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MEMPniSJ DAILY APPEAL THURSDAY, DECEMBER 9, 18SG.
the mm asd puse.
OESOLUTIOS OFFEEED YESfER-DAT.
NoUiing of Interest Trnni-plreg
CtiiDSw !n Ofllpf-The l 11 Tel
ephone late I'p Agula.
call the prvrloaa question oq tie bill
JIT bOll.H U1URETT
faka Trail the
WAsnrveTON. Drirembor 8. Senate.
8ei atoiE 'uin. dn prpeiftil a m morial
in fcvi r ol acout tut orial amendment
emD wehng O i gr. eu ti pasi unf .rin
lawn on the mhjt-ct of marria i and
divo cp. Ktf.rred to the JuilicUry
Committee. Also, a memorial rgainat
permitting aliers to pos-e a large
tra- ts of land. Same reference.
Senator Siwyer presented a memo
rial of tbe Mftbodift Episcopl
Cbnrch Conference of Wine nsln, for
eg slal on on bi half of Chinese labor
ers; and fir the (an age of tbe Chi
Bene indemnity bill. Same lefer
erj. Pills were introduced and referred
By Per ator Manderson : Authoris
ing a railroad company to extend lie
track acrnan the FortMiade military
reservation 'n Nebratka. Also, to in
ere' a -the effloiericy of tbe ini offi
cers of the army (oioviding for exam
inations is i'i th rase of ordoanca
and ei'iiinter i fnccra.)
By 8mtnr Plnmb: To aatlu r'n
tt-e R nit y f the lot rior t eriily
lnnds f r a r caltaal purpoups tn the
8 n'.e of K: dshs. A'bo, to provide for
tie sa'a of certain tortious of the
Fo'th Leivunworih military reser?a-
By Henoti r. Kewell: To plane tbe
naive of (' n. Aluamler 8. Webb on
t)a retired lint of tb army.
By rVriator II ) r: For the erection
of amm uinoni to the negro eoldiws
a d aaiiors wb gave their lives to tbe
prMHVtti n i f the government.
Kcni.tor Ingnl s i If, re I a roenln'lou
calling on the Secretary of tbe Treas
ury ir in'ornrntion r.a to the number
oi mai'uf c uri ra of and wliolnaale
and re: wil in olecuiantarlne
who Uhv- pid h pedal taxes under the
law of Angnxt 2, 18H6; in wlitt dis
tricts such taxe were paid, and b w
many p unit of oleoma) griue havo
been as ewl, and in what districts it
hue been made. Adopted.
Senator Van Wye- fiered a resolu
tion ii itrui ting the Committee on the
Iittriui of dumb a to inqu re Into
the expediency f reportii'g a bill prn
TidiDg th tit 'h price cf gns furnist ed
by the Ueorirnto n Gusligbt Company
sha.l n it exceed $1 per KkO fueu
Henat r Frye offered resolalion
ea'llafr on the President forcopiaaol
the awarils ma le agaiust tlie R public
of llayli by thi arbitrators un.lt r the
pro(t. ail of May 24, 1884. Adopted.
The Senate then proceeded to the
onAideMtion of the bill reported by
Buuhtor Blair, from tbe select Commit
tax on Woman Suffrage f Feb uary 3,
1886), piopa ingun amendment to tbe
Coue liotion of the United Slate) ex
tuudiugtbe right of suff age to women,
t d was addrersed by Hen tor Biair in
t port of the bill. At the close of
i . speech Senator B air gve notice
tt ut he won d at an early day a- k se
ll n on the bill. There were not over
a fjora of lad es in tbe gallery during
its delivery, althnngh notice of it bad
been given yesterday.
Senator Inallr, having made a mo
tion to adjourn, was requesied by tbe
presiding o Ulcer to withdraw it, an
Important meesane was expected from
tbe President, lje complied with the
Bupgeatlon," making a remark, how
ever, as to the necessity of the Ri'pre
se UUvi'S ol thlrty-e'ghf 4tatts hv
1 g to wiit the convenience of tba
Senator Dolph offered a resolution
inxtrnciinit the Select Committee on
Fieh ami Fisheries to Inquire and re
port ao to tbe power of t'ui!grenB to
fegiBla'.e for the protection ol food
fishes in the rivers and navigable
waters of the Uoittd Hates, and es
pecially in livers that form tba
boundaries between Httvtcs, and as to
the pr priety of snch legislation.
