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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17. 186.
THE CIVIL SfcKVIM.
A EW PLAN OF I'KOMOTIOX TO
BE SLB.MITTfcU XU
The President by the Commls-
Blouerg-Selth'il With John
WABHiNOTON,Si-ptembrl8. A plun
of p omolion baa been prfprfd bv the
Civil Service Ommia i new, nd will
probabW be submitted to tbe Preel-df-m
for hie appioval Bonn after bis re-
n.n Irnin tha A fiirnndsrVa. It rnn-
tni)'t tli" formation of Boards of
Promotion in eaca cepmmeni in
Washington, to be assisted by an aux
illiarr numbrr from each bureau, to
whom applicat ors and candidates for
promotion are to be preaei.ted. Appli
cation are to be subjected to practical
examinations, and are to be rated and
marked after examination ar.d certi
fied for promotion four at a time, just
m candidates who ara successful in
tbe primary examinations before tbe
commission. Tbe beads of bureaus or
divii-ioos are to bave the privilege of
marking the papers of candidate ai to
efficiency- Attention ws direc ed in
April ltBt by a msmber of the Board
of Departmental Examiners t) tbe
fail that a few of the fonrloen exam
iners on the official )it were
marking a'l the papeis and pars
ing u;iou thm, and that the
excii'H was mode by mo'.t of the
exoniiiern thnt thoy could not attend
to their ollicial dutiea and find time to
mark exatn nHtion papem. The prop
csilion will be madj to hnveohaaid
of one member from erch department
to tenonstantly employed in marking
papers, same of which a year old and
not ye; marked up are in the oilice
of the comniitaioiiers. It is in coti
templaiion to have this proposed
boaid mai kail papers, not only for the
department hut ior the tuitoms and
postal ssrvien, so as to insure perfect
impartiality by having them judged
by hIisd uto strargersand persons who
will soon become experts in discrim
inating between papers.
Tbe lew Tariff fcrhmlule or Colom
bia. Wahhikgton, September 10. The
United States Consul at Barranquilla,
Colombia. htHSunt to the Hecrelary of
HUti a translation of the new tariff
schedule of duties for tl at country,
which sees into effect on October let.
Tbe rates of duty range from one cent
to $1 20 cot kilogram. The free list
consists of articles for tbo use of the
government, the property of repre-
eonta'ivesol oilier governments ana
the natural productions of such coun
try s s may enter into reciprocal
treaties All articles not enumerated
re dutiable at the highest rate, name
ly $1 25 per kilogram. The importa
tion of money of inferior standard is
prohibited, as lo the machinery for
making arms and munition of war.
f-lanl Nrllleiiieat With John Koarh.
WASiiiNOTON.Boptember 10. A war
rant for $15,000 has been issued to the
assignees of John Koacu in final pay
ment for the Dolphin and for the care
of the monitor Pur tan. This is ac
cepted in settlement of all claims of
John Roach apalnst tbe government,
and tbe Dolphin becomes in law what
eho long has been in fact the proper
ty of the government.
American Freight Ovr the Canadi
Washinotoh, September 10. Con
sul Stevens, at Victoria, B. O., in a re
port to the Department of Stats, calls
attention to the fact that merchandise
in considerable quantities from San
Francisco, deBtined for Chicago and
New Yoik, is being shipped over tbe
Canadian Pacitlc railroad.
C'ltlaen or Piedmont, W.
Hanged From a llrluce.
'Piedmont, W, Va., dispatch to tbe
Eniuirrr; One of the niott horrible
tregndios in the history of this com
munity was enae'ed in Western port,
just aeross tbe river from here, today,
resulting in tbe death ol one man and
the subsequent lynching of another.
While ICJwatd White wm going to his
dinner he was met by David Joiirmon.
who leveled a gun at him aud fired
two charges into his head, killing him
instantly. The Bhot took etlVct in the
leftside i( the head, muklnga horrible
wound, from which U e brains oozad
out. Johnson was at once arreetud
and placed iu the lockup for Bate
keeping uttil be could be taken to
Cumberland and cot, lined in jail.
'1 lie news of tbe murder soun spread
and the excitement became intense.
