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HPORTUT LAW POLMS
DECIDED BY THE SUPREME
(l'BT OF MISSISSIPPI,
Death or the Hob. James Smith, For
mfrlj of Jacksoa, at bias
I Br ECU L TO Til ArfiiL.I
JacinoN, Miss., April 12. The Su
preme Couit 10-day rendered the fol
lowing decision, by Arnold, Judge :
Green Clay, executor, vs. Tuonan H.
Allen A Co., from the Bolivar Chan
rf ry Cou't, aftirmtd; the Crescent In
nranre '.'ompany v. W. A. Moore &
Co., frnm the Attala Circuit Conrt, af
firmed tin this case the point was de
cided that an insurance company can
be earnieheed ), I. H Danlap vs. John
r. Kirha'ilwo", Irom the Xoxnbee Cir
cait Court, allirmed.
By 0r)per, C. J. F. II. Nierman et
1 ve. M. 0. Lraae, fiom the Ymo
Circuit Court, certiorari awarded ; C. P.
Bledeoe et al r'. A. M. Harris, from
the Copiah Circuit Court, motion to
. set aside order docketing and dipniixn
ing the cae was overruled; J. II.
'Wat on va. 1). N. Ore et al, from the
llolmfi Circuit Court, affirmed; Toe
Vicksburj and Meridian Railroad
Comrany rs. F. J. Khankey, from the
Warrtn Circuit Caurt, revereed and
reminded, the Court holding that the
veidict aaaagainat the manifest pre
ponderance of the tettimony; The
Liverpool, London and (ilobn Itiniir
arce Company vs. Van Os & Shunter,
from the Warren Circuit Comt, re
vemed and remanded ; The Illinois
Cmiiral Kailroad Company vs. CharleH'
I .truly, from the Maditon Circuit
Court, revi rniil and remanded.
Rtr Cimplii-H. J-J. A. MrClain vs.
J. J. J tiorr.t ri el at., from the Newton
Chance'v t''Mirt, Hllinnnd; J.din IVy
tcn va. tiio Planters' Compress (om-
pany, Irom tne warden uirruit. unurt,
affirmed; A. M Iloyd et al. vs. Tina.
1. Allen, from the li ilivar Chancery
Court, foversed and remanded ; the
Vitkabnri( and Muridin Ititiltovl
Compaiiy vs. T. M. Kcnlan, from the
Lnuderdale Circuit Court, revurtied
IIKATII (rtua I11N. JAMK8 BMITH
A cublogrum was recoivod here
WHlerday morning from Glantfow,
Scotland, nniiounrini; the diwiwu
there, on Ruturduy, of the Hon.
James Smith, a prominent citi
son and nativo of that city, who
was, fer many years before the
war, aa honored and beloved oil i
ten of this plain. He was an elder
brother of the lute Col. Robert A.
Smith of this city, who distinguished
himself in Uie Confederate army as
colonel of the Tenth MiwuHsiptd l(c(ri
menl und who was killed while lead
in); a intllant charge on a fort nt
In the summer of ISM there was u
reunion of the survivor of the Tenth
Mineis ippi Kriim-nt at MiimfordH-
villt' and all wer the cucsts ot .anil
entertained by Mr. James Smith, on
which oociwion be erected a monu
ment to hi brother's memory on said
battle field, on the spot where be fell.
Mr. James' Smith had returned to
Hentlund to Ijve many yeurn before the
War, yet all of bis sympathies were
with tbo Mouth ivnd they were niiiiii
fested in mifny Hiibstantinl ways. He
Bent arms and('iiijiiii'nts,HH u present
to this city, Htillieient to arm u com
pany. Ho was it public spirited mid
charitable man, is evidenced by the
liberal hoetowal of his benefactions
here, both public and private. He
was ono of the survivors of the
Arctic, wracked on the Atlantic ocean
in 1H55 while en route from Liverpool
to New York.
Mr. Hinilli has several near relatives
here and a host of warm and devoted
friends who mourn his death in deep
est sorrow. A public meeting of citi
li'HB will be held Wednesday night to
(five erpnwsion of sorrow at his death
and to eoinracmoratc his many virtues.
TIE SUPREME COURT.
