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Tilt BODY !!)E.T!F!E!.
Thoteof Prellrr Brjond Any Shadow
f Doibt Dauiglor Eluic
Aralot Mx well.
( St. Lorn, May 21. The interest in
the Maxwell c-e continue nndiaiin
iihed, and at tba opening of the pro
ceedings this morning tbe crowd of
cur oji speclatora exceeded Uiat in at
tendaqce on any previous day. This
was due, however, to tbe fact that a
witness was 1 1 be examined wbo bad
ioeitivtly identified tbe body found
in ibe tine trunk at tbe Southern
i Hotel ta that ot C. Aithur Frailer.
1 This itm m proved to be J. A. Frsier
i cf Toronto, CansiU, for many yeais a
photographer, but .now a portrait
; painter and mulptor. Mr. Frazer wis
E laced on (he etaad and test lied that
e had nut Pre'.ler In Toronto a year
i ago last February; be detcribed Prel
: ler as be kn-w him then, and ex
hibited a portrait of lifrn which had
been painted by tbe witness; it had
; been pronounced an excelltot like
He wts shown by Mr. MoDonaM of
tbe prosecution, daring tbe tatter's
! visit to Toronto, a post-mortem photo
graph ol Prellet's body, and had made
' the portrait from it.
' Witness described his visit to St.
Louis sfter the murder: bad visited
the cemetery in company with one rf
the counted for the defense; bad steu
tbe casket in which Preller's body bad
been plated cxbumed, and recoauitud
the body without a doubt aa that of
C.Arthur 1'reller. lie rtcogniz;d tbe
corpse by the face and a peculiar arar
over tbe left eye brow ; considered tbe
body to be in a remarkably ptfect
it.ts of preservation. Tbe witceaa
identified two different photographs of
The cross-examination filled to con
fuse tbe witnets, and aa he mopped
down from the s and it was evident
that jurors and spectators alike enter
tained no doubt as to tbe identity of
tbe body found in tbe trunk,
wbo t-aoed Maxwell to San Francisco
and brought him back ti this city
from Auckland, New Zealand, pro
duced io court never al articles ot cloth-
ing marked "C. A. P." -A shin, cov
I . ered with blood and badly t rn and
j cut, su ppc sad to bo that whih Mix
1 well removed from Preller'a body im
j mediately after the murder. During
the pasMjie from Auckland, Maxwell
told him that he hai porohased these
i things from a man in Sin Francisco
1 named Robimin.
The witnesa described Incidents of
i the return pit sine, and repeated con-
veisttioni which ha bad with the
. prisoner; during one ofothe latter be
.sited Maxwell how much money be
bid juit previous to bis departure
, from 8s. Loud ot his way to Hn Fran
visco, end he replied: VA boot $1000,"
but bad spent a good deal ot it on tba
trip and in 8u Francifco. When
asked what bad bicomeof the re
mainder he referred him to bis law
yers. In regard to Max well's acquaint
ance with 1'reller, he told tbe witness
j that he had met Urn (Pi oiler) in Liv
srpool ind had seen him last in Boa
i ton. The remainder of the witness's
; wtimony developed nothing new.
j Terrlb:, family Tra,dy,
New York, May 21. A special die
' latch from Toiut Pleasant, W. Va..
i ays: The news of a family traaodv
, las been received front ApplegrovJ,
smaii town t ecnty mites below tma
dace. Mrs. James (iuerin and sister
re widows, each Doing left with
j irge number of children. They rq
I ide near each other, and the children
j uarreled over the ownership of a
i xp-lidder, when Mrs, Thomas ap
I fared and carried the ladder home.
3 ler nephew, Jimmie Uuerin, aged
j Ineteen, followed her and struck ber
I ith a large stone, crushing the laek
1 ! her head, the woman soon dying.
