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Bn I Arreted flUb EntlmslaBm
Fall. r Appo nted Under Sccre
tar; fur Ireland.
Pculik, NovcmW 30.-Ths ewe of
the Government vs. John Dillon cams
o for hcaririR to Jar before th
Court of Q lt-en's Ber.ih. Mr. Dillon
appeared, accompanied by Lord Mayor
! Bullivan and Messrs. Healey and H x
ton. Great ciovtda snrrounded the
boilding, and the courtroom and cor
ridors wtre puckfcd. Mr. Dillon wai
' ari'eted with tremendous cheering by
(he people when he arrived, and his
patBige into the couit vas amid en
tlin-lastic applaune. Mr. Healey, on
bthaif ot Mr. Dillon, applied for an
adjournineiit of the licaiinfT. lie (aid
ho hud only been Instructed is to the
mature of the Crown's rompUint last
.night, and as ibe Crown's affidavit
were exceedingly voluminous the do
lecuo would require time to study
iVim. The countel for the govern
merit made no opposition to Mr.
Ilealoj's requtst, and the hearirfc was
adjourned until Doeernber 11th, next,
; ESHLAJID. j '
Bailer lv U Hiuler secretary far
. London, Number 30. It is seurl-
offl faliy hncouncfid that Gn. Hir
' Rodvers Rnllcr, who lus accepted the
office of Under Socre ary fr Ire'and,
will return to the War Office in the
eirlypart of March and mume his
rinttesas PepalT Adjutnnt (ieueral.
ilia services will be required in Ire
land only whila the dtpnriment is
being reoiRaulzd. Tie Uudor Sec
retary will in the future ccoupy a seat
in the II .uue of Commons.
T Hmmm Hnle Aenonlnllon aud
IVKKa Hill AUIHlKHUItlO.
; London, November 30. The Bri
tish Home Kale Associaion and the
Home League of the United King
dom will ania'Ktinxte undur the name
of the Home Kulo Union and support
a single ticket in future elections for
the parpr.se of tsaisiing the Irish peo
ple in obtaining the riKhts of local
self government. A conference of the
two associations la called for Decem
A Cawaralj frlae lighter.
London, November 30. Knlfton,
who was to have fought a prlas flrfht
with bare knuckles to a finish with
Jim Smith in Taris ' today for the
heavy weight championship of Eag
lnd and heavy stakes, backed ont at
the last moment and refused to goto
the battle ground. The men bad been
in active and close training lor the en
counter for several weeks, and the In
tereht taken In the event was wide-
spread and intenee. The amount of
money p In wagers was large. Last
evening, all the preliminaries having
been satisfactorily arranged, a train
load of prominent sporting men and
'.aristocrats went to Paris to witness the
battle. The only reason Knifton gave
for bis conduct was that he fonnd that
the number of Smith's adherents
who wonld attend the fight was so
much greater than the number of his
own friends who would be present
that he learel he would be unable lo
obtain fair piny, and so concluded to
abandon a omteHt which he fait con
Srinced would be hopeless for him un
dw any cnjuniotaium The British,
Sporting world is howling with chagrin
" ': HERMAN I
B)liilUm lii Utirmrtny.
Biblix, November 30 The annual
report on the siege of Berlin has been,
presented to the Ruiubstag. It de
scribes socialist movement among
worklnimeu as et 11 lively and tend
ing more and more in a radical and
extreme direction, which lives it a
very provocative chaia.iter. Hamburg
and Alt maare the chiof centers of
Mn. Wurba'a Ilrovlmre or Enclaad.
Bbhun, November 80. Mat. Otlo
Weans, a Qrman military ollloo', is
abont to publiali a brochure on Eng
land's pneition among the nations of
the world, with special reference to
her relations with Rutsia. The publi
cation will be a friendly criticism
from military and political poinU of
view. Maj. Waclis a previous brooh
area on the channel tunnel qneetion
ud on the Egyptian campaign were
' wU received in England.
' ilaa fi Dralre lo Heplaee Kuclaad.
