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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL FRIO AY, DECEMBER
WISE, WOHEX, rXfltAYAGANCE
Cause the PovrcfH of a Trusted
Man, Who Systematically SUala
$100,000 Olher Crimes.
Chicago. III., Dc-mber 2. The
Inter Ocean tbia morning Buys: The
meat BonsHtiwal, as well as tbe
heaviest d-faeition that hps taken
p'ace in Ccio gi, probtbly du injr its
commerma. history, ha jtit-t been
brought to licbt. Miiu r T. Amrs, the
millionaire Cful mlnpr, is the victim,
and Thesdure S. Miz h's f oufidential
book keeprr and cusMtr, and pecretary
of tbe Cbicxo and M nennk Co il and
Coke ComDanv. at No. 142 Lssalls
Btreet.istlie peiparator of a robbery
that ia eutima ed at JiOO.OUU, and may
exceed thai, amount, from bi post
tlon as book ketpor, cashier, confi
dential clerk aad secretary of tbe coal
ompaDy, M n had absolute contrul
of the moor y of the company and the
private funds if Mr. Ames, Mteis
one of the beet known men in local
bu-.iness circle?, having a very ex
tensive acquaintance, and has also
been one of the most popular men of
his set. ' He 'was a member of the
Union Veteran Club and tbe Apollo
Club, being a eingar of much
ability. Mil) is handBome. stylish
talented, but in this case it is the old
tory wine, women and ruin. Hi
employer, Mr. Ame?, had known him
from infancy, bting an old friend of
tbe younif man's father.Edward Mize.
formerly of Akron, O., but now living
in mis city. - ineoaore nas been in
the employ of Mr. Ames since 1872.
Within a couple of years, from the
ti me he entered Mr. Ames's employ,
he began a system ,tic course of rob
bery, covericg up his dishonesty by
false entries npon tne Dooka anl by
other schemes. At first his stealings
were comparatively small, but he
soon began operations on a more ex
tensive ecale, ard cf late years, it ia
rumored, his ppnnnlations frequently
reached the stiff sum of $iy0 in a
single month. About a week ago Mr.
Ames discovered ti; at something was
wrong with tbe money accounts. A
brief investigation convinced him that
large snmi were hUBsirg. It is said
that he then taxed Miz3 with dis
honesty, and declared he would 6tv
gage experta to go over the books.
Mizaatonce weakened, broke down
and confessed tbat he was guilty and
had been robbiDg bis employer for
many years. He bagged for mercy
and promised lOotitution so far as it
lay within his power. Since then ail
his property which cculd be found,
including a line house on Ellis
avenue, have teen turned over to Mr
Ames. M'z-i could not be found lust
night, but is bolieved to be stopping
for tbe present with his father. Be
sides the extravagant manner in
which ho and his wife lived, it is as
serkd that Mizi at various times sup
ported turee a lurent women upon
wnom ne lavished money with a sen
erous hand. To a reporter last night.
Mr. Amis said : "I am in hopes tbat
tbe shortage will prove a great deal
less than yon have been informed. I
could not tell you exactly wbat the
amount will be if I wanted to, for
I don't know meelf. I am having
the acconnta examined, but it will be
several days yet before they are in
auch a condition that we can tell for
certain how they stand. Besides. Mr.
Mizs has mads a partial restitution by
turning hia property over to me. The
matter is very painful to me, and I re
gard the feelngs of Mr. Mize's family
as of moie accauutthan the loes of the
money. Hie father and I have been
cloee friend! for thirty years.'
The father aad mother of Mise were
Been at their residence. They admit
the truth of some of the charges, but
said the amount taken had been
grossly exeggtrated. They claimed
that Mr. Ames had promised to keep
v. .1 lU.i i r
went to tne twee regularly as if nolh
ing had happened. They add that he
nad overdrawn nig account, and then
when Mr. Ames returned froui Europe
Theodore confessed and turned over
hisjresidence, No. 385 Ellis avenue, to
nis employer, and tnis. tocettier with
wbat the parents gave, made a balance
in lavor or tne son. Mr. M'ze stood
at the ofllce door, looking gloomily
out, as a reporter entered. "I don't
rout, rtaios ai lnetaniiy aineu.
