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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1886.
1 ST. LOUIS SBB1TI0J.
FaTalV SHOOTING AFFRAY
TWEE TWO DENTISTS.
Cue of Cruelty
Crime Twa Keg-re Bojs
B. Lotus, Mo., February 25. Dr.
dward H. Ootttssbot and probably
faUllj wounded Dr. A. B. Keith at
tha corner of Fourteenth and Tine
strettt this morning-.. Both of thi
men are dentists, and Lt V stated that a
jealous baa existed between theou
for a Ions time. Coatee baa been en
deavoring fjr year past to procaie a
dliorce Irom bla wile, bat baa been
aniaeoesafal inbiaeflorta. Dr. Keith
haa in the meantime been a defender
and sympathiser ef Mrs. Coat es, and,
aiinoaon ne u aixiy-nre yeara ci see.
he baa been accused by tha ltdy'a
BwDind ct improper relations with
hie wile. Ooatea haa been despondent
lor some time, ana tuts morning an-
aoancrd bia intention of drowning
hineelf and started toward the
river to carry oat bia purpose, bat
upon r merging from the hoaae be met
Dr. Keitb, and alter intemhangiDi
eome hot words be accused Keith if
baTinfr canned all bia nnhapplnrsr,
and tbe latter denying it a draggle
ensued, bold men (ailing to tbe
ground. Upon Keith's arising and
attempting to walk away from bia an.
Ugonist Ooatea drew a revolver from
bia pocket and discharged it with the
Xoirr. Dr. Keith waa taken to tha
City Hospital where bia wound waa
pronnoed fatal, and where be died at
1 :45 o clock Uils altsrroon.
member everything that bai hap
pened. Tbe only food she baa
had waa corn meal and water,
Tbe woman bad so clothing
or covering bat . an old buffalo
rohe with neatly all the fur worn of),
When the relief party arrived some
dirty bed clr thing was fonnd which
hi not previously been there, and
other things with which Orogar bad
rie t put a mo'w favorable aspect cn
th: c se. Uroger allege on bis part that
(be woman waa not insane when lm
prisoned, but merely ' devi'isb, and
that the tore her clothing off and be
haved very badly, benre be put berin
'bn kennel to quell her turbulent
spirit He further alleges that be was
Killing to take ber home to bin
f itber's, in Plumer, if she would be
have herself. Mra. Groger was taken
to Frarklin. She has the app arance
of a sane woman, but bears tokens of
bestial treatment Her body and
limbs are swollen and she has an ab
scess on her side of a painful charac
ter Grrger baa been held in $-00
tail, as tbe charges do not entail
severe punishment. The feeling is
running very hieh,
ftsserl la Uli AMcaalt,
Pitt-bubo. Pa-. February 25. A
Lowville. Erie county, special says:
I ma. village was tniown into great ex
citement to-day over tbe arrest of
Charles Howard, a prominent young
man of tbia place, on a charge of em
bfsziement. Howard baa been run
ning a grocery store at Bear Like for
the patt year for another party, and is
aiiegea to be fayuu short la nis ac
THE MIXOttITT BEPOBT OS THE
Tbe Governor, Nnperinfendent and
Lesieea Completely Tludlcated
Business in Both Houses.
ttatalaa; Uh4i llader
Chicago. III.. February ?5 Joseph
T. McKee, a merchant at Wood bridge,
1). T., and Associate Judge of tbe
eouniy in which be resides, Is nndsr
arrest in tula city, on a charge of oh
tainlng goods by false pretensee. His
aeeoeers are Decker A Co., dry goods
merchants. Tbe complaint. 4 that
aboat three montha go McKee se
cured credit rf f 0)00 worth oi goods
from lacker a Co. oy representing be
ewaed real estate and other aeeets
snlident to make him reliable.
When tbe bills matured tee firm drew
oa their customer, bat tbe drain were
protested, and tbe fluff ft tried some
qniti inquiries in Woodbridse, and
claim to have learned tl at McKee bad
no inch goods. A search warrant w at
taken oat and served, with tbe reealt
that the merchandise irai found in a
left over McKee 'si tore. Ho had cut
a bole in tbe ceiling, and, ait r getting
.the goods up, closed tbe open Inn and
plastered the ceiling, so that there wss
no existing evidence that any luch
aperture naa been made. The goo is
were replevined, and are now being
ansae me suDject oi a replevin suit.
McKee waa Indict! here about three
weeks a;o fir obtaining credit by false
pretense, and a detective went ont to
arret I nlm.
Lrma Bock, Ask , February 25.
