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'HIS DAILY APPEAL-WEDNKDAY, tEBRUAllY 3, 18S0.
, ciudts of r
Enlogles on the Late Vice-Prtaldent
Hendricks la tl Ilonxe
WisnisiiTOK. February 2. ot.
Imtuad.atWy after t lie renlinu; of the
jmrnal, Mr. Holinan lnd.J rffared
the fol!owin resolutions:
Rnilml, That the Honse Las re
ceived icitn profoand sorrow the in
tellipence of the deatb of Thomu A.
Hendrit aa, Lts Vice-President of the
Rrtoltfti, That the busioe.v of the
llaOBe be suepended in order that the
eminent aervicee and private virtues
of the deceased may be appropriately
Bftolved, That the clerk of the Ilonae
be directed to communicate theee
reeolutinni t) the rienate.
Mr. Bynum Ind.l, who represents
the district which nrmerly returned
Mr. Hendricks to the House of Rep
resentatives, wm the first speaker to
bear t ittiniony to the Iran worth of
the dead ititeeroan. He tia:ed the
life of Mr. Hendricks through child
hood, jo Uh and rrmalio d, showing
that in every stnire he bad rnanifeft?j
that ability and talent which had
msde his nam familiar to every
honeehold in trie lu ad. Mr. Hen
dricks was no ordinary in in. lie was
one of the few great men whose great
ness inert :iws, and whose sublimity
became more sublime the nearer he
was approached. He was an honest
man; suspicion never breathed a
calumny agalnat his Integrity. He
pawod through the fiery furnace of
publie life without a acar. His statue
to fitly represent him should be chis
eled In spotless white marble,
lie daily practiced the greatest
o( all virtues, charity. All
along the pathway of his life
were scattered jewels of charity
which would finally be gathered
home by the angels of eternity. His
life was great; his death sublime. As
he f iintly heard the hoofs of the mes
senger's steed on his way to summon
him from time to eternity, and was
preparing to start upon his journey
beyond tbe clouds, looking back over
his career, viewing the great atruggles
through which be bad passed, and
the great contests in which he had
borne such conspicuous part, feeling
the weight of burden he had so long
and patioutly borne belnggently lifted
from his shoulders, his last words
were, "1 am free at last."
After speeches by Messrs. McOreory,
Lonp.Throckmorloo, Hewitt, Browne,
Randall, Hpriuger, Ueddes, Lowry,
Hall, Kleiner and ilolraan the resold
tions were unanimously ado.lad, and
the House adjourned.
The Chair laid before the Senate a
letter from the Secretary of War, in
compliance with a recent resolution of
the Henate, ttaismittlna a report of
Ms, W. A. Jones, corps ot engineers,
regarding river improvement j in Ore
Ron. Among petitions presented and ap
propriately referred were several by
Senator Frye, from various organic
thins of Knights of Labor of Maine,
praying that the territory known as
Oklahoma may be opened to settlers.
Among measures favorably reported
from committees were a joint resolu
tion by Senator Illair, from the Com
mittee on Woman Hull rage, providing
. for a constitutional amendment ex-
piHinoll n rivht ot ntrmira to women.
BenatoijUookrell statedbat this report
was noltlie unanimous judgment of
the committse, and that the minority
reserved tue right to present a written
report in opposition to the measure.
The joint resolution was placed on tbe
Senator RidJIeberger offered the fol
Jieolvcd, That it is the sense of the
Senate that - the executive ot
the United Bintsa is not restricted
by coQtt.tut una! lnw In removing
or suspending appointees; that the
Senate has no right to require that
reasons shall be given fjr such re
movals or suspensions ; that it is the
right cf the Sentte to call f r any pa
pers relating to tbe conduct of re
moved or suspended appointees, or to
the qualification and fitness of all per
sons whose names are presented to
the Senate for continuation or rejec
tion, and it is the duty of the execu
tive to comply with iiH demands for
In oldting the resclutlou, Senator
Uiddleberger said his purpose was
simply to bring the subject up in
open deba'e. It did not involve any
to call ml high prerogative of the Sen
a'.e when it should go into secret or
exoont ve session, but only ttnt ttb
etiact question as to whether the ex
ecutive jon!d be called or required to
five ruro i for rtnrk. Senator
ltidolxherger Baked iit the immediate
consilium' inn, of the resolution.
