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The Situation In Bnlgarla Pctro
leum s ft fuel for Lot onto
tlies General News.
Glasgow, September 25. Six per
oris. incladiDB three Glarmw maeis
trates, were suffocated to death to 'ay
while viewing a moDBter blast at the
Locbfyne Hide quarries. Seven tons
of gunpowder were wm in the blaet.
Di iiLiN, September 25. The police
bave captured four more of tbe moon
lighters witu wnom they nad a pnn
flint at Feale Bridgj on Thursday
night, making eleven prisoners cap
tured from the party alrrady. Every
one ft 'lie tonr prisoners jost captured
is badly wonnded with buckshot All
of the eleven bave b?en identified ai
bods of very respectable Kerry county
Bulgarlaa A train.
Sofia, September 25. It is slated
that when Piince Alexander was still
in power. Mack ay, the American mill
ionaire, offered to advance a large loan
to the Bulgarian uovernraeot.
Gen. Kaulhars, the bearer of tbe
Russian ultimatum, will declare tbat
tbe acceptance of the ultimatum will
alone restore good relations between
Bulgaria and Jtnseia. It Is expected
tbat if the Bulgarian Government
does not comply with Russia's de
mands, Gen. Kaulbars will immedi
ately return to St. Petersburg.
The assertion is made in political
circles that tbe Grand Kobrarjje will
elect King Gharlee, of Roumelia,
Prince of Bulgaria, in reward for Kou
mania's recent friendly attitude. The
election of King Charles will, It is
thought, be agreeable to Servia, be
cause it will be calculated to realize
tht formation of a Itilkan fodoraiion.
It is further stated that if tbe powers
do net accept K ng Charles, Aleko
l'iflha, or one of the Orleans Princes,
or, as a final resort, tbe Russian Gen
eral Ignatieir, will be propoced. Tho
state of sulge will be raised on the 2d
oi October so that the elections may
Attitude or tlix Au.lrliin Preai an
tbe Uiilnarlnii HIIiimiIod.
Bkkwn, September 25. The North
German Gairtte, Prince Bismarck's or
gan, commcntirg cn tho attitude cf
the Austrian press toward tbe Bul
garian situation, says: "We tbink
that the Austrian piegs betray an ex
traordinary detire to destroy the peace
between Germany and Austria, the
only two tCnropean nations bound to
gether by honorable alliance. Tbe
articles In tbe Vienna arM Pesth pa
pers will not turn German policy
asuio Irotn its course any more than
did similar articles published in Ger
many and which have now disap
peared from the surface of politics, be
cause of existing treaties. Germany's
sympathy and interest dictate her
profont policy. It is fortunate fur
both nations that the existence of in
ternational treaties does not depend
npon newspaper editors, nor upon
Parliamentary disputant, who, in
their speeches, tins all kinds of pre
texts for moral exasperation. Ger
many's foreign rolHtionsand the stip
ulations oi her existiog treaties rest on
a firm bain, which has procured the
well considered tanction of the sov
ereigns oi the countries concerned."
Petrol t am a Fuel tot Eoromo.
Alexandria. September 25. An
engine specially constructed to use
fietrolenin as fuel is successfully draw
ng trains on the ruilway between this
city and Cairo. Jt Is eetlmatod that a
yearly saving of $2 )0,000 in the cost of
fuel would be ellected by tbis railway
by tbe substitution of petroleum for
coal. r ,
tattae ! liuto UraUai Unveiled,
Delft, Holland, September 25.
Tbe statue of Hugo Grotius was tin
veiled today in tbe presence ot tbe
uabinet Ministers, the municipal au
thorities, and a great number of
Oraf uatodlan of an Abandouad Mil
Wahhinoton, September 25. Carton
Allen, cf Homh Carolina, bus been ap
pointed custodian of the abandoned
military innervation at Fort Ellis,
1 be President has appointed the
following named pobta a-ti'rs : At
Gooraet wn, Col., James VV. Forest,
vice S. 0. Bennett, n signed; Normal,
111., W. O. Scanlmid, vice A. C. Tay
lor, resumed; J.oitonia, O., 0.. N.
