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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL-SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 18S6.
JIRS. CRAWFORD'S SHAME
in Mia was un.vLi) ui sib
till iu.es dilee.
'Trial of the Great Loudua Diiorce
Case A Decree for the
London, February 12. The trul of
thedivorca case of Donald C ran lord
-ajaintt his if ), in which Sir Charles
Dilke is a co-respondent, was began
to-dajr. Grm interest is felt in the
case and the coart-room wai crowded
when it was called. Sir Charles ar
rived early and tjok his seat in the
court-room without being recognized
by most of the people in aUsmlance.
Mr. Chamberlain, preaidett of the
Local Government Board, and many
gentlemen prominent in official and
social life, were present.
TDS CASE BK1SO ASNOfSCED,
the petitioner's counsel stated that
the lirst intimation that their client
had of his wife's unfaithfulness was
on the receipt c f eeveia1 anonymous
letters, tl-e wntw ot w uteri warned
Mr. Crawford to beware of "the mem'
ber fiom Chelsea" (Sir Charles Dilke),
Mr. Cntwford thereupon made an in-
' vettigauon into his wife s habits, and
found that the had been correspond-
idi; with one Cant, Forager. This ct
fense ho had condoned. Receiving
farther anonymous letters, Mr. (Jraw
lord taxed his wife with infidel tjr,
Nhe admitted her cuilt and made a
fall confession. She said she hu-1
elect two nighty, in the same bed with
fSirunarits m;ue. uis attentions to
her. she said, had commenced directly
after her marriage. He professed ti
admire her because of her resemblance
to her mother. The wife of the reti
tioner had attributed the anonymous
lettets to the rindictivenets of her
mother. The d titioner's case rested
solely oa the wife's confession. The
servants of Mr. Crawford's household.
counsel said, would give evidence
Bhowinstt at their mistrees bad been
absent from home on the nights she
.fated she hud slept with Sir Charles
Mr. Crawford, was called to the witness
stand and gave testimony supporting
the statements ol bib counsel. Mr,
Craw ford f aid he bad been startled by
his wife asking him whether he would
forgive ber 11 she had been unfaithful
to him. His wife's sisters bad been
shown the anonymous letters, and
bed agreed that they were in the hand
writing ol their mother, in her con
fesaion the witness said Mrs. Craw'
lord had declared that Sir Charles had
compelled her to enter a bed! with
"Fannv." bis mistress. Sir Charles
himself lying beside them. He taught
her every trench vice. He then told
her again Low much she was like her
DECREE FOB CBAWF0BD.
Counsel for the pit1 tioner sub
mitted the evidence ' af. a'nst Mrs.
Crawford, but submitted none against
Sir Charles Dilke. The court granted
Mr. Crawford a divorce fiom his wife
and dismissed the charges egaintt Sir
The concensus cf opinion is that
the filthy revela tions made in the trial,
and his failure to attempt to either
'deny or disprove the charges against
him, have practically ruined Sir
Socialists at Mr. UlaiUtone's Resl
London, February 12 Burns, Hind'
man. Champion, Watts and Williams,
the Socialist leaden who managed the
' Trafalgar Square meeting last Monday,
called in a body to-day at Mr. ulad'
sone's ( fliciel residence, in Downing
street, for the purpose ol obtaining an
interview with that gentleman. Mr,
Gladstone was absent at the time of
the visit, and his secretary received
the callers. The Socialists eUtad that
the object cf their visit wa? to obtain
from Mr. Gladstone some declaration
of the government's intentions with
regard to auording relief for the nn
employed men of the country by
means cf public works. They desired
to obtain this information before
stumping the country in the impend
ing labor agitation, in order to be able
to cany iu much encouragement as
tio.'sible to too people. Mr. ulad-
etone's secretary advised the deputa
tion to ca'l at the oliice of the Secre
tary for Home Affairs, as the subject
was not one properly pertaining to the
Treasury UKoaumerjt, ol which Mr,
Gladstone in first Lord. This reply
was received with dissatisfaction, and
the deputation banded the secretary i
document for Mr. Gladstone's pernsal
This was in, the naturo if a formal
declaration, insisting on beha'fof the
unemployed workingmen that the gov-
ernmjnt take immediate steps to re
lieve their pressing needs.
The Strike at Leicester.
London, February 12. The striking
operatives in the hosiery factory in
Leicester renewed their riotous demon
strations to-day. They attacked and
racked several houses. The police
Ire quently charged the strikers during
the day nud in each instance were re
sisted, many of the policemen being
injured. 1 he authorities, alarmed at
the aggressiveness of the strikers and
seeing that the regular police force
was inadequate to cope with the dis
orderly element), have ordered the ap
pointment of Special policemen, and a
number of citzsns are now being
sworn in to do duty as such.
