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THE BUODLERSr" TRIAL
KESCXED WITH "SQDEiLER"
DCFFT OX THE STAND.
He Is Lashed toy the Tormentor, New
combe, Whole la Tar Embar
rassed bj the Witness.
Niw York, Decmber 10. Today's
session of the McQaada trial opened
a little late. The proeecatinR lawyers
ere late, bat all the rent were on
hand waiting to bejtin. gqu-e.'er"
Duffy was again placed in the chair to
bo U'hA by bis mt-rcilsi tormentor
Newcumbe. Duffy thooght h3 and
Fnllgraff had talked over what they
were to say oa M.Qa?d'e tr al in
Police Inep Cor Byrne-'s offi te, pre
vious to the first trial, but tad not
done so since. Oa th occasion Full
jraff had refreshed his memory on
certain points. Mr. Newcoaabe tried
to show that on this point Duffy ha 1
contradicted xirevions testimony, but
his questions were excluded es mis
leading the witness. Th redirect ex
amination b Rn by Mr. Nicoll, in
trying to extricate the tes'imony of
the witness from its muddled condi
tion. To the question if Duffy had
sworn falsely on the first trial, the
witness, replkd that be bad made
mistake, as he had a poor memory.
"Mr. Duffy," spoke up the Rs
c order, "yesterday you tettifisd that
you twore falsely bolcre the Senate
Committee because you were to d to
bo testify. Who to d you what to
"Mr. Newcombe," answered Duffy.
Mr. Newcombe arose, his face pallid
and lips blanched: "At this poinr,"
' he uttered, "of tbe case I ask permis
sion to take the witness stand in my
own behalf iu regard to this matter."
"Not now, Mr. Newcombe," replied
the Recorder; "all In good time.1'
Gen. Tiacey a'so arose and demand
ed thet his a;S3cibte be permitted to
defend himself on so foal a charge,
declaring that when a member cf tue
bar must deal with such people ts the
witness he was open to such charee,
and he was entitled to an opportunity
to defend himself.
The Resorder said tint Mr. New
combe should be allowed to make a
statement, but that be would n t
have any speech making now. Duffy
was then dismissed.
John F. Thompson, a broker, swo'e
that on the 16:h of December, 1884,
WcQuade bouehts'oik from Mm and
paid io it $5987 in bil e of large de
nominations. George B. Powell, a mechanic il en
gineer, who had an office with Robin
son, Scribner & Bright, knew "B.lly"
Maloney. Saw him frequently in
1884 in Robinson, Scribner & Briglit's
offices, where the Broadway Surface
Railroad Oompauy also had tt.eir
office. Witness saw Maloney there ht
tbe time cf the special meeting of the
A'dermen, August 30:h.
J. Franiia Kietnan, the reporter,
who was present at this meeting, was
called but did cot respond, and an
effioer wss sent in search of him.
Lawyer Newccmbe ttated that he bad
received two letters threatening him
with penonal vivl nce it he did not
"let up" on Alderman Duffy. He
says that he was warned that Michael
Duffy was going to attack him from
the witness B and, aid that he had
prepared to meat the chsrga of Duff.
He wished to read in cooit a paper
constituting a written statement by
the Aldermen, made at the time of
their engagement of him as their
counsel, before the Senate Committee.
In that statement they one and all de
nied that they bad any connection
with tbe alleged bribery in tbe matter
of the Brcalway franchise. This was
to be his answer to the charge oy
Do fly that he had committed perjury
before the Senate Committee by in
structions of Mr. Newcombe.
Mr. Newcombe farther stated that
one of the threatening let'ers was evi
dently written by an educated person ;
it signed " Juetice." lie had
thrown the letters away.
Ex-Alderinan Charles B. Walte wra
hen called as a witness for the people.
Waits retold h:s version of the events
of the memorable year ol 1884. It did
not differ from the tsiury told on the
After this a iocess waa taken.
Waiie's tfst'mony was continued
after recess. Ho swore that tre doois
of the Alderiuanic chamber were
locked at the secret meeting in Au
The next witness was J. Frank
Kiernan. He was the City Hall re
porter who fi st nmde public the pro
ceedings of the "boodle Aldermen in
the secret meeting. He was at the
City Hall early that morning and siw
eeveral Aldermen go up the et.tiis
toward the chambers. He, too, went
up and entered ihe cloakroom, open
ing the door with his private key. He
could see into the cNax( er from the
cloakroom. Alderman Waits was in
the cheir. Kiernnn had previtu ly
tried to enter by the public door, but
it was locked, so he entered 'he cloak
room. Witntes heard the Broadway
franchise bill mentioned fnd waited
no longer, but left to write up bis
On his cross examination, Kiernan
told Mr. Newcomb. that he hi: aid
only this mention, and did no: wait to
hear what action was taken. Ue did
not know whether the door opened in
ward or outward, and had not investi
gated this point since. Witness wen'
to Morrow's barber shop about 10
o'clock, and found Alderman O'Neil
there. He talked with him. Morrow
was industriously preparing Alderman
Wendell for a slave.
