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LIMED BY MASKED MEN
THE LOSAJi FAMILY MURDERER
HANGED BY A MOB.
Insisted to the Last That He TTaa
Innocent Other Crimes and
Si. Loum, Mo,, Oc'ober 5. R. I
Wallace, the murderer of the Loean
family of five perfons father, mother
and three children was taken from
the jail at Steeleiille last niftht by a
mob and lynched. The guilty roan
had been taken to Bteeleville from
Cnba, Mo., where the horrid crime
bad been perpetrated, for sate keep
ing, for fear that he would be summa
rily dealt With by the enragod citizens
of Cuba. Friday morning, October
lit, a mob gained entrance to the jail,
took Wallace, dragged him from his
cell and itrung him up. Ha was cut
down after Uning allowed to hang for
a short time in order that a confession
might ba forced from him. He refused
to own up to the crime, and before
the crowd could hang him up again
the Sheriff gained possession of him
and hurried him back to his cell. The
crowd was prevailed upon to disperse,
and it was supposed that the law
would ba allowed to take its own
course. Last night, however, a second
and more uuer evf al attempt was made
to mete ont justice to the murderer.
A masked mob of about 100
men quietly gathered around the
jail at midnight and demanded en
trance of the jfiiler. This was lefused,
and the mob battered down the dcorn.
A delegat on of thsir members was
lent to bring out the prisone-, while
others were detailed to guard tha roads
leading to the scene. Wallace was
awakened from his s eep, dragged out
by the infuriated mnband asked if he
bad an) thing to say. He responded
by strongly prote-.ting his innocence,
still adhering to the story that it was
the negro Vaughn wha was guilty.
This angered the mob more than ever,
and with a ehout they produced a
rope, one end of which they plaoed
around the murderer's neck ; the other
end was thrown over the limb of a
tree standing near the jail. The pris
oner still protested his Innocence and
plead for mercy, but without avail.
(Strong hands grasped the rope and
Wallace's body swung into the air.
Another chares was not given him to
confess, and in a few minutes his
bady was a corpse. The mob then
dispersed and the jil olllcera cut
down and took possession of the body.
There is ao clue to the leadors or the
participants In the lynching.
A lalrtr Young Villain!.
Honthb's Point, N. Y.t October 5.
At 11:30 o'clock last night, as Mary
Hul wall, aged 35 years, was walking
on Third streyt, in this city .toward the
Thirty-fourth stroet ferry, she was at
tacked by two young men named Tor
rence Donolme and Michael Km met,
both aged 18 years. Kmmet struck
the woman with his fist in the face,
knocking her down, and buth then
criminally assaulted her. The cries
of the worn in attracted a policeman,
who found her bleeding profusely
from a wound on her face, and her
clothing almost torn rtl her back. The
astailants, who ran off on the approach
of the ofliccr.wi re captured this morn
ing and positively identified.
Bobbed bv lltffhwaymeB.
St. Looii, Mo., October 5. A Ger
man farmer, name unknown, while
traveling in a wagon from Vandalia,
111., to Kanfas, stopped at Canteen
Stinday and pitched hi lout lor the
night. Two rugo men soon ap
peared, nu, claiming to be govern
ment detectives in cearch of a man
who bad been passing counterfeit
money in Vandalia, displayed a war
rant and searched the farmer's be
longings. They f jund $161) in money,
and, under the pretext that it was
counterfeit, took possesion of it and
the farmer and marched the latter oil
in the direction of Kist Br. Louis.
When they reached a lonely snot in
the wooda they set the farmer adrift
and walked leisure'y away with the
A Juntlee Oat (Junnln for i Doo'or.
Bt. Lows. Mo.. October 5. JiiBtice
Bhallenar, of Belleviilo, 111., was out
gunning for Dr. Washington West,
the moBt prominent physician in the
above citv, this mcrning. The dontor
made a professional call on Mrs. Can
lion, residing on High Etreut, and
upon opining the door, wluin about to
take his departure, found Justice Bhal
lenar crouching In a torcor with a to-
volvar pointed at his (Weal's) head.
The doctor quickly Bhut the door and
made his exit from the rear if the
house and rs.anud hi j would bo slay
er. Mis. Cannon called a noli-euiau
who placed Bhallenar under arrest,
lie sav s that as soon ai he ia rolearod
he wilt curely kill Yfe't. lihme do
mestio tronb'e Is (aid to be the cause
of the Justice's anger.
