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THE MEaiTIIIS ArrEAli: MONDAY,, ArillL 22, 18S9.
THE CLIMAXOF GENIUS. COMING TO A POINT.
A iTovel Mode of Porting th World
ADout Two Good Thing, at On, Time, I
Bbflrp-witter advertise of the city by
Meters. L Samelson A do.
Stroke after stroke has beoa mado, after
each of which the gain and loea of good
naturod rivals were carefully noted by
mutual friends, but at the nest turn the
loser would likely be on top, and vice
The man who can loavo I. Samelson &
" ARKANSAS ELECTION CASE i.
Judge Brewer Retires After iDatruotln
I the Jury Cases PendingI
BpeclM DlnpRtoh The Appeal,
Littlb Hock, Arit., April 20.-Circuit
J udgo D. J. Brewer, of the Federal Court,
Some Lively and Earnsst Debating of closed his duties here yesterday morning,
Point, Raised la tbe Matter of Prelim- . and the last thing ho did was to chanra the
tnary Detalls-MaJ. O. & Fleeoe Offer, , Jur7 ln rl oi "onry, Uubbs and
A novel chase 1. being led the BMt i THFARMERs; EXCHANGE TO BE OR.
a Suggestion That Raises a Laugh,
Co. In Intelligent, profitable advertising, J next meeting, set for Saturday, May 4, at
by virtue of superior schemes, has yet to . 10 o'clock a.m.
be born. 'Whenever a rival goU on his 1 This was resolved In the regulnr semi
track and comes in hot pursuit, they soon monthly meeting held Saturday aftor-
gov mcir Biniua in iiiouon anu are again ncu. tllB mB n, M. Vrnvunr T. E.1-
l'almer, the Flummorvillo offenders. In
his Instruction the Judge dwelt mostly on
n t i - l .1. ' the intent of the accused in rofinlnz to
Tlie Farmers' Exchange will be per- t M.;. ,. , ...
1 . WWl' n 1 K A Armlntaflil anil lln.'a n. a1aa.
e --- -w w. Mui m,jo aa vivtviuu
Judges. Ignorance, he said, excused
no ono. Having concluded, ho tlion
spoke of the week's business
manontly organized and officered at the
out of rench. The latest achievement of
the firm in this line is of such monuinontal
grandeur that it deserves the recognition
it has thus fur received, oven though it is
barelv consummated as yet.
m rU a K 11 rXX5 n" I"-"." "Pledge, that the great
Bnmelaon A Co. took up Tim Mkmpiiis enterprise was ncanng the business point,
APi'i a l. Arrangemonts were mado with
The meeting Saturday was an animated
and interesting ono, A largo number of
the yeomanry had come toircthor, iui-
btraitou & Storm, the world renowned
cigar nuinuiaciurors oi flow lorn, lor a
special and rare brand of five cent cigar,
something at popular prices, yot an arti
cle that consumers may delight in uftcr the
daintiest midday repast. The first, or
samplo installment has arrived, and tho
smoking public will soon lie in clover.
Even tho boxes containing tho cigars were
specially mado and at great expense. On
top of the lid is a newsboy represented as
smoking one of Tim Memphis Aptkal
cigars, holding a copy of Tin Memphis
Ai'I'ral in his'hand.aud carrying a supply
of them under his arm. a la newsboy
sure enough. There is slso the label, painted
in black. "Samulson's M km ring Aitiau"
The under side of the lid is very attract
ive, showings fiic-simile of Tut Arrru
heading of date January 31, 18811. It
Jlo shows what will puss as a samplo page
of the paper for which tho cigars are
named, with the same newsboy figure
standing out boldly, In richer colors.
There aro also various announcements,
both for the cigar and inducements otfored
by I. tSamelson & Co. and Tub ArrKAL
newspaper. Among others is tho follow
ing: "to Tit pi-bug.
