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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL---WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 18H6.
OH W1SHQGT0I LETTER !
I HE
GROWTH OF THE
SCIENCE FUHD."
'COS-
Mhers Host of the Costributlont
Come Froni-The Total Amount
, Eecelted.
looausrosDixci or tas ArriAUl
"Washington. September 6. A
quarter of a million dollars in bard
cash is a good round snm to receive
from the unknown. At regular inter
vals a paragraph appeals in the prats
oltne country announcing tne re
ceipt by tbe Ireasnry Department of
a contribution to the "conscience
fund." These contributions nowadays
vary from $10 to $200 or $3C0. A few
vears sko tbey were much larger.
The monty tame from all ptrts of the
country, rniiaaeipnta ana new York
leading in the number of contribu
tions.
A member of Cor gr ess visiting Ihs
Arroaury xcpHriuieui uui lung feince.
and referring to this fact, remarked
that it showed conclusively that New
York and Pennsylvania were the most
religions BUt s in the Union. Tres:
urer Jordan replied that he did not
regard it in that light. In his opinion
it inly showed that tbe people in
these two States had done the most
stealing. Secretary Manning, in a re
port a few months sgo, stated that
the term "conscience fund," as ar
to donations received by the United
States Treasury from unknown source,
had Its origin in the popular feeling
that such donations are made by
persons who have at some time wrong
fully taken or witnneia Irom
the United States moneys which
were justly due, and who thus seek to
maaa rebuiuiuu 10 uie government,
The cash which comes in from the
conscience stricken people is on ac
count of frauds on the customs, frauds
under old Income tax law, or on tbe
revenue, and rarely from contractors
tinder the government. The income
tax having be n repealed some years
ago, contributions on its account are
very few at present. Somebody tug
Bests that the States a'ong the Cana
dian line and the Mexican border
should be heard from, as there mnst
be more or less smuggling carried on
thereabouts. However, the smuggler
usually d pa before tils conscience
wakes sufficiently to refund to the
government any portion of gains
lit gotten Dy evasion oi tne cm
toms duties. It is tbe floe
haired merchant In the great seaboard
cities who steals fiom Uncle Sam by
under valuations and. other devices
known to importers; and under the
influence of lieechtr and Talmige
ana oioer divines refunds occasionally
small portion of tba fraudulent cash
which has bull up the monument of
bis wra'th. Conscience is lurtly P
peaaed is at least quieted aid tbe
fund is augmented.
The first record of money received
Irom repentant delrauders is In 1827,
by the Register of the Treasury, and is
"lor moneys received Irom an un
known, stated to be on account of im
ports and tonnage. " The total amount
Irom tbat year until the middle of tbe
years 1874 was $102,014, quite a re
spectable sum to be returned for the
millions of dollars illegally withheld
from the government during that ex
citing epoch. Sines then no separate
account ot tne;c3ntnbailons has been
kept. W ben lien. Bpinner was Treas
urer he kept the account senaratelv.
but the practice was subsequently dis
continued, xue money now, as itbai
been for the greater number of years
sines 1827, when the contributions be
gan, is conveyed into the Treasury as
"miscellaneous recoipts Irom persons
unknown," and have been used
for the general purposes of the
government in connection with
moneys received from other sources,
having at no time been distinguished
from other funds in the general treas
ury. This is undoubtedly tbe safer
plan. Repeated attempts Lave bten
made by members of Congress to se
cure appropriations for various pur
poses, to be paid out of the conscience
fund. If 'the money goes into the
treasury as miscellaneous receipts it
ceaees to be a separate fund and can
not be laided upon. Inonoday dur
ing the last station three members ol
Congress were at tbe Treasury Depatt
ment inqnring about the fund, with a
view of obtaining a slice of it for some
private bill or other. Tbey were in
formed tbat the sum had ceased to be
anything but "money in tbe Treas
ury." and that it could not be touched.
