MEMPHIS. TENN., SUNDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1880.
VOL. XL VI NO. 234
TOE BROOKLYN BRIDGE
Wbtt' Makeg ;' h Leap Safely for a
Wag-cr . f Tweatj-flre
ssft--r;' Dollars. .
Krir ToKK. December 4. Anoitaer
Fonrth Ward wan today Achieved
fame- by leaping from the Brooklyn
brides into taa E a- river. The affair
was kept seetet and the fac e did sot
leak ont nntil iate this aiterccoD.
Michael J. Uses, laborer, waa in a
saloon on Thnrcday night with a party
r of friends. Tbe party bad been drink-
lna Heavily and tbe onoge jumping
feats 1 Brodie, Donovan and other
oaste p in the convetaition. One of
the crowd offered to bet 25
that . Beat., would not da-a to
make the 'leap. Hew took op
the bet at once. On Friday, when he
waa aober, Hhm waa reminded of his
bet. Arrangements were at once
made to carry it out This morning
at 6:30 Hess mounted a track and
started oyer the bridge front the New
York side. As the truck passed tbe
New York tower about 9 a mi Hess
Iumped off, mounted the ' rail and
umped off. His body stiffened 'wit
and shot down, striking' the
water' with a splash, which threw
the water ten fort in (he air.' In
a few seconds Hess rose to the
surface and was picked up by a friend
who, waa waiting in a boat He . was
conscious. He was rowed ashore, car
ried to a saloon and stimulants poured
down his throat. He revived from
the shock, and said tbat in the period
between leaving tbe bridge and strik
ing the water he was not conscious.
Hess left the saloon and walked
through tbe streets in his wet clothes,
drinking whisky, nntil he reached
home.. He is doing welL
Drowned Wbile S)kattBg.
Whits Hall, N. Y., December 4.
Oliver Allen, son of Lighthouse
Keeper Allen, at Dresden, on Lake
Ghamp'ain, s x miles north of here,
went skating tbia attsrnooo. and while
pushing a cutter occupied by two
eniidren, agea a ana o years respect
ively, attempted to cross the lake at a
place called Maple Bend. The ice
gave way, and all three were drowned.
Tbe Udr kD Attempted Salclde.
Boston, Mais., December 4. The
lady who attempted to commit suicide
at the Urand union Hotel, jnbw
York yesterday is undoubtedly the
wife of Wb, E. SkillinifP, who
resides at Bethel, Me. She came
to Boston with her husband . on
Monday laet and tben disappeared
and no trace oi ner whereabouts was
discovered until dispatches annonnc-
ins her attempt at suicide were pub
lished this morning. . Mrs. Bkillings is
addicted to th chloral habit Her
husband . .and brother have gone to
MSmm Concluded. ,
BunBWToK, Vtj December 4 Ths
evidence in the Ssxcon-Mason etss
was cenclnded today. The only testi
mony of interest was that- ( , Mason.
Ha made a general denial of Miss
Saxton'a charges. Witness could not
remember tbe snbetanee of ths letters
which, passed between him and Miss
Saxton. .Arguments will be heard on
Yferee Dwelling Hovmi Demolisbed.
. Wilxbsbibbb, Pa December 4.
A "cave In" t. ok place at tae fair
mount colliery, at Corkland, near
Pitteton, today, which caused great ex
citement. Three dwelling houses
went down with the crash, and were
completely demolished, tbe intna'ee
hardly escaping with tneir lives. The
"cave in" covers sn area of one and a
half acres, the surface having settled
some fifteen feet. The causa of the
accident is attributed to the robbing
of pillars in the mine underneath.
A Dsperae Prlae riant.
: BirrsBOBG, Pa., December 4 A
desperate prist fight between Thos.
Gillespie and David Jtffries, heavy
weight iron workers, took place in the
rear of Liggett' Sieelmill, Allegheny
City, this afternoon. ght rounds
were fought, .with ths advantage in
favor of Jeffries, when his opponent
dealt him two powerful blows in the
face, knocking him senseless. The
fight was then given to Gillaepie.
. . Killed Wnlle Play lna Card.
. Hartfobd, Conn., December 4.
HesekiHh Case, aged 40 years, a
Bloomfleld . farmer, bad a dispute
over a game of, carJs last even
ing with Thomas' and John Mon
roe, . laborers, employed by him.
