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TIIE MEMPHIS APPEAL: FRIDAY, JUNE 7, 1SS9.'
PLENTY OF BUSINESS.
S 0 DULLNESS FOB THB EIQHT SAGS
i CIT7 80LON8.
Iluiln Aaaortmant of Mlacellaoeoua
Matters, Out of Which th Majority
of Bead era Can Belaot Ono or Mora
That Speolally Intereata them.
j.oe regular monthly meeting 01 me
5 1 .eirialative Onnni-il wm hold vestordav
J afternoon, all members present aave Mr.
L. r It was announced in advance Hint "thar's
f lots o' business bore for us," and so it
From 2:30 o'clock to 6:45 o'clock there
i was scarcely a moment of stillness, and
when the reporters in attendance "bal
anced up" they found memoranda suffi
cient for reading matter to fill a book.
Such bulky reports, however, could ndt bo
consiQered a moment, bonce the condens
ing machine was put ia operation. Here
is the result:
THKY WOULDN'T DISCUSS THEM.
Secretary Pullen opened the BCBsiou with
an invocation to the press representatives
and spectators- to restrain any desires
which might ever and anon ariso in their
breasts to "chip in" the proceedings, alter
which fifteen minutes was consmuod by
bun in reading minutes ol the lust meet
"Are there any objections to tho min
utes as read, gentlemen?" inquired tho
"I move thev bo approved." put In Col,
Handle, in great haste, lost somebody
make a speech on them. Even this failed
' to bar the door, for President lladden
'i going to open the ball.
"ihero are some things in there wo
ought to tnllc about," suid bo, and pro
ceeded upon one ol them. He had been
instructed at the last Council meeting to
ee Mr. James Maydweil with rctereneo
to the lot on Adams street adioiuinz the
station house. Unreported that ho had
sent a note to tho gentleman asking biin
to come up and discuss the proposition
Nothing had been heard from him, and
the only thing now to be done was to in
atruct the attorney to proceed for a con'
deuimition of the lot The attorney will
at once proceed according to latest im
TDK MONTHLY RGPOHT8
were then tukcu up, read, and approved
in a lump.
Engineer's Department For paving
streets, irradinir, brides, ruiverre, etc.
S-l.W'&ttf; sewers. $l,ii.V.l.4S; wharf and
binding, $:Muo.&:; totul,$.'(l,703.UD. There
were bulky detail statements showing
where oxicurc wero incurred, the most
of it bcinu on Third street.
Market in AHter Collections . for the
mouth, (131.75. The report also sets forth
that there were delinquent accounts duo
to May 25, $52i).75.
J'olico Total arrests, 610; white, 303;
colored, 327; numlier lined, 317; amount
fit lines assessed, t-'i.Gl'il.'.'O; amount paid,
JVJSl. !.'; total exx-nses, 'I,KS0.47.
Fire Number of alarms responded to,
S; loss of ow ners, !M,7:.'; loss of oecu
punts. $4,087; total, $!I,7H; insuioncoof
owners, flt,4iK)j-oeeuiiiiils, SiiT.'-'H);
insurance, tMlu,G.Hr, Insurance over
lloard of Health and Uarbagc Loads of
garbsgo removed, 3,573; tho sanitary in-
(pperiors una aiso wen moving nrnunu
lively. Expenses, S3,U7'J.1'I. l'ulieuts
f Irviited at hospital, 111. Total expense,
City Iiogisler Hancock Amount ol gen
eral tax registered, $IMI,412.:!I; liiensoi
iwued, J10.471.5o-, rent collected, $!,
Whsrfmostpr Oollcctioin, 154. 00.
lnf etor of Weights and Measures
Amount of colleclioiia, 11. :.'".
' WANTS TO IS LOAD.
1 If It IVi'Miii. ant rfr!nlititlon( ett llm
Memphis A Charleston K.itlroad, wrote:
"In answer to your letter about electric
lights, I think we nro as heavily loaded
with electric lights now as we ouxlit to be,
and if there would bo no mora service
than there has been In tho past they could
tie very esily disx-ncl Willi. As regards
l.imliti street, we don't wsut any light for
penplo to walk the liestlo at that point;
wo want the peoiilo to keep oil" tho treailo.
Vo would like n.o to keep them oirthe
I.. I. W It Im . ..I U ... .1.. I u III I. ...A
J liniR II II M WWiUIU IV iv vu. a mil nam
' tliw -nrk lMlwiwn Mitin and lsticniiil
atreeta, on Wn-hinuton. liuished as soon
as tiOKsible. Wn have luvl to stop the
force from work there to till up tho cul.
vert, so as to change tho track."