The Mflra-a boys were arrested for
fie i rime, an 1 eie cjmaiiited to jail
A Cullrcior Kuibissle.
St. Lccib, Mo, December 2. Gi-
rrd Far ar, co.lict .r f jr the firm of
Eans Brjs, w'oloale tobacco deal
e n, was sree'ed la3t riiht on a cbarie
of embezzVment. A member f th
firm ftutts that the arroan ro'U cttd
and net accounted for by Farrar they
already k.ew ti reach $151)0, and the
examination of hid bjeks haJ Dot yet
i!0C" ttllOTS STORY o
THE OUTCOME OF A TIVLD WtU-IXaTIOX.
Mr. Mticu'u First Wif j a Woman Fog
seeing a Firm at,d Unim
A (IKICLAR COXTAINISQ'
Of Thrir Principle and lit Ohecls
of tbn Hoveanoat to lot ut
a Labor Party.
Pittsburg, Pa., December 2. A
circular bi-a jest been iai-ued bv the
Naional Commiitee of the United
Labor Organ!zitions containing
declaration of their piinciples and ob
jects of tbe industrial movement to
f rm a nationhl union labor party. At
tbe convention to be held at Cincin
nati on February 22, 1887, the follow
ing representatives have been ap
pointed to represent the various or
ganizitions: Taomas A. Armstrong,
Pennsylvania; B. H. Heath, Illinois;
George L. Jones. Wieconsin: J. T.
Colo, Kansas; Ferdinand Sierger.New
York; John F. Potter, Michigan;
Isaac Freeman, Ohio ; 8. I DoukI&sb,
Indiana; J. C. Ureenleaf, New Hainp-
snire; J. 61 Jaidiey, west Virginia;
John K. Winston, Worth Carolina; A,
M. west, Mississippi U. K Canning
The circular or pamphlet ret forth
tbat tbe representatives renounce all
o'.her politic a! parties to the end that
legitimate labor may be emancipated
and tbe government restored to tbe
people. Tbe plan of oruauiza'.ion con
templated tbe appointing of an organ
trior eaun State and ierri'ory in
the Union ; the 8 ate organizer to ap-
point a district orgauizer for each Cou
gressional dMrict in his State, and the
district organizer to appoint local or-
ganizen. The basis of representation
gives to each Congrissional district
one representative for each of the fol
lowing orders of organization in tuch
aietricts: K.niKbts of L bor. Trades
Unions, Greenback Labtf Party, Far
mers Alliance, Grangers and Patrons
of Husbandry, Anti-monopoly Leagues.
reopies I'arty.i'armfra' and Laborers
Co-operative Union, J gricultural
Wheels, soldiers' O'ganizations and
all other organ zations which indorse
end subscribe t? the new dec'aration
iron Vina Kales i.airt Down or a
Naw York, December 2. The em
ployes of the Philadelphia and Read
ing, the Jersey Central, with the dif
ferent dinaioiiB of the system are
grta'ly excited over circular notices
which nave been sent to them indi
vidually. There is widespreal disaf
fection among the men in couse
quence, as the notices are regarded as
arbitrary ana oppressive. The cir
cutaiB state mat an quarterly passes
are to be returned at once as none of
them are good after November 30th.
18S; second, that no employe will be
allowed to ride free after November
30th ; third, that no employe will here
iter be allowed to Jive at a distance
irom nis place or worK except bv sue-
ciat permission irom tne head of his
department or a division superintend
ent; fourth, when such special per
mission is given, a season special
ticket, covering the necessary daily
travel of each employe may be ob
tained under regulations is
sued by tbe general papgm
gr and ticket agents; fifth.
the special rate will be one-half that
of the regular season ticket eocid
only between the places of residence
and work; eixtu, in case an employe
leaves bis place of work, his ticket
muBt be returned to tbe office and will
be redeemed. The order applies to
every man in the-employ of ttie road,
including clerks, engines, conduct
ors, trainmen. 'all kinds of mechanics.
even to laborers. The orders are con
sidered a great hardship by the men,
many of whom are poorly paid and
live, in suburban villages along tbo
roaus. liiey cannot auord
Providence, R. I., D..ceml:er 2.
