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RrEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL SATU II DAY, DECEMBER 4, 1SS6.
THE COHMISMOSEK OF JUVIGi-
TIOX KLIJUKMF.I) TO BESIG V.
liemt Greel to 1 ok Cliarge or
(Signal lEli Snoset Cox's
Wabhintow, December 3. The Sec
retary ct V sr. by tte direction, ol tbe
iJpnt. ordered Leut. W,
Greely to tbke c) are ol the Signal
office dnrinir the lea p wiry abPTjce
cf Gen. Hetn, th" c'iiel rignalcfflcc-
Th Inndrr tll Will Be Bead
,. . Monday.
WAmixoTos. Drctmbet 3. Eeprr
entatie Ruuiiail sftd tha (ti rnoon
that h thrnoVit thfl snndrV Civil ap-
'nrnmlation hi l wou'd be ready for
Bubmiaiioa to the lull committee on
afnnrlav. and tha i when it W88 it COU
be reported to th-j Home tw o or three
Tbe Bell Tclrpboaa Case,
WAsarKOToH, December 3. An
avenin dibit says that Solicitor
General Jeiiks. z Solicitor Goode,
nd the Hun. Jeff Chandler, of conn
Bel for the government, left Washing
ton laat eyenlnsr for Columbus, 0., ts
confer with ex Senator Tharman, aleo
one of the government counsel, as to
thetiext legal step to bs taken with
regard to the Ball Telephone case. It
aDDeara that the counsel are divided
on the 4 ueatiort whether to appeal the
ease to tne united mates supreme
Court or commence a new action 1
the courts of Massachusetts. The
conference of counsel will determine
. the next steps to be taken.
Jaryl. Patten Requested to Beala-n
Washington, December 3. It is
understood that Jarvis Fatten, Com
miminnnr of Naviffa'ion. has been re-
oueeted to re-ien. Tbe Becetary of
the Navv today irsaed an order di
recting that on January 1st next all
stores and suppHes and the record) of
all property and plants at navy yards
andf stations belonging to the Navy
Department, with the exception of
" vessels and Btorea and supplies earning
nnder the cogiizance of the Bureau of
Medicine and Surgery, and of the Ma
rine Corps, be transferred to the u
rean of Provig oi s and Clothing.
An officer of the pay corps is to be
designated as gpneral store keepor at
each yard and e'ation to teke charge
ol tbe stores. The rtmi employes and
laborers connected with tbe accounts
and care of stores and supplies will be
traneierred to tee etnee ot tne general
Eton keeper. On board veenels all
equipments, on fi'.s and tupplieB are
to be trjm femd to the pay officers.
The order is intended to carry out
Secretary Whitney's idea concerning
tbe concentration in one bureau of the
responsibility for stores and supplies,
as far as possible UDder existing laws.
Hr. Mnakaenj ln on the Fieal
Washikqton. December 3.r-Mun
kacsy, the aitis', called at the White
Houec this morning and paid his re
spects to tbe President. He was a&
companied bv Secretary Whitnev and
Mrs. Renterekj ld, w.fe of the Swedish
Minister. The party then visited tbe
Treasury Department, and were shown
all the objects cf irtortst. Secretary
Whitney enterlained Mr. Munkacsy
at a dinner mis evening.
Sonant Cos' Salary.
Wabhinqton, December . 8. Firi
Comptroller Durham has written
letter to the lion. S. S. Cox, in reply
to a letter trom teat gentleman asking
mm to aecicie wcat date be can com'
mence drawing salary as a member of
Congress, to which office he was
elected in November last to fill the on
expired term nf Mr. Pulitzer, and also
to decide whetutr be is entit:ed to
draw that portion of the salary bs a
Bepresentativewhirh had accrued prior
to Uclober 28th, when his resignation
as Minister to Turkey was accepted,
ana to wnicn time be bad drawn sal'
, ary as such. Judge Durham, in his
letter, 6ays: Up to October 29th you
were entitled to end were drawing but
one salary ; irom tnat date until you
were elected to Congress you had no
oince, ana consequently coma draw
no salary. Ucdor section 51, of tbe
Kevicsed btatutes, relating to the pay
oi t-cngresemen eiec'ed to fill vacan
cies, you Ere entitled to draw your
salary as a member of Concrete from
thetime the fa'ary of yoor predece;sor
ceased, which wi s some time previous
to tne time to wnicn yon were paid
your salary as Minister. While you are
entitled to draw salary a? member ol
Congress for a por ion of the time
durirjg which you sldo drew a ealury
as Minister to Turkey, you were not
holding two cfliees at the same time
and drawing pay for both, which
would teem to be prohibited bvsec-
tion 785, Revised Stututes, but you are
eiitiueu to uraw sucu taiary as mem
ber of Conaresi bv reason of the man
ner of fixing the time when the ealary
oi a memoer e;ect, as you have been,
to fill a vacancy, .hall rnmmnnrn.