Neiutjr Oockrell objected.
Senator l'agh said he would submit
either to-dey or to mcrrow a substitute
for Senstor Kiddleberger'a resolution.
The matter then went over.
(Seuator S:anford offered a concur
rent resolution, which win agreed to,
pioriding for an invwt gallon by the
(Jjmin t ees on publio buildings of
both Iioumvi of Congress into charges
made in 18i:i and now being renewed
againit th cllicial rouduct of Samuel
Strong during li s superiutendency ol
the public buildings.
, Seuator Van Wyck ca'led up his bill
rerorted favo-ably from the Finance
Couiruittee, permit .ing a receiver of a
lank to u e such funds of the bank as
May haveval",nly been covered into
the treasur7, when such use may be
neeffsary " order to protect the in
torefts o! the creditors of tbe bank.
The ii!l authorix the receiver t ) see
thattuak ?roperty aloit to be sold
by order if the court ahsll uot be
sold 'r log than ite value.
Sen.itor .Morgan's resolution regard
ing the trntt sea, proviUod for in tho
Utah bill, was tlieu pi iced btf jre the
Set a 'e.
heritor Allitoii t'lnught it incan
niKtu.t with the provisions of the bill
SitnntDr I rural; moved its reference
to the Jndic'a-y Committee.
. Senator Voigau conteuded that
a'c.nding to the precedent Brt lf the
U eh every church nrpauizttion
in the L'uil ui M itrs van likely at auy
lime to l av trustees for its lUttUBge
uHut appoint til by Cngreaa.
Sera'ir lngala'd motion wan agreed
tr, sixi the rwoluiion was referred.
teini cr ruh submitt d tlie Bubsti
tnte ulreadv Mxrred to bv him, to
take the vhne oi Senator Jiiddleber
ger'e !fl idIuuod, and ahked that it be
printed aad lie ovr until to-morrow.
Senator l'uuh submitted the
;su'eiiti'.e. us follows:
Firnt. That the executive power is
expres'ly vented by the constitution
in the President of the United States,
so that he shall take care that the laws
he faithfully executed.
Second. That tbe power of appoint-
tii? r,i h.r
i"W -hi af
the rower of removal
or KUHna oa from the powers and du
ties of Federal cilice is a'so an execu
tive power, veUd exclusively in the
President, without any such limitation
in the constitution as imposed thereby
on the powers of appiintment, and
fur its exerclsa he is responsible alone
to the prople and not tt the Senate.
FiMirtk. That the riattof the Presi
dent to make nominations to the Sen
ate, and of the Senate to advise acd
consent thereto, are rack separate and
independent rights, t) be exercised by
the President and heoate respectively
and separately and independent y.
within their absolute discretion; but
in relation to tbe person or persons so
nominated the Seca'e may request in
formation of tbe Preeident affecting
tbe character or qualifications of those
ai t3 whose appointments be asks the
advice aud consent of tbe Senate.
