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THE MEMrmS APPEAL: FRIDAY, MAY 3, 18S0.
ANOTHER BIO CLOTHING 8 ALB. "
This in an unusual purchase, becanso
tlie clothing is (ur beyond the averngo
Btnndnrd.both iu mako and quality i mil
in every way to the linos t garments miido
by merchant tiiilotn. These foods will bo
oilercd at about half their valuo. The
quantity being limited, we advise coining
early bo at to secure the greatest bargains
ever offered in Moinphis. The real valuo
of these suits is uot less tfiau $25; some aro
The lot consists of flue plaid and chocked
French CasMincie Huita, frocks and sacks,
also plain and mixed Cheviot and Cusui
were Suits, all such as any ecntleinan can
wear. The entire lot will be placed on
sale today at one price,
Only le.rs ft Sill.
Gentlemen? come cnrlv. Perfect fit
guaranteed. Sulo begiut tliis morning at
So as to make this salo unusuully attract
ive to gentlemen, we will oQ'er some special
Gentlemen's Fin Miofs,
(.entlerueiTa Fin I'aderwear,
Ueullemru'a New Nfyle lints.
In our Gents' Furnishing Department
we will sell today:
Gknts' BulbricL-nn Shirts and Drawers
aTM.r)c each, worth 75c.
Gkntb' brown Ilalbrian Socks 0 pair
for $1.60, worth 60c a pair.
Four-Ply Llnest Cellars lor lie.
Stkciak A counter of Dress Goods will
be placed before the Indies today that will
really surprise them.
l'mca Only Site, double width all wool
droits good, vulue 50c and 05c.
New figured Mohairs, the latest novelty.
Ask to look at them, bhown at Dress
Tan J. 8. MENKEN COMPANY.
I have with niu Mr. II. L. Cason. who
y is an expert iu his prok-aaion as a practical
I optician, and as lie cannot remain in tho
I city longer than Thursday, May 0, I ad-
vine tlioso who have defective 'vision to
1 rail at once ami securo a iortect fit in a
pnir of A. K. lluwkcs'a celebrated opcctiv
I cleft. Mr. Canon conies hiuhly rooom-
ineiiiled and thoroughly undeniUnds bis
LuHinesa. Hotuo of our most prominent
citiau'iis, who received Mr. I iisoq i ntten
' lion Saturday, exprem a feeling of grato-
fulness and'satinlaction with tho perfect
and soft vixion ovciirod. Mr. Canon in not
f" a spectacle peddler In nny wnse, I u t
i comes in the Interest of a first-claw house,
( and I will indorse any contract made by
i him in fitting these lenses.
T. 1. KouTixr, 3S1 Main si root
If so do not ilnro to go with that old
.. shabby Imt you have worn all winter, but
r-vo to Martin Cohen, the halter, No. 210
. Main street, who will ri you up in grand
I stylo at a trilling cost. lerbys fur young
? men in ill shades and qualities to tuit all,
r and to suit your pockct-ltook is well.
I Children's nobby straws in t-nilora, Cap,
ISoeton Dips and lots of others too numer
ous to mention. tii-nt'o Droits Hals, Mrs w
1 1 ills, iH-rhys and IStetnnn's lino UnU. lio
incmlicr the' place of the old reliable bat
ter, -No. 21!) .Main street,
"I ran give you pio, if you are afrold
the pain will be too ureal to endure." Mid
a dentist to an elderly negro woman who
bad como to have several teeth extracted.
"No. mIi; no. tali," she said, shaking her
bead emphatically, "you don t gib mo no
easen hall me sit up out'n dat cheer so
walk homo dead. No. snh; 1 reads the
newsuapahs. Yon ran gib me all the
koko lulu you want ter, bul.'vou can't gib
me no gnu. it ami aa goou lor imngis
lion and dicpia."
The Prospect I'ark & licit Dummy I.ino
willliecln runninit reaular Irsins to 1'nw-
ect I'ark today. Train will leave rcond
and (tayoso slreets alxut every hour and
forty minute and tnm withia a short dis
tance ol Calvary Cetnetery.
Com i out to the auction s ilo of the I
thain subdivision today anil Invest your
money where yon will rvuliro the largest
n-turno. lluses leave roriu-r Main and
Madison streets at 10 o'clock. Me lie-ins
at 11 o'clock. Duuiuiy leaves corner tsy-
nv and Nxxind street every hall liour,
licginning at 10 oYlork. t reo transport
lion. liooiui A Masti.i,
Agents and Auctioneers.
