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J'U nLlSHED EVERY FRHAY.
GKEEN & WILLIAMS
Tiik t ite couveiti-;i f public
school o!licers m-H i the senate
chamber nt N-.shvill., T.KM.lay
Wi: hiivc at last loini'i a curiosi
ty an eliti;r i:i the --roil tte
Tennessee whu reaid th Cnnrea
Thomas JcFFEim j will hang in
Me nidus on the- 18th o" Jaanry
next for the murder of W.n
land, a dravnt.in.
Wk h-aru fru tin Stieaiiii
American Ih.tl iri tithe tii 1 i!i oi
November, 1888, 1.137 pi tents nave
been granted in the United Suu-s
patent office for car couplers.
Sinck the recent election, we have
read repeatedly of the disgraceful
manner in which some of the North
ern republicans nave acted, espec
ially in the state ot Indiana. Along
the stteets and in some of the win
dows pictures of President Cleve
slill remain, and on parades ami
celebrations the republicans throw
stones through these windows, fire
into the houses, and actually threat,
en to apply the torch. It has be
come unsafe for democrats t' live
in some portions of the state above
mentioned, and they are offering
valuable property at a sacrifice in
order to get out of the country. Why
is it that the great republican papers
Of the noith and weit lo not make
some mention ol this.' JUet uuch a
scene be enacted at the South, and
how quickly would Murat Halstead,
the Globe Democrat and others
picture and portray it in all its
hidcousneas, and roil it as a sweet
morsel under their Ungues. But
this occurs at the North, and their
lips are sealed.
A ooou deal has beeen written by
northern editors of late in regard
!. no,rr,. od ih Knoth These
IW " I
cd iters are endeavori ng to jnit it
into the negroe's head that his rights
and liberties are Ix-.insr taken away
from him; that instead of governing
this country as I hey claim that
he should do. he is throvvn asi te
and his vote uncounted. The ne
ivi'otsin the ooutti have sense
Piiniiirh to know who their friends
are, and as an evidence of this tact.
they prefer to reside here among u
thus shawms? their appreciation ol
the treatment they receive. Tlier,
ia no class ol ierjp! living who
would interfere (pucker thia S ith -erners
te see that a negro gets his
rights, notwithstanding all this blow
of the North alxmt be'imr the best
friend he has on earth. The white
people own the brains, inl talligen.:
and wealth ot the South an I xoeci
to run it as long ;is they live; a i
wl.euever a n a tiicrn ma : attempt
to lake advantage of a negio.-'s ir
norance and te'l him that he should
hold-the reins nt government over
this country, he is tanning a flame
that will prove detrimental to the
latter rue. As Ex-Uov. Marks
very truthfully s iid in one of his
speeches during (he recent canvas,
as presidential elector, '( d Al
mighty has placed the crown of gov
ernment on Lho brow of the Anglo
Saxon race, ami whoever attempts
to usurp that power will sufter
"What itxl hath joined together,
let no man put asunder."
One of the most lamentable af
fairs that has ocuned in t!ie S ut!i
in years took plae-? in B'rmingham,
Ala., the latter part of lat week.
The tragic end teaches a Urrible
lesson to all who favor mob law,
Richard llawes, described as being
a man of tine appearance, and at
one time a leader in the social cir
cle iu which he moved at Atlanta,
formed the acquaintance of Miss
l ettis, who was one ot the most
beautiful and attractive young la
dies of that citv, and as they both
moved in the same sphere,, an at
lachmeul between me two sprung
up which fi-ially euda-l in marriage,
By this union, llawes became the
lather of three children, a boy anj
two frills. lhev lived toe-ethor
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nun nu wue nappny ur years,
Aa time wore on, llawes begun to
susp-ct his wile of uudue conduct,
and after satisfying himsell tha.
lie was correct, instituted suit tor
divorce. 1-rieuds of the family
pcrsuaiie.i llawes to return to hi3
wile, and the bill was thrown out of
court, and heard his family moved
to Montgomery, whore they livcl
.ijtar ago, when ihey
came to Birmingham. During all
this time, things were not as pleas-
ant between the two im could have
Ir'uikins, ami she accuse ! him ol
truel and bruta! treatment. While
in Diriuinghnm lie frequently mis- ranged the following questions lor
fr(!ii(.l his wife, and on more than . discussion:
one occasion the neighbors wero j Introductory sermon for criticism
called in to prevent him from do- j -Elder W. J. Hodges,
in-her injury. Not long since hej Should every church have a Suu .
