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Memphis (Tennessee, United States) (search for this): article 7
Daring Robbery in Memphis, Tennessee --About nine o'clock, on the evening of the 27th ult. three men entered the grocery of Edward Oakley, on Adams street, in Memphis, Tennessee, and requested to be shown a ham, which they wished to purchase. Mr. Oakley advanced to wait upon them, when he was seized by two of them, who extracted from his pockets $85 in gold and bills. Their companion, mean while, helped himself to whatever of value he found in the grocery, after which all of them scamper street, in Memphis, Tennessee, and requested to be shown a ham, which they wished to purchase. Mr. Oakley advanced to wait upon them, when he was seized by two of them, who extracted from his pockets $85 in gold and bills. Their companion, mean while, helped himself to whatever of value he found in the grocery, after which all of them scampered out the door, and were lost from view in the darkness, leaving the victimized grocer in a most unpleasant into of alarm. No arrests have been made.
Edward Oakley (search for this): article 7
Daring Robbery in Memphis, Tennessee --About nine o'clock, on the evening of the 27th ult. three men entered the grocery of Edward Oakley, on Adams street, in Memphis, Tennessee, and requested to be shown a ham, which they wished to purchase. Mr. Oakley advanced to wait upon them, when he was seized by two of them, who extracted from his pockets $85 in gold and bills. Their companion, mean while, helped himself to whatever of value he found in the grocery, after which all of them scampe street, in Memphis, Tennessee, and requested to be shown a ham, which they wished to purchase. Mr. Oakley advanced to wait upon them, when he was seized by two of them, who extracted from his pockets $85 in gold and bills. Their companion, mean while, helped himself to whatever of value he found in the grocery, after which all of them scampered out the door, and were lost from view in the darkness, leaving the victimized grocer in a most unpleasant into of alarm. No arrests have been made.
Daring Robbery in Memphis, Tennessee --About nine o'clock, on the evening of the 27th ult. three men entered the grocery of Edward Oakley, on Adams street, in Memphis, Tennessee, and requested to be shown a ham, which they wished to purchase. Mr. Oakley advanced to wait upon them, when he was seized by two of them, who extracted from his pockets $85 in gold and bills. Their companion, mean while, helped himself to whatever of value he found in the grocery, after which all of them scampered out the door, and were lost from view in the darkness, leaving the victimized grocer in a most unpleasant into of alarm. No arrests have been made.