John Menroe says that Cass drew a
pistol and shot Thomas in the face,
killing -Mm instantly. Oasa disap
peared. The murdered man was 34
years of age. , ,. .
.. - esa.UOO Blaae.
' PrrreBVAfl, Pa., December 4. A fire
on the West Side tonight totally de
stroyed' the spring ana axle depart
ment of'Binger, Nimicks A do. 'sex
tensive steel works. Tbe buildingde
Btroyed was brick struoture, 103 feet
square,' and contained a large! lot Of
valuable machinery. The loss was
$50,00$ which is fully covered by in
surance. ' Work will be resumed in all
-other departments of the mill On
Monday as usual, ' Ths origin of the
ffireis 'unknown. -' ' ; -; '
evaace Sacs tor 41tl040 Dataaaaa.
: CLVMLAjro, O., Daceuaber 4. Pat-'
oriek &ravti the man who waa arrest-1
ed forth murdar of old Mrs. Whxl
ler ontsomiiaint of her husband, en
tered a. bvvaoit for damages in ths
dommen Pldaa Court teday. The 1
wneuera were mn ere, ana Mrs. Wnel
Jer to estimated to be worth S200XKX).
fine wat murdered, and her husband
aid Graves was the murderer. The
i Jadge discharged Graves and held
W he I ler for tbe crime Graves asks
for fl26,0W damages. Wbelier is also
rich, and is now under bonds of $20,-
UUtf to answer tbe charge ol man
alaogfater. He is 81 years old.
r ' Daring; Bnrflain.
CLavtxAND, O , December 4, At
Wsverlr, Pike county, this morning,
bn. glare blew opan tbe safe in- H.
Jr.mee Emmet's bank. Afterwards ths
burglars met a detail of Cbillicotbe
police about two miles out from Wa
verly and a sanguinary conflict oc
curred there, in which three of tbe
officers were injured, snd it is thought
two of tbe burglars hadly hurt Ths
preprietor of the stable thought that
aomething was la the wind and noti
fied the police and four officers follow
ed 'the men. Tbe robbers cap
tured then ght watchman at Waverly,
bound and gagged him snd took him
into tbe bank. In h a presence they
blew open tbe safe and took several
stum 1 '
I tbonsiind dollars enl departed. They
they wjre met by Office's R gaey,
H H, Wiloth and Brnokmnyer, of
Chill cothe. Upon B'eirg the police
the robbers began firing. Riigcey fell
nnenncinus at the fi st fire, a ball
striking him in the bsck of the bead,
s'unoing bim, but not materfally in
buring him. Brook meyer received a
ball through bis arm. Wiloth was
shot in the shoulder snd through both
ankles. The robbers then drove away
A Demented .Drummer.
' CHiCAao, 111., December 4. A spe
cial to the Tine from Omaha, Ntb ,
say: A traveling jewelry taleman
named L Kantrowits, employed by a
Denver house, arrived in Omaha a
day or two ago in a demented condi
tion. Today he was arrested by a de
tective, who turned him over to H. J.
Wells, Commander of the Knights of
Pythias, of Colorado. Mr. Weill had
been sent here to look for Kantrowits,
whose condition had been reported in
Denver. Kantrowits had in his pos
session $10,000 worth ol diamonds,
which he left in a 10 cent restaurant,
where tbe box detaining them was
found undisturbed several hour j after
wards. Be Dropped from the Clnelnsati
. ( , i Drift.
Cimcivrati, O., December 4. As
two newspaper reporters were crossing
the suspension bridge on their way to
Covington at midnight tonight they
saw a man hanging over the railing.
He waited nntil a towboat had passed
under the bridge, and when the re
Sorters were within ten feet of him
e leaped into the icy river, eighty
feet below. The tow boat stopped
and the crew endeavored to rescue
him, but he had disappeared. He
had come from tr. a Kentucky end of
the bridge and was unknown.
The Haahvllle and Memphis Spring
Meetings Will Bat Conflict.
Messrs. O. H. Gillock, secretary,
and George W. White, director of the
West Bide Park, of Nashville, arrived
here yesterday, and spent the day in
consultation with Cel. Montgomery,
president of the Memphis Jockey
Ulnb. The latter gentleman ftund
the Nashville representatives more
than willing to arrive at
harmonious understanding with refer
ence to conflicting dates for a spring
meeting, and it did not take them
long to settle ths matter satisfactorily
to all concerned. The arrangement
agreed on with Messrs. Gillock &
White is that the spring meeting of
the Memphis Jockey Club shall begin
April 25th snd end April 30th, and
that the opening day at Nashville
shall be Monday, May 2d, the mretirg
to continue sx days at each i lace.