Fifth That when the President
makes nominations to tbe Senate of
persons to be appointed by him to ex
ercise the powers end duties of Fed
eral officers who have been removed
or suspended by him, no law, public
duty or publio policy requires that he
shall send or communicate to tbe Sen
ate any cause, reason or lnformatioi
witbin his own knowledge or con
tained in any letters, petitions, papers
or documents addressed to him or
any member of his Cabinet, or in the
possession ( f either, relating to the
causes ol removals or suspensions, or
containing charges, causes or ressois
and the prcof the red for making
such removals or suspensions, and no
law, public duty or publio policy re
quires or arjtioriiss tbe Senate to call
lor such information existing in any
such f jrm from the President or any
member of his Cabinet to enable tbe
Senate to review or quest'oa the ac
tion of the President in exercising his
executive, discretionary and exclusive
fiower tf removing or euspend
ng Federal officers from the pow
ers and duties of their offices, or
to put the President oa trial
by the Senate, or to enforce accounta
bility to tbe Senate for anything he
may have done in the exercise of uuchcM
Suth. That to obtain information
considered by either bouse of Con
gress useful in passing necessary and
proper laws, either house cf Cannress
may request the President, if net
deemed by blra incompatible with the
publio interest, to give any informa
tion within his knowledge or contained
In any public documents or records on
tile or in the lawful custody of any of
the departments and relating-to the
administration of any publio office, or
the official conduct or a"ti affecting
the dlllclal condnct or duties of any
public officer; but for the Senate t
make each request of the Preeident or
ll direct nay member of his Cabinet
to transmit t) the Senate any informa
tion or any publio documents or ttn
pers in np?n or executive session
to enable the Semti in open
or executive session to . review
tbe propriety or the reason, or the in
formation upon which he acted or
may have acted in making retmva's
or suspensions would be an attempt to
obtain such information by false pre
tenses, and for uses and purposes not
authorized or iuitifl'd by any law or
publio policy of the United States, and
should the President grant such re
quest or require any member cf his
Cabinet to obey such direction from
the Senate when deemed by him to
be made for such unjustifiable and un
lawful uses and purposes would be to
recognise and encourage an improper
practice and an injurious innovation
Htpon his exclusive and independent
rights, powers and duties as President
of the United States.
Senator Hear inquired whether the
request lo print included the printing
of the stump speech in t'ie bally o! the
Senator Tngalls gave notloe that
when the o-iginal and subttituts reso
lutions should come up to-morrow he
would move to refer them to the Com
mittee on Privileges and Kleotions for
Tbe resolution! according to roquet t,
was laid over until to-morrow.
The next bill on the calendar was a
bill to permit the United States consul
at Warsaw, Russia, to accept certain
decorations tendered him by the Rus
sian Oovernuiont. The consul is a
Russian subjett, end not an American
Senators Edmunds, Tngalls and Lo
gan opposed the hill, and Senator
Morgan spoke in its ftvor.
Senator Logan evoked applause
from the git leries by his remarks,
concluding aa follows:" '-'Let the deco
ration of the Ameritai citizen be his
daily wa'k end his demeanor toward
his fellow men. That is the only
decoration that an American citizen
Bbonld, in my opinion, wear."
The electoral count bill then came
up. and Mr. Evarta toik the floor. He
favored the recommittal of the bill to
tbe committee. He thoughts section
should be added to the hill making it
the duty of the Governor of each
State, under seal of the Hate, as soon
as puv.ticahle after the filial act ot the
State in the electoral appointments, to
communicate to the United States
government the result of that process.
This communication should show the
names of the penoas elected or ap
pointed as electors, and what votes
bad been catt for such persons re
spectively. Mr. Kvarts was satisfied
that if this was done, the difficulties
surrounding the question of counting
t'ie vote would disappear.
After some debate the motion to re
commit was brought tin vote and re
sulted, yeas 30, i ays 22, the affirma
tive vote being about equally divided
between Republicans aud Democrats.
All proposed amendments went with
The Dakota bill was then placed
before the Senate, and Senator Logan
obtained the H o-, but gave way for
en execut ve session, after which the
Tbe resolutions of Senator Riddle
berger and Senator Pugh as to the re
Ik tions between tbe President and tbe
Sonata will come rjp for consideration
in the morning hour to-morrow, and
Sena' or Logan will have the floor at 2
o'clock on the Dakota bill.
la the t'ommllloe-Hooraa.
Surveyor-General Dement of Utah
was ei atiinod by the Senate Commit
tee on Pnblie Lauds to day with refer
ence t recent publications which em
bo lied alleged utterances of his, ini
nlicatinir Seru'ore. members of Con-
uressand high executive olllcers lu
Washington and in Utah in extensive
consipriacies to misappropriate public
lands for their own benefit, and in
conspiracies to influence by bribery
legltlatlon afftxt'mg the Mormons.
