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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL TIIUKSSDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1880.
THE 142d CALL '.FOR THE
DE.WTI03 OP BOS OS.
Bell Telephone Salt Searching Clit-
nese Females General nash-
Waiitikotos, September 15. The
Acting Secretary ot the Treasury today
issued the 42dcaU for the tedemp
tion of bonds. Toa call is for J 15,-
OOO.0CO of tbe 3 per cent, loan of 1H82,
Notice is given tbat tbe principal and
accrued interest of the bonds herein
below designated will be paid at tbe
Treasury of the United States, in tbe
city ol Washington, u. v., on tne 1Mb
day of October, 1886, and tbat tbe in
terest on said bonds will cease on tbat
day, namely : Three per cent, bonds
hened under the act ot Congrear, ap
proved July 12. 1882, and numbered
as follows: (50, original No. 66 to orig
inal No. 103. both inclusive; (100.
original No. 777 to original No. 1521,
both li c'usive; $500, original No. 841
to orfg-nat number 4li, bnth inciu
aive; $1000, oriainal No. 2830 to ori
inal No. 4200, l oth inclusive; $10,000,
orignai'iNa. mil U original Xvo in,'
247, both inclusive: to'ai. f 18.000,000
The bonds Jescribed are either bonds
oi the "o. iinal" laiw, which have
but one cer.al number at each end,
or "substitute" bonds, which may be
distinguished by the double sot of
numbers, which are marked plainly
"orgirnl numbers'' and "eub.titute
number." All of the bonds of this
loan will bs called by tlio cr'ginal
1'iUtiea holding bonds called by this
circular can obtain iinmediute jny
ment with interest to dii'e of pre
sentation by requesting the same in
the lettt r forwnrdit'g te bomls for ra
dompt on. Mny of the hoods otigin
a'ly included in the abivo nnmliera
hava been transfirred or exchanged
into othor dcnoaiina'ionH on "waiver,"
the original miuiliHi's being rancnlcd,
or have been redeemed under circular
of Angutt ."0, 188(1, aDil leaving out
Blauding the ep,arfut amount above
stated. The paiSKiaph of the above
call authorizing! immediate payment
of bonds npjn preteutiition bcfjre the
date mentioned is a new ftthttuo, and
will be Incorporated in all succeeding
The Ilt ll Trlrilinne Suit.
Nkw YoitK.Septemliur 15. A Wash
ington Bneciwi t the 1'ott says: Mtssr?.
Goode, Chandler and Whitman, spe
cial counsel in the government suit
gainst the Tell Telephone Company,
will, it. is caid, leave this evening for
Uincinnnti, wnero tbe case will come
up for hearing on tne dumnrrer next
MondaV- Kt-S.)licitor Uonde Is re
ported to lay stress on the fact that no
model was Hied when the Bull patent
was isMio I, and will contend thnt this
informality invalidities the p.itont. To
this the attorney for the lied company
will reply, admitting thnt no model
wa filed, but contending that the law
making the tiling of n.odu's obligatory
waacofxr modified befoie the grant
ing of the Bed patent ai ti leave it
discretionary witli the Commissioner
of l'atents whether a model should be
required, andthHt nutie wai called for
in this Instance. EJ
Jenrrhliig lilurae remain.
Washington, September 15. The
Bscretury of btate a.jmtlme ago trans
mitted to the Treasury Dipaninent a
ompluiut mvle br the Cinnoe Min
htsr thnt certain Chinese fomalii who
arrived at San Francisco on the steam
er Kan .Pablo were, on their landing,
searched all over their persons by
nutle customs ollicerj at tha wharf in
tne presence of many speutat'iis, and
that some of them bad to take oil
their outer drescos reluctantly by com
pulsory ordtrs. A'tur nu exmniiia
tion of the faiti a rep'y wai today
made to the Secretary ot State slating
that the f'rualfs wtrs searched by
male custom) oflknrs iu the temporary
absence of a fumulo inspector; that no
personal search was made, but tbat
the femalrs were compelled to remove
from their bodies certtvn new and un
worn overcoati, which they wore, in
addition ta their usual raiment, for
the evident purpose of smuggling tbe
ramqintitbo United States. Fur
thermore, tbs rv'poits slattt that, "Al
though it whs plain fiom external
view, that these fuma'es had on their
bodies large quantities of other un
necessary clo' hing or ma'erial believed
to he smugiiled goodB, yet the surveyor
did not otder tbeir ptrs'ns soarched
for the ria outhut t'iere wai no iu
speclcrefs to perform that duty."
