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THE MEMPHIS APPEAL: f FRIDAY. APRIL 20. 1880.
80ME SCENES FROM THE NEW YORK
. REFORM CLDB'8 GALLERY,
Strange Reading for Honest Citizens
Bow the Criminals and Roughs "Run'
an Election "What Are You Golni to
Do About It?"
Froui (bo New York Evening Post.
. . On April 10 connnont on tho annual re
port (or 1S88 ot tbo City Iteform Club woa
. inniiu in tho editorial columns o( tho Lim
ing I'vl. Aii account of tho actual stnto
of things ia some qiiRrtcrs of the city at
, election time will be of painful interest to
rcputublo citizens of New YoJk. The fol
lowing passages aro from pp. 0-19 of tbo
In 18S7 tbo detectivet took lo l,iiiRS In
chimp houses in the llowery nml ruiniiined
there until after thn election. In the char
acter of trumps or other impecunious cili
tens, they uiinjjlej with the bar-room
crowds nml picked up such inforuiiilion ns
they could tind. They discovered that tho
comuiniicttt method of fraudulent reinter
inu and voting was thin: Upon the days
of registration, won hired for tho purpose,
chitlly ciiminals and loafers, went about
from ouo registration place to another, rcg
iotjrinitineHch ouo under falso names pre
viously aatiyned to them. Very many of
these (also names wero registered as be
longing to inon living nt the addresses of
cheap Bowery lodging-houses. It was ar
runKod .thut If any inquiry were made as
to n particular name, the report at tho
house should bo that a man of that name
lived there. Upon election day men em
Tloyed for the purxwo were hired to voto
upon tho IuIho 11 nines, each man having a
carefully prepared lint of tho names Ukiii
which ho was to vote. It is intercstinix to
uhservo tho abnormally Inrp) proportion
uf very siinplo names without iniddlu let
tes conLiiiie.l in the registry lists uuder
soinc Btreet numbers. It would not do to
burden tho memory of tho worthy citizen
who renters or votes fraudulently with
tidddlu initials or Kus.ii.ut names.
Itcsidos tlnso re),'iilarlyor.inirod frauds,
many sporadic cases occurred. A man
would register two or three times under a
many names in the hope of selling eneli
of tho votes thus secured. A number of
these tramps formed themselves into a
club, tho Cob Duck Club, afterward as
tuiiihiK tho name of tho John J. O'ltea
gun AKCM'ijtion, uniler the leadership of
Col. 1 lushes. Tho col ncl mailt) b"ls in n
lmli-iiiK liou.io at a week during tho day,
but in Iho evcnini; ho became a leader of
men. When the colonel organized Ids
club with some thirty tramps and "bums,"
be delivered a ringing spoech. He mid:
.Now, boys, we mu.it s'und sliaul.ler to
boulder, an' inarch fer Smith, Hughes
tin' reform." Ho then locked his (ones
in and hastened 10 the Cob thick saloon.
whero he raid to Mr. U'lifHunu. "Isn't
that beer ready? 1 can't bold them feller
much louuer, they ro guttiu' thut dusty.
VhereiiHiu a keg was laped in tho back
room, aul tlio colonels men were um
inoned. Tbo colonel hinmeK stood at tho
door of tho m net ii m sanetoruiit in w hu h
was the beer, and incontinently "lired"
Mimiry trump not ineinixm ol ton asso
riiition, who tri-.d to sneak in. Itv such
skillful iimnsgmeut tho nstociution was
.stutilislieil, and, indeed, it grew so much
that in tho Charles Smith purado it ap
peared as a M'parate feature, and was ex-
hurled by tho colonel to "b.-sco tin ttlii
show a bout" in pawing tbo hiker Uollar
Upon election clay criminals and roughs
Intesied the polls, taking chaigu of the
fraudulent voters, und in some case in
timidating resiH-ctablo citix-nt. Many of
thew criminals were notorious, and, well
known aa they were to the police, they
ought not to linvo been permitted to l.ul.'r
about tho Milling placet. In toinu elec
tion distrieU thry mt-med to bo running
(he election, and' m no rssn was any check
placed uikjii lliem. .inoiig iiifwo were
snrli I'lrtiirewiuo riliwns a Tom Nici.lls,
Nino'liugervd iSinitli, Jin.'V MeCartv, Ited
John Sullivan, Kid McMnnn, Idinky
Kelly and (.'rack y McCarly. These men
mid others wero Mill reH'iitisly to take
