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SPECIILS TO THE APPEAL.
BTJXOBS OP A NKW EEPUBLICX5
To Be Startrd In Wash-llle, Edited
bj John J. LIML'toB-Frank
COLORED WOUAH DECAPI
TATE8 HER HUSBAND
Lb Helen The Sheffield Boots f on
tlnnes New Enterprises to
larmAt to iu arriir..
Namyillb, Tinn., Ddcember 2. It
il pretty definitely b 31 tied that a Re
publican daily morning paper will be
started hero on or about January 1st.
Frank Hatton, ex-Postmaster General,
was in the city a few days ago, and
rumor baa it toat he is to be one of
the bipgeet atock holders in the con
cern. Hatton has a valuable piece of
newspaper property in Chicago, the
Evening- MM, and be is credit
ed with desire to branch
out in the Journalistic) field. If
Hatton can help it, Tennessee's votes
in the next Republican National Con
vention will not be cast for Blaine.
The other names mentioned In con
nection with the matter are Maj. Mills,
Lewis Baxter and Arch H tub.es, with
the incomparable John J. Littleton as
the managing editor. Those who
c'aim to know say there is plenty of
money back of the scheme, aud it is
openly asserted that today an arrange
ment for the use of the Asscclated
Press dispatches was consummated.
A Colored Witniiia DapUata Her
Husband Klllrd by m railing
Limbfar. ft ml Williams Dead.
WICUL TO THI 1PPIAL.1
Hslbna, Abk., December 2. Par
ticulars were received in Helena to
day of one of the most horrible and
sickening trugs'iefl that ever cursed a
country. Lavioa Brown, the wife of
Jackson Brown, living near Trenton,
Ark., had some words about a trivial
matter yesterday morning whi.'e at
breakf&tt. The husband did not pay
any more attention to the occurrence
and wes sitting down foDdling one of
his children when his wife went to
the wood pile, picked up an ax, slipped
up to her husband and almo't severed
the head from his body. Tue woman
made no attempt to eecape and ia now
in custody. Tne parties are colored.
Yeetemgy Dick Johnson, colored,
living about ten miles northwest of
Helena, started to town. He had gone
but a short distance when a limb from
a poplar tree that projected over the
road fell on fcim, inflicting injuries
from which be died.
Mr. Nat Williams, one of Phillips
county's most worthy acd prosperous
young baMnet men, died at his resi
dence in Trenton yesterday.
SHEFFIELD, ALA. .
Tbn Efint Khrflirlrt .and Company
Organised A aioo 000 Pipework
M. A V. febepa Mtteet Knliwajr.
ISriOUL TO THI AFHAL.I
8hkffibi.i, Ala., December 2. The
East Sheffield Land Company was or
ganized today with a capital stock of
1400,000. H. B Tompkins, attorney
01 we Btiemeia company, is the
president. The company owns over
1000 acres of land lyint east of Shef
field, and has a river front of a auar
ter of a mile. This company will in
no way antagonize the auelheld com'
A proposition by a Boston company
10 duuu iuu,tw ptpeworas was ac
cepted and the Bit a granted.
The proposition of the Mnmpbis
B!a (Jiirtiieston rnnro?.i to build
track by way of Kheilit Id and lorate
their stops We w;ib accepted today.
; Privilege was granted the Tupcumbia
and briHiielij a rdt-tK-ulroau Join puny
to build ttirir tr ;ckn in the city. The
stock has all besn taken.
HIGH POINT, N. C.
A Cold, Raw Tar and Poorly Adapt-
ru in riviu erpori9
' lorioiiL TO THI ArPIAL-l
High Point, N. O., December 2
The weather turned cold on Wednea'
day night and the ground had a frozen
crust satficieiuiy Sirong to bold op
horse. The day was cold and raw. A
cold wind blew from the northweeU
On the whole it was a very poor day
for Rood field work. Short heats end
insufficient tea's were the order of the
The first brace was Daisy F. and
ttene. Daisy had the advantage in
every particular and won. Then
Uhanca and Mack comDeted. Th
former had the better speed, style and
range, aiinougn Mac was an extra
good dog. Chance outworked him on
blrds.nnd won. Dan Gladaton, and
Daahing Noble ran a short heat. Dan
had greater speed and range and out-
i l rv v T i , . y
WUIHCU lUBUlUg 11UQIB BUU WOn.
