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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 14. 1888.
TDE BELL PATENT.
INTERVIEWS OP ATTORNEYS
HELD AT WASHINGTON.
The Fisheries Question Coinage of
Silier and Mckel -Other
Washington, September 1.1.
Messrs. Goode, Chandler ani WhI
tL.in. o' coancel for the sovernment
in tbe suit to tot the va'idity of tie
latent bold oj ttie American JJeli
Telephone Company, tra now in the
I V ..J 1 . -
cuy Huu iuivo mm several ioiihiiii
tions with actire Attorney Gentra!
Jenka in regard tr the esse. Judges
Jackson at) a base will ait at Uinciiinati
next Monday to bear argument Dn the
pleading in tbe Cite, including the
special plea to the jnrBc'iction of the
IJoitid Stated Court and thedeiuurrtr
to the government' bill.
WieTtiKfiTfiv. SnlpmVi(r IS Th
Second Comptroller of the Treasury
baa given an opinion in regard to llm
war claims of the State of Ohio, in
irhli)i Via holr'a tlin. whatever De.'tS
iv atnrp. and armnli: h wem furnished
by that 8taie for its aick and wounded
Bnldiera employed in the J'euerai ser
vice in the war of the rebellion, and
whatever brspital f)cn-tera were fur
niplmd hv tha 8late for lbs care of
nh inl.lipi. irr'nilirjir the nerefesrv
cift of tiancpntation from the field to
the hospital, are uiimlm mib!e under
fie provisions, of tie ae's ot July 17
and 27, 1831.
Silver apl Mrkt-I tolnairr.
WAMimoTtN, SHiitember 13. The
Ifsniof atai.d.rd silver do:lH from
thu 3inU durir g tb w;v k entlod S.p
tetuber 11th wm SWl.'-'M; the iu
durinii the correnuoiidinK period of
kft year wai ?5!ilt,:i95. The a' ip
mnuta of fractional silvr roln since
aHptemher let amuu' t to $417,385.
Tbread fur l.llliieln Ilullablr.
Washington, September 13 lie
Traiury Department his decided
that thread used in the mnnufac
tnre of g lling nets is pioperly
dmiable as "linen thread," at the rate
of 40 percant. ad va'orem, rcgard'eta
of an apparent change in the trad"
nam", itic tiie parage of the tarifl
iwt. of 18H3, to "seine or gllling twine,"
which, under thflt act, was Hitrjwt to
a dutr of 25 per cent, a J valorem.
From the Ian'. Bta'etnont iKsued by
t'e Mint Bureau it appear, thflt tie
eilver dollars coined under the B and
art hav reached a total of Si.'M.OOO,
000, whi hie lib nit tqiial in amnui.t
to the go d coiuaad bulli.nheld by
Tha Ujiertor of the Mint bus isiutd
tl)e f jllowing circular In regard t( tbe
issue of minor coins: Five cut uickol
Ciecis and one cent l.ro rs p-oces will
o forwarded in the order of anplina
tion from the mint of tbe United
Sta'cs at Philadelphia to pnluti
reacbud by the Adams Kxprtm Com-
fiany, free of tramporUtiou chatges,
n sums of $20 or multiples thereof,
upon the receipt and collection by the
Superintendent of that mir.t of a
draft on New York or Phlltdelphia,
payable to bis order. To points not
reached by the Adams Kxpreri Com
pany, aid where delivery under its
contract i h tbe government in thug
impracticable, the above coin tan, on
the name turns, he 6nt by ngibtered
mail at the applicant's risk, registry
fee on tVioaanie to be paid by the gov
ernment. Order for irnnepor a iou at
the rick uf ti e applicant" r-hould ex
press the acceptance of the iiek.
No lereiiilorj Urmanil Mini.
