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TIIE MEMPHIS APPEAL: TTITJRSDAY, MAY 0;.1889.
AT LAST THEY ARE GONE.
UEW ORLEANS WILL NOT. BJSAT US
Va Havs a, Copper-Bound Cinch on
That Southern Lsag-ua Meeting at
Birmingham Par Centaga or Visiting
Clubs Increased to 40 Per Cent.
The gnmq yesterday did not differ In
any material rosjecU from its predeces
sors, except that lliuuiwipo hold llio visi
tor down to four rims up to' the sixth
inning, when everybody broke to pieces
and the visitors pickod up eight runs out
of the fraeraents. Tetty pitched an in
viuciblo gamo and will make his mark in
tho profession, lirodorick, of tho Mom
phis team, played miserably, and seemed
Indifferent whether his club won
or lost. His incompetency Mas
conspicuously noticeable. The crowd
whs thoroughly disgusted, and it New
Orleans were booked for another
game here it is doubtful if a corporal's
guard would witness it. There will bo no
game today and tomorrow the locals will
tackle Atlanta, lV-rlmi we may striko
something after a nhilo that we can beut.
The run-fetting on tho part of the homo
team was limited to 3. In tho third in
ning Iugan took his base on balls, made
eeivnd on pica's wild throw to first, and
arored by a clever slide on Holland's
fumblo of Cnmady'a grounder. In the
sixth inniiiK Kelly made a sinule, was ad
Vnnced to second by (irmtlieli s base on
balls, and scored on Mcllride's double to
left field. Iu tho seventh iuning Duan
trot his base on four balls, stole second
mid third, and scored on Kelly's sinylo to
New Orleans scored in tho first inning,
l'olhemus coing to first on balls, to third
on Kelly's muff of Holland's tly, ami
lioinu on a passed hall. In tho second in
ning Huston sent a triple to center
field and scored on Fabieu's out to Mo
I'rjilu. In the third inning l'olhemus
nu'Miu got a single, advanced to second on
Holland's bit to rinlit Held and scored on
Mrduiik's triple, Holland also coming in
on tho play. In the sixth inning l'owell
got his bam) on balls, Hub toll hit to third,
who fumbled and threw wild to first,
l'owell going to third. Fabien hit to
ItriHlcriek, who fumbled and knocked the
bail over his head into center
Jii'ld, allowing l'owell and Huston
to score. I'etty flew out to right Held.
vkn Hew to pitcher. 1'olheiniiH hit to
I'.roderlck, who spin fumbled. Tubicn
iw-oriug on Kiddio's failure to hold the bull,
l'ouiellcw to center Held, niutred, I'ulho
hum and Howie m-oring. Huihitiil drove a
ilnulilo to left Held and scowl on a wild
pitch. MiCiuirk got four balls, the last
one wild, und made second on it.
I'onell hit safe to center Held.
Huston n;r.iin knocked nut a triple
and l'owell wored. 1'ulilcn Hew out to
McUride, making six runs on errors after
two men were out. In tho ninth inning
l''tty hit to pitilier, who tumbled and
thiew wihl over Hint bane, tho runner go
ins' to third and scoring on Kelly's wild
throw to thirl.
In the eighth inning Powell touched the
pitcher for two l:isis, luliirn did likewi',
J'ou ell scoring. 1 allien scored on a wild
worn nv txsisn.
o o t o o i l o o- s
1 1 2 0 U S 1 i -! .
4 harl-atoa 13. Atlanta S.
tcil Itau-li Ui The ApfuiL
Atlanta, Co., May K The Seagulls
torched CVrey, Atlanta's crack pitcher,
to.lay for eighteen hits, which meant
thirty-five bac, snd won by a score of 15
to H. Carev was ixmn li' 1 fur homo runs.
tuples, doubles and singles until his arm
cuine otr and I'cniler was put iu. Hut
l' n h r was hit 11 will. to. l.ubv was hit
f-.r fourtH'n, with a total of twenlv-one.
In .ho li ft fi Atliinta earned wwu runs,
but iu the sixth J.'h.wli-Htoti got ten.