Oa the Jones farm, near Odlnmuus,
this Bute, last Friday, while two
negro boya, Tamer and Ed. Stuait,
were chopping .wood another boy
came op with a goo. A dispute row
eiween me coy wnn the gon aud
Tamer 8toart about the Dnsseasion of
an ta, the first boy demanding It and
the latter refusing U give it op. As
me depute waxed hotter the boy
picked op his gun and started toward
Turner, when bla fx t caught In acme
ornao, causing mm to tall, and at tbe
aaroe time tbe run waa discharged. A
parti i tbe load struck Tomer St lart,
klllirg him instantly, aud Ed, ftoa t
reeaivea a ahot in tba rsoatb, which
glaoeed cown and lodged in bia body,
fatally wounding him. At tbe pre
liminary trial yesterday tbe boy who
ota tae shotting waa discharged, he
0 g aader twelve years of a and
av Mm oi Arkansas applying to his
Werklaaaaesi aad tae Tariff.
1'iTTHmiiwi, fA rt'hriiarv zr. At a
conference of Ialor lenders held here
butt evening, it was decided to send a
representative committee of working-
men to WnKliiiiirtnn to advocate tho
interests of tarill' lx;fore Contmm
Among those prrant nt the meeting
were 1'resKlimt Weilie of the A mill
irainuted Association of Iron and Kteel
Workian.Necrrtary Martin of tho same
orKaniuilion, J'rtwdent Lime of the
AV indow-Kltuw Worker' Amociation.
and tho lion. Thomna M. ltayne,iu(!iu-
rer oi ijnngress irom mo Twenty-'
mini ieiinnyiviiiua niHtrirt.
re Trouble la Ihe Coke Beerlons.
Connkixsviu.e. Pa.. February 25.
rvK-miiHiii! u unitarians eatmeil more
trouble in the coke regions this morn
A crowd of them iWHemliled at
ISradlord and mnrelieil to the Summit,
on Mount rleoHiint lirnneh, forcing
every coniMirawer irom work along
ituiir rmiU'. 'I hey wero nenrly uli
armed, und fired muueroiiH bhotH in
order to intimidate the workers. At
tho hu in m it and other works tho
('OKiwirawerH lied llinmgli tear of vio
lence from tho mob, and in Homo
caws left their semiieru in Uio ovens
to melt, tearing that if they contin
ued work tho tipple anil other build.
lugs at tho workn would he deHtroved.
Tho strikers demand nn advance of 10
cents per oven instead of 10 per cent.,
recently granted. At LciKcnring tho
men requested nupcrintoiutent Jug-
gart to diHchariro a niun who had
worked dunntr the etrike. This was
rtifusod, and the men ull Hi ruck this
Billed ay a Barclar.
DmnaoM, Tax , February :8.-0. M.
KIbbhbs, an employe of tbe Miasonii,
jLaaianana lexiia railroad, ytsterday.
waa shot and killed by a burglar.
iv i asms ana .- aioiner young man
naaaed Oondiek' occupied a room
near ibe depot. Oondiek ret red eatly
Tuesday uight When Kioimacarue
heme, about 1 o'clock in the morning,
be went to the door of thei loom aud
attempted to open it, bat something
was behind. Thinking it only a
chair pUct d there by his room-mate,
be re t nued to push the d tor, which
mduady gave way t tbe pressure.
Ufon entering he looked behind tbe
door, nd ta his horror there stood a
man piatol in band and a mask over
bis fuoe Kimms grappled with him,
there was a ft .ah, a report, and Kimms
lay proem ti on the fl or with a bullet
through hi kJy, The burglar and
murderer fl-d precipitately. Asslit
aace soon arrived aud doctors were
aent for. IVy did all they could for
the wounded man, tut be soon ex-
Eired. It was found tlat Condisk
ad been cbloioformed aid tbe room
rifled. There was no clew to the mur
derer. -....- ; ,
Will Be h ! Hit Crlate,
Gaitmtom, Tax., February 35. A
epeelkJ to the f'tvi from Matamoraa
say: Hamnel R-d, a deeerter f rum
the K gtith; United -Utea Cavalry,
who waa iulcted in the murder of
a rich Jew named til ok, made a con
foeaioa yesterday giving iiill pa ten
larsol tleo ime.. He says i h-t am
nel Wiibaina. also r deeerter f vni the
cavalnr. ttrurk ilnk with-a ihin
pieeeif iron aud tlen aeeaulud him
wita kniln. Tnev got bi t II t e
mbej, the gmtr prt beifglnthe
rate, which thw over'ooked. Will
iana wnl probably he lakeu out by
the an boriues and ehol in expiatiou
of bis crime. .......
A : ! BtrvolliaK C rarity .
