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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL TUESDAY, MARCH 2, 1SS0.
rKOCEEinx(;s of the
Mlnoritf Brport of the Senate Jadi
clary Committee vm the Dns
WAsniKr.TO", March i.Smnlt.
The Cba r !id befoie the Senate a let
ter fiomthe Kecretiryot the Treasury,
transmitting in reply to a recent Senate
resolution a report ehowioR the claims,
accounts and Touchers suspended in
that department. In dlscnssinf a mo
tion to piint the papers Mr. Hale aaid
the accounting ell: cere of the Treasury
bad lately taken wba, aeemed to him
the extraordinary course of "holding
op" or impending the accounts or
vonrliaraof the (rovernniejnt, who ac
cording to custom and the naual au
thor: it:on had paid oat moneye which
bad been intrusted to them (or the
pnrpoee of being paid out. The con
tention of the accounting olHcere of
the Treasury, Mr. liale eaid, were that
the raymen'ti were authority). The
pa puis, which are voluoinous, Wuie
Mr. l'wrh, representing the minority
of the Committee on the Judiciary,
submittal the vinwa of the minority
on the resolution. rtNrred to the com
mittee concerning the cilice of the
District Attorney for the Southern
District of Alabama. It was ordered
printed in the Gmgrtmonal Jierord and
also in separate foim.
At 12 .20 p m., on motion of Mr. lisle,
the Sonata went into executive sea
lion. At 2:40 p m. the Senate doors were
reopened, aod the Chair laid before
the Senate a leng'.hy mwssRS from the
l'reeident bearing on the right of the
Senate or Senators to have access to
papers, etc , in the Kxcut've Depart
ment relu'.ing to suspensions IrOin
When the President'! message bad
been nad Senator Kimunds said it re
minded him of the roxmunicatf'-tis of
King Charles the First t)the Parlia
ment. He also said that the President,
unintentionally no doubt, had entirely
wist tat d the question involved be
tween himself and the Senate. I think
I am eafe in saying that it is the first
time in the history of the Hnnnhlle
that aoy Preiident of the United
Stttea has undertaken to interfere
with the deliberations of either House
of Congress on questions pending be
fore them, otherwise than by messages
on the staie of the Union, which the
constitution commands him to make
from time to time. This uiesiujo is
devoted solely to a question for the
Senate itself in regard to itaelf that it
bai onder consideration. That is ita
singularity. It, I think, will strike re
flecting people in this country as
somewhat extraordinary if, in tbcie
days of reform, anything at all can be
thought extraordinary. The Senate
ol the United States, in Its communi
cation to the beads of department!
(ntt his heads, of departments, hut
the hea ls of departments created by
law) directed them to tiunsmit cer
tain official papers, and that is all.
The President of the United
fctttes undertakes to change the
question into a conaideratloi by
the Senate of bis reasons or
motives for putting a civil officer,
as It might be culled "under arrest"
with which the Senate bin not under
taken in any way to make nny ques
tion at all. lly every message he has
eent to this body and they are all pub
liche has asked the Senate to advise
and consent to him the removal of one
officer and the appointment of an
other, 'fiat is what he has done, and
the Hen lit in calling for those papers
to say nothing ol wider considenv
tions about any deficiencies in the De
partment of Justice is asked to re
move these ollioers without knowing
the conditioa cf the administration of
their offices. . - .
Senator llarr's rema'ked that fjr
reasons to wbloh he might net refer
here he had no dealre to diecues tl
matter, and moved that the. mesage
te prlil'ed and lie on the Uble-lLa
oeval course, he sulJ,
After a little sparring between Sen
ator KdmnndB. sod Senator, Harris as
to the disposition of the meimage a
motion of, Henator KdmundsYiwas
agreed o ,.;;;;:;. to (he, judiciary
Uomnultee and ordering It printed.
TtiaHera'e then again went into
executive session, and when the doors
Under the cull of Slates a number of
bills were introduced and referred to
Mr. liruinm Pa 1 asked unanimous
consent to have printed in the record
a memorial signed by J. It. llrigham
and others or the impdishineut of
Daniel Manning, Secretary of the
Treasury, for high crimes and mlsde-
meatjors in the execution of the (silver
law. M.r. BoachN. Y.J elected. .
Senu'e bill passed for erection" 01 a
public building and for altsration of
jail at Fott Smith, Ark.
