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MEMPHIS DAILY" APPEAI..8ATURDAT, DECMBE11 11, 1880.
TOE QDIU COMISSIOJ,
irroiTED ro hegotiate wi ih
Sabmlt aa EDrsnrafflng Report of
Their 0 .rations to Di n,
Wabhinsiok, D camber 10. Tha
-um a ion conci ting of B'fhnp H.
if Whipple of Mirne-ota, Oil JoHri
V. W.ikm Uf Tinges e, and Maj. 0.
t. wrti.oe t 01 inu li.iiian um.e, p
ji; in' a n .dcr i ct ol to'rtsi to ne
go'iate wi h certain tribes and riandH
IuniHi a in Minrgutu, Dpkoia, Mon
tua, Malio and Wrabirgtin TYrrito
ry, have su' mi tel to 4ti. Atkirjg,
C'omrnirmioner of Indian A flairs, a re
port of their opeiatious t j Uectniber
1, ISvi. The ronort Roys that two
tcp ,rt anil dirt nct ar ementa have
Ives eU cttd hs the reauh nf their na
ff ". itii'tin, one with the Indian of the
White E'rth, Larch Like, Cacs Laite,
La's Winnlb'ghieh and Wi.ito
0 .li P. ii't roet vnt ( nc, end the Cul
lerville band, and tlie o'lu-r with the
1 .f:a-. of h Ko 1 lakn rtucrvation.
By tbaipinn or t'm epjri-prrimit with
th Whit- Ka-t'.', Lake Winmlntro
aliata and ot! er aiattbred bands f
Oiii'ip.- was, cticliiilHu A'tfrmt 11,
I'-f.'i, iIim tmoicti; id lamia cf tlm
"White Enr'h r nrvai.n a'e thrown
op n for ill t!.e !r b'.'g and
ba Js of Cl.i, "a in Mi'ini-eota;
11 le liidiiinn now occunyuiR tle
r. .I'Tvation w 'lioU conU.i.s a'lrmt HIM),
(KO se e , b.ng O ut pennitttd !o
m ko silictiiiie lor tlji-niHtilyr. Tt.e
quart! y if lit A eac'i In.lian will hj
en'iUt d to mrive under the asiree
iiie.it ia ea f jIIokh: E c lira) of a
Jamilj, ISO neiis; fa di bing e pi-nou
Ter 18 yen a of 8'i acres; each
orphan eMIil nailer 18 years of age,
SO Hires , tach oil er person under 18
ji an of !(, 40 hcreH. Kvary India'i
will leat'ivn a p ;tunt which aliH'l be of
tvi leg I ifl it and declare that lha
I'niud fct.tei will hold iIih landa tiim
abutted for tlm period of flf y veara,
aiid nni'li fii't'.er time pb lh Piesi
riuit may d rent, in trust for the al
io fee or his heiie. arcordiiu to the
lttiuf Minn eo n. At ti-ie expiration
ft'iku Atfn viii' B Ikd lunfl ij In ka rA. I
v . w i ' ui j u " o hit ..... " J I' ii lull
v. ycd to tli allmtea in fue. I , in for
thor provided that the laws of rjiiir
riagH, dement and paitition iu force in
t:io 8t ile of MuiDH'otii eliall ni'p'y
thcie'a affc r the Ar t paten's lhern
Jor ahiil have hea exeeu'ed and
dnlirartd. The Indiana aie to
kava Ihn beoeflt oi and be mibjuot
U lha criminal laws of iha
Htule in all oOeu'ea the penalty
lor wMfl i in ih aib or imprHonment in
the State Ptmiiantla y. The-residue
f the Undn after allotments have benn
ansde ia t bx patetiti d to the cmianli
ii'vd tribea iu common and held in
boa', as in the ca e of individual al
)e)ti:,"n'a. and every child who may ba
kaiu within (hi illy years limit fa to
kava a triet of forty acres. Provlnion
ia aaa.le for lh pupport of the Indians
removing to White E irth, to be cou
kinaed nutil they are able to take care
i themaelTHS, bat ia no event to ex
ceed two yeara. Kach head of a fain
11 v and onrh male Indian over 18 yeara
f axe, whan he becomes a permanent
resident upnn his allotment, will be
provided with comfortable bewid
log honso, a cook stove, a yoke of
oxen, a alow, a w anon and a cow, an
az ani other implements of tins
baadry. Kch Indian shall have tlva
acrea nt laud broken lor him and ba
provided with aed for hia first croi.