N PirrcBCao, Pa, Frbiua'y J4.-In-fo.-n
a o- w o 'ijfd nai.Kt nun
nanie O rger by Mm R mw ao M a.
fwaeil.U'l il t o jHevillo, l'a , yr
dar al'eri 00 , and a permit was ob
tained or.einre Mis. Orvgr t) the
Coot t Poiir-Hnuae The story told
by,- 4 iee wime,ho la'ully in
ycVgted the ce, ia one of revolt
ing euuei y end crime on the part o'
tho hub-ml a d bia brother. Te
cccpln weie manied about twenty
yeura o, when Mr. Uroger was
quita joinu, ondrr riicumetarces not
credi'ebl-1 to U'Oier. Tbirfl-i went
al Bg o. 1 1 aboui fl ' yeara avo. 1 be
Trji lort her re- o. ihebueband
then, as alleged, cm Q d her in tbe
old rn U t uo'uieon P't Hole O-eek,
fu ry a mile diuttlion a ly otier
hnmvn 1 aM at o i. He bs kept a
flock f the p io the pi m, and incolil
wetf tunt shared 'tie old it rod urn
w atbe aooaa. Wbi'e they have
mad tie pic borrib'y filthy, they
hareail been ef eeivce t- lr, (o
nb to d e ehe ba rMn oomo 11 d to
riod-t with ts fl ed. aom ala u
amp Lorn rea eg. Hne in e her
auid i .iiki u, ab it two yi ao,
taxi Uikt ainoe that tioie ab can tw-
lateraatloaal Labor Hovenaeat,
Pasip, February 25. Tbe Socialist
membera of the Chamber of Deputies
to-day Joined in sending a telegram to
the "British Workmen on the House
of Commons" pioposmg a joint Inter
na iookl movement in the interest of
laboring men, The main objmti of
ine pioposition are to be the eeourinn
of a reduction in the hours of labor;
improvement in the sanitary condition
of workshops; proper limit of the
work to aned of women and minora:
and an absolute prohibition against
allowing children of either sex under
fourteen years of age to work at all in
shops or factories. Tbe telegram sug
gests mat toe uruisn workmen loin
those i f France in inviting those of
ameilca and Europe to send delesatea
to a congress to be neid next Septem
ber, Id some place to be hereafter des
ignated, for the purpose of discuesina
means to "emancipate tbe workmen of
Bates aa Dreaaed areata.
Chicago, III., February 25. A
morning paper publishes an interview
witn Mr. r. u. Armour yesterday. In
the course of which he was aelted
what he p oooeod doins about the
rates fixed on the dressed meats by
OnmaiisM iner Unk of tbe trunk line
pool. He replied'. "We are Boina to
nil elm in the courts and at Wash
ington. Fink'a latest decision makes
us pay 80 per cent, over live-stock
rates. By arbitration, two yeara aro.
it was decided by Judge tooley that
the proper propo:t:on over the live
stock men wss 75 per cent., but in the
fO'irts we stall contend for a much
lower rate than that. How much
lower I raanot say. nor can I explain
tbe process of law by which our attor
ney a nay elect to try the cause. Our
law- era a-e now at Washington and
wi I f ivor the interstate commerce bill
or any other bill directed against i all-
Will yoa make more specific your
charge t'tat the railroad officials are
ittw-ted in itock-yards and abbat-
That would hardly be politic. It
Is one thing to know a thing and onite
another to be able to prove it. This
controversy is not new, and the
rbargea which 1 matte have been
made before. No one haa ever denied
it, and I am just as sure of their
mutual interesta ai I am of my own
Wlaaalar Habeaa C'orpae Case.
Pittsbuho, Pa., February 25. The
singular habeas corpus case before
Judge Wh ti last week, in which two
women, Mrs. lianer and Mrs. Llm
M;ers claimed to be the mother of
one babe, will come up again in court
in another form. Notwithstanding
several persons swore that the child
belonged to Mrs. Enuer, Judge White,
on the tertimnny oi Mrs. Annie Mai
I y, midffif -, alluwed Mrs. .Myers to
keep ihe ihud as ber own. Mrs.
timer, who waa not rationed with tl e
de isinn, has preferred charges againet
Mr. Myers and Mrs. Mallov for per-
jn-y, aud hopes to prove that Mra.
'Wjegot her baby at tbe poor farm
last Nonember. The unusual circum
a'aooea ol t'le case are exciting agreat
deal of interest.
laraoiaL totii irrsAL.t
Jacxsok. Mihs . February 25. iSm-
aie.Ki tbe session last nivbt th
House bill to incorporate tbe town of
Senator Pack wood introduced a bi
to amend tbe charter of the town of
The House bill fixing the fee
$5000 for the Hon. J. W. C. Watson for
aervices as attorney in tbe recent rail
road supervision cates was amended
by tbe BeEa'e by increasing the fee to
t'JOOO, and tbe bill passed as amended
after a spirited discussion of some
This morning Senator Carey pre
sented the minority report of the
Committee on thePenitettiary. signed
by himself and Senator Binford. In
report takes direct and positive issue
with the majority report as to tbe law
and facta In all material points per
taining to contracta far repairs and lm
provementa at the penitentiary by tbe
lessees; tbe legality oi these con
tracts, the amount and character
tbe work done and tbe value thereof.
