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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4, IS 8 6.
BLISD'S SILTEB KES0LTJTI03 IS
Ike Relations Bctwteitaa Preildeit
ud the Scnale Aral a Dkhm4
The Dakota Bill.
WAtHinoT-w, February 3. Haute.
foveral communicationa were laid bo
lore the Hnnaa and referred, among
them one from the Poatmaatr-Oen-oral
In reeponee to a Hoaaa resolution
calling for information aa to what
ehangea ihould be made in tbe law
regulating compensation to tallroad
aompaniea carrying the mails.
The Fostmiutsr-Uenersl atatea that
p to tbe present time be baa be n
nnable to form any clear opinion aa to
what cbaogaa ahould be made in tho
law. At a future day, be elites, be
will be able to lay be ore th House
all the information which inquiries
that bave been fns'.itoW and are ap
proaching completion will afford.
Mr. B and Mo.l, from tbe Commit
tee on Co:t Ae, Weight aod Measure-,
desired to repott back the resolution
offered by hi in on Monday latit, call
ing on the bpcretary of the Treasury
lorcoiU n information relative to ail
Mr. Morr;son M , ititlng that he
wished to eiamiue the resolution,
made the point that it was not accom
panied by a report aa required by the
Mr. Bland withdrew the resolution
for the present later in the sitting
Mr. Bland, having prepared a short
report, again presented his pre
amble aid reaolut'oo. which, aa
amended by the committee, read as
Whereas, at the convent'on of lbs
American Hunkers' Association, held
at Uhiugn, HI , in the moDtli of Sep
tember, 1885, Mr. George 8. Doe, a
member of the Executive Con noil of
said association, and the president if
the American Exchange Natonal Bank
of New York City, made in an addreea
delivered b fore said convention the
following i Uitmeit, namely: "Under
these peculiar circumstances (referring
t) aneomed dangers resulting from
tbe continued coinage tt silver) the
new government came Into power.
It was at once confronted by
the peculiar difllculties surrounding
the Treasury DepaitmenU Like bla
predecessor, the President cl -art t ap
preciated the magnitude and immi
nence of the danger, and in the interim
before the meeting of Gongiees be is
taking as tfllcient steps aa are practica
ble nnder existing law tosavetbsna
. tion from being precipitated ino tbe
deep abyss of financial dttirlorat'.on.
Ilia tempora-y expedient Is both sim
ple and sif. Tbe law requires the
Treasurer to. purchase not leaa than
$000,000 woith of ailver bullion per
month and roin into dollars. But he
Is required lo pay them oat only when
nseeaiary. To avoid the necessity the
Treasurer now confines h's disburse
ments to ttrlctly legal demands and
refrain, from monthly payments aa
kl therto t f the funded debt. The sur
plus revenue supplies requisite means
not only to purchase the monthly
suma of silver bullion required by law
but aim to withdraw a sulltclent
amount of silver certificates issued
upon prevtoifl purchases to overcome
the excessive accumulations which
so .perplexed prior' administra
tions. Tula will effdly hold
the situation until Congress
aboil roavene. Tbe temporary danger
wblcb existed until the income thus
overtook expenditures was satisfac
torily arranged by concert with the
Ciraring-lioure Committee in New
York, whoie earnest t (Torts at that
critical moment to preserve the Rold
standard were enlisted in beba'f rf
the commercial community, which it
Is their lunction to specially represent;
and wheteaa, near the close of the
second season cf the Forty-eighth
Congress, l wit, on the 2Uth day of
February, 1885, this House refused by
a decided vote to consider a then
pending proposition looking to eus-
f tension of the coinage ol silver dol
am: the'f ire. be It
ErtoUtd, by this House, tha'. the
Secretary of the Treasury be and is
Hereby requested to lniirin this House
whether or not any such arrangement
was effected bv the -management of
the Treasury i'enartmer.t wttb the
Clearlng-UouoH Committee in New
York, or any other aeiocintion or poi
son, as ai'egml In ttie eaul u utress ol
Mr. Coe, and if to, by what Authority
such arrangement was made aod
carried out; and further, tt inform
this House what amount of ailver dol
lars were in the Trtamry on the 4th
day of Mu-ch lftt uurepreacnted by
outatanding certificates, and whit
amount of eilver certilitntes now in
circulation, what f mount of said do!
lars are now In the Treasury unrepre
sented by outstanding certificates, and
wbat atiouot of such ceitflcu'ea ia
now outatamling; rltn. what amount
of ailver dollars were in the Treasury
on the 4th day cf March last that
could bave been applied in the pay
ment of the interest-bearing debt and
other dues ol the government, and
wbat amount ol such r'o Urs are now
he.'d In the Treasury which could be to
applied; also, what amonnt of silver
certiuiatra are held in tbe Treasury
that could be reireued; also, what
amount of interest-bearing debt is now
lutjeci to call, ana will tbe eecae poll
ey be pursued in tho payment of silver
coin oa public dues in the future aa
in the past.
