TOE SOiTEiSD DOUSE.
BILLS INTRODUCED, BEFERBED
li (ha National Coajrefg Yesterday
A Petitloa la Favor of the Col
lege Indemnity Bill,
Wabbikotok, December 21. Senate.
Among the papers laid before the
Senate today were communications
from the Supervising Architect of the
Treasury, m to the nectfsity of-additional
Yaulti for the etorane of silver
and u to the purchase of additional
ground for public buildings at St. Fanl.
Aldo a communication from the As
Biftant Bicrotary of the Interior, Mr.
Muldrow, with the report of the gov
ernment directors of the Union Pacific
Kailioad Company, and asking atten
tion to the fcuygoslions contained
therein e nctr.iing legislation afltc'.
ing that tympany.
Amor g the petitions presented was
nne elgutd by sixty minister! of the
Ntbrana Coi.ftrence in favor of the
Chinese indemnity bill, and one
signed by a large number of importers
aud merchant of St. lonis in favor of
the immediate transportation set.
Senator Morrill, from the Finance
Committee, reported back favorably a
bill to fix the charge for passports at
$1, and it was Immediately p. s'ed.
Senator Allison, from the Commit
tee on Appropriations, reported back
the House bill making appropriations
to supply deficiencies for the public
printing with an amendment requir
ing the money to be expended rate
ably. The amendment was sgreod to
and the bill psmed.
Among tha bills Introduced and re
ferred were the following :
By Henator Pngh: Regulating the
proceedings in Congres on private
By Henator Saulabury, by request:
Supplementary to the naturalization
By Senator Sawell, from the Com
mittee on Librarv: lleport of a bill
appointing James B. Anvlll, of Michi
gan, member of the Board of Regents
of the fmittiBonian Institute. Patsr-d.
Penator lngalls offered a resolution
discharging the Committee on Pen
sions from further consideration of
the bill introduced by him at the laat
session to remova the limitation of the
payment of arrears of penuiocs. He
tald that, as the committee bad taken
no action on it. it eeemud to him that
thera were either an irreconcilable
difference of opinion or a disinclina
tion on the part of the committee to
bring the bill before tho Hen tte.
Rotator Blair, who wts lat sosion
ac'irg clmliman of the Cimmittee
on Puisionfl, said that the bill Lad
been considered tovetal times; that
he was himself in favor of it, but
there wna a majority of tho couunittstt
against it. Tho resolution was luid
The House amendment to the bill
for tho completion of the public
building at Fort Hotftt, Ks , wne, on
motion of 8ina'.or Manouo, nou cou
ch rnd iu, aiida coiiforenca anked.
Senator Morgan oflere.'. a resjlu ion,
ca'ling o'l ilo President for curies
pondtince wlih the .Government of
K.c-ran.ia, relating to tho Nxarauiian
ship racal or to the trei.ty on that
eut jee', which was pending in the
Senate 03 the 4th of March, 1883.
Trie resolution for holding recess
from tomorrow to January 4th was
vrascn'.ed and agreed ti.
Henator Uullom called up the confer
ence repirt on the iiitoMtme com
maica bill. Hi said that he did si for
the purpose of giving the Henatorfrom
Iowa (Wilson) an opportunity of mak
ing some remark upoh the bill.
After which, in axorddiica with sug
gestions of many Bant-tors on bjtn
Biii;s aa to tha impracticability of
a:t;on on it before the ho'idays, be
said that he would let the bill (o over
until after the holidaa. He an
nounced, however, that when the Son
ata returned its bib ion he would again
call up the conference raport, and in
sist upon Iti ouald-ratio u from day to
day until disposed of.
Ser.a'or Wilson (Iowa) thereupon
proceeded to mldr.'its the Sofiate in
f avor of the adoption of the le.iort.
