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THE JllWI SCAM1L
FURTHER DETAILS IX THE U2T
That Has Bobbed a nappy Home of
Sanctitj tlreat Sjnip.thj for
tbe Outraged Husband.
(ariciiX to thi irriiL.I
Jackson. TN.. November 3. The
gretteensitiou in tbia city canned by
Jnhn Ni'wmsn r-hoolinir tbe Kov. l
W. Hinkln. reiVor cf St. Loke'i
Chorcb, yesteiday evtnirg U e'M the
topic ol couvenation tniougrjotu mo
city. Ihe, eicitimeut was so grfat
Ja&teveMr e that we could not give
particoliira in enr last night a spteml
IlnwPTnr.we Rend VOU tonight tbefactl
kn a hannt home was ruined and
broken np. Batween 3 and 4 o'clock
laat Tuesday evening (he people about
the conitnouee square wtre iDBianuy
thrown nto a state ol intense excite'
merit by tbe appearance of Mr. John
Newman, a well known citizen and
fieiebt conductor on the Illinois Cen
tralroad, running terras the courtyard
toward the JJrijmt House, pistol in
hand, with a determined look that
showed he meant to avnnge hia
wrongs at every hazard. He
waa sitting on the Confederate
monument, on the lookout.
eeeine. for the fiev. G. W. Hinkle
lector of 8U Luke's Episcopal Church
of this city, who, according to tbe con
fession cf Mr. .Newman s wile, bnt an
hour cr two b.fora had invaded and
destroyed the sanctity of hu home
and all tbat wai worth living for. On
seeing Mr. Iltckle walking eastward
en Bi t-more street, fouta ol the court
koo.se and toward the Bright House,
he sUrted in parsuit, but Borne one
cried oat to Mr. Hinkle to run, which,
on look in e ud and seeing Mr. JNew
man, he did, turning down tbe alley
ninii southward, with Mr. Newman in
hot pursuit and firing from his re
volver tdres ehots, one of which tnok
effect behind the right shoulder. Mr,
Hinkle. however, suc ceeded in reach
ing the j.til, and rushing in, begged
the protection of Mrs. Pen-on, the
Phfriff's wifs. Tbe crowd had lor-t all
interest in the election for the time
and was running about in a state of
great excitement Policeman Hinton
being on the ground, demanded Mr,
Newman's surrender, which in his ter
rible excitement he at first refused,
but being assured that be was iur
rounded by friends he gave up the
pistol, a thirty-eight caliber Smith A
We sn, and eui rendered, giving band
before Jdstice B. F. II ward in the
snm of $1001). He could have given
IIOU.UUU as easily. Alter listening to
the various rumors as tp Mr.' Hinkle's
part in this terrible affair, we cull the
tallowing, which represents his state'
merit in brief :
He laid: "List Friday before my re
turn from Chicago Mrs. Newman sent
a note to my house stating that sbe
waa a Do in to leave ner bUBband and
wanted $50 or $75 to get awav on, and
asking that the money be left at the
Women's Exchange. On Saturday
morning she called at my residence
ana lett a message tbat sbe would
send me a note through the postofficp,
which was done. This last note said
she would be in Memphis and her ad
drees No. 18 Burgess street. I paid no
attention to theee notes, thinking it
an toe result ol a diseased mind, as I
had been guilty of no indiscretion
whatever. Today I bad been out vis
iting, and on my return from Mr. JB.
E.tirav's I was near the Bright House
when I beard voices calling out for 2se
to run. On looking up I saw Mr:
Newman coming toward me with a
drawn pistol, and seeing him cnep it
at me, I ran down tbe alley west of
the Blight House and heard three
shots fired, the second of which struck
ay right shoulder."
I remained at the jail until Drs.
Cook and Herron dreeaed my wound,
which was pronoaoced a flesh wound
and not dangerous. The whole affair
is a mystery to me, as I had noticed
no wrong in Mrs. Newman and re
garded her as a good and true wife,
and had been on good terms with Mr.
mfs. Newman's cohfession.