Sclimick, vice W. W. Forney, remgned ;
Media, l'a.,J.C. lldndersun, vice Mrs.
M. Williamson, rosigned; Brenbain,
Tex,, Julion M. Byrnes, vice Joseph
E. Mippard, resigned; Nhreveport, La.,
J. 0. Soap, vico Wm. McKenna, coin
mission expirod: Montevideo, Minn.,
Mrs. Ella L. Kempe, reappointed;
Desoto, Mo., James V. Clarke, vice
P. C. tollman, commission expired ;
Boise City, Idaho. T. B. Gees, vice J.
Anna B. Cheatham, vice B. F. Cheat
ham, deceased; Presoott, Aim , P. Be
heu, vice J. II. A. Marsh, suspended :
What Cheer, I., Richard Burke, vice
B. L. Brainard, suspended; Reno,
Nev., J. C. llagerman, vice Orlando
Evanu, (nspendd; Alton, la., Alice
Groves, vice 0. K. Ingham, suspended.
THE LOGAN FAMILY M ORDER.
Tka Haapeeted Mas la Cuatodjr
OtHeen Nave lllm rrona the Mob.
Cuba, Mo., September 25. R. II.
Wallace, the euepected murderer of
the Logan family, was brought hero
from St. Lmis yesterday. Upon the
arrival of the train at tho depot the
officers in charge of the murderer were
met by an oruaniid band of ICO men,
who evidently intended to mute out
summary jiiBiice to the prisoner.
Prompt and decisive action by the
officers, however, averted a lynching.
The mob was ordered to disperse, and
Wallace was hastily placed in a cab
and driven to a hotel where a strong
force of deputies are now guarding
bim. Expecting that he would ba
taken to Steeleville (or safe keeping, a
mob gathered about ha f way between
this and that to urn to take him from
the officers, but the latter considered
it unsafe to make the journey at night.
He will probably be taken there to
morrow. Uood qualltlta or the Oyaler.
New Yoik Mail and Exprm: "It is
all nonsense about a steady diet on
oysters being injurious to the syetem,"
said a wealthy Thirty-fourth street
physician the other day. "Many per
tons think so, however. It may be
true tbat oysters do not produce the
most pleasant results when cooked in
a rich sty'e and eaten just before going
to be J. When taken with wine latest
night, of course, if tbero is any bad
effect the next day the oyeton are
blamed for it. Oysters have excellent
medicinal qualities, are nutritious, and I
when plainly cooked or eitn raw ire
very wholesome, specially so in cases
of indigestion, and tbat is something
tbat cannot be raid cf any otner au
mentarv substances. Daring my ex
perience I have fonnd in several caws
where oysters have been taken daily
they have done much toward curing
the patient. Invalids have discovered
in oysteis the required aliment, he
Bides being by far the most agreeable
food to take. Kaw oveters, too, are
said tn be verr cood for hoarseness.
although I have never tested their
merits on that point. It is my belief
that the OTsier is the most healthtui
article of food known to man.
Til K bTOl'K 1 X IIIBIT IOJI OF H OS-
InmN of the Ksblbllura Who Wob
Premiums Ntck Breeder
OOSKIsrOKDIRGI Of TBI APFIAL.l
IIebnando, Miss , September 25.
Early on Monday morning a casual
observer could see that something nn
usual was going on in our otherwise
quiet town. To the uninitiated it
might bave appeared that it was
circus day but for tbe tact tbat so
many colts were on tLe road. By
about 10 o'clock fully 1000 men and
over 100 horae and mule colts, suck
ling, yearlings and two yearolds were
aseemDled in and arouuu trie court
houee yard to take part in the stock
exhibition and awarding of prizes to
the colts sired by Mambrino George, a
stallion, and hniglit templar, a jkk,
both owned by Joseph Goodman, aa
enterprising farmer and granger near
the town. To make tne occasion
more interesting and imposing Mr.