The next brace was Fannie W. and
Prince Imperial. Both dogs ranged
wide and fatt. Fannie had the better
style and had a little advantage in
me worK, ana won.
Bob Gates and Bell of Piedmont
ran a fine hea', in which the dog had
a decided advantage in speed and
range. He did also better work on
birds, and won.
T1A St 1 .
res uiaoBtone and Hiocum ran a
snort neat, in which the former easily
Fred W. and Clifford were in the
first heat of the socond series. The
heat was short and closely contested,
and Fred W. won.
Golster ran a short race. Gloster
bad a slight advantage in range and
did the better work on birds, so far as
it could be judged in the short time.
Bell and Roy Monarch ran a very
short beat, in which little work was
done. Bell won.
Daisy F. and Mandan ran a very
close heat, which Daisy F. won. Both
ranged and worked well. Chance and
Dan Gladstone ran a short but su
perior heat Chance had the advan
tage In range and speed, and out
worked Dan Gladstone and won. Bob
Gates and Fannie W. ran a short
time, and were ordered up to be put
down in the mornicg. This ended
the days races.
Tba Famona Iilaiid Home Transferred-
4 hild Humbly Barned.
lariOIAL TO TBI APPIAL.I
Koxvill, Taw., Dat ember 2. It
Js said today that P. Dickenson has
farsforred to J. D. Ojwan and Dr. R.
M. Rhea the maguincenr, how prop
erty itown as uianu uome. Cowan
and Rhea a e pmtners of Cnwan, Mc
Clnng & Co., a leading Knoxvil e
wholesale house, witb D.ckenson.The
pioperty cos: $100,OOJ, acd the farm
for a long time wms conducted at
most as a public pfrk, where di
tioguished men of rational reputation
were f nterained. The fame of cattle,
hone?, farm vehicles, dairy imple
ments are wide sprt a 1 in Tennessee
and other statin. Dickenson ia one
of tue wealthiest and best known men
' B ttie Carr, 6 y a S o!d, burned latt
night, baa been uncotscious ever
since. She is crisp from chin to feet,
and cannot live.
Incline Plane Car for Lookout
Moan tain Carter. Iba Heal Ka-
,r0IAL TO TBI APPIAL.I
Chattanooq'Ai Xh., December 2.
The cars for the lookout mountain in
cline, which will be raufWor operation
shortly, have been complcea t the
shops of the Mason Car Works Oub
city, and are now ready to be put on
A traci of four aires of land has
been donated to the new furnace com
pany on Chattanooga cie'k, which
location, it is said, will be accepted.
As soon as the site is accepted ground
will be broken for. the mammoth
Carter, the Sieged real e?tite
swindler, whq bonght a farm from
gentlemii of this city, ge ting a war
ran'y deed receipting for the purchase
money ana securing its registration
without paying a dolla, baa been ar
rested and brought to the city.
WASHLNUION, D. C.
Oar Senators al Work for Their
Niale Jov. Taylor Knltoate for
iSFIOIAL TO TBI APPIAL.I
Washington, December 2. Sen
at or Harris, who is a prominent
member of the Conference Committee
having in charge the Inters ate com'
merce bill, informed your correspond
ent late this evening that there was
every probability that an agreement
would be arrived at very thortly in
regard to the disputed points of the
Senator Whitthorm today sailed on
Representative Randall, having the
sundry civil bill, in charge with refer
ence to the proposed extension of the
White House. In reference to the
Tennes.ee river he urei that the
millions of dollars which bad been
invea ed in the coal and iron lands on
that stream demanded recognizing,
The lands of the general government
were so extensive interest should be
Mr. Randall assured the Senalor
that a proviBioa to cirry ont the plan
should be inserted in the bill, and the
latter will use every endeavor in con
junction with the other meixbers of
the Tennessee delegation to carry the
measures through. Representative
McMillan arrived in this city tonight
and Representative Keal is expi cted
Governor-elect Taylor and his
brother left for home tbii evening.
Tba Samnnalr', Maeon and Hlrmlng.
bam KallroMd JNew Hlove ionii
ISPIOIAL TO TBI APPIAL.I
Bibminohak. Ala,, December 2.
Capt. Watt, a well known civil
engineer from Georgia, was here
this morning. He has just ficished
an inspection ot the proposad
route of the Savannah, Macon
and Birmingham railroad. He said
he thought the country very promi
ing. It seems that the Savannah,
Macon and Birmingham is little more
than another name f jr the Savannah.
