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(JOY. UOiJ TAILOR'
CAH.HT 11T His FKIESDS AT THE
Cpaa Leaving Wa.nlilnf ton and Com
pll4 la Stujr a Daj Loafer
Calls I'pnn Clerrland.
Israelii, to TBI irriAL.)
"Wishimton. December 1. Gov
ernor eliTalor, who lias been here
closing np hia bu.ir.e;s aa Tension
Agfciitat KnoiTille, ttried to trinm
koine thin eTeiiing. tie got aa far as
the depot, wheie he waa svaylai by a
snmbor cl hia friends who absolutely
refuted to allow li m to go, and carried
him off to the National Hotel, where
bei gov. lie t 'Id your correspond
ent that Mi boaineea here hid been
eatirfaettrily at justed, and that he cer
tainly would leave (or home tomorrow
evsnlntr. Togtther with 8. riRtor liar
rie. be called at the White Iloiue this
morning and Lad a very pleasant half
konr'a that with the Present. The
Governor expressed himnelf aa being
nncli pleased with the Pnsident, but
says tbat he ia eutieuog lroni rtieu
autism in the knee.
Oongreewan Richardson received'a
telKraai today from Gov. Bate ap
point log him to represent Tennees-e
at a meelirg to be held tomorrow in
Philadelphia for the purpose nl male
ins airaniieinenti (or the cell bration
f the ce t'"nnial ot the O.mnlltntion.
llo has m eoted the appointment wed
trie ! hard U induce Gov. Taylor tj
ro with him.
ludlan Commissioner Atkins, who
has bet n veiy sick, was at his desk
liml Brpn of IH !oinnalIOBr
Wabhbmjton, December 1. Nor
man Uulmun. Uommisai'mer ofAeri
aniline, todiy submitted his second
ai:naal report to the President, lie
di'tcriben in general terms the pru
urtsj made in aariculture daring re
cetit years and the conditions which
contribute to make this "the best fed
nation on the globe." He sets forth
at length the benefits to be derived
and expected from agricultural exper
iaarint stailons. The stations and col
leges of the several Stales are con'
etautly urged to enlarged experimnn.
taticn beyond present resource", and
often And themuelvea "striking new
leads" which they cannot follow, all
lor want of means. Hence the sen
ral intnreat in the bill now before
Congress "(ol the establishment of
agricultural experimental stationa in
connexion with the agticultoral col
leges," and the prevalent opinion of
ita importuned and the donlre for its
early enactment. No measure, he
says, re now pending or proposed of
rreater imp irt or buarlng a brighter
promise of deep seated and
IastiriH benefi'a to . the agri
enltnral interests of the United
States in all their branches In com'
nenttng upon the work of the Bureau
of Animal Industry be describes the
Dread of pleuro pneumonia, and savs
every effort possible under existing
law baa been made to locate the
diseased animals and isolate all that
save been exposed. It would have
been meat fortunate if every animal
exposed to the disease and liable to
contrast it could have been summarily
alanghtered and the contagion thus
eradicated. With a disease of this
character at Chlrato, it has been truly
etid that the cattle indue try of this
eouatry his reached a crisis. There
an be no duubt that it wilt beaoon
and widely diHsominated unless
prompt and eflettnal action can be iu
etitated for ita speedy suppression
Bren now it may Lave been scattered
to some extent In the West, and the
lnveatlcatijrtB ol the next year will
probably bring other outbreaks to
light The mat er is a nioit important
on. ovoiuhdwlng Tn urgency all
oihcrs affecting our exrlcultuial popu
la'.ioa. and of vital Interest also to cv
ery consutner of baef, of milk, of
batter and of cheese. To prevent the
spread of this srourge, ahlih ' has i
already greatly affected our foreign i
aad interstate commerce, additional
Irgiulation by Congress Is now essen
tial. Much valuable wtrk has al
ready been done in Maryland, and the
dinger of the dissemination of the