All alternoou groups of men moved
restlessly about, d'mussing the a Hair,
un il about 8 o'clock, when a croud
moved upon the lockup and took
Jilnuoo from it and lynched hi in by
hanging him t J a bridge which ctoiees
lieorgp's crei k near the lockup. The
motive fer tue mil der isnot deJuitcly
known. It is attributed by some tb
a grudga hold by Johnson against
Wh te, ar.d by others to Johnson's in
sanity. Johnson had for some time
been ac ing as if Irs miod was some
whit unt alanced, and many hold to
the idea tl at be watt insane, lie bad
been a reiideot of this piare for a long
time, and was mpectid and web
thought of. lie wf.B a1. on' 55 je.ua of
age, and leaven a large Umily. Ed
ward White, his victim, was a biithly
respected citizeo, and his sad death
a east a deep groin upon hisfrienda
and LC'g:ibnrr. lie was about 40
yeats ol age, and leaves a irife and
Arultir of ConNplrarjr.
St. Iu'ie, Mo., Septsmber 10. The
trial ol rtie Knigl.ti if Labor, Fiank
Youi'g, Osiiar llurronand Ficdliund
luu;Ht!ii, on li'u charge of coospiiing
duuiu the lattt S uthwestfru railroad
strike t injure tlie Mimi-url Pacitlc
L'ui.roed Company's property and buBi
nois. waiccn lu ed lutt niKht. The
jury, niter rrimi n;ng rut for two
hours, ie:urufd a verdict of acquittal.
Un Mm .- i rallve Finn.;
Sr. l.i hip, Wo., September 10. A
Biiecial Irnm lloi t-ville, Mo, says:
Mice No. 3,'ha lirgist in this vicinity,
ef er leing id e in ue than fivo nior.th',
he just riojiei ed on tho cr-opsrative
plaf. Tin niiuera aro to hav the usi
of tbo ciniiiu)'s mactiiuery und to
puy the le.tu r a roynlty nf o;,e cunt
per blithe', retnining for division
nioi'K V eiB.lves the remainder of
the ; roQl .
Hank Failure at Ulaagow, Jfo.
Sr. L uih, Mo., Sep'emlier 15. Late
yfsrereiy nfti?n oon the Howard
Otu my jiavk, at Q aajiow, Mo., closed
its dooie, aud placed its business in
the hm ils of a trustee for the benefit
of itH creditor.'. The astti of the bank
are tropin to py all depositors and
atockholders iu full.
Fat and Intellectual.
Bat tan llecord: "How many fat
women cno se a in Boston !"iaid a
Western ceLt.'cman tie other day,
with a note of admirati in in bis voic,
"and what complexions!" with the
note still more v brant. "I had heard
so much of Boston 'intellectuality' and
'eye glasses' that unconscionsly I asso
ciated them with attenuated or bony
pbysiqneand sallow skin that meaut
midnight gat and indigestion. Instead
I am confronted by clear, bright eyes
behind tbe glasses and pink cheeks
under them, with well rounded f jrms
in impeachable drapery. I di not
eee how they manage to assimilite a
Greek transla'ion and good hea th.
COTTON SEED OIL.
A NPEC'CLATIOBI FOR THE GOOD
The Vlg-orou Orewlh or One
the Touaa; Cllaata of
New York Sun: When Arrive
Worth, mild mannered in business
boars as when he is teaching his Sun
day school claes in an Kp scopa
church in Brooklyn, sprung bis
fiinous "corner" in peanuts on every
dealer from the S ati of Virginia to
Baxter ttreet, New York, down town
business men said the seme of specu
lative ingenuity had been reached.
They laid peanuts wound up the rattle-.
But that was several yeara ago, and
development since then have do
monetrated tf.at Yankeeland has no
:imi'. to its epeculative field. People
now speculate in butter, cheese and
eircs. and dabb e in molasies just ai
oilier folk? pfg away at f totks, giain,
petroleum, laro, norsa racii.g ano
noker. It is as natural for a great
many New Yoikers to speculate as for
these (olid o'd gentlemen down in
Kentucky to drink Bourbon.