On the redirect examination wit
ness stated that it was foitucate, be
cause the Alderman gave him the in
formation which made it possible for
him ti finish his report.
O.iborn E. Bright, of the law lirua of
Ro'Mnson, Scribner & Bright, was Uie
next witness. The fiim acted as coun
sel for the Broadway load in 1834.
He related the story of Lawyer
Lyddy's procming an iu junction to
prevent the 1381 Board of Aldermen
from pasting the franchise ov,r
the Mayoi's veto, and the manner in
which the injunction was dissolved
by the payment of 412,500 to Lyddy.
The order vacating 'he injunction was
granted by Judge Bartlett, of Brook
lyn, on the evening of August 29,
1S84. He saw Maloney receive a copy
of the order from James Richmond,
president of tbe Broadway road. Wit
ness , identified, a? prepared hi his
office in type writer, copies of the
Railroad Committee's report, the reso
lutions censuring the Mayor for his
veto of the bill, and In fact all of the
documents accompanying the resolu
tion for the franchise.
In cross examination witness said
that he knew Waite and Wendi I!, but
no other members of the board of
1884. The work of drawing up the
documents was common wo k. The
order vacating the injunction was ob
tained fiom the only Judge who ciuld
legally grant it at (hat time. Tie
whole pioceedings in the case were in
accordance with common custom
among lawyors. m
James M. Lyddy, lawyer, wan sworn.
He tes-ifiad that be acted as counsel
for his brother, John H. Lyddy, a
Greenwich street grocer, in procuring
the inioncioa. Witness said that
John H. Lyddy signed the consent to
the dissolution of ths it junction. Tbe
lawyer went ont and on his return he
was shown the $12,5C0 in cash. Sev
eral other witnesses were examined
without eliciting anything new, and a
recess until eve n'ng we a token.
A NEW DEAL LNBEEF.
A COKB1H1TIOH OF THESTBOBO.
Ihe Country Bora It Heaa
Cheap or Dearer Beef
for toe People?
New Yobk, December 10 The
mivement t consolidate the Western
Dressed Beef Company and the Na
tional Consumers' Bid Company, of
this city, and the National Con
suinerd' B;f Company, of New Jer
sey, and to form a larger and stronger
corporation than ever before, is mak
ing rapid progress. At a meeting of
the Western Dressfd Beuf Compiny,
held at No. 146 Btoadwav.on Wednes
day, (.boat thirty stockholders, rep
resenting $180,000 of the paid op capi
tal, were present O.iver Samuer
Teal), ths president, resigned, and
More ton S. Paton was elected presi
dent, the Marquis da M irea general
manager and T. H. Powers Fate treas
urer. Mr. Teall hue alto resigned es
president of the National Consumer'
Meat Ccmpaoy, of this city, and the
vacancy was fihed by the election of
Mr. Paton. Mr. Teall was one of the
promoters of both enterprises and the
chief executive since tbe organisation.
Considerable dissatisfaction with his
policy was found by the stockhold
ers and they bought out bis
interests. Yesterday afternoon at
a Joint meeting of the sto.k
ho'dere, Ormand Hammond, jr., of
Baltimore, was elected Eastern mana
ger ( r both the New York companies,
and at a subsequent meeting of tbe
New Jersey company the Marquis dn
Mores was elected president. It is
understood that the next step will be
the organization cf the new company,
with toe principal office in the Rink
Building, at Broadway and Fif y-third
s'reet. The main station will be tbe
Manhattan Market Building, on Thirty-firth
Et eat, near ths North tiver.
The three companies to be mnrgr d into
one have an aggregate nf $6t 0,000 cap
its', of which over jtCO.COO in paid up.
CHIEF JUS I K E WAITE
D I fluent From the Opinion of tbe
Supreme Coart la tbe Ei
Washington, December 10 In the
ex radii ion cas 4 of the United Statis
asrainst William Rinscher, which tbe
United t-tates Supreme Court decided
laet Monday, Chi-.f Jus ice Waiie, in
(lif-sentirg frrm tbe opinion of the
court, sa.d : "I am un&ble to ernenr in
the decision of this case. A fugitive
from justice has no absolute right of
asylum in a conntvy to wiiicb he fleep,
and, if he can be got back within the
jurisdiction of the country ihr laws
he bss violated, he may be proceeded
with precisely the earns as if he had
not fled, unless there is something in
the laws ot the country where he is to
be tried, or in the way in which he
was got back, to p: event. I concede
that the treaty is aa much a part of
the law of the United states as is a
statute, and if there is anything in it
which forbids a trial for any other
offense than tbat for which t.je extra
dition was made, the accused may use
it SB a defense to prcssiaticn on any
other charge until a reasonable time
has elapsed after bis relecss from cus
tody on account of the crime for which
he was sent back. Bat I have been
unable to flud any such provision.
The treaty required a delivery up to
justice on demacd of those accused
of certain crimes, but says nothing
about what shall be done with them
after the delivery has been nlade. It
might have provided that they fhculd
not be tried for any oiher offeiiHEs
thsn these for which they were sur
rendered, but it has not coaeequ?ntly,
ss it seems to me the accused has ac
quired no new rights nndtr the treaty,
lie fled fMin the juotice whoso laws
he vio!atd, and bat been got back.
