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THE AYA YS OF THE K ICKED
XX IftXOBlL RABBI AT JiEW OR
LEAS. S Ufationil Shooting- Affray A Hor
rible Criiut! iii Penusjivanla
hits itt a Dsj.
New Orleans, La., February 9. A
nuetiogcf tbe ti jarii of Direoturs of
the Jewish Widows' and Orphans'
liooie, on Jackson street, in this city,
was held yesterday to take action in
reft rente to the aliened Redaction oi
one of the orphan ianiatM by the
nperictei.dent f the init tnMon,
Rabbi & L. Weil. President K. 1.
KersJieedt reported Ibat on the 2d in
stant be bad dipcharge i Weil from his
position as euperi.itendent for jzioiely
linmorel conduct, and bran unani
mous Tots of the toird the action of
tbe president was approved.
Embrazled Over 8.10,000.
New Haves, Csnn., February 9.
Five yu'ii o Uicuard vtaldingram
tbe mill onaire 1 Calfjinta, beiran
t le erection of a 5500,000 residence at
West Haven, and enuazed as his su
pervieing arrhilrct and lirburing
Kent Junes Sco:t, a t-a't Lske City
Mormon, iwcputiy Mr. wadding
ham bad reason to believe that Scott
was diehonett. He eriguzed aa a'tjr
ney to invent if. nti tbe matter, and five
weeks Bfo Stoti was arrested and
placed in charge of u deputy sheriff1,
who haa kent him under his eye
ever einoe. Tbe mutter was kept very
ouiet. When nnt arrested bco
stoutly deuied bis guilt, but Init night
be confessed ttat he bad embezzled
about $50,000, and claimed that sev
eral prominent merchants of tbia city
weie implicated with hiin. He claims
that he recti ved bills frcm tbe mer
chant! for iuoutoie tYrd more than
the regular price of articled purchased
and after paying tbe bills divided the
surplus with tie mere! ants. Scott
was paid a salary of $8 per day, giveu
a commodioas residence and showed
$1000 per week to pay the exoenses of
the conttruction. Tbe 0dir has
caused a decided eenst t'on in bust-
neas circles, and fat ire developments
are awaited with interest.
Hilled by a Bnrkeejser.
New Yobk, February 9. Samuel E.
IhompfOD.a SHltBiraa tor Whitneld
I'ewera & Co., dry good dealers of this
city, had a quarrel early tbis morning
on Ureenwica avenue with Alex, bit
ter, a baitinder. Slater i truck Thomp
ton on tae head with his clenched tit t,
felling him to tbe sidewalk. In his
fall Thompson a bead struck the nag'
aioaes with a crash. Thom son's skull
had been fiastured by tae fill, and he
died in t le station-bouie shortly after
he was conveyed tiere. bliter said
Thompson, who was a much taller and
heavier man, Btiuck him in a saloon
with a b llia d cue, and tbat he only
retaliated when they reached the
street. Thompson was once wea'tby,
He was in tbe co:ton business firmer
)y and bad a ionune of 3300,000, but
he lost it in speculations. His lolka are
said t j be wealthy and respectable reai
dents tf Paducah, Ky.
Chinese Uiisubllair Saloon Knitted.
St. Loith, Alt, Fabruiry 9. Lait
night Ollk'era Herbert, Emmet aid
Kickbam raided tbe Ohinese tttnn
bling-house formerly kept by Joe
(iong, now on trial for complicity in
the murder oi lxm Johnfoa, but re
cett'y mar.uged by Ab Show. The
honee is a tbree-story structure,
and tae inmates were packed together
wita little regard to t onion or earn
tary conditions. A signal gong bad
been arranged leading to the third
nior, whera the eamblers were en
gaged in- playing littery, but that did
not help them. The oiiicers broke in
the front dco , and by a boli dash ar
rived on tie third fJ jor in t me to ca?
ture one of the speculative Celestials
as be was crawling out on the roof,
Altogether, six men were taken in,
and a lare quantity of niutarial was
ValBK the Malta lor Fraadnlrnl Pnr
Galveston. Tex , Februay 9 --A
special to tbe Nnu$ from Demi on says:
Thomas C. Cailojk, president of the
Texas Oklahoma Colony, wai arrested
in tbis city yesterday upon a warrant
sworn out by tinted but is rostolllce
Inspector Morton, cbargiog bim with
using the mail for fioadulent purposes,
aua in uewiii oi nan ne wai loageu
in jail. (Jailock's phn rf operations
was to induce r arties who were solic
ited to join the colony to send bim $2,
which would entitle tuem to member
ship and a boniest! a i of ISO acres of
land, warlock will have a preliminary
examination oelore unind states Uom
missioner Adams on February 15th.
The St. linli CMneae .Warder Cae.
St. Louis, Mo., February 9. The
case of Onio Ocoua, or Joe Gong, has
been called in the Uriminal Court in
this city. Joe Ujng is tbe Chinaman
who kept the gambling-house at CG9
Market street, which was raided at
Lou Johnson's instance, by the police.
Lihio libiazck. who was tonvicted a
week ago, was Joe Gong's right-hand
man. Gong offered, it is alleged, $UO0
for the killing of Johnson, and shortly
after the offer be was krle'l. So far
aa known, there is no evidence that
any more tl an $15 was paid, and tbat
was given t.m informer, Qmng Seng,
in tiie cellar f tbe building on tie
morning of June 1st, 188a, just before
Johnson was killed. Qaoag Seng got
the money then from Ohio Chiagck.
The testimony taken does not vary
any from that taken during the trial
cf Ohio Cbifgck.