Tbe very latest wrinklo In tbe specu
la' ive oil is the American Cotton heed
Oil Trust Or.iQcate, better known es
Cotton Oil Trusts to the brokers of tho
S ock and Corsilidated Stock and Pe
troleum Kxchangea. Only a few yean
ago the oil in the cotton gins at tbe
trouth was given away by me owcers
of i tie gins. Sometimes men were
hiied to dump it into the bayou. It
was considered a nuissnca about the
gins, and tbe owners weie glad to get
rid of I'. Then some bright young
man thought it good to moicten the
feed cekea given to cattle, and the
manufacture of cotton seed oil caks
became all at once a recognized indus
try. A little later oce of our philan
thropic it!z ns thonght he d covered
a peculiar t ste to the Spauish and
l alian oils sent over to make our
salads more palatable. People who
liked good tbicgt to eat were fond of
olive oil. Tbe philanthropic citizen
said that our cct'oo seed oil was juEt
as good as olive oil sdv day in tbe
week, and would bet on it, too. Per
haps we didn't know as well how to
got it to the refined standard neccs
sarv for use on the table, but that was
an insisnificant difficulty w overcome.
"Let's go to work and manufacture
tbe oil," said Ihepbilantbroi ist, "send
it to Earope to have it refined, if
necestary, bung it bick, and there are
heaps of money in it for folks with
the nerve and cash enough to run
amuck of tbe foreigners who have
made cast'es and go-d c'othes out of
the trade in olive oil."
The nerve and cash were found, end
when the famous year of the nine
teenth ceuturv was ushered in there
were nearly llity mills in the country,
from New Orleans io Conneulicut,
manufacturing cotton eeed oil.
In a certain sense the mills are like
the petroleum wells cf Pennsylvania,
only their production is more uniform.
Several month ago New York capital
ists thought the production of cotton
seed oil really ought to be controlled
for tbe good of mankind. A big com
bination with that end In view wai
formed. Vise President I. A. Bos'
wick, of tbe Staadard Oil Company,
was prominent in the venture, and a
go:d mat'y folks down town have in
ferred from his connection with the
movement that the Standard's money
has oiled the path of the combination
to eucces't Tbe majority on the big
Petroleum Exchange believn th s to
he so becaiiNB Livingston Kie and
George H. Lincoln, the pot b'okeis of
the S andard, have done much to boom
the trust crrtiflcntes of the combina
tion. The Standard people, however, do
not care to say much about their con
nection with lh new enterprise. Bo
tweon thiity and forty mills are now
in the combination. They have been
capitalized in ratio to their production
of cotton sed oil, and the Trust cer
tificates, which the brokers on the
Stock and Petroleum Exchanges have
made a favorite, have been Issued
egitinst the capitalization. In a word,
the value, speculative or o'herwise, of
the Truat certilicate should bs a bar
ometer of the production of oil by the
mills in the combination, jtut at the
value of petroleum certificates should
be governed by tbe flowing of tbe
Tbe par value of Cotton Oil Trim's
is $100, and speculation b'gan in them
trve months ago. They sUrled at
$20, and it was a rare day when 500 of
them changed hands. More mills
joined the combination, and the capi
talization was increased from $25,000,
000 to $30,000,000. This was, in
measure, identical with the watering
proem said to be familiar to many
railroad directories, but Cotton Oil
Trusts went up all the tame. They
tone-lied $58 a few days ago, and yes
terday were J 50 "5. Aa many at 7003
have been dealt in at session on the
Petroleum Exchange, and brokers who
have sung themselves house bulling
and beating kerosene have shouted
with profit about Cotton Oil Trusts.
Carried Their Point.
Cixvslani). O., September 10. A
special Iroin Youogstown says: Tbe
conductors and breuksmen employed
in the New York, Pennsylvania and
Ohio and Pittsburg and Lake Erie
jards struck this mornirg for an ad
vance of 10 cen's per day. The ad
vance wes granted and the men all re
turned to work tonight.
It Wan Sinudpnpered.
A prominent Waterbury, Conn.,
ma nfa tuier recently Illustrated the
force of habit. His habit is to get
shaved at hall p.ist six er ch evening.
The other day, expecting to bs busy
iu the e-veuinp, he was shaved at
noon, but at 0:30 o'clock he again en
tered tho barber shop, pationlly waited
half an hour for his turn, and when
the smiling barber rubb 'd his band
over his bald bead and seid "Hair
cm ?" rrinembered that be had been
shaved and bolted from the shop.
A man who was thought to bs a
saloon spotter aekfd for whbky in an
olneyville, K I ., sslojn the other day.