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Huwe. terliii'!. Itaunv. Moon', 'llim1-
b.eo bits Kllipiley. Met. Wbslen, l.'nil
niv. Ih.Oh. lnilili-r oli'l Hiis. Home runs
lloiiH'lioliler snd Murray. iMihln
pliivs Howe la IVnder to iiiiuu. Mruck
net -!v farey 7, by I.uhy 4. on
bulls - ff Carey I,' l.ubv 'i. -oft on
hii- AthiiiU 5. ( haih inn X l'as.,1
Ihi.In I. Time of game -Two hours and
ttt.'iily miuute. I'nihiro HursL
ha(IMMMa Itrlrals lllrralnbam.
Ci.m i .l IH.il li to The Aimk-sI.
tniMiM.iiA, Ala., May K. The ('Imt
limo':ra learn clepne.l o-ir Imivs no tinlay
with very lit 1 1 tiniihli'. The s.imo wa
Without special features.
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A ltit,in,lintrt O Tu-.l.iiiUi l.ll.l l.ilnv
'i'lirve-baso hits Utis, Toohey, McCoy.
Home rnn McCoy. Itouhle plays Mills,
lisand lailey; la trisand llailev; Miller,
l.itu and llnltoril; Pendergrasl, )Mt snd
jioiiora. iae on oans 011 nco, 1 en
.l..r.,rnal 1 Mriii k mil lt Tii !t 1'i.n
dergrast 3.' Passed balls Toohey 2, Heer
1. Hit bv intilicd ball -ioohev. Time
of itiime Two hour. I'liiplrc-llillery
Skaulktrrai Lrague Mi-llaa at Klrmlaa
Pis-rial Maisilrh lo Th AeiMll.
ltiuui!-niiAU. Ala.. Msv 8. PrOMldent
Vharton culled the niocting of tho diroct-
org of the Southern League to ordor la
O'Brion's Opera-house this morning.
There wore prosont: F. D. Wharton,
rusiuuiu: n. i liens, prcsmcni 01 ii"
Atlanta club: Vico-l'residont J. M. Mone,
of the Chattanooga club; President J. H.
Kent, of lllrmingliam; Secretary Kaufman,
of New Orleans; President T. W. russuil
eigne, of Charleston. Mr. Kaufman
also represented Memphis by proxy. Hi
rector Joe Wilson and Treasurer Uus Lea
boldt, of Birmingham, and Manager W.
M. Wayne, of Chattanooga, were present
ss spectators. Kent, Kaufman and Wayno
were aopointod as a committee to revtsa
tho schedule. A committee comosed of
tho Atlantn, Charleston and Chattanooga
representatives was appointed to wait on
the meeting of tho Southern Passenger
Association in Allan La to urcro thorn to
grant special rates for the players. Tho
motion of President Keut, ot Birming
ham, made several weeks ago, to incroaso
the per centagn of receipts given to tho
vifiting club from 30 to 40 per cent, was
adopted. It was decided to iucreaso tho
salary of umpires from $125 to $130 per
ftoulhorn .rugae Mantling;.
T S on. 1-o.t. I't't Cent
1. New OrU'iiim. .. H 1 .VIS
2. CliHrlivliiu . S 7 .Ml
Z I llr.lUIHM.Kll ... S 7 JM
4. Atlanta .. 6 S .4JS
6. Mimt.lii".. .... ........... 5 10
U. lllnultiKtiam S II .SH
At Poston ISoston 7, New York 0.
At Chicago Pittsburg 3, Chicago 2.
At fit. Umis St. Iuls 9, Columbus 4.
At Louisville Brooklyn 21, Louisville 2.
At Cincinnati Cincinnati 0. Athletics 2.
At Cleveland Cleveland 8. Indianap
At Kansas City Kanas City 7. Ikilli-
At Philadelphia Wahinaton 0. Phila
Irthero is a mnn in the New Oilcans
inn who can't hit tho ball, Tim Aitkal
as been unable to discover bim.
It is sai to predict that Petty, tho New
Orleans pitcher, will not have to play in
the Southern league next soasop.