Keveoae Oflleer Peppered by Moon
hlarrs. Atlanta Ga, February 9. From
, Newton c -niity it is learned that a
revenue clli jer named Joan L. Cojb
raD, tot into a d IBoulty which may
coct bim bis lift). For some time it
has heeji sturjpt'ctr d tbat Cochran was
a spy. Yesterday whil on his way-to
Ikb a still near the fork, John and
Jake Parker, two mojubhinere, con
cealed behind a tree peppered away
a; Co:hran riddling bim with bird
shot. They then went to an adjoin
inj lo-.n RLid awore out a warrant
against Cochran, charging him with
aan t and batUiry, and the wonnded
man is now under arrest. The reve
nue ctH'-ia'a linva sent two of their
best men to tha locality who will
bring tbe Parkera back df a 1 or a'ive.
A Horrible Crime.
Erie, Pa., February 9. In the in
vestigation by the coroner's jury into
the death tf Mrs. Bohall's four
months' eld child, at the Penn Lum
ber Mill?, Conneant county, Pa., Uo
hrll, it s.epfa'.her, testified that he
awote in tbe night and found the
child dead. When the mother was
called she refused to speak until ber
bustaid was removed from the rcor.
oba 1 refused to leave until forced
to do BO. Mrs. Bihall then testified
that after they bad retired Wednes
day night, the baby cried and iretted.
Hot all grew angry and struck the
child acrois the lace, and then seized
it and jmmf d it against the wU vio
lently. The little one ccreamed and
Bihall with an oath jsmmed a pillow
over the cbilds bead and held it nr.til
life was rxticct. The woman sl:er
wards slated that Bohall seized ber
and threatened to cut her throat if she
ever revea'ed his crime. Bob all uti
committed ior tr.nl on a charge of wil
Sensational fttiooilna; Aflray In
Atlanta, Ga., February 9. A fatal
shorting, which took place at Anstell
Snnday threatens to become a fensa
tiou. Years ajo John Nonis and Jack
Garland were the warmest personal
friends. They lived near each other,
and were alniott coDstart'y together.
Morris picked up and went to Ten
nessee. After Norris went away Gar
land was lonesome, and ficquent let
ters ja'sed bttwern them. Nortis
tried t persiix'ie G.ir'aiid to to to
Tennessee, but Ga lmd would not to
Sbtarday lut t Noma aie back 1o An
stell, aid Sundsy tfertom walked
into Garland s bouse. Uarlaml was
surprised aid welcomed his old f .iend
warmly. Garland was carried away
with Noma's return, and picking op a
shotgun pointed it it Nome. A band
full of shot found their way in o Nor
ris'sbcnl. He dropped I ke one dead,
and Garland tried to kill bimaeif. Dr.
Mfdlock found ttut the entire liad
bad Roue through the left e yebal', and
pronounced the wound a latal one.
It was thought at the time tbit the
Bhro'ing was accidei.ti1, but it now
BDpeare that GaiUcd meant to put
Norris out of tbe way, aa Norris had
knowledge of crimes of which Gar
1 ted was guilty and he feared tLa. he
had returned to tell on him.
Riot at 4'ltrlNliannburc, Ta.
Lyncbboko, Va., February 9. A
special to' the Daily Adcamt from
Christianaburg, Va , says : A riot oc
curred at Retold 'u t night. Twenty
drunken negroes 1 1 tempted to take tbe
town. The cit'zns called on Chris
tianphurg for btlp, which was given,
and live of tbe rioters wero lodged in
j nil. The to n ia now quiet.
Hanged by a Mob,
Paris, Tkx , February 9. At 1
o'clock this morning a mounted posse
of neaily 100 masked men sndderly
appeared in front of the ja'l in this
(Lamat) county. While the eavalcade
remained mounted a drzm of the
party dismounted and knorked f r ad
mittance at the front. Jailor Ealdwin
opened the dcor and immediately two
men sprang inside, lia'dwin ebowed
fi.'ht and fired his revolver, but tbe
men knocked his arm up and then
choked Baldwin until he grew bUck
ia the face. Breaking rpan a cell the
mob Beiztd R. T. Garret, the Hounded
desperado, who killed Deputy Sheriff
Clay Davis. Tbey magged himthiongb
the jail, placed him in a waoa which
was waitirg outiide and marched t a
timber thiee-quaitjrs of a mile dis
tant, where Garrt tt was strung up to a
tree. His body was found dangling
from a common baiter t'lis morning.
Yigihnts prepared the attack with
great care. Guards were placed on
every street leading t) the jiil. The
jailor's wife rang tbe alarm bell. Many
citizens tried to reach the jiil but were
pulled up by six shooters. Gn-rH'
was arrested for disturbing a Christ-
mai tree festival t Shookly Prairie.
Deputy Sheriff Davis kindly permitted
him to visit his home be lore going to
jail whereupon Gairett seizsd hie rills
and brutally murdered tbe officer
while the latter's bu:k wai timed.
Garrett was afterward. captured in
the woodp, receiving f jurteen desper
ate wounds while resisting arrest. He
was just recovering from li is wounds
when Judge Lynch summoned him.
Male-Thief Lynched In Virginia.
Danville, Va February 9. Much
excitement prevails among the people
of Patrick and Henry counties and
the acj fining counties in North Caro
lina over tne lynching tnriay morn
ing laBt of :n unknown white man for
mule stealing. About two weeks ago
it is tlleged tbe man Ftole a mule from
a citizan near Patrick Court-Ilouseand
took it over lo North Carolina and
sold it there. After receiving the
money the man remained in the
neighborhood for some days and then
srolo tbe same mule again. But,
while running it off further south, be
was overtaken and captured by a party
of North Carolinians. While they
had bim in custody a !part7 cf Vir
ginians from toe neighborhood of
Patrick Court-House arriveu and
claimed the prisoner fir tbe original
theft of the mul. lie ai given up
to them by the NoitbCarcliniRns.aqd
agreed to return to Virginia without a
r quisilion f.om tbe Governor. Tbe
Virginians, with their prisoner nnder
escoit, started to take bim to Henry
county, the Patrick jiil being consid
ered secure enough to hold him. When
they reached the neighborhood of
Spencer's store, near the county line
of Henry and Patrick, tbev were over
taken on Friday by tbe North Caro-
liaians from whom they bad received
the piifroner, and who now demanded
and again took possession of the man.
