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MEMPHIS DAILYSrAPPEAXr-"WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1886.
PCBSUIftG THEIR 1TOC1TI0S AT
TARBITOW5, H. T.
Tii TaA la Arms, aai tke Qsl
Tlte for lanifii ia
tradera. Fiw Yoss, February 2. The entor-
Tarrytown and the market quotation
A.irmi in that villain la firm, with
iIvwImI nnvard tendency. Since
.. .riu.nt n( tha conversation-
al thief with the red head and the bine
miim n nak. who entertains hie vic
tims with a tbrillina hisWry of hie
life, while hie compnoions are making
v Knn.ohrl.l kvIi into bnndlea of
Mnnnlanl m:Ttk tnT FemOVal. the
.rnii nat v hea converted hie
dwelling into an arsenal, andjs prone
to con true any nnrnuai doibo inra
a creaking window ih utter to the pit
ta f rain un a tin roof, aa a bnrsleri-
01 attempt npon bis property. The
ehtro dttonation of a r ady revolver
and the lumbering report of a per
suae! re shotgun are of DiRhtly occur
ronM in tha town. Even the milkman
has been mistaken for a desperate
house-breaker, and barely escaped re
ceiving A CHABQB 07 BCCKdlOT
In lien of hie milk ticket. PnnJay
night the bnase of J. Alexander Bee,
one of the North Tarrytown trosteee,
wm entered while part of the family
were at church, and the thieves made
good their escape, carrying with tbein
a quantity of wearing apparel, a bed nil
cam of money, and a libeial share of
buckshot. Mr. Bee and hie wife were
at church, leaving the bouse in charge
of their daughter, nineteen years of
age, and Mr. nod Mrs. Edward I'arkes,
(visiting them. About tt o'clock Mr.
I'arkes, who was suffering from a so
bers headache, heard some one mov
ing in one of the upper rooms. A
search of the uppe lloor failed to dis
close any intruders, but the window
of the rtur room, overlooking a bay
window extension, was found open.
The drawers of the bureau in the
room, upon examination, showed that
the majority of the contents were
gone. To allay the fears of the women
that the robbera would return and
complote their work, Mr. I'arkes
agreed to remain and watch for the
rest of the night. Borrowing a double-barreled
shotgun, he loaded it
with a heavy charge of No. 0 ehot,
and (titioning himself at a side win
dow on the second ileor,
About 2 o'clock the sound of
ttralthy footsteps attracted hie atten
tion and, peering Cautiously from the
window, he saw two men approach
ing through the adjoining yard. As
they were preparing to clamber over
the low board fence which separated
Mr. Bee's lot f i om that of George M.
Clsrke, the artist. Mr. I'arkes tired
ut the men, one of whom exclaimed,
"Oh.myGod; I'm shot." The men
then ll.'d acio the lot under shelter
of Mr. Clarke's house. When they
emerged from behind this building
Mr. I'arkes discharged the remaining
barrel at thorn, upon which they
turned and made off in the opposite
direction, pursued by Mr. i'arkes.
The men, wto are described as rather
below the medium size, sprang into a
carriage in waiting on Broadway, and
were driven away. The hills about
Tarrytown annulled with private
watchmen, and a vigilance committee
has been organised.
Death f CM. A. llemenla-Ct-
Held far an Advance.
'lOOllISrORDHOB OfTSS APriAL.l
IjOnoki, Ark., January 31. Capt.
Ab Clements, lor many years a pilot
between tit. Louis and New Orleans,
' and f)r some years resident noar
Memphis, died at his home, about a
mile west of this town, on the 2!th in
stant, and was buried on the 30th in
the cemttory here. His death has
rust a gloom over the place, l'or sev
eral years past he resided on a farm
juet went of town, but being of a
genial and companionable nature, was
well knows and much liked by every
Nearly all the cotton properly be
longing to this point has boen shipped.
One lot of near 100 bales has been
Btored, and is now being held for an
advance, and the tax asneecor, under
instructions from the Auditor, is going
to aseess it for taxation, which causes
quite a flatter among farmers, and es
pecially the owner of said cotton.
