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TOE MEMPmS APPEAIit SUNDAY, JUNE 2, 18S9.
AN INSTITUTION O? WHICH MEM-
PHIS MAY BID PEOUD.
A School Where Prlnoipal, Teaobera
and Pupils All Work Togothor in Har
mony, Accomplishing the Best Possi
. Every city hns eorae specialty which is
its pride and is shown or talked of to visi
tors. There is ono sourco of pridu that is
univoraul in all cities, and oven in tho
Broallur towns, and that is the schools; cscb
avers and believes that it has tho best, and
bo wo are roady to stoutly contend that in
this, as in so tunny other matters, Mem
phis stands pro-eminent. Memphis is
proud of its schools and proud of its teach
ers, and in smaller and moro detached but
just as earnest circles, is very proud of its
pupils. Impelled partly by that aud partly,
perhaps, by personal interest, wo spent on
Friday a couple of very pleasant hours in
tho Lcath School, on Lindeu street. Tho
elcgaat, commodious and thoroughly ar
ranged new building will be ready for uso
this full, but awaiting that, tho school is
taught in tho litllo wooden wreck standing
under tho drippings of its utately rooftrco.
Tho removal of tho school to tho new
building will certainly mark an era of ad
vance, (or a principal and tenchers whoenn
uinintaiii tho discipline and do tho work
which they do amidst tho unpleasant sur
roundings and with tho nll-imperfcct ma
terial I noy now use, will surely show In tho
new building as well innnwged and thor
oughly taught a school as any of the cities
of America can present.
It was wonderful to mo how thev could
f Jo as well in tho worn and weary room.
uniu-reu wuua uuu iiuie-iiiiicu nnu million
appliances. Anyono who has had to do
with children of lesser or greater growth
knows how vry much thevaro influenced
in manners aud ways by externals, and
tho moral and entire behavior of this
school as it is now, shows a knowlodgo of
ciuiu lily and a thorough acquaintance
with all its qucerness and whims, anil nn
executive ability, power of adaptation lo
circumstances and an overcoming of inade
quate and uupretty surroundings that
speaks volumes in proof of the ability and
lilnexs for their position of Miss K'tidder
mid her assistants. We speak so fully of
this because so many aro npt to overlook
these undun influences and to tako as of
course the perfection of this school, with
out thinking of or acknowledging the hard
work anil great extra effort noces-iury to
produce this, as compared with ttiu better
accommodations of tho other echools of tho
city. It certainly is n school of training
and discipline in patimicc, and the ai t of
making tiio best of everything for tho
teacher as well as Ilia pupil.
Miss M. L. Judder, principal, s-tnej
peculiarly fitted for her rKnilioii. In her
(IrtM and manner she was a constant ob
ject lesson fur tho pupils, ns she iiuhs.'i
from rum to room wrli a word of coin
menilation or caution, llurnuict, womanly
presence poivadiug and intluencing, guid
ing and retraining. Mio is devoted to
this work, for which she is so well tilled,
both liv mil urn and trail. in? for tlm iwmi.
tiuii which slie has held fur live years past.
Klin is a full graduate of Synoilic.il I Vm.ilo
College o( ieorgia, having taken tho reg
ular clastical course, bcsiilo tho full liter
ary and mathematical one, ad ling nluiott
the entire male curriculum to that pre
scribed for female uraduates. A coiirmi of
travel in Kuro bus I niadi ned her views
and Increased her yoluliuv-a.
As it was tho cloving day of tho school,
tliero was a lrjo muinliini-o of parents
and m inis, nil ol whom were enthusiastic
In their approval. The face and b -havior
fl pupils is a suro test of a sclioul; these
imiiiU looked bright, cheerful and h.nipy.
there nothing of fear or avcrmon, hut
all gave proof of prompt, cheerful, willing
Ohvdicnco and attention. Itriore the
openin?, tho pupils scattuicd around
and in front of the buildimr were iiuit't
and ruiirlpoiis, showing careful, kind
training through lovo and pxampln, rather
than by fear nnd comn.nnd. Tho exami
nations were Quietly conducted and all tho
younktcrs weio atteiitivo and watchful.