Tbey dragged bun into the oada
near by and banged him to a tree.
The body was left raouing. and no
coroner's icquest having been held or
other notice taken cf t'ae matter by
tbe county authorities, some of the
people on Sunday altjrnoon cut it
down and buried it.
Safe Bobbers Vetting la Thlr Work
lootaeapoMDiNCit or thi ArniL.I
Burnbville, Tknn., February !.
The caloon belonging to J. W. Biggs &
Co. was raided Sunday night about
:.'!0 o'clock bv burglire. The safe
was blown ojen and the contents, con
sisting of $3U0 (Aih and $ W0O worth of
notes, was stolen. Twenty-five dollars
cf it was recovered, it having been lo-t
by the thieves. Tbey also left a idstol
behind, which they evidently lost. An
attempt nai made to erjtjr tbe s ores
of J. W. Moser and A. M. Wilson, but
was unsuccessful. An investigating is
on Icot, which will undoubtedly de
velop all the facts in tbe caw. It is
believed the parties liveinandaronnd
Ia It Hat Singular
that coasumptives should be tbe least
apprehensive of their own condition,
while a 1 their friends are urging and
beseeching them tj be more careful
about exposure and overdoing. It
raay well be considered one of tbe
most alarming symptoms of the dis
ease, where the patient is reckless and
will not believe that be is in danger.
?ade., if you are in tbis condition,
do not neglect tbe only means of re
covery. Avoid exposure and tat gue,
be regular in your habitf. and uee
faithfully Dr. Pierce's "Go'den Medi
cal Discovery." It has saved thous
ands who were teadily falling.
Hnm Janes's Chicago KitRageiiieat.
Chicago. III.. February 9. It is
definitely settled that Sam Jones will
vieit Chicago about the 15th of tbe
montb, and among church people tbe
great revivalist is awaited with deep
MEMPHIS DAILY -APPEALr-WEDXKSDAY,
THE FREE METHODISTS.
A CHURCH OIHUMZED BY JUDGE
FLY AT WATER VALLtY,
With the AaxUtanre of His Brother,
' In 1SS0-IU fonrvcMon or Faith
Mr. D. Flv, editor tf Free Churchman
of Water Valley, Mire., was in tbe city
yett-miay and paid a visit tt the Ap
peal otlije, where he was interviewed
aa to the church organizilion which
his piper represents the Methotlict
Free Church in America and with
the f !1 Turing result :
Reporter When was thechurch or
ganized, and where?
Mr. tiy lu lsj m Water alley,
"With whom did it originate?''
"With Jailue Flv, my brother, who
drew up the confession cf f tith.
" Wb t is itb form of government?"
"Congiegationfil. We have to
bisbops or prebid'ng elders. Tbe cou-
itrefMtioiis silect their paatora.
"1)3 you differ from the Methodist
Episcopal Church in faith?"
"Ves: in t o or three points. Our
church ignores tbe doctrine of total
depravity, and we believe that Christ
by hts atonentenr. simply let Died me
race to its primal condition. We do
nt t believe, as tbe Protestant Episco
pal cbnrch t when, that God is a spirit
without body or form or parts. That
would be an impossibility. We bvlieve
he bat some form and tint be has re
vealed bimself as a personality si-v-eutl
timer, and then we are tdd that
Christ was in tbe form of God and ti e
exprers image cf his person. Web -lieve
from a Bible stand-point that
there ia but cue order of mmiitrs
elder or presbyter. We have deacons,
but they are merely lajmen. All
members of the church are equal be
f r the law."
"How many churches have you?"
"I think thirty-five or forty. I could
not say poa t valy. I taven't the
data before me. . We have, I may adi'.
uhotit the same number of ministers.''
"How many cuifereneeB lave
"We have two district conferences
which meet annually. We have not
yet organized a general conference."
"Are any of these conferences or, an
ized in other State tbai Mississippi?"
"No. We have no conferences out
aide of Mississippi."
"Have you any missioraties in the
"No special missionaries. We all
claim tj be missionaries."
"What is the extent of yoar mem
bership?" "I don't kr-oJV exac'ly, and would
not like to say unless I bad the min
utes of the last conference before me."
"VVht t is your method of church
"It is for every, member cf the
church to do wr a, he t ai us a worker
in the cause of Christ."
With this the interview closed. Mr.
Fly is a brother of the Judge.and with
him helped lo build it to its present
proportions. Eo'.h gentlemen were
formerly members of tbe Method's!
Chnrch, Soutti, and the Judge was f r
ihirty-Ove years a minibtar, and Mr.
Fly for twenty-five years.
The eyea me idwny in nympiitliy with
the body, and ull'ord mi cxrrllciit ludi'x
of Its condition. When the even become
weak, niul thu lids inlbiiiicil nml sore, It U
nn evidence that tlio nystom lias become
disordered by Scrofula, for which Aycr';
Sursapai illa k the best known remedy.
Pfrofiila, which produced n painful In
fl:!innialioii in my uyes, caused me iniii li
(uHei inir for u number of yearn. Ity tlio
lulvleo of a pliyieian 1 commenced taking
Ayer"s Sni-Mipnrilla. After using this
liii'dicine a short time I was completely
My eves now in n splendid condition,
and I am us well and si run,' as ever.
.Mrs. William (iac. Concord, N. II.
