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TILES ABOUT THE CBEHtPElEB
- 1SD OHIO,
Who., Bondholder Are In a Great
Slew nd Tbrentea lnJancUona
' What He llvpuaes. ! -
Naw Von, Pfcember 20. President
Hnfitingb-n talked yeeVriUy with
Tribune r prvtir in mpi ct to th din
Mt tlied holders nf ttiflbondiof lha
Cheaiake and Ohio rai!way wr-.o ob
ject to tlmrch'mp of utenaon. Wnn
Mkrd what waa tbe foundation of tbe
litiftaiun thrpa eofd bv c rtain people
in Tray, M. Y., Mr. Huntington re
"Theoff rnf the NVwport Newa and
M'se a-tippi Valiey Company, as aat
forth in my letter of July 'at, propossd
to put the Chesapeake and Onio Com
pany upon a be ier baiia cf cridii, by
reiiaclnr I'saonnv fixed nt;arge. Tbe
oriKinal Gt.e-apeakHauit Ohio iai'n ad
bonob, f r which theae r.risent isButa
were f xchtag-d nnder the pli:n of re
organiiat'on, wer? B'lld by ro' olar ad
veriimaient and eubscriotion, and
were wuitly ecatertd. Acn plumes
re earning in every day, and on the
whohi rh fuRtasc.iuld be expoctt-d.
No bereflt is to be yalnnd that I can
discover by non assent (while tbe ad
vantage' o( tio'iiplmnce ore many and
important) nor by atoppiug 'he inter
est on the other b nd ."
' What has 1 ruvrutHd the company
from f.avii,g !nil interact ?"
"Jt na look at the present position
of tbe Obeeapi ake and Ohio railway
property and funded dbt. The oom
pletloa of its lint fiora the ocean ter
minni to the Big 8,md7 river, through
moD.nt.tin ranges (involving more ez
peiiFe f ir embankments and tunoela
than any line of equal length in Amer
ica), and the bringing of it roadbed to
its pre' eat d'aie of perfection, have
exhanfted iteplndgble credit. Tbe ex
tenMoi !,sni It mli'isilnow hauitnated
beyond ita western teiminns are in
part owned and controlled by those
who are alio holdtrs ot Chesapeake
and Ohio railway securities, I ut in part
by those who i avn no such interest.
Tier- is no at-snrance that even the
preterit degree of community of own
ership and eoiitrol will be permanent,
nor that Die vb liable oonum tioua in
Kentucky and THiiiiegpe and on the
north bank of the Ohio may not be
transferred t ) other trunk Hues. This
more complete union of interests
1 had hoped to secure during
my lid tune, upon term, that
would be fuir alike to tlioce of
my viida'ea of the Che apeak,
and Ohio railway and to those in the
tiibuki'V companies. I have alven
many years nt arduous labor to the
bnildlrg np ot this enterprise, in fhe
hope tliat itooud be made morn than
eolf (attaining. I have not lost falih
ir it, ' mat outcome; but we muet
!.. the feel that lu burden oi Hied
r . tea la greater than Its earning
power new or in the near future. I
may freely disclaim responsibility for
this state of things, as the present
large iiidebtrtdnees w. s entered upon
nder the reorganlaation plan in defe
rence to the views ot the bondholders,
and againat my convictions, if not
positive proteit. J he present ia a
neceanaiy and proper time to remedy
the errors of the past. Tbe road, in
my judgment, caunot earn at preseat
qaite 4 per aunt, on tbe B. bonds; It
certain y i annot earn 0. It is naeleea
te expiot ar.y more out of It than it
can earn net."
"Ha,w yon any confidence that this
plan would anoceed ?"
"To oundnot the bnilnesa between
tbe seaboard and the Ohio and Mis
sissippi va ley the road needs further
expenditures fur extension of second
track, additiunHl motive power and
rolling stock, the alliance of ocean
eteam-hip lines, docks, elevators and
other icce-Horiw, which it cannot
obtain by frehh borruwinp, but ouly
by cah payments, to lia derived
either fieut current net onrningH, or
by ad Vd i' cm f mm others who ruav
have- a joint iuterett in its prosperity."
"Will the minority nt ttie bond
holder he able to foreclose and take
the mad T"
"The holduts of B. bonds wou'd
batMly like to fnreito their entire in
terest for tbe accomplishment of thete
parejosMt. while it would banish the
hope of internet opon the currency
bond fur a seibs uf yi rj. By the
terms i f th ninrtuae meiirim the B
binda the r ght ol fjieoloaine doea
sot accrue unm noiue part ot a x suo-
ceeeive conpoi.s remain unpaid. No
adequate rel et is to b f mod In that
(lirecilmi. lie idles, one experience of
litisatlon and foreclosure st'onld nut'
floe i( r thlagenereti in of bondtinldeia.