Mr. Kldredge Mich. moved to sua
nend the. (rules and. paes he xicta
pens'oa mil. with A Jlfuviio excepting
from Ita provisions persons politically
After debate, aud pending action
Upon the mo'iion, the House ad
journed. ' '
The minority report ol the Senate
Judiciary Committee on the Dustin
case is three or four times ai long as
the majority report. It embodies no
resolutions. Mr. Pugh asked that the
report be printed and be placed on the
calendar. It was not read in the Sen
ate. Tbe report ssys that when Presi
dent Cleveland came into c tile be
found about 95 per coat, of the offices
filled by Republicans appointed as a
reward. lor party service, lne party
to whom the President owes his nomi
nation and election bai been exiled
from all participation in the civil ad
ministration of tbe government tor
nearly a quarter of a century. Tbe
friends and supporters of the Preei
dent made application tor a redistri
bntion of the public trusts. No other
President bad ever been subjected to
auch severe trnl or lial to meet bo
many grave difficulties, snd no other
had such sn abundant supply ol valid
reasons and causes urging bim tj
free exercise of his power of removal
from Federal office, and no other ever
resisted with more fiirness the j tut
c'aima of his supporters or need bis
power of removal more conscien
tiously, cauiiuusly and auariuKy
, Notwithstanding these facte, the
GjO nominations sent to tbe
Senate in the ruspension caws
l)d been allowed to remain before the
committees without consideia'loa and
final disposition. Dublin has made
no complaint to the Judiciary Com
General tLt he was wronged by the
euepensioif The committee was lolly
informed i t Burnett was reco:n
mended t President by all the
member 4 ?nirrew horn Alabma
Mor person! Vowledce cf his high
..... w . . r . .
n moed to me nalttu
troth without any special pleading the
case made for the Senate on their res
olution, and the answer of the A tt r-ney-General
is, whether the Senate
haa the rigbt to demand o! the Attorney-General
the transmission, against
the order of the President, of the only
paper or document of the description
mentioned in the reeolutioo, when
that paper or - document is etet id in
the refusal to relate exclusively to tbe
ii-tnoval of Dustin br tbe President,
and for that retro a alone is not tiana
mitted. 'Ihe report concludes as follows:
The inevitable result is to arraign
Peeideit Cleveland and try him by
the Senate with an unfriendly political
majority for making suspensions in
alleged violation of his public pledges
and promises not to make removals or
suspensions except for cause.. Presi
dent Cleveland's pledges era part cf
the published history of the country,
and for their faithful peifirmance he
denies his responsibility to the Senate
and stands realy for trial by tbe peo
ple. He did make the promlre that
during tie term of a civil officer he
would not suspend or remove himir
t le sole reason that he was s llspubll
Cin. Merely being a Republican, if be
had been and wai a capable, faithful
d efficient officer, the President
declared ha would to', regard as
sufficient cause. But if such officer,
while in cilice, bad used its power or
inlluenceor emoluments to piomote
the organisation or success of the party
by attending conventions and making
himself active in elections, the Presi
dent has declared such conduct and
action by any incumbent, however
capable, ai a violation of the spirit of
the law, declaring that civil office is a
pnblio trust for public uses, and
not to employed as an ilemi nt of
power in party organisations and elec
tion?, and that such conduct would be
trested as sn III ?Ient cause for suspen
sion. TbePiesideit declines to sub
mit voluotaiily to the decisions of a
tribunal having no jurisdiction over
the question of the sufficiency of such
cause for suspensions, especial ly when
hi fear Is that such conduct in the
offices might be regarded by the lie
publicai majority as a retuonforthe
retention of tbe Incumbent in office.
Tbe President will never avoid a trial
by the people for the exercise of any
of bis powers or tbe discharge of any
of his official dutlee, aj he will hsve a
fair tribunal on the whole truth. But
he declines obedience to aoy unlawful
summons to trial under usurped au
thority by an unfriendly tribunal on
mere papers and documents relating
exclusively to suspensions aod con
taining in nearly every case only a
partial statement of the causes, tacts
snd unions for bis ctliclal act of sus
pension. CHINESE DKMES OUT
oriCast Portland, Ore., bjr a M naked
Piiiiti.ani, Oim., March 1. IVtwwn
midnight and 2 o'clock this morning
a moll of eighty mnsked men divided
into wjiiihIh of t wenty each and vinitcd
the (.'liincNo working back of I'jmt
Portland and'Albumi, an eastern sub
urb of this city, and drove them out.
There were 1H0 Chinese in all, ami all
of them were engaged in wood chop
ping mid gruliliiug on hind lying one
to three miles back of the towns men
tioned. Some of the men were iiiiihIu'iI,
olhcin had their faces blackened ami
others wore Backs over their IiimiiIh
with liolea for even. All were armed.
They went to the. camps where the
Chinese wi'fe UMleep, routed, tliciu out,
displayed revolvers find ordered tlieirt
to pack up and lcavu at once. Tliu
Chinese ollered no roHiHteneo, and nl
lowed theniHelves to be driven to a
ferryboat ami taken to thin city. The
mob worked with great secrecy. The
night wan dark, ami the olllccra of the
law knew nothing iff its action until
the CliineHo arrived hero and were
marching up the street from the ferry
at 2 o'clock in the mrniiig.
Tut secend and last installment of
Sidney Lanier's letters to a brother
poet U PUbllflhod. ifi Tll CWlic of Feb
ruary liUh. In tie nrtniN" liX Feb
ruary 20th Charles II. Farn ban de
scribes the life and work of the emi
nent historian, Francis Parkman. This
Is ths seventeenth of The Critic' "Au
J.rgrs at Home."
