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CR1MS UD CiSUlLTIES.
A 1 IES TO SAVE DEB
Bj StrpBiiir In Front of II!m and
Taking tlie Discharge or a
Una Into Her Breast.
St Locib, Mo., Novembrr 17. A aid
tragpdy tccor ed vtsU-rHsy at a little
tVewcnt tear BmreTe rB, knwn
as Big "i )s, la victim teiita; M m
alionia Bs'A. Tbs Bi m and H'.otkwell
familial have bran nrigt bora for years
sod were good Maud until about a
year fi, ahen bad Italiaes grew np
td rfHul.t d l'st rpiing in a bitter
qrjsrrel. Stockwell was the owntr o(
the Baca fiim aod ordrred him to va
cate it B"s, having a lease, refused
to do so. Kiccsthat time ttie bitter
feeling acs grown tuts intenae. Yes
terday mornirg Mr. Best and his six
teen year old ion went out to cut tim
ber. O dBtorkwell and one ol his
boys fo:owed them and forbade the
cutting. A fight ensued and yourg
Bess ras, to the honse for a shotgun.
Wben he returned he was followed by
his sister Minnie. The two farm rs
weie Anting and yeung Slock well met
young Beta and undertook to take the
gun. The fight for possession of the
weap:n rraolted in favor of young
Stock well. On getting tbe gun away
from Bess, he raised it and fired both
barrels at old man Bass. Tbs girl
soled his action aa he leveled the tun
at ber father and entirely thoughtless
of tbe coDrequenoes lo herself, sprang
between bet father and tbe .weapon
aataa the trigger waa pulled, tbe con
tents of both barrela tiking effect in
ber breaat and atomich, killing her
instently. Tbis stopped the fight.
The dead girl was carried to the house
nd young B'ockwell was taken into
Aa AlSaaapl Hd Poiaoa Br.
Chicibo, III., November 17. -The
atatement that an attempt wai made a
few daya ago to poison Mr. Phil Ar
mour by two men who are alleged
ympatbiasra with tbs stock yards
Strike's waa confirmed by that gent'e
man thla morning. Mr. Armour was
busily encaged at bis desk when a re
porter called ni on him. No traces of
mental anxiety could be detected upon
lie features as he sranncd tbe many
documents atd letters that lay bale re
blm, but bia face clouded instantly
when aaked whether tbe statement
concerning the alleged attempted
crime was true. "I don't care to talk
about it," said Mr. Armour ; "at leaat
not just at present. I don't know, for
the life of me, how the thing got en'.
Yon'may ray, however, tbat tue story
is quite tine," be continued, as be
once more rtsumed the perueal of his
. Aa laeaadlary Blase.
t. Louis, Mo., November 17. Firs
broke out lart night in tbe large two
atoiy bonding m the yards of the
Ganahl Lumber Company at the cor
ner of Lombard and Second streets.
The fire department was sonn npsn
the ground, but owing to tbe infl tra
inable natuie of the contents of the
building, the , flames spread rapidly,
consuming tbs bu'ldlrgand apreading
to the . numerous lumber piles which
surrounded it. Tbe wind drove the
aims from pile to pile, but ay bard
work, were confined to thla one yard,
and preven ted frt m spreading to those
adjaeenf. Tbe losa is $20,000, fully
covered by Insurance, Several Incen
diary fires In this neighborhood have
occurred of late and it is thonght that
this one was ret by a number of hood
lums who infest tbe district. ',
Caaoalilea ra rir.' ',
BALTiaroaa, Mo , November 17. A
Ire broke out ahortly before noon to
day in tbe drug warehouse of Bur
roughs Bros, on Camden street, near
BU Ur.arlen street, whioh wai entirely
4 iSSiS?1, JUdamags is rs'lmsted
at $20,000, whlca is covered by insur
ance. . The bu lding arjoinlng. occu
pied by Wonllord A Shulburg, straw
foods manufacturers, waa damaged
n stock and math'nery by smoks and
water $15 0(H), which Is also fully in
iMfq, While the firemen were at
work.' the truck of one of the ladder
companies cape's d and foil backward
into tbe atreat. There were on it at
the -time Oupt. Marston, Charles L.