After debate Mr. Hewitt moved to
racoon m t, and on a vote it was lost
yeas 88, nsys 168 -and tho resolution
A wordy colic qnv here ensued be
tween Mr. Bradv IVal on neraonal
malUrs, and several otner members,
which i finally cut short bv the
Speaker, and the House proceeded to
Mr. Morilson 1111 f om the Com
mittee on Wsys and Means, reported
a resolution calling oa the bocn-Ury of
the Tnainryto report to the House
the (oUt tmouit applied to the sink
tog fund between Jane 30, IHH, and
July 1,188 , and urder what dads ai d
in whi.t several arno.it.ti the taue was
apt lied. Adopted.
A number t f committee rep rla were
submittod, alter which the House, in
Committee of the Whole, Mr. Crisp
Ga in the chair, look up the consid
eration cf the hill lo at olieh certain
fees for cfliclal services to Anie-iimn
Fending action tbe committee ros,
and the House aain resolved itself
into committee, Mr. Hammond Ga
In the chair, on the bill relating to tbe
tixalioi of fractional parts of a gallon
of distilled spirits, which wai debated
at length, but finally, without ation,
the committee rose, and the House
The Cbalr laid before the Senate a
letter from tbe Attorney-General ask
ing an additional appropriation of
150,000 for jurors of the United Stete
courts and 1133,000 for witnesses. It
was referred to tho Committee on Ap
propriations. A number of bills were report d
favorably from tho committees and
placed on the calendar, after which
the Onair placed before the Senate tho
resolution aa submitted yesterday by
Senator BJddleberger and the aubiti-
tuto lor it submitted by Senator rugn,
relating lo tho relatione between
lie President and tbe 8na'o
In regard to information aod papers
affecting government officers sus
pended or appointed.
Menator f.dmunds saia toat practi
cally bnt four months of the oeeelon
were If it lor business. The resolution
offered embodied no practical question
only mooted quections and it would
be time enough to debate the question
wben It snould become a practical
question. He moved to lay the reso
lution on tbe table.
eeaator Kiddlebenrer addressed .the
The Chair said tbe Question was not
Sanitir Riddleberger criticised Sena
tor Edmunds's motion in view of the
fact that be(8enator Edmnnds)had first
debated the matter and then moved ti
shut off debate. He asked that be
might be allowed to answer Senata
Senator Hale asked that 8 an a tor
Iliddlebergar intent bave unanimous
consent to make his remarks.
t-enato' Van Wyck thought be (Sen
ator Uiddleberger) should be allowed
to proceed in order and he would so
move, if in order.
The Chair said tnat that mot on
would not be in order at this time.
Bv unanimous consent 8entr BJd
dleberger was allowed to proceed. He
did not object to the first three sec
tions of Senator Pugh's resolution. If
those were cow ii trsduced aa substi
tute tat his (Mr. Riddleberger's) reso
lution, be would accept them; bat
wben it tame to the remaining sec
tions hs differed with Senator Pugh.
His (Riddleberger's) resolution mere
ly involved two Dronositfons : name! v.
that we bad no right to require from
the President raarona for removals or
suspensions of officers, but had a right
to demand ci nlm any reasons or pa
pers or proof going to the question of
appointment Tbe rest i f (Senator
Pugh's resolution ai to "public pol
icy," etc , Senator Riddleberger law
no necessity for.
Senator Pogh professed Ignorance of
parliamentary law, but inquired of the
Chair if the object of a motion to lay
on the table was tl cut off defca'e.
A fler further debate, the motion I
lay on the table was sgreed to, only
one vote belns heard in the negative.
After some f miner bnslness Senator
Riddleberger rose snd again called up
the ret o'.uiion that bad a taw minutes
since been laid on the table, and, after
some talk, it was attain laid before the
Annate and finally referred to the
Committee on Privileges and Elec
tions. A bill was passed for the benefit of
the Slttes of Texas. Colorado, Oregon,
Nebraska, California, Kansas and Ne
vada, and tbe Territories of Wash
ington and Idaho. It provides that in
case of the loss of the original vouohtr
required by law for the settlement of
claims by tbe States and Territories
named, the Secretary of War may ac
cept copies thereof properly certiflel
by the blate or Territorial olucera.
