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KILLED THE MOM HAS.
THE 4KI ITT 4. (Gi.) MURDER
-1 nether Woman Now Mixed Up In
the Affair Tlie Xew
Atlanta, Ga., . Febrnary 3 The
vanrderil Watchman C barlts Vow
ard iu Main 1 a tfr jars more myttnri
cus. Jo Haywood is bold for the
crime. When llovnta was found his
head was beaten let a jolly by blows
from a hammer, and hot (oi's covered
his head ai d ureal t, burning away
cisueen. iDecmiy clew to the mar
der were two lou'.pnntf. one cf
woman, the other of a man. Wbila
viewing the bcly V at afternoon Hay-
wooa wta arrtii a. ua the night that
tbe murder "ts committed Howard
left the shop in charge of Jim Fit Us,
lie left a1 o it 9 o'clock aid did not re-
tarn until 11. when his friend ltf
Haywood was absent from home on
the night cf the murder and cannot
account fur himself between tbe boars
of 11 o'dxk p.m. and 3 a m., daring
which time 1 10 mnrder was commit'
ted. It is claimed that Hayaood miS'
t ok his victim for J tin Fields, his en
emy. When Haywood was in tbe
penitentiary, where be was sent for
ninety-nine year?, Fields reaided with
his Wil am several children were
bom. Baywnod was pardoned four
years aio. When he heard cf the re
. lations between Fit Ids aad his wife he
(WOBK TO KILL FIELDS
on the first opportunity. Tbe theory
f the c fli-era is that Haymod went
to tbe chop to kill Fields; that he
slipped up r n his victim, who was sit
ting with hia hack toward the door,
ana, taking up a Hedge-hammer,
tt-uclt him on the hesd, crashing bin
enuii. tie was nnrnnea f and in
etend of bia ept-my be bad killed his
hett friend, lie hastily covered the
lace and breast ot his vict m with
burning coalp, and, thinking that be
kill dunirnyed tbe evidence an I o the
cause of dei th, joined his female com
panion out id", and the tiro fled. The
woman was in love with Fields and
IJavwocd was in love with her. Tbe
woman aongt.t in vain to secure
Fields' afT-ciion, and, filling in this,
need ber influence over Haywood and
his well-kr own hatred to Fields to get
htm to mnrder the roan whose love
she conld not train. Thus the two took
advantage of Fields'n supposed pres
ence in the place of the absent How
ard to deal the blow which resulted in
the death ( f tbe wrong man. The e di
ce ra bave the name of the woman, bat
refuse t) let it be known until they
have secured her arrest.
aiPHIS DAILY APPE AL-THUJ iSD AY, FEBRUARY 4, ;1S86;
KETT YOUK CISiLS.
Xalloaal Aid A.kd for lb
itravruirint of tbe Krla.
Alb an v, N. Y February 3. Tbe
following reaolutioa olTdred in the
Senate to-day was ordered priLtid:
Whereas, The Erie and Ojwego canals
are nignways i national commerce
between the seaboard aad la'erior of
the American continent ; and whereay,
tbecaiala for sixty years have been
maintained at tue expense of New
York (State, and are now the only
water-ways witbin tbe boundaries of
the Uuitud States bttiveen tbe great
Went aud the seabamd whereby com
merce of the grt a1; lakes are connect d
with tide water; aud, whereae, it lias
benn deemed expedient by th- btate
cf New Yortt iu the interest of labir
aud commerce to the whole country
to remove the carml (o'Js and make
the cana's open and free to commerce
of the United Hut?s: and. whereas.
it is believed that an expBdiMirerf-)
o,utxi,ouu in improving t je Erie and
Ojwego canals by Riving them nine
feet depth of water throughout and
by lengthening the locks of one tier,
. will be grta'ly to the rommercial ad
vantage of seventeen Western fct trs
aid Territories and five New England
citates; and, whereas, New York ex
pends annually 1400,000 in maintaiu
ing the canals and as the impiove
mett rf the canals is of rational im
portance, it is just, equitable and wise
thatfie Fedeial government sLoald
b ar the expense of the improvement;
tte efore, Revolved, That .New York's
represent ittveg be requested to sup
port the Weber bill in Congress and
in return pledge ihtt the fctite will
forever keep the canals free.
tracks, it seems tatt a srark irora
locomotive g t fnto the npeninirof the
siwdut-fil!td box and Ignititg tba
contents commenced bcrnini bet
fortunatrly it was distovered efore
the flames had obtained muchliead
way. The spot enu'd not be niched
from the railroad track to that an
opening was chopped through the up
per real way Hooting above thebltae
and the fire suppressed througq this
opening. It took over half aa hoor
to do this, and the fire but assumed
quite thrca'ening propctt.oas before
it was reached and extinguished, i Had
tbefiamea goitsn be ond control tbe
upper roadway would bave burned,
together with the approach from East
tt. l.oaie, and the lues and Inronven
iecce would bave been ini a cclubto.
aae-HeetlaK la Opgsoalfloa ta the
Repeal of (ha FIta-HiIc Pre.
RAWHIDES AD PISTOLS
A COUPLE OF FlUtm BETWtEJf
At Columbia, 8. C, Urowinr Out of
IcoaaisroxDtxca or thi arriai.l
Corinth, Mim., February 2. The
last ivegiaiatare passed snecial act
piohibit .ng the liquor traihe within
five miles of oar court-house. Nix
hundred voters out of a to a! of 850
asked lor the law. The acti-Drohihl-
tionists are making etio-ta to have it
repealed. Their efforts have come to
light, and the whole commnnit in
turred up on me surject. Last night
a tremendous mass-meeting was held
in tbe court-boas in opposition to
tbe repeal of the law. Several ahlo
speakers, both black aid white, ad-
ureFsea ine meetirg. The meeting
reaoivea oy a s'aiutng vote, amid
great enthusiasm, to ittnd by the
law, and a campaign was put on f .ot
to collect pro it for tie Legislature
enowins: mat uonntn ana commnnr.v
are satiened with the law. If tbe
Legislature could have looked in on
the meeting it never would seek to
nndo what the people had by a large
majority arked it to do two veara a&o.
