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MEOTHIS DAILY APPEAL THURSDAY, MARCH 18, 1886.
TO NEGROES SHOT DDWJ M? SftSS
Greencastle, Ind. Mr. and Mrs.
A MOB IJf A COURT-HOUSE
NEAR GRENADA, MISS.
One of the TTorst Tragedies
E? er Occurred In ttie State
Tbo Grutiam Case.
ISrtCUL TO TBg 1PPIAL.I
Grenada, Mink., March 17. Xt
of a terrible tragedy rnai'tei at Car
mllton, an. interior town twenty-four
nulen Boiunwest of drenada, was re-
ctivea here this evening, rifty men
rode into the town, repaired to the
courthouse where thirteen ne'Tees
were waiting for a trial to commence.
when the white men walked in, shot
ten of them dead and mortally
wouiHled the other three, it crew
out of the attempted assassination of
James Liddell, a prominent eiti-
inn, who was shot and seriously
wounded by these negroes several
The Graham Mai-drr Cast,
IftTBOlAI, TO TBI APHAL.1
MMtiNGFiEin, mo., March 17. At a
lute hour last nicht Graham gent a
. letter to the Ileraid stating that Char
lie told the cxaet truth yesterday on
. the witnei8-Btand, corroborating the
tati!ninW that Mrs. Molloy was on
bur lap at Elgin, and in bed with him
at Washington and on the Molloy
arm. lo-day Uharlie was cross-ex
amined, and is still ca the stand. He
bears up well, and does not contradict
himself in any essential matter. He
told of iiiarrel at Elgin between his
, mother and Cera and Mrs. Mollov.
, The latter was deeply affected, and
,. broke out crying. Cora showed no
amotion. The families visited each
ther in sickness, notwithstanding
, the quarrel, and during the Elgin flood
the Grahams, when driven out of
- their house, went to the Mollovs.
' Charlie repeated the statement that
Mrs. Molloy frequently sat on his
': father's lap in her house at Elgin. His
, lather put Ins arms around tier. Mrs.
, Mollov had sat in witness's lap. He
' tried to reach around her but she was
too big. The witness gave in detail
the life of the family at Washington,
and told of quarrels between his
father ami mother on account of Mrs,
sioiioy. i. name never lieardhis fattier
say anything about Mrs. Molloy try
ing to make a hetter man out of lnm,
hut had heard other folks sav it.
Avery effort to break the witness
down has failed. The cross-examination
was really beneficial to the State.
Court adjourned with Charlie on the
-stand. Local interest in the case is
unabated, and the court-room is
The Rock Itlaad xpreas Bobbarj
Chicago, III., March 17. Within
the past twenty-four hours events
; have t anspired which have estab-
; lished the conviction among detectives
that Mike Humphreys is one of the
men who robbed the Rock Island
train and murdered Xelloecr Nichols
Humphreys's supposed accomplice in
' the crime is known t9 the police by
ine sonnquei oi "rexas. lie is a
broad-Hhouldered, muscular fellow,
five feet eight or nine inches in height,
,-, weighs about 170 pounds, and has jet
r black hair and mustache. "Texas"
' was known here to certain detectives
as an ex-stage robber. He came from
the far West, and though not at all
communicative about his past, it
leaked out that he left the West to
avoid the ardent pursuit ol a lynch-
, ing party. It is said that ho and
Humphreys were companions. They
were seen together very often in the
neighborhood of South" Halsted nd
Madison streete. About three weeks
ago they disappeared very suddenly,
the detectives as yet not being able to
understand why, and this phase of
the matter is made still ' more com'pli-
caieu uy coniucnng statements to tr.e
ruct that both men were seen on
West Side during the latter part of
last week. At all events investigation
in'o the career of both men has led to
the positive belief tbat they are the
rlorence occupied a private car en
route to Louisville. At Greencastle
three rough looking men jumped on
to the platform of the car and tried to
force an entrance. Seeing Mrs.
Florence one of them said: "That's
the woman with the diamonds." The
brakeman took a stick and lieat them
back and forced them off the plat
form. Mrs. Florence thinks the men
were after her diamonds, all of which
were on the car.