At z o'clock tbe uakctt bill was
E laced before tbe Senate, and Senator
o;an took the floor and addressed
the Senate at length in uvor of the
At the conclusion of Senator l'gan s
remarks, Senator Harrison obt uned
the floor and gave notice that he would
ask the Senate to bring tbe bill to a
Tbe Senate then adjonrnad.
1mI la a C hareh.
RaabiNO. Pa., February 3. The
evangelical cbaprl near Hpesce's
church, several miles from this city,
was packed with people lau night. A
rowdy element on the ontiide smashed
in the windows with flubs and then
puehed in long fnce rail into the
chapel. It npset the pulpit and struck
the prtasber jntt as be had cloaed bis
discourse, home of the lights were
extinguished and there was a cry
of ' fire." Men, women and cbli
dren became panic stricken and
rushed for the door. A plat
form tvat hat been erected out
side the chapel by those who could
cot git in. was nuset. and added tome
excitement of the terror-stricken peo
ple. One Udy wai seriously injured
and seveial wore slightly cut by
broken glata or crushed in their effoit
to at to it. The riotous element on
the outside was aboot renewing the
demonstration whon they wera
chu-ged upon by the friends ot the
church. Tho battle which ensued
win short and sharp, and tiie rioters
finding they were beaten back turned
and lied in the darkness. Their names
are being learned to-day and the en
tire gang will be arrested. ,
Of latere! to Alhlrlrn.
Ja nea Robinson, ttii'ner i.f athletes
at Harvard and Princetin College,
writes from Princetin, Janun'y 24,
1885. "For cuts bruises, stia'us,
rlieutr iit sm and colds, I always use
Allcork's Poious Plasters f r myself
and pupils. Never have known t ien
to fiil in over 100 caies. They
strengthen the muscles and give in
stant relic f. They are the only exter
nal remedy used by our athletes."
KxplMlon al tb Miami lawdr
Dayton, O., February 3. A terrific
explosion occurred yesterday at the
Miami Powder Works at Goes Station,
near Xenia, where three large powder-mills
were blown to atoms and
Gustavo Snyder, superintendent of
the works, so badly burned and
bruised tl.at be cannot recover. When
the explosion occurred Snyder was
near mill .No. 3. He was burled come
distance by fie cancusaion, and waa
badly burned about the face and
band. He also sustained a al inter
ral Injuries by inhaling fire. Shortly
after No. :i went up mills No. 5 and 0
were put in operation. By the time
they were fairly under way No. S ex
ploded with a miiihtv report, which
was ,'lalnly heard iu Springfield and
this city, sV.een miles nay. Mill
No. 0 immediately followed with u like
report, filling tbe air around with
pieces of iron, tituuar, etc. The cause
of the explje oa is said to be the in
crustation of the wheels arising f. -cm
net being used for several days. !
Hrotl'a EmnUlna of Pare Cod I.Hrr
Oil, witu aijpopbo.phur.
In Sawfulout ami toniumytire Ca$t.
Dr. U. C. Lorkaood, New York,
says: "I have frequently prescribed
t-ccti's Euiulsion and regard it aa a
valuabh preparation in scrofulous and
consumptive cases, palatable and effi
cacious. ratal CaplaaUa af a Caady KetlU.
Dwaoif, Mica., February 3. Th'o
mo-ning at 9:30 o'clock a candy kettle
in Flynn & Durbee's establishment on
Michigan avenue exploted, injuring
three persona. Carl Snicderbocker
was covered with the boiling caDdy
and terribly burned. It is thought bis
injuries will prove fatal. Ed Sedler
aod Nellie Galvin were severely but
n?t dangerously scalded.
THE 0UEEJVS WISHES TO BE RE
SPECTED BY MB, GL1D3T05E.
The Selection of the Hon. John
Morley for Secretary for Ire
Low ddh, February 8. Mr. Joseph
Chamberlain, Kidical, has declined
the office of First Lord of the Admi
ralty, offered him by Mr. Gladstone
newfabioet. The reason given
by Mr. Chambeilain is tlat be dose
not desire to be officially connected
with tbe military d partment of the
government It Is reported that Mr.
Chamberlain aepireato be made Chan
cellor of the Exchequer, bnt that Mr.