Tun attention of parties seeking an in
vestment In valuable city property is railed
to iho advertisement In this iue of the
rhuncerv salo of the roy A McClrllan
binldiiij on Iron! and Court streets. Tho
six" and locution of this procrty nuke it
Very dcitiiablo. Title prrlirt; terms easy
JaehMN . Turk l'onrrl
Kunday. AdniWon 10 cents.
Kkvki was nu ll en opportunity afforded
to buy a nice lot In a .Icmrnhlo part of the
uburlM, as (inodliw A Martin oiler today
at auction. Hie lota are inch and dry,
have the convenience of the Dummy lin,
and aro oueicd at only .0 per cent cul
Imlsnce in one, two and three years. Just
think of it and vou will bo lute to come
cut and buy a lot
Tin rniulhern Trtiat Company offers ill
services in procuring loan on Memphis
teal ot ate at low rates ol interest
"Com K IoIIim total board tonluM.
For bright eyed beauty w ill lie then"
I'M .Main street, luiuu inn see.
Orrt r. furnUlied with towel rs k.comh,
Vub and cicau tnwel every morning for
I'.i rent per week, by Meui hi bieain
liiundry. Ornament to any nflico.
Mkmphis on Crrt Cleaning and
renovating W'oiks, i'.'O ihsalo street Tele
THEY ARE VERY SERENE.
PR58ENT OWNERS OF LOCAL STREET
RAILWAY STOCK SATISFIED.
The Day of Oraoe Is Passed, But May be
Extended AKoalthy Condition of the
Property Puts tbe Present Owner In
a Tranquil Etate of Mind.
Tho day of grace in tho groat street. rail
road deal has past, but the merciful pow
ers having tho mutter in charge aro not
inclined to bar the door against C. B.
Holmes and party.
A telegram wni received from Mr.
Holmes yesterday, which stated in sub
stance just what Tin Appeal published
yesterday over the great railroad maguuto's
signature. lie added, howevor, that ho
would writo a fuller explanation of his in
tentions. An Appeal reporter culled upon Mr. 8.
P. Koad yesterday, the Trustee holding
tho stock up for salo to tbe foreigners, but
he had heard nothing later than the tele
gram published yesterday. "I am now
waiting for a demand upon mo by those
at liberty to mako it, and when it comes I
shall placo myself under the best legal
minds in the city," said ho.
Tbe ton or twelve gentlemen who own
tho stock in the street railway system of
Momphis, as well also as tho most of its
bonds, amounting in all to nearly $2,000,
000, Imvo a soft thing and don't caro a
penny whether tho C. B, Holmes party
comes to time or not
Knowing they have a good thing, the
piesent owners are perfectly aatisf'e d with
their property, hence the lakeside street car
purchasers may stay at home, if they want
to, and keep their money in their pockets.
The Momphis gentlemen will not shed any
tears over the matter either way.
Oue of the reasons for this indifference
on tho part of the Memphians is that they
aro all in easy circumstances, as it wcro.
Some may be regarded as heavy borrowers
In hanking circles, but they have tho con
fidence of lenders, get funds at reasonable
rates of interest, and the note holders don't
It ii reported, and thcro is good ground
for the teport being near the mark, that
tho Holme party have tried hard to raise
tho wind, or cash, to pay for the Memphis
railways as per agreement, but that their
cflorts have been futile. No lenders have
yet been found willing to accept mortgages
on the street railwsy system as security for
tho loans wanted, so it is hinted. Indeed,
a Philadelphia lawyer, said to be tho
shrewdest of their Irtho, camo out here a
month or so siuco, went through charters
and other document pertaining to tno
street cur business here, went homo, and
bis report to those who employed him kept
three hanks in the city of brotherly lovo
from ndvuncing tho desired funds to the
would-lm purchasers. Tho fact is. that
more real money has liven inado In the
Memphis street car deals than any other
oue thing ever handled on this blulf. Dr.
Laurence. Mr. r'ariianon and others wont
out ol the system big money ahead; and the
present owners aro aiuoug our wealthiest
citizens, much of their wealth being due
to their holdings in the street railway coin-
ino way the stocx oi si.uuu.isw is now
held is nearly, if nut quilo, as follows:
Thorns. I1-""' - f
lnnll.'v ntwr I 4i.uk)
IL It HiiciwiIoii ...