Ths treaty under which ho wai sur
rendered has granted him no irumu
ni'y, and thi.rjlore it has not provided
him with any new defense, II either
country should nseita privileges under
the trtaty to obtain a surrender of a
fugitive on the pietense of trying him
for an offeree for which extradition
could be claimed, so as to try him for
one which he cjuld not, it nrght fur
n sh jiBt cause of complaint on the
part of the country wh;ch had been
deceived; but it wonld be a matter
entirely for adjustment between the
two countries, and could in no way
inuie t.) the benefit of ihe tciut d, ex
cept through the instrumentality of
the government that had been induced
to give him up.
"My i);ctok's bill for the past four
vears has not been $10," writes F. G.
Baiy, of 30 South Ninth street, Day
ton, O. He had Vertigo, IndigeHtion,
Great Nervaunos, I thmmaticn of
the Bladder, Kidney O.pease and
Bleeding Piles. Eighteen bottle of
Warner a eafecure permanently cured
him, as he will tell you if you write
and enclose a stamped envelope. Ask
your friends and neighbors about
Warner's safe cure.
President Gonld In the Chair At a
Meeting of tbe MUxiarl fnrlUc
St. Louis, Mo., December 10 The
stockholders of the Missouri Pacific
Railroad Company held a special
meeting taday, in reeponB3 to a call
by President Gould. Three-fifths of
the stock was represented. The first
proportion voted on was to increase
the capital itotk $4,000,000 over and
above the present sopital stock, the
Board of Directors to give stockhold
ers of tbe old is:ue preference in tbe
puichase of the new stock at not less
than par. The next proposition was
to increase the bonded indebtedness
of the company $ ,(W0,(XK) over the
present indeuttono s by the issue of
collateral trust bonds bearing interest
at the rate of 5 per cent., to be secured
by a deposit with a trustee of first
mortgage bonds of railway companies
controlled or operated by the Mis
souri Pacific Company as a part of its
system, tbe l?sue of such bonds to be
limited as specified in tbe trust inden
ture. The propositions were adopted
unanimously. The lease of the Le
roy and Cany Yalley Air Line rail
way, of Kanea and of the Verdigris
Valley, Independence and Western
railway, of ivancas, were ratified, es
were also the company's guaranty of
their first mortgage bonds.
A MOST LIBERAL Oi'FF.K I
Thk Voltiic Bklt Co., Marshall,
Mich., offer to send their Celebrated
Voltaic Bklts and Electric Appli
ances on thirty days' trial to any man
a Hi ic tod with Nervous Debility, Lobs of
Vitality, Manhood, etc. Illustrated
pamphlet in sealed envelope with full
particulars, mailed free. Write them
at once. ....-.:. -Iywj .:px.; . .,
' MEMPHISUDAILY APPEAL SATURDAY,
m SiAE0F TRADE.
A JANUARY THAW 15 THE MAR
KETS. A Regular Freshet In Oil and Min
ing' Stocks A Disagreeable
Softaets In Grain.
Niw York, December 10. The fol
lowing is the lr:de review for th cur
rent e k as compiled by R. G. Don &
Co.: A ''Janu iry thaw" came in the
marke'B labt wtek, in oil and miuing
Eti ks a freshet, which continues. Iu
railrcad stocks and grain a disagreea
ble softness though the tons Is now
more confident London buyers ttill
ttiffen sto k:', aad the rise in s Iv.-r
c ued by Frm ch coins g for Tonq dn
helps gr in, and h?s s'artsd t e specu
lative fever :n cotton. 8 ftues in
some marke's is balanced by harden
ing of prices in most branches of
legitimate trade, but ippcu'ative fail
urea are numerous in San Franc'sco,
Fitttdmrg, Chicego and New Yoik,
aud to tnese are adtled sime impor
ant and numerous small commercial
failures. Dealings here were enormoui,
88,745.000 bushels wheat; 30,081,750
ehaieiof a'rek, 35 684,00,) bmels il
here and 10,000,000 in one day at Pitts
bu g; 1)26,000 halts of cotton, in
cluding 2 .9 SCO in one day.
Wheat had not climbed far and bad
not far to fall. The highest price
reached was about 90 cents, againet a
November average of 85 cents and 84
cents in October. Corn declined but
little, and lard an eighth, pork pro
ducts being tua'amed by a decrease of
35 per cent, in Wt stern picking fur
half November, owing to tbe Chicago
strike Cotton receipts for the week
wern 18,827 bales below last year, but
65,(09 bales larger for the season thus
far, and tbe price advanced five-sixteenths.
Oil collapsed 7 cents in one
day, and 13 cent) for the week. A
coffee speculation, begun in Europe,
on account of a comi g short crop in
Braail, lifted the piice a full cent.
