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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEALTUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 28. 1888.
A SHOCKING ACCIDEXT.
FOCB PfOPLE CKOSISG A KAIL
ROAD THAI K IN A WAGON
Killed by the Train Tragedy at Sew
Orleans Family rolsoned
Fbovidkncb, R. I., September 27. -Yts'erday
morning a shocking acci
d nt occurred on tho New Yoik, Prov
ide! ce and Bob on railroad, at the vil
las e of Prqnonock, Conn. Benjamin
(jadiner, a fatmer, tis wift and tbe
wi( of their son, Jamee, while riihrg
homes from church in a one bore
wag in ere sir uc It by a wcHt bonr.d
expreta train, noivg at the rate of fif.y
ruies an hour. Mr. Gardnier wan
iiurlfda distant e of forty feet from
the cro sirjfr, receiving fatal iijurii'8
Hit nifa WftB killed outrigU and Mm.
Jamre Girdnier died before she cnuid
be removed. The Loreea were killtitl
and the wagon broken into splinters.
The accident hapofned at a crofsiog
jtibt west of a cnlvMt, a short dielaDc
lrom Noank, and as the railroad ia
banked np at the piece the engineer
on the express did not see the party
nn til within twenty yaids of toe ciost-
Eiploiiou or Locomotive Boiler.
Raltimorb, Md, Keptemher 20.
Tlie ergine attached to the liultimoro
and Ohio train from New York due
here nt 8:30 o'clot k tonight, burst her
boi'er about a mile outside the city.
Tlie engine was completely wrecked
and the bapgaue and smoking cars
elcs oned. Fireman Oliarles Lizer
wts scHlded fatally and Enginner Jtt
miah Morninjwtar vim badly injured.
Ilnrrly Km Willi Their Live.
Halifax, N. S., September 2fl.-Thn
IntiT Oloninl exi row, from Qttboii
J,,r Hali ax, when about 100
miles notlh of Mouclon last night,
met with a dians'er. A Pullman cr
on the train ought fire from a atove
shortly af;er U innm'ea had retired,
and was completely destroyed. The
paxfengeis bnroly ust'spud. Some of
thnin with nothing on but their night
clother, lurhcd into the pasteugor (Mrs.
Tral X New OrlenuN.
Nkw Om.ianb, La., September 20.
This afternoon Frank Water, a City
Item reporter, was on bis way home
in a f treet ca-. When the car reached
the coiner of E'yslan Fields and
Dauphin s reet", Jo'eph Maker, an
Bisbtant as'-oainr, who Is known in
political circles ai an E'ghth Waid
DO' s, was standing on tlie corner.
Derailed Watt re from the car and
,wl.en Waters reached him, llakor
read fioin a fipy of the Jltm au ait tie
stilting that ynstorday was "pnlico
men'a day" In the Fiist Congressional
District, Hnd the to cilled "guardian
cf tl e peace" had hold high revel at
the polls in the K guth Ward, where
they manipulated the elect on in a
manner that would make ol J time
nmirpRis blush, etc. Hiker tHked
Waters if he had written the article,
and upon receiving an alllruiitive
reply, lie denounced Waters in vio
lent terms and Waters (truck him iu
the face. Biker then stepped back,
drew bis revolver and Hied three
shots at Waters, who, in the mean
time, had uleo drawn a piftol and
fired one shit at Bhker, the ball en
tering the tatter's abdomen, inflicting
a mortal wound. Wa'ers was on
hurt. It W bi-lieved that Bukor can
not live till morning. Waters has
PoInouimI b h olorrrt Nrrvnnl.
Marshall, Mo., Sept ember 27.