Grund, Frank Kerr and Henry Ryan.
Uapr. Marston caught on the edge of
the roof of atwos ory house adjoin
ing, and escaped aerioui Injury.
Grand, Ryan and Kerr fell witu tue
ladder, whith broke in the fall, and
11 are supposed ta have their backs
broken. , Grund and Krr are report
ed to have di I since, and no hopr s of
Ryan s recovery is had. The lire is
Th Abduct Honad Ovrr.
Nw Yohk, November 17. Chief
Joetiea Noau Davix, in tbe Supreme
Uouit, today diamWd the writ of
habeas co-puj obtained on behalf of
frank Duham, alias Joseph Reed.who
.iiffu,;d vl Uvin hducted Mar
tellinl Goyette and Mary Murphy
from - their , homes in California.
?. m "Handed to await the
actio of ths grand jury.
Aa Odd rollawa' Hall Iri(raTodi
auxwisata. Wis., November 17.-A
special aava fir. i,k l.
buaiaee! of Mouona, la., near
f "aatroying the UJd Fel
lows' Ha II init t .
aTmT!lnbn,,,Ul,''L Tha IoB' l PlMeJ
. is, Mo., November 17. The
Adams Xxpreea Company has aent a
confidential circular to the banks,
merchants and brokers throughout
i!!k0,J,try,Fivi,,8 ascription of
tbe bonds and rotts stolen from their
express car ou ths Kt. Loois and Hau
f ""cisco inllroa 1 on ths night of Oc
tober 25tb, aa well as of the two men
Jl ,re "PPOie l to have perpetrated
thla way the robbers may be appre
hended. A suitable reward will be
given to any one who will fomiah the
V0?V I!h '''' "-'natiou that will
tad to ths arrect of the robbers or the
lecation of fe atoVn prepay"
A Trailed Clvrh F.mtraalaa Fraaa
Tioxsauao, Mais., Novtmber 17.
. Something nf a seutation was created
n VTanhiugton strict yesterday after
noon when it become known that on
a the trsited clerks of tbe well
known firm of "witser.Newwitter A Cu.
had been arrested for embeiaUog the
funds of i is employers. The srrest
was canted by a comp'aint to the
poliaa by ths nmnbtriof the firm,
and a WJfrant was fseued and in a
Short tirnti II. Fiiedburg was behind
the bars st tbe City Workhouse. Tne
lerk remained in i ustody but a thort
time as be readily found a bondrman
and was reieast d. From a member of
tho firm the far-is in the cssh wtre
obtained. II. Friedbu'g was employed
aevsral months ago as a sltsmtn
and c irk nSonr tne elorj. lie gsve
aatitfaot on and waa tru ted implicitly
nniil bis raiplnjers learned tbat he
iraa not been as honest as they tap-
posed. An inve-tigtlion convinced
th?m beyond qneet on triat F'ie burg
was guilty of having robbei the firm.
At the lime the o'erk was aba in 1 1 om
the citv, but hereiurned net tuflpect
irg U at he bad be-a detee'ed. Th-n
it whs ihat crnpleint wa? made. The
d scove'y ol Fidbarg'a ali g'(i crime
was caused by ths presentation of a
bill for bnu $ 5, hicu tbe euppoeed
debtor d jc lared be hnd paid to Fiie 1-
bnrg. Irqmrv con vim ed Ha! ar.
Nrwwitter t C. tha' Frledba'g iai
been in ths bablt tf soiling good
from their at re on c ed t and col ert-
int the monev hims If. The extent
of bia peculations U rot known, a' d
the members of tLe firm were urab'e
to even eatlma'e the em uat they
have lost In that way. Tney are firm
in their intention to prostcot. Fiied
burg is a married man, and baa lived
in VicksbU'g for a number ot years.
