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THE MEMPHIS APPEAL: WEDNESDAY. APRIL 24; 1889.
SILVER MOON BAKING POWDERS
Thin "Silver Mooa" Baking Powder, which has been manu
factured by us aud used In our Retail Department for so many .
years before Belling out that Department, Is made only of old,
well known and long tried Baking Powder Material, In which
no Alum or any injurious substanoe whatever is used.
We Give Our Faithful Guarantee to This
t&"lT IS NOT BETTER THAN ALL OTHERS, BUT IT IS A5
GOOD AS ANY, AND WB KNOW IT IS PUltE.
Buy It From Your Own Qrooer. We Soli at Wholesale Only.
THE OLIVER FINNIE GROCER COHP'Y.
MEMPHIS. . TENNESSEE.
BALDWIN KNOWLTON & LAKE
J. O. Fai.ij ling ruturned from tlio East.
Miin. W. O. Davis and daughter Mutlio
liavc gone to Kentucky to sin-lid tho sum
nior. Mkh. F. M. Davis and 9on, from Now
York, and Mr. nnd Mrs. Vallnoo, of Can
ton, (ia., are visiting Mrt. M. A. McCouib,
No. 370 Adams street.
Caw. A. K. Dakiiv, well known in
journnlistic circle, lias arcepted tlio po.il
tion of ruilroiid editor of the Erming .Sa'i.ii
dir. There U no butler huallor lor news,
nnd no whiter penileamn in 1 1 craft tliaa
tbntname A. K. Darby, and Tnc Ari-EAi.
congratulate ttie bcimiUtr upon his an
At the Tenbody: J. M. rVott, Inia
ville, Kr.; T. I). Craighead, Nashville: V.
If. Aikin, J. It. l'ortor, l.ittlo liock: A. 1.
Krewser, Joni'iilxiro, Ark.; (ieo. David,
Louis; C. li. linker, Juisvillc; It. 11.
Oldham, St. 1-ouis; Judge J. It. Moore and
wilo, West, Mia.
At Dnfry'a: (!orgo M. Clark and wifo,
I.itllo Hock; Mine K. II. Harrr, Oxford,
Mias.; MiasLavena llarrjr, Oxford, Miss.;
Mins Alma Wiler, Oxfurd, Mica.; lteete
Thomas, Cartxn Hill; Will Merrill, lukn,
Mias.j M. McKeruie, Holly Grove, Ark;
f. II. Joy, Miariisttippi.
"J. B. Holt, Covincton, Tenn.; I. P.
Freeman, Sycamore, Mo.; Irs G. Hollo
way, Oxford, Mi.; Mn. K. Mann, Now
Orleans: I. C. tavelace, Milan, Tenn.;
W. K llridxeforth. l'leaanl Hill, Mias.;
Arthur Thompson, Helena, Ark.; Lau
rence Johnson, Washington, D. C, are at
At tha Franjuoll: W. H. 1 1. Whiting-,
New Orleana, La.; W. L. McCargo. I'lsu
et 1'oint, Mian.; (I. F. finndors, Hernando,
Miss.; E. D. Lauderdale, llrnando,Miaa.;
J. it. Cummesky, Nashville, Tonn.; T. W.
Moryan, fct. Louia, Mo.; V. J. Spear,
Itybaha. Mi.; F. T. Medley, Itinley,
Mimi.; 1). F. Young, Itipley, Mia.; 8. M.
WalMin, Eudora, Mins.; V. K. Weiaineer,
Hernando, Mis.; Morris Man, lUruii nu
Ma. Adams, rorationtat, Tenn.: Jno.