1 Kn after the dead woman's daughter.
1 lira, aired fifteen, sennrrd a rran and
J t'd upon the boy murderer of her
i other, riddling bim with allot, he
J .dyiog in a few tnomen'a. The
'1 was arrested. Much excitement
int8 in the village over the turdble
arderer Bavftd at Dever, Ark.
i Jt. Loois, Mo , May 21. A special
i the PuM-DUpnich sUtt that leo
s rnes was hanged at Dover, Ark.,
j day for the murder of Charles Holl
i n, a. gambler, en November 20.
15. On that date Hollman and
1 rnes, gamblers, living at Pluinmcrs
1 e, Ark., arranged to attend a fes i
that was held Borne four miles dis
. t. Before leaving homo Karnes
ured the co operatiou of John Cul-
and KusacU Wutson in a pi t to
. umpanythem snd during the night
Hollman anil take charge of his
teriy and about $00 in eaxh. Lte
be night, and w bile Hollman was
ping, llaruu drew il revolver and
barged two shots at him, bo h of
eh passed through the heart, and
)e in tbe agony of death, Cullcns
i in ax struck him a fearful blow
the bead. After conviction and
ence Barnes made a full conies
of his crime. Cullens was Bon
ed to twen y-one years in the pen
iarv. WaUon will have a hear
it the fill terra of conrt.
itle Ukk, Akk., May 21. Par-
n of a bloody tragedy wMch
: rred in Lawrence county have
'; been learned. Tnmday last a
named Picket leased a ferry from
Jones of the above county, but,
a doing sh, another resident of
lomm'inity named Joha mi
.Asisted Jones in raising the suuk
; atfnrm the bottom of the river,
: .'reed to take his charges for so
i ! out in ferriage across the river.
' hiy, when he with his family
i ( io the ferry, Picket, hearing o"f
iHcrtions about crossing the river
; demanded pay in advanco. Lane
lira, that be w'ould be lived R'ter
jur, and started to drive into the
jwhen I'icket stepK)d before the
tnd prevented him. , Each one
iiTpicked up a rock, 4mt Picket
-d his, dodged Lane's as he
iit, and rushed upon hi-n with a
I cutting a gxsh live or si t inches
antagonist's side, and cut one rib
o. Lane died Thursday night,
is in Lawrence county jail.
IVIfe-Mnrdrrnr llnagod. '
"M, N. Y, May 21.-JVter
i tto, the wi'e-uiurderer. was
I at 10:2tiJ o'clock this mornii g.
' Va IISMariorc lor Mlaa; Ma
' York, May 21 Alderman
the convict d bribe taKer,
l ved tliis morning at a i early
, oin the TouiIjs p isoi, and
o Hinj Hng, to serve out h s
e ot nine ers and ten
: ;. As early as 8 o'clock a crowd
hi were gathered about the
exits to ree the prisoner off on
irn y. Accompanied by a
tlieriff, to wh'.ni he was hand-
by another deputy nhentl. 'i'tie party
were dnven to the Grand Central de
pot, where they took the K a. in. train
lor Mng King.
AIRIV1L AT TBE rBIHO.f.
Siao Siso, N. Y.. May 21. Tee
train which ' brooebt tx-A Merman
Jaehne from New York, was met at
tbe deiot by a mob ot a thousind
men and biya, all anxious to see con
vict No. 1 of the New York Hoard of
Aldermen. Jaehne was hurried into
a closed carriage and driven up the
bill to the prison lie entered the
sombre gateway in company with
three burn lurg, and was nmle to an
swer to ths usual questions. The four
prisoners wtre then ranged in line.
