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I ELL, W. E. Tl'RXER,
Ti n4 Publisher?.
AY, MAY, V ISSL
A ; jh aui wn, while trying t
w .-.r.?a effjets in ft burning
' ia New ProvMcaee, La.,
r burned to death lat Mon-
Tha sales at the Cotton Ei-
r sr za. ia New Orleans lat Man
"ir.were SttO bales, 4,000 In
p's cf the Bales reported Vj Ue
;'(r York Exchange.
fha trial of Hayes Whit's the
-ain of Sheriff Deatti?, csw.e off
"Virion, Ark., last Moday, re-3-i
in the jury returrtirjr a vcr
t of guilty of Murder in the
" t decree.
The low-tax obstructionists f.led
ill last W'edf.pflday to enjoin
jtatc board from' funding the
A dbt, at 100-3, as provided
"Jiw enacted at the recent
hundred and twenty-seven
'of cotton in transit from St.
conlvincnt in New Orleans
, ht fireahd was burned except
! in bales. Loss 8.000 dollars.
At tho close of last year there
lOCYi iron and steel manu-
vturinT putablishments in the
j I' nited States with an invested
ipitalof 1 280,971 ,884, In 1S70
7 there were but 80S, with a capi
' til of $121,772,074. The increase
?e works is about, twenty
"""vtclt., with nearly a doubled
j' ivfl in ten rears. Were it not
or ofraction and the consequen t
-?the increase would have
lxen vslly greater ; undoubtedly
double what it has been.
A number of the national banks
Lave accept! Secretary Win
ihm' proposal to pay thret? and a
half per cent, for expiring Fix per
cent, bond, and the indication
now is that all six per cents, cov
ered by the bite call will be re
duced to thre and a half per
- cents. This will leave the gold
and Bilver coin still lying idle in
t.ie Ircasurv. f 150.000.000, of
which couldand should be paid
s out in' redemption of six per cent
I bonds, and the interest stopped.
J. W. Avery fc Co., wholesale
druggists, Memphis, Tcnn., made
an assignment last Monday. Lia
bilities $21,000, assets $22,000. '
Th? correspondent of the Amcr-
ioan, ia Marshall county, . reiorts
t hit the ropsia that county arc
much better than might have been
.exoccted. Cotton and corn look
well, a larger average in clover
-n ad that more cotton , has .been
"planted this year, than haa been
flanlcl m tbi last six yers.
The nkeletoa of an Indian was
. '-"cMy dug up in tKe front yard
Jnr ''1"WMn. who lives im-
.iafplvmi the Routh bank of
Chncky River, 15ast Tennessee.
Vhe fkull was a very large one
And there were several teeth in a
ine state of preservation. Several
beai were found entombed with
ih bonea of the red warrior. The
1 vality is rich in Indian relics,
and it may be the site of an exten
di vc Indian burying ground.
Marshall, was arraigned before U.
S. Commissioner Moore, of Hunts'
'station, Saturday, on the charge
.f receiving money for not inform
ing on certain violators of the rev-T-ue
l:w. The waiTant not bo
nig ii proper form, it was amend
..nl, ihd the case was continued
untiLMay 5, before II. U. Moore,
V. S. Commissioner, at Winchest
er. Smith has been a source of
great annoyance to the people of
this county, having men arrested
evi the most trivial charges, and af
ter worrying them two or three
"aave at a time, dismissing the
- "case at the cost of Uncle Sam.
Pulaski Citizen : We have been
furnished some interesting statis
tics concerning the Methodiet
Church in Pulaski, by its pastor,
Rev. Dr. LefUitch. When he
came here in October, 1S79, there
. was a membership of 290, and dur
. ing tho first year there were 76 ac
cessions. Since the conference
convened here last October he has
receive into the church 152 per
sons, 13S of whom joined during
the revival There were dismiss
ed by certificate and death 24,
leaving at present a total mem
Iwrfhip cf 494, with 10 other names
s candidates. During the revival
Dr. Lflwich baptized 79 persons.