The amounts received immediately
alter tne war were at follows: I8ti7,
$13,559; 1808, $17,114; 1809, $17,299;
1870,1340(1; 1871, $8740; 1872, $2997:
J873, $26,551; 1874, $8218. Tbe year
1808 was tbe great year for "con
science." The present receipts scarcely
keep up with the low average of the
peaceful period. The new adminis
tration indulged a forlorn hope for
some months tbat the outgoing Re
publican officials would become, in
some instances, repentant, and return
some of tbe enormous turns supposed
to have been tqueesed out of Uncle
Sam in one way and another during
the past quarter of a century, but no
cash turned up, and everybody was dis
appointed. Finally a very bright young
man in New York sent $10 to the
Treawv as contributed by "con
science." This was published in the
papers nearly a year ago and the
young New Yorker fxc'aimed, "Now
just wait for the returns!" lie ex
pected that the rich Republican
boodlo men. if any there were, would
be touched by the incident and yield
up the stolen fruit, but the bait only
caught three or four small fish.
Usually, however, the publication of
one conscience letter is fallowed by
several othets.
The contributions ai a ru'a nnm
'through the mails, whh a note stating
tm w. Kn. 41... I
iw nupi, fiuuim tun uiuney is lor
jwarded. Very frequently a peniten
lial explanation la inclcsad. Some of
'these explanations are very curious
and some very serious. The ladies
used to coctributs a good deal when
ment is made, and restitution follows.
The clergy transmit money without
mentioning names), ice largest amount
ever received in one contribution was
in 1868, when $15,000 in United States
t-M Doncta were sent in three pack
ages. When this unusualcontribution
was announced in tne newspapers
numerous and - lngecious attempts
were made to get the money out of lbs
ireasary. one man came on cere ana
claimed that his father had sent tbe
bonds while crszy. Tbe man'a father,
upon inquiry, proved to bs an inmate
of an asylum, but it was ascertained
that the family never possessed such a
sum. utber ellorts were made, a
search of the books of the Treasury
showed a block of $15,000 of 7-3J
bonds, which was thought correspond'
ed to the contribution. The money
was then hurriedly covered inti the
Treasury. The contributor had care
fully cut out the number of the bonds
so as to make it impossible to trace
thera to their former owner.
The othor day half of a $300 green
back was received for the cone donee
fund from New Yoik, with a note ex
nlsinine that the other half would lol
low. Sors enough the miming
portion came along next 'day, and the
two parts united maue a complete diii
with a little tissue paper and paste
added. Secretary Manning reported
lost February tbat the conscience
fund had turned into the Treasury op
to tbat date, $220,747. Uood for "con
science."
THE CANDIDATES
FOB CONGRESS FROM THE TENTH
DISTRICT.
Some Reasons Why a "Citizen"
fers Col. Patterson to Mr.
Fhelan.
Woods Swoope,
Buggies, Wagons and Harness,
rr- NANCE OOTTON PRESS,
ABERDEEN. MISS.
Waived Examination and Admitted
to Ball Prrioual Heullon.
lariCIAL TO TUB APrlAL.
AnsriDEiN, Miss , Sep'ember 7. W.
F. McDonald and iienjamtn U. l'opp-
ham. chanted with killing Henry (J.
KohertB, waived examination before
the Committing Court and wore ad-
mi tUd to bail in the sura ol $251)0
each. The bonds were promptly given
and no further action will be taken
until Circuit Court meet! In Novem
ber. Houston and Reynolds and E k-
ford and Clifton will represent tbe de
fendants, wbi'e U en. Davis, of this city,
and Thomas Woods, of Starkville, will
anoenr for the prosecution.
At 1 o clock p.m. lousy Mies moine
Oat well, oneol Aberdeen's charming
vonng ladies, was msrried at her
motbers residence Dy inn itev. air,
Browne, of West Point, Misc., to Mr.
Nathaniel Stark, of Camden, Ark.
The happy cnuple left at 2 o'clock
p.m. over the Illinois Central for St.
Louis. Mo., and Camden, Ark., tbelr
future home.