Washington, Septamber 13. No
demand, "poremp'ory" or othorwite,
for the release and restoration nf the
Canadian verce's seized in Alarkan
waters, has been received at the State
Department nor have the ques'ions
possibly involved in the secure
rea:beu the Secretay from any offi
cial source. Sjine of the remnrkablo
nt'erancee recently telcgiaplifd from
Ottawa and atlril u'ed to a member oi
the Dominion Cabinet, are thouuht at
the Department to bo faiirlcation", it
boirg iicredibie that r.ny person hold
ing a plaro of such g ave lesponsi
biuiy thould, with ihe mengar in
ioiinithn now in hand, pledge tho
Canadian and British UovornnunlB t
an arbitrry coump, and in ndvaoce
even of tbe presentation of the caw to
this government, pedi :t"lioly times"
unlfssthe domnndinreat oncsoui-
pliwl with. (
A t'ourt lor lit Pnrh.
Wasiiinoton, 8pteml)er 13. T). W.
Wtar, snporintendunt oi the Yel'ow
atono Natiomd Pnik, in bin lumnal re
port to the Secretary (if thu Interior,
culls Rtt'.irtiim lo thu laB of thu park,
and says they nreeniiriily inariu.iiia'.o
for its protection. Ho anggeid i thut a
law to ei'Uut.d ly Congicsa establish
irg a court williin and ior the pnrk,
with exclusive jarisdiciinn of till mia
demeaniirs and with power to exam
ine imd hold to bail persons cha'gd
with felony, to b trlod.by the nearest
court having criminal jiiusdiciioo. Mr.
Wear rtpor's thst Hie roadn and
bridges lii t'.ie park are in go. d condi
tion, the hotel ai'eomiuo laUons are
g -oJ a id ample and tho tranaporla
tiou fueilitiee excellent. Tna Yellow
tonf Ntioial Park Asiccia ion have
ba ud hotel sit s at Mammoth Jlol
8pr ngs, Fire Hole, Upper Ueyser 15 -Bin
and Grand Canon, and tor.tem
pla'.e erecting good hotels at these
I'lleU Ills Houil,
Wabiiinotom, September 13
Thomas K. Benedict, of New York,
today filed with the Hecietary of the
Interior his ollkial bond in the sum of
$. 0i),0 JO aa Public Printer, wh'cli was
approved. Upm the State Depart
ment being u'jtified o! this fa t his
cominiwion was issued. Mr. Buuedict
will tate charge of tho cllioe tomor
row. arporlAlloii uT 4nlml fur Rrred
lliK. WasHmoiuN, S'pt;mb)r 13. The
A itiog S-iretaryo! the Tr. nsnry hps
inftructed the (! ol.ec'.or of CuetOjns at
Port Huiop, Mich , that poisons dc
ei'i ig Jo impor; allium s for.breeding
purpojiS must tnli fy the Collector of
thefr ntierpoitat the lime of impoita
Vian of their r'ghts in the prejute,
and, Bho, that evidence wuiun coma
have been prceloced at the tim, but
whiiih was no', owing to iirnr ranee of
the law o' force rf uircumstancee, may
be cuitddered af.erwaids as a claim
iVnlne of Cattle llxpori lor Atitunt.
S Washington. St-pteniber 13 The
Cbie-f ot tl-e Bur. u of Htstistics re
ports tie to'al values of the exports of
do'tios ic raltle and boga and ol beef,
pnrk a:.d dairy prodiuif, eifd!os:
Cir.'lo and I r?. Angus' 1, I SSli.
1 2 i!),713; 1 073.131'; ta't'e a' d
lings, two mouti.H tniirg AuguU.Sl,
J!.M, 2,731 0..tj 18V, i.'.Oti.Kiii.
Ji.ef ntp"rk w.t'.u.-ta, Angn-t lhStl,
fa,125,35 1SS5, .h,051,1K; beef and
rork, t-n m-iii'iis ending Angus' 31,
lM-5, 03,111,473; 1SH5, .t73,n3.o 573.