A Foraiaic t'onfldeailal Clerk
Chicago, III., October 5. Nicholas
8. Uoveland. oonQdoniial clerk and
bookkeeper for the W. W. Kimball
Organ Company, has been placed
under arrest on a warrant sworn out
y Mr. Cohen, of the firm, charging
him with obtaining money to the
amount of $1000 by false pretenses
and forgery. Uoveland is a single
man, about HO years old, and hai been
with the Kimball Company some
seven sea s, enjoying the utmost con'
fldenca of its members and having
full charge of the c'ty trade. During
bis temporary absence from daty
slight error in his department led to
an examination of his books and it
was deve'oped that for some time he
had been sva'ematicaliy defrauding
the house by means of forged orders
lor organs, which were sold and the
proms divided by an outido contnd
erate who is as yet unknown. The
firm think a much larger sum than
$1009 will be found to have been an
propiiated when the hooka are gone
over by an expert. Uoveland ws
put under bonds of J20D0 t3 October
If inlrrloavlj Ml la lha Oil He
Pittsiiubu, Pa., October 5. A
dispatch from the Bhannonin oil field
rear this city, says an oil scout named
McFarlaud was shot near the Marks
woll No. 1, about three miles from
Bhannopin, at 8 o'clock last night.
MeFarland wi.a shot through the
breast and it is believed that his re
covery is impo'B.ble. There is con
aiderable mystery a'tached ti the
shooting and the murderer, as the
man wuo area the stict la unknown.
It la BUDptseu trial iUctarland was
shot while trying to apcartain the
gauge of a myst"riona well.
Faaarnger Trnia Wrrrhetl.
Sikbra BnKC, Tux., October 5.
Tha west bound houthern Pantic pae
senger train whs wrecked twenty
three miles west of lure ft an early
hour yesterday morning. The ergitie
with the moil, exp e.'S and a first class
coach were all dit hed. Several pae
eengers and the expie's meeserger
were irjjnred seriously. The worst it-
jured was a lady passenger, en route
to Kl Paso, who had her hip badly
crushed. The accident was caused by
a washout. The injured paesengers
are receiving every attention.
Jatbne Hull Herve HI Time.
Albany, N. Y., October 5.-The
Court of Appeals has handed down a
decision confirming the sentence of
the lower court in the case cf ex
Alderman Jaehne, who was convicted
on a charge of bribery in the Broad
way railroad franchiee.
K ordered la a nanrrbouse. -
Jejihky City, N. B., October 5.
Marcns KaU murdered John Katsndoi
in the dancebouss of Mtry Fleming
in this city at an early hour this morn
ing. The quairal was about some
II undo I'olaoned
New Oblkanh, La., October 5
Ttr'.B green has for years been used in
the cotton fields of this State to kill
the cotton worms. It is believed now,
however, that some other anont of de
struction will have to b found. Farm
green was used on the Foster place in
Kosierre parish and a number of the
field hands were poisoned by it. Three
Fort Bmitii, Abu., October 5. Er
JadgeJohn Wslker, a prominent at
torney at law, was accidentally killed
last Saturday evening on hi farm
nearOza kbya paity of Inys. The
boys were very young, the oldebt
being only 10 years of age, and could
have had no motive for the killing.
They fired several shotia. birds in the
under brush and mortally wounded
tha Judge, who died shortly after
ward. Bonlbonate ncnlroycd by a Nlcamcr.
St. Gsobgk, P. L, October 5.-T1ib
elegant brathousa of the State Iiland
Athletic Club, at West New Brighton,
was struck by the heavy tow boat
Jessie at 4 o'clock this morning, and
wrecked. It was fliated to tit. Uaorge
where it sunk. The house Is a com
plete wreck. The racing shells, ca
noes and furniture are buing removed
in a damaged condition. The domnga
will amount to $25,000.
Fire and l.osa or Life.
Bt. Louis, Mo, October 6 Fire
broke out late lest night in tha box
fact .ry of Henry Alt, Jr., on the cor
ner of DeKalb and Carroll street", and
caused a loss cf $15.01)0, coveted by in
surance. During the progress of the
lira a fireplug burst and Hooded the
entire neighborhood, and a young
man, 17 years of age, rarao unknown,
was drowned in a ditch on Carroll
street. While trying to escape the
flood he climbed a lamp poat on the
edge of the ditch, but lost his hold, Ml
into the water and was drowned be
fore assistance could be rendered.