Oh, ye, I will give you some fire
whifcky," raid the bartender, as he Lit
the man between the eyes, laying him
flat on tbe floor. Tbe man never said
wcrd, hot the fact that he didn't and
that he has made no complaint makes
tbe bnrtender ceitn'n that he was
tirfht.in the diagnosis of the esse.
the rftosiraus south.
REVIVAL OF ACTITITY A'D IX-
BUS TRIAL DEVELOPMENT.
Manufacturing, Coal and Iron Miner,
and a General Waking-
Financial Chronirle: One of the in
teresting fea'ure of the times ii the
noteworthy way in which the Soutn
is sharing in tbe present revival of ac
tivity and industrial development For
a long period after tbe civil war tbat
s ct oa remained compiwtlvely neg.
ltcttd, and tbe marca of Indus ries
E sasea ber by. In recent years this
as ben chunked, and now we find
ihrs) States attracting as much atn
tion as any other portion of the coun
try. A great deal of additional lail
roid mileage has already been built,
aud much more ii under way. Manu
factu.ing establishments of various
kinds have been started, and coal and
iron mines opened up, and a general
development of tbe fertile resources of
tbe country begun. It is a' ways the first
btep tbat costs tbe mont effort, and
now tbat this has been taken aud the
lesu'te arj to favorab e there are evi
dei ces en every side of a read mess to
continue the work The New Orleans
Timit-Democrat in its isuj of tbe Ut cf
September' publishes some figures
b-arin upon t'e past which will be
interesting ts fli: g a vuiile io future
piopects under a continuance of the
HHirif) condit ous. i lie 7'iWa com! arcs
3 879, the ce-nstiH year, witti 1886. It
stutes that tbe tl.vorhilieitio:i of c op?,
wticb iu a filming community issi
deniable, is making good headway,
and while of coursa cotton itiil con
tinues tbe itaple product, ir
cow constitutes only, ce-third
ol the t tal agricultural yield
sga'uit-tone-ha'f as former y. Thoie
h is bein great growtu in manufuc-taie-,
which cow atiord 40 por cent, r f
ihet.t.il produunou, against cnly 32
per ceut. Bix yeats ego. Th'Se menu
tac'iires bad a va ne of $51)5,802,(100 in
1SH5 80, againn only $315,924 794 in
1879-SO, U' number of eetaoliihments
beim; 51,410, ayains'. only 34,503, an
iucieise in one Cfso of ovrr 00 per
cent a din tbe o her of nearly 50
rer cent. Farm products stand at
$745,( 00,000, n twimsanding the de
clirie in prices, against only 1 61 2,01,0,
000: stick racing at 932,750,000,
sgainat $18,50,000; minerals at
$17.82j,000, against 5.645,878j
and fisheries at $13,191 400,
sgaust $10,148,8L'I, nsking
the total production in 1885-86 $1 314,
709,000, againat only $902,297,811 in
1 879-80, an in crc ase e l o er $3o2,ij00.000.
In tie face of such a development as
t' is it is not sorprieir g tbat the secur
ities ii Southern loads in our narket
should have commanded increased
favor of late, for theso roa Js are shar
ing and mti't continue to share in the
development of tbe territory which
they diain, and thefu'ureis patticu
Cnnblnlai IBOS with HHE VEOETADI.K
TONICS, qalrkljr and eonpltIr t'LKANNKS
an! KtlBUlHES TUB 1ILOOD. qulckrna
th actios or thaLInr and Kidanrs. Clears tho
eoDploxton, makes Ui akin amooth. It does not
InJ vn the tft h, eanao hsaduho, or prodnoe eon.
aUpaUoa-llX OTUKU IKON MEDICINES DO.
Phraoiaaa and DragalaU mrwhan noomaund it.
Pa. If. 8. RnooLia, of Mtrion. Mm, ura: " I
rMMimm.nd Rmwn'i iron Blttr M valuable tonlo
for .nnolilm tha blind. nd rrmi.Tlnf all dfapeyUa
Da, R. M. DnimJ, Rornolila. Ind., aari: "I
b.r nraorlhd Bnwnfa Irun Blttra In oum off
anisnita and blood diiwuuw. alao wben a trmla wafl
dsoumI. and It baa pm.od lhoroulilj aatilaotorir.,
Baya: " Hrown'a Iron Ulltra wllrtved me in a mm
of blood iMilnoniiur. and I bearUl oommend it to
IbnM niwdnui a bltMid puribnr.