vnlers into tho K)lls, coino out with them
nud take them to private rooms in neigh
boring saloon. Tho statement of llio de-tertivi-a
khow that the condui t of these
men during election day was such as to
convince any intelligent olwrver thut
l.rdierv was going on iimhi rvery siile,
I hie of tho di'lcclrvcs) reported lis follows:
"Oil election morning 1 went to the
polling place, :!ii lUiyard street, arriving
thero at 11 o'clock a.m. Tom Nicolls, a
i rook, agisted ! 'lied John hullivsn,
Jerry Sullivan, Kid MtM.iiins, Martin
Kirhy anil Jugy McCarly, ad of whom, 1
believe, arc riooL, bad charua of the
Kiihl Klection district in the Interval of
r.srniy O'ltourkn. Cli-rl. Kniiili, the
caudiihite for Assembly of Kighili )is
trict, was around this district in disown
belislf. TIkis u a big crowd early. I
saw the following transaction take place
Jerry hullivnn and 'IW John r-ullitan
were no king the lodgingdionsM; Ix.th of
them would go up into tlio N Iteisor llutcl
(lodging-house) unit bring ilown tho man
who was to vole; they would bo met on
tho corner by Kid McManus. who further
nocstioiied lliein, then took them to Mnr
tin Kirhy, who took tho man In lint ikiIP
tng place. Hayard street, and if hu was
loo intoxicated (which was tho cam very
frequently) to go up the stc to the (suits.
ho was kiiKllv IicIihni up tr tlio two po
licemeu and aerjiei.nl wlio wero on duty
on tho steps, Into the hands ol loin Meoll",
who was iui.idn tho polling place, and
as toon as the man, or bum
bud cast bis voto be wss bustled
out ol the place double quick, droN .1
into Iho arms of Knby, who, in turn,
turned iiiin over to one of bis henchmen,
uencrally 'lied' Pnllivnnor Kid McManus.
who hustled hi:n into tho back risnn of tbo
Kenwmxl House, (lie door of which stood
oen, anil there received tho money w hich
liad I ec n proinlsr.i loin. lollowei) jerry
hullivsn up into tlio linlsor Motel on
morn than wie occasion, and saw hi in sp
priiach men and bold whisixTed ronversa
i. n.... -i.,i i...i K..r....
IIUIIB , tnviii i,.w ,v, . 1,1
would keep a lookout that none
pro.iclied while tho deal was Is'ing made,
(if course I could not Say Hint tin y were
bribing tln-ne men, because I could not
eet near cnoiiL'h to Ihcm to hear ll.o ron
versution, nor did 1 see the money pnid
to them, (r this reason: huuiding outside
thn Kenwood House thn U'lennko crowd
bad live or sis men In wero there for tho
Minxt-o of prfventing nny-oie Irom follow
Sng Kid McManus nr any of the rest of tho
gang who wore taking anyone ID to lnlo
Ihcm. ltaiinrcd as though thn bark
room of this hotel was set aside for the use
of Harney Itourkp s gang.
"I saw Martin Kirbv, who kMs tbo
p.iloon at No. 671 liowiry, band Kid Me
ktatiui a roll of bills at several diih rent
times, who would divido up with 'ltcd
"I went up fo the Twenty-sixth election
district. No. Hazard street, and found
a man limned 'Dig' Tern Sullivan in
chsrgoof llarncy ('Itonrko. This Tom
hulhvan was carrying things wllh a high
bind. Tho Smith section did not dare to
emtio up around this dis'rict nt all. I
never suw anything nor beard anything
like it in 'rill my Itlo, an l 1 cannot lo Ins
tieo to it in willing. Whatever this f-uli
Van said sovmcJ to bo luw bol'i with tl.u
peoplo and police. His heelers would
bring men up to the vicinity of tho polls
and Tom Sullivan would take a bold of
them, and auk thorn the way they wore
going to voto. If it did not suit hiro he
would hustle thorn around the corner, give
them a good talking to, then march them
up to tho poll boxes ami watch him drop
hm ballots, then pull a roll of bills right
under policemen Nog. 1,075 and 48's
noses mid cive tho voter sometimes S'2
and sometimes S3. If a Smith man should
como around, Tom Sullivan would get
hold of turn, bustle him around tlio
corner, ask turn if lie was in his right
senses 'O d d n it, man, if you want
to live id this precinct, rou had better
voto tho way I tell you. Who is tlio only
man who con do anything foryou? Why
Harney O'ltourko ' nml John O'Brien.