Great confidence is felt by th tern
peiance people Ua: the law will not
be repealed. It would he the worst
thing that could he done for our town
aud a large msiantyof our beet citi-
sens, end property holders are deter
mined that whisky shall r ot be told
here if lawful and Loaoiable means
(on prevent it.
A Wanaan Killed for Allenntlaa-
tbe Aflevllona of anatber'a
HOWELL E. JICKSOX
PHlLADKLruiA. Pa . Fehmarv .1
Mrs. iaunie Brown, eaily yesterday
morning, went to a house near Ninth
and Vine street, armed with a loog
dirk knif', and, calling Miss Julia
Curry out, charged her with alienat
ing the all actions of ber husband from
her, and, crying, with an otth, "I will
spoil your pretty fice," slashed her
right and left, nd then j lunged tbe
anue into ner necK. Miss Uurry fell
to the floor fatally wounded. After
pulling the knife from the wound.
Mrs. Brown lifted it high above her
heal, and would have buried tbe
blade in the girl's bedv. but it wa
cautsht by another woman, who, in
struggling w ti the infuriated creat
ure, ha I four lingers of her right hand
cut off. The proprietress of the plme
noauy uieartueu me woman, tint not
bi fore she had alio been stubbed in
the shoulder. When taken to the sta
tion, Mrs Urown said: "I only regret
i uiu not cut ner heart out."
The Weatern I'nlon Pole" Tux.
feT. Lr.uu, Mo., February 3. Tbe
case ot the Weit rn Un oa Teleeranh
Comiaoy for failing to pay a tax on
pole?, and xhich has been pending in
the Court of Criminal Correction for
nearly a year, was decided yesterday
by Judge Noinan. A. city ordinance
provides that the city can levy a tax
ot$5per pola on all poloa erected
w.tnin the limits by telesrraDh compa
nies. When the collector attempted
to ccllect this tax the company re
fused payment, aod a prosecution was
at oace instituted by the city in the
Police Court When the matter came
upbtnre Judge Cady he discharged
the defendants on the gtoand that the
ordinance was unconstitutional, and
thenure Invalid. Xho city appealed
from the decision to tbe Contt of
Criminal Correction, when Jedze
No man yesterday alfirmed Jtidi?e
Lady s decision on the same ground.
He holds that the city can result 1 3
the erection of telegraph pol-te, but
rainct levy a special tax of (5 ner
pels. The case will go to the Court of
Citrons' Wllb Ibe ThonghlfQl
of Ibe 8tate.
Chattanooga Timet: Tbe Ninhville
correspondent of the Memphis Ap
PBAListf opinion that Benat r Jack
son Is far the itrongest candidate to
succeed himself, a iu will -'get there."
Jacason lsunquestionahiy strong with
the mott thoughtful cf our-people,
ine eaucateu class ot men all over
the fctite heartily admire him for his
sturdy a lherence t) principle and his
psrsistent looking forward in his poli
cies. Beeide being an adroit politician
and legisieDr, Jackson is a nan thor
oughly alive to the needs cf the pres
ent and future of bis State and people.
Sensational Ending of Lawmlt
Indianapolis, Isd., February 3. In
the United rifates Court, vef tarday,
the case of E. W. Redhst'i '& Bro. of
Bo.toi against Micbasl Fletcher of
Lebanon, in this state, was brouoht to
an abrupt termination in a rather een-
aationai manner, forty-two wholesale
firms ef New York, BMtin, Phi'adei.
phis, Chicago, Cincinnati, Indianapo
lis a d otbercities that had sold goods
to Fletcher, and bad claims against
him amr untitle t3S30O.00J.were renre-
.sented in the pioecutioa. The first
vitnsU van MnDaa I. i tiilin. anv. nl . 1. 1
defendant, and, under cross-examina-'
tion, he revealed that an understand
ing existed between MichuM, Moses
and Nathan Flttcher of Lebanon.
Herman L M.iser of this city, and
bimon Wolf of Cbicaga.to bny all the
goods they could on credit, and then,
by a system (f transfers and ship
mente, nealect tbe wbo'eealers. To do
this a contraband store wa t es' abliahed
at Oitawa, III., to which shipments
were n.ade. It was shown that one of
the defendants had filled live large
cases with lumber, taken them to Leb
anon, filled them with pools and
shipped them to Indianapolis. Jadge
Woods entered jadgment for tbe
plaintiff. Whether any further action
will be taken agaiBSt the defendants
has not yet transpired.
A Close Call far tbe St. Loula Bridge.
6r. I-ouis, Mo., February 3. What
might have been most disastrous
fire was discovered in about the mid
dle of the great bridge about 7:43
o'clock laet evening. Tbe Bridge Com
pany had the wtter-pipe which fur
nishes wnter for the protection and
nse of their structure surrounded by a
box filled wUh sawdust to keep tbe
water from fretiing, and this box runs
along both sides ot tbe itructure juet
beneath the fl wring of the upper road
way and directly above the railroad
LittlbRock. Abk. Februarv 3.
On Sunday night last, a horrible trag
edy a enacted on Brush creek, Yell
county, this 8tate. Mrs. Gilkie, eixty
nine years of age, the widow of Jaraeo
Gilkie, an old pioneer of tint aed'on,
fired a shed a short distance from
the house, tosk a dose f strychnine,
ana coouy sea'.ea nerseit in the mid
dle of the building, with tbe evident
intention cf burning herself to ashes.