O'Kot'iiKK was released vcKtenlnv.
Thero are two others who will follow liiin
as soon ns their successors havo arrived.
Tim ollieial scorer did not show up after
tho game yesterday, and it is rumored that
ho died of a broken heart at tho hornblo
playing of tho Memphis team. Heuco
there is no ollieial score tins morning.
Atlanta plavs here tomorrow, and
thero is a prospect that Memphis mav
striko a winning gait, but Hroderi"k will
hrst have to lie removed Irom short Held
and given a reserved scat on tho grand
Tnr. New Orleans Picnmmt tints sires up
the Memphis team, and csixrlally Me-
rule and Kelly: .Memphis made a cMd
imprc"Mon from the start, shut out New
Orleans nicely iu the first inning, ( I'Kourke
making a pretty catch of alow liner that
saved a run, and then started off the run
gutting. Jtutiswii.e added to tho good im
pression pnxlmvd bv .Memphis bv striking
out Petty and Spice In the second inninir,
with men on s.'i-oml aud third ami onlv
one out. Mi ltride took hi a liner on tho
left foul line in a wav that re
minded the crowd of (ileun and
MeAleer. Tin) play, however, was
when with men on second nnd third,
Polhemus made a straight, hard drive to
rcnier Held. Kelly ran back with the ball,
threw up one hand nnd stopped it, und
held on to it, notwithstiinding that ho
ni-lcd from the force of the coutact. The
catch saved two runs, and the crowd kept
up its applause for live minutes. Tho New
Orleans crowd am eminently fair, and ap
plauded Memphis more thau the home
imys. Tho latter played such an evenu.iino
that there Were no Sccial points where
demoustrntious were culled for.
Took OtT III lailvr I.l p.
r.ight years ago a cancer c.uiio oil iiiv
lower lip. I bad it cut out while it was
vet email, and it healed up apparently,
nt sn linikH nut again, and commenced
ea'ing very rapidly. It look off my under
up iriim one hhiu io me oincr ami uown to
my chin. 1 had it treated by burning,
mid got so weak that 1 did not think that
I cniil. I stand it much longer. After mm h
millering 1 disearded all other treatment
and Ik',;. in Inking Swift's Sjtecilic, and llio
cancer soon U gan to heal, and in a short
time it was completely healed nnd 1 was
entirely well. II is now over three, years
since 1 got well, and thero has been no
sin of any return of tho diseaso. 1 know
It was ratiivr, aud I know it was curvtl
alone by S. s. s.
I. . r I'.itnAKn, Huston, I A.
S. 8. S. cured mo of malignant sore
throat and mouth caused by impure
blood, llio trouble extended down to inv
left lung, whirh was very sore. The doc
tors piai liecl on lue for thn-e years with
out relief, w hen I left them ami look
S. S. S. J our bottliw cured me.
I'.i s Itn.rv, Meridian, Miss.
Trealise on l'-Iooil and Skiu HiM-ams
Tms Swut Scki iric Co.,
Hrswer 3, Atlanta, tia,
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rarral rlrbralr Isaahtllle IrfCrtsat
J oh Si earl. the old und reliable leo-
cn'am le.iler, corner ol luderdale stnid
and MiiwiMipii avenue, telephone HI, has
iilK'Ucd ap bis ico-crcam blisilieM In con
nection with I . J. I allow, ol ah, .j Slain
strei't, telephone 1,11:1, and will bu ready
to receive orders at ctllier place lor run-
da r, May 12, and everyday lhcrca(iT
during the season. Ho guarantees this
toiru rn-Miii to lie the lsst In the ritv.
which wbl bo delivered fni' lo snv part of
the citv. A trial of this delicious cream is
It. Mrlnkaa, o. S I'mIan lrs-t.
litis lust riMi ivinl a large and can-fully so-
lei ted sprinu stock, all of the latest de
sigtis, which ho v ill make up In stills at
reasonable price. Sjiecial bargains for
Tlio Pmsp's l Park A 111 Dummy Lino
will lx-ejn running n julur trains lo rrns
si t Park today. 1 rams will leave Seem
and (isvobo streets alioiil rcrv hour an
forty minutes und pass within a short dis
tance ol tal vary Cemetery.