Such aa increase show thEt a won
derful work of grace hai been
wrought in the hearts of the peo
ple, and is a great encouragement
both to the pastor and the church
Gotten Crop Indications
Bradftrwts report givei a sum
m2iy the cotton situation with
' LrfgaVd to ..Kith the old and new
op- IV;wa to the end of March
'x nrrt rcc'-iptB and ov
year, fives a total yield for the
crop of 1SS1 of 403 tales. As
yet there are no indications of any
pudden filling off iu tho receipts.
The Pto;k at interrc towns is no
Ws than it was a year ajro. The
p-t receipts for lac" first twelve
Jiys in Arril iuava been CQ,003
more thaa in the eamc time
Tear, ksuniatinz me procaine
increa"c of receipts during the re
5n.iBi'r -of the year, the total
yield is placed at 6,422.000 bales.
The opinion ia expressed that the
present enormous consumption of
cotton bv the mills will Ft ill fur
ther increase. Regarding the
outlook for the coming -crop, the
reports kj planting is about fu-
teen days later than last year, in
some regions operations are fully
a month late. Fertilizers will bo
used more than heretofore, notably
so in the Carol inas and Georgia.
Present indications arc that cot
ton acreage, as compared with lai-t
year, will fchow tome increase in
the Carolinas, Georgia, Florida
and Texas, while there will proba
bly be no change in Alabama, Mis
sissippi, Louisiana' Tennessee and
Having been appointed by the
State Temperance Committee, at
Nashville, as chairman of the Gib-
pon county executive temperance
committee, and authorized to call
a convention, and V) appoint sub
committees ; I will call a conven
tion of all the friends of the tem
perance cause to meet in the
court house at Trenton, Tuesday,
May 10th, at 2 o'clock p. m. for
the purpope of appointing said
committee to select delegates to
attend the State Temperance Con
vention, in tho Capitol at Nash
ville, May 24th, also to thorough
ly organize the county in behalf
of the temperance movement, acrj
devise means to enforce the liquor
All persons, friendly to the
cause, and expecting to visit Nash
ville during the grand Miliitary
week, by applying to me in per
son or by mail, can get a certifi
cate as Ja deligafe to the State
Convention. Remember you can
go on very reduced fare.
Acohoi was discovered 956
years ago, and it lias come down
to us on the tide of ages, in one
uninterrupted trail of blood, rap
ine and murder. '"
Brethren and friends, by your
indifference, that boy of yours may
become a drunkard, and be incar
cerated in a dungeon, or' murder
ed in your streets and highways.
That daughter whom you are ed
ucating to beoomc useful and or
namental,. Rvynarry some drunk
en fiend wlill lash her like a
slave, and ciuse her to expire in
filth and rags.
Thewhiskey men ate very much
alarmed all over the State, and are
jealously and anxiously watching
every movement of the temperance
men. . .
The down-fall of rum is only a
question of time. Rally to the
rescue, and let our county put up
a bold' front. She cannot afford'
to be left behind in this great
work. She is expected to do her
All persons expecting to visit
Nashville during the Military
week, and wishing to attend the
State convention, fhould, at the
earliest convenience, send their
names to ILL: Hayes, 509 Main
St., East Nashville, f lie can se
cure lodging. .
A. A. Davidson.
Milan, Tcnn., April SO, '81.
Eictu-sion To ITashville,
The Louisville and Nashville
Railroad will sell roundtrip tickets
to Nashville as follows: April 27d,
2Sth and 29th, from Bowlingtireen
Hopkinsvillc, Memphis, Decatur
and all intermediate stations, at
one full, unlimited fare for the
round trip. On Monday and Wed
nesday of each week during the ex
position, 8ingle round-trip tickets
will be sold from all stations in
Tennessee, and South, as far as
Montgomery, at 6 cents psr mile
one wr.y. Tarties of 5 and tinder
10 and parties of ten and over,
will be sold tickets any day during
the Exposition, at greatly reduced
rates, which may be ascertained
on application to any station agent
of the company. All return-tickets
are good ten days from date of
sale, and must be stamped at the
Exposition Building. The Expo
sition commences April 27th and
ends May 28th. The Grand Mili
tary Display and Competitive
Drill, May 24th, 2oth and 26th.