Cassill &, Co. ol New York have
jnst published Adam llepworlh'i Vow,
a Taleqf Kirk and Coirruinl, by Annie
S. Swan. Tula is a story of absorbing
in t nest that carries the reader back to
that period in Scottish hhtory when
the reformed religion bad taken firm
hold of the prople, who, intauee In
their uaftires, wera lemly t? RUll'tH
even death in dti'inae ( ( their convic
tions. The characters are, all cf them,
as strong as the period in which they
are drawn, and full cf the energy that
came to them as the result of ab
normal elevation by rt Unions exalta
tion. The author has ceiUinly caught
the spirit of the eg) of which she
vtT, Bunas'.! thou true, faithful frlsnd of
Oil hmt thou wrvsd ma In llfa'a Wi ffr
rough i .... , , ,
No kniltof old found Uncs mora keen or
At tourney or In dreadful battle-line:
Como, tliouih inoy own that not, tb Mutci
",nl . . . . .
Strike on more blow,-ths puet li Dot
Not bow fr Lot i take, nor la rtoi
Mnrnr I'f.ir.n. fl and all Ita aoldan win:
tin. k. ..na Irn. innrit flip lhi hu tOWn
Whirl lov ol uoa dm lurnei to iu ui
olvlo pride Id D'lvaU iroel growa
Whora aixruUtlon atwlna thijudira a gown.
And wntrni in now-Diun oruoua, iuui
K. . a I nf nrnt
1Uvi tha traaiura-houia by night aod
K. W. Oilier, U The Cnlv
Aldkn'b Cvc Lorsnu ok Universal
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WIIT XtRDER 1XD SUICIDE
TEKSIBLE DOMESTIC TR.UiEOV
Tbe Holland Harder Trial-Cut His
Throat From Ear to Ear
Harifobd, Kv., March 1. Alexan
der Pilahugh fata'ly stabbed Deputy
lown Marshal Uerrge Bungerr, Fri
day. Ibe JHarahsl had levied on a
horse belonging to Fitzhugh.
Hie Third Mas.
CoLLissviLLsj, Ky., March 1. John
Thompson shot and killed Amos Tight,
Friday nigbt. in a dispute about poli
tics. Thompson, who has killed two
men, escaped. Tight was a peaceful
Wheatok, III., March 1. Two
burglars entered the residence of L. L.
Hyatt at an early hour Sunday morn
ing. One of them held a revolver to
Mr. Hyatt's bead, while the other ran
tacked the boose. Alter they left
Hyatt aroee, tot together a poue tf
neighbors and slatted in pursuit. Tbe
bnrglais were surprised while eatirg
breakfast at Turner Junction. One ol
the posse presented bis gun and asked
them to thiow np bis bands, wbich
they did, but suddenly one of them
dashed out of tbe door, followed by
H. I). Compton, who filled his back
with birdsnot, wbich brought him
down. He got np and laa lor about
two miles, but wai finally chased Itto
a barn. Two of the party entered and
called upon him to surrender. He
attacked them and tried tl get away
the revolver carried by Cbarles Mack.
In the struggle it went oil, the bail
bitting the burglar between the eyes,
but not killing him. Both burglars
were biought to Wbeaton and con
signed to the care ol the sheriff. The
wounded man will probably die.
Tbe Uolland Trial.
New York, March 1. The trial of
James T. Holland for tbe murder of
Tom Davis, the gambler and crook,
was resumed this morning. The jary
bai been completed on Saturday and
to-day the district attorney beguVhis
opening address ts the jury. auJ
prisoner, who sat beside bis keepers,
wai cheered by tbe presence of ex
Henator B. B. Paddock of Fort Worth,
Tex., an old friend, who guarantees
the good cbsracter of Holland, and
who came oa here purposely to assist
bim in the trial. Holland seems to
lack neither friends nor money, and
the former are confident of 1i:h ac
quittal. District Attorney Martine, in
bis opening address, said there
seemed to be a feeling between tie
States of Texas and New York abont
this raw, but he could not seu what
pride the Texans could take in a man
who came on here t ) obtain counter
feit money with wbich to defraud his
neighbors. He did not propose to say
that Davis was other than he wai, or
that his brother "The." was any better,
but under the law the blackest villain
was entitled to protection, and his life
wss as sacred ai that of the mott hon
ored in the country. Counsel then
described tbe shooting. To n Davis,
he said, waa dead, and his lips were
si al 2d. The prisoner was here and
the only other witness was Theodore
Davip. The rooms where the tragedy
occurred were still in the same condi
tion for tbe inspection of the jury.
Cat II la lliroat From Ear la Ear,
Cleveland, 0., March 1. Frsnk
Burgnl, the man who shot his wife,
Cynthia Burgel, at Massiilon, O., Sat
urday night, committed suicide after
leaving home. The police scoured
the town in search of Burgel and sent
numeions telegrams to other citieo,
giving a description of the supposed
fugitive. About 7 o'clock this morn
ing his dead body waa foun t lying in
tbe road within forty rods of his own
houto. His throat had been cut from
ear to ear and by his side lay the knife
with which the deed was done. Mrs.
