MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL AVEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1885.
SENSATIONAL SrORT OF A MCE
Artbar Arthbothnst Confewei to the
Harder of Ex-Major Bowman,
of East SU Lonlg.
St. Loins, Mo,, September 14. Ar
thur Arthbothiut, nli.i A. L. Pitmenn,
Uae Charles Walker, alias Pa-ooni,
recent! Treated at Covington, Tenn.,
basc3Efsed to the Sheriff of that
county n( haring mnrdered the late
Mayor Bowman, ol East Bt. Lonifl, on
the 20 n day of last November. The
Sheriff bas sent tbe confession to the
Vjut 8L LrAiii authorities, and it Is in
abeUnce as follows: "Dating the
early part cf November, 1885,1 was
visiting in East 6U IauIb. and while
'walking in the ontakirts of the town
boat dusk one evening I was ap
proached by a well dressed man of
pleasing manners, who stopped and
conversed with me. After a while he
asked me il 1 wanted t9 make some
money. I to'd bim 'Yes.' I was
pretty rard up, so I was ready to do
moat snvthinir. He said there wai a
man in Em Bt Louis whom he
wanted t put out of the way. I told
bim I was b a man, and I could make
arrangements io kidnap his victim,
lie laid be did not want him kid
npped,,but nit out of the way. I
said I 'would murder tbe man
for fSOOO. If I was going
to be tanked at all I wanted
to sell myself for a decent amount. I
did not intend to commit murder,
however; I meant to kidnap the man
and keep him in an atylum. J)y this
means I could extoit money from my
captive and my principal at the tame
time. We made an appointment to
meet afiaio, and at this sccsnd inter
view I learned tht my employer was
a vice president of a railroad cr mpany
and a ri aidant of Sr. Louis. The final
arrangements were then made, and I
tben igreed to do the job for $2500. I
atirted immediately for New York,
and while there made arrangements
with 'Dandy Jim' and 'Striped Charley
Blake' t amist me. On the lt)th of
November 1 went back to et. Louis,
and tbere comp'cted the details of tbe
tcheme. 1 bought a bulldog revolver,
a flvt shooter of 41 cliber, and two
long hunting knivei. I didn't intend,
I want it understood, to murder Mr.
Bowman, but only bought tbe weap
ons to defend mysMf if he should re
sist my attempt to kidnap bim. That
evening 1 met the railrcad vice pres
ident by appointment, and while
we were talking together Mr.
Bswman pissed by. 'There is
the man laid my companion,
'that I want you to pot out of tbe
way.' He gave me his photograph so
that I could mike no mistake. On
the next night my p'ana were com
plete, except that my accomplices bad
not arrived. I stationed a hack near
Mr. Bowman's botue. in which it was
my intention to drive him to an
asylum, where I bad made arrange
ments for his confinement. I tben
concealed myself near a lumber pi!e in
front of Mr. Bowman's house and
waited. I tocn perceived the gentle
man walking in my direction, and
when be came opposite me I sprang
out in front of him and presentnd my
pistol in front of bis face snd com
manded him lo halt, lie tela 1 my
hand and I told him to Ut go, that I
was not going to kill him nor take hlH
money. He dropped my hand and
stepped away a foot or two and called
To ice!' la order to quint him I
raised my revolver and fired lie fell
face downward, and I then knew that
1 hiul done worse than 1 had intended,
I did not even then comprehend that
1 had killuj him. I only intended
to disable him, pint's him in
the carrioge and take him to
the asylum. 1 walked up to his
body and found that he was dead. I
then started to etcaps and hnd gone
but a short distance when 1 met my
employer. He then paid me my
money and we went to his honee in
1st. Louis and spent the remainder of
the night. Kirly in the morning1, dis
guised as a woman, 1 took tbe firat
train lor Bpringiieiu, m.
The confession tben details his trav
els through the Sju'h and his final ar
rival at Covington. Tenn,, and his bub
eoquent an est lie states that be
makes tbe coufrssion voluntarily, Him
ply because of a guilty conscience. He
knows his employer's name, his place
of reiidence, and cou'd eaily identify
him if he should ever see bim ngain.
He refuses to declare the vies presi
dent's name, but promises to do so
when the proper time shall arrive.
