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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL-TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1SS0.
V .mVTWW TAMP IVY
I! 1 a.1 Lililil 1 IllU VVJ11 .1.1 1
JS "SniAT THE LEADING PAPEIiS
AKE fcAYIMl ABOUT IT,
And About the Position of Attornej
General Uarland, aad the De
cision of SecreUrj Lamar.
' New York Herald: "11 juige,"
-Says the Evtning Pott, "is calltxl upon
to try a euit against a corporation in
which be it a Btcckbcklsr
tie either refuses to try it or sella big
stock." On 'he Bama principal, oar
contemporary arenas, Atto-nev-uen
er-1 Gar Inn d should either give up his
ilm-kiectnc itJcfc or resign his cilice.
This ii an apt illustration, hat. an-
foitanately for the Pott, it is a striking
and Ijrcible one asamtt itaowna-cu
merit. It very often happens that a
.judge of the United Blaes Supreme
Court or cf our Court cf Appeals, or,
in short, ot any nppeilate court, is or
bai beu pereoially interested in one
aid of a suit submit ed lir aojudica
tion. vvbit'. is done in such a case?
Does the interested judge divest him
self of his interest or resign from the
bench? Never. He simply declines
to tike part in the dovieion nf that
case, which is heard and decided by
thereat of the Couit by bis ofhcial
Now, this is precisely what Attor
ney-General Garlnid has done, lie
ha declined to take any part in the
oilicial pn;eediuK against the Bell
patent, and the suit will be began and
riosecut?u by the government inde
pendect'y ot him just as cases bave a
hundred hints been see ded by a
court independen'ly of one of its
members wto has declined to sit on
account of personal internet
From this judicial illustration the
Pott argues t iat neither the Depart
ment ot Justice Lcr the adminisua
tion ran properly try the Bell case un
less Mr. Gnland cither dispojes of his
stock or vacates bis cilice. On the
same theory an Apptllat) Court is not
fit to decide a case in which one of its
judges is interested unless the judge
either divests himself ot his interest
or leaves the bench.
The Pott't zeal against the Attorney
-General has evidently got the belter
of ita Jojjic.
ST Compromise la Possible.
New York Timet: Our esteemed
contemporary, the Evening Port, very
-obligingly and handsomely fufil'soar
prediction that it would try to wriggl)
out of the pit into which we have
-cast it. It made tie attempt last
evening, The limes, it assert', in
seeking to justify Secretary Limar's
decision allowing the intervention of
the government between the Bell
.Telephone Company and its nvalp,
has cited a precedent "which it appa
rently does not underttind." The
Times' t contention is, says, the Post,
that if you wish to have a patent can
celed for fraud the government mint
bring the suit. And our cuutempora
rv proceeds as follows:
"It then cites, ns an illustration of
the superior elfectivenesi of tke Gov
ernment s remedy, tneuoigate caie,
in which the Attorney-General in 1807
brought, at the instance ( f the West
ern Union Telegraph Company, a suit
against Colgate, as the assignee of one
Simpson, to determine the validity of
-a patent lor a guttn-percca insulator,
The writer in the Timet gives the his
to'y' of the raw, and then, with a
futility which is happily rare, describes
it as having ended, no . in cancellation,
but in a compromise. In other
words, the proceedings terminated
just m the suits brought by private
parties are apt to terminate. We have
ourselves no doubt whatever that the
Pan-Electricians are now in pursuit of
exactly whni Colgate got. Conse
quently we are stilt left without reasons
for believing Mr. Lamar's action, wise
and necessary, but are ai open to con
viction as ever." 1
The statement that we cited the
Colgate tine "as an illustration of the
superior effectiveness of the govern
ment's remedy" is painfully ic accu
rst 9. Here is what we said: "More
over, the procedure by government
intervention is the recognized and es
tablished procedure in caws where
fiaud is charged against a patentee."
And we proceeded to cite and set
foitU the Clgate case, in which Mr.
Jay Gould's Western Union Tele
graph Company invoked the govern
ment's aid against Colgate, whose
patent it cleared to bave cacce'ed on
the. ground that it had been fraudu
lently obtained. There was net a
word about "superior effectiveness."
And the Potl'i inference that be-
f cause the Colgate case termi-
; 1 ; V, Tll r,
XJtlvcu iu n i.uijjjijiuui; buu jjrti tan
-also may terminate ia that way is
absurd. The Colgate raie was a small
one and obscure. The public never
beard of it certainly the Bell Tele
phone Company's newspaper organs
never beard of it, or they would not
have been so rash and foolish as to
attack Secretary Lamar's decision.
Such a case can be compioariEed with
out difficulty. The Bell case can never
end in that lame and impotent way.
It ba) made loi much noise in the
world. The questions it involves are
of too great public importance, and
, the interest cf the people in a just de
termination of these questions is too
direct to admit of withdrawal or com
promise. So we must courteously bat
firmly refuse to rek.ase the Evening
Pot from its awkward and tiresome
position at the bottom of the pit.