A. bteale, Tuacuinbia, Ala.; O. Moody,
Tuscunibia, Ala.; Mr. M. M. Dnrbv,
Katetville, Miaa.; Worlh Duncan, i'aria,
Tel.; O. J. Dcavoura, (larksdale. Mis.;
Hon. K a Cox, I). C: M. F. Collier. I'o
caliontug, Ark.: W. F. Itaincy, I.ula, Mis.;
Us 1'owbII, Holly SpriuKS, Mi.; W. &
Clark, llolly Spring, Mi.; C. W. Jabina,
Utile Itock, Ark.; & li. Craig, Cvltoo
l'luiit. Ark., are at (jaaton's.
PITKIN O. WBIOHT,
JournaJlat end WrIUr.
N'ewapaM'r artUlm of all kinds written,
letters, eaaaya, reporw, circular, elc,
written or arranged for publication,
tywrcliri preparwl, dewripUve articles,
adverliaemeuia, local notice; any kind of
article, from love-letter to a challenge,
or from a sermon to a tlienter party writ
ten. All communications strictly con lb
di-flll. Addn-aa,careo( busineM ullice of
either daily paper.
LATER TUAN TUI LAT-9T.
rchtdule Vt Louisville A Naabvlll and
Pennsylvania. Boad to New York.
Morning Train leaves Meniphia at
0 30 a.m., arrive in New Yoik aeconJ
day at 8 a.m.
Night Train Leave Memphis nt !;.'0
p.m., arrives In New York second day at
4 p.m., one hour and tidy minute quicker
than any other lino.
Weeping car connections mad through
on morning train. Night train carries
I'ullinan VetibulslueH)r through to New
York without cbango.
f.11. 0 for tho round trip. Tickets sold
April -tl, 27 and 28, good returning until
hlifping car necommodMllon reserved
in advance. OMice. 312 Main sireeL
Jont A. tcoTT, Ticket Agent.
Citonoi 11. Mi Lxak, I'aswnger Agent.
LAFAYETTB fAIt UOTKL,
PU Lout, Mo.
To fumllle viailing loul would
moinmend th above betel. Ilia leau
tilullv situated optxiaitn Ufnvette Park,
and Is the beat kept family botol in tit
to . li. T. K.
Fancy Groceries In Memphis. Give us
call and be convinced.
Uooumah A Cii rata ill,
341 Main street.
Fi'tx Dreaa r-hirU a specialty. Finish
eoual to new. Meraphla bU m laundry,
S.4 Kecond street, lkanch otllce, 81
Tfc ril Traak t e ry, Malau
Have the largmt line of trunk", valises
and hand satchels In the city, which they
will sell ai lu lowest prices.
Ikhcri your gin-house In the Chitons'
I-suraiice company, No. ii Madison alreeb
Tollcemnn Tliomjxion had tho mtsfor
tnno to loeo M out of Lia iiotket, tbreo
The niuaicnl aoirco and Ice rrenm and
strawberry fcativul announced to be given
on Wednesday night by the I-adios' Aid
Society of KL l'utrick'e Church and tho
Davitt br.tnch of tho Iriah National
League, has tieen postponed until Thurs
day night, April '.'i.
TDEFMEN, ATTENTION I
W Ar Bdquartr
For the very finest Imported Cigars to l
Iind in till country. o receive ireatt
khinmenta weekly, direct from Havana.
We are headouarters for all ltucing and
Buacball new, In Inct wo have everything
to intcreat you. We also aro tuMown
heaitnuarb'r for Riice Ticket, which vou
can conveniently purchnio from us at tho
aunio limo you buv your t ignr.
L tAMEUX A Co.,
aiO Main Street.
"Seats all ild" was announced early on
yoatorday from the Malusireot ticket ollice
of the Memphis Thcalor, but people kept
on buying standing room at the same
price for tonight's performance of "Cricket
on the Hearth" and "tand Mo Fiv Mul
ling" by Mr. Jclleraon, who will imper
sonate Die characters I itlcO I'luinDur nJ
Mr. (Joligbtlv. Tha audienco wilt b one
of the lurgl of the season, if not the most
lualuonabla. Mr. Jellursou noeUs no Intro
duction to a Memphis audience, whom bo
ha amusel many a time ami oft lu post
anasona. Tha amusement will close a. lor
touighl'a entertain men L
Loxnox, April 21 This was tho aocond
day of tha Manclieater l'-astcr steeple
chase and hurdle rac-. Tha race for the
ubilee handicap burdle race of 1,000 soV'
erclgns, two uiiliw, was won by Sir C. liar-
topp s five-year-old Tho Tyko.