Btbing fikld, Mars., Soptembfr 14.
An explosion occurred in tlio mix
ing building of the Zyloniie Works at
Adamr, about 11:30 o'clock last even
ing by which the building was de
molished and Ambrose G. Jocks and
Charles F. Kimhall, night workmen,
were killed. Jenks was tK) years of age,
and leaves a widow and daughter.
Kimball leaves a widow and seven
children. Tbe building contained 2000
pounds of stork. The building waa in
eared for $2500.
, LEGAL AGEOFCOSSENr.
Xlllan I lie FmritM lo Coa
grM by I be W. N. T. V.
Niw Yonic, Beptembor 14. The
Women's National TVuinnranna Unlnn
has drawn up a petition to Congress
urging vut i, ia view oi ine sunning
increase of assaults upon women and
lis railed, as is proposed in the bill
now ueiure uio oeDaio, to eiguteen
years. The legal age of consent in
Delaware is seven years, la this b'tste
it has cnlv recently henn ralnod in nix.
teen. Tbere are liOO.OOO women rep
resenting every Ktate and Territory in
' the country now enrolled ia the
union. It is nit decided yet whether
the petition will bo prcHeuted ut one
time or whether it will bs sent in by
enr-h fVfltA Bnd Trttrilnrw tanaralulu
but it will be presented early in the
coming session oi uongress.
THE LAST BOND CaLL.
Treasury Ofllclali Disappointed la
Niw York, September 14. A Wash
ing'on special to the Port tays: The
Treasury officials are disappointed in
their expectations of a response to the
calls lor too voluntary surrender ol
3 per cent, bonds. The limit of time
will txpi-e tomorrow. The bonds
came in with considerable freedom at
fmt. then money became easit-r, and
they d.opptd off altogether. The last
payment under the call waj made lu
New York on Sept;mb;r 6th and was
reported tottie Uuned States Trea
urtr on September nth. Since then
no mere bonds have been snrreadsre J
and the total amount received is only
$788,000. Under tbeee circumstances
it is ruva'ded as probable that another
bond call of at least lO.COO.OOO and
perhaps f 15,000,000 will bs issuad on
Thu eday or F.iday next, Ac'.ing
Attorney General Jenka itat'd tbl
morning that be bad still under con
sideration the questions submitted to
him by tho Treasury Department as
to whether national banks can retain
tbe 8 per cent bonds as security for
circulation after the bonds have ceased
to bsar interest. He was not yet pre
pared to give an opinion.
TUE TAYLOR BROTHERS
Eatertala a Delighted Aadleaee
WltH Violin Helen loni.
, IsricuL io tbs irriiL.l
Chattanooga, Ten. , Peptember 13.
A novel scene wai witnessed here
tonight. Tbe Hots A. A and Robert
L. Taylor, the brother candidites for
Governor, were in the city on tbeir
way to an appointment. Besides be
ing fine debaters and eloqueot stump
ers, both gsntlemen are accomplished
musicians, the violin being tueir fa
vorite instrument. Lirge numbers of
the friends of each assembled at tbe
hotel where the two brothers were
stepping, occupying tbe same room.
Afier a general Interchange of friendly
feeling all around, two violiowwere
, , . , i . i . i .
urougni in ana tney wtjia asaeu.H
give tome music. r.acn iook an i
strument, and moving tbeir chairs
close to each other, tbey began, and
for a time delighted tbeir bearers with
some as fine mutic as was ever hmrd
bere. With tbeir classic selec
tions tbey would throw in occasionally
tbe ArkamaW Traveler, ICoiin tits Bow
and local melodies which fairly sit
the crowd wild. Two candidates for
Governor of a great Btatu, brothers,
tor, at that, tiling together in a m s'
friendly and brotherly manner, play-
irn thn violin for the delectation of
their friends, is a tight never wit
nessed before. On tne stump tbe
brothers preserve the same friendly
relation, and nothing is la d to jar tbe
sensibilities of either.
COLONIZATION IN CANADA.
Canadian Preach From New Eua-
land to Mettle In tbe Dominion.