Piry products, Augtifit, 1-oSO, 1,3SJ,-
A13; 1886, tl ,257,693 ; dairy irodocts,
fonrmont. euded Aneust 31, 1880,
$4,051,803; 1885, $1,947,073. Beef, pork
and dairy products, e'irht months
erded Auuit 31, 1830, 55,897,406;
lh Oleonaricarlaa Tx.
WAeiiiNOTON.S'plember 13 A't'rg
Secretary Fairchild has issued a c'rcu
lar to customs ofliceia calling attention
to section 10 of tha oleomarnarine ac'.
making provision f( r tbe colltc'ion rf
an inteinal revenne tax of 15 ci ntj per
prund on all impirtd oltoTjarariii
in addition lo the rgu'ar import duty,
and aho proiiding tint thi- additional
ix must be paid before the leirioval
of the goods from the cus o iy of lbs
Opeaiag; of the k.Mlou at Hie lei-verkilj-Tbe
fcjoaaaaroKuinca or Tin ArpiAL.I
Umvansnv of Tennexskk, Knox
ville, Keptemb-r 10. Only slight
shocks of the jecent earihquuke were
felt her?. Tliere bus hien conaidr
able change made among the Imtrutt
ors sinre the last fets on of achoo!
Profs. W. A. Noyes and K. Alexander,
both having left to take other aud
probably more profit".b'e prsitiocs
elsewhere. Tbere ara r;ot ts many
students this year as last. The old
men hate to return, bnt are coming In
slowly. Durirg the gummer mouths
the old and broken doors were re
placed by new one', and tha ha Is and
rooms ot very bui d ng were white
washed. P.f. W. G. McAdoo. who Lai for a
long timo held a p ate as instructor t f
of tbe I'.tiglisri Unguaue in l lie nni
veraitv. crive tin hh nlsiie nt tho cloie
of last eesninn, rotiiing to 1 is homi,
which ia in this city. He is now quite
n i old man. lis fi. tired liromim nilv
in the Mexican war, and Jattr as a
man of ltttois
Tha two litaratv aoniliot have onlv
about twentj-flv nifmbers each this
year, tha Chi Delta having a few mem
bers mora than toe oilier. Thiseo-
rintv will nrobablv atrnm nuhlish its
journal caled the Chi Delta Cretcetit.
Its young editors deserve to bo en-c-uraged
by the receipt of tub:crip
tions. Tha I.-uihlatiirn has anrronriated
tbe imtnePBS snm nf $j(IO i r tbe erec
tion an1 furnishing of woik shops on
the ' Hill." I txpett tho buildings
wdl bs magnificent in structure.
About Ilia Career of Ibe
Porter, or (swallow, or wlia'ovcr his
ritht nemois, whose swiudlinjrrpare
lions have heret do eb-en recounted,
in a card to tiie Frtdiricksbu g(Va.)
Lance gives a further account ol ha
caicer in Mitsouri. Heiaya: "I de
sire to correct soma errors in circula
tion about ms. Tbe statement that I
was born in Mseai:huBelt8 i incoi
rect, as I never was in that S a'e in
my life. My family are origirally
froiti the valley of Vnginia, and 1 whs
burn in NoitLern Marylattl, within
twenty milts of Grfttyehu'g. Sme
vears before the wr I n sided in Mis
souri, end in April, 1801, Gen. M Jiff
Thtuuppon, Cd. Slayha ik and mysell
organized one of tbe lirat Confederate
regiments lot the iHifaonn htntn uuaiu
under Gen. Sterling J'nce. We were
with it at Kpiinpll-'l J, Mo., August,
1801, end at Lexiniiton in Hptelnor
following. 1 remained with Gen
Price nntil the snrinit of 1803, when 1
joined the army of Northern Virginia,
una continued witn it nn:ii ttie close
of the war; was tw'co wounded rntl
twice a prisonar of war at Fort Dela
ware. At tiuttysburg l waa snot
t'uough. the body, and leturned to
Fi rt Delaware in Oc'ober. 18(i3."