It ia our duty, also, to remind our
esteemed contemporary that the "Pan
Electricians" are not the only or the
principal parties iu interest against
the Ball telephone monopoly. The
government -proceedings against that
company are instituted to right a
wrong, to cancel a fraudulent patent,
and t'ie benefits of its actions must
accrue to the people. When the Bell
patent is annulled, if the suit shall ac
complish that most desirable result,
the art of tiansmiiting speech by elec
tricity will be open to the public. The
evidence that the devices need in that
art were known a ad used prior to
Bell's ' alleged invention is now too
complete and too well known to admit
of the grafting of another patent. Mr.
Garland's Pan-E:ectric stock, there
fore, will be woita .'ather less than its
present inappreciable valae'wben the
seals are trn from Bell's letters pat
ent. It is cot for that reason, bow-
- ever, that we urge him to get rid of it.
Are made pallid and unattractive by
functional irregularities which Dr.
Tierce's "Favorite Prescription" will
infallibly cure. Thomands of testimo
nials, - By druggists.
The AoU-llilHw t'eeltn- la Wyvui.
Seattle, Wv. T., February 8. The
.anti-Chinese feeling baa broken ont
afresh here, and yesterday an attempt
was made -to drive out the Chinese,
' which was partially successful. Fur
ther trouble is anticipated.
A Blugnlar Calneldeaee.
St. Louis, Mo., February 8. The
body of Dr. Nathan E. FrankliD was
: found to-day in the southern pait of
this State, where he bid gone on a
honing excureion about a week ago,
at d aince which titna nothing has
been known cf bis whereabontt. A
wonnd was found in the left side of
his neck, caused by the accidental
discharge of bis gun. His father, Pr.
Franklin, a well-known hoirmMpathii't,
and for some time conned d with the
Pension Bureau aa chief examining
physician, died about two weeks ago
while preparing for the fame hunting
trip which resulted fatally for his son.
TI1EY SAW THE DEYIL.
SlrftBRCMd Mysterious Ovcarreace
at flarrUbarc, Pa.
New Yobk, February 8. The fol
lowing ia published here this morning
as a Uarrisburg (Pa) special to the
World: "News of a strange and mys
terious occurrence at Milleislurg,
Dauphin county, tai been received
here. On Thursday morning there
was a jovial crowd in a hotel at that
place, and while they were imbibing
Samuel Hotter entered. Motter was
well known thtoughout the county as
a patent medicine peddler, and uni
about fifty-fire years of a;e. His wife
died in the alms-hodse some time ago,
and since then be has been living
near this place. Shortly a'ter Mutter
entered a discussion on religious sub
jects arose. The sacrament of the
Lord's Supper was talked about.
Mot'.er becauio very fa-nest in his
talk, and finally dared the men to in
dulge in an imitt t on of the Lord's
Supper. They agreed to bave it with
beer and bread, und accordingly a
glass was filled with tin'. beveiue.
They then knelt in mock humility,
and, with the beer in one hend and
'the bread in the other, Motter went
along distributing a bit and a sup to
each. Suddenly, when he wps about
half thioigh, a strange noise was
heard, and, looking up, the men saw a
sight that "male thtir blood ran cold
and freeze the marrow in their bones."
As near ai the sea -ed men could de
scribe it, they declare that it wai an
immense, ill formed and foul beast,
wit i great cloven feet, painted horns
aid eyes that fl tehed fire. With wild
yells the men rushed into the open
air and scattered in every direction.
Finally all of them reached their
homes except Motter, who was away
for a long time, and at last he arrived,
a maniac. He was put to bed and
physic als summoned, but they could
do nothing for him. He raved, howled
and prayed, declaring that be had
seen the evil one and tbat be was lost.
His torture was terrible, bat nothing.
couio De done to relieve mm, aid he
died in the wildest agony. The death
bed scene is said to have been fall of
horrors that can hardly be described.
THE NEW OBLEaVs EXPOSITION.
The Creole Celcbratloa Ouo of tbe
Moat Brllllaat Eveata of
. tbe Moaaoa.
Nsw Orleans, La., February 8. The
Creole celebration at the American
Exposition yesterday was one of tbe
most brilliant events of the seafoi.
The we a'her was pleasant and spring
like. The grounds were in perfect
condition and enlivened by thousands
of Creoles from the city aid State.
The Hon. Charles Gayarre, tbe his
torian of Louisiana, presided and de
livered the opening speeches. Judge
Felix Pacbe of the State Supreme
Court delivered an historical address
on "The Creoles of Louisiaua," aid
presented the maguiflcent Creole ex
hibit to the Board of Management.
Mr. Alexander Anderson, commission
er of special days, responded in behalf
of the Exposition. This celebration is
considered as pract'cally a reopening
of the Expojition, for it inaugurates
the period of charming weather, so
popular with viBitjrs from the North,
who are co n coming in large numbers.
;IIULLT SPftlXBS, MISS.
Yonthral JfesTra Till-Tappera Caught
la tbe Act.
ISFIOIAL TO THI AFFIAL-l
Holly Swings,' Mim., February 8.