Mike Gilkie, ber son. and an nnmar
ried sister, Miss Burrus, were living
with Mrs. Gilkie. On Sunday Mike
went up into the Dick Ward settle
where he remained over night. This
U ft his mother aud aunt at home, and
they retired as usual, nothing occur
ring to attract attention. At a late
hour Miss Burma was awakened by
her sister calling for her to "come
quick and save me if you can." The
old lady was helped into the house
and died in five minutes, but spoke
no more after Mies Burrus Knitted
her. There is no cause assigned far
Tbe Keyaer Harder.
Vincbnnbs, Ind., February 8.
There is much excitement in Wabash
count f, 111., twenty miles west of here,
over the supposed murder of Valen
tine Keyser, a prominent farmer. It
bos already been mentioned in these
dispatches that Keyeer's body was
found charred almost beyond recog
nition in the rains of his houBe, which
burned Sunday night when he was
alone. Tbe fact has been developed
that the house was not to much
burned when first discovered but that
Keyser could bdve escaped, and the
theory that he was murdered and tbe
house burned to conceal the crime is
eenerally credited. The coroner has
been engaged for fortv-eiaht hours
taking testimony, and the inquest is
not yet over. All the evidence goes
to show that Keyser was murdered,
but not a particle of evidence is ad
duced to show who tbe murderer is.
Colitmbia. 8. C. February 3 A
difficulty occurred here jaiterday be
tween Charles a.. ulvo, jr., proprietor
I the Vailu Kmtter. and N. G. Go
tales, resident correspondent c f the
Charleston A'ttrt and Courier, growing
oct t recent puDiicanois, In which
air. tioiaales rharacterzAd a sta e
ment in the Register ai a perversion of
tue truth and hypocritical. This
morning the Keguter relo t?d in
sharp aiticle. About nooa T. J. La-
moue, a tepo nr or me paper, was
tt tndirg In tbe office of the Com mi
sioner oi Agriculture, when Uonsalea
entered, and after exchanging ealu'a
tions with those present, approached
L,sraoiii ana struck him a severe
b of on the left aide of hia law. Col,
But'er, the commissioner, aad others
promptly interfered aad separated the
men. oaivo, upon learning these
fact), went to Gonzales and denounced
his act, whereupon the lif ter struck
bim t x. He replied t ) tbe attack bv
drawing a co hid and striking Goa-
Biies over the bead, Uceand shoulders
w.ll it. lue latter then
dhiw a phtjl,
which lie endeavored t nse. but Mr.
r- , , , ... , . ...
jaivo ciosea wun nun, and alter a
struggle the men ftll to the groum'.
At tn.s mcture Mieritl Kowan inter
fered. and with the btlo of several
ether persons separated the combat
ants. During the fight Mr. Calvo re
ceived several ugly m alp-wounds from
mows wita trie pietoi, and was a'eo
badly gashed by biing tbruct throneh
a window. Gonial was striped with
the cowhide, and was otherwise
bruised. About 0 o'clock p.m. another
difficulty occurred between W. B.
Calvo a youmtnr brother of Charles
A. Calvo, and N. G. Goczalee, the
latter being denounced by Calvo.
Pistols were drawn by both men, but
bystanders and the police interfered
and prevented further trouble.
Tbe St. Louis Manlelsal X addle.
fcT. Louis, Mo . February 3. The
Fox contingent of the House of Dele
gates pnt in an sppeaiance at the city
ball last night in pursuance of their
avowed intention to held a meeting in
accordance with the forms of tbe
somewhat impulaive adjournment cf
lisr Friday night. Mr. J. O. Brod-
well, the derosHd clerk, occupied the
cleri's position in front cf the speak
er s desk. Thirteen membsrs stood
about the rooms in pairs and trios dis
cussing the sUuit on, and an air of
calmness pervaded 'he room. Bho'tlv
after 7 o'clock Mr. Fox mounted to the
apeaket'a cbair, rapped heavily on the
marble slab on the deek and called the
meeting to order. Upon the an
nouncement by the clerk thtt there
wih no quorum present a motion to
B'ij turn to Friday was put and carried.
According to toe city chaitr a
smaller number than a quorum
can fldjiurn for no longer a t me
than f.um day to day, and Speaker
Alt, the alleged usurper, said lint night
in regard totheaffir: "Theadjjurn-
ment of the l"x and of the House cf
Delegates lo Friday evening knock j
out their laat prop." Tt a; provision
of the charter i.i the only one upt.n
which they could hy any claim to ret
ularity. As soon as they adjourned f r
a longer period they lost their ln-t
veatig and shred of nuthority. They
are no more now, even by their own
confession, than a dozen gentlemen
who meet Rt the city hull insteu l cf
meeting at Faast'a orat the Southern
Ho el. Their own action ia a confes
sion cf defeat.
" Rupture radically cured.
a'so pile tumors and fistulro. Pamphlet
o' particulars -10 cents in starans.
World's Dispenssry Medical Associa
tion, Buffalo, N. Y.
New Yokk.- February 3. At 2:20
o'clock this morning the powder-house
of Hanly, Arrell & Co. exp'oded at
shalt N . 22 of the new aqueduct on
tbe Fonlham Landing road, shattering
a brarding shanty and severely injur
ing two men. Micbaal McGuinness,
who was in charge of the powder-Lout e
U misbiug. Tbe cause cf tbe exp!oiinn
is U' KEo,vn. The damage is small.
Trie shock was felt tot a radius cf many
miles in a 1 directions, and tbe damage
to the eurroundiug neighborhood was
heavy, ihepeocu thought an earth
quake wni upon tbem, and many left
inetr notiseH. it is stated teat one
rain was killed outright and aLo.her
Daciiy irt'ired. ibese two were in
chpre rf tne nmcczine.
Ko.Sl. 1, R.-rh.mxirj Coartol h'lbeoiin
t- ttate f Tnnit) for iu own u, etc..