(.vineing full conlldeuco in their touching
. id teachers, nud In their general kuowl-O-eof
their studies and work, it was also
evident that tliero had bm-u no siwdnJ
naming or prepantion, (in fact, the
lescher had had no timo for uoinir this).
nor did they know just what was coining
or when, but had to depend on their train
ing ami teaching, and the lacully ol ex
prcwiiiig ideas and giving thuir own
thought. I! very where was tho evidence
Of rapahlo and corneal work.
There were recitations by cIomcs. Tlio
fourth, fifth, sixth and seventh grades
pave vkenim in history, arithmetic,
geography, and In what is particularly in
our line, general knowledge, which was a
most iniercftiinz tuition ol iho eieniwu.
Tlio hltlu ones of tho lirst grade gave m i
tations and songs. One of thrao soittrs,
"llriclit Morning Hail," pnriUuUrlv
touched our feelings, ai we had loaned our
overcoat to a poor mu le for Iho aupixwd
summer, "l'icasure CTImbs to Kwry
Mountain." "tiaily Our Hark." "Mgh,
licntle (iides," "They Can't lo It, Nml
Know," sung, with applaiiio, by k. Har
ris, a woo ly, wlioM-cuifd to Ix-Iicvp that
lio could do it if any iKMly could; "llring
Mo a letter," by two litllo maiden.
m Julia Vauthn and Julia Ohm; "hate
well," by the seventh grade. Tho program
WH4 well srlected and admirably rendered,
ind showed rarnint work on tho part of
all, hut particularly of Miss Hii.a, who
lias rli.iri.tt of the little noes, who seem de
voted lo her. Mio viiia clcctfd to a higher
pradc, hut the wee bit dnrlingi rlniuicd her
With tears nnd pmh'siiilioiin, and alio, l.ka
a true woman, sacrificed horsed for her
charge. Mm awarded a gold mo.lnl lo
Wns-rl! Cundolpli for highest average, also
beautiiul hsdgos U five others for merit.
Kuril teacher has a specially, which slio
ih'trl'M s in additi'in to l.er general work.
MiMt NtolU tt has trained lur pupils in
(Iniwing maps nil I outline, and Iter black
board showed some Hue rvlmensof I heir
skill and art Ihen-iii. Miss ..ilioiil has
the reputation of being one of tlio m at
conscientious and hanlel workers of tho
seventh grsdo in the city scIkkiU, her pu
juts have made an ei'-cp loiinily lino rec
ord In their examinations and duno grout
rrnlit to her powers ol instruction. Mis
Thompson, a very young teacher, gives
proiiiiMof groat u-M'fulness; iho is 0110 of
the best disciplinaiians iu the list of
teachers, niitwithstanding her youth. Mio
awarded prin-s for (lelwirtincnt to Helen
l'rul..tnan and ( nrrio Wollo, and to Tom
(mut-cnr atvl lI.io C'rulmsd for proll-
rinov in m hool work. Her specially is
linn iH'iiinansliili. We could Out hilt (eel
envious of her pupils, when we thouitht of
tho misery caused uy our own ciurogra
tdiv. Musi llanks has a welk'arned rvpu-
tstiou as superi'ir teacher in
tho primary Rrade; tlis succeswlul
tosehlnn of these little ones is a true
testol ri al nieiit, and rnpilrcs rare powers
of patience anil disKxitlou,aa well s skill.
Miss Msiukuhl Is a very young teacher.
hardly more tlian a school girl herself, she
seems to reuMmbef her own school days
and what she winhsd then, sod from her
xierlnr lo know the wants and ways of
her pupils. Mieawaruau 10 jsyior
lone, Kmma Arnold aud Irs no Walker
rrltes for excellcat work and deportment
Miss Hpocra aemed, from the pmfkienry
of her pupilN to be most suoceaslul
teacher, whose work was well dune, whose
examinations evidenced mosf thorough
and apt training. Miss Park's specialty
seemed to be general usefulness. I lor
room, with all its deficlonces. looked a
model of cmiot comfort, aud made us bo
lieve that Lor home was a placo where all
was well, bho was moat tliorouchlv an
iuibodirucnt of that good old Saxon word
lomo-ly, true genuine hoinoncss.