Burgel is alive. The only witness to
the shooting was a domestic, who re
fuses to say anything about the causes
which led to the trouble., It is sup
posed, bowever, that Burgel and his
wife quarrelled about mosey matters.
rliuipnw. Tax.. March I A double
t'nged occurred Saturday twenty ziien
from this place. Constable F. G. Nor
ntai wts searching for Walter Lane,
charged with cattle-jtealing. Lane un
expectedly rode up, and both men
tired at the same iuttant and both fell
Wile Harder nail (Inlrlde.
ruu-AniarniA, Pa., March 1. Gott
lieb Lend, a German, residing at 254L'
Sepriva streit, cut his wife's throat
witharrmr la t evening and thoa
shot himself with a revolver, beta dy
ing instantly. The tragedy was the
result ot jealousy on tue part ci tne
husband. The couple had been mar
ried thirty years aad had a family ol
three girls and two boys, Lent! drank
heavily, ana wuen unaor uie miiu
ence of liquor became very abusive to
his wife. To day he came home in
toxicated, but contrary to bis usual
custom he treated his wife very kind
ly, nod after remaining in me House a
snort time, nja'.u went out. During
his absence a young man rang tbe door
bell and inquired for one cf Lentx'a
daughters, but she not being at home,
be left. Ijenl returned immediately,
and it is supposed that he saw the
young man depart. There were no
witnesses to tne nornoie iragauy, uui
from the appearance ot the room a
tnrrlble struggle must have taken
place. Lsntx had evidently supped
behind his wife, and drawing her head
back, had slashed tbe lasir across ber
throat. Mrs. Lents, covered with
blood, ran out, the back door, then
tbiouithao alley-way to the street,
where she entered a salcon aod fa.l to
the fljor dead. At the saius time two
pistol shots were heard in the direc
tion of I.enii'a house. Policemen en
tered the hounaaad found Lents lying
deed on the floor, with a shot through
the neck and a revolver lying bv his
side. He had tried to end his life by
hanging, but was umwccersful. The
neighbors snesk very hiubly cf Mis
Letts and ray ttiat her husband had
no cause whatever In bis jealousy,
A Well Devlatd Nainbllnar Hrheine.
W ARRKKsneRO, Mo., March 1.
Chailfe H. Smith, wbo waa arres'ed
bete on Inst rmiay night, bad suc
ceeded, by a will devised swindling
scheme, in def sadingthe inhabitants
of this ana adjoining counties tt iLe
amount of .u,(K)X liis plan was as
fallows: He pretended to have been
spec ally ordained by God to form
new secret order, fiom which waa to
grow a new and the only trne religion.
Accordingly he began ett iblisbing the
order of "The Star of Heaven." He
would giant a charter to any six per
sons who applied for it. provided each
paid into the common fund $25. Char
ter members pledged themselves tot
to take more than six more members
into a lodge, thus allowing only twelve
members of a lodie. Then he
bad prophetic t's-'ods, in which great
avenues of wealth were opened up t J
him. On tbe basis of these visions he
induced his dupes to nortgsite their
farms to the order, and thaa it became
a sort cf loan axodatioo. Tbe sec
retary bad charge cf the noU-s, deeds
and mortgages cf the lojge, which be
tu.ned over to tbe tr aure', who con
verted them ioto cash, fcmiih was
financ'al ajett of all the lodges and
here is where the swindle is. When
the lodge aai orf anized the first duty
of the fioanc at agent was to purchase
land near tome town, divide it ir.tj
tiwnlbt), wbich weie purchased by
members of the financial agent ss fol
lows: A member aid $ 0 for a lot,
one-third caih aod a note tor the bal
ance beating 10 per cent, interest, acd
gave a mortgage on tbe lo.. He then
got C0 of the treasurer, gave it and bis
note fjr $100 to. the financial agett,
and gave the treasurer a receipt for
tOO. Ten sgent returned $50 to the
treasurer and bad the note for $100
In this wsy each member got a lot
aod the sgent many notes of fioai $IC0
to $600 each. The notes were good.
Tbe sgent sold them snd got rich in
this manner. His victims are num
bered by the hundreds.
Kidnapped HI Owa DaDgbler.
Cincimsati, O , March 1 -Jmes H.
Reid has f r foaie yeare lite 1 unhap
pily with his wife in this ci'y. Abont
two months ago he disappeared under
a financial cl ind. going, it is said, to
Minneapolis. Saturday he visited the
home c f his father-in-law, Col. With
ers, on Walnut Hills, where bis wife
aad fo'ir-year-old diuhter, Hazel,
lived. No one wai at tone bnttbe
child's grandmother, and K' id seizing
his daughter put her in a carriage
that wai waiting outside and wts
driven rapidly away. Mrs. Raid has
commenced - proceedings of habeas
corpus to recover the child and will
apply for a divorce.
To all who axe saterini from the errors and
Indiaorationa of youth, narvoui waaknaat,
aarly daoay, loaa of manhood, sto I will
land a reoipa that will cura you, FREE OF
CHARGE. Thla areat ramedy waa dlssorer
adby aminlonary in South America. Sand
elf-addraaaad envelope to tha Kav. J.iaira
T. TwviW. Stnlinn ), SW Ynk C'fw.
OB ejHIM CASCER.
For aeren yenra I luflared with a cancer on
mylaoo. All tht limp's romediei were ap
plied to allavlata tbe pain, but tha ilona
oenlinued to crow, finally attending into
my noia, from wbich cHcua a yoliowih dia
obaraa. vary offennive in character. It wai
alio inflamed, and annojed tne a grout deal.