Jaehne brinting up in the rear, ana
with hii ritht hand on the shoulder
of the primmer in fr .ntof him, and
bis left hand resting ag innt his side,
the ex-Alderman took h stint practice
in the loi k step Uo was then taken
to the Ktnte shop, given a rew prison
suit, was shaved and bad bis ha r cut,
after which he was pnt in a cell. To
morriw he will begin Marching shirts
in the prison laupdry.
riBIUh Crime) la l.arriM
Littli KfK'K. Abk. Mav 21. Par-
ticulara of a fiendish crime comm ttcd
in Lawrence county, this kta e, a few
days ago, rea'hed here to-ilay. A
lady, whoso name is w thheld, of
bigii standing in the county, gave the
alarm that her reven-vear old stert-
son had fallen into the well. A neigh
bor soon rescued the little fellow, who
was in a dying condition. He lived,
however, long enough to tell that the
woman had beaten him nearly to
death and then threw him into tin
Mormon MUaloaitrlra la Peaaayl-
riTTaiirao, Pa , May 21. A special
to the Comiiurriul (,u:ellf says that
seven Mormon missionar es from
I'lnh have been holding services in a
K'hool-lionio near Fayette City, Pa.,
and have bant zed Beveral converts.
The people became indignant and
overflowed the meeting At Iti con
clusion Justice Cahaugh denounced
them as impostors, having 11 st chal
lenged them to dnnk a solution of
arsenic which they had said they
could do without barm, and which
they decline! to di. The meeting
broke up with a great tow.
Make Ilaale lo Deft-ad Toarslf
If jou live In a locality whara malaria If
pravalent, with a preventive thataxparienca
lDdlcatai aa ths raoit reliable of medical
Mletuardi Uoitatttr'l 8lomach Bitten
Kntlrelr free from the objeotlcna and the
ara valid onet-whloh attach to tha mineral
alkaloid quinine, it li far mora effective
and tta effect! ara not avaneicent, butlaat
int , nnllke thoie .of tha druf. There ara
portion! of oar land and none more beauti
lul and lertile-whirh at no eeaon of tha
year ara entirely exempt Iron the malarial
court In eunh redone liotetler' 8tom
aoh llitteri bai undertone a oootinnoua tat
for ihe paat thirty yeari, with reaulu which
naTeeeiaoiiaoeu iu repuiatioa beyond all
eavil aa a auecial dalania uilmt avr r..rm
of malarial diaiaie. Jfor bllioufneaa, alio,
nia u aoanuwreoirra ipecino, and ll la a
potent remedy for cnnitipatiim. dyaprpala,
rheomatiam and an lupoferlahed aondilioo
vi ioe oioua.
Clnelanatl May Mnale reallval.
Cincinnati, May 21. At yester
day afternoon a May Festival conce't
nearly 40 0 people were present.
Bchubert'a unfinished symphony was
the anccesa of the performance. Miss
unie Jjitheman was rewarded with
tremendous outbursts of applause for
her singing of Be hovon'a "Freud voll
nnd Leidvol. Last night was devoted
to the production of ''The Damnation
of Faust" by Be'.ie'e. Mme. Hastnr-
citerand Meflsra. Whitney, Candadua
ami i,uawig were tbe "oloiste The
audience numbered 4000, the lirgest
oi nie wtea.
la tko Dear Old ataya.
We differ in creed and politics, but
we are a unit all the fame on the de
sirableness of a fine bead cf hair. If
you mourn tha loss of this blessing
and ornament, a bottle or two of
Parker'a Hair Balsam will, make you
look as you did in the dear 'dd daya.
It la worth trying. The only standard
60 cents article for the hair.
The Hlaeanrt Faolflfl.
St. Louis, Mo., May 21. Ths report
of the stockholders of the Missouri
Pacini railroad and its leased and
operated lines, for the year ending
December 31, 1886, has been is ued
Itshows the got ernings to have
Ireon J2,9."U1,21H(M, fr im the follow
ing inircea: Freight, 10,221,742 Ot;
passengers, fft.WM.MHO 78; mail, $710,
2Mi 27; express, til5,322 83; miscel
laneous, $479,lr8 12. The oxponsesof
the system during the year were $15,
H8(i,5."o tin ; and the surplus earnings,
111,)0,8 0 05, be'ng a decreas. as
compared with the year before of
Ncoll'a Kmolalon af Par
fod Liver Oil, with Hypophosphites,
in Consumption snd Wast ng D 8
eases. Dr. O W. Barringer, Pitts
burg, Pa., says : "I think your Kmul
Bion of Cod Liver Oil in a very fine
preparation, and alls a long-felt want.