Gladstone has absolutely reserved tbat
pott for himself, and it la more than
probable tbtt tbe Radical leader will
eventually go int) the Cabinet ai a
minor officer cf the crown.
Tbe Right Hon. Anthony J. Mun
dell, president of the Nottingham
Chamber of Commerce, has accepted
the office of chairman of t ie Board of
Trad with a seat iu t,he Cu'iinet.
It ia rumored in tbe city to-dy that
unleee the ijibeial Cabinet now being
formed by Mr. Gladstone shall be eat-iaf-ictory
to tbe Queen, it will be reco i
etit ited lo accord with her majesty's
The Queen has approved of the se
lection of the lino. John Morley to be
Chief Secrrtiry for Ireland.
Th Eail of Ros.'bery, who was
Secntiry of 8-ate for India in tbe last
Liberal Cabinet, and who, it now
seems, will have no place in the com
ing Ministry, bai declared his Inten
tion of assuming a friendly though in
dependent attitude of support ontiide
the Oabinit tj tbe Uladatone govern
Lord Granville, Mr. Gladstone's for
mer foreign Minister, it is said.
"strongly objects to being shunted."
UE5EK1L F0REIHN NEWS.
Lrd tDaStoria ia Birnth,
Loudon. February 3 Lord Duffer-
Id, Viceroy of India, has gone to Bur
men to ariange f r the extension of
the British Indian admialstiation to
Tabis, February 3. Baron Aitiud
Haaasman. who was arrested yester
day far attempting to murder Count
Aiontautan, has Deen prcnouncea in
sane. A Orl rire as HaaehMttr.
MAacuatrTBB. February 3 A huge
Voik of baildingn in this city, occu
pied by Hamilton dc Co., Potter A (Jo.
and Peak A Co , has been guttt by
fire. The lots will exceed $600,030.
The Pope's Health.
Ron , February 3. Tbe Pope, while
transacting some business with Car
dinal Ferrlnri, pre fact of the Congre
gation of Bishops and Regulars, yes
terday, La i a slight attack of syncope.
H was carried to his chamber but re
covered from tbe attack before reach
Caeaay. fcpaaUh Hoaarehlsla.
London, February 3. The Timri
correspondent at Madrid rays the
Monarchists of Spain are nnraiy at tbe
attitude cf Gen. Lopes Domlnguea,
and fear tbat be meditites a revolu
tion though be bss done nothing ss
yet to prove that this assumption ia a
Tho British Urala Trade.
Londom, February 3. The Mark
Lane Erpreu, in its Monday inane,
says: "Tbe early town crop is healthy.
Trade in wheat is unimproved. Sales
of English wheat during 'the week
amounted l 73,000 quarters at 2!)a 7d,
against 72,778 quaiters at 34s Cd dur
ing the corresponding period last year.
There have been liberal supplies of
flour, and prices tend downward. The
foreign wheat trade is no firmer. Tbe
political situation baa a dl quietirg
etlecr. The latest phases ot the stiver
Question in India and America ia not
conducive to confidence here. Eight
cargoes of wheat arrived; rone sold
or withdrswn; eight remained, in
cluding four of California and two of
Orei on. Tiade fjiward ia s'agnsnt.
Theie is an ab-ence of confidence just
now in all dpprtmeuta. JNo m
feature at to day's market The in
quiry for wheat is limited. Flour is
llngf age Thieves Capf nred.
Foht Waynh, Ind , February 3
For some months nm the Lake Shore
and Baltimore and Ohio reads have
boen furiously encored by claims pre'
sented by passengers who lave far
uishod evidence that their bnpgane
liRd been rilled in Home manner in
transit, and quit) n considerable
amount of money has been paid out
by the reads in eett'enient of these
matters. The dilftctive force of the
Baltimore and Ohio has been quietly
at work and as a result of their inves
tigation O. W. Keck, the joint agent,
and Barnett, a telegraph operator at
Auburn Junction, have been arreeted
charged witn tbe robbery. It ia said
Uatihe Drincioal evidence waa fur
nished by a girl who formerly worked
(or Keck, hut who has recently re
sided in Fort Wavne. The girl was
known to have a large amount of
costly dresrei and a profusion of jaw
elry, and for this reason was inter
viewed bvthe detent i vee. to whom
she cot faesed that Keck bad presented
her with a'l the goods. It is under
stood that she alaotild them where to
find a large Quantity of tbe stolen
goods. Aa Auburn Junction waa
transfer station where large emounts
ot baffiraiie frcauently remain lor sev
eral hours, tho nutter of the robbery
was easily accomplished, according to
the girl's story, by means c f false
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Uiiu. Fi.i.. fenUmbar JO. 1882.