Ft hogs Luve been somewhat plen
tiful this wintsr, and if, instead ol
shipping them, the farmer had ba
coned them they would have meat to
run through crop time. Corn is not
scarce, though not aa abundant ni it
should be. Farmers will not have to
boy much, if any, next year.
FOBBEST CITY, ARK.
A Brale Deliberately llnraeat'hlid
f Only Four Tenia
looMisroxDixca or ma arriAL.I
Fobkiit Citv, Ark , February 1.
News has just been received tbut a ne
gro man on the Koy place, seven
miles below here, per pet rated a most
revolting outrage on a child four years
old. The child win an illegitimate
girl of bia wife's, and while the wife
went tor a bucket o( water he held
her naked legi and back to the lire
until the skin was burned and fell off.
lie fled to Lee county, and bin net
yet been arrested.
- la JKlmlinlpitl-A Pare Nhlpprre Will
Da Well lo Hake n Nate of.
coitrePxri or ths rriAi..t
Hood, Mis., January 30. Publish
for the benefit of the Memphis ship
ping interest and others that t'jere aie
two llco Is in Mississippi one a post
oiliue in Tallahatchie county, near Al
bion Lanling, on the Tallahatchie
' river, and the ether a station on the
Louisville, New Orleans aad Texas
railrcai. The two places are creating
crest confmion in shipments and in
the mails. jas. l. wedb, r. u.
Important neolnlon for I naff ranee
Dknvkb, Colo., February 2 A de
cision of importance to insurance
enmpanies was rendered here lu the
United States Circuit Omit yesterday
by Judge Ilallett. The suit was
bioaght by Bperry Bros, of Garfield
againft the Springfield Fire and Ma
rine Insurance Company to recover
the loss on a lire in lsa The Bperry
Bros.' store container 700 pounds of
:iaut powder at the time of the fire.
A clanee of the policy received from
the fprinRfield Fire and Marine Com
pany real as follows: "11 the enured
should keon gunpowder, tircTorks,
nitio -glycerine and chemical oil with
out written permission in this policy,
then in every case this policy is void.
The plaintiU's claimed that, inasmuch
us the words "giant powder" were not
mentioned in the policy, tbey bad a
right to their insurance. Judge Hal
let quoted the latest and beet scientific
auibormea, and concluded nil opinion
by saying that "nitre-glycerine" is
the base and force which is used in the
explosive "giant powder." I think it
must be mid that any of the com
pounds are meant by the use of that
name in a policy of insurance, ao that
the keeping cf this giant powder or
dynamite, or by whatever other name
it may be known, in the storehouse
was forbidjlen by the policy. The ef
fect of the decision will be to force the
keepers of hundreds of stores in the
mining and otner regions ot this state
to remoue their siant cowder from
their storehouses to other places of
L4ID TO BEST.
Mr. HevareVs rnneral al Wllaalae;
WiLMiauTOK, Dix, February 2.
In striking contrast to toe wretcned
weather at her diinebtvs funeral.
two weeks ago to-day. the body of
Mrs. Bayard was consigned to the fam
ily vault tdsy in Old Mweue cnurcn
yard, while the sun shone brightly,
and but slowly thawed the snow.
Otherwise the funeral of to-day waa
almost a repetition of the previous
one. An even greater throng over
flowed the church, but the obsequies
were as simple and there was the same
avoidance of ceremony. The same
pall-bearers who followed the daugh
ter's coflln followed her mother to her
last resting place, a few yards from the
church door. As the casket reposed
on the catafalque awaiting the short
service, it was literally bidden in flow
ers. At the head reeted a pillow of
camellias interwoven with maiden's-
bair fern, an offering from the f resi
dent. There were also a massive cross
of purple violets, with a bunch of calla
lilies bunting from tne center, lrom
the ladies ol the Cabinet; crosses of
white rones and tulips, an anchor, a
croes and wreath combined, in white
roses with sprays of green, a pillow of
violets ordered with lilies ot ths val
ley and wreaths of palm, heliotrope
and lilies ol the vay irom the Mex
ican, German and Belgian Ministers.
A sliver plate on the lid. was inscribed:
"tionisa Lee Uayarcl. Wilmington,
A NEW aiCHAl, SERVICE.