Mesers.G 1 ock AWhits mingled freely
with our duiens and made a good
impression upon all who had tbe
privilege of meeting them. They are
courteous, pleasant mannered and fin
ished gentlemen, and a credit to the
city whose representatives they were
on the occasion spoken oi They ex
pressed themselves surprised at the
Srowth of Memphis and the many evi
onms cf prosperity that confronted
them, and predicted great things for
her ia ths future. 4
ON . 'CHANGE.
MiMfHis middling cotton advanced
Thi markets are rather bullish at
Cotton sales yesterday, 2900 bales;
receipts, ai Dales.
Thi Inmac-Harper party will arriva
here on tomorrow alternoon, and will
be the guests of the Merchants Ex
Thb market la about bare of the best
butchers' cattle, and with lisht sup
ply of other grades. The supply of
bogs is light, but there is a full sup
ply oi sneep.
Thb option trading in wheat at New
York yesterday wa simply phenom
enal, over 29,1X10,000 of bostiels chang
ing hands, making a total of over 62,.
000,000 bushels for two days, some
thing that has never before been
known in tbe history of tbe grain
trade. It was claimed by brokers on
the ft '.or that tbe speculative interest
Is stesdily turning from Chicago, while
others claimed tbat it is ctused by the
solution i t iraung in puts and calls
by the UhlcagO' .Hoard ot Irade.
Thi circular just is:ued by the Man
hattan Sav ngs Bank and Trust Com,
pany, sneaking of local securities-
says: "There continues to be a per
sistent uemana tor nnaouDtea invest
ment bonds and stocks, and, as a con
sequence, prices continue in favor of
sellers. Speculative-securities, nnder
the influence of some successful ven
tures byjleading capitalists in Southern
industries, as wtll as sympathy with
the advance in specialties in the New
Xork market, have scored, heavv ad.
vancea. As compared with prices
wnica ruiea rour weecs ago, American
Oil Trusts have advanced 14c; Cotton
Press, 14c : Memphis and Charleston,
18c; Louisville and Nashville, 6c;
Mississippi and Tennessee, 3c; Taxing
District, 3c. Cotton Press stock has,
in fact, sold up to .1300131 th pres
ent qnoiauoni Devng a reaction irom a
rather too rapid advance. We deem
this etock a good iu vestment, and
won d not be surprised to aee it sell
May'a) Emporium, ,
The busiest of all busy placet. La
dies desiring fancy work and em
broidery for the holidays are re
quested to leave their orders as early
as poesioie, as we are now very busy,
and are makinc many novelties suit
able for Christmas presents. We are
receiving another new assortment of
all. kinds of embroidery matorial, and
have the only complete line of sephyr
and knitting wools to be found in ths
city. Our line of plush, felt, Turkish
sateen, India silk, srasine, chenille,
knitting snd embroidery silks is com
plete. We have received a new line
of silk fringes, ornaments, cords and
trimmings, and have everything of tbe
.best for fine embroidery and art
needlework. We open tomorrow an
s'egant assortment of hand made to
boggans, hoods, fascinators and under
vests at reasonable prices; new designs
foretampinj on any material. Call at
May's, tbe place for everything.
Th. Greenville Fire.
HimviMf. Miiul. TWAmha A
Ona hnndred and navpntv-t.wn haloa
of cotton, add a box car of the Louis-
villp. Nnr Orlaanaanrl Tnu Railwa4
were burned here yesterday. The'
nre waa tns worx oi an incendiary.
Fob fine jewelry go to Johnston A
Wood, No. 413 .Main street
THE MIOVS Oil ML.
THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE
Of Senator Cullom and Congressman
Reagan Harmonised Without
' UrtCUL TO TBS AFFtlL.)
Washington, December 4. As
these dispatches have already indicat
ed, the woik of harmonising the
Interstate commercs bills of Senator
Cullom and Representative Reatanhss
not been as difficult as was feared.