Iron production December 1st w s
121,301 tons weekly, a ainst 118,092
tons November 1st, and for eleven
month has been 4,741,4C0 tons an
thracite and bitnminotis. while the
British make falls from 7,250,000 tons
la&t year to 6,750,000, eetima ed, for
Tbe key cf the iron market is the
Bale of 1.2CS.961 tons of steel rails for
this year, of which tbe lecord is most
eu.nifljanr. NolesstLau 737,307 tons
went west of the Mississippi, 391,654
east and 825,106 tons n'rth, including
40,825 tons west of tho Mifsissipiii
ond 4j3,855 tons south, including '28(1,
482 tons west of thr river La ge sales
were made last week st 35, and pig
is now quoted at i-0. Coal tonnage
f.r the year tttus far ha3 focrea. ed 1.8
per cent for anthracite, 23 per cent,
lor bituminous and 34 7 per cnt. for
coke over It at year.
Tho rise iu cotton has yet caused
but few advances in gouds, but exports
have been large. Wcol is weaker,
priceti yielding a little at the London
sale. In gioda the tone is generally
strong, but foreign wo;st?daaro offered
at very low figure?, canting come can
celing of orders sales, and tapestry
Brussels carpets have been jeduced
21 and 22 cents.
The drug trade is growing inactive,
with a less in prices. Prices hardened
in sugar, spices, tea and canned go.ds.
Sugar consumption has increased
largely abroad, it is claimed, over
taking the supply.
Kxpjrta were small last week, but
for five weeks thow an increase of 8.8
per cent, over last year, egaiust 7 5 per
cent, increase in imports. Gold still
comes; $10,212,000 during the week,
with $1,400,000 moie reported shipped.
Tbe Treasury took in $1,300,COO in
gold, put nut $200,000 in legal tenders,
blJ 2,f,00,000 more in silver certifi
cates. Money is generally reported in
?;ood supply, though the demaud is
nrge. Collections, ganerally satisfac
tory, lag in some Southern distiicts,
and baak cleiri;igs continuu less than
h st year in that e c ion ; a little larger
on the whole in NewEug'and. tmiiller
at St. Louis and abou;t!ae smo at Chi
cago, but greatly increased at many
other Wef t rn point?.
The busineee frfi'urts durkg the last
seven dys numbar .'or the Unitnd
States 252, for Canada 22; total, 274,
aaitet 24'i last week, and 216 ihe
week previous. The increase nolle a
able is ma nly in the Southern Stat- s,
where ths casualties ere far above the
average in number, if not in impor
tance. New Line or Nlenmen Iutema
Washington, December 10 Iu a
recent diepateu to the State Depart
ment, Mr. Tres, the American M, uls
ter Bt Brussj's, repnrtB that the gav
ernrr.ent of the independent State of
the Congo has contracted for the
e tablishmeiit of a regular line of
Belgian steameri between An'werp
and the Co rig i. The vessels will de
part from Antwerp at first once every
six week, out eventually once a
The government has received,
through the British legation in Wash
ington, an official invitation to partici
pate in an international exhibition
which is to be held et Manche ter,
Eng., next year to celebrate th jubi
lee of Her B'itannic Majesty's nign.
The object of the exhibition will be to
illustrate, as fully a possible, tba
progress made in the development of
aita and manufactures during the Vie-to-
i m era.
CHILLS and FEVERS
PAIN in the BACK & SIDES
KIDNEY AND LIVER
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS
The Genuine hai Trade Mark and crone Ret
LiMt tm wrapper.
TA.KE NO OTHER.
eUji free. A victim
don", oswlnt Prematare Dy. Nervous
Debility, Loft Manhood, ete. karlac tried
In vain erery known remedy, hla diinorered
nimi'le tell.oure, which he willaeod VKKK
ol hit lellow tufiereri, AddreM
O. J. MASON",
Pift CKc Fox .W., New York City.
I do not belirve that
Ayer Saraprilla hat
an eqiiHl aa rvmerfy
tot bcrofuloua Hii
inors. It ia plesniiii
to take, give tn-mrth
and vlor to the body,
and roducra a moil
permanent, luKtiiwr. ro.
ault tluu anv medicine
I ever u'ned. K.
1'alucn, Xo. Liudale.O.
I hnve used Aver'i
Su-aapiirilla.in my fam
ily, lor Scrofula, and
know, if it is taken
faithfully, it wiU
this terrihle disee. .
W. F. I'owler, )d. 1)
For fnrtv Tears 1
have sullcrej with Krv.
sIjhiIiw. 1 have tried
nrl soils of remt'iliei
for my complaint, hut
found no relief until 1
After taking ten bot
tles f I liis medicine I
am completely rured.1
Mary l'. Aincsbiiry.V
Iiockporl, Me. i
I have sufTcred, fgtj
yers, from Cutarrh,"
which was so severr!
vtiat it dcit roved mj!
ni(viu- muu w eaKerjeai
my system. After try-j
iiiK other remedies
aud ucttiujr no relief, l
began to take AysrV
Sursnparilla, rikI, In a
few mont let, wns eured.1
Susan L. Cook, 900!
Albany st., Boston!
IiiKUlundx, Mass. j
Is SUuerior to int hlnndl
purlnor that I 1wt'
ever tried. I have;
taken It for Scrofula,
Canker, and Salt
Itheuni, and receive!
much benetlt from It
It Is good, also, for I
weak stomach. Millie
Jane Pcirce, South
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer fc Co., Lowell, Maas.
