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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 25, 18H6.
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X SCHOOKEB CUT IX TWO AXD
Drowned A Chapter f Casualties
With Loss of Lire-Crime.
6t. John, N. F , September 24. A
3i8ter occurred in tb Bay of St.
Johns this morning. The British
schooner Sommerset collided with the
schooner Mary Ann and cat her in
two. There were twenty-eeven per
sona aboird the ill fated craft, four of
whom were drowned. Their namea
were Cbarlfi Weeks, Nichols Milley,
Ltander Milley and Sarah Ann Fahey.
The others raved themselves by cling
ing to the main rail of the Summerstt
or were picked out of the water by her
baate. The Mary Ann sank within
two mi ontes after the collision. Fabey
had hold ot his wife's hand ad wu
drawing her ont of the companionway
f the bid king vessel, when the main
matt and the malntail fell, parting
himself and wife fjrever. Gregory
Lfumnn, another paMenger, was fatally
1 wo Oil train Uvmol lined.
riiTsmiRO, Pa , 8-p'etnber 2 1. The
Dipt stctlon of an til train on the
Allegheny Valley railroad ran into the
second lec'lon near Loginrport, Pa.,
at 6 o'clock this morninp, and both
ttaics weredomollslipd. Afier the ac
cident the can took fire and wf-re en
tirely conrmnrd. The loss will rwcu
$-'0,000. No one ws injured. The
accident woe caused by the failure to
send back a flagman.
Hnlcht lemiJnr Hlllnl by 111 Cars,
St. Louis, Mo.. September 24. A."
C. StrooK, of Naptrviile, III., a Knight
Tt-ruplar in atiendunce upon the con
clave in tliiH city, wai killed this
moinicg by bring; run over by a pai
snnger train at Choltenham, rieur this
city. He had been vifitim. fiiD(ls at
the latter pluca, and intended to re
turn home tliis evening, lie attempted
to boarri the train as it wis moving
out of the depot, but mimed his f t,t
in; , fell nndi r ilie wheels and was Ic
sUntly killed. The Triennial Com
mitlee tonk c! arjje of the remains and
will furnl h n esr ort to convey them
to the deceawd's home.
do crop, none of the trees bearirg
propeny. ine large plantations are
ai badly injured as ihe smaller groves.
The worst of the matter is that the
trree ars co badly injured that it will
take nine years of propitious weather
before the cop will be a full one
sgiin. It will be but little improved
next year, only a partial production
the year fol'owing. If notuing hap
pens to prevent the third year should
eee a fair crop. A large proportion of
the Loui lana crop lat year was
hippd Noith, but there is not
enough now for borne consumption,
and New Orleans will b compelled io
depend on California and Fioiida.
TUB DECREASE IS HCNBEB OF
Pauling qneatlon That Every
Aaka and Oae Can
1rrlbl Scrldral ai an Iron Mine.
Watsrtown, N. Y.,8 ptember 24
A terrible accident occurred at the
iron mines at Jayoville, St. Lawrencs
county, at about 6 o'clock yesterday
morning. A charge of dynamite had
been fired, and the foreman, Wm.
Appl, and two workmen, Felix ISnsie
and Frank Blackburn, descended to
observe the results ol the blast. They
had scarcely entered the mine, how
ever, when a maes of rock fell, in
stantly killing Bawe and Blackburn.
A depression in the rock saved the
iile of Apple, but he was badly in
Lr ft ITaeaaMlsua ky III Partners
Cincinnati, 0., Keptmhor 24
Ueorge W. Still, of M ddleport, 0..
is lying nnrons;ions at the Cincinnati
itusfital loiu numerous cuts nhont
the liexl and body. 1I had been
found in tuia condition alone in
shanty bot on the Ohio river. Ap
pearances ind'cite that his apsnilant
was bis partuer, who cannot be found,
' Ltd hjr an .rrtalailbla li.ipu.ee.
Kaitimorr, Md 8-ntember 24.--
Mrs. 0. JL ltudolph, aned 23, marriod
I lew weeks ago, shot hereolt today at
her home near this city. She fired
four sh ts into her lett breast in the
region ol the hi art, and died todav.