Now. go on and voto that ticket or elso
get ready to move out of tho district.' Tom
Sullivan gcnuially succeeded m convincing
tho mint thnt it was to thuir interest not
to oppose Hnrucy U'Uourke. If Tom Sul
livan had nny trouble with any oilier man
around there, or bo could not'imcceod in
capturing sonio man, he would ordor tho
nolico to make ln in movo awav, just ns it
ho was captain, nud tho police flew to
Tho general charactcrof tho men whom
I saw money paid to fur voting wero of the
niiin anil 'tramp tviH, souie ot whom
wero barely nhlo to creep to tho p ills, with
nun una nigs, others were young pick
pockets and thieves. 1 tried to 'rono a
couplo of men whom I saw Tom Sullivan
intimidating, but they did not euro to say
much. 1 fodowed several mnu into dif
ferent saloons whom I thought were in tho
busimsi of buying vo:es, but never could
notice iU 1 moved down ngnin to tho
First l'istrict, and went into the Kenwood
House to we if it wore possible to see into
tho back-room, but found 1 could not. I
was approached by a man ( whom I hnvo
binco discovered ia named William Smith,
alius Muo-lingcrcu Smith, on ex-con vict),
who naked me it I had voted vet. I told
him no. He said: 'What district do you
register in?' I told hitu 1 had not registered
at all. He asked me: 'How was thut''' I
told him 1 had not lcn here in some timo.
He snid: 'Where were you; up the river?'
1 said: 'No: out of tbo State.'
lie then said: 'Well, if yon want
to make a few dollars, I can tell you
how you ran do it w ithout any risk; you
ran voto on another man's namu.' 1 said,
'Yes, and get the collar.' Ho said, '(Hi,
sure you havo beeu around hero long
enough this morning to seo bow things are;
the collars (meaning the police) are with
us; whv, the insiiector is a Itcpublicsu.
the cnpUtin of the precinct is one, and so
is the sergeant, so that you have nothing
whatever lo lear; come on, 1 will get you
the name to vote on; I will go and seo
l oin Nii-olls, bo has charge of it. There is
Martin Kirby and Kid McManus, tiio fol
low who was rollarud for the llrid 'enort
job, and Ked Sullivan. Wo have all dono
our bit; or I will lake you up to Tom Sul
livan. So I walked up -the street with
him, and I asked him who would sec me
through if I got tho collar. He said, 'Why.
ltarney O'Kouiko.' 1 (aid, 'Who is he?'
He said, 'W by, tho man who runs this
preciuct. with John J. (I linen to back
him. Whoever heard of any one that
bad ltarney to their back getting livo
trouble w bo did not soon get out of it7
lint voii need havo no tear, you watclr
bow Tom Sullivan docs it'
So wo stood on tho opiiosite side snd
watched Miinviin lake a man into the isills
and afterward take him into the side disjr
of tho grocorv store on the corner, where,
I suoiKiM. bo got his money. There,
said in. smith, 'that t the way wu ro
.loins it tol.iv. PozMis have gone In on
other men's names. Them is no risk.' I
said: 'Well, I would like to sea this man
O'ltoiirke, and sue it he ia willing to lake
mo out of any trouble 1 might get into.
lib,' bo snid, 'you need not do tlisl; thero
is bis right-hand man, Tom Sullivan, you
run seo w hat ho ran do around h'-re.' He
then snid: 'Stay here a mintito whilo I go
and "0 Sullivan (we bad previously
crotwrd over to the sido whero Sullivan
was); bo saw Sullivan and asked him if ho
had any mimes. Sullivan snid: 'Yes. I'll
hare nouio in a few minute that will be
all right, nodding to me ami returning lo
the polls. South had previously said to
him: 'Well, you will know this mini
again ( meaning me) when you gut tho
licKcIs?' Sulhvansaid 'Yea.' Smiih then
lelii'iied to the other polling-place, No. lltl
llayiird striH-t. 1 rcmainril In the vicinity
of No. Ill) I'.iiyard street, and presently
lorn Sullivan cnniu along ami said to uie:
It will bo worth I to you, but
do exactly as I tell you.' While be was
thus taikinz a in-hi whom 1 had
previously een cyc.ng mo called Sullivan
aauyuud talked to him. 1 stood still
whero 1 was, and when Sullivan came
back in about five niiuut bo said to me.