Paris, November 30. The Journal
drt Delialt cavs: Frauce hasnodesira
to replace England in Exypt when
Egypt is evn u ited, but if evacuation
is lo be conditional upon England re
maining ab olut'j miatresi of the
. country, agreement is impossible.
British plea for time are equivalent
to indefinite occupation. France does
not mnke this occupation a eanu biUi,
bnt duclarvs that her interests and
rights are prejudiced by it.
Madacaivar t'rrdlla Faaaed.
PAHis.Novembor 30. The Chatuher
cf Deputies today p.ieeed the MadS'
ga:cftr ccuits by a vote of 2S9 againat
100. Uaron ue oolirenlieini, Kussian
Attjb'FBHdor at Paris, and Baron de
ti;aiil,Rii-:l in Amhaaalor at London,
will both visit Bt. Petprahurg soon.
The trip, it is alleged, will ba made by
' both diplomats for domostio reasons
eo'.niy, and during their presence in
8t Petersburg both will present their
aopgntra to the lr.rina during the
Imperial court totes.
Farm, November 30 Francs and
Mexico have concluded a treaty of
Odissa, November SO. Geo. Kaul
Dare has arrived tiers and bus pro
ceeded to or. Petersburg.
ViENNA.Novomber 30. Baron Seek'
endoiff, a professor in the College of
Agriculture, has committed suicide.
Bkhun, November 30. The police
have proscribed the first number of
the unarchist periodical Autonomic.
Pabis, November Z0.Ia Tempt de
- nies that the government has received
unsatisfactory advices from Madagas
Madrid, November 30. In the
Chamber of Deputies the government
. pioeentea a diu t.rovidiog lor trial by
PKdTH, November 30 The Hun
g rian De'ega ion to lav finally passed
all the i'ems of the imperial budget
ami ciofiea me srnsion.
byrNaT, A. b. W., November 30.
Nine tonihs have been sontenced to
de.tth )r;r f.,r cominittir g an cu rate
oa n it ytnr oi.i s: -rvunt ni".
Ckstantimkpi.k, November 30. It
iVtat-; I t ift'. iji't,. Kaulhars present d
t-i tho tDlUui a cony ol tha repoit on
B il.'-r'nn rjHin prepard by him fir
him to oonvey to the Cisr Ms wa'mrst
assurance of bis regard and friend: h p.
rwrii, November 80 The AoaUian
delegation has voted the extra mili
tary ett mttes and the extension of
the cred.ts granted for lSSS.
Pabis, Njvembor 30 It Is an
nounoed here that Kns-ladoee r ot i
sit npoa the solertipn of Prince
Nicholas, o! Mirgrtl a, m the cauli
date for the Baliiaitan throne.
Pabis, November 30. The Munici
pal Councl hf s dvputed Dr. Clis a'ng
to vitlt the Italian hatr, Merlatti, I r
the pnrp'iee of ascertaining if abstin
ence fiom food endangers his life.
London, November 30. -Dr. Rob;rt
son, Oonsarvative, has been elec ed lo
the linos of Commons Ail the va
cancy In the Brighton D strict. The
Doctor ia blind, lie had no opposi
tion. , London, November 30. M. Wad
dington, French AmbiS'adir, has
askud the Erl of Iddesleigh, Foreign
Secretary, lor a detinits reply to
France's interrogatory respecting the
RanwoON, November 30. The Brit
ish troops in Barman, in a recent en
counter with the forces of Boshmay,
killed 143 of his followers without
loHDff a soldier. But three ot the
British troops wers'wonnded.
Madrid, November 30. The royal
family epent 8a urdsy in praying at
Allocs a tomb. . Tne Queen, in mem
ory cf the first onnivers ry of ber hus
band's death, will found an asylum f r
diBJbloi workmen out cf her private
EmNOusaaH, Novembnr 30. At the
conferenco of the Scotch Liberal As
satiations today, at llawack, twenty
eight or(an rations wore reprnr-enttd.
The cmr rence adopted resolutions of
coufldenco In Mr. Gladstone ami in
favor of home rule in Ireland and
Pabis, November 30. Sued com
mences his fast tonivht. The niedicul
commttlee appointed to watch him re
fused to do so becanse he declined to
reveal the secret of the liquid uied by
him, cr allow another to fast with him
under the came conditions.