It is very useful in consumpiion and
rioatlna Pnmlro atinno la tn Io
New York, May 21.-Tho shipCleo
lnana, Capt. Afny, from Calcutta,
which arrived at this port yesterday,
reports that the bed of floating pumice
stone in the Indian Ocean w a found
to have travelled du ing the last eight
eon months from latitude 10 Bouth,
longitude 7rt east, to latitude 2S south
and longitude 4S east, iu a direction
west by sou h, three quarters south.
107(1 miles, or nearly an average of
flvo mil. s daily.
Branllfy Tour Homo.
Finish tho walla and ceilings with
Alahastine. You can do it; inex
pensive; try it. White and twelve
tints. Cheaper and better than paint,
kalsomine or paper. Dislnfecte and
pr'yents diseases. Beautiful sample
card free. By druggist, hardware
and paint dealers. $Mi given away
6. MANfrFIKU) ACQ.. Memphle.
llravjr Krrahrta la Norlb I'arollaa.
Cihri,ston, S. C, May 21. There
are heavy freahe s throughout upper
Carolina. The IVdee river thirty
six f.et above low water, and is ail
rising. The crops on the river are a
total loss. The daniago is beyond es
timate. Considerable injury has been
aone to ranrotds and crops in the
western parta of the
DtI'bpia cm?s from Turpi! Liver
and C. stiveiies. You carfnut dij;et
y iur f jod well unlera your live snd
oels st properly. B'audr.Uh'a
Tills, takr n oni or two at night tor a
week or to, i l lerfiila'e the bowel,
fctiuiuU! tl e liver and ensure a qu ck
and hetlthful digention. Tht-sa
are puie y vegitiMe. contain ro min-
eral a id are absolutely harnleia for
old and yonrg.
An exchange says: "Man's average
life is t irty-thr-e years." Dr. Huh
Cough Pyrup will alwa)-8 live.
3IEMPHI8 DAILY APPEAL SATURDAY, MAY 22, 1886.
I THE M!!0J PROBLEM
What Judge Tucker or the House
Judiciary Committee Thinks
of tbe Xeasare.
Wahhinoton, May 21. Tbe House
Committee on the Judiciary to-day
instructed Chairman Tucker to report
avorauiy an amenooMnt to tbe con
stitution declaring polygamy unlaw
ful. There was but one member f
the committee who did not agree to
the action of the committee, and lis
on'y desired further time to consider
it. The following is the full text of
the amendment as it will be reported:
Till I'BOPOSID AMENDMENT.
Krwhtd, etc., That it is deemed
necessary by the two houses of Con
gress to propose an amendment to the
constitution which shall be valid to
all intents and purposes as part of the
constitution when ratiflid as hereby
nroposed by the Legislatures of three
four, hs of the several (States tbe pro
posed amendment to bo numbered
and to read as follows, to wit:
Abt.clk XVI. Fir4 Tbe mar
riage relation, by contract or in fact,
by one person of either sex and more
than one petson of the other sex shall
be deemed polygamy. Neither polyg
amy nor any polygamous association
or cohabitation between the Bfxes
shall exist or be lawful in any place
within the jurisdiction of the United
Mates or any of the States.