It claims that these contracts between
the superintendent and the l
were made and tbe earns approved by
the Governor all in accordance with
law. In support of which tbey file
tho opinions of Messrs. JM agent and
MnWillis and Judge S. 8. Calboon
disinterested lawyers, and further
claim that the superintendent was
supported in his taid action by the
opinion of tbe then Attorney-General.
They claim that the work charged for
came to the specification in each case
ti that for which payment was al
lowed, and that the charges in each
case were just and reasonable. As to
the specifications of the work and
reasonableness of the charges therefor,
tbey are supported by four of the lead
ing architects of this place, whose ex
perience and rapacity as architects
and whose characters for high stand
ing, honesty and integrity, are certified
to by the Uircuit judge of this district,
county officials of this county, the
mayor, leading bankers and other lead
ing citisens of this city. This reoort
is correct aad completely -vindicates
tbe Governor, Superintendent of the
penitentiary and the lessees from any
wrong doing or omission of duty in
connection wilt) tne matters in ques
tion, uotn repoitj win be published
and the publio can judge for them
The bill to amend the law incorpor
ating tbe Hoard of Levee Commission
ers for the Yazoc-MitsiBsippi Delta
waa tbe special order, and ocennied
the morning session of the Senate.
without result The bill provides, as
amended, for the issuance of $400,000
of bonds,, to run for twenty years at 6
per cent, per annum interest, in addi
tion to an ad valorem lax of 13 mills
under the present law. assessed on a!
real and personal property in the dis
trict, it provides for a cotton tax on all
cotton raised In tbe district, being
o-iweniiemo oi i per cent, on lint cot
ton in the riparian counties and
4-twentletha of 1 per cent in the in.
land countiea; also a tax on seed-cot
ton, which la left blank in tbe bill.
Mr. rowel oflered an amendment
to-day which haa elicted a spirited dis
cussion. It ia to levy a (ax of S150
per mile on broad-gauge railroads in
the district, in addition to tha ad va
lorem tax of 13 mills or $160 50 per
uiue now paia ana 90 per mile on
nariuw-EauKB railroads: aiso. a nriv-
ilege tax of $10 per mile each on all
teiegrapn lines, express and sleeointr-
car companies. It also nrnvlilva Inr
other privilege taxes on certain busi
Mr. Lose offered a substitute for tha
amendment, providing a tax of $125
per miie on broad-gauge railroads in
WARNER'S SAFE CURE
CURES AND WHY.
CONGESTION OF THE 1ID3ETP
arLIMXaTIOl or THE KID'
BETS, BLADDKB OB tJBIB
' ABT OBQAHS.
ieu of all other levee taxes and $40
ioi who uu iinrruwKauge railroads:
also, a tax of $100 on stores and
saloons retailing liquors and $50 on
tbose selling in quantities over a gal-
Mr. Dillard Proposed to amend Mr.
Luee'a substitute by flxinv the tar nn
broad-gauge railroads at 1200 per mile.
fienaing wnicn tne cenate aoiourned
ill 7:30 o'clock p.m.
ho os a.
The session last nisht was ocennied
In memoiial services, composed of
eulogies on former members cf the
legislature who died since last ses
Bills paoeed to-day : To reduce the
expenses of maintaining the different
State institutions; Senate memorial to
Congress for an appropriation for im
proving the iombigbee river; to pre
vantceitain atopk from rnnnlno at
large in Bent in county : aDoronriatinu
$1000 to maintain the exhibits of the
Stats at the Exposition.
Tbe committee to investigate tha
chargea against , W. L. Lowe made
their repoit A resolution of expul
sion was voted down.
The House bad under cansideration
as a special order a general local op
tion law, which was discussed till adjournment.
Adjourned till 7:30 o clock p.m.
Celllalaa Belwoea Freight aad Caa.
I lar oil raar.
Cbkaoi, III, February 23. The
Western lineeed oil crushers met in
1'iis city ye-t-mlay and decided tJ
form a pm I which will be known as
the Cobeohda ed Lineeed Oil Com
pn, the camtal stock ol which will be
0,000 The following Beard of Di
txiii'ie waaeletad: Alexander Eu tin,
81 Looe; I D. Hubbard, Sionx City 5
Hark Woodman, Omaha; O. D. C ote,
loa tiy; James Wright, Caleb
I . tu Phi. a. a T T M.n.AaM
Cleveland. 1 be price of linseed oil
was filed at 41 cents per gallon.