To-night the strikers smashed many
windows and stoned the police. The
police of the adjacent towns have
beeen reinforced. Many arrests have
nissatisflea Wills Parnell.
Dcbi.in, February 12. The Dublin
Erprem, Tory, ttit?s that Mr. Diitfar
intends to withdraw from the House
of Commons in consequence of Mr.
Parnell's refusal to make concessions
to the voters of Galway by withdraw
ing Capt. O'Shea in favor of the local
-candidate, Mr. Lynch, whom the citi
zens had regularly nominated and in
dorsed before Mr. Parnell's interfer
ence in the campaign. The Exprtu
also declares that a number ofjothers
-among the present adherenhTof Mr.
Parnell are discututied with his course
in the Galway election business, and
that they will decline to recognize
-Japt. O'dhcaand even carry the op
position to the point of resigning their
Liverpool, February 12. It is re
ported that a large firm engaged in
the cotton trade in this city has failed.
Liverpool, February 12. A leading
weekly grain circular says the wheat
trade bat been quiet. Values gener
Ottawa, Okt, February 12. The
Dominion government wi'ij be aiked
to place a sum in the estimates to im
prove the Red river with a view to its
utilization in the Hudcon Bay toute.
Toronto, Febriary 12. The Domin
ion Live Stock Association commenced
its first annual meeting here yester
day, and decided to establish an in-
uraoce company among the members
'or inmrirg cattle in transit beween
Canaua ana tun Una. rurty tnonsand
dollars was eab-cnueJ in tew min
Paris, February 12. Jules Ctlei Vn
JaTiD the eminent r rench rhysinan
is dead. He was sixty-seven years of
London. February 12. Mr- Cbil
dera, Home Secretary, has appointed
committee, cf which he is president.
to lEQOire into the character ana on
gin of the recent riots and the conduct
ol the police.
Fierce Dfaaaelatloa of the Cb.aa
cellar's Palish Palirjr.
Chicaoo, III , February 12. A maw
meeting of roliah citizens was held
last evening in this city, the ol'ject cf
which was to protest arainet the re
cent edict of Bismarck txpelling the
Poles from Prussian Poland. Speeches
were male in Herman and relish,
the speakers indulging in fierce de
nunciations of the Gorman Chan
cellor and Kaiser William's govern
ment They expatiated upon the
wronps cf the toiling masses, and con
eluded with arraigning two if the
local daily German newspapers for
upholding Bismarck s scheme. At'.er
the orators had finished, the folow
ing preamble and resolutions were
" Whkbxak, The decree of Bismarck
against the Poles is the mo it barbaric
infamy of any dtspot and tyrant of
modern tunes; and whereas, the out
rage against the Poles cannot be looked
upon as being directed pyainst the
much oppressed descendants of stolen
Po'and, but as one against the human
family of which all nationalities are
autre mem' ers; therefore, be it
Jittolved, That large demonstration
be held toiuise an (tractive protest
against the banishmer t of the Polish
people from their homes, and that all
people of this city, regardless c f na
tionality, be invited to take part in the
A committee to arrange for the pro
posed demonstration was appointed.
NEWS IN BRIEF.
Vincenne. Ind.. February 12. A
destructive fire occurred at midnight
at Bridgeport, ill.
Feoria, 111., February 12. U. M.
White, clothier, was closed this morn'
ing on confessions ot judnrent for
' LaSalle, 111., February 12. Two
children of David Fink are dancer
ouely ill from eating salt pork infected
wits trichime. Six other cases tave
been reported in this vicinity.
Nyack, N. Y.. February 12. The
severest rain-storm of many years pre
vailed tnroaghout dockland county
yesterday. The West Shore tracks at
Orangeburg are so covered with water
that the fires in the engines are put
out. i ravel is greeny delayed.
Chicago, 111 , February 12. Judge
Kegers this morning overruled the
motion for a new trial in tbe Wilbur
. Storey will case. He directed that
he will executed in February, 1831,
he admitted to probate. The attorney
ior thecicoi heirs tooic nu appeal.
Boston, Mass., February 12. It was
asserted last night tbet Kyan fcai not
kept his word in putting up the forfeit
lor the pioposed match, bpoiting men,
even some of Kyan's best friends, say
that this is a bluff game, and that
Kyan will sever meet Champion Sul
Lone Island Citv. N. Y.. February
12. Three hundred bodies of soldiers
from the burying-giound on Gover
nors Island were yesterday deposited
in the new graves in the National
Cemetery, Cypress Hills, Newtown.
Some of the. remains were buried
nearly 100 years ago. ,
New Brunswick, N. J., February 12.
The Baritan river has overflowed its
banks, and submerged the lower part
ol tbe city. All business in tbe ship
yards and coal-yards along tbe river
has been suspended, and tbe vorks of
tbe New Jersey Rubber Company have
been compelled to shut down.