Will He ltrppiiificl I'DllI Fnrtlirr
Washington, September 15. What
Is commonly known as the "voluntary
bond call," or tbe circular of Auiiuat
80. h. itsued by Acting Secretary Fair
child, otl'tjting to redeem uncalled
three per cent, bonds to the amount
ol $10,000,100 if 'presented before Sep
tember 15th (today), has been so mod
ified as to oiler to redeem "until fur
ther notice" all three per cent, bonds
presented at tbe Treasury at par and
with accrued interest up to the date of
redemption. The moditluation ex
tends indefinitely the amount ol the
bonds that may be presented and the
date within which they will bs re
deemed. Hot Eatltlfd I Pnrrhnte Hone in
Washington, September 15. The
Treasury Department has decided that
Indians liviua in the United States
rear the Canadian frontier are not en
titled to the privilege of purchasing
horses and cattle in Canada and im
porting them Into the United 8 Btes
iree of duty, either under section 2515
of the Knieed StutuUs or otherwise.
The aeciiou of the law mentioned ap
plies only to peltries brought into the
tenitoryof tbe Unitod Status by lu
dianp, and the. proper goods aud ef
fect of whatever nature of Indians
passing or repassing tha boundary
line, and baa no reference to mer
chandise, animals, ttc., wbicti may
have been purchtard by Indians and
imported for the purpoie ol sale In the
Bid Invited for earning; Mall.
Wasuihoton, September 15. The
Postmaster General today If stu d ad
vertisements inviting proposals for the
performance on all the star andstHsm
boat routes, aggregating about 3000
miles in the Sta.es of Ohio, Indiana,
Illinois, Michigan, Wiscorsin, Minos,
it, Iowa and Missouri liora July 1,
1887, to June 30, 1891. Proposals will
be received until 4 o'clock p.m., Janu
ary 3, 18S7. Awards will fee made on
or befuie February 1!3, 1887.
Of pure Cod Liver Oil, with Hypo-
Jthospbi'es, is a most valuabla rsmtdy
or conbiiinpt'on, scrofula, astli g dis
eases of ciiildren, colds and chronic
coutths, and in all conditions where
there is a W as of 11-jnh, a leek of nerve
power and general debility of the
The ( blrnt Anarclittt Cairn.
Chicago, lit., September 15. One
the four attornevi for the aiat'i
ists claims to be in powes 'ion of fsdi
and lnlornmtion entirely new to ui
court, lie said today : "It is of such
nature tbat bad it been presented
during the trial it would nave certain
ly altered the verdict and there would
not have been any l;atn ccntence?.
We claim that anvthinir that would
have mitigated the penalty before the
verdict should now have a grf at deal
of weight in securing a new trial.. If
Jndge Gary does not grant a rehear
ing we are almost sore to get it from
from tbe Supreme Court on informa
tion and errorp."
JOCKEY M'CABTfll'S K0W.
II Bnua Aaralnut tar. Jfoooan, and
la Pol (abed Off.
New York Timet, J 2th! Mr. T. H,
Noonan, tbe well known manufacturer
ol o. 90 Chambers street, (ays he will
shortly bring suit for damaites against
the Delaware and Hudson Uanal Kan
road Company. A week sko last Sun
day morning the 1 o'clock train . over
the above road from (Saratoga was
thronged with passengers, the races
havinir terminated the day previous.
Jockey McCarthy was there, lie had
been very successful in riding winning
mounts, and nad been celebrating in
Just as tbe train was about to s'art
the jickey and his friends went into
the slo' ping car in which Mr. and
Mr1. Noonan occupied a berth. Mc
Carthy demanded that the couulo
should vacato it, and proceeded to
take poB-e?s!on. lie legnn bv throw
ing Noonan off tbe car. .Mrs. Noonan
cried for help, whereupon McCarthy
sezed her around the aist and
carried her t3 the etation platform.