In a lengthy interview Wednesday
with Mr. John Newman, tbe injured
husband, whese home ai d happinrss
have thus been destroyed, and who
talked to as with blinding tears and
heart broken sobs, we gathered the
following facts in regard to his and
his late wife's part in the matter: Mv
name is John B. Newman, and my
wife's maiden name was Olivia War
field. We were mairied e'even yeais
ago tne 21tt of October laet, and have
two little girls living, aged about 7
and 9 years. Heretofore my wife and
I have had some trouble about her
extravagant expenditure of money. I
remonstrated with her time and again
about it, aodshe promised me to be
more prudent, and all our differences
were bealtd, as I supposed. When,
on my retuin from my regular
trip lest Saturday, I found
my wife and children gone, I
ascertained tbat they had gone to
Springfield, Mo., and started after
them at once in the deepest trouble.
As I reached tbat city and (topped off
the tarsi met my wife and children,
ready to take the train for Kansas
City, where sbe expected to meet a
bister of Chanty, whom she knew.
and have onr children placed in a con
vent at St. Charles, Mo. I soon af
fected a reconciliation with her, as she
said she had broken her promises in
regard to going into debt and wasting
money, and therefore made up her
mind to get beyond the reproaches
which she deserved, but that it was a
mere accident that she had gone to
Springfield, and we retarned home,
arriving here at o o'clock . a m
Tiesday morning. After dinner that
day my wife was talking over
our affairs and trying to effect a rerma
nent reconciliation, as I loved my wife
very dearly and sympathized with ber,
when she told me freely and of her
own accord that the money matters
was not all tbe trouble, that ou last
Wednesday night she bad heard tbe
Rev. J. J. Porter preach at the First
Baptist Church and Jiad been so
deeply convie'ed of ber awful sin tbat
it made ber 10 misei able she bad fled
from home, and, upon my pressing her
for a full confeis'on, she stated that
Mr. Hinkle hud thrown his arms
around her and kissed her, making
such advances an to secure her ruin in
the spring of Ust year while entertain
ing him at a fr end's bouse in the par
lor, her friend being sick, and tbat the
crime bad been repeated four times.
All the above statements were re
peated and confes'ed to in tbe pres
ence of several witnesses at tbe bouse
of Mr. D. W. Newman that night,
where she had gone with her children
when their fa her bad sent for tbem;
and she further said that no blame
could be attached to Mr. Newman, as
he bad always been a good and fond
husband to her.
Some of the raidest sequels to this
awful affair are as follows: Whea Mr.
Newman sent for his little girls that
night tbeir (creams at bairnr aanarated
liom their mother and hers in response I
were heard for eqnares aronod and
were bearlrending indeed. Shefinally
refused to part with them and jumped
in the carriage, going t Mr. D. W.
Newman's, where the last interriew
was had, as above,
So-n afterward the final separation
occurred, and she left on the 9: 15 p.m.
train cf the Memphis and Ohio road,
telling a gen'lfnun present that iha
was ping to Motii e one of Mr. New
man s brothers furrishing -.er money,
and that she wa going to try to live
a go: d and pure life ia the futnre.
She is an intelligent, good looking
woman, about 30 years of sgs, having
been bora in Maryland and educa'e i
in this city. She bad bi.eu a newspa
per contributor, and was married ner
this city. She was frominectly con
ce'ted. Mr. Hinkle is about 35 years old.
He came here, as rector of St. Luke's,
about three years since from Cleve
land, 0., where, as the public remem
bers, certain grave charges were made
against him of a similar character.
He is a well educated and afl'ab'e
man, ca'citlated to impress people
tbat he is a perfect centleman.. He
left tbe city early last night by priva e
conveyance for Bells, on the Loait
villo and Nashville road, and thence
to Nashville, it is said.
Dr. Frederick Howard
irlClAL TO THI 1PF1U.1
Jackson, Tknn., November 3. The
report that the Central Baptist church
bad accepted the proffered res gnatioo
of the pastor, Dr. Frederick Howard,
is incorrect. Feeling that more of his
time and attention should be given to
his p.per, tbe True tiaptwl, be ten
dered his resignat.on of tbe pastor
ship. Tbe church unanimously de
clined to accept it, but resolved that
they would elect as assistant paitor
any minister be might suggest. He
suggested the Rsv. A. 3. Hall, a farm
er mimsier.oi tee rirst Baptist Church
of this placf, who was unanimcasly
eiecteu to n.i nr. Howard s place.