After aome furihor s n'emonts, be
Baid : "Over thiity yeais ago I taught
school in some o( tiie moat bttrhly re
Bpeotable fainiliea of King George
county, Virginia. At tha aamn time I
read law under tbe direction of tiie
gifted and lamented Judge .:aw
Kiiatacn Conway, of Fredericks! uig,
whom I attemled In li'S laat illness in
linrnuin's Hotel ia Baltimore, at.d
upon whose certificate I was admitted
to tbe Supreme Com tot Missouri in
Mrtiek Oil la nielilaau.
Dbtkoit, Mich., Ssptember 13 A
IWe I'rtu Mnnitee ppicnd stye It. L.
Potois yesterday ttrutk oil nt the
deptli of 1920 foot. Ha had been
drilling a suit well. Three or four
thousaod b irrels llowe d out in a short
time bofjre l ho pipt was pluggeel. Ex
perts siy they have soen welli in tue
Kaet produce (cur thouftand bmirJs a
tlay wit's poorer pr. speiH at first tliBn
tins well. The oil ii of the best
( lire r a rnin.
Mackuox Ckntku, Wivsa Co., N. Y.,
Kobrunry 2S, UM5.
Sumo years ago I liudlv pprainoil my
Btooitt'ib pickit g che'riea, n.td have
sutlored g'ee.tly ever sinre. Nothirg
has beu so beiielliinl as AUcock's
Plasters. They entirely cured ms nf
ilmt trouble. 1 hRve also been affliit
ed with a lame ankle, but these Pla
ters soon enabled melown'k. I rec
ommoiul tliem whenever I have an
opportunity, as 1 have found them
very useful for ovr ten years. All
cock's Piactera have always done me
tho greate t service, and 1 am every
day more and more convinced that no
household shou'd he without them,
MKS. 81'SIK A. HILLS.
Banquet r the Wendell Pbllllpn
Boston, September 13. The AVen
dell Phillips c ub of this city, gave a
banquet SaiurJay niitht at the Kevere
llouie to Frederick Douula'S. Seveniy
gentlemen were present, including
Stewart Hsrt and J. Gordon Street oi
the New York Frremin, Dr. Bwlow,
Lswis llvdan ol New iork. O nnen
and others. Douglass, who niado the
principal speech of ihe evening, dwelt
chiefly on the pr-g ess made by the
colored people since tbe auti-alavery
The Southern l'aeillc's I'.arnlnss.
Nk Yoiik, Se,)temhr 13 The
following ia ilia s n'.cm-nt of Ihe
Southern Pacific Usiiroad Company,
both syBiouis, fi r the month ol Ju'y :
Grots eruinKs, 2 717,100; operating
fxper.seB, $1,483,050; Let earnings,
?l,j;t4,14i; r.nttls l oin leaso.l lines,
$10 080. Total net.. Sl,':sO,S2l$. All
charges, if 1,204,579; surplus, t7ii,217.
Ot pure Cod Liver Oil. with Hjpo
phoephiies, is a ties' valualda reir.i.ly
lor coiiBumptioti, ecrolula, waiting dn
HH'tM oi 'cl.ildie'ii, c lids and chronic
coughs, and in nil conditions where
there is a less of 11 th, s bok of nerve
l - . i , f 41.-
7iier auu a genoiiu iiamniy oi iuo
Kailrnail I. noil Forli lleil In Mexico
City ok Mkxho, Septen.ber 13.
Tl.e cnii(TBJon gruniMl to Gen. Grant's
8 m'ber.i Mexican iai way for waste
lands in tho S ates of Veia Crx,
Ptibla, Oaxil a and Chinas, was today
t'llh'ial'.v declared fcr.'eiied. Tiie rait-
way c"iics inn ha I a lo?g timo since
CURED WHILE PRAYHO.