Montbsal. September 13. Negitis-
tions bavejutt been concluded bere
with the government oi tins rrovince
and the Montreal Colonize ion So
ciety, at the bead of which is Arch
bishop tubTf, by u:. Jonnon a
Paline, of Lawrence, and Camiile
Rouesin, a merchant of Lowell, Maas.,
who were duly appointed delega'cs
by 100 heads of rrench Canadian
families in those towns and the
neighboring country, to make ar
rangements fur tbeir return to this
Province. These French Canadians
wish to return to Canada and settle on
land in tbeir native Provinc?, as many
others have alnndy done. A contract
has been entered into by the delegates
by wbioh 60,000 acres of land in thej
La JJevre and Lt Konge valley, in
tbe Ottawa district, have been secured
for the settlement of families whose
intention it is to come when the
clearing of the land and the buildicg
of boueea is completed. A special
fund having been subscribed for these
fiurpoS' s. tbey will come in an organ
sea body and take possession, pro
vided with Implements to till the
land. Msny have already returned
through the exertions of Fstber La
Belle, who has been a pioneer in
colonising the district in question,
which is of great extent. Tbosi who
have come have besn very succrss'ul,
being more progressive than before
they left their own Province. Tbe
present movement In expected to be
tbe beginning of sn ex'enslve re
patriating of tbe French element.
Nnrvival ol the Fllteat.
For some time rait tho ques ion of
purity in baking powders has formed
quite a feature of newspaper diecus
sions, and ominent- doctorn of philos
ophy have given opinions as to the in
gredients of many cf the articles sold
under that name. Toe investigations
havo nnrrowed down ti the limit
which awards the Royal Bjk'ng Pow
der the palm of pmity, and eeveral of
tbe most d:stlnguisheil acien'is's have
testille l to their conviction that no ex
traneous cr delcterions matter enters
into its composition. The R ytl Bak
ing Powder Company have nctileved a
world wide reputation f ir tbe tuoceej
which has marked their preparation
nf cream of tartar for baking purposes.
it la indisputably shown that ttiey
have eliminated all elements of tar
trate of lime, alum or other impurities,
and present t the public a healthful
and chemically pure article. Nur.h
wiuely known chemists as Henry
Morton, K. Ci. Love, II. A. Molt, Wm.
McMnrtrle and ethers have verified
its superiority over other manufac
tures, and tett' lHd, throngh practical
experience, to its excellence. It is
well for families fo observe the faot
that it coets more to manufacture the
Royal Baking Powder than any other,
but it is, as shown by cherolcHl analy
sis, the one "absolutely pure" baking
A Bondsman Alter Ilia Honey. '
Niw York, September 14. F. J,
Hill, who came to this city with JamfM
T. Holland, last vear, when the latter
shot and killed Tom Davis, tbe gam
bler, waa held aa a witness to the
shooting. He was required to give
bond, and the money was deposited
with the City Chamberlain. His
bondsman came to the District 'Attor
ney's of Hoe today to claim the money.
The bondsman refused to give his
name to tbe reporters, but eaid that
Hill was dead. He ttated that about
six weeks ago a gang of cowboys in
vaded the town of Baltinger, Tex., of
which Hill was City Martial, and they
went about painting things red.
While trying to diearm their loader
Hill was snot in the foot. Lockjaw
resulted, and Hill died the next day.
The bondsman was told today that be
could obtain the money tomorrow
from tbe City Chamberlain.
Forrian Workmen for America.
PiTrenrao.PA .September 14. Pitts
burg is threatened with aa influx of
foreign workmen. The depression
felt in vaiinus pattiof Great Bii'ain,
epppcially in the iron and steel pro
ducing districts, is having the effect of
driviug this skilled labor into Ameri
can fields. Exaggerated reports of a
great boom in iron in and around
Pittsburg have reached North Staffjrd
shire workmen, and they are only
waiting to bear the report of a com
mittee appointed to examine into the
condition of affairs here, btfure a
number of them, assisted by their more
prospsrotu friends, will embark for
this city. A vigorous opposition ti
the movement is expected from the
labor organiza'iorjfl of this country.
Hoary for Trxaa Drouth HnirVtrera.