BY virtu ol aa IntentwuUirr for
alt entered In to at ore sense oa the
231 ta nl Novenilxi. 1K M. B. M, pane
I will m I iiHi Ja-ti..n, to thi hm.l
" Liiiler, in front ot I he I'lerk end .ViMet'i
oti'-e, onnrthottfe o. thtljj count;, Mem-
linie, lenn.. en
(takturdar Fraroary SO. 1HH.
rilhtn legal koara, the tolloains deiribd
iru,.nj, eiieaiea in oaeioj coaniy, Venn
tVimtit 40 by 12 feet on the won liilenf
x-eaa avenn-. tir ieet iodiq oi iieoreia 'treet.
Lot It, block IM, t eide of Dean atemie.
1. 1 t . . . i . . .
vw auji'iniim lo It no loe lUUla.
Sola propertjr of W. X. Donaldton.
Lot 14. b lock il. Fort rickarmr. Ir.nl..
.irjiu.i ii.iuiii eiuo -I jiianauia Hreet.
norihet corner ol ruth and Alacana, hr
a df i-i b of Ss) teoU Sold u property ol . M.
Lot 6. block 6. Fort Piekerf ne . front n. K
feet on the rnrtb lideof Alarxuia etriet bj
a depth ol leet. beinc Sa taet mil ..f
Lot 7, block 6, fronting 2 feet on the lorth
ide of Aitima treet, li t h ward, and run
ninr back 116 leet. eajd lot adininim-l.., a
on the writ.
Lot 11, block S. north tide of AIUm.
treet, loth ward, 25 bf 116- feet, beitir l;o
leet west ol Second tre3t. Sold el prowrtr
of 11. K. Atidrewe and othen.
Lot! 27 and M. h.'nok 12. Port P
frontina &01eot on the outh aide n AULmJ
treat by a depth of ltU feet. 8o d a- the
property of V. A. al. larbra and P. M. Win.
Kaat half of lot 6. block 9. if- W. Rmi-k.'.
llbdivifiion. frontina HI) nn K n..r,k
ide oi St. Paul (tract &0 foot weat of (l-lra
treet and running back llri feat. Kali ai
liroperty ot Mary L Still and Henry Kran.
Lot i. block U. fr.intina i n l,.
north aule of Carolina aire t Ht leet ea-t ot
allay aaat of Seoond (treet, end running back
Lot 20. block 9, froutinc 2 fet on t
north aide ol Carolina rtroet, aad running
Lot 21. blocks, front!' a 55 fret on the nnril.
gide of Carolina (treat, northoaat eorntrof
alley eut of bennd street, lllth w -rl, and
rnnuine neck itu rt. etuiii w.ii,i...t
L. B. Kalon "
Lot 2S, clock 6, Fort Pickering , tfbyllSX
feet north gideoi Jantion (treet 60 feet east
of Washinetnn street, hold protcrty of
. , -unn, ,t. v. roiKeaev ai.
Lot6. block 4. enrr viekpinv. fVnntln. 9
ireL oa ine aoatr, aitia ot tirnanwutf .t...i
iuuiuian corner oianey eiiai oi r ront (treat
10th ward, br a Jei-th of U6gteU Sold ai
croi'erty of 1'. M. Win ra.
Lot 4, block V, Kort Pickering, 21 by 100
irei on me well siae ol I nira atreet, , foet
outh ol tlenrgia atnet. Kith ward.
LotJ, block t. fronting 24 by 100 feet on the
weal oil' or lniril atrat. lllth ma.r,l. inmh
atuu .ijuiii ing ioi a,
lerulg Ot hale On aararilt of al
note-bdKri tic internat.with fluritv.rnilr.l .
Hfu reuiDAfl, rdemptloa bar re U. Ihu Jan
uary eUi fwn.
B. I. MoUOWKLL, Clerk and Mwter.
r J. M. Brtultey. Deputy Clerk end Mtiiter,
DR. J). g. JOHNSONS
Ko, 17 JeffiTson Mrfcet.
(Botween .Vuln and Front.) MKMPUIS.
IK.-ubli.had ia ImVI.I
DR. JOHNSON ia acknowlctge l by all ar
tiea Interestod a. by f ir the most sue.
reulul I'hjaician iu the trei iueot of ,ri.le
or secret disease!. . Quick, permanent cures
ruaranteed in every rasa, male or f.,;i ale.
l.ecent eao( of Uonorrhet and rn-Uilis
(ureal in a f w days without the use of mer
cury, change of diet or hindrance front
business, hecondary Strhilu, the laat te(
tiae eradicated without the use of mercury.
Inrolunearr lose of eemen stopped ia a abort
time, tiutferera from iinpotency or loss of
exual iiowera restored to tree uor in a few
werke. ictima of aelf-abuse aud en-esaive
yenery, auffering from (tiermatorrbea and
lose of pbistcal and mental power, aiwd.ly
and permanently cured. Particular alien-
iioa paiu 10 ine inseasea ol women, and
cures guaranteed, filee aad old aurea cured
wiia.iui me use oi eauiiirnr me knilo. A
C'-nsultations ttrictly rnnlidential. Medi
cinea acnt by expreas to all parU of the
e-W orkingmen cured at half tho usual
ries. vnice nuurs trotu a n clock
llont Cronitu rj, 2-Hc r II.. . o. S t rt amcry, 23c per lb.
ayitiry, hi, 11, 10, IH, o ninl Je imt
VeA ttlll aWa.Kaa.i aM a M ...
.iAJlIvS aj A' NJIITII ct CO.
w. w. BcnooLFrai.n.
n. a. MILLER.
L jT'IS h anauer.
o'clock p.m. 1). 8. JOIINHIV, M.D.
xijwiii i it a iut
it block 8, Foit Picterlng.U by 4 leet,
(Ide of Second (treat.