"This is to cortify that under an ar
rangement mado with Messrs. I. Samelson
A Co., every one who purcliaaes 1,000 of
Memphis Appral Ckiak, manufactured
by Ktrniton A Morm, of New York, will
receive a copy of Tun Weekly Appeal
one year gratia
"T. B. Hatchctt, Njc'yand Manager."
Then there is an announcement by tlie
manufacturers to this effect:
"Tho 'Memphis Appeal' Segars are
munnfacturod especially for Messrs. L
hnmelson A Co., of Alemphis, and we
gunranteo the in to be the llnent Nickel
Ny.irs wo hsvo ever produced. They are
mmlo from carefully selected tobacco, and
by our most pxeiienrcd workmen. Try
them and convince yourself.
"hTRAiTo A Stoiih."
and imbued with tho desire to put the
proper foot forward at tho right timo and
in tho right place, the foot apparent from
A on sat many hii (hI theniaelrct
tirwluitlly fuiliiiK- Tlify don't knew junt
wliut la Hie nwiw r, but iliry miller rum a
romliinutioii i if In IcH-nl'jlilo u lira ami
nml pain, wlilrli ccrh month nv iii locrciw
wiirtw. Tin onlv aiiro renu-ftv known that
will roiiniiT.ict 1 1t la fi-eliiiK and realuro per
fert hen I Hi In Drown I run Hitter, lly
mpicl ainiilatiin it uirillet Ilia bloeil,
driven out di-rtue, plvea health snd "trvnidli
to rverv ixirtion reached l.y the rirenUtory
v-teiii. renewa atl tiwues. and rvatures
robul heullU unit itreiiK'lh.
New Torlc and Retura Via Uempbl,
Leave Memphis April id, 27 and 21
Leave Xew York as lute as night of May
0, tl ucsirvd.
Reaad Trl Rale St 1.40.
Leaves Memphis A Chailcston depot.
Memphis, 10:00 s. in. Arrive, New ork
7:10 a. m. accond morninit. Carries full-
man Ilullet sleeM-r to New York,
without change, via Chattanooga, Hrmtol,
Koanuko, llagerntuwn and lUrrishurg.
Lesvoa Memphis A Chsrloston de
Mcmtdiia. IftW n. in. Arrij New York
5. 'Ml d. in. sn-oml afternoon. ( arries
rullman Vestibule ltuuVlleonerU Wah'
Ingto without ohsngii, via ChatUuooa,
Ilristol and Lynrhburv.
K lliouai. T. A.. NInmnhls,
C. N. KioiiT, O. W. P. A., Little Itork.
J. C. IIkam, P. A., Memplii.
(. V. Jaceno!. P. A.. Utile llnck.
. B. W. Wrisx. O. P. AT. A.. Knoxvlllo.
C. A. Dk-Saimi ua. A.U.P. A., Memphis.
and hopod that he had done his duty as
wui as ine me in win oi tno oar betore him.
Urgent business elsewhere coinpols him
to leavo. Judgo Caldwell took tho bench
immediately after the retirement of Judgo
lire w or. inojuiigo retirea and in about
I two hours afterward they cauio into court
wun a verdict oi guilty ns to Henry and
not guilty as to Iluhbssud l'uliner. llenry
was lined $100 nnd cost without imprisou-
it Tho next csso was that of the United
Plates vs. Kufus J. Martin and lavid N.
I lliguight. They are charged with ob-
Srosccution, the case was continued until
luiiduy, April 20, und the witnesses
excuses! until that tune, lbs United
States vs. J. 11. Ho kiiis.Kiinuol Davenport
and llickson was next called. These gun-
tleiuen are charged with ejecting s Super
visor at Auguata Township, Woodrulf
County, and diypersing, beloro counting,
the ballots. J in I go Kowj apieurod for tho
defenso and Judgo McClurn and Judge
Allen for tho Ciovurnment. The jury w.ts
iinpuiieled, when it was discovered that.
owing to somo misunderstanding, an im
portant partv in tho rasu was not present,
and there being no other coso ready, tho
court adjourned, at 11 o'clock, till tomor
row moruing at 10 o clock.