A fyelnne in the normry
8ent Noah'ft ark a-Hyinci
It mad the doll, tun pal with fair,
Anil aluioit fall to erylua.
It renttbe boQie of Jointed blookt
From turrat to fuunilation,
And pulled poor Kover'a tail unlit
11 Aowlad in Oeiperatlou.
Tha cyclone In the oornrr atoad.
(liar othar naina naj Kloraooa),
liar faa waa ovarMt with elouda,
Tha lenra reload down in torr.uut
And lookinii in tha door Juat teas,
IlortuMias brnthor Truro
Iaunirad with f.ijnaa anxiety,
this tha waathar bureau!"
"A wartther bareanf What la that!"
htra ankad. and itonned to wonder.
"It tell, abuut tba norma." ba laid.
"Of wind, and rnin. anil thanilar,
urrah I I II tot a flat, and umlta
Thi. rnnm a aisnal itation l
And rou bull show ma every day
I he weatuor indloallon.
"What's that?" Inquired the pniiled child ;
Again tha toari had itnrti-il.
"fluid nn a minute, you ehall lea,"
Haid Tru. and off ha itartad.
Ba wared a banner in bia band
A mlnulo or two after i
It mliiht hnvifbeen onehantad, for
11 turned bar tear to laughter.
Thin menni no atormi to-day," ha idi
Wh. Klo. how did rou know it?
Now aver? time you .mile like this.
Tha lliiihll fly to ibuw it i
I'll bang It by tha picture hero-
Thin one of tha Madonna 1
'Twill tell you're trying to be food,
aua trying upon uouor.
"Thougt out of doon 'til sold and damp,
i-roin wina nna rain togmner,
Bwaet looka will change tha drearleit day
To bright and pleanant weather.
But if you are a nauvhty girl,
And fly into a panlon,
The flag ahall diaanroar at once
In a yary baaty faahiun."
A areat Improvement thli hai wrought
In tomper and in manner.
For In tho nuraery Hill 1 aen
A prntty blue lilk baunor.
And this I tnow, that earnestly
A littl maid la trying
To be a guild, awcet child, and keep
ller ligual-Uag a llying,
A rrael Cnnnrd.
8ali Lakb, Utah, February 2.
Yesterday Gov. Murray sent the fol
lowing to rjurveyor-Genetal Dement
of Utah, now in Washington; "I call
your attention to a Washington dis
patch to the New 'ork (Vrnphicof yes
terday. Are you responsible, directly
or indirectly, for the statement con
necting me with this matter? (Signed,
KU 11. Murray, Governor." To-day
Gov. Murray received the follow
ing reply from Washidgton: "No,
no, no. The Graphic dispatch and all
o'.her dispatches purporting to be an
interview with me are brute falaidca
tions. I is also a cruel canard, intend
ed to injure me. l'lt use publish this.
KJgned, it. B. Dement."
lie raid he bad never stated that he
(oik four detectives to Utah, and he
did not, in fact, take them. He did
not state that 50 per eent. of the land
entries were fraudulent. He made no
sta'emont ubout mineral lands being
entered aa homestead. He did not
state that there win a ring, including
all the Federal officials in Utah, fiom
the Governor down. He had made
no discovery to warrant any such
statement, lie had discovered noth
ing which would implicate Gov. Mur
ray or anv other otllcinl in Utah in
frauds. He bad never stated that any
Western Republican Senator bad re
ceived $ '..000 'or opposing the Ed
munda bill, nor that several Demo
cratic members of the House had re
ceived several thousand dollars for
services of the fame sort. The news
paper men who sent out the lot sr
viewa which Surveyor-General De
ment of Utah repudiates will ask the
Public Lands Committee of the Sen
at lo grant thera a hearing in order
that they may vindicate themselves
and give the sources of their informa
Two Wniueu Brntally Murdered.
Suffolk, Va., Feb. 2. Early yesterj
day morning Boiling Parker, a respect
able fitrrnwt of Nansemond county,
made a deadly assault with an ax
upon his wife and sister. The latter
was instantly killed and his wife fa
tally wounded. Taike "y" he bad
no quarrel with his wife or aister, bnt
could not resist the power that
prompted him to do the deed. He
wai lodged in jail, lie ia believed to
have been Inrane. v
Prodnre Kxpor: al Hew York.