And tho remainder scattering more or less,
Mrhaii held by Messrs. ham late, M. C
I'earce. T. 11. trims, C. F. iJcUaris, Cunt
Flvun. and one or two more, though three
or four of these are said to haVe sold out
lately it about 10 per rent under par, or
less. 1 he amount recently changing own
rrs is some here about '0.0l)0 or 170.000.
nnd it was sold to Mr, liarrett, according
to street rumors, at tho rat of 1Kic, less 10
tier cent- held in reserve by Mr. fen in P.
Itead, this being the amount which was lo
have lieen given the broker in Momphis
and Chicago, including Mr. Frank White,
Mr. John Norton and their Chicago co-
adinlom. for the part they played in bring'
ing atmut the recent ileal lor which no
money has yet Itcen paid.
It was on the Dth ol December hvt that
Messrs. White, Norton, and their Chicago
correspondent brought Iho deal to a writ
ten contract, wherein It wu stipulated
that for the sum of ff.KK),(KI0 the entire
forty-two mile of street-car lines, Willi
rolling stock, equipments, motive power,
realty and franchise, should lie trans
ferretl to the Chicago purchasers. The
balance of the f-l.0o0.oo0 was to bo di
tnliuted to the broker in payment for
their vuluuble services. Ten per cent was
considered a lair equivalent lor tueirworl
Another stipulation wu that an stocl
holders should pnt their share in tho
hands of Mr. rutin P. Head, to be trans
ferns I whon paid for; that ninety day
was tho limit ol time in which the money
in whole or in psrt was t? lie. paid; that 0
ikt cent was to le sllowcd from llio daie
of purchase on all purchase inoneis un-
psiil, that when the lust payment was
made tho president, Mr. Napieoi Hill,
was to resign, and Mr. C J. Holmes
should lie chosen in 111 stead; that at each
payment thereafter tho director about.
resign, one by one, until a'd of th
nroiicrtv was tran(c rrcd anil under tho
control and management of the Chicago
In addition to this lh. ro I ftiOO.OOO
worth of 0 tier cent liond rovering tho
property, nearly nil nl which is held by
the ikmiiiIo of MJeiuiihis. and over ..Kl
tliCM) bonds are now p ocd by Mr,
Psrrelt None of thcln uro held by the
Chicsiro buver. 'ile ImiihIs arc securoi
bv a lirst tuortgnge on tho entire property
ol tho company. It was oritfiuully de
signed lo circulate f 1,0(10,00(1 of the bonds
but there was JIliO.Ooo reserved to pay foi
IMvlniitrects Is'tween IMi k, and tlm pur
l huso ol liettennrnls Including rolling
stock. It turned out. however, that there
was nover any need of issuing the extra
hundred thousand ol Uinds. and they aro
till held In Iho treasury of the company
Th irniniM of the road increased
iu a ratio far beyond tho inosi
s.iiiituinc rxpcrtnlion of tut liest friends.
For some months past tho daily earning
havo never gone under ;i,U0t), and Iisv
Is en as high several times a (I.IMX) tie
die .ii. With such an Income the company
bus g me along and Improved Us truck
Isiiiuht cars siii) mule, and now has M .
(MO or more in the treasury, feed enougl
In the stable to last throe months or more,
and not dollar of llxilmg debt is out
The President Is psid a nice salary of
f 1,000 or fl.oou ter annum, and seldom
if rver, lo(ks inside ol the stithies: its chid
attorney, Col. Frayser, get f L',000 per an
; his assistant, Mr. Gilham, gets $500
annum: Vipo-Pmiilrmt ,! V...norai
Manager Mr. Thos. Barrett, receives :t mm
per anuum, and good, fat salaries are paid
iu uiuoin. iuo roaa is certainly good
property under such circumstances, and it
is not to bo woudorcd that the parties most
interested are careless about transferring it.
Tho property represented us belonging
to the company includes about 150 cars,
COO ruulos, forty-two miles of track, and
very valuablo realty, including stable on
itiiuu sireei, corner oi Mince, also on
Gayoso nnd Second and near Kitivul
Park, on Vance, tosother with olaivo area
of unoccupied property.