- - -
t ainovrt) rr tiis fa or roroAtxa.
And It stimulate and promote ths grO'TtS
i.l the hair.
burueti's Ilavoriui extr.icU are tho
'. II. A. Jnltn. Ma. Mala Mrrrt
Is iireiuired to deliver Ice ci-aui, iwr gal
Ion nt tl.txi, IL.'iO und upward. Cuke
and ircuiu at parlors.
Hvmaihila (arrtaa Marks,
Now, SI and 83 Mapisox St nx i.r,
lEcpairiog and 1'uildlng Pine Vehicles.
Hot'srar.aricas. do not worry over din
ner tomorrow. You ran Is bsn.Uunely
served by the Woman's I'.xrlinnge for
only 50 ce'ula, st Now. In."i and 1U7 Main
Mxarius Slesin Carpet (leaning snd
lirnovuUng Works, S2U li-aJe street. Tele
Payers are at work on Tliinl atreot,
Nearly a block of granite has boon laid.
Tho alarm of lire yesterday- afternoon
was caused by a bluzy that didn't amount
to a hill of beans.
"Old horse" baggugo of tho Pealmdv
Hotel will be sold at miction today. There
aro said to bo a dozen or more capital
prizes in tho lot.
In the radio for cx-Sergt. Iledrick's
horso, tickets Nos. Ui, 214, !m and 057
tied on 23 out of n possible 24. Holders
are invited to tho police station to llj-ht it
An admiring florist sent President llad
don a handsoiiio basket of (lowers, yester
day, with his compliments and the "hopo
to some day see you Governor." Price of
the (lowers a secret.
Tho putrons and friends of tho Christian
llrothers' College nro invited to the annual
May entertainment and contest iu elocu
tion for young students at tho theater at 0
o'clock this evening.
ThcLadics' Auxiliary Committee of tho
Young Men's Christiaw Asstieiatiou, will
meet at No. 207 Main street this evening
at 3:30 o'clock. Memls.rs and their friends
aro cordially invited to bo presout.
Delegates to the Sonlhern Baptist Con-
ventiou, which meets in tho i'irat linn
list Church tomorrow morning, aro already
arriving. Ihe Jicv. Dr. Lansing Burrows
and a party of sixty-five delegates will ar
rive mis aiicrnoon over the Louisviilo A
Nashville Koad in tlireo special sleepers.
The party left Atlanta yesterday afternoon.
An adiourned uioetinir of the Ladies'
Memorial Association will bo held this
afternoon at the residence of Mrs. C. W.
Prazerto perfect its organization and mark
out a definite liuo of policy. The cause is
a worthy one, and will doubtless enlist tho
co-operation and sympathy of all the
ladies In tho citv, the purpose of tho or
ganization being to decorate the graves of
tho Confederate dead at Klmnood.
Maj. J. T. Tt nxEit and J. I Garrison.
of Marshall, Tex., are iu the city.
Tiir Hon. II II. Mooro and wife, of
Koscdalo, Miss., aro lit the Pea body.
W. W . Hi'MPiiHiKK has returned from
Nashville, and is confined to his bed with
II. W. Stkki.k, chief clerk in the Sbreve-
port ollice of the Cotton Pelt llnilway
Company, is iu the city.
VisiToits on 'Change yestcrdav: J. W,
lilair, Ited Hanks, Miss.; W. A. Lyon, New
York Citv: II. '. Abraham. New Orleans.
A. A. G w.i.Miiimt, Southern passenger
agent of the Iron Mountain lioad, with
headquarters at Chattanooga, is in the
Tmf. Aim'fu, returns thanks to Mrs.
Mary M. Ware, of Stanton, Tcnn.. for a
box of lovely cut Mowers, selected bv the
estimable donor with rare taste and judg
ment. Mrs. Ware was the lucky holder
ol a ticket in Tub Wkkki.y Aiti.u. draw-
inu', which drew a nugy, and testified
her appreciation in the abovo dencrihed
wav. The llowers are welcome, but were
sent lo th wrong adoress. They should
have becu directed to the (mi I less ol For
tune, to whom alone Mrs. Ware is in
debted for the prize.