He formerly conducted a small mer
cantile business heie on his own ac
count. THE HAK FEUS' PARTY
HASD30MEI.T EBTEBTAIKKD AT
Ifaoaes and Btaadlaar af tha ArtlaU
nd Wrlicrs Wfco Blaialjr
ataka Up f ha Party.
Auguita (Ga.) CkrmidU: "The
Harpers have come aod gone. Tbe
artists and editors bave been among
na and culled a surfeit of interesting
data and sketches. The train of tbe
Georgia railroad yesterday morning
brought tbe long expected party. Be
fore the introductions tbe aitisens
generally felt that they already knew
tbe much delayed members ol tne
party.- The circamttancea did not,
however, leessn tbe hearty greeting
that was bestowed on them singly and
wholly. The visitors, armed with note
and sketch books, at an early boar
gathered at the office of His Hormr
Mayor May, where carriage were In
watting to show the party tbe various
interesting and attractive fea'nres of
tbe city, l ne drive emoracea an trial
suggested itrelf to the enthusiasm of
the escort made up of members of
Council snd prominent C t i ins. The
mills, tbe cansl, Georgia Chemical
Works, Hand Hills, and tue attractions
of the city generally were visited. The
points embraced by tbe artists ol tbe
parly cover many ot onr most pic
turesque spots. This usually eccen
tric clars the artists are profuse in
their praisea of Augutta and her la
dies. Ons regret teems to be unani
mous: Tbat they bave been com
pelled by cirmmetancea to depart after
so brief a sojourn among such justly
appreciated surroundings. Later in
the day the party wit entertained in
the dining parlors of Lexius Ilenron,
and with the finishing courses, rlah
of repartee and the fl iw of soul b ided
tbe imaginary chasm that has jawued
between the two par les
1 he presence of Mr. Warner in the
city gave many an opportunity of
meeting a no'ed writer, whom they
had only known through tbe medium
of his productions. His Earopean
writings and his conlribu Iols to
periodical literature have given him
an enviable repnta lon throughout
Mr. Kirke Mnnros has firmly estab
lished himself in the esteem of those
who were fortunate ecough to meet
him. Ia social converse we find in
him an ardent believer in tbe future
success of tbe Bou'h. He has at va
rioaa times visited tbe South, and
comes to us an o'd friend.
Mr. Wm. A. Harper, a son of ons of
tbe publishers, accompanies the party
in tne capacity of guardian and chape
rnne,notwitbBtandicg his tender years.
His genial face and manner has won f rr
him. many friends who will gladly
welcome blm to a more prolonged
stay among us at any future time. It
la atated tbat hia experience of yes
terday was pleasant enough to have
him foster snob, a desire.
The artistic position of tbe staff is
ably headed by Mr. Charles Graham,
well known for his faithful and char
acteristic work in tbis field, which
will, we hope, bs better appreciated
by our community after the results of
ths present tonr are given to the
world, He is ably assisted in his
labor) by Mr. Horace B: ad lev, an ever
welcome Traitor, who is favorably
known in our social circles, i
,: Mr. John Durkin. a New Orleans
boy of remarkab'e facility, l.-o assists
Mr. Graham. Tbe cliarac er work if
Mr. Dilrkia is well known to readers
of tha favorite pnblicatlonsof thellar
pi rn, who : remember bis admirable
contributions on the la'e New O. leans
The other, members of tbe party are
Mr. Inman-ra son of Mr. J. II. In
man, tbe originator ot the tiur ai.d
Mr. Muller, the nunagar and embryo
poet of the par y.'
i They nsnke this Southern tour in
Mr. InuiBn' special car, in simptueus
and palatial style eviry :wnt aod
convenience ol the pirty being antici
pated by a c irpa of attendants.
Oh.Felioolmarrat ' ' '"("
thou ho tnuheit UitTeans tdaa4 '
'eillv. iiu.1l bay with a hand that Ukath
who alto lameth kin wltl ahtohory awlteh
And rrnwntth blm hj Ujr as Uaa walsht
Or a rnler ipoa bit ihaaldara.