The Houte Committee on Ranking
and Currency to-day directed an ad
verse repoitto be made on Repreeent
ative 8 ney's bill to make sharehold
ers in nat'onsl banks iudividua'lv lia
ble for tbe debts of the bank.
Bazar fashion sheets for Februaiy.
41 North Court. John F. Key & Co.
(JRE IT EXCITEMENT OVER TOE
Declaration In tin Lamltaz Ma
Action Generally Condemned
BiBxiir, February 2. Tbe Pol!ah
policy of Prince Bismarck, ai an
nounced in tbe Landtag, has produced
gene.al excitement throughout Ger
many and Austria. The immense
Lubrienski estate, containing 82,400
hectares, or about 200,000 acres, one
of the largest estates in Prussia, is of
fered for sale next April as a result of
tbe expulsion of the Poles. Tbe in
habitants of tbe estate for years have
been mainly Poles, and tbe edict tf
expulsion, by forcibly removing tbe
terantry and depriving theeetateof
its revenues, has thrown it upon tbe
market. Prince Bismarck's announced
policy of purchasing f jr the frown all
tbe real estate owned by Polish nobles
in Prussia fjr re-ale to German colo
nists is opportune for tbe present pro-
ftrietors of the Lnbrienski
ands, fjr at any ordinary
sale tbe property mnst have gone
at bankrupt prices. Bismarck dors
not intend to take aivantageof the
expulsion to buy land in Poeen cheep,
but means to pay fairly for it, and bis
Landtag declarations have in fact
served to keep up values by insuring
a market. Addresses of sympathy
have been sent to Bismarck by Ger
mans in every part of the empire, and
many have already reached him
from people in Austria, and especially
from Bohemia. Tbe national club of
the Austrian Reicbsratb, healed by
the German national deputy, ilerr
Knots, has also signed a similar me
morial of congratulation. Tbe Austrian-German
club of Vienna, how
ever, bai unanimously denounced the
German chancellor's treatment of the
GENERAL FOREIGN NEWS.
The Liverpool HaUny.
Livkkpool, February 2 Thirteen
of the. lads cf tbe reformatory ship
Clarence, who rebelled against their
officers yesterday, were arraigned la
court this morning and charged with
having been guilty of mutiny. The
toys alleged at rtiiion for tbe dem
onstration that they fca 1 been cruelly
treated by the officers of the ship.
They wore remanded for trial. Three
officers were wounded in tbe fight on
heard the ship. It is now learned
that none of the lsds were wounded
by the fire of the officers, but a num
ber of them were bruised.
SorlHIimu In Ucrnianjr,
BwtMH, February 2. The Prussiun
government lun submitted t) the
Bundesrath a bill to prolong the anti
Socialist law for five years.
The Armagh Klecllon.
Duiimh, February 2. Tbe election
in the Miildlt District of Armagh yes
terday, to fill the va?ancy in the
House of Commons caused by tbe
death of Mr. MtKane, Conservative,
resulted in the return of Sir Jamei
Corry, the cacdldati of the Conserva
tives, who received 3874 votes, against
2tm.r) for Mr. Dickson, Liberal. Mr.
McKane's majority in the general
election win 1651.
Trairedjr ml Lyons.
Lyons, February 2. A man named
Tony Guignais, becoming enraged at
the refusal of a girl to live with him,
shot her. He then tried to escape,
but was pursued by a crowd. He fired
several shots at his pursuers, and
wounded two firemen, two sokJiers
and a civilian. Guignais took reluge
in bis lodging3, where be was a -rested
fter a desperate fight. The girl and
five men whomtie shot are all eeverely
Marriage of Mr. Uladstone'a naagta
tcr. Lon3N, February 2 Miss Mary
Gladstone, daughter of Mr. Gladbtine,
was married this morning to the Rev.