A new infantry company is In progress
of formation, so word comes to I'iik Ap
ireaalllal ftabartuin rranrljr far Kale
ua l-ajr iinai,
M. C reorro offers on terms to salt pur.
chaser, Ihoac beautiful Iota siluatrd on
Msrlev anl 1'enrce avenues and K
stnyt. This is the hlghettt and innat de
sirable Ira-slion near tho city. Only
short diatanee from the terminus of two
trcet car lines, ll is now deridinl that
Ihs Johnson avenue lino will on extend
the track to Marley avenue on Old lUleih
road, and the Main street tars will run
out the eaine diatanee on the New Italeigh
P. The a ster pi Ha are laid as laras
I'Mimt avenue. Tlirae colitenieln'ea. to-
,Kil...r villi lliaaliaihi from Ibe foreal tn'S ' A. J. Ward.
a lima 1'i-are avenue, cive it every ad- J. H Wime a Sunt,
,) vsntairo and make tho property parlleu- ,; N
Inr v dcnimlile fur rwnlelieea. (.sil on MT.
l'earee at 270 Kronl strrot, and pirn luiao a
lot before Ihev are nil s ild.
.1.- ..! . n,i M i.l I .,vj ...u vnui Kwi r
mo sian-vis.; xuai even larmers, who j BlrllclinR a Supervisor of Klection. They
tho arduous and nevor-coasing demands I were arraigned and pleaded not guilty,
upon them in the conduct of agricultural I Upon motion of Judge McC'lurc, for the
pursuits, can grapple with the iutricato do
tails of an organization such as is contem
plated in this case, was still further
Mr. KUinondson and Mnj. George B.
Fleece, as a committee splinted at the
last meeting, reported the stylo of mem
bership list gotten up for distribution
among tho members already enrolled.
Alter a great deal of earnest debate, par
ticipated in by nearly all present, and
somo revision, it was adopted as follow:
"it is proposed to orgamzo in this city, a
Farmers Exchange as soon as there shall
bo an enrolled moinliership of 2o0 names,
"The organiru.ion is intondud to be a
chartered inxtitution, with a Hoard of Di
rectors, and all neccsiary ofllcers.
"ihe cnrollod momuersiitn will be noti
fied as soon as the limit of membership
baj been reached, to meet in this city, and
perfect tho organization by the election of
otlicers, ami the adoption of rules and reg
ulations lor the conduct oi all business em
braced in the scope of the ohim-ts in view.
"The objects in view will be, in ircnend
terms, tho promotion of the best iuturests
of the uicuilxirsbip as farmers in their re
lations to trades, commerce, immigration,
labor, law, etc.
"To this end, it is proposed that this or
ganization shall bo known ss Tho Inter
state Farmers Exchange, and that the said
exchange shall bear about the same rela
tionship to those of its mcinlieni who are
furmors that the Merchants' Exchanges of
all Urge cities bear to their membership,
w ho are merchants.
Tho said Exchange will open an office.
in Memphis. Tonn.. and employ a secre
tary, and will dieplny conspicuously, for
public examination, lists of farm pro
duce, stock, etc., held for Kile by its mem
bers, thus a Hunting them a regular adver
tising medium lor tho salo ol anything
offered for sale.
"Itisfurtherexpected that Ihe Lxchango
will, in its public rclationihips, protect, as
too iiieinberMhip may demand, the general
interests of farmers by concerted snd
prompt action upon all subjects in which
the interests of its iiicmbuis may require
such prompt action.
"U ith tlioxe general objects, wo cordis!
ly invite you to enroll your name in tho
suhjiMiieJ list of iii"inlent, and having
done so, that you will solicit other signs
tures from those of your acijuaininnco
w hom you would recommend.
"The membership fee will be (10 per
annum, navahln after normanrnt nriruni.