Yesterday about 3 o'clock p.m. two
negro boys, about twelve and thirteen
years ol J, were caught in the act of
robbing a grocery-ttire on the west
side of the public square. They had
gotten about f 3 out of the till and sev
eral articles. They were arrested in
the act and committed to jail. They
win naveancaring taav. it is be
lieved older persons are implicated.
Will Bell re for a Tear.
Atlanta, Ga February 8. A
swindler named G. H. Baitjn, whose
operations bave extended over Illi
nois, Ohio, Indiana and into Georgia,
is now unaer sentence oi one years
imprisonment and $1000 fine. A few
weeks ego. Barton was arrested at the
Kimball Home, the warrant having
been sworn out by Mr. E. B. Wilson.
Barton represented himself na an
agent for a New York fashion paper,
and advertised for a number of sales
men who would be paid $75 per month
and all traveling expenses. Appli
cants for the position were asked to
ca'l at the Ktmkull House. A num
ber of young men were soon at the
Kimball House, eager to get a chance
to go to work. Barton required them to
deposit $10 each, as evidence of gcoj
faith and to pay Ijr the samples fur
nished them, tbe same to be returned
after one month's service. Among
those swindled wai Mr. E. B. Wilson.
Thinking all was not right he decided
to have that gentleman arrested. Bar
ton was placed in jail and held for
tr'al. He pl-aled guilty and Judge
Van Epps sentenced him to pay a fine
of $1000 or serve twelve months on
the chain-gang. An attempt win made
to have him photographed this eve
nin;, but he resisted po vigo.oaaly
tbat it had to be abandoned.
Heavy I.o nt t'nllle In Tesa by
tne Kecent niorm.
Harold. Tkx . February 8. Relia
ble paities striving to-diy from the
Panhandle country report the loss of
cattle by the recent storm as very
hfavy. Along tbe south side of the
Canal'ai river, especially in Carson,
noberts and Hemphill countie?, the
lou is greater than in any previous
winter. iNo reliable estimate o' the
loss can yet be made; but indications
warrant the belief tbat th3t)tal loss
in the Paabandle country may reach
18 BKMOVKD BT THI USB OF COCOA1NB,
And it stimulates and promotes the
growth of the hair.
Hurnett s .Flavoring lxtnut are the
It ! to Toorlatereat
to ber in mini that on Bcnion'a Capein
Plantar if worth a doitn of any other puroui
planter. Ben'on' pluteri are a renuine
med oinal article, indorsed and tt'ea bf the
medical profession from Maineto California.
The; cure in a few henri ail men U which no
others will even relieve. Cheap and worth
test imitations are id br dealers who eare
more for larire profits on Irish than thev do
for the sweets of an approving conscience.
Beware of them, and of the 'Capacin,"
' Capsicin," " Capsioine" and "Capsicum"
plasters, which ther nil to the anwarr.
These names are nothing bat misleading va
riations on the nam " Capein." Not the
difference! (O to reputable druriists, and
you will not o deoaived. The genuine Ben
son's has the '"Three Seals" trade-mark kid
the word "Capein" cat ia th stater.
h THE STRIKERS IX THE COKE
One Man Killed aud ttveral Injured
Tipple House Buraea
PiTisncBo, Pa , February 8. A se
rloas affray tiok place this morning at
the lienry U ay cone works ol .trick
& Co., near Bradford. About 300
ttrikera from Leisening marched this
morning to the Henry Lliy works.
where a few men were at woik. When
the strikers appeared on tbe hill above
the ovena they began firing on the
workmen. They kept up this firing
for some little time, but nobody was
hurt. As they came nearer and their
n:m was better aeveral men were
i lightly injured. One of tbe men who
was bt a'en by the strikers for refusing
to quit work a day or two ago, re
turned tbe fire. He shot several times
and bit oae of the men, who fell and
wai carried ell' by bis companions. It
is not known bow badly he was in
jured. This returning of their fire in
juria ted the strikers, who set npon
William Soisson, the foreman of the
men, aad gave him a severe beating.
The man was left lying on the ground
unable t n alk or defend himself from
stray kicks, which the rii trs gave
him as they pa:aed t and no. ins
strikers then made an attack upon the
tipple-house, drove the men in
charge out cf it and upset the
cllioe stove, which caused the
building to be set on fire. The
employe (f tbe company male a
plucky attempt to put out the fire and
save the tipple, but were driven away
by the strikers, who sui rounded t'je
tiriDle and guarded it until it wad con
eumed. They allowed the company'
employes to a tempt to save the to l
ers altjr tbe tipple was destroyed. The
strikers did not attempt to burn any
thing ehe. bat f er remaining at tbe
works a short time lunger, they went
to the Sterling Works, where they
did coma little damage and injured a
couple cf men. A couple ef deputy
sheriffs were at the Henry Clay ovens,
but were powerless to do more than
IDENTIFY GOVS Ct THE LEADERS.