Pabir, November 30. While a
Radical meeting ws being held hero
Sunday the platform wanrttortutd by a
patty ( anarch s a. A fierce coufi ct
ensued, in which numbers were in
jured. The police finally succeeded in
clearing the hall. Twelve perrons were
BROasMA, November 30. The police
are tracking five travelers from Dover
who are suspected of being Impli
cated In the pladdering of a mail car
of the Od'end Express yesterday. The
robbery was cleverly effected. A new
padlock was substituted for the broken
one. and this threw the officials off
aoeut until the terminus was reached.
mi EYANUEL1CAL ALLIANCE
i BeMlatlona AffalBat Attend'
the Perforaannoa on
St. Louis, Mo., November 30. The
American Opera Company was prev
Eareu vt men coruiatreuepiioo mot,
ouis, but one baa been tendered from
quarter and with warmth that was
entirely unexpected. The epecial
hofllneasof the Evangelioal Alliance
on Monday morning was to have
been a discussion of the Sunday quee
tion, bnt although nearly all the min
latere of the city were present, the
yiuaeUon was postponed and attention
fwns cyi'ied to the fact that the Amen
I - Mka 4 -I
can r?ora company was lo give a
wek'a entertainment here, and ta ttie
(aitherfact that the company's per
formances were to include a very
w r Icily ballet. A committee was ap-
nolnted to consider the Question, and
af .er rantnre deliberation reported the
following resolutions, which were
unanimously a topted t -
Whichbas, The season oi public
amnnement is upon us; and whereaa.
some of these indnlgencrs have a de
cidedly oornip.iiig tendency; there
lUtolved, That we earneatly counsel
all Christian people to refrain from
patroniiinc such amazements to pre
sent nnectacnlar representations of
sensuality or are manifestly immoral
in their ii flneuce and destructive of
tunoma, id ai we regret w learn,
uuon what seems to be good authority,
that finch objectionable featnres be
long to Boiue of the performances of
the American Upora Uompany.
TkeTrcnbltanflhe Amerleaa Opera
Bt, Louis, Mo November SO.
Trouble in the America Opera Oom-
nnnv lias beirnn earlv In their enirsge-
unent. . Yetterday the ministers of
the 14 rangy heal Alliance denounced
the ballet and advised their parish
ioneis to avoid those performances at
which the ballet predominated. To
dav it develops that Mme. Furrch
Mahdi is being disciplined and will
rot appear during the engagement in
this city. At a rehearsal yeetotday
the nropwty manager bad placed a
table In the center of the stage and
not In its usual position. .Mme
Furncb Madi stumbled over it and re
fused to proceed with the rehearsal
until it should be removed. The stage
minacer informed the madame that
the table wonld not be removed.
Mine. Furfch-Madi refused to sing
and the rohea sal broke up. Manager
Locke now eaya that she has been
"laid oft'" for a time and will not an
near uutll the decision of the 'Board
of Directors on her rase is received-
mover's Stoat l'on
Sr. Louis. Mrr.t
November 30. The
Hon. Jnhn M.' Glover arrived in this
city this morning from Washington
and was immediately served with
copy of the notice and petition of Na
than Fiank's contest for his seat in tbe
Fiftieth Congrees. The face of the re
tnrns from the district which Mr.
Glover and Mr. Frank contested gave
the former a majority of 100. The no
tice of contest ia a lengthy document.
and in it Mr. Frank claim, that he
was actually elected by a majority of
over 600 votes, and would nave re
ceived tha certificate of eleo'.lon had
it not been that the following frauds
were committed on election day
Non reinstatement of legal voters upon
lha reiistia'lon list, the couuting out
of legal votes and the counting of ille
gal ballots cast lor mr. uiover.
veaMBta mt Ibe KaUarbU.