It is very few cities in this country,
perhaps none, thut havo as much street
railway property to their population as
nas jucrapniH, ami vet it has paid
very handsome dividends, or at least
profits, so fur.
iho lowest price tho stock ever sold for
n the oiven market was ):! cento on tho
dollar and while just now there is nobody
making inquiry for it, yet the last sale nas
at the rate of 110 cents on the dollar. Tho
bonds pay interest promptly but are not
worth quite up to par. Inde'd it would be
considered a bargain to get U5 cents on the
dollar for them at present. There are sev-
crul reasons given for the failure, of the
Holmes party to respond when inquiries
woro propounded to them regarding their
proposed intentions. It is belived thut
they did not have tho wherewith to mako
tho first pavment and that they could not
raise it. Tho fact of tho city author
ities and tho present owners of tho
system being ut locgcrbeads never seemed
to worry any of tho parties of tho second
part They had no doubt of their ability to
mako satisfactory terms with tho city
fathers. It is said that tho gentlemen iu
Chicago havo never replied to any of the
uioHt urgent telegrams sent them from
their friends horo, except on one occasion
when a telegram was sent to Mr. Hinckley,
the supposed capitalist of tho syndicate,
asking for particulars. Mr. Hill, tho pres
ident, wished to go awny to be absent
several months and would liko to resign
before his departure. Tho reply, signed by
a clerk, said Air. Hinckley was in the Kust
and would not bo homo for several days,
and that is all it did ssv.
Ayer's Hair Vigor
13 the "ideal" Iluir-dresslng. It re
st or ri the color to gray hair ; promote
fresh and vigorous growth ; prevent
tbe formation ol
dandruff; makes th
hair soft and silken:
and imparts a delU
rato but lasting per
fume. "Several months
ago my hslr com
menced fulling out,
and III a lew weeks
my hesd was ahiinst
IjrIiI. I tried many
remedies, but they did uo good. I llnal
Iv lioiiuht a Isittlo of Ayor's llslr Vlgur,
and, afU'r iisluz only a part of tlm con
tents, my lieail was covered with a
heavy growth of lislr. I rccomiuinJ
your ersnaratlon" as tbe best In th
world' T. Muuilay, Kliaron tirove, Ky .
" I havs used Ayer's Hair Vigor for a
number of years, and It has alwsys given
me satisfaction. It is an excellent drew
lug, prevents tb hair from tiiruinff
rray, Insures Its vigorous growlli, sad
kees tlm scalp white and chau."
Mary A. Jackson, Halem, Mass.
"I have used Ayer's Hslr Vigor for
rrnioolliig th growth of the lisir, and
hink It uneimleil. For n'slnrlng tbe
hair to its original color, ami fur adias
Ir.g, It cituti'il lie siirjmssml." Mrs. Uoo.
La Fever, Katon ltuplds, Mich.
"Ayer's Ha'r Vigor Is a most excel
lent prenrailoii fur lbs hair. I sneak
of It Irniti my own experleneo. lis lino
promotes the growth of new hair ad
makes It glsv and soft. The Vigor I
also a cure fur dandruff." J. W. IWiwen,
Editor ' Knipitrer," McArthur, Ohio.
" I bav used Ayer's Iliilr Vigor for
the past two years, and fi t It all it I
represented to bo. It restores tbe natu
ral color to pray hair, causes tbe hair
to grow frei.ly, and keep it soft snd
pliant." Mrs. M. V. Day, Cohoe. N. Y.
" Mr father, at oboiit lbs age of fifty,
lust all the balr from the top of bis head.
Alu-r on uuitilb s tilal of Ayer's Ilnir
V.gor the hair began coming, and. In
three months, he bad a line urn will of
Imlr of the naturul color." P. J- Cullru,
haratoga Hprlngs, N. Y.
Ayer's Hair Vigor,
Dr. J. C. Ayr It Co., Lowell, Mat.
Hold by UruffUis and IVrfuBMia.
CLEA NSC the mucous mem
brsnes of iht i lomacb and liowrls of all slim
anj (ott ign msltcr. start the secrmioni. sut
dicettloa sad omll itlon, nulrify th blond.
T bey rrllev th liver of cooetioQ, l H
a chsnc la cslract bile poiwns front lb
blood, lo mils them Into good bile, and lo
arcrri Jmt ht is needed. Tbry do not
tear their wsy and Irriuie like mist purga
tires. but they treat all th surface and or
gsnt, to tluU lb cntir lyticra . retpuods.