IMore deatb alio stated that she was
led by an irroaistible impnlsa to shoot
rlne-a hhopllrter Taken la.
Cliveland, 0 , Si ptember 24 The
detectives t xlav arrested Lizile Hoy,
iiis Ellis, said ti be one of the most
n't irlous shopliftois in the counirv,
The police cl dm (hat she bus operated
in n-arly every city in the United
State". She was arretted here for
steuling a shawl valued at $450 in
prominent dry gnodB nore.
Trala Wrecker .fobbed,
Nsw Hudson, Mich., Soptemher 24.
Arcnie udhidhiu was arrested todaj
charged wih wrecking a apodal
freight Ira n on the O aud Tru k rail
road, September Kith, catiKlng the
death of nun man arid
of two others.
Went I Canada With 91700.
Detroit, Mich., ?eitembur 24.
John J. Or, m the Lou'mvd.e Tent
and Awning Company, was strutted
last night at Sami i, Oi.t, on the
cha geot taking $1700 itidon money
into Canada l'neit'ent Joseph Q.
McCulloug!, cf tl,H company, came to
Winderr yni-tordiiy and swere cut tha
wurtat t Ore cUitns he w is a s'ock
holder and managrr cf the company,
in which event the Cai a liau au hori
tiei are doubtful if h j can be held on
the charge. The heading of the esse
baa been poetponr d 'or a week.
1 1 I
ASKINU FOR AM OHDtR
'aiupe.liet ha Maryland and Dela
ware 4'aunl I'onipanj to
Nsw YoRk, Sep'ember 2. Counspl
.jr Janus A. Fermnon, a s'ockholder
in the Maryland and Delawaie Ship
- i j ..... .
vanoi vomnany. apioieu iouhv to
Judge Aid'ewj, in Supieine Uourt
rhambe's. fr en criUr to compel
Horace li. t bbi s snd John O. Ptrpb
ens'n, ollL'trs of the company, to
sh w H eir hooks in a sr. I. brought
sgrius' them, the object of which Is
t find rut tin ir tlispos.tlo.i of 10,000
ehfK'sof tl es o:k,itHregitingf3(IOl),
000 In his ttflulavit, Mr. Feignson
cla nu that h lui been deried the
privilege is st cbold r to look over
the b k k; ibu the ih fondants have
JukI tin etock; that except the
-HWrd ng of a imdract not.iuig bos
bueu i.ouo ; that no mom y as ever
paid nu' lir wo k, and tli4 no wrrk
Iihs b. i ii d. n t i cary out the ot jeut
of (ijp r r. a izA ii n of the cin-piuy.
Ueci iou r s rve 1.
'LOl'M.'NA'S tuTlKE CHOP
A. t'onij li'ie Fl'ure-TlieTree Itrtd
New Oblkans, La , 8pt"ml)er 24.
Ti e Lu'tiU oranaKe crrp is usually
markt-ted nbont this time. Reports
from Ctt u iaen, St Berni.rd, St. Mary,
Cimicrju. Li K. urclie and other par
h1i"h in wh i h the orates are piinci
pallytriwn report t'mt tMe crop is a
compete fnHnra tlpe year. It. usually
aveog-s SOOiO.OiO lo COOOOrOOa
year, hut will not he l,Ui -0,0-0 this
yer, in c nfefj'ieuce ol the severe
ireizs 1 st w nt r. The nw.s ii uui
fi.xmlybad i-oui every portion of the
Suite. In tiouie places heie 601) bai
ulj -ir oo'aiued lat year srarcely a
brr el i I b B-rure I. The fre z of
the wn'er did ter ib e daniap, kiliinv
the limbs and requiring the cutting off
of so muun dead wood is to a m- t
destroy the trees. There is absolu ely
looaiasrosDiscs or ras appial.I
UivEnarrr or Tennessee, Knox
Viile, Tknn., September 23. The
whole number of students now regis
tered at the university amount i to
lees than 100, while but a few year,
past the number registered at this
time of theresiion was between 350
and 400 all thesleeping apartments on
the "Hill" being entirely filled. The
Kncxville Times speaks ol this and
wants to know why the school is thus
falling In worth and popularity
throughout the Stcte. We do nnt pre
tend to he ablo to answer this l'iery,
but It does eeem a little stranso that's
school possessing such Ike resources
for a school, and a school b !org ng to
a State whose population isd ilyin
cress ng. and a ichool situnted in one
of tbe mo t healthy cities in the who e
united Mlateg sliould have iho mini-
brrof itsstudfiDts yearly decreasi e.