Ik-reived and tiled, and President in
strueted to tuko such action as is deemed
A KkW HOSPITAL.
President lladden asked fur the advice
of the Council aa to tho lollowiug nmponi
tion: "That we arranua to build a new bos-
piUil on the corner ol Madia n and I'unlap
atreeta, upon tho present lupitsl lot; say
: Ull i 1UI .liu IITI vtl i'liiinMi u in g v n.
It to where MnnriK itreet is intended to pro-
' Je t through the present hospital lot. In
; order to carry out this arlirme tho r-
luaindor ol the real estate embraced in said
, liiMpilal grounds be ollered upon the
I market for Sale, and that the amount bn
-. exiivndeil in tho new building mum said
"Out. Aftor two years roiis.drrution of va-
us sites for a new bopitnl, I havo con
cluded that our own ground is tho best
site. Ut us uso tho h l deniruble portion
and sell the remainder and gel nicaus to
erect a No. 1 buil liiu."
Action deferred until next meeting.
UKCusrs or coMmrricr.s.
T. J. tiruham, James Ice, Jr., ami
Charles Kney, tho coiuuntleo. reorled in
favor of allowing Hie lx)uisville At Nash
Y.llo Railroad ( oinpany in erect a "coal
tipple" on Wi.lf River, also the (.'hickossw
Cviicr.iiM Ciiuipiiny for sswiuh tra( klnlo
llivir yards, the two companies lo py
vr year rental to Tsxitu Diiinct for said
privilege, er.ti-rinn into a regular lease, and
that the lease run nl loiikt-r lliiiu tho
li-Hse with lbs Iximavillo A .Nahvillc Coin
T. J. (irulum, r'smuel llirwh" and I.y
inns Wallace, tho committee, rriMirled
Hint tho laudable (ios I'oinpsny be re
qulreil to e xte nd Its ihmiiis only tion such
streets aa ars now being paved, or along
aueh street or stn-ets as may petition for
f ns when the number f patrons may lust
IV, in the judgment o( the Council. 'Ibey
also n-ojiiiiendei that tbo Hoard of
Health bo reii(iilrd to Fxamine tbo fia
now tM'iiijt fiiruiobed as lo the ellect on tbo
Iieallh ol the city. Adopted.
I). 1'. lladden, hsinuel liirsch, T. J.
(iral.sm and J. T. IVltit, tho coiniiiilU-e
on ths petition of the Mrmplii Oil Com
pany, and tha r(unt.r-X'tition of the
Cbiikusaw Redoing Company, rcorlcd It
aa unauvlaaltls to allow mora tracks on
J'romenndu stioet at thai vint Ailoplnl.
T. J. (irahsm, Jamca Ice, Jr., and turn
net liirsch rciiorled:
"We, your commltleo on petition of Cil
Iwns' Mreet Railnai Company for
double track n Mielby street, would rs
port that whenever the aahl atroet railroad
company shew to Ibis Council, by clition
or (,l ioiw so. Hint ll is proper to aim
tloublo tracks on Mielby street, and further
irre to pay all expense that may arise by
reaaon ol widening and paving lbs extra
spsee, which shall not bv leaa than live le-t
on each aide u( said street, that tho pctl
tion bo then K'snlvJ, subject to such other
sipulntlons and conditions as may then ap
pear proper. And we further recomuiond
that' the petition be rejected unless said
railroad company complies with this re
port within sixty days from this date."
W. F. Taylor asked to bo excused from
laving a stone sidowulk on North Court
street, as he expected to build at the same
time the Tennessee (JIUD does, at an eany
date. Extended to September 1st.
K. Galloway asked that a small portion
of the Kansas City, Springfield A Mem
phis Kail road Company's contribution be
devoted to reclaiming t."aiuoun street e
twoen tlie.lby and Main streets. He
forred to tho President with power to act.
fcj. 1' arris & Co. objected to making con
nection with tho Artesian Wuter Compa
ny s mains, and submitted his grievance
to tho Council. Received and filed, and
comphuncrs must take water.
u K. Dyer complained inai somenoay
had fenced up the first alley west of Main,
on the south sidoof Talbot street, running
alongside. In consequence, tbo garbage
carls refuse to entor tho nlloy to remove
the garbage. Keferred to Engineer Alert"
wet ier and Chief Davis.