Dublin and Western scheme, whrsa
projectors had not the financial rc
sources to pnsh it through. J he new
project is e rang enough ai this end
Fifty odd moulders to start the Bax.
ter Stove Woriis have arrived from
Louisville. The first cast will be made
The new issue of 7 per cent, city
Doaai uaj Decn pi.tcen Ht iuo.
The 8ev. Snm ilmall Dellsbla BIk
8PKCIAL TO TBI APPIAL.I
Brown-;villb, Tnk , Diceiubcr 2.
lie Kcv. aim bmail,weil known evau'
gfdiBt, delivered bis lec'ure, entitled
'From the Berroom to the Pulpit,"
n Mann a Utf ra iionse xuesday n:ght
The house w:s packed. The audience
lihtent d very attentively for two hours
and felt that they had had a treat. On
Wednesday Mr. Small preached in the
Methodist Church at 10 a.m., 3 and
7 o'clock p.m. to large audiences.
Tbe Death of Mr. Joseph Hah.
ISriOIAL TO TBI APPIAL.I
Jackson, Miss., December . Jos.
Muh died last night at Hot Springs,
Aik,, whither he went some time since
to recuperate his falling health. Ha
was born and reared in this commu
nity, being the son of George Muh,
and was h.ghly respected and es
teemed. He leaves a young wife and
many friends to mourn his death. The
remains will be brought here and in
terred Sat urday.
Federal. Court adjourned tonight.
The Celebrated SieEwen Wire Mar-
derlnir Hue Cloned.
SrlOIAL TO TBI APPIAL.
Humboldt, Tbnx., December 2.
The trial of the celebrated McEwen
case for wife murder was closed today
by an exhaustive charge to the jury
by Judge Bwiggart. It took two davs
and a ball to impanel the iurv. and
the trial has consumed altogether five
days of the Circuit Court. S. C.
TI-lil: T I. 17 r 1: i
new Attorney General, U, Bond, ap
peared for the prosecution, and H. 0.
Burnett, S. B. Williamson and Wm.
McCall for the defense. The evi
dence points to the guilt of the de
fendant, but as it is altogether cir
cumstantial, it is thought the Jury
will either hang or acquit. The case
has created intense interest, the court
room being crowded during tbe whole
HOLLY SPRfNttS, MIS8.
arrlaa; of Mr. o. MT. Baehaaaa
nK Hlwi. nanl Uean.
IcoRtispoifDiiroi or tbs atfial.!
Hollt Sprinos. Mish.. Decemhnr 1.
Mr. Geo. M. Buchanau and
Mis Susie Dean, of this city,
were married at the Rantist
Cf)urch this morning at 7 o'clock, t!ie
rtev. tj. u. Miner oinoiatica. a beau
tiful sunrise found tbe church crowd-
MEMPHIS. TEN,V., FlUDAY, DECEM15EH 3, 1880.
ed to its u'mo9t
capacity, it having
been barjd-oinf'y d' c rae;
?1 f ir the oc-
cation. A't nd.ntj, M as Edtia Dean,
Mr. w. a. o 'inptm, Misi Mry Bur
ton, Mr. j. r. an w, nsnerp Mea r.
O'rar Johnson and E. R. Jonos. The
bridal pitty with a numbtrof fiiem's.
were entertained tnnipht by a lioun'i-
lul supper at our new Kulrof d iiutel.
The bridal partv leave for Memphis,
ana lueuce ir a tnorc trip wee;.
A REPUBLICAN FIGHT.
Chairman Janea and Ex-Necielary
Chandler Have a Few Words,
Pin bubo, Pa., December 2. In
his recent letter to the Boston Herald
Fx-Secretary Chandler said :
After the Presidential election Jhe
chairman ol tbe national Committee
was indiscreet enongh, in a published
interview, to impute to President Ar
thur and his Cabinet a want of fidelity
and zeal in the canvars. This charge
was baseless, and was so declared by
me at tbe time. All possible and ap
propriate assistance was rendered. It
could not have been expected that we
should supersede tbe chairman or do
his work, although it would have been
better if some one bad done so. A re
porter of the Pitt-bura Qrmmtrcial (la-
MtC callJ upon Mr. B. J. Jones, the
chaiitnaa of the National Committee,
and asked him what be had to say in
reply to thil paragraph. Mr. Jones
' The statements made by me in the
interview referred to by Mr. Chandler
I then considered necessary and prop
er to make, and now, as then, know
them to be true. The purport of these
statements wai that if Mr, Arthur and
members of bis Cabinet, with a few
exceptions, had been as loy l to Mr.