contagion Irom that Hta e has been
greatly leoteni'd. Ho work has been
dene in the Rate of New York, be
cause it was evident that the appro
priation was not tullkieut to tec ure
any favorable rwu ti there on account
of the infection. The disease alio ex
ists in New Jersey, Pennsylvania and
Virginia, but the H ate authorities
have not yet accepted the rules and
regulations of the department for co
operation. I greatly regret the neces
rity of announcing the existence ot
this dangerous disease over such a
wide area, bat the si riotm remits to be
apprehended from it make it Impera
tive that the truth should be known,
in order that such legislative action
may be taken as indicated by the
emergency." Upon forestry be says
there is practically no reproduction at
tempted or forest planting done wonh
mentioning in comparison with the
enormous annual consumpi ion. "As
a flirt step of reform," he pays,
"und ubtedly the land policy uf
the United States in the timbered
Tegior.s requires a changa according to
the condiiiors of those localities. Be
sides the good example which the gov
ernment may s.t in taking better care
oi in own timber lands, it might ap
proprlately extend its oporat ons by
planting on a large scale in bodies of
severnl contiguous eections in the tree
less t-thtus and Territories of the West.
The military reservations in thtse
Kates, ownd by the general govern
ment, would form a most dtsirabte
nuldof opeiatiou. Only by such ex
tensive planting can a desirable modi
fication of the extreme climate on the
Western p ains be expected." The
Conim ftdnner calls attention to the
need of a fund to be used in semilog
epooialis's to foreign countries in rV
sponso to invitations to take part in
SiiemiQc lnve t gations of all aorta.
He thinks reports made from the
ttindpoint of the needs of this coun
try, iustead of from the foreign view,
would bs very valuable.
assaaa Bxrt or I bo CnmmlwIOBOr
Washington, December l.The
annual repoitof Gen. Joseph K. John-
ston, Commhsioner of Kailroada, baa
been filed with the Kecre'ary of the
luterio-. and aas made public today.
- Of t: e Union Paclnc Railway Uom-
' pany the Commlf aiom r rays that on
his ae an 1 tc nr of inspection he ' found
the tr- ck, bridges, culvert', work
a'tops, Jrouodhoust B, BUtions, etc., of
the company in excellent condition;
the lies were leveled and the rails
(rtiei I) acsnra'ely and firaly laid, coc
siitmiug this as a tirat-cluss toad and
piovingthe tlDciuicv of th preaen-
inanikeuiHiit." The tiuamial gt tit c
lasntDmari'd e lolfoae; Tial debt,
$i.M,4:i!i,2'J-'; a(iil s-cck, KtiOXis,.
r)()0; 1 1.1 (stock and dlt, $j.ll,:tl)7,
totol at g tj,$J53 010,1.9; liiirpluB,
A O'MDit the itnms of avels is one of
,604,141, ts c aimod by the d in-
pary, repaia to cae ur.itea otates.
The CommtHjorer says that reports
of ths Treasury Department s'ows
settled account and monev pUd into
tns Trcasnry June 80. apgreira-
ting fj 1,074,414, or $9.0,720 le-w than
ttie amount claimed by the company.
The credits of the company are in
en aad, how. ver, by accumulated in-
U're-ts on sinking fund inveftrpenis
443 5(0 Total c. edits June 30, 1880,
21,122,814. The gross earnings of trie
Union divi-ion for the year Jnti,
Uiited StHt'B and comnvr. ia1,
amo anted to $'3,215,484; expend!
tu'es abowed und.r the Thu'tnan Act,
$7,761,605; lehviog $4,453,87U IB net
earningo, if which the government is
entit.fd to 25 per cent, or H3,4UU.
The auioant found due fiom the
Kantas divUioa is $141,019, making a
tal of $1.Z54,43V due from hoth di
visions, lastiad of dividinn: the
earnings and expanses of the Kansas
division on a mileage basin, as here
tofore, the amouutfeund doe by the
Commissioner was bated on an actual
location as between the aide I and
non-aided porions of the road, and
resulted la an increaae of 132,072 in
the government requirements.