Mr. and Mrs 6. L. Miller and Mr. and
Mrs. F. L. Uibbs, who live ten miles
aotithwest of here on the II 11 1 farm,
"j 'fame violently ill yesterdiiy morn
ing from the effects of poisotiod
viciua's ealen at bioukfatt. The two
men when they became sick were at
work on the highway and were bath
overc mie at the same time with grip
ing pains aiid viulent vomiting. They
Ware taken home by the men who
worn woikii g with tl.em. When they
reached homo thy found their wives
in the fame condition, both of them
buing in bed and nt able to move. A
phy -iuitn was sent for, and on hii ar
r.Vul he jrjiioutued the ajmptoms
pulton ng. An a. t dole waa'ad minis
tered, and all are now out of d trg r.
T.if giMie-al suppesitlou is that a 11
y' ar i.ld c ilortd girl who is employed
in the cpicltyof mute to Mrs. Miller,
adininii-toied the p' ifon. 8he vn
pnniHhed a fnw days since, and has
I) 'i n iu bad hnmi r about it.
Rlnbbed Iu lienlh.
Ciiicaoo, li.t, S'p cmber 27. At
1 o'clock this nio-niiig a stubbing af
frv occurred on Weft Madison s'reet,
mar Denpiainpg, which resulted in
the death of Frai k Sherwood. At the
hour mentioned PeWr Madden, Frank
Siierwo id and an unknown ihhq hlioi
on Mad iron street, ju t west of Den
pla ntsjoudiyarmiing. It mouis that
ti e unknown man wai roped in hy
the others, who were trying to get him
t exhibit hie p ckeUook, hy making
a 15 bet. No attention was paid to
thnqnairul until fc'heiwoid s!aggired
off the side alk, while blood poured
from a wound in hi abdomen. Oilieor
itoed snested Madden, but the nn
known man escaped. Sherwood wis
taken ts the County llon'ital. where
he died an hour later. Madden re
fused to tay anything in regard to the
nutter. All the parties Lai been
4'lmrtrr Oftk AIDilm.
llAKTroBD, Conn., September 27.
letters from Mr. Bartholomew in
M ntrtal says that he alwnjs believed
he could pay all of h'S own obhga
tions.atid th it he thought tho ciri or
ations he imlorfod for would event
ually make t'leniaelves good, lie of
fers to do all he can to tielp his cr-d-itots
renliztf on h'S easete. J. W.
Bio kH and V A. S edmiin have etch
qna'.ifl"d an locivera of the Charter
Oa 1, to luHirance Ci mpanv for
$ Jolt.tX 0 each. The s atomeut of the
Haitfi.rd Si k Ui.inpany shows its
h j) 1 BibaLkiup cy.
lUnrovrry nt hii I nl nolve Fence.
1'irmmjim, Pa., September 27.
mine iMoirg a aieoMlerty tioune on
D -my alley lonighl th po'ice die
covered an rx cub vh fence. La'gtt
lot ci silks, saline end jewelry were
Jouii'!, and it ia believed that several
thoti'urd dolliua wir h of stolen
goods Hrettill ircreted in the house.
Henry limner md his wife, Sadie,
tue cccup.inte, were arretted.
TiKlirltMl liir MitUNliiiialiter.
lli rt'ALO, N. Y., Scpt' iuhtr 27
Voi.duiitir llarrii'O'i and Kigiiuer
ItiHwer, ' f ti e en ui-iu tra'n in col
1 einn t 8 lvr C e-k, have bieu in
dm'ed f r niai e'aug'iier by the irrand
jury a1 Msyviile. Tliey n l.e d in
tWO bail to' h. Their can, s may be
tiitd n: xt iniiu'b.
A r tori. niHl Acli-rane Arrlvnl Ml 1 tl
Nw Yi itK, S. pt inber 27. Thrre
wai an inll.ixnl act .rs ad cede sea
ironi E i'oio yrst-iday. TheAuratiia
brought over Anguit in Daly com
pany and Violet Cameron and her
troupe; a'sj F. A. French, MifS Came
ron's manager, and Lord Lomdale, her
treasurer. Misj Cameron's bueband
arrived ten minutw ahtadof her, on
the Alaska. Mrs. Langley and Mr.
OtiarlfB Oghlan, her leading rupport,
cme over with their company on the
Alaska, as did aleo Dion Boucicault.