Noonan is a member of tbe Har
lem Athletic Club, and can use
his fis's a little bit. Ifa proe eiled to
chastise McCarthy, and h pitched bat
tle ensued. Mrs. Noonan threw her
self before the infuriated jo:key to
Etotect her husband. McCarthy struck
er several time, bronklnir her gold
rimmed spuctachs and parasol. Mc
Carthy's two eyeB looked r.s if they
1 1 ad been made th objective ncint of
a bat'oring rain, lid w,s thorongLly
Mr. Myer J. Stoln, lnamtKinir. clerk
in Ex-ltecorder Jamts M. Smith's
ofhee, was a passenger on the train,
lie said yeeteiday to a reporter: "As
I b a iled the train canes and parasols
came eying around my head, and 1
heard the agonizing cries of a woman
whom a moment later I raw hurled
from the 'platform. She felt fainting
into the arms of a gentleman who wa
Blending close to the tars. Then
all was excitement and everybody for
tLc moment seemed to be lighting. A
detec lvo rushed into the crowd and I
saw two men (whom I sfterwaid
learned were McCarthy and Mr. Nco
nan) engaged in a hand to hand coin
bat. When they were separated Mr
Noonan's face was swollen and dir
colored, while McCarthy could hardly
McCarthy said yesterday: "The
night 1 left Saratoga I was feeling
pretty good over my luck, and took
out my fiieuds to lee the town before
departing. When we went to the
train I was little olf color, ss I had
imbibed pretty freely. Some one di
rected me to a car upon a side track,
and as L went to pass iutia berth I
ran against a man, who gave me a
push. I never saw the follow before,
and I puhnd him in turn, whereupon
he hauled off and let me have it be
tween the eyes. This I resented aud
we had a fight, and f r four days I was
unable to rido a race."
"It is said, McCarthy, that jou
truck the gentleman's wife?"
"That Is a Jin," indignantly replied
the jockey. "I never ruhod my hand
to a woman In my life. I am the sole
support of my mother aud my two
Bisters, and would as soon dream of.
hitting cna cf them bs any other
The liar for KrnrrMeiitntive llnac.
ball ItiillUlua IIi.oiii.
lOOBRXSrONDIXUS OF Till ATI-Kit,. I
Dykkbhuuu, Tknn., September 15.
The all-absorbing topic of conversation
in our county is the rase for Kpreten
tative between J. N. Parker, tha
regular nominee of tho Dumtcratic
party, and II. L. Fowlke.i, the bolt' rs'
candidate. The palooi meu and their
immediate Bymputhizjrs are making
strenuous ellona to boost dipt.
Fowlkce, but as one would, vory
naturally expect, the movement meets
no encouragement fiom the staid ele
ment of tho Democratic part v. nhich
condemns unqualifiedly the couree of
i;apt. rowikesin this matter. With
Col. T. E. Kidiardaon to champion liis
catife, "ehake his gory locks" and read
prohibitioniuts out of the Domociatic
psity. and the saloon men to cheer lor
him, lie cannot annuo any enthusiasm
for a holler, nor any prriudice against
the regular nominee ol the Democratic
party, whose worst sin is that he has
never been iu the Legislature
and is a aubmiBjionist with
pronounced temperance views. The
youug Democracy of the county, and
those whose love of party is strong
enough to control all personal consid
erations, will support the regular nom
inee (I'arknr) to a man, and at the
November election they will "snow
under" Capt. Fowlkes by such an
overwhelming majority that it will
ever after serve as an example for all
The York vllle Basoball Club came
down and "llaxed" the Dyersburg boys
in a very interesting game.
The building boom in . our town
does not abate. Some six or
eight buildings are in course of erec
tion and several brick stores. Signs
of an active fall business are beginning
to uiauift'Bt themselves.
. THE C0YINUT0X CANARD.
A Mellrr That Art blmtlinot
Sr. Lout. September 15. Chief of
Police llalh ran. ol East St. l-iouie, t--day
Bent further inquiries to theeberitt'
ol the county where. Arthur Arth
buthuot, the confessed murderer of
tho late ex-Major Bowman is
conSned. The niaticr has been
placed in the hands of Frank
Bowman, the murdered man's
son, and he will probably demand
Arttibuthnol's relurn to East St. Lou s
in order tbat the latter may bs per
sonally examined by the authorities
there. The general "opinion prevails
here that Arthbnthnot is a crack.
KnronrMKrrariit for tha t'rll.