It certainly is not betauBe the b ya of
the State are not pecuniarily able to
attend, for it is a common occurrence
for young men to quit here and enter
e'sewheie other and often more costly
institutions of learning. Ho from thee
facts we see that there must be simt
Ihlng wrong about this, the State
school. And if the corrup ion lies not
with its resources or with its silu tion
for health, then it must lie eleewhere.
Or, in other words, those wt o have
control of the school anl the control
of the advancement of its interes'
must bs those responsible for its
Prof. L. C. Carter Is now absent
fiom the univeisity, taking a short
vacation for the purpoee of becoming
competent to fill the petition as super
intendent of the workshop, as will as
lo buy the necessary too's for lu min
ing laem. He continues to draw his
salary during his absence.
The new c our, house and female
ichool in the city are about completed.
Tbe Baptlet Church, one-half of the
expense of which is to be delrayed by
Capt. W. W. Woodruff, of this cily, is
in a state of erection.
Several gentlemen of Knoxvllle a-e
workicgr for the position of Unbed
Blatrs Pension Asent, la ely left
vacant by the resignation oi the Hon.
Kobeit Ij. Taylor. Among thse try
ing for the appointment U the Hon.
W. L, Ledgerwot'd, familiarly known
as "the H d Fox," whom we earnest y
hone may be able to secure it.
Mr. J, M. Morrison, who has been
on a Western tour for the benefit of
the Knoxvllle Tribune, with which he
is connected, has returned home, well
pleased with his journey.
Tbe cannons belonging t i the uni
versity, wnicn were so cltBn tired dur
ing last session, doing mm h damage
to panes of glass In the vicinity, have
ueen removed to the callege furm and
a plug ol pine driven into tbe mouth
The promotions of officers for the
bttal,ou were made this week.
The uuivereity farm pays 0 cents
per hour to those of the boys who
work there this year. They are only
auowea to woik ten nours per Naur
day. Last year UBually twelve hourj
per day at 10 centi per hour.
We Cantloa All Agalnat Them.
The unprecedented buccefsand merit
of Ely's Cream Balm a real cure for
catarrh, bay fever and cold in tbe
head has induced many adventurers
to plare catarrh medicines bearing
some resemoiance in appeaiance. style
or name upon tbe market, In order to
trade npon the reputation of Ely'
Cream Balm. Don't be deceived. Buy
only Ely's Cream B lm. Manv In
your Immediate locality willttst fy in
highest commendation of it. A par
t ele is applied into eachno tnl; no
pmn ; agreeame la use. rrice 50c.
Dry Oaada Impoiu at Hew Tork.
New Yobb, September 24. The im
ports of dry goods far the week end
ing September 23d, were 8504 pack 'gee,
valued st $2 340,578. agalns', 11,377
packages, valued at $2,781,490 for the
prsvluus week. 01 the total imports
0789 pa kagea, valmd at $I,80.1,4S6,
were entered for consumilion. and
1715 pickagep, valued t t537,01)21were
warenousoo. witnurawals from ware
house dmiog the week amounted tl
2025 packages, valued at $'300,167.
Tbe Eaalnoellal al la the Saula
rH, Galventon, Tix., September 24
The equinoirial gale eet in here latt
night and the wind reached the ve
locity of a gale at points on the lower
coast, Ualveton eeeins to have been
on the outer edge of the Btorm circuit,
as the higheit velocity hee was
thlity-two miles, at 3 o'clock this
morning, while at Indlanola it re
corded fifty miles. As the moining
advanced ihe wind decreased Tor
rents of rain fell during the n'lrht and
it is still pourini. The s orm has re
sulted in no damage here. Commu
nication wti Indianola was cut off
Cur of I.lver Complaint.