A iiie'RB was here r ct'lved from
the President, end the Satiate Imme
diately went into executive torsion
and soon afterward adj nrned.
An-AHTA, Ga., December 8. Th
Southern iurju tru.1 j mri al Dixie hes
1 B;eniRl riiBt Rt th f'Otn a stuff corr e
pouiior t at Fort Wor h, Tx , wbiih
eays: "One tf t' e lnreht and mo t
innpor'ant t aneiic'ions ever recirded
is l ow ou f ot. I' is nothing lesn tbaa
a trade hi tvt.tn Jay Gonlil tnd I'rtsi
fent Oarrett, of the Baltimore aud
Ohio, whereby ti e entire teb'sraph
sytleuo is to be transferred to U u'd,
who dow practically owns the West
ern Union, la return for theumi
Preeidenl Garrett is to receive the
Wabaih ayniem, thus giving tbe Beiti
mora and Ohio a line to Kansas City
from B4timore. Tba magnitude o' a
deal of this kind can scarcely b under
etood, but it is known to officiuls of
the Uuid aystem hers that tbe Balti
more and Oolo have long been seek
ing to extend their operations weat of
the Miianippt river. The informa
tion is bsiievtd to be thoroughly re
liable, M It ia said tJ be subaUqtmt'd
by meraoraodi made by the late H. M.
H xle prior it bis death and found
emeog certain papers that bed been
laid away for futme reference. The
eo et leaked out through a partv who
deilrel to arrinKe with F ir; Worth
capita ikts to opera eln Wee tern Union
aud Baltimore and 0 lio otocks as soon
aa theiewaa any imliiation that the
bargain Lftd b eu consum tied.
4T OOf LO'S DENIAL-
5kw Yobk. December 8. -An Apo-
elated Preai rcpO't'r handed Jav
O. ultl a ropy of the Alhnta diapa ch
etainc thut a deal between tbe We t
era Union and the Baltimore and
Ntiio. f.;r Gould r at tbe disp itcb
and then toalt a peo and the following
bt. S3 the face of it: 'There is n't a
work of trnth in 't." Air. Bates, of the
Biltitnoro and Ohio, wai aboseen,
and he denied eicb and every state
ment nude in the dispatch.
WHAT OARBBTT S iVS.
Baivmh una. Mo., Deomnt:er 8 Dr.
Barnvd. amistaat to President Gar
ret of the B iltlaiore and Oh ora lroad,
Wfs culed upon this af .ernoon in re
lbtion (o tbe dispatch froth At anta,
Ga., regarding rnmoied o intempla'ed
connections of that road in tha South,
and he said that wai the flri-t he had
heatd oi it. While he would make no
reply, he raid to the interviewer: "I
will simp'r matin yea ont oi tne
office." Tne officials of the Baltimoe
and Ohio declared there was nothing
The FoaalMa of TUnlllr,
Tk of phriloal easrar and maaUl
aoilvit, Ii blood. Let tail become vi
tiated with bile, or thia and waUrr in ron
iteione of inditootioa and aon-uilmtle-tloa
ef the 4. and aa Interruption of the
raaetleai ef the btdr, and a Iom of iUmlnaa
0mb and appetite eoiaei. Hnetetter't Btom
Mh Bitten U a teaie ipeoUlly adapted to rt
tere ail three, beeeuie It jlta dlfettioa
and aulaiUeUoa, andremovei btieend other
Inparltlei roa tbe eirculet on. Hroleoted
and ttrenethened with tnii admirable detcn-
live wvvtortnU tne lyMem doOei Innnenoei
Ii.lDloaJle heeltD. te whiob, it nnrekuleted
aad leeWe.lt would undeebtedlr luoouun.
Ceeitajtetien, often aa obitlntte and ehronie
tileeent, I entirely roaoved by It, the liver,
Ideeii and bUduer routed Iron Ineot on,
aad a tesdmcr le rheietlim efTeotualiy
eeanteraotid. It alee eredioete malarial
BaerBlaa;s of ttaa Caloa Faelflo.