Special arrangements made for
schools, military companies &c,
C. P. Atmore, G. P. A
To Few Orleans, Port Eadi end the
A rare and rich treat is offered
to our people by this enterprise.
It is giving you a chance to visit
the beautiful city of New Orleans
at this most delightful season of
the year, at which time the amuses
ments and local attractions of the
citv are creak Also jriving you a
i'Nf'toTisit Port Eadsandthe
V on the steamer Natches,
'he most beautiful steamers
T-f-vcVr,! river, with
bt nifit of the
pimy ftyw mr mManvMn&tmmlW1 WIWWXmW
Corrected weekly by Edwards &
Ordinary ; t.
Sugar cured Hams
Bacon clear sides......
Salt . . .
7... ........ io
We comoiend to vistims of chills
and fever a reliable remedy,
"Hughes' Tonic; " itaffordaquick
and thorough relieif. . It is entire
ly vegetable ; no unpleasant re
sults follow its use, such as head
ache, giddiness, buzzing of the
cars, deafnsss and nausea, which
often follow the constant use of
quinine. It is prepared by one of
the oldest and largest drug houses
in the west, Mess. R. A. Robinson
fc Co., Louisville, Ky., from best
materials, which are so combined
and proportioned as will almost,
beyond peradventure break up
long standing and obstinate cases.
Give it a trial. .
'Squire N. C. Scott, Sylvania,
Ohio, writes: "I have been a
great sufferer for fitteen years with
Bright's disease of the kidneys.
For weeks at a time was unable to
get out of bed ; used various inter
nal remedies, but they gave no re
lief. I wore two of Prof. Guill-
mettee's Kidney. Pads six weeks,
and now I know I am entirely
cured. . .
The most sensible remedy, and
the only Fafe, sure and permanent
cure for all diseases of the liver,
b ood and utomach, including bil
lious fevers, fever and ague, dumb
ague, jaundice, dyfpepsia, lc, in
Prof. Guillmctte's French Liver
Pads, which cures by absorption.'
Good and Cheap.
Weekly Courier Journal
The Courier-Journal, Henry Wat
tcrson, Editor, is by circulation
and reputation the acknowledged
Representative Newspapcr of the
South. As a reliable and valuable
ncwspa)cr it has no superior in
this country, or in the world. It
ma lies-, earnest, vigorous war on
Protective,' Tariff Robbery ' and
Mofinon Polygamy, two evils that
blight the prosperity and morality
of the United States. It is able,
bright and newsy, contains the
strongest editorials, the moist com
plete summary of the news of the
world, the best telegraphic and
.general correspondence, full turf
and stock reports,' market reports,
fashion reports, Talmagc's ser
mons, 'splendid original serial
stories and novelettes, poetry, de
dartment for children, answers to
correspondents, etc., ctc.; in a
word, everything to make it a de
light to the family circle, and in
valuable to the man of business,
the farmer, thcmechanic, and the
Specimen copies and full descrip
tive premium circulars will be
sent free of charge to any one on
application. Subscription terms,
postage free, are for Daily, $12;
Sunday $2; Weekly, 'with pre
mium, $2; without premium, $1.50.