Tax finest and teat selected stock
of gs flxiaree in the city, at bottom
priot. 1, ju bajait 00.
St. Louis, Mo., February 25. Ro.
mora of a di astroua wreck on the
WabuBU railroad . were circulated
around the depot last evening, and
every attempt t get at the bottom oi
the matter waa frowned upon by the
railroad cuViale. Nothing could be
learned cob firming or denying the re
port. Tbe following accosnt of the
wreck has been received: No. 23, a
freight train, weet bound on the Wa
bash road, col ided, heatl on, with a
construction train, near a stat'oa
named llontl's, sixteen miles weet of
St Louie, at 2 o'clock yeeterday after
noon, entirely demolishing both en
gine and ewt-tor ten flat and box
tars and tearing up the track t) such
an extent ait) necessitate the build
ing of a tia k aioiind it By a lucky
providence the thirty or forty laborers
were at work on tbe track at d away
from the train, otherwise there would
have been a frightful loss ol life. No
one was injured in the slightest, the
engineers and firemen of both trains
jumping lor tbeir .lives btfore the
trains came together, it is one of the
wo -at wrecks known for a long time.
Tbe tenders snd cars are piled in one
ma a forty fet bigb. It eeems tbe
conduit r and engineer of No. 23 left
the meeting point before the time on
their train order had xpind.
TVBMOCRAT8 TO THB FRONT Ta all
X-S aetaaai malac UoTramt la
I UK daputniMta at
ethar poituoKt aader
WuhiaatoB. or ant
tka llowimtll, 1 will Mad fall laatraotiaaa
aa tokow to i" r4 M ootaia Um ,
aaa Biaaa raraaaaf AealMtMa oa
raeaipt el Oas jMlw, Aaana JOIlf
a. Ski!aMia, Ua ajaat
taiarrta af tae Bladder. Ciravel,
Htoae, rspay , IiUr(4 Praatale
. Olaad, lanpalcaey ar Oeaeral
DebHIty, Brla;bfa Dlaeaae.
WHY? Because it ia the only
remedy known that baa power to
expel lli nrlc acid and urea, of
Which thtre are some 600 grains se
creted eaci day aa the result of mus
cular actitn, and sufficient, if retained
in tbe blod, to kill six men. It ia
tbe direct canse of all tbe above dis
eases, as well aa cf Heart Disease.
Rheumatiira, Apoplexy, Insanity and
This grrat specific relievee the kid-
nepa of tco much blood, frees them
from all irritants, restores tbem to
healthy etion by ita certain and
IT V1UEH ALSO Jaundice.
Lolargemint of tbe Liver. Abscess
and Oatarh of the ile Ducts, Bil
iousness, rleadacbe, Farred Tongue,
Sleeplessniss.' Languor, Debility, Con-
supauon, sail etones, and every un
pleaeant a'mptom which results from
WHYJ Because it has a spec fie
and poslUre action on the liver aa
wellaaon.be kidneys, increasing the
secretion lad flow of bile, regulates
11s eiaooramg lunction, removes nn
healthful brmations, and, in a word,
restores it o natural activity, without
which heath ia an Impossibility.
IT CUJtEM ALMO Female Com
plaints, Lmcorrsoei, Displacements.
Enlargements, Ulcerations, Painful
Menstruatbn, makes Pregnancy safe,
prevents Convulsions and Child-Bed
Fever and aide nature by restoring
WHY? All these troubles, as ia
well knowi by every physician of
education, irlse from congestion and
Impaired kHney action, causing stag
nation of tin bloDd vessels and break
ing down, ind this ia the heeinnina
and tie diiect cause of all the ail
ments from which women e offer, and
must as euely follow aa nieht does
the day. ,
WHY Varner'a Safe Cure is ac
knowledged by thousands of our best
medical men to be the only true blood
purifier, is because it acta upon scien
tific principles, striking at the very
root of the disorder by its action on
tbe kidneyi and liver. For, if these
organs were kept In health all the
morbid waste matter so deadly pol
aonons if retained in the body, is
pasted our. On tbe contrary, if tbey
are dersngel, the acids are taken np
Dy tneiDicoa, decomposing it
Na. 543S. R. D. Chanoery Coart of Shalby
vouniy oiaia oi ienneiM for 1U owa
.on. at.. t. Xirrint Hira at al.
TjX virtaa of an ioUrloeutorr doeraa for
f-' ia, aniaraa in tna abote oaaaa on tba
24th day of Deeainbar, M. B.60, put
Ml, I will Mil, at public auction, to tha
bighaat bidder, in front of tha Clark and
M..Ai.'a . fT. - . I L-L.1l S,
LI V - VI DUCIUJ VOUD'
uihiiiili, ihd on
Datardar, Bareh 0, 1880,
within Isral houra, tha followinf dercrild
prvipercj, auuaua 19 cceioy oouutr, Tenn.