BasTotf. Mahi. December 8. The
Union Pacific groat earning for Octo
ber were $4,75,154, aa Increase of
$40,(46 over the corresponding month
la year. The net ear inge were ft,-
I8l,e0e, a deottaieoi i4,(ifn. rot
ibe ten months to October 31st, tbe
grofa earuloaf were $21,9Q8,823, aa io
creise over the crVrespooding period
last year of W 10.472. The net earn
ings were $7,320,8UO, a decrease of
A BlONT LIBERAL OkTFEeX I
Mich., oDer to send tlieir Celebrated
VoiTAro liiiLTs ana wectrio Appli
ances on thirty days' trial to any man
Alter tbe readii g ol tlm journal the
Speaker IhI.1 befote the li nine a letter
lioin tbe Director of the Min, inolot-
Ing a dritft for the isue of atibsidiary
Mr. Bont lie Me asked for nnan
lmons co i sent to put on its paiange a
bill admitting free of duty material to
be wed n rebuildlt g the town of
Ktunp rt, Me., which whs destroyed
bv fi.e on Oo'oberl4. 1880.
r. Hreckinndge Ark objictfd
to th" in medii.te consideration of the
bi t, txpie-ing the opinion that tha
pt oplo of the country were as much
in nosd of rlief I om tmntion as the
p opietf Ea'port. lie wee glad to
Ami ti e it' ntleman from M tine con
li-eeinit ti at tbe terifl was a tax. and
bnw-. nl'.l i.eiet that the bill should
t ki t!.e retular ci uiee and Ve snt lo
V e rommutee which had charge of
tbn. enbj ct i f taxation.
Mr. L. utc le was nut turprlsed thht
Jbe eiitii tnn stiou d take every occa
ti ii to iiir h i views on the UritJ.
.Mr. i'.re. kl ui.'ge admitted that ha
w '.s a! Miy-i ready to fttai d bore in d-K-tue
ii the lighui of nil the people.
TI.e 1 i). was red rre.l to tbe Com
aj;'tce i it Was and Means.
In tl e on r.-.irg hour, Mr. Cukheon,
Vic'nj oi behalf o! t':ie Com
in it ef) on Military A Bain, ra'led up
an I ;h) 11 w p.i-s d a biH amend
by V e tilt fir tbe mi ster and pay
of to: t on i Hiuera and ei.liuti d men
i f 0 o '.', a y forros. so aa to provide
th .t in all cases arising under tbe
Hiu.- .ny oersun who was duly ap
-p i. u d nd conjUiieiioneH, whether
Lis co i m hh! n waa actually received
by ; ,m or n o, shall be considered as
cui-Miii ei nid to the grade therein
E'liiied ro n the di e from which he
Wr.a to t: k.- rank under and by lbs
troi6 oi hia stid commission, and
shrill bo i n ti led to all pay and emoln
ments .is if Mutually muslered at that
Mr. D ckery Mo , on beha'f of tbe
' vomuii.toe ou rosiuUiota and rcst-
reA'!s,c. li'd op the till extending the
ir li'iivery syett m to towns having
ijv.ouu p- pn at on hlq where the rev
er ue uf ti e ostcflice amoonis to $10,
1 0C$ a year.
Mr. C'imn 1 1 oflered an amend-
ment extendi iK the s.eteui to towns
having 1(1,00.) population or where ti e
ponUl revenue amoui t-i to $10,000. In
tnupoit of his amendment be in-
atauced two toans in his district
where the tevennes amounted to $17,-
OiiK but where tbe populxtion anrord
ing to the lent 'ei.auB did no' quite
reRcb lli.t'lKl. Under tl.e i- mmnbe
bill ttieee too ni woold rot ol tam tbe
benefit of tbe fre d.' iviy b rv ce.
l'eudi) g yctio", tt e mining liour
htv'.Dn, hi -bed, the bill v ent over as
ni G'.iiebeii btn- ne". The Ifonae Iben
reeiimfd tlie i one dera ii n of tbe e or
torsi co tint ,1 i I. A'ti-ra biUf debate
the r:i 1J 1 1 v t ovtr f r tl e ly, Mr.