.Second. The United (States shall not,
nor shull any (State, make or en'orco
any law which shall allow polygamy
or any polygamous association or co
habitation between the sexes, but tbe
United Htates and every State shall
prohibit the same by law within their
Third. The judicial power of the
United Sta'es ihall extend to the
prosecution of the crimes of polygamy
and of a polygamous association or
cohabitation between the sexes under
this article, and Congress shall have
power to de lure by law the punish
Fourth. Nothing in tho constitution
nor in this article shall be construed
to deny any&tite the exclusive Doer.
subject to the provision of this article,
w maie ana eniorco all laws concern
ing marriage and divorce, within its
jun-diction, or to vest in the United
States any power respecting the same
wiunii any oiaio.
chairman of the Judiciary Committee,
said to an Associated Press reporter:
"the committee will report tbo
amendment on Monday, and will then
probably take up the Kdmunda Utah
bill, rue subcommittee have consid
ered tbe hdmunds bill, and will sub
mit their views to tho full committee,
which will meet hereafter as often as
practicable. The Kdtnunds bill will
bo greatly modilierl, but I ara not Dre
pared to say, uo til action by the full
committee, in what respect. I will
By, however, that it will not be in a
way materially to change the policy of
nie government in reieronce to polyg
amy, but the effort will be, while con
demning the crime r f polygamy, to
do so in consistency with the const
tu ional law and with respect to the
liberties of the peonlo all'ected. The
amendment to the constitution pro
posed by the committee was intended
to deflnt the crime of polygamy and
the like aa treason, us intended by
the cons Station itself, so that elcmonr
in the definition of tha offense will
be left to Congressional action. Hay
ing defined the crime, lest it should
continue or be revived in a new State
whon it ceased to be a territotv. tbe
amend-nent gives Congre.s the power
to punish the crime created by this
article and to tbe courts of the United
State the power to try it. Then, in
order to prevent any inference in
favor of the po iter of Congress to in
terfere in the general law of each
State as to marriage and divorce; the
amendment further provides that no
construi tion shall be given to it
w hich would deny to each State tho
exclusive power to regulate that class
cf questions or to give any such power
to Congress Tho amendment, there
fore, while serving as a remedy for tbe
crime, even in tho Stat.s themselves,
is entirely conservative of the power
of Uie States over the important do
m stic relation of tho family. The
amendment was framed for the pur
pose of throwing weight of itself
against polygamy, as the present con
stitution makes it that any State
romes into the Union, as well as
those already in it, shall bo Republi
can in their form of government, so
this amendment provides thut every
State in the Union shall bo American
in its t po of t-ocioty and not Asiat c.
That in, ths Suite shall be Republican
as to their form of government and
monogamists as to their social life.
Judge 1 ticker s id thut be bad pi von
the amendment thorough and mature
consideration. The subcommittee and
then tho full committee bad agreed to
it after full consideration, and it had
nut w.th general anoroval from ner-
haps fifty members of Congress to
whom it hud been shown, and on
who-o judgment he could relv. He
intended to try and secure spt-edy and
thorough consideration for it by Con
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Lath and Shingles, Flooring, Ceiling and Cedar Posts,
MEMPHIS, - - TEWWESSEE.
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Wholesale Dealers and Publishers,
BoleAtenU following Flrit-CIatf Initrumenti:
piajtos ACli,eAwBiiSLoccl,: PKAS,!
arA NEW T-OOTAVE PUNO FOR $10.-mi
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Wholesale Grocer, Cotton Sfrtctora
And Commission tfarcftants,
232 aud 234 Front
I. N. RAENEY devotes hit whole time to the weighing and sale of all Cotton entrusted
to our charge. Colten Warehouse, Washington street.
8. B. WITT.
O. W. TOMLIK. WM. BENJES.
NEW CARRIAGE FIRM.
Tomlin & Beiijes,
179 Slain St., Memphis.
Offer (racial inducement! in Open Bufrgiet
of our own make, at too; Top But-xiea ol
oar own make, at f!2U. All work war
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aver Haylm- disponed of our entire itook ol
vebiclei ana the Manuraoturina; Depart
ment toneaars. 1UM1.1M A UbMJhH, we
oespeaa lor tnem a oontinuanoe of the
pa ronage io lontr extended to ui.
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St.. Memnhli, Tenn.