Tbry ar bated on Scientific principles.
Tbry ar entirely rational and eaturat
Thry always do what is claimed fur them.
They work on lb syttem in itn way claimed.
Tbey work lugether for th greatest good.
They ar not like new and untried medicines.
They need so pralta, but only simphj mro-
Uoo of merit.
J-Dr. ftchentk"s purely vefetalil and
whullr reltati'.a Lur.ily mcdn Inet ar fur ul
by sll Dmcjis's. Kcry patknee his nraily
printed dueciK for ue. II y Wmild
onderttsnd younelf send fof lr. Khenck S
Dew li'iok on IliM-ssnof li e l.unrs, liver
and Momsxh. K.nl free. Adder-. Itr. J.
II. Ktbeiuk it Son, nolaoctpUa, l a.
f! cosier viOfizz
.r( AV At'il t-t fw
I.I ll I W M A '
or t ! a- ft - l
-X fMV'f ws JT a-
hf I W wsj I"' '"
i4 mm. At dmrrl : rr -? y l
BUBaCniBB FOR. TUB MEMPHI3
V ...VS f WUhout tM"'f pnjlileeir r-iiisl'i-il's
i0 l.i.l." ill ila
4.-1-4.-3 V MONROE V
X L xo xa.vxi a.,ks
Tablespoonful of Pearline
t0 Pail of Water
Andyou have the best nnd quickest moans of washing and
cleaning. Directions for easy washing on every package
Why is Pearline so largely imitated
Why do these imitators invariably select names ending
in INE? Why are they compelled to peddle their
goods from house to house use deception, falsehood,
offer prizes, claim that their powders are as good as
Pearline, etc., etc. ? This is why: PEARLINE is the
best never fails never varies has no equal and is
as harmless as the purest imported castile soap. Sold
everywhere. Millions now ire it.
nl Manufactured only by JAMES PVI.E. New York.
MONEY TO LOAN
ON COTTON PLANTATIONS IN Til STATES Of
OUR FI VEoiTKN YEAll INSTALLMENT LOAN
IlY WHICH A rOUTIOX OF TUS PRINCIPAL ItKTAID IArU YEAR, It TUB
CHEAPEST FORI 0FL0AH, AS IT MAKES
THE IRCOHE CF THB BORROWER.
A planter that pars off bis ladebtedosM without eibsustlns aoy year lbs srbols procasiU of bis erk
ALSO, WE MAKE LOANS ALL
Rooms O. in. II A 12. COTTON EXCHANCE Bullrllns'. MEMPHIS. TENN
Hill,; Fontaine & Co.
Cotton Factors and
200-208 FRONT 8TREET, MEMPHIS, TENN.
HILL, FONTAINE & CO.
Gotton Factors. Commission Merchants
No. 119 COUTH MAIN
B, UUDLEY FJIAYSEII,
Memphis City Bank
FULL PAID CAPITAL, $250,000.
337 Main Street, Corner of Union, Memphis, Tenn.
Pr W. Jf. Wllkeraon,
I!. I'.. Scinnies,
Fulmer, Thornton & Co.
Ko. 800 riVONT BTBXIT.
taiataalilrri ta tt Mtmphl araeary Oonipan. Ordart lor OooJa peoasU A1U
tiWrol A.4Taaaatl ftiaUa aai Cmk 4 at onteal Cotlao,
ft K tPTCd
Z. N. BSTES &c CO.
(BCCCK880R8 TO KifTES, DO AN CO.)
"WTiolesalo Grocers and Cotton Factors
IMos. II 1-2 and 13 Union Street. Momphli, Tenn.
NOS. 30a and 304 FRONT
A.. J. -VTISjN
IMI'WIlTl &, AD liKll cut I t
0-TJZSTS, BIFLES JW
No. 347 Main Stroo', Memphis, Tonn.
aTTUf Largest 1 nd Ike4 Asm rttnetit in tlis f.ly. Tlie Tr.ls 811 ,u litil at Irsl Pr!c4
"Vurioty Ariculturxil AVorlw,
431 au4 til fliatbf ana 01 aail 100 I llnlai aia., Meaialila, T.aa.
Warboun nn.1 Cotton Tru-lcs, Husj, Hrldirsj nnd B'.ambot Irci.