Iftdnatrial and di.triot schools nve to
be eetabliHhed fur all the children on
the ranerra ioo. Additional fann
ers, earpunters, blacksmiths and
lerks are to be employed, and
In the employment of farmers, ai ti
tans and laborers, ptoferenca, in all
eaacs, to be u vea to qualified Indiana.
To enable tlie xoverument to cwrry
ont thnae dP!Kne, the Indians cede a
large trant of land belonging to tin in,
north of Leaoit lake, which is to be
aold npon the mo t advantage mi
torras poa-ible. The lands are to be
apprala-'d and sol t in forty Bern tract'
to t';a binv'e it bidders forcuBh; and
the ftL.d nr.fiin from fuc'i a Mtlu ia to
be mI' in t Tienaurv and draw
intoieht a1 6 p r cut., which shall be
(xpO'ide l Lnnal y tor agricu tma',
aneeha ical, educadonitl and other
po'iion a i'aloiilate.1 to prnno'e ;he
ViO'fbre Mini civilizaiiou of tueliuliane.
It is forth raK'enl that wha'ever
an:iis of iiioi.ey may be found to be
due thes'i Iiiiliaiis un ucoun1 of lonner
tiea'u s or pgr einonts shall be paid t )
them. Pr iper in loiunlficat on is tD ba
xoade lor lo s-e euKtitned inthecou
Btrnctioii by the goveruiiHuit ot dams or
ro8 'ron at te head waters of the
Miosis-p.ii river. The expenses of
removal f the oovoral bands,
their nih-iH ance, tog"thr with addi
tional carp n'O'a, ('iurr, i tc, are to
be dt lnyid by the United Htalea. The
ai(reeuK'i.t con'aiiia eev ral other pn
vialona ii t' Dih d to protect the yor
enns ami p'operty and improve the
moral con I tons of the Iadiaun. Ry
the te.-niM d tlie agreement with the
Ke.l Lak 1 bend of Ctiippewin, con
cluded August 2 J, 18K0, about tWO
tliiid i oi Uu ir reeervaliou, or an Hrea
e.tiai ted t contain over '.'.(Oil.OOO
acrea, '.a dd to the United S atna to
be sod rr fie heiutit of the Itiduns.
The p! (ion c ded eoibrace- a vaat
tunbi ra-iiiK, said to be of alinortiii
e.ilcnl. ble vdiie. These cedxil la;:ih
are t a; pr daed and claa-ilied iuto
tiuibered and nntimbered lands, aud
old ecid nuly. 'Ihe tin.br ia ids
rj to e d in forty acru lots fo
th I'ijtlti a1 tiiihler for raah. The agri
cnltmal !a ie are to be s ild in KM)
acre tM' I , one-fourth cash and the
ba a'ice l time eqnal annual pay
luimU', with 6 pel cent, in
teri'9! .lifrtr'ed payments. The
funds !!: v d from thene salt are
to I pi ' . d In the Treseu y to the
credit l t e H d Lake Indians and
b ur i i ; t i- t, tiicli is to he xpe.'.d d
in their ovlci'iou, education and
iu m 'ni 4 iinprovHnienU on t eir
reneiv i u. . The Indians de lined to
tak tii'ir I i ,U in aevnrahy at p es
ent, bill pr vi inn was lnado fur indl
fiiinal a :l. i moots in future. The re
port la wfat these Indians riqnlre
hnme li-'i" help, and it was tgretd
tht Ih.' II iid 6 ato should advance
ilOOi'V-, :.i oe expended in the hnild
ing oi an agency, saw and g fotmi I,
and in U,e erect ou of c iinlor'abU
hon-i-a a'ut the purchase i f c.riaia
uteofiii iinp eiupnis. IScl ojIs are pri
vided f r, ;n in (he caae of the White
a th In i ins. Kiyht of way ia
gran ed h r tne enna rui tion of
waon and rail roads ai ro a the
dimiiiifeiird reerva when in the
optuiiin of tne Pnsident tlie pn
lic u.U'ie.'U deu-aud ihem. Fie aud
nmtiM.r,ti! nivi.alion of H il labels
Bunn.!, and jU'ehiae-s t.l timbertd
laDilo nniii r the arer nient en- to he
reruni 1 1 il t iiefg UDiru h Bl il throngh
the 'i e.v t.on f r t'io purpose if
reineviPi! tin ier c t uion the raited
t'rrii'iry. Ai w th tne White Earti s,
tlecrniri.a Uwa ol the St t" of A)i .