It Cbrdi a ptcaaara to unn yon tost
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Pil) if mora, tbta twenty run la my torn
Uj. lhfl I regard tbaa M binf saperior to
or I tar r.r iHd or bar moo nted. I
bar lot hid them eonfLntly, and bad to
try otWn, and I bar triad a food varit7,
bat I obt n.r.r bad any to act to promptly,
profiler, and nioely ai MoLano'l. I Wo
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No. 5!J, R.D. In tb Chancery C"urt of
Bhelby county, Tenn. Samuel A. Bowen
et al. vs. James A. Col ol al. .
" It appearing from bill which is sworn to
in this cause that the dffendaots, Martha A.
Cox. Carri L. Cox and Maiaie h. Cox, ar
ra-idenls of th Blnte ol Arkansas and Bon
re'identatof the Stat of Tennessee:
It is theretor onlered. That tbey mak
ther appearance h"in, at the eourlhous
ol Bhelbyeoonty, is Memphia, Tenn., on or
before tli first Monday in Febiuary, 18(W,
and plead, answer or demur to complainant
bill, or th siimewill betaken for oonfei sed
as to them and aet for hearing ex partes
and thai a eopy of this order be published
onoe a week, tor fonr succeaaiv weeks, ia the
Memphis Ap aai. in is iecemoer , i.
A copy at'est : ,
H. I. MoHOWELL, Clerk and Master.
By 11. F. Walsh, Deputy Clerk and Master.
Poston A Poston. Bole, lor com pint, tha
I HEREBY warn th public fTom trading or
i,uing certain Botes mad by me: on
no- or UUO, ! J;, ai, lva : on tor I130,
due Ja t. . J8SS. and one for due Sept.
ti, lHKfi. - en. payarle to th. order of Mrs
L. K. Wadswortn. The conditions for which
the above sot wr given not being eoav
pli.d with, I rafue t pay tboaa, .ad here
O H .
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W. D. KKTUK'i, l'rc't State National Bask
W. F. TAYL"R, of W. F. Tayl. r Co.
RIB. SM)W DEN, Dir-cturlo B'k Commerce.
8. P. READ. Cashier Union 4 Planters Hank
JNO. OVERTON, Ja., Overton 4-(rov.nor.
H. J. BLACK, of
aw Authorised to Aa a Gnner.il Bankina Business. Receiv Denoitts and Pay Interest thera-
on, Discount Paper, act ss l'rustce. Administrator, biccutor or Guardian, etc.. Receiver
lur Individuals, corporations anu L.1 1 iu An xn. wso.nave a nie ueposn vault, wnerein
valuables or all kinds are to be sately kept, hi.vlng etapeelnlly aollcltcd.
tar Business to commence February 1, lSod.
RILL FONTAK & GO.
Cotton Factors and Wholesale Grocer
jFront St., Memphis. Tenia.
HILL joiliu eo.
Cotton Factors. Commission Oerchante,
Ho. 116 South Main St.. St. Iieni.
1NDEEW BTEWAET, New Orleana. ANDREW D. QWYJJNK, Matnpha
STEWART, GifTIE t CO..
KO.SS6 AXD 858 FBOST BTBEET. JtESIPlIIS, TESHf,
STEWART BROTHERS h C0MPAII7
COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MEBCHaNTS,
WEW OnUEKlSH, LOUISIANA
. Hteeesaort to POBTEB TAYLOB COH
WO. 200 FRONT STREET,
Liberal Advances Katie on Conaignnicnta.
11 UWIOW RTKE53T. MEMPHIS. TEBTft
P. 8. ALSTOW,
S. W. CBOWEU,
ALSTON, G10WELL & 00.
Ana Commission Merchnnta. Max, Cora Oate, Bran, CTiop Feed, OU-Mcal,
Llai", "Jement, riastcr, Building and Fire Brick, Etc.
Cor. Front and Union, 1 Howard's Row. MempliR
JD lm s o lia.t icxi. Notice.
THE FIRM OF 04IOI.BAR CO., COMPOSED 0I -T. M. OOODBAR, A. B. GOOt
BAU, W. L. CLARK and J. U. GOOl'BAH. su dissolved January 1, 1850, by mutual
eonsent, A. B. Uoolhar and J. II Goodbar having told their ntir interest in that
to J. M. Goodbar and W. L. Clark. M. OWlill A.