became fascinated by another wo-j day-school and what is tue best
iuhii, ami last week w.n married to . mel hod of maiutaiuutg them through
her ' in C)bunbii3, Miss. In the the winter months? Z. T. Johnson,
ine.in time Mr. Uawes No. I was What is the duly of the church
mining, us well as the two little with respect to missions, and what
irirls, ami could nowhere be found. I is
SiHi.ieion was strong that Haves
had uiurdwred thera. I he llawes
family had very uiiceremonenualy
br.iken nn house keeping in Bir
mingham, the residence which they
occupied, upon investigation, show
in.' thai it had ht'ea hurriedly va-
iMi--d. an I taiiis ol 1im1 on me
au "Is and Mols of blood on the floor
wt-re visib.e. A ri:id search was
ins ituted to ascertain the fate of
Mr. llawes and her two children.
The lwdy of one of the lUtle girls
wa discovered in a lake near the
city, and afterwards the lake was
dragged and the body ot Mrs.
llawes also found, which was heav
ily weighted with railroad iron,
llawes returned to Birmingham
from his bridal tour, and circumstan-
lial evidence was so strong against
him that he was arrested and con
fined in jail. In the mean time,
the citizens were strong in denoun
cing the fiendish perpetrator of the
dee. I, and threats ot lynching were
made by crowd who had assembled
in the" streets to discuss the
sad aifair. So dangerous bad
the situation become, that oneiia
Smith, with an extra lorce ot ponce
was sent to the jail, with repeating
rifles to guard the prisoner. As
they approached the jail tne crowd
of people gradually Aew larger.
The determined sheriff, with his
well armed deputies stood at the en
trance and warned them that if
they approached farthei it would
be at the peril of their lives.
Maddened and infuriated by the
horrible deed that had been com
mitted, they rushed recklessly on,
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uisregaraii ihb .UB.a o. vc oi
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in to halt, riuauy me commanu
were .riven to ure. ror h moment
the cries of the wounded and dying
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was awiut. me cvowu oispeiseu,
Imt not until nine men naa been
killed ami thirty wounded. It is
c'liimed that those who were killed
were innocent citizens, who were at
the head of the mob trying to per
suade them lo disperse, and to al
low the law to take its course in re
gard to llawes. telienli feinith is
;reatly censured by the people ol
Birmingham. He with a nuinler
of depntits. has been ariesied on a
warrant sworn out charging the n
with murder, and is now under a
S25000 boud. IJe has since resuni
ed 1 he duties of his offije. Quiet
has been restored. Cr v. ojay en
dorsed tha action of tiu sheriif and
said he "was glad ttiat Jettjrsu
county had a high Mlienff, who, no
matter h v oainlul his dutv. could
uphdd the law ami protect me
county jail." Mtb law is a dreadful
thing in any form.
lo ilardamin iarmers.
lhe following premiums are ot-
fered by B. M. Hord, Commission-
er of Agriculture, to lhe farmers ot
Ueht yield of three acres corn,
fifty ears to represent crop, co.
second best condition same a
llnrd best condition same as
Fourth best condition same as
Best yield of three acres ot oats,
one bushel to represent crop, $0.
Second best as above, ?4.
Third best as above, $2.75.
Ix-st yield one acre ol cotton,
juality and quantity considered, $5. t he $250,000,000 arrearages of peu
Second best, $4. sioa DiU. He said the military Ul-
Ihird best, iz. 50.
All persons wishing to compete
must observe the rules published
ii iiici men s itsiiu oi iiio utiii-n"
riN. JAS. ii. oWEETON.
secretary County V heel.
Fifth Sunday Meeting of Unity Asjocia-
At a filth Sunday meeting of tiii-
bo iy held with Clover Creek Bap-
tist Church eiubraciu? the fifth San-
Jy m September, Tiuson was ap-
poiuteJ a8 lhe uext ,ace of meet;Uir
I irt . .... i.. .. i.r
i ..i. v ui-i on x-1 may ueiuiu
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the tilth Sunday in December, and
continue three .lavs, aim tho oust,, r
and ollioers of Pins m Baptist Church
ere appointed a committee to ar-
ieu a i mmuiee to ar
range a pr..grun ana reuuest its nub-
pr..gr im and rep.iest its imb
lication in the Slate Wheel aud
ulade at J.icoou, B jlivar Biixe.
tin allKilirar and the Tennessee
l?Aiitist nt M.
lhc8o meeti,iSa ar to effect mire
,boroUirh ornizilim. of i-l.r;,,;,,,
WnrL- to i,,; - ..t ....
an1 to develop L-rentr ucfulnp.