We aro but little acaunintcd with the
schools of the city, but certainly, if this is
n fair sample, Memphis has good reason to
be proud of its schools and its teachers.
There was no sign of tho rod or birchen
rule in tho face or manner of the pupils,
but a pinuino kindliness and scusoof lovo,
truth und honor was everywhere to be seen.
Wo might huvo, perhaps, said moro of in
dividuals, but those teacliers are but a
portion ol the uiiuw ol teachers who do
thoir work trulv, honestly, patiently, earn
estly, conschntiously and well. Nouo do
it better, nnd the result Is shown m the
everyday life of the children of tho Lcath
The annual memorial sorvicos will tako
place at the National Cemetury on
Nnuilay, June 9, 1SS0,
Under the auspices of Memphis Tost No.
3, Urand Army of the Republic.
John C. Hook, post com Plunder.
T. B. ICdgington, senior vico-comfnander.
(icorgo Hook, junior vico-communder.
lien. W. J. Mniih, adjutant. ,
W. II. Adamn, quartermaster.
M. T, Williamson, ollicarof tho day.
A. J. Steele, chaplain.
Thad Dounhun, post surccon.
Kxerciscs will begin promptly at 3:30
o clock p.m.
Tho post nnd visilinti comrades will form
nt the guto of tho ccmotery, and, bended
by the band, will march to tho stand.
AwcmhlT '... . Fir the Hand
Memorial t-urvlcvu.... Uy Memphis 'ot No. 3
Miiiic ... II) (lie H ind
Cr .iiou............ll) CuuiruiiuT. II Kilxinuion
Miulc Uy tho hum!
Homiliclliin . ....ltev. ). IV. Inrmhnm
lutloo ...Uy Uic llauil
A generul invitation is extended to all
citizens to meet with us and participate iu
Trains will leave tlio Ixmlsvillo A Nash.
ville Hepot at 1, 2 and 3 o'clock p.m. A
committee in chargo of the train will see
to the comfortable seating of nil ladies and
gentlemen. Itcturuing, tho first train will
leave the cemetery immediately after the
exercises, and will mako as uiutiy trips as
mav be necessary lo provide scats lor all.
rare lor tho round trip, & cents.
PACIFIC EXPRIS33 COMPANY
Monoy Ordors, Payablo at Over 10,000
Places In the United BUtot and
The particular attention of the public is
invited to the unequaled advantages of
our new money order svatem.
Money orders aro sold at tho ofTicos of
tho company, at any business hour, for
any sum up to J.V). run-boxers of money
orders aro not required to lid out blunk
Kates Not over J-'i, 6 cents; over ?. to
$10, 8 cents; over ill) to $-'0, 10 cents; over
If JO to iM, 12 cents; over $M to itd, 13
cents; over H) l: fr-i'J. L'O ceiils.
Uur rates nro the lowest and tho security
alliirdcd is nhsoluto. Hecei pts arc given,
and orders lost or delayed can be ro-
fuiiiled without any delay or inconveu-
Insurance companies. eo-os?iativo len
ellt asn-iiitiiuis and bininewt men gen
erally will find them a gi-eut convenience,
as tlo-y can ho dcHaited iu hanks, same
as checks and drafts, and nro redeemed
through tlio batik clearing-houses in till
the principal cities. For further informa
tion apply to any agent of tho company.
Ullice, .11 Niutn louit sinn-U
Tho ent.,r'r's'llR firm of Lulling A Huiley
sro rapidly building a reputation for doing
good work. They have already completed
some of the most thorough and well venti
lated jobs of plumbing ever done in Mem
phis. Their idea is to use the best mate
rials and workmanship, sbich rcenlts in
comfort and satisfaction to their patrons.
They make a specialty ol remodeling old
a o. toop & co.
Will Fill Orders For
As l.4w aa Aug lions lit America.