So lona u tha fulllnr mbori of vitality
ar rapabla of bein rekindled Into a warm
and gonial iilow.iutt lo long there U huo
lor ttae woak anil eiBaelntef invalid. Let
Dim not, thcretor. itennond, but derive on
rouranniont from thii. and from tho lurlhor
fact that thrre la a rontorativo moat potent in
ronowina tha dilapidated owera ola broken
djiwn evBtein. Yea, tlianki to iti unexaiu
liled t jnlo virtnoa, lieatoltrr'a Htomafh Hit
tor; la daily rovivina atrennlh in tha ao'dica
ffTid hope in tho ininda ot the fonble and nor
voua. Aii'Otito, tetroahii.g aiecp, the apqui
aition o :tloih and oolor, ar,o blonainna at
tendant niton thnreoRrMtii-a .-n..Aa... HKl..l.
Wiiii i.ri.M.lc.a inviiorant tperdily Inltiati a
rVOi.d Carnoa to a SUIT, trful r,t,nlni.,n III.
(ruHion ia roatored. the blood lortititod, anil
auaionanr'o aflordrd to each li fn auMiaining
oran by tho itinera, whi.h ia im.flonaivo
aron to tho fminnine palato, vtnJ:o in
rVVin; oaitlon nd IhoNunhly talo. LiO it.
and rotiuia viror
DISCUSSION OF THE CAUSES
LEADING TO HIS ABBEST.
England Said to Bs Meditating
Urana Coop D'Etat-SIguiflcaat
-4 Appointment Notes.
London, September 15. A corre
spondent writes to tbe Timet, in refer
ence to tbe rsolntlon of tbe Limerick
branch of the National League, ex
pressing sympathy with Daly, the
dynamiter, whom tbe resolution de
ecribes aa "dying in a British dun
geon." Tbe correspondent reminds
Vim Ixmet tbat when Daly was ar
rested "there were fonnd in his bouse,
in Birmingham, letters from Brennau
which proved that it was Daly's pur
pose to obtain admission to the stran
gers gallery iu the Hoose of Com'
mons to throw a bomb on the table
during debate, the Parnellites, of
course, to receive caution beforehand
to absent themselves on the occasion.
If," continues tbe conespondent,
".uaiy purpose bad been successfully
carried out every leading sta'esinanin
the IIouhs of Commons, including
Mr. Gladstone, would have been
All Agreeable for tne Preaenl.
London, September 15 A ci-patch
from Vienna to the Timet rays that
Count Kaln"ky, Austrian Minister for
J'oreign Alt ire, has returnod from
Ostein, furnifhad with the rudiments
of an enttnte eordiak bftween the three
Emperors on tbe Bulgarian question,
at lor.bt so far as the immediate future
in concerned. "Italia," the dispatch
says, "recognizes ihe European char
acter of the liu'gartsn question, while
laying stress upon her special Interests
A Klaiiillcant Appointment.
Vikna, September 15. The Po?ii-
cat Corrtionderu' says that Gen.
Baton Kaulbaro, military at ache of
the Itu'Bian Emb.,,sy at Vienna, who
was summoned from Cdaca while
attending the Austrian manoe.uvern to
Jirost-JiUovsk, i'olaud. Iv the Uzar
last week, has been apr in tod Rosfeiau
Diplomatic Agent nt Sofia. If so, the
appointment must bs considered s g
nillranf, f s Gen. K bulbars is admitod
ly the best informed foreigner living
concerning the military all'aiis of Aus
tria. Probable Coup I'i:tn( by Enalnnia.
Pakih, SsptombtT 15. 'J'ke Jiemib-
lijue Franciase publishes a toleitram
from London whlcb states that Eog
land meditates a grand coup d'etat,
nrid will probably proclaim Egjpt a
British poseeaaion. They will, how
ever, adds the Jiepubliijue Franciase,
do nothing until she has a sufficient
force at Alexandria.
Nlr 4 harlot IHlbe In London.
London, September 15. Sir Charles
Dilke has returned to London. It is
already announced that he will re-enter
public life as the proprietor aud
editor of a London daily newspaper.