BoU ire i x eu led over the r.'era
ti n in . ! ai i ri-ees. Ti.ibo i frve
m b'r) iv i o bci ne ooerat ve at) ill
they w )p, oved by Congresg. ' v
1BI OHUP BKPOKT
M tk DartBiiB( f aaprtrallwo.
- Waianaoma, December 10 The
crop report of t' e D prtmentof Agri
onltoreeays: The December returns
of average farm prices, by conn lies,
how material redrjc ions as compared
in value of the crops of 1885, in wheat,
rye acd barley. Corn baa rutd i an ad
varce tiearlv eauivalent to the per
centage of rt-duc ion in Quantity, and
oats, in eymp,ttiv with c rn rather
tiian the small gra ne ugod fnrhumai
f od, aviragei a slightly big'.er valua
tn in ia t year. Tne f rm value o! cirn
waa 33,: ir bushel in D-ci mbr last
year. It is now 87i. one cent higher
than the crop cf 1884. The average
lor trie pri-vi nis nve years wi 44 c,
and for ifce ten years prior to 1880 it
wa 42.6c. The prices la thenrplus
btte a e: Uhlo 3c. Indiana 3'c. il.i
noln Sic, IjwaSOc.Mii-eoariSlc, Kansu
47c, Nebraska 2i)c. This ia an Increase
ever la'-t year of lc in Nebraska, 3c in
Km eas, IlMnois, Indiana and O'do,
and 6j in Iowa and Miwonrl. The
average iatOu in Niw Y'k, 47c in
Pennsylvania, and 45c In Vigini. 2)
lower In each haa last rear. Pricns
in the cotton 8 a'es nth and wtat of
North Ca oMnaare higher than last
tear. Soirh Ornliua 60c, Ueorgia
CO,;, Alabama bSc, Mia is ip.i C0c,
Louisana 6 V, Arkana 4 lie.
lexia 60c, . an increase of
lie, dne tithe dl ai'musdrouth. The
avir.iga December price of wheat is
09,;, a reductii nirf 8c from the average
value 01 the la-t crop, and 4 Jo ab .ve
the pdai In 1681. Tie average in
New Yo k is 84 ;. 12j 1 nwer than last
year; P.u,Ui-yWai ! 83?, 13c lower.
The redU'-ilon is gull grea er in geverai
Wef-tem Slates. The average nf O-iio
ia74u, M.ilrgan 73o, I li,ina 70 ', 111 i
lioia CO.', VViBconatn (Siii, Minneoota
Glc, Iowa GO), Mii-tonri (13c Kansta
( !, N bnu ka 47i, Dakota f.2o. There
ia little diClino in the Houthe n
Htah-a, in some of which price are
hivher thaa iai vevr. J be average In
Oalif irnia is 7.'k) The avenge va ne
of naU is 28 Uj, ag .lost 28.5 ) la t De
cember; rye average 63.1c, againet
57 0:1.81 year; barley 63c, lait yea'
66 3u; buck w neat 54 4c, a redu ;ti n of
l.oo per bus'iel; tiotatoea 40c, lc
higher than in December of last year.
The va n j of ha; averages nearly $8
1 DAMUKKOU8 DKUUUI3T
Downs Ills AntHSOBlat la Iwel.