New York, February 12. The lale
by the sheriff of the real estate be'ong'
ing to the Weetern Union Telegraph
Company to satisfy a judgment of
$150,000 wai announced to take place
at the Uty Mall to day, but on appli
cation of counsel for the corporation
it !was' adjourned until March 12th
next, notwithstanding the opposition
advanced by the Attorney-General. It
is thought the mattor will be settled
in the meantime.
Cincinnati, O., February 12. A
local freight train on the Little Miami
Kail road iai into tbe Lookout dum
my, a Btreet-car nud engine com
bined, at a closing in the extreme
eastern part cf the city, and broke
the dummy to pieces. The engineer,
Henry Coons, was piobably fat illy
injured. Mrs. Hears, Mrs. Tinley and
Mrs. Smith, all of Mount Lookout,
were slightly injured, as were also
Conductors Mullen and Conway.
Flosds at Trenton.
Trenton, N. J., February 12. The
rains of tbe past few days have caused
the ice in tbe Delaware river to break
at Yardleyville, Pa , and the lower
poition of Trenton is submerged. On
Fair and Bridge ttreetsthe water is
even with the second stories of the
houses and the o:cnrants have eonght
safety on tbe upper floors. The bridges
actors Assanpink have been carried
away, ihe damage to furniture, resi
dences and mills will be very heavy.
Travel on the Pennsylvania railroad
between this city and New York is
suspended. Locomotives have been
run on (o tbe bridges in order to pre
vent their being swept away. The
residents paddle the streets in boats in
tbe vicinity of Washington and Fac
tory streets'. Such a flood has not been
experienced here since 1857.
Fears of an Antl-Ubine.e Outbreak
Portland, February 12. There are
fears of trouble here to-morrow or Sun
day, similiar to that wh ch occurred
at Seattle this week. A large conven
tion . of anti-Chinese organizations,
trades unions, etc., has been called
for Saturday, and Burnett G. Uaswell,
who styles himself organizer cf the
International Workmen's Labor Or
ganization of California, Arizona and
Nevada, has arrived here, and by com
mon consent, has been placed at the
head of the movement to expel the
Chinese by force. It is thought an
effort will be made to ship them to
San Francisco by steamer. There are
3000 Chinese in Portland. The trouble
if inaugurated, it is feared, will be in a
la'ger Bcale than tbe Seattle trouble.
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A FAR-REACIllAi; DECISION
TliE SETT ORDER EXEXPTINU
CAKT0.N5J F1105I DL'IV.
Effect on the fletcuues of
Country Heavy Lra to the
New Your. February 12. Tbe Her
ald this morning says: The more the
cnttom-honse officials ponder over the
new Treasury order exempting car
tons from duty necessitated by the
decision of the Supreme Court the
more they are appalled ft the far-
reaching consequences cf the new in
terpretation ol the statute nod tbe
more firmly are they persuaded that
while in luw the Supreme Court find
ing may be all right in equity, it is
''dead wiong." In October 'ait the
United St ties Circuit Court decided
the test suit in favor of the govern
ment, and the reversal of this decision
by the Supreme Court was entirely
unexpected. All customs officers
unite in declaring that unless Con
gress acts promptly in amending the
present law there will be confusion
worse confounded. "How shall the
appraiser aecertuin the dutiable value
of tbe naked goods themselves silk
ribbonp, say which are put up in cai
tons especially to enhance their mar
ket value?" asked an official. "A
tricky importer can swell the itvm of
cost by racking, while he lessens the
of tsnsible cost of the naked merchan
dise. He makes the bulauce all right
n far as his own ledger is concerned,
but he places serious obstacles in the
way cf the appraiser. Some gcois,
for iiutaoce are worth lees tl an what
they are raoked in. An invoice of
$11,000 worth of shoe blacking fun
jost been liqnidated at about $4000
under this decision. I should net be
surprised it tbe loss on the custom
house at tbispoit caused by this de
cisioo amounts to $20,000,000.
Appraiser of the Port McMillen,
who fcai been in tbe service and ough
to know, est mates that it will be at
Naval Officer Buit yesterday re
ceived from Washington a note from
Asaistant Secretary Fairchild request
ing him to make aa estimate of Re
amount required to refund to import
ers tbe duties 'which have been ex
acted at the New York custom-bouse
on cartons since tbe law of March 3,
1883, went into effect, and also to
give an approximation of the decrease
in the annual collections at this custom-house
which will result from the
new order. Tbe ravul officer was
greatly perplexed by this request. "I
wish you or somebody else could tell
me bow to answer that letter," he
eaid. "It involves the overhauling of
about 30,000 appeals, which means,
probably, tomething like 100,000 in
voices. We cannot pretend to go
into all these cases, and can only ar
rive at an appioximstion by a mere
guess work. I don't know when I
shall be able to arrive at any result in
making the calculation that the de
partment wants. In fact, I don't see
how it is possible to get at it all with
anything like exactitude." Col. Burt
thinks the cartons decision is the
most serious embarrassment that evor
occurred in the customs administra
tion of this port. "It meaus," he
eays, "a most serious deficit in the
income which Secretary Manning has
counted upon to meet the expenses of
the fiscal year, and, further, an im
mense amount of money will have to
be refunded to importers.