Ma. W. W. MoNAiun. Tun-umbla, Ala . aun: "I
tiara been tnmblnd from obdilhood with Impara
Hood and emotion on my faeotwn bottleH of
Irown'a Iron llittarl elTecl4-d a perfect eora. I
cannot apeak too bl(Ulj of thla valuable medicine.
Genuine haaabom Trade Mark and ernamed red lines
on wrapper. Takena oikH-r. Blade only be
BKOWM C'UEMIUAL tMa, HALTUaOU, BUV
ALL pimoni are hereby warned not
liurnbaael'ertifloitle No.90fT ten sharel
Masonio Temple btook. ianned to K. W. bhel
ton, April 11, 1874. a it baa been loat or mll
ald, and IhaTeanp ted tor a duplicate.
8. K. HtiBLTON. Admtniatratof.
A NATURAL TONIC
Arid Irou liarth.
PLEASANT TOJHE TASTE.
THE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER!
For Oyaprrilii,n.ll dernngrmenta
Of Iho DlajoatlTd Orarane and the
.lrr, Nklu Ulaunaea, Tula, llurna,
Bcalda and HruUoa, ACID IIIO!
EAKTII U a apo lllc.
IthenmatUm, Klalarlnl Dleor
dere, Chronic marrhma and ob
atlnate) cnaea of llluod Polaonlna;,
yield without fall to Ita wonder
ful curative power.
Ask for free pnniphlet, to be had
of all dealers or sent, postpaid,
from the A. I. I:. Co., Tloblle, Ala.
PRICE, FIFTY CENTS.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
At Wlmlfsnle b Tn Tleet To.
unipi'puuu laiiiittviui tt l iiewj if
itio liaUr, litNtUirtiifC rtilor wben
rrT, Aiid itrownUnir lndniir.
l icnnm tha avilp, tojiaj Ut
hlr faUinir. and i "tire t p!rM.
Nil, mill ti wur hnitnrt-ni.
Thfa.t. nirrirt nnd enr for Oomt, Dnnlonc,
cure, iii trvnua at aviiitfiiuu. uiavvv a v.
RTITKDAY. OCTOHKK 2, ISM, at No.
will .all Io the higheat bidder for caah, all
tbe Household and Kitchen furniture, in
oludint one Farlor Bet, three Hocm Set and
Kiii-uin t urnllure, In raid raiueno. i eu
rei-orded In book .tl, o M'l. in Kiter a
oflioe, and by ulrcion oi bon. nciary there
unto. L B. Mcl'AKLAM). XruaU.
Jk NOT AN
pTrie(i in the Cimlh.j
Aboot twenty yeara ajo I discovered a little aoro on my cheek, and the doetora pro
Bounced it canevr. I bave tried a number of physicians, but without receiving any perma
nent benefit. Among the nambcr were one or two epcclaliista. Tho medicine tncy applied
was like tire to the acre, cnuning mtcaeo pain. I aaw a etatcmcnt in tbo papers telling what
S. 8. 8. had done for oiht-n similarly aflllctcO. I procured some at once. Before I had need
the second bottle the nelshbora could notice that my cancer wae healing up. My general
health had been bad for two or three yeara 1 haa a hacking; cougn ana epit blood contin
ually. I had a severe pain in mr breast. After taking ail bottles of 8. S. 8. my couph left
me and I gtew etouu-r than I had Ik-ii for several yeara. My cancer hui bcaled over all but
a little spot about the siu of a half dime, ami it is rapidly dUapuearuig. 1 would advise
every one with cancer to give b. S. 8. a fair trial.
Hue. NANCY J. MoCONAUClUEY, Aahe Grove, Tlppocanoe Co.. led.
Feb. 18, 1880.
Bwiffa SpeciOc la entirely vcRctable, and aeema to cure cancers by forcing ont the Impa
tisa from the blood. Treatise on Blood and Skin Ilw-juws mailed free.
TUB bWlFT bl'KWJfiC CO., Drawer S, Atlanta, Ca.
Woods & Swoope,
Buggies, TVagons and Harness,
NANCE COTTON PRESS,
S(am EhsIdom, Ufac-Iiiuery of All DeKcriptionH,
Wo. 332 SECOND ST MEMPHIS. TJETIN.