At (Sterling Sheriff t-tiwait met the
strikers. He bid about a doisn depu
ties with him. He made a speech ti
tbe strikers, and they seemed disposed
to listen to him at first, but when be
counseled them to avoid fnither vio
lence, they booted him and became
very violent. Of course there was so
use to try to make arretti against such
odds. Tbe mob then left for Scott-
dale, where tbey are to meet 600
strikers and bold a mass meeting this
afternoon. The loss to Prick & Co. by
the burning of the tipple will be from
$3000 to $4000. Wyatt, the coker in
cha-ge, who shot at the strikers, is
said to have been slightly wounded by
a pistol bell end to bave been badly
beaten la'er. Informat'oa for Jiot,
arson and assault will be made against
the strikers in the outbreak, and
wholesale arrests will tike place at
once. Frick Sc Co. deny the report
tbat tbey intended replacing the Hun
garians with Italians.
Tim STRIKES WHO WAS SHOT
ia an Italian named tiisA. The ball.
a thirty-eightrcalliber, passed under
tbe edge of bis right shoulder-blade
and lodged in his body, indicting what
is believed to be a fatal wound. About
twenty-five men .were la the slope
when the tipple win fired, and a nu.i.
ber of thein were badly scorched' in
Several rare standing on the Bal i
more and Ohio road under the tipple
were partially burned. The trouble
in the regions is believed to be jutt
commencing, The strikers propose to
force all tbe workmen out, and if they
resist less of life and destruction of
property is anticipated. Tbe m ins
meeting at ScottdAie to-day is largely
attended. Co to 2 o'clock this after
noon over $300 bad been donated ti
the strikers by the merchants of bcott
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of its eoiulilinii. When flic eyes b'coine
Weak, and lli lids inflamed am! aoir, it is
ail evi.lenee that the fvstelil lias l-.'nmio
ili-ordered by .Senifula. for wliieii Aver'
Sar:ipai illa Is tlio best known retneih .
Senifii'n, wlileh proilueol a ainfii in.
fiamiiiuliiiii in my eyes, caused me miieli
nill. iin.' for tt iniinherof years. Hi tlio
inkier of a physician 1 commenced likinir
Ayer's Sarsaparilla. After uing tins
ineilieiue a short time I was completd-
My eve arc now in a splendid eomllilon,
iin.l I tun as well nnil Mnins: as ever.
Mis. William tinge, (.'uncord, X. 11.
For a number of years I whs trnjlileil
with a liuuiiii' in my eyes, anil was nialile
to obtain any relief until 1 eommineeil
iisiiii; Aycr's'Sarsitmrill. This nwlii-lno
has etl'eeu-il n complete cure, uiul I bilievo
it to lie Hie best of lilnoil purifier-.
1'. K. I'ptoii, Nashua, N. 11.
Kriuii childhood, nml until wilhin few
mouths, 1 have been allliileil with Weak
ami Stirn Kycs. 1 have ucil for thew
complaints, with beneficial restitls, Ayr's
bursapai illa. ami con-oiler it n (,'i'eat blood
purilier. Mrs. f. Hiillipii, (ilover? Vt.
I sulTeiTil for n rear Willi inflamma
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on tlio hall, lc 1 1 1 iv In mu of siuhi, uiul
eausimr mint pain. After trying many
uthcr remedies, to no pnrKsc, 1 wa finally
Induced to uc Ayer'a Saisaiuuilla, au,l,
three hollies of this medicine, have heeu
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My daughter, ten years old, was nfllleti-d
Willi Scrofulous Sore Kyes. Huiin,' Hie
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eer:el Ihelr skill, hut Willi no pei uianriit
KUeeess. (in the reeoimntiulaiiou of a
friend I purchased a hot lie of Ayei'i. Sar
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lakin;. llefore shn had tiscil I In- t h in I
bottle her sinht was restored, nml she can
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No. MP!), R. (Ol-aneery Court of 8helby
county State of Tenncasoe, for use, etc.,
v. Win. K. Duller ot al.
BY virtue of an interlocutory decree for
sale, entered in the above oause on the
6th day of November, PW, minute book 5II,
Eage 02, I will soli, at public auction, to the
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iuwivi uiuin, uiul i-uuui ui uuaiw vukii-
4y, Memphis, Tenn., on
Hsttnrdar, rebrnarj 110,1886,
within legal boars, the following described
property, situated in Memphis, Shelby coun
ty. Tenn., to-wit:
Lot No. 10, country lot 470, beginning at
tbe intersection of the south side of Market
street wiih tue east side of the alley running
north and south betwren and para'lel to
Third and Fourth streets) thence south with
theeant line of said alhy 2Ui feet, more or
less, to another alley parallel to Market
street; thenc east with tie north lino if
said last named alley UH'i feet : thence
north 2ml foal, more or loss, to the south line
of Market s'reet; thenc west with said
street 14H feet to the b-ginning, said lot
being known as the Titus homestead.
Terms of Sale On a credit of s x months;
riurchaser to exeoute note with security;
ien retained and redemption barred.
This Jnuuary 2i, 1W,
8. 1. McDOWELL, Clerk and Master.