lie represented the railroad nytte.n of
the country a3 having steadily uud un
reasonably refused to recniii?.o the
simpleet btibitiO te cltMii..nd, aud as hav
ing woikud out lines of action for
itsoli which hud excited the rcsunt
nient tf aiinost i vory interest whioh
it bad been created t.) i-tirve. It had
made itw an intermtddler iaalmoH
every dt pa'tmeut of buBinees; it Lad
relustd to admit tlir.t it had betn
created to serve the proper purport s
and inlrt?Bts of tociety, and it had
assumed to control and direct tho o
interests. The mauHgurs of the trans
pollution sj stem, while admitting
gre;t d-fects in it, bad rrsolutelv op
posed all tfloitiof the State and Na
tional governmenta to prcj ct aud
entakliau relnr.iio. The adoption of
the conlnrence report, while it wll no',
accomplish all that he should like,
wonld all or d the country an oppor
tunity to ti-et a regulative rtnunly,
unlets the bill Bhould bo vetoed by
the President. There must be imme
diate and efll i mill ive action. Congrers
rnue-t enact a law for the regulation of
interstate commerce aud (by txprt
rieme under its administration) come
to the kuowiedeo of the right or wrong
of the matter iu the war of opinion
now ob truding the way. "Notning,"
said 11 r. Wilson, "had doue more to
demoralise railroad managers, miners
and agent-", than pools. It bad come
to be expected, indeed, that ttie pool
of today would be disregarded by some
of ita members tomorrow, and this
cama to be the basis of the hope of re
ward by railroad c llicrrs and Rgtnts
for Bucseesfully enlarging bu:inca by
the violation cf such arrangements.
Then came the la'e war and the con
sequent lot of revenue. Under the
prest'Ut system, however, th.se losses
weie unloaded on the busine s of the
intermediate or Io.'rI poiut. This
practice was in itself an t u'raje and
the most fruitful Bourne of com
plaint on the part oi the people.
A vast amount ol the railroid
tiaflic of the country wai done
at rales lees than half thuee
charged on business between lecal
points. That ws aa iniquity which
orjgut not to De tolerated, ana winch
the pending bill (it it becomes a law)
would prevent. Tlie people were will
ing that thsratlroaj companies should
Iirorper and should be reasonably paid
or their services, but they did not
recognise tlura a, their matUra. f r
they knew the railro.ul companioa
weroces'.ea to lie eeivanm. Ana it
might be evt down as one ol the thinri
irrevtcubly to tie1! upon that the pub
lic d mand which had indu od the re
porting of the pns iiH I ill wr.uld not
COB88 until juiitito was eutrcnciiea in
the trammo'tttion vtto.n of th cnun-
try. As an ill us1 ration of the injutice
of the pre e; t syeutm h utiited th ;t
on the 10 h of this mouth, torn was
ceiling iu Weat?- I on a ( scho-e it bad
been a good cop) lrorn :0 to 25 cenis
a bu.hei ; i t icaco, a" 31 contu a
bushel, aid in t loth'-rn Iov. (where
47centa s tmshel, so that Western
Iowa corn waa being sold in Chicago
at from S to 6 cents a bushel lesi than
in Eastern Iowa. Congress, be said,
bad debated this subject for ten years ;
now let it act.
Senator Cimden said be regarded
the bill as a wise and censutvatlve
measure ; that the country demanded
the passage of aonmsuch bill, aod that
it tis tte duty ol Cot grtes to act upon
St'nat'or Cullom said he would ask
the Sensts to resume consideration of
the till immediately opon reassemb
ling after the recess.
The Senate bill relative to the loct
Hon of the town of Wallace, Kan.,
was pasFed, and after an executive
session the Senate adjourned.
Washikoton, December 21 After
reading the jodrnal the Speaker called
the attention of the House to the vot
on the qneotion of adjournment ye--1
terday evening. As the rasult was
handed to the Char the vote stood,
yeas. 124: naya, 121; aud thereupon
tbe Speaker declared the House ad
An examination showed that the
vote really wa, yees, 121 ; nays, 127.
The error had o .curred by reason of
tbe great conlu ion exls'.iug in tho
ball (luring tbe roll call.
Mr. Townshend (III.) contended
that aa the lion e had refused to ad
journ, the legislative day of Monday
must now bn continued.
Tbe Speaker Ike Chair thinks the
House did adjonrn. Lmgh'er.
Mr. Morrison (Ills.), from tbe Com
mittee on Wajs and Means, reported
batik the concurrent resolution for a
holiday recess from December 22d to
January 4th. Agried to 132 to 25.
On motion of Mr. Buchanan (N. J )
the Senate amendment to the bill for
tbe relief of trie survivora of tbe Arctic
exploring s'eamer Jeanette, was con
Mr. Dingley (Me preiente l a re
monstrance of the Hoards of Trade of
Pensacola, lla., and Portland, Ore.,
against the free ahip bill; also, the
memorial cf vissol owners and
Captains National Association for the
passage of the bill to p'aca coestwiae
sailing vessels on tbe same basis as
to pllntpgeas eoaatwiw) fcttaua vesw's.