Today the Conference Committee was
in session nntil 4 o'clock and at the
closing Senator Harris told your cor
respondent that - all differences hsd
been settled aod the committee had
agreed upon a bill which would be re
ported early next week. Senator Blair
was seen today in regard to bis educa
tional bill. He thought it very doubt
ful whether it would be passed this
session, although he is ot tbe opinion
that it could be passed if brought to
Representative Glass arrived here
today. Neither he nor any of the
Tennessee delegates have brought
bills of any particular interest for In
traduction this aes-ion, having been
deterred somewhat by the fact tbat
tbe term is so shore for tbe considera
tion of the regular appropriation bills,
which they think will absorb most of
the attention of Congress.
Of Interest ( Tenneaaaans.
larSOIAL TO TSS APrBAL.1
Washington. December 4. The fol
lowing pensions were allowed today
to people in Tennetsee: Caroline,
mother of O. J. Bell, Clarksville;
Unman, motner oi Samuel Htrooka
bury, Loyo Uross Koads; Catherine
motner oi james tiowara, n.ast orx
Sarah, mother of Thomas Blevina
Rath ton; minors of Robert L. Mitch
ell, Le Valley : John F. Dugger, Eik
Mills; Jarats F. Fancber,Tuckaleechee
Uove; John Heneley, Lovelace; N. a.
Long. White Hot a: Jake Jnnee,
Byrdstown, and Charles Divis, Horse
Pensions were increased to the fol
lowing: Andrew J. Shupe, Garbei's
Mills; Charles McOlure, Uornerviile
L. L. Hockaday, Litle Die; William
G. Chandler, Clear Branch ; Green B,
Ledford, Jonesboro ; William N. Col
Pensions were reissued to the fol
lowing: Vincent Myers, Head of Bar
rent William Ford, Jt nox vale.
Commissions have been issued to
Postmasters B. F. Bown, at Abner,
and T. F. Davis, at Lee's Springs,
A new poetoffice has been estab
lished at Lakewood, Shelby county,
Tenn., with Robert N. J.Wilson as
A Leoalnr Bill riled la the United
IsrSOlAL TO TBS APrBAIi.l
N ash villb, Tbnn., December 4. A
lengtbv bill waa filed to-day in the
United States Uircuit uourt here by
Ed Baxter and Brack' A Thornton
for A. M. Shook, J. O. Warner and J.
H. Inman, against Tsrr, Megibben A
Thomas and others of Kentucky.
Tbe following order was iceutd
to the clerk of the United
States Circuit Court for the
District of Kentucky at Louisville.
Upon the bill in this case being filed
in your oince you will issue ai order
restraining defendants Tarr, Mesib-
ben A Thomas, and each of
them from transferring or assi
or delivering to their co-defendants.
or to any of them, any of tbe capital
stock oi said nentucxy union Hallway
Comoanv or of said Central Lumber.
Mining, Manufacturing and Transpor
tation Company, and restraining
each and all of the defendants from
making any other or further
transfer, assignment or delive y of
said stocks until a motion for an in
junction piayed for in said bill can
be heard. And you will nntif
all of the defendants and el
of the complainants in aid bill
that on the 20th day of
Decembar, 1886, at Covington, Ky.,
tbe motion lor earn injunction iii
be beard bv me. (Mined. Howell K,
Jackson, Circuit Judge. The bill prays
for damages for breach of contract
providing tbe etock cannot be turned
over to complainants.
A Negro Man M ordered ft now.
ISrlOIAL TO THB ArrSAL.I .
Toulon, Tcnn., December 4. News
is received bere tbat John luxon. col
ored.who lived between this place
and Kipley, was shot and killed on
Open lake, sixteen miles distant, by a
usnerman. nixon was wen known
in this section, where he was raised
.Particulars are meager.
A four inch snow fell last night,
with prospect ol more this morning,
Circuit Canrt Adjanrned-A I
naarkable tJnae akoai n Caw.
tarsoiAi, to tbs ArrsAL.I
Nbwbkrn, Tbnn., December 4. Cir
cuit Court adjourned Thursday, alter
a three week a session. Several very
important cases tv ere tried.- Among
them we may mention teat ot Miss
Barlow vs. Railroad for injuries re
ceived by railroad employee blowing
whistles and tearing ner norse as she
was croesing the track. The jury gave
judgment against the road for $2u00
A suitover the ownership of a 915
cow, in wbicn tbere nad been
one mistrial, was decided after several
days' consideration by the jury. There
were some fifty witnesses and the tes
timony very conflicting. The coat
of the suit will be some $o00.