Jnalltr. f Able arid r'nlinful Jndfri
To th Bdltws ,r tli Aiul :
Nashviih, Tknn.. April 10. I have
jat read the artich in the Aitkal
Iieaded ;A Clean Sweep." No l.iir
rainded man can object to the position
yon havctiikou. Tne bpiiscIof s clamor
against the present Supreme Court is
inspired by selfish motives and is nu
jtist t ftitl fal cnblie servants. Your
eujigfsieiis are timely, pertinent, con
servative and will bo indorsed by fcvrry
honest lawyer in the Htatn. I can pay
Irom an invvstigati'in of thn best ta
tetics I have been ebls to put my hand
upon that the Supreme Uonrt of Ten
nessee gets iiff more work in the year
than any t tner court of Una! resort in
the Uuion, rot excepting the Supreme
Conrt ol 1Kb United States with its
Dine Jndges. Alabama brags that her
Supreme Couit dinposts ot about 100
to 120 cases in the year to fauh judge.
Latt winter at Nashville the Tennes
tee Court disposed o(37 venue,133 State
and 411 civil capfs, agKregaling
in all 671, averaging to each
Judge, a ('action more than 114
case But during this time;
and for several weeks, only four of the
Judges provided. Jui'ge Freeman being
ouite sick, Judge John K. Cooper was
Anally appointed in h's steed. My our
laws Siao soil revenue cacs always
have precedent'?. Tlies classes of
cases weie not only numerous, hut
were both unusually i", ai well as un
usually compile e I and important,
involving in a liuiuhi r of iiihtances
lile, lrg,( siiioiiiiiM of property and
coustitivii n.il issnis. T'.e Ccnrt ad
jonrned at Ki.oxvitle, after a continu
ous cession (withonl the h e? of a i!ay)
of two moiilbs ju-t time weeks be
fore the t-rin I ean at Nashville. The
Judges mi t a' Nashville on th? firft
Monday iu I) iccniher snd sat until
about the 12t'i of March, ju t thrte
weeks before convening at Jacks m,
without the I iss of a dHy, except the
usual time fer ( hristmis bivi.'nys
The adjournment at Nai-hville a
earlier than ex ceded, because the
William m Car aeked that it bo dure,
or rather that their caes g over to
the next term. It had been under
Btood that with the biiHinets before the
Court it could not try the Nasliv He
docket, and lawyers not expecting
trials bad not prepared. The Couit
nevertheless, announced i's readiness
to take p and try any cases
counsel wonld consent to. There is a
Cloud in a.nuvt every S ate in the
Union b cans -of the accumulation .f
cases and the delay of trials in tl e Su preme
Conrt, aid ttie fact reii,aii,s
that cur Tennessee court ilinpi h e of
more than a.iy one of the otheis, Sut
or Federal. A little investigation will
Bhow tfai't the clumor atainpt the
puBent opreule Court has no bias,
and is, ti ertfore, unjust. There is n.'i
incentive to h ijesf devfon to the
public t rice if fa.thlul Judges are lo
be strnck d in merely to apreare a
populer pernor which is bsped en a
misapprh-iii-ion (f faets. Tbe trie
and Just D mocracy pf Tennetes wi I
rally to ti.e tupport ot tbe men who co
faithfully per'oancd their duiier, ae
will b shown by a comparison of
their labor with that of their prede
cessors aDd the Judges cf every other
rtote in the Urion.
A Eajayabla r.arrrt-I aellesoeal
Over Ibe ApproarblB :ltla.
IcouurosDisci or rut irrL.I
Cohinth, Miss., April 12. A concert
was given Friday evening last at the
opera-house for the benefit ' of the
Christian church, which was a grand
success financially as well as other
wise. The Corinth talent loomed up
in great Hhae to the surprise of all
present. The young ladies taking part
were very pretty, and handsomely
dressed, and eueli ierfiruiered her
part to perfection. Id-citations, solos,
instrumental p'cees and tableaux
were highly interesting. The even
ing entertainment wound up with a
very umusing drama entitled Stagt
Struck, which was the "hit" of the
Those taking part in it were, Misses
Mattie Chandler, Kllie S nail and Mr.
Hobt. Iliirnhill nf Corinth, assisted by
Mr. Walter Collier of .Memphis, who
was the cause jif much amusement to
The people of Corinth are Is-coming
very interested over the coming elec
tion, which will take place now in a
very few days and wi'l decide in
r-'bakespenre's words, "To be (whisky),
or not to be."