Tlio Kansas City, Fort .Volt A Memphis
Ihulioad, in toiiucction with llui I'nion
I'nrilic llailrnnd. havo arranged to st-ll
round trio tickets from Memphis to hail
rrauclM o lir : I.si. l in inciii.u-s a rounu
trip tu kel good for six inotith, sleeping
car from Mrtnptn lo Nil Francirco. ineuU
en Mute, side tr.ps into the mountains of
Colorado, hotel bills, hack fare nnd every
roneeivnblo expense. The excursion will
bo limited to l.ri), and Will ho cuuimcd ol
tho very U-st eoplo. There will be no
crowding in the sleein-rs, only twenty-four
person to a ear. Iho lia'n will leave
Memphis al It.') o'clock a.m. Juiin II
from the Mississippi k 'reiinesre iH-pot,
and will take tun diiv to make the trip on
account of stops nt Ix-nvor, hait J Jike and
other noted points ol inton-st. 1 or lull
particulars call nt 'XV.) Main street.
II. I. Ft.l.is, lieneral Agent
a HcWshM, SO I'slss IH
Has ntently inndo some of the ni't
jieautilul suits ol cliilhes ever ein in Ilia
ritv. Ho iimkes a specialty of tine g'snts,
and Ins reputation lor lilting is unsur
I'arties wanting licknts for Juno 0 draw-
ing should send their orders Immediately
loJ. w. sullen, iisruee sin-ei. -asu
tillo, Tenn. N-nd psiwr money in ordi
nary lettr. or postal note; rurrency
amounting toJ. by express. atnp-rs
exneuse. Over fl.'.'OO was distributed in
Memphis from May drawing.
Memphis t arrUa Warks,
Koe. 81 and 83 Madison Stsext,
Repsirlug and rtullding Fino Vehicles.
Fflt IrrM fhlrts specialty. Finish
equal to new. Memphis htesm laundry.
T:i hecotid slroek itranch oltice, al
M ad isoD street
Miwrms Htesm Carpet Cleaning and
licnovsting Woiks, ZAi ikals ilirct. Tele-
MEMPHIS COTTON BELT.
MAT REPORT 'OF CROP CONDITIONS
BY PORTER Si MACRAE.
Crop One Week Late Poor Stands-
Heavy Amount or Replanting Pro
gressing Owing to Very Dry and Cold
Weather General Rains.
The annual May report of Torter A Mac
rae as to tho condition and stand of tho
cotton crop In tho Memphis district will bo
found below, as compiled from tho answers
of CU3 correspondents:
Oi nennr I'ortfr A H vcras,
Corvos i' Across anii Wiuh.k.ai.k i.iioesas,
No. inn) l'lioNt Si iiki: r,
Mkmi-his, Tcnu., Jiiuu 1, 1SS9.
Dear Sir llelow wo givo you our third
annual report as to tho condition of the cot
ton crop in the Memphis district, for tho
mouth of May, compiled from C33 corre
spondents iu Arkansas, Mississippi, Ten
nessee and Alabama, Tho couditions have
bcou generally unfavorable during tho en
tire mouth, owing to tho very dry and cool
weather. Tho stand aro very poor, and
nt present wo do not think there is much
hotter than ouo-halfof what wo would call
perfect stauds, except in tho lower Missis
sippi Kivor district, whero very early plant
ing was resorled to. In portions of Ar
kansas they ulso havo good stands, but In
Tennessee and Alabama they are very
poor. Ucplanting has aud will bo moro
general this mouth than wo havo ever
known it tit this lato day in tho sex'ou.
The rainlall has been almost noihiug up to
the 25th of May, wheu in many localities
there was light showcis, and again on tho
'JtHh, we had good general rams all over
this diclrict, aud wo expect this to rcvivo
tho growth und bring up cotton that has
been in the around for the past two weeks,
aud thereby improve tho stands. Tho
fields aro almost entirely free from grass
and weeds, and wcro In good condition to
reeelvo tho rain. The crop in this district
is fully ono week later than last year. Tho
Signal Service olllcer informs us that tho
indications are for warmer weather, w hich
is badly needed, nud in a short whilowe
hoe to bo able to givo a moro cheerful re-
we tnanx our iriends lor prompt replies.
Average date, May 113.
ABKANSAS 223 KKPI.IUS,
How aro the stands in your neigh
borhood as compared with last year?
Answer 30, butter, 02, the same; 111,
not so good.