Goodman invited all the owners of
stallions and ju'ks and tboir progency
near this place U take part in the ex
hibition, and by sending out circulars
and otherwise calling attention to it,
tuccoeded in making it a grand suc
cess. Some of tbe ttock shown would
have donecredit to an older stock conn
try than this from their blood
like appearance as well as ap
parent good ore, feeding and
grooming given them. ' There
were present two yearlings, one weigh
ing 942. the other 810 pounds, which
aro certainly creditable weights, and
they ara no draft hois s either. The
stallions on exhibition ranged from
800 to 1050 pounds. Goodman also
drove around in his buggy, behind a
team of one and two year old colts,
which drove splendidly together and
performed like old horses. Among the
stallions in s'ght were Mar cell up,
owned by R. M. Backs; one owned by
a Mr. iliklebranu, irom near wuttn
havon, Tenn. ; another by Martin S.
Thomas, from near Endora, Miss., and
several others of younger ego.
Wa find a Hfinla. l.an.l ii innlm
f performing their solos sometimes,
and such duets, terzetta and quar
tettes ss only jacks can perform.
There were present Goodman's fine
five year old i'ck Knight Templarr
R. AI. llAnks's King Alfonso, Messrs.
Desn & Cartrell's jack, Mr. G. T.
T. Bank's two year old, and Mr. Alf
Dockory's young grey jack, bred, born
and raised in Dtsoto county. To add
a variety to the show Mr. J. W. Odam,
of Mcslut, Miss., exhibited his full
blood Devon bull, 18 months old and
weighing abont 1000 pounds. Hstloe
color, apparent beef qualities and good
behavior elicited universal praise and
admiration. Air. uoodman also ex
hibited bis fine hard ef Jersey cattle,
which were much admired by good
judges. Meesrs. Dean & Cartrell also
had two very fine rid Duroch pigs at
tbe (how. Award of prizes were as
For Suckling Colts I). M. Dockery
wai awarded n bi premium and K.
M. Banks ceitliicate, both colts of
Best Suckling Mule Colt W. A.
Crossett first premium, D. AI, Dockery
certificate; both frcra Goodman's
Beet Suckling Colt Mrs Dr. Free
man, premium, and W, L. Glenn cer
tificate, from Goodman's stallion.
Sweepstakes fnr all Mule Colti
Suckling P. M. Black, first premium,
and Mis. Jane White, ceitificats.
Sweepstakes for Horse Colts D. M.
Dockery first premium, from Banks
Bro. s stallion, Marcellns.
Best Yearling Mule Colt P.M.BIack
Bast Yearling Horse Colt Henry
Bunks II rd premium, from Banks
Bro.'s stallion, Murcollus.
Best two year old mule' colt was
awarded to Mat Wilkinson, colored.
Beet two year old horee colt was
awarded to W. 1). Bri Igforth.
The Hernando Brans Band, under
tho leadership of Prof. Glen D.'ckson,
enlivened the occasion with some
very tine and appropriate mu8ic,wbich
was well received by the people pres
ent. After the prizes were awarded
stops were taken to form a stock breed
ers' association in this county. Some
thirty-live parties signed their names
A committee of ton, two from each
Supervisor' District, wore appointed
to form plans and device ways and
means, and a future day was appoint
ed to go into a regular organization.
You are doubtless aware that a stock
company Is putting up a creamery
here, and in a little while we will be
able to supply your citizens with A
No. 1 butter. All tbis shows that the
farmers of Desoto county are getting
out of the old rut and making a road
to future prospeiity. Fearing to en
croach on your space I will stop and
report to yon again when the Her
nando Creamery starts into operation.
olliac Hill neatroyedby Fire.
Clivrland, O., September 25. The
Forest City Rolling Mill, in the south
ern part of tho city, was destroyed by
fire this afternoon. The mill, which
is owned by William Clark A Co., of
Pittsburg, bad been idle for nearly two
years. Tho loss is estimated at J:i0,-
000. The insurance is unobtainable
International Cricket Match.
Philadelphia. Pa.. Sentember 25.
The international cricket game ended
here today, the Gentlemen of Kogland
winning by one innina and twenty-
five runs. A new game was com
menced at once, aud when tbe boll
rang for lunch the Englishmen had
made twenty runs with a loss of two
From the Land of Leases.