"Doc" Levi Wilson ws fei-natthe
ouica of bis counsel, J. West, this
moinmg. He appeared pale and bpg-
ttard, as ilicu; i lie t ad passi-d a sleep
less night. The i-xrteouuit cf tbe
past few bnurs set ms ti have angeled
him greatly end be was nervous and
apparently worn out. He said tbat
now the secret wai out he 'tit better
than he had eime be was 17 yt a-s of
''If, said he, the Wilsons (meaning
tbe people with whom he Lad lived
dnriug his boyhood days), stand b
ms now, I shall win my casj an
tdnmph over Moen."
He sdd his alleged mother lived in
East Thorps m, Conn , and his tiro
sisters, Mrs. Downs and Mrs. Young
in uirmiugLan and Ansonia. Uonn.
Wilson stated tbat the story aa pub
lished is true and that Mcen a state
ment is false in nearly every particu
"Moen." Wilson tald. "knows that
I am his son. He is an admitted per
jurer. He said he would continue his
care in the courts to the conclusion,
wbifb, be felt confident, would be in
Wilson was advised by hispbvaic'an
to go to his home, take some Quieting
potion and devote the rest of the day
ibe secret of the case remains aa
much of a mystery as ever. The dates
and a 1 the evidence collec ed today
contradict the sensational story tele
graphed from Providence last night
thai Doc Wilton is the son of Piiilip
Moen. Wilron, by Lis own slatement.
and the statements of his friends, cm
not be more than 31 or 32 yearj old.
Moen was first mamelia 1840. f orty
ears ago, and his first wifo died be-
ore W ilson wes born. These dates
alone contradict bis story completely.
jjiieiong rt-Biuerus oi Worcester say
it is impossible that Moen could bear
any such re a' ion to Wilson. The flrft
Sirs. Aloen was a lady of very lovely
cnaracier. one was a nrm and no-
rigbt woman, and neither she nor her
family would have countenanced anv
Euch proceedings as are alleged.
Moen a father was a New York iron
merchant, residing in Brooklyn when
Phillip L, Moen rame to Worcester.
An old tuum ot Wi s n a in this c tv
ssys there is no truth in the (story and
mat Yvuson is no more Moeu s sou
than he is.
Mies Azant Sampson, an aged nurse,
Bays she went to live in Iobabod
Waehburn's family when E izi Wash
burn, Mien's, first wife was only 12
years oiu. ene Das nursed in and dean
intimate with both families from that
tme to this. She his nursed both of
Mr. Moeu's wives at the- birth of all
his chi'dren, and had known him in
nma'eiy since ne wasi'l years oi age.
He was a just and upright man and a
most taittitui and loving husband and
father. Moen and his counsel both
dony wholly and in detail and in tbe
most positive and coinplets manner
KlliM Bora Eleven Honlbs After
ii, noen'n Uvaln.
Worcester. Ma's.. December 2
Tho records of the town of Oxford.
mass., enow tnat tevi Wilson was
born there on December 1st, 1853,
eleven months after Mis. Moen died.
3, 18S0. O
5 J M ,K HN NAN MA H NH
W. A QAGB Sl CO
No. 800 Front IS tr t Sfeiapliis, Ten&
GRAIN, PRODUCE, HIDES, FURS, Eto.
LIBERAL ADVANCES OX CONSIGNMENTS.
5 ! 1
recta in the city. These who obtain
wish to say anytime now." he said. 8Ptc!al ?B.I'" ,aD.0Ut 1U t0 15-P8r
"until I have a talk with Mr. Ames "iin aauea to tueir expenses. U is
There are. es vou know, alwavs two claimed that the orders are unuannl,
sides to every story, and this is no ex- an? luat E- op n the country
ception to the rule."
"Is there any basis for the etitenient
that you embfzz ed 100,000?"