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98 Second St. Memphis, Tenr
FOUNDERS & MACHINISTS,
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
Knglneg, Boilers, Sawmills,
Bradford Corn and Wheat Millf,
Cotton Press, Cotton Gins,
Shafting, Pnlleys, ;ic.
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on aoor notice, for the oelec rated Medara Pataenl
Wrengbi Pulley. We oarry in itook oror
Two Hundred Aaaorted Men.
ar Hen d for Catnloa-ne and Prtce-llat. '
Latest Novelties in Footwear
FOR SPRING AND SUMMER.
AQSNTS FOR THS FAMOUS
W. L. Donglas 83,00 Calf Shoes
Jn Button, Lac and Congress.
Illustrated Catalogue and Prloa-Llst
Mailed Free on application.
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PKOBATE COURT SALE
In the Town of Colllrrflllr, Teon.
No. 512, R.D. John Loame, Public Admin
ietratorof Shelby county, and aa auchAd
minietrator of Mra. . M. Uleoklej, de
ceased, va. Milt-tie A. Brennan at al.
BYnrtueof decree for aale entered here
in, April 27, 18fc6, I will offer for aale..
at public, auotion, at C0LL1KRVJLLE..
Salarday, May SO, I88S.
within legal boura, the following described
real estate, to-wit:
1. A certain lot containing three ard one-
half (3) acret in the Tenth 0 vil District
of Bhelb county, Tenn., in the neithbor-
hoodof Bray's Station: Bounded on tbe
norm ty tne Mnte-Une roadi on tbe south
by tbe M. and C. Kuilroad; on the east by
tne landa ol P. M. Ward, and in the west by
the lands of K. Head.
And the following lota in the town of Col
liervilie, Shelby county, Tenn. :
II. Avacnntkt ironting on th, welt side
ot the public park.'outh ol the lot owned by
T. J: Morris, and being one hundred (100)
feet by a depth of one hundred and twenty
III. A vaeantlot on the eoulh sideol Front -street,
beginning abont one hundred and
forty (HO) teet west of tbe intersection ot
Front street with the opening west of th,
publio square, having a front ol one hun
dred and seventy-four fret by a depth of
about two buodr'd and twenty (20) feet.
IV. A meant lot on the east aide of Mala
treet, thirty by tixly (30x60) fee', lying be
tween the property of Geo. il. Blair and P.
V. A Ttcant lot on th, -Teat tide of Main
treet. beginning about one hundred and
fifty-eight U5H) feet north of the inte section
of Front and Main atreeta; thence terth
twenty (20) leet, with a depth of one hun
dred and sixty (161) feet, running south at
right angles with the euuth line of said lot
from a point one hundred and twenty (120)
feet west of the' beginning point, adiatanoe
of fiftr-eight (58) feet, until it joins with lot
Ho four (4). fronting on Front street.
VI. A certain lot commencing on th,
northwest corner of J. W. and W. I). Koen'e
lot, in the town of Collienrille, deeded to
them by Leake ard Irby; running thence)
north thirty (30) feet to a stake; thence east
(ixty (60) feet to a stake; thence south thir
ty (30 1 feet to a stake to the northwest cor
ner ot raid lot of Korn's; tbence we.t sixty
(60t feet to the beginning point.
Book 30, page 135.
VII. A lot known at the Orchard lot, de
scribed as : Beginning at the northeast cor
ner of lot No 6, on a range of lots north of
puMio square and opposite the M. and C.
K.R.; tbence north two hundred and seven
feet six ('-V7M incbea to a s'ake; tbence west
two hundred and twenty (220) feet in J. K.
Wadding'! east boundary; tbence south
two hundred and seven teet six (207) inches
to a state, which if the northwest corner of
John Lvnch'a lot No. 11; tbence east two
hundred and twenty (J2A) teet to the begin
ning, containing, by estimation, a little over
one acre. Book 72, page 642.
Vlll Lot No. one (1), iorty (40) ft,' by .
one hundred (100) feat, in a range ol lot.