A WOMAN COMPLETELY BE'
STORED TO HEALTH.
Tather Albino's Supplication An
swered-He Sajs It Ia One
New York special to Philadelphia
Time: At the very summit ol tho hi
Mil that liisjrs' west of the tity bf
lloboken and that givrs trie name
Union Hill to the ttragKiirg villaue
built nvon i', s auds 'he Kjin.n Cat'a
oiic Monfstory ol St. Paul of the
Crors. This mooroter ia krown es
tee Pasioniet Monas ery. With'n i s
ratheral-like church lest Wennrd..y
aflemot n there o curred a wouderfnl
faith cure that bus set the Un on Hill
people all agoa. On Wednesday after
noon while Fatter Albino, 1 tie old
prieft whose duly it is to care fjr
those who come into the church, was
paing at the altar a party of eiebt
entered t.nd knelt at the door. Oae
of tbe nariy, a young woman, Mrc
Cetherine Mu'phy, oi Pottsville, Fa.,
went ' into ttie church, wa'king
wiili the aid of crutch's.
She had Rufiered many yeais
with partial paralysis of both
legr, and havinir beard of tbe miracu
lous euros eflected in the IVs.onist
Church, the bad come to pray. On
this Wednesday, her first prayers over,
she entered the confessional that
etardaon the r'ght hand tide of the
lobby of the chnriib, near the dror.
She "went into the ccn'esdoual b?x
wiih her crutches and came out lean
ing heavily cn them. She want to
the front cf the rhnreh then and
k-e't a;ain, this time not far from
where there Is a font tledicited to Si.
1'unl ef tl o Cross, thi patron S tint of
The old Fa'her Albino knelt not far
from her. end prayed that G :d might
iinhteo ihe sufJVrtr's burden. When
tbe f'net part rf tha prayer was over,
the Fa'her took from iti p'uee nn the
alUr a 1 ttie ebony box, b.U'd with
gold, c:ntaining dust if the bones of
o'. 1 aul O' the Ur08. Ill ID In X lie
rubbed ennt y over the woman's tide
aud i xhurted bor to have faiih and
the Stint might help her. As ke
robbed, Ihe pre.t slowly removed
one crutch from the witnan, who
was now a ending Still encoura
iii! her. he then removed the other
ciutcb. As tbe two crutches fell to
theflror, be told the woman to walk
to a pew and p'ay. At tbe end of her
prayer ttie t.rleit told her to wa'k
brevely, and aiie did so. She finally
If It the church feelictr very hanpy.anil
leaving Lercrutchoi where Ihey had
At the roorastry today cne of Ihe
fntht r taid that the cure was not con-
tiered anything lmraculnus or
wonderful. 'Ic ia but ene o( many,"
said tbe father, "that; Las happened
here, and we can only attubuie it to
ihe compassion if tre saint who,
hrouvh tiie God-giten power, tur.s
Netir where Mr.'. Murphy's crutches
were 'aid is a lid'e heap of canes and
crutches thst ethers cured ol their
disa-fs in tiie Bum a wonderful way
Unknown Nvbooncr Sunk.
Washington, Sontumher 12. The
Signal Corps station at Nautncket,
Mas., lepoits to tbe Chief Signal
cilh-en laiire unknown thrac-mabted
BChconer sunk iu the vicici y of
Snndy Toint, eails barging looee and
oveibonrd No particulars can be
leaned. Four hnndnd bags of flour
were font.d inar Nantucket beach,
ma-kad 1'. C , N. Y. C.
rr,-Tnra wlttl dtrlot n'lnvnl to PurltT. StnnKth nl
ll,.iillhrnlnv. nr. l'rl.v. llnklnir IWil. r '-'
no ,Viiimrtiiln.l.lmf,Ahiiiii.rrii.iilmlii'. or. I rlri-H
KiUuots, Vanilla. Lvmun, dt., Iluvor dellcluualj.