Mr. Wellborne(Tex.), from the Com
mitteo on Indian Allaire, repotted the
Indian approrridrfion bill and it was
referred to tbe Committee of tho
Thnrtdny o vonlng, January 20th, wss
set aeiutt lor the consideration of euh
fhle resolutions in raupect to the
deaths of Mctsis. Arnot, Bench and
Mr. Wheeler (A'a.), from theCim
miltee rn Military Affairs, reported
the militnry acadomy np.irnpnit'i hi
hill, and it was referred to the Com
mittee of the Whole.
Jlr. Wsaver (Neb.), fs a privileged
questiou, called u? the President's
veto on the bill granting pension to
Simon W. Harden,
M:. Brnpg ( Wis.) raised the qnfs
tion of consideration ami tbe House
ro!usd yeas 101, nnj's 110 to con
shirr the pension bill.
Mr. Uelmont (N. Y.), from the Com
miitte on Foreign Afluirs, repoited !
the diplomatic nnd consular appropri
ation bill and it was referred to tho
Committee ot the Whole.
Mr. O'Uonnol (Mich.), from tbe
Committee oo Ventilation and i.cc.us
tics, leported a resolution directing
duly cleansing of the ventilating
pipes leading to tho hall of the House.
In its report tho committee fays:
"Ihs great Amnrlaan habit of expec
torating ia fully txeuplifl d on
the part of fie members of
thin brant h of law making depart
ment of the mvernmont. and vonr
committee reiurantly, mournfully
but firmly, contssis its inhbiuty to
devise measures which will put en
end to this ret rehen3ihle practice a
practice that lowers tho dignity of
this august asiemblae, and imperils
tho I eilth and well being of the ser
vants ot the Republic. Attention is
directed to tho fiict that there are in
this chamber 210 nickel pla'.ed enspi
dorea, furnished by tbo munificence
of the nation with tbe sole design of
being employed for tho purposus for
which they are providtd; but, for
some reason unknown to your com
mittee, they ato Ignored and the per
torations in the brass ventilators em
ployed as the receptacles of expecto
ration." Mr. BucuaDan (Jf. J.) said that, nol-
withtttandiug the langu'igo of the re
poit. tho ciU.'Btiou of chaning tho
venti'atitig ptpea was a very Beuotis
t rio to rncuihoin seitt d iu the centor
of the hall. The air they had to
breath caine up through tho openlnxs
and t!ioa oi eulii(f8 were miuuti by
iniuu'e d Q ed in the mnuner snoken
of iu the report. The air would b'bo
l:e improv. d if t:;e i racticu ot emok-
uf was ditcoutti.iifd, especially as
, io Quality of cu'in unBd war not
a'vtayt uf the boit. Mr. (libson (W.
Va ) criticised the committee f or re
limiting In its r 'port ou the habits and
mannnrs aud decency oi mi'mtoers ot
the House. He Biigees-ted that the
re -o'i nt ion should bo ri (erred to the
Committee on Civil Service Reform,
which was engaged iu e'eaning all the
departmentsof the government. Tbe
resolution waa adopted.
The House then went into Commit
tee of the Whole-Mr. Cox, of Naw
York, iu the chair on tbe army ap
propriation bill. There was no gen
eral debate, and the bill waa imme
diately read by paragraphs for amend
ments. On motion of Mr. Braua (Wis.)
an ameudmsnl w.ta adopted pro
viding that when auy ntllcer traveling
on duty travels on a railroad on which
United Mates troops are entitled to no
transported free of chaiga he shall he
allowed only 4 cents a mile is a sub
sistence fund The bill then passed.
Mr. Townrhend (II!.), from the
Committee on Appropriations, re
ported the invalid punaion appropria
tion bill. Inferred to the Com aii tics
of the Who e.
The Senate amendments to the ur-
gont di'liiiiency bl!l were roncurrtd iu
and the House adjourned.
Tli Hdllor Nlilpprd.