Prlue ! ; six bottles, S.
. W. N. HALDEMAN.
President of the (Treat LOUIVILLK CUV
. HIElt-JOUKNAL CO., tells wat
he knows of
Wintersmith's Chill Cure.
Orrioi or ths CorBisR-Jorssti,,
Dr. WintrrimithSir: I waive a rule I have
observed for many years, the value of your
remedy prompting me to say, in reply to
your requont, what I know of yonr Chill
Cure, the private aooraneea of its effiraoy
I had, and the good results of its effect 1
had observed on Mr. K. W. Meredith, who.
for more than fifteen years, bal been lore
man of my ofllce, indnoed ine to teat It in
my family. The reiultn have been entirely
satiifaotory. The firnt oase was of two
years' stuudins, in which 1 believe every
known remedy had been tried with tempo
rary relief the chill, returnins periodically
and with seemingly inereaied severity.
Your cure broke them at once, and there ha)
been no recurrence of them for more than
six months. The other caae waa ol a milder
form, and yielded more readily to other
remedies; but the ohills would return at in
tervals until your medioine was used, since
which tiuio, now several month., they have
entirely disappeared. From the opportu
nity I have had to judge, 1 do not hesitate to
express my belief that your Chill (Jure is a
valuable apeciQo, and perform! all you
promise for it. Respectfully,
W. N. HALDEMAN.
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Uvea, (eutalewola, A penect nutri
ent in all waxtlng- itlneHsen. Hrnulrei no
cooking. Our Hook. Tlie fare nuit t'ee.1.
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llutl Oil and llwUuakir, . H.OO
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Humphreys' Med. Co., 109 Fulton St., H. V.
In tuM jf) viuir. Th nnl M1M..et.1 Mntsul 1er
Nervous Debility, Vital Weakness,
and Prostration, from orer-work or utlier oautM.
91 per TiiL or & viab and Urgo -rial tHmder, for 0.
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rilOBATE COURT SALE
1.1 11 ESTATE.
No. R.D. In the Probate Court oiShelhj
Cuntr, Tennessee J. A. Anderson, ad
ministrator, elo., vs. R. fl. Miller, guar
dian, etc , et ai.
BY virtue of a deoree for resale In thl,
onus,, I will sell at -public auction, to
the hiah'st bidder, in front of the Court,
home door, on Matin street, Memphis, Ten
Miilnrdrty, December 1, ,
within lenal hours, ths following desoribea
real estate, to-wit:
Lying and beinc in the citr o' Memphis,
comity ol ,-helbjf, and Htate ot Tennes.ee.
to-wit: Known as No. H', being the west
half thereof, fronting & feet on Market
street and running tuck 74 feet I icohes.
Terras of Bale One-third eiishi halanne
payable in eiual installmenti n six and
twelve months : purchaser to eiecute notes
with good and sufficient securities lor de
ferred payments, and a lien retained until
the wt oleoi the purchase money il paid.
This November 27, ISMS.
P. J. OUIQLBY, Clerk.
?y Thos. B. Crenshaw, D. C.
avlor A Carroll, solicitors. ,
4a yonz seuiller far .-i Orlalnal S3 Hhee.
B.twnrooriiiihaU'uia. - .'--
Kceaa) Oennine evaieae koertug ihiaHcauw
JAMES MEANS' $3 SHOE.'
Hade la Ilattou, Ooiureei snrl Uv. Bstt OaJ)
OUUy, CowfurtanA Apvof
owl A postal c.irds.'nt to
iwwlll briiiK yno luforma-
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T tr . .
II. -US.U.3 W vw
Tblt ahoo stnixla hlfher In theesMmatlcn ot
Wtarrrt uisn any 01 li. r In tlio v.on.1. Tuna,
salSVVho vat n win uu jou coo it you
J. W. VOEGLI & CO
Al'. rlXH 11t-K l tl. CIIL
' I-KMH. 313 Sixth Ht., Wusninxton, l.
C. Provides rr.ict.oaUy uaeiul business edu
cation. No terii.g nor vacations, otudontt
enter at any tiro, 'iiirtns: liite scholarship,
40. Twelve weeks' Coarse, Board, eto.,.l)o.
bend for nirenlar."''- tf' '"'
B I -il t
DECEMBER 11, 18S6.
LI, D, MOVER & CO.
DoorftSaah, niindtMoldlitMli;kluda of Door aud Window
FnauieD, KrHckela, Ncroll-Work, Hough and DrettMtal
Lumber, fehlugleM, LathN, Water Taiikx.
All klndHof Wood. Work xecuted at Short Notice.
NQ8. 157 to Washington street, Memphis. Tenn.
AJfiAatSW STSWAJn, Bow OrieMM. I ABDMW D. UWIKM, Xrfj2&
stewjibt, mm 4 CO.,
Wholesale Grocers, Cot, Factor
Z.SM AND S8S FBOUT rrKEKT, H.m"AXX, XTSSX,
STEUART BROTHERS t CQT&HE
COTTON riCTORS AND C0IIISSION flELTlAKTS,
RRW ORI.KANn. IITIIAMA.I
mmmuaa i w mi' wi imwmuuwBaKamBmmmmmmmmmmmamB
DILLAED & COFFE
CaMli AdTauces to Merrliaul aud lMuulera.