By '. M. Bradley, Deputy C. and M.
J. W. Hampton, solicitor.
No. 5292, R Chancery Conrtlof Shelby Coun
ty Stat ol lennessee for i(s own use,
e'e, vs. Oabo Judah nt at., and No. Ittitt
(F). State of Tenuince vs. W. K. Butler
BY virtu of an interlocutory decree for
sals enterod in the above raus on the
20th day ol November, lKVi, M. 1). 60, page
21H, I will sell, at publie auction, to the high
est bidder, in front ol the Clerk and Mas
ter's office, courthouse ol tihelby county,
Memphis, Tenn., on
Nnlnrdnr. t'rbrnnry 80, 1S80.
within legal hours, tbe following described
property, situated in Shelbv county, Tenn.,
i-wit: Part ot lots 207 and 2nK, fronting
20 17-100 feet on the north side of Washing
ton street by a dspthof 58 foat, the east line
b ingOHH fert west of Second Mreot. Sold
as propor'y of Wui. and Sarah Klynn.
Part .ot 875, west side ot Third street,
froniing 4! foet, and running brck 14H'4
feet, said lot being on the northwest corner
of Third street and tbe alloy between Adams
and Washington streets. Sold as nroncLtv of
Jamoa W. Kicbanlaon snd others.
terms of halo On a credit of six months:
note besring interest with security required;
lien retained, redemption burred. This Jun
uary 21, Peiij.
ei. i. mrnuw 1-.L1., uierx ana master.
Ity J.M llrinliey. Deputy Clerk and Master.
F. 11. A C. W. lioirkell and J. W. IJamii-
iO Hi uiU CJ7 lass
For 15 years at 37 Court Place, now at
A rrnittrlT MvaV-il aDl t-Kftr qnalinl phfflniM ai tbe
a .1 uuo,fiil, ftt tils tulx will rotr.
Cores all formg of PRIVATE,
CHKOMC (uid SLXUAL CIS
EASES. &leriuiitorrhea and Impotennjr,
fti rwolt of tH:tfsibi lo tntb, spzm.1 tirt in mm
Mr yrr. of nltirT mirt, tA iiix1n"irf Hi., JJ'ri..
Oonfnt. of ;jtaa, li of (kiuul Pfr sio.. rriidff ..i.
aisrrlmgfi tmiir3ir rr iiiihii'pjs r UnroorMi in-' ; tn.
i-nururi SYPHILIS f " 1 Mr" :-t-lJLH
Fi.mUisj , Ft. to, (jiijunnhf
GLEET. BtrWitro, OitbiUi, fi'i-i dui-lurr '
St oiid oilier prlTato dlMM qukkU ; -i
It Ulf-ntleDl Umt ophy tlctsa vti'' I " ' """' t'tfO! siA
tos oersUB oIssm of diaowsTi, an 1 treottm 'I vurw nu-..
ftO(Uira srrrt akilL fbvii'.iana ki '!'(; ': fa ra
tif.nn.toraA prr,tif to mf ur. Wbra M I inountriiirni t
tl'alt tbr Citf rr UUllVat, Btl'lll et U MKt fTlTaUsJ
atvl rjj- ty Bimll or cprw aoywhtr.
CnrtB Onaraateed in all Casea
k'ni.-4lUU..ua porannltr JT ty? WtMT fH4 M iBwItla,
Cfceartju nsMotsAbio sumI miM(utoa( oirvcUt - V"-r)
' PRIVATE COUNSELOR
ftf 100 paro, tt t uy ftdtrm, K-rty mM, fnr thirty
OOm uuitrt tnm I jV. M. U 9 P. k. Bond;!, I u iTT
A book Of 100 pAffftS.
e best Dook lor
r 1 -1 .nauTei tixvriocon-
"It eoniains lists of
newspaper' and estimates o tbe cost of ad
vertising. The advertiser who wants to siwnd
on dollar. Inds in it tbe information he re
quires, while for him who will invest on
hur.dred thousand dollars in advertising, a
scheme ia indicated which will meet bis
very requirement, or can be made to do so
by slight change- easily arnvoi or corr
spondene. One hundred and ifty-tbre
editions bave been issued, bent, t ostpaid,
to any addresalor ten oents. Apply to GEO.
P. ROW ELL A CD., NEWSPAPKM AD
VERTISING BUREAC.10 Sprues SU (Print
ui Hons bqaax:, Kw I org.
3Tot7 Butter House,
Wholesale and Retail Rotter a Fpec'alty, an i price cut to meet the Uluej.
(sLAltiMEKD NO (iEITKK IN Tilt MAHKhl.
Iletl Creamery, 2 per lb. o. 3 Creaiuery, 23 per lis.
Dairy, 111, 1 1. 10, IS, 20 uud 'tc per lb.
K. SHI Fsoat Klr. tlppoallw Poalalllro. Telephone 9NII.
JAMES JAY NJIITil A CO.