Not. 1 to 11, on the north aide ot the put lio
quart or park, purchutcd from V. Leak,
September 24, 1867, and recorded in Regis
ter's office of Shelby county, in book No. 62.
paget 20), SU.
IX. Lot No. 2, forty (40) by one hundred
(100) feet, in a 'range of lota Kos. 1 to 11 on
tbe north side of the public square or park,
purchased from V. Leake, December, 1867,
and recorded in tha register's office of Shel
by county, in book No. 65, page 476.
X. Lot No. 4 (and Dart of lot 31. fortv WW
by one hundred (100) feet, and part of lot 3.
eight (HI by one hundred (100) leet, west of
and adjoining lot No. 2, in a range of lota
No. 1 toll, on tha north aidoot the publio
park or square. On tbit lot, 48i 100 feet, are
two briok storehouses, on which there isa
tru't deed of rocord. (Sale subject to the
rishta of the mortgagee.)
XI. Lot No. 5, forty (40) by ono hundred
(It 0) feet, westol and a joining lot No. 4,
above described, and fourteon (14)feettix
(6) inches of lot No. 6. weft of nnd adjoining
lot No. 5. Tbis It tbe lot on which Mrs. K.
M. Blecklev res ded at the timeof her death.
being fifty-four (54j leet lix inches by on
hundred (100) feet i One-story frame and
improvements, iiook oo, page 2: o.
XII. Lot No. 9. tortv (40) by one hnndred
(100) feet, in arango of lota on the north Bide
of tne publio park or square, record book.
No. 6a, part 2, pages 457-8. A lot fronting
the west side of the public park, beginning
forty-eight (48) feet south of Front street,
lying between the lot of J. K. Waddy on th,
north and T. J. Morris on the south, being
forty-eight by one hundred and twenty I48x
120) leet, having two (2) two-story brick im
provements and also one fl) small tenement
of wood. Upon this lot there it a trust deed
ot record. Sa.e tubjeot to the rights of tbe
Aa per said decree, I will first sell said on
improved property, or so much thereof at
may be neceaaary lor the payment of th,
debts and cba ges, and ctato, county and
municipal taxes acainat aaid estate: and in
the event said unimproved property doet
not reulne sufficient, then I will oner said
improved property for sale for the payment
of the remainder of said debts, cost,
eharura and taxes. Thit decree il mad,
without prejudice to the claims of creditor,
teenred by mortgage or trust deed, and the
right of the estate In property embraced inr
such mortgoge or trust deeds shall be last
told in case a aale thereof becomes neces
sary to pay the debt, allowrd.
At the time ol the tale the guardian, M.
Gavin, may direct the order in which the
different iota or tracts may be told, except
that the moataged prouerty ll to be last told
at above sfntad.
Termi of Sa e One-fourth (Ml cash, one
fourth (V.) on Deceo ber 27, 1886, ana one
half (K) on December v7, 1887i purchaser to
execute notes with pgroved personal secu
rity for the unpaid purchase money, and a
lien retained on th, property to secure th,
deferred payments. Thit April 'M, 165.
, UUUH B. CULLEN. Clerk.
By d. L. McDonald, Deputy Clerk.
John League, W. D. Wilkerenn, H. C.
Warriner and Albert Suggs, solicitors.
T9RWWX N I BOX ItlTTKRS ER.
tirely cured Mr. S. A. Cocks, 368 Main
street, Memphit, Tenn., of a tevere ease of
chills and lever, lie believes in it.
65 Badlan tre. Jlrmpbla, Tvnag
A FULL stock of Wooden and Meta
Catet and Oaakett, Lnrial Rooee.etc,
always on hand. Order? by Telegraph orlel-
anltraa Pwiri'f to.
PTT.PM Instant relief. Final
A 1A"JS, ten daya, and never r
No parte, no salve, no fuettository. Hutler-
era will learn of a aimple remedy. Free, by
addressing C. J. Mi SON , 78 Naeeau St., N. .
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