Any one sending four yearly
subscribers, and six dollars, will be
entitled to an extra copy of the
Weekly Courier-Journal one year,
free tj anv address. Address
"W. H. HALDEMAN, '
President Courier-Journal Co.,Louie
The "Nashville Banner.,
Tliose vihinjr to be supplied with
the freshetl secular, religious, political,
financial and commercial news, do
mtic and foreign, are advised to sub
scribe immediately for the Nashville
Banner, published daily and weekly,
Ht 112 North Cherry street, Nashville,
Tenn., by the Nashville Banner Pub
lishing Conipfluy. It Is unexcelled in
enterprise, independent Democratic in
politics, frank and fearless in expres
sion, strictly accurate in its reports of
local and other markets, and during
the past twelve months hits been more
widely read and received more sub
stantial proofs of public favor than any
newspaper in Tennessee. The Daily,
issued at 3 o'clock p. m., contains
thirtv-two columns of intelligence,
much of it being from every part of
the world, and furnished by the west
ern Associated Press, besides the lat
ent important news from reliable cor
respondents in washingto. New York,
London Paris, and in every place of
note in me oiaie. iue unuy is ueiiv
cred in the tewns within one hundred
and fiftv miles of Nashville, by carri
ers, for I7.S0 per year ; $3 90 "for six
months, $1.95 for three months: 65c for
one month, and 15c per week ; and
sent free of postage to any address in
any other part of the globe, at the
same price. The weekly, issued every
Thursday, has thirty six columns of
choice reading matter, selected with
great care especially for the benefit of
the large and intelligent class among
whom it circulates, embracing a vast
deal of information regarding the farm
and the household, with abundant top
ics of interest to both seller and buyer.
The literary department receives spe
cial attention, short stories and sketch
es, as well as the best of poetry, being
selected with reference to the tastes of
old and young. The weekly is fur
nished to single snljscribers at one dol
lar per year, and clubs with the moni
tor at 2 25. Extra inducements of
fered agents, w ho will find it profita
ble to extend the circulation of the pa
per. Send for specimen copies, which
will be sent free. As the session of
Congress and the General Assembly
of Tennessee, the inauguration of a
president, the election of a United
States Senator from Tennessee and the
struggle fcr the control of Congress,
will maku a newsnaper especially de-sirabie-forlSSl.
The public are asked
to givc-the Banaer a trial.
Local Notices. . j
If you want wood and metalic
coffins and caskets call on J. W.
YouiiserJ for be has the finest and
cheapest in Milan. Shop onMain
street near the bridge.
We have tried the
and find it first-clas!.
Mr. G. L. Richardson is now pie-
pared to do all Jcind3 of picture
and lookin2-glas3 framing. If any
of our'readers want a picture fram
ed nicely, carry it to Mr. ' Richard'
son, on Front Row.
The City Hotel is offering extra
inducements to the traveling pub
, . Having been appointed rweiver
of the books and accounts of Bry
ant & Newhouse, all persons in
debted to said firm are hereby no
tified to come forward and settle
with ua at once.
Rax kin & Rhodes.
Special arrangements made with
day boarders at the City Hotel.
I am prepared to embalm the
dead, I have the excelsior preser
vative. It is also a preventative
to yellow fever and all contagious
fevers and also the instruments
used in embalming the dead.
J. V. You.vgeb.
When you visit
the City Hotel.
Milan stop at
Go to G. L. Richardson and have
your pictures framed he will do
h;m neat and cheap.
Special rates made with com
mercial travelers at the City Hotel.
G. L. Richardson's the place to
buy the cheapest coffins . in town.
' We can give you one hundred
and three reasons why you should
buy hardware of us. 1st, Because
we will sell it : cheaper than yoii
can get it anywhere else. The
other 102 reasons you can
calling at our store, corner Mam
and Williamson streets.
617 St. Charles Street, St. Louis, Mo-
niiicrd tn lb. ipwtal tnminwnl ml ml VnerlT Mxtral
and Chroma SKmhi Um U"T rafUm t 8t
Syphilis, OoMrrtKM, Glmt, Stricture, Orehl
fim, Heni, or Raptor. lU Urtnr Die Md
Syphilitic or ineroitnl fftioi of tho throot,
bal BstouitOa prlBciptn, tmlttj, t-rtratf.