Fos a nnmlwT of years I was troubled
with a humor in iny 'eyes, mid was uiiahle
to olitniii any relief until I eomnieneitl
imiijj AycrVsarsap.'inlla. This medieinu
has elleeted a complete cure.' ami I bclleo
it to lie the hest of blond iui ilieis.
C K. I'ptiin, Nashua, N. 11.
From childhood, and until within n few
months, I have been iillliclcd with Weak
and Son; Kyes. I have used for 1hee
complaints, uitli bcnelli uil results, Ayer'n
Sarsaturilla. mid consider it a crent lilood
purlticr. Mi'h. C Phillips, ti lover, Vt.
I sttlTereil for a year with Inflamma
tion In iny left eye. 'Three ulcer funned
on the hall, dcpi'ivhur mu of sllit, mill
caiisinir t-'reat pain. After trying many
other remedies, to no purpose, f was llmdl.v
Induced lo use Ayci's Karnapurilla, and,
three bottles of this Medicine, hare been
entirely cured. My si;:lt has been re
stored, nnd thero is' no oign of Inflamma
tion, tore, or ulcer In inv eve Kendal
T. Bowen, Siitjar Trco Itiilye,' Ohio-
My diinghtcr, ten j eavs ohl, was nflllcted
with Scrofulous SoVc Kyes. During tlio
last two years she never" saw light 'of nny
kind. Physicians of the highest Mamling
exerted their skill, but with no iwrnmnent
Miceess. On the recommendation of a
friend I purchased a bottle of AVer's Siil
ftaparilla, which inv daughter commenced
taking. Itefore xfie bad used the third
bottle her sight was restored, ami sliccim
now look steadily nt a brilliant light with
out pain. Hit rtire is complete. W. K.
Sutherland, tvaiicllst, Shelby City, Ky.
Pn-pared liy Dr. J. C. Aycr ft Co., l.owHI, Mum.
fcold ty all I "ructiftt. I'rlce 1 ; tlx botUxt, i.
CRESCENT EATING HOUSE,
I... . O. T. Itnllroail.
Trulni flop III minutei lor meal.
Breaklui, (mux North 4
Dinner, iiciinir routb 1 -':'
Dinner, goinx North 1 ill
Supper, froinir South .... n
Tbe hotel ii ne&r the L., N. 0. nnd T. Ri -TosU
Depot. The only hotel in town. Travel
em. p 'jr boarders and fauiilinfl will find t le
beat of AOfowmodutions. Tbe roonn nre
00 nlorUhle, w t lenty of beddinir. The
Ubletid tervice Is ur t olus. Terms rea
sonable. W. R. THOMSON k CO.. Prnrrielrr.
No. .'vW R. 7. State of Tenneinee, thnlby
county. Office of County Cnurt Clerk, JMoin-
Lhis, Tenn.. January do, ssti Xii Jnbn
onjeue, Puhlic Administrator, and as
such Administrator of .tbe eeUle of A.
Younr. deceased :
AVINu suitKested the insolvency of the
etltate of A. louns. Jeceaned. vou nre
Iierebjr ordered to giTe notice, by advertise
ment in some newspaper published within
the said Plate, and also at the Court-ilouse
door ot tihelby county, for all persons bavitif
claims against said estate, to appear and file
the same, authenticated in tha manner pre
rcritied by law, on or before the 3d day of
May, ISSt'i, and any claim not tiled on or be
fore said day, or before an appropriation of
tho lundsof sail estate is made, shall be for
ever barred, both in law and equity. Wit
ness my hand, at oflice, this Juth ia.y of Jan
II. B. CCLLKJf. Clerk.
By Louis Kettmann, Deputy Clerk.
Notice is hsreby iriven as required by the
above order. January 30. ls.W.
Eflins "Ms BUTTER I i
Fradictej Dfet to tint Ilanner with
Tho "King Bee" tf a Jlonop
oly Aspiring Co.
SaiJ that the people, after beinf pared
would demand their iccnryi ack, and any
firm adoptinc the rule wi ulj tail.
But pinninr our fnili to the Universal
Honesty of manhood and womanhood, with
aa abidns; faith in our oft proved remedy
we contimfd to float our I . inner wi'h "N
Curel Ko Pay!" thcrtun, with urfVre '
We authorise merchants dealing
"liuinn Pioneer ll.ood Kenrwur" to refund
the money if it does not cure all Blood and
tkin Direa-'es, Rhcuui:iti-in, Ill.ird Poison
Glandular Swsl ings, bcrofula, JUIuriaand
D Perfect Spring ffTeJicfne
Essay on Blood and Skin Diseases mnl!ed
MACOX MEDIClXK CO., Jlaoon, Ha.
11.1 VlilXG HOI SK OI
Henry Clows & Co.
13 & 15 llroad M., ovf York.
S per rent. Inter! I'uldou nppoall
fVRDER.S executed on all the Exchanges
v nr fri'K. tui.ins, iih un, tuTToR and
rierRot.xt y ior as n or on .virtn.
l)It. I). 8. JOHNSON'S
No. 17 JcflVrsttn Sln ct,
(Between Main nnd Front.) V EMPUIS.
I KoLnbliihril in l'.!..!
le ltitorrMtrJ bv fur tlie in out mio-
cesmul phviiU'ian in tho trout meiit of private
or vorret dioaten. Quick, perumnent cures
ruarHnteeu in every niHe, mule or le i lf.