-i a.'dwf't K v r.g notiue tba; he wm d
TTIikh Dc4rojs Seme Vuln tble Prop
erty MihhapH at fiva
alllioted with Nervous Debility, Lose of
Vitality, Manhood, etc. Illustrated
namoblot in sealed envelone with lull
particulars, mailed free. Write them
A Jar t Lail
If itw York. December 8. The work
of a -coring a jury to try ex-Alderman
MiQuade was concluded this after
noon. Tbe jury w.ia sworn at 2:40
o'clock p.m. Three hundred and
nln ty-two talesmen bad been exam
ined and the work luatel nearly eight
Of nnre Cod Liver OIL with Hype
phoaphites. is a most valuable remedy
fur consumption, scrofula, wasting dis
eases of children, colds and chronic
coughs, and la all conditiona where
there is a loss of flesh, a lack of nerve
power and a general debility '.of the
Tnejr Are Hoi Sorry.
There Is one thing nobody ever re
grets that Is, the day they first adopt
eel Parker s Tonic aa their regular lam
lly medicine. Its range la so wide
and its good effects so sure, that noth
Ing elne, except gooa nursing, er
needed in a irreat maturity ol cases
Buy It. try It, and afterward it Will not
require any prates from na.
a 11mU ef Thirty leiea Will
rrubabljr lie Uieeil.
Richmond, Va . December 8 Tbe
fact ot tbe refusal ot tie Governor t
commute his sentence was communi
cated to the condemned thia after
nion, aud evidently hud a most de-
pr. s incelltH't. Uis counsel presented
a p.)liti(ti lor a respite to tue uovern-
or this evening. lio lime was
onmed, as that is left to the Govern
or's discretion. The eeneral lmpres-
si in is lht a reepite of thirty days
will be granted. e
A DriiRKlMra Hlorj.
Mr. Isaac O. Chapman, druggist,
Newburg, N. Y., writes ua: "I have
for the iast ten rears sold several
gross of Dr. William Hall's Balsam for
the Lunm. I caa sav of it what I
cannot say of any other medicine, I
have never beard a customer speak of
it bet to praise its virtues In the blah
est manner. I have recommended it
in a great many cases of whoopin
coach, with the haoDiest enecta.
have need it in my own family for
manr rears: in tact, always nave
ttottfe In the medicine closet ready tor
Baeltteaeal la (he Frtatlaa; Oflaee
Wasbinotos, Deoember 8. Fire
was discovered about 10 o'clock this
morn'na in the foldlnr-room ot th
for a time great excitement among tbe
employes 1 1 nat room, who are moatiy
ia line. 1 tie n e was promptly ex
tineuisbed before it h id doue much
damage, but the excitnment cune near
te-ul.ing in a di ai-trons pan'c.
' I want a-ime SuZODONT." said b
' Jo t rut," the cuuol; g drnsg'et raid
Uu' hi r- N b 'me powder known t- be
as good." The pa r n turned ani n
A ski no. 'Do 5 0ti eupnone I don't
Kiow nothing iquala fcOZODOT?
IKES MI) CASUALTIES.
TI0X IN BUFFALO,
a bat and
rrrrAU, N. Y., Decmber 8.
no h r tremendous crnflaxration oc-
cunretl at ail early hour tuis morning,
totally destroying one larg-i and hour-
suing mecr.i,cturing tstannspmeuc
nd serously dama.-ing other prop-
rty, including a hotel and a church.
t2:25 o clock an alarm was klven,
ames having been discovered on the
et Boor of the extensive cacdy fa
ory of Sibley Jk H-dwood, at tbe cor
ner of Seneca and Wells streets. Tbe
ter or of the factory was a mass of
ames In a few moments and tbe fire
epread with alarming rapidity. The
utmei burst ont to gieai snee'son me
Wells street tide, and bv 2:45 o'clock
the front and side walls began to
crumble and fall. The rapidity with
hioh the large four story building
wai literally aten up by tbe fle'ce
mes was something marvelous, ah
ffiitsto prevent tbe fire from ex
tending across the s'reet to
the Brcesel House end to
the large adjoining
tbe weit, ecu pied
Frank A. Campbell, as
rap s ore, and T. W. Reynold?, fs a
bo 1 and ehue s ore, weie in vain.
bis building was all ahbs-j in no
time, and by 3:M o'clock it was a
to'al Iocs. The ffimes also a' tucked
the Wells street chapel at tbe corner
f Wells aud Carroll streets. The li e
Is i cm e n ar cots na Senera s reet,
but luckily this waa prevented. About
KK) ifiies's. m s'ly c ommercial t-av-
ollt rs.'occupied tbe Broe el Hou-ie, all
of whom got ont s.tfely tfiongn many
loat thir c'otldng ai d effects. Tbe
flra wa nnier control at 4 o'clock a.