Congrefs, in its discretion, may fix the
time when an' officer shall commence
drawing his salary, provided bis ored
eceBsor has ceased to draw tbe same;
and as so provided ia section 51, you
will be entitled, afler you have been
Bworn into office, to drBW your salary
as member, from the time, when your
jreuectHHior ueaeea U) araw Ills salary,
Washihgton, December 3. The
f resident has appointed the following
named postmasters: Henry Panui
man at Winthrop, Me,, vice E. Wood,
Buepended ; E. Moore at Trenton, N.
J., vice 0. H. Skirm, suspended ; F.
F. Cole at Albion, icb., vice Martin
Haven, suspended; Elwafd Smith at
Carrolton, 111., vice James Lynn, sus-
PREPARE FOB FLOODS,
Foundations, cellar walla and build
ings subject to overflow should be con
structed with Louisville Cement. It la
' A Bammotb Cattle Ranch.
St, Louis, Mo., December 3. There
was consummated today at the Plant
ers Bouse the sale of a tract of land
in Mexico 160 miles long and six
miles wide. John D. Miles, of Law
rence, Ka&, formerly Indian agent for
the Oheyennes and Arapahoes, was
the purchaser for a syndicate, the com
position of which he would not di
rulge. The Bio Bravo Land and Cat
tle Company 8re the sellers. The
purchasers are five residents of this
city and three of El Paso, Tex. They
acquired a ninety-nine years lease to
the tract, which extends from point
R!tywmi.le8 il0m Pmo del Norte, on
the Mexican side of the Rio Grande,
and extending down the river parallel
With its course for 160 miles. The
Cce paid was something over $500,
. It is piopcsed to eetablish a
monster caltie ranch on the tract.
rotherincham Hall.rixed at 20,.
8t. Lopis, Mo, December 3. The
amount of bail ,in the case of the Ad-
ama Etpe msss-nner, F.itliering
hrm, wts fixfd in the Criminal Conrt
today. Ex-Gov. JohnFn, attorn-y for
the mS'TJger, s'ated he would make
ppliciiun ilia ibe hail of bis ilieut
bu fixd at J5i 0, s the evidehte
ajsaiust him was eo mi aner and fr ra
su'-h ucw r hy pouroes. Judgfi N.r
ma'le ttated that bad noniei'ntof
know:ng the nH u e of the evii'ent',
exc -pt ly refi-irirg o V e mioutes of
the pra. a jury. ihU he would refute
to do, and thn amount s'olen was
$JO,i 00, he th nht S .0,000 bull wou'd
not be exctsMve. lJa tt ei.fore fixed
the b.iil 1 1 that amcui.t. The messen
ger con Id nrt f r;iisn that amount and
was remanded to j til.
"DCC" WILSON'S hISfF.
She Baju That Ievl la Her Brother,
Wobcsstkb, Mais, December 3.
Mrj. Gorge M. Rice, of Uxhridgn,
ral'ed with her hatband at the Gatetlt
office today. Mis. Rice is the eldest
daughter of Jonas Wilton and a sitter
of .Levi Wilpon. and lssomesf-ventean
years older than he is. Mrs. R ce has
been vsetered bv reporters, but has
refused to ta'k, not caring to be mixed
up in any way with the Moen matter
and fearing misrepresentation. All the
sensational reports of her statement
are without foundation. She now
comes forward of her own accord after
reflection to tell what she knows about
"D V Wilson's parentage. Her story
IB direct and to tne point, and com
pletely contradicts the s'ory of Wileoa
mat ne is tne son oi romp i moen.