' PrrreurjRa, Pa., November 29. The
Knights of Libar cf this section are
tnakiav lnnreftftpd efforts to gradually
tnclnde all leagues and unions in the
nriiaraa separate districts. Tha Iron
Moulders' Assembly of this city have
had undor consideration for some time
pant the advisability of going Into ens
national tiado dit-trlct cf the Kt-IghU
of Labor. A meeting has been called
for next Friday uight, when the mat
tnr will he moie thoroughly ranvarsed,
Tuore a-e bvtwoen 600 and 600 iron
mould -rs in t ie two cities. II it I
decided t)f nn a national trades dis
trict it ia said to'it all ef the K nighta
o' Labor moulders l:i tlie United .Stats
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL WEDNESDAY, DECHMBEK 1( .1886.
LIST OF THE ASSETS AND LIA-
Heavy Attach rryuts Levlcd-Nameg
of rrlnc!pl Creditors EffeclH
. of the r'ailuw.
(SrKCIil. TO thi appialJ
Littlk R'ick. Abk.. November 30.
The fo low ng additional purt calarsin
tbe uutnn & uray tatiore w u iniereei
yonr readers. The ssseU are set down
ai follows: Fixture?, conntors, etc , in
ti e store, $3600'. iron sals, 1W;
horses, wagonp, etc., $125; notes and
accraitf outstanding, 25,000; rail
estate, 700; gooes at Happlngton's
mill. $70 84: store on band, 101,-
675 56; total, $133,120 81.
Prefirrtd Vredxlon 1'Arker vvortn-
en, fll,t)UU; L,tnam, Alexander a
Co., New York, $2(500; P. W. Ferrell,
$3000; Fletcher A Hotze, $300.
As s:on as the announcement oi
the assignment went abroad three at
tachments were sued out in the Uni
ted States Court, viz.: W. E Barton,
as agent for Meyburg & Rothschild
Brr s., 6t. Lou's, account, $1411 ; tibaf-
tr. Swart & Co , t. loul, amount,
$3250 65; Lonia Meyers, New York,
The tailors threw tilly-mx clerks cut
of employmeatf male acd female, be
t'des Johr Colfiiel Pf riers. Thi c rps
of clerks wa compoiedrf excellent
polite and courteous genthmen and
ladie, and their gcod deportment
added much to the general popularly
of the firm.
It lo eeneraliy believed this after
noon that arrangement) will soon be
conaumrnated by which the firm will
be enabled to "go .ahead" with its
business; and th's abatement coines
from appareut good authority.
Business men ol the city look upon
the failuro with eincere reuret, and
think it a great blow upon the bnai
ners Interests no; only of the city, but
of the Stale as welt.
While nothing douaitely is known
as to tne liabilities, tne amount is
estimated at $100,1 00.
Slmlh Jornr Prawn
Naw Yoek. November 30. The
work of oMalninir a iurv for tbe trial
of "Hoodie" Es-Alderman MrQaade
was continued today in the Oeueral
Seuaions Court. Nsthan Kru(?g?r, a
meat dealer, of No. 60 First avenue,
was acctp'.fd as the third juror, two
uro'S bavins been secured yesterday.
Archibald Eiskln, a carpenter, of No.
148 West Nineteenth street, tcok the
iourth eeat in the jury box, and Mal
colm Bell, a broker, of No. 11 Wall
street, was the fifth juror. Harris Ho
senberg, a coal dealt-r, was accepted as
tbe bixtti juror. Another panel ot
fifty jurors was drawn this morning,
and of the fifty drawn yesterday only
twenty-six responded this morning.
A Department Cl'rk tleta it Start ia
"Yep." said John M. Manning to a
Pott reporter at his residence, No. 110(1
Ninth street, is. w waanington, v.
O , "I am the lucky man who drew
one-fifth of tha Second Capital Prizs
of $25,000 in the October drawing of
The Louisiana Slate Lottery for 11 sent
to AL A. Dauphin, New Orleans, La.
I have already my $5000 safe in bank.
It came mofit opportunely. I am 'a
clerk in the War Department, and
have devoted mr spare time to the
Btudv of law. 1 sraduated recently,
and this elvrs me a start in-life."
Washington (V, U.J rostt October ZtJ.