Niw York, February 2. The total
exporta of produce from thia port dur
ing the past week were valued at
Schuls & Tvurkgaver have engaged
$1UO,000 in gold bars for shipment to
mono w. .
"The Djapeptlc'e BeTae-e,"
"I am thirtv-flve years old," write
Mr. Charles ll. Watte of West Somen",
Putnam county, N. Y., "and had sul
fated from dyspepsia for tin ecu years.
The current treatment did me no good.
Listlegsly, and without hope, I gave
Parker's Tonic a trial. I can give the
result in three words it cwrcxf mt," It
will cure you."
A DISASTROUS COLLISION
ON THE CHESAPEAKE AID OHIO
AT STAU1ITO, TA.
Twe Eng laea Completely Wrecked
The Accident the Bess.lt of
Stactok, Vin February 2. A dis
astrous collision occurred on the
Chesapeake and Ohio railroad here at
1 o'clock this morning. No. 3 night
express ran into a freight train on a
siding and completely wrecked both
engines. Fireman Gittings of Rich
mond, Va., was killed, bis body be-
log terribly scalded and mutilated
G. W. Ettinger, master machinist, of
Richmond, had bis right arm and leg
broken and received a bad scalp
wound, 'li. Lowrey of Richmond, en
gineer, baa bis throat cut and bis arm
'BIS CONDITIO IS DASUKBOUS.
Obailea Smaila of Staunton, eogineer
ot tne Ireigtit train, bad bis back
sprained and his body brniaed. The
only passenger burt wta Dr. Luferty
ol JKicfcmond, who was standing in
ths sleeping-car and was knocked
down and bruised, bat not seriously.
The accideat was caused by criminal
negligence. The freight train was on
aids track wa ting tbe arrival of the
express. The conductor told bis
brakemas, Samuel Viethal, when the
expreei passed ae snould turn tbe
switch. Vietbul went to sleep and
waa aroused by a passing freight train,
He got np and changed the switch
iott aa the expresa came ia aight, and
lefore the fatal error was discovered
the train dashed on to the siding and
the engines locked, the two boilers
being jammed together.
Wababii. Isd.. Fobruary 2. Tbe
particulars bave just reached here of a
sensational a a ray which occurred
Sunday night ia a church in the vil
lage of Dora, twelve miles southeast of
thia city, in which a young man
named Will Oates waa shot by Clay
ton Pavey. Two years ago Oates
eloped with Mies Ida B. Pavev. a sis
ter of the would-be-murderer, the pair
going to Mies, Mich., where tbey were
wedded, upon return! og they were
received witn open arms by tbe par
ent', who bad discouraged the suit,
but Clayton Pavey, the young lady's
brother, swore vengeance upon Oatea.
and announced that he would shrot
him at tho first opportunity. Nothing
more was heard of the matter, how
ever, until recently, when the old
quarrel was renewed, for some reasoa,
ana noaiiv culminated Sunday nfiztiL
Mr. aad Mrs. Oates were sitting in a
Iront pew, and Clayton Pavey stepped
ujj uuu uwuisu vuaii ue uau couie iO
settle the matter, at the same time
striking Oates. the latter essayed to
defend himself, and Pavey drew a re
volver and fired at Oates, who grasped
the weapon end received a very se
rious wound. Tbe congregation fled
in wild disorder, Mrs. Oatea dropping
her baby, wbo waa trampled npon and
perhapa fatally injured. Pavey was
arrested last night.
Secretary Bayard Will Hot Itealga.
Wilmington. Dkl.. February 2.
The Emy Evening will to-day. npon
tne meat reliable authority, publish a
contradiction ol tbe report telegraphed
irom wasmngton yesterday, to the
effect that Secretary Bayard would re
sign his Cabinet portfolio and retire
irom public life, cad go to Europe for
a few months. The warmest personal
friends of the Secretary ray that such
a step at this time wou Id be most in j a
dicious, as the necessity of active em
ployment of hia mind ia imperative.