The funded debt of the Union Pa
cific Railway 0mpauy June 30, 1880.
was $116 46,18), against li0,4 11.7U7
the ynar before, a net decrease of
393,8(17. The revenue of tha Union
Pacifl 3 Company for tLe yeareuib d
December $1, 1885, was $25,( 410 816;
upetidilures, $21,044,004 ; surplus, $3,
121,032; surplus including expen
ditures (or Bew constrnction and quip
merit, $3,344,281. The net earnings
were $8 41)4,670 against $4 011,909 in
1884 The nut earnings ol its auxiliary
linte for the ye ir 1885 were f 1,302,714,
against $1,847,205 in 1884. The com
pany iperates twenty-one biaiich
line, mueteen of which it has a con
trol. ing interest, a though each has
independent organiaaton. Tre total
mileage of tlieee branch lines Decem
ber 31, 1885, were 2087. The bonda
outitanding i mounted to $10,352,0(0.
of which the Vnion Pacirto ownei
$24,080,00, wh eh oust the company
The total capital stork ouls'anding
(par value) was $42,257,750. of which
the Unleu Paclflo owned $34,210,000,
which eoet it $11,662,334. The ret
earning! of these auxiliary linos for
amounted to $1,360,491. The an n ml
Interest on l)Onda was $2,004,110. Oa
two roads dividends amounting to
151.000 ware paid on stock, all of
which, however, was owned by the
Union Pacific Hallway Uompany, mat
ing a total for the year of $2,665,110,
or adeluit from the business of the
vear of $1,288,618. That portion of
the deficit, however, which represents
nnpa'u interest upon tionda owned Dy
the Union Paclflo Company Is a mere
book asoount or a charge against the
several auxiliary roads, payable from
their luture earnings, and not money
actually paid out by the Union Pa
clflo Railway Company.
The 8eiretary of the Interior, in
?;lviog out this report today, made the
Mowing comment concerning the
defislt indicated above: "It is oluimed
by Mr. Adams, the president of the
company, that this deficit is apparent
only, rt-preeenting not money paid
out, bnt book accounts of interest
which has accrued on securities
largely held by tho Union Paclflo
company itaolf. It Is further claimed
that during the year the auxiliary
lines as a whole not only paid their
own operating expenses and $1,300,000
tn addit on thereto, but also coniiib'
nted to tha main or aided line of the
Union Paris' a some $5,000,000 worth
of trtlBs whioh otherwise it would not
The fablls Debt.
Washington, December l. The
debt statemont iwuied today shows
that the dt crease of the publlo debt
during tin month of November
amounted to $.1,006,249 67. Total cash
In the Trea ury, $1,028,74 69
An leerf Clerk Bnvei.
Washinot )N, Dfcenibsr 1. Mr. L.
Newton, of the Dmtiiot of Columbia, i
clerk in the Deal Letter Olflea ol th
Poatoftice Demutment, ws today re
moved. Mr. Newion hits breninths
service of the department Bince July
l, loot), and Das become locipacitatsd
from old age to perform clerical duty.
The PraittUeat Has the Rheumatism,
WAauinaiON, December 1. The
President has been cocfined to his
room for two or three days by a slight
bat ann'vina attack of rheuma'iam
and has lor this reason been obliged
to deny himself to all callers except
Cabinet olHcers. U is feeling some
what better today. The President has
suffered from rheumatism before, but
tuts lame a. ret attack tie baa had since
he has entered tha Whit House.
Ta Be KoookuIbhI He Loager.
Washington, December l. The
Secretary of the Interior has directed
that Frank A. Bidwell, of Mitchell
Dak., and Qeorge W. Yennom. o!