Mr. J.C. Price of Lynchburg, Va.,
who is quite a favorite in Corinth, ar
rived here y. sterility, and the attrac
tions are so great that we do not see
bow he can resist spending a few
days. There will he an entertainment
given this evening in honor of his
arrival by bis many friends. w.
fcualileii IhI f n 1'rettiyK-rlan
Wlnlsler-Tlift Fruit Proxitrrls.
lOOKKKSI'ONIIKVei OW TH It AKPKAL. I
HiHNAMHi, Miss., April 12. -Mrs.
i'linnie rowell died o( pneiiinonia
Mitiirday iiiorning anil was interred
yesterday. She leaves three children.
The I'ev. A. S. Mcljimerocli, Pres
byterian minister ut this jioint, died
suddenly yesterday ut his residence,
aged fifty-live years.
Ih'ports from various points along
this line indicate that the fruit trees
have not been materially injured by
last week's frosts. j. I. c.
A Krverrml Nwlniller.
Mii.waukkk, Wis., April 12. A spe
cial from Watertown, Wis., to the Sen
tinel says the Rev. I. T. Kindlier some
six months ago came here from Man
istee, Mich., to take charge of tho
German Kvangelica1 Church. Ho was
n very important appearing person,
dignified and pompous. His ministra
tions wero successful and ho hud no
dilliciilty in having bis wants of what-
i-ii-i eniiiiieier niiiohhi, geuing
trusted to a considerable amount by
those of his flock who wero in business
and others. He left town a few days
ago, bis absence being a mystery until
yesterday, when a letter was received
from him hv ('barbs Bechman, presi
dent of his Church Committee, written
from Detroit, tendering bis resigna
tion and informing any inijiiiring
Mends that be would be safe in Her
Majesty's nonunion, just across the
river. It is now learned, that he bad
borrowed about ijW.l In money from
various parties in sums of from ;25 to
i'JtlO. He bad a coiilirmation class
last Sunday, and the fee he exacted
from the meiiibem of it bo pocketed,
together with the proceeds obtained
front the sale of 50.1 tickets for n 10
cent concert that he had planned.
Heveral clothing stores had furnished
him with stylish suits on credit, anil a
jeweler was not slow in selling him a
line gold walch on trust.
Illofxly lUtiltt in the Monutnlna of
Iirisvii.i.B, Kv., April 12. A Courier
JmirmU special tells of a bloody battlo
fought in the mountain wilds of Har
lan county, Ky on March 2(!th. John
Hay ami three Milliard brothers and
two Napier brothers wero on tlioir
way to a log rolling. There they mot
Isaac Day, Jakejind Saul liarkhart
and Silas Hogg. They wero all armed
with ritles, and sheltering themselves
behind trees, began firing. The firing
lasted half an hour, when both parties
retired. Haul liarkhart was killed out
right, Jake liarkhart was seriously
wounded and Silas Hogg was shot
through the head, but not fatally.
The parties have surrendered and nru
now in jail. The trouble grew out of
the arrest of liae Day, charged with
stealing. His brother went on his
bond, but surrendered him and the
A IrriiKKiMl'M Hory.
Mr. Isaac C. dUhapman, druggist,
Newhurg, N. Y., wri es us: "I have
for the ait ten years sold several
gross of Dr. William Hall's Halsa'n for
the Lungs. lean say of it what I
cannot say of any other medicine, I
have never beard a customer speak of
it but to praise its virtues in tbe high
est manner. I have recommended it
in a great many cases of who iping
cough, with the happier effects. I
have used it ii my own family for
many yearn; in fact, always have a
bottle iu the medicine closet ready (or
Thr Prraona lrwnfsl.
liiciiMoND, Va., April''!. Informa
tion ban been received, hero of the
drowning of three tneinbeis of a sur
veying party while crossing the New
river at Sunnyside. The party con
sisted of the following pe sons: 0. J.
and William Hood, P. H. and Sam
Quiiuby, W. A Haynes and a negro
ferryman. C. J. Hood and IheQuimhy
brothers wero drowned by tbe upset
ting of the bout They were in the
employ of the Chesapeake and Ohio
ra:lroa(i engineers' department.
Advice to Mother.