She was at home in North Oxford
when Levi was born, and she had
watched him grow up as an infant and
through childhood. He was the son
of her own parents without any ques
tion, ho was named alter ner uncle,
Levi Fessenden. Her father died at
Quaddick, Conn., and she was with
him all through his illness. Levi was
also living at home. There never was
any deathbed confession by her father
as stated by Levi. She knew of Lsvi's
suddenly becoming rich, but be never
explained it to ber. She had received
Kilts from him, but only in a brother
ly way. She never received anytting
lor Keeping any secret. ne thougnt
.Levi must be out ot Lis mind.
CHARGED mm EMBK1CERT.
The Tamping With M-Qaade' Jnry.
New Yobk, December 3. The ar
rest of tbe al'eged jury tamperers yes
terday csnted the courtrooms where
tbe proceedings in the trial of Ex-Al
derman McQiade are going on to be
crowded with a large audience this
morning. It was understood that
Falkenberg, who attempted to ap
proach raiesmau uray, wou'd be ar
raigned (before Recorder Smyth today
on tne cnarge oi moracery, which is
the legal term for tampering with a
juryman. Shortly efter the R-corder
took his soat, an officer arra:gned be
lore him an noders zed man, wearing
a b'ack mustache and Loir. He toid
the court that his name was Herman
Falkenberg, and Lawyer Hummell
stood op and raid that he represented
the prisoner. Mr. Hummell eaid his
client wps a tailor by trade and 31
years old. He read a written reply to
tbe cnarge irem bis client, it de
clared the accused to he innocent of
any intention to commit any ofh-nce,
and stated that hn merely mentioned
the case of MiQ iade to Mr, Gray,
"And," Mr. Hnminell went on, "I was
about to add, that Mr. Gray intro
trodaced the subject himse f " Faik-
enDerg waived examination, and was
held in S1000 for trial. He was al
lowed to remain in the courtroom
until bail could be procured. He was
bailed later in the day. McQiade's
trjal was then resumed. Three mys
terious prisoners were cepi in a cor
ner carefully guarded. M or ri It Leip-
ger, a den.er in tailors' trimmings,
was ra'KonDercs Domsman. Ha
qialified to the amount ot $25,000 in
A Dcierier CanKht In III Own Trap
Chicago. III.. December 3. Wm.
Knapp deterted from the First United
Sia'es Cavalry durinir tbe war. whtls
on duty at New Orleans. He eluded
airest, arid tome years ego settk-d with
his family at Urovetowu. Ind. It re
cently occurred to him that he could
obtain back pay, ard wrote to Wash
ington asking for information in re
gard to obtaiuirg it, at the same time
deuiucg the circumstances of his de
sertion. He was informed that he
could get no back pay nntil the taint
of desertion wi s removed. He ec
cord ng'y came 1 1 Chicago to surrend
er himself, believing that he would be
released without much trouble, owing
to the lentil r f time wbiuh hase'.ansfd
since his desertion. He walked into
the civalry re cruitira office vestrdav
and informed the officnr in charge of
the Circumstances. He was at once
placed tindi-r arrest and taUon to the
county j -ill by a sergeant and two pri-1
vatwu and locked up, where he awaits
the action of the War Department
A MONT LIBEBAL OFFEK I
Thb Voltaic Belt Co.. Marshall.
P.icn., oner to send their Celebrated
Voltaic Bklts and Electric Annli-
ances on thirty days' trial to anv man
aim cted with di
Vitality, Manhood, etc. Illustrated
ervous Debility, Loss of
my, maiuiooo, etc. illustrated
iihlet in sealed envelope with full
particulars, mailed free. Write them
Protesting- Aa-alnit the AnarchlNt
Chicago, December 3. The matinr
of the protest Rgainst the anarchist
verdict by the Turners of this city as
announced Dy tne uisinct committee,
was mrtner considered at a meeting at
Verwaerts Tomer Hall, on the West
Hide, last night. A heated discussion
over the question took place, the
union being about half buainses men
and half laborers. The socialistic ele
ment proved the strongest, and nnder
the lead of District Master John Clov.
who, while a member of Verwaerts
union, is in charge of tbe district,
comprising seventeen ledges, final I v
succeeded in carrying a motion to rro-
tecst agHium tne j augment ny 7U to
only 4 negatives. Mr. HeDry Wenter,
a member of the Board of Education,
opposed the nrotest. savins if
it would ruin the Turner society.