Iowa Fails, Hardin Co.. U..June
8, 1SH5. 1 have teeu liaing Allrock's
Porous P.as'ers for four v ar ami
think I could nut gft along wit bout
them. For a long tinm I waa alllirted
with a pain under mv rlnht ahi.ulder
b ade; 1 slo ha'Iconiidenibl.Ml tllenl.
tv in broHthing. I applied an Allcock's
i'orous I'iael. r on my back and one on
my cheet. I kept clienuinc ihem ev
ery four das, and at the eud of three
wvckj wts onurely cun d.
K. B. STEVENS.
SOT 1 WISE S0L0M05,
BUT XOOESTLT ERRATIC
With IaraePs Kins;, as He Coonocg
Illmseir to Two VIves-Ar
rested fur Bigamy.
New York, September 24. Mi.
Cyr.tnia Leonard, tbe mother of Lil
lian Kiisitll S lomoo, spoke with con
Bidtrable vim of So'omori's arrest in
Loodon for biuamy. "I'm glad that
man s arrested, sbe exclaimed.
serves him right He won't find any
otne r weman to support him again i
a hurry. When Lillian married him she
knew that be bad lived with both Lily
Orey and Edith Bland, but be swore
to Lillian that he bad never married
either of them, and sh believed him
Tbe maniiga in New Jersey was di
rctly against my own wishes, and
am net surprised that it was not
happy one. Lillian git tired of Sola-
mnn after she bad been a month in
London with him, and she would have
gotawayf om him thee, only she
c mid not. He kept too strong a bold
of ber salary. They would bave parted
long ago but lor f a Jereer marriage.
That kept them together a little wbile
lnng-r. The procetding brought by
Li y Grey will ue a welcome one to
L ilian, because it will rave ber the
t'Ouble of brirging similar proce:d
The depaiture of Solomon for Lon
don lHStmcn'h and LuH n's depart
ure f jr the Pacific slope at the same
lime, wes accoptd in theatrical
circles es convindng evidence tbat
ihnie had been a general qu-iirel be
tween the two. Lillian took bur baby
ana a mud wnn no-, ana the hahy
ar a ma il and Liiuaq ure all now stop
ping a Bildwin'a Hotel, in Kan Fran
lis io, wlme Lillian is pUji' gan en
g. g munt with Dulf'e Optra Company
in ItJdwin'd Theater.
PUBLIC W0HK1 I10AI1D
Member at Clnrinnail Arreated for
Cincinnati, 0, September 24.-
Chubs Doll, member of the late
Bo rdcf Public Works, and Chirhs
T. BUckbuin, its cleric, were arrested
this nnon npin tbe charge of embez
z ng $15,00 J of the city's fundi. Th re
B'e ruuiors of other an eats 1 1 be made
so n. These charges are based upon
amcovenoi maae dv expert account
ants who are examining the books of
the late Board of Public Works.
Maj. James Morgan, who was I
meinour if the f. inner Board of Pub
liu Worke, and who was appointed by
Gov. Foraker as a memler of the
B, a d ol Pub io Affairs, its euicts or,
has a bj been arrest d upon a similar
cnarge. ueorge If. Mailer, a sistaut
clerk of the old board, has been re
arieiteJ upon another warrant for a
similar otltnee. The amounts vary in
in" aiuerunt ca(es, put the n'guest ag
gregite is over $10,000.