Mrs. Vinslow's Soothiug Syrnp
should always be used when children
are cutting teeth. It relieves the little
sufferer at once; it produces natural,
quiet sleep by relievirg the ehild
from pain, and the little cherub
awakes as "bright aa a buttou." It is
very pleasant to tsste. It Bootbes
the child, softens the gums, allays all
pain, relieves wind, regulates the
bowels, and is the best know u reoedy
for diarrhiea, whether arising from
teething or other ranees. Twenty-tive
Wlil.kj und lirspiMiiloni'jr t hp '
Kansas City, Mo., April 12. At an
earlv hour vesterdnv morning Silves
ter Itaker sfiot bis sleeping w ife in the
forehead and t: en Rent a bullet into
b s own brain. Both are now in a
critical condition and ure not expected
to survive through the night. bisky
and despondency is the cause.
Nrolt'a Kinnlalon of I'ni
Cod Liver Oil, wiih Hypopho-phites,
in Pulmonary Allntioi.s and Scrofu
lous Dii-eaets. Dr. Ira M. Lang, New
York, Bays: "I have prescribed Scott's
Kiuuiion and nsed it in my fsmily
and am greatly pleased with it. Have
found it very serviceable in Scrofulous
diseases and Pulmonary ail actions. M
A MOT-HEADED WITAESS.
TAX BEXTHUYSEX BEFORE THE
Lively Tilt With Mr. Kannej-E-it-ors
Polltier and Dana De
onaeed as Liars.
Washington, April 12. When the
Telephonic Iovestigstion Committee
met this morning Walton Vaa Ben
thuysen of New Orleans, pretiJent of
the National Improved Telephone
Company, was placed upon the stand.
He said that bis company owned, bnt
did not use, seven of the Rogers tele
phonic inventions. His acquaintance
with Mr. Young; dated from the dis
mistal of tbe PitUbur suit. Young
had told witness of tbe passage of a
law authorizing tbe institution of gov
ernment suits, and witness bad de
clared his intention to secure such ac
tion. Young, however, had assured
him that tha Attorney General, being
interested in a telephone company,
would certainly refuse to have any
thing, to do with the matter, where
upon witners had lost his tenner and
declared that tbe Attorney-General
bad no right ti interfere with his
(witness's) individual rights. There
had been an agreement between him
self and Young at Memphis, but,while
there had been a few notes taken, it
had never been formally reduced
to writing. Under the agree
ment each party agieed t) furnish
evidence and a model, and
divide the expenses, but wero to
furnish their own laWyers, for a suit
againBt the Bell Company. Witness
ha I gone to Waukesha, Wis., then to
Washington, and afterward lo Hew
Yoik, where be had received an an
swer to an application he had made to
the Attorney-General, dated Ju'y 14,
1885, slating that the matter bad been
red rred to tbe Secrets ry of the Inte
rior, tJ whom it should have been re
ferred originally. When witness after
ward railed upon Aitorney-Ueneral
Garland, that gentleman had court
eously but firmly refused to bear him
on telephonic matters, and witness
had become very indignant and
threatened to appeal to the President.
Within two days witness had called
again, with Mr. Briereon, an attrrney,
to secure promise that be would ai t
promptly upon applicat on for suit
against the Bell Company, if referred
to the department thiough a district
attorney. Still the At'orney-Qeneral
had peremptorily refused to tonch the
matter. Witness had an indistinct
impreptdon that tbe Attorney-General
was asked if he had any objection to
tne withdrawal of witness s orig
inal application for suit, and
that he had replied that
he had no objection. Witness bad
gotten the paper from Commissioner
Montgomery of tbe ratent Ullice, but
Mr. Gat land had never ordered the
w thdrawal of the application as had
been tUled. Witness dtBiied towith
draw tho application after he learned
that no law bad been passed author
ising suit as he had supposed, because
he ws fearful that it would fall into
the bands of the same peop'e in the
Patent Oflice who had bt oa conucct
ed with the issue of the Bell paten's,
who might use the papers to forestall
the witness. He bad also been tild
that there wore empl yttB withsn tho
Palent Olflco who wore aiting in the
interest of the bell Company. Wit
ness did not believe that Young knew
anything about the withdrawal of tbe
The chairman inquired if it were
true that copies r.f the Interior De
partment proceedings had been
printed for the New Cleans suit, with
The witness, with a great deal of
beat -That was another Lo circulated
by the Bull Company. ' The Boll
Company hat circulated the report
that it was a trick on the court," ex
claimed tbe witness. "Those who cir
culated it are liars, and they know
that they are liiu-j."
The witness at this point turned lfls
a'tention to that part of Dr. Kogers's
testimony reflecting on his integrity,
and lie declared there was not a-wnrd
of truth in Rogers's statement tha'
Senator Harris had denounced witness
as a scoundrel.