MxHrmfl, Txxa., January 14, 1886. , , , , , nJ1',0?,?0?,1 ,
gia-Ret-rringtoth above notice of dissolution, J. M.Ooodbar nd W. L-Clnrk beg to
i. .nMtHUA-i. th.v willnontinue the hoiesale
1 Til Ol 111 1 1 1 V 1 1 II ICIHIB huu wu.'.uai. ... . J . " " , . ' , " , . , , . - . I
Boot and Bhoe Business, at the old stand, 319 'Main street, nnder the old firm nam ol I
GOODBAR A CO., having admitted as partners E. J. Carnngton and F. O. Jones from andT
after January 1, 18S6. Thoe indebted to tno'a nrm wm max "'"QjJgAjJ"4 Co.
Jarar. H. Cloodbaur Vn. V, Clark Eugene J. Orrlnclon Frnnk G. 3 on.
319 Main Street,
MESIPHIS, TENK ESSEE.
sa-Th Hout. hta Ptrhc't Vntilation and Natural Light, Bteam heating. Electrl Belli,
and tw. oi Ual.'t Klevatort. All ttrt-can put Main ttrt ntrance.
KATES a 04 act 9 9 n7. aroording to sli and elevation of roofts. Spaoltl
reus to Comm.rciaJ Travalarfc Abundant supply of PURE CISTERN AND WELL WATER
Cotton Factors & Commission Mercliants
RcmoTetl to 331 Front SU Cor. Union, Memphis, Toon.
W. N. WIC.KERSON. W. N. Wilkeraon A Co
V. II. ALI.EM. of T. H. Allen 4 Co.
R. DUDLEY FRAYSER, Frayser A Scraggi.
J. tt. OnilWI.N, President Mercantile Bunk.
W. A. WlLLIAWriON.V -P. Union A P. B'k
S. 1. Mot DWELL. C. & M. Chancarv Court.
K. J. Black A Co.
U. W. JKACBAjE.
i i MEMPHIS.
II. II. HATJBY.
N. MX, K. D. Cbaneery Court of Shelby
voanty etat o lennessM Tor IU
use. eta., v.. M niM mt kI
BY virtu of an intorloeatory eesrai for '
sal.. Dtra ia tha abiva aaua. on taa
24th day of Deembr, 18H&, M. B.60. paa.
oti. t wiu sen, ai puDiio aueuoa, w to.
highest bidder, la froat of the Clerk and
Master omoe. Mart-boa, of bbtlby Uoaa
ty, M.mphU, Teas., on
llaxaretay. Mar ah 6, 1S,
aritbla legal boars, tb following desorilwd
property, situated la Shelby county, Tena.
Lot 62. block 1, A. Wright's subdivision,
30157 feet, south aide of Georgia streot, a
leatwestor it nam arenae.
Lot M, block 1, A. Wright's subdivision.
30x157 teet, south aid ot Ueorgia street, M
loot we.t of Wright avenue. Hl 4 as pre par
ty of Margaret Rica and others.
uo si, dio-k i, a. irnni i auoaivision,
frontina 11 7-10 feet on aoulh side of Uaor.ia.
street, southwest comer of LaKos atreet.
and running aoutheastwardly with La Rosa
atreet leet; thence west e7.o tcet to an
alleritbenea with tbe east side of said alley
107 5 teet to Georgia aUeet. co.d aa property
of Ellen bnarpe.
Lot 3o, block 12, east side or ecnd street.
Fort I'lckerioa. MilW feet. 148 feet north of
Lit 3ri, block 12, eastsido of Beoond street.
Tenth Ward, -lil'JU feet. Bold as property
Ol Mattie b. Lawrnnce and others.
Fart of lot 12, block 30, IrmitiKg 14 feet on
west side of alley east ol Bixth street. Fort.
Pickering, and rum log bauk west 87! feet.
being nnrtb ol tbe east pari ot lot 1 1, I lock .40.
Part of lot 13, block 3.1. being tbe east XT '
feet of said lot, fronting W feet on wt.l aid.
of alley on-t ol Sixth street.
Lot 14. block .10, nortn-ast corner or Jar
son and Sixth street, Tenth W ard, 37Hxi.t7
feet. Bold as property of Anlhnny W. blade
nd the unknown heirs ol Chirks l'bilmott.
Lot 8, b'ock 40, s ulb side of Carolina,
street. 60iK0 leet, XA't fret cast of Ninth
street, told as property ot fc'rod W. Kaiser.