MiLWACKK.it, W'S., December 21.
la tbe Municipal Court this morning.
immediately after the opening, Judge
Mullory retired from the bench and
made way for Jmlge Mom, who called
ui the Cttsa of Paul Grot kau. the an-
a'chiRt, who ia charged wish contempt
ol Court in pub iehirg rcutrilona
articles in his pai er, the Arbeiler fait
unj.reflHcting ou tho priling Judge.
At noon the defence had their testi
mony all in, and an adjournment was
taken uutil 2 o'clotk. Tbe evidence
t! us tar has been directed towards
rroving that t'n ct r Hons articles and
potni were wii'.Utn by K.tward loew,
late city editor of the Aibeiler X-.ilv.ng,
who lult tho city to caca e air At.
I'hiiI l.rottkna Urfa Thlrly !,
Milwatkhk, Wn , Docembir 21.
1-or the i uijiicitt - of a srurnloiis
liojm r. fW.ing en lln Inicgr ty of the
Comt in tlie tritl of tt o riot ca'd,
Ju Sloan toJay siiit"i.cid Paul
Or t kiinl edi or of Uie s ciitliut org.:n,
the -iter '. iltoin. to tiiirlv tin a at
MEMPHIS DAILY I APPEAL WEDNESDAY,
SOUTH CAROIM KEGROES
OROISIZISG FOBTHEIB XUtUAL
Ia Connection With the Kalglits or
Labor The LegWature Pro
posing to Prevent It,
NkW Yobx, December 21. A
Charleston (S. C.) special to the World
Biiye: The bill now be 'ore the Legis
lature to prevent the organization of
colored laborers in the agiicultural
sections into Knights of L ibor, ia caus
ing a great commotion among tha
leaders of the colored people of the
State. Ihe Uav. J. Wofford White,
one. cf the mott intelligtnt colored
preachers of tho Siate, bar isstii d aa
addrem in which he hays tt at this bill
has for ita aim the grinding down and
driving to the wall of the negio labor
In closing his address Mr. White
says: "From the standpoint of equity,
coisidering the ciicumataccts sur
rounding all laborers, tha negro ia tt e
mort excuoable in f orming organiza
tions of a legal kind to better bis con
dition. Do the w bite peop'e imagine
that by threats they can keep away
from tba negroes agebts or nrganizars,
p.nd in this way by force keep them
in thin stataor prevent them being or
ganoid for mutual protection? It so,
they reckon without their host. The
great drawback to the nrgrors lies in
the fact of their being too easily satis
tied. The Bhylocks cf this State today
are tbe (armera who want tha crops
made anil gathered without paying a
reasonable price for labor. They can
reduce wages to the lowest point, and
if they are iked for jns ice it is re
fused, and when the nrgroes organize
tor mutual protection mis m yiu
nounced iil"gal, and who dares to re
flist it is to bn incarcerated in prison.
South Carolina, your glorious flitg
trails iu the dust. It the
white people desire a contented popu
lation of lal:rers, let thorn give the
negroes fair treatment. They will
have no desire to go away. No al
lurement con charm them away. The
truth is, the treatmr,t the negro la-
i i. . . .
Dorers are reoaiving iias nruugui mcui
into abject poverty. No chaugis of
coqdition crcountry can biing thorn
t am,.. Tiiti Imnrfl llmv ArA
ersily porsuaded away by the seduc
tive promises of immigiation p gents.
Should tbe bill row pending become
a law, there will be wholorale emigra
tion from the Stute. Ihtre is a class
of men that g'.t nearer the hearts and
o,...,T.ut,iua r( tha BrorotA llian any
body. Hitherto the intluerire of this
cla-s haj been usho to Keep inem nere
and hope for butter things and limes.
Wl.cn Dia nenrn tirfuu'luira of the COS-
P'ltaylo their (locks, 'Arineandlet
us go there Will bo wailing in South
Caiolina. Richels will bring forth
their children acd refuio to ba com
forted." Tbe Luck of a Portngucse FroiaFaynl
Nitw Hn.inn. Ni:v. 15 (Si eciali. A
Portuguese from Fayal bought a ticket
of the Louisiana S.U) Lottery, aud
alter carrying it in hia pocket for four
tj.mi' innnths u-iv it to a fellow coun
tryman who has been in Amtrii a only
a lew we: xs. ine mner inveeinrnt?a,
and found that the ticket hud drawn
15.0CO. Tne morey arrived in this
city today, and the Portugiusa will
sail in a lwdaysiori!ayai Die.w,iorK
rj. i i. c , T 1 1 . I.