Residents of Linden stroet protested
against tho frequent carousals of negroes
at tboir church on I hidden avenuo, be
tween Linden and Pontotoc streets. Sug
gested that it be referred to Mai. T. 1).
Edcington. with power to act, out this
failed, and it went to tbo pastor, tho Rev.
Y m. Morgan, as it was discovered to oo
anonymous. J no note was reconsidered
and went into tho waste basket.
I. N. lluistcr asked for the appointment
ns Market master, and was recommended
bv friends. Received and filed.
Citizens and proiwrty owners subscribed
905 for the purpose ol graveling Ross
avenuo, twenty feet wide, from Lane
avenue to Poplar street, the city having
lately graded sumo. The cost was figured
out to be $2,100, whoreupou tho work was
Mr. Culberson submitted an order from
President lladden to connect his premises,
No. 00 IjiRoso street. Willi ttio sewer sys
tem, also a private property barrier. Re
ferred to the President with power to buy
right of way through burrier, Interposed
b T. II. Lane, .Messrs. Wallace, liirsch
and Graham voting against it.
Mrs. Mary Dmran sskod for an exten
sion of six months on an order to lay a
stone sidewalk on the Main and Exchange
streets fronts ol her proiierty. Urauto:!.
A ULARINO M KNACK.
Chiof Ryan, of tho r'iro IHpartmont,
culled attention to the neceiNitv ol ait or
dinance prohibiting tho piling or storing of
lumber and rubbish from snwmills in closo
nruximitv to railroad tracks, owinir to tho
dancer ol Ores. Referred to tho Chief and
"Resolved. Tlist hereafter all sewers.
water and ens mains bo placed in tho
ullcvs instead of in tho streets, as at pres
ent.'' bv Cunt. Leo. was adopted, an ordi
nance to be framed ut the ucxt meeting to
enn-v it into ellect.
Mr. John W. Rabo hand.'d in a sub-
scrintidn list of i) H) for tho improvement
of Pontotoc street, from t vn'.hu street to
the railroad track, with fcSjOeath. Tho
work will bo don.', to tho extent of tJ.OO ,
tho citv pavinz balanco.
A bid lor $10, from tho Hoard of Health
Ititainst lr . A. A. Liurcnce, lor cleaning
out and disinfecting p.-vines, corner
inurket street and Market Smart', which
the d'n'tor refused to pay. w is referred to
tho City Attorney to institute legal pro-
ceedingi for lis collection.
m.ai.v jkntic-oN srur.i:r.
Resident of Jclfcroit street extended.
ineludiuit those on tho Ras avenue cxteii'
sum. ciwl ol .iianiiHvis sireel, reiiurtie.i
that tho name ol the entire street eal ol
tho Charleston dcivot shull be named plain
"Jeircrsvn street, tho mi no as that portion
west of said deimu AIhj that tho name
bo placed on liiniii ixxtis at corners or on
other sellable place Tho petition was
f ranted, and Ran avenun within tho city
imit.H. is no more. Iluiiso huuiIkti w iil
bo pmiHTly eo till lined Irotn r rout street
Tho foll-iwiug bids for tho supplying of
iron pipe for uso In drain ordered iu
Hiinklc. Harrison & Howard Iron Cow
pany, Si. Louis, $-'' Ier ton of 2,000
im u uds.
Dennis linif A o., Louisville, JJi.j
per ton of 2.ss) noiinds.
Inm work about the now ststion-house,
simunting lo alxuit $:til, was swarded to
lan Shea and tho Memphis Machine
Charles Ciocbcls A Co., 134 Union sheet,
it. b huia1iriJ, corner Main and Mc'Jull
THAT IIIKT CIISSTM'T.
The aucust body went oiT into a discuss
ion of the contract with thn Newport News
h MiSNimippl Vslley Riilroad Company
for a union pa-sK'iiifiT ileiiot. Hie con-
Irael was made in AuauM. 1SS7; was to bo
fullilled in two years, and tho only work
done toward it was the paving of a section
of Front street. I'resident Madden id
his object in springing tho contract was to
hate tho railroad enmpany nolitli-d that if
the contract wm not complied with, ho
was ready to fly the track, as alsmt f PHI,
Oisl was h it nut while ho was sick, any
how. There it stands.
win. sis simcr IT.