"As I sa!d before, I prefer to await
my interview with Mr. Ames bef ne I
say anything. Tha matter was ar
ranged with him satisfactorily and our
relations hRve eontinuod unditturbed,
ana win unui i ana tnat he is respon-
A II nil A neat Uooe Wrong;.
Dktroit, Mich., December 2. A
special to tho Evening Journal, from
vimuu xvapidB, says: A. 11. at WOOU,
mail agent on the Grand Rjpids and
Indiana road, between here and Cin
cinnati, was at rested at the postoffice
in this city this morning by Inspectors
-d asset, i ana ividder. .uiwood is
charged with systematica. It robbing
letters, and seventy-five marked
bills were found in his possession.
He confes es everything And acknowl
edges that the peculations amount to
$2000. Elwood's home is at Silver
Creek, led., where he has a wife and
three children. Ha was appointed
four years ago, is 60 years old, a vet
eran soldier and in poor health. He
says be was led to steal by financial
straits and for fear of leaving his fami-
lr..nl?Prov,ded for. The examination
win be held today.
A Hecro Harderer Lyncbed.
Abkansas City. Am ' December 2
Early yesterday morning a party of
masked men surrounded the jail at
Monticello, the county seat of Drew
county, and demanded from the ja ler
the surrender of Buck Hunter, col
ored, wno was cnarged will aesaalc
with intent to kill two respected citi-
aens oi tnat county, tlndn g that re
sistance would be worse tha a useless,
me lauer surrendered tne key to the
cell in which the man was confined,
and tbe mob seized Hunter, placed a
rope around bis ne6k and led him out
into the suburbs of town and strung
uun np to a limb. To make sure of
the work they then emptied their
Shotguns into the suspended body,
Qutoklyuul AomplMely I'nrm l)yMfi
Ha fomu, llrurtbiirat llHrbiu, T
Ml. te. It nnoha and pnrifiaa tbe 1,1
Arkansas City, Ark., December 2.
iniormation reached here this morn
ing of a cowardly aosaogination which
occurred near Kd Fork, near here, a
n7 UI tnu B(r,. 1eB jjnarles and Hud
Malpase, and Bud Bolton, Esquire
Kama and otheis, while intoxicated
in a saloon at Bed Fork, quarreled
about the weight of some cotton. The
Melpasa crowd left the aaloon first,
and were soon followed by Mr. Ruins
and one Watkins. They had not pro
ceeded far when they were fired upon
Irom an ambush at tbe aide of tbe
enforces similar rules. The imiigna-
tiou amoni; tne men is verv strnnp
and trouble ia feared. The engineers.
it is said, have determined to
call upou their order of Locomotive
Engineers to aid them. The otber em
ployes of the roads are Knights of
Labor, and are said to Lave called a
meeting of their local aemblv in Jer-
eey City. to discuss the situation. The
requirement for all employes to live
n!ar their work is deemed aa invasion
of their rinhta, and arbitrary and un
just. The employes gpneially refused
to talk about the circulars with out
siders. They discussed the matter
among themselv", and have agreed to
abide by the action of their organizations.
THE AMERICAN OPERA.
Tbe Can of the Heeeat Troable
St, Louis. Mo.. December 2. Tbe
trouble in the American Opera Com
pany a few days ago which resulted in
the temporary retirement of Mme.
Fur?ch-Madi, as now stated, originated
with Signorde Vivo, the prima donna's
"personal agent." The Sienor was on
tbe stage during the rehearsal, when
8tage Manager Hock requested him to
withdraw. This angered Mme. Fursch-
Madi more than the table incident.
and ebe buret into tears. She could
not proceed then with tha rehearsal
and left tbe stage, but offered to re
turn. Tbe orchestra and chorus, how
ever, bad been dismissed and the re
hearsal was postponed, and Miss Pier-
son was substituted in her place. Mr.