Hlrblguu Iroa Mines,
Ishp-hming. Mien.. February 2. An
authentic report of the oie mined dur
ing the seacon of 1885 shows that the
upper peninsula of Michigan and
the Vermillion iron district of Minne-
soU produced 2,427,4:17 tons of iron
ore, against 2,528,028 tons in 1884.
Bitten by a Had Horae.
Nkw Ohlxans. La.. February 2.
Quite recently in Terrebonne pariah
two negroes were severely bitten by a
horse which was suflering from hy
drophobia, and yesterday, on Alleyn's
plantation, a negro lad waa fatally
bit tin hv a mad horse.
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100 to 171 Adama Street, Sfemphlih Teniu.
JJAVH ACCEPTED THE AQENCT FOR
Mannfaotared at Indlanapolii, Ind., and are
eannoi oe enaaiea iur tame quality
Cotton Presses, Horso
Plantation Work, Inclndiug Oyerbanllng A Repairing Engines & Macblaen
tar ORDERS BOLICITKD.
264 Front St.. cor. Court, Memphis, Tenn
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HPXCIAL NOTICK We arepnpared to t-I ordarr,
on annr notice, for th. eelerrated ftwlar Patent
Wroniihuxw Pnlley. We carry in atook orar
Two llundred Aiiortetl twi. . ...
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b alae the AfeBtof the old reliable Clearcla Hara Iaaoraaea Cnmpmnj, and ha
pariamad arraB(araentf with prominent Ep'.opean and American Companiea,
whereby they are enabled to plaee an; :x linea oar patrona nay faror aa witb.
. T. POSTER, Pres. J HO. OTBBTOS, Jr.. Vlre-Prea. f. H. SMITH, ,
?,?'5nnMBirooJt,,N;l.A0- R. L. COFFIN, of Dlllard A CoBn .
V 5 S9.DIN' ot Oolwin Co. J. M. GOODBAB, of Goodbar A Co
J. C. MILLS. JMO. OVKRION.Ja. D. 1. P01Il, o Pomr a Macrae
QFynTE rw rowpiyyw nmr.ninio. i itatiauw srr.
'i uu i
And Commission Merchants,
SOOnail M2 Prant fit.. Henplila. Tear.
3 i -.'l- 1 y! rc". M ''tMiar MiMI iii n n'i i"'-jiitia7?ir-'l B
RAW AM FIA-IeaUIJL, MATT-TARB.
Boors, Sash, Blinds, Holding, Lumber,
mm ana BMngiee, worln, ueiune; and Cedar Fosta.
MEKPHIS, - - . ITEMria'ESSEE.
Cotton Factor iWnolesale Groceis
294 Front Street, Opp. (fustom-lTonse.
SLEDGE BBOS., of Como.MIss.
Wo. 38i Tront Strfft
DILLARD & COFFIN,
COTTON FACTORS, N
Ha? Cnnh Advaueos to Mrrolinnfa and Planter.
BRINLY LAND SIDE CUTTER FLOWS.
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, SEEDS & FERTILIZERS.
J. T. FARQASON. J. A. HUNT. C. C.
J. T. FARGASON & CO.
S83 Front Street, Hemphia, Tenu.
Cotton consigned to us will have our cireful attention. We carry at all timeiawell-
Belectcd ttock oi
Staple & Fancy Grcceries, Wines, Liqucrsjab&csc & Cigars
And will Mill a
1, e, mm & co.
Into Tarl aii P
Doors, Sash, Blinds MoiildlnRS, all kinds of Door and
Window Frames, Ilrackcta, scroti. m or k, jkouku and
Dressed Lumber, Shingles, Iatha, Water Tanks.
All kinds of Wood Work Executed at Short Xotlce.
Nos. 157 to 173 Washington St. Memphia. TniT
L. D. MULMNS, of laU J. R. Godwin k Co. JA8. YONQK, UU ol J. W. Caldwell 4 Co
MULLINS & YONQB,
Cotton Factors Commission r.-erchanls
Ko, 1 lloward's Eot, Cor, Front and Union, Xempkls,
Soe aad TrfAj.
i uiv. i nu i uiiii
F. M. KOKFLEET, Resident Partner.
HKIN. R. A. PARKER. K. L. WOODSON
& Cotton Factors,
Law aa tne loaf".
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