Blaine as Mr. Blaine would have been
to Mr. Arthur had the la'ter been
nominated, Mr. Blaine would have
been President. So far ai Mr. Chand
ler's reference to me, personally is con
cerned, I do not feel called nprrn to
defend myself. I have no taste for,
nor do I see any present occasion for
a discutteion as to political methoJa
with ono who e plans and prnpos ils
during the brief intercourse I bad with
him In the campaign of 1881 were not
such as to commend him to these hav
ing the success of the Repub'ican par
ty at heart His criticisms at that
time of men, then the most prominent
in the party, do rot seem to me quite
consistent with his present expres
sions of regret in regard to bad feeling
between public men. I would not
like to feel called upon to make pub
lic the facts upon which my opinion
of Mr. Chandler is based."
An Inqnrat It' A 0er tti"nharrd
Ktwinlna of Nn, Jus, Mcliajr null
Niw Orlsan8, December 3. The
Picayune Lake Trovldence special saya :
U. D. Bripga, ju tics of the peace, who
held an inquest upon the charre 1 re
mains of Maj. Jno, McKay and Marie
Raustey, who were murdered on Sun
day evening, arrived here today. lie
says that the only witness who knew
anything about the terrible affair was
a colored boy about nineteen years old,
eon of tbe murdered woman. He
stated that at about ten o'clock bun
day night, someone knocked at Mc
Kay's door. The major opened it
and invited tbe person to a seat. The
man would not fit down; he said he
only 'wanted a drina of water. Mo
Kay sent witness to get fresh water.
Before he got ten steps away he heard
gunshots. He a'sD heard bis mother
scream, "They hace killed Mr. Mc
Kay I" Tbe witness beard more shots
and saw other .men, but it was toi
dark to know them. He described the
men who called for water. The boy
was badly frightened. Wilkowski and
Kilburn are still here, afraid t) return
The Ontrnalal Anniversary.
Philadelphia. Pa.. December 2.
The delegates sent by the Ktatrs and
TerntO'ios toXdevise n ana for an an-
propriaty celebration of the cen'enn al
anniversary of the Promntnation of
me reaeraiiuonstuutton, wnicu will
occur in bepteuibr'r next, met here tO'
day. Qeorcia was the only one of the
original tniriern Starrs not rer.raynt
ed. The Hon. J. A.Kis on, of Iowa
waa chosen chairman. Mr. Ueury, of
v irKinia. miormea tnem uiat liov.
Lse n?d commnnicaied with Pwid'.nt
Cleveland in refer- ncs to the proponed
celebration and that the President
would incorporate a suggestion to
Congress in bis annnl meeraa-T in re
lation to the mat'er. The lollnwinK
plan for the ce:ebration was agreed
on: An oration and poe'n commemo
rative of thes'enine of the cons'itu
tiin, mi'itarv disnlny, in which all the
branches oi ttio Uuiieiaiates service
will be represented; nn industrial pro
s.ion display; tne creation ol a per-
tual memorial commemorative of
Philadelphia. Pa . December 2.
A lire Huzbe', aired 12 yearn, livinar in
Franklin towaiihip, Gloucester county,
N. J., became a mother last Monday
of a female infant, weighing eight
pounds, the father of which ia I he
girl's own fathar, Henry Hughes,
laboring man. Investigation reveals
the fact that the father has committed
the name crime upon an older dangh
ter threa years ago. Both children
are still living. Mo action has been
taken by tbe authorities. Three older
daughters of Haghes were compelled
tnree or four years ago to leave home
on account of improper conduct on
tne part of their parent.
"When pain and anguish wring the
brow a ministering angel, thou, Jen
nie." Rub Salvation Oil on my foie
head and be an angel, dear.
a 100,000 rire by an Incendiary.
Ayeb. Mam.. December 2. The
large two Btory brick building and con
tents, owned by William Biedor A Co ,
glue manufacturers, was burned this
morning. The fire is supposed to have
been incendiary, because of threats
made against the company on account
of the bad odor always arising from
tbe' works. Tbe low is 150,000.