Thomas telegraphed while on his way
to New York that if Mme. Fursh-Madi
would diceharge Signor da Vivo she
would be allowed to asume her former
position in the company. The Madame
then telegraphed Mrs. ThurbpT at New
York tbat she was willing to sing at
any time without conditions, and
would leave for New York on Friday
morning. I a tbe meantime it was ar
ranged here that Madi should bui
'Aida" toniaht. and Mrs. Thtu-hnr tel.
egraphed to her tbat as she (Fursch-
MaJi) wonld sine tonight Hia hnarJ
would not meet. 80 the matter rests,
and it is understood tbat Farscb-Madi
considers the affair settled. Henry
Verle, the Madame's hnsband. will nr.
rive from New York louiorrow, and it
is understood will hereafter travel
with his wife, and thus brircr them
selves in harmony with the rules of
the National Opera Company in re
gard to singers employing special
agents. Thus perhaps ends tbe tem
pest in a teapot, and tbe waters of the
opera. company are flowing smoothly
again. ox'JS'i'SJSauasS; o'olook p.m.
Klght Enrlbqnako Shock.
Charleston. S. C. December 2
There were eight Blight shocks . of
earthquake at Sutnmerville last night
aim tins morning. . 'mere was a
severe shock at Columbia at 8 o'clcck
this morning and two s'.ight disturb
ances in Charleston, one about 1
o'clock and one at 8. The one in
Charleston marie more noise than
shocks. No damages are reported in
I'lrea or November.
Naw York, December 2. The New
York Daily Commercial Bulletin of I)e-
cemoer 1st, esliaiatea tbe November
fire loeo in ih United States nnd
Canada at $10,000,000, which is an in
creasaof one-third upon the Novem
ber av-rage si"ce the B.stoi fi'e of
1872. There were 1H0 fires, whose re
ported los" ws 110,000,000 and over.
The lerge flies of from $100,000 ud to
$900 (100 numbered nin;teen and caus
ed a lass in the aggregate of $4,P00:00.
Miss Outwit M. Kbatino, pianist.
may b fo-md et tbn C4nyopo Hotel
a dfinfrorons m well m dint rtMwiiifr complaint. If
nefflBOtAfi, it tnln, by irapnirinji nutrition, and da-
tuvHHinff iiiA tone of tlw jt4im, U prepare Uw way
or Iiupid Dttdine.
"ft'iiiiiiiiili',.iii. ; --"':---;-i-innliiiiriiliiiiii J
aw a riAMjm-Mnju Arv.TAatav:
fers, Sash, Blinds, Moldino, Lnnt?,
frth and Shingles, Fleering, Celling and Ceiar a"W3."
tJUi-L-1 -111.1 11 1 1 1111 iiiiimnil
FADER, FRANK & CO.
1 Futelflteulfi Grocer
gl Front Sirppt, ppowliftnoin lloiiwe.
MANUFACTURERS OF FIRST-CLASS
Steam Engines, Boiler and Tank Hoi k, Cottou (Urn, Coital.
Treves, oid Pulleys, Miuflin- Agriculture!
nnd rimittitiou Work,
AND DBALKHS IS
Corn cvncl JScitt
- T mntpmeec
SLEDHI MOof Coweha. f, H, 50KFI.EET, ffe!if rartaer.
UCo. t9 aad 3S8 Front Street Merajhl, Teas.
oets and Slioes
SGI IMEja-IIV f3T.
"VUR 6TOCK OP BOOTS AND fill OKU FOR FALL AND WINTER WKaR 18 MORI
dium, durabls and ttrlUb iood,
TO TIIK TKA I
oui.iu bi.km, we in rren
Bkbllni Mrohaot to ill in witkoat beinf oumpolluJ
onil' thB gr, enmprliini nol only tha but and llneiit but olao lull 11dm of ma.
woloh wo odor at low Dgurea.
mma m m-uBu ....
"" wo oiror noeiai innuoomonti. Uarrrlno i
uaroil to 111 ordorf lor moial !.. at NO
Uarrrtnc moat ot onr cond la
ixoiai iiton at u CAIKA VUol, Ilia
to ouy goodH not noeaoj.
Aaata.(or tae:'lebra1 W. I,. Initlita M Mra'i iilf Mium aul tU.
J nnvwm in MIR Kl ,
aorlT.TiTTHTH TKf (1ATA f.O'M'K KSU PH!OK I.tMT MtT.fn VltKV
IiUEIBEK TAKD !