" " -
- Aaalaneit After an Xztenalon. ,
OirtoitriTi, O., NovembBt 3a
Shipley. D.) ry & Oo.f wholesale dry
goods denlma, at iortiem ana citn,
who recently obtinedan extmsion
from ert dttors. tadav aasianea 10 o. u.
Tatum, who-e bond was fixed at,$ W0,-
000. Murray Shipley, senior member
cf the firm, also made an individual
assignment, niving up all his property.
The bond of bla atslgnee in $')0,000.
The autement of as?ets and liabilities
has not been made up, but rumors are
current that the assets will pay from
25 to 33 per rent, on tbe debts. There
are no preferences. The firm is one
of the largest in the city, and rag
hitherto been regarded as one of the
The Kepnullenna Beaten After All,
Tbhrb IIauth, Inp , November 30.
Tbe recount of votes east in this
conntyfor joint Representative, peti
tioned for by Downing, Republican,
who on the face of the returns was
defeated by 31 majority, was finished
this morning, fieaaley, Democrat.
gained 6 votes. Downing had gained
7 votes in another connty in the dis
trict. The Republicans hoped to gaio
enough ia this county to give the seat
to Downing, which would have given
the party a majority of 2 on joint bal
lot in the legialature.
The Leader of the Htrik Thief.
Chicago, III , Novembrs 30. Thos.
Collins, the leader of the Lake Shore
switchmen during, the. recent strike,
had an old indictment of nine years
ago revived against him for theft, lie
has been arrested twice lor ariempiea
train wrccklnar. and will now be prose
cuted on the old charge to insure his
Thta merikina, oeanhrnlnf tmn with pnra
VomHal'le Umk. quickly and fyimnlnely
Vurra Or.pf.Mla. Inhiiaferfcia. lVVia
I'm pare Hloo.t, AlaWtmChllleaDd rerera.
Ana Nearnluia. . .
iitianunfiiltlnrme1y for Claeaaeaoftha
It la Invaluable fcr rtaeaar re!lar to
Women, end all vrtlo lead anleDtary Uvea.
Ufloot wa injure U teeth, eananhcadaclie.or
produce conjll nation oTit Iron imwlirtnef no.
HenrlelietaBd purl flea the blood. nttnniVatei
the arriettte, ivMa the aMlmilation of awvl, re-
Itcvca lteartbiii. and Belching, ana raeugui.
Tor Intermittent revere. Uaattudet Laokl
crovad radllnre on ranrwr. 1 aae no omet
u.wr aaowa caavictt co. aitriaoaa,
Orrica or thi Bon or RrnrrTioa,
Mmhl. NnT.mber iS. lHrt.
-Imq tr,r II .lin. lha Ch.laM SohOOlbOUHe,
JLJ now In core of erection on the eorncr
of Fourth nd Keel ftreeM, will be reoeived
at thi. office op to 11 w. t-inuriUv neit.
ti.n, n.i ,j.mftiinn. e.n be acen at the
nfflce of M. ft. Baldwin. Arobltect. No. atl)
II Am alll k. .Inn mratred for Lnvina rlje
wa'ki at Market Mrpet Ilulldlna-to the i.me
dute. Pinna and rcecifl.-ntioni can be aeen
al thi office. 1 he Hoard tonervea the right
to rel.ot any ami a I LiJa.
ardor of the Board.
wni gi m in pi
MAKUFACTURKH8 OF FIRST-CLASS
Steam Engines, Boilers and Tanb Worlf, Cotton Gins, Cottol
Presses, tood Pulleys, Shattins, Agilcultural
and Plantation Work,
ASD DEALERS EJ
Corn coad Saw Trills.
-WakaTethLAHaEST WORKS of th kind In th. United StaUn, and wUl meet
pi icol (or aama quality of ork. Bend for CaUJogaa, Prico-LiiU
UU-lr.: tmt'M etft MM-i1i.i?1Jl
Agent and Commission Merchant and Wholesale Dealer.