Tbrenteni every man, woman or child llring
In a region of eounirv where fevor and ague
U prevalent, rince tha germi of malaria. OI-
aae ara inhaled from the air and are iwal-
loweri lrom the water ol auch region. Me
dloinal aaleguard la aliiolu'elv neoearary to
nullify thli danger. Aa a meant of fort.fi
ing and aoolluiatlng tha ay i to in to at to be
able to rea'at the malarial pnlaon, Hnatetter'a
c-tuiua ih Ulttera ii inonmnantblr the bent and
the moat popular. Irreguleri'iea of the
atomuch, liver and bowela enoonrage ina
lnrii but theae are rpeedily rentiBed by the
Bitten. The funotii.ntol di.eation . ndae
orotion ar aaalrted by Ha nee, end a vlgornua
ai well aa regular eohdlt on of the ayateia
prninoteil by It. Oonalitulion endpbyaique
are iuub ue-enoea etAinai me inroaaa or ma
laria by ihl maiohleia preventive, wl ioh
ia alao a certain and thoroui h remedy io the
orat oaiei ol Intermittent aid remittent
Liverpool Cotton Slateraent.
Livebpool, Septmh r 24 Tlieof-
nci 1 n turus for ihe week ended ves
ie dav gives the imports of cotton rs
19,0.16 bales and the exp irts as 88(17
baUs. Tee tntal import s nce the let
oi January nave been 2.552,890 balee,
and t e tot tl ei porta for the same
period 311,588 bales.
Tliey Are Hot Rorry.
There is one thing nobody ever re
gretsthat Is, the day they first adopt
ed Parker's Tonic as their regular fain
lly medicine. Its range is so wide
and its good effects so sure, that notb
ing else, except good nursing, an
needed in a great majority of cases
Buy it, try it, and afterward it will not
require any p alee rom na.
OH! MY BACK
Every strain Or cold ettarka that weak, tack
ana nearly aroairates joa.
n r a
a a a a a a
m a n- m a . a a a
i:u;l IEI 151 I J a--
- W I -1 - 1 aa
Mrcna-thena the Oluerlra.
titradlea the Nervea,
Fnrlrhea the ninod. ;ivre New Visor.
Dx J. U Mnu. Flrtl-M, W, wure:
Bnwn'e lrin liilton la th Imal Inm mwliclne I
have known In my l yiamra pnu-tk-e. 1 liRTe found It
BlxtoiaJlj benHuial innarmuaiwnli-aloKlethiiuMton,
anil in all dotillitAtlnf ailnmnbi lht hHf no hftTklf
on the eyat-tm. Ue it frfwly in my ovra falnlly.,,
Ma. W. F. Baowa. m Mln Si , Oo-inatun, Ky.,
eajm: "1 wee comple-tala bnukpn down In tiMilth ami
inniMnd with piuiia In my ImvIi. Itruwu'e Uua
Ilium enllraly nrturwd me lo health,"
Genuine haa above Trade Mark andrmat4 rrd llnel
cm wrapiwr. Tnae no olhrr. Muleonlyby
BUOWN IIEMIOAl, CO UALTlMOUlv, MD.
The Ht-hooner Adaina Caee,
IlAMKAJt. N. 8.. Sentemher l
Chief Jumice McDonald today save
hit tlecisioa on the motion made bv
Mr Meagher, counsel for the Ilniia.l
State, lo hava t e evidence for thede
fenaii in the ach ouer Adams cpe
taktn bi'foio a Uomniirsioner in tte
Un tvd Hta s. Ti e t'h t f JuMi,'s
diciion i-that tlm Cai ta'n of thev.s-
sel mus'. cune to llalilux to be exam
intd, b '.tthat thecr w mtv uive ilnir
eviinuLO lefo e a Couimiasinnnr in
London, R p enib r 23. It ia re-
ported that Z oiila, acting in the ad
vice of ihe F.ench irjvernmxnt hua
T THE PUBLIC.
WE. the uniieraigned, tiavlna bnuaht the
entire bupineaa nf in'iniil.iii,.nd
Furniture, Malireaaea, Awninin, Tonta, rt.