The United State t'onrl Convener,
Judge K. A. Hill Pa-saiding.
SPIC1AL TO THI APFIab.
Jackson. Miss . November 3. The
United States Circuit Court and Dis
trict Court convened today in tbe
regular term. Tbe Hon. K. A. Hill is
the Judge presiding, and the Hon. J.
B. Harris District Attorney. The
grand jury was impaneled and ably
charged by tne J adge.
A aJrugglat'tj Story.
Mr. Isaac 0. Chapman, druggist.
Newburg, N. Y., writes ns: "I nave
for tbe past ten years sold several
gross of Dr. William Hall's Baleam for
the Lungs. I caa say of it what I
cannot say of any other medicine, I
nave never beard a customer speak ol
it but to praise lis virtues in tne high-
est manner. I bave recommended it
in a great many cases of whooping
cough, with the happiest effects. I
nave used It in my own family for
many years; in fact, always have a
Ijottle in the medicine closet ready fur
Bebela Burn Hlabla.
Rangoon. November 3. The town
of Miahla has been attacked and
burned by 900 rebels, under
Bahshway. The lost of property ia
A MOUT LIBERAL OFFER!
Th Voltaic Bblt Co., Marshall,
ich., offer to send their Celebrated
Voltaic Belts , and Electric Appli
ances on thirty days trial to any man
afflicted with Nervous Debility, Lose of
Vitalitv. Manhood, fitn. Tllnnlratjj.l
pamphlet in sealed envelope with full
particulars, mailed tree. Write them
Three Italians Killed and Two In
jured by a Trala.
Pobt Jbrvi8. N. Y.. November 3.
The eaat bound St. Louis (limited)
train, on the Erie road, this morning
ran into a party of Itilian laborers
ngaged in ballasting at Hawkins.
They bad stopped on tne est bound
track to avoid a weet bound freight
train wnicn was men passing, imo
of tbem were instantly killed and two
ouiers iatatiy injured.
PREPARE FOB FLOODS.
Foundations, cellar walls and bnild-
ings Humect to overflow should be con.
tructed with Louisville Cement It ia
Rlotoua Onibrenb la Ireland.
BhLfAST, November 3. Rioting be
gan on Cartick hill during tbe night.
No police were near when the out-
bieak occurred, but they appeared
later ami a:eperaedtbeoppo;ingmohe.
Many rioters were etruck by etonea
and badiy hurt. The gre teit excite
ment wacauaid by the distuibance
and tbe feeling hits not abated. Ex-
cerees are feared.
Giva Ely's Cream Balm a trial.
This justly celebrated remedv for tbe
L-cure of catarrh, hay fever, cnld in the
bead, etc., can be obtained of any rep-
utao e craggut. and mar be relied
upon aa a safe and pleanaot remedy
lor tbe above complaints, and will
give iaamrdiate relief. It is not a
liqaid, snuff or powder, has no offen
sive with good result, as tboueands
can testify, among them some of the
attache ol this office. Spirit f the
j. tmes, may zv, lam.
The Japanese Ptlaee.
Nw York, November 3. Prince
Kamatsa, of Japan, arrived from Chi
Adfico to Slothera.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrnp
snouid always be nsed when children
are cutting teeth. It relieves the little
snnerers at once j it produces natural,
quiet sleep by relieving the cliild
from pain, and the little cherub
awakes as "bright as a button." It is
verv pleasant to taste. It soothes the
child, softens the game, allays all
Eain, relieves wind, regulates the
owels, and is the best known remedy
for diarrhoea, whether arising from
teething or other causes. Twenty
five cents a bottle.
Fakk, November 3 Pastenr in
formed the Academy of BclenoM be
treated duriag the past vear 2490 per
sons who hid been bitten by ani
mals, and only ten died.
Cleopatra Drank Pearl
In her wine, and caDtivated Cmsir
ith ber beauty and macniarence.
uatpeariBtn tbe month are better,
nuww aa wivj g mi W u U A I JT UBV OUT J JLfVJi I
every day. and captivate all bv iimtjly
emiling to show their pretty white
Brown's Bbomchial Tkochbi for
Coughs and Colds: "I think them
the beat and moat convenient relief
ex-ant.". C. M. Humphry, Or(,
TUB LAM CANDIDATE!