THE TEXAS COTT0N CROP
TKKT BADLY I AM AJKI 1IY THE
Average Not Mnrh Hliori or I.aot
Year, bat the Value ttieatly
Gai.vkston. Tel. October 5. Ever
since the great storm of August 20th,
which swept over oouin itxaa auu uiu
such extsneive damage to Galveston,
San Antonio and other points, reports
have been constantly arriving telling
of tbe damage to the cotton plant
through thBt belt lying between Gal
veston and San Antonio, a distanca of
860 miles. This belt embraces the fol
lowing impoitant cotton counties:
leaver, fJomai,uua Hioupe,uaiuoii,
Gonziles, Wilson, Keame, DeWitt,
Lavaca, Goliad, Victoria, Jackson,
Wbaiton, Loioraj) anu voti uenu.
Throughout this large district the
great etorm boat the npsned cotton to
the ground, and thus discolored it and
damaged the fiber, reducing it from
good middling and middling to gocd
ordinary and, ordinary, making an av
eiage difference to the p'anter of over
2 ceuts per pound. Weveral thousand
bales of this spoiled and dirty staple
have been marketed here during the
lost two weeks, and is continually
cornine in. It eratlos very low. Since
the great August storm tha: ncn cot
ton s'rip lying immediately noitu oi
the district embraced in the above
counties has received a serious sot back
by heavy, continuous rains during the
last week in September. Koports from
It shop, FayctiP, Lee, Washington,
Waller, Milam, Rt;ertsnn, l!rzo3,
Grimes, Montgomery and Rusk coun
tios, all speak of too much rain and
damage to ttientiiple Nady for picking.
From these comities nlso comes news
that wet weather has wropairated tho
cotton worm by the millions, and late
budding holla are t eing consumed.
Lattytar's cotton crop in Texas ng
(.regited l,:tit,203 bls, valued tit
$54,71)8.000. Thirty daya ag tho cot
ton trade of the South and Kist osti
um ted the season's output for Texas at
1,600,0110 bales, but the leading cotton
buyers and handlers are rapidly revis
ing and reducing this estimate. A
majority of thein now place the crop
at about last year's output, while
some put it at 100,003 bales less. The
unusual amonnt of low grade staple
this season will, according to latest
estimates, make a difference of several
million dollars in favor of laet year's
yield in point of value. This condi
tion of cotton in Texas is as unex
pected as it ia unsatisfactory to the
Tho Overdue Riramer Aurhnrla.
New Yobk, October 5. It is thought
at the oflice of the Anchor Line Com
pany that the steamer Anchoria,
which should have been in port last
Thursday, has broken her shaft, as the
Devonia, of the stme line, airivod
today and reported severe weather
ontide. The route taken by tha
Glasgow bout) is a lonely one and
other vessels would therefore not be
likely to pass her. No fear is enter
tained for her safety, as ehe is a well
built vessel and under good manage
nunt, They Aro Not Worry.
There is one thing nobody ever tc
grets that is, the day they first adopt,
ed Parker's Tonic as their regular fain
ily medicine. Its range ia so wide,
and its good effects so sure, that uoth
ing else, except good nursing, a I
needed in a sreat majority of casea
Buy it, try it, and afterward it will not
require any praise I o n ns.
An Etcaped l.uuatle t'avlarod.
Hudson, N. Y., October 5. Kzra II.
King, an lmliHiia lana'.:c, lor whom
cllicers frnm Wabash have been
searching: for come time, was taken
into custody in this city today and
held to await the arrival of the officer
detailed to convey him home. His
name is Frank Y.i a Stevens and he
revealed his identity through a postal
cud sent to the U"gieter.
Still Operatives for Uror&l.
Ai'GCfTA, Ga , Oc lobar f A dozen
operatives from upper Crdina ar
rived last night and go to woik at An
gueU factory this morning. This
swel'fl the force now at work to eighty.
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL WEDNESDAY,
JUSTICE DAY DENOUNCED
BY ALL PARTIES IN T1IE CITY
And Ills Removal Demanded A
PrieBt Killed by a Falling Altar
The Spanish Rebel.