This was tho flist day of tbo Epsom
spring meeting. Tha race for the teat
metropolitan stake (handicap) of 20 sov
ereigns each, with 600 added, for three-year-olds
and upward, about two mile
and a qusrlor, wa won by a length by
Mr. Noel Fcnwick a Ovo-year-old bmwn
honw TiwapherneM, by Xvnophon out of
Tha race for the W cstmlnstur stakes for
2-year-oM, five furlong, was won by
1oM lierard a Uverveen.
The sreat Hurrer Laiidicnp for 3-vear-
old, five (urlongn, w won uy J. .Ham
mond's at hymrdiorien.
1 he rsce lor the Ilolinwood 2-roar-oM
slake, (We furlong straight, was won by
. Low a "Mar ol f.nn. ' .
H. MeMaaiava). R. i I'nUw Ktreet,
II us lust received a large and carefully se
lected spring atock, ail of the latest do
signs, which bo will make up lu suit at
rranonahlu price. rocial bargain for
A ltrge Wager.
A gentleman was heard to wager rne
thousand dollar last evening that the
celebrated Jersey Tobscro would win lb
day and beeonm the mot popular g"0"'
maiio In the united Mate within onn
vear from data. The Mcnirhi drocerv
Company are solo agent for Memphis.
A cull meeting of the Hoard of Managers
of the Women a Kxchango tomorrow
(Iunradayj at 11 o elork a.m.
Mil. T. J. lUiuiil ,
W. H. T. II.
Fancy Groceries In Memphis. Give us a
call and be convinced.
Goodman & Cn rrv nii.i,
lit I Main strovt
No. 81 aud 81 Madisos STnxrr,
IkCpairing and Iluildiiig Fine Vehicle,
Da. Moia Adam, of Kb r lia, Mi.,
baa opened a denial olllc on corner Main
and Union streets, on same floor with Dr.
Lamm' cape collars a anecialty at Mem
phis Meant 1 undry, .4 becond street.
liranch ollice 81 Madiaon etrocL
Mrmpiiis Pieam Carpet Cleaning aud
Renovating Woiks, 220 lal street. Tel
Attsnd the Cigar and Tobacco Pale
this morning st 9 . W. 8i 4 Main street,
Svaaciuai for Tus Wiii.lv ArriAk,
WAIT TILL WE GET HOME.
A MAN. BY THB NAM- OK JONE3 DO
ING Memphis up.
Unlea Reports Ar Chantred Prattv
Boon the Old Eebol Tell Will Go Up
Atlanta and New Orleans Win Amer
ican Association Qamos,
Special Wapitcb to The Apioal.
Ciiattaxoocia, Tenn., April 23. Chnt-
tnnooga won today's game from Memphis
with, immls down, ratternon, a new
pitcher, was put in the box and held tho
locals down to threo runs, but was roliovcd
by Jones, who hold thorn down to two
runs. Caasady for tho vinitors waa batted
freely. Tho visitor did not play their
full strength and tho locals employed them
at every point, Chattanooga's now
pitcher, l'ondergraut, lias not yet shown
up, and Uoflord will probably fill tho box
tomorrow. Today a is tho third ganio won
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Summary: Famed runs Chattanooga,
7; Memphis, 6, Two-base hits Colgan
ppeor I, taaaaily 1. lhreo-buso lilt
Caasady 1. Homo run Smith LCnasndy
1. Ikiuble play Miller to l.ilx 1.
Rolen bane Miller 1, McCoy 2, Hpoer 1,
Litx :i, Tonhey 1, Jones 1, Diignn 1, Zci-
herl. Hruck out Hy Casaady 0, Jones
2, Patterson 2. Haao on balls Casaady M,
1'atterson 2. FuswhI bulla Kiddlo 3.