Seven Soldier Hilled toj a Bridge
Vienna, September 15. The sus
pension bridge over the Ostrawitza
river, in the town of Ostraw, in Moa-
Via, collapsed today while a rqnadron
ol uhlans were tiling acioss. The
uhlan eaad a number of .spectators
who wuie on the bridge watching the
soldiers were all precipitated into the
rivtr. 6evon persons wre instantly
killed, one ol whom was a uhla, and
many were lerioiisly injured. All tke.
injured were recovered fiom thrif)u
THE FIOUBES WK0SG.
Correction From Cavlagfou Abanl
the Reomt Npcnhlns;.
To tha Editors of tha Appeal:
Covington, Tknn., September 14
Not wiflhins to do Col. Josiah Pa'.tor
son tbe aliglitcat injiiBfice, I wih you
to correct a cloricrti uiiriUke wuicb ap
peared in the article headed '.'Another
Voice From Tipton" in Tuenday'e is
sue. The amount saved bf the county
iu the transaction a'luded ta was 170,
000, instead ol I7C00, which was a re
duction ol 25 per cent, on the total
dobt. Everybody in tbe count? is
pleased to hoar that tho two MDro
mics" are going to visit us and speak
by daylight, instead ol in tho daik, do
wa need all the light we cxn get to in
vestigate the dark Bputi of btate and
national politics, pKttictilarly peniten
tiary contract? and that misnomer,
protection, us at preeont defined in
I do not. believe tlint
Ayer'a .SnrsiipHi llluliiia
mi equal hs n remedy
for Scrofulous llu
nioi'D. It is pleasant
to take, glvea Htrencih
and vltfor to the lxxly,
and produces a mora
permanent, hutinc, re
sult than any medicine
I ever used. K.
Ualucn, No. Lindule,0.
I liavo used Ayer'g
Siunuparllla.ln my fam
lly, (or Scrofula, and
know, It it ia taken
faithfully, It will
this toiTlhle dlaense.
V. V. Kowler, M. D.,
For forty years I
have m tiered with Erv
alnvlrw. 1 have tried
nil sorts of remedies:
for niy complaint, but
found no relief until j
oo in in 'need using
Aver's Siu imparl Ha,
After tnklnn ten hot
Ilea of thin medicine I
am completely cured.
Mary I'. Aiuosbury,
Kockport, Me. ' i
I have aufTi red, fof
years, from Cutuirli,
wlileli va ro hevere
that It ilet roved mv
nppetile mid wenkenei
my syatein. After try
iui; other remedies,
and get tlii); no relief,
mriiii to tako Aver't
Sarsapni'llla, nnd.'iu r
few months, wnaeureil,
Stisau I,. Cook, PO!)
Allniny st.. Itoston
Is iierlor to any blood
puiitler tbat 1 liava
ever tried. 1 have
taken it UT Scrofula,
(' n n k c pt4Qtd
itlieuiniMltll sTt'Ceh i-d
much heTajifr tfrom It.
It la Kod, nlVo, for a
Jane lYiico, South
rteired by Dr. J.C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mats.
Trloo Bl six bottle., 5,
Fdstwor(h JSoiiriliPf nju! Day
KCliUIlL fiavYonnu Ladles and tittle Uirl.
Mrs. II. V. JAjl KltY K U', Prinelpal. fo. I
I'rnuhlln Mrl, ItHlliiuorr, !HI. Tha
kailt school year will begin on Thursday,
BrjalriMSMT Sill (lt0.
The most wonderful Tain-Curer the world has ever
known. Its effects are instantaneous.
Children Cry for
Buggies, Wagons and Earness,
NANCE COTTON PEESS,
S'ftam DiikIiick, flliulilucry of AH DescriptionH,
Wo. 332 SECOND ST MEMPHIS, TESTS'.
aaaaaaaaaaa i . aaiaa laiaawiaaii iVt mnnami mtKaK!m!aaasasiavrrmarw-rarm
pSITried ia the OmoilhB
'iiv,-iv PAaIi" rriri-w-xa, K7.l
Abont twenty ycaro ajro I iliacovcrcd a little Bore on my check, and the doctors pro
nonncod it cuncer. I hdvc tried a number nf iiliyaiclana, bnt withnnt rccelvlnjj anypcrma
neut benefit. Amory the uarnber were one or two vpcciallatn. Tho medicine tncy applied
wa liko firo to the aon', causing intense pain. I eaw a atatemcnt in the pajwra tcilinsr what
S. S. 8. had duiio for oihera fimilarly afilicted. I procurwt some at once. Before had used
tho aecond bottle the m t'liliura could noilco that my cancer was healing up. lly general
health had been bad fr two or three years 1 haa n hackiu:; cougn ana ejnt blood contln
nally. I hrd a severe pain in my breast. After takini; six bottles of 8. S. S. my coupn left
Cie and I grew stonier than 1 had been f.ir several yeura. My cancer hat healed overailhut
a HUle spot about the i.e of a half dime, and it U rapidly disappearing. 1 would advise
every uuo with cancer w ijivc b. H. ti, a fair trial.