Baeder A Co. deal extensively with
New York and Western men. The
matter is being investigated. The
State Board of Health has Just com
pleted an investigation of the charges
made by the citizens, bnt had not re-
fiorted. The Ames Plow Company
nses many valuable tools ready for
shipment to the Went.
F. Albright, No. 241 South Sharp
street, Baltimore, recammends Dr.
Bull's Congh Hyrup for coughs and
HOUKEH-WINCUtSIta-At the family
rsiidsnos, in thil oity, on Thandsy, Deo. 2,
18M6, by ths Hot. Dark S Miami, Mr. J. B.
Robiki, of LanauUr, Pa., and Jims,,
nBhtiT of flm. Wlnohnntxr, E. No enrdi.
ppwwMi ii law aifj, "H'p I tmmjwm '
ELEGANT GHAMBEE SUITS
in wainut, Manojany and Antique Oak.
Opposite Court Square.
BOSTON ART FURNITURE,
A Largo Collection' of Choicest
7 turn '.
59 Union Street.
No Boasonable Offer
ADAMSON & RONALDSON,
HATE JLSl KEUEIVEl
For Ladies and Misses.
-KRKMER'S oan rive yon ttio Proper Oar
ment, and you oin SAVK MONEY by vur
chniinK your CLOAK rnly from
500 JACKETS & COATS
TO SELECT ONE FROM.
sW.'aleof FINE WRAPS and
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY.
r RBMNANT8 and Short Lengthiof fine
VELVETS and WOOLKNS TODAY.
DRESS LENGTHS, at Reduced Frloei,
FOR TODAY ONLY.
W NEW TRIMMED HATS nd BONNETS
aw Special as.OO JACKET A COAT SALE
v !', V ' vi1 11 M ! .Hr
rywv. WORM Removed Alive, tn from
40 minntaetoj boun. with head com
plete, or no oharse. No'FAitinff reiuiredt
no uointnnai mediolnea. Vn be taken with
sue br child rr adult. Cell or fend for olr-
culan. tltt. M. nax SMITH. Speolallut,
EVERY hon'ekseper know tomethlnt
about the tronhUa f..tid bv aiunkin
flreplacee. whirb are among 'be rreateit nul
innoei to be met with. One of tbe Important
thinrl to be attended in In .11 hr.uiM li In a
that the rratea are set .r, erlv. and thtt the
flri-plare are correctly bo lt. Air. II.
I.KMOK, i Uareao Ntrrrt, Il an eipert
at thil builneei. and bee patented om ar
ranicementi that en&bleblia to corre t amok
ehimneyi and to set the r atent heat Irom
the fuel. All who want flreoluei or ohim-
nert rnnedied ihould aiily to Mr. LEMON,
who'e work will nive mti motion.
3Lx-o nniiAiir friTiirr
yo uuHoumr live
twron rvwifflv nrrtnfhltlK, Arthma. lndlrotlnnf Ui
AHKCR'8 TpNIO without u.-lnv. H jlta mm
uht t( me worr vnn-m And i the t-t wmwly fir
ilfrttuiiiiof tit tlmwiiftru hiiitfri, auhI dim artxtl!
Kn Ifrnmre IjIckmI anil iluumnyii. 1 lirifh)rni ifu
LinrHntr aMraUiiirt QIomum and Hkrm ly drifting loll
MrM)UTrtiH'irhfaith t,y UtUni
C but (IhImV U dHlfTt)'UL 1 hH
mitftq w urn muwx swauuirue. 91 Itukku
ra n tit
r IH 1T1TMI1
mm art f
a U U U H h
1 lie Largest
Most Elegant Selection
And American Production
BaT Our ftclcfitou comprise
Elegant St) lea (of (he La text)
nud BEST Makers, Foreign
aud lronicatlc 9
ter Our Good are Imported
DIKECT, through OH II Cn
C'loaalac, Djelna A Repairing,
No. 17 W. CO0RT STlllt.
G-oort;n tt, Nlobol.
Wholesalo and Kotail.
ii?S SoooikI Nirfol.
GOVERNMENT LEVER WORK to let, in
quantitti a to suit nul tits, at Wluin Point
beach. Mood mtitorliil. irood irlcee, prompt
par. Apply to Toof, M '.llownn A On., Mum
phl. oronwurki. J. 8. MollPHK A 00.