Lmnn n... hi.i, 411 ...
1 ... w ...x. an uiiujs'.ers
and laymca are urged lo attend
these meetings and participate in the
disciieisious. The committee baa ar-
tte best nieltious ot tlinusioa; a
spirirt of missions among the mem
feers? II. W. Tiibble.
The best method ot promoting
church growth Eldei (J. A. West.
The duty of the chinches to new
converts J. P. Kiucaid.
The importance of couutry church
es to the growth of the denomination
Elder U. C. McDauiel.
The spirit in which cou trover led
subjects should be preached W. ti.
Inmuu, D. D.
The importance of eyery church
member recognizing an individual
work lor Christ Elder V ii Jor,
Exegesis, ' James ii; 24 D J.
Is there a difference between the
church and the kingdom of Christ?
What does the kingdom e nbrace?
Elder J. S. McCraw.
TEA. till ESf TEN a.
Editors Bulletin : Peace and
quiet reigns supreme in our town.
Cotton is changing hands rapidly
at moderate prices. It is sold in
vaiious markets, a fair per cent, of
it going to isolivar. farmer.-, gen
erally speaking, are in better cir
cumstances than they have been for
Miss Mattie Comer is visiting her
sister, Mrs. Outlaw at Uptonville.
The two County Wheel secreta
ries visited your city last week, and
returned with a supply of cotton
bagging for the wheelers of this sec
A grand lion was given to the
young people, at the lesidence of J
J. Anderson on last Wednesday
night. It was a most enjoyable af
Air. u. d. iims oi xuaoison -
j has moved into our midst. We ex
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ienu to nun a nearly weicoiue.
1'rot. u. Lt. Uotlonim oienec
Mada . e Rumor says several wed-
dings are to be soon. So mole it le
Our coramunity was thrown into
considerable excitement last W edues
diy on the report being circulates
that a wolf had been killed by R. M
Armstrong, ne tr Esq. Comer. The
wolf was one of the very largest
weighing 175 pounds. It has been
prowling in Clover bottom for. the
past 12 months, and has killed near
ly all the sheep and pigs on the sur
Success lo the Bulletin under its
fhe board of control have cm
celled the lease between the state
utwl I io ( i ii I f ti ml Shin TsIaii d ist 1 1
. . state couvicta. Iuhuman
treatment and non compliance with
conliact is alleged as the reason tor
the stop. llolly fcpruig8 oouth.
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t A snecial diFpatch to the Ava
ianci,e frora Washington, dated
December 11th. lias the following'
Tennessee came nandsoraeiy to lite
nint lo-iiav 111 me uiscusdion oi
the direut tax bill. Mr. Enloe pre
seated a very strong hi-uhichu
against the constitutionality ol the
bill, insisting that it is neither sua
tained by law nor by preceaent
He charged that it was the lmpna
tiou of the money power, designed
to open the way for the depletiou
of the treasuary by the passage oi
the 25 .000,001) swamp laud act
the if 30. 000,000 Frencn spoliation
job, the 878,000,000 Blair bill, ceu
i rail.zation scheme, the 8250,000,
000 .l mlent 1)enslou zrAun
ent of entrenched monopdy had
formed the measures in V shape
and were marching on the treasurv
ith the direct tax bill in front, lo
vcorU tha rnliiiiina or t&rin retorni
. . ,..-.. ,i..u.
and convert uie surpms o.to ucu
cjc to prerent an honest revision ot
I Ki lorlll
Dregeute(1 a ., .verfui aru
niftiit in favor of the refun bug ot
i r m.