BiinkleT Car Warts Mann
llrLaklcy, Ark., M nnanactnrora !
YELLOW PINE AND OAK LUMBEJS,
-ARB OKAI.KIM IS
Doara, Saak, Bliaaa, Dreaiittd FhnTi Ollim, WcathrBoar(laA
fjjprfiaa HhlugleH, ltha, UUs.
arOar f)tllU ara aniuroMiod b aar tawnlll la tho Soath far lliti.ordoniiroauKK
bar and Crproji Bnlaxla, a noialtyi aiao. WnmtrM
olaaalo Builaati a laaotaj tnUmrt. Oronal
. uauiaa. nuiat, aup bankarand tproi
11 aiawaiiuBi. no loata tao wno
ollflltod aad Kompilj Iliad.
f all 1
Pw!114 Jelferton Street MemPhin. Tetmeaaar
A, t. r AK4AB4I.
a. HI. . a. PAKXIK.
a ik vocaxai
ITbolesale Grocers & Cotton Fsctorst
ss yront street, llempbla, Ten a.
Oittoa tauicaaa U u will bit aar aarorat attantlea. Wa oarry at all !! a
falootad Itook of
Stiplt L Fancy Groceries, Winst, Llquorsjobstti & Clgm,
w, " t.iw aa tttm fw. i
P. S. ALSTON.
II. H. HAVBT.
ALSTON, M&UBT & CO.
And CommlKslon Merchants-Hay, Corn. Oatji, Bran, Chop Feed, 011-Meal,
Lime, Cement, I'iiiHter, JlaiMlntr and Fire llrlt k. Ete.
Cor. Front and Union,! Howard's How, Memphis.
WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS,
Hwn. 3TS AND FROWT STREET. MEKPITm
(NU'ENSHH TO H. I.. I.KK), JOItHEKH OF
gar s and Tobacco
875 Ittwiw Wlreei.OO- -irt Nqmir.'lWoiiiplilMciin.
SUGGS & PETTIT
itita. and aids
WHITER, ttie Honored
rpu In afl
ia aatUmiiation oi I uod.
1 pnator of 1
1, fed., nan:
' UaTinjr uaed Brown's ro Ititten fur lr(ipaia
and IrtdifBHtinn I taka fraat plnaaura in nxxxn
jnendiiic it hihly. Aim onnaider It a ptauajd toaio
ftuu lDTiconu'ir, ana wrrj m rviicuieiiiiiit
Hon. J06. PB (J. 8uit, Judire of CironH Omrt.
monr to the amcacv of
Jjy,Mpei, xk! aa a tonic,
iruwn'i Irun iiiUara fur
DanuiiiH hiia above Trade afark and ernmnd red line
on wnupfr i nHfl am Olrlf'r. Mtuie onlv tij
DliOHM CilCUlCALiU., IfaLUMDKI-C Ml
Jill. D. S. JOHNSON'S
No. 17 Jefferson Street,
Botwaoa Main and Front.) MKMPDIS.
IKHfthllnhed in 1W0.I
"I VR.JOHNHUN ia acknowledged br all par-X-f
tie, intoreffted aa br far the moit tao
esaifnl phyaioian in the troatmentof prlvaU
or aeorot diaeaaoa. Quiok, permanent ooroa
aoaranteed in every oaae, male or female.
Keeont eaoea of Uonorrno and Syphilii
eared in a few dara without tha aae of mer
ourf , ehanf 0 - of diat or bindrano. from
baainom. beooDjary Syrhilia, the last Tea
tire eradicated witboittho oae of memory.
InTolonaary loaa of Miutn atopped in ahort a
time, tiuflorer. from iiopotenoy or loaa o
aeiual powera reatore to free ritor in a few
weeka. Vli-timl of (el(-nbnie and einoaaiTr
renery, auDering from apermatorrhea n.
loaaoi pbyaioal and mental nower, aiwedilj
and permanently cured. Particular at ten
tion paid to the DiKeaaef of Women, and
ourea guaranteed. JPilea and old aorea cured
without the aie of caujtie or the knit. Ai
eonauitatlona atrlotly oontdential. Medi
cinal aent by eipreia to all part of the
awn orklngmen enred at half tha aia
ratea. Offioe hoara irom So clock a.m. to
GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS
And Commission Merchants,
gOO and 202 Front Hi., Meniphjg. Tenn.