WONDEK4 WILL NEVER CEASE.
The Greatest Piece of Mochnnlsm Ever
An Automatic Musical Scale w ill 1 placed
on exhibition today at our Cigar Palace,
No. 310 .Mam street, llie public are In
vited to call and sou it. We h.ive just re
ceived direct from Havana, through the
Memphis ( ustom House, a very law
shipment ( the choicest Havana cigars
produced on tho Isio el Cuba. I till and
I. r-AMIt HllS x ( o.
P.S. riiseball tomorrow -Memphis vs.
Ann Ian I'aul uu lnlavllle Karea,
The following hmi!s were sold last night
at Powers A Co.'s Turf Lxchange, on the
Kentucky Ivrbv: Krvanl's entry (Proc.
tor Knoll und Come-to-Taw I, V; Pevrr-
w vck Stable s entry (lassius, t aslawav II
and I'.mwii Princens), J'.i; Sisikane, i':
louiigs entrv (Once Again ami Iksik-
iimker l, f2l: Hindoo I rait, ?'.; SiH,rtsin;in,
J J. ToUl, JI'-'X
The Hsv. Or. T. T. Katoo lo lecture at
tbe First Daptlst Church.
TIhum aim ileal to miss a pleasant snd
nrolitable evening should avail themsnlves
ol the opportunity ollered louigiit ly at
tending the lecture to 1st delivered at tho
First lluptist Church by the Lev. 1. 1
Jjiton. ol Lmisvillii. Ky. The suhiect
boaen is "Our Poor Kin," a subject that.
in the manner in which it will Ixi treab'd.
rivi-rf scoe to the ample talents ol Dr.
l-ilon. As a pulpit orator this eminent
divine has lu-ipnred a lauio m-cond to but
lew. As a lecturer lie stun. Is with llie
lorcuioMt ot tho country. The lecture is
Hot religious, as may lt iuferred Iroiu the
title. It is ono that Is illumined throui:h
out with wit and rendered attractive bv
humor, while tho undercurrent of solid
sense w bich forms its basic principle will
reward the studious and thougiitiui.
fcaaMl lur tba farmers.
It is now cnersllv tindersloNl that there
Is somewhat of a war among the Memphis
Cotton (omprcse Compsuies. Jhe rale
lor compn-aing has been reduced to !
cents ier I'M pounds, or about 'M rents
1st bule. lle'ienro two companies heir,
l-'tli strmg financially, and the ti.'ht is
likely to last lor aomo time, it may lie for
vesrs, in the meaiitims it is evident that
tho cotton planter or sliipsjr gets tho ad
The Pnwjsrt Park A Ml Dummy Uno
will iM Kin ruiimng regular trams lo rr
p.it Park to-lay. Trains will lesveSecoiid
and GayoMi streets about every hour snd
forty im'iuilee and pusa wilhiu a short div
lance ol tulvsry i i-mviery.
Wm l.nrn liuf rri.lr,l a l.rin-n 1ns,l fit
Pittsburg tins Coke, very Hue, Pitlsburg
. i ....i :i f..l...'l il. ...I i.r
Ullil AUliiracuu VWMl niei npil Hini . run,
ood. C. li. liUVA a A Co.
Tim Hi.aiiKi'Mis, why worry over that
Mrplexing iiiestioii, a good dinner, when
j.ni can Is- eleganlly served by tho Wo
man's Lxi luinifo tomortow al Nos. l'.l'i
and J'J7 M.iiii stn-f I. from li lo 3 o'clock?
fii-rii fiirti.Mlii'd with lownl r.irk.minh.
brush snd c lean towel every morning fur
. I .. II . . I : . .
i-t - li in h r wees, uy .iieinj ins ckt'iuo
Lsumlry. .unismciii io any uiucu.