St. LoriH, Mo., Peptember 14. Up
ward of fti'JOO in money and proviaious
has beeu contributed by the mer
chants of this city for tho sutUreis by
drouth in Texas. The money hs
bjen sent to the mo.t needy as it was
collected, while the provisions, eleven
car loads in a'l, have been shipped
free of charts by the railroad8.i:iZ3
Thi Herbal Oh hi Dure, the best
iodic na Qu-ierioaift kdowh. a earuin
and uroorer,r ckillf. Price $1 pr bot
tle, burnt tairi.d for eircblirt. Any rf-ron-
(tiien. AdJreii John 0. Kaokar,
THIRTEEN PEOPLE KILLED AXD
A LARGE SUMBEE
Seriously Wounded A Misunder
standing of Telegraphic Orders
Buffalo. NY., September 14. A
dispatch from Silver Creek, N. Y., to
the Commercial Advertiter says: A
Niagara Falla excursion train on tbe
Nickel Pla'e road, under the msnsge-
. T nr t i
collided with a local freight trun in
tbe rut on me curve Juat east of bere
at 11 o'clock this morning. Lewis
Brewer was engineer on the excursion
train, drawn by engine No. 169, and
William Harris was engineer of tbe
freight train, drawn be eogine No. 6.
Both engineer and firemen saved
themselves by lamping. The excur
sion train consis'ed of one bapgtge
car, one smoker and eleven coacaea.
X)nly those in the smoking car were
Ft 4 t4 un! i - i
uuri, i uviuk wuuipivioij iuicihjujjbu
by the baggage car. Only a partial
list of the killed can be given, at pres
ent. Several are mangled beyond
W. W. LO0MI8, of Erie, Pa.
HENRY UKUUAUT and ion, John F., of
STEPHEN CAMERON, Mayor of Water
JOHN BUDER, ofPltKturg.
DAVID BHAKP, of liria.
W. W. HOHTATTER.of Erie.
CHAB. HlRHOb.of Erie.
MK. LYPIilR. of Kris.
WM. RBVNtiliDH, f Dunkirk, N. Y.
A A HON PARKltl'RST.of Mayville.
JOHN MEYEIIS, of Erie.
Two bodies bavecotbsen identified.
One is thought to be that of a sin of
Tbe wounded are: Henry Huyrk,
of Hteritina, Pa., both lega crushed,
vi ry seriously; Samuel Tracey, of
Erie, head and shoulders injured;
Wm. Z mmerly, of Erie, badly hurt;
Loo is Linse, of Erie, badly hurt; tier
in Postatter, of E'ie, eboulderand leg
injured; Ed W. Ma'ble, No. 330 East
Eighteenth street, Erie, legs broken ;
Archie Campbell, of Erie, seriously in
inrfd; Charles Schendler, of Erie,
head and shoulders injured, seriously;
Chsrles Diller, of Erie, right leg broken
and head cut; J. P. Hertington, of
Erie, badly injured ; Joseph Tapper,
of Summit, Pa., badly bruised; Philo
Linter, residence unknowo, legs
crushed ; Mr. Coburc, of Titusville, in
ice accident seems io nave been
caused by a misuoderctandiog of tele-
mere are va-ious causes given for
the collision. Engineer William Har
ris, of tbe freight ira n, la blamed. It
is said he bad order to meet the ex
cursion train at Irving. He failed to
obey tbe instructions, and was iun
ning st foil speed when tbe crash oc
curred. Trainmen will not ta'k re
garding who is to blame. Agent Le
na in. who was on tbe train, says that
the freight tiaio bad orders to go to
Silver Creek and the passenger train
to Irving, wbich is this side, and it
was these orderj that caused the col
lision. The excitement amocg the
survivora was intense.
The scenes in the smoking or were
most hsrrowlng. The first alarm that
was given was the slight jar cau-ed
bv the heavy pressure of tbe
air brakes. Home ol tbe pa-
senders braced tbems-lves ia their
seats, seemingly apprehensive of
danger. Then come ttie terrible shock
followed by the smashing of windows
and the toof of tbe car, and all w as a
mses ot bleeding and S'rufgling
humanity. Men covered with blood
were locked in each other's arms.
while underneath them and alongside
lay the poor unfortunates who wete
iuetautly killed, crushed out cf a 1
The wounded crawled out of the
debris and were sesisted to the neigh
boring houses. People lnought bed
ding, etc., on which to lay tbe dead
and dying, and did all tbey could to
relieve the suflerimrj of the wounded
until the arrival nf niedicil a'd. Mrs.