Naw Yoac, December 10 A Tren
ton (N. J.f special Bays: Public att n
tlon Iire has been direrteil from the
Aldeimanlc scandal by the widely
circulated rcpnrt, yesterday of a dual
which is sp.iil to have tjken place o i
the Pentvy I vaula Bide of the D.daware
river oppngite this city early yeaier
day morning. The principals in this
aflalr of honor are said to have been a
Trenton druggist and asp vticg man
ol th city, an i the difficulty which
led np t the sanguinary encounter is
aid to have had its origin In a dispute
ai to the rlghiB of the bedigeieuta to
pay cou t to a pretty Jersey belle. The
immediate friend of the intaresied
parties to the alleged duel declined to
talk, bat a g. ateman who maid he
knew all about the hosille m -eiing
and haw It resulted aays: "There
were seven persons in the party which
left Trenton at dawn yeeterday morn
ing. One of the stconda waa a Prince
ton Undent, A 1 ronton phioiau
also Went along. The hill near the
old brewery at Kde Hill Or ive was
th elte Beieoted. The regulation d t
taare was paced cfl and tne priuoipal
took their pjaitions, RdVidv.irs were
the weipoua. The fliet shut ex
changed went wide of the mark, At
the aecond fl'e the Bportiog man fell
tit the ground, bring wounded by the
drnggst; the bnllat had entered Lis
left ehonlder. The wouniled man,
while he lay on the ground, fired on
hi antagonist and fclruuk him in the
rl dit shoulder. The two duelled were
then dilvon back to Trenton, hut on
lone their aou idii prove serious I won't
diva ge their nauig."
The Ananal "nmninry of tbe Ore
CiiCVexano, 0, D.c nnbcr 10. In
ita annual su nma r of the iron ore
hnsl ins-, the Inn Trade iVrtcicwill to
moir.iw i. i that the ea es I r 1830 will
reich the largest rlgures elnce the
opening of the Like Superior iron ore
industry, thirtv yea's ago. For the
season t-nded December 1st it estimates
that 3, f 30,0 rn a tout were eolil,
o mpare with z.MD 48:1 tone in 18 '6,
an increase of 518,016 tone ov r last
yi ar. Tne amount of unsold ore at
iowir lake pons one year ago was eetl
matrd at 130,000 ton : thia year the
unsold surplus is lesi than 70 000 tons.
The total receipts at L ke Erie po U
fortheea oa nf 1880 were 2,208,564
tons, being 001,585 tons In excea of
la-t year '1 he iw n t (it ore on do. k
a' Lake Erie port, D cumber 1st, wat
WOO 470 tons, or 63 4 8 tons has thnn
at the same time ia t year. From a l
these fao a the JfettVw conclndea that
tbe docae will be cleared bv eprl'g,
and that the output of the Lake Hupe
rlor dlntrlcta, winch this year rachi d
ne.rly S'iO OOO.OOO t ns, w II neiUe.r
very nearly approximaie 400,000,00k)
CoNrimrnoN isolten only an indi
rect result of deranged kidneys "Over
two y"irs ago I became a cot fl'ined
invalid. My fr.endg all thought I res
far go.ie In connuuipi in, I wt.seure
the time I, a I well nigh comewl eul
must leave my he'pWa little child-en
motherless. With thia dreadful fict
staling me In the f nee, I evolved to
try Warner's safe cu e. My huehand
tile I to di snade me, thiikicg I ws
too far gone for anyt'iing to he p me.
Ba' I took it, anil in two weeks tun" I
waa like a new cna ure; .nd in four
wi a I waa ableior 'ume my houe
hoi I du'ies at ths writing I am p r
feit'y well " M a. E J. Wo f, wife of
tie R v. Prof. T. Wolf, D I) , editor
Lutheran Quaritrly, O. ttyebarg, Pi. If
yuti wilie her inc oie a stamp, and
she will tell you the story la t u i.
Mrlkea Iwveailaaiina- Ceoamltlee,
Wabhimoton, December 10 The
special e mmi te to Investigate (h
ftrlaeiln te8 uih ast, of which M .