H. A fl. W. Heitkall. Kolleiiora.
err IJCERY SALE
No. n30S, R. Chanoery Court of Shelby
eonnty State o Tenneiaee for its own
Use. cto . va. P. M. WinLsra at ml.
BV rurtue oi an Interlocutory deerea for
1 enUreitin the ahnve ssnaa nn th
2.td dai t t Nnvn . hap. lMA. M It fui .....
-o, i win aeu,ai pnoue anctinn, to me n I fl
oat bidder, in front o the Clerk and Mu
ter a otflce, oourthoui ol bhtlby county,
Memphia, Tenn., on
halordnj, Kebrnarj BO, 1880,
within le.D bonr(, tho following described
preperty, (itu.nsd in Motnphia, Shelby
ooante, Tennessee, to wltt Part of block K4,
country lot 4W, oil foet front by 200 feet ileep,
east (ide ot Third street, Ml foet (outh of the
outh line of country lot 4X5. Sold aa prop
erty of P. M. Winters and others.
Terms ol Kale On a credit of sil months:
note witii security bearing intereat required;
lien retainid; rudexpliun barred. Ibis Jan.
B. I. McDOWELL, Clerk and Master.
By J. M. llrndley, Uepu yO. and M.
V. H a V. W. lleiskell. sols.
virtue of a trust deed executed to me,
LS trustee, by K. M. AntmrMon and
nuinn ii. Apiersou. nn wile, recorded in
record nock A (21, page 4(t, in tha Circuit
Court Clerk's and Uccorder'i oBice of Crit
tenden county, Arkansas, to secure certain
indebtedness therein mentioned rietnult Lav
ing boon made in snid trust deed, I will, nt
the reuuest ot the iotiuciary in said trust
doed, on the
lUili day ol t'l krnnrjr, 18H6,
within logal hours at the courthouse door,
in Momphis, ribelb eo inly, Tennessee, ollor
for sle, at publio sulsry, for cash, to the
highest biddar, th following liroperty de
scribed in aid trust deed, to-wit:
Plantation known us Mynoke nnd Berkely
place, situate in Crittonden county, Arkan
sas, about nine miles below Memphis, being
RE AIi ESTATE
No. 3ft. R. (O)-Chaneary Conrt of Shelby
.; ii 1eaae, lor uie, etc.,
Wra. E. Butler et al.
BY Tirtue ol an Interlocutory deerea for
ale. entered In thi. annva dan.. ... k.
th day of Noieiuber, !He5, atinute book SO,
age i win sell, at public auotion. to the
higheat bidder, in front of the Clerk and
Master a office, oourt-houseof Shelby coun
ty, Memphis, Tenn., on
Hntarday, rrbrnarj 10, INHS,
hln legal hours, the follnwinr doanrllxul
proierty, situated in Memphia, Shelby coun
ty, Tenn., tn-witi
Lot No. Ill, country lot 470, beginning at
the intersection of the aoulh aid of M Mrlcet
treet with tie east aide of the alley rui.ning
north and south betwien and para lei to
Third and Fourth street; thence south with
theeaet line of said all. y 200 fict. more or
less, to another alley parallel to Market
street: thence east with tie north line if
said last named alley 18', fcela theace
north As) feat, mote or Icaa, to the soutb line
ot Market s reet: theuoa west with said
treet US', feel to the b ginning, said lot
being known as the Titus homestead.
Terms ot Sale On a credit of s z months;
rurchaser to execute note with security!
ien retained and redemption barred.
This January 20, lKeA.
8. 1. MoUOVY KLL, CTerk and Master.
Tly ' . M. llradley, Deputy C. and M.
J. W. Hamilton, solicitor.
25fi ami 2eS Front St., Moitmlils. Tenn.
ler.f loratoi '& Co
Cotton factors, Wholesale Grocers.
Wo. 300 Front Street Memphia, Tenn.
KJj. AI, ESTATE
No. 52 2, R Chanoery ConrCof Shelby Coon-
e'e, ra. Oabe Judab at al., and No.
tri. otate ol iannes ee Ta. W, je. Uutler
TJY virtue of aa Interlocutory deerea for
saie enterea in tne aooe cause nn the
2iKh day ol Norember, 1H86, M. 11. AO, page
210, 1 will sell, at public auction, to the high-
sii uiuusr, in ironi ei ma vierg and Alas
ter s office, eoortbouse oi Skelby county,
Memphia, Tenn,, oa
Saturday, February 00, lMfta.
within legal hours, the following described
property, situated in Hhelby county, Tenn..
to-wit: Pert ot loU i7 and IM, fronting
M ii-iw leet on ine norm erne ot naaning
ton street by adeplbof t foet. the east line
b-ingbHH leet westnl Second street. Sold
property of Win. and Sarah Flynn.
Part ot 375, wast side ot Third street,
fronting 4HS feet, and running beck UH
leet. siiid lot being on the northwest corner
of Third atseetund the alloy between A dome
and Washington streeta. KiM aa npi,r,aet nt
a noma 11 . nicuaroson s nu oiners.
lormsnl bnle-0n a credit ol six months)
note benrine interest with aaniirltv eemtlrNd i
lien rataini'd, redemption barrod. This Jan
uary 21, ltuM.
b. I. Mt'UUWKbli, Clerk and Master.
Dy J.,vi HrnHey,IMpntT Clerk and Master.
r. 11. a J. n. lletaki-ll anil J. w. I In ron
208 Front sSlreet, Hemplils,
GROCERS AND COTTON FACTORS,
' Agent Wlnahlp Cotton Ulim and Prnse.
A. YACCASIO & Co
WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS,
jVOS. 278 AND 280 FROTfT STREET. MEWTPHTP.
Capital, $200,000. Surplus, $25,000.