Hsoent cu-oi uf Uonnrrlie-t nnd Srihilii
cured in a f w dar without the una of mer
cury, chim (re ot uitt r hindrHnce fnun
bu-j.neK. Secondary hpihihft, the Ian t von
tii.e eradicated wirhouttlio uka nt'merrur
Involuufiiry lops of ceuicu cUtpped in ft phort
linio. butlerers lrotn iint'otrncy or Ion o
rexmit powen rotored to tree vicnr in a few
weeks. Vint i mi of fol-ahue nnd exoefnive
vencry, ftutlaririK from ppcruintorrhua and
losnof physical nd mental power. poopiMv
.and permanently cured. Particular atten
tion pmd to tho liMoiifoB n Women, nnd
Ourf (lUMrjtiitccd. I'ilcs and old tores ouretl
withoutthe ue of cnuptirur the km to. A I
c nMiiltationn utriotl v cottdeiiliiik Meili-
einn cent by ex pre us to all paita of tho
Rt3Workinfrmen cured at hulf tho uounl
rntuj. Cilice hour tnnu H n cl.irk a.m. to U
o 'olockp.m. IK . JUUNMN, M.I)
Nc.32W, B. (Oj-Chan-ery Court of 8he1by
county iMate ol leiincnce, u,t ubo, etc.,
y , " iu. i. jmncr "i hi.
TJY Tirtuo ot an inte-locutory decree for
O aale. entered in the nhuve CHUsa on tha
othdoyot rsovember, minute book oO,
liaire C, 1 will noil, at public auction, to the
liiKlient bfddor, in front of the Clerk and
Maeter's oftioe, court-house of bholby couiv
ijt Aieiupuivi i.enn.( on
IHataiMlnj, Frbrnnrjr 80.1MN6.
within leval hnurt, the followtnft defcrlbed
property, situated in eleuiphia, bbelby ooun
ty. Tenn.. to-witt
Lot No. 10, country lot 470. ben in nine at
tbe interfectinn of the aoutli aide of iMarket
street wiih tae oar ,-itle of the ulley running
north and aouth In twon and par lei to
1 hird and Fourth Mtrnita j thence outh with
ineeaxt line ot mint ail.y ftet, more or
lcris. to another allry oarallel tn Market
pirtiet; thence east with tie north line if
ah id I nut namrd alley Mo foot; thence
north 'Mi feet, more r leia, to the ffntitti lino
of Market root; thence want with fa id
itreot Hh'.j fcot to the beginning, mm id lot
being known as the Litun bouientoad.
Terms of Sale On a credit of i months
purchaser to execute note with security;
lien retained and rnicinpuon barred.
This January 2o iMSit,
S. I. McDOW Khli, Clerk and Master,
By '. M. Dradley, Uanuty C. and M.
J. W. Hampton, solicitor.
12 & A Ia JKSTATE
No. 6202, R Chancery Courtlof Shelby Coun
ty (State ot iennotsee for its own nse,
etc., vs. Gnbe Juilnh et al., and No. :K'J9
It). Muto ot ienooi ee vs. w. it. llutler
BY virtue of an Interlocutory decree for
sale entered in the nhove cause on the
th day ot Novoinlier, 1KM5, M. li. 60, pave
21K, I will soil, at public auction, to the hiitn
est bidder, in front ol the Clerk and Mus
ter's office, courthouse oj Shelby county,
Memphis, Tenn., on
Natnrdajr, t'rbrnary 'JO, 1HHB.
within legal hours, the followinit described
property, situated in Kheihv county, Tenn.,
ta-wit: Psrt ol lots 27 and frontins;
2U 17-100 feet on the north utile of Washing
ton street by a depthof AH font, the eastline
b inv titj, teet westof b'econd itrect. Sold
as propery of Wra. and 8arah Klynn.
Part ot H7r), west side ol Third street,
frontins; 4d feet, and running buck Hti'-4
leet. said lot being on the northwest corner
of Thud street and the alley between Adaine
and Washington streeta. hold as property of
jatnea n . Ktetiar:son anil otners.
Ternisol Sale On a credit of aix nnnthst
note bearing interest with security r quired i
lien retuined, redemption barred. Thil Jan
uary 21, Imi.
B. I. McDOWELL, Clerk and Master.
Jly.l.M KraHiey.Uoiiulv Clerk and Master.
V. II. t C. W. Uoiokell and J. W. Hamp
For is years at 37 Court Plan, now at
"iet. Third and Fourth, J
i rKl'iriT Morat. sod Wkll Q.liru4 phjtlolal SDS UH
soft .ucrturul, his .rmcti:. W1U jjnrtn
all lor. or PHIVATK,
CHHONIU mud bhX
ipermfttorrnoft and Impotence t
t;,ruli f acir-kt)jH lit youth, itm mriM 1 Bs
jmjwi or ottiw vftuft( mui (.ruVti-liir mtu, 2ih to
iowicik tlrvia: NervouiDfU. bcmlnai KmUi-u., H..,iLuis
l-. br drat.nt). IHiniitt f l-tUl, bttnnivt Jc
u. ll -fjr, Pi:u,iWi'a l-'ai-vl, atff.i.'fi VtHwxnj 0.'7em'-,
sunrnaitsB of J,n nt tM'ual Power, etc.. naiimmf
U( lltKf llfsJrrj'i'T T .Hit H rt IbOWUhlf Bd pfTBlsV
tmiiy i.ur.1. SYPHIJIS P,U,"JJ "" Uhlt'
t- j ":-'. Gonorrlteav
CilC'LT, Htrifllut, iMtiLlui W-rtJ.a, ,w ttufrturtt,
f M.t ai..l otfi-' pci t (lna' ajut--w 4jail.
It iwlf.,T,.t(-(K thu j hf mtr(BIhl't)-apBttlltMe
U h. rrln rl of rj I an1 trraiiuit U-uuim1, &
Uf, -!. ri tr al -ttili. 1'fctn rUti kllowiu Ultl fact Otlea
it; ii.n, n l ),?. . ia m taj-. a iteB U fno--i.H"t U
fi'.lttai- it? ro-irttatrni-i.v n,itl -tti'-a eaa Im at priruetj
lU'l -.ly by r ' ' I ur ';.r'k' i '.!ra.