W. W. SCH00LFIKLD. LJUI8 HAS AVER. H. 0. MILLER.
SCHOOLWELD, MWAUIIR Co
2r)fi and 258 Front
I'ulmer. i lioratoB I Co
Cotton Factors. Wholesale Grocers.
No. 306 Front Streot Momphi. Tenn.
268 Front street, MemphlH,
GROCERS AND COTTON FACTORS,
Agents Wlnnhlp Cotton tim and Preum'su
A. VACCARO & Co
WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS,
NOS. ST8 AND 880 FRONT STREET, MEMPHIP,
Capital, $200,000. Surplus, $25,000.
J. K. tlOUWIJi.'rres'U J. SI. (J0UU11AK, VUe-Preo'U C. II. 1UINE, Cashier.
Board of Slrssotorsi.
I). T. PORTER, J. M. O00DBAR, J. K. "QDWIN,
w. s. rrdck. m. Bavin. j. w. falls
F. M. NELSofl, T. B. 81MS. W. P. UUNAVANI
J. M. SMITH. CUARLK8 KNKT, R. J. BLACK.
W. N. W1LKERS0N, R. T..COCPER, II. K, COKKlrl,
JOHN ARM18TKAD. O.B. BRYAN. A.W.NKWBOM.
SWT A Irp4w(lor7 of Ihe Htsita or Tsnnesaee, Trnnaacta Vfncnl Usasskinc
Basal nma ssssd ulm HpMlal
In r II
Cotton Factors, Yholesalo Grocers,
Xo. 11 Union Street. : t Memphis, Tenn
M. 0. PEARCE.
Cotton Factors & Commission Merch,is
No. 276 FRONT STREET, MEMPHIS. TENN.
tloltoss Wanhsase-No. M osid 90. Union (rw(.
- Collnrx. Trace C'tialiu, I,np I. Ink ft,
llllnd llrldlos Iunief4, Lap Itinxn,
Iliu-kbaiKlM, rSiiiRle Troors Itopulr I.liikn,
llaiueslrlngsi, Doable Trees, Cot I on Hope,
Curry Combn, Horse IJriiHhf s.
A Complete Line of the above Goods at Lowctd Price.
NA1IT,EN, IIAItNIM ANI OI,l, AILS,
301 and 03 Main fStrcct, Mcmplila, Tenn.
W. A. GAGE & CO.
No. 800 Front Ntreet, : WeronlilM, Tenn.
Oils dte KTaval Stores
Ofllce, 349 Front Street, Memphis, Tenn.
LARGEST BREWERY IN AMERICA.
Jos. Schlitz Brewing Gompanv,
M s7"A1"niITC slf? A VsPTF otHcaoofl BoHUosr Wrks,sjIO Sal
illJjillirllJLlS UU A.M Vllf lirsiotsuid lerbouao, cor .Maln.tr Anclli
S. ROESCHEB. Agent, MemuMs, Tenn.
Baloa 1st 18S8, 0,00 Barrls .Hnlrm t Momphla Brasses,, 100,000
S.lM to 1K, KA,00 Hltriwla.
Wholesale Grocers, Cotton ITnetoro
And. Commission Merchants,
232 and 234 Front St, Ilemphis, Tenn
BKTWKKJI ADAJsTH AMB liniUOI.
Mr. I. N. RAINEY d.rotes his hole time to th weichlnr and sal of all Cotton entrusted
W charf . CoUn Wwhui, WmUIkiWo strsat.
Wk'IV rf"Wl I
al"k n !
St. Memphis, Tenn.
Allfinllosi to fw lews' i.iei
JOUM L. McCLKLLAN.
' rsaoa. Vlarh.
M. t, Clev
11 X! A I ETATI.
Ku. M4. R. l.-niu!er Court of Shelby
eouctjf t-tie of Trnnrssee (r itsown aa.
elr., . Caiherine llrn t al.
1Y Tirlue of an iDlerloouliirjr deeraa for
I sale entered In the ahuve cause oo tha
21th da; ( lie-emb r. lKv, M. B. 60, para
I will sell t publie aurtioo, to the hiiih-
es( bidder, in front o tbe Clerk and Master'!
office, courthouse ol bhe by oountj, lsn-
lhis, Tenn., on
Nalunlar, Marcb a, lat,
within lexal hoars, th following desorlbed
proierty, sitaatad in Shelby county, Tent
see, to-wil :
Lot til, block 10, f W Smith's subdlrl
stun, 4S', by :) feet on the west side ot Or-li-a-s
sirciet, southwest corner of alley n rtb.
of r't. i'aul street. Bold a prope.ly of M.
Lot J;, block 111. eaat side ol Third street,
Ml tort south of Ueoiaia street, 24 by U2fc
lect. Sold aa proierty of Thomas Nacl.
Lot .'HI. blo-k Iti, east side of Tbird street.
l:h ward, 24 b ll.",f.,l, lb mirth line be
iia 74 icct south ot U.orsia street. (5o.d as
property of ( homes Naale
Lot IS, block 1, frontine 24 feet on th cast
side ef Water sttent, Fort Pickerina, and
runnina back tm fnet. Sold as property of
the Oriental Vowdcr Co.