Thoa art a daisy I
Thna m.th him ttia aatUaal emblan
Rid, wbiu and bias
'J hau furnl'imtb ths striata,
And hs sarth stars.
Wa couldn't do without that,
And ws dnn't want to try I
Thus art loTly and oomlUhd
Abovs all wnaisa. and If thoa art
Not mrrld it is heaust thaa art
Too smart to ba oaa.ht in that way.
All srhoalmarms aro wonoa.
But oil women aro not loheolmarnu,
And, anral podata.io,
That's wharo thoa hast tho balsa thy als-
Oh, Bohoolmarm I
Thou mayesi not est much pay hero below.'
But oi) i duoaiinn i a national ooeislly,
And tbou wilt aot thyroaardia baaiaoi
Ths only drawback bsinf that thoa stayott
Whon ih 'U ost altar It, aad wo
Who remain bore blow lor oar reward
Miss yoa like thunder.
Bohoolmerin, if there t anything ws taa do
or you, '
Call on us I
Arily early and arold tho raahl
Oftloe boure f om I k,m to 6 a ro.
Vt'e aereonoo a sebeolhoy oarelf,
And eaa show the marks af itl
All djala at lata Stock Tarda.
Chicago, III , November 17. The
situation at the itock yards is per
fectly quiet and orderly thia morning.
Ths old men are going back to work
as fast aa p'aces are found for them,
and there are no indications of farther
difficulty. In view of tbis state of
atlairs an oritur baa been iaeued dli
mining the First Regiment from doty,
snd it will return to the ci y at 2
o'clock p.m. The Second regiment
will remain a', tbs yards few days
Ittaaly la a t-r.cl.ao w I ft.
And 'atiltlei teth in a lovely mon'h
is ena of its grest'.tt cha-ra", fis
careful of tonr teeth, a'd prteive
them by uir g hOODONr, that
diarmlng d ntr flc , which is perf tly
barmleM and absolutely indispensab
for ths tjllet.
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL--. THURSDAY,
HERALDED 19 BY KLIZZABDS
hSOlT AM) SLEtT.
Teasels Stranded on the Lukct
Ureat ipprebeaslon Felt for the
t'rtws Upon tbe fieas.
Et. Paul, Mian., November 17.
Snow begn fadirg sarly ' yesriiay
morning and contianed all day, the ugh
the fall was light. After midiKb' la t
i ight, boevrr, a genuine hiii rd ret
in, and thla morning peopln found the
s'rneti snd sidewalks badly b'm kaded,
so that the travel ws rest to Imp iset
ble. R ports indicate that tbe b ins ltd
begin iu the western part of this State
snd swept east and r-ou'h through
Wircocs n and Iowa. B i road travel
Is great y impeded and street cars flad
it a'most impessib'e to run. The
wind is blowing bard and drifting
snow as fast as tue streets aad walks
are cleared. No ancb atorm bss oc
curred so early In the season for years.
Tfetlaaa af the Lakes.
Milwadibb, Wis., November 17. A
special from Grteu Bay says tbe barge
Dizon, Oapt. Robinson, of tbe Justice
Field's tow. foundered off Kewaunee
this morning, Two seamen wars
drowned. Another of the Field's
barges is riding in the breakers and
fl ring a a'gnal of dlttreas. The crew
of tbe tchooner Wyoming are await
ing orders at Escaoaba.
STIIX OTHIB VlOTIaU.
Liter advices from Kewannea state
that the bar Emerald, another of tbe
tug Justice Field's consorts, foundered
at noon. Five lives were lost. Mate
Breview waa saved, but ia still uncon
scious. It is expected that the third
barge, wbioh ia riding la the breakers,
will go to pieces soon. .
Dbtboit, Mioh., November 17. A
special from St. Ignsce says: Daring a
terrible gale a d snowstorm last night
tbs schoontr P. S. Marsh, loaded with
coal, ran on the beach just inside Gra
ham's Point. The Captain signaled
at 10 o'clock this morning that ahe
would saon gi to pieces. Help baa
been sent tor, but it will bs impossi
ble to do anything to help the vessel
today on accmut of ths big aeas,
which she lays broadside to, snd
wheh are momentauly growiog
larger. Another schooner ia a-hore
across tbe Point, four miles from here.