J. U. 0D WIN, Prcu'U J. M. J001HIAK, Vlce-iWU C. II. KAI3E, Cnahler.
all over tbe
BIk Strike in tba Ohio oil Flelda.
Lima, O.. Febrnary 3. The larseat
oil well in the Ohio field waa devel
oped yesterday in tbe Moure &
Biotherton territory. Oil shot into
the air to the bight of seventy feet
when the tools were withdrawn.
These were replaced t) keep tbe oil
down. The well will exceed 150 bar
rels per day.
Flab at (arsust'a Tomb.
Naw Yobk. Febrnary 3. Ex-Banker
James D. Fisb, who is here to testify
in a edit bronght againtt the Murine
Bank, visited Gen, Grant's tomb yes
I am a native of Kngland, and while I
wm in that country! contracted a terrible
oiooa poison, ana tor two years was undor
treatment as an out-door patient at Notting
ham Hospital, JCnglamdi but waa notoure
i lunerea tbe most agonising pains n my
bones, and wa covered with sores nil over
my o-ay ana uious i naa vertigo end deaf
noss, with partial lost o. tight, severe pains
in my oeaa ana eyes, etc, wnicn nesrly ran
me orasy I lost all hone in that eon i.irw.
and sailed lor Ainerina, and was treuted at
nooseveii in tnis city, as well as oy a prom
inent physician in flew York having no con
nection with the hosiiitiilR.
I saw the advertisement of Swift's Sneci So.
ami I dotormined togivo it a ttial as a last
resort, i naa given np all hope of being
cured, as I had gone through the hands ol
the best medioal men in Nottingham and
mew I org. l took six battles of S. 8. B.t
and I can say with great joy that they have
oured me entirely. I am aa sound and ell
aa x over waa in uiy inc.
, , , , 1j. 1-RED HALF0RD.
New York City, June 12. Uo5.
Ti the life, and he is wise who remembers it.
Hut in March of last year (ItWvtl, 1 contracted
moon poison, anu oeing in bavannan, tia.,
at the time, I went into tbe hospital there
for treatment. I suffered very much Irom
rheumatism at the same time. I did not
Jet well under the treatment there, nor was
cured by any of the usual means. I have
now taken seven bott es of Hwift'a Specific
and am sound and well. I t drove the poison
oat throuth boils on the akin.
. . DAN LEAH.;.
Jersey City, N. J., August 7, 18:5.
Two years ago I contracted blood po'son.
After t.-iking prescrlp ions from the best
physicians bare and at Dallas, 1 concluded
to visit Hot Springs, and on reaching Texar
kana adoctor recommended me to trv Swift's
Specific, assuring me that it would benefit
me more than liot Springs, Although the
had produced great holes In my back and
chest, and bad removed all the hair off my
head, set T began to Improve in a week's
time, and the gores began to heal, and were
entirely gone Inside of eicht weeks.
WILL JOS Erf, Foitor Union i'asi. Depot.
C.sco, Texas, July 13, 18H5.
Treatise on Blood and Skin Dlseises'muiled
free. Taa Swirr Sricirto Co.,
Drawer 3. Atlanta Oa.. N. Y., 1CT W. 23d Bt.
St. Agnes Academy.
THK SPRIS3 r ESS10N will one MON
DAY the 1st of Febrnary. Terms-ITi,
$H0, tW and 1100, according to the age and
class of the turil. For lurthar particulars
pply to the Lady Superior.
"t" iu acres; a in or section
SO, T 6, M K, tf K, D.3H acres; pert of Span
ish WrantNo. 2nA.2Hl.fl2 acres; NK or soo
tion !, T 0, Nil K, IliO acros; N NK ur
sectional, TA, N K, V K, Ho acres; NW or
section 31, To. N K, 9 K. 1(10 acres; SV or
section 30, Tfi, N It, U K, UK) acros : SB ur sec
tion as. T 6. N R. 8 E.lflO acres- V . tl,,n
3ti. T6, N K, 8 fc. 320 acres: W half ection
2S, T 6, N R, 8 B, J0 acres i fray-tional qr sec
tion 30, TA. N K. K.6A sores; fractional
section 29. T 6, N M, E, 1 acres; S partf f
ininisn urant no. i,UA, J ii, k, u hi, r04
acres, in all containing 282 10 acres, to-
getnor witn nil improvements thereon and
11 appurtenances tiietounto belonging. The
eijuity oi reuoniption ana right to dower and
Also, thefo'lowing tract of land aitnata In
Crittenden county, Arkansas, and knon aa
thellurgilt 'plaoe, being tbe east half of SK
iroi section mi, it, n it, n Ml acres: south
half of Ns gr section 30, T 4, N H,8 K, K0
aoron, 1 n ur eeoiion at, x i, n n. n u, llJ
acres: an oi irttctiotiai section .11, 14, IN K,
n , oa.oo Ki-rea , i.iiasouia nan 01 section
T 4, N , K. 1H2 (il a,-rtst NW irotional
ur of Section 32. T 4. N 1L 8 K. 144.24 nnr.a
being the 1039 original ncrcs, and also 1200
accreuons uioreio, togeiner Willi all Im
provements thereon and all sppurtenancet
luareunLo oeionving. ine euuity of re
dctnptmn and right to dower and homestead
waived. Said p antution is situated on the
Mississippi river, uuoutza miles below Mom-nhis.
Also, at said time and place, on said terms,
I will sell the following personal pro- srty,
situate on said H ynokesnd Borkeloi planta
tion, to wit: 47 mnles, 41 head of cattle,
4 hors, a full and complete set and assort
ment oi wagona, plowa, mowara, gears and
farming Implement. It being all the mules,
cattle, nogs, gear and farming implements
on aaid plan'atinn. Title bolloved to be
gooa, tnougn i reu only as trustee.
Sale to commence at 13 o'clock.