Vtjrk. eto. Eualnca and Mauihinory RoplreL
atal-lag Iaojra4 Tr. .re. In 4n r.,rh fraaitilljr J. . mw ist lUUs
i,asuxlani Wil .! Uaea.
THE SECURITY THE SAYINGS BARK FOB
PRINCIPAL DUE at FIVE YEARS.
8T- ST. LOUIS. MO.
IIK.NUY J. J.YV.V.
W. T. dio, Jirfni Iaikiio, r. I. Vrr
C K. tlrrseeimr, M llnrtn. I'r "lse'tr,
John A I..,... IftH- i '"irsi t l' '-. I
m imp ma, nunt.
w. a to in.
ST., MEMPHIS, TENN.
NA & CO.
WlVl. O. lOIIIS SON.
CALLS AND DELIVEliTES FUEE.
Southern Trust Co.
INCORPORATED UNDER THE LAWS OP TENNESSEE.
JAM ICS L. LOMTiAKn, lVsidenl; JOHN I. M'N.V, Pwrotary and Gsnorul Manager.
M. H. TKKZKVANT. tlrnrral Coimxl.
C. W. 8CHU1.TK. ' W. A. t OI.I.l Kit. T. II. TltKZF.VANT.
This Company has nnllinlloil facilities for pror-nrlng lontf time lonns on Memphis City
Iti'iil Kslato, or proiliictlvH plantation property In Arkunsns ami Mississippi.
We inaku a siHH-mlty of linyinn notes given as p.irt of purchase money, ami secured
upon Improved lleiil Kslate.
Rooms 21 ard 22, Cotton Exchange, - Momphla
FRANK W TAYLOR & CO.
(LAIi. OF C. W.
Wholesale Provision Dealers
Oflloo and Warohouao, 103 & 107
Wcheg to announce lo our frnls that, havln? Just onniplrt"J a 'J lars a i 1 cara
mod. oiii wsri b in , on th ) lines of tlio Kumai t'i:y. Hprluilell it Moinfilils ami tlis Mis
llssippi Valley Rallroadi. iidJ harmg Uirocl lenncoil in aim with all other railr a la oem
teriux In Uireity, thereby oTsrcomlnir th li'nvy expa.isi of drayagii on raMuad lota, oar
facilities aYo uiiiurposser) for the rapid dispntch n( businrss.
Our wan hoits wlilali il built of store nnd br'o i, Is pcrfe t In erory delnll. liarinRall
modem Improvements, and Is, perhaps, tho b-st cunitructcd ballding in tin South (or tho
bunillln of I'mrlslntia.
Tho litot that Meat and LarJ should be at -red otilv In Cm I ce'.lnr dnrint the summer
monthJ, in tho conttrui-tlon of our lunMing we have glron this special stient on.
Tlisnkirg our friends for a very libcrsl pttrnnsgo J11 the past, and earnestly sollclt'nf
ront uuautc of Ihe sanio, we assure thtiu that all onion and lnqu.rlci will receivo
prompt atuntlon. Very rropeetiully,
FltA-NK W. TA.VT.OTl ek OO.
K. D Wear also preptred to nil orden for articles nji in our lino at vary lowest
Memphis, : Tonn.
to il, Itaosucr,
I. T. rnat.
Jo, W. Allison,
V. V. Iladdao,
It. C. (IraToa.
W. N. Ilroan,
Jaa. I-ee, Jr..
J H. lUitilnton,
i. T IVttlt,
. J. Jraur,
Jarub V cller,
lis II. Ysnc
J. TV. I'iM'lirsa,
W. A. ftrrinsn.
C. F. rircisiiillii
I HIS W rtH'IIRAM. I'retiJenL
U)LIS IIANAl'KK Vice TrwUm!
tPWAHU r.OI.DSMITII. ( ablf f.
C C eELOK.1, AaltUol Cashier.
CO K It KM l'OND I5XTB.
Alliance Bank, Limited, London, England
Chemical National Bank, 1 1 I New Yo k
NEAR SENATOBIA, MISS.,
os titt tiik NKMvtrra or two thot-
Onpt Caraasi, No. 7,324,
United lo '.'ra ADpnivsal Nrss sl IJ5 t'ssb. Iks
Bsvoa 1 mtuq Luil. Julr I.