Shot by a Barglar.
Richmond, Va., March 17. Police
Sergeant Brooks was shot earlv this
moniintr, just before the fast mail left
this city, while attempting to arrest a
burglar who was trying to board the
train. The burglar"hnd been discov
ered attempting to blow open the safe
of Hermann Schmidt, grocer, and was
traced to the depot. Ho escaped after
shooting Brooks and exchanging sev
eral shots with another otlicer.
Brooks's wound is very severe, but is
not believed to be fatal.
DISAGREEMENT BETWEEN THE
TWO HOUSES ON THE
Keiesue and Appropriation Bills
Confirmation! by the Senate
THE WRECK OF THE OREGON.
A PaasD(ra a lory or (he Laaa of
Chicago. III.. March 17. A sneeial
dispatch from Boston, published here
this morning, gives an interview with
Mr. Frank Ordway, a member of the
firm of Ordway A Co. of that city,
who was a passencer on the stcainsliin
Oregon. Mr. Ordway asserts very
positively that the accident was the
result of carelessness. He is of the
opinion that the lookout and the offi
cer in charge had their attention
taken up by hoistina the mail on
deck and left the shin unprotected by
a proper watcn. He speaks with
great plainness of the pandemonium
which he says prevailed on board Die
steamer between the time of the col
lision and the arrival of rescuimr ves
sels, his account differing in a marked
degree from the narratives of other
passengers. Mr. Ordway savs: "It
was nearly two hours alter the acci
dent when the flags and signals were
run uii and the signal trim was fired.
This was a little pop which could not
he heard half a mile awav. Rocket
were also fired. The passengers grew
more anu more excited, and alter a
steamer answered our signals but
sailed away from us perfect pande
monium prevailed. There was no
order whatever, and it was everv
man ior mniselt. Uthcers. crew
and passengers .ran on deck
swearing and cursing. Finally a pilot
boat hove in sight and came toward
us. We signaled, but those on the
boat as one told mo afterward, could
not make out what was wanted, as the
niunia ciu txcueuiy given, liau
they not noticed that the shin lav on
the water motionless, thev would have
sailed away. Through their classes
they saw that the passengers had life-
preservers on. They put out a little
boat to find out what was the matter.
The boats had been got out, but there
was no discipline in handling them.
It would naturally be supposed that
hic ur vtuuiu nave a Bullion ai sucn
time, but there was absolutely no dis
cipline whatever. A rush was made
lor the boats by the men. petty offi
cers and stokers, who acted like
pack of howling wild beasts. The
women and children were utterly dis
. Am Embfiilrr Brought Back from
Chicago, III., March 17. Detective
. Matthew W. I'inkerton returned last
x night from Detroit, havinc in enstoHv
Lewis Bcnditt, one of the clerks lately
; -empioyeo ny ii. r air nan K s uo.,
!' who is charged, together with Frank
- .cisoree, wiui Having embezzled sev-
-eral thousand dollars from the firm,
t' and both of whom fled to Canada
,' about three weeks ago. Mr. Pinkerton
ascertained a short time t go that both
Benditt and Eisbree were in Sarnia,
Canada, and, proceeding to Detroit.
last week, succeeded by means of tele
grams and letters, and also by conver
sations which he held with Benditt
by telephone, in inducing him to leave
Sarnia and come to Detroit, where he
was arrested, and agreed to return to
inicago without requisition papers.
, uenaitt refused to make any state
ment whatever when seen by a re
porter, tisbree is still living in Sar
nia, nnderan assumed name.
Commoted lo Lire Imprlaonment.
ilminoton, N. C, March 17.
Henry tcott, a negro sentenced to be
hanged here to-day for rape, has had
ins sentence commuted to imprison
ment for life by the Governor. A pe
tition for commutation was signed by
me juoge iiciore whom Scott was
tried and a numlier of jurors and
prominent citizens. Executive clem
ency was exercised on the gro.- d tbat
guilt was technical and thw .isoner
considered mentally very weak,
j A Htnu'i Queer Freah.