I In. MuroAH Al'HWs, , S.ir.llS, Miss,
bus iiH.-ned a il iital ollice on corner Main
Mid I limn sircs-ia, on wine nour mm it
L.NTi.i.rAix your guot loomrrow ljr
diuiiitf Willi the VNoinsns r.schiihge, Aim.
pij and 1U7 Mam slieel, (ruin li lo 3
Cm. i. on tlui Soiithein Trust Company,
rooms 21 sod 22 t otloii 1.x. hnngii, il you
pi borrow money on improviM real
t.rt T. M. liullin.iiii. No. I'i Ms'liv.n
(irrel, Mil uur bousM snd rolled your
SILVER MOON FLOUR
OS.OO PER BABBEL.
NEW ROE HERRING.
BALDWIN KNOWLTON & LAKE
Tbo Largest Stuck
Screen Wire In tbe
At Hot torn Trices.
387-389 MAIN SWEET.
fine Cullcry, Eic.
Tbe Cheapest and
CUv to llnv Your
l-M-i-fsrn loor nitil
387-389 MAIN STREET.
LAMPS AND LAMP GOODS.
ASSORTED PACKAGES OF TINWARE PUT UP EXPRE33LT
Floyd & Co.
HAVE THE LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE STOCK 07
CHINA, CLAS8 AND QUEENSWARB EVER
BROUGHT TO MEMPHIS.
a-.END FOR WHOLESALE PRICE LIST.
Aatatrnra la Opvra.
On tlio three last nights of next week,
tho Kith, 17th and llh Instants, the
'JVjlls of Corneviilo" (Chimes of Norman
dy) w ill be giu nt tho Memphis Thunler,
by the singing suction of tlio Amateur
Athletic Association, assisted by promi
nent amateurs, the cast being aa follows:
STi.Vlll' ..M'a ( afi lll'irk
, I Mlai Kill ill l Jell. a alitl
Oernml'ii'. ( . .. , ,,.
rtniilv . Ml Atlir Mllir)r
j.mir Vl Cells llllirl.illl
Maueii-... - v I Mniiilf wiiiie
huuiiii- ....si miiiic i.ih i. r
ll. liri. Mr.". ..I I ..fll.'M.ll-. I'. 1. ktleHlMII
J. a il i.r, mi, Inu i K i.xin
i.a-r. . .. r. II. III. hi
I IMll.l t Maliall
h, m.irar Jelni Mimi
Niilaix m r r.itik llawaina
The sale of scats will (eil at the theater
neit Monday morning.
I'I unci iet I e a churniing opeia is fatuiluir
t Memphis tliialer-ito. rm, and during the
I ast season II was sung al tlio tin nier hy
tho Iannis Abbott 0cr Company as a
matinee attraction. Ills a cerlninty Unit
llio theater w ill If crowded on tins occa
sion, aud a hirgn salu ol seats may be ex-
jsclcd oil Monday.
t'aalraia la l larallon.
This (Thursday) evening tho annual
May rnteitainment of the Christian
l'.rothcrs C'ollcgo will hike placo nt
tho Memphis Tliealer, and will consist of
contents iu elocution by tho students nu
ll r fifteen years ol ago of the intermediate
and preparatory classes. An attractive
nroirram. luciuiiiug music, vocai ami in
strumental, and ni iliili'iiis, has l-en pro-
pared by the r.rotbnrs lor tbu occasion,
i a -
old aa III Lasii,
tv al.lintt ball u i-.iiii.I of lbs k Catnly to
a Iwtllr of I'i runs a n ineily lor t onkin and
I 'olds Is ubtiiiiird It' ll iiin't IhiImbI. Ir.
Ilariinnn's "III" of I. 'b" srnl free by Peru
lis .M.-llcine ., f ..I.iiiiIhk, O , contains
nl. mutant rvldi-i f Ibis. K iel lur lU
I'cruna only II s bi.nle.
Fen. I'n ss M.iris a socially. I'inih
oUnl to new. Memphis Meant laundry,
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Italia. b unlet J. I.. II A 1. 1., C. C.
M. II. W lt.S. X 't s.
WEBD & MAURY,
321 front Bt.,
CRAIN AND COMMISSION,
a- bLLU OATS-
PHOIX WIRE WORKS.