About einbt inuntba ago I waa in Atlanta, at
tha houa of a Iriend, who no a'rongly reo
ominonded tha ueof bwi t'a Specifio that I
determined to make an effort to procure It.
Id thla I waa auooesalul, and begun Ita ue.
Tha influenoa of tha medicine at first waa to
uiiiewbat aggravate the lore; but toon tha
Innaminalion wai allayed, and I began to im
prove utter the firet few bottles. My general
health bin greatly improved. Iain otronger,
and able to do any kind of work. The can
cer on my face began to decrease and tha
ulcer to heal, until there ia not a veatiae of
it left only a lit la a ar mark the place
where It had been. I am ready to anawer
all iiueitiona relative to Ibis cure.
MH.s. joiuk a. Mcdonald.
Atlanta, Oa., Auguit 11, 18tV.
I have had a cancer on my fa'e for noma
years, extending from one check b ne serosa
tha noe to the oilier. It has given me a
great deal of pain, at times burning and
itching to luoh an extent that it was almost
unbearable. I commenced using Swift's Spe
cific in Miy. 1H6. and haro used eight bot
tle. It has given the greatest relief by re
moving the intlauiinatiun und restoring my
general health. W. IIAKNES.
Knvxvillo, Iowa, Sept. 8, 18S5.
Fur many years I wai a nuffererwith can
cer of the nose, and having been cured by
tha uro of 8. 8. H , I feel constrained by a
sense of duty to sufiering humanity to make
this statement of my cuse. With the four
teenth bottle the cancer bogan to heal rap
idly nnd soon disappeared, and for aeveral
months there haa been no appearance of a
sore of any kind on my nose or faoo, neither
is my nose at all tender to 'he touch. I
have taken about two dor.cn bottles of S. 8. 8.
I am soundly cured, and 1 know that 8. 8.. H,
effected tbe cure after every known remedy
waa tried and had failed. ...
Fort Oalnes, On., May 1, lHSfi.
I had heard ol lha wonderful curea of
Swilt'a Hpeciflc, nnd resolved to try it. I
commenced tnklng it in April, 18H1 My
general health was much Improved, but tbe
cancer which was in ray brent continued to
grow alowly but surely. The bunch grew
and became quite heavy, I felt that I must
either have it cut or die. But it commenced
discharging uuantitiea of almost black.
thick blood. It continued healing araj
the edges until February, whan It WAI en
tirely hoalcd np and wall.
. .. . I15TSY WOOD,
lsst? PlymutI Co- M"- ial
Hwlft'a cfpeolde Is entirely vegetable, and
807. w e'iTa cancors by forcing out the im
parities frott the blood. ,
Treatif e on Wood rt Rktn Diseases mailed
Prawer 8, Atlanta, Ua. New York, 157 W.
' ARB STILL TBlCMPHABrr.
Tnr BfteenyaarsthfT hare atendtlr sained
la laror. and with salae eonstantlr tnoreaa-
ina hsve become tne tnnai popular vursew
throughout tha Unlud btstes.
The w quality iswaaaT.u wtwiv
Aa I.OKO aa oramary uoaasre. ay.
lately tntroduped the and at H sradea
with Extri toio Waiar, and eaa lurnlso
them when preferred.
ttiinesl awaras irom " "is "TV .
areat f airs, xne last tneaai r.neu ii
Fiaar Dkobkk or Mshit, from the lata Expo
sition held at New Orleans. While eoores of
patents hare bren li und worthless, the prin
ciples of tha UloT.-Fittlnf have prorad In
Ketuilera are auinoriaea io reiuna
tl, on examination, these Con-eta do not
proTe aa represented. 'or aala rvrrj
tatalosnra free appllrallon.
Thomson, Lnnifdiiii at t'o.. York
UNDER nnd by virtue of acertsln deed
of trust executed Octobers. 1874, by T,
11. Mmree and Mnry K Mnme, of record In
ihe Remster'a office of Shelby county, Tcnn ,
in Book No. Ml. on pane STK, and an order
of the Chanoery Court of frhelby county,
lenn . entcr.d October 19, 1H2 (M. B. 3J,
pate :U2), In cause of iito K Duncan vs. X.
11. Mee et al., No 4tiii, R. D., defau t
hevina been mule in the payment of 'Die in
drblelness secured thereunder, and at tha
request of the boneuciary, 1 w ill, on
Tlvitrailay, laih day of March,
at nlm., aoll to the hlnhest bidder, torca.h,
at puhlie outcry, in Iront of iry office, No.
12 Madi'oa a reet. Me jph:s, Tenn., the fol
lowint described rtai estate situntd in i-hel-ky
rounty, Tenn , lo-wit: Boioapartof lot
No 4, ol tli" subiii, ifion of the lands of the
estate of Beniamin Duncan, den.ased.and
boandedas follows: Brinninaslaslakein
thM ..niih line of th. nricinal tract .VI chains
4st links east from toe southwest corner of
aaid tract; tnenre east W aie ns s nnas to a
stake; the no north .il chains toasteke;
thence w-t l.i U( clmios to a stake; thence
n,ith cbeins to the beainnina. contain-
tr.i fifty (M) acies, except about IS aores of
the abT0 tract conveyed by Uuncan to
Henry VYiirams by lted dutcd Junel.lfTt
..Ki.li ri.frreni'1. i. made tor full d. scrip
ticn by moles and b iunds , lenvina about 2i
acres to be sold. The euuily of redemption
and ria-ht or repurchsse waived. The title to
said Und is supposed to be tood, but I shall
sell and convey only as trustee without war
ranty. Th.a i'ebruary 24, 1.