J. F. HOLST & BIU).
(snccssHOKH to . a. holst a bro.
HATS BEHOVED TO
Mo. 33i KECOJiD ST., MEMPHIS,
A FULL and eomplete itook ef Wood and
Metallie Jaeai and Cajikata. Clnthwu..
red Caekatiand Barlal Kobe alwarios
hand, aarOrdsri by ialaerapk proBptli
838 NECOXD ST.
Wa If. JHcCAlile,
denera Jobber In BRICK ttOHKI
ORATRS BET, and 8mokln Ohlmneyt
Cured. All work guaranteed.
KFMMUltFIi A MAIINM,
aad Kpalrrs of Plaans, Organs,
And Mailoal Initrumenta Henerallr.
97 MAIBI ST., MEMPHIS.
i 308 Front SI.
lilt. It. L. liAsKI,
PbyHiclan, ,Sargwu ami Aeoucher
REHIDKNOit AND OFFICK.
!.' Walo Ntreet, Wear Union.
.lwaI CTelephone:No.M.. ''v .
j UiTu U D
! I BEAUTIFUL
j Latest Tapestry, Plush aad Velours Coloi
; A. 1. AIlffSTIlOXG, Manager.
WALNUT, MAHOGANY and ANTIQUE OAfC
PILLAR EXTENSION TABLE,
Total New BuNlness Oroator than the total novr business oFJaJI
Other Life Companies novr represented in Memphis Combined. A
Increase in Surplus more than JUico the total increase cl
surplus ol all other Life Companies now represented in Memphis,
GILBERT R&INE, - GENERAL AGEiW.
J. F. WALKER, : : SPECIAL AGENT.
Room fro, 1, Cotton Exchange RiMMing, Memphis, Tennrs?f
AT i!OST, FOB Til 1 III V
Stock. One lot Open ruiriilK aullalile for
Ol U OWN ItWUFK K
Lilly Carriage Co
325 Second Street. MompliK Tonn.
S riarloMli Hievl finiln,
it ('rloulai SllUll HlMl rVol,
1 C'Ur-loatl Ird, IIhium Hiid MAnHHgc.
St t'ur-loudM AuiorloHii Nanlliic.
1 ar-oil vlew llatNlua
1 'ttrlal JVt Salmon, ' '
1 'ur-lad rail for nia 'annMl Frnlt,
10 1mi-IoaIn Tomato". I'O'tolieH, C'oru, Etc,
1 Car-load Aluiorc'H ffllaee Jtloat,
St 'ar-loada Kw York Itiickwlial,
3 Car-loads 1'iicxlccf, Hraiit mid llarrcil Pickles,
it Car-lowda Nllver Jtloon IJrcaia lUeeeie,
'4 t'ar-loadu VlrK'nla l'auiilM,
4 ikr-load-4 l-'lr t'rackcrM and Fh-cwttrka,
it ('ar-loiulM Kutitniid t iirraulM,
:t Cr-loiMlM Flue ItananaN,
5 t'ar-loadx Ited lion llavtn ApnlcM,
2 Car-loadH Freih Fancy C'iiihIIh,
1 ('ar-)oail Out meal. t'ra'kHl Ulieat. Flc
And a coiuplcto HHHortuiciit
ior ino Hpcciai iih
ubb ft im
ry Goods, Notions, Hlosforg
' AMI) .
IGEIiaEMEM'S FORfflSHOIS COQQSi
Ifos. 22S and 338 Main
TT. JS. Itrown.
D, Fe CI
We H. Brown tic Co.
AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
206 Front Ntreet, : : MeiuplilM, Tenia,
, S. BAT,
w. ii. nssr,
LaUof Heaebasi A Herlea.
DAT, HORTON & BAILED
Cr.OCERS AND COnOfl FACTORS,
UL rjon 8tr5 1 f1 ,??Ss ii hi
h. 0. MULLIN8. of IaU J. R. Sodwln A Oo.
Cotton Factors&Commission flerchant
No. 1 Howard' Row, Cor.
And Commission MercJwats.
;VOL. XLVI NO, 2S3
BOOKCASES, ETC., ETC
AY, to make room for Srlu
lti', aiul fully Kiaruiitet-L
ol Staple and Fancy Jroc i
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