Lot 1.1, folk's sui'division, .V) by 17(1 f( on
south side of t(et rsiastreet, the weslLne be
ing .dsilret east of Orleans streos. Bold a
pMpwrlf of J W. "urnell.
Lot 40, block 11. ea side of Second street,
24 by M.l ,ct, e,t north o( Alabama
street, luih w .r.l.
Lot 41, bock II, f a t side of Second street,
24 by lin,72 feet norlh of Alahana.
Lot 42. block II, east side of Second street,
24 by Imi Icrt, lnth wrd.
Lot 4,1, block 11, east side of Second itreet,
24 by 10 1 lect.
Lot 4 I, block 11. cast s'de of Sec.nd street,
24 by lit) ftct. Sold as pioperly of Samuel
bchoiblcr arid others.
Lot 2-'. block 17, north aid nf Carolina
street, i'.i b lll n t, (0 (eel eni.1 cf Fourth
slrecl. S. ldas i ro.,T(y ol Tbouias Nolson.
Lot 21. blo-k 17, north side of t'r lina
strort, 2f ly lis) foot, hi feet fast of Fourth
street. Sold aa iiroi.orty ol Thomas Nelson.
Lot 2, block 14, south side of Hroadway,
i'. hjrlTO lect, ?A fret east ol alley east of
Tbird street, loth ward.
Terms ( iulc- (In a credit of sil months;
not with security hearing interest required ;
lien retained, rednim lion burred. This Folc
ru irv I, 1 vmI.
S. 1. Mi'DOWKLL, Clerk and Master
11 y J. M. Ilnidlcy, lienuty Clerk A .Maator.
F. AC.JV. lteitkll. Solicitors.
No.MOl, R, -Chancery Court of Shelby eoan-(I-
Stute of Tennessee for its own us, to.,
vs. John Overton, Jr.. t al.
BV virtu of an Interlocutory deer for
sale entered in th al-ov eans on th
2.1-1 day ol Noveuibsi, iHtiS, M. 11. M, paaa
Sri . I will sell at publi ) anntion, to the high
est bidder, in front of I h Clerk and Master'
offioe, oourlhoua o, thelby oountj, ilem
phis, Tenn.. on
MolnsHtojr, Frbrnary SO, !),
within (egal hours, th following descrlhad
proirty, situaud la Shelby euuaty, Tenn ,
Lot 12, block M, Donaldson subdivision,
fronting 40 by 212 feet on th west side of
Dean avenux, 21.S I net aonthof Oeorsla street.
Lot I t, block IM. west aide of Dean avenue,
4 by 212 feel, adjoining lot 12 on thesouth.
Bold as proierts of W. T. Donaldson.
Lot 14, block 21, Fert Pickering, Irontlnc
25 leet on the north side of Alabama street,
northwest corner of rllth and Alabama, by
a depth of W loot, fold as property of P. M.
Lot ri, block 6, Fort Phkerlng, fronting
feet on the north sidenf Alanaina street by
a depth ol Uti toet, being 25 (set west of
Lot 7, block A, fronting 25 feet on the north
side of Alabama i (ree(, lt)(h ward, and run
nine back lltiS feat, said lot adjoining lot 8
on the west.
Lot II, block fl, norlh side nf Alabama
street, 10th ward, 2 by 11(1 feet, being 150
fuel west ol Second slnvit. Hold as pr.oerly
of II. K. Andrews and others.
Lots 27 and 2.1, block 12. Fort Pickering,
fronting 5ii (cot on the outh side o Alabama
street by a depth of UK) leet. Ho'd as tha
pn.purty of C. A. M. Yarbra and P. M. Win
ters. Kast hnlf of lot fl, block 9, F. YV. Smlths's
subdivifeion. Irotidng 110 leet on the north
side ol St. Paul street 3iXI feet west of Oosle
street and running back I4tf feet. Sold a
property of Mary L Still and Henry Hyan.
Lot li, block U, fronting 2o leet on the
north side of Carolina street 26 leet east of
alley east ofSeuood street, and running back
Lot 20, block 9, fronting 25 fert on tt
north side of Carolina street, aad running
Lot 21, block 9, fronting feeton th north
side of Carolina atreet, northeast eornerof
alley east of Seer nd street, lllth ward, and
running back UO.fcet. bold as property ot
L, U. Katon.
Lot 2H, block 6, fort Plok.rlng, 2Abyll8X
feet north side ot Jackson street 60 feet east
of Washington street. Bold as property af
J. 11. Shaw, W.C. Folkesetal.
Lot (1, block 4, fort fiokering, fronting 2S
feet on th south aid of Uroadway street,
southeast corner nlalley east nf Front street,
luth ward, by a doitb of 116 leet. Bold aa
property nf P. M. Win ers.
Lot 4, block , Korl Pickering, 24 hr 100
feet on the west side nf Third street, 74 feet
south of Oeorgia s reet, loth ward.