Bi'ffalo, N. Y., March 17. Laura
Miller, aged nineteen years, hanged
herself in the attic of her parents'
house in this city, last night because
she was lorbidden to attend roller
Aiiemoira mia Wrecking la
; Sr. Lons, Mo., March 17. A
ppecial from Marshall, Tex., to the
Poit-Dizpatch states that an attempt
was made there last night to wreck
the nqrthbound passenger train on
the Texas and I'aeiic railroad. Some
men, as yet unknown, removed a rail
from the track on the bridge a short
distance north of Marshall, but the
mischief was discovered shortly be
fore the time for the train to pass, and
great loss of life and projierty was
The Graham Murder race.
' St. Lons, Mo., March 17. A
special from Springfield, Mo., to the
Punt-DinpaU'K says: In the Graham
murder case to-day Charlie Graham
gave further testimony of a damaging
nature regarding the relations of his
father with Mrs. Molloy and Cora Lee
before and after the murder. All ef
forts bv counsel for the defense to
the witness were futile, and
ercd to his former state-
Knoxvillc Tribune: The Democratic
primartf s to-cUy are virtually the city
Nashvillb Union: "How shall w
dispose of the surplus?" never rame
op under Kepublican rule. "Whm
shall we get more surplus to steal? '
Kept tnem Dusy.
Nabiiyilli Banner: The Democratic
Stst Executive Committee are taking
ample time to consider the qnettion
whether they will call one or two con
ventions. No intimation bai vet been
giving by any of the committee con
cerning the mooted question.
Nashvillb American: There seems
to be an epidemic of sneers at the
ranch canal enterprise at Panama.
Nevertheless it is French capital
which teems alone to have the nerve
to prosecnto aa undertaking which
should have been accomplished half a
Nabhvilli Banner: It aopeara that
the action of the State Republican
Committee in fixing dat;s for the con
ventions of their party is not alto
(tether ratisfactorv to Reonblicanx.
The National Review says it is receiv
ing letters from many parts of the
islate expressing dissatisfaction.
Nashvillb Am' r lean: Year bv vear
the wisdom and efficiency of Congress.
even in its legitimate sphere, is be
coming more and more a subject of
popular distrust. Its annual convo
cation sends a thrill of apprehension
and anxiety ti the most important
material occupations of the people.
Chattanooga Timet: Senator Kenr a
of West Virginia has Riven Mr. Ed
munds and his backers something to
do besides knocking their beads to
gether and grinning when they are
being answered, as they did daring
ine delivery oi senator fauna speech.
Ihe young Senator carried the war
Jackson Clarion: Three hundred
and fourteen bills, approved by
me uovernor, cave reached the office
of Secretary of State. A complete
hit of all bills approved to this date.
inclusive, w ill appear in to-morrow's
paper numbered to correspond with
the register in the office cf Secretarv
Thb Knoxville Tribune savs of the
Sena'e's attack upon the President:
The argument becomes painfully pun
gent when Mr. Blaine's new book is
quoted to show that the man for
whom the present opponents of Presi
dent Cleveland voted would, if elect
ed, have taken the same position as
Thb Nashville Union cava of the Sen
ate'a war npon the President : The
debate is moat fortunate for Democra
cy, in tbat it furnishes a rallying cry,
and the evidences are gratifying of the
closer feeling and independency felt
by Democrats. This debate and the
infamous attempt to help the Bell
telephone corporation disgrace certain
members of the Cabinet are sufficient
to arouse true men everywhere and
marshal them in line on the side of
decency and right.
IsriCIAL TO TBI ArrilL.I
Jackson, Miss , March 17. Senate
Bills parsed last right: For the relief
of the town rf Rolling Fork ; to amend
the charter cf Duck Hill: in relation
to public revenue; House bid author
izing the issuance el SHU.GOO cf 0 per
tent, bonds by the S:ats; House bills
to permit chancellors to take on sub
mission and tj decide cases in vaca
tioo, and to provide for the trial c
criminal cases in certain counties in
the Fourth Judicial Distric', where
the presiding jndge was counsel.