Harry Drew of Hawarden. The cere
mony was performed in St. Margaret's
church, Westminster. Mr. Gladstone
gave the bride away. Among tbe per
sons of note present were the Prince
and Princess of Wales and their sons
and Lord Rosebery, The bride's dress
was of white muslin with BruseoU
lace. She wore a wreath of orange
bloseoms and lilies. A crowd gathered
outside of the church and cheered the
weddingt party on their arrival and
departure. The weather was very
Will Not lie Allowed In Swllner.
Pahis, February 2. Prince Kropot
kine has been notified bv the Swiss
authorities that he will be arrested if
h enters Switzerland.
Will Benign Their Porllolloa.
Viknka, February 2. It is rumored
here that tw Polish members of the
Austrian Cabinet intend to resign
their portfolios for the reason that if
they remain in office tbey are certain
to be strongly pressed for tbe Polifh
deputies to induce Austria to formally
protest against Prince Bismarck's
action against the Poles of Poaen.
A Paris Henaallon.
Paris, February 2. Baron Artaml
Haussmann has been arrested, charged
with having attempted to murder
Count Mountausen at the Hotel
Louvre, in this city. The struggle be
tween the gentlemen was very savage,
the prisoner having broken a clock on
Count Mountausen's head, besides
shooting him twice and stabbing him
once. Both noblemen are very rich,
and their quarrel originated in a
rivalry between them for a woman.
The wounded man may possibly re
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STEWART BEOf BBS & COMPANY
COTTON FACTOIIS AND COMJUSSION MERCUAXTS,
JEW OKJLKAK8, ITiISIAWA.
Haecesson to PORTER, TAfLOB COM
isro. son rowr street. . . t MMPiBris. ttjtih
Liberal Advances Wade ou Connignmenl.
11 UNION STREET. MEMPHIS, TEN
P. B. AL.8TOH ,
C W. CKOWELL,
ilLSTOH, GE9WELL k 60.
ini Commission Merchants. Ha, Corn Oats, Bran, Chop Feed, Oil-Heal,
Llw , Cement, Plaster, Ballding and Fire Brick, Etc.
Cor. Front and Union, 1 Howard's Row. MempliK
T1IE FIRM OF OIBAn at- CO., COMPOSED OV 3. M. GOODBAR. A. B. GOOD
BAR, W. L. CLARK ami J. U. OOOUBAK, waa dissolved January 1, 1886, by mutual
consent, A. B. Uoo ibnr and J. II. tiooilbar having (Old their entire interest in the asset
to J. M. Ooodbar and W. L. Clark. J- M. GOODBAK.
W. L. CLARK.
A. B. GOODBAR.
MguPHtg, TX!., January 14, 186. J. U. GOODBAK.
erKeferring to the above notice of dissolution, J. M. Ooodbar and W.L.Clark beg to
Inform their friends and customers that, aa successor, they will continue the Wholesale
Boot and Shoe Business, at the old stand, 31'J Main street, under tbe old firm name of
UOODBAR A CO., having admitted as partners K. J. Carrington and F. G. Jone from and
alter January 1, low. A Dose inaebtcd to ttieoia nrm will muge eluem(?(7r'I,,.,i? '
JaniP. M. Ooodbnr I Wm. I., f'lark Eogenei J. rnrrinirtoii rrank O. Jane.
BOOTS and SHOES
319 Main Street, Memphis, Tenn.
Newlv Constructed and Elaborately Furnished, Con
tain ing 225 Large and Elegant Rooms.
gsarthe Houe ha Perfect Ventilation and Natural Light, Steam heating. Electric Belli,
and two ci Hale' Elevator. All treet-cara pan Main treet entrance.
RATES $3.00 4. yer dy, according to site and elevation of room. Special
rate to Commercial Traveler. Abundant tupply of PURK CISTERN AND WELL WATER
ARM1STEAD & LUNDEE,
Cotton Factors & Commission Merchants
KemoTed to 334 Front St., Cor. Union, Memphis, Tenn;
W. N. WILKERTON. W. N. Wllkereon k Co
T. II. ALLE". oft. H. Allen A Co.
R. DUDLEY FRAYSER, Frayser Scrugga.
J. R. UOIVIN. President Mercantile Hank.
W. A. WILLIAMSON. V -P. Union A P.'Jt'k
6. I. McDOWELL. C. A M. Chanoerv Court.
R. J. Black k Co.
. W. BIACHAK.
albreath & Co
II. II. HirjBi.
GOODBAK k CO.