Gnat uu teed In avll CatM
a irr Urn.
i c i '.! t ti ft- a4 1wti'4.
.atjj, fi-s.i.al. ai I hii rxtlnibiku. iWavr; MeUtUHl,
A book of 100 pajref .
lh beat book tor
fult, tte fan e peri
eul)taiD hf'a nl
nev ppapcr' and estimated o ihe oont uf ad
vertimnK. The a.iveriiwr who wanu to ipend
one dollar, findi in it tliin.rmtion h re
nuircfl, while fur him who will inTit one
but drcJ thousand d 'Uhts In aavertimna, e
fbflne is iniJicutcd whifh will nifet his
every reiiQuemeDt. or can le made to do 10
by flight chanice eaily nrrived at br rorre
apnntif-nce. One hundred and fitty-three
editioni have been isaud. Sent, mntpaid,
to any adrtrma tr in eenfu. iiiy to U KO.
P. KO A' ELL k Co., NKWISPAPKH Al
VEHriSIXA BUKKAU,10h.rueeit. irriof
log liouje Square, iMew Vork.
nut 1 ml
JXToxv Butter House.
Ub'A KASTKKD NO
Iloul Creamery, 2so per lb. Xo, 3 Creamery, 3.V per lis.
lilry, II), 1 1, 10, !., 20 ii ml 2v per ll.
K. SSI front Mrert. sjppoalla FoNfotllc. Trlpphoua H3.
TAJIKS JAY N3IITM & .
W. W. SCHOOLFIKLD. L3UI8 BANAVCR. fl. (). NILLKR.
256 nnd 258 Front
Cotton Factors. Wholesale Grocers.
No. 306 Tront Strent Memphl, Tenn.
2GS Front Street. 91emphln,
GROCERS AND COTTON FACTORS,
AjreuOi WIiihIiIp Co, ton jna nnd PrewsK'N.
WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS,
NOS. 378 AND 2R0 FRONT STREET. MEMPIITK.
J. K. (iODYVIN, rrfh't. J. M. (iOOl)IJAK, Vsce-rrmH. V. II. ItAlME, CiiHhlrr.
X3ojsrct of rjirootoras.
J. M. (lOOUUAR,
T 11 L! 1 tJ tJ
I). T. PORTKR.
V. M. NKLHON.
J. M. HMITH,
W. N. W I LK FRSON.
I i. niiTici,
II. T. CdOI'hU,
C. B. 11UYAN.
aerA Ieollory of the Mat of TonnM.rei. Trunsinrla
Bnaiaea. anil Npei'lMl
Cotton Factors, Vholesalo Grocers,
IVo. 11 Union Htreet,
M. 0. PEARCK.
Cotton Factors & Commission MerclVts
No. 276 FRONT STREET, MEMPHIS. TENN.
Colt a Warehenss-Now. HH and BO, Union UlrWt.
h initio Trcest,
Curry Combat, llorxe IlriiMbf m.
A Complete IM ne of tbe above Joolsi nt I-owoMt I'rioiit.
J". Ta, HMCLlJtrLA.UliZ &CO
301 and 303 Main Ntrcet, Meiuphl, Venn.
W. A. GAGE & CO.
No. SOO Front Ntreet, : MemiihfN. V-i
Oils &? INTTTaStl Stores
Oillcc, 349 Front Street, MeinphlH, Tenn.
LARGEST BREWERY IX AMERICA.
Jos. Sciilitz Brewing Gompaiiv,
MPATTlfll IlIMVril I AfHswaasI Bollllaa Wni, M at 10 line.
JlfsiUXJllO JUliilil iyJI, Dr,l aad If ebi.aui, eo..1al. t a 1 1. n
S. ROESCHER. Agent, MeniPhlb. Tenn.
In In iHH, SM.OOtl Harrlfa ...HmIm
stasia sst saiaie, ai.iHio ssnrri.
Wholenale Grocers, Cotton iwiom
And Commission Warcfiantr
232 and 234 Front St., Memphis, Vem,
rtWEBI ADf.HH aVSA jr.Frcuts.
Mr. I. N. RAIN KT devotes his whole time to the weigh'na aaJ sa'.e r all Cotton entrusted
to vat cnaif , Vulwn nareOuuse, v aslii'jgt 'ii rmei.
Utli'KK IN TI1K MAKKKT.
St.. Memphis. Twin.
AHO & Co
J. R. OODWJN,
J. W. i'ALLH,
W. P. M'NAVANl
R. J. IlLACK,
II. K. C0KHN,
A. W. NKW tU.V.
m trtrnl Baakilait
Allrullata Irt ! ".-"
t : Memphis, Tenv
JOHN L. MoCLKLLAN.
Itcpttlr I.I iika,
mt Menmht. Hrmrtk. 1(K,000 trr.
I bee. t'larr.
K. 3. t in.'
lob m m
Xo. Ci l. R. I). Chancery Court of Shelby
eout tv ptte of Tennessee for iU own use
etc., vs. Cb'h.rine iiorvan et al.
HV virtue of aa interlocutory decree lor
sale entered in the above caisa on tha
l!lth day r lieertnb-r, ItVvi, al. B. Ml, paica
I will sell t public auction, to the high
est bidder, in front o the Clerk and Mv.r.
ot!i-e, courthouse ol Sne by county, Mem
phis, Tenn.. on
Kntnrtlay, March , IS0,
within leirnl hours, th following described
pre 1 erty , sitnated in bhelhy county, 'iences
so", to w it :
1. t li;, bloek in, p W Smith's snb.livi
sion, Wt bv I.h) fet on the west side ot lr
lea is str et. southwest corner of alley n rtb.
i'f St. I'aul itreet. tiold as rope ty of M,
Lot Hi, block IK, est side ot Ttlrd street,
ri leel .ulh ot t!co-ei treet, 21 by IIJ'J
liet, Sld as iro;-rty of Tbinn;i Naa-ie.
l.i t :m. blo -k lit, east side of Tr ird street.