Ths first snow of the season fell last
niorht It is still falline- this morn.
ing. tt is about four inches deep at
uog Killing and moving is toe oraer
of the day now.
DE FUKIAK BfKUeS. FLA.
Tate Fereetrr Cona-r.aa TmvaUia;
Ispboiai. to tss affbal.I
Da "Funiajc Springs, Fla Decem
ber 4. The Southern States Forestry
Congress will assemble here on Feb
ruary 17th. Besides the usual practi
cal, economic and (esthetic features of
this assemblage, two very important
matters will be advocated : The culture
of valuable commercial woods, and
tbe purchase by the National Govern
ment of lands at the sources of all
important streams for reforesting and
retention as national parks. The Gov
ernors of all Southern States will send
The Gull and ooutn Auantio nsu
ELEGANT OHAllBEE SUITS!
In Walnut, Matugany and Antlqua Oak.
ARMSTRONG FURNITURE ; COMPANY-
Opposite Court Square.
BOSTON ART FURNITURE,
err Exposition will open February
The Florida Chautauqua wlL meet
on February 20th. ' .
Travel ia unusually large -for this
season. Tbe Pullman's have put on
through sleepers to De Funtek from
St. Louis, New York. Havaonah, Near
Orleans, Mobile and Jacksonville.
A wealthy syndicate of Soottb.Irieh,
New York and Pennsylvania) gentle
men has purchtsed land sbtut Chip
ley, to utilise for stock ralsin, cotton
and wool manufacturing, shd ituit
BIRMISUIUJI, ALA. '
Am Employe Dam His Muter for a
riOUL TO THS irrsAL.I
Birmingham, Ala., December 4.
Charles Weber, proprietor of a Brmth
Bide bakery, is vry sniious to come
up with Julius Risch, a young
man who hug been working for him,
and who disappeared this morning.
He eayt Rosen made off with 1 1000 of
his money. Tbey roomed together,
end Weber's story ia that Roccb got
up before day and took the money out
of his pocket. He offere $50 reward
f ir the yourg man's apprehension.
Roseh had been in his employ only a
few days, but bad served him in finch
way as to gain implicit confidence
fiom him. 1 ;
hioh poTkt, N. 0.
The Clmmploaital Mnk DUr4
USoi Acconulol HbW.
IsriOIAl, TO Til APPBAL.1
Hioh Point, N. O., December 4.
It has been siowlog here all day,
which caused tbe Judges to declare
the Champion stake off. It was im
possible to run dogs. Tbe haiidlers
seemed quite anxious to try it. This
closes oneof the most successful meet
ines ever he'd.
: LOCTKK-Tfa trUndi of th. Uto Josara
tocta ail Uotlly ars invittd to un an
PAY) sDerftasn, '
MASONIU foner aL hui ice.
. Kimnnsi i.nnai h iam. 1
J. k A.M. Wilt not tkli (8US.
DAY) ltrnoon, Don. i&, mi V
t tok, to Attend too rnauKl of oar ,
i.iub. VKitini broth.ro fraternally is
ritod. CoOToranooi At tho Txmplo.
fir ordor a. T. BASSKTX, W. M.
Attit: DooobO. Tumi, horroiArr.
I. O. O. K. FUMES AI, NO "KB.
MKMPHI3 LODOB NO. , amm
thi Lodoo Aro rnettd to on1, 3
t their hll toil (SUNDAY) of- r'lmmr
Urooon, At J o'clock, to Attend thofonorol
of oorUto Brother P. O., JUKKPU LOU KB.
Member! ol I liter lodge. freternAllT inrlteit.
Ht order K. L. UUUUHAM, N.tt
W. C. Hoswai.witi, Se"tetAry.
K. OF H. FUXfcRVL MO I ICE.
UNITY LODQK No. 217, K. OF II.-The
officer! And member! of tliii kdee or
reanented to meet At their DAM thu (BUN
DAY) Afternoon, Deo.otht it 1:.1U o'clock, to
Attond tbe tuuerl ot our lt lirotner,
JuSt.PH L0CKK. Brother of Alitor lodge!
fraternAlly invited. J. T WELLB, UioUlor,
A t tout : Jcih I). Cox, Reporter.