T. B. B1MN, I'res'f, GEO.AESiOLir, V.l'rea'l. W. II. KEHNIDaY, St-c'y.
CITIZENS INSURANCE COMPANY
DOES A GENERAL FIRE & MARINE BUSINESS.
I Country Sloren, Dwellings and GiulionMca a Sptoially.
BuTLoHHcai Adjusted Promptly, and ldid at JHcmpliiH.
13 1 nHCTOR f3 .
W. N. WILKKR80V, flRO. ARNOLD, J. W. RICHARDSON. J. F. DUFFIN,
W. P. PlWAVANT. T. It. PIMS. JOHm ARMrSTRD.
Blaiiufaeturcrs antl U' liolcsixle Dealers In
No. 344 Main Street
ti"i,r,a Nr.wT iipniv PI.'A riov.
Speer's Cotton Gin
lluliiig- from Mulberry to St. Martin Streets
J Insurance and Sacks free.
8" The Largest and only Complete Gin in the city.
tag-Best Yield. Best Sample.
ill IN Ai 1CII CP
MANUFACTURERS OF FIRST-CLASS
Steam Engines, Boilers and Tank Work, Cotton Gins, Cottci
Presses, Wood Pulleys, Shafting, Agricultural
and Plantation Work,
AND SEALERS IN
Corn and Sciw IVSLTills-
rWs have the LARGEST WORKS nf tha kind In the United Statea, and will meat
piioei foraama quality of work. Bead for Catalogue, Prioe-Liata
Z. N. ESTES.
(NUCCEASOBS TO ESTES, DOASf CO.
YLolesale Grocers and Cotton Factors
Nos. II 1-2 and 13 Union Street, Memphis, Tenn.
M, D, COOVEB & CO.
Doors, Sash, HlimlH, W oldlnKH, all kinds of Door and Window
Frame, Bracket, ftcrolI-Work, Hough and Dressed
Lumber, huliifclca, Ia(lii, Water Tanks,
AH kinds of Wood Work fxeentetl at Short Notice.
Nos. 157 to 173 Washington street, Memphis, Tenn.
v at nsv r as nAnnrAW
r Lata of J. a. Daj A Son." Lata of Moaobam
DAY, HORTON & BAILEY,
GROCERS AND COTTON FACTORS,
360-362 Front Street Menrohis Tenn.
LIVERY, BOARDING AND SALE STABLE,
IV. llil Second Street Memphis, Teuu.
siav- T i i- o Htor-li.ns arHtyllwh Tiirnontw.ta
Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants
No, 314 Front Street, Corner ot Monroe, Memphis, Tenn.
- - T nni?8ee.
If. B. DOAU.
S, W. BAIXET.
Lata of Bailor k CorlnjasaV
JOHN . CANDLE & CO., FROPR'S,
D8 Seoond St. Memphis, To
FOUNDERS & MACHINISTS,
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
iiRlnoH, Roilerct, Nawuillln,
liradlord Corn and Wheat Mill ,
Cotton Prows, Cotton Oil,
MhaflluK, l'nlleyei, t.
8PK4IAI. NOTK'K-Waaraprepsredtofill orderf
on foori notloa, forth, cel.. ratod aTHlrt Ptlaa
Wron(M- Fnlloj. Wa oarry in atook otot
Two Hundred Aa.orteil Mt-i.
aarSand f"r Catalt'iruo and Prico-li.t.
!f SAVINGS BANK
AND TRUST COMPANY.
230-A.IT 33 OJB TRtJSTBES.
IfAPOLEON HILTj, MICHAEL GAVIN,
LOUIS HANAUKK, - THOMAS BOYLB
LAZARUS LEVY. JOHN W. COCHRAN,
ANKRKW RENKERT. SOL COLEMAN.
JAMES S. ROWS S0H. WM. K.ATZENBKROER.
-Deposit" reosivei In aoma of $1 and upward, and interatt allowed on asm S.l-
rWi bay and sell loeal Inraatmant Bonda and Faeurltlea fanerally, pay taisa, aota
trasteea, and, In aeneral, axsont any financial bnainaaa requiring a aafa and rsaiioneibla)
atar W iua drafts, In anma to anlt purchasers, on all parta of Knropa.
ar Wi hats a oomnodions Vaolifor tna deposit ol raluablea, which la at the Samoa of
onr emtomera, Fre ol Charge).