Mth nr.l, - h 1 1 -' . le. t, the north linere-
iiik 4 tt et -joiiih ot (leontia atteot ho;d ae
prtiperly s I bonus Na lo
Lot li. block 1. trontin 2i feet on the e tt
siiio if Wator street, F-rt fickerioa-. end
runeina- liiieif ii (,et. Hold as iroperty of
the Oriental Powder Oi.
Lot I I, i'ollf's uedivision. M br ITOfetton
soutti side of Mci.uia vtreet. th. west lne ba
insr .loo (ot east of Orleans strcos. rjulj as
properts of ,1 V. I'uniell.
Lnt to, block II. tan sidi of Second streot,
Ji by im fuel, t3 et north of Alabama
street, lilt h w .rd.
Lot 41. h'ock II. ea t side r.f Second street.
Jt by Ihi, tcct m.rih of Alabama.
Liit 4.', bloek II, east s.de of tiecoud street.
21 by lilt t.,, t. Ilith ward.
Lot 4 1, block 11, east sidoof Second itreet.
21 by lot feet..
Lut 44, Hock 11. east s:de of Secnd street.
'.'I lis I m In t. hold as proietty of haiuael
bi'hi'itiler aini others.
Lot 2 block 17, n'Tth side of Caroline,
street, h m lu t, :n eet cant ot Kourlh
street. 8old as iTop-iivfil Thomas Nelson.
Lot 2, hlirk 17, ui.t! Is aide id fr iina
strn.-t, by lm) foot,;.', feet ea.t of fourth
street. Hold as properly ol Thomas Neon.
Lot 'Jtl, block li, soutli side ot ttromlway,
'J" bv Kil leet, iS fret east ot alley cast of
Third street, lilt tl ward.
Terms i t ruilc -On a credit of six months;
note with security bearing interesiroquired;
lien roUined, redom. lion barr.d. Thia Feb
rujrv 1, 1M.
S. I. Mi niiWELL, Clerk and M ister
Ity J. M, liiadley. Deputy Clerk i Maater.
l II .t C. W. llei.kcll, .-;0ll.Mlurs.
HI! AT JKTAT12.
No.MOl, R, rhanoery Conrtol Hhelby ounn-tv-
Siate n( Tenneasee fur its osm use, etc.,
vs.Juliii Overtoil, Jr., et al.
BY virtn. vt is in'.rinoutorv denre for
silt entered In tbi above eause on tha
1-M das ol Niivember. lrllA. M. U. &0. nan
119, 1 will se 1 at publi I au 'lliin, to the hish
est bidder, in front ot t hel'lerk and Master',
office, oiiiirtbnuaa o. thelbr couuti. Mom-
ilits, Tenn., on
salnrslay, rrbruarjr 110, lMfl.
within lecnl hours, tb followmt deaerlhed
uroi arty, situated in buelbf eount. luun .
Lot 12, Moek m, Donaldson lubdirMlon.
front ln 40 by 212 teet on the west side of
bean-avenue, 2lti leet south ol lleoraiasireet.
Lot W bliiek IkH, a.st side ol Deau avenue.
Ill by 212 loet, ailjtitnina lot 12 nn the south.
Sold aa rierty of W. T. Dnnnldson.
I.nt U. Iilnek il, tort I't 'kerlm. Irnat na-
2ft leet on the north aide nf Alnhina stroet.
nurthweat corner ul riltb ami Alabama, by
a ilaiiih oi lKI leet. Sold as Torty of V. M.
Lot (I. hloek fi. Fort r elter nl. front n. M
fuel on the north side ol Alabama street by
a iluth id loot, being 26 feet westof
Lot 7, bloek o, Irontlni Tt reel on the mirth
iln ol A aliiltna -tloet. IClh ward, anil run.
nine laca Uti', toet, said lot adjoining lot S
on the w. St.
Lot II, bloek fl. north side nf Alabama
tlr et. Iilth ward, '1 by UiIh, font, beini Lit)
In-t Wirt, ul rieeond stroet. nold as proimrty
ol II. L. Andrews and other,.
Lots 27 nnd i, bloek 12 Fort Piekerint,
frontirii 5) leot on the smith side o Alubaiua
stroit by a dotli nfliUi teet. N d as the
.r. i orty of C. A. M. Yarbra aud P. M. W ta
Hunt ha'f of lot A, bloek 9, F. W. Smiths'
suhdivUion. frontine Ml reet on the north)
stile o tit Paul street J feet west of lloslea
street and runnlnx back lit) feot. Hold ae
iroerly of Mary L Htill and Henry Kyan.
Lot lit. block V, fr.iutinii 2) leet on the
north slito of Carolina stre-1 2A teet east of
alley east ol beoond street, end runu;ng bank
Lot m, bloek 0, froatlnt fe't on t e
north side of Carolina street, and running
baek Hal leet.
Lot '21, blook9, fronllt 25 feet on the north
side of Carolina street, northeast oorn.r of
alley east ol beei nil street, Kith wH, and
running baek It 0 feet. Bold as property ot
L. U. Katon
Lot 2H, bloek fi, Fort Plckerlnr. by U
feet north aide ol Jankeon street M feet east
of Wanlilnatnn street, hold as property of
J. II. Miaw, W. 0. Folkesotal.
LntU, block 4, fort riekartnr, fronting 26 -feet
on the soutti aide of iimadway strtet.
southeast corner nl: '.y east of front street,
linn ward, by a deiufi of lltiH leeU Bold M
property of P. M. win era.