An nld Altitun nfmt tnmn mnA aa nlil
druiiKlrt. tatd tome todai that he had lost
bonn look rg for a liror msdioint that woald
Ink the lr of oalwiuol, producing all of
iu koou eueou ana none ot its Da, miuri
out constitutional stWtj. After a thorough
trial he had found It in Dr. Motley'i Lemon
Klixir. Ihaveaold.nl tnu know, lnrfe loU
of the Elixir aince laai anri.ia, and never
olil a liror medicine tor bilioumeaa, oonMi
petlon and dieann rinUiii from there
oauati that loacd the eoilo na much a
Lemon Klixir. Send mo nine doron at onoo.
T. ALIIKKT JKNNI SUn.
Druitiriil, Jaaper, Fl.
To Dr. H.Moti.KT, Atlanta, Ua.
hold li drnviri.f .. ,4 at mr.
bottle. Prepared hi 11. Moiler. M.k'.. At-
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 20,. 18S6. t
SECOND DAI'S SESSION AT JACK
Unfermented Wine for the Sacrament
Letters Received- Election
SPICUL TO Till AFPIAL 1
Jackson. Miss.. September 25. Sec
ond day's (0:sion of the Women's
Christian Temnerance Union Convec
tion. Telegrams of appreciation and
regrets of ter' inability to be with
them were sent by Miss Francs E,
Willard, their national president.
Mis. Montromirr. of Jackson connty.
whcs) house was burned by the Tquor
men for tbe active part taken by her
in tbe work, was introduced to the
convection, when she responded tbat
it wis not her bouse, but the Lord s
house, that was burned. - The report
of the State Superintendent, of secur
ing nnfermented wine in conrcpea,
brousht fortrj considerable discussion.
but showed they were all in favor of
nnfermented wine for sacramental
Tne Rev, J. H. Gambrille informed
tbe convention tbat a mother bad te-
questtd their prayers for ber son, now
io the penitentiary, All united, be
ing led by the Rev. W. C. Black, not
only for her boy, but all those in the
Mrs. Snell, in a short, pointed
speech, appealed to the delegates to
commence the circulation of petitions
to our next Legislature to nnect the
live mile law for tbe State Industrial
College at Columbu?. They demand
the same protection for the girls that
ts given to tne boys.
Mrs. Cochran asked tbe'prayers and
sympathy ot tors convention in behail
of Vukaburg, where the sworn ofliceis
of the law decided some weeks ago to
obey tbe Sunday law by c osjng the
siloons on the babbatb. Tbev have
now decided to not obey and allow the
saloons to again open, the entire
delegation promised to help in bavins
tbe Btate law tmnrcerj at Vicksburg.
Mrs. Erwin, of Columbus.wss unaoi-
rxoasiy re-eiec ed btate president by
acclamation. Her acceptance was
vory affecting. She is one of the most
Godlike women your correspondent
ever saw. Mrs Helen R. Gainer, of
Columbus, was elected corresponding
secretary ; Mrs. EasterliDg, of Cryetul
spring?, recording secretary; Mm.
V'razier, oi lupelo, treasurer; Mrs.
Fannie Clark, of Shannon, and Mrs.
Harper, of Fayette, were re-elected
vice presidents, and Mrs. Montgom
ery, oi Jackson county, was elected as
third vies president ; Mrs. W. II. I
Wall was eleced assistant State or
ganizer ; Mrs. Mollie McGee Snell, of
uoiu in mis, editress ot tbe Male organ
of tho Women's Christian Temperance
In answer to a telegram sent to
Bishop Galloway, yesterday, a letter
was received this mormnir. leerettins
bis inability to attend the convention,
which contained items of interest and
lonigbt. resolutions are - being dis
cussed. In the report of the Superin
tendent oi Mtientilic Temperance In
stitution, by Mrs. Kelle, she said onr
btate Superintendent of Education
had said publicly tbat he was for "us."
lie wanted to shun Bell, Kells, Snell
The Murderer of the Loxan family.
Sr. Louis. Mo.. September 25. P.