Lot F2. hlni-VI A W.i.kl'. .-kJi:.l.
30xl57S feet, ooth aiita of tieurgia itrect, 6u
ftetwmtof WriiUt avenue.
LotM. block 1, A. Wright'i lubdirialon.
atiil.nH feet, tnstb tide of tieotgia etrcet. JO
si nn 01 n nrnt aranue. bold aa pruper-
w ui aiaraarai nioe ani oioera.
tot Si, block 2. A. Wright'i lubdlvi.ion,
fronting 11 7-10 feat on aouth irfn nf u.nr.i.
itraet, aonthweit eorner of LaHoae atreet,
and running loatheaatwardlr with LaRoae
Lirenoi.a uei; tnence aet K7.S Icet to an
f llt thenoa with the eat a!de of said alley
111. 5 feet ta l.rvi HnlA . ,
r vni iL "
i-ot.ii, block L2, eaut id of Second atreet.
Fort Plckerln. f..l 1i Umt J
-L,!tiil,b,0.ck I2 tida of Beoond itreet,
"nth Ward. 2U1(W feet. (?old aa property
vi MiLii . ijawrance ana otneM.
Part of lot 12, block 30, fronting 14 feet oa
weit aide of alley east cf Sixth trout, Fort
Pickering, and running back wet7i feet,
being north of tbe eaut part of lot 13, block 30.
Part of lot I t, block 30, being tbe aaats7
feetof Bald lot. frnnLinAH fut.iiBul..
01 aiicy eiui oi nuin atreet.
Lot 14. block 30, northeaat corner of Jack
on and 8ixth atreet, Tenth Ward. 37Hxl37
feet, bold aa property of Anthony W. Made
and the unknown beiraof Charlei Philmott-
l.ot 8, blnek 40, touth aide of Carolina
treat, 60x150 feet, 35SM feet out of Ninth
tree, ouia u property oi rreo w. Keuer.
Part of block 37, aouthwent eorner of Caro
line and Main itreeta, 80xl27S frot. Sold aa
property ot 1. J. tiharpe and othen.
I.nfr u kl..L la . i en . . . .
"r v. "i"oio,wwi iiatoi m ouria atraai.
Fort Pickering, 24x112)4 feet
Lot 10, bloek 16, went nide of Fourth street.
Fort Piokariog, 2(xll2, feaU bald aa prop
erty of Joeeph Tate.
11 911 T M T-1 .HLJ.l.l r-,t j. .
. , ' puvunigiiiiiiwiiiiu 1Mb.
eiataida of Wilkerion atreet, 63 feet north of
ubuiii. imi, xeoLo nara.
Lot 11, block 16, weat aide of Fourth atreet.
Fort Pickering, 74 feet north ot Carolina
nireet liiit iooi. cola a property ol
Terrae of Sale On a credit of all montha i
note bearing intereat. with good aeourity,
rtouired ; lien retained ; redemption barred.
inn February 1, IttWS.
S. I. MoDOWELL.ClerkandMaaUr.
By J. M. llradley, Dennty C. and M.
F. H. O. W. Heiakell, aolioitora.
No. 5434, R. D. Chanoery Coart of Shelby
county cute ol Xenneaaee for luown use,
etc.. TR. Oathnrinil llnrvmn att .1
BY virtue of an interlocutory decree lor
aale entered in the abore catue on tha
24th Aa; t Decemb r, 18o5. M. B. 60, page
6i, I will anil t publio auotion, to the high
eat bidder, in front o the Clerk and Master'!
office, oourthoaae ol She by eounty, Mem
phis, Tenn., oa
carni ieath to tbe most remote part
oi me nooy.
WHj93 per cent, of all diseases
wbicb itilict humanity arise from im
paired kilneys ia shown by medical
authorities. Warner's 8afe Cure, by
ita rfirect action, positively re tores
them to Uealth and full working ca
pacity, nature coring- all the above
dlheasea hfrself when the eaute iire
moved, and we guarantee that War
ner s eaie unre is a poaiuve pre
ventive if t iken in time.
As yon value health, take it to avoid
sickness, is it will at all times and
unaer all sircumBtances keep all tbe
vital functions op to par.
We also tlnarantee a Cure and ben
eflcial effect for each of tbe foregoing
diseases, also tbat every case of Liver
and Kidney trouble can be cured
where degeneration has Not taken
place, and even then Benefit will Sure-
y be Derived, in every instance it
has established ita claim.
Al A BLOOD PURIFIER,
particularly In tbe Spring, it ia nn-
equaled, for yon cannot hare pare
blood when the kidneys or;liverare
ont of order. .