K. AND I.. K II. FUNKKIL NOTItlK,
PRAKL LOUGB No. 92, K. AND I OP H.
The member! of this lodire Are requested
to Attond th fuurl of our lute Brother,
J08BPU LOCKS, ihiifMtlNDAY) afternoon
at Z o'o'orit. w. y, withiiki,!,. i-rrr
NQER0NA LODGE, No.lM.F
QER0NA LODGE, No.lM, P. R
id A.M.-Will ui-etln Annnul
iinioAtion M0NOAY NIHHT.Y Jf
)th, At 7 :) o'clock, lor dli-
of baiine.i, Kieoton of 091 ' 7
or!, eta. All th member of th Lodit r
eipectrd to be proient. Vliitinir brother!
frAtern.llrinrited. Q.I BABsBTT, W. St.
Atteit: Kobui V. THD1A, Beewury.
Memphis Building and Sarlas Ihs'b.
rpHBrcfuUr monthlrmeellntof Direetou
I : 1 1 L. . k. . U UikUftl V DUbkllUil 1 1 .
Sth, at 7:90 o'olook. Daoi ATAbl aartne
bailn.M boun. Moner to Ioab. . K berle
rerr quArter. ,
Br order JA8. B. ROBUtSON, Pntt.
Qm'L HlKHCl, BecrtATT. T
Ji EN MODEL MDHM,
aad alrrsr Plaaaa, Oraaaa.
And HoiIoaI Initramati 8ArIlr.
887 MAIM t., MKBtPHia.
T DlaaolTe OoiMArtaienblp.
arOar astir itoek hu to b cold ky Jab
bait 1, 11)87, to DIhoIt OopArtavihia
our oompAor retirlnc.
formerly 75 oenU ti tl.OO.
Fancy Feathers and Wingi
83 and 50 Vents,
. . , Forarly On Pilr.
arttrltfaJ m MoarAilBA; OnlStl.
w-rh tit AMortmait at DOLUl ia ths
aorHAU rU.hAd, rAthn ouuod, Dyad
amrUolden UaIt Waik by th BdiaII or LArr
LARGE BISK DOLLS
From 2.1 Cntn Tp.
Noi. S. 9 And 10 In Cotton KiehAAf
Bnlldini, on tecond floor, frontini on Koooad
li reel, formerly occupied byM.B, sod A,
il. K. Apply t 31 MAdiion iumU
MANTLE CABINETS. I
Most Elegant Selection
I HI PORTED
Aid American Production of
lOor acFectlon comprises)
Elegant Sljles (of 1 he Latent)
and BEST Mstken, Foreign
19 Oar OoodM ar Imported
DIRECT, through OTJII Ca
Tlaatalaa, VysSaa; palrln g.
Ha. IV W. Ootav Btbsbt.
Oeorsn m. KTlolaol.
U. 8 Bseiviaa Ontn, I
Srmphlf, T.A.,NoTAibr t UM. J
Kl FH0PO8ALS IN TKIPLIOATlt,
rabUit to the baba! ooadltloiii.wlU be
roTd At tbii ofia until 12 m. ol Defomber
, im, tobtbn And tbero PAblloly opened,
for Uroe work In the Miil!iippl-YAo
DelU Levee Iltrlet, to tk AppriimAt
Amount or 100,010 cable yArda.
For Monk lormiand deUlled InformAtlea
Apply At thli office.
The rUht li reierred to reject Any r au
bldi, and to waIv delect.
'HM1TD 8. I.BACH,
0P tain of Kmtlneor, V. 8 ArnT.
DIt. li. L. LA8KI,
Fbrslclan, Snrgeon anJ Accoacher
EKSIDENCK AND 0FI1CB,
313 Main Ntreet, Near Union.
'T.lenhone No. M.
Wholesale and ItctaiL
7H Second Rtreet.
4HZA A McCAHTHTi Propr,
140, U, 144 Front. Memphis.
ONI at THI LA 118 BST BOM BBOFb
la tho Booth. And tko Aoly oomplete
Boiler sad Bheot-Iron WorkitA tb eny.
AAarMlBHie Al Hea Fleit Iroax
work r vory 1)rtaitiauHaMial
attention iIt.b to plnntAtloa work.