Umpire HuniL K-orvr Ford. Time of
gmuo Two hours.
Atlanta ia. Hirml-taaaa.
Ppertnt Hbitch tu The Apal.
Atlanta, tia., April .:t Atlanta won
today in flrat iuning. llirumighain put
Turner, a young Atlanta boy, In tho box
and after tlntt iuning ho pitched an excel
lent game, Tho acoro tells tho story of
the game. Tho special feature was tho bat'
tery work of Pender and Hoeneman and
the aocond b.we play of Newman's.
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nummary: Rise hits lloneman Key,
Struck out I'eudur, i; lurnor, i. lui
CharlMloa . lHvw 4rlM
HMwUU lllrb to III AiaL
Ciii.rrr!, K, C, April 2t For the
third timo tho Kca Gull wcot down lie
fore the Pelican today. Hie locals were
truck by a regular Bamoart eyclono and
did not accm to know what hurt them.
Two hour were consumed In the nine
lnuing,aad when tb game wa called,
core was 0 to 1. The aea birds were broken
all to piece. Tiling went very well up
to the slxlh inning, at wbjch Interesting
stage the game stood 1 to L Then tbe
cyclone came In the acventh. The Peli
cans put on their batting clothe and tho
8e Gull succumbed to the gale. Five
runs were made, principally by heavy
slugging, and tho locals novsr showed up
again- Following la the
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Hiiinmarv: Karnl rim Charleston, 1;
New Orleans, 2. Two-baafl hit Murray
I. Total bono hit Charleston, 4; Now
tlrlean. . First biiao on ball Charles
lull. I: New Orleans, 4. I-c!t on base
I liarleston. 7: New rlr-aii. II. Mrui k
i.nt I'v llennea.v. : Peliv. U. Paimid
l.alla-Whalen, 2. M.le 1. Wild i-ltchea
Hennevy, 2. Ihiuble plavs Heiinessy
and lraii1erberir. Timn of 040102.00.
AMI Bit A A)0 IATieJ.
I Inrlnnall . i lr.
Ci! ixsati, O., April 2J.-The Cincin
nati won a bard fought ten Iuning
game from Kan City today. The
batting wa vory light but the Cincinnati
t- fortunate In bunrliltig thulr lilla.
r run k lu ll, a local umpire, officiated and
much fault waa found with hi work. The
iiehiinir of Heard and Manning were the
features, hcore: Cincinnati 7, Kaw
lalavlll V- -
Trr laviLI.I. KV.. Alril Iml
a defeated her today by Hndoo'a fall
nr Intl. bos. He wm hit freoly from
theaecoud Inning. F.rror by Ht foula
lulla d out the score. Ilccksr pitched a
aUong game, and culy aevta hll were
irmdo off him. Uoniavillu bad Kerins and
Ehretlu place W lomney and Browning.
and tho Adding wi perceptibly bettor.
Weather fine; attendance about 1,000.
tJcore: St Louia 7, Louisville 17.
Athletic v. t (iiumttii.
Piiiladklphja, Pa., April 23. Colum
bus wont to piooes iu tho first inning to
day nnd the Athletics scored nioro than
enough runs to secure a victory. Tho vis
itors braood up aiierwaril and plaved a
fairly good uphill game. Score Athlolica
8, Columbus 4.
Ilaltliiiure vs. Ilrnoklyn.
Bai.ti.mork, Md., April 2;t. In a pitch
ers' game today tho llropklyna wero de
feated. Horniiiig threw houtz out at the
pluto in the ninth inning and pruvontod a
tie. Tucker made a homo run hit in the
acventh which won tho gamo. tScoro:
Baltimore o, Brooklyn 4.