Jliu. NANCY J. MoCONAUGUEY, Asho Grove, Tippecanoe Co., led.
Fc. 10, 1880.
Swift's Specific is entirely vegetable, and seems to core cancers by forcing oat tho Impa
Uea from the blood. Treatise on Hlood and Skin DiaeaMcs mailed free.
THE SYVlJfT SI'ECIKIO CO., Draver 8, Atlanta, Ga.
MnunfaQfiirers and lTlioIesirle Dealers in
No. 344 Main Street Memphis Tenn.
SSAnflKH atKWT ITPON APPI.irATIOlV.
fleer s Cotton Gin
IJMng from Mulberry to St. Martin Streets
Insurance and Sacks free. '
The Largest and only Complete Gin in the city.
ggTBest Vield. Best Sample
Z. N. ESTES.
I TO 1
Kos. II 1-2 and 13 Union
All Cotton Covered by Insurance on Seaworthy Ve3selsc:
in Ginhouse. Sacks furnished to responsible parties.
124 jiiid 120 POPLlTi STREET, MEMPHIS.
HERNANDO HCE GO
OF MEMPHIS, TEXN.
OrriCE-23 MiuHmoii St. (Desoto Ilnuk Building).
8. II . PUNSOOMB, R. L. COCHRAN, J. IT. MrDAVIIT, P. M. NKLSON.
h. UANAUKR. A. VACCARO. J. R. PKPPER, W. B. MALLORT,
N. FONTAINE, JOE. BRUCE. J. T. WILLINB.
S.H.DDNSC0MB,PreB't. J0S.URCCE, V.-Pres't. J.S.DUSSCOMB.Sec'j
J. R. DiT, W. II. HORTOI,
bt J. 8. Day A Son.' Lata of Maacham k Uortoi.
Hay, horton & bailey,
GROCERS AND COTTON FACTORS,
360-362 Tront Street Memphis Tenn.
fl;0 Q Chickasaw Ircaworlor
fit tc laaaaaian, a. iiiitj', Jc.if.
ii-'H S AvSiv1' on snort notice, for the elerrated Mflat
- 3T iJ t,si,-v. . A-r Wrouabi-Jivi lnllj. Wa earn in
'IffVam ssVHwn A for Os tiil"s7ne and Pr-Hat.'
LIVERY, BOARDING AND SALE STABLE,
No. 31 Second Street Merapliis, Tenn.
arTlno Hton lK.-ii srBtyllwh Tvirn outw.
Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants
No. 314 Front Street, Corner of Monroe, Memphis, Tenn.
IT. B. DO AN.
ESTES, DOA.V A CO.)
and Cotton Factors
Street, Memphis, Tenn
JT. W. BAILET.
Lata of Cill.T A- CoTlgtoJ
Second St. Ilemphis. Ten-r
,f-MFUNDERS & MACHINISTS,
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
uglnes, Itollers, SnwmlUs,
Itriwllord Corn and Wheat 3U1I
Cotton lre8s, Cotton CIlxiN
LOUIS HA.'J KE,
JOHN W. COCHRAW.
iii fit Bd i am. nc-m,
JAMES S. ROBINSON.
Denosltf resaiTad la anma n 1
V We bay and sell loeal InTeatment Bonda and Beooritiel (enerally, pay taxes, act al
trustees, and, in general, execute any f nanoial bruiness repairing a aale and roaponiibl
ter We issne drafU, In ram to init pnrehaiera, on all parta of Europe.
M-We have a eommodioas Vault for tlie depoait ot valuable!, which ia at tha aerrice el
onr oattomers, rrf. of Vitar-go.