Pru dent Rob't (iirrett arr.ved on
theAurania Mrs. Lanitley tatd she
proposes ti remain in th s country.
THE AGKARIAX QIESTIOS
In Ilnly-Allelpll Troable Vm
lent Betnrdy I huad.
Waphinotom, Fej temher 27. Vice
Consul Touhay, at Tniin, in conclud
ing a report to the Htte Department
up n agriculture i;i Italy, says the
grain groweis in that dis rict are re
duced to a desLerats cotdition by
taxo-', h'gh lenfs, end above all, by
competition from the Un ted State?.
"fhe agrarian quts ion in lay,
be sayH, "is growing to be a great
natiocal problem, at d as f r the laet
five or fix years, the cnlliva'ion of the
soil bas teen conducted always with
out profl', and just no at a dead low,
the mu' terlngs and discontent in the
rural districts are glowing alarming.
The Italian peaant is hopelessly ig
norant, and ahhough he possesses the
right of being represeuted in Parlia
ment and ins sing upon some legiti
mate metsure of lelief, such as the re
duction of the heavy taxation under
which he specially labon, he cannot
extend his vision beyond hi field,
and his wrath is particularly diricted
a, a nat the laoded proprietors who
are seemingly bett.-r off than bimee f,
but who in rt-a'ity have to share the
eaine burdene. It is tlie o'd spader
of socialism, and unless a remedy bs
fuutd, end that ouickly, there is a
etrongliklihcod of trouble, not on y in
Piedmont, but all ovor this kingdom."
Mitten lalnnfl luillad Iter bed
Out In New doihftf.
Nkw York, September 27. At noon
today the Indians of the Pawnee and
Sioux nations and tbe group of Co
lnanchx Indians who have been with
the AVild West show at IC-aina,
Staien Island, wera toady for their last
dinner in the encampment before
loHVing for their homes on the rtser
vations. Tbey wora new clothes, con
sisting of coats, pants and Vdtte and
white shirts, and bad new ehnes and
broad brimmed felt hat?. Tbey go
Wf st by the Erie railway, tach tribe
having a special car, a? the Sioux have
a longer distance to tiavel than the
Pawnees. During tbe "Medicine
Dance," performed by tho Indians in
honor of Buffalo Bill on Saturday
nixiit, an eagle fe.-.ther was planted in
the center of tbe great tent where the
Indians were, and then followed a
wild d nce about the fea'her, which
no one da ed to t in h during tbe
dance unless he had killed a man in
bttt le and rould ptove it by some one
mesent. Rocky Bear, chief of the
Og.tllalU band, toucued it several
tune; so did Amoiiean Mora", the
warrior chief of the Hionx na ion.
Lono Wolf touched the feather six
teen limes and then plunued hii arm
into a largA k'Utlo of hoi ing water,
trim the bottom of which be took a
TbreuUni avarr man, woman or child Hrlng
in a region of country whore fever and ague
la provalent, line the gorint of malarial dis
ease are inhaled from the air and are swal
lowed lrom the water of such a region. Me
dioinal safeguard is ahiolutolr neoessarrto
nullifr this danger. As a means of fortify
ing and aoallmating the system so as to be
able to resist the malarial poison, llostetter's
rtouinoh llittors is incomparably the bestand
the moat popular. Irregularities of the
stomach, liver and bowels enoonrnge ma
larias but these are spoedily rectitlad by the
Blttors. The tunolions ol diiiention nd se
orotion ar i asslvted by its use, and a vigorous
as well as regular condition of the system
promoted by it. Constitution and physique
are thus delended agsinsl the inroads of ma
laria by Ibis raatchleis preventive, which
is also a certain and thorough remedy in the
worst cm ci ol intermittent aid remittent
Interrallnajr Eteftrleitl Itlapliiy
Mu.wAtiKUB, Wis., St-ptember 27.