Mr. Frank W. Dowd. of this ci'v.
and Mr. Murdock Sykea, of Columbus,
talented and promising vonng men
left yesterday for the Presbyterian
Theological College at Clarksville,
Tenn.
SniHde or a Banker at Cnlcaaro,
Chicago. Ill , September 7. Ilonry
J. Cbristoph. tbe banker, committed
suicide Inst evening. Tbe occasion for
thedeed i-a mys ery. and everybody
who would ba likely to know refutes
to talk. It is only known tbat Mr.
Chrietoph went to the house of his
brother-in-law. County Treasurer Wil
liam Seipp, whore his wife was visit-
in ir. and tbat soon afterward the bank
er shot himself dead with a p'stol. He
did a large business as a private bank
er and has recently figured in some
rather heavy transactions. So far as
known, however, his financial e Hairs
are in good condition.
Later.'-Henry J. Cbristoph. the
banker who committed euioide last
sight, was a native of Hesse Darrasadr,
and came to this country in 1808. He
nsed to ba in the banking house ot
Greonebaum Bros., but in 1872 went
into businef s for himself. His private
back is at the corner of LaSalle and
Randolph streets. Mr. Chrlstoph was
a member of the Ibard of Tmde, and
was especially well known in German
circles. The story of the occurrence
told this morning by County Treasurer
Beipp, the dead man s brother-in-law,
is as follows: For some time Mr,
Cbristoph rns been drinking heavily,
and last feunday bis dissipation culmi
nated in a fit of violent passion, dur
ing which be treated lun wife harshly.
Yesterday sbo went to Mr. Beipp a
house, and early in the a'tarnoon Mr.
Cbrmtoph e alloc!. Mrs. l hrlBtoph told
ber husband that she wanted to ci
out, and he said be would go with ber,
but she cblded him. At this he Hew
into a passion, and behaved so
violently tbat bis wife refused to go
out in bis company. lie went up
stairs and a moment later, they found
Mr. Christopn dead.
Terrible Tragedy at I.ynr hbu. sr, Va.
LYSciinuaa, Va., September 7. A
terrible tragedy occurred at Liberty
last night between two young men
named Wilson and Fizer at a bawdy
house over a mulatto woman. Wil
son shot Fizor fatally and it is sup-
oted shot the woman aleo. her body
eing found in an orchard near tbe
house with a bullot wound in her
head. The young men are highly
connected and great excitement exists.
Tbey Are Not Slurry.
There is one thing nobody ever re
grets that is, the day tbey first adopt
ea rarker s Tonic as their regular tarn
lly medicine. Its ranee is so wide
and its good effects so sure, that noth
ing else, except good nursing, an
needed in a great majority of cases.
Buy it, try it, and afterward it will not
require any praise rom us.
DonbleTrasiedr at Beading. Pa.
Rsadino. Pa.. September 7. Tha
Canstalter festival at l.ttier'a Park was
the scene of a tragedy last night, in
which Morris U. Sunders, a tuolder,
was tbe Victim. During a quarrel
with his divorced wife Sanders drew a
revolver and shot ber in the head and
then turned the weapon on himself
and put trvo bullets into his own head.
tie d ed half an hour later. The wom
an will recover.
All About I'npt. 1. W.
a.ucu
Wllltamaon's
repenting, principally over false re
turns mute under the income tax,
That odious law caused more lying
ban any other piece of legislation in
t be history of our country. Lidies
' eldom make restitution f jr evading
'latiea upon articles of dress. Customs
Ilictra aver thp.t ladies of all classes
ake ca'.urally to smuggling in a small
'war.