MA TOM I
Congratulates H , j
the Vote Cast for Him and Criti
cises Ilia Opponents.
Niw York, O. tober 3. When late
last right it was made known at the
heidquaiters nf the Cential Labor
Uru n tnat Hrnrv George was de
feated, tbe ciowj there assembled
gave voice to expressions cf disgust.
Henry George carue into the ball at
11 o'clock and moun iog a table ad
dressed his supj orters, saying that he
felt p-oniter than if be held in his
hand official rtturns making him
President of the United Stites. Their
devotion to the great cause watshown
and be flt certain that under a fair
count of the ballot he would be the
next. Mayor of. New York. "II the
official te:um8 do not give me that
truce," he ta d, "it is because of the
money and intimidation used, and of
the rumshops, of State and Na ional
administrations, cf an unscrupulous
press, the unreasonable fear of tbe ig
norant rich and tbe degradation of
the miserable porir. What we songht
we accomplished by bringing prin
ciple into politics,'' he went on
to eay, ''and I congratulate
you on the greatest of victories that
we have won. Thank God, we hav
demonstrated the political power of
labor. Never again will tbo p) i
ticians lock upon the labor movement
with contempt. You men who have
worked tiiitht and dav without a penny
know under what d sadvantsgts this
strusg e baa ben made. You know
wbat enthusiasm has enabled us to do.
If this ia the beginning what will be
the end? I thank you from the bot
tom of my beart, lor I feel piouder
than if you had given me the highest
office in the land."
Annrrlilht Nilo en the Election.
Chicago, III, November 3. In an
interview with a reporter this after
noon, Angnst Uiuef , tbl
anarchist, Bald com' '
in Chicago: "Tud
socialistic votes that wan
day were an answer it
against the anarchis's.
ivi. n in
I', was a
tnat tne same answer a
Now York 8 k Chicago.
class vote, tt was
it was tbe vote of
a socialistic vote;
toe nennlrt whn
work for a living against those who
live by theft. The working people
are oeitinuinr to sea that tbe on v
remedy they bave is by the ballot."
U.iafnf f liadiaiuMauhioh nillu-r. manltirul ari oriirn
ally oatiued by tlmordanMl cmiilitioD of Uie LIVER,
Ifur all oointilainU of ttiin kiod, moh as Torpidity of
tits Livur. liilioiitiDaM. Norvouit DvHiMnmia. liniiarHH-
tion, IrniKulahty of Uie Bowels), OoiMtipatlun, FUtu
ienoy, Kructationti and burning of tlii btuusu'ti
imim-tunes caiioti iitiannuruj, miasma, malaria,
IIIoimIv Kin, (,'hilla and kVtiviir. Krunhbtina Fnttir.
Kihauntioabefor or aiUtr Vevunt, Ulinmlc liar
rhtua, Lohb uf Appelit. UaadauUe, Fun) Bruath,
IrreKulantis Incldcntai to FvmalM, Hcantifr
down 1'aioH. Raokaob. to., Ao. STADICCR'S
AUR ANTII ia Invaluable. It fa not puacea
for all disKta-es. but will CURE nil d I ana sea. of
tbe LIVER, STOMACH aud BOWELS. H
mi tuo coniple&Hi
Teuon from a waiy, yellow tingo,
to a ruddy, hualihy oolor. It entirely remoTB )iw.
KltHimy apirita. It ia on of Uio Oft AUrantt
ami t'urijir of the &looMt and u a valuable fonir.
STAD CER'S AURANTII
for sale bj all DrugglaU. Prlo S 1 .00 per bottla,
C. F. STADICER, Proprietor,
140 ((O. FRONT ST., Philadelphia, Pa.
Drpaitmint or th Iktirioe, 1
Wa'hinttnn. Dntnhnr 1'.. IHHli. I
SEALED PR'iPOSALH will be received at
thia Department until 12 o'olnok m. No
vember 16. lH'ii, tor lurniebinr tbe material
and labor required in completing the culvert
and other work in the Improvement ot the
Hot Springe Reservation, at Hot Spriniti,
Arkaneaj. Blank fnrme nf trnnnml. jineni-
ecationa, etc., will be furnished upon appli
cation to thia Department, or to ''Superin
tendent of Hot Springs Keaervation," Hot
ti- W. u. LAMAR. Henretary.