D. P. IIAWDEU, President. EWD. GOLDSMITH, TIce-Presldeit
JAMFS NATHAN. CaiJilfT.
Mew Cotton Gin,
Nos. 201 and 203 Madison Street, Memphis, Tenn.
LATEST IMPIIOVJED HUMiER OlNfit
Tf ICST Tnrnont and Sample (laaranterd, Good weights, and remittance! nromr'
It made. All Cotton Inmred while in Tractit and at Oin. Sacks furniched on ap
pl'cation. We use the 'Pi.trm l ulOHdrr" and unload all wng-cin cotton. Uireaa a trial-
HAPOLEON HILL, President. Tf.lT.WILKEESO!f,TIce.PresIett.
U. J. LYNN, CasUler.
DOES A GEHEBAL FIBS AHD JfABIKS Bl'SIITIM.
A QUARTER OF A MILLIODQLLARS FULL PAID CAFITAL
H. FUBSTKNHIIM, WM. I. COLf , JAMES REILLT, JOHK L0A8WJ
S. MANbl'llLD, D. . MTKKS. W. D. BKTliULL.
Offie--19 MallKn Street, HenapklM, Tend
' BISOIa-UTION NOTICE
BY MUTUAL CONSENT, the firm of Alston, Crowell 4 Co. ie thla day dimolved. TS. W.
Crowell retiring. The remaining partnera, V. h. Alaton and H. 11. Maury, will con
tinue the buaieeaa at the old aiand, corner Front and Union atreete, aMuming all liabilitiea
and collecting all outstanding acoounta. E. W. CH0WELL.
. P. S. ALSTON.
Memphia, Tenn., Soptemher 1, 1886. H. H. MAURY.
trOn retiring at above. I bespeak fcr my aucoeaaora a continuation of the liberal patron
age heretofore extended the old firm. E. W. CROWELL.
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Doors, Sash, Blinds, Molding. Lnmbor,
Latb and Shingles, Flooring, Ceiling and Cedar Pjata.
MEMPHIS, - - TEffNESSEIS,
M. 0. PKARCE.
JLVilo a JL JUjaAViy Uly VU
Cotton Factors & Commission Ulerch'is.
No. 280 FRONT STREET, MEMPHIS, TENN.
t'olton Wnrfhtiin Jfoa. HH and Bf) I nloa trret.
D. W. FLY, P. B. HEREON. SAM n0B30N.
Lata ol Commerce, Miai. Lata ot Coffeeville. Miie. Late of Brooka, Ntely & Co.
PLY, HSRE0M 1 H0BS0M
Cotfon Factors and Commission Merchants
324 Front Street Memyhls Tenn.
JOSEPH SI GARHIN.
FADER, FRANK & CO.
2t Front Street, Opposite rnwfoiu ITonwe.
E DKRTRK TO CALL YOUR ATTENTION TO OUR LARGE STOCK OF FIKIJ Ea
MaiKlll.si, Ws are prepared to furnish near work from latest deaiana on ahoitnotioa.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED TO BE FIRST CLASS
In erory respect and tojriv, entire aatiafactlon.
We solicit yonr patronage and request that you call, examine our stock, pricea, etc.
before purchaaina eliewhore.
No. SO T'ront Street, : MeBMiltH. TcatV
era T.a rrrprm n n ran1
(SVCCENSORS TO Bl EACH AM A IIORTOXt
Oltl Stand, No. 9 Union St., rcmpliis.
FIRE, INLAND AND MARINE.
THE BLUFF Gift INSURANCE CO
OFFICE-No. 285 fciAIN STREET,
J.F.FRANK. W. A. GAOK. M.GAVIN, :.W.FALL8
H.M.JAMK8, DAVID P. HADDKS, J. C.NEKLY.
J.C. SiKFLT, Prllt.tD. P. -.ABDM, Vlee Fr't. W. H. MOOR.Sc
. a. HANDWKKKRRJ
DAVfD P. HAKDEN.
JAMES A. OMBEHJ,
e & Seitl Ins. Co.
JOHN L. MoCLELLAN.
IIERY FRIiJiK, JOSEPH FADER
and Second Sts.
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