Movement Looking to tba Settle
ment of All Dlfll i nitios.
Wheemso, W. Va., February 12.
In his official report of the meeting of
the Weetern Nail Association at Pitts
burg yesterday, Secretary Wise says
he reeeived a communication Lorn
Secretary Chew of the United Nailers
and Heaters' Association saying that
the Executive Board of bis association
had authorized him to state that that
body would waive tbe position which
it had assumed if tbe manufacturers
would waive their position, thus leav
ing matters open for a conference. In
reply to this tbe manufacturers said
that the success of the naii manufact
uring interetU of tbe West debarred
them from receding from the main
basis of the scale, and it was resolved
tb at for reasons involving the manu
facturers honor with their present
workmen that they could not consent
to any conference looking to any in
terference with the workmen now em
ployed. A comnri'tee was appointed
to confer with the Nailers' Association
looking lo a settlement of other ques
tions involved. Monday, February
15th, at Wheeling was suggested ai
the time and place for holding the
Tbe Hostile Apacbea.
Santa Fe, N. M.. February 12. Ad
vices have been received from Fort
Bowie, Ariz., at tbe military head
quarters here to the effect that Gen.
Crook leaves here to-day to meet Chief
Geronimo at the Mexicuu line and
confer concerning the surrender of the
Apaches now on the war-path. Lieut.
Maus arrange! for the meeting a
month a;o, and the Apaches have so
far kept the compact then entered
into. The hostiles are worn out and
starved. Gen. Crook will adopt more
stringent measures than ever to keep
the Apaches on their reservation.
The system of counting will be
changed from heads of the families to
tbe chiefs and sub-chiefs. The latter
will be responsible to tbe chiefs and
the chiefs directly accountable to the
agents for every adult in their hands.
Tbe White Mountain Apaches are
held in the immediate vicinity of the
agencies, where they can be seen. Any
Indian suspected ol preparing to leave
the reservation is put into the guard
house and bis herees and arms confis
cated. Gen. Crook thinks this system
will prevent an outbreak in the spring.
The He tall Mboe Dealers.
New York, February 12. The Re
tail Shoe Dealers' Association of
America is tbe nam of the .new or
ganization formed in this city by the
retail shoe dealers yesterday. The
platform declares the purposes of the
associa.ion to be the advancement of
the shoe dealers' interest, opposition
to all sales of shoddy, goods, and to
take measures to drive out of tbe
business dishonest and unreliable
men. All towns and cities having
four or more retail stores will be al
lowed to organize a branch associa
tion. The convention closed with a
banquet in tbe evening.
The Broadway Railroad Heandal.
New Yobk. February 13. The ex
amination cf Jacob Sharp by Koscoe
Oonkling, aj counsel for the State
Senate Investigation Committee, was
continued to-day. Mr. Sharp's mem
ory was in no better condition than
before. Nothing add tional was de
veloped beyond the fact that Sharp
was utterly unable to remember what
be had done with over $1,500,000
wotth of bonds of the Broadway
. cnrni i -
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Piimt and t now rut Jatml Tnitt Fta!t
VnilU. Imnn. Orange, Alm.w.1, R.v. lc,
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PKICe B A KINO P0WDEH CO..
CMICACO. ST. LOUIS j
Predicted Defeat lo the Banner with
The "King Bee" tf a Monop
oly Aspiring Co.
Said that the people, after being eured
would deumnd their money luck, and any
firm adotinK the rule would (ail,
But pinning our fuith to the Universal
Iloneatjr of manhood and womanhood, with
an abiding faith in our oft-proved reinedr
we continued to flout our banner with "N
Cure I No Pari" thereon, with unprece
We authorlte merchant! dealing In
"Qulnn'i Pioneer Blood Itenewer" to refund
the money If it does not cure all Blood and
Skin Diieaaei, Rheumathttn, lilood Polion,
Glandular Swelling!, Sorofula, Malaria and
D Perfect Spring tfelicine,
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or aecret diaoaaes. Quick, icrmanont cures
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Kecent cuoa of (ionorrhe and Hyphilia
curod In a f w day without the una of mer
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busineaii. beenndary Byrhilis, the last vos
tiuo eradicated withouttno usn of mercury.