After its passage he resigned as Presi
dent, After being presented in
writing Lis' resignation was accented.
The meeting adjourned amid consid
erable feeling. The proposition of the
District Committee is trenerallv pnn.
sidered as lost by the vote of the
North and South Side societies Wed
SlB RoBEBT CHRlSTIOOir. nhvnfolan 4n
Her Mttiosty. the Queen of Enolmrl
speaking of the Coca plant, Bays:
the properties of this wondnrfnl
plant are the most remarkable of any
known to the medical world.
reprmcu p-fBouai ina s i am con
vinced that its use is h eblv beneflMul
and tonic." To build up a broken
down eyetem, nse the Lieblg Oo.'s
uoca ueet ionic, indorsed and re
commended by the foremost physi
cians of Europe and America. Over
wrought and feeble nerves are quieted,
digestion is promoted, and new tone
and vigor in all the organs, of tbe
body follows its use. . tH!!L!J
CKIiES m CASUALTIES.
nni) MVS HE IS JIM
Asasi-lnalea a Policeman An Ar
kausiw Murder A Xau Ueutea
CntCAao, III., D'cembcr 3 A
epi c al to the Timn from Pais u s,
Kas.S'ys: A s runner regittcred at
the C nuopoiis Hotel last evoning as
"Jim Cumaiit'gs," and Boon went to
sopper. When be camo out he put on
the iaudlo'd's hat r.nj depaneil. Po
liceman K zir was put on bis track
and a i retted him near tue depot.
Thty had wa ked out a shot t distance
when the man pullel ewa from tho
po'iceman, and, stepping fca-k a tow
paces, fired. The policeman dropped,
fatally wounded, ard tbe atsaqsin
made his escape down the tracks,
stampeding a crowd who attempted to
stop h no by flourishing a revolver.
Tbe policeman is dying.
Ditboit, December 3 The DMroit
ripe foundry company's works, on
Michigan avenna, near the railroad
crossing, were butned to the ground
early this morning, together with
thousands of dollars worth of ma
chinery and patterns. The fire was
the moat destructive that has occurred
in Detroit since the Ferry corflagra-
lion last January. The loss is esti
mated at $100,000: insured for $20,000.
divided into ten policies of $2000 each,
.. ..I .
neio oy tne iouowipg companies:
80S Balea of I'ntlon Darned.
Nkw York, December 3. Fire
broke out this morning on the lighter
John, which was receiving a cargo of
cottoa Irom the Charleston lice di ck
in East liver. Tbe John had 95
bales of cotton ou board, which were
destroyed, xne loss is estimated at
A Vlelona Flrnd Keats a nan to
Chbrrvfikld, Mb., December 3.
John Dorr, of Dabtnis, was killed in
the town of B:lding'oa yesterday
a'ternoon by Jamrs McLaughlin, of
Alexander. The mn were working
together, lof ging, when seme trouble
arofe between tbera in connection
with tneir work, and McLaughlin as
saulted uoxi and gave mm a beating,
which caused Dorr to leave his work
and s'art. for home. After he had
been gone a few minutes, McLaughlin
followed and beat him to death on the
road. The murderer then fled and
hai not yet been arrested. Dorr was
a single roan and ws 21 years of age.
Received Anotuer Letter.
St. Louis, Mo., December 3. The
Qlobe Democrat eaja this morning that
it hat rectived a letter from JimCun-
minvs, the Adams Eipresj robber,
which states that he is tired of being
coased aronnd tee country by detect
ives, and promises to return $25,000 of
tne sum ctoien u they will let bun go
Burned to Drain.
Pittsburg, Pa., December 3 A
Tyrone, Pa., epecial says: This morn
ing at 2 o'clock a house at Pennsyl
vania Furnace, occupied by a family
named Powely, was discovered to be
on fire aud before any assistance could
ne rendered was nearly consumed.
Two of the inmates, John Birr and a
child of Powely, were bunted to death.
Two Black llllana Harder a White
AuonsTA, Ark, December 3 J.