J. II. Siegol, of Erie, IV, passenger,
was en her way to Bufl'dlo. She ar
rived here stfely this ntterno n. Ia
aa interview Mis. Sieiiel bM: "I was
in tbe first coach, next to tbe smoking
car. The traia was a large one, and
carricd'a la'ga number of excursion
ists as well as regular paspengerH. Tbe
first we knew of the col ision was a
terrific crash 1 ko an explosion. No
body was hint except those in the
smoking car. Tbe sight was so horri
ble that I could not look at it. Not a
single car was thrown from the track,
but the smoker was completely
telo.'coped. It was a mery
that our car was not cashed bI'O. It
was a narrow escape. Cine young man
ii the Bmokor eaved himself by drop
ping on the fhoraud escaped with a
low bruises. I did not learn the cause
ot the accident, but we wera going
very s'ow. while tho freight was com
ing at a high rate of speed. We were
just one length off tbe trestle when
the collision occurred. Some of tbe
wounded were taken to different
houses, and one of tbe coaches was
turned into a hospital. Ia another
coaib the dead were placed. Most of
the excursionists remained st Silver
Creek, intending to return home. The
regular pasengera for Buffalo and
other points cimo on this afternoon
on another train."
Destructive rire at BUIa.III.
GaiiCAOo, Ii u, September 14. The
Journal special from Elgin, III., says
the Daboise Opera House Block was
bnrned this morning. George M.
Peck, dry goods and groceries, sui
tined a loss of !4.",000; ineurance,
$35,000; Allen Bros, hU and caps,
loss, $W00; insurant's not given; l'es
on buildings, $10,01)0 ; insurance, fl$0,-
(Hill There wpw nthi r minnr lniop.
Prrprirrtl with ftHt mrrtnl to Ptirltr, Ptrontrth
ilt-.itthrulni-"". Ir. l'ritvV H'tkhttf l'ow(, r pmitmiui
tvi AmnHHt.Mnte,Mtimor rti..li,iti-, lr. Trtr-i-'t
Kxtiactv, VsutilU, Iaiuoh, vW., Ihtvur d lloluul.
PRTCS BAKING POWDtn CO. Chicago antf St LauTf.
1A1A.UO Vhintcn. 1). V- N
pariiktd for pntnt until obttisel. Writ
vr loventur'i Uuiile.
J4I FLAVORS I
MANUFACTURERS 0? FIRST-CLASS
Steam Engines, Boilers and Tank Work, Cotton Gins, Cottot
Presses, Vood Pulleys, Shafting, Agricultural .
and Plantation Work,
AND DEALERS IN
Oox"n ELXxdL Saw IVXills.
mm- W have the LARGEST WORKS of tbe kind in the United BUtei, and will mael
- piioea for tame aoalitr of work, bend for Catalogue, Frioe-LuU
Ilemplils, - - - - Tenneiiee.
Woods fc Swoope,
Buggies, Wagons and Harness,
NANCE COTTON PRESS,
Steam Engine, Machinery of All Descrlptiona,
No. 332 SECOND ST MEMPHIS. TENN.
ManufaeliircrH and WholeaIe Dealers In
No. 344 Main Street Memphis Tenn.
KASei.KH SiHWT l'PO!f APPl.irA'l IV.
OF MEMPHIS, TEXX.
OFFICE S3 Miulinon SI. (Desoto Bank Building).
8. If. PUNSOMB, ' R.'L. COCHRAN, J. H. McDAVITI, F. M. NBLSON,
L. 11ANAUEH, A. VACCAKO. J. R.PtPPER, W. B. MALLOKT,
N. F0NTAINB, JOE. BRUCE. J. T. WILLINS.
MI.DDSSC0MB,Pre8't. JOS.BKDCE.V.-Pres't. J.8.DUSC0MB,Kec'j
T. B.HIHS, Prre'l, UEO.AIINOLD, V.-Pren't. W. H. HEHHIDAT.Sm'j.
CITIZENS INSURANCE COMPANY
DOES A GENERAL FIRE & MARINE BUSINESS.