Involunnnry lttaa of somen stopped in s short
tiino. HutVerera from iinpotency or loss of
sexual powers roatored to freeviuor in a few
weeks. Victims of solf-abune and excessive
renery, suffering from apormatorrhon snd
loss of physioal and mental power, speedily
and permanently cured. Particular atten
tion paid to the Disoaaea f Woinon, nnd
Cure! guurantoed. Piles and old sores oared
withoutthe use of cau-ticor the knife. All
consultations strictly confidential. Medi
cines sent by cgpresi to all parti of the
narWorkingmon enred at half the usual
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Forts years at 37 Court Place, now at
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IIS Ali ESTATE
No. 3299, R. (O)-Chancery Court of Shelby
oounty State of Tennessee, for use, etc..
v, Win. K. Ilutleretal.
BY virtue of an interlocutory decree for
sale, entered in the ubovs cause on the
6th day of November, 1K5, minute book Ml,
Cage W, I will loll, at public auotios, to tbe
iichest bidder, in front of the Clerk and
Master's office, eourt-houso of Shelby coun
ty, Memphis, Toon., on
Hnturtlny, Frbrniir; SO, IHH6,
within leral hours, the fnllowlnc described
property, situated in Memphis, Shelby ooun
ty, Tenn., to-wit:
Lot No. 10, country lot 470, beginning at
the intersection of the south side of Market
streot with toe cast side of the alley running
north and south betwon and para'lol to
Third and Fourth streets ; thence south with
the east line of said alley feet, more or
less, to anothor alley parallol to Market
streot; thonoe east with tne north line cf
said last named alley HH'i feet; thence
north 2110 feet, more or loss, to the aoutn line
of Market street; thence west with said
street 14'' feet to the beginning, said lot
being known as tbe Titus homestead.
Terms of Sale On a credit of H'X months;
f purchaser to execute note with security;
ien retained and redemption barred.
This January 2H, lSi.
8. 1. MoDOWELI,, Clerk and Majter.
By .1. M. Bradley, Ueputy C. and M.
J . W. Hampton, solicitor.
BJci All JBNTATE
No. 5292, R-Chancery CourCof Shelby Coun
ty Stats ol Tennessee fur its wn use,
etc, ti. OaVe Judah et al., and Hn. I!..)
(F). State of Tennestee ti. W. K. Butler
BY virtue of an interlocutory decree for
alt entered in the above cause on the
2ilth day ol November. 1M, M. B. 50. nags
21i, I will sell, st public suction, to the hign-
est bidder, in Iron! ol tne wiert and Mas
tor's office, courthouse ot Skelby county,
Memphis, Tenn., on
Natardaj, i'ebrnary 20, ltH,
within legal hours, the following described
property, situated in Shelby county. Tenn.,
i-wit: Fart ot Iota Uti7 and ', fronting
20 17-100 feet on the north side of Washing
ton street by a depthof M feet, the east line
b log teet wait of Second street. Sold
as property of Wm. and Sarah Plynn.
Part mt west side ot Third street,
frontinf feet, and running bpek
feet, said lot being on the northwest corner
of Third street and the alley between Adam!
and Washington streets, rold as property of
James W. Kichardion and others.
Terms ol Sale-On acreditof six months; .
note bearing interest with security required;
lien retained, redemption barred, ibis Jan
nary 21. 1KN6.
S. I. MoDOWELL, Clerk and Master.
By J.M Bradley.Deputy Clerk snd Muter.
V. H. k 0. W. Ueiakeli and J. W. Uamp
Wholesale and Retail Butters Spec-tatty, snd prices cut to meet tbe tistss.
UliAKANTKKD SO fit libit IN Tlltk MAKKbt.
IIcnl CroaiiM'ry, 2hc itr lb. 3 froauicry, JMc per lb.
lalry. 111, 1 1, in, 1H, SO nud 32c u r lb.
Is. KM rteml Hlreel. Oppssalls realofflee, Teleihan (.
J1JIES J ll NM1T1I V CO.
W. W. SCHOOLFIBLD. L3UI8 BANAUKR.
2rfi and 2.58 Front
Cotton Factors, Wholesale Grocers.
No. 306 Front Street Memphis. Tenn.
WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS,
JVOS. 78 AND 280 FRONT STREET, MEMPHIS.
Capital, $200,000. Surplus, $25,000.
J. U. GODWIN, Pres'U J. M. G001)UaK, Ylce-Pres't. C. II. KAINE, Cashier.
Xlosti-ci oxT XllreotorB.