.h(i ,w-o institutional coUou lax and
demonstrated the great disadvanta
iies under which the c ottou-produ
ci,' ul.M Ibor. ou tacLcouuL ot ,he
"l1"? " V u" ZZlTZ
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i that rn v irrtcn.ui oi a oer cent OI
I J " e . ..
the pension money collectel iroiu
the.se ever returned, except as loans
to draw interest agauwt labor, and
fl fJ th1 lhe,ue(l11(a.,,ly ot, ttia
lmrdeus ot government imposed Uj)ou
ti. initio I-II Stillj 1:1 t4 lll:4lllr i ki
the Southern states, ia the mailer ot
pensions alone, amouuted to over
$300,000,000 since the . war. His
speech was commeuted ujou as one
ot the strongest yet iua Ij oa tut 8
Mrs. Ida C Wilson wishes to ca.l
the attention ot the public to her
miiinary estab ishment on Market
St. Sue als i haj a nice liuo of toys
ol every description, which she of
fers for sale cheap. decH-2
LEO A L A D VER TISEMENTS.
N ON "EES1BSNT NOTICE.
In Hn Circuit Court of Hardeman Coun
ty, State of Tennessee. Minnie Mc
Bonald'K. J. V. McDonald Petition
In this cause it appears from the etition
which is sworn to, that the residence of
the defendant in unknown and after dili
gent inquiry cannot Ihj ascertained. It
is therefore ordered that lie make his ap
pearance and defend tloscan.se within the
first three day of the next term of the
paid circuit c;nrt to be held at the coit
house in the town ot I'olivar Tenn. ort
the first Tuesdav in January, 1889. or the
...;n -i... . "i r i- i ' . I
nuic win ,ue iuKi.ii ir coil lessen ana pro
ceeded with ex partp. It is further or
dered that ft copy of this order he pul
lished for four consecutive week in the
Boi.ivab Bulletin, a newspaper pnh-
i;.i,,i l..i: '
"icu in uic iuu i iMjuvHi: irnnneasee.
ti, : . n ... , o.o
T. M. XEWSO.M, Clerk. !
J. A. Foster, Atty. for Plaintiff.
NON-EESIDEInT NOriCE. ":
In tin- County Court of Tfardeman C-'osin-
lv, Tennessee. Eliza Ii:iy et ail., vs. H.
ii. llav, tt nl. lViition to m.11 land tor
Division. No. 1311 K. D.
In this ciiuse it appearini from peti
tion, which is sworn to, that the defen
dants, Win. Campbell and wiie Muliuda
Campbell, ore non-residenis o ttve wtate
of Tennessee. It is ordered that pnhli
calion he made for four successive weeks
in the KoiavAU UuiaKTiN, a newspaper
published at Bolivar, Tennessee, requir
ing mid defendants to enter their appear
ance herein by or within the first three
days of the January term, 18&), of the
County Court of Hardeman County,
Tenn., to be held at the court house in
Bolivar, Tenn., on Monday, 7U day of
January, LiSi), and plead , answer or de
mur to the petition in this cause, or the
same will be taken for contessed as to
theru and pet foi hearing ex parte. This
2tHh dav of Novemoer,
W. W. FAKLEY, Clerk.
Jesse Noruient, Solicitoi for l'etiiious-
In the Circuit Court of Ilavdemau conn ty ,
Tennessee. Monr.ie Coats vs. Ea-ter
IN this ran it appears from the Bill,
which is sworn to, that the residence
of '. lie defendant is unknown and uanim!
ho ascertained by diligent inquiry. It is
therefore ordered that she make her ai
pen ranee herein and plead answer or
demur to the within petition within the
three first days of the next term of the
court to be held the fiist Tuesday in Janu
ary next, or the petition will betaken for
confessed as to her and set for heaiinsj ex
parte, and that a copy oi this order be
published lor lour consecutive weeks in
1 he West Tennessee Star; a newspaper pub
lished at Bolivar, Hardeman county, Ten
nessee. This Nov 13, 18SS.
T. M. NEWSOM, Clerk.
C. A. & A. Miller, Atty's.
Chancery Court Sale of Land
Itv virine of a decr.e of s le made hv th e
C'iKoitOry Court of Hardeman conn'y,
Tenne.-sce, at t!ie September Term, 188S,
I willst'U t public outcry, to tlie liigb
ikL Viilder, ai tbe Court Houe dour in
Jwilivar, Tenn, vitliin lezal hour., 011
Salurd.iy, December 1st, 1S.SS, tiie tol
iO'A'in desci'Ib.d real estate in tbe fol
lowing cause to wit:
is. . lrown et al vs. Harriet 1 irtle
ct al lo. 'M 11. 1)., one tract of 1S1 1-10
acres situated in Civil District No. lo, of
Hardeman county, Tennessee, tins beinq;
the same land sol 1 to L. M. l'irtle by (r
W. Co'iiier on the 17tb day of Feb. 1836
TKR.vlS: On a credit of eibt months,
purcha-er to execute note with approved
tiecurilv for purchase monev, hen retain
ed and redemption barred. This Novem
ber 5tli, 1S88.