Oivea Ra Uf at
once and Curea
Not a Liquid, Snuf
or rowder. TOf
urugi ana vuen u .w n
live odora. 11 I - rJU Ttn
A nartiole ia applied Into nnch nnatrll and
la aureeable. Price 50 cents nt Dniiuintm
By mail, reriftored, BOoenta. Circular, free.
ELY BROS.. Druggiata, Owego. N. Y.
Arjnnal Meetiug of Stock holders.
OyriRi or Msuphis ihd Chhhstom")
RiiLaoAO Co., Wis 4- ; , .
"VTOTICE Is horel
newtori at m.i
robyyiva, thtl 11 nail
1 Hfpeiilnar of the I.
nrmnlila and tnarli atoi
uinnuj wll( dc UOIU4 I'.nt) t I
company, at Hnntw, lile. I ' )
1liuri.ily, tbe Ulh ay I
The transfer books of the company will re
main ciosea irom vctooer lin to riorember
ixtn, bom inclusive.
Jj. M. BU11WAN, Secretary.
The agents of the several atatinns will fur-
Dish Stockholders with tVea tickata In and
from the meeting.
H. U. WILTON, Treasurer.
CURTIS & CO.
817 and 819 fST IDIII
N. Second StflA"
LOGGERS' & RAFTERL'APl Li.l JEl
SAW AND TLANINQ MILL SUPPLIES
whitk fou catajogcis.
n JTI !. I T5
Ot Interest to Ladies
TT will be money saved to any lady oon-
chine in the neit ninety days to call and get
prices of the Light-Running KEiV lloaaK
and see their la'est improvement, the Auto
matic Bobbin Winder, which places the
HaW HUME several yeara ahead of any
machine now in the market.
jl. teispiBiiDg me puronaae ot i
a fi.wlr... Mi-
Hew Home Sewlne-Machlne Ce.,
Rank Csnrt Btraat.
t I SPECIAL I
' NATURAL FRUIT 1
f LA H I
rrepam! with ttri meant to FuritT, Rtrtnfrth nd
Jlfalttifulru'iiK. Dr. rrtiv'N lUkititf lVwiier contain
no Animonlv,I.1me,Alum or riutephfttf. r. I'rlccH
KlU-cMfca, VaUUU. .UMUOU, eU, lUvur dt'lk'lOUAlv,
PRfCE BAKING POWDCX CO. Chleaqo and St UlM
A Speolflo Pit ill dinsanei r
eoliar 10 women, auch Pain
ful, upr08ieJ, or Irregular
Menitruation, Leuoorrhira, or
If takrn during the CHANG K
OK L1FK, great futToring and
danger will be avoided.
Send for our book, ".Monuie U Woman,"
BKADFIELD RKOl'LATOR CO.,
Grand AUCTION SALE
Of C'holea Blolertcd Iuiporlrd
At Union Stock Tarda, Mempbla,
Wednesday, Nov. 17, 1886.
(Sale Begin! Promptly at la O'olcok.)
THIS Importation of Holstein Cattle haa
been made by ua under the auspicea of
" The North American Hulatein Herd Book
Aasnciutinn," a toundntion atock for fine
berda in the 6outhenteren Statca, and em
bracea only u-h aniuiala aa have for their
airea and dame the moat auperior milk and
butter reoorda to be found in North Holland.
ine enure impo'taiion nua tieen registered
in the " North Holland Herd Hook of Hol
land." and will alao be regiatored in "The
North American Herd Book of America,"
embracing 55 Heifera in Calf by (incut llol
land bulla. Alao, a general aaaortment of
Sne young Bulla, ready lor aervire, Heifer
and Bull Calve of dpring of lKhti, and grown
Cowl from 4 to 5 yeara old. A complete cat
alogue la now in preaa, giving full pediaree
and milk and but'er record a oonneoted with
each animal. Then eattle hare neon ahiiiped
direct from Holland to the Union Stock
Yards, and will arrive between the lat and
7th of November, where purchaaers can in
apeot the earn. No animal will be diapoaed
ol at private aale, but partiea who attend the
aale may rely upon each animal being put
up and aold as advertised, street care now
run to within three blocka of (itock Yards.