Nn. 5435, R. D.-aaceery Court of Shelby
County eitat. 01 Tennessee for it owa
use, etc, vs. Margaret Kioe ot al.
BV virtu, of an interlocutory decree for
ala, entered in the above cause on tho
24th day or December, l.tw. At. 11.60, pavo
541,1 wiil sell, at publio auction, to the
bigbast bidder, in front of the Clerk and
Master' offiua, court-house of Shelby Coun-
tj, Memphis, lean., on,
. Matartfay, afarrb , 16, .
within legal hoars, tbe follow ng described
property, aituaud in bhelby county, icon.,
Lot 62, block 1, A. Wrigbl'g subdiriiiin,
3t'iV; feet, uth side of Georgia street,
feet west of V right avenue.
Lot M, block 1. A. Wrigtit'g lubliviaion,
30x167V, feat, annth aid ot Georgia street, SO
loot west of Wright avenue. S.ild a proper-.
ty of Margaret Kioe and others.
Lot 32, block 2, A. Wright' subdivision. t
fronting 11 7-10 feet on south side of Georgia '
tract, aouthweet corner of Lailo.e street,
and running aontheaatwardly with LaRose .
atroet 131.2 leet; theee. west 87.5 itet to an ,
allev ; tbenc. with the east aide of aaid alley 4
lu7 teel to Georgia street, bold a property .
of Kllen bbarpe. y
Lot 3ft, block 12, east side of Second street, i
Fort Pickering, 24iluu feet, 149 feet north (
Jackaon atreet. $
Lot 36. block 12, east aide of Eeoond atreet, 1
Tenth Ward, 24x100 feet, bold aa property '
ot Mattie K. Lawrence end othera. .(
Part of lot 12, block 30, fronting 14 fret on .
west side of alley east of Sixth str.t. Fort,
Pickering, end running bock went 87'-, feet,
being north ol the east part of lolls, block 30.
Part of lot 13, block 30, being the east 87
feet of aaid lot, fronting 58 feet on wtat aide,
of alley east of bixth street. i
Lot 14. Mock 30, northeast corner of Jaclr-
on and bixth street. Tenth Ward. 37HxU7i
feet, bold as property of Anthony W. Blade'
and the unknown heira ot Charlea Philinntt.
Lot S, block 40, south tide of Carolina'
trust, 50x150 feet, 3f'Ha feet east of Ninth!
treat. Hold aa property ol Fred W. Krisor. (
Part of block 37, aouthwost corner of Caro-if
line and Main stroeta, HOil27'i fret, bold a ,
proorty ot D. J. bharpe and othera.
Lit , block 16, west side of Fourth street,
Fort Pinkering, 24xll2 foet.
Lot 10, block 16, westaiite of Fourth street.
Fort l'i korinn. 2lxll2i fust, beid aa prop
erty of Joseph Tate. i
Lot 2 1, J . W. Tate subdivision, 6.txl55 feet,
etstsideof Wllkersnn street bi feet north o(
Georgia street, Tenth Ward.
Lot 1 1, block 16, west aide of Fourth (treet,
Fort Pickoring,. 74 feet north ot Carolina I
atreet, ViilW, feet, cold aa property of
Torms of bale On a eredit of six months I
note bearing interest, with good security,
required ; lien retained; redemption barred.
'ihis February 1, IM6. i
6. 1. HoUOWKLL, Clerk and Muter. I
By J. M. Bradley. Danuty C. and M. 5
t F. II. k C. W. Heiskeil. solicitors. ?
BE A Si ESTATE
No. 4855, R Cbanqery Court of Shelby oonn
ty Mate ot ienoesgeior luown use, eio,
1 to. A
vs.Jobn 11. Tighe etal.