The committee to Investigate public
ouicee made a lengmy report which
was not read.
Bills passed to-day: To prevent
trespasses to personal pioperty ; House
bill requiring railroads to famish first-
class fare to passengers purchasing
nnt-ciass ticxets; aainoiizing toe Sn
pervisors of Marion to sit ten daya
wnen examiniEx aseenmenia.
The Senate receded from the amend
ment to the House bill appropriating
iuw ior removing Mississippi ex
hibits at tht Exposition iti New Or
The revenue kill and the diiagree
ment between the two houses on the
appropriation have consumed moct of
the morning session.
Gov. Lowry to-day for the kc ind
time nominated Dr. C. A. Rice as Su
perintendent of thelnrane Asylum at
Meridian, and he was confirmed by
Further confirmations bv the Senate
last nignt and to-day : V. ti. Camp
b 11 as Circuit Judge of the Fifth Jn
dicial District ; J. G. Hell as Chancellor
of the Third District: Messrs. A. M,
Clayton, G. II. Freeman, H. L Mul
diow, J. A. Orr, and Thor. W. White
as truttees of Ihe University cfMis
Mssippi; (j. W. McGinnis as Levee
Commissioner for the Yro Mississip
pi Delta; N. J. Fox as Superintendent
of ioductticn fjr Winston county.
has had but little to do today; waiting
ior tne actiox of the Senate on the
revenue and appropriation bills.
Jackson Clarion: The Senate yester
day passed a bin making the Kailroad
uominissioners a Board of Control of
the penitentiary, and authorizing the
ooard to lease ttie convicts prefer
ably for work on railroads, levees, etc,
This bill also authorizes and re-
quires the board to lease tho peniten
tiary 10 ine uun and rihip Island
Kailroad company, should the com
pany indicate its desire to accept it,
on condition that some of the convicts
will be worked on farms, for the sum
of 420,000 a year in the first mortgage
bonds of said company.
ine vote in la vor of the bill was
overwhelming, and is as follows:
lea. Messrs. Austin. Barron.Batr.h-
etor, Uinford, Boot he, Boyd, Brenham,
Buchanan.- Casev. Dickson. Dodds.
Gage, Gayles, Gully, Guyton, Hamil
ton ol llolmes, Houston, Luse, Moms,
racicwood, Keynolds, ttoss, Seal, Si
monton, Smitli, Sykes, Thrasher.Whit
nev and Yerger
A am. Messrs. Boone. Burkitt. Dil-
lard, Kemp, Lovel, Powel and Walk
The bill passed the House last niizht.
after a very brief discussion, by a vote
of 45 to 23.
ma - "
i if, confuse the
f I Ij the boyadh
man with the Diamond."
LnnsviLLK, Ky., March 1". What
jappeare to have lieen an attempt to
rob Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Florence, the
well known theatrical people, took
Sot Symplons, bat Ihe Diaeaoe.
It would teem to be a troth appreeUbla br
all, and especially br profemorf of the heal
ing ar', that to remoro tha disease, not to
alleviate it ajmptomi, ihould be the chief
aim of medication. Yet In how man In.
tancei do we lee this troth admitted in the
ory, ignored in practice, ine roaenn that
llofltetter'i Stomach fitters is successful in
so many cases, with which remedies previ
ously tried were inadequate to cope, is at
tributable to the fact I hat it is a medicine
which reashes and removes the causes nf
the various maladies to which it is adapted.
luutKepuun, lever anu ague, liver com
plaint, gout, rheumatism, disord r of the
bowels, urinary afiections and other mala
dies are not palliated merely, but rooted out
oy it. it goes to the fountain bead, it i
really, not nominally, a
it endows tba system
vigor which is Its bast protection against
The Milling Sanation at Hlnneap-
Minnrapoi.is. Mini.. March 17
The milling situation a( noon to-day,
as summed up by the ' Northwenbrn
Miller : The lowest stage to which the
water has fallen this year, and nrobs-
ably at any time, occurred Friday and
Saturday, while the average through
out the six days has been very low.