Ourtin, of Pennsylvania, ia chairman,
held a meeting this af lerno m and
adopted the hi owing ns'ilutioD:
Rolxed, That notice be g v n to the
pati in intereet that tbl committee
will hold an adjourned meeting at
Washington on the 3 1 day of J muary
nex., at which time ai y proper addi
tional evidence oBred relating to the
matte-Bander I ves'lgatinn will be re
ceived, and a ao that any party inter
ested shall be a loaed to pi no on file
with th s c roml tee such brief as
such ) arty nil l. e e tit,
W. II. Rhoiiis, N... 118 E. Gay
treet, Uolonibna, O, in 18 0, waa
tiken ill wi h pnlinta ion and neural
gia of th" heart, coneeqnent on di-
aed kidoeva. "Horrible Dyspep
B'a" aleo flli. leil h m. lie spent
In n 'l -ile of ilol era f .r re let In Vain.
He took fit y t ttl s of Wan ei's la'e
thi'e, and aaa fn 1 v restore 1 1 1 hi alt'i,
gaining efventy p und-t while lining
that nr. at remidy. Write him and
inrlnee a stamp. He'll tell yuu the
ir THET WOULD STAY IJ THE
Hast Rot Employ Ibelr Talents
In Protestant harr heg
Philadbiphia, Pa., Dcemb 'it 10
A Cincinnati dispatch pabhahed here
today anonnnced trat Archiieh"p
E derhad forbid, len Roman Oatholic
vocalis'a and mui-iciana to employ
thi ir la'euta in Pro'eitant clmrches,
ai d intimated that tbe prcmu ga'ion
of the order waihe re-nltof an ac ion
taken bv the reteLt Plenary Coom il
held in Bdtimore. The attention of
Aicribishop Ryan was ca'led to the
diepatcb, wiih the request that he
would give rome information cf the
action of the Council on tbe qnettioo.
He replied that to the beat of his
knowledge no dicu s on had been
bad on tbe anbject. ' It is a lorg
eetabliahed rule of tbe church," lie
said, "tnat singers and mua cians who
are members thall not use the r talenia
in other churches, and I tikn it that
Archbisl op Elder baa merely m de
tnia announcement to call toe atten
tion of those who may have disre
garded the n qnireruent to their of
f.iuse. The piiiic pte h well es a'v
lished and the chu ch deals with this
( ff juse as it do-s with others. O'
courae, if we have memh'-is who da
aire toeing in other chtl'uhes, they
are ut per'ect liberty to exerci e Ihi ir
individual rights, but the mnment
they do so they c ane to belnug to tbe
Roman Catholic Church, and enn only
teturn t'i it in the same man
ner a" those who (or other of
tenses have b in removed fiom it
.roUcti.n" Conteri.ifg the decree
recently issu d by Archbixbop Ryan,
that theieaf'er the Catholic chant es
would not be all i wed to accept money
r Mined by balln, the Ari:hhii-bop Slid
there w.b nothing to add t i what al
ready had ben published. "The
Plenary O .uncll decreed it," he raid,
"and I promulgated the order that I
must decline to express any ouin on
oi the action of the council."
Pbopriktob II. B. Kinnit, We'don
IIou e, Earlvi le, N, Y., wat run down
by ovirwoik and threatened w th
Brh ht'a dieae, followed hy atone in
the kidney and bladder, which pro
duced intense pa;n and epaime. A
council of phy-ii l ng did him no good.
He pa sed fie-h hlo d from the urin
ary otganp. Everything else failing,
he wai finally fully restored to bealtu
by Wruer'a aafe cure, as hundri-da
of thousand of o'her acute enfl -rnrs
have been. Don't take Warner' word
for it Write Mr. Kinney (it c ueing
Htamn) and aik your friends and
neighbors about Warner's aafe cure.
(krlnllan Brothers' War (!Ulm.
WaaBiNOToaT, DiCmber 10 The
n i.aun.a.i. n... .1 r,l tk. Amw
acting nnder the provisions of the bill
lia eed on the motion of Kjureaenta-
t ve O'Neil, of Missouri, at the last
session of Oongreai, has examined the
oialm o! tbe Christian Brothers' Col
lege, of Hl L'inig, for occupation of it
bud'iirg by United Htati'B troops dur
ing the war. and has ceitilled to the
Becretiiry of tbe Treasury thai the col
lege ia entitled to $15,900. This is
somewhat of a new dcpartuie, in the
uione oi payment ci similar war c aims,
a spei iflki appropriation by Oongresa
being g nerally required.