8pormttorrtMi, Soraol Dobility i0 Impo
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F.1ARREAGE I pilFa.
pffils. 1 GUIDE.
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JAP. W. GAFF, ANDY BAUM,
COXSMILLER, GIXT SHINGLE
VI1IG IE LEE, J AS D PARKER.
Steamers of this line leave Jemjhis
Every Tuesday and Thursday at 5
" p. vi., Sunday, 12 m.
For Cairo, Louisville, Cincinnati
Canncctinr atCincinnati with
. Railroads and Steamers for
EARTERN, NORTHERN AND
ThrouchTickcts'? to all ' rial, river, scientific, religious, agricul
icno. Tohvio. Buffalo, t tural, literary and general, making it
points Chicago, Toledo, Buffalo,
Richmond, New lork,' Washing
ton City, Philadelphia and Bos
ton. . '
East, North andWestcrn tourists
will find the La Belle river route
safe, delightful and economical.
Rates by this Line cheaper than
any other jtrstla$s route. Meals and
staterooms free. Baggage checked
Passengers can rely on a splen
did trip bv this line, as the steam-err-,
are all first-class, having been
expressly built for the accommo
dation of passengers.
Eeach steamer carries a. full,
Ft- W. LIGHTBURN
Gen. Fr't. & Ticket Ag't.
A. Y. STENENS,
No. 7 Monroe st., Memph is, Tenn
Nice and polite assistants al
wavs on hand to wait on custom
ers. with cood. sharp razors. The-
oldcst barber shop in the city.
Give us a trial.
V. l. Wake. G. W. Mabtis.
WARE tt MARTIX,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
, MILAN, TENN. .
will practice in Gibson and adjoin
ing counties. Collecting a specialty.
5. F. RANKIN. " J.V. RHODES
ATTONREYS AT LAW.
7 ilLAN.TENN- '
The Quickest and Shortest" Urate
to All Points
NORTH and EAST
OXLY OXE CHANGE OF CARS
Columbus, O., Cleveland, Detroit,
. Pittsburgh, Philadelphia,
' New York, Boston,
AND THE BEST KOtTE TO
Baltimore & Wasliirigton.
No Change of Cars to
And Twelve Hours Quicker Time
Than any Other Route.
Are sent through to all points by this
route quieker, cheaper and with more
comfort than any other route. . :
Agents at all stations can give you
full and reliable information as to
time and connection to all points, and
will procure you rates and through
tickets on application. For further
GerCl Paw. Agent, : Louisville, Ky.
i 'i ;i' a
11 1 LI.
am Remedy rur every HgS
form of Fever and Aflue. craic
Tha Gurs is Permanent
The ChlH Once' Brokea will
Kss 21 the Virtues el Qulnlos,
without any of its Diss
greeabie Effect. ,
THIS Medicint, owing lo im front
tent. ha been a won J t rful uc-
CC58, It U carefully compoiundcd of
puraly- Tcetnble inredinu, aad
nercr fiih, when properly takea, to
cure the most obstinate cast of feror
and asriic nenralria. aad mnbrial
LtlLLL ' in I: -
CHILLI O'- fUHkCtHIU i.tni..u.
crally, k recilirea no purgatire to M
taken with it, the medicine itxlf act
in? gentlrand agreeably hpon the
liTcr ai twel. erTectualty remo
inf the a of the tliaeaae. not
merely 'emporarily checking it.
Herein consists one grent advantage
it has over all other preparation.
The crowninir excellence ot this
medicine. howcrert abo- the per
manency and certainty of Us cure,
is the fact that no in jury knr
can arise from its use, a is c-tr.in
to be the c.( when ntiinine nr ar-
iJ tmic is taken, which are the princi-
l'i pal insredi.nl- of BH e' the chill
rwri I i p-r:icnlarly successful in the etire
, r ; of clironic cases rrf chill:. rnnently
mikine cures after ail other reme
dies had faued.