Hiblev A Holm wood's cindy f.c-
to y wai the laru at in Western New
r i . . . . i , r, 1 t . f
oik, ana is a toiai use. me ime is
i-timHted at 191), 1)00; insureno, about
$80 000 The damage to (he Broisnl
Hi uhb Is estimated at $10,000; fully
ueured The Wilh s reet chapel
w -sdam-'ged to the ex'eot of $10i0.
The liBJOf Campnoll & Reynolds on
at ck is nb u $JO00 each. The bnild-
na thev occupied was owned by o. r .
Egan, whose loss is $.'0,001).
Hlebapi at aea.
Nxw York. December 8. The
steamer Knickerbocker, commanded
by Cap. Freed Kembell, of the Crom
well jump, wtii n pues cetween mis
ity and New Orleans, arrived at an
early bonr tbis mornina and reported
ine loss oi ner a ret oincer, j&u car
tbolomew, and fonr of her crew, who
were drowned on Tuesday morning
while trying to render aid to the
schooner Mary D. Cramer, of Phila
delphia, which had her mider die
ab ed. The accident occurred off the
Four Fathom 1 ghtship on the New
Milwackib, Wis., December 8.
Joel E lis, a railroad eng neer, hia
lie and two crown dauahters and
two young lady visitors from Chicago
were aimoet tuni catea oy coai gas iasi
night atKllis's home, No. Ill Tenth
street. Ellis and bis wife awoke this
mo ning in a debilitated condition.
They euspectd tnat tney naa Deen
noisoned. and on finding their two
daughters and tbe two Chicago vieit-
ois unconscious in tnetr bods tney
hastily eummoned a physician, who
pronounced the trouble aepayxifction
irom coal sas. The girls are a little
better this afternoon, bat are not yet
out of danger
Colombia. 8. 0. Thi re wan another
ear hauake eho k bere about 4:20
o'clock tbis morning. It was very
Deiceouble. waking up sound sleepers.
and the tremo s appeared to lust fully
St. Louis, Mo., December 8 A spe
cial fioio Mies "Mill City, Mo., states
(h it a distinct shock of eirthquake
us leu there at 8:35 o cbek last
nlfbt. A Ijw, rumbling l.oiee was
firet heard, and a petceptible jar fd-
owed. sin king buildings and rattnna
windows, its duration was about
Colombia. 8.O. December 8. There
was another eaithquake sbrck about
4 :-d tuts morning, it was very per
ceptible, waking ap sound sleepers,
and the tremors appeared to last Ju ly
Conlcctloas, Gkces, Nougat Caramels French ".Fruit Glacos,
- Cream Bon Hons, Fine French Uandninde Creann'and
Sou lions, (Jhocolateft, Icon and Nougatines.
Ton ean Had .these tools "iAT. RBf AIL," in any quantities, at
ho Peters & Saurio Co.'s Retail IMabllshmcnt,
STo. 4:1 Jcflorieon Mrcet,OpioUe Tlieir Factorj.
Tbeae are tbe tneat Coufeotioni tbat the Memphis Publlo have ever bad the opportnnltj
WTTry tnr 'Vw Trtumi l.oaf w lellolon)a.w-i
34 ami HO TOndlson Ht... : rT7etnil)U, Tcth.
(NIH-t'ENMOlM TO 8. I. I.KK), JOBBEKS OF
Cigars and Tobacco
275 Main Mr-U Opp. Tonrt RpnHirw. Hffrnipiilw.Tenn.
DEALER IN WALL PAPER
Window Shades, fixture Rail Mouldings and Mixed Paints.
HOUSE, SIGN AND FRESCO PAINTER.