Londoh, October 5. Sir Michael
Hicks liaach, Chief Fecratary for Ire
land, has authorized a den'al of the
published sta'ement tl at a packet of
government dispatches intended for
(ion. Sir Redvera iintler, in cauuty
Kerry, Ireland, has teen lost.
The "Aw" on Iburcblll..
London, October 5. The Ar- says:
Since Lord Randolph Churchill im
determined to shulle along in Mr.
Gladstone's slio?s we shall ne t offer
factious oppositipn to his progress.
Bklfast, Ooloher 5 Both the Cath
olic and Orange newspapers here de
nounce the way Justice Day acted
yesterday towards the barristers en-
SRgid in the riot invcs'iua'.ioa. A
eputation of Bjlfast citizens has
been organized to wait upon Sir
Michael Hicks-Baach, Chitf Secretary
for Ireland, and make a formil com
print again t the Justice. The In
vestigntion Commission ieumei the
inquiry today, beginning with the ex
am ina ion of polios witnesses.
Kl led By a Falling Allar.
Dublin, October 5. Archdeacon
Cavanagh, parish priest of Kildare,
county Kildaie, and formerly presi
dent of St. Patrick's College at Car
low, was instantly killed this morning
while celebrating mass at h'n own
altar, by pcrtions of it falling on him.
Advlae the (iminnlnllun of Deatb
Madrid, October 6. The Cabinet
wes in seesiun five hours discussing
tho ser.tonccs imposed by the cuuri
martial on the lea ers of the recent
revolt, and finally decided to advite
trie Queen to commute the sentences.A
petition for the pardon of the rebels,
signed by 0000 merchants and trades
men, is pub iscied. eaveral ilicern,
sergeants and, privates have bwen pro
moted in reward for the zsal they dis
played and wounds received in the
wcrk of suppressing the revolt.
Tbe Goelhe Library at And Inn.
Bbblin, October 5. The famous
Goethe library, which was the prop
erty of the late r-'olomon Hirzel, a
Swiss tcho'ar, will be snld at auction at
Lei) z;g, 'he sa'e beginning on Oc'ober
25th. This is eaid to bs the finest c 1
lection of Goethe's works that has ever
bet n auctioned.
Yltal Mnilxilci of Annlria.
Vienna, October 6. Vital sta'istics
for the year 18b6 meke a very un
favorable showing. Ttiere was n large
increase irt the number of d.aths,
whilo there was a marked dccreane in
the number of births. There was also
a large di crease in tho number of
SEIZURE OF AMERICAN CATTLE
In Transit by an Over Zenlous t'a
' aadlan Official.
Winnipeg, Man., October 5 Par
ticulars of a customs seizure of Mon
tana caitle for alleged nonpayment qf
duty hava been received, and are as
follows: Twelve or fourteen days ago
the Not the rn Montana Cattle Com
pany started a herd, consisting of 1008
head ( f catt'e, from Fort lianton, with
the intention of driving them across
the international boundary to Medi
cine Hat, on the Canadian Pacific rail
way, and chipping them from there
hy rail eastward to Chicago, via Si.
Pau'. The necessary papers were
made out, ehowiug the herd to be in
transit, and were in charge of the com
pany's agent accompanying the herd.
After crossing the boundary a severe
storm came oa, aod the cattle becom
ing unmanageable, mule westward for
the Mac Leod district. On
reaching the Leith Bridge, Iho
customs e tlicer at that point,
unacquainted with tho system in
vogna of stiipping American c.ittle via
tbe Uiuixdiaii Pacific, oe r.nl the en
tiro herd and placed mounted polico
in cl aro, although he was shown the
proper pjpsrs, s' owin tbe herd to bo
10 transit. After delaying them
tev-'ral days he agr.ed to accept the
ca'tla c nipiiny'a bond for jfiO.COO and
allowed the rattle to be shipped. It is
nndoistood his action v i.l bo the sub
ject nf inva. tiga'.lof, as ti e Ci'ii dian
ractn nailway Company has hikeu
up tho ma t.r. "
Tbe Hnilmm liny Kellway.
WlNNIl'mi Mav Oi.trtl.t.t. K Tn tirs
Interview Hugh Snthe Hand, M. P.,
president cf tho Hm'son Bay Rwilway
Company, says he hus fully com
pleted arrangements in Fgland f ir
miuuing inn entire line nud work
would begin Thursday with the iuton
tion t,f finishing ferty to sixty miles
this Bauson. ( ubcontractB were let
yeetorday for a large part of the road
and contractus are telegiaphing for
engineers and laborers.