ADAMSON A R0NAL1IS0N, Importers.
"For tJataloguea orinf( rmation addreaa
a. V. RAMUAIIT, Preaidont Union Btook
tarda and Fertiliaer Company.
Question ia angaging our agrieultural com
munity. Messra. R. 0. CRAIG A CO., Nos.
87 and 8" Union street, Memphis, Tern.,
daily in receipt of
eporta on growth In diversified cropping
corn, oata, wheat, rye, barley, oereala, and
orohard, herds, olover, tall meadow oat
graaa and timothy (rasa
All our wornont aedge Itnds may be re
claimed by aowlng rye and clover on them in
fall or apring, or aowlng cow-peas In May,
June or July, then turn inder, and
improve the land.
It. U.CIIAIU A CO.,
Agrioultura Implements and Seed Dealers,
LEON HILL. MICHAEL
111IH SMGS Bffi
Lazarus levy. John w. cochran, james a, ombkro.
ju n n an ai kh. i iwman iiifii.c
aWOKKW KKNKERT. HOL t'OLKMAN, tit V, HOLDHM 11
1AMKS S. KvfilMtiON, WM. KAIiKNBEROER, BAKDWtd PKKK3.
ar Deposits received In sums oi $1 and upward, and Interest allowed oa ime Semi
annually. aWWa bay and sell local Investment Bonds and Securities generally, pay tales, act as
trustees, and, in general, eieoute any financial business requiring a aale and responsible
ajar We iaaae drafts, In sums to salt purchasers, on all parts of Europe.
JT We have a oommodious Vault for tha deposit ol valuables, whloh is at tha servloe t'
oar customers, free of Charge.
D. P. HADDEM, President. EWI. UOLUSMITH, Tloe-Prwldeat,
JAM EH NATHAN. Taghler.
AW AID riJiaiBO
Esors, Sash, Blinds,
Lath and Shingles, Flooring,
(RVCIXMNORH TO U
Cigars and Tobacco
278 Main Street. Opp. Coart
NOVti.Kr.-R 4, 1SSR
II R AI. ESTATE
no. e-5i, it. v. Chancery Oearti SVelbj
' va. ueergia ban blew
BY VlTtua of an Interlocutory deeree for
.... ! entered In the above caua on the
iniu ur vi voioDer, rear.
M. B. M, pai
I V ."t Puoue auction, to tl
highest bidder, in Iront ot the Clerk at
Muter i oflica. cnnrthnit. ..r uu-ik- .
Memphis, Tenn., on
Balnrday, Nottinbrr It, ISH6,
within legal honrs. the following described
property, situated in the towa r Arlington
(loruierly tt ithe Depoll.bhelby county. Ten-
Beseo. to-wtt: Beirinning at a stake 51) feet
iruiu me oenieroi tin Louisville and Naah
ville K'tlroad, on the soulh side of said rail
io.u ana on inewest siaeot Ui-.enlee si rent
running thence with and railroad south
weat 8 chains and tl links to a stake on Jack
aon street! thmewithjacks n street anuth
esstH I'hnins and 42 linka tit m. itaka n. Jk.
son and Walker Hre-tai thence with Walker
... u"ou.. o vuains soifi unas to a
stake on l.reenle strrer; thenoewiih Ureea
lee strert northwest Sshainaant 42 links to
the beainning containing 3 acres, more ot
Xerma of Sale One-half cash: baUneeln
twelve months; not bearing interest, with
anprovea secnritv, required ; lien retained,
j.ais uctooer ii, iw,
B, i. MCPOWKLL. Clerk and Maata
ByT. B. Caldw.ll, Dei uty 0. and M.
Craft A Coopr, Sols, for cosnpl'nt.
sk yaat mtnilcr for McOrloiruU 83 ehoeh
- luwnrttof Imlijicioiia, - - ,, , .
None Goaalne bbImsi bxarlus lhlaf)taaip.