. , f - , - --- - p.
satiun, upon call of the permanent secre
tary." Mr. Ktlmondson lntroluced a resolution
containing a declaration of principles
and a lew prouilsua, which thu voters
pn-srnt laid on the tahlo, with thu under
standing that it could he taken ud a.'sln
should it be deemed advisable as the
obict sought matured.
jhore being a solid-looking array of
nanK enrolloil for members, and on
motion of Mr, Kduiolidsou, by rvocat and
on his own promiso, is was decided that at
the next meeting, Katurday, May 4, 10
o'clock a. m., the Exchange would be
IK-rmenllv orgnuitwl. The secretary was
natrucU'd to ao notify the entire inemlMT
ship, laying strvns uton Ihe fsct that the
charter members chown would constitute
tho first fkiard of Directors, and Uio voice
of wisdom rouat prevail in their selection
If it was hoiied to prositer from tlie stsrL
Mai. Fh-ece secured nvoguilion from
the chair and urged that something should
Imi mapped out, cut and dried, "like they
do In Democratic Conventions," aa the
speaker stated it This little slip of a
great secret couvuUmxI the hearcra, who
raiaed sin h a shout of mirth that Uio sug
gestion was loat, and "iHimocratic conven
tion" methods will not prevail in this in
stance. The following new name, were placed
npon the membership hat:
W. W. wolon.
Many a Life
HAS been saved by tlis prompt lias of
Ayer's Pills. Travelers by laud or
sea are liable to constipation or other
derangements of lbs stomach and bowels
which, if neglected, lead to serious snd
often fatal consequences. The inoauure
means of correcting these evils la the use
of Ayer's Cathartic rills. The pru
dent sallliig-inaotur would as soon go to
sra without tits chronometer aa witlmnt
a supply of theao Pills. Though prompt
anil energetic In operation, Ayer's Pills
leave no 111 effects j they are purely
vegetable and sugar-coatud ( the aufcat
medicine for old ami young, at hums or
" For eight years I wsa afflicted with
tonatlpation, which at liutt became ao
liail that the doet'-ra could do no more
for ma. Thea 1 liegan to tuke Ayer'a
1'ilU, and soon the bnwela recovered
their natural and regular action, so thai
now I aui in
health. Mra. C. E. Clark, Tewkabury,
" 1 regard Ayer's PIIU as oue of the
nioat reliable general rcmixlina nf nur
tunes. Ther have been In uae in my
fuiiillv for aflwilona requiring a pnrca
tlva, and have given unvarying aan.f no
tion. We hsve fiMinrt tliein an exeellent
reinedr for eolda and light fe'era."
X. It.'WiKMliMm, Tort Worth. Tvtas.
" l or aeveral Taara I have relied more
niKin Aver a I'M Im than iin anvtlilng
claa In the medicine cheat, to regulalo
my bowela and tlmas of the ahlp'a erew.
Tiieae Pllla are not aevere In their ac
tion, hut do their work thoroughly. I
have "iwd tloin with gwal ellei for
the cure of rheiiiniillmii, khluey troll
blea, and ilvar-aia." ('apt. Mueller,
8l.ioio.hlp Felicia, New York City.
I have found Ayer's Cathartic Pills
tnbna better family medtelne forrom
moil uae than anr oilier pdla wiihlu niy
knowlmlge. They are not only vary
effective, but aa(s and pleaaant to take
-iiiallliee whirh nmat make I hem
Valued fir Ihe public." Jules llaual,
Perfumer, Philadelphia, Pa.
Dr. J. 0. Ayer A Co., Lowstl, Mass.
Hold by all lalra la Medklaea.
1. T. Wmlth.
It. M Mul. r.
KaoM-t U WtMMlran,
u. II lunula,
r. T. smile,
U H. Villi. ma.
A. J. Vaualum,
IvM IV ll.,
flrlas aile Mala.