J. M. COLUMia. arustee,
Taylor & Carroll, Attorneys.
--a. W-aaaw t- 1 VV, ri t J I w , ' A IA I A' I
t-"-. I -I aV I awB I
Mt mm- in
r- Uf a
YELLOW PINE AND OAK LUMBER,
ASD DEALERS) IX
BllnaV, rreged Flooring, ('ellear, Weatber-Boardlng,
lyprens bbliigleit, l,H(bi4, 1,1c.
aa-Our facilities are unaorpused by any sawmill In theSotthfor 111 Ing orders promptly.
Flooring, Ceiling, biding, btep Lumber and Cypress bbinicea a speoialtt : also, Framing
Lumber of all dimensions. We make the Wholesale Uubeia a apeoiaj feature. Orders
solicited and promptly filled,
GEO. KAY U il.IKIt, AGENT,
TTo. 124 Jefferson Street TyTeitpTiii, Tennessee.
Order for tbla Coal, In large or small qiasatltlea. Oiled by
P. M. PATTEKSOS A COi, 190 Jefferson st.
par Telephone WO.
AND TRUST COMPAKY.
noAnb of z'zt.TTia'rxiisis.
NAPOLEON HaL, MICHAEL GAVIN, j J. O. HANDWEJtKEB.
LOUIS 11 AN AlIER, TI10MA8 BOYLE, I PAVID P. IIAUDEN,
B. H. BKOOKS, T. II. MILI1URN, JAMES A. OMBEHU,
ANDRKW KKNKKRT, SOL OOLKMAN. EWD. OOLDSMITH,
JAM KB S. ROBINSON, WM. KAIZENBBROER, HARDWW PKKES.
er Deposits reoeived In aumi of 91 and upward, and interest allowed on some Semi
annually. a" We buy and sell loeal Investment Bonds aad Securities generally, pay taxes, act as
trustees, and, In general, execute any financial business requiring a safe and responsible
ar vv a Issue drafts, In sums to suit purchasers, on all parts of Europe.
erWahaveaoommodioua Vault for tha deposit o: valuables, whieh is at tha aervice of
our ouatomeri, Free f ubars;e. i
D. P. IIADDEN, President. EffD. (JOLOSMITH, Tlce-Presldent.
JAMES HATH AN. Taohler.
Madison Street, Mear Cotton Exchange and Theater
Rates, Per Dav.
BOWLES & LEAKE. PROPRIETORS
NAPOLEON HILL, President. W. N. WILKERSON, Ylce-Presiden I
H. J. LYNN, tasnici.
m ar -a
DOES A fiBSCSAt. riRB
nil nvMMlllH IllTTT I'lTtn II 1 1 nii
11U bll M lliljll
A QUARTER OF A MILLION'DOLLARS FULL PAID CAPITAL
H. FDRSTKNHKtM, WM. I. COLH, . JAMES RKILLT.
6. MANSFIELD, D. .
Ofllce 19 UlailUnn Street, Memphis. Tenn
HILL, FOUE & CO.
Cotton Factors and Wholesale Grocers
3 Front UU Hemplil, Tenn.
HILL, iOHTSElE & CO.
Cotton Factors, Commission Oerchants,
DILLARD & COFFIN,
I6T Cnah AilTwneew to Hferohantw wnsl Planterw.
ewm f.rt,l .Tiers
enienvntrTiii al sail descrlDtiouH. Semi for Clrcnlar
and Prices Paid.
U D. MULL1NS. of I.U J. K. Godwin k Co. JAS. T0N0B. I.t. ol J. W. CaldweU C.
MXTlLIiINS 2s YONQE,
Cotton Factors Commission Llerchants
No. 1 llOTrard'g Bow, Cor. Front and Union, Kemphls.
r M a
ABD JfABISK BUSINESS. .
JOHN E. HANDLE & CO., PROPR'S,
98 Second St. Memphis. Tar,v
(FOUNDERS & MACHINISTS,
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
- nginets Boilers, Sawmills,
Kritdiord Corn and Wheat Mill-,
Cotton Tress, Cotton lai,
ShaainK, Pulleys, Ktc.
SPK IAI. NOTICE We ar. prerared to All orders.
nnn..r notice, forth eela. rted Mexlari Palu(
Wrenhi.i Fuller. We carry in stock OTer
Two Hundred Assorted mid.
WW- Krnd for Cntlnue and Prtce-Hst.
for MOTES, GIN FA I. Lb ana
BE A I EST ATE,
No. 5435. R. D. Chancery Conrt of Shelbw
wuij oiais o' xenressee lor its own
Base, eie., vs. Uaraaret Kice et al.
x virtue of an interlocutory decree for
t '?' "tared in the abe cause on the
24 In dav Of Decern h U U v ...
Ml, I will sell, at Dublin auction, to the
highest bidder, in front of tbe Clerk and
Master a olBoe. court-house of bhelby Coun
ty, Memphis. lean., on
Malasrtlay, March 6. IHSe,
within lernl hours, the fnllowins described
troTrty, situaud in bhelby county, lenn..