'You had (tetter sneak. I think you aro a
linkerton man. I said 'What do you
mean, aro you cozy? do I look anything
like one? arid the insn who says so is a
liar, end I don't core who be Is. 'Well.'
be said, 'you had better get, aa some ol
tho bovs havo been sizing you up. I
ssid. 'You ran' I make uio get' Ho
tinned away and went lo tho polls again.
I remained around quite some tunc; then
went around to No. I IK Hester street and
watched (hero a whilo. l't Hickey had
rhargn there. 1 followed several men
into 1' rank Mmle s saloon, on tho cornrr.
but sslliey did there what they did in
Iho Kenwood House (having the use of
tho back room), it was lnixmsililu to see
the transactions going on there. I re
turned to Na IKi JJjiyard street, where I
not into convcisalioii with two youiu men
lis n icd IS'inson and Jack Uoscrs, both ol
whom told ine they bad receivod f
oniiTo lor their roU'S. They ant both
members of the John O'Uoagan Associa
turn, . but who )aid thorn for
their votes they said they did not
l.now the man; but I'enlson told mo bo
was not in the district thirty days, and
thut ho bad Hot intended to vote, sl
though bo bad registered from tho W Hid
sor, but they made hi in. w ho they were
ho refused to say. W hiie I was trying to
ace a littlo transaction that was taking
pine in Iho side cutiy of Iho Kenwood,
Kid McManus must buve been watching
mo, for ho rushed across the street (he
hapMncd to be on tho oKwitn sido st the
time) ami at me Willi Ins shoulder. I leu
against Martin Kirhy and struck him In
Iho stomach with my elbow. Ho gave
me a shove. and so they tried to play shut
1 1 crock with me, but 1 rauio out without
a scratch. This wss about 2 o'clock p.m.
I spent tbo rest of tho alternooit between
tho two olls, and saw the same scenes
being enacted oji ia tho morning, with an
occasional arrest 1 believe altoiiether
there wero eight or ten arrests made.
"It was tbu ino.1t astonishing tuoro of
rascality lo seo the way the police snuhts'd
sr.y rcspcclahlo person (who wanted to go
Into or near tho polling places, but who
bad already voted, while as soon as Kid
McManus or any of Ids crowd made
toward tho door, tho police would step
aside ami make way lor them.
"After the ihsiIs wero closed at No. 30
Ravard street live men were allowed logo
in, It is said, to voto. It wes a general
opinion of the rccctahlo clement around
hero that the way In which this election
had been conducted was most shameful on
tho part of Iho police. Following are the
policemen who did duly at No. 00 Bayard
street: A sergeant on tho steps, and who
gave the Hartley O Itourke sang all tho
show they could; 1'ulicomen Nos, 1,0 "J
I.4K1. I.ILKI; on thesi.lewaik. 2.1 VI. l.TtoH.
h:;'.I. At No. ' Ikiyard street I only saw
tioliccnicii l.iiii and 4H who appealed lo
iclii the O'Jtoiirkn faction."
Other de'.ci lives rc oiled Iho sauio or
t.iuilur l.i tit.
BUSINESS IN THE SOUTH.
SPECIAL REPORTS FROM LEADINO
BANKERS ON THE SUBJECT.
While Tbnre Is a Complaint of Dullness
at the North, tn the South Activity
Was Never Equaled Hopeful Enthu
siasm. rtAl.TlMORK, Md., April 25. Tlio .Vuna-
(irtiircrj' Urmnl, iu this week's issue, will
publish special reports from leading bank
ers all over tbo South as to the condition
of business in their vicinity, stating that
tho viows of bankers wero secured because.
they arc the best poswiblo authority on the
flnuWial condition of business in their sec
tion. Tlio Ilccord says: In tho North thero
Is complaint of dullness. In tho South
activity never before equidod is seen in
every lino of industry. Tlio people nro
not only hopeful, but enthusiastic. Tho
steady progress of Into years bus brought
about a eeaxou of prosperity, ' which has
infused new life into .everybody, and the
whole South ia alive and ut woik. Drones
mo at a discount; energy and enterprise
consoles. Tireless vim nud push are uow
tbo controlling factors in thn South. The
report of hanker scattered from Virginia
to Texas, without exception, toll of great
improvement in business, of activity in
trade and manufactures and of the en
thusiasm which pervades all classes of
citizens, farmers and business men alike.