I There was a laiy who visited this
' onntry in 1864 from England. Whi'e
ere she tmuggled in a siik dress pat
ni. A short time agoshe wrote em-
; casing the evasion of customs duties,
nd sending 15 to clear hereon
cieace. Shestt3d the value of the
re-s, Jand rejueted tbe talance
eturned to her it tbe duties did not
mount to so much. The Customs
vision of tbe Treasury made a corn
.tition baed up-jn tbe duties in
.rca in 1MH4, end found that tbe lady
d exactly $7 52 The balance wa
ruitted. Ministers of tbe gispel are
qaently the medium through which
y.cienc money is refunded. While
inislering spiritual consola'ion the
Lesion of Jcfraudinj! the govern-
In drawing $15,0.10 in (he Louisiana
State Lottery. He is a prosperous
farmer of Willow Grove, this county,
and before the June drawing some
thing seemed to tell him that ha
fchnuid invest then, which he did by a
i-uuiB oi uouars, ana in uue lime re
ceived t ekeis, one, No. 18,14."), en
titled him to one-tenth of the capital
prize oi ?ioii,uiai, ana which amount
be has received through the Bank of
itavenswoo-i, W. a.. from M. A.
Dauphin, New Orleans, La. Auu-
uwxi ii, a.) vir.
Biting NHll at 1.1 Pmo.
El Paso, Tex., September ".Con
trary to report", Cmting has not gone
Ka-ft to lecture. He is etill in El lao
awaiting for the return of Special En
voy Sedii wick. He is nearly destitute,
his half intereet in the Mexican paper
El Crnlintl, which he owned in j'aso
del Norte, having bnen absorbed by
the expense of h's imprisonment and
trial. He hs been trying to raipo
money enough to go to Michigan and
stay with relatives there long enough
to re- uperate his health, but has so
far not succeeded. Envoy Sedgwick
has not yet mado his appearance on
the Rio Grande.
To tb Editors of the Appeal
Two names, both of Memphis men,
seem now to be the only ones promt
nently presented to tbe convention
which is to select a candidate for Con
gress from this district They are tbe
names of gentlemen well known, uni
versally respected and by everybody
recognizor as worthy ol the pomtion
to which they aspire.
It is not my obiect, by any means,
to detract from tne one nor unduly
exalt the other. I do notspeak against
Mr. Phelao. but only give some rea
sons why, as one of the constituted
borlv. 1 creier uoi. ratieraon.
The Representative in Congress from
this distnct ougbt io be as ttrong, as
well furniehed, as zealous, as well in
formed and as influential as we can
possibly find. He should bain full
physical snd mental vigor, ma
ture without bobbles or cranks,
energetic, aggressive and in sound
sympathy with the hopes, the prog
ress and tbe history of tbe people be
is to represent. He should bs emi
nently a man of affairs, accustomed to
minaling with mn, at home in de
bate, quick to perceive, schooled to
think and to speak, and possessed of
tbe force of character, mental endow
ment and moral courage, which make
the poswsor felt as an active, efficient
power into toe legieiaiure oi tne
country. He should be a Democrat
to tbe core, thoroughly Southern.
Identified always with his party and
bis section, and yet broad enough to
stand in a Federal Coogrees
as a national man, and bear
ever in mind that this dietrict is
pait of a grand whole. Our system
intends tbat every Uongreesiooal
district shall have its Congressional
action through iti immediate Keprc
renla'ive, all the weight, and a l the
importance, and all the independent
and individual care and solicitude to
which it is entitled under a wise and
judicious appreciation of its relative
rights and obligations in tbe Ktate and
In tbe union.
Let us by all means seek to put up
on tbat floor to speak and act and
think for us as large and vigorous and
strong a man as cur resources can
lu'niab.
Let us. if we can end him. send a
Rnprcsentative who will be a man of
mark, and wbo, in ripe experience
and roocgnlied ability, can stand as an
equal axtoog the foremost.
Of courss we of Memphis desire to
see tbe Representative taken from our
city.
We feel that Memphis is so large a
part of tbe district and so much needs
a Kepreseniu'ive in sympathy with
cur coadition, tbat the candidate
should be found here. At leart no
other candidate is now before the peo
ple except the tao citizens of Mem
phis already named, and surely it is
no disparagement of Mr, Pbelan, and
would not oa disoaragement of any
man in tbe district, to say that Col.
Patterson is pre-eminently fitted for
the nosition and worthy to be chosen
by tho conveQtion as the Democratic
candidate.