The laical styles in hglit colored IWhya,
all rolora. young genta nobiiy hilk Dreas
and iKrl.y" llata, Meiaon'a line N((l and
lerbv llata in all adoryboV and thild
ren's'CniKll I'lotli and rTljaw llata, gi-nts'
C rti-li Hals in all coiors, shapes and
grades, from "' lo
Msii" Coiisi.2111 Main St..
The only practical Memphis llallur, under
Saawl (aa Canalaa.
Tlie Hon. K R. Cox. tho witty debater
snd powerful champion of Iemncracy,
will lecture at the Memphis Theater lues
ilny, April lit, at 8 p.m.
rw .tery SJInai.
Fuller A Alxihrook, H Monroe street,
,ru preperixl lo furnudi you a hsmlsome
team lor a drive or lo sileud the rac.
Ik. MeM.plila Iraak Saetary, SI Slain,
Have Ihe largest lino of trunks, vail s
snd h ind s.itchel in Ihe city, winch they
Will sell at the loweat prices.
Lsiuaa' rspe rolisrs a sian-ialty st Mem-
his Meam laiumlry, Tl Nnnd street.
hsiicii oflice III Msdiaon sln-eL
Let T. M. lislhrvath, No. 10 Madison
Street, rent your houses and collect your
F. I:. Uuler.
W. W. AUiUrook,
I . W Jollier,
I. II. Hel-kWL.
'. W i.rv,,
J. 1. w.-a, r.
J. N Kuie u,
J f. Sal),
W S. Iiroorn.
II. H. Haiuacr,
II. K. I aioi'Hi,
M f, IVar-e,
It. i. t. Uarn.
N-veral liats were not turuod in as iIksm
holding them Were not lu attendance.
Two gnat etiemiea Hood's Haraniarlla
and Impure bliaxU 1 he hitler la u .lerly do
fedlcd by the peculiar inciiiclue.
Tty Were All Itrawatl
Ft. It is, Mo., April 2d. As Mrs. A.
II. Lucas, of Carthago, Mo., acroiniianied
by her Iwo daughters and hired man,
were attempting to ford a swollen creek
two miles below that city In a wagon Inat
evening tho ruahing water carried the
whole otitllt down tliu raging stream and
all the peupl" ss well as the horwea were
drowned. None o' the bodies had been
rvcovercd at lat accouiils.
k.alllla4 la ins Ileal.
All ere tntith-d to ths best that their
money will buy, so every family should
hsve, at once, a bottle of the beat family
rvmcdy, Kyrup of Flga, to cleanse the eyalem
w hell roelivs or bilioua. Fur ssle In 30 cent
ml SI.00 bottles by sll leading riruggiats.
hkk nadaae and n-llataall Uia U.nl.la IneV
At ut U a k.lleoa ak.la ol Hi n. .nch aa
lnrUf. Nuat, Prnlua Imlra aO.-e
t:t. I'alala b eeia. . WSiK Uirnoat
muattakw iua La bv a aLuva U aanu.
naa tarka, .t t 'ertar'a Lllll Llw Mia aes
equally laMia omIih'" -e.c-irtn, ana pfa
:tllng lhi.ae-Hylnaeomplaiiil ablla lh-y alee
Mmrl all lilni ( I hallomarh llnnUla Ilia
I ver aad nyuaii Uia Uow.la. Lt-a U Umj aaly
A.'tw Ikaf ai.alS tw atonal prlaal Mia rana wks
an fl -r ffealhla JiiHrarliiacin.llal; balforla
t.'y th'.rfo.lrS..B 'llid i,-ra.n4llea
vhaMMlrr lhaa vlll S4 lha IlllW trtllanla
aSlelM Mabir war. IWi o.T U "t U
Uaa tadaanLuallk-at. tut aflar aU auk haa4
Utkabaaaofeemaar Uraa Uat kara la hra
vamakeaaraTMllwaai, Ov flUa taf II kil
aUan do eat.
t iita'i l.lllU Um HI" era vary aaiall a4
r aaaj lata.. Oaa mt fllla etaka a 4m.