A Wuapacn, (Wis) dispatch says tuat
an inter sting e oclr'cal display wai
Vt'i'nc8ed there during a severe thiiu
deratorm. Ttie electric light wires
which run alouir Main Blrett we:e to
heavily ctiariieii wltti electricity tuat
large balls of tire were s en hanging
ormipendoit in the air j''st below
tiitm. Ucciisionaiiy nne wotiia ex
pi ;do and a number of perfous in the
vicinity recoived Bevere shocks.
Hay Fkvkh is a type of catarrh liav
ing peculiar symp'oms. It is attended
bv nn inlUuVd cundition of the lining
liienibrHiio of the noftiils, tear-duc's
Biid t'Toat. efloi'tinu the lung. An
acrid luiiciifl ib b cuted, the di oharge
ia accoiuimiiled it. U it tiurnlng eoutiv
tion. Jhi-ro o severe 8':asa.a ot
Bnei . nir, Iieiiiien! attacks cl Dead
H.ctie, watery and intl snied eyes. J'.iy s
Cream llaliii is a remedy that con be
depended tiiion. 50 ct. at uruttitiats;
by ma 1, r gteied, (10 c's. Ely Bros.,
Drnggials. 0wcgo. N. i.
Arllvllr in the Winilow Ulnaa In
riTiMiiUBO, Pa., September 25. By
way ol atonuiu: 1st the lotie dlpput
over the wase scale in the window
glass liuiustiy there is great activity
(Iihoihvi'iI am.ing the various uctortes
in I'liiKliurK. ii. (J. uuoniniiuarn o
Co. 'a factory has firs in and will com
mrnce blowing next Tuesday niuht,
lines s Co. and Abel, Smith & Co,
will nt.-o blow on Tuesday niitht. Phil
lips & Co will start next Thursday
niitht and I'.itop A Co. will reBtime
week from tonmht. Fire is olso in at
McKee & Co.'e. Chamber A Co.'s,
Thos. Wighiman A Co.'e snd Wolf,
Howard & Co.'s. and an early start is
a mired in the entire Pittsburg dis
tant Socre'arv Grade, of the Win
dow Glass Workers' Association, hts
received advices i om other point) in
the Wt stern Diattict indicating tbe
same measures of activi y.
A tlONT I.IHKKA1. H .K(
Tub Voltaic Bklt Co., Marshall,
Mich., offer to send their Celebrated
Voltaic Bklts aud Electric Appll
ancea on thirty days' trial to any man
nlllictod with Nervous Debility, Lose of
Vitality, Manhood, etc. Illustrated
pamphlet in sealed envelope with full
particulars, mailed free. rue tuem
Nlmiiiirra In Nl. l.onl l."t Wrek
St. Locis. Mo.. S. titember 27. Re
turns made !v rai road companies an
sttMiuboat lines show that fully 15
tHi.l people were hioueht to tins cit
la-t weik ti wilneo the display at
teiident tion the Knights Templar
pnre u.ii Liver Oil, witn Hypo
phoephi'ea, in a most valuabla remedy
for co'iptiiiipt on. ecrolula, wasting die'
eaeei of ci ildien; colds aud chronic
coiu.hs, and in all conditions where
there in a Irgs of tk'sh, a lack of nerve
power and a general debility of the
OUR NATY AS IT IS
AND IS TO BE IN ABOUT FOUR
We Are Now the Weakest Naval Pow
er In the World; We Will Then
Take Second Rank.