BUM .I.I.A l ot ).
llomele Rut Kot rrlvwdlra.
Nkw Y'okk, April 2:1 Tho baseball club
is homeless. Gov. Hill today vetoed tho
bill recently passed by tho Legislature to
prevent tho cutting of streets through tho
Polo grounds. Tho Btruggle between tha
property holders In tho vicimtv of tho
Polo grounds and tho friends of baxcball
has been going on for about two years and
tho lovers of sport havo so fur been able,
to prevent the cutting up of tho grounds of
the Now Y'ork club, but tho action of tho
Governor today cuds tho struggles, and tho
iropcrty holders are linnlly victorious.
I'ho mniiagcrs of tho New York club felt
sure they could prevent tho destruction of
tho grounds and accordingly have unulo
no arraugement looking toward new
ground. Thoy have tho clioieo between
etutcn Island and tho Jersey lliilrt.
"WtArs Afraid uT Xullilng.
Nkw Yohk, April President Pay,
president of tho New York club, aaid to
day that lloeton could havo Ward for $ 12,
000 if they wanted him, or any other club
can have him at that price, adding: "Wo
can iiho the sum very handily In our busi
ness." "it is rumored that you do not care to
sell Ward because you aro ufraid ltostou
would thereby becomu too strong."
"Afraid? We nro afraid of nothing,
Boston can have Wurd if they will nay for
M ood and I'ogarijr to III Plnjr.
Pnii.AiixriiiA,Pa., April 2:1. Ou.fleld
era Wood aud Fogarty signed coulracts
today to play with tho Philadelphia club
Atlanta, with her usual luck, soems to
have a lirHl-cluas team.
Fikht Kasemak JIii i.i:hy has been made
captain of tho Charleston team.
Miu Koh A. Sm I'm ha been appointed
ollicial scorer for the Charleston I lub.
Ui.ua will bo tho prevailing color
among tho uniform of tho bouthcru
I-eaguo this aeaaou.
Dihminoiiam will wear blue breeches,
white stocking aud a cream colored shirt.
This will uiuke an attractive uniform.
liiuuiNurUM' short stop, Allison, cap
tured the grand stand at Atlanta bulurday
by a wonderful catch of a live fly, waking
a double play uniiHsisted.
O'Kockkk, of Memphis, third baseman,
mud a doublu play uuwwialod at Chattan
ooga lust Saturday. Is it OMible tbut wo
havo a good third baaemau nt last.
Tin Atlanta nine ha adopted tha uni
form worn by the team that represented
the Gatel'ity in thoalim prodswional In
tunttule lA-ague last aenmin. It t princi
pally of gray and similar to tho Now Or
leans rig of loot year.
I'll ijt i tut nt W iiabtom has heard from
the umpint, and all of them have re
turned their contract algned, at the cor-
lected stipulation of ligure, f 2. a inoiith.
Tho Ptcaidenl ho teletrraphod tho men
their alignment, ordering them to rcMirt
at the dillereut cilie In timo for
the opening game. Jleaeh went to
Atlanta, whero Liriulngliain played; Nulli
van to Charleston to olliciale In the New
Orleana-Charlcaton game, and Hurst to
ChattaiKK.git, w here tho Momphlan make
their first upM'iirunee.
Avlr to Molbor.
Mr Wlnstosr'sKsiiblTis Fvmp slmuM slwtta
UfttMl liir blhlrra lio'ililiix. Il uiMik Hik rMM.
siiltMia Ihi Kitms, llat all rain, runs wlml pnlia,
and la Um Iwt n iuail) lor li-nl x'si Ulll
III frr Telegram.
I'lTTMU'H'l. I'.. April sU-Ulver i lert and
fall. m Waalbar clear.