Jamestown. Dak., be no lomror recce
niaed aa attorneys or agents before the
interior Uapartment.or at any bureau
or cuice oonnecea tnerewitti.
(raloKlaal rvlee le Be OrKa
Wabiunuton, December 1. Lieut
TA.fth PavaII a! Ifrta Q;m1 QlAn
has been detailed to proceed to Omaha
to organize tha meteorological aervice
of the Wo Ion Pad So railroad, which is
to co -operate with the United States
Signal Service liuresn. About tbiity
stations will be established along the
line of this railroad. It Is stated the
Northern Paclflo and Canada Pac'tlc
Railioad Oempanies also contemplate
the establishment uf me'eoroVgieal
services, aud the Hignal 8, rvica Bureau
will aid the pn jocts to tha extent of
Itsebiiity, as these services are ex
pected to materially ass at the bureau
in weamer prognosticaUons. With
these elds, It Isb-heved that a cold
wave or any decided change in tern
perature can readily bo traced In Its
Wahiiinoton, December 1. Oom
missioner Atkins, of the Indian Otlloe,
has received from representative bus!
neesmen ot New York city a written
argument in favor of retaining the
Government Indian warehouse In that
TbePestofHoe Department has In-
lormauon ttiat 1 nomas Wilson, re
cently appointed postmaster at Cairo.
III., ia eed. The President today ap
pointed the following named post
master: W. D. F. Whltaill, Pleasant
run, mo., vice u. imavo, suspended;
N. W. Noall at Cisco, Texas, vice Da
vid ueaueia, euspenued.
('llMitlons of the Peit of m. U(Ii
St. Icis, Ma.. December 1. A re
view of the collections uf the first year
of the Surveyor of the Ht. L.uis put
snows a lerge increase la the votumi
of business transacted In the city dur
ing thnt time. The receip's of the
ciut'ias by the Surveyor are twelve
mouths, Iroin li. c nibr I, KR, to N
v lubor 30, 1886. and were $1 637.7 0
For tb n irvinus t selva months ibey
wrre $811,107. The ino-eme during
fio yeir in ID. o w.s 578 fV9, or more
man wu pt ant.
Mubmcrlbe lor lite "AppeoL,'1
51E5FJIS AU1) niSUVILLIT.
TUE NEC f-SHUT OF A CAILU0AD
BannlBg Through the Iron Regions
of Dec&Vnr, Perry and II ck-
man Cuuutles. .
The Nashville jlmmeanof yes'erday
contained the following special lttter
The reciebl'v and impo:tnce of a
railroad from this place to Na'hville,
throuzh the iron reeions of Decatur,
Perry and liickman, can tcarce y be.
conceived, much Uss described, ice
best iron ore in the Southern S ates, if
not In the whole United States, lies in
the counties on and near the Tennes
see and uumneriand rivers, iron
made out of this ore has been tested,
and it has been found to be of a very
superior quality. There is an ahund
dar.CB of this ore on the line of the
oontm!laed railroad in the counties
of Hickman, Perry and Decatur.