Wahuinoton, Septi mb r 27. Chief
CotB'iuciorWiisuntsiimates the active
life of the wooden ware ships of our
prt sent navy 85 fallows : The Tennes
iee(the only one eittiaed as fird rale),
iiix months; the Trontoa, Omaha and
Vandalis, second ratts, and the Mohi
can, third rate, feo y.arsj the Lan
caster and Brooklyn, tecondratw, snd
the Adams, Alliance, Essex, Enter
ltrite, Nips'c, Ta'laporsa and Yaniie,
third :ates, six yer; the Hartford,
Richmond and P nsaools.s cond rates,
and the Juniata, O sippe, Q linoe
baug, Kwatara, Galena, Marion, Iro
quois and Kearsarge, third rate?, five
yearB. Thete, together with the ircn
stilt s Monocacy, Alert snd Ranger,
third rates, and the Michigan, Pdloa
and Pints, fourth retsa, conbt.tute the
available fighting force of the present
navy. The most powerful of their
weapons are the converted gun?,
having a range of perhaps two miles,
excelled arms for opeia iona against
wooden ships and ancient fortifica
tions, or for shelling towns, but io
ellicient against the modern armor.
The very be3t of these ships is
held by cur naval author
ities to ha far behind the times, as
a reliance for ofl'enee or defense iu
actual warfare. Tbe 1st of ironclads
comprifes more than adoxen mcn'tois,
but rotio of them are in condition for
service at this time. With this show
in tho United States is placed by her
own authorities at ti e foot of the list
ot naval powers '.a the essentia1, mat
ter of ships and guns, there being
three South American, two Asiatic and
fi'taen or s;x een European powerB
which outrank us. That poitton of
our prospective "new navy" whose
constru'tion has already been sanc
tioned by Congress, numbi-ra eighteen
ships of all clas, to c tt an agnregAte
of something more than $20 000,01)0,
and the I.'bi of which, bsriing acci
dent or the failure of appropriations,
is expected to be atloat four jera
hence. They are required to be built
entirely cf metal, ar.d no device known
and approved at tbe date ot their
planning to secure efficiency es light
ing machines hai baen or is to be
omitted in their construction. Their
armament throughout will be of the
modern h'gh powered gins, tbe
laruebt weapons at r resent con
tatnp'attd ceing the twelve-inch
breech-loading rifle, carrying a
miBHile which weighs more than 800
piuads and lequiring more than 400
pounds of powder for ea h ditcharge.
The theoretical range of such wrapons
ia about twelve miles, but difficulties
in tbe mat er of elevation and ( ther-
wise serve to reduce this tome what in
prait'ce Seven of these ships are to
he armored, tne Heaviest prooaoiy
carrying sixteen incuts ol steel as a
rotection. roree win tie proteceu
cruttert that ip, vessels wtioae ttnex
lower decks of steel dip their edges
elow tbe water line and serve as a
protection to the mtchinery, maga
zines and other vital parts of the vet
eels. The oihers wnl be four steel
cruisers, two gunboats, one firibclrsi
torpedo boat ana oue dynamite gun
cursor. Of the B'eel ciuiatrs the Dol
phin, 1500 tons displacement, is a!
leadv comp'eted; tbe Atlanta, 3000
tons, is on her trial trip and ber arma
ment is being tested, while the itoston,
3000 tons, and the Chicago, 4500 tons,
are far advanced iu co attract ion. Five
of the armored vetsels are cf the dou
b e erect monitor class, which designed
to carry four heavy h!gh powered guns,
throwing oiHJ pound sDetis witna pos
sible ranire of ten mihs, TheBe snips
were planned ten years ago, jouut
less if planned today some change
would be made, but tney are, never
theless, spoken of by Commodcre
Wils in iu his lest annual report as
tbe best type of coast and barbor de
tente vessels in existence. Though not
designed Lr ciuising tbey can in
emergencies be cent abroad, their sea-
wortmnets having been well tts'.eu in
the pa-X Congress has now supplied
the means fur furnishing these ehtps,
aud the work is progressing rapidly.