Cuiosoo. Ill , November 17. Ever
alnca 7 o clock last night a steady
dritaiicg rain has been falling. Re
ports received at the Signal tkrvice
Office here show that from every sta
tion eatt of tbe Mississippi rain is re
DO'ted. while from all s'atioos weft
colder weather and snow is chronicled.
Throughout Iowa, Wisconsin and
Minnesota ssvere snow storms are pre-
va ling. Ma:h enlder temperainre
and suow is predicted by the Signal
OICcs for CbiAgn and vicinity. Tele
graphic communication is seriously
delayed in all direc ions.
Blovx Citt, Dak., November 17. A
storm Is ia progrees hers. Baow bas
been falling tt-auuy lor eighteen
hours, with no a'gns of abatement. A
strong northwest gale is blowing, with
the temperature lo" above aero.
At Kaasaa City.
Kansas Cur. Mo., November 17.
Tbe atorm reached Ibis city this morn
ing. A light snow is falling, with a
atrong west wind. Tbe t mperatura
ia not severe, ho wever. On the plains
enow is reported drifted in places, so
that all over Lnd trains ara delayed.
Tbe esat bound Union Paoifio paesen
gar train ia reported snow bound in
Western Kansas. Tbe stirm anpears to
be much more severe in Nebraska
than in this lati ade.
Haale tDaable ta Ba Examined.
Naw Yobk, Njvember 17. Some
correspondence between the Hon. A.
G. Ourtin and Dr. J. T. Metcsl', his
attending phyelc an, thows Hoile's
condition to have been tjo ill to be
BaLLieoKTa, Pa., Noraakorlt, IMS.
John T. Metnalf, H.D.. West Thl.tlelh
otroet, Mow lorkt
Daaa hia-Wben in New York I
learned that you were in attendance
on Mr. Uoxie, audi take lbs liberty
of wri.ing you as to his physical con
dition and whether it is possible in
ths near future to have him examined
before the rommi leu appointed by
the House of Representatives to iu
vsetiga'e tho laWor trouhhs in the
Smthwest. I represented all the
committtjtfl wishes in refraining from
examining him doiina the summer in
const e. nonce of his eit e ce illness. I
have no d ubt tnat Hie public will he
aatirfltd of our failure to examine him
when you make reply to this letter,
which yon will please do at your
earliest possible conveuience. Yours
A. Q. CURTIS. Chairmaa.
"Tto. 1 W. TmaTiara Braitv,!
If aw laaa, MoTomber 15, UM. f
To ths Hon. A. ). Curtla i ' 1
Dbab ftn Mr. Hoxis bss been very
111 and is quite nnable todi anything
Involving work of the body or mind.
At present be ia convalescing from a
severe prostration brought on by no
obv out canse stve inability to take
and appropriate food. Ilia recovery
will bs slow. Should be be fit to ap
pear bpfore your committee at the end
of three mouths from this date, I shall
he as much gratified as surprised.
Tory truly yowM,
J0I1N T. METOALF, M D.
MowTpauaa, Vr., November IT.
The Legislature (both houses) has
pasted a bill provid ng tbat all hotels
or rea'anrants Uiin. oleomargarine
ahall pet up lrge algns nptifying the
pnb ioof tne fa"t
PrwarwlirithafrM nwtn! toPiirlfT.atransa end
u .nhfainM. nr.rrl.w'M linking Hnwdrr tiintaiao
no Ammotila.Ufnalumor l'lnt.hala. IT. ln-a'a
lUtraoea, VaolUa. Luoua, eta., OaTor oallaloual.
POCt amn POWtm CO. CWeaja ami St. Lmai
U (Oi l
rn D DiTPurn v
l W IV r I
Centaur Liniment is the most wonderful ValnCurer
tho world Ujis ever known.