This is probably tho most uniformly favor
able summary of the condition of business
In an area as great as the souili that could
ever havo beeu made. This prosperity re
sults from these tacts:
In tho South during tho Inst two vears
upward of 10,(KH) new industrial cstnb
li.ihiuents, covering every lino of manu
facturing and mining from making pins to
building locomotives, and tho building oi
nearly ti.OOO miles of railroad aud the pro
duction of tho largeet crops ever rinsed in
this section, which vielded fairly good
Iirolils to t lie farmers, have been reported,
luring Ihew two years the South raised
over H.OJI.tHK) bales of cotton, over l.tHKl,
000,000 bushels of corn, nearly 100,000,000
bushels of wheat und 1(10,000,000 bushels
of oats, tho total valu'J of these and other
agricultural producjt reaching the aggro
galo of upward of $1,000,000,000, or n
averago ot 800,000,000 a vear.
1 ho chin ai ter ol tho reports from tlio
bankers is show ii n tho following from a
few of tlieiu:
The First National Rink of Florence,
Ala., reisirts: "Itu-tincs ou a sound
financial basis and activity unprecedented
in this section, with money easy; thirty or
forty new factories located hero iu the last
First National Hank, Athena, Tenn.,
says that section was "never hcinro bull so
norous, nor outlooH Hall so Halter
ing." Hunters Hank, I'linville, a.. roiort
i'rosocc'.l more promising than ever be
F'ind National Hank. Fort Worth, Tex
s.iy "An era ot unprecedented pi as
perity, and adds thai tlio farmers Hro
jubilant over crop prospects.
nrst National uaiik, Salisbury, is. c.
speaking lor all thai section, nays, ' lieltcr
outlook lhan for twenty years and lcoplo
united and enthusiastic.
First National Hank, Koine, Go., "bus
iness very aetivo and un reining, and iieo-
pie full ot lioie mi l cnthusiiisiu.
vvarr.-n l 'eiKi.it mux, ijiusow, kv
a new era of proaiM-ritv."
Ursl iNational iiunk, icusimrg, aiih..
going ahead w ith marked rapidity.
rirst National HimU, Souili rittshurg,
Tcnti., "satisfictory to iheiuinit snuguiue."
i - - -
IhanfM His MluO.
From ih( IirlniU I'nsj I'r--.
"Noihing for you," said a Michigan
avenuo shoein iker as a tramp entered bis
shop the other day.
The in.iii looked about him for a minute
and then Kit dowu oa a roll of leather in a
'1 can't help you any, continued Iho
shoemaker, as ho gaz ) ii astonishment.
I think you can, soitly replied tho
stranger. U't me put tho case as it is.
I refuse to go out
I'.ui I II nut you out."
You'll try to. You'll geta tvihceinnii.
and wle-n hu comes I shall sjy 1 have tbo
"Hut von luven I.
"Thst's all riudit He'll ring for tbo
ambulance and I'll 1st sent to the hospital.
The ambulance will attract a crowd in
front of your simp. It will las noised
about that it ia a com of cholera. The
mis ts will como out with a scare bead ar
ticle that a genuine case ol Asiatic cholera
lias ileVelotH-d lit lN-tn.it. Then where
w ill your patronage go?
"It will Mill' me.
"To my other shop. Tbo wagon will be
hem in fifteen minutes to movo mo. Hot
ter develop your cholera pretty soon."
ruv. sain ino inner ns nu goi up, i
tbouglit 1 bad you. I'm beaten at tnv
own g.iinn. lion I you aanl lo kick me.'
" hy, yes. I d hko lo lift you once aa
yon go out.
"Ail rigiu kick aw.i).
The sles iniiker planted him one ami
stood in tho disir und smiled.
(.iood-by," said tho n'her, ns bo moved
off. "When I find a man wno rao beat
mn at my own game 1 always cune down
and show my rincc for him. I'll mako
a bit farther down and then come back to
see you. What a team of confidence ojk-
rators we would make:
A rUsk)l t'laaslbsiral.
Ati.axta, (ia., April -'t. Ouo of tbo
honviral rain and had storms ever known
here bcicsn to full at 4.30 o'clock this after
noon. It was a veritable ctoudbuist. At
the timo il bck'nii to (a'l the mcmls-re of
the fire dei.ailiiient Were Inside Iho Jack
son biilldnu. which burned r-nnd iy, and
tlio walls ol wliirlt were still stnnilino'.
l ire bad broken out anion tbo debris and
Iho men wero thero to tit it out. The
storm hurst tillcniy, ami Ii torn they
could ai-t out tho Trior slpft wull fell In
noon them, killing I ireun-n . V, ICach
and Henry llowrll and Iniurinj others.