Tho President then announced that, in
view of the movement l divide l.nmdway
street between the CharliMtun aud Kanas
City railroad companies, the city bad li"t-
Ier Imi liumpnu Hh-II to p-oleet us ru'liis
thereto, Uefeired H tho City Attorney, to
I'resident lladden also brought np the
subject of tbo rilvs contract with tho
Memphis City ll.nln.a 1 l.ompanv, in put
Jclleiiwin street In proper condition, ami
Riipgiiitcd it aa another Ii.ihis fr activity
in pniaecution in tho courts, it win oo
Tho Council then adjourned.
( Ian lllamil I'aloS
lathe constitutional blooil dir.iso wliich
huJor s. veral ci'nturiisi past been Infctt
liaTiankvml with its annoying features
aud dentructiva resuila, and is now tha
picat bans of thn hum. in race. Tins is
the worst of all blood contagion, as the
horrible poison is transmitted from one
generation to thn next, and even the thiol
ami fourth. We do not honestly believe
(hut the terrible acnunro bus ever been
cured and thoroughly crndicaled from the
human body by any other reined) th in
hwift's hMM'ille, and we further say that
f wid's .---i tic haa never beeu kii'iwn to
full to inako a Mrmaneut cure in any csso
when it has lnn taken before any of tho
vital organs had b.-como so linpaiisd as lo
render a euro iinosiblo.
F wilt's Hpeclfle entirely cured mc of
severs csso of Mood oiin which olti
nately resisted and refuaed to be cured for
over twenty-six years. T he regular medi
cal remedies of mercury and kIukIi only
added fui I to the Maine. 1 suite red during
mt ol this long limo wiih ulcers,
blotches aud sores of tho most offensive
character, and was for a long time prsrtl
cully an Invalid. In less than thirty days'
uae of H. b. H. I was all cleared up soi ud
and well. Jhis lias tieen nearly a year
ago, ana no sign oi any return ol tho ou
enemy. Jons B. Willis,
8? Clark Hired, Alluula, ia.
Treatise on IU xt and r-kio Diseases
Tna Hwirr Priw-irc CoMrssv, Drawer 3
MB. DK8HON8' GBNKR08ITT.
An Operatlo Performanos for the Benefit
of tba Jonestown 8uffsrrs.
The following correspondence explains
Nitxrms, Tens., JuneMsW.
rmnk Deihon, Esq., beshoo Opera Co., Moraplili,
Dear Sir I am requested by tho Direct
ors of the Jackson Mound Tark Associa
tion to ask you to unite with us in an en
tortainment to raiso funds for the relief ol
the Johnstown su Herein. Memphis in'
days gone by, when adlictud with the
pestilence, received most liberally from
tho North to aid in her sntlorings. We
fool that it is not only a pleasure but a
duty to recognize iu the untortunuto cal
amity that bus overtaken tho people of
Johustown, Pa., an opportunity to nuko a
grateful return for what wo reeeivod in our
own misfortunes. Tho Jackson Mound
Park Association propose to tender tho
park and sll its appurtcnecs and all tho re
ceipts from its properties as a contribution
to this charity. Whatever is realized from
their uso tho Association propose to turn
over to tho aid of the sullerers.
Tho Tennessee Brewing Co. and C. I.
Hurxan & Co. propose to contribute on
their behalf whatever Is needed in their
respective line of business, free of charge,
to the association, tho nsaociution to real
ize from these contributions whatever they
can for tho benefit of this charitv fund.
Would bo pleased to hear from you at
the earliest moment, ns to whethor you
will aid us. with your talented company in
one of your choice entertainments, in the
raiBing ol Kinds lor tne purpose indicated,
naming the earliest date on which you can
consistently with your interest give a per-
lormance, me proceeds oi which go into
the common fund for the relief of the dis
tressed. Yours respectfully,
W h. 1-in nik, Sec y,
Jackson Mound Purk Association.
MIU UMIIOn's IlGI'LY.
WlllUm Hunle, Bcervtury Jtckwn Muiinit
Dear Sir i ours of the 0th lostant at
band, and in reply would say I deem it a
great honor to bo tho means of assisting
tho Jackson Mound Association in the re
lief of tho Johhstown sullerers. Having
visited professionally that Ul-lateJ city,
and knowing personally groat many oi
tlie inhabitants, it nllords me great pleas
ure to assist in connection with my eutire
company in their behalf. I would suggest
I hursdav. June l.illi. as the date, and sec
ond act ol "Mascotte," second set ol
"Chimes ol Normaudv, and second set
ol the "Mikado" as the bill lor the oeca
ion. trusting inul tne ciuintauie cuixcn
oi Memphis will aid you materially in
vour noble work, I have the pleasure ol
signing myself your friend,
1 HANK I'LSIION
Tais from liKlicestloii. dysiN-iiiia. and too
hrartv rnlimr. in relieved ut nine liy lakiuir
one o( Carter s Little l.lvcr 1'illa imiuediulely
alter dinner. lou t lorel tins.