Here, Nashville which, if proper
steps be taken, is ti ba the great
ron city of the country must get
her iron. It is nearer to her than
any other iron, and is of a bet
ter quality. With cheap coal
obtained from the Cumberland
mountains and with a railroad
runnirg directly thiough the3e ore
fields, whatplece will have as many
advantages for manufacturing iron as
Nushville? Sua will have cheap pro
v s ors and in abu .d inc i aud a
healthy climate for operatives in
foundries and fac ories of every de
scription. When Nashville becomes a
g eatmanufa taring c ty railroads will
seek Nashville. Tney will corns fiora
every direction aa they are row coming
to Memphis, ibis road win lurnien
to every connty in Middle Tennessee
another and a shorter route to Mem
phis, tho great commercial metropolis
of the State. To show what manu
facturing will do Kt us look at the
facts. The capital invested in mann
factu'intr in Davidson county in 1879,
$4 110,43, the value of the manufac
tured products was 19,385,211. Toere
ought to be $20,000,000 capital in man
ufactures. This road will not stop
here, but be ex ecdod in a direct line
Into Texas a'.d thenca west to the Pa-
c fl '. This is no idle dream, bnt sober
reality. The only question ia when
will it be built and what capitalist
will build it. On this aide cf the Ten
nis ee river it passes through some of
the nios' productive counties. Decatur,
Henderson, juanison, mruemn,
Fayette and Shelby. In 1879
the counties produced as
follows: Decatur, 3109 bales of cot
ton; Henderson, 5516 bales; Madi
son, 19257 bales; Hrrdeman, 20,676
biles; fayette, au,Z2l Dales, and
Shelbv, 46,388 bales. The value of the
agricultural products in these coun
ties was: Decatur, $390,925: Hender
son, $1,043,923: Madison, $1,601,518;
Hardeman. 1.717.173: Fayette, VI,
619.628: Shelby. $3,253,422. The
County of Cneeter, of whieh Hender
son is the county seat, and through
hich the road by Bolivar would run,
was not count d when the above es
timates were made, and therefore not
included in them. It is true the value
of land in these counties is low, but
this is owing to the want of railroad
faciliiies and other causes which may
be removed. The road coming from
Kast Tennessee through the Cumber
land Mounta ns, or the road coming
from Scottiviile, Ky., should be ex
tended to Memphis. The Gould sys
tem will sxm be extended to Mem.
phis. A direct line will be built to
Birmingham, Ala, and also, I am
sst'slied, a direct line to Selma, Ala.,
through Aberdeen and Uoium
hus, Mi e., sad tbrough Eutaw,
QreeDsborough, and Marlon,
Ala. Tbis is to ba tbe great
railroad and commercial olty of the
Southwest, and it is of the flst impor
tance thht Nashville should have a
direct connection with It. It seems to
me that it is far more important for
Tennessee capital to be used in de
veloping Tennessee wealth and in
building Tennesree cities than to be
ushiI in enriching other Statee, espe
cially when it can be done with more
profit to the capi alists themselves
Ibere is no rivalry be'.wem Memphis
and Nashvi'le, aud should bi none.
The growth and prosperity of the one
will inure ti the bent fit of the other,
and, tn fact, of the whole State, not
only to the cities bnt the coun tits of
tbe State. Every citizen of the State,
but especially these of Middle and
West Tennessee, should take an inter
est in it, some t a greater and some
to a lees extent, in proportion to their
ability and to their location. The
road will either go by Jackson, or it
will go by Hnmerville, Bolivar and
Henderson. There is very little dif
ference between tbe two routes. Tbis
is a matter of great importance to
our pe pie.
Making Arrantaati for a Ha
St. Louis, Mo., December 1. Gen.
Lucius Falrchild. of Madison. Wis..
commander in chief of tbe Grand
Army of the Republic, arrived in this
ci y today to attend a meeting of the
Executive Committee of the Grand
Commandory of the United 8' ates, at
which arrangemen s for the National
Kocampment, t) be held in this city
next year, will bs perfected. The
members of the committee are B. D.
Wilson, of Chicago; Samuol Harper,
rf Pitta nirg; K. D. Austin, ot Toledo;
F. F. Welgel, of this citv, and J. L.
Wheat, at rtaclne, Wis., all of whom
are in attend-no at the meeting.
CHILLS and FEVERS
PAIN in the BACK & SIDES
KIDNEY AND LIVER
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS
Tm CcnuliK hu Tradt Mark aad crwW Km
Line on wrapper.
TKB NO OTHER.
MSKiTN'S 'S1S1KH1 141. SOL
i.kuk. ki.iK Hi.. W.ahlncton. D.