I Elicit a Isi ly was l-uni'l in a snort lime,
but at 7 o'clock tho others bad not been
reachod. The Ivy it root mission was
l.lnu-n ilimn and roinnlutcl V di-strovcl.
1 ho fi nce ol tlm bawbull ark wai blown
down and buildinji U.iuini;ea lu uiucrcni
.rtsol the city.
Mrs Win'" tomthlni sjrun slinnld atwars b
M t It.r lllltl '"I I''' IIIIIIS II MMt. Ill,' 1-IIM'l,
a.iii'ii 0"- I'on", ailsn all ln. eurra wind r.il(-.
aud la tl.u bt l'im-1) ! dl otli -a. imi a Imiiiw
Aliiamy, N. T., Afril 21. In tho Kn
ate this uiornintf Mr. 1'icrco aaktxl the
irivllcttcs of tbo floor (or tho Hon. Oliver
Mnwnl. ore. enrol tlio I .tna ii.m n n tto.
but Mr. Miirt hy objected, aayliiff that
..,!, .r ilm rules a Irien I of Ins from Now
v,.rb l.s.l Immui reluea a iinission to ino
ii, vesterdsv. and nsi Jo from that be
nldorted toanV couifcsy beinjj cxtcn.le l
I nil W .li.l.nill'HL III U IIIIIIHII tl.'m.
." ' . ... .1 II.. .1-1. L
M. Vriii also thouiiht the fillet should
io strii tly ob'erwd and the "tleis-ndent
itritish crown" accordingly lm 1 no
courtesy extendi"! him.
Ft.s t tlirvrJend Hvsr try Ucttham's I'.lls.
Drs. BETTS & BETTS
CIS Main St., Memphla.
t4? f tTino tm? i?vti-:
MT?Ti TTHTT 3 Pcbtlltri ilusrmnt.irrhn . 9ml
llbaVUlrOnst !, Mat Kmlloi
l-ewurw SW IMHOM. rfinnlriicv,
il nl I leas, lemllnilii,
ot fl'lrlu. Arvrrlon lo
1 om of MeiuurT.
, lon(iHiiitl nl 1
nn wliia ot fplrll
forlrtr, 1bI1t Dln-onr t 1'oniMmo.
Pull, Unless. Pnill fur Shirty i Iluini'. und
IIdiU life- s liimliu, SAVE1.V, l'KHil AKKNTLV
snl PUIVATrLY CCBI.n.
BLOOD AND SKIN
rllilcln Its n-sults, complrmty rnidlrstnl wlthuut
the um ot meivi'iry, Brnifula. Krtlprlsi. frvsr
Hires. Illiitelim, I'lmpl. I'lnrs, I'slnt ln Ilia
llesd and Honrs. SiphUltl" b..rs ThMuit Mmilh
siul Tunsiifi. Caisrrti, sic., I'KUM ANKM'l.Y
( i KKiiViihy oi ui.toi qavi: vaii ku.
TTDTMADV K ulnar snd Hlcvldsr Troulilet,
UrllllillVX WVuk lKuk. Ilurulnar I'rlnv.
rmmrncy ol t'rlimllni. Vrtne litch eolorvJ or
with milk )liueul on tlsuillnii. Uonorrbofs,
oleot. I jriittls. ru-., promptly snl saluly currU.
I lisitn r'SMalla
TO YODSG HEN AUD UIDDLE-AGED KEN.
ACnD'C PTTUP n w,ul elfecu ol
CUltCi liUlVEt Karl Vine, wblib brinin
orvuntc wnakoris dtmylns both nilnJ aud bwljr,
with sll II" drwdful Ills, is-rmnnnllr fared.
riTJQ PTTTTQ AilJrvssi ili.iw who hsvt lv
VSXO. DEjIIO pdmi ihrms-ltrs by lm-
Imtner iDduiirraersand nliury Imblls. which nils
hjiIi body and mind, unillilim ltatm lor kiulufttt,
IuiIt or msrrlsip. .
MAKIIIKU MKN.or Ihiw rntcrliiR en tbiinnppr
life, awaruof phrilcal dotillliy. quickly asttiU-d.
Is b'Sft upon lurti. Hrt Trs-Uial ETprrlrnre.