. TY virtue of an Interlocutor decree
I) sal. entered in the above cause on the
2.ith day of November, 115, M. B. 50, Paget
2.C.I, I will sell, at public auction, to tbe hign-
est bidder, in front of the Clerk and Maker's :
office, Courthouse of bhelby county, Mom-t
phis. Tenn., on
NHturday, Febrnnry 20, l(Nfl, t
within legal hours, the following described)
property, situated in bhelby county, Tenn., i
andadjoining htahl and Mcb'nrlnnd: lot 11 ;
being 101 by 253 feet. Lot 13 being 172 by i
Zii feet bold as iiroperty of John II. j
Tighe, C. F. Aildnrand other. ;
Lots 7, 8, 11, 12, 13, 17 and 27, north side of
Vollentina avenue. Lot 27 oontuining 22 1-a,
acres. Lot 7. 8, 13 and 17 being 17-5, by
253i feet each. t
A certain tract on the northwest corner or
Vollentine aud Watkina avenue: Begin-;
niog at a stake on the north boundary lino
ot tbe 5000-acre Kice grantand southoat oor-i
ner of the Vollentine tract: tlienoa nearly!
north with tho dividir-g line of T. A. Par--
ran and Vollentine tract 13 ohain 50 link'
to a stake in euid line; thence wost
chains 26 link: thence south and para
with suid dividing line 12 oliaini 87 links ta
a stake in tain John nice nortn unci ;
tlionce eat with said line to the begin !
ning, containing tt 67-1 DO cn. bold al f
property of S. M. Ward and P. II. Bryson. ! t
Lot 11 Crockett subdivision, beginning ai f
northeast corner of the Kuloigh plankro:t4 :
and Lewie street; thence eat along the j
U.l.i.,1. .n.it liAMMtf ibnt nnnh i:
feet to tbe northeast corner of lot Hi tbenot
115 feet west to the east line of Lewis stieett ;
thence south iio leet on east lino ot Lewis 1
treottothe beginning. 6old aa property of
Simon and Tobias Wolf and Wm. Whittsker.
Lota 34 , 35 und 36, Weakley' subdivision,
north aide of an avenue 3$ feet wide, load
ing Irom the west side of Second street to
waterworks on the east bank of Wolf liver,
beginning at a point 420 feet we.it of Second
atreet: Ihanaeaerth with the nest line of a
one-acre Ini sold by F ltagibbon to Margaret
Bannon, 210 teet to th northwest corner of
aid one-acre lot; thence ea.t to the south
west corner of nnothor ore-nore lot hereto
fore sold to raid Margnret Bannon) thenoo
northwestwardly with the west lino of i.ii
IOL 1.0 loni, mule or iubb, vu .iiv miiuiiiw ,
of W. A. Bickford' lot; thence weitwardly
wuu Dicaioru a iido ut iiio uuiiuniv. mnuw
of lot 2; thence southwardly with tho east
line of aaid lot to tbe north line of the ave
nue first mentioned; thence enstwardly t
the beginning, oontuining 1 77-KO acres. t
Sold aa the property of Mary and Franoit
Part of lot 10, Crockett' ubdivlsinn, 55 ?
425 feet, on the north side ot tne ItiiielRt
road, east and adjoining lot 11. Soli as the
property of Mary X. Stunl. t
Termi ol Sale On a redit of six months f
not. with security, bearing interest from
date, required; lien retained, redemption.
Ibis January 15, 1SS6.
S. I. McUOWELL, Clerk and Master.
By J . M . Bradley, Deputy C. and M.