ATWlintl optuiui, iiuicHiwrr iuwt.
A Big Fire ia Gnlvcton.
Galtkston. Txx,. December 21 A
disaatrcus fire broke out at 3 o'clock
th s morning iu t'te residence portion
of tho city, on avenue K between
fwentv-Firht and TwentySicond
B'reet?. This atc.ion of the city Is al
most fxcluslvely wooden bmldines.
The firo soread with great rapid,
owing to the water in the cieterr.s iu
Iho vicinity being exnauueu. uoiora
the flames were controlled they had
swept over the greater poriioa of the
two iqaares 1 oui avrfnua l, ro uroau
wav. loonnded bv Twenty-First and
Twntity Second streets. Twcnty e'ght
dwelling houses and two grocery
stores were burund. Much household
furniture waa emu except iu a law
bou-es The total losa ia eaii mated at
from If 80 000 to tlOOOlO. Tha insur
ance is ttbout ,r)0,t'00.
Laltr. Eatimiti-s place tbe lose at
$120,(H:0 The total insuratco eggre-
Nrroful'.n. lulicrllrtl nl Cnntn-
Kliw lliiiuorot linn uy t unruiH.
THKOUllII tho iiiec'iam of ono nf your
book roi-eiveil throunh Mr. Frank X.
Wrar. liuuiKt. Anollo, l' , I beotms ao-
quninlnj Willi your (Ji'Tlut'lu HliUKlilkH, anil
t'Lkt tliis ni'iior'uniiy to lomiiy 10 700 u.m
llmir 11 m ltua iriiinnont:y oorod ma of one
ol the worst caen 01 blood uoiscninif, in con-
ceotion with nryiiiu, thnt 1 niive ever
cren, ana thl at'er hnvinir boen pronounced
inrtiirahln hv nam of thfl heat tihydlcitiuii in
ur county. I lake (real ilouur in for-
wnrilinir ( yon tun tK-tnunnmi, nnionoiuu
h it i by ! Ui in order that othon ofloriim
f-nm iuiiliir liilailln mny ha enooummij to
giv jeur CiTuiiiH Kkmroiich a trial.
f D. n 111 1 nt, i.oeonuurK, 1 .
Ruforancei Frauk X. Wruy, Druasut,
Orleaul. on oth, ayi : "In 1870 bcriilnloui
lileara broke out on my b idy until I waa
. . .......: W.M.lliln. knnwn in
the niJlol fucu tt waa trioil in yam. I bo-
oAine a were wreca. i nmoi ,uum uy.
litt my bamla to my bead, oouui not turn in
lied 1 waa In con Hunt ama, and looted uion
lile as curo. No re'ief nr uro in on yeara.
In ISO 1 hoard of the vUTWUR itKUKBiia,
inoit thera, 11ml win parieclly oarod.
bworn to beluro V. ci. Com. J, i. Crawford
OKI: OF THIS WOHNT CASES.
V l,n ri.en aelllns Tour f T10CRA Rkh-
Kiili tor yrara. and have the firit nmi'laint
5 rt to red iye f om poroh war. One ol the
woral cosea 0! neroiuia J ever aw w num
I.. IV,. in. .,( flvn hnltlaa oi CT CUBA K K-
SMi.TmCTi CtitiriRA and (ariona Bir. 1'ha
Soaptakea the "cane nre aa uiouioiuni
toap. 1A1LUU a AAiuun, iimm
SCKtll 1'I.orN, INIIERITKO.
And Contanlonl Ilnmor. with Loa of Hair,
and Fruptiona ol ihe Min, are poaittvely
cured byCi TictiR end Citiovra Boap, ei
(erniilly, acd Ceri.'tiiA Kmn.y!iT, inter
nally, ones all othor inedioinoi f ill, bond
CuTlcoa KaMRniaa are told everywheie.
Prlo: turlotiRA, the great Cttte Skin, Mote I
CtirioURA NP. n eiiuniteoain bom imri
'.'.'(nta. ! C'UTiouae Kkholtrst. the eew Ulood
Viirifler. II. IU. l'reiiared by the Potraa
Dkuu andUhkiiicai. t o.. Bolton, Miaa.