D. T. PORTKR. J. M. OOOUBAR,
W. 8. llKUCK, M. GAVIN,
F. M. NKLRON, T.B.SIMS,
J. W. SMITH, CUARLKS KNET,
W. N. W1LKKRHON, K. T. COOFKH,
JOllN AKMISIKAl), 0. B. BRYAN.
svsrA Depoallory of I he Ntnle or Teiinrwar. TrnnsaM a SinnU tUtsiklBB
BaaiBtiaHi nod srfWM SpeHilal Allrntlon to follnllriass si
Cotton Factors, Wholesale Grocers,
No. 11 Union Street, : t JlempliU, Tenn.
M. 0. PKARCE.
Cotton Factors & Commission r.lerch ts,
No. 276 FRONT STREET, MEMPHIS. TENN.
Cotton Worclioiiso No.. tM aod SO, Union Htrool.
Curry C'oiiibn, IIoi-mo ItriiHbCH.
A oiuIle Iilne or llic ubote UootlM nt I.owcmI lricM.
HAI)IT,i:,4, lIAIKNlfi 1NU COTAItS,
301 and 30J Main Mrcet, Moiuphl, Tcnu.
W. A. GAGE & CO.
No. 300 Front Ntreet, : Ulempliift, Tenn.
tQr Will pay Uood PrlcoM for MOTES, U IS VA1.LH and
TICA8IIY t OITO. of all dcHcrlptlon.' Nend for Circular
and PrlceM Paid.
1ST. W. SF3 3E3fl., Jr.
75 Vanee Street, Memphis, Tenn.
Oils c&5 ZLXTcfVsEtl Stores
Ofllce, 349 Front Street, MemphiH, Tenn.
LARGEST BREWERY IN AMERICA.
Jos. Schlitz Brewing Gompanv,
MFMP1IT THlllUnr I omroond RottllnK Work.. AlOVDloa
iUJCiilll. 11 M.O lilt A A f Depot mutt leebetM, aor.Holn fe Anitu a
S. ROESCHUR, Agent, Memullis, Tenn.
! In 1S89, 800,00 Barrels... ..Hjle of. M ensphl. Brsusesi. 100,006 Kki
Hialmi las l4, Sno.OOO HrriU.
H. davlsj. Joha . IliTaaj.
Wholesale Grocers. Cotton Factors
And Commission Marchanta,
232 and 234 Front St., Hempliis, Sto
HKTWKKJf aVDJLIU AH O JKrFEKMOS.
Mr. I. N. BALNKY devotes hit whole time to the weighing and la's of sll Cotton .nkmitod
to oar charge. Cotton Warehouse, Washintton street.
U. O. MILLER.
St.. Memphis. Tenn.
J. R. GODWIN,
3. W. FALLS.
W. P. DUN A VAN!
R. J. BLACK,
II. K. COr-FlN,
JOUN la. WoCLELLAN.
Lap It I UK",
, J. Clays
Ko. P. t. Carcery Coart of Shelby
com. tr Male of Tenseoaee lor its owa at.,
eir., va. Catherine Httrsao et si.
HY Tirtne of sa Interlocutory decree) tor
sale entered in tbe above enpse o. th.
24th dai c Deoeoih r, 1ka, M. B. 60, rare
fati, I will sell t public auction, to thf high
est bidder, in front o the Clerk snd Master a
office, courthouse ol bus bj ecuntj, Mem
phis, Tenn., on
Matorday, Marvh , Itttt.
within l.iral houra, the followinf deaerlbed
pri'i arty, silusted in bhelby county, lennee-
Lot ii, black 10, F W Bmlth'i sabdlri.
sl..n,4H', bv l' fret on the west side of Or
leans street, southwest corner of slley a rth
of ft. l'aul street. Sold ss propetty of M.
Lot .M, block Irl. east side of Third street,
Ml feet south ol Ueor.ia street, M by Ui
fret. Sold aa protierty of Thomas Nacle.
Lot block In, east side of Third street.
Mih ward, 24 b H2'fe.t, the north line be
li.u 74 icct south ol Ocursia street. Sold as
proi.rty t f I homes Naale
Lot It, block 1, Iron tint; 24 feet en th. .sat
side ot Water street, Fort Pickering, and
tunning hack oU feet. Hold ss property ol
the Oriensal Powder Co.
Lot M, Polk's sut'dirision, Mby ITOfettoa
south aide of Oetrfia street, the wesll'ne bs
Ins .tlifcet east of Orleans strees. Bold as
proaertr of .1 W. Puroell.
Lot 4H, block II. east side of Second streot.
24 by nil feet, 'J6 leel north ol Alabama
street, luih w.rd.
Lotll.b'ock 11, ea'tiide of Second street,
24 by lio, 72 f. ct north of Alabama.
Lot 4.!, block 1 1 , eaat aide of Second street,
24 by !'i tert, luth ward.
Lot 4:t, block 11, eaat aidoof rjeoond street,
24 by in i f-.t.