Part of block .tl, soulh.cn corner ot Caro
line acd Main streets. 80XI27S f et. Bold at
proporty ol I. J. Bhart aud others.
Lot w, block 16, west aide of fourth street.
Fort Pickering, z4xlL! feet
Lot 10, blouk 16, west Mrs of Fourth street.
Fori Pickering. 21x112 feet. Bald aa prop
arty of Joseph Tate.
Lot 2), J. M. Tat. subdivision, Miltf feet,,
east side of tVilkerson street 63 feet north of
Georgia street, Tenth Ward.
Lot II. block 16, west side of Fourth street..
Foit Pickoring, 74 feet north ol Carolina
street, 24ill2 feet, (old at property of
Terms of bale On a credit of tlx tnonthat
not. bearing Interest, with good leoarity,
required; lien retained; redemption barred.
Ibis February 1, ihad.
S. i. MoDUWELL, Clerk and Matter.
By J. M. Bradlev, IMouiy U. and at.
F. H. A V. W. lleiakell. solicitors.
No. 4855, R Chancery Court of Bhelby oonn
ty Btat of Tannarteaforiuowa use. etc.,
vt. John 11. Tight et al.
BV virtu, of an Interlocutory decree for
sale entered in th. above oanse on tha
2Mb day ol November, lHbft, M. U. 50, rag.
liy, I will tell, at public auction, to the high
est bidder, in front ot the Clerk and Maater'g
office, Courtbous of Bhelby eounty, Mem
phis. Tenn., on
Saturday, February 90, IS6,
within legal hoars, th. following described
prorerty, situated ia bhelby county, Tenn.,
Lots It and 13 Vollentins subdivision, north
and adjoining Btahl and McKarland; lot 11
being 191 by m feet. Lot 13 being 171, by
2MH feet. Bold as uropeny of John H.
Tigbe, C. F. Adder and otiiers.
Lots 7, 8, 11, 12. 13, 17 and 27, north side ef
Vollentin avenue. Lot 27 oontaining 22 l-
gcros. Lou 7, 8, 13 and 17 bsiug Xli by
i&JH feet each.
A certain tract on th northwest corner of
Vollentin and Watkins avenuett Begin
ning at a stake on th north boundary Tin.
ol tbe 5000-acr Rio grant and southea-t cor
ner of th. Vollentin tractt tbenoe nearly
north with th dividirg line off. A. Par
rant and Vollentine traotl8 chains 60 link,
to a atak in said linei thence west T
chains 26 links; thence south and parallel
with said dividing line 12 chains 87 links t.
a stak. in said John Rice's north line;
thence east with a! line to tb begin
ning, containing 9 C7-10U acres. Bold a
ariaaatliinf Ifi " 'ard and P. U. Iiryson.
Lot 11 Ufuckett subdivision, beginning at
northeast corner of th Kaleigh plankroad
and Lewie atreet; tbenoe at along tb
Raleigh road lififeet; thence north 436 7-10
feet to th northeast corner of lot 11 1 tbenoe
115 feet went to th east line of Lewit it et;
thence touth 476 feet on east tin of Lewit
street to i be beginning. Bold at jiroper'y of
Bimon and Tobial Wolf and Wm. Whlttaker.
Lots 34, 35 and 36, Weakley's tubdivision,
north side of an avenue 33 feet wide, lead
ing trotn tho west aide of Becond street to
waterworks on the east bank of Wolf rivet,
beginning at a point 42u feet west of Second
street; thenc north with toe west line of a
one-acre lot aold by Fitigibhon to Margaret
Bannon, 210 leet to the northwoit corner of
said one-acre lot; thenc eart to the south
west corner of another one-acre lot hereto
tore told to said Margsret Bannon ; thene.
northwestwardly with th west line of said
lot 148 feet, more or less, to the touth I in.
of W. A. Bickford't lot: thenoe westwardly
with Iiicklord't line to the northeast corner
of lot 2; thenc southwardly with th east
line of said lot to the north line of the ave
nue first mentioned; thence eastwardly U
the beginning, oontaining 1 77-Hi) acre.
Bold aa th property of alary and Franca
ran OI lot iu, irooAeii . iuuuiviiu'hi
425 feet, on the north side ot the Kaleigk
road, east and adjoininr lot 11. Bol 1 as th
property of Mary T. Btuhl.
Terms ol Bale On a .-edit of sig month .
not with security, bearing interest from
date, required; lien retained, redemption,
This January 15, 1886.
8. 1. MoDOWELL, Clerk and Master.