IV t aia alrvUf eaa-aiiia an 4 in n a'lpa or
i.m.a. tatkT Uftrit ittoartua alaaaa all rka
haalkam la alal.al Menu Sra tar II. Suai
tf Sruiwuta a.i f wtara, r aaul t? a4.
CAIUI MEDICINE CO., Mas Verk.
ensll KL M ',?- M Ma
Blisttered nerves, tired
brain. Impure blood,
debtUtsted system, all
are, thV natural out
come In tho Spring. A
mtxUcloe most b used,
sad aolhlng equals
Patne's celery Com
poonl We kit others
praise us you cannot
help beUovlng a disin
nrtmdler-oeneral W. 1. Srernlear, Bnrllnos
ton. VU, wrtuwi "I bafo Used l'aliie's celery
Compound on several taTusons, and slways
with benefit Iju aprlng, fteliij very much run
dnnn and di bUIUUed. I oomineneed hOdug IL
Two bot tles mailo Bis reel Uk a naw man. As
a general tonia and spring moulolno 1 do not
know ol Its equal."
1 have used two bottles of your Palnel
Celery compound, and It tins siren entire ant-
Islacuoa ss an appetiser and ciimu puruier."
T- la SaaMaa, Watertowa, Dakota.
Is nmrrtbed by physlclnna iwomraended by
drufrirtala, endurKotl by lulatatera, pralned by
uira,uit guamuteod by Uia inauuiaeturers,
aa s sprtnit ruedleins which wlU do aU Mint Is
claimed fur It. l a' ll this spring, and sue bow
quickly ll tones you up.
Purifies the Blood.
Fun accounts of wonderful cures made by
Polntta (Ylery Compound iifti'r nlber niiiUclm s
and the taxi ptirHlcuiua bad lalled, sent tree,
Tliere s ooililng Uke lu
fi.oo, 8U for t-vos. Pruinrlata.
Waua, Ricaiansos A Co., Burlington, Tt,
IT IS EASY TO DYE WITH DIANOHD DYES nJ2.
Commencing Saturday, April 20, Ending Tuesday, April 30
$20,000 in Slakes and Purses
GIVEN BY THE CLUB.
Five Races Each Day, Including Stooptochase and Hurdle Racing.
AdmlB3lon to Grand Stand and Paddock, $1.00. Ladles, 6O0.
Tho East End Dummy Lino and Memphis and Charleston Railroad
furnih ohoap and rapid transportation dlroct to the track.
Tickets for Bale at I. Siunolaon &Co.'a Olirar Palace. No. SlOMalrl
etroot, oppoulte Peabody llotol.
GIIO. ARNOLD, President.
J. II. Rniiis, Secretary.
WM. JACK & SONS
POTTERY and GLASSWARE
IN ALL OIIADK3.
We control Messrs. IJaddook & 60. odobrated Kntfllh Iron Btonej
China. The best and enly reliable ware made.
We) carry the) largest atook.
WR MAKH THH LOWEiT PRIdtlH. ortDKRS SOT.IOITFID.
JARVIS-CONKLIN MORTGAGE TRUST CO-
Capital Paid Up, 81,500,000.
Makes Loans on Improved Farms In Tonnossoo, Mississippi and Ar
kansas. Also on Improvod City Proporty. , The Highest Market
Prloo Paid for State, County, Township, City,
School and Wator Bonds,
Office: Room 2, Cotton E xchange Building
E. WITZMANN & CO.
WEBER SH KNABE
PFIXTJ KOIt CATAIJtlUKS.
221-223 SECOND STREET, - MEMPHIS. TENN
MARTIN WALT & CO.
FOR THE SALE' OF ALL KINDS OF COUNTRY PRODUCt
248 FRONT SFREET, .... MEMPHIS, TENN.
RPFF.lt FXCF. -fin. nss, !! o Crumears. H. O lrs k Co
ix w. rtr.
r. b. niaHoii.