PLKS, Blnokhenrti. Bkin VUmlshet
una uabj 11 umn. ubbvith ir
.ta How Wy Back Aches
,jr Uaok Aohe. Mdner rami ana
Vfeakeeaa, n reneaa. i.rarno-r,
u.u;. Pin. rellv,4l In
Hilnut by the t ntlcara
nuil raie llK'r,-infiill'hle.
. . AIT I'll VlD Eif.D n f.fl..Vll
' terim lnre I'UnNtiou in llolirar
county, 'iM .recently linrrovcd with new
irntl, iilnn and "" leuoea. 'leenly-Ove
..... l.n... M...nn .in. .nwITllll anil BeilT
Mi.tmu Iret of lumber in lUoka, W.taH) new
pyiireM DoMna an remiy i imni"" '" .
builil'ima. A kooiI at rtihoue 11U1 lowllenl
tind lor a nieroiintile uuiinens. a.h-i'i
I...,.,., i. ii.,,,,v.t mill a vli.w to P'ltMllVIK
Ion. I will roil all or lrt, ni'Oorilin te
wuna ol iuieliera. J'leniy ol ll'ir ie-
1-l.inK to .rent nt . tor lull piirticulari
Tlie most wonderful Tain-Curer the world lias ever
known. Its effects are instantaneous.
Children Cry for 'Pitcher's Castoria.
L. D. MULIilXIS, oi lata J. K. Sodwia A Co. JAS. T0N8I, late of J. W. OaidweU: C.
MtJLLINS & YONGE,
Cotton Factors Commission ierchanti
No. 1 Howard'a Row, Cor.
pi. ajayviia, imbm m. alllVM. (. ejmr. m. . Vim Ik.
Tnaeleaale Grocers. ottoa S.tor3
And Coiiraissisn fsrc bints,
aM 234 Front St, IsmpMs,
RWBII aVDAHB ABB) eTSeTFJUUMrS.
B. Pintr leveaM klf Wkole Una t Ike welrtUc aa late of all Maaa ajfnSW
ta -rm. Ortlw W urimt. w jhiir.w rt-
HweesumuH t ikeaoii adi a hoktoh
Old Stand, No. 9 Union St., Mcmpkis.
. Cotton !F"oito3rj23f
HTo. R0 Front fttiw.t. : SfoisaphlB. Tcaa.
ogees, mm FAW
And Cosiimission Filerchants,
200 and Front
a r i
JNLPr 1 11
M)M Chickasaw IrcsiworS
n ftv.v'X "iV'Ml Ofi A fi Matnnlile T
n lit ' h m
Cotton Factors, ITholesale Grocer,
Ho. SOS IVont trgct 7Iemplil TetK&
To Planters, Merchants & Ginners
Cotton baootnai Dusty. Damp and IleaTy. Dr the no of
Yonraamplo li irapMTed and:Valuo:of:Colton:inoreaed.BMaohin9 tor 1 by
TIIE.LI VRKORE FOUNDRY ACHIM!CO.
1 IO 171 MHilin' mr.'i, nir!aaaaM. ..-....
Koa. V79 A WD S0 FRONT STREET. MEKJPa.V-"V
p. m, av-tos.
nrrchartla Hay. ('"rn,
'i.iiiimt. ri.i.tiT. itiiiliit
IilllK', Lt'Dlt'lll, i li'i'.l e
Con Trout ami Union, 1
DECEMBER 22, 1886.
JlliM kLsJ & Li Mi
iwajie I1 .ewt .' 'I'l 'fS""""-".yfJ-"" jr
Front and Union, Memphis.
! 1 . Ml
98 Second J3t. Memphis, Ton-
FOUNDERS & MACHINISTS,
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IS
.ugiaeK, Hollers, Siiw mills,
llradiortl Cora and Wheat Kill
Cotton PreHM, Cotton GIuk,
8!ianiii2. Pnllest, l:ic
BPKCIAli NOTICK Wo are prepared to fill orden
1 raott notloo, lor ire ceieiraiea
roiilii iti' fnlloy. .Wo carry la itook Orel
Juntlrea Aaortea ouei.
Beni for Catalogue and Prloe-llat.
H. II. MA CRT.
4UEY & GO.
Howard's Row, Memphis.
JUO. B.TOOr. . . L. MoOOWAS.
oof, &IcEowan I Co.
7boIesaIe Grocers and Cotton Factors
AndOealr In Levee and Railroad Sappllea,
T7o.'S74 Frt?t Rr,t Mnrj pit 1 . Tot nftM.