If sorvica already rendered to the
party in numerous campaigns should
be remembered, he can mrely point
to a mine of such service faithfully and
efllc'ently rendered, as any other
member of tbe party. Look back to
the canvass of 1882. Who carried the
Democratic forcei of the county to
Victory then? Wbo was so eloquent
and so cogent in bis appeals to tbe
people? Who was so enticing in leg
islative labor, and whose influence
waaso much felt in legislative action?
As a lawyer, Col. Patterson has no su
perior at this bar. His earnest enthu
siasm, his great physical endurance,
his powers cf discrimination and his
ability in cogent argument have placed
him in the front rank as an advocate,
while his legal attainments, his care
ful research and his strong common
sense have gained for him his high
position as a counsellor. The edu
cation of a successful lawver is
surely no inconcirternhlo qualification
for a lozlslator. The man who has
professionally studied the Stito and
federal conttltotion and lonrned the
practical workings of the State and
Federal laws, bs la d a gcd founda
tion for wise and ellicient work as a
Btateeman and law maker. Tba man
who baa learned in bis profession to
think profoundly and to reason clear
ly, has trained bis mind in the di
rection of the Congressional arena
In Col. Patterson's case the mind
thus trained wis naturally of a very
high order aud he has given amole
proof of its broad reach in political
lie'ds. onesurpass him in tbe use of
chaste and vigorous English and few are
his equ lis in the eloquence of cultured
thought and earnest conviction, tome
men seem bjrn for public position.
Their capacities nrge them to the large
sphere of intellectual conflict and their
endowments are developed by tbe de
mand of a struggle under tbe public
gar?.
Such a man Is Col. Patterson. On
every occasion, thus far, he bas shown
a ready capacity for any public service
required of him. He is now urged, I
feel sure, by the instincts and adapta
tion of bis nsture, to aspire to a seat in
Congress. If he shall go, then he will
approve the wisdom of the choice, and
be an honor and a pride to his con
stituents. CIT1Z8H.
WOMEN
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IZENS INSURANCE COMPANY
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GEO. ARNOLD, J. W. RICHARDSON. J. F. TUf FIN.
i . u. nimn, ill'TlfW ArAivilOl PjAlf.
ui unco
MANUFACTURERS 0T FIRST-CLASS
Steam Engines, Boilers and Tank Work, Cotton Gins, Cottoi
I'resses, nooa riiueys, snaiting, Agricultural
and Plantation Work,
AND DEALERS IS
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Manufact urers and Wholcade Dealers in
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No. 344 Main Street Memphis Tenn.
A Wfl.KH NKNT UPON APPLICATION.
hmh son oils1
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All Cotton Covered by Insurance on Seiworthy Vessels o,
in Ginhouse. Sacks furnished to responsible parties.
121 and 12G POPLAR STREET, MEMPHIS.
Z. N. ESTE3.
B. 8. BPICER.
TT. B. DO AN.
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(KCl'CEASOKS TO E8TCS. DO AN CO.)
YSLolesale Grocers and Cotton Factors
Nos. II 1-2 and 13 Union Street Memphis. Tenn.
RMHWOI
Corner Adams and Second Sts.
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In every respect and to aire entire aatlafaotion.
We follolt yonr patronage and request that jou nil, examine our itock, prloei, eto.,
before purchMina elaewhere.
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W. II. HORTOI,
Late of Moacham k Hortoa.
J. W. BAILEY.
Late of Bailey at CorlnitoaT
eomerrme.
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BE5T TONIC
ThU eMawlfoln iwimhlnaa Ima with tmim M.V.U
t'Tiiioa, and tit invaltisj.ie fr ltmNu iwciihar to
Uomrui ntl Mllwhiltl awflniitary IWm. i Kn.
rirhfi tun fuvitirn itte itioiiUt iimuinica
IHtrvra- in iac, inontiMtnur inviKirni. i
(Mitira the otmuilftlun. aiitl make I lie nkin srniooth.