Lot 5, block 9, fronting 24 by 1W) foet on th
west aid, of Third strut, loth ward, south
and adjoining lot 4.
Lot ft, block 8, Knit Pickering, 24 by M feat,
west side of Second struct.
Tonus, ot Sale-On a oredlt of Big months t
note bearing interest, wiih security .reuuiredi
lien retained, redemption barred. This Jan
uary 20, 'bvul.
B. I. MoDOWKLl), Clerk and Master.
Bt J. M. llradley, Deputy Clerk and Master.
C II. A C. Ilelskell. Solicitors.
BY virtue nf a trust deed enecutcj lo me.
as trustee, by K. M. Apperson anil
Susan II. Apierson. his wife, recorded lo
record book A (21, paae 4m!, in (he Circuit
Court Clerk's and Recorder s oflic of Crit
(otiden county, Arkansas, to secur certaia
inilclitediiess therein mentioned delauKbav
I ii u beon Dinde in 'lid trust deed, I will, at
the reiiuest ol the Sei idciary Iu said trust
doed, on the
lti I iIhjt ol ' hrisarjr, IMS",
within leirnl hours at the courthouse door,
in iYlemphis, Shell eo inty, Tennessee, offer
forstle, at iiublin sulsry, for cash, to th
biiriiftfct bidder, th.. following property de
scribed in i-aiil trust deed, tu-witt
Plunlntion known aa rnoke and Berkely
place, situate in Crittenden county. Arkan
sas, about nine miles below Mempnia, being
as follows, to-wit i All of secllon 111, To,
N 11,9 K, fx; I. Ill acres; WW Nff qr see. 20,
TO, N K, H K, HO aeres; B frl iir section 20,
Tti, N It. UK, 210 acres; NW lrl qr seotioo
Mi. T ii, N It, 9 F., (si.iM acres j pari nf Span'
till Urant No 1517-t, JWl.llJ acres i N K qr sec
tion 25, T ll, N H. V K, HHl acres i Mt.v'K ur
section III, T H, N H, S, K0 acres; NW qr
section HI, To. N K, 9 K.ltiO acres; SW qr
aei'ti ii :m, Tti. N It. w K. In0 acre" ; SD qrsee
llon 2'i, T li, N It, H 1C, loO acres: N V, sectioa
,'!, T 8, N K, 8 K. Mill acres : W nail' ecdoa
T 'i, N It, 8 K, SJO a irost fraotiomil tt sec
tion '.Ml, TO. N K, 9 K. Macros; fractional
section 19, T 0, N K, 9 E, 12 acres: B part of
Spaninh tlrai.t No. 2.17:1, T 0. N It, 9 K, 114
acres, in all contniiiing 2HS2 10 acres, to
gether with all Improvements (hereon and
all appurtenance! tuercuuto belonaing. The
0'iuity ot rciieiuption auu right to uoacr aud
boifichtciid waivo l.
Also, ilia following (met of land sit jnte in
Crittneden Looiiiy. Arkansas, and known a.
tbe llurti'tt place, b-uiic die cast h ill' of Sri
qr ol scclii n M, i 4, IN It, a r., bu acres; south
hall ol Nii qr sccdon so, T 4, N U,K,W)
acies; N K qr section 31. T 4, N H.8K.I1W
acres; allot liactinnal section T 4, N K,
H K, '.VJiSil acres; the south half of section 20,
T I.N It. 8 K. iMl M a-rtsi N W trxctional
qr of section .Hi, T 4, N 11, 8 K, lil.2i acres,
being the 10.1v original acred, ami also r.ou
accrotiiitis thereto, toicetlier with all liu
proveiuents tbereon aud all apiiurtonnnces
thereunto beli.ngirig. Tho equity of re
demption and riaht lo dower and homoslt ad
waived. Said p an(a(ion is sitimted on tb
Misrissippi river, about lb wiles below Jloin
pbis. Also, at said time and place, on smd terms,
I will sell the following perMiual pronorly,
si(uate on said Wynokoan.IISerkelor planta
tion, to wit: 47 mules, 41 head of cattle,
4 hots, a (u'l and complete set and assort
ment of wiikviis, pious, mowers, rears and
in nun, implement. It beins all the in u Irs,
rattle, hon", gear and lariuing iiui lcinania
on said I'Un'ntcm. Title believed lo ba
goim, though 1 sell only as trustee.
Bile to oouiuieni e at 12 o clock.
W. M. SNKK1). Tcu.'ee.
CRESCENT EATING HOUSE,
I,., N. O. T. Kallroad.
Trains stop I minutes Idr meals. m
Breaklasi, goins Nor(h - .. .! 4
Dinner, going South l-'J,"
Dinner, going North liU
8uiier. going South..... ............... ..... T.ta
The houl is near th L..N.O. and T. Ral -iou
Depot. The only holel in town Travel
era, ciy boarders and families will Snd t ia
best o( aewmmodations. TK rooms ara
00 niorUblo, w t plenty of bedding. Tha
UbUand service is or t alas. Terms rea-
" W." B. TU0MS0H k CO., Propfl.-t