(DslCKIWiOaM TO HEAOHAM dk HORTOBP
Old 8t,anda No. fl Union St., Memphis.
HCTiiei ,ia the , Crad'ble.
, About twenty yttra, ago I dlaaoTered a little sore on my cheek, end the doctors pre
Boanced it cancer. I hare tried a number of physicians, but without receiving any perma
nent benefit. Among tb Bum ber were one or two specialists. Tho medicine they applied
was like are to the sore, causing intense para. I saw a statement In the pspera telling what
8. 8. 8. had done for others similarly afflicted. I procured some at once. Before ( had need
the second bottle the neighbor could notice that my cancer waa healing up. My general
health had been bail for two or throe yearn I had a hacking cougn ana spit blood contin
ually. I bad a severe pain in my breunt. After taking six bottles of 8. S. g. my rough left
me and 1 grow stouter than 1 hau been for auvoral years. My cancer has healed over all bnt
a little spot about tliaaize of a half dime, and it la rapidly disappearing. 1 would advise
ever oua with eancurlo give b. ti. H. a fair trial.
Mm. 'NANCY J..MoCONAUUJJEY, Asho Grove, Tlppocanoe Co., Ind.
Fea. 18, 1886.
Swift's Specific is entirely veRcUblo, and seems to core cancer by forcing out the Imno
Uot from the blood. 'Jrcatlae on Blood and Skin Dieeaaes mailed free.
!i J r . TUB 8W1FT HPKCIFIU CO., Drawer S, Atlanta, Ga,
1 iJcv ,Wi JJ
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8LED6K BK0r Coiis, Mlu. t,
SLEDGE I EMEET
Hoi. SIS and S&t Front Street Menuhii T
If. T BOWDRE.
LUMSBK T ARB I
YELL0TF PINE AND OAK LUMBER.
AHD WBALBBS IH
Dosrs, 8A8tat lUIaas, . Dressed Floorlnir, Ceillns;, WeataerBoarals
wv' CwpretM BhlnKles, LAths, lite.
asrOas fcotiltlaa art anidraassod by any sawmill la tha Beat, for lli ias rsroa.pt.
Foorwaa,OoallbJ.BIdiaf, Bud Lanhor and Cri.rais Bhlairlaa a aaalaltv i also, Fraastaaj
f L-y.yr..T , L . r7a m.ka ,k, wholesale Dnslnaaa a taeeial faatars, Oraaci
'm solloiud aad promptly llloa.
GEO. BAXlIKIt, AGENT,
Eta. '134 Jefferson Street-"- MemVhia. Texuieaei
All Cotton Covered by Insurance on Seaworthy Vessels o.
Ginhouse. Sacks furnished to responsible parties.
124 and 19ft POPTiATt STREET. MEMPHIS.
Capital, $200,000. Surplus, $25,000,
J. Ka 8WWI1C, Prstn. J. i. COOPBAB, TlePresn. C. B.:BUSB, CawAaam
.XBoaaJlrct or Xaiaroaotoaraa. " V.
A afji,,- r af las SMaas a raaaawa aa. Tiaaaaila a SaaaiwJavaaaag
' Waaiaaaa mm saaaa aaaaaal Aataaat aa 3llalasa
Cotton Factors audi Commission Merchants,
No. SI Frmt Strfftt, Tornpr of HfoTirop. Meirtphla. Term.
MEMPHIS WEEKLY APPEAL
ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR.
NOVEMBER 18, 1W.
I in cr O
J0II5 E. HANDLE & CO., PBOPB'S,
6 98 Seoond St. Memphis:, Ton
awVA aaf A KTTTW A a11TT U HT A TJTt TtV A t VJQ TW
JUaai J AT AV A V nisuw Af A A A4 JCt 1WJ Ai1
.ngluesa Boilers SawmilLs,
Bradford Corn and Wheat Mill
Cotton Press, Cotton Glii'i,
. Hhafllns;, Pulleys, .