NO. 885 HK 01 W1KF.KT, .... MEMPHIS. TETK
II SPECIAL I
WfttST" PERFECT MADE
rrreeredwttlielrlxt rwrerd ofoHtr.atir"
hMkllhriilnnu. Ir. VrW Hklna l"owilr eonbune
Kn mmont,l,lm..Aliini or ehcaphetM. in. rnM's
itreota, Venllle, Lenwa, eta., Uevur deUclouiir.
Miurata, Nevetnber 13, ISM.
rrIIB andereienei hare ihts d formed
X oopwlnernhtp under the firm name ol
J08EPU U fULLKN i CO., for the ior
roee ol eanrrint on a Itwrrt Flr !
Marine lere Baalafwa. Mr. J
U Pollen will have immediate oontiol and
maoacement ol the bmlnem.
CUA8. L PULLBN,
J 08. U. i-ULLKN.
H0TICE TO THE PUBLIC.
Men rue. Tans.. November t2. 18M,
lit I have this dr sold and traet'rrred to
VV ( harlet L. and Joeenh U. Pnllea eor
entire Iniurenoe Aaenev Basieeee, end we
beepea let mem a onunaanoe ol ine eosl.
Bees heretolore iiren to ns.
M, H. PtHtFrT CO,
WE OFFER FOR RALB on favorable
terms a l.rae plantitionln Bolivar
oountr. A lu ,r.. eullj imiroved with nrw
otl, i Ions, and wire fences. Teentv-lve
ne hou, oouod sin, rawmili tn.t near
HO,tXM leetot lainner tn taoks, 50 (XX) nw
rrpre board, ell re.dv to e -n.tnict more
buildings. A good st roliouienndrii-.ll.nl
stand lor a nuiioantile bu ine. J l i- lilitn
tHtiou s iminuvrd with a view to lubiiivis
Ion. I wt'l sell .Horn part, aooordini to
wen's ol i'U rbiisers. I'Iduit ot la'.or Ne.
art) tenants h ve rpp'ieil and are .ill ap-
puini to. root i i". lor lull pjrticuUrs
atipllO I, U, Al.lit.j4 A LU.
tV. T KOHiHti;
ti. I. UO tVlilll,
IIEKRT ritlE. JOSEPH. FAD EB
FADER, FRANK & CO.
2U1 Front Mre'ei. owternNmi IIonHO,
A. V ACO ARO $z
VHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS,
Nets. VJ9 AND 2 SO FRONT STREET, MESTFTZTX
0. 0. IIOI.
ft. A. PASUft..
J. T. FAR6AS0N & CO.
Uholosalo Grocers h Cotton Facton,
Sll Fromt Slrt, Ilemphli, Tea a.
teas eesrisaei te u wlU kave ear earefal atUntiea. We eairr at all ttmaf af
Staple & Fancy Groceries, Winas, Llquorsjtbuu & Cfjsn
4 Tl4 will ell t.OW t.WM
AND TRUST COMPANY.
BOAHD OJS TH.TJBTH I3.
II AN All KR,
AMKB 8 ROBINSON.
THOMAS BOY IK
JOHN W. COCHRAN.
BOL COLEMAN, '
J. 8. HANPWERKH
:david P. HADDKN.
JAMES A. OMBEHd.
HAKDWia Pit RES.
Deposits reoelved la 10011 of ! and upward, and Interest allowed on lame 8emt
Bier We bur and sell loeal Investment Bonds and Seonrtttca ceaerally. pay tMea. aet a.
aassr . a 1 ... X.nel.l knslnaas fain n 1 n ar s laifsl aVllii rIDOHllbli
iraiMVlf aVDUs lO KOaVrsUf au uuauvitM Vwe "
UeViat dr!V,lBHmitoiultpttrehMri,opH Pti of EPS- . 4. mmw9iim
mM' We hAT ft oomrootiiou vaainor in avpoiit 01 iuuti nui.y ap sb -
w mau.. H...ia
D. P. HAKUEN, PresMenU EWD. GOLDSMITH, .TIce-PreHldsit.
.MUFN 1THN. ii'wt'r. .
aw abb riBiBO-arnx, avt.y
E3rs, Sash, Blinds, Molding, hmz
Uth and Shingles, Flooring, Ceiling ant CMuFvd,
m 1 fed s
f. H. ALMI WM.
ALSTON, IflURY & CO.