HILL, FONTAINE I CO,
Gotten Factors and Vholesata Srocait
9S-393 Front Ot., JSJeiaphla, Teazia
HILL, FONTAINE &C0.
Cotton Factors, Commission E3orchai.fi
i 1 m
Dinner, Toilet and Chamber Sets in Great Variety.
BAR GOODS A SPECIALTY.
arAirenta for the celebrated ;HRRkN wools VITRiriRis CHINA, peelallj
stflnttle.1 for Hotel., ReetfavtrftnlH ! Nl.iihnil..-NsTsj
Hoi. 816 and SSS Front Street Memphla Tana.
W. X. Ilrowu.
II, T. Garret f.
W. H. Brown & Co.
AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS
2GG Front tret, : : MmiiiIiIn, Tern,
LUMBER YARD I
BrmHe? Car Worts s Manufact'ii
YELLOW PINE AND OAK LUMBER
AND DKALKKM IU
lHtjn, 8ask, BU". nrew4 rioorlnr, Ofllnir, Weather BoiJ
yprM ShlBKloa. Lallu, iu.,
assrOu fMllislei are eosarsassed br aar sawmill I the Beds fee 11; ins erdWri wvawUar
flissa.. flslllts .fll Mrs "t L.snWer and Or press bhiaaUs a srertaltri Use, rraaaM
Lssaasaar ( allaiaaemstoss. We make the WhelesaJe flnslsess a special fiaiOsue. OnSsi;
lolloited and sresapilr 111.4.
Q0. KAYJIIL.1,1211, AGENT,
H, 1S4 JelTanon Street MentPhis. TetiaMsv
fjtjMarasajsa. iisiui laMswraaiwawsfiee.M
E. WITSMAMMj Co.
WlioltiaIe Dealers and riibllnlicrx,
Sole AtenU for the following yirit-CIass InstroaienU:
STEI2STWA.Y and KNABE
PIANOH Kranich & Bach, Gabler, and Whseloch
OBGANS Clough & Warren, and Smith Americtr.
awA IW 7-OOTAVB PIAHO fOR l.-Wi
Write lor OatnloRaeo. No. 331 aud 323 Necoud Mtreet, Mmp i '
XeHates I.ft.wyAle; La4e ef HeMhea
DAT, HORTON & BAILEY,
CHOCERS AND COnOfl FACTORS,
SSO-MS Front Street MeatehU Team.
nar (ao -
DEALER IN WALL PAPER
.;. Window Nfcades, lMcture Rail Mculdings anil Mixed ralnts.
JnOU3E, SION I AND JTREjCO ; P AINTJC
KoTiiS NlXOAD HIItEEr, - - .MLniMIIH,-rEMM
IHIIIMB lllH I 'I lll'lll mJHSSSmsmZ
TO:il. H. EKK'II),
W. IV, Urowu. Ir.
A Berism. U f Ms0wl
UNDKR the anthorlt rested In mil the
CbalrnKB of the Quarterly Con nt
Court ot Shelby, and by Tirta. of ssiseflloe
Trustee ot the estate el W. H. Belien, de
ceased, as appears ol r.rrl In Bent 1A,
Ease 119, ete., ol the Res isUr's offlee of bhel
y oounty, Tenn., I will, as said Trustee, ol
Mnaday, Deetesaiber SO, IS HA,
at 12 o'clock m., on tbe southwest corner of
Main and Madison streets, in the eitr oi
Memphis, Tenn., i ffer (or sale, at pufclie
outcry, and sell to the hisbest and bst bid-
der, the following deaoribed real estate, to
wit: The property known as "Tbe New Kent
and Ivaimea" Plantations, oontainlnr, by
esilm ition, Zil9 ll-l'i aorta, lrini in feyett
county, Tenn., about two miles 6. K of the
town oi Mossvilie, on the Men phis aa
Charleston Hai I road, about XI miles cast of
Memphis, Tsnn. These lands are situate
In one body, and are described as follows,
lis: 1st All ot section sis, in townshi
one, range three west el the basis mertdiaa
ol the Unlokaiaw Cession, cnn'a'ainc 649
acres, and Is known as tbs TiHuian Place,
iii Alto, the N. K. ot stolon 8, township
one, rante three we-t, containing lil acres.