PRICC BAKING PCWDCK CO. Chicago and St Iiflc
Forty Years a Snffercr from
WONDERFUL TO RELATE I
"FOR FOrtTY TEARS I hav. bon a vlo
tlm to CATAHKU-thre.-fourtlrii of th.tim.
nurTerar from KXCRUOIaTINU PA1N8
ACHliSS MY FOhKIIKAO AND MY NOS
TRILS, Th. diiohanea war. o orTsnaiv.
that 1 heiiiat. to Di.ntion it, except lor th.
od It may do lom. other lufierer. I hav.
ip.nt a jrounc ti-rtun. from my aarnlnia
durini my forty yean of urlerlni to obtain
rolief trow th. dootora. 1 hav. tri.d patent
medioin.1 v.ry on. I could learn of Irotn
th. lour eorneri of th. enrth, with no relief.
And AT LAST 157 y.art of an.) hare met
with a reiu.dy that haa cured tue entirely
made mo a new man. I weighed 121 pounds,
and now woiirh 14tt. I uned thirteen hnttlei
of th. medicine, and th. only reirret I hare
It, that haing in the humble walka of lil. I
nny not hav. influenc to prevail on all ca
tarrh lurTerori to u. what hiia cured ma
Gulun'g Pioneer Blood Kenewcr
"No. 2t)7S3onlitr..t, M.ooa.tia."
" Mr. Honrr C'ki'.i. t)i. writer of th.
abov., formerly cl Crawford eoanty, now of
Aiacon, lea., menu ibe contaonr. or ail in
tar.ritcd in catarrh. W . A. Ill VF.
" Ex-Mayor of Macon."
A SI FKKH
FLESH PRODUCtRA, TONIC
Giiieu's Plniiorr Blond Kenewer.
Curei all Blood and Skin Diroanea, Itheuma
tini. r-oroloia, Uld Sores. A perfeot Spring
ll not in yonr market, it will b. forwarded
nnreceipt of price. Saiall botll.i, II, lam.,
Knay on Blood and Skin Diicnioa mailed
MAt'lIK -triill'INK t'etMPANT.
To Ileal hhtato Owners and Agents.
e ARTIES harinr sidewalks to put down
will find it to their interest to apply to
V . l.orKHV. M l.,,l,..in ... .I,..,, lUi
'Second. Contractor for Stettart'l Grano
I ilbio l'uvcuicnts.
The most wonderful Paln-Curer the world has ever
known. Its effects are instantaneous.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla.
B'umvi'viaJWiiti isiwt. im.vimMn wwrvnuu; "mmmvam
Buggies, Wagons and Harness,
NANCE COTTON PRESS,
Steam rincliu-M, Machinery of All Deserlptiong,
2S"o.332 SECOND ST -MEMPHIS. TETTW.
Tried in tho Crucible.
Abont twenty years spo I dlscoTcrcd a little aoro on my check, and the doctors pro
nounced it cancer, I have tried a number of physlclana, but without receiving any perma
nent benefit. Among the number were one or two specialists. The. medicine they applied
was like flro to the sore, cunsins intense pain. I saw a statement in the papers telling what
8. 8. 8. bad done for others similarly afflicted. I procured somo at once. Before I baa used
tbo second bottle the neighbors could notice that my cancer was healing up. My general
health bad been Dau for two or three j'cars 1 haa a hocking cougn ana spit blood contin
ually. 1 bud a severe pain m mv bronst. After taklni! six bottles of 8. 8. 8. my couc;h left
me and I (,'rew stouter ilran I hud been fur several yean. My cancer has healed over all but
a little spot about the i.e of a half dime, and It is rapidly disappearing. 1 would advise
.very out) with cancer lo gio ij, 8. 8. a fuir trial.
Jliu. NASCY J. McCONAUUllKY, Asho Grovo, Tippecanoe Co., Ind.
Fob. 16, 1880.