F. 11 A 0. W. Ileiskell. Solicitors.
"13 Y virtue of a trust-deed executed to ml
l as trustee by fc. M. Apperson and bush
B. Apperson, big wife, recorded in rccnrel
book A 2, page 40-', in the Circuit Court
Clerk' and Recorder' oDico of Crittcndo
county, Arkansas, to securo certain indebt
edness therein mentioned, dofuult hnviuV
been mndo in said deed ot trutt, I will, at I h i
reiiuest ot the beneficiary in suid trust dcea,
Febrnnry Is), 1MKO, 1
within legal hours, on the premi es, offer ff r
sale, ut publie outcry, forcush, to the hii
est bidder, the following property dosfribtil
in snid trust deed, to-wit, the pluntatio
known as Wn-ke and Bcrkloy plantation-.
situated in Lrittendcn county, Arkansas
Rheut nino miles below Memphis, being 1
his, being si
19, T 6, N 1 S
i section 2K T
follows, to-wit: All ot section
E, 563 10-100 acres; WXSWX
o, n n v ft. eu acres ; " ir n seouou vi,
N R 9 E. 240 acre.: NW frji section 30, 1
N R 9 K, 95 38-100 acres: part of Span!.
Grnnt No, tXll. T 6. N R 9 E, 81 62-100 acr. r
NE Yt section 25, T 6. N R 9 E. 100 aores t X
NE M section 31. T 8, N R 9 E, 80 acre' -,
NW X section 31,16. N nil E, 160 acres; J
M section 30, T 6. N 11 0 E. ItiO aores; SB 'A
section 25, T 6, N R 8 E. 160 acres ; N i (
tion 26, T 6, N tt 8 E. 320 acres : W neU-n
25, T 6, N R 8 E, h20 acres; 6E fr H recti' 11
30, T 6, N R 9 E. 56 acres; fr section 29, 1' 6,
N Rtt E. 12 acres; nart of Spanish Grant
No. 2373, T 6, N K 9 E. 194 ncrc in aM fn
taining twenty-eight hundred and cinhi.--two
and 10-1(0 acres, together with all im
provement theroon and all appurtenances
thereunto belonging. The equity of redauip
tion and right to dower and homestead
Also at said time and place, and on aaid
terms, will sell the following personal prop
erty, situnto and now on said plantations,
to-wit: Forty-seven mule, lorty-one hend of
cattle, four hogs, boing all the mules, eattir ,
J U . nn u;,1 .,DnAttnn. ll.n . full.
and complete assortment ot forming ili.lt, a
ment. ... . . . . L .. II
Title bclteveu to be good, though 1 sell
and warrant only at trustee. ' I
Sale to commence at 12 o'clock. . f
W. M. bNEEU. Truft. i
ALL persons owning and holding Judg
u.oct Certificates, or coupons thereon,
mator tjv August 1, 1& . issued by Tipton
county under at act of the G eral Assembly
ot tbe btnteol loinessee, npp.oved l'ociu
ber 21, lKril, in coinpitmise of ij.'guient
rendered in tbe Circuit lour. of the 1 uiied
States for the Western District Oi Tennetfee.
tt Memphis, are hereby notified to present
said Judgment Certificates nnd eouion- and
detached onupons, tor payment, to tho l'rim
and Planters Bank in said ci'y ol Meu-
t tii . Tenn., en or before the lt loy .f
ehrtsn.y A.la. liSB, when and whwa
the same wiil I paidtevrding to the tore s
and conditions o H10 said JudguientCcrii!
cs'es and compromise a.retuiont enter' I
into between tinton count? .' 1 her 1
creditors. Thia 31st day ot Dccei ', 1
A. W. SMITH,
Chairman of tbe County Court 01 Tiptrm Co.
B. F. LOCItK.
Xoiioe f Final SollleiiH tr
No. 4837 R IT In the Probate Court of S;
. by County, Tennessee Walter D. lion
administrator of Isaac W.;Moon,!deeM
ritlila ia to notily all persona interest? I
.1. the estate of said Isaao W. Moon, d' i
that 1 will, at my office in the city of bt 1
phis, on Thursday,, February 11, 1, l
0 clock a.m., take and stat the final set
ment of the accounts of Walter D. Moon
administrator of the estate of said Iaaa:
Moon.deo'd. This January 30, lsfl.
H. B. CULLEN, CtorV
By Loots hetunann. Deputy Clerk.
roilias a i osuin, Attorney.