Lot .12. klneb I a W.:-L. 1 -
S0xl57V, feet, south side of Georgia street, t5 '
feet west of Wright avenue.
oLr,.f,b,oek A-Wright'a aubdivision.
SOxluiS feet, south side ot Georgia street, 30
leetwest ol n ritrat avenue. H ild aa proper
ty of Marraret Rice and others.
Lot Si, b'ock 2. A. Wright's aubdivision.
fronting 11 7-M feet en aoulh aide ot (Jeorria,
street, aouthwest eoroer .f LaRose street,
and running sontheastwardly with LaRosa
street 131.2 teet; thrnce west 87.5 Itet to an -
alley ; thence with the east side of said alley
1U7 5 feet to Georgia atreet. baid aa property
of Ellen Sbarpe.
Lot ii. block 12, east side af Second street, .
Fort Pickennv. UilUO feet. 14A font n...tl.
Lot 3i. block 12, east side of Second street.
Tenth Ward, 24iluo feet, tsild as Iroirty
ol Mottle h. Lawrence and others.
Part of lot 12. block 3u, fronting 14 feet oa
west side of alloy east ot Sixth street. Fort
Pickering, and running book went 87)i feet,
being north ot the east part of lot 13, block M.
Part of lot 13, block 30, being the eait 87
feet of aaid lot, fronting 68 feet on wct tide
of alley east of Hixth street.
Lot 14. block 30, northeaat corner of Jack
son and Sixth atreet, Tenth Ward, 'f7xHT
feet, bold aa property of Anthony W. blade
and the unknown heira of Charles Philmott-
Lot e, block 4U, south side of Carolina
street, 50 1 150 feet, Sot' fret east ot Ninth
street, bold aa property of Fred W. Kriser..
Part of block 37, aouthwert corner of Caro
line and Main streets, 80xl27V fret, bold an
property ot D. J. bharre and others.
Lot t, block 16, west sidd of Fourth street.
Fort Pickering, 24x11214 loot.
Lot 10, block lti, west sine of Fourth street.
Fort Pickering, 2IXI12H foot, bold aa prop
erty of Joseph Tata.
Lot W, J. M. Tate subdivision, 53x155 feet,,
east side of Wilkerson street, 63 feet north of
Georgia street. Tenth Ward.
Lot 11, block 111, west side of Fourth street.
Fort Pickering, 74 feet north ol Carolina
street. 24x112 feet, tld aa uroDertv nt-
Terms ot Bale On a creditor six months:
not bearing interest, with good security,
rtquired; lien retained; redemption barred
This February 1, '.
8. 1. McDOWELL, Clerk and Master.
By J. M. Bradley, Deouty (J. and M.
V.U.k C. W. lioiskeli. solicitors.
No. 6434, R. D. Chanoery Conrt of Shelby
ooul ty State of Tennessee for ita own ura,
etc., vs. i;amerine Morgan at ai.
Y virtue of an interlocutory decree for
sal. entered in th. above cause on tha
24th dai c Deoemb-r, 1885. M. B. 60, pate.
506, 1 will aell t public Miction, to the high
est bidder, in front o th. Clerk and Master s
office, courthouse ol tib. by oounty, Mem
phis, lean., on
Hntssrday, March 9,
within legal hours, the following described
property, situated is bhelby county, Tennea- .
see, to-wit: .
Lot Hi, blocjt 10, F W Smith's subdivi
sion, 4H!4 by loO teeton th. west side ot Or
leans street, aouthwest corner of alley n 'rtb
of St. Paul street. Soldaa propeity of M.
Lot W, block in, east tide of THrd street.
50 feet south ol tieoigia street, 24 by 112
feet, bold as property of Thoniiis Nttgle.
Lot 30. block 16, east aide of Tbird street.
10th ward, 24 by U2 feet, the north line be
ing 74 feet south ot Georgia street, bold as
property of I homaa Naale
Lot 18, block 1, fronting 24 feet on the east
side of Water street, Fort Pickering, and,
running back 50 feet. Sold aa property oi
tbe Oriental Powder Co.
Lot 13, Polk's subdivision, 50 by 170 feet on
South side of Georiia street, the westllne be
ing 390 feet east of Orleans atrees. bold aa
property of J. W. Purnell.
Lot 40, block 11. eun side of Second street,.
24 by 100 feet, 96 leat north ot Alabama
street, 10th ward.
Lot 41, block 11, esytiidoof Kooond strtet
24 by 100,72 foot nonh of Alabama.
Lot 42, block 11. east side of beound street,
24 by 100 feet, loth ward.
Lot 43, block 11. east side of Seoond street,
24bylOlfeot. , .
Lot 44, block 11. east aide of Secend street.
24 by HO feot. bold aa property of Saituel
Lot 22. block 17, north aide of Carolina
atreet, 2") by 100 feet, 50 feet east of Fourth
street, boid as property of Thomas Nelson.