C. ProTii-a i Met onllj uretul business edu
eatlon. No lern.a nnr vaaattuaa. .-tudenn
entor at an? lim. lerma: Li', s "boUrihlp,
1 wit. weak.' Coarse, Hoard, etc, 76.
bend lor cir juiar.i ,
Centaur Liniment is the most wonderful hiin-Curer
the world has ever known.
Agent and Commission Merchant and Wholesale Dealer.
' IT.Tlnv i,urMi.rt ttia entire itnok of
aiming ot istovn, Kurnita'e, Q leenmrnre. Tinware and Household Furnishing tioods, we
will coll cheaner thun any other b, ue In the mty. Gite ul a oall.
I'.S. All kinds ot Now and Sroond-hand Stoves and MaoMnery for tale nheop.
We bur all kind of lUgs and all grades of Ootton, Iron, Bne, llidea, Furs, Metals and
Featbe'". Ilia-heat i'h Prices Paid and Prompt Returns Made on H goods consigned to
me. lOOO Soma Old Irua; sfauletf.) lUorrespondenoe -solicited, and i-rioe Lilt
sent on application.
400, 1 1 1 it nl 1 1 It Milly St. ami HI nealc St..HfeiinliKTcnii.
( - A.O -
DEALER IN WALL PAPER
Window Shades, Plctnre Rail Mouldings aud Mixed Paints.
HOUSE, SIGN AND FRESCO PAINTER.
yo. 885 HT.t OSI STREET MF.MPIF1S. TEXM
We M. BEOWI4
Liberal Advances on Consignments.
2C0 Front Street, : : Memphis, Tcnn,
JEitTMBBR YARD !
D i u v 1 ft y (I a r V,i i i 1 a u ula c t ' d I : o
YELLOW PINE AND OAK LUMBER
AID DKALKRH -
Doors, Suk, ' JHIaa, Dresaed Flooring, Olllntr, VeatherBoartUic,
(Jypreu Mlilngles), ltha, te.
arOmr Burillttet are unsurpassed b auy sawmill la the Sontk far HI I let orden mmto.
fisasm. (Mlia-. Bliiac, Ht.p Limk.r and Crpress bhiade specialty j aiao, I raaawa
Isaaaar f MU llaeanoai. Wo make th Wholesale BnslneeJ a loial leaiare. OiSHSB
solicited and promptly Iliad.
GEO. IlAYlIXsliEi:, AGENT,
Z7.'1S4 JefTenon Street
LIVERMORE PUUNDRY AND MACHINE CON PAH Y.
FOUNDRY & M1CIHNE DEP'T,
h y r rt
... M,u..f Jfel :;
t ..2. i'TTZi ?"..
IKON & RAILWAY SUPPLY
(SaoMssora in this lopartment to JOHN M ANOUDK.)
ar-Wrtte ns for tn formation on ANY THINU tn eitharllne.
Wjner.TliomiOM fi So
Cotton Factors, 7MesaIe Grocor
2fo. 80G Front afreet, t Memphis, Tear,
H. 0. PEABOB.
Cotton Factors & Commission Herch'ts,
No. 280 rRONTJSTREET' MEMPHIS. TENN.
Unttaa Wrlina)a-in MM msmI SM) ratoa Wtrt.
C:lton Factors, Uholosalo Grcccr
IT. 11 TTnlttn Dtrcet, t s HetapliltL Tenn.
E, fl APPERSOtl & CO.
3B4 fflONT STRTiTTT. WEMPHT3. TT.TTN1
J. A. BAILEY.
J, A, BAILEY & CO,,
33G .Second Ntrcet, Memphis.
r ium kKU nnMPLKrR stuck- or
Uatensds, l'uini-a. ltrirt Walls, Iroa,
Ui-nrv Peres. St Benle street' at a tow Snare, eon.
- Memphis, Tennesxt
160to 174 Adaraa St, Memphi
m ipi i(
DEPT. 22G and 228 Second St.
1JOHN L. MoCLKLLAH.