Has replanting lo any extent been
Answer 54. no; 100. yes.
3. Is tho plant more or less forward than
Answer 02, moro forward; 131, less; 37,
4. Has tho moist nro to dale been suffi
Answer 03, yes; 101, no.
6. Is the crop clean and fico from grass,
or tho reverse?
Answer 2 tit, clean; 4, grasiy.
(i. How w II tho trio of the plant this
year compare w ith hut?
Answer Oi, the Mine; 1-3 smaller; s.
. How many days later is the crop than
Auawer 1S1. average 12 days later; in.
average 10 days earlier; bli, the same; 223,
ovulate o dav Inter.
nistIssiiti 210 nui'i.ir.v
1. How uio tho stands in vour neighbor
hood ns compared w ith las, year?
Auswer 22. bettor; 17, tlio same; Id.
Hut so good.
Hai replanting to any extent been
Answer 24, no; 1S1, yo.
3. Is the plant more or lens forw ard than
Answer 40, moro lorward: 1 11, loss; 24,
4. H is the moisture to dale been suf
Answer 30, yes; ISO, no.
6. Is the crop' clean and freo from grass
or the reverse?
Answer 203, clean; 5, grassy,
(L How will tho si of the plant this
year compare with hut?
Answer ji, mo same; n-, smaller, m,
7. How many days later is tho crop than
Answer 127, averago 12 days later; 3 t,
average II days earlier; 60, the same; 210,
averago o days Inter.
TKNXKSSKC 120 BCI-LIKS,
1. How are the stands in your neigh
borhood MS compared Willi lnt year?
Answer 2, better; 7, the same: 111, nol
2. Hns replanting to any Client been
Answer 10, no; no, yes.
3. Is tho plant more or less forward than
Answer J, moro forward: w less; v.
4. Has tho moist nro to dato been suffi
Answer 4, yes: lift, no.
6. Is tho crop clean an I free frora grass,
or tho roverse?
Answer 11H, clean; 2, gray.
It. How will Ihn s:x.t of tho plant this
year compare with hud?
Answer 10, the same; iu.i, smaller; o,
7. How many days Inter Is tho crop than
Answer 103, averago 12 days Inter, 3,
average t days earlier; 12, the sat no; 120
nvcriigj 10 days later.
AI.AIUMA PO IIKI I.IS,
1. I low aro Iho stand In your neighbor-
hood ns compared With last your?
Answer 2 U-ltvr, 0 Ihv same, 2 not so
P""'-.. . .. . . .
2. lias rcj iuiiung to noy exu-nt uecn
Aniwi-r 7 no, 3 yes.
3. Is tho plant moreorlc-s forward than
l"tp"r? . ...
Answcr-U more loiwaru, o p-ss, v tne
4. Has tho moisture to d.ito biou sunt-
Answer 1 yes, 1 1 no.
. Is the crop clean and fico from grass,
or the revew?
a iiawer- hil clean.
fL How will lh slxo of ll:e plant this
vear compare with last?
. i - .... iii . . n 1 1 . . i
Answer it i.iw iiir, yj iiniiic-i, u
Inner-. . ... ...... ..
7. How many uays lamr is mo crop
ll.on liikt vp.ir?
Annwrr i0 svorngo 14 days later, 4 av
erage 7 dnvs earlier, It) tlio Mine, bu aver
sg i"lO days later.
BICAIITl.l.ATIOS-l.I mi'i.irs, tvxu I,
1. Jlownn-tho stands in your nulgh
Iwrhmsl ns compared with Istl year?
Anwer-i'l U-tlor, 2 lbs nime, 405 not
SO good. . ,
2. Has replanting to nny extent beon
Answer -O-) no. fid yes.
3. Is tht plant more or less forw ard than
Aiiswur--lOI more forwsrd, 4"i3 less, "II
'''."llas iho niolsluro to date been suf
ficient? Answer-101 ye 6.10 no
6. Is the crop clean and freo from gram,
or the r-t u- ?
Answer-0-2 cleuJ, II tfiajsy.
ft. How will the sixo of tho ulant thin
year compare with last?