F. Wallace, the murderer of the Lo
gan family, wai taken , from Cuba to
Stoe.ville, today, by the sheriff and a
foics of deputies, and lodged in jail at
tne latter place, no at empt was made
to take him from the oflicera, and the
journey wts without notable incident.
A special from Cuba s'ates tbat tbe
people are still greatly enraged over
the aildir, but will make no a'tempt
toiyncn tne murderer, unless justice
is gratiy delayed in tbe courts,
The Hhlpiilna; Tag Inventor Read.
Boston, Mass., September 24. E W.
jJsnnisoo, tounder ot tbe Dennis in
Manufacturing Company, of this city,
oieu lost mni.it. ue was born in
lopshani, Me, November 23. 1819.
At the age of 10 years he came ti Bea
ton. In 1855 he began the sale of tbe
snipping tag, the demand for wbich
grew so rapidly that Mr. Dannison Bet
about ti devise a plan for a more
steady manufacture of the goods, and
he succeeded in inventing a machine
to do the work, which he patented.
In private life he wjs modest and re
Naw York, September 25. Mr.
Kichnrd Bailor, Sacretary of the
American Committee on Bartholin's
Matue ot Liberty, announces that tho
Mia oiuetoiior next has been decided
up?n by the government and the
American Committee lor the inaugu
ration of the statue. . .
A Dead I or k Broken.
Butlkr,' Pa., Sep'ember 25. The
Republican Conoreesional deadlock in
the Twenty-sixth District was broken
tbis morning by the conferees voting
t3 refer the Congressional nomination
to the State Central Committee and
suj turning tne conference sine die.
Hotel Tlilpf Nenleneotf.
lonoNTo, beptember 25. James D.
KoRers, alias Koberie, a Dt-troit bur
glar, ws today eentenced to three
years in tbe penitentiary for robbing
tomlilnlnr IRON with M!BK TKdKTAm.K
TONUS, qolcklx and mmpletelr CI.KlNSm
4 KMIHHKS TI1K IIMK)U. Oalckena
the action or the Liver and Kidney. Clean tho
complexion, make the iklaamooth. ltdoeaaot
lnjnr uo win, rane neadarhe,or prodaeeeon-tlpatlon-ALL
OT1IKB IUOH HED1CIMK8 DO.
Fh7lalua and Drncgbta tnqnlm reoommend It,
Pn N. R RrmiT.m n u.m. m.m m.
remmmeml Brimn'. Iron Rlllrni u a T.hil,l. umla
f.ir .nrlolUnn I II. likxxL and rMmoln all dnpuuUa
jrtnpima, II d.a nm burt tlie le.th."
Dn. R. M Remold., Ina,, un: "I
han ptMcrllHHl Bnmu'i Irun Blltera in tmmm ot
eniemla anil Wood dimuwe. sm ohen a tonlo waa
nwdMl. and It haa pnwd thiwnuf hljr aatlafMUin 11
Mb. WW. Bthno, Ht MmTKl,,NnOrioana. La
KKft: Brown'i lnm RltUr. mlwl me In a oua
il blood itolnmlna, and I heartlli ounnwad tl ta
ill nHlliw a blond .urlli.r.
!M. W. W. M.iNAHAR.'IWimMa, Ala., lara: t
av been trouMml lnm ahdilluaid with Ingm
llood and emotion on m fooe two IxUm of
tnnrn'a Iron Mitt ..r, .iTiw.im1 . Mrfk
auu4 aiwak Um Uwhlf of Uua Taluable luiilictne,"
Oennlne haa abore Trade Mark and oromed ny line
1)BUW CUKM1CAL BALTiMUUK.
To Itonl l.blute Owners aud Airenls.
FARTIKhavinr aldewalka to put down
w ,7' t f?."r Jv 'hr,'r ,'!" t "ITly 'o
W. B. Lut Khl , o Madifon, or (hm. ,:;4
Secnnd. Contract) for
1th io Pavtuicatj.
otewart a Urann-
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For Fifty Tears the great Remedy for .
Blood Toisonana Skin Diseases.