Lot 21. block 17, north aide of l'.'r lina
Street, 25 by 100 feet, 75 foet east of Fourth
atreet. Sold as property ot Thomas Nelson.
Lot 26, block 14, south aide of Broadway.,
25 by 170 feot, 25 feet east of alley east oi
Tbird street, 10th ward.
Terms of Sale On a credit of six months :
note with security bearing interest required;
lien retained, redemption barred. This Feb
ruary 1, 18M.
8. 1. MoDOWELL, Clerk and Master
By J. M. Bradley. Deputy Clerk i. Master.
F. li. A C. W. Heiskell. Solicitors.
TTNDKR mid by virtue of two trust deed
' U executed by D. L. Ferguon and B. C.
Ilampson to the undersigned as trustees, on
January 4, 1SS4, and May 11. 1885, respect
ively, and duly recorded (n the office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Mississippi
county. Ark., in Record Book 12,paes 42.
etc, anil Record Book of Trust Deed,vol.
A, pages 275, etc., default in the payment of
th. indebtedness thereby secured having:
been made, at the request of the beneficiariti
therein, we will, aa such trustee), on
Wcilneudaj. Harcls IO, 1SSB,
at the storehouso upon the plantation known
as "Nodena.'Mn Mississippi county. Ark.,
and being on the Missi'simd river, proceed
to soil to the highort bidder, tor cash, the
following personal property, to-wit: Four
4-borse wagons, tight two-hor.!e wagons,
seventy-one mules, six acts won hsrness,
seven sets harness, one 40-hnrpe power en
aine and boiler, two 80-shw Milburn double
roller gins and gn stands, two feeder and
condensers, one Coalman cotton press, one
grist-mill with appurtenances, belting,
shafting and pulleys, three horses, two.
oolts, one mule colt, four mares, four nets of
gear; also, all plows, gcraperc, hcs, axea
and all other farming utensils and imple
ments; and alsn, all cattle suick hogs and
other mules and stock, aud all cronfo' corn,
cotton, cotton-soed. hay, fodder and other
products now on or neionaingi me piama
tions known aa "Nodona, the ' hllis
place" and the "Lanier place" In said
county, run and operated by said Ferguson
& Ilampson during the year 1835. And
under said deed, on
Kalnrday, March SO, I8N6, .
In front of the court-house door In Osceola.
Mississippi county, Ark., we will sell to the
highest bidder, lor cash, the following de
scribed real estate, namely, all being in said
county and btate: The plantation known
as the "Ellis place" at Ferguson 4 Ilamp
son s Landing in cena in, .vihimesippi river.
H seo. 2, 160 acres, W NK H Ice. II. 71
acres, in township 11 north, rente 10 east:
and the S fr J of K W fr W sec a.', (south of
Little river) in township IS north, range 8
east, containing 8,7 acres. Alio, K ir 4 of
BKfrJ. reo.2:..(east of hayou), township 15
north, range 10 east, 3D 19 acros. Also, the
N fr S of sec 10 (we t of By Lake! contain
ing 20-100 of an acre! and the bK Ut f IS W
Y, of see. 15, both in township 11 north,
range 10 eat, the last described containing
40 aores. i .
Said sales will begin at the time and place
ata'cd, and will continue from day today
until completed. All ri.hte of redomi tion
and exemptions are wai cd. Bale absolute.
Termaeaah. D. It. POrToN,
" F. P. P0STON .
Xotlco Is Hereby Olren,
THAT the annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Chesapeake, Ohio
and Southweslern Riilrond Company
for the election of Directors and
such other biniue!s as mny couic before the
meeting, will be held ot th offue of the
Company, in the city of Vemphix (called the
Taxing Ilistiict ot bhelhv lountri, Tenn..
on tbe Aits ta.v l Astrf, IhMl, at 12
o'clock noon of that d.v, nnd that the lesse
froin that Company to tbe Newp. rt Newa and
Mis-issippi Vslley Company will be sub
mitted to tha stockholde s for their consent
thereto and approval thereof. Transfer
books will be closed from Ji-rch 2,'ith to
April 6. 1886.
By order of the President nnd Boxrd of
Directors. 1 S AAC E. W ATKS. becrelary.
TJewspapeT? &ok 11;
. . nrfv t...r i con
sult, be he e ixsri
contains lists of
newt I'Ser and estimates o theciftof ad
vertising. Xheadvertucrwnowani to sna
on. dollar, finds in it tue information lit- re
quires.wbile for him who will invest one
but dred thousand dollars In advertising, a
S"beioe is indicted which will meet hta
every regoiit-ment, or can be made to do so
by slight chana"- easily arrived at by corre
spondence. One buedted and fjty-three
editions have been issued, beat, postpaid,
to any address lor ten co.. Anply to 0 10.
P. RO ELL A C".. MiWSPAfhf AD
VEHTISINU BUREAl',10,prucest. (Priut
ing House Square. t Kew Yoik.
and described as loiiows; n sec. i ), 0,7b
aoros eut of K X seo. 24. and part V J. sec.
24, K of aee. 2i, and E VI sec. i.. in
,nn.k;n 11 north, ranire 10 ea t. Also. r.