.
Wholesale Grocers and Cotton Factors
And Dealers In Levee and Railroad Supplies,
No. Front Stteet Memohla,'.Texxiieee
Vioe - Prea't. I JOHN LILLY. See'y and Treaa.
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all kinds of Door and Window
Mouldings and Mixed Faints.
Hit IWPniS. TE1W
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the Hardware Business.
ST., - MEMPHIS, TENN.
WAG OX SCALES.
Ckaa. Clark. K. t, ClauaX
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to tha welf alas aad aale of Ml Oottea aal
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