Thai vourirroccr civesyou "Ozark" Mn
vmr aud tuko no other. Your health de
pends upon IU
Ik tontlirra Mrant 17 r Worha,
No. 83 Court street, havo tho finest and
best Cornet Cleaner in existence, and
chiirnc only 4 cents per yaid for cleaning
carpet anil delivering samo.
Mot Ice lw onlrarlurs.
Rids will be received at tho ollieii of tho
Hoard of Education until .Monday, Juno
loth, for tho following wo k to he dune
and material luriiisltcd: Stone walks and
cnrlnnir at the Linden street school; a.)
lor tho erection ol two rooms at tho Aue
tion street school, l or further iuforina
lion apply at olllre. 27'J Mum street. Ry
order of tbo liuard.
A. II. 1 1 h i., (secretary.
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iljtr i ml 1.1. iri-ltft of t)4
kin. M rot m w.u or
V,;CUW to rov.r ri f i. h it a f iir.if
to eat V At dmcHt rr Mnrr-iy trfUl- i. f-r n
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tititf l".ot Frtif4
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r-l.lhCOtr AND JIILltO DL
from National SSM.oal A."Oinl.on.
for h faiis issa on niavooa n
lMVICALniaiLITV. Ir lr..rdiw
of Awiunl I'lnMrUns ttiT b" H'iii. ..
Tin: it (iikiiv Mrl'H i. instiiiti,
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itdna lur lka ec htiara fur lvU (lavalj U
TIIROUOH TICKETS TO TAIW
Waat Imllaaad P-in Mmimlilp lom.ii)'
Ti.a riMinon of llils. Iti nn! rxntar Itna
lua fn.iu (tie K.,mh In I.l i"". smiarr ...u'r
III! pm-rtif'r.. rn l !' fin.le lli'r O'S
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flcami-ra fiiaaca Ilia irii linni'icnijr rn m,w
llw liileiwliii se anirr pswck.-atn litur
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.... v.b iirlrana ! I'arta and rruirn.
k-.ii.'..,rili.a.iSA thlldrari aul a-nauis
rV liirit" f Mrtlrulan as In frrltM sM fw-t
afl if cmH mum. Xtw Oil. .US.
FROM SAVAfiK TO
6WIFT8 SrECIFIC is a simplu vegetable
compound prepared from roots freshly gath
ered from tho forests. The forniuls was ob
tained from the Creek Indians by tho whites
who bud witnessed the wonderful euros of
blood diseases mado by that tribe. It has
been used sines 1320, and hus been the great
est llening to mankind In curing diseases of
the blood, in many Instances after all other
remedies had failed.
Tn'atiiMion Illood and Skin Mseaws mailed free.
SEND FOR PRICES
OF MASON'S FRUIT JARS, ICE CREAM FREEZERS AND FLY
Floyd. & Co.
LAMPS AND TINWARE A SPECIALTY.
IMPORTER3 OF FRENCH CHINA AND ENGLISH
Fulmer, Thornton & Co.
Vo. 800 FRONT- BTTUtST...... ...... MEMPHIS, TENH,
t'rtkhtl'Vt fas ttis afaasphls Qroesry 0rerny. Ordsrs for Goods promptly 1114, aa
LUeral A4f sdms 4 BupUis
ammunition, ritiiiNo TACKf.n An
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TfanyilMli-ranTS f na Ihr T. t.. Ifcnnitaa
flfiora wllliuul uaino ami (.rim alnmi. a)
Um buUuiu, iul klui tluau mm a fraud.
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Buuacmnn fou t?ih mumpum
1889 - SPRING ANNOUNCEMENT -1889
WATCHES, DIAMONDS, JEWELRY, SILVERWARE
a-VIT CLOOEZS, 23H,OIZE3. ETC.,
Wo Aro Dtormlne4 to Oroatly HoUucb In tho Noxt Fow Wooko by
OITITEIIING- A.T "VKItY LOW PRICES
Our Stock la Entlroly Too Ltvr.ro for tho Scaiou. Cull ot Onoo aud Oot Flrot Oholo nd Prlri.