Ho ntler conrne. it teemt to me,
would he an i e for the bondholders
as t he ' lie proposed. The t radio of the
road is and muni consist cliieily of coal,
c ko, In n, lumber, araln and other
prod ue i, which cau only be moved at
a pioth by an iminente tonnage, for
W li I Y. utanutalinn m im Ka mnilu ' '
'Why does not the new company
oner hi nar mice me old U iiulsl '
"Y. n ask if the Newport News and
Altrsteeippi Vallev Company, Ins I
ene, will (nurontee the lower rata of
inter, at on the new honde. In answer
1 will ear that die bondholders are
offered 2i percent, of thes'o.kof the
loeiee's ivmpMiy in 1 oil of such guar
antee, wl lob I think will bolmore
value to them, as the investment of
more n.oney bv the lei-see for other
pnnirs s b-hind the sucnrity of the
11 ho- 'h will have ail the elTert lu
market, af er a few vears, of a osillve
gnar.nt-ie, which may in f ict be also
obUf e-l oiioii ihe surrender of the
prolle ed if.1, per cent of st ain: but
this Hhen a ive of iina-anteo neia not
bi con' hie od t prenent. The lesee
conuisny a nimm the harden of pay
ing th- .n'ereo so far ai the in t earn
ings w li mi lllee lor the pu p;-s. The
presetr s nrity for pavment nut of
the e ininK remains noimpiied, and
the I on ho d r wj 1 be entitled by his
sliart a t a p.ictn ae of the floras
ovir w.i nb vo hid interest stipula
tion." "Wlia' rg'.iahiva tbe complaining
bondh i le a over the o her clnseaTfl
"The lien of trie A. and H. bonds is
auhi rd n ite io t but of the parchaee
money fundi g bonds ((2,350,1X10 u
tVora d), e n d to reiira an equal
amonnt ot Viiglni Cetitral ralhoad
bonds. The 2,1)01,000 a riea A. have
the fa un p ?i ioa es the B'a wet of
H cbn; ) d, .aid ere, in addition, a first
Hen rc cu rei.tly with J2,f 00.000 (la
of 1911 ou tbe n mend of iharoid
between Kiclmond aid Newport
Hew, wliic'i i eludes tie expeD'ivn
d(.ck und plant a ready i rccted. Tbe
credit, ai d p -ference enowu to the A.a
wer up eely iuiendel and reserved
in tfiu plan of n cognition, and tbe
cath procidsof thee honda at par
were inv a ed for th- pro'ertion of the
rem i der of the delt, a i they are
legsl'y and eq'iit.ibly en it.led fo re
ceive ther fuii current intcrv)t to ma
"Ii this suit f ir an lnjunu Ion to
re vent taiw mto'cst on th, A.
ocds aud j n ior is us is fra.iled,
whxtrff' i t w II it have?"
i."Oh I iprtisuma there is some.'Job In
it eaeewaare. As I stated, the right
te foreclose and th, exercise ( all th,
vitwta seder Uie mergag ta net de
nied. It is etna ply a quest tea of bnai
neon Jsdgmeat whether the extenaio
at 4 per cent ia advantageous or not.
There would be great ir luetics to the
holders of tbe erj ined bonds, but aa
far as I mn see nothing gained to tha
complain acta." . .
.. "How is the road doing dowT"
"VfeU, tbe roedswe tof Tirginla
ared4ag pre'ly well this year; bot
the Che aperke and Ohio bas not
come ap to 1', lull intereet charge,and
if it enot do eo now, there ia no
proapret of its doing ao for some time
to come. No one desires it more than
myself, and if it could earn the full S
Ker cent. I oh old be delighted to
and It over te then-editors."
Asmara (Ark.) TideW; Mr,
ITaxhl't spent a low daya in
. J. T.
phis Ilia Week.
Bm.H(Mltj.) BenUnd: Mr.
Finger, nn of our merchants,
MerapUi this week.
Bnef tNeitAM (Ala.) Age: Mr.
fiexton ij lu t ie city, on a visit
blotter. Dr. O. R. Sexton.
L ITT LB Koox (Ark.) Dtmocral: 3. W.
Knett retai-nea from Memphis last
iiiht sjnlto ill, and ia row in bod.
Biobmsiid (Ta.) Whig: Mr. R. L.
Trayler, formerly of ttiis citv, now a
resident of Memphis, Tenn., is in the
I MBitviixa (Tonn.) Falcon:
Jaa. It'. Hunter, of Memphia, is
vIhU trt relativea at this place,
will remain about a week.
Octrau (Tenn) Democrml:
James K.irk laud Is lying very ei
Ids home bear Culleoka, and but Utile
hopes of his recovery are entertained.
Sardia Itrporler: The Hon. R. U.
Taylor epent laat Friday in Memphis,
walilkor he went to meet bis accomp
lished daughter on her return froai
BrHAUi(Mi"s.) Journal: The Rev.
J. T. Moody will preach at tha Metho
dist (Jhnch in this town next Hun-
dey. The R 'V. M. Bei ge tjokcrfor
Memphis on Wedaeeiay. W. Fa
tfii4 returned lie.Tie on Tuesuay from
Oow NeroN Leadir: Jai. Kurts, who
hwt boon in the employ of the M, N. A
M. T. Railroad Uoinpany at Memp'.ia,
is at henetbia wek. fl 8. Calhoun
will aaove ta Memphis soon. We ra
mi te loss ao geod a cituceu ai Mr.
JiSCMN (Tenn.) Dltpatck: lllahop
Diiaoan, Mithodist, left here imme-di-itelf
after ihe adjournment of the
oonnreno i for Port Hudson, Miss., to
preside ov.tr thj