Lot 4, block 9, Kort I'i.k.rlnf, 24 hvlOO
feot on the west side of 'I hird street, 74 feet
south ol Ueorxie street, lnth ward.
Lot bloek tf, fronting 24 by IUU loet on th
west side of Third street, luth ward, south
and adjoining lot 4.
Lot A, block , Fort Plokering ,24 by 94 feet,
west aide of rieooud street.
Terms nf MaleOn a credit of six months)
not bearing Interest, with eo tirity, required (
lien retained, redemption barred. Ttiie Jan
uary 211, HMl.
H. I. McDOWELL. Clerk and Majter.
By J. M. llradloy. Deputy Clerk and Master.
II A (I. V. Ileiskall. solicitors.
BY' virtue of a trust deed executed to me.
as trustae, by K. M Apioraon and
tiusan 0. Apt arson, his wife, recorded in
record b ink A 121, page llsl, In th. Cweuit
lourt Clerk's and h.uorder's office of Crit
tenden county, Arkansas, to secure certain
indebtedness theroi i msnt'nned deiault hav
ing been uiade in raid trust deed, I will, at
the request of tbe kei ttloiary in said trust
deed, on (lie
Itlih slay ol Fikrpary, ISSO,
within legal hours at the courthouse denr.
in Memphis, rilmlb eo inty, T.nmssee, offer
lorsile, at publio su iry, for cash, to the
1-ighai.t bidder, th following riiferty Ue-ler-bed
in aid trust detd. to-wit:
I l.i ii in I inn known aa ynokn and Ilerlely
place, situate in Crittenden couialy, Arkan
sas, about nine milna below Mempbts, being
as follows, to-wit: All nf section 111, T tt,
N K, K, nti.1. ltiacrosi WW W W qr sec. 20,
Trt, N K, ! K, Mil anrest B frl itr section 211.
Tl), .'v K,HK, 21(1 acres i MW Irl qr sootiore
3(1, TH. ,N H, U K,Ma,:H acrra; part of Span
bh (irnt No 2.17.1, 2X1. Ii2 acr. si NK qr soe
tion Vfi 'i . N K. 9 li, IHI acies i M , N K qr
.eetliiu :il, Til, N K, II li, Nlaoresi NW qr
secti u :l, T 6. N It, 9 k, bid oros; HW qr
seeli. n Til, N K.K. Ml) 'o-res: bit ur sec
tion 2 1 . NH,1 K, Us) eores : N S s. Hon
.HI. I , N K. H ri. :ta acres: W i all' eetlon
', T II. N H, K, :JU aires: Ira uon;il ,r sec
tion M, Til. N K. 9 a.ulleri'eai fractional
Faction kU, Til, , K, K, li acre.-. S psrt of
Spanish Grant Ko. 2:!7.l,.? N It. 9 E, 114
aen a, in i.ll eonininiiig )) acres, to-
gi-lher with all itnprovettente tliereou and
all appurtenance tnereniro oeli n, ing. 'Hie
e'tuily ot redetiP'tion and r.gta to dower arid
A Is., 'he I .lowini tra"t 1 1 I ito1 i me In
rniteiiilen c.iuii 'y, Arkiitiii!. iitol kiio.'iiss
th. It itg.lt plni e, b' ina Hi" i-t imiI ol "K
irol n Mi. li, N K.H t .. uth
ti . 1 1 it N , ir section -0 'I I. S K . - K, KtK
a-'ie: K qr section 31. 'I I . it k f, -seres:
H'l ii frii.'tiooal tec'i "i I I, N H,
H K. M2 Hiseresi vhesoutb b nl ' 1 n.'l Al,
T 4, t , a K, 12 til t r W ii n :, sl
ur ot lion :t:', T 4, . K. I.. ' it, ies
b.i ig tbn liifj iirigiiiil a ei. i '.'tv
ae io'io.,s itierotn, imr.t. i ' is i !i i.ll ne
pin.eiticts thereon and a I .i i- n ,yn ii. ee
ttie emit heloneing. i 'o- ,,!! it le- ,
d. in. t on and right in d- a i ti..iiio-;ead
w Iveii. . aid p antntioii mi . 't.i ii i nt
,V; 'risiptd river, abuut-. h i- lo,,,,w x,.o ot
A mo, ii s id time and il- "
I w ll ell '.i-e 'ollowing r
i.i ii .le oil said U yn- k i I t
ti . . I'jtl 47 mores, I Ii
I I ... -j, ,i iu. I and eoiutdc i
im I i I vr..g li", pliiMS i i. i
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r. ,-r.ir. nod
111 llio moUS,
a . , : r I . . . -; .. gear and li.ru ti.k' I n i Umi: 'i,
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p- t il III IH f:il.l'H -n. SC.
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ii. f'y.t'ii'i'it and itiMi'i; 1'i.i'iatur. ..i
,itj, Inr-ei ties, Let ol Powt't in ei:hi-r
. . 1 i i " ii ii ' a ry L"- m- a-ij ermat"r
'I'., r... toy ot or-ijxeiiu n ot the erain..
toil ai'c.e vr o.' t imidn-nce. harh bog con
:,i in one teo't' ;:e.it jitnt. II a boi, or
hi to.i ior l'i, sen. I is.dil iirti aid. i a
-t iotiif prlc. ruiri-i i Sit Voa
to.'u.o aiiycaEe. W itli eaob order rroivl
I r-v ux tor mi ihiiu, areiiu.pacied wito : ,
, ittil r.Tid the p'lf.'bi.oir our written
, gjurii to refund the money if the trenu
rnent doe - 01 e3ect a rut-a. OnsrAMae
irsued oClrh .4 h dSaiiiiUX Jt I'lai-
s-u, Mouibis, Tei.n.