Lot 44, bloi k II. east aide of Sacand street,
24 by lit) tu t. Sold aa properly of Samuel
bclieiblrr and otbera.
Lot 22. block 17, north side of Carolina
struct, br lis) feot. Ml feet oast of Fourth
street. Sold aa property ol Thomas Nelaon.
Lot 21, hlo'k 17, north aide of Or lisa
streat, 2Tt by liai lost, 7.' fee' east of Fourth
street. Sold as rroicrty ol Thomaa Ne'von.
Lot 2i, block II, aoutn aide of llroadway,
2' br 17U Icct, 1i fret eaat ol alloy east of
Third atreet, loth ward.
Terms n r?uloOn a credit of sis months;
note with security bearing interest rouired t
Hen retained, redonnlioa barrsd. Tina Feb
ruary 1, IK''.
8. i. Mi'DOWRLL, Herk and Maat.r
Ity.l. M. llrndler, Denuty Clerk A Maatar.
F. 11 M C. W. Heiikell. boln itors.
It K lis INSTATE.
No. 5101 , R. -Chancery Court of Bhelby conn -ty-
State of Tennessee for Its own use, elo.,
t John Overton, Jr., et al.
BY virtue of aa Interlocutory decree for
tale entered in tot above oaune on th.
2.tii day ot November, 1H.1A, M. II. ISO, pas.
ill), I will nil at publfi auction, to th. high
est bidder, in front of I he Clerk and Ma iter's
office, eourthouss oi fchelby oounty, Mem
phis, Tenn., on
Natnrdajr, rrhrnarv go, US a,
within legal hours, ths following described
proiarty, situated in bhelby county, Tenn .
Lot 12, block H, Donaldson subdivision,
fronting 40 by 212 feet on the weat side of
l)enn arenua, 2lr leet south of lieorgia street.
Lot I t, block Vt, west side of Dean avenue,
40 by 212 feet, adjoining lot 12 on the south,
bold as property of W, T. Dnalilson.
Lot 14, block 21, Fort Pickering, Irontlng
28 leet on the north aide of Alabama street,
nortbweat corner of Htth and Alabama, by
a depth of Ml leet. bold as property ol P. M.
Lot A, block ft, Fort Tinkering, fronting tS
feot on the north side of Alabama strvet by
a depth ol UliS leet, being 2f leet weat of
Lot 7, block 6, fronting 2. feet on the north
a'deof Alabama treet, Hlth ward, and run
ning back UilS feel, said lot adjoining luttt
oii tlit weat.
Lot II, block 6. norlh aidoof Alabama
street, loth ward, 'i'i by lilt -i feot, being M
foot west of Second stroat. Hold as proerty
ot II. K. Atiilrows and others.
Lol .7 and 2. block 12. Fort Pickering,
fronting 50 feet nn the south sidu o. Alabama
struct by a depth of 100 leet. Sn d aa th.
proputly of U. A. M. Yarbraand P.M. Win
ters. Fast half of lot A, block 9, F. W. Rniitha'a
(ubdivition. fronting fJ leet on the north
aide nl St. Paul street .1m) feet west of Uosle.
street and running back 146 foot. Hold as
property of Mary L Still and Henry Kyan.
Lot 111, block V. fronting 2A leet on th.
north sid. of Carolina atreit 2& leet east of
allry east of Seooud street, and runoint back
Lot 20, btook 9, fronting 25 feet oil tl
north side of Carolina street, and running
bsck Kill foot.
Lot 21, blocks, frontlrgj.l feet on the north
aide of Carolina streot, northeast corner of
alley tMl cf Hem nd street, 10th ward, and
running back It'll. fset. bold at property ol
L.. ti. r aton.
Lot 2M, bin
feet north ai
Ulock 6, Fort Pickering, 25 by 118
I tide ol Jaotson street 50 feet east
of Washington street. Bold aa property of
J. 11. Shaw, W.C. Folketetsl.
Lot6, block 4, fort fick.rlnr, fronting 25
feet on the south tide of llroadway street,
southeast oorner ofsllsy east of Front street.
10th ward, by s depth of HUH leet. bold as
property of P. M. Win ers.
Lot 4, block 9, Fort JMrkering, 24 by 100
feet on the west side of 1 bird street, 74 feat
south of Uenrgia atroet. loth ward.
Lot 5, block A. fronting 24 by 1U0 feet on th.
west slda of Third street, 10th ward, south
and adjoining lot 4.
Lot ft. block 8, Fort Pickering, 24 by 94 feet,
weat side of Second ttreet.
Terms of bale On a oredlt of til months t
note braring interest, wtjh security, required!
lien retained, redemption barred. Tois Jan
uary 211, ihnI.
b. I. McDOWELL, Cli rk and Master.