A. J . COA TE.S, C. & M
i uvtuwu tmjivi 1 it. tin
In Chancery at Jackson, Tennessee
8. A. Hurt et. al.. vs. James S
Boyd, et al.
In obedience to ari order entered in
tips cause at t tie .November term,
1888. iu M. Ji. 14, at page oi9. et
eez, I will ell al the courthouse in
S ornerville, Tenn., on
Tuesday, January 8, 1883,
the I nomas Taylor farm of 1230 1 10
acres, lying ue:ir New Castle, parlly
in Hardeman and partly in Fayette
counties, Tenn., and bounded on the
north by the Nev Castle and iSonier
viiio road; on the ea.-t by the lands
ol rfhiveisand Bas?, on tbe south by
the lands of Beard and Chambers;
on the west by the lan Is of Thomp
son, containing 1230 l10th acres.
Said lands will be subdivided and
sold in tracts, and then as a" whole,
and will be reported the way it
brniits I lie most.
TSHliS OF SALS One-fourili
cash; balance in 6, 12 and 18 month,
purchasers to executa notes with ap
proved security, bearing interest
liotn date, end a lien retained. Re
demption barre l. Sales oonlirnnd
the 4th Tues.lay in .January, 188S1.
R. A. HURl, C. iSc M.
This Dec. 6, 1S88.-
Pitts, Hava & Meeks, Solicitcrs.
lii ia lb Wall.
19 Monroe St., odd. Peatacj flutel,
M EM PHIS, - TENN.
Hot Lunches every Day.
C. A. & A. Miller,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Insurance V.2rii t
OFFICE, Soa.i Siie PnSlic Ssnare.
Houses insured in any part of the County.
What a Comfort I
No Dirt! No Fuss! No Back Ache!
and makes the Shoes WEAR BETTER.
Don't let the women have all lhe best things, but use
ONCE A WEEK FOR MEN.
ONCE A MONTH FOR WOMEN.
I find it a tip top Harness Dressing.
WOLFF & RANDOLPH, Philadelphia
This powder never varies. A marvel
of purity, strength and wholesomenesf!.
More economical nan ,' he ordinary kino,
nd cannot be sold in competition with
the multitude of low test, short weight
alum or phosphate powders. Sold only
iucans. Koval Baking Powder Co., 306
"Wall St., N. Y.
The Original Wins.
C. P. Simmons, St. Louis, Prop'r
M. A. Simmons Liver Medicine, Kst'd
1S40, in the U. S. Court defeats J.
H. Zcilin, Prop'r A. Q. Simmons Liv
er Regulator, Kst'd by Zeilin 186S.
M. A. S. L. M. h&s for 47 years
cured Indigestion, Biliousness.
Appetite, Sour Stomacic, Etc.
Kev. 1 15, iteams, JrastoriVi. n,.
Church, Adams, Tenn., writes: "1
think 1 should have been deaci but
tor your Genuine M. A. Sim
mons Liver Medicine. I have
sometimes had to substitute
"ZeiIins stuff" for your Medi
cine, but it don't answer the
fOPLtl Dr. J. R. Graves, Editor The
Memphis. Tenn. says;
received a packacre of vour Liver
Medicine, and have used half of it.
It works like a charm. I want no
better Liver Regulator and cer
tainly no more of Zeilin's mixture
Centanr Liniment is tbe most
wonderful Pain-Cnrer tbe
world lias ever known.
We have ju 8t opened pp n full
stock ol DRY GOODS, GROCE
RIES, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS,
CAPS, HARDWARE, QUEENS
WARE, IINWARE, ETC. In
fact everything sold in a iirst-cla&s
house of general merchandise.
We make a ppecialty ot buying
EprF, CliicKfn , Butter, anil all
Countrv IVoilnde. Our entire
BtMCt isN-EW and FRESH. We
irom the ('lu-ap:st Markets, and lor
CASH we will not be undersold by
anybojy in ardeman C'm Y
Call and price our goods and you
will be convinced that, wi; re sell
ing cheaper than gosxls were ever
feol.l in this country.