JAMES MEANS' 83 SHOE:
Hjuie la llutlon UJn(TTti8 nnrt Lap. iW. CUf
bUit , Gomfofi and Apvr
win urtng you inrormtv
ion liow to thin Shoo la
ujr btatoorTttrrttory. i
That ahoa atamli Wither tn theeettmatlnn of
HaHWf uien any twiHr iu uii woi-il tiiou
aanda who weurltwlUliiUjrou Uu roaaua U jimi
J. W. VOEOELI &. CO.
rHoi'OMALN run nni nii.
U. 8. KsutNaga'a Omul,
No. 3 8. Rampart street.
New Orleans, l.a.. Ontnhr .HI. lftHil I
SKAI.KO PKtHMiSALS, IN TRll'LlCATB,
will be received at this office until linoon
on November 15, 1XM, for furnihing and de
livering brush rrqulred for Improvement ol
harbor at Mew Orleans. Lonlsiaca. aoorrfin
Bidders are reiiueated to (lamina form of
contract before bidding.
For blank forma, specifications, or farther
lniormatinn, apply at iMinmos.
The right la rcaorvtd to relect any or all
proposals. CUAS. W. RAYMOND,
Major ot ISaxineeri.
It EAT ESTATE
No. 61l, R. D.-Chancery Oonrt of Shelby
county brnest Mo. Andrews etal. va.John
H. Andrewe et al.
BY virtue of an interlocutory decree for
sale, entered in the ahnva .mi. nn iha
lHth day ol October. 1HM. M. 11. M. nu
4H(i, I will sell, at public auction, to the high
est bidder, in front ol the Clerk and Master's
omce, courinous ol bhoiuy oounty, Mem
phis, Tenn., on
Natnrdajr, Novembrr IS, IHH9,
within legal hours, the following de
scribed property, situated in the 'fining Dis
trict of bhelby oountv, Tennessee, to-witt
Beginning at a toint on the north lde ol
Carroll avenue 115 lent weat ot a tnrked gum
eorner; thenee north 40" weat with said ave
nue l:U leet lo a rtake: thenoe north ,Vi" east
2f2 feet to a etitke; thence south 5IS east
115 feet to a (take; thence soulh 33S west
SIM) feet to the beginning, being part f lots
16 and 18 nt country lot MH ana part of the
John D. Uraham auhdiviainn, as tally de
scribed In the deed of John K. Ilobba to Ju
lia A. Andrews, then Julia A. Urace. in the
Register's office ot tjholby county, in book
12, past 49.
Turin a of Bate One-third cash I balance In
equal instalments at A and 12 months; note
with security rtauired; lien retained. Thia
October 1U, 1HH6
K. I. MnllOWRt.T..rl.rk ant Mit.tF.
Tty T. B. Caldwell. Deputy 0. and M.
Fraaer A Boyle. Sola, ior compl'nt.
Mississippi & Tennessee It.lt. Co,
Annual Herlliia" of HtocUholdcra,
tPHE annual meeting of the ttoekholderi
-L in the Mississippi and ienneasee Kail
read Company will beheld at MKMFHL
i tt n , on
WediiMilav, Norembfr 24, 1886,
at which time a Directory will be elected for
the ensuing year. Htockholdera will be
passed over tie road by applying to the
B. U. LAMB, Seorelary
book ot 1110 pages
best book for
be he exuerl-
enoed cr otherwise,
aontalna lists ol
newananers and estimates o' tha eoat ol ad
vertiaing. The advertiaer who wants to apend
one dollar. On da In tt the information be re
quirea, while for him who will Invest ene
hur.dred thousand dollars in advertising, a
(oheiiie la Indicated whloh will meet hia
every rounlriment, or can be made to do ao
by slight ehankea easily arrived at by corre
spondnnoe. One hundred and Ifty-three
editiona have been ieaued. Bent, postpaid,
to any address lor ten oeita. Apply tn u ISO,
P. RONVKLL A 00., Ntt'WBPAPKIl AD,
VKRTISINU BURKAlMOHpruot-et. (Print
ng House Huuarn), New York.
I AKTTM'M t'Otl.vlKKt'l AI. 4 IH."
I.KHt,, 313 Hiith HI.. Washington. D,
0. Provid'-s practically useful baiineaa edu
cation. No terms nor vauutlnns. MudonU
enter at any tim.. Tormsi Life schnlarahip,
40. 'twelve weeka' Coarse, Board, etc, 176.
hend tor circular.