' As a tonic it is ttnirivnlod. It in
creases the appetite, promotes di
stion, keeps the slonvirti in a
riJit I I heaithe condition, acta anon the li-
C'jlLLI er, and aits the system to throw
&rrnc x per dc no j mjs
Dotuss tor aa.
ARTHTJa PKTER CO.
Ucn'l Afents, Ijnurille, Ky.
CHILL FOR SALE T ALL DRUGOISTS
CHILL fTT5RT:Tni.i7Tl RR I I
((i!R c!iri.L ct:n3 rnn.L :vi
$1.00 PER ANXLTM
With rostare Free for the Weekly
The cheapest and most complete
weekly newspaper published in the
South. It is a four page publication,
and contains ..
Of carefully selected reading matter,
embracing the freshest : important
news bv mail and telegmqh from all
nnrta nr the world. Dolitical commer-
a highly attractive journal ior me u
mesrie fireside, and particularly valu
able to the merchant and farmer. -Tt
is nubltshed every Thursday
morning, and should meet subscribers
bv the close of the week at the latest
a" welcome and pleasing Sunday visitor
to the family circle in the village or on
Ssi? It is a newspaper for the people
and not a machine for politicians.
The servant of no man and the slave
'of no party, It is strictly independent,
and deals only in trutn, ireaung u
questions fairly pud conservecuy.
Specimen conies sent free. Address
I he Nashville American.
This faithful and unwavering advo
cate of Democratic principles, views
the result of the late A'ational andState
elections, as only an additional incen
tive to every sincere lover of Lis conn
try and its institution, to look more
closely than ever into the administra
tion of public affairs by the people's
servants. It wjll be the province of
The American to approve ngnt and
denounce error as heretofore, and to
give the people auch information as
will lead them to correct conclusions.
The facts it will give will be without
bias, upon which its readers can form
their own opinions. Time and the re
currence or popular elections, show
that a very large portion of the voters
of the Union act upon the impulse of
the moment, rather than from settlea
convictions in regard to correct prin
ciples of government. Hence the
greater necessity for tho use of public
journals to obtain juster and more set
tled views on governmental questions.
ThisJ The American will endeavor with
the utmost pains, to supply;'
The American will continue the
well known and highly appreciated
extensive volume of general news,
State ond National, and will strive to
deserve what it already enjoys, the
name of being the best Xeuxpapcr
South of the Ohio River, regardless of
politics or location,
THE WEEKLY AMERICAN
TTill be furnished in future, at the
exceedingly low pric of $1 GO per an
num;.!X months 75ets; Three months
40c ts. The Semi-weekly, by mail $4 20
and the Daily $10 60 per annum: Post
age paidT Xo paper sent, by mail un
less paid fir in advance.. -, ,, - .
. Yasbviile, Tenn:
nil a in
"OX IilPROVEO '
V IB I ua Utf Ilk
m kMMMlm. .blood.
T Mwnc' iic TOV7C It ft rreTwtrtU3n Of rTOWKKie Ol iron. -'
Lrrt for Iy.PlM.I-. Ur.! D-bilHr. !. ! VSSil"clSujS ui
Hy. XrV rrotrl. from Tra M .fcrJri IkUM
Kass&sSirei lij THE 11 EARTH KEDOE CD., Ka. 213 M Kaia Sf. Lsis.
P CURES ALL DISEASES 0FTHEfS
KIDNEYS STOMACH fiXtoyOg H f f JjSy Tt '
General debiuty. J j j ,1
Tlie nitters arc not an Intoxicating beverage, tout a
Medicine of real merit, and pleasant to tlie taste.
WorSale bv all Iruqnlsts. Price, $1.00 per Botfly
ESTABLISHED 1844. ' "' .. . ESTBBLISHED 1844.
F. NEWHALL & SON,
r and Commission Merchants,
107 South Water Street, . - ...... CHICAGO, ILL.
' DR M. D. L. ,J ORDAiST,
M:iii-A.3sr, TZBHsnr., dealeb it
D rugs , C cdicines and .-Mhemicals , Paint s ;
and VARNISHES, GLVSS, PUTTY &C. "
Pure "Wines andLiquors forMedicalUse.