I). P. HADBO, President. EWD. GOLDSMITH, Tic e-PresIdeat.
I JAMES HATH AN. CatJilPr.
Mew Cotton Cfin
Nos. 201 and 203 Madison Street, Memphis, Tenn.
LATEST IMPBOVED II1IJL,TII GlUX
EST Tnrnon nnd gnmple Cinnrnnle.ti; Good weiirlits, and remittnn'es promr'
If made. All Cottnn Irmirsri whlln In Trntitir. and ntljin. S.aIi. fnmliliAH an
plication. We use the "I'lttnit l uloadcr"
5AP0IE0N IULI, President. 5. W1LKEKS0JT, Tlce-Presltfeifc
II. J. LTN5, Cashier.
mnMs Citr Fire & Gen'! Ins. Co.
DOES A GEXEBAL FIBS ASD JfABISB BrSIITKU.
A QUARTER OF A IILLION'OOLLARS FULL PAID CAPITAL
H. IURSTKNHEIM, Wil. I. COLi. , 3 AMES RR1LLY. JOmTtOASO
8. MANSFIELD. D. . MTKRtJ, W. D. BETUELL.
OdcelS Elail!An Street, Memphis, Tenia
BY MUTUAL CONSENT, the firm of Alston, Crowoll A Co. is this day dissolved, E. W.
Crosreill retiring. The remaining partners, V. r. Alston and II. U. Maury, will con
tinue the business at the old aiand, corner Front and Union streets, a'uming all liabilities
and collecting all outstanding accounts. . W. CKOWKLL.
V. S. ALSTON.
Memphis, Tenn., September 1, 1886. H. H, MAURY.
srOn retiring aa above. I bespeak fcr my snocessori a continuation f the liberal patron
age heretofore extended the old firm. W. CR0WELL.
LLCOCHRAN & Co
AW AMD PIaiBS-MIIX, ATT'TABO,
Doors, Sash, Blinds. Molding, Lumber
Lath and Shingles, Flooring, Ceiling and Cedar Posts.
; M. C. PEARCE.
Cotton Factors & Commission merch'is,
No. 280 riaourT stueet, sesscpjzxs, tenx.
Oollon Warvlionat 7o. (J unci 9 I'tilon tfrort.
D. W. FLY. F. B. HERPON. SAM HOBSON.
Late oi Commerce, Miss. Late ol Cofleeville. Miss. . Late of Brooks, Keoly A Co.
PLY, HEREON & HOBSOi
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Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants
324 Front Strret Memphis Te-nti.
wm MABfilFl MR
Corner Adams and Second Sts.
WE DE9TRE TO CALL TOUR ATTENTION TO OCR LARGE STOCK OF FIKIS BED
MARBLK. We are prepared to furnish new work from latest designs on short notioe.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED TO BE FIRST CLASS
In every respeot and to give entire satisfaction.
We solicit joor patronage and request that jou call, examine onr stock, prices, etc..
before purchasing elsewhere.
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W. A. GAGE & CO.
JSTo. SO Front Street, : glepip1te Ten.
(NUCCKSSOKS TU MEAt HAM A HORTOW
Old Stand. No. 9 Union St.. Mnnnliis.
ST. CECILIA ACADEMY,
AEAU NASHVILLE, TEXX.
CONDUCTED BY DOMINICAN SISTERS.
Unrivaled not only In facilities for highest instruction in Languages, Muaic, Art, but also,
in location, henlthfulneaa, home comforts and training. .
TKRMS PKR A N MI M Payable Hall In Advance Bosrd. Bidding, Washing, Tuition In
Erinlish studies, French, German, Vocal Music in Class. f-OO.
lor rartioulars, apply to blii'ERIOH.
FIRE, INLAND AND MARINE.
BLUFF GITY INSUEAKC-Fi CO
J. F. FRANK.
I DAVID P.
II. M. J A.ll liO,
J. C. KCEI.T, rrcaldent.&U. IJ. vADIi:"l, Vlelrca't. W. U..HOOIlE,Nr
J. O. HAIfDWERKERJ
DAVID P. HADDEN,
JAMES A. OMBEKU,
.nauil. and InUraat allowed on a. ma Saml-
and unload all waion cotton. Give as a trial-
JOHN L. MoCLELLAN.
. J. W. FALLS
J. I . HtLl,