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Interesting Treatise on'Blood and Skin Diseases
' ' mailed free to all who apply. It should be
, carefully read by everybody. Address
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.
S S S8SSSSS S S
. til MS, Prea't,
OEO. ARNOLD, V.-Pree't. W. U.
CITIZENS INSURANCE COMPANY
DOES A GENERAL FIRE
l Conn try Mores, Dwellings and QinhonseH a Specialty.
S3rii08Ne Adjusted Promptly, and Paid at Memphis.
W. N. WILKER80V, OEO. ARNOLD.
W. P. IH'NAVANT. 1 . H.
Speers Cotton Gin
Hilling from Mulberry
Insurance and Sacks free.
8" The Largest and only Complete Gin in the city.
GTBest Tield. Hest sample.
W. N. BROWN
: Liberal Advances
2GG Front Street, :
J. C. NEELY.
S. H. BROOKS.
BROOKS, NEELY & CO.
GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS,
And Commission Merchants,
Wo. 3G7 Front (Street, : Memphis, Tenn.
39 Union St.,
No. :I31 Second Street
irFluo StooU.fi trBtrliah Turnoutm.K
J. H. DAT.
W. IT. IIORTOS,
Lata of Meacham A Uorton.
tiU of J. B. DyASoi;
DAY, HORTON & BAILEY,
GROCERS AND COTTON FACTORS,
360-362 Front Street Memphis Tenn.
GEO. 0. HARBIN.
Established in 1854
.257 Main St., Memphis, Tenn.
mm n n
All Cotton Covered by Insurance on Seaworthy Vessels c;
in Ginhouse. Sacks furnished to responsible parties.
124 and 126 POPLAR
& MARINE BUSINESS:
J. W. KICHA RDSON. J. F. DUFFIK,
HIMH, JUHN AKMIHTKAD.
to St. Martin Streo ts
: Memphis, Tenn,
H. M. NEELY,
AND SALE STABLE,
J. W. BAILEY.
Lata of Bailor CorlngtoM
JOHN . HANDLE ft CO., FROPB'S,
98 Seeond St. Memphis, Ten-n
FOUNDERS & MACHINISTS,
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS III
.nelnes, Boilers, Sawmills,
Bradford Corn and Wheat Mill k
Cotton Press, Cotton Glnis
Shafting, Pulleys, Jic.
SPECIAL NOTICE Wo'aro prepared to Oil ordon
on boh notioo, for tho oolouratoa Htirt Patent
Wronhui' Pulley, Wo oarrj In itook ovor
Two Uandrod Aiiortod biaci.
aar Bond for OsUlotao and Prtoo-liat.l
H. W. LEATH.
AND TRUST COMPANY.
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LAZARUS LEVY. JOUN W.
ANDKKW KKJNKERT, buu COLKMAM,
JAMK8 S. R0RLN50N. WH. K.AIZKNBER9ER,
-Dopoilti reooired In inmi of 91 and upward, and internet allowed on lamo BomH
W We buy and loll local Inveitment Bonds and Soouritioi tonerally, pay taief , antai
traeteoi, and, in general, oiecato any financial bosinoii renuiringa i&ie and reaponiiblt
ieaao draft, In anma to anit pnrchaeora, on all parta of Europe.
nr We have a oommodioue Van It for tho deposit of Talaabloa, which is at the aarrlon el
onr onatomera, free of Charite.
D. F. UAD1)N, President. EWD. GOLDSMITH, Vice-FreSldcat
JAMES NATHAN. Cashlpr.
Mew Cotton Gin,
Nog. 201 and 203 Madison Street, Memphis, Tenn.
IMPROVED IIUIEU Q I'NKy
TEST Tnrnont land Sample Onnranteed. Good weighta, and remittanroa promp
ly made. All Cotton Infured while in Tranait and at Gin. Saoka furniehed on ap
plication. Wo nap tho "Patent Uploader" and unload all wagon cotton. Give ua a trial
NAPOLEON HILL, President. Tt". N. W1LKEBS0N, TIcfFresIt1e.fe
ii. i. 1. 1
MempMs Citr Fire & Gen 1 Dis. Cd.