By J. .M. Bradley, Deputy C. tnd M.
y. 11. 4C W. UMshall. folicitors.
'1 riiHlec's Siitc.
Y virtue of a trust deed executed to m
i nm triiktn h. K. M. Annerson and Susan
B. Apperson, his wife, locordnd in record
bonk A 2, pago 4(1.', in th. Circuit Court
Cierk't and .Recorder's oOico of Cr.ttenden
county, Arkansas, to secure certain indebt
edness tboruia mentioned, default having
been mndo in sa:d aecd ot trurt, I will, at the
reut ot the benelixiary in t.id trust deed,
February IH, IS86,
within legal hours, on the premi es, offer for
salA. at imblie outcry, forcoth. to the hiirb-
ert bidder, the followiog property dct' ribed J
in said trut deed, to- it, tbe plantation
known as Wyn.keand Berkley plantations, J
situated in Cr.ttenden county, Arkansas. ,
nbcut nine miles below Memphis, being aa f
follow, to-wit: All ol sectioi 19, 16, NR i
E, 5tj3 10-KKI acres ; W H K W i sretion 2i, X t
6, NKIE, l acies; c- Ir H aection 20, X 6, T
N R 9 E. 2i0 acre : N W fr XA stction SO, T 6,
N R 9 Ii, 95 3S-I00 acres: part of Spanish
Grant No,X.:S73. T 6. N R E, 81 2-100 acres : .
NEK section 25, T 6. N R 9 K, l acres ; N -
KB section 31, T 6, N R9 E, 80 acres:
KW H section 31 , T 6, N K 9 E, 160 acres ; S W ,
V. section 30. T 6. N R 9 E. Ii0 acres : BE K
tion 26, T B, N s IK.31I acres: W K section
25, T 6, N It 8 K, Nacres; 6K Ir section
30, T 6, N R E, 56 acres ; Ir section 29, 1 6, ,
N R9 E, 12 acres; part of Bpanish Grant
No. 23T3. T 6. N K 9 E. 194 acres-in a'l on-J
taining twenty-eight hundred and eighty-),
two and 10-100 teres, together with all im-4
provewents thereon and all appurtenance
thereunto belonging. The euuity of redamp-
tion and right to dower and tomes tea
Also at said time and place, and on said,
terms,, will sell th following personal prop-4 '
erty, situate tnd now on said plantations,!
to-wit: Forty-seven mules, forty-one hend of
cattle, four hogs, being all the moles, cattle,
and bogs on laid plantations. Also, a full1
and completo assortment ol farming imple-- ;
Title believed to be good, though I tell
ana warrant only as trustee.
Bale to commence at 12 o'clock.
W. M. bNhEP. Trostc.
ALL persons owning and holding Jedr-1
ti OLt Certificate, or coupons thereon, i
matur n August 1, I' . issued br Tipton
eounty under m set of tbe O crsl Assembly
ot tb Btnteot lei nessee, app.oved Ik em
ber 21, 1S.HI, In compftmis of jadgments
rendered in the Circuit Coir of the I ui.eil
States for th Western Di,tnct o. lennefee,
at Memphis, are hereby notilied to present
taid Judirineni Certificatct and com on- and
detached ooupons. lor navment. tothe (' tt.D
and IMantera Bank in aid eiiv ol Mem-r
tn . Tenn., on or bcf.r the l.l day r
tbrumj A. Is. ltt, wben and whero.
the San-.. W'll I r paidae3rding to the termer
and conditions o itn suid JudgmentCertifii
caies and compromise a ri.uient entered
into between lipton county hi l her sai..
creditors. Ihil 31a; day ul Ioce- ',lw4i
A. W. BMITli. 1
Chairman of tba County Court ot Tipton Co,
B. K. LOCKE, t
Notice of Final Srltleinonf.
No. 48. R (7) In the Probnle Court of Shel
by County, Tennessee W alter D. Mod,
adminirtratnr (f Isaac W..Mon, decea, ;
r"1nla is to aotily all persons interested i
L the estate of sa'd Isaae W. Moon, dec .
that 1 will, at my oUlce in tbe city of Men -phis,
on Tbarsdsy, February 11, lsii, at iO
o'clock a.m., take and stt- the final sci De
ment of tha aooounu of Walter D. Mooni
administrator of tha estate of said Isaac W.
Moon.deo'd. This January 30, luce. .
H.B. CULLRN. Clrk.
By Loalt E.ttmauM, Deputy Cierk.
Poston A PorWa. jttorBeyt.