W. M. HNKKi). Trustee.
CRESCENT EATING HOUSE,
. I... R. . A T. Itallrond.
Tralna atnn 1.1 minntji. tne m..l.
Breaklust, going North . "t i
jiinnnr, going r-outh 121
Dinner, uolng North i tn
Sui'por, going South 1,.(r.
The hotel is near the L..N . 0. andT. Ral -
ro-io trepot. ine only hotel In town. Travel
ers, city boarders and families will find t ie
beat of accorpmodations. The rooms are
oo-olortable, v t plenty of bedding. Tha
table and service ia ar t class. Ter mi reasonable.
w. K. tiiomhos A CO., Prnprleto.-e.
Hortt of Slrnotorti.
PORTKR. J. M. HOODBAH, J. R.
li'i'.'Sftr MVIN. 5; W
NKI.SOJf. T n Kiif Hf ii
SMITH, OMARLKS KNKY. R.'j.
Wll.hr 11!UW, K. T. IIDOPKR, U.K.
JOHN AUMISTKAD, 0. 11. 11KYAN. A. W. N K VVSOM.
" UfipoaUory of Hie Htnte of Tansteaare. Tranaarta a tltaetml UaaklagT
Baal no ami alvna NprUI A Hon I lots to 4'ollocllK --
Cotton Factors, Wholesale Grocers,
No. 11 Union Street, t : Memplilii, Tenv.
a u uuefiaasi
For 15 yeare at 37 Court Place, now at
w .ism uuiiiii n il.
"et. lhlrd and fourth.
DEMDCRATS TO THE FRONT To all
M-raoa seeking Oovernment Em
ployment in any oi the departments at
Washington, or any other nmitiona unu
the Govern ment. I will send lull Inatruntlnna
as to how to rocel t0 obtain the same,
and Itlasik Morula or Appllcatsoa on
receipt 01 One Dollar. Auurewa JOHN
. s : sc,4 ,s . i4wa.iMiT twa, nierii
TTAVINO qualified as administrator of
A. l me estate or irrang Duncan, rfanraaail.
notice is hereby given for all part es baring
olaims against said es'iilo to file same with
me: and all parties indebted tn said aatai
will settle at i-nce. Memphis, Tenn., Jan.
27, lS-io. frill)ENJ. It. DUNOaN. AHm'r
trVANTPfl AfiKNTS.Menand Women.
BIBLR " Introdnctinn b Hev. J. 11. Vln.
cent, D.D- One agent has sold flo in a town
of b74 people; one 73 in a village ol 74; one
new agent 85 in 10 days: one 2n3 in 4 sucoea.
sive weeks; one 40 in 3 days at two diflerant
times, experience nnt necessary address
(i ASH KLL 4 00. (L't'd),
40 Dearborn street. Chicago.
UNDER and by virtue of the terms of a
trust deed executed to mc aatrnstee
by J. P. Humphreys, on December 21, 1H85,
and recorded in the office of tho Chanoery
Clerk of Ma'shall county. Mississinni. in
Land Deed Book No. )0, page 2tf, I will, at
the reuuost of the benelioiaries in said con
Saturday, tbe Oth flay of Febraary,
ithln legal hours, i n front of the nostoffiee.
in the town of Colliorville. Sbelbv oountv.
Tennessee, offer for sale, st publio auction,
fur evil, to tie highest bid ler, toe undivid
ed interest of the said J. P. Humphreys in a
tract ol land lying and being in Marshall
county, Mississippi, and containing 163 acres
of section 2, township 2, range 3 wesr, being
the same land purchssed py the firm of
Humphreys A Cannon from ti. M. liar; is
and Sam 11 in ton.
Also, tbe interest of the said J. P. Humnh-
rays in a 40 acre tract ol land lying in said
Msrsr.aU county, Mississippi, owned in com
mon by the Slid Unmphrevs, T. II. Cannon
and D. T- Brooks, of Texas; said 40 acres
aing sbont two miles south of Collierviile,
'enuessce. E.iuitv of radnmntion waiveil.
Title to these interests believed to be good,
bat I tell and convey only as trns'ee.
w. J. coup wouu, J a., Trustee.
A WtttiUrtv MiiflatM ttxl Imllr aiMllfM nhTiisiu mtut tAa
on luctwufuli bU pfeWLM vtli pruv.
porm otorrhea antt Impotoncy,
u Uid remit of rlf-abtiM ta youih, nimI ic-i im
Mtrei jtmrn, rothr cnuaeaj, ii1 produririf tsmira AhiJoL
sdwida efle-'U: NtrmuitWM, BemlDtl KnilaeLoaa .Tii.ola,
Jitiii by dmnMl, bliaurM of M in III, DelWtlv lira toy.
i'tlf)T'y, Pluniltsa no Fsv. A -mi on tiirloeMir c.'tna!, '
Ounriiakia of Meiti, f Honul famtr, iw.. reudefiif
arrit(f liniiutjrr nr Buhtptir, r thnruu'hlf ai rtiat--j-ntl-
mnd. S yPHIIi IS PWrrlj tvni tot. tm
GIiEET rlirM-H.r, OrvbiUi, Birma. Muum..?
iKti tbftr ptiraw ttlv-oi qtilfkly aurfd.