Also, one hall ol the S. K. of section 5, ia
towtitituii one. ran -e S west, the sa:ne ba.na
doscrilied and lioundidas f liw-: It' sin
nine nt ihe S. V . ,-or:.cr ol riid 'ii.Mln
runn nit thence 'lo. ,h'I Ioi) .dIoi to the
eastern bouinlurp lino vt sai'. se ''"r : thenoe
with .Hi t bound .ry : ino so iifc i '0 ; olf. to a
iNko with bla. k.'.ij ininur. ; ihii.os tat
fO poles to a stake in Iho till'; ih..e soutU
ti) poles; then io nesi SO poles to Juntos Mar
shall's Ibe; then.-o north with s:ttit line 110
pole to Ihu houinnintf, ooihiii i k aores
't h s ami the ! seotHin hrrstotoro .tosdribed.
is known as ilie "Temple" p mcc, aud to
gether contain ill! a-ro. Sj Also, all ot
section live, iu ti.wuship one, rnusro il westot
the ba. a iteri.iinn ot thul hickas.tw Cession,
and cottn ning tiill i c es, aud known as the
"JnroitKHn" place. AUo, ot iNo. 1, beltUa
Ing to section the, boing a Iraoliiinnl pact o 1
laid section, lying norcn ot 11, and bfng in
township onn. r.mo ;i we't, sn o u amine
I'SNi acre. Ith AI"o, the h llor ing three
tracts ut lurd, coi tHiuiu, br rmiiuatiou, &W
acres a d known as the ' Whitlec ' p'ace.
which nt in ttwuship one, rurgu 3westof
the basis n:eridiau ol ti e Clio k. -aw Ci sslon,
and hoi' g a part ot sect on lour, aid be
tinning llt-'u po es east ot t'.e N . V, . -o ner
ot aootion 4 aud the N. K corner t 1'. J.
Uravcs's Hsi aoie tract, now own. 1 1.t one
Hinith: thoi'i-e south with caiii tlr.ir .'.or
Smith's est I r.o ItV) p, lea to his r,. K oor
nort then east lnitj .olos to lh;i W cor
ner oT il. Lilea's ioilS sore tract, cow onnsil
by tne Tiioiup-on ; t..euoa noilh wuh Llles's
or ihoinp U.I s line lis) polos to thur N. W.
Corner i iheuar we: t U"Jj, poles to 'ho begin
ning, contatuiug lt'O'rj acros. A'uo, oue
other Irtt 't, lioiug a part ot same reorion.it
bting tho S. W. i ol said st-tinn t he eto
foro ilsioii el, and cutuiotig Ilk) uoref.
Mh Also, the north bait of ssction ' me,
it tow.s'i'ti rno, moke 3 W(it ul the busis
meriillnn ot the riilcka'uw C.srion, con
tninlnit "Macros, there lanils will Le sold
in tracts, as herein set forth a .d iecr'.bod,
and In tho fullu.vir.tr order :
I "t ' -I in nagiin" Place. "SIS sores.
Id-" VVhi.lry" l'luce, icres.
Hd-" Tllu.ttn ' Pi oe, Wo ucies.
4th" Iv iiip o" Place, M acres.
Also, Iho proierty k' own as tho " Uich
land" Plantation, ot in rcms i I. t No.
1, ling in ring 1, rrotion ol ihe It h :Sur
vuyor s District ol b'oyolto ' ounty, lunn..
y.', miles wort ol Iho town ot Soniurv.l eana
tm the w.itorr o tha L oa Itachio nver:
It.'glns nt n st ike, leiuplu's ti VV . Cjrnxr.H.
' '. in In ks from a sweiUtim iimrl od
"1," on t!io routh bank ol ins creek;
t'lence north wiih hisl fo m pin' ) line orosstng
Wirts creek a-vcrnl tie, " 1" cliuina to a
white a muiked " T. O. M.," tua ri W.
come. ol' u lli- tcre lot: thunce coat 10 6
chains 1 1 a stake 7 tioks sotttn ot a.t alder
linrko l ' K V."t thonuo m rt i lit tOolislns
tna.Miike 111 in Wr uas . of im - Im inerked
"It. W. '; thence w. si l.t-O .h:.n- to a
swvotuin innrked "H W .," tho r-. K eor
nirof an l.'noro trnct : thece u.;l.i wuh
enstlino ot t d t.rrct lt i hilllls toe to V
tice niiirlcd "H. W."; ihcnco 'o-ii II Vt
cliuins to a tl uood, redonk sn k rn mmon
pointers ni t'oo west b ink o l.n, i-o. Uaii?hie
r.rcii ; thrm o down the i il iior itn its
iiii-ii it dot icys to a st.iki ou the 'orvh ba k of
rivr U7 links notth el a litr o whitci alt
tnnrkerl "X.", thunuo soutu li.io chami
iu st.ite in road with two onk siiprtng
pointers the N. W, corner of a ?i7 sure tract,
sold to H. M. 1.ii iMin by K. Diokinsont
thence east with tlm south line ot sai l Uaet
Ml, 2fi chains to tho boiiiunitig, ceut.auini
tl!7 kl acres.
Lot No. 1 begins at the 3. W. corner ot Mo.
1, llipnoo west 71. ii chnius to the 8. W oor
por of tho 10,11 nets truot sold to Aaeraoa
by Dickinson, which is a slake with persim
mon iHiinters in a pond; thence i urtn Ilk) 60
rh'iins to a atnko; thenoe east I obaina to a
slake; thence north, passing luto llatchle
boitoui at U chains. In all hi chains, to a
stake, with whiu-oitk, hickory and black
giiin pointers, on the south bank of tiaichie
river; thence up said r.vcr with Its mean
dering, to the N. W. corner of lot No.lt
thenee south with Ihe west line et lot Mo. 1
I'Jil tl'i chaius to Iho begiuniag, eontaioix
Maps showing survey anil dlvisisn of i base
In n (In, embodied and known as "Richland
rimtatlon." will be eihibited on the day oi
sale, and in tho mciiiitinie may be soon at
the office of the Chairman ef the bhelbj
County Quarterly Court.