Iroiu Henry Uuttenbera. would rrniilnllv
aak aahareol your paironage, knowing fu l
well tuat, lrom long exp- riance, we can and
will give entire aatia'anlion In all work en-
truatad tn ua. W , will be reedy at all time,
to tuiniah Awninga, Tenta, Paulin- and ll
kindaof ranvxa work i luakeall Umlmil lir.l-
etaaa Mettre-aeat repair, vitrninh ai d make
all kind" nf Furni ure; roupknlater Parlor
bulla, and deliver o ! Ire of cha'gx. Cnr
paU renovated in the true l'eraian xtyle. All
work done promptly and at living prioea.
K. Ilmat-nb' ra; A o .Bai arrol.
Centaur Liniment is the most wonderful Pain-Curer
the world has ever known.
Speer's Cotton Gin
Iluling from Mulberry to St. Martin Streets
Insurance and Sacks free.
8" The Largest and only Complete Gin in the citv.
ar Best Yield. Best Sample.
For Fifty Years the great Remedy for.
Blood PoisonaitaSkin Diseases.
Interesting Treatise DnBlood and Skin Diseases
mailed free to all who apply. It should be
.carefully read by everybody. Address
.THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Q,
J. C. NEELY.
S. H. BR30KS.
H. M. NEELY,
BROOKS, NEELY &
GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS,
And Commission Merchants,
y. 3G7 Front Sirect, : !FT emtriiig, Tcim.
AT CRAIG'S SEED STORE
39 Union St., Memphis, Tenn.
LIYEUT, BOABOINO AND SAIE STABLE,
No, 321 ScKond Street Memphlft, Tenn.
ar V i xi o Btook.'M trBtTliMji Turnoutn.ia
uta f i. a.
Day A Son.
W. ft. nORTOV,
LaU of Weacban a Uorton.
JT. W. BAILET.
Lata of Bailey ft CoTlnitoi
DAY, HORTON & BAILEY,
GROCERS AND COTTON FACTORS,
360-363 Front Street Memuhis Tenn.
JOHN E. HANDLE A C0MPK0PE'S,
08 Second St. Memphis, Te
FOUNDERS & MACHINISTS,
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS III
Knuines, Boilers, Sawmills,
Bradford Corn and Wheat Mill
Cotton Press, Cotton Uln,
Slinlllng, Pnlleyo, t i .
SPECIAL NOTICK-Wo aro prepared to Oil ordon
on anor- notice, forth eele. rated MeHlart latn.
Wronihi.. PnUejr. Wa carry in atook ova?
Two Hundred Aaaortod oiaca.
aMTbend for Catalog-no and Prioa-llat.'
GEO. C. HARBIN.
JAS. A. MATTHEWS.
II. IV. LEATH.
Established in 1854
Mil f Jta
.TTTa .nanaaa M ?
y porfoct ai
am Teathlna. a priiaattHi rood for Ora-
triant la all Waatinat rtlu....
Perfaal Dutriant In all Wattln
) Of I
vousau. ooouaiji co
ubetltute lor M others
In Cholera Infnntura
ralawaittHl food fbr Ova
ami Food In
Of Infanta, mailed trm.
257 Main St., Memphis, Tenn.
HA! Ml II I
All Cotton Covered by Insirance on Seaworthy Vessels 0
in Ginhouse. Sacks furnished to responsible parties.
121 and 12G P0PL1U STREET, MEMPHIS.
IBM SINGS BANK
AND TRUST COMPANY.
board ox tuttsteeh.
APOLEON Hilt. MICHAEL GAVIN. J. 8. HANDWORKER.
0UI8 HANAHEK, THOMAS BOYLE DAVID P. HADDKN,
AZART79 LEVY. JOHN W. COCHUAN. JAMES A. OMREKd.
JAMES S. ROBINSON, WM. KAIZKNBER9EB, : BARDWId PKHES.
aa-Depoaiti raoeived la inma of 91 and upward, and Intorait allowed aa lame Semi
annually. aarWo buy and Mil looal Investment Bondi and Beeurltiea renerally, pay taxee, aetu
trnauoi. ana. in xenerai, azaouto any nnanoiai ouainoti raquirinc a aaie ana raaponjibl
iaana draft, in auma to anlt purohaaera. on all sarti of Enrooa.
aa-We have a oommodioua Vault for tha depoait of valuable, whiok ti at tha Nrrioa oi
our euaiomora. mww oi vaaaarajw.