Mr. Kannt-y began to catechiie the
wituofs with reference to the omission
nf the N'ipber affidavit from tiie In
terior Department recoid. -
Tbe witness bad a long controversy
with Mr. Kanuey about the matter
and declared that that g-ntleman was
trying to misrepresent his motive in
omitting the affidavit. He ol jneted
to the a tcinpis tj besmirch him by
counsel for other companies.
"What do you mean by th at T" in
quired Mr. Kanney.
The witaess I understood that
vou are here as the advocate of the
Mr. Kanney (indignantly) Who
told you that; where did you get it?
Witness I have been told tl at you
own stock in the Bell Company,
Mr. Kanney I will toll you that I
do not own any stock in the Bell
Company ; do not know any officer in
that company, and have no more con
hection with it than yon have.
Witness (coolly) If I were not on
the stand and ma le such a ststsment
you would say that you did not be
lieve me. Now, unless you go under
oath, I will not believe your state
ment. I have done a proper duty
here in the interest i f my comprnv
and i f the public aud I do cot in end
that au body shall btsmirch my char
ai'ltr. Mr. Ittnney (xngrily) If you don't
ston your impudent
Witness (interrupting) When yon
nndeitike ti nnike it appeur that I
have tried to play a trick on the court,
yon can't do it with me.
Mr. Kanney I Intvn sskfil you a
proper question aud insist ou au an
Witners I dony that the qnettlons
Mr. Kinnev Why did not you ob
ject when the Chairman asked you
about the maiterr
Witness Because I wanted an op
portunity to reply to the slanderous
insinuations in this record.
Mr. Kanney By hiuif
Witness By the quei-tions aekrd
here by the cro s examinations. It
baa been asserted here, aud published
lo the New York papers, tho Sun and
World aud the editors of those papers
are lying scoundre s that there wai
a trick played upon the court. That
is a barefaced, slanderous 1 e, and the
msn who uttered it is a bi rolwced liar.
This dec'siation thrt'W iha cminut
tea 11 1 a Hotter, and the chairman
pinndid 1 1 e table with bis iit to re
atcecrJUr. Aftjr a while .the witnesa stain pro
ceeded. He wanted t tell a l be said.
1 This is nit my Inn er shall I use
the word here?''
Witness continuing, rradiiied a let
tr that be had recened from Casy
Yuiig dated Wellington, March 31,
1886, in which Young tells biiu cf bis
dipcovery cf the supplemental agree
ment in the bnt'om of tbe trunk.
At this pnict t'e ommittee ad
journed until Wednesday.
APPEAL TUESDAY, APRIL 13, 1886.
M MUTUAL LIFE I. C
OP XVXB'OT YORK,
IIIIIIAKO A. McCUKOY, t : t : .'reorient.
flarrender Tlo-a Indorr4 Pollelea. Ha Forfeiture. Cheapest
la tbe Warld.
A TiB3C. xmBKINB, IWT.TJ.. i t t Xlxumliier.
JNO. F. WILKERSON, Agent,
TVo. 2 "oton Kieliance Itiilldfug. Metnplilw.
THE LIVERiYORE FOUNDRY AND MACHINE COMPANY.
FOUNDRY & MACHINE DEPT160tom Adams St., Memphis.
-aatlas. t f
" dirZl fiummuK t . . A Nats,
-cts "-VT.T- - f lji' Rail war
IKON & RAILWAY SUPPLY DEPT. 226 and 228 Second St
iBiKoeuuri in this Iruartmont to JOHN MANOQUK.)
a-Wr'tn n tor uif..rit.iilini nn ANY 'HUM) In rlthr lin.
P. H. AL-TSJ,
And Commission tforeltui.ts. H, , Corn Oaf h. Bran, Chop Feed, OUOfeal,
Lit- , l enient, I'luHler, Uuildliig nod Fire Hrlri, tc.
Cor. From, and Union. 1 Howard's J?ovt Memphis.
NO. M. TOOK. K. L, MoUOWAN. J. H. MoXIGHK. W.d.PATTESUW
TOOF, nn & CO.,
Wholesale Grocers, Cotton Factors,
And Iealera In Levee aud Railroad Supplies,
Wo. 274 "Front StTvt -TVTwmTiIa, Tsnwewi"-
WOO DL AWN STOCK FARM.