OES A SKBEBAL FIBS ASD if ABISC BLSIXE3S.
A QUARTER OF A MILLION'DOLLARS FULL PAID CAPITAL
W IT QTTTCTTTWTIir uru r iint t riuma ii TiiTT t 1
OmeelO MailiKnn Street, Jfempliis, Toiiia
DISSOLUTION NOTICE -
BY MUTUAL CONSENT, the firm of Alston, Crowoll A Co. ia thia'diy dlaaolved, E. W.
Crowell retiring. The remaining partners, P. h. Alston and H,1i. Maury, will oon
tinue the business at the o'd stand, corner Front and Union atreets, ar.umintr all liabilition
andcollooting all outstanding accounts. E. W. CKOWELL.
P S ALSTON
Memphis, Tenn., September 1,1886. H. H. MAURY.
wOn retiring as above. I bespeak for mi ancceasora a eontlnnafinn nf thelikerri.1 nntrnn-
agc uereuiiore exienaea me oia nrm.
AW ASD rUiniMIIIJL, BATT'TjUUI.
Doors. Sash. Blinds. Molding, Lumber,
iaw ana smngies, looring, veiling and Cedar Posts.
M. 0. PEARCE.
M.OFEARE fe Co
Cotton Factors & Commission nierch'is.
No. 280 PROJTT STREET, MEJfPB IS, TENN.
'ollin M'aryhoiiMe lTo. Burt 90 I nlon tr-e.
D. W. FLY,
Late oi Commerce, Miaa.
P. B. HERRON.
Late ot CoSeeville. Miss.
HEREON & H0BB0H
Cotton Factors and
324 Front Street
i. 1. 000VER & eo.
Doors, SrmIi, RliudK, Holdiaga,
1 raiiies, Bracket, Scroll-Work, Rough and Dressed
Lumber, Shingles, Laths, Water Tanks,
All kinds of Wood Work Executed at Short Notice.
Nos. 157 to 173 Washington street, Memphis. Terni-
W. A. GAGE & CO.
No. SOO Front Street, : MemphlK, Teat.
(SUCCESSORS TO MEACUAH A HOBTOSH
Old Stand, No. 9 Union St., Memphis.
THE BLUFF CITY
OF MEMPHIS. TEJL.
OFFICE-No. 285 MAIN STREET.
, F. FRANIf. W, A. GAGE, M. SAVIN, , J. W. FALLS
H. M. JAMES, i DAVID P. HADDKN. J. 0. NEELY.
. C. NEELY, Prmaldewt. . P. II ADDEM, V IcePrea't. W. H. MOORE, See
W. A. WIIEATIiEY
Real Estate A pent,
AXD IT. S. COMMISSIONER,
al Wain, MfBr .Millaon,ennll,.
MARTYN'M COUKCKt UL OI
I.EUK.;il:lf,lh St.. Waahinvtnn. D. (',..
opena October 15th. Froridea a nraotioallf
uteful buinceiiuoation. Teriri: Life achoU I
arahip, tU. luition, boardina, stationer?,
etc., twelve wooks oourRe. 175. Forcircular I
(tree) atiureaa Wurun a tumuif rcinl College, i
J. 8. HANDWERKEB1
DAVIT) P. HADDEN.
JAMES A. OMEEKiJ,
a a,. uasmero
E. W. CltOWKLL.
JOHN L. MoCLELLAN.
Late of Brooks, Meely A Co.
all kinds of Door and Window
Crab Orcliard Springs,
LINCOLN COUNTY, KY.-The ezeellen
of the oulfine, and accommodation, char
acteristic of thia hotel durinir thepaatthre,
years, ahall be fully maintained thia eeaaon.
Excnrainn ticketa to the fcumnes by the L.
and N. Kailway are good via Louisville, both
foinir and returning, to proceed on first train
aucceeding arrival in Louisville.
W. f . OftANTi IVea't. J. C. KING, Sop't:
nil I Pm I.
on flic lr PhlladelnhlL
I HI A IATtf rtinMtie Ncwsnuiwr Ad
I i "ti.ing Agom-y of Mcmt