Bavin i urctipntd the entire itook of Bonrr Pere, M Beats atreat at a low flirare, i
nr of Stoven, Furniture, Q leenaware, Tinware and household Furmsnlni Uoodi,
will .11 U ih-n ann nthmr krtua. Ia lhA
r.tS. All HlndB OI HBW IDU OHJiiim-nin'l nwiw .uu ihwipou i. i ' '""I"., . t ,
w--ii i.;, I. r.t Hair nr1 nit vrAilA. tit Onttm. Iron.B mea. Hidflfl. Fur. Metals and
w.- ii .u. . i'B.k frnmm Paiit a n A
. iiMio i, ,iia Olil Iruu-I WautHl.jiJorreapondeaoe aolioitedi and Jrrioe List
ant on ai.n!lcali"n. .
40tMllniiMf.t HiHhy Kf.aml
DEALER IN WALL PAPEE
Window Shades, Picture Rail Mouldings and Mixed Paints.
HOUSE, SIGN AND
JJO. aa5 NF Q1 STREET.
DILL AUD &
Cash Advancer lo Merchant and Planter.
MTSBBER Y ARD I
TELiLOW PINE AND OAK LUMBEE.
ABB DUUU IM- -
Doers, Sauk, Blla",
n - m
C'ypreea Shingle, Laths, Etc
MrOar Armlet are Bntnrauiei b any
flannni Trillnt nirllaf fill,
- iiila.lioai. We make the
Q1.0. BAYHHaIaEII, agent,
ETi.'U4 Jefferson Street - MemPhia. Tenn
FOUNDRY & MACHINE DEPT,
OrUt-Mlll r '
IBON & RAILWAY SUPPLY
(Bnooeiiora In thta lepartmentto JOUM MAJNOUVJS.I
aar-Wrlteni tor Information on ANY TIIINU In either Hoe. .
Cotton Factors, Vholesalo Grocery
If Oa OOO Front street s MempliU. TessE.
W. IT. BROWiyv
2 Front fttrect.
T7o.u 11 Union Street.
U. O. rBAROl.
Cotton Factors & Commission Llerch'is,
No. 28o:rnojrr:sTiiECT' Memphis, tenw.
E. Bl, APPERSOtJ & GO.
Wholesale Grocers & Cotton Factors,
364 PROT4T STTtTITTr. MEMPTTT3. TrlWTg.
1. A. BAILEY.
J, A, BAILEY & (JO,
w-awaerv "jr!" aamjaaaiBa aw, Aimmmi ? ami, L""""'
. . .o,id ivi. nnu.r.ini mnni m
A v.,.ri.i P.m.,' Drive Well.. Iron.
Give ui a oall.
Prrtm nt Ruttirni Made on hII Koodi ronsianed to
SI Ttealo St., WnipliKTcnn.
sawmill la the Beatk for 1 i mi erien pTcnrtr.
Tru'. tVKlrM reoialtrt ,irg
Whole. ele fiaatneaa a laeeial faatan. Orwni
AND .MACHINE COMPANY.
ICOto 174 Adams SL, Mempliii
Boiler Ira :
' ti jutveta.
DEPT, 226 and 223 Second St.
: : Slemnliis, Tenn,
: : JSeEiphla, Tenn.
UOH5 U MoCtBLLAN.
ra a4 ) V.tea street !
tt. 1. WITT.
pt.iivuvhq ail ivn CTBIM 1TTTKK8
Lead and Striae Pine. Gil Fixtures. Qloheli tt
hornton 6 Co
ms bio. co.
IBocts and Shoes
S6i lvr - A
TJB f TOCK OF BOOTS AND EHOES FOR FALL AND WI5TBR WBAR IS MORI
com Die than ernr, eoninriunr not onljr tbe best nnd finest but alio fall lioei of me
dium, durable an J ttfliak foodi, which we
Til I'll K THtllC mm off ananlnl
SOLID 61ZKS, we are prepared to til orders
enabling aieronanu to nil in witnout being
Aaenla.for tb:elelrntfid W. L. nonarlaa a.t Mn'i Calf Hhexw andiaa;
itoje Hboa tm mil Hylem.
w-TT,T,TTSTt kTV.n f!ATAT.O'4nK A NT PWrfiW T.TST MaTLKT THWB-mni
WM. DEAN, Prea't. I JAMES REILLY,
DEAN-LILLT CDFPEE & SPICB Co.