HoiiiDd Uverv rM) h rtpncLiliy IuiIImI. Unit
UMliK arUht llilr.l Mrdlvihi-s an n-rvd In
our labnmtor eiseily toauit each caas, ihuaaJact
lin nir.n -.li(iul lujury.
mil s itnu poum lor eoleli rated works oa
rbmnle. Nrrvuua and iTIIulo lhaws. Thou
sands rnnsl. A IrltnUly letter or call nay Mrs
vuu f nl ore iii.-nns and tbsma. awd m soidao
yonralo 111. aVTNo 1UM aiuwrrad untr4 ao
cnmssntM by 4i-ents In stanni Addraaor rwll oo
DltS. HETTS & I1KTTS.
ar tirrlCK llol'lls: s A M. Tos KM.
F.rk lira 1s.-1i and rliaali Ika Imnblni tnrt
U nt !( a b lions alito II. ;i-m. surh a
iHiOnMs. Kmws, lravaiM. butrm alU
Ml. nil. l-sln lu IU kl-i. So. Wbda liislr Boat
muarWabl iistM baa ma sliuwa la canug
riM1arba. y Cirtar'a Lulls Liny Pills srs
squally alualila Iu l'iaitil hm. omn and e
t'HUiia OuaauuiiylDfical.Ji.lais. viol" T
rirnil!liU. rd. r"lihl li.lliniiUlllia
losraudnwuUtalbobJWauK U lUcyouly
k ,-ba II. wnabt bo alrl rl".ltaa In Ihsaa ak
sll r IPMHlliMdMlmaiaSf'u 'alnli bilirnrlu
l.,!l itii,ira--Mli'""'l"ra S'S.u.i a,-ri.sMl t.i
ali-ifaoatry lb'" "I" nn'1 I'llbumin
al.laluannisur wamtlial S,rT lll ' b all
bit UiUw Wll Lout tbmi. tint aflrr all sl k bead
U V Un nf a many lUsa Ibst brra la wbsra
vsn.aksmiriircaibuaat. Our plllacura II alula
Oll.ofa d.i ll"l.
I sri.r a Lulls Llr PHW Sra f small and
Stmt TCy to tika. (luanr lW pills makaa d.aa.
Tn. y aia strictly a'alla and da ami sop
t..,n but by tb.r-ilaati plaaaaall i-bi
nvlhaia la Ttalssl Strata Btsl.ll. Bold
by dra-(ila aarybar, f sbI by asaU.
CARflR IsCOiatlC CO., N Vo.
"ICNORANCK IS THE MOTHER
OF ALL EVILS."
Are )ou liiiiorant ul U sh-i ut
ntnolln l a solid rsk id Scoiirtng Ooap,
Try II In sir Mrilb"UK-siiii'-
Vmi are Julsd by your hmns J'it a
tflwh ss .y yi.ur drs -a Kssp It aral and
S tan and yoiir riitMllnn aill sblno. Kru
If -t it and "iiriHd mil suflsr lm
ridlhlnk tint lMMHM--rriuiinKlslHlnHitilr.
svni-l It is worth all II ririily If
yonrmliirallinouLliiynl Inns snd slmislli
by lulus' naullo. a t-aiiia, Mailn.
WEBB & MAURY,
333 Front Ft..
CHAIN AND COMMISSION.
mr bCED UATa-
.Mrs. Xflm.. Whtaraixl tlsl"'i moor,
iillal.la l. all kliMi nf fc-jll!l;f lfUsssB4
illuisl. at lanfiio rtmm nu u' s.A.ira
MMPIIH MtTAL A WOOD Mf'O CO.,
. tii a ,d 410 ttstn ai f "'. 3 M M,
11.1.,. i. tti lir l'r!!q"rt' "i
JU--l lfvl li'Uj, iu l.l.t uli !'"
aT' y j.- ,i i. i .r-
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FRANK W TAYLOR fc CO.
tLATK oF c w'
Wholesale Provision Dealers
Offloa and Wurohouao, 103 Ss 167
Webea lo announ"e l-v our fr:ends that,
mod'Oiis warrhoiis-i, oi tho linos of the Kan-1 t'lty. Fprtntlell A Mrinphls and tlio Mis
sissippi Vulloy Hiliro.iils. und bavins direct conuieil u also with ail other rutin a Is cun
torin in the city, tli nebv overcjuilus tlio h 'svy expense of draysija on car-load lots, our
uoil 1 1 103 are unsurpassed tor Vie rapid dispute!) or business.