Answer i lo tuo same, ijj smaller. 83
7. How many days later ia tho cronthnu
Answer 113 avorngo I2J duys later, 8
averago 10 days earlier, 13 1 the sumo, 033
averago 7 days later.
KKCAI'IIL'LATIOX OlM UUl'UKS JINK 1,
1. How aro tho stands in your neighbor
hood ns coiuared with last year?
Answer 203 bettor, JiO the same. Ill
not so good.
2. Has replanting to any extent beon
Answer 400 no, 70 yes, 111 very little.
3. Is tho plaut more orics forward than
Answer ii moro forward, ;is less, itio
4. Has tho moist uro to date been suill-
Aswor 383 yes, 210 no.
5. Is the crop clean and free from grass,
or tho reverse?
Answer 618 clean, 58 fair condition, 17
0. How will tho size ol tlio plant this
your coin i m ro with hut?
Answer 101 tho samo, 371 smaller, 01
7. 1 low many days later Is tho crop than
Answer 308 averago 12 J days Into, 41
earlier, 154 samo.
To De Held In KerrvlUe ou Tuesday
Next Interesting Progrum.
To Iho KUItor ut The Appeal:
Wo send you herewith, Imping you will
bo able to print in tomorrow's ArrcAi.,a
program which explains itself. If you ran
oblige us so far, plenso say in addition
that the fifty Fabbnth-schools in ISIieiby
County joining in this Ass'iclalion nro ex
pected to send two to ton delegates each
to this Convention, aud that Kerrvillo
stands ready to wclcoino and entertain nil
Sabbath-school friends and workers iu tho
county, Thoso going from Memphis will
please apply through school's superintend
ent to Ma, J. M. Kd wards, nt ollico Val
ley Kailroad on bouth Court street, toil) or
row ( Mondavi for ticket ut rod need rates.
Ihnuer served oil tho grounds. Holegates
Iroin city wnl go out by : 10 o clock a.m.
train (Chesapeake A. Oh'ioKoad), Tuesday,
and return ut 11 o'clock p. in. Kcspcct
fullv. etc.. Jons It. l'Keei n.
Sabbath-School Association Vice-President
for Shelby County, Tennessee Slato.
Mu. Am'ii's Cami-iiicu, Scovtary.
ii:.ti. ,.iiiilnnl Fxon-lT.
II m)-l:ei.oriiiliiini 1 II Pi-Men
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Her. II. A. June..
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tci -a luiirt rim I- L'ivcl. In Iho li.-lir. Ilia
rnmiiig iiiiiu is liiihli- t !.' a liairli- iiiiiin.il;
lii-iire, lo pr.-vi-ul Iho hair miu lulling, mo
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An Ainorlran Traarl Irlar4.
CiiH Afio, III., Juno 1. A sM-cial dis
pn'ch from Ottawa, OnL, says: Tho Ma
rine? and Fisheries Department today to
ceived a dispatch from Cspt, Kuowlton,
of tho cruiser Vigilant, reporting that ho
bnd aeired an American vessel. When
two miles north of Capo North he discoy
ered part of tho crew of Iho Gloucester
and s liooner'.Msttni inslnp engiiged in
lUhiug. they being at the tune barely two
uii.es Iroin tho land, tin luimediulely
priceoilol to overhaul Ihn vesvel. On
lioaidiug tho Wiimliip, CupL Knowlton, oh
lalning no satu.fuctory expliuution from
seir.uro nr violalioii ol inn li-lieries Inws
under existing treaties, ill.) (loierniiient
will await a lull report by mini helorn Ink
ing action. Tho skipper of the M .it lie was
not in prstscsxion of n linnno urider tho
niiidii dividend. Mr. TupM-r, M.nisor
of I ithcrie. ri'reivedni'riuited spnlch last
night giving luillier lulormatioii aliout II o
Tho fiili-f Ilraann f' h " tiK""""'
Hood aarupirllla U fnuiit In l"-l
Mm It Ina. It Ii lhi l'i -! I 'lnll. r au4
ani.ailr ar'Miinplliliaa all 1' o " Ii.'i.h1 lr It
-rayart4 auij bf C L UuM a C o., Uw.il. llaaa
1880 -SPRING ANNOUNCEMENT -1889
W Aro Dotormhiod to Orca'.ly Rodm-a lr tho Noxt 1'ow Woakt by
OXTFI511INC3- A.T VV: !iY LOW PRICES
Our Sto;lc I
Memphis, : Tcnu.