Coffee Boasters, Spice Grinders.
- ' 'Importers and Wholesale Dealers In
p 205 Main Street,
DI HECTORS -Jwvln.
John 1 lllv.
AXmWW fl8WA.KT, Hsw OrlmuM.
BO. S58 ANJt S03 JTUONT 1HTBEET, HEKPHI3, 1lt,9m
A90 . .,
SSEUART BAOTSEnS & CODPJM
COTTON WCTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
STEW nitT.WAlVH. IjOITIBI ATf AVJ
Doom, Sash, Blinds, Moldiaga,
rranicm Bracked, Scroll-H ork, ASougb ana vressea
I.nuiber, hliiugles, L,alkH, Water Tank.
. All kinds ol Wood Work xecnted at Short Notice.
Nos. 157 to 173 Washington street, Mpniphis. Tenn.
ELLY, ROPER & REILLY,
2V. 89S Xtelit Street, GiyMtBlMk.
JJWWajJH""1 , I. I ' 1
Sneer's Cotton Gin
Huling fiom: Mulberry to St. Jllartiii Streets
"Insurance and. Sacks
l The Largest and only Complete Gin in tne city.
I Best "yield. Best Sample.
. T. B. fcIMN, Prea't, tiEO. ABSSLD,
DOES A GENERAL FIRE & MARINE BUSINESS.
l9Conntry Store, Dwelling and Olnhonses a Specially.
I-Lowes Adjusted Promptly, and raid at MemphlB.
W. ' . WILKERSON, OKO. ARNOLD,
W. P. DIINAVANT, T.
tloa. ss8 and S8 rront
171ioleale Orocero, Cotton Fsvtton
And Co a mini 5 n dsrcbists, f
?32 234 Front St., Oomphis, Tczi
eirwnl AUAMA AXB JfHTKMM. ... i
M. I. . eVUHlT aWeotea Ma wJoU time
D. W. FLY.
F. B. HKHHUH,
tatoel CoffeevUle. M1j. LaU f
Late ot Comaneroe, MIm.
FLY, .HEBfiOm & HOBSOW
Cotton Factors and
3g4 FroTtt Street Memohiit TenTi "
W. H . HOBTOS.
Lata of Meaehaat Hertoa.
a i-r T-TafTI rriafTVT l Tl K. IT ft'
sJixXt JOLVJSXi J.
OCERS AND C0TTQ.1 -FACTORS,
XftO-SeS Front Street Menavnif Temm.
JK0.8.TO0F. K. t. MflOOWAH. 3. B.IMkTIQEB. , W. flPATIBBOa.
f oo IcSowan & Go.
Vliclcsalo Grocers and Cotton Factors
a ii.ll Itoul Are In Tjvra
No. S74 Front Street .
- inxr st.
offer at low figurei.
Cnrrvlnt mnrt of onr rood in
ror tiieoial tiiet at NO KXTKA CObT. tan
oompeuea to but gooaj not seeaea
Vlce - Prei't. I JOHN LILLY, See'jr and Treaa.
Lee Block, Memphis. : s ;
W. II Ornn.
I AHDKKW D. (JWTHUJt,
ItJiiE & CO.,
, GOOVEE & CO,
MANUFACTURERS OF , . '
all kinds of Door and Window
V.-rrra'l, W. H. HIS1IDAT, See,.
J. W. RICHARDSON. T. F. DUrifia
B. SIMR, JOHN ARMTSTEAD.
F. K. 50KFIJEET, Bealfiont Partatr,
Street - Ilentphla TenJra,
J. Oiai k.
te the welrhljii ill aala ijfajl Oatta trUr ;
Brooke, N.oly Oo. '
BAiurv. " .
Lata at BaUa
yjm a dim
- .. TiTamnhlfe intine
,lhc Ci i', and iL'at tue su laa requested
will bditici .d.d in it.