J. 0. HAN
DAVID P. HADDKN,
- MIIX, ATT'TAJsUk,
Celling ant Cedar Pott).
I.KB), JOBBEM or
Square, If empiric, Tenae
Alriir(n nnTI A.
, f ft) Htf" ""Btv
w S K s Jim$&&&H. Is
W. A. GAGE fc CO.
No, ZOO Front Htreot. : Memphis. Teno.
U 1 V
i . i . ....AM-ja.-ti
FOUNDHT & MACHINE HKP'T, 100 to 174 Adams St., Memphis
I it MtM' .':. . r J V JT"
RON & RAILWAY SUPPLY DEP'T, 2'2G and 25J8 Second St.'
(Huccessors In this lorartment to JOHN MANOUUE.)
sja-Wrttens tor Information nn ANY TH INi In either line.
AJUXKSW erTEWART, Hw Orlaauu.
T CIYIIF &
HO. CM UiD S5S FRONT fcTHEET, HXJfXHlB, TEJOL,
STEWART BROTHERS h COUPAUY
COTTON FACTORS AND COIIISSION 1ERIIANT8,
WKW ORI.KAMN. I-OriHI tl.l
J. A. BAILEY.
J, A. BAILEY k 60.
IF3LbTTJ J&BLIE& IBS 3ES3
33G Second Hireet, Memplils.
A LARGE AN1 COMPLETE BTOOK OF PLUMDKRH, OAS AND 8TBAM FITTBRi
Materials. I'n m rs. Drive Wells, Iron. Lead and Htnne Pipe, flaa yivtures. fllohea. Kte
J, T. fAslCAf OK.
o. o. mil.
J, T. FARGASON & CO.
Uholcsale Grocers & Coiton Factory
If t front Street, Memphli, Tenn.
OMtea teaslgied to If will have oar eareful
Stapls L Fancy Groceries, Winss, Llquort ,Tobw & Clgirt,
will ll aa Low we loewl.
SUGGS fe PB1TIT
GROCERS. COTTON FACTORS
Arid Commission Merchants,
2CIO and 22 Front HI., MeniplilN, Tonn.
A. YACOARO & Co
WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS,
Nos. TT8 AND 280 TRONT STREET. MEMP1TO.
LaU J. T. LaPrada A Oo.
No. 301 Front street,
Having retired from the Saddlerv end
wb ft re
ii eaaeu to annuunee voour inemi. uu m.
e them In our new eapaoitv. Returning
to anrva th
UndcJ ai ia th old lino. w truft
U, merit ana
Cotton Factors, Ubolesalo Grocery
lf. 11 TTnlon Btrcct.
U. 0. PIC ARCS'.
ES.C.FEAROB & Co
Cotton Factors & Commission r.lerch'ts,
No. 280 FRONT STREET, BXEMPDIS, TENN.
llOottaa Warehaaaa-iM M aa4 M Vnlan StroarWI
O Pjrt cm
; ManutaotorarVAgenti lor
UmiiIcI I'rntt Coltoti Glna,
N5IILKY, SMITH at CO.,
Pratl Krllpno llnilrr Ulna, Feeid
ra anal jlla Hxpalrara,
OS to 104 Toplitr St., Memphli.
-Pratt Revolving-Head Gins one
qualed. btook now complete. Prloet
reduced. Correspondence ana orders
folicited. Old dins Repaired in First
la ord . All work guaranteed.
AND MACHINE COMPANY.
tw-V - . Vt'..' v"
r.':'':; I ""P. - ; T BollrrIr
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'-""umm v rl .f-l", renia,
J ! I V I Lr .V t" ...i avlweta.
Bat I way
iftawW'Cw JJn OA-jrm,
AMDRKW D. QWTim, Xsnrptt
lllllb UV UUII
ti. I. WITT, sa
a. A. PAKKIB.
We tarry al all Haas s
JOHN MoORATH. .
Lata with J. X. LaPrade A Oo
: Memphis, Tenn.
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i'u,. ...... . ,
thanks for the verr liberal iiatronage eg-
reoe.v. . ;fmKL
JOHN L. MoCLKLLAK.