CINCINNATI O. April It -RlvE feet I Inrhr
Oil hilii. Waal'ii r clear.
CAIItO. Ill , April ta.-lti-rT2t)t Ineliei aud
rl.lnt. V,aUil clear sn.l oariu.
KVANHVII.LR. Ill'l . At.rll it-IUrer 17 Ire I I
lorbra and (allln. vt at bet clear.
UiLIhVII.I.E. Kr-, April rt-lllr-r l.lllnt.
lib loo 4 lifhca on lb lalla, ate I lacii
lm ba In Uta can. I. WiibrrrUiran1 cml.
kolilN.-4iM-At Frl.r I'miiiL Miss.. Hun.l.r. Ai.til
21, ISWl, Luol.tH 1'., Ho ill ll, H. Hnblua.111.
llOSAMONI-AI r'.i'lrii'. Nn. Court ilrcH,
Tn.-l. April 'A Is", ai o i l' p in . In lb
rear ol bl... Her. lista H'o.noxu.
I'uarral will Uk pla.) Imia reablcne Dili
(Wtl)NDAT) llcrn.-.n al locl.x-k. Friend. o(
tha lamllr IiitIioI to ailrn.l.
I.OIM1K NOTI' l.aj
"tllll KAHAW UllHiK Nn. 44. K. Ur V.
j 1 ha nniiTP. ami iiir..il"H Kill lo I i
Ihi. IIUIiNK-KAll l.Hlil. A.rll 'ill
vw. ai I'a.il Hall, crie r l A.U.i.i an il
HttviiHl .1nia ovf hiuiii" I . ..--. I lis II.
II. 1. II m mm Pill U.i'k in Ilia HUM
llank. Vlalllng a.lllKliic..fl.all)r llivllt
Hriietrr " I psium, V. t.
l. WNrrenVB. K il II A
MRS. K. A. SLOAN
Mllllaarr, ln.a toakln. Trlmmlag,
Ml NAM II AIR Al rANrf .!,
x.Z;11a v-' ' Kr: V l
Ot.V, -r. :?
: .. . r .o
WORTH knowing is that Mood dis
ease which all other remedies fall
to euro, yield to Ayor'a Snrsaparllln.
tion of this state
ment comes to
band dally. Even
KV'7f UQb doop-sented
Vv' 4, aud stubborn com-
. g JL, F - . .1 I'miuia ttn avut'ii-
V8! inatlsm, lthiuima-
J -Ih Vitlo Clout, aud tlio
TlIS fry '"l0' are tliorougli
IJeT.IKJM ,y eradicated by
T i t:TV VAT-l .1.,1-fnl atliimlli-n.
Mra. It. Irving
Podgo, 110 West
lJ.Mli street. New
York, cerlllle.8 :
" About two yeom ago, after auiTerlng
for nearly two years from rlieiiiuatla
gout, being ublH to walk only Willi great
(lUeoinfort, and having tried various
remedies, Including mineral waters,
without relief, I saw by an advortlso
tueiit tn a Chicago paper that a man hud
been relieved of tills distressing com
plaint, nfler long auiTering, by Inking
Ayer'a HiUHnpnt'illA. I theu decided to
make a trial ot this medicine, and took
It regularly for clglit inouilis. I am
pleased to any that it eltectcd a coin
jiluta euro, ami thai I have sluoa had lu)
return of the disease,"
Mr. L. A. Stark, Nashua, N. IT.,
write: "Oun year ago I wa taken III
with rlieiimatlain, In'lug contlned to my
bouse six innutlis. I ciitua out of th
alcknes very much debilitated, with no
appetite, ami my system disordered In
every way. I commenced to us Aver'
Sarsnparilla and licgun to Improve at
once, gaining In strength and aoon rtw
covering my usual lienllh. 1 cannot any
too much lu prulso vt this wttll-kuowu
"I have taktn a great deal of merit
el no, but nothing ha dona mu so
much good as Ayer'a Hitraniiarilln. I
felt It tienellelal cIToils bclnro I had
qiiltn llnlshed one bottle, and I can
freely testify that It I the Ix'.t blood
inedielna 1 know of." L. W. Ward, Sr.,
Or. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mais.