ItdinouitC tHat-aatn ina l'UL('ua imaa.'-tu, uff
I us. KT.ir.AiinR Bairp, 14 FrwU Are.. Milwaq.
att. V UB., , tltiUiT UIt ot lM). anl It, IN:
' 1 havti uwni Brovin'ii lnm littni,aiit1 it fianln
innr than U'H-hirto ma, tiavitix curtni mo of (ha
wwtkrtttM ladtm harp tn lift. Aim ctiml nit of l.i.
r (Xmipliuni, auil now my oompliutn in rlar avutl
cooo. 11M sumo imii iMtiu'iu'iai u nij emit mm.
DAY, HORTON & BAILEY,
WHOLESALE
GROCERS AND COTTON FACTORS,
3KQ.303 Front Street Memphis Tenn.
HXToxv Firm.
ROBERT LOOKWOOD,
i LIVERY, BOARDING AND SALE STABLE,
trFluo Btoolx..f arBtyll.h Turnouta.n
Chickasaw Iicuvoitf
JOIIN E. HANDLE & CO.,PBOPK'S,
98 Seoond St. Memphis, Tezm
FOUNDERS & MACHINISTS,
MANUFACTURERS AND DKALKRS IN
HKlneM, lloilei-M, Sawuiillft,
Dradlord Corn and Wheat Mill ,
Cot ion rreHM, Cotton Winn,
ShaninK, Pnlleys " 'f.
BPECIAL KOTirB-We areprepaTedtoBI! ordert
ontbori notioa, for the eeleurated Metlart Pntrn:
Wromhi-iMi. Pulley. We carry is atook orer
Two Hundred Aborted Mirf.
a-nnd for OBtlnn n4 Pr!f-1M.'
$ 'MM-
nay: "I ut) uHfrwi unioni miwry nom fi'mi
kHmipi.lilin, anil awium ivuui iiuui Uttimikf
saoeit Bnmn'a Iron Hittr.
Umina ha n)xr Trad Mark and cmaaed rrd HnaG
on wrapir. Tnkt no utbiT. Mmlo onl by
PUUW 4 IIKMICAL (U, ItALTlMOKK, Ma
TUOS. P. SIMPSON,
anhiiJaTton. I. T. Na
akd fnr vntant until obUined. Writ
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It contains no Opium or Morphine
FOR SALE BT ALT. nnnnr.iHTa
. S. WELLIEW, Bole Proprietor. 70tt and 711 WASHINGTON AVENIIK. ST TII7I&
AND NtRVCUS HtAUAUHc
An oonrlnofd, after tatfn it, that TOKSlUN)
prmmmm dtMrided and marked oaraura propertiaa
w Kheumatic fienr&laiA, and alaotn Uuacuiar Khatt
auuam. Walts Coixa, at. JJ., bt. Louia, lata
Hara tasted TokoaWI In sent) earn of Ban
ralfia. It has siren nie perfect eatntfaction.
O. B. Oaiaaiiuca, M. l., Fairbnry, U,
JTn nmd ToKOAIJNa In Nenralaia and Inftina
matury lUieumatiem, aith tbe vrrj Inat rsmlta.
J. N. Pioa, M. V.. Vandarouuk,TJL
PKICB ONE DOLLAR PER BOTTLE.
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AND TRUST COMPANY.
BOAXU3 OF THUBTXltllH.
NAPOLEON BILL, MTCHAKL OAVIN. J O HAWTwirwirTHj.
LOUIS HANAUErf. TUOMA8 BOYLB ' DAVrD P. HADDKN.
54? J0HN W- COCUKAN. JAMES A. OMBKHQ.
ANDREW RENKERT. nnr. rni.HMiit run nnlniuta i 1
JAMES S. ROBINSOtf. WM. KATZKNBBROER. :HARDWIO PKRRH
aarDepoaita reeelved ia aama of 91 and upward, and Interest allowed on aama 8emK
r We bay and sell looal Inyeatment Bonds and Seonritlea renerally, pay tales, aetaav
e'nt ' ' ,'nrJ' z"t any finanoial business requiring a safe and responsible
"$V"II drfti' ,B,"" fo anitpnrchasera, on all parta of Europe.
erWehaveaoominodlous Vault for the deposit of valuables, whioh la at the aerrioa ol
our oustomers, Free of Cltartre.