Opeta Hoaao Ilarnrd.
Amksiidry, Mas., Octiber 3. The
Merrlmac Opera House was destroyed
by fire thi morning. The loss ia es
mate.) at $ft.00i).
GH! MY BACK
Krerj itntn or cold Urli that wrk back
nniiwu ino munrlra,
hlfKilIra ttie Nrrrra,
ruranio llinon, (.ITPI INCW VlCor.
Bnmn'a lr,,n BilUr. mth. Iwitlnm nwllclno I
Bt known in mr Si yuan' practiro. 1 tim found it
aimialli DNMArul in n.mma t nhjlol ihuli,.
a"" ' all dobUiuiiin: ailni.nta itiat boar ao hcanlj
on uia armora. m it frooly iu mj own famil."
M. W. F. Ilnnwn, M7 Main Bt, Onrinaton, Kr .
aaja: I waa oonioloU'ly bn.kn ,l,mn in lioalib and
tnmblMl with ina in inj back, llnmu'l Inia
lilttw nUrol roaturod tuo to boalUl.,
Coastal ha aboroTrado Mark and croaood rod Itnaf
onwrivwr. Take aa ulhpr. Matloonljb.
BltUWN lUEMlUALCU., liALTlMOKK, MO,
A. F.Davis, Painter
HAS Hl-MOVED TO
No. 355 Sei'onil.south of Union.
lU 1 l-l l-l LI
! SAVINGS BANK Folier.f horntoa & Go
WAPOLEOST nrr.T.. MICHAEL
LOUIS HANAUKK, THOMAS
LEVY. JUIIK vv. UUV11KAB, . JAIMKa A.
ANDREW" RENKKRT, tiOL COLEMAN, ' EWI. QOLDHMITH,
JAMBS 8. K0BC.'b0t?. VtfM. KAIZKIiBKRGEK, ; HARDWId PBRBH.
avaSjoalU reoeivod la mni of 1 and upward, and lnterit allowed oa lam Sam!
and rail loonl Invattment Bonds and Beenrltlea rennrally, pay taxci, aotat
trnateei, and, in geuaral, eiacute any financial bnainaai requirinif a a( and reaponaibli
- We isa drafts In ntimi to laltpnrchaaara, on all parta of Earopa.
4rWha8aooniinodioo Vault for tho deposit ol Talaablei, which la at the lexvioe 0
onr ouatouora, Frea or lliarice.
U. T. UAUDIiN, I'reiiident. EWD. HOLDSMITU, Ylce-Presfdent
JAMKN NATHAN, rattaler.
Nos. 201 and 203 Madison Street, Memphis, Terni.
Ia-ATESf IMPKOvSlD HVXiIiBR GIN
nF.ST Turoont and Namplo tinnranterd. Oood weirhta,and romittanres promr
lr made. All Cotton lnurod while in Transit and at Gin. Baoks famished on ap
plication. We nse the "Fnl Unluitder" and unloailall waaon ootton. dire us atrial
HATOIEOJI DILL, President. W. N. W ILK EE SO 5, Tl9-3re8l,ei U
If. J. LINN, .Cash fare
liplis City Firs &H1 lis. Co,
' BOEfl A GKHEEAI. FIBJB A BID JIABIHE BC1IIIH,
A QUARTER OF A MILLION'DOLLARS FULL PAID CAPITAL
S. MANBF1SLD, D. . UTIlltj, W. D. BIIMtLL.
Ofalee 19 MIU Street, Memphis, Tenia
BY MUTUAL CONSENT, the firm of Alston, Crowell 4 Co. Is thta dar dissolved, E. W.
Crowoll retiring. The remuining partners, P. K Alston and II. 11. Maury, will eoa
tinue the businem at the o'd atand. corner Front and Union streets, assuming all liabilities
and oolleoting all outstanding aooounta. K. W.CHO WLL.
Memphis. Tenn., September 1,1886. H. U. MAVJRY.
aa-On retiring above. I bespeak for my snooessora a continuation of thelinnmi patron
age heretofore extended the old firm. K. W. ClWWliLL.