MULFORD'S. - - 294 MAIN STREET
Sw ift's Ppceitle cured me of terrilde Tetter,
from wliieli 1 bad sulVereil for twenty long
years. 1 have now been entirely well for live
years, and no sign of any return of the dis
ease. W. 11. WluiiT.
Rogers, Ark., May 1, isst).
One bottle of 8. 8. 8. cured my son of bolls
and rixlin:, which resulted from malarial
miIroii, and all'eeted him all the illiniuer. He
tad trentmont front live doctors, who failed
to bonrtlt him. J. 1). Wiss.
Cuvanul, Indian Territory,
I have taken Pwiflli Spec! lie for srenndary
bbsid ihiImiii, aud derived great bcuelit. It
acts iiiueli heller than potash, or any other
remedy thin 1 have ever used.
II. P. Wisiiiiii n, M.D., Richmond, Vs.
The Swift Spivillo Co., Drawer."!, Atlantn,ria
aa4 Oaak soMis as sasiUwl CoUsa
sroiiTwwrws srrri.irs. nr7T niNLiir.
JONES, IIDHN & CO.
40 Union Streets Memphis, Tena
it. to at a in mtKirr, airstrnw, rm
laienfa ao4 fvlm la ftama, i luaoiWat
r4 I lahlna la
ImIiM kialu aa.
4 llaNlna latkla, RuUwC Hanlwajraw
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Macula aifllaa Alwajt aa
Cotton Seed Lard
Warranted Free From Hog Fal
For Sals by Att firoerra. PenJ lot IlluatratcU
"Some Thing3 About Lard."
ON It IIUNPUKD l'UIZE PINNKRS,
Or How to I'rovlile s Cm-o.1 Dinner tor Four IVnoni
lor one 1'uiinr.
An oirollent (xk Hnik of '.VO Patrs 15 mn, eon-
tnlniiiu una liundru.l Ulunar Hi 1 In rrr. with In-
Rlriii'lliiua hntv to invpure I'icli oas, iki Dial the cim
(or lour iH'mins Cannot oioovj one dollar , slao, i:sl
ml lllioiiiil nvlin a.
This raluulilo hook win do Riven irw in any on i
wiuliun or iirvtoiitina ll. kcu reiirmonUtiii I lie pnr
Ollaaaol twruly (All pound ol C. U r. COTTON
SltMi LAHIi, si our lirsiu'U rtinre, mv m n.j.i
trwl, Now York.
Ki K pill ol our Uird eontnlua a tlrkel. Ins num.
btt on nlilotcorruudiki ll nuiulnirol Hiuudi
Iu luo pall.
THB COTTOH OIL PRODUCT COMPAHV
ON LONG TIME-SMALL CASH
krFrnn im in ) Inti III snl amiiml ths nh-
nrU ol Mi ini'lila. All (lira, Irom tinl trulil Us
and Iroui 1 am-1 I .NO arus, sliuaWd va
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1NKIANA AVI Nt'R,
ln fart. If vort wih s i1ialnll lol. or a bran
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oiiii or morr f-rva. at n'aMUialitti iirlifa on loiif
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M. U 1'k.AKi K A t U'M.
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Haa, Hmnm m4 W.(m Covata, UU4
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(VryatalM no. 80 Pa I AT Ma
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WEDD & MAURY,
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CHAIN AND COMMISSION
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LAHOE BTOCII OF
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From tha Isdlnf and Standard Houses, b
Complete Kcupectfullr Invito You
to Call and Inapeot
Prices and Quality
Is In the Handi ol a Practical and Expert
cacaU bhlrt tuner.
EQUAL TO TUB BUST.
Elabaratrlr FumlohM for Ttirklib, Tlala
and I'luiig Hatlia
41.43 MONROE STREET.
Memphis, : Term.
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CORRUGATED IRON SIDING
AND IRON KOOFINO.
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allmalia al laelnli falra i-all on ar a.l.lr
MKMFHI9 MITAL A WOOD MF'O CO.,
Vaa. iVu4 440 llaln "t ami II A a alullatrn 84,
Ml Willi. ItSN.
Mm1')iiartrfa for Iron few mnii I'faatlnf. Oala
TMtiial iroa iniuia 'ia tUwaajul Mataa. 1
Malt Stewart '& Go.
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