FLY, HERRON & IIOBSON,
Wholesale Grocers and Cotton Factors.
Na S22 and 324 Front Stmt Memohls. Tenn
New -Memphis Jockey Club !
NINE (9) DAYS
JOHN E. RANDLE& CO
Architectural Iron Work,
I It UN Mid HUAHCA8TINnp,r)TroN l'UIOMM,
I'l li.mn, biiAnu, l.ie.
A TLAS ENGINES AND BOILERS.
ELLITHORPE AIR BRAKE COMPART S ELEVATORS,
blUAM HI MfS, M AC11IXKRY MJlTLIttn, Ktc.
General Repair Work Done Promptly.
SHOPS. OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE,
SLCOHD STREET, PR Oil KARKET TO fflSCHESO
Porter & Macrae
300 Front Street, Momphis. Todil
T1I0S. II. ALLEN & CO..
Cotton Factors ""i Commission Merchants
Have fc'o N0. 8 MADISON STREET.
lilchnrd IT. AUon Se. Oo.,
BAKKalUf anu cirrruit COMMISlOX iiEHcuirr
II uii U UruM ltn.1 Kav York.
J. M. XNM'KERY. II. & WILKIXSOX. HENRY BANKS k. WU.KINHOM.
DOCKERY, WILKINSON & CO.
Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants,
No. 360 Front Street, Up-Stairs, MEMPHIS, TENN
T V TJ F.H MAPIO IV PAHtr.
& ft wrta.
& L IPICKR.
W. & DO lit
Ths Cutliollc Coiikkm at VU-nns will
oK-n on lli '.Tlh iuaunk Thcra will b
IIkw HAM1 1'ilm curs bilious aui l nur
Mauiaaaorl kftt BOUT A BRO.)
ATM MMOTIS T
No. 330 1-2 Second 8U Memphis
,r ln an "mnr'aaa Wan ,b4 M
toll aara an4 (aak.la, Vrn4 aakaaj m4
artaJ Nviialarli vraaaa T
Z. N. ESTES & CO.
(BCOCEHBOUB TO tOTKH, DOAM kCO.)
"Wliolesalo Grocers and Cotton Factors
Mot. II 1-2 ind 13 Union Street. Memohli. Tenn.
JONES, 1IDI& CO.
ud imricraiM u
40 Union Street. Hemphia. Tena
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THIS ELEGANT PLACE
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NEARLY ELEVEN ACRES
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BRICK DWELLING HOUSE
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Oaa-QaaHar f aah, Italaaa Onm, Ta aad
Tbra Taara lalaraal, KM a lar Caai.
a IMiniHl I'ajimMla.
Bubaorlba for tbe Memphla Waakly
AppetvL 11 pnr yoir.
Otto Schwill & Co.
GRASS AND GARDEN SEEDS
Onion Beta, Bead Oats fried PoUtoaa, Tennaaaae O arm an Mlllat.
WkolttaU Anu for D. M. Frry Co.'a O.rden Stidi. Send for Our Prlca Lilt
309 FRONT STREET. - .... MEMPHIS. TENN.
J. A. EalLIT.
J. A. BAILEY & CO.
Phim1;ors? Goods, Fino Gas Fixtures
33(1 SECOND STREET MEMPHIS. TENN.
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Merbilt Insurance Co.
No. 3 MADISON STREET,
NOS: 30a and 304 FRONT ST.. MEMPHIS, TENN.
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MALONE, CHAPMAN & ELDER
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IIATS, CAPS ANJ3 STRAW GOODS
LADIES' TRIMMED HATS,
833 MAIN BTIUSJ3T, ...... MEMPIII3, TM W
Vurioty .Agricultural AVorks,
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Warehouae and Cotton Tnicka, Moun, BH1?a and Steamboat Iroa
Work. ato. Enfinea and Machinery Repair.
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HENRY LOEBS NEW STEAM LAUNDRY
4,1-4,3 V MONROE V STREET. .t
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