R. LCOCHRAN &.Co
. Q mssisin-'- n i n ininiistnimri '' '" F
AW AND FIAHiau-HILX, ATT'TaBB,
Doors. Sasli, Blinds, Molding. LvmMi,
Latb anU Shingles, Flooring, Ceiling and Cedar Posts.
SZEHPiflfrl, - - TENMESiSEl..
M. 0. PBARCB.
Cotton Factors & Commission Merch'is,
No. 280 mOKT STREET, SJEMPIiJS, TENN.
S'ottnn Warrhonso-Ks.D4 and ft 1'nion ttrrt.
M. JONES, President. I. F. PETERS, Vice-President.
lW, D. F. SAWRIB, Eeoretary and Treasurer,
(alnroraeora to Petera: Sawrle,)
MASDFACI'UIaEUS OF THE MAOiAOLIi BKiKD
30 3S and 40
. M. JON3. JNO. K. f?PBRO, I. P. PKTRRa, 8KO. ARTOLP, W. P. . BAWKTB.
K B. GOOTEB & 00.
Doont, fSash, Blind. Woldlags,
1'rauiCH, Ilrarkctf, Scroll
All klndaot Wood Work
Nos. 157 to 173 Washington street, Memphis. Tcnn.
L. D. MULL1NS. of lata J. R. Sodwln A Co.
MULLINS &5 TONQB,
Cotton Factors & Com mission Ellerchanti
No. 1 Howard's Row, Cor. Front and Union. Memphin.
W. A. GAGE & CO.
Wo. SOO Front Street. ; Memphis'. Teatv
(BVOOESSOBS TO MEAC1IAM A MOBTOBP
Old Siaml. No. 9
.w. sr. Bsowi.
2(56 liront Street, :
O0TO1JEK 6, 1886.
J. O. HANDWEMKEK,
UOYLK DAVID P. HADDKN,
JOHN L. MoCLELLAN.
all kinds of Door and Window
- Work, laougli and UressrHl
Laths, Water Tanks,
.Executed at Short Notice.
J AS. YONQK, late of J. W. Caldwell A O
Union St.. Wcmpliis.
: Memphis'. Xoufl,
& SAWEIE CO
Cotton Factors, 7boIesale Grocer,
If. 30S rront afreet. : Memphis, Tclt
I K APPERSON & 00
384 FRONT STREET.
YELLOW PINE AND OAK LUMBER.
ASD DEALERS IN
Dorg. Sash, Bllnd, Dressed Floorlnpr, Ceill;;?, Weather-Boardlaft
Cypress Shingles, Laths, Htc
ajarOnr flaollltlei are onsnrassad by any sawmill In the South for 111 .ir orders rrompUirj
Flooring. Cellini. Siding, Step Lnmeer and Cypress bhingles a ''Vii'iiJi'nSiS
Lnmber of all dinionsioni. We make the Wholesale Business a apeoial feature. OraaH
olioited and promptly filled.
GEO. BAYJlMiXiEIf, A6EIT,
2. 124 Jefferson Street Memphis. Tennesaef )
J. A. BAILEY.
JB Ai BML1YI& Oil
V a-. '
333 Second street, Memphis.
ALARGB AUD COMPLETB STOCK OF PLUMBERS, GAS AND. STEAM FITTERS
Materials, Pumps, Drive Wells, Iron, Lead and Stone Pipe. Qas Futures. Olnhes. Eta
HILL, FONTAINE & CO.
Cotton Factors and Wholesale Grocars
"Front St., Memphis, Tens.
Cotton Factors, Commission lerciiant,
JTo. 116 South Haln JSt.. St. TavwIu.
DEALER IN WALL PAPER
Window Shades, Tictnre Eail
HOUSE, SIGN AND
MO. 225 SECOND STREET,
J. R. OAT, W. H. HORTO. J. W. BAILF.T.
LaU of J. 8. Day A Son.' Late of Meaoham A Horton. Lata of Bailej CorlnrtoM
DAT, HORTON & BAILBTi
GROCERS AND COTTON FACTORS,
3G0-382JFront Street Memphis Tenn.
COTTOX FACTORS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Ro.&Il Front Street. Cor. Fnlon. Menipliiw. Tenn.
Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants.
No. 3U Front Street, Corner ot IVfor.roo. Iffeninlii. Tenn.
FM7E i.i. as.
CHIHS1B TOI'B, J.OUIftVII.I.E CEIrXlllT,
MWN VmftH, PLASTER PARIS,
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