R. 1 . fmt,
Jo, W. Atlimu,
1. T. Uad.lra,
It. ('. Grave,
W. N llruwn,
Jaa In, Jr.,
J. K Kuliinyin,
J. T. IVIllt.
I. J. Jriiur,
I, o. II. Varies
J. W. I'ut linn.
W. A. Krrrnnn.
C F. Fsmiwiiitli.
JOH! TV. COCHRAN, l-ml.lriiL
LOU IS IIANAt'KH. Met I'mMrnl
JD1IN M. I'hrKM, 1'jilni-r.
C C SBI.PkN, AUtant Cmlili-r.
Alliance Bank, Limited, London, England j
Chemical Nulonal Hank. 1 1 1 New York j
Wc arc in.nuif.ictureiV
acrcnts for Milliard Tables
ami equipments. Unr fixt
ures a specialty. Sporting
iroods of all kinds. We
am supply you at short no
tice at bottom prices. Ta
bles exchanged. Write to
us for prices.
CONVliRSH & COOK,
OffHa anil Dllllarl Parlora,
320: Main st, Memphis, Tenn
W. J, CHASE & CO.
H! Ai.i r.a !
HAY, CORN, OATS
Corn nnd Whout. Drnii, Oil M jiU,
Sacked Meal and Sacked Flour
a S,-cla ty.
I I1I CI MINT AMI I IIIK llll'IK.
No. 100 MAUI tTI'.RET, MKMriII3
WEBB & MAURY,
L33 Front Ht.,
CHAIN AND COMMI33I0:
- btLL OATa.
Ka. to maim prErT. Hmrnia, tkkiu
laapnnm tni tMala-a In Onaa, oiumwiIIIm
a I'laliln IkII., llalliUra' llarjwaa.
1 larlrto Italia mm AaMcailif lut HuUUauJ
l.iairbi MuaaUat AJwaa a IUa4 lfUlnt
G-JLHTU CLOCKS, T3T03rZ3II3,
I'nllroly Too Larao tor tho S8aio.i.
ml 31t lJjm
ALOHA CREAM KIIY BUTTER
25c PER IFOTTIsro
THE LOBDON-PENlcFcROCERY COWT
No. 355 MAIN STREET.
ST. CLAIR nPEAKFAST UAON.
PICKLES AND LUNCH COOOS
Of Every Doncilptloa.
A. M. WORTHAM & CO.
No. 176 MAIN Hrr.Bli.T,
NOS. 30a and 304 FRONT
J. M. li'x KI.KY. II. II. WILKIN. IIJ'.NUY IUSK.1 T- WiLKlNfO.
DOCKEllY, WILKINSON & CO.
Cotlon Factors and Commission Merchants,
No. 35o Front Street, Up-Stalrs, MEMPHIS, TENN
AVANt'l MAtlli! IV A w 1 1 .
MALONE, CHAPMAN & ELDER
HATS, CAPS AND STIUAV GOODS
LADIES' TRIMMED HATS,
nna main btukt.
Mullins & Yonge,
Cotton Factors and Co.nmission Merchants
N5. 370 Front Street. Memphis. Tenn.
laroh btoo:c or
Call ut O.iot, ana uci rir.t unoio,
WE AnE HAPPY BECAUSK WB BtJt
$2.50 LADIES' & GENTLEMEN'S
THE BEST $2.50 SHOES IN THE WORLD
2.21 AND 305 MAIN ST., MEMPHIS.
A l.rge Sinek of tli" rieevt and Medium Grade
Boots, Shoes and Slippers
At Low Price3.
Ordora Froii Abroad Will Reoolvi
rr.ipiij? M"n;i- n
John l YocgcYi lie Co.
Man 11 f.n tiiieiK and I'e; I 1- in
ROOTS I SHOES
271 jnd 410 Ma'n St:cot,
MSVniTS. .... TENN
ST.. MEMPHIS, TENN.
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