19 Country Stores, Dwellings and Glnhouses a Specialty.
I" looses Adjusted Promptly, and Pid at Memphis,
W. N. WILKBRSOW. OEO. ARNOLD. J. W. RICHARDSON. J. F. DUIFIN,
W. P. DTJNAVANT. T. B. BIMH, JOHM ARMIRTRAD.
ED, COOVER & CO.
Doors, Sa&u, Blinds, VoldiiiKH, all kinds of Door and Window
Frames, Brackets', Scroll-Work, Hough and Dressed
Lumber, MiIiirIom, Laths, Water Tanks.
All kinds of Wood Work Executed ut Short Xoticc.
Nos. 157 to 173 Washington street, Memphis. Tenn.
All Cotton Covered by Insurance on Seaworthy Vessels c
in Ginhouse. Sacks furnished to responsible parties.
124 and 120 POPLAR STREET, MEMPHIS.
Z; N. ESTF.3.
(NIH'CK&HOKS TO ESTES, DOAN CO.)
WLolesale Grocers and Cotton Factors
Nos. II 1-2 and 13 Union Street, Memphis, Tenn.
Soeers Cotton Gin
Hilling from Mulberry to St. Martin Streets
& Insurance and Sacks free.
&Tne Largest and only Complete Gin in the city.
kSBest Yield. Best Sample.
J. H. RAT, W. n. HORTOI, J. W. BAII.ET.
ante of J. S. DT A Soa.' Lite of Maacham A Hortoi. LaU of Bll.y A Corlasktsl
DAT, HORTON & BAILEY,
GROCERS AND COTTON FACTORS,
360-362 Front Street Memnhis Tenn.
(fife. Mm f
LIVEIIY, BOARDING AND SALE STABLE,
Ko, 2l Se'oud Street Memphis, Tenn.
rFlne fftool..-ya ,rHtyllw1i Tumoiita.Ti
Cotton Factors ami Commission Merchants,
No. 314 Front Street, Corner ot Monroe, Memphis, Tenn.
yr. B. D0AN.
JOHN . RANDLE & C0.,FR0rB'S,
99 Seoond St. Memphis, Ter-
FOUNDERS & MACHINISTS,
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
v.iiKines, Boilers, Mawmtlls,
Itradiord Corn aud Wheat Mill ,
Cotton Press, Cotton UJns,
Suafllug Pnlley, k tc,
HPECIAL HOTICB W rprprJ to 111 ordurt
on (Don notio, for th eaUt.raUd Mddari PaMin
Wronhi.- Pulley. Wa earry In itook OTr
Two Hundred Aiaortad Marl.
a-Kiind for Cutalocn and Prlwi-lltit."
ma'n0Jli?Syfe MICHAEL SAVIN.
rVipra4??! ' IBOMAS BOYLB
LAZARUS LEVY. inua or mnsin
nnviinx ubii.iiAli Mill. IXILKMA1. Unl. .vuitiu,
JAME8 S. ROBINSOlf, Wi. KAXZKMIK8IB. ' HARDWIQ PERES.
s-DapoalU NoalTad In mmi oi $1 and npward, and InUrwt allowad on wtt Soal
V Wo bay and Mil local InTMtmant Bondi and Beenrltloi generally, pay taiof. aet ai
traiUM, and, In tanaral, ozooaU any Ananolal buinoM rwiairini a aato and rMponiibl
n drlfta' ' , o intt pnrehaaori, on all part of Inropa- , '
WW hara a eommodioni Vaalt for tho dapoiit ot valnablM. whioh If at tho Mrrio Ol
onr onitomort. Pre of Charge.
Dm P. BADUEK, PresIdeaU EWD. GOLDSMITH, Tice-Presldest
. JAMES NATHAN. Cnshlpr.
Mew Cotton Grin.
Kos. 201 and 203 Madison Street, Memphis, Tenn.