Pile. 1; all boUaa,. Wortb 1 a bottla.
STOP, START AND FLYBACK
GOLD Hunting and Open Face
SILVER-Huntlng and Opon Face
C. L. BYRD & CO.
MAIN AND MADISON STllKBTS
Bubaorlbo lor th MomphU Wuckly
1 o e
2 tO h-
"50 Qp b r I
P S dj ?' gg j
THE JET PALACE
WITH THE LATEST INNOVATION.
GOLD WATCHES GIVEN AWAY!
EVERY SATURDAY I WILL GIVE AWAY A LADY'S SOLID GOLD STEM-WINDING WATCH.
Every Purchaser of Even ONE DOLLAR'S Worth of Goods Entitled to a Chance.
Uy roods are first-class in every respect, and I guarantee every piece that leaves my estab
lishment Yet they will be sola at the very lowest prices.
No, 301 Main Stroot, : : : Memphis, Tenn.
wT C-rtfori bl so-! rsonlTw Mm ttUon m In pren.J
ORGILL BROS, & CO.
313 AND 312 FRONT STREET, MEMPHIS.
Avery Cotton Scrapers, Mitchell Cotton Scrapers
Randolph Cultivators, Side and V Hirrows,
.HANDLED AND EYE HOES
THOMAS HAY RAKES
DESJARDINS, MILLER & HAWKINS
394 & 393 MAIN STREET, - - MEMPHIS, TENN.
STOVES AND TINWARE.
AGENTS FOR JOHN P. MANNY MOWING MACHINES
Chloftaln Hay Rako, Bannor Planter, Oampboll Corn Drill,
Door and Window Screens, Galvanized Poultry Netting
Lawn Mowers, loo Oroam Freozors, Handlod and Eyo Hooa.
OAHItUdlW AND IIMINKSS.
fur His Newal Hlvlfs, for Lar,; Aaanrtmrnt. fur Ilia Wry Uot Quality, for All Ftylfs, from
llugi:y lo IjiiiiIhu, for Kino llaiupv, fiujlo or loulila, for tlio lo-.t H.a-onsblr Frirra,
Go to W. S. Bruco & Co., Monroo Stre
, t. l it host, toss oat.-, w. r. ainxEaV
riaaiaaaa. TWa PrMldaak aaara,tar.
INOOHPOH ATE D.
Lemmon fl Gale Company,
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS
GMIM'S FBMlSflfflG GOODS,
Nos. 329 and 323 Main Street, Memphis, Tenn
W II. Mi HIM.
H. U ULtKIMiktiML
I'ltsTaVlUatSllKl) 1-tO-J. INCOIH'OUATKI) 1HH.
George Arnold Company,
Deahrs in Railroad and Levee Contractors' Supplies.
3G1 Front Street, Memphis, Tenn. .
GEO. ARNOT.P, fWI. I. f-Kll.AItl. Vli IWl J. J. O ATE. rWI'jr anj Trras.
W. O. H.YNX. C. If. IiaWAUM. A. A. AllNdt.U.
Hill, Fontaine & Co.
Cotton Factors and
200-208 FRONT STREET. MEMPHIS, TENN.
HILL, FONTAINE & CO.
Gotfon Factors, Commission Merchants
No. 110 SOUTH MAIN 8T- ST. LOUIS. Ma
Ol ttfaifri.f lit l.
1M a. i-.s A. M. fcijd's Hoaa
NO. 318 FRONT ST., MEMPHIS, TUNN.
(Pouhla, and S.'ngleX
All Stylos. All Kinds
r. pen Arc iv
Of t ,lantaj a) H..laa,