Dye Woods and Dye Stufi's Generally.
AfffliVinpff warranted rrehuine. and
fin.l our stock complete, comprising many articles it ia
impossible here to enumerate, and all sold
at moderate prices.
SECOND STREET, OPPOSITE COURT SQUARE,
R, L.Cochran & Co.
- s , SAW AND PLA5IKQ
Ja-ati Trr,.rt.ii.jfr iV 1 rn ; Jtmnj I rs"T7'-tin mm'i '--- 'ri i. .
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS, MOULDING
LUMBER, LATH AND SHINGLES,
Flooring, ceiling, and cedar-posts,
Memphis; - - - Tenn-
Wayman Crow. Wm. A.
CROW, HARGDAINE & CO.
VIiolBsale Staple MftFancy Ga
714, 716, HS& 720-Wash
of the best quality. Customers will
to $2.00 A DAY.
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SIItLj1 SAVY YAKD. ' -
Hargadine, . ', i Hugh McKittrick,
' fiishjng' G oods.
MA1X STREET, MIL AX, TEXSESSEE.
"Watches Clock3. Je-rlry, Gold ?en. Spectacles Fcwiag Kjhir.fi. (h.i.f,
licvolvtrs, Air anisiual Instruments, fec, rtpturtd to onicr, n. . ,
AU work sent by mail or exprei'wi3l rwive promrt attention.- -AIHertl
discount to the trade. SJIOJ'JN Dr. JOBEAX'S I)RUa SJVT.i:.
162 SOUTH WATER
REFER' BY PERMISSION TO I
Preston, Kean tt Co., Bankers Chicago. Xenly, Jenkins X- Y.irr.
' holesale Flourj Chicago. Steele, n edtifi & ( o.v WwUKi.e
GrocerF, Chicago. W. F. McLaughlin, Wholepah
' , Tea Dealer, Chicago, Illinois.
103 SOUTH WATER
A. A. Mellier, K. Duncan
A. A: MELLIER,
709 & 711 WASHINGTON
Mer Collins & Co.,
117 South Water Str. Chicago.
J. V. Farwell & Co., - Chicago.
C. P. Kellog & Co. - ."--
Bank of JV'inamac, - - Indhuaa,
147 SOUTH -WATER STREET,
. (L&te.of L. Uedeman A Co.) .
Reference: The Commercial Nat'l Bank.
173 South Water Street, .
L. TIFF RISK CO.
JCAXlTBCrrrRZHa & eeaiers is
S to Ve s Ti n wa r e
. . . .
, Cutlery & House
JC0 MAIN STREET,
R. BESTLY GRAY.
XO. 403 NORTH FOURTH STREET, -
Artistic Pottery "Ware, "Rich' Cut Glass Ware, Dres
den and other Fancy Goods. .,,.
. - . Glass Shades for Covering Wax Flowery Cloks Etc.
China, Glass, Queenswarc,- lamps, etc.
Cv -C" WlTHMARi GRAY &, KAMIN3KI-
iVlcDonald, Coleman & Co.,
Coifene & "Sb eeialtf Mannfaclirers
.36 & 38 River Street,
19'Michigan Grand Ave., Detroit,
422 North 2d Str., SU Louis, Mo. "
J. M. HAMILTON, A. V. EKOWK,
EXC Y U.0VT FOR
B I GELOW,
STR CHICAGO, ;ILL'. '
Mellier, . , Albia M-illler.
AVE., ST. LOUIS, MO.
I Cbas. II. Fargo & Co. - - Chicago.
.VcKindley, GilchrM A Co. "
j First jVational Bank, - - Indiana.
Co al O i i Lam p s
sr. 10 175, MO.
W. H. CARROLL,
E. F. WILLIAMS.
BROWN & Co.
and Jobbera of