LATEST IMPROVED IIUtiliESi GIXK
TEiT Tnraoaland Sample Omrantnd. Oood woiithln, and remittnn'ei promr'
" If made. All Cottnn Inurd while in TraDeit and at Gin. Sacks furniihed on ar
pl oation. We nie the''PatutL'ulMilvr" andunloadail wagon ootton. Oivo u a trial-
NAP0LE0N 1IILI, President. W. 5. W1LKEB80N, Tice-FresMet t
II. J. LYNN, Cashier.
BOES A OK9EBAL FIBS AHD JIABIHS BCSISEM.
A QUARTER OF A KILLION'DOLLARS FULL PAID CAPITAL
H. FURBTKNHKTM WM. I. COU . JAMSS RULLT. 10WB LOAU
S. MANBFliLD. D. . MTSR3. W. D. BX1UKLL.
Ofllce--l!) MaiUaion Street, Memphia, Tesin
Y MUTUAL CONSENT, tho firm of Alaton, Crowell A Co. ii thi day dimoived. E. W.
flrnw.ll rntirinv. The rnmnininv nRrtn.ra. P. fs. Al.tnn .nil H U- Maurv. wilt son-
linne the business at the od iiand. corner
and oolleoting all oatatanding aooounti. E. W. CHOW ELL.
P. 8. ALSTON.
Memphis. Tenn., September 1, 1888. II. II. MaVRY.
arOn retiring a. aonTe. I bespeak for my iueoeuori oontinnatlon of the liberal patron
age heretofore extended tho old firm. E. W. CKOWELL.
ALSTON, MAURY & CO.
R. L.C0CHRAN & Co
if mill ul' liieM i- -n- ' TrLj--'--iiViiii m" "
AW AID FIAHIHO-MIIJL, BAVT-TAJKD,
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Molding, Lumber,
Lath and Shingles, Flooring, Ceiling and Cedar Posts.
KX.lifPm8, - - TEWNI5SSE13,
M. 0. PEARCE.
ML. C PEARCE & Co
Cotton Factors & Commission Fiierch'is,
No. 280 F2&.CTST STE1EET, MEMPHIS, TENN.
rot ton Warpionif-o. and Oft I'nlon Cfrppt.
D. W. FLY, P. B. HERHON. SAM HOBSON.
Late ol Commerce, Miss. Late ot Cofieeville. Miss. Lata of Brooks, Neely A Co.
PLY, HEREON & HOBSOM
Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants
324 Front Street Meroihi3 Ten-n.
FISHER MARBLE WORKS
It DE9TRE TO CALL YOUR ATTENTION TO OUR LARGE STOCK OFFIBMWfO
MAatBIiiC. Wo arc prepared to furnish new work lrom latest deiijOB on short notice.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED TO BE FIRST CLASS
In every reipeot and to lve entire satisfaction.
Wo folloit yonr patronage anfl reqneit that you call, examine onr itook, prieei, etc..
before purohai int elsewhere.
W. A. GAGE & CO.
No. COO Front Street. : Memubla. Tenn..
OM Stand, No. 9 Union St., Memphis.
REAR NJiSlIYIXLE, TE3iN.
CONDUCTED BY DOMINICAN SISTERS.
UiSrWaled not only in facilities for blxheft Instruction in Languarei, Mmic, Art, but alio
In location, heallhfulne.s, home oomforte and training. . .. , . . . .
TKKM8 PKK ANMiM-Payable Uall in Advance Board, Bedding, W ashing. Tuition in
English studies. French, Qerinan, Vocal Music in Class, 8400.
For particulars, apply to bUPERIOR.
FIUE, INLAND AND MARINE.
THE BLUFF CITY I1URMBI CO
OF MEMPHIS, TEM .
OrriCE-No. 285 MAIN STREET.
J. F. FRANK. W. A. OAUE. . M. QAVIN, J. W. FALLS.
h" M.JAMES, DAVID P. HADDEN. J.C.NEEL.
J. C. HfELT, Prldut.aD. !.. BBta.VlrcPrca't. W. If . HWKC,Ne
J. 9. HANDWERKKRi
DAVIT) P. HADDEN,
JAMES A. OMBERfl,
Front and Union itreou. as.nminz ail liabililiel
JOHN L. UoCLELLAN.
and Second Sts.
NEACHAn A HORTOJP
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