Bcreen Wir Doors "3 Windows
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bes'ittobl- I-r I i. .Tu t l
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Bnildin" a:i l Loan Aswciation
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rmr.r. on cfntr.
LiJIilfi!LaC33(nid us the ootfl.Io
wrspiM-r frun a box of the genuine 1 tc
(!. MiLANKri Crt.raaATr.n Livia
I'lLia, with your aiMreas, j.Uinly writ
ten, and wa will as-n.l yiai, by return
sud Ulce.rni bio t ank KSSSXSJZSt
aiJlfilfi!LaC33eid Us the ootfl.Io I
Ef-iiith- nun Iu. tit tlisw osntiInn 1 Ml. P
Main and Madison Sts.
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GOLD AND SILVER
BOAT I NO,
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(MS.Mirsa'saUrW.iU RMa asa.hW
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C, L llvi'd k Co.
ORGILL BROS. & GO,
313 AND 312 FRONT STREET, MEMPHIS.
Avery Cotton Scrapers, Mitchell Cotton Scrapers
Randolph Cultivators, fida and V Harrows,
HANDLED AND EYE HOES
THOMAS HAY RAKES
BARB AND PLAIN WIRE.
DESJARDIKS, MILLER h HAWKINS
S04 & 303 MAIN STREET, - - MEMPHIS, TENN.
Wh ol esjilo II: vi'cl witre
STOVES AND TINWARE.
AGENTS FOR JOHN P. MANNY MOWING MACHINES
Chlofloln Huy Kako, Uunaor riantor, O impboil Corn Drill,
Door and Window Screens, Galvanized Poultry Netting
Ti 'n Mi-vwrr". Tea Oronm Frnnz-rn. Hanrllod Rnrl Kvo Hnni.
, . I.rMMOIl,
Leramon & Gale Company;
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
Mot. 320 and 323 Ms In Street, Memphis, Torji
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Pn !.ilnil. Vii,. rn .irnt. Tiimsim-.t. .VvrUiry '
THE SC11001MLD-11ANABER CO., '
(Siirrpssors In lllMl I
I I I i i r f a i
VV hULtbALt UhUUthb
AND COTTON FACTORS,
250 and 233 FKONT STREET. - - - MEMPHIS, TENN '
UUMH IUNAl'r.n, W. W. hi llO IU II.1,11, O. WIULF.ll
w ii Minrn
'Ul'Alll.lHIIi:i iMiiU. INCOIII'OKATKII 1
George Arnold Company,
Doalirs in Railroad and Loveo Contractors' Supplies.
301 Front Street. Memphis, Tend.
0E0. AntOI.I). Tn-s-t L. HU.AR, VI.
S. O H.YXN.
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INCOKHOM ATLD UNDLK
J AMl'.1 L l.'lMll I: P. I'r l.l' iil; JnllXI I'I N N. K- nl.iry su.l (i.-iirml laiissr. 1
M. II. 1 1! 171. VAN r. in Ml I .mil- I. j
'. W. M ill I.l I-:. W. A. I o. I. II it. T It. TKI ZI VANT. '
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iim 1 11 . 1 .r . 1-1 1 f;iiil I. -lull-. J
Rooms 21 nnd 22, Cotlon Cxch.in.io, - Memphis'
E. WITZMANN & CO.
WEBER lii KNABE
BKSt) I'OU CATALO'IUIH
221-223 SECOND STREET. - - - MEMPHIS. TENN
J. T. Lal-RAM
LaPRADE, McGllATIl & CO.
AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 204 FRONT STREET. I I I I I MEMPHIS. TENN.
Mullins & Yonge,
Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants
No. 370 Front Street. Memphis. Tenn
n, w. nr.
FLY, IIERRON & nOBSON,
Wholesale Grocers and Cotton Factors.
No. 822 and 824 Front Strut Memobla. Tana.
w. r. -nj.sa,
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lll.il. IIAVAIKIt X CO )
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TIIE LAWS Of t F.NNEISEE.