And Commission mprchantn-HsT, Corn, Oat", Brao, Chop Feed, Oil Meal
Lime. Onieut. Plaster, BoildinK sod Fire Brtck, Etc.
Hor. Front and rnlori. 1 lioward's 1.QW. Memphis.
BON & KAIL WAY SUPPLY DEP'T, 226 and 228 Second St.
(Bnooossors In this lepartment to JOHN M ANOQUB.l
rWrife 0 for Informetioti on ANY TflTNff 'n .itwtine
I. N. K8TI8.
8. 8. BPICKK.
W. ft. DO AX.
22. BtJ3ESists3 C?CD
(SVrCESSOBft TO XSTES, DAS CVJ.J
WLolesale Grocers and Cotton Faclord
Nt. n 1-2 inti 13 Unian Street, Qempbis, TesxJ
EDWAED MOON & CO.,
GRAIN, PRODUCE, HIDES, FURS, Eto.
LIBERAL ADVANCES ON CONSIGNMENTS.
WON. ft nttd 10 FWIOW WTHERT, . . - MFlvf PWIH, TKW1
HILLY. EOPEH & BEILL7,
Gr ocers e: Cotton Factors
H. a Haia BtrtMi, Oaraaa Black.
, H'holeaale Dealer and Publisher,
at a a. r. .t,. -.iiAmtnr Vtrit.r'lii InitrB oentl 1
irui nisnw ami: vaaw " . ,
STETNWAY and KNABE
PIAWO Kranich & Bach, Gibler,:and Wheelcclc.
OltOANS Clough & Warren, and Smith American.
r" A'NKW T-OOTAVB PIANO rorl
Write tor Cataloguei. Xos. 41 and 8i3. ectud (Slreel, Meinpb.
II. H. MAIIBT.
LIVERMORE FUUHDRY AND MACHINE COMPANY.
(OUNDRY & MACHINE DEP'T, KSOto 174 Adams HU Memphis
, Kin. 5irie.sej?r .jfrtN-M.HBta,
mrCHKHMtBS TO K EACH AM HOBTOIT
Old Stand, No. S) Union St., iileniDhis.
Quarter of a Century in the Hardware Business.
LAMGSTAFF & Co
LANG STAFF BVIXDING,
TXoh. 323 and 324 MAIW ST., - MEMPHIS, TENlf.
GMH, STOVES AK HNW1BE.
L M. APPERSOH & GO.
Wholesale Grocers & Cotton Factors,
364 VTinKT STRKKT. MEWPIUS. TFjyTPI
Cotton Factors, Wholesale Grocore,
No. SOG Front street, t Jlemps.la, Te
H. 0. PBAKCK.
1J0HN L. MoCLlUiAN.
ES. 0. FE ARCS Co
Cotton Factors & Commission Merch'ts,
ITo. 280 FRONT.STBEET' MEMPHIS. TEKTT.
munm W-r-S.na.o-Wn aa o riae ee-e
Cotton Factors, Wholesale GrccDni,
Jl: II YT-.!n Street, ; ; JeEMhU, TcctTW
1. A. BAILEY.
a. 1. WITT.
J. L BAILEY & CO,,
336 fipcond Street, Jlemplils.
A IARSK ANIl OOMPLRTH 8T00K 0? PLUMBHRS. OAS AND 8TBAM FTTTEM
U I). MULL1NS, oi lata J. n. tfodwlB A Oo. JAB. KOilUHi late oi i. W. UaldwaaM
MULLINS & YONQE,
Cotton Factors l Com mission Llerchanb
No. 1 Howrd'ii Row, Cor. Front and Union. Memphis.
raaa. Illsra, at, 4. fllaofes
v7hlesale Grocers, vottoa Wumra
ArJ CeanlMlca Marcbiitts,
2S2 and 234 Front SL, nenpMs,, St3
RWISl ABASES ABB JKFrXBMrB.
Ita. I. B. aUTjriT aWr.tes kU w-ole Uao U Iko velrilii a4 aale ef eil
"" a.av-.t.r-a Oot .-tin.ii "' I ertwe etrt.
Cottn Factors and Commission Merchants.
No. 3U Frcnt Street, Corner ot Monroe, Memphis, Tenm