J5V rd, drug and grocery merchant at
Grays, Ara,., wtB murdered las night I
l . T . 1 '! ' 11' !
uy iwo uegriiei', josnimmom ana Jim
Simmons, alias James Smith. Thev
entered Byrd'a store about 8 o'clock,
bought tome oysters and got Bvrd to
write a letter. While he was direct
ing the letter ennof them struck him
on the head with a railroad coupling
pin. Their objent was undoubtedly
robbery, bat they were frightened
away oy somo one who was passing.
iiyru ttieu mis niorninir. his mur
derers have not been captured.
Centaur Liniment is tho most wonderful Vin-Curer
tho world lias ever known.
EDWARD MOON & CO,
GRAIN, PRODUCE, HIDES, FURS, Etc.
LIBERAL ADVANCES ON CONSIGNMENTS.
HQS. H and 10 FrVIOlV STRKKT. ... Hf FIHI'IIIW. TEHJN,
W aaaiMin i.nm.1 in- -i. iMiLiniKi-iirnanir"" W
AW AB ruanaBxnjL. MATaVTAJna.
Sash, Blinds, Holding, Lio:
jam ana sningiM, rioonng, teiiUtg uA CeUr fctti
FADER, FRANK & CO.
Cotton FscwsloU Gnn
201 Front Blreei. OppowHe flnMom Ifoniie.
A. VACC ARO Co
7nOLESALE LIQOOn DEALEQS,
If, lit AND 880 FRONT STREET. MEHPTCT.
(MtTCCiEHNOKN TO S. 1.. I.Kh). JOBBKKN OF
Cigars and Tobacco
275 Main M rU OtH flonrt Wnnr. rrfoMiplilw.Tenii.
At thin auaaon nwsrly emy one dmcIi to dm unmti
ortnftonio. IKON Bntm Into lmnst every ptij
lioian'i itrMoripuoB far Uuxm 1k neud baildinc up
r t J I U s t 3 V.B.TV1U.IT.
; VmJr xi It a
air 'ii tctiu
mm mm a. w
ft 4 e ti mm u "- -
Capital, $200,000. Surplus, $25,003,
jBSojaTd of Dlraotorai.
tr n dtui
M f . DI..D,
a. i . uic
aKMIHriiD. - 0. B. BRVa.
ari Bryury tka MM mt twimin.
mm kItm eial Attantt i im ft I' itrrlrm.
J. W . It 1,11
ITGGS 6b EEPITT
for Vrnkne-, Im"Niiarfr,
l'nrVfVV. Olf .. It If AM Nil J- f
lh only Inm medic I n that In not
It I'.nrlrReM th If I nod. In vitro
Mr in, llofttorea Apniit. Aid liftMtlon
I art it a.
It does not blacken oriniarathe teeth. auaelMad-
ftolw or pradaoa oanatipatioa vtkr iron mmiwints do
PR. (1. H. BmKLET, a eaaiog phyao.afi of ttpnuc-
ia, Ohio. nay: .
bruwa'a Inm Bftteni n a tharonrhy frvnt menl
eina. 1 aw it in my praetioa, and tiud it action ax
ditlon of tha ayntaaa, Brown'i Iron Bittara la tuaalljr
ft puaitive Daoewutir. It It all that ia cLaunad fur It,1
Do. W. N. watHU. 1919 Thirty-awotid Htreet,
Oafityetown, D. aaya: " Bmwn'a Inm JHittera la
the Imio ot tha ao. Nnihinn better. It oremtaa
ppaUU, firas atnuta aaa imprana aifaauocu"
Oennlnl haa mbrm Trade Mark and croaaed red Mnafl
ou wrapper, 'raite bo oiowr. aiane otuy Dy
GROCERS, (JOTTON FACTORS
And Commission merchants,
2GO and 202 Front Ni., Jfremnliln. Tenn.
1). S. JOHNSONS
No. 17 Jefferson Street,
(BttWMn Mftln nod Front.) MEMPHIS.
IBMahlitbcd In IKttU.I
D R.JOHNSON is aoknowl.dKed by all par
ti.a lntor.atd an by far th moat auo
eeaafnl phyaioiao In tbotrcatmantof printi
oraeoret aiaooaea. Uulok, prmannt oarei
raaranu.a in ertry owe, mala or to mala.
Recent eaae. of (ionorrnea and HTnhlili
onred In a few dayi without th na of mr
onry, ohani of diet or hindrano from
buiineaa. basondary Brt hllia, the laat Tea
tig .radioated wlthoittn na of meroury.