The Miantonomah, 3S15 tons, will Le
ready for BBLVica this year; the Puri
tan. 0000 t ns. has her engines in
place and is nearly rtaly for ber
armor, while the Teiror, Amphitiite
and Manadnock, 3S15 tons each, are
now receiving their machinery. The
otliur two sraiorcd ships have not yet
entered upon their fiiBt etitgs of ex
istence, their construction having
only boen authorized by Corgrees at
the eud ol its latt se-Bion. liieyare
to ha r,f GOOD tons displncement,
to have double bottons, engines 1 -eigned
to drive them at a epeed of
sixteen kuots an hour and complete
torpedo outfit and armament of the
most affective kind, and are to cost rot
more than $2,500,000 each. In
the mere matter of displace
ment these ships will exceed by near
ly one-fourth the hrstaud 1 urgent of the
present naval vetsole, while in speed
and ellectiveness tbey are intended
to compate favorably wilh tbe belter
cla'HOl European cruieera. The dy
namite gun cruiser wi l be a novelty
compared to probably nothing now in
existence. The Secretary of the Navy
ia authoiizsd to make a contract with
its inventors for its cor.s'.t action and
the department will have little or
nothing to do with the work beyo nd
passing judgment upon the plans in
advance, and the result at its cimplo-
tion. The conditions imposed by the
act of Coniiress contemplate the con
struction of a vessel 130 feet long, pro-
joruunaiHiy very narrow ana ol very
ight dra't, with exceedingly powerful
ei'gtne, guaranteed to be capable
of prontcing a speed of twenty
knots. In brief, the plans of this
craft are understood to look to the
placing of the machinery and other
ordinary appliance of the eliip toward
the now or strn, leaving the region
amidships for the magazines and
pneumatic guns, the la'trr being fixed
in noeition and having a high eleva
tion. The dynamite niissilts will be
thrown I ke bombs from an ordinary
mortar. With all these vessels all at,
the Un ted IStatis as a naval power
will outrank Brazil, Chili, the Argen
tine It-pnblir, Chi ca, Japan. Greecp.
Norway, Portnual aud Sweden, ntid
will be abrenst of Tuikey, Spain, Hol
land and Denmark. Hhe will slid be
outranked by Knglaud, France, Ger
many, Austria, 1 aly and Kuisia
ureof Livrr l'oiiiilnlnl.
InwA Falls, Hakdin Uo., Ia.. June
8, 1S85. I have been using Allcock's
1'oroua TiitHturs lor four ytaig and
think I could not Rtt along without
thfiu. For a long tinia 1 was iitllicW
witii a rain under my right shonUlor
b ade; I alo had couBidpruWeditlicul
ty in breathing. 1 applied an Allcock's
Porous Plaster on my back and one on
my chest. I kept changing them ev
ery four days, and at the end of three
weeks was entirely cured.
B. S. Sit V E.N S.
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nent benefit. Amonjr tho."smhcr were one or two specialists. Tho medicine tbey applied
was like lire to tlie sorej.riep'mig intense pain. I saw a statement in the papers telling what
8. S. S. hail done for otftr similarly afflicted. 1 procured some at once. Ik-fore I had need
the Second bottle tho neighbors could notlco that my cancer was healing up. My general
health had been nad for two or three years 1 hao. n hacking couga ana spit blood contin
ually. I lir.d a severe pain in my bream. After taking six bottles of S. S. 8. my congh left
me and I grew stouter tliun 1 hud been for several yeurs. My cancer has healed over all but
a little spot ulKiut the size of a hair dime, and it u rapidly disappearing. 1 would advise
every one with cancer to give B. f. b. a fair trial.
Mils. NANCY J. McCON'AUOUEY, Asho Grove, Tippecanoe Co., Ind.
Fc. 16, 188(1.
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BOAIIIJ OP TnUHTBBS.
NAPOLEON HILL. MICHAEL GAVIN. J. fl- HANDWERKEBJ
LOUIS H ANAUER, T UO MAS BOY LB DAVID P. HADDEN.
LAZARUS LEVY. JOHN W. COCHRAN. JAMES A. OMBERft,
ANDREW RENKERT. SOL COLFMAN. EWD. GOLDKMITU.