& Cotton Factors,
S. 1. WITT.
PI.tlWniR.S. OAS AND HTKAM F1TTURS
Lead and dtoue, Pii, Uaa i'lilures, Ulohos, Ktfl
Sots and Sh
12SX IVgAITNT ST.
OCR t TOCK OF BOOTS AND 6HOK9 FOR FALL AND WINTJR WEAR 18 MOA
eomple e than ever, comprising not ont tbe best and finest but also lull lines of ma
diom, durable and stylish goods, whioh we offer at low figures.
.TJ,' r-T-M.? THaDK we offer special Indorsements. Carrylnr nort of aw aooda ta"
SOLID BlZtS, we are prepared to fill orders lor special sites at SO KXTHA CObT. tba
enabling Merohanta to fill ia without being compelled to buy goods not Deeded.
A.I32Li33KL BRO. OO.
Agcatalfor Uie:ilbrittKl V. I,. lonsrlna Hrn'm Calf Sboois and'M:
aioya Nboss la all Mrltwj
aar-TT.T.TTSTrtATy.n CATATorK awn PRTPW T.THT M TLKTl FBTtli-SM
Horn. 316 and 858 Front Street MenopMa Tens.
WM. DEAN, Pres't. I JAMES REILLY,
DEAN-LILLY CQFfEE & SPICE Co
Coffee Roasters, Spice Grinders,
Importers and Wboleimle Dealers la
,pnone 205 Main Street, Lea Block, Memphis.
Wm slcan John t Illy. a. Unvlra. Jmn RH1t. say. If. D.an.
iLHiilUSW etTiSWAJtr, Haw Orlwuu.
ffO. SS6 ASiD S5S FKOWT
mum MOTHERS St COnPAEY
OOTTON FACTORS AND
i. b. ma & co.
Doors, Sash, Blinds, M oldiags,
Frames, Brackets, Scroll-Work, Hough and Dress3d
Lumber, hhlngles, Laths, Water Tasks.
All kinds ol Wood Work Executed at Short Notice.
Nob. 157 to 173 Washington street, Memphis. Tenn.
Ml ROPER & REILLY
Or ocers & Cotton Factors,
- He. 03 Stein Street, GaytMO Block.
peers Cotton Gin
Huliiig from Mulberry
V3 Insurance and Sacks free.
lThe Largest and only Complete Gin in the city.
S-Best Tield. Best Sample.
L. P. MULLINB, oi late J. H. ttodwin Co.
MULlLIRS h YONQE,
Cotton Factors Commission Merchants
No. 1 lToward's Kow, Cor. Front and Pn Ion, Memphis.
J. . ST, W. . HOMO. . W. AIlJsT.
Lata f X 8. Bay Sea; Lata of Meaohasa A Heriei. Late t BT Oiinift(S
' arrtra. 7
DAY, HORTON & BAILEY,
-WHOLES ALB 1
GROCERS AND COTTON FACTORS
280.381 Front Street Momnhls Tei
DILLAUD t COFFIN,
Cash Advances to merchants and Planters.
HILL, FOHTAIl & CO.
Cotton Factors and Yholesalo Groooro
HILL, FONTAINE 1 GO.
Cotton Factors, Commission GrchantOa
Ho. HO Elouth Umln Dt.. Dt. JbuJUu
JNO. S. T00P. R. L. MuOOWAH.
f oo Iciowan & Co.
Wholesale Grocers anil Cotton Factors
And Dealers in Levee anil Itallroad Supplies,
No. 374 Front Stteet-v Memphis. Tennessee
f. M. AOBflEl. Kealdeat fartaar.
Vioe - Pres't. I JOHN LILLY, Fes and Treas.
I B. (iWTffUa, Mrtt
I III IB U i2L UU
TKJEET, KEJafFSOS, '.
all kinds of Door and Window
to St. Martin Streets
JA8. YUNUJt, lata at 4. W. Caldwell A Ce
J. S.iMoTlOEK. W. 6.7ATTES0K.