Colt tMllrrs srs It, itetnaad This hnise .houlj
f tli.m. s k site 10 f c., astri m a roll 11m
lr. hi. tr,S.ir iiiuward. 1. 411) Is Ihe nMi
lis ol mil trailers kitnva, listing put foul lor.
rsr olds 10 the an In nar)rnr; hi. nr. I 1. in
fssi-r lr fd Lsui aasslrsd hj Alrsltts. wbu
fnt llflsa the sirs ul Ilia uiiiml'n tall tiuiirr.
"u.l " 1 1 ; kls snsinii (Ins .f annihsr arent
kroud vara ,li, Keotui ky Is, (oul i.l ihe H.atrs
lusra. 4aia lair 1 boras, tls'l sml Manibrino
I'.lrhsni, his IlilM Uaas b silil saiillier linibiis
lm4 mses sirs, Main Poiraal. lourth S'thsnl
lath dsas ky therauakbexl rlrsa. Imllvliluallr,
I apt 1 snira Is a thrve laarelH blued tnr ststesu
kaiuls blali. elec'ully Drouonloasd ttalllua.
Col. Jafferoon (Blind)
Is OOVrrd lo lb rublle at 10 Cask.
He wss slr4 by lbs (raaWal braud asara sir
nova, Maaibrlae ralcbsn. whose auiw sre ishlug
(rsl rauk as hrue'l laaraslresi dmm A )ri, sa ouf
Uiae Ir.iur J.rnnis at Ibtes Tears ul ill a
plrtur lhal annul mats any aanemsa Irfl ! -
haa.it hlb. siyiuii, a.ssinrulal aad Aariir
niied. Noaw of kls (el are blluil : all tin t.lii
aiil tnHllkf artlna. ant ara aaaia aa4 bsn4M.aic
rmit.iirt Its sirvl tse lssiri iwa-iearalil laal
alioeit shout Mriapbls Isatsussiser
aw Sll tiara haa'llwl earemiir, nut no rrrBi
kllllr lot an-lnl: asaies aliipnl SI 14 pet
0.uulh. trl iiaia. dO. sor fuithrr lnlcraialloi
Addreisa LYTLB. Min'.r,
10 01. Paul at.. Staiai bls. Te 'St.
PnrtlM noollnj Btors Bholvlnj
should oxaoilno tho Koch Co.'fj ad
unlnblo Bra:loto aad Wall flatoa.
They are a big adver.liement for
rtiy hoti o uiluir tham. Chonpor,
nra'.orand farauperlor to tlio eld
c'.yle) wool fchlTl-?g. Can bo pat
up ton timet qulokor, nnl eaa! y re
inovod. Alao u el for bank, libra.
r!oi, oloaota, oto. For piljss aad
raiplce call oj or addross oout at
LANGSTAFF & CO.'S,
.MATT STHWART SCO'S
No. 330 Second StrcnL
CMICHC5TCP S CNCLISM
c f"' ot Jaffr
MOJMICflfH. - . , aosy
. t . a. 4 'NelMrl a-oHea,-,
lfo, mj roHairtj ,.i I ( UMV
- , witl tatl,sssi,paataoi s
71 - " ""ess1- r V
V s. V
COYF.U A CO.)
AIKMl'IIIH. TEKK., March t li8X
LOTrtRY OP THB JUBL1C CHARITI
KHTAIlMaTllf.D IN X877
Opsntfd L'nl't i TwsatT Tc-i' Oratraf j th Ktl
icia In'enihoail'ljBprof iiaul 0t)fu.
Crsnl Wonthlr tirawlun bell tntkt sferasslhi
I'.Mll.'U ta tits A Is no-is Perk, llieef Mssfssi,
ami o'lblk' v nnn4suu4 tn (loiemaisut nmassai
tipouiteu fr the pnrrxM t, ina aecpsiaHsa ai
tlis Inianur ail lha Tr.usurr.
miAwiKa or mats, too.
CAPITAL PRIZE. - - $60,000
00,000 Tlokeit at 14, 3SO.OOO.
riticn or th Kirs, amkhicam ho net.
Uholas, 6 - llalsa. CS - Qaartara, .
CUB Us las; at TUketa (nr U. a Uaireae
i nr or rsrirs
1 rArrrt, miz or ro.' i...
j CAPITA h KhUR Or SOfUU...
1 ( Al'llAl. I'KUK Of R(JU
I l U A N U I'klAJI or P.euf .