Bwift'a Specific Is entirely vegetable, and seems to cure cancers by forcing out tho Impu
tloa from tho blood. Treutiso on lllood and Hkin Disenses mailed free.
TUE SWliT SfKClHC CO., Drawer 8, Atlanta, Go.
Muiiiifiu'turers and Wholesale Dealers la
No. 344 Main Street Memphis Tenn.
,(pi,ks hvwt I'posr appr.srA no-v.
OV MEMPHIS, TKX.
OFFICE S3 MadUon St. (Desoto llank Ilnilding).
fl. II . rUNanOMB, R. T.. COCHRAN,
It, llAJNAtritv. A, VAvvArU. J. tv.xJliilrii.lv, Tn.a. MAiiLuai,
N. FONTAINE, JOE. BRUCE. J. T. WILLINS.
MI.IDUNSCOJIB.l'res't. JOS. BKUCE, V.-Pres't. J.S.l)USCOMB,Sfc'j
iilSIS y uQTT
All Cotton Covered by Insurance on Seaworthy Vessels c
in Ginhouse. Sacks furnished to responsible parties.
124 and 12ft POPLAR STREET. MEMPHIS.
Z. N. ESTES.
(SDeCESOUS TO ESTES, DOAN A CO.)
WUlesale Grocers and Cotton Factors
Nos. II 1-2 and 13 Union Street, Memphis, Tenn.
Hiding from Mulberry to St. Martin Streets
8r3" Insurance and Sacks free.
frzr The Largest and only Complete Gin in the city.
Bar Best Yield. Best Sample
J. ft. irT, W. II. HORTOSI, J. W. BAII.ET.
Lata of J. 0. Dar A Son. Latt of Moacham Uortoa. Lata of Bailer A Corlnitoar
DAY, HORTON & BAILEY,
GROCERS AND COTTON FACTORS,
360-362 Front Street Memphis Tenn.
LIVERY, BOARDING AND SALE STABLE,
So, 331 fSeeoud Street Memphis), Tenn.
xr -jf l ii rt Btooh.Ti srHtyllwh Pit rnoiitw.-w
LSnv& hA 'Wd
Cotton Factors and Commission Merchant
No, 314 Front Street, Corner ot Jlonroe, Memphis, Tenn.
J. H. MrDAVITT, F. M. NKLS0N,
W. B. DOAN.
JOIIJi E. BANDLE & 0., PKOPB'N
98 Seoond St. Memphis, Tet v
FQ)UN1)ERS & MACHINISTS,
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
ncliie, Uollern, NawiuillH,
Bradford Corn and lflteat Hill
Cotton PreisH, Cotton ilH,
MinniiiR, Vulley, -r.
R1I'.IA1. KOTU'E W ar. prepared to fill ord.n
en ri,ort notioa, for the col. rated Mxlrl Pasea.
H'roisnlis.. Pullaj. Wt oarry in itook over
Two Hundred Assorted mm i,
Send for I'ntilocue and Prlwi-Hst.
AND TRUST COMPANY.
JOHN W. COCHRAN,
SOL COLFM A
WM. KATZb' SBER9ER.
JAMES 8. ROBINSON,
Deposit, received in lama ol $1 and upward, and Interest allowed on aama Semiannually.
awn. buy and tell local InTestment Bonds and Securities generally, pay taxes, aeiat
trustee., and, in general, .x.cut. an laancial business requiring, ml. andretponiibl.
avsr vy . jssna drafts, lo tnms to suit purchasers, en all partt of Europe,
snar We have a oommndions Vault for th. deposit ot TalnablM. which ia at th serrio. ol
our cuitoioeri, Vrrti of CbarK.
I. P. HAD1N, rreHiilent. EWD. UOLOSXITH, Tice-PresWeat
JAMKM HATH AN. (hlcr.
Mew Cotton Gil
Nos. 201 and 203 Madison Street, Memphis, Tenn.