WT WOOTILAWN 1. loontod within four mile of Court Pquaro, Memphli, and oontiin 240
aorB 200 Horen iu irraHfl. all un lor ff"d lene; hafl larne atabtea, good ihade and rannibR
water all tha yaar round, and will be devoted enti'oly to pasturing and railing stock of ever J
variety 1 nin now prepared to reooive and sell on commission all kinds of bloodod and
radad Stock, Horses, Cutile, Shoe, Hors, Poultry, etc lhoss havinn stck for sale I shall
be glad to correipond with them. Tho?e who desire to purchase, I will endeavor to obtain
what ibev rf iniro. The In lowing Stallions will stand the season at Wondlawn !
is 4KU WAV Dark brown stallion. Hi bnml high, by Enquirer, dam Rurica by Rurfo.
MarkHWy won treat Pout .Stake, ht. l ouia, 1878.2 mile heifs. !n A:M and 3:35, and the
followinr day won tbe (larnoan Cup, mile heats, In 1:43 and 1:4. Is horae of fine style
ond sure foal, lietlor F, o, 20.
lil,HJI -Ily Triton (own brother to Trinket 2:14), dam Miss Butler, dam of Maud
Butler; breeder's oert ficate, 2 :2HS, as 3 year-i old. Hol'on is rich blood bay, 3 yean old,
15.3 tiinh, levtl aaited, and proiuife.' groat si,cod Foe, $1. n.
Rt r Hi:. Umce is a dark bay trotting and pneing stallion, winner of Jfirst
Priie ai Knrrviile, hands hiab, sired by II, y Disk, hn l,y Lexington. Feo, $10.
Bl,4'K Hcgistered A. 1. !. C. Jery Bull. , ,
KO't hALK-One young lersoy Bull. Pescocks, f.0 per nnir: O'evhound Pupl, 110 eacni
NewfoumllHnil Pups, ill) onch) lllaok Breasted UadOame Kifgs, tl per dnien.
lr C. I. SM i II, Votcrinary piurgon, canLe consulted at V ooalann. City Agents, JAB.
JAK B.M1TU 4 CO., -4 Front. Address a I tt-rs .,
JIWiPH HI'HKT.21 Fr-nt tr"ot, Memphis. Tenn. .
W. A. GAGE & CO.
So. Mil Front Wtr'?t,, : M cmnliiw. Tan.
ternberg & Son,
(SVl'CESNOIM TO HTF.RHBF.RO LEE)
TOBACCO, CIGARS & PIPES,
336 Front St., Cor. Union. Memphis, Teim.
IB" ('null tlvniK'M (
UW AID PJLASIHH-MIIX, HAfT-TABOi
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Molding, Lumber,
Lath and Shinglea, Flooring, Ceiling and Codar TostSe
si Kyi iif in. . TKiyxffKHKr.
Cotton Factors, ITholesalo grocers,
No. 11 Cnlou Street, : : JlempbU, Teas.
Boiler Irs a
H. il. M ttKI.
WALK UT SIDEBOARD,
' -7 to 10.
1 20 it $15.
Ice Cream Freezers,
Fly Fans and Traps,
Stoves, Tinware, Etc
237 Main st,3Temphis
nrobNii(H himI I'lnniw.
ELL & 00.
ffft f! E97i b n s BBS ,t -.
UJDEEW 8TEWAET, Hew Orlwuu.
STFURT. WfJfJF A CD
NO. 856 JLXD 838 FRONT STREET, MEMP1IIS, TEIfH,
STEVART BROTHEnS & COEIPAIJY'
COTTON FACTOBS AND C03I111SSI0N MEIICHANTIS, '
SEW ORLEAIHS, LrOFI8IANA.
Oils tSs 3XT.elt7-.el1 Stores
Office, 349 Front Street, Memphis, Teiin.
Iu D. MULLINS. of lata J. K. Godwin k Co. JA8. TONQK, laU o( J. W. Caldwell e
MULLINS & YONGE,
Cotton Factors & Com mission Merchants
No. 1 Howard's Bow, Cor. Front and Union, Memphis.
Winer.f horntoH & Co
Cotton Factors, Wholesale Grocers,
Wo. aOO Front slreet. : IScnipliis, Tenn.
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TOS. 278 AND B0 FTIOTJ7 STItET MEMPHIS.
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Cotton Factors and
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Cotton Factors, Commission Servants.
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