Asking a liberal patronage of out
fnen'!.f we are yours truly,
Grand Junction, Atifj. 30, 1883.
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Saw Jlill Locatcilat
Mill ai Dressei Limta,
Flooring, Ceiling, Laths, Shingles, Paling, Brackets,
Oldest and livest lumber firm in Madison or Hardeman Counties. Get Prices before
purchasing elsewhere. Orders from a distance solicited.
AT-Xi COMMUN ICATIONS MUST BE ADDRESSED TO
S. R. CONGER, Proprietor,
mm y m
--A. M. ERNST, Proprietor. -
333 Main St. (office up Stairs) Memphis
GOLD. SILVER. NICKEL & COPPER
plating; polishing, laquoring
and OXIDIZING on all Metals.
G. 11. Grain,
Will be found in Ins office every
H aturday, iu each vveek. Dental
work doue iu rood style, and satis
I A. M'Clarau
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, BOOTS
SHOES, II ATS, CAPS, AND
PLANTATION SUP PLIES AN D
He Invites the Public to test
Wi!l pay a liberal price for Coun
try produce and Cotton.
The POLICE GAZETTE will be
mailed, ecuiely wrapped, to any
address in the United States foi
three months upon receipt of One
men aud z. fox.
Franklin Njuiro, New York.
A Normal School in
We will on the 16th of July, 1883
open a two mouths training school
ror teachers, to be conducted un.
on normal principles. The course
(teachers)includ8 all branches
taught in the free schools ot Venn ,
and Miss, address,
Whitten and CoRXKLira,
The HOTEL EElCHiillO
5G to 64 CARONDELET STREET,
New Orleans, La
On American and European Plan.
Centrally Located near the Cot
ton Exchange and Princi pal
RES A U K V N V IN ) NT .V E C
TION WITH THE HOTEL.
Largeand Airy rooms tor I'amile
fe Commercial Travelers,
WOOD & M'NEAL
Attorneys at Law,
I5UI.IVAR, - TENNESSEE
aT Kant Side ol fourt Bi!iare.
Attorney .at Law,
BOLIVAR, TENN .
Oihce. Noilh ide Siuare, Corner
Main and Jackson Streets.
Are in want of gx salesmen to
el' their choice vaiieties of Nur
sery Stock, either on Salary or
Commission. To lhe riht nun,
steady employment the year around.
Write them ior terms.
Y & PLANING MILL!
IiOLIVAK, and JPlaning
A. II. Goodman. C. N. Churchill. 8, B. Ciiism.
GOODHAri CHURCHILL & CHISH,
Tobacco and Cigars,
G. C Howard.
C L. Matthews.
G. C. HOWARD 8z CO.,
And Commission Merchants,
Jfo. 282 grout gk, fo-glairj JlcmpW.
la Bb IMialwIjL'li i li
Cotton Factors d
i t I
HAVE NOW ON SALE THEIR FALL AND WINTER SUPPLY OF
Dry Goods, Carpets, and Upholstery
AT VERY LOW PRICES.
247 Ss 249 Main St. Mcm.ph.Ia, nTcin.
ILL, FONTAINE & CO.,
Wholesale Merchants and Cotton Factors,
Nos 206 & 298 Front S. MEMPHIS. TENN-
Cotton Factors & Commissiox Merchants,
No. 116 South Main Street.
ST. XjOXJIS. 2v0
G. A, DUNCAN
Dry GoodSj Booh, Shoes Hats, Caps,
Men's Clothing, Heavy Groceries,
Plantation Supplies, Faddlcry & Harness..
HE SOLICITS THE PVltLIV TO CALL, KXAMINK
HIS GOODS A XI) TEST HIS 1111 CES.
S5uWill pay the Highest Prices for Country Produce and Cotton, "fan
T. O. STUART & CO.,
DryGootlSj Notions, Boots, Shoes, Hats,&c.
Also General PJanlation Supplies, Fancy (Jrocrics,
Harness and Saddlery-
Will Pay a Liberal Price for Cotton and Countiy Produce.
PITSE21 3I1LLKK, Proprietor.
Shingles, Laths, Etc.,
Cut on Short Jfotice. Address all Commu
nications to PITSER 3ULLKK,
31 ill at .JACKSON.
T. C. Howard.
No- 361 Front Street,
14 f-1 m