Inrolanaary Ion of amn itoppad in ahort
tim. tiafiarera from impotnoy or loat oi
aeiual powera raator to fraeyliior Lp a few
weeka. Vletima of aalf-abna and eioeaalr
Tenery, anfierinf rom aparmatorrbaa ad
loaaor pbyatoal and mental rmwer, aiiMdily
and permanently cured. Partloolar attan
tion paid to th Dlasaaai of Women, and
etjree f oarantead. Pilaa and old aore. oarad
wltnout tn aa ot oanetio or tha knu. Ar
eonaalutiona alriotly ooufidantlal. Medi-
oliia aant by axpraaa to all parti of tha
son n try.
rataa. OfBoa hoare troio 8 o clock a.m. to
W. A. GAG3S & CO.
If. COO Front Street, t JXesaphla, Team
J0II5 E. BAKDLE A COPBOFR'S,
98 Seoond St.. MemphltyTeiiT
FOUNDERS & MACHINISTS,
i JdANUFACTURIRH AND DKALIBfl IN
liDKlnen, Boiler, MawmlllA,
Bradford Corn and Wheat Kill
Cotton Pre, Cotton. Qlnn.
ShaninK, Pnlleyn, lite. - -
BPECIAI. BOTIOK-W anpraparad to til ordart
on abort notioe, for th. oal.uratad Matlaurt lati
y . .JY wroainnrav rnuay. .w. aarry ! atact .yar
' ZZZWWh MT Band for OaUlora. and Prl-tlat
Porklniman enrad at half th. nan
J. T. LaPRADK.
LaU.I.LaPrad. k Oo.
Uta with J. X. UPrad. k 0
J . 2V, R.D. Circuit Court of Shelby oo
ty, Tannaaaea hanaaaCity, Mamphla and
Birmingham Railroad Company ra. Mary
Ann Boyd at al.
It ani carina from th petition, which la
aworn to In tbia caaro, tnat ine defendant,
Mariaret Melroa Rutherford, ia a non-rea-tiient
of tha 8t-tta of Tenni-aire:
It ia therefor ordered, That ah make
bar appearance Herein, at tbe oourtbouaa. in
In the citynf Memphia, Tenn., on or before
tha aeconn Monday in Keo.mcer oeit, ikw),
and plead, anawer or demur to plaintitT'i
petition of condemnation, or tha lam will
be taken fur aonfeaed a to her and aet tor
bearin. x parte; and that a copy ofthia
order be publiahad onoa a week, for lour
aucceaaire weika, ia th Memphia Appeal,
A copy .ttoHti
DANIEL S0HL"BS. Clerk.
I!y J. x- inmnnaon, ut-i uiy i. lerl
ewman Krb. tha
I COTTON FACTORS
AND -COMMIS45IOT? JTWEItCHANat:.
Jio.;atut;Front ;8treota ; Mempms, Tcnn.
ilarini retire! from the Saddlery and Uaraaaa bnalnaaa and opened an olllea a. abon.
wa are pleaded to announce to our Irianda and tha pub io .anarally that waare now nreuared
t aerra than moor new oapaoity. ruturnln. thanka for tha Tory liberal patron ue ai
tenai ut in tn. oia line, w. tratt to
merit. and raoalre a ah are of your tarorain tba new.
LaPRADK, MoURAIli A 00.
. i ttm 'ilnayjM iiKrt i iir ri'li ia -Jan i itiaaii .r
.r l.r : 7- .'i
Agent and Commission Merchant and Wriofesale Dealer.
Z.tl.7. i Si ... " i',.,nVi """A" area, w iieaie .tree' at a l w lirure, eon
1.. 11 V ii'.n...rr, Ainwnre hi.ii Iti-ut-tllo
..11 it.. - ...k-iL, iT'.V V.T r. -'"" ' """-a k ". wa
iii if, ti 1 i- ' V"; 11H--HJ. uieu n nit,
VA ",f Ln- "10' r,"," "nd-hni St.)vi and Jlacbnie y f.r le
W b.y all kinda of lien an I nil aradaa af Cotton. Iroi., )l -ne, llula.