Notwithstanding this handicap, tho
mills make an average output of nearly
i.j.uuo oarreis. ine total product for
the week was 75,480 barrels against 70,
680 barrels the preceding week. Tho
power, while much improved Mon
day and Tuesday forenoon, began to
fall away yesterday afternoon, and by
night was very poor, continuim? so to
day. I lopesjaro entertained from the
rainfall to-day that a better power is
not fur away. This noon there were
fifteen mills running. Thure has been
quite an active export demand for
several days, and the flour market has
assumed quite a healthy tone.
Mr. I. B. NoxoN.cnshior of First Na
tional Bank of Sing-Sing, N. Y., suf
fered greatly from costi veness and dys
pepsia, due to overwork and want of
regular exercise. After wasting much
time and money in seeking a remedy,
he began taking the old reliable Brand-
reth s rills, two every night for three
weeks. He now has a irood annetite
and capital digestion, and will answer
any written or personal inquiry re
garding his remarkable cure.
An Intereatlna' Case.
PlTTsmiRO. Pa., March 17. An ar
gument in a very interesting case was
heard before Register of Beaver coun
ty to-day, on a caveat filed by the at
torneys of the Harmonist Society of
Economy against the issuing of letters
of administration to Charles Meyer of
Philadelphia on the estate of George
Bapp, deceased. Kapp was the found
er of the society. Since his death
claimants to the number of 105 in
Wurteniburg, Germany, have arisen
as heirs to Ins estate, winch has al
ready been administered upon. The
attorneys for the Harmonists claim
that the allairs have all been properly
settled under the laws of the associa
tion. Tho Register heard the argu
ment and reserved his decision.
Should he refuse to grant letters of
administration to Meyer, the case will
bo brought into the courts. The prop
erty involved in tho case is estiuiated
A Remedy for Lang Dlajeaaea.
Dr. Robprt Newton, late president of
the Eclectic College, of the city of New
York, and formerly of Cincinnati.
O., used Dr. Wm, Hall's Balsam very
extensively in his practice, as many of
his patients, now living, and reetored
to health by the use of this invaluable
medicine, can amply testify. He al
ways said that so ecod a remedy ought
tj be prescribed frtely by evety phy
sician as a sovereign remedy in a l
cases cf lung diseases. It cures con
sumption, and has no cqnel for all
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I am a native of England, and while I
wag in that ooantryl contracted a Umale
blood aeisoB, and for twa yean was under
treatment as an gat-door patient at Netting
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my bedy and limbs I bad vertigo and deaf
ness, with partial loss ot light, severe paiag
la my Bead and ayes. ate. which nearly raa
me eraiy I ut all hope in thai ceon try,
and sailed for America, and was treated at
Roosevelt la this city, as well as by a proin
iaeat physician in Maw York having no cen
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I saw the advertisement of Swift's Speaile,
and I determined to give It a trial aa a last
resort. I had given np all hope of being
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and I oan gay with great joy that they have
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aa I aver was in uiy lite.
h. FRKS HALF0RD.
New Tork City, June 12, lrsss.
Is tha life, and he la wie who remember It.
But in March of last year (1HM), I contracted
blood poison, and being in Savannah, Ga.,
at tha time, I went into the hospital there
for treatment. 1 suffered vtry much Irom
rheumatism at tha aume time. I did not
et well under the treatment there, nor was
cured by any of tha usual means. I have
now taken seven bott as of BwilVa Saeciflo
and am sound and well. It drove the poison
out through boils on tha skin.
Jersey City, N. J., August 7, 18o5.
Two years ago I contracted blood nolson.
After taking Dfesorin'lons from the host
physicians here and at Dallas, I concluded
to visit Hot Springs, and on reaching Teiar
kana a dootor recommended me to try Swift's
Specific, assuring me that it would benefit
ma mora than Hot Springs, Although tha
had produced great holes In mr bark and
caest, and had removed all tha hair oil my
head, yet 1 began to improve in a week a
time, and tha sores began to heal, and were
itiraiy gone mime or eignt weeks.