Our wai'ihous , wliictt is built of stone and brick, Is pnrfe-t In every detail, having ad
modern linnrnveiiienls, and is, perhaps, tho b.St conttrncted b.illjlng iu llie South for tin'
bundling of rrovisl ins.
The f.ict thut Meats and I.nrd sh'iuM he st rcd only ln 0ol cellars durliiR Iho summer
won i In, In tho construction of our bulidimr wo hnvo pi von tilts special atrent-ox
Tliitukl gour friends for a very lilM-r.it pitronngn in the utst, and enrnestly solicit ni:
a contiiinnnci' of the lam:1, w aintro them thut nil orders and Inquiries Will receiv.
prompt attention. Very respectfully,
FUANK W. TA VIiOIl As CO.
N. t We are also prepared to fill orders lor articles not in our lino at very lowei;
; L Cochran 8c Co.
CAW AUD PItKINQ
Doors, Sash, Blinds,
Lath and Shmglos, Flooring,
MONEY TO LOAN
OS COTTON PLANTATIONS tH Tlllf. 8TATK OF
MISSISSIPPI, ARKANSAS LOUISIANA
OURFIVK"" TEN YMAH
dy which a rounoN or the i'iiinui
CHEAPEST FORM OF LOAN, AS IT HAKES
THE INCOME OF TEE BORROWER.
A ptanterthoi pars nThti lnlobkdnts wtlliuttlaxlisiuituf say year Ihs whols proeeels of hUrrm
ALSO. WE MAKE LOANS ALL PRINCIPAL DUE at FIVE YEAM9
FRANCIS SMITH, CALDWELL & CO.,
Rooms O. 10. It A 12. COTTON EXCHANGE null-tin, k-.TMPHIS. TFIMN
XI. O. CXl-IO- s CO.
. '-: . -ML.'r
R. 0. ORAIQ 00., MlMmis, T(MN.
J. T. l.slMAtJE.
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LaPRADE, McGUATU & CO
" COTTON FACTORS
AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 304 FRONT STREET, t t t t t MEMPHIS. TENN.
Porter & Macrae
300 Front Street. Momplus. Tonn.
E. WITZMANN & CO
WEBER Eli KNABE
221-223- SECOND STREET.
M. GAVIN & CO.
WHOLESALE GROCERS. COTTON FACTORS
AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Nos. 232 and 234 Front Street, Memphis, Tennessee;
HKT r-KM ADAMS AMD Jlcf rtKHO.
IUl I M. lAllftT dyotfs Ills whole Urns lo the rt 'fhlnf sml isle ot rOTTOS taato4
to oar clisrce. UitUM WtrtbuiiM. IS Wl.liiU)0 sWWb
ALABAMA : CARBON : HILL : COAL
1 4-nt-'tl in. ,i
V , rJ
tnthrrxcite. Caka Wnoi
Fulmer, Thornton & Co.
Ko.eOO I HO NT OTRttHT M-MPIUS. TS5W
ItM-teU-i t. Ui.y.hU Oesrr Co-pa-r- W.n tor Oooi. pre.pU BOfl a.l
UUaX Aitaaeei U Bullitt ui Us. tWi ai Ovltea.
GOrElx & ca
MEM THIS, TENX., March l
having just completed a vary larie an 1 oim-
Calling ana ceaar posts.
- - - teistit.
INST A ILM ENT LO X N
- al is r.rrAiu kai-ii vtAtt, is tiiu
THE SECURITY TH. SAY19GS BANK FOB
U ATT it.
, in Ir- iir'-,"-
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NO. 27S RFCONI) STUEET.
LOTTERY OF THE PUBLIC CHARITY,
OptruM Ud'Ic a Twonty Years' Contra by tat Mex
ican international improvement tympany.
drsn.l Mimtlily Drnwlnir held In the Mnmniii
1'iiviiK ii in tne aismiihis I'srs, cuy in .M.-xl.o,
ami iMililli-lf it n .1 1 i,-t.-i l.y Uiiveninii'nl Oltlclals
siiihiti''l for tlui purfHiMe hy tUo Oceretarlca uf
Um liilrrlur siul II ic I ivsiiry.
DUAUINO fIFMAVa, lft9.
CAPITAL PRIZE. - - $60,000
00,000 Tlckot at $4, $320,000.
ritu K tie in ki: is. amkuh.as monisy.
Whnlra, al llitlvos, 3 - Uilurtnrs, !.
Cluli Kiiloj: WTI -kM.irfi.). U. . Currcucy.
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