By J. M. Dradlny, Deputy Clerk and Master.
K. 11 tl. W. Hatskall. Solicitors.
BY virtue of a trust deed executed to me.
ss trustee, by K. M. Apieraon snJ
Suann II. Apierson, hit wife, recorded In
record hook A (21, page 4O0, in the Circuit
Court Clerk's snd Itooordor I ofllce of Crit
tonden county, Arkansas, to secure certain
indeliteilneas thcroia mantioned. default hsv
ing been made in ryid trust deed, I will, st
the re'iueat of tbe et lOoiary In laid trust
dued, on tbe
ltllh tlay ol rtkruarr, 1HS6,
within legal houra st the courthouse door,
in Memphis, bbelb eo miy, Tennessee, offer
for sale, at public sultry, for cash, to th.
highest bidder, th.. following property do
tenbed in said trust deed, to-wlti
Plantation known sa rnoke and Dcrkely
place, situate in Crittenifeu cnunty, Arkan
sas, about nine miles below Memphis, being
as follows, to-wlti All of section 19, T ti,
N It, 9 K, 601.10 aoros i WW NWqr see. 20.
T A, N H, 9 K, HO aerest b Irl ur section 20,
TO, N K,9b', 240 acres) NW frl ir section
M, T , N R, 9 K, V&.M sores; part or Span
ish PlrantNo. 2:17:), 2H1.02 acres; N K or sea
tion 2.'i. T tl. Nil.) K. llaj sorest M J4N K ur
section .11, TO, N K, 9 K. HOscrrt; NW .ar
tection :1, T 8. N R, K, Wl acres; 8W qr
section Ml, Til, N K, 9 K. hi) acres: SK qrsoo
tinn 2o. TH.NH.SE, 100 acres : N S. section
.10, T l,NKil K. .120 sores i W half . action
2r, T 6, N H, 8 K, 1W acres) fractional qr seo
tion JO, T fi, N K, 9 K. 50 sorest fraotional
Hon IV. T 0. IS it. K. 12 acres : b Part of
bpanish Urant No. 2:171, T 0, N 11, 9 K, 1W4
acres, in all containing BUU III acres, to
gether with all inirovenienta thoreon and
all appurtenances thereunto belonains. Tha
O'liilty of redemption and right to (lower and
Also, thelollowing tract or land t tcate in
Crittenden oounty, Arkansaa, and knoan as
the ilurgitt place, being the ea.t half of SK
qr of section U), 14, N 11, 8 K, Ml acres; south
half of Nr. qr lection 10, T 4. N K.H K, W
acres; MK qr leotion 81. T 4, N K. 8 K, 100
acres: allot fractional section 2U. T 4. N K.
8 K. '.I2.t8 acres) the south half of lection 20.
1 4, n tt, a k, isi m acres) NW Iractional
qr of lection 12, T 4, N K, 8 K, 144.2s acres,
being the 10it9 original acres, and also 12(a)
anoretions thereto, togethor with all im
provements thereon and all appurtenances
thereunto belonging. Tne equity of re
demption snd right to dower snd homestead
waived. Said plantation is situated on tne
Mississippi river, about 25 miles below Mem
phis. Also, at laid time and place, on laid terms,
I will tell the following peronal property,
situate on said Wynokeand Uerkelei planta
tion, to wit i 47 mules, 41 head of cattle.
4 hots, a full snd complete let and assort
ment of wagons, plows, niowera, gears and
farming implements. It being all tne uiuirs,
cattle, boas, gear and farming iuitdeinentg
on laid plantation. Title believed to ba
good, though I tell only aa trustee,
bale to oummence at 12 o'clock.
W. M. SNKKU. Trustee.
HE4.LT II IN WEALTH Da. I. C.
Wur'.Niiviiit IlaAiK TaiTuaT,
agusranieed specific for Hysteria, Disti
neas. Convulsion, Fits, Nervous Neural
gia, lleadachs, Nerve's Prostration, caaaed
by the use ol alcohol or tebaeoot Wake
fulness, Mental Depression, Sa'tcnirji ol lb.
Brain, resulting in Insanity snd last ing to
misery, decay snd death; Premature id
Age, liarrenness. Loss ot Power in either
s- Involuntary Losses and Spermator
rhea, cau.i j by over-eierlion of the brain,
telf-abuseororciindulgence. Each bog con
tains one montu a treatment. II a box, er
six boxes for 16, tenth v mail prepaid, on
receipt of price. We suarret a bix Boiea
to cure any case. With each order r'oeivad
by at for lix boxes, accompanied wu..
w. will lend the purehaaer our written
gaarsttei to refund th. money if th. treat
ment doe' -ot elect a cure. Guarantee.
Istned only b A. KKNaUKX 00., Drag
ila , Meaphis. lenav.