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where the bills are paid within the trst five
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makings. Bet price ol TWO DOLLARS per
thousand cubic feat.
hem mis eMLiaiirT tx.
, By I. BNSLKY, Preside!,
Job. rgiia, Beeretaiy.
Memphla. Tean., March 1, 1HSH.
fmST VtX' r,,BVaaadva1 User to eon-
It contains lists of
newspapers and estimates o tha cast of ad
vertising. The advertiser who wants to spend
one dollar, finds in it the information he re
quires, while far him who will invest ana
hui dred thousand dollars in advertising, a
s-heiue is indicated which will meet nig
every reuuirement, or can bo made to do ao
by slight change easily arrived at ky eorre
spondenoe. tna hundred aad fifty-three
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UNDER and by virtue of a certain deed
of trust eiecutcd October 6, IS',4, by T,
H.iMagee and Mary K Miigee, of record la
Ihe Register's ofhoe of Shol by county, Tenn.,
in Hook No. lill, on page ,7H, and an order
of tha Chancery Court of Shelby county,
lenn , entered October lit. 1HK! (AI. B. M,
rage 312), sn cause of Geo. K Duncan vs. T.
I. Magee ct al No 4W, K. D., defau t
having been made in the payment of the in
debtedness secured thereunder, and at tho
request of the bene ciary, 1 will, on
Tbnraday, INih day or Maroh, IstNS,
at 12 ra., sell to the higliest bidder, for cash,
at public outcry, in front of my office, No.
12 Madison s reet, Memphis, Tenn., the fol
lowing described real estate situated in Shel
by county. Tenn , to-wil: Being part of lot
No. 4, of the subdivision of the lands of the
estate !of Benjamin Duncan, deceased, and
bounded as follows: Beginning atastakain
the south lino of the original tract 63 chains
4U links oaat from tba southwest corner ol
aid tract: thence east 1ft chains 3 links to a
stake; thence north 33.29 chains to a stake i
thence west 16 03 chains to a stakoi thence
south 33.29 chains te tha beginning, contain
ing! fifty (60) acres, except about 2d acres ol
tha above tract convey
Henry Williams by deed
conveyed by Duncan to
dated Juno 1, 174,
to which reference Is made for fall descrip
tion by metes and boandg . leaving about 2t
aarea to be aold. Tha aanftv of redamntioa
and right of repurchase waived. The title to
aid land is auppoeed to be good, but! shall
sell and convey only as trustee without war
ranty. Th.g February 24, 1HHS.
i. M. UUtiftlUACI jTsgue.
Taylor A Carroll, Attorneys.
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reiuntpl bj Hatnral Una.
I'lTTsurRc, Pa., March 17. The re-
niftins of Milton Fisher of ('oluinl)UM,
()., were incinerated in Sampson g
Natural Gas Crematory this mornini;.
The boily was placecl in the retort at
7 :.'!0 o'clock, ami in less than an hour
was reduced to anheg. Hub was the
first time natural gaa has ever been
used for crematory purposes, and its
I advairtatfe8 were apparent at once. The
a radical remedy, and body was accompanied here by the
ISZVL"! relatives of the deceased and several
ADLER BRO. &C0.a 261 EIMN ST
Latest Novelties in Footwear
FOR SPRING AMD BUMMER.
AGENTS FOR THE FAMOUS
. L. DoaglaH 13,00 Calf Shoes
In Button, Lace and Congress.
aer Illnstrated Catalogue and Price-List
Mailed Free on ait'licainn .a
.ILL, FONipE & GO.
Cotton Factors and Wholesale Grocer
393298 Front St., JHempltla, Tenn.
DILL, FONTAINE 1 GO,
Cotton Factors, Commission Merchant,
To. HO Noil th Main Hi.. Hi. Lonli
L. S. MULLIK8, oi lata J. R. Godwin k Co. JAS. T0NOE, late ol J. W. Caldwell t Ot
MULLINS c& YONQE,
Cotton Factors & Com mission Merchants
Xo. 1 Howard's Row, Cor. Front and Union, Memphla.