Mb Ruth Bbown, Cold waier, Mich.,
If yon write, inc oaing a s amp, will teli
toultfstrue that in Ju y, 18S, etie
'wai suuiieniy paraiya d, and D "came
emiie'y blind, as her doc'.ore claimed,
Irom an ema-gement and lnn.inma
tion of the ktdcevs aod liver. . he was
in an union cl uigtate for two wet ks;
fare and body bloated with sg mizing
pal ir, C"Ulu not keep anytnuig on her
at nnach ; irregular action of the heart.
Physicians pronounced her cast in-
cur.ihle. Within a few weekn the
par ilvsls left her, bloat went down,
nlargment of the iiver sub hied, a -t
on of the heart became regular, and
ehe leca ue well in tlnee luontlis, ar d
has felt in g'Mid condition ever aince."
Warner s s ite cure did thmamaing
woik for hi r, a.d ehe will ted you so.
The l'ralUenl'a Health.
Wasuinoton. December 10. The
Pn sident was so much improved in
health t iday that he Wf a able t re
eume bis pub'iu rec ntions in the East
room, lu addition, he received about
fifty callers at his private office, nit s',
of whom were mernhers of Oocgresi.
Of pure Cod Liver Oil, with Hypo
phosphites, is a moat valuable remedy
for consumption, scrofula, wasting dis
eases of children, colds and chronio
coughs, and in all conditions where
there is a loss of Uneh, a lack of nerve
power and a general debility of tbe
Another Negro Hana-ed.
LocixvtLLB, Ky.. December 10.
Ila'vey Pos', co'ored, was hung this
tteruoon at Uardat wn. Ky., in the
presence of fifty prople. The ciime
for which Post was execnled a as the
mnrder of a fellow workmen, named
Fe'ix Adamn, June 4, 1S85, In Nelam
county, Ky. P et a'dA.tami quar
reled about the former's wife, and
P, s: acciiB'-d h'S victim of meddling
with his family aff dra and shot him
ded in a barn, where the two chanced
to m 't.
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. o. irar.
J. T. FARGASOli & CO,
Ubolesale Grocers & Cotton Factory
lit Froxt Strst, ZSemphla, Tenn.
OaMaa saailna I at will kava ear anfal attoatiaa. W tarry at all ttaaas a waaV
talMtd f tea k al
Stiplsfc Fancy Grscaries, Wines, Llquors,Tekmi& C!s?n
Knit win 1 mm f niay tt T,tr
' BOARD OF TMUBTH 3ZltBi.
SA?1LE0N HILL, MICHAEL
jOUIH UAHAlltSK, TUOMASU'Ul K ;uaviu r. HAIJIIB,
AZARim LEVY. JOUN W. COCHRAN. JAMKS A. OMBKIta.
1NUREW RBNKKRT, SOL COLEMAN, EWD. GOLDSMITU.
I AM KB B ROBINSON. ILARDWId PBREB.
mm- Deponltt rtotlrad la inmi ol $1 and upward, and latarait allowed on unit Stmt
ar WtTu' 'and lell lool Inrentment Bondi and Beonrittti (tnarallr, pay taiu. aat a.
trosleei, nd, In tntrl, eiecote any 0nnoial builnen nqatrinia lt andrMPonilblt
rWt lata drafti, In innit to mit paroheieri, on all pU of Europe-....
aar We hare a ooinmodtoui Vault for th depoait ot valaablet, whiob II at tht Itrvloa
onr ouitomra, Krw of tiliara.
D. P. HADDEN, Prealilent. EWD. WOUWiMITH Tice-Presideat
JaMFH 1THW. ('aetttpr.
..a 11 .
B 4W AMB raVaVaiBCVHIIX, ASwT.l'aJUB.
E3rsf Sash, Blinds, Molding, Ltn
Lath and Shiagles, Flooring, CelUug aad CMarlWS3k
pnEwyiiitt - - TKNTwTKcacn
EDWAED MOON & CO.,
GRAIN, PRODUCE, HIDES, FURS, Etc.