D. P. HADUEN, President. EWD. fiOLOSMITH, Tlce-Prcaldeiit
JAMFH If THN. f!nhlr.
Mew Cotton Giu9
Nos. 201 and 203 Madison Street, Memphis, Tenn.
IsATEST MIIlOVJGD IIUJLliE B GIX
JJF.ST Tisrnont and Sample Onaranlerd. Good weigh
, ly made. All Cotton Insurad while In Transit and at Q
plication. We use the "Patent UtiloMder" and unload all wai
and unload all wagon cotton.
ghta, and remittances rromr
in. baoka furnished
on an
(ilive us a trial-
NAPOLEOX HILL, President. W.W. WILKEESOIf.TIce-PresIiIeit.
II. J. LTM5, .CasUler.
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aUUi,'iUN VXI.J a JL1U S KM WAX JL XJ1UI UUI
A 6E9KKAL FIBS AID MAStISM BCIOfESUB.
A QUARTER OF A MILLION'DOLLARS FULL PAID CAPITAL
IT. f URSTKNHIIM,
8. MAilSFlILD,
33XZl.ZIOTOZl.eiil
WM. I. COLL. JAMES BULLT.
J0WK LOAflM
v. uaxuaiitu
Of&eli Maallsmn (Street, MeEaphiM, Tiia
JIS.01.UTIO NOTICE
BY MUTUAL CONSENT, the firm of Alston, Crowell A Co. la this day dissolved. E. W.
Crowell retiring. The remaining partners. P. S. Alston and H. If. Maury, will con
tinue the business at the old stand, oorner Front and Union streets, assuming all liabilities
and collecting all outstanding acoounta. E. W. CROWELL.
P. 8. ALSTON.
Memphis. Tenn., September 1, 1886. H. H. MAURY.
ararOn retiring as above. I bespeak for my auooeaiora a continuation of the liberal patron
age heretofore extended the old firm. E. W. CROWELL.
NEW FIRM.
ALSTON, MAURY
& CO.
R.LC0CHRAN1CO
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AW AVID PLAaiJIfihHILX, sTATT-TJJBJD,
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Holding, Lnmbai
isaui ana oningies, mooring, telling and Cedar fostSa
lCTEMPIIIaS.
H. 0. PSARCE.
JOHN L. MoCLELLAN.
ARCE fe Co
Cotton Factors & Commission r.lerch't s,
No. 280 TRONT STREET, MEMPHIS, TENN.
Cotton Warfhense-lfos.NH and 9 Tnlon sitreet.
D. W. FLY.
Lateol Commerce, Misi.
P. B. HEBRON.
Late ot Coffeeville. Hist.
BAM HOBSON.
Lata of Brooks, Neely A Co..
FLY, HEREOM & H0BS0K
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
Cotton Factors and Commission MercliSLL
324 Front Street, Memphis, Tenn.
W. A. GAGE & CO.
Cotton Factors,
"No. SOO Front Street, : Memphis. Tcebr.
(SUCCESSORS TO II EACH AH A HOBTOIP
COTTON FA.OT'El.JS
Old Stand. No. 9 Union St., Mompliis.
Cotton Factors and Commission Mcrcliaiitst
No. 3H Front Strpct, Corner ot Monroe. Memphis, 1 enn.
WSnMnBaanmtananaejaaaaa-nan
EIRE, INLAND AND MARINE.
THE BLUFF GifYIlURMiOE 00
OF MIL1IPIIIS, TESNm
OrriCE-No. 285 MAIN STREET.
EinBOTOrtB I
J. T. FRANK, W.A.GAOK. M. GAVIN, . . J. W. FALLS,
J. C. KCELT, rrealdent.lD. P. 1IADOLK, Vlc-Pra'l.
J. C. NEELY.
W. 0. HOOBE.Scc'j

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