Ubeir-t-M.'fil Uiil ilij alflau rlin UttgrBterft
to MHln eUa r 4f-4U-jj, uni trratiuR UV-dnihIi auub
allr, twqulrea grrl rtUI. fhratlUm know Inn thla Uvt ohem
rri'iiiiuittuit pf-rantia to tuf 4)r. When ll U (noonvtiilrnt t
Ti-ittli-iitr ftr trfe.un.-nl, tnMi 'Inn bMat prtTMeir
fcDJ rtulj by ninil r oTYf-rqai Knyvhtr.
inio Guaranteed In all Caiea
tiiiiamutj.M.a .-i.naltr or by htm fw in-UTttf.
au$n foajtmabaej jm1 9orrvpnaAtuom wutoit n-'i'atnim.
rV no pftgas, sent to any aiV-w, iMiiain MlH,atliwa
'Sill etnll. Hhiiukl l rtad br aJL. Ailrvas as .bava,
VJLo. livars snjaa a A. M, Is e 1". a. aamlaf a. S le 4 r
TI1K undersigned having qualified as ad
minis tnitrix of Philip Bauer, deceased,
hereby notifies all debtors to eome forward
and settle, and all creditors to present their
billa, properly probated. All good held
for charges must be removed by the 21it of
Boots, Shoes, Tools, Show-Caaes and Fixt
ures lor sale at less than cost.
Adtn'rg of Philip Hauer. 20 Jeffe'ann st .
M. 0. PKARCR.
JOHN L. MnCLKLLAN.
Cotton Factors & Commission .lorch'ts.
No. 276 FRONT STREET, MEMPHIS. TENN.
Cotton Warahensa-Nes, aa) and I'nlon ft trews.
Don bio 1'rcoH,
C-iirry Coin Ism, Horxe ItriiNbrs.
A Coiuplete Lino or tbe above Jool4 nt Low eat Prlcoa.
Dot 1 011 Jtopr,
301 nnd 303 Main Ntrect, 9foinplii, Tenn.
No. ?209, B. (F) Chancery Conrt of Shelby
county otuteoi lennessi-e'or ue,etc vs.
W. K- llutler et al,: and No. 1473, U.D.
City or Memphis v . M. McNeill etal,
"Laji virtue of an interlocutory deoree for
J.3 aale. entered tn tha above cause nn tha
11th darn May, 1KH.I, end renewed Decem
ber zi.imt, M 11. oo, page 471, 1 wtll sell, at
puTlic auction, to the highest bidder, in
front of the Clerk and Master's office, court
house of obelus oounty, Memphis, Tenn , on
Ratnrdajr, February SO, 1SHB,
within legal hnurs, the following described
property, situated in Memphis, bnelhy coun
ty, Tenn., to-wit: Bcginuinr on the east
side of the first alley cast ot J hird street at
its intersection with the south side of Jeffer
son street: thence east w th suuth Una of
Jenorson street 1;'4 leet; thence south HHV;
feet to an alley; thence weat with north side
of said alley IMS leet to the first alley east
of Third street; thence with said alley 14X
leet to the beginning, r'old as the i roneitv
oi i". it. gieato anu Marina nodie.
Terms of bale On a creditor 7 months;
note with security; lien retained and re
demption barred. This Jannarv 2H lHMt.
ti. I. MtiDOWEI.L, Clerk and Master.
By -I. M. llrndley. Deputy Clerk A Master.
J. W. Hampton, Solicitor.
BALTII IN WEALTH Da. K. C.
Wsdt', Nesvs io Ua TaiTgiT.
a guaranteed specific for Hysteria, Dissi-
ness, uenvuisionw, rita. Nervous Meural-
Eia, ueaaacne, ncrvc- Prostration, caused
y the use ol alcohol or tobacco; Wake
fulness, Mental Depression, 8 ft-tilng of tba
Brain, resulting in insanity and lei Ing to
misery, idacay and death; Premature m
Age, Barrenness, Loss of Power in either
Involuntary Losses and Spermator
rhea, oaoM i by over-eiertioa of the brain,
self-abuse or overindulgence. Kaoh box con
tains one montL a treatment. II a box, or
six boxes for ft, sent bv mail prepaid, on
receipt of Lyloe. We gaarsot e Six Boxes
to cure anf case. With each order noeired
by us for six boxes, aeoompanied wito n ,
we will send the purchaaer our written
guaractes to refund the money if tha treat
ment does -ot efloct a cure. Guarantees
Issued only b A- KKN KJsUI k CO.. Drag
gitU. Uemphls. Teca.:
W. A. GAGE & CO.
No. SOO Front Ntreot, : Memphia, Tenn,
Oils c&3 laXTeEtXTeEtl Stores ,
Onico, 349 Front Street, Memph.H, Tenn.
LARGEST BttEWERY IN AMERICA.
Jos. Sclilitz Brewing Gompanv,
TWEWPlHS "RTlAXrir " Botlllntr Work . ft 10 Cnlaas
lllCixlll. IliO JilkAiX VlAj lerHilaadlcehoua,eor ll.i.4 Amctu m
S. ROESCILLRAgent, Memphis, Tenn.
BaJaa la Iftsa, airO.OOv Barrela.......Slse r HsmplilB Braack, 100,00 Kegt
Salea In lae, SSO.OUO Marrala.
. t. VTars-
Wholesale Grocer , Cotton Factor.
And Commission Merchants,
232 and 234 Front St., Ueraphis, Tens.
MTWIU ADAMS. AIO IimtaOl,
to our charge.
Mr. I. N. BAINKY devotes bis whole time to the weighing and sale of all Cotton satmtte-i
Gotten Warehouse, Vh Washington street.
C. P. f rttg, U3'.
T.P.Undgrnt....ceipt.7000bale97ci which 5803 were I bu ; oats. 97JJW bn ; rye.JUWDn; uar-1 7" "" ' ?'"iT.0kJ." I CraDUrcMra ttawr w., rrop a.
T. P.. Kio (i. div., M. I ;Jr. . !pt. Hl.Ofkl ha. $4 3flffi4 75 : No. 2, f-J 503 75 ; N 0. i PIM0N H. J0NK8. Manager.
OmciRMATi, Fobroarr 3. Nooa
! M;H A fan! 7 InebsS
B, I. UnDUWELLi, Vierg ana aaater.
By J- M. Bradley. Deputy Clark A alsjtAT.
V II a n. W. lleUkall. Kntia'tors.