I I'ltIZM OK sre,
I'KIIsJt Of ...........i)Sr..
io rnir.ra o.... soism.....
;s i Hirs or o sr....
to I'Hir.ia ok sn r :
r IMiztS or tiers l.xn
: rniiia or u,tm
(0 Prim ol IiiM apiruslastlii lo v,ajO
lll-o - - M
40 I'rlMS el S..MSlmllii tn
l I'rl.e. .it in sp;mxluatln lo IIU.VjO
I rue t,W
71 Trimlna'.s ul JU, tle.-l.lsvt t KU
Prise - H.OH
I Jri Prlsrs amnuntlMi lo 4171. bat
All -nes sold Iu tbe t'ulu-d Hate, lu.l (ult U
t'. M. turroii ')r
Pyteimsdl enntrsf-t tie I'nairenT rstist drt
tin- nut .1 al p:lrs Inelmted In Iher-homs I
a IIiiiii a slngls tiiki-t, aud rt.etvs Ibe killuwiaf
oni.'Ul rr.nli . . . .
I'KuYim AIK.-I hen-by eertlfr Inst ihe Issa
ilnu Hint ul Mi iiis, an. I Hoiilh AiuirK-a hasaa
.rlsl t. ,.ll Ihe mve-eri luis.v l au rsn-eine
l iu. ul..l all prima drastt h llw 1-otctlS da La
llriieiii-eiirta I'u'm i'i .
K. Mnikl""fJt ItlVKF. Itt'erventsw.
Furilirf tlis r.mpsti t. mi'ilfM ! Ul iiihiita
T. J -sis sio. "I " valitn ul ail tbe t losses la
ptiM-s-s larfr pnv.rl(t. U.' 'M a"v by say
oih'-r I ott rr- . ..
r Inallv the number ol lirsru i. inairei m m.
.Ku lew than si a ld ly utuir iiucrtra i
the Mine arlii ie
f,.f lill parll'Htsri ait-lmss It. DauatU, AaaO
.1.) J.T I ll Men Meslm.
iranpilaler ears ha has Ihe W. I.. INiualaa)
SUmmt wlihoul liante and arlra llMitiuril ask
ti Urtluiu, put liius il.ss aa a fraud.
VV. L. DOUGLAS
ttat In the ssnrld. t'ssntlne ttle
0S imi l.rsi 14, II tSli k rn IIOK.
.-l l (Ml KMIf II Mill Kilos .
s i Sii ul i:mi lAiini'ii-' siior.
Sl Ail flt l. All SIIIIK.
t.ss Uiiiimim.m ss's siiur,
t.ixt al ki ts mini' M Hon) a 11 Ota
Al iim4i Iu I ..! r.ill.M. wm! luk
W. L. DOUGLAS
S3 SHOE LA'JWt.
Ileal tlaleHl. !- hill". Ileet I llllnf.
If lM.l M ' ' ' . '!
. I . IHH iii.Ah. MiiH'KTOK. MAIS.
nu OAI.K Ii r
JOII1 O IIIIIIH, Ho. MnlHSI.
I. lint liotlilll I' tn., ... .lis Slain S.U
A li I 14 linn's. in., sua. tul Mnin .
i. M. I IHM I I I Ai I ii.. ! aa
V.t I I SI II at I ll.. l. a Main .
nr AtiQr a iitpiu roa
CORRUGATED IRON SIDINQ
AND IRON FOQ7INO.
tl'e Wind. Walar and Ufbtalif HO(ir,
0 in, l.i. 1-4 all kinds at buii'.liiea ..i reessa4
linii.- al l.i'UH) rates ta-lesar s tirs 4
m k v r h 1 3 fttarAL a wood atr o co
Ifus. I'M a:id 440 Mill Si aad ?l A a Uulberrf It.
Ileal iururs M Inn ! as4 CVaMIng OaU,
JbbUsxi IruO Loiiu.t, aio hoofs aad
t ereaenhe aiil rilrs
Hit U ea !'
Ii. U. IMilvTll at. M 0 .
Au.aUsJasn, U. T.
si.ir ,. iM a
atvel sue ww.
U. Ii. I nr.-.
l.oa ni i nn'.sisia.
Buacbrlbo lor tho Momphla Woolcly
ApjjoiiL ll pt'rynor-
t rt to i tss 1
, IUMM.MI .H SI J
L k " hot Ckaalas: It