LIBERAL ADVANCES ON CONSIGNMENTS.
WON. A and 10 WVIOrV NTHEFT, ... WFWPH1N. TEWlw.
KELLY, ROPER & REILLY,
Grocers & Cotton Factors,
tM Mala N(rfx aaftaa RleMk.
JOSEPH NHARR. HRNKT
FADER. FRANK & CO.
Mi UrsMen Crn
'49 1 t rout Street, Opponlle Cowloia lloiue
Caramels, French Fruit Glaces,
OiiOMlte Tlielr Fut-lorj.
MeraphU Publlo hart ever had th opportanlt,
l,onfw " lHioionNi.w-rSg
E. A. PAKXIA.
8AVIS. J. 8. HANDWBRKIB
"naaWtM1' " m taW
w S 5 t HW&n pis Ig
P. H. AUIIOS.
ALSTON, MiURY & GO.
ABdConimlxaion MrcHar:ta Hay,
Lime, Omeut, Plaster,
Cor. Front and Hnlon, 1
LIVERMORE mUNDRY AND MACHiNE C0PA!Y.
FOUNDRY & MACHINE DEPT,160to 174 Adams Memphia
I raw and
IRON & RAILWAY SUPPLY DEP'T, 226 and 228 8cond St.
(Snrjoewaon In thia lenartment to JOHN MANOUUB.)
aMr-Wrltenafnrinformntinn on ANY TUTNfl In .iri-drltn.
I. 5. 1ST IS.
(HCVCBaSORS TO BITER, HOAR at CS.
Ul Mesalc Grocers and Cotton Facte
Wis, n 1-2 and 13 Unlen Street Bmphlt, Tesa.
(MlfH'EftSORN TO HEAVHAM nflRIOHl
Old Ntand No. 9 Union St., Mciiiphis.
Quarter of a Century in theHardware Business.
IiANGST 'APP fc Co
IiAO STIFF BVILDIKG,
Nos. 323 and 324 MAHV ST., - MEMPHIS, TEN2T.
E, M. APPERSON & 00.
Wholesale Grocers & Cotton Factors,
384 FRONT STRTiT. MT!MTTTS. TT.Km
Fnlmer.ThorntoB cl Co
Cotton Factors, Wholesale Grocery
Ifo. SO Front .r?et, : Mentilil Tcnsfe
M. 0. PKAHCK.
MaPBAROB & Co
Cotton Factors & Commission r.lerch'ts,
No. 280 rilOWT STREETS MEMPHIS. TENN.
rrnt.ni. W.r.hma.ia NX and OO rlil KtvM
Cotton Factors, Wholesale Grcccrs,
J. A. BAILKK.
J. L BAILEY & CO,,
IPILbTUISIBIES 3SS S3
33G Neoond Street, Memphis.
A LARGE AN1 0OMPLBTH 8TO0K OF PLUMBKR8. OA8 AND STAM FrTTBRS
f M.t.-l.l. D.,n, 'P.H.. Irnn l. l-l .. 1 '!.. Wt
L. i). UUWMi,ol l.ie J. tU roawiaUo. JAB. Koftua. law oi 4. w. Cal4waaUa
MULLENS & TONGE,
Cotton Factors &Commission Llerchants
No. 1 Howard'a Row, Cor. Front and Union. Momphtn.
jmmm m. aaiutaa.
X7iieleamle Crroers, Cotton LfMtrfl
Ani Cinnlsslcn IBrctizflU,
233 and 234 Front St, Hemphis, Tc3
BiTwtva ABAaia asa jtrraatB. -J
m. I. E. RAnriT fcU ajole Uat
Cotton Factors and
iuk ua iimki loaicvt wi am
via bMM a'AMtuw ai mil niH nanmnia I mir.
11. H. MAVatT.
Corn, Oata, Bran, Chop Feed, Oil Meal,
Bmliliuir aud Ure Ur eb, Etc.
Howard's Kovv Memphis.
'jf "ilUMC V w . M.
W. B. MA.
BATtB WlTt -.
liOHN L. MoCtiKLLAN.
8. M. WITT.
to th. ejtlt Jat j lal.
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