D. P. HADDE5, Preeldent.
EWD. 60LDSMITH. Tlce-PresldeaL
Mew Cotton Gin.
Nog. 201 and 203 Madison Street, Memphis, Tenn.
IiATEST IMPROVED HUME GIN
TF.ST Tnrnonl and Nnmple Onarnnterd
- 1? made. All Cotton Tn.tirrl while in Trai
PWeation. Wa use too "ratrni Uulonitvr" and unload all wagon ootton. (live ua atrial
Oood weiffhta. and remittjinfaa nrnmr'
nait and at tf in. Sacka furniebed on ap
NAPOLEON HILL, President. W.IT. WILEEKSOS.Tlce-PregMetl,
II. J. ITN5, Cashier.
plus Citr Fire & GbilI Ibs. Col
BOES A 6ElIEI.AIi FIBB A9D JfaVBIHC BCBI9KM. '
A QUARTER OFA MILLION'DOLLARS FULL PAID CAPITAL
H. lOBSTENHEIM WM. X. C0U , JAMES REILLT, mffi tOASJ
a JHiia-w, TI a V J)i JLJUil4
Ofllce-lO MaaliKon Street, Memphis, Tenia
BY MUTUAL CONSENT, tha firm of Alaton, Crowoll A Co. la thia day dia
Croejell retlrlna;. The remaioinc partnera. P. K Alaton and H. H. Ma
tioue the buaiDeaa at the o'd aland, corner Front and Union etreota, aaaumini
iaaolved. E. W.
aurr. will con-
ina all liabilitiaa
E. W. CHOWELL.
Memphla, Tenn., September 1, 1836. H. H. MAURY.
.karOn retiring aa aove. I beapealc for my luooeasora a continuation of the lihera! patron
age heretofore extended the old firm. E. W. CHUWKLL.
and oolleoting all outstanding aooonnta.
W & Co
aW AMD FJuASiae-HIXL, IATT-TAID,
Doors, Sash, Blinds. Molding, Lumber,
Lath and Shingles, Flooring, Ceiling and Cedar Posts.
BffiMPHIS, .. TfSJf V E88KE
M. 0. PEARCE.
JOHN L. MoCLELLAN.
MLC.VE&RQB & Co
Cotton Factors & Commission Merch'is,
No. 280 FRONT STREET, UFJdPR J S, TENN.
'ot Ion Wwrfhonay Knn. HH and 9) rnlon lrert.
D. W. TfLY.
Late oi Commeroo, Mii.
. F. B. HERHON.
Lata ol Coffeevillo. Miia.
Lata of Urooka, Neely A Co.
PLY, HEREON & H0BS0N
Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants
324 Front Street Memphis TeTtti.
ADER, FRANK & CO.
Coti FafclifisalG Grocer
891 Front Street, Opposite CnMom Hotine.
M, e. (MOVER & CO.
LUMBER IDtPllfflG ILL
Doors, Sash, nil. ids, Woldlug, all ktuda of Door and Window
Frames, Hraekcto, Kcroll-lVork, Itongh and Dressed
Lumber, Miliifflcs, I.atlis, Water Tanks,
All kinds ol Wood Work .Executed at Short A lice.
yps. 157 to 17. Washington sfrpot. Mpnipliis. fciin.
W, Ao GAGE & COo
Wo. SOO Promt Street, : Mmcip1ii; Tenn.
(SrCCKSSORS TO HEA.CHA.SI A HORTOBP
Oltl Stand. No. 0 Union St., Monmln's.
FIRE, INLAND AND MARINE.
THE BLUFF CITY INSURANCE CO
OF MEMPHIS. TEN.
office-No. 285 main street.
A.0A0E. 17. OAV1X. S. W. FALLS
DAVID t. HADDEN. J. O. NKELY.
D. P. HADBEJI. TIccFrM't. W. H. BOKf,'Se.
, C. HSELY.Prcaldeat,