J0UN E. BArLE CO., FKOFITS,
B8 Seeond St Memphis, Tcn'v
FOUNDERS & MACHINISTS,
MANDFACTURSRS AND DKALBRS IN
i.nilnea, Itollers, Nawuilllft,
llradford Corn and Wheat Kill
ottou Prew, Cotton Qlnn.
1 HbnflJnjc, I'ollejs t U ,
MPECIAL HOTIOR-We-are prepared to 111 order,
on ahori aotioa, for tbe celebrated Motlart Pateal
Wfongbi.iio. Palter. Wa carry In atook oyer
Two Hundred Aaaorted riiaet,
MrHend for Catalogue and Prlea-liit.'
J. T. LiPRADK,
J.T. LaPrada i Ca.
LaU with J. T. LaPrada Oo
AND COJItflHaiO Tii-flfiTl ItCII ANTa,
No. 304 Front street, Memphis,' Tenn.;'
VHaTing retired from tha SaJJlary and Haraeaa boalnena and opened aa office aa above,
we are pleaaed to announce to our fri.nda and the publio generally that wa are bow prepared
to aerTe them in our naw caoacity. Heturnlna thanka for tbe very liberal Datronaae.I
tend.d at is the old line, we truat to merit. and reoelTe a ahare of yonr larora in tbe new.
K4l tl -: -'1 tiM JIHXaEI . Xsm liAfHAUtt, UOUbAXU It VV.
WM. OBAN, Pr.a't. I JAMEH H HILLY, Vice rroa't. I JOHN LILLY, Heo'y and Treat.
DEAN-LILLY COFFEE &SPICE CD.
Coffee Boasters, Spice Grinders,
Intporlcra aad Wholeaala Denier. Iu
Teas, OoTooj3,JSTDioe r
205 Main Street, Lee Block, Memphis.
John I lllr.
Jna Itelllr. ';' W. If. trt-
AJI1XKXW VnnfABT, Saw Urlaxana. AJlUKiJW D. QWYBXt, Btrw-fC-
mx saa and iss ritonr ottbekt, mmrma, tk$ .
STEVAET BiiOTEEIiS & WWm
00TTON FACTORS AND (EMISSION IF.OTAKXB,
ll.'MI.IIJ ,i .l-.ililm.JLJHJlMLXIllLlll-JiaaWaw aaaaaMaHBnaaaEZ''
LIVERMORE j-UUWDRY AND MACHINE COMPANY.
FOUNDRY & MACUINK I)KlMT,lGOto 171 Adams SUMemph-
ajs?"- tim&m .......
. Bxiialra. .Hw
IKON & RAILWAY UPPLY DEPT. -'LJ and 3'JM wonil St.
(Bucceaaora in thla Icpartment to JOI'V MAN0QUJC.)
r"Write o fnr infnrmatlon on ANY TH I Nit In cltbnr I ln
iiill. i uit) i nnvL
Cotton Factors and Wholesale Srcccro
IeYnt Ot., Hemphla, Terns.
Cotton Factors, Commission Ecrchant
ZTo. HO Pnth ITaln St.. HU JtwLg,
. COOVEB & CO.
Doors, Mania, llllndx, Moldlas;, all klndH ofJoor and W indow
Fraiuea, llracketa, NoroIl-IVork, Itouxli and Ormed
Lumber, NlilngleH, LalliN, ll'nler TankH,
All kind of Wood Work xe'iitMl at Nhort Notice.
Nos. 157 to 173 Washington gtrcot, Momplits. TTcnn.
JNO. a. T00F.
OOf, IcfiOTO i Co.
7MesaIe Grocers and Cotton Factors
And Dealer In Levee and ICallroad Supplies,
No. 3741 Front Street MemphAa, Tennftnaea.