Look to your coadltion at once. Do
not postpone treatment for a day or
an hour. J he doctors cannot com
pare records with hb. Give yourself
thorough constitutional treatment
with Warner's Safe Cure, and there
are yet many yecrs of life and health
assured you I I
Batarday, Hareb a, 1886,
Ithln legal houra. tba following deaoribad
proierty, aituated in Shelby county, Tennea
Lot 16. block 10, P. W. Smlth'i aubdivi
lon,4SbylA0 feet on the west aide ol Or
leana atreet, southwest eorner of alley n rrth
of at. Paul atreet. Sold aa property of M.
T , -io fc.HM1. 1A . . ! J - - i TVI.I -. L
and ' 50 feet aouth of Georgia atreet, 24 by 112j
feet. .Sold aa Drooertr of Thomaa Nazla.
Lot 30, block 16, east aide of Tbird street.
10th ward, 24 bv 1U feat, tha north line be
ing 74 feet south ol Georgia street. Sold aa
property of Thomas Nagle.
Lot 18, block 1, fronting 24 feet oa tha east
aide of Water atreet, Fort Piokering, and
running back 60 feet. Sold aa property oi
the Oriental Powder Co.
Lot 13, Polk'a snbdiviaion. 60 by 170 feet oa
south aide of tiaorgia atreet, the weat line be
ing 390 feat oust of Orleans atroea. Soldaa
property of J. W. Pnrnell.
Lot 40, block 11. east aide of Second atreet,
24 by 100 feet, 06 feet north of Alabama
atreet, 10th ward.
Lot 41, bloek 11, ea t side of Second atreet,
24 by 100. 72 feet north of Alabama.
Lot 42, block 11. eaat aide of Seoond itraet,
24 by 110 feet, 10th ward.
Lot 43, block 11, aaat aide of Seoond street,
24 by 100 feet.
Lot 44, block 11, east side of Seeend street,
24 by 100 feet. Sold aa property of Samuel
Lot 22. blook 17, north
aid of Carolina
atreet, 26 by 100 feet, 60 feet eaat of Fourth
Itreet. Sold aa property of Thomaa Nelaon.
Lot 21, blook 17, north aid of Carolina
street, 25 by 100 feet, 76 feet eaat of Fourth
treat. Sold aa property ot Thomaa Nelson.
Lot 26, block 14, south side of Broadway,
26 by 170 feet. 26 feet east of alley aaat oi
Third atreet, 10th ward.
Terma of Sale On a credit of all montha 1
not with aeonrity bearing Intereat required i
lien retained, redemption barred. This Feb
ruary 1. 1HS6.
8. 1. McDOWKLL, Clerk and Muter
By J. M. Bradley, Deputy Clerk A Master.
F. H. A O. W. Heiikell. Solioitora.
Bids for Fainting
THE Cornice, Guttering, eta., of the
Court-House ot Fayette eounty, Tenn.,
at Somerrille, will be received until March
1, lstw, by tha Committee, John P. Kdmond
son, 0, A. S. Shaw and Samuel if. Morton,
Specifioationa may be seen at the office of
tho County Conrt Clrk of FaTotte coi n ty.
i an mm pi
. tit w -'y ,"5 5
Ornoa or JOHN MAN0OUE. Mavrsis, Tikx., February 16, 1886. '
I bare this day agreed with
THE LIVEKHOKE FOUMDUY at M ACHI.VE COMPACT
for tha sal- of my entire stock of Wrought Iron. Nnti. Waahara and Hear Hnrdwara. tha
same to take efteot Maroh 1. 1-9W. In retiring from the business in this city, I desire to re
turn thnks to aiy friends and eustoniera for their liberal patronage durug a period of
wenty yeara. land alao to assure them that tha business will be tnrned over to ireli&hlo
and responsible ptrtiea whom I hare known intimately for many years. I aan safely assure
my friends and nuatomers that their orders, nnder tha haw m.nairemnt. will havn tha hat
oar and attention, and I ask lor your oontinued patronage. JOHN MANOUUK.
Rferring to above very (KtUrlni nollne. we take oleasnra Inannouncinr tha followina or-
(animation and management for this additional Department the same, to take effect March
A. m. LIVCBMwRE, Prealdeat
0. A. TATl.lt, Bee'y aad Treaa.
The Livermore Foundry & Hachino Co.
230 and 828 Second Street, JfleniphlH, Teniu,
Dealer! In BAR, BAND AMD HOOP I ROW, Boiler. Finned aad Sheet Iron, Nut,
naanara, nneta, nana, iieary iiaraware ana
In connection with onr Fawndry and Martila 0eparanat. lt'O to 174 Adams street.
we beliera we are in tha best position to aurplyanyand all demands for ererychara
Wrought or Cast Ironwork, Machinery, lleary Hardware and Railway Supplies.
cits si-i'cttetl. anil we pmmise our hcit a-tcntinn:
LARGEST BKEWEBY IS AJ1EB1CA.