HPECIAt. HOTICB Ws' ara prepared to 811 orden
on snor: notioo, for tho oolo orated BtcHlart Paaeai
Wrongli. i. Full. Wa oarrr in ttook oval
Two Hundred Assorted ours,
aa-Bend for Catalosua and Prloa-lltt. '
M. K0BFLEET, Besldeat Partial',
H. P. BOWDBE,
M auuiactarera !
Boot and Shoes
OUR FTOCK OP BOOTS AND SHOK3 FOR FALL AND WINTBR WEA IS MORI
oomplo . than ever, eompririna; not only the best and nnett bat alto fall lines ol aa
dinia, durable anil stilish foods, which w oaer at low fiiurei.
Tst THIS TKADK we otter speeial Indueomenta. Carryinf moat .l" .or soodi lia
SOLID BVMB, we are prepared to nil orders lor special sites at NO EXTRA COsl, tha
enabling Merehanta to All ui without beina ooinp.Uoa to bar soodf not needed.
Ageats far tbr;Celebrato1 W. I,. Itonclao $S Nan's CaU Bbaas aaol.lUt.
toya' Shoss im all airlfta.1
aa-TT,T.TTRTWTFT OATAI.OatiS! AWT PRrP T,TT Mtrt.li'Tl FWWB'-w
rpHK COPARTNERSHIP HERKTOFORK
JL vi&Aa a itiLiLr was dissolved on noremoer y, lm. ,
Memphis, Tenn., November 11, 1886.
WM. DEAN, Prei't. I JAMES REILL7,
mm- wm m o.
Coffee Boasters. Spice Grinders.
Importers aaol Wbaleaala Dealera la
i,i;pho-. 205 Main Street, Lee Block, Memphis.
Wm ISaan. Jntia I HIT. St. Isaas atlly. W. H. Itaaaa.
tt D. COOVEB 1 CO.
LUMBER TIBDa FUHIG ILL
Doont, H8h, Blinds, IfoltllagH, all kinds of Door mnd Window
Frames, Bracket, Scroll-Work, Rough and Dressed
Lumber, Shingles, Laths, Water Tanks,
All kinds ot Wood Work xecuted at Short Notice.
Xos. 157 to 17.3 Washington street, Memphis. Tenn.
DEALER IN WALL PAPER
Window Shades, Picture Ball Mouldings and Mixed Faints.
HOUSE, SIGN AND FRESCO PAINTER.
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KELLY, ROPER & EEILL7,
Gr ocers & Cotton Factors,
M. SM Halst Htreet, GayoM Block.
Speer's Cotton Gin
Huling from Mulberry to St. Martin 8treets
aImnranoe and Sacks free.
tar The Largest and only Complete Gin in the city..
Star Best Yield. Best Sample.
Quarter or a Century in
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LANG STAFF BOLDOG,
Nos. 322 and 324 MAIN ST., - MEMPHIS, TENN.-.
GUNS, STOVES, TINWAKa
mtlVEN PUMPS, POINTS, PIPE.
COTTON AND WAGON SCALES.
EVAPORATORS ANT) SOKOIIITM WILLS.
M. APPERSON & CO.
Vholesale Grocers & Cotton Factors,
364 FRONT STREET. MEMPHIS. TENNa
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T7blesale Qroeers, Cotton ITacton
And Can mission Msrcbuts,
232 ad 234 Front St, Uemplib, St3
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ARH.I8TEAD & LUNDEt
COTTON FACTORS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS
170.831 Front Street. Cor. Tnlon, Memphis, Tenn.
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DAT, HORTON & BAILEY
GROCERS AMD COTTON FACTOR
880-38J Front Street Memphis Tenm. j
JN0.B.T00F. 1. L. MoQOWAn! , J. BMoTIQHB. W. OPATTBSOH.
Vholesale Grocers and Cotton Factors
And Dealera In Levee and Railroad Supplies,
No. S74 Front Street-- MeniphlsiTennesaee)'
EXIST1N UNDER TUB FTRM NAME OF
Vieo - Pros't. I JOHN LILLY, Boo'r and Tress.
the Hardware Business,
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