Cotton Factors, Wholesale Grocers,
300 Front direct, x Memphis, Tenn.
A. It1. BOYD k SH
2Q4 Front St.. eor. Court. 31 empliU. Tenn
Wo A. GAGE fc CO.
No. aoo Front lStrM-., : MemphU, Tenn
J0HX E. RANDLE A CO., PROPB'M,
98 Second St. Memphla, Tenn.
FOUNDERS & MACHINISTS,
MANUFACTURERS AND DBAL1R8 IN
1 nglnem Iloilera, Kaawmilan,
Itrttdroril Vorn tuad M beat Mlllf,
-vwa . ix-rsn, 111 IS 11 Wgagn,
NgiafllDR, l?allya, ,ir.
HPIvTIAL MVTIl'R-W.arapreaarwd U til orxlaa.
on gav- Boaleo, for tha eale. ratad lediart lasagji
raagln- Pullaj. MTe earrr la stack OTear
Two Handred Assarted biecS.
lUJEDflEBKUSof ComoeMlM. F. M. lOBTLEET, Reeldent rrter.
SftFi Front Strt MwTnpTitw1 Temt fntoaej.
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ICIt'IIAlin A. McC'IIICDY, : t t I t I'rwslalonl.
flnrraaolor Valaea (mloraed oa PoIIcIshs.
la tha World
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JNO. F. WILKERSON, Agent,
IVo. 3 Cot 'On Fxrlmnye Unlltllng, itt ympiiin.
S1P0LE0N HILL, Frasldent.
W.N. WILKERSON, ThwPrttldeal
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Bon A tJHSIKllAL FIRE AMD JIABIMB BVSIMKHM.
A QUARTER OF A MILLION DOLLARS FULL PAID CAPITAL
WM. I. 0"LB. JAMES RKILLV
l. K. MYKKH,
Office-10 nml liton Ntref .
!tl e iii liliiw. Tenn
B, WITZMAOTJj Co
Wholemle Dealer and PablUhera,
Bolo Agents tor the lollowlnf first-CI ass InstrmenUi
PIANOS K"",CH Aft.-ViS5i&: rmA"
klir A -BTsU MAMS eft H AM 1 IK. rLOIIUM a W1UU. CHI
Mr A NBW T-OOTATI FIAHO fOR lao.-aaa '
Writ for CaUlnirnMi. Kon. 83.1 and 835 NEOOND NTm MEM PHI
U. W. MaCDAE.
SioceMora to rOHTEB, TATLOB A C0n
WO. SOn FBOUT RTRETTT. t t WBWPWTa. TCT
ANDREW STEWART, New Orleuu. ANDREW D. Q WYNNE, Mamphta
II UIIII1IIU IA UUI)
WholesaleGrocers, Cot. Factors
SO. 856 AND 858 FBOOT STREET, MEM 111 IS, TERN
STEV7ART BROTHERS & COIJPAIIY
COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MEKCHANTS,
1TKV OUI.FA1VN. TiriNIAlVA.
Oils cfb JSTELrtxl Stores
Olllce, 349 Front Street, Memphis, Tenn.
INToxv CiEtrrictgro Firm.
0E0. W. TOMLIN. o WM. BKNJKS.
TOMLEN & BENJES,
. MANUFACTURERS OF
Fine Carriages, Buggies, Extension Top & Ladies' Phaetons,
R04D WAGONS AND SPEEDING BIGGIES.
WE HAVE THIS DAY FORMRD A COPARTNERSHIP AND PURCHASED THB
Manufa"turmg Department ol the Woodruff-Oliver Carriage and Hardwire Co., and
laaaed tho building in rear of their repository, 17U Main stree, where we shall continue the
business, and devoto our entire time and attention to serving our oustoiners. We snail
nake Repairing a specialty and guarantee flrst-elaas work in all oaaes. Our Mr. TOMLIN
hag had charge of urn Factory for years, and is too wall known to require leferenoe.
Having sold onr Manufacturing Department to Messrs. TOMLIN A BENJES, we oheer-
fully recommend them tn our f-ienl and customer..
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