Also, a tract of 100 acres, lying In Fayette
county, Tenn about three miles north of
Homorville, beginning at the N.W.oorner
of ths original trnct bought of James K.
Polk by Durrus Carter) thenoe south 91 8-7
poles to a stake in the District line roadi
thence east 175 polos to a stake with blnca
o k and black gum pointers; thenoe north
VI 3-7 polos to a stake In the oorner ol O. B.
Caiter's and J. U. Mosby's linei thence
west 175 polos to the beginning, uai knowa
as the "Mosby Tract."
All ol said funds are well improved and 111
a Sue state of cultivation.
Terms ol Hale; One-fourth sash, balance
In one, two, three and four years, with In
terest from duto, and secured by trnt deed
on ntid lands. D. 0. LAUOHTKK,
Chairman and Trustee of Lstate ol W. II,
K. 1). Jordan, Attorney.
tlr ,f"bVline advertisement
'AnurDTifimln 0n" Minion is
LHVtnTISlNGsuee of leading A
' ,nj..- 'nienoiin Newspa
pers andcomp'ete the work williln ten days.
This is at the ruin of only one fifth ol a oent
a lino, lor iiaju tircuianon i ino auvorua.-
m iiiiw, mi iino v ii eui in urn i n. , .
iLent will appear in but a single Issue ol sis
paper, an.) consequently will be planed ay.
fore One Million dillerent newspaper jj
ohasora; or Kiva Mii.i.iuk Hsn'Wy newa-
. ,UUTMf HUH
CCRpATED IRON S!0!NB
AA Iron Rooftn i
rire, VHtmI. Waler nnrt ftttKnlKSj
Itrooi. buiublo lor all l;imlr ot buildings.
Kor priie in 1 esLiwates a factory rii'.eg
oall on or aldrsis
MEMHUt", MKl'AL, A V00D H (UK).,
ISA MO alain il., and 21 ft Mulberry
Ilcadiniirlers '.or I'm F-nc-s a-il'-t'llliit,
(salvanilml lroo ' nrnioe ' ii. '(.-o'. -tf.e,.
Prof'iiimation by (iovoniot.
The IHate of Tenncee Vv m B. Il.ite, (Iot-ernor-To
nil wh. shsil aee tneso pnyeiits,
"t I I HKHKA, It has been nude known to
VV mo tin', y.im lltuce (ol, i-harm-d w th
having cotr.m tiod uiuidcr on the ImkIt of
Koaoh Oukley on the day id Oclobo', IS,
in pur county of .Shelby, lied from jue.ioe
and now running at la cei
Now, therefore, I, Win. B. B ite, tli.vcrnor
as aforesaid, by vir ueof the powor aud au
thority in me veatoil.do ho:eliy ofinr a r
ward ol two hnndred and fll I dollars to any
person or porsons who ins' apprehend th.
said Ham liiuoo (u), and deliver him to th.
eherifl or lailor ol our ooitnty ol Shelby,
in order that justice iu mat Denan ai.iy am
had and esnouted. This reward is paynble,
ball ou delivery to shsrifj and half oa eou-
T'b"m BRUCE, wanted for killing Roach
Oakley, Is 6 Let V inches high, heavy set,
broad shoulders, sennine colo'ed man, Ursa
leatures, keen black eyest had Humside
whiskurs, mustache running back to whis
kers I boasting disposition i h-els turn out
more thau ordinarily in walking. Hails
irom Morgan Point, ner (Heeola, Art:., anal
pore recently Iroin Hell's sawmill, near
Lakoview, In Tonnes'ioe.
In Testimony Where -f, I have hereunto set
my hand, and caused 'he ()rrt heal ol the ,
ltat.tob.alTiied,at Nusbfille, on theWB
da, of Nov,mber, 1. WM. fi BATK
By the Hoveraor.
John Allison. Secretary of Htate.
CpCC PRESCV IPIOMSr
I 1 at las he found In tU " MICMl
or IIKU.H1" tor, -ho
iinclv cure ol Nervous Debility, '..out Knr-
! gy, De."i'oi,dincy, eto. A copy "l this book
will be s-nt 'ree.sea'c.l A'Jdr ss '
!' llK.tl.ise.l.lv Wen! histli elreej,
' t ii.ciiiui.it, onto. I r. " i --"vrn
truo, as Is souietlines stutou, intaf (,n ,Q ar
psper is looked at by live peolllt4 ,uout
erago. Ten Mnrs will ancuj wiln nopr p
seventy-Bve word;. Adi ur ,r :i conts
a Ivortinoiliont and cliflij,) p KUWlCLLiA
tor bonk ot 17(1 pages. N Yor'u
CO., 10 Spruce sttiT-i-