Importor sad Daaltt la
mrnmrn, riahlaaT TAtkU a ajatwrSB-
Baaa SJaapUaa. sar SpmI&I attoatlos
siroa U ktAltrjf ACTUBJH and 11-
41S Wain NtMffemnhia. Tenn
And Still ThoyComo
iron sbhtlbhcb. "
aQTETery Pair Warrantod"!
OHLT a."M)0 A PAIB.
410 Wain Street, Memphlsi.
838 SECOXU ST.
W. II. McCAliIi,
Ofineral Johher la BRICK WORK
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Cured. AU work lUjtrnatMd.
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Latest Tapestry, Plush
WALNUT, MAU0GANY and ANTIQUE OAK
PILLAR EXTENSION TABLE,
. ' BOOKCASES, ETC., ETC.
Total New Basiaess Greater tban the total new business of All
Other Lite Companies now represented in Memphis Combined.
InereaRe In Surplus more than twice the total Increase oi
surplus ol all other Life Companies now represented in Memphis
GILBERT H AWE, 7 GENERAL AGEI1T.
J. F. WALKER, : : SPECIAL AGENT.
Room No, 1, Cotton Ki finance HnlMIng, Memphis Tenne'W
AT COST, FOIl THIRTY DAYS, to make room for Spring
Slock. One Ini Open BaggieM. unliable for country ufta
OUIl OWN HAIaUFAtJTUHE, autl fully guaranteed.
Lilly Carriage Co.
325 Second Street. Mcinpliis Tenn.
1 " 01
5 rnrloadM Steel Walla, "
3 C'ar-loada Snnfl ana Mod,
1 Car-load Earl, Hants) and SauHaKe.
a C1arload American Mardlnea.
1 4'arliiad & Malalnav, " " "
1 Car-load Now NaJaaon '
1 Car-load 4 alirornla Canned Fruit,
10 Oar-loada, Tomatoea. l'etohe. Corn, Ete
1 Car-load Atmore'ii Mluce Meat,
'Jm Car-load JVew York Unckwbeat,
: a 4 ar-loatla Plnfeet, Urant and llarrel Plcklea,.
a 4'ar-lottdsj Silver Moon Cream Ctaeeae
a Car-lowl Virginia I'ennntaL
Car-load Fire Cracker and Fireworks, ,
a Car-loads) JMntsj and Ciirrauta,
S Car-loadaj Fine llananaa,
5 Car-loada Ited Hen Uavia Apnlea,
a Car-loada Freah Fancy Canal ah,
1 Car-load Oatmeal, tracked Wheat, Kte-,
And n complete aaaortment of Staple and Fancy Clroti
for tbe apeclal nao of Counlry Merckauta.
IsaTSend for a I'rlce-Lim.ifaPi
Oliver. Finnie tSo .
Iry Goods, Notions, M:rj
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. , No. 4 MAO HON Slit EE T, MEMIMIIS, TENN.
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a. J. ULACat, JaAtalir.
W.0. B1THIL. J. R. 80DW1N.
IOH, H. ALliKN, JKO. OVBBTON. Ja., W. . TAYLOR. R. B. 6NOWDKN,
B. I.KoUOWKLL, a. UUOLKX fHAIHBR, Wa. A WILLIAMSON, K. J.BLAOlu
aV-Dn;tirAeeiTed fron 50nt ipwerd,
rlty. Will Bay And Ball LooaI tteeurlllci, Aot ai Traitee, H.oelver, ele., lor Corporation! or
nalTlaao.1. Cab beaaaM(ilAn, AdatnlitrAr. U. But nJ Hell KiokAnt. BpoeiAl
AllanttuB pAid to (Joileottoa. Meaeygu be arawa aot at ay tluiv, wba doiirod
for la(tat i Real K.tmta or otherwlee. Here a oommodlnni Vul( (or lb Dipo.it of
TAlaable for th benefltof Hr;alar 'utoair, Ireeof ohAnio. Bala Depot! t Ui lor
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7. B. GM.BREATH & GO,
75 STATU STUEET, 1IONTOJV, MASS. "
' Cash Advances
And Conimlgaioa Xerdaavata,
XXtMu S-tTt Mtt CJ IXadlMB 0 ti-4 t,
and Velours Colorin.s.
A. I, ARMSTIIOIVG, Manager.
W. M. WILHRRMOH, Tl-Paldaf .
"n. a UHirriNd, Taller.
, B. P. BBAD. W. N. WILK RR80M
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