.7." 1 r.i aaa i'roinii ue'.urna Aiiide
rr, Metala ana
Old Iron.' MaulHI.' lUorreanocdiin'co nicii..l .i , i ;..
aant on, ai .llcatlon
400,411 ami -Ma Miellay a.nil SI Howie M.. npinililM,Tnn.
SUU)aiSBJOSU,f Com,Hlu. f, H. R0RFLEET, Beddcut rrtir.
Koa. and m Front Street Memphia
Boots and Shoes
OUR FT"CK OF BOOTS AND B1IOK3 FOR FALL AND WINTER WEAR 13 MORI
ample', than ever, eomprlaina; aot only the beat and finest but alao lull llnee of di
da, whloh w. odor at low figure.
ina, aurania and aiyiia. oo
TO Til K TRADE wa
BUL.11) H17.KH. wear nreni
anablini Uarahanta ta til It
. oner ateeiai lnuucinenta. tJurrylra i
aran to 111 ordera lor anacial atina at 0
n wlthaat boini oompellod to buy vooda not needed.
moat nf onr rooda la
n.viitA vgt-i. tna
A.JDXj'EmIE. 333ar8.0- fib CO.
Acenla.for UM'lbrnMl W. I,, tloiiarln. :l Mf-n'a Calf HUm antl 93!
Uoya' NIkmhi lu nil atfltw.!
BrinHe? Car Works ? Mannfact,E Co
llrlnkley. Vrkn RrnnafkctBrera of '
YELLOW PINE AND OAK LUltBEU,
AMD DBALKRS IS-
DreMd Floorlntr, Cellln;.
ii"r viviwru iimi iiittf vntlMfa
CjprM ShlnKleft, jLalhti, Kte.
aarOar BmUIUm ar. anauryaaa.d by any aawmlll la th. South for Clime; ordera mauaVli
Uatllaa, Pldlaa, ntep Umran4 jUypraa. bhlacln. a apaolaltri ala. Fraue.
f all alawaaioai. We mak. tha Wholeaala Uuilnaaa a apaoial r.atttra, ItiaaJ
olieltad aad pronplly 1114.
QIBO. I3AYMII4Tj1CII, agent,
EFe. '134 JefTerion Street Memphis. Tmieta
WM. DEAN, Pre.'t. I JAMBS RBILLT, Vloa-IWt. I JOHN LILLY, Hoo'y anj 1
DEAN-LILLT CDFPHE & SPICE
Coffee Boasters. Spice Grinders.
Imunrtor and Wholnanlo Itvalrra In
205 Main Street, Leo Block, Memphis.
I RECTO UN J
Jolinllllv. m. tlavln, Inmr. KIIIt.
AXStSXW B1KWA.BT, Hw OrlaWJU. AHDRBtT D. aWTSSJii U
T. Mil iC
Wholesale Grocers, Cot. Facte .
XO.SS4 XSU tun WONT KXBEET, KKXSPStU,TSa
STEWART BJIOTIEHS & COIffM ;
COTTON riCTORS AND C01IISSI0N EXECHUTJ,
RF,W ORMrrV, I.OMSIAHl A.'
aaainiilin il limn in u i i nana n um it i'wr'mwmiLAiMiiruacmmmrnxmJI )
DILLAED & COFFI,
C'iwh AdraueeH to Merchant and Ilanter.
Ill, F OFlTfllH
E & O0i
Cotton Factors and VholocrJc grocers
QILL, FONTAM k 60.
otton Factors. Commission Ulsrchsirit
Ho. 11G Ooth XIalia Fit., fit, Taniw
. COOVEB & 00.
M A WTIff A PTIIW TIRR n '
DooiNaHh,nilndii.llIoldlaii,aII UliuU of Door audriudow
Frame's Dracketai, BcrolNIVork. Itouith and lircmwed
Ln tn Iter, Nlilnffle, T.atln, Walcr Tankfi,
All klad of Wood Work Executed at Short Xotke.
bs. 157 to 173 Washington street Memphis. Tcnn.
jso. s. loor.
K. L. MaOOWAN.
J. B. Mc'IIQBB.
W. Q. PATTKS0H.
,D & Co.
7holesale Grocers aul Cotton Factors
rra4iul iwirai in l.wvji:imil qtallromlnppHwia,';
No.! S74 Front Street -