HTPMPITISi TlTJAVnT lreaad Bellllag Varkmt A W lnlM
ill 1j -111 XI 13 IlilAI Kjllf lptaBilleehaaae,eorllalaat AoolKa
S. ROESCHklR. Aeent, ItlemTjIiia, Tenn.
Sale la HUM, 81M,Ow Rarr-ela .BalHS af Meaephle Braaeh, 100,000
n.i f- , it in,., son.inni nnrrvrn.
SG4: lroiit St.. cor. Court, MempliU, Tenn
at. J. Clou
Wholesale Grocer, Cotton Factor
And Connitslcn KerchanU,
232 and 234 Front SL, nempliis, Tcs
Btr.XtV. 1AT5IT aW ' " . v'f aad aal ef all OtMoa aatrVw4
,Utt".0 Warearaaa, aa w aaaiaUa MnsC
AND TEUST COMPANY.
L.Zt.33 OX1 TnTJBTH El
T. H. MILBURN,
J. a. HA9DWXBKBB.
DAVID P. HAODKN.
JAMES A. OMBSRIi,
i EWD. 0OLD8M1TU,
HARD Will PKRES.
B. H. BROOKS.
AMKS B. AOBEiBON,
a- Deposit reoeirsi ia sunu of II and apward, aad Intereat allowed oa aane Semi
rWe buy and (all local Inreatment Bonds aad Becnritlea generally, pay Urea, aetas
tTDsteea, aad, in general, execute any financial basis ess requiring a safe aad responsLbla
agent. - - - ;
r W lean, drafts. In aams to snlt nnrehasara. on all narta of Karon..
asr We here a commodious Vault for the deposit ot TaJuabloa, whioh is at tha Barrios af
oar enatomera, arrea ai t,nars;e.
D. P. HIDDEN, President. EWD. GOLDSMITH, Tlce-President
JAMES KATHA1?. TaMer.
SAP0LE05 HILL,. President.
n r - n
Mempfiis Ciit Fire & Gen 1 Ins. Co.
DOCS A EXEBAI.
A QUARTER OF A MILLION'DOLLARS FULL PAID CAPITAL
H. FORSTENHirrM. WM. I. COLE, JAMES KEILLT,
6. MA.Nbx-lKLD, D. a. HlRo,
u u n maa aikaisi. i
K. MYEHa. W. D
OfIlce19 Mad i son street, Memnliif, Tenn
Cotton Factors and Wholesale Grocers
3Front St., Memphis., Tenn.
niLL, nwm k eo.
Cotton Factors, Commission merchants.
IVo. 116 South If ain St.. tit. Ionia.
JLHDBEW 8TKWAET, Nev Orleana. 1 ANDEBW D. Q WYNNE, Memphli
T, GIH i CO., '
HO. SM AND 858 FBOSTT STBT, MEHFIIIS, TE2XNn
STEVART BROTHEnS & COIJPAIIY
COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MEKCHANTS,
WF.W ORr.F.ANN. TiTTINTAHA.
U. W. MACRAE.
8accea8org to P0ETEB, TATL0B COx
Liberal Adrauioeai Mavde on Cenalgnmciita.
11 UNION RTBEET, MEMPHIS, TENN
p. b. mm,
m. w. oboweix.
H. H. EAOBT.
ALSTON, CROWELL & CO.
Aad Commlssioi Merchanta. Hay, Corn Oats, Bran, Chop Feed, Oil-Meal,
Lim , Cement, Plaster, Baildlng- and Fire Brick, Etc
Cor. Front and TMon, 1 Howard's Kow, Memphis.
MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE. '
NewlT Constrnotedand Elaborately Fiirnlshed, Con
taixing 225 Isarge and JClegant Room.
aarThe Boaaa haa Perfect Ventilatlea and Kataral Lifht, EUam keatlac, Xlaotrla Belli,
and to ci Hale'a IleTatara. All ftreet-eara pass Main street eatxaaee.
KATKS-aa.se ta aer daj, aooordlni to lisa aad alevatioa of rooaaa. Bpeolai
rata tu Ooaiuereial Trarelen. Abundant supply of PURE CISTKHN AND WRLL W ATEH
ARR1ISTEAD & LUMDEE,
Cotton Factors & Commission Merchants
RniOT(Ml to S34 Front Sf.. Cor. rnUn.Herophia, Twin;
L. D. MPUJSS.ef laU J. X. 0edwla A Oa. JA8. T0NSS. UU el J. W. Caldwell A Oa
MTTT1T1TNS & YONQE,
Cotton Factors &CommissioQ Llerchants
Ka. 1 Eoirxrd'i Ew, Cor. frc&t as4 CscafllJi,