WM. DEAN, Prea't. I JAMES REILLT, Vioe-Frea't. I JOHN LILLY, Eeo'y and Treaa.
DBAN-LILLY COFFEE & SPICE Co.
Goffes Boasters, Spies Grinders,
Imporlcn and Wboleautle DeoIr
Teas, Coffees, Smoes
T,l;ibra 205 Main Street, Lee Block, Memphis.
Win l-n. John l-llly. M. dnvln. JaniM Itolllr. W. II. Oenn.
NO. 7 MADISON STREET.
PAID UP CAPITAL, ::::::: $100,000
Xutcrost Fald oxx X3oF3BltBt.
OPEtf ATVKOATH VM 11L 7 (I'OIH K V.M.
M. II. KATZEXBERSEB, Prleilu T. KATZE.MJEKGCK, Cashier.
BOARD OP DIRECTOR.
W. H. CAHROI.L.
JOHN A. DENIE,
j. w. wntiOHR,
75 STATU STKEET, BOMToX, MASS.
Cnnh Advances on Consi;iiiJi?Bits. '
X. B. eCBWEl, TiufU J. H. 600DBAK, riee-Pros't. C. n.'EAlT,lE, CtaMsX
jr. M. (tOodbas,
T. B. Bma.
IV. I. PfOJ-fR,
C. B. BRTAS.
mm AEtii'i iu.
If ATOLE05 HILL. MICHAEL GAVIN, J. . UANPWERKBB
LOUia HANAUKU, THOMAS BOYLB rDAVip P. MADWSN.
CAZARU8 LEVY. JOHN W. COCHRAN, JAMuS A. OMBKrlti,
IMTiUTKIlT UUIMIODrl. BAT flI.tTIM V W Ti (i T.IiK W T (1 -
IAMK8 a. ROBINSON.
eer Deposits raoeiTed la 101111 oi It and op ward, end Interact allowed on lame BemH
tar Wo bny and tell local Inrestment Bond . and Seonritlea lenernlly, pay Uxua, ot M
trnsteei, and, in general, exeoute any nuanoiai oaainoaa roiiuiriai a ie uu rsovuu.iaue
af-MeVsae draili, In fnrni to altpnrohaiera, on all parti : of Europe. , .
p we nave a oominoaioafl vanu rnr me nepoait 01 Taiaaiuie., wuivu . w
oar onitomera, Frvn ot Vtaarife. lauU
D. p." HADDO. President. EWD. GOLDSMITH, Vico-PreslJeat.
.lAlWKS TTATHAW. ranh-Hr.
cer & Cotton Factors,
Kex. S3 XSaln 8ireei, GayM Block.
atl Front Rlreel,
S. N. ISTE3.
Wat, n 1-2 ind 13 Union
W. T IlOWDllE.
34 ami 30 Madlsou
H. 0. FEARCB.
a ffk w trn m nil
Cotton Factors & Commission Ellsrch'is,
INo. 280 PRONTrSTREET1 MEMPHIS. TENN.
HAPOII0 DILI, Prerideit.
EL, i. LIDJt.UHWa
M. . aW ir .
A BBXaTAL WthXM MMM IAIII1. SStSSKKQU '
A QUARTER OF A E!lLU0N(03LLAeS FULL PID 'VZtttL
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n i .Lil.l
m H 111 A ?ra li fi
Cjttoa Factors and Commissica Merchants.
No. 314 Frcnt Street, Correr ot Konroe, Kemf lib, Teno.
J. S. McTIOEI. W. 8. PATTKSOB.
T. V. TOBIN.
J. H. PI8C0K,
A. 8. VKYRH4.
am a m
A. W. Kk'WJ
MM Of rtaeenne. TrKM:l! Ue
OppowMe rnw.nin Hotline.
W. . SOAVi
KATES, 0OA9 a COJ
ssd Cotton F&c&srQ
Street, iaamphia. Tesa. -
N. V. IIOWDRE,
St., : Mcniilitao Tcnn.
X0 UN L. MoCLELLAN.
W. H. m&Sii3X, lievZ&ZlZ
a - f I IT f ata
II 1UU VI UUU X eUtWI V
tlid cioo bad bjn a faiiiin-) a1. 40 to
b ,rd Libor.
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