EIT Tnrnont and K.mple Uuaranterd. Good weights, and remittances proms'
It made. AH Cotton Insured while in Transit and at Oin. Sacks furnished on ap
pi cation. We us. th. "Pateiil Lalonl-r" and nnloadall wagon cotton. Giv. us a trial-
KAFOLEOJf 11ILL, President. W. IT. WlLHEBSOTIce-PresMeii t
U. J. LY5, Cusbier.
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OOKS A 0KHEBAI. FIBS AID JIAKIBB BDIIBEU. .
A QUARTER OF A MILLION'DOLLARS FULL PAID CAPITAL
H. I CltBTENHtlM, WM. I. COU , JAMES R KELLY, JOHN LOASf J
8. MANSf 1ILD, 0. . MTSKS, W. D. BS1U8LL.
O (lice 19 Sf ailUon Street, Meeaphia, Teiii!
BY MUTUAL CONSENT, th. firm of Alston, Crowell A Co. ia tht day dissolved, E. W.
Crowell retiring. The remaining partners, P. H. Alston and H. H. Maury, will con
tinue the business at the old siand, corner Front and Union streets, aMuming all liabilities
and collecting all outstanding acoounts. E. W. CHOWELL.
P. 8. ALSTON.
Memphis, Tenn., Sentemherl, 1886. ' H. 11, MAURY.
sa-0n retiring a. aove. I bespeak fcr my successors a continuation of the liberal patron
age heretofore extended the old firm. E. W. CROWELL.
AW ABD FLAIIItKlIU, HATT-TABD. .
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Molding, Lmnbo?,
Lath and Shingles, Flooring, Ceiling and Cedar Posts,
M. 0. PEARCE.
.a PEARCE & Co
Cotton Factors & Commission Klerch'is,
No. 280 FRONT STSEET, SSES PE JS, TENN.
Collon Warehonss-lion. HH and Of) I'nlosi !re"t.
D. W. FLY, F. B. HERK0N. SAM HOBSON.
Lata ot Commerce, Miss. Late ot Coffeeville. Miss. Lata of Brooks, Neely A Co.
PLY, ISRI01 & H03S0M
Cotfon Factors and Commission Mcrch&;..u
321 Front Street Memphis Teti.
E DESTRE TO CALL YOUR ATTENTION TO OUR LARGE STOCK OF FI1U8 WED.
11 AMBLE. We ar. prepared to furnish now work from latest designs on short notio.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED TO BE FIRST CLASS
In every respect and to give entire satisfaction.
We solicit your patronage anQ request that you oall, examine our stock, pricei, .to.,
before purchasing elsewhere.
W. A. GAGE & CO.
Wo. SOO Front Street, : Memphia. Ten
(BVOOENSOJIS TO M EACH AM A IIOBTONI
Old Stand. No. 9 Union St.. Mempliis.
ST. CECILIA ACADEMY,
NEAR NAMIVILLE, TEXX.
CONDUCTED BY DOMINICAN SISTERS.
Unrivaled not only In facilities lor highest instruction In Languages, Music, Art, but also
In location, heallhfulness, home comforts and training. . , ,, , .. . .
TERMS PER ANNUM Payable Uall in Advance Board. Bedding, W ashing, Tuition in
English studies, French, Uerman. Vocal Musio In Class,
Knr iiartinnlara. i,nl In KIIPRKIDR
THE BLUFF CITY IiSUB
OF MEMl'IIIS, TEXX.
OFFICE-No. 285 MAIN STREET.
J.F.FRANK. W.A.QAOE. M.AVIN. J. W.FALLS.
U.M.JAMES. DAVID P. HADDEN, - J.C.NKELV.
J. C. S UELT, freaiaent.50. 1'.UADDU, TlccFrei'l, W. H, KOVBE.Sce'
J. 3. HANDWERKEBi
DAVID P. HARDEN,
JAMES A. O.MBEKU,
JOHN L. MoCLELLAN.
and Second Sts.