JAMES B. KOBINSOlJ. WM. RaIZKNSBROKR. ' HARD WW PKRK3.
sr Deposit! reoeived In sums oi 91 and upward, and interest allowed on same Semi
annually. SW We bay and sell loeal Investment Domli and Securities generally, pay taxes, act ill
trustees, and, in general, execute any financial business roquirinf a sale and responsible
rafta, In sami to suit purchasers, on all parti of Europe,
aver We have a commodious Vault for th deposit oi valuables, which If at th, lerrloa 01
our customers, Fre or I bareje.
D. P. HIDDEN, TreBident. EWD. HOLOSMITU, Ylce-Presldent
. JAMES NATHAN, taslilflr. ,
Kos. S01 and 203 Madison Street, ileniphis, Tenn.
LATEST IMPROVED lIUt,l.EIt OINS.
JJEST Tnrnonl and Nnmple Onaranletd. Good weights, and remittances proms
ly made. All Cotton Inturad while in Transit and at Gin. Sacks furnished on ai
plication. We use the "Patent 1'iilonclrr" and unload all wagon eotton. Give us atrial
NAPOLEON BILL, President. W.N. WlLKERSON.TIcfrPresldetta
II. J. LYNN, Cashier.
in p Liiy m & bu
DOES A SEHEBAI. FIBS A.SD iHBLHK BESIHEM.
A QUARTER OF A RSILLION'COLLARS FULL PAfo CAPITAL
H. rURSTSNHKIV, WM. I. COU . JAMES BULLY. JOCTf L0AM
B. MAMbUKbU, LI. . MI tta, W. O. UiMLil. (
Offiee-lO M aillnon Street, Messapbls, Tetlb
BY MUTUAL CONSENT, the firm of Alston, Crowell k Co. is this day dissolved, E. W,
Crowell retiring. The remaining partners, P. K Alston and H. 11. Maury, will con
tinue the business at the old stand, corner
and oolleoting all outstanding acoounta.
Memphis, Tenn., September 1, 1886.
mrOn retiring as above. I bespeak fcr my
age heretofore extended the old firm.
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AW AID rLAaiaKiix, hatt-taju.
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Molding, Lumber,
Lath and Shingles, Flooring, Ceiling and Cedar Posts.
I. C. FEARCE.
Cotton Factors & Commission Rlerch'ts,
No. 280 FRONT STREET, MEMPHIS, TENN.
Cotton Wnrshnnss-Nes. 8 nnd 0 1'nioss Strret.
D. W. FLY, F. B. HERHON. ' SAM nOBSON.
Late ot Commerce, Miss. Late ot Cofleeville. Miss. Late of llrooks, Neely A Co.
FLY, HEREON & H0BS0N
Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants
324 Front Street Memphis Ternr.
1. !?, WVEE & CO,
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Mold lnes,all kinds of Door and Window I
Frames, Bracket?, Kcroll-uork, Bough and UresHeil i
Lumber, MiIiirIo, Laths, Water Tanks. . ;
All kinds ot Wood Work Executed at Short Notice. , i
Nos. 157 to 173 Washington street, Mempliis. Tenn.
W. A. GAGE & CO.
Ho. SOO Front Street. ; Memphis. Tena
(NCCCEfiSORS TO H. EACH AM A HORTON
Old Stand. No. 0 Union St.. Memphis.
FIRE, INLAND AND MARINE.
THE BLUFF CITYHSURANCE CO
OF MEMPHIS. TENX.
OFFICE-No. 285 MAIN STREET.
J F FRANK W. A. GAGE. M.GAVIN, J. W. FALLS
U.M. JAMES, DAVID P. HADDKN. J. C. NEELY.
J. C. SifcKLT.I'rn.l.lent. n V. HAWPKW. V lif PrtHi't. W. M. WOORB. See.
W. N. BROWI,
2G6 1'ront Street, :
ton Gfin, 4
Front and Union streets, assuming all Mabiliuef
E. W. CHOW ELL.
r. d. hub ' .
H. H, MAURY.
successors a continuation of the liberal patron
E. W. CHOWELL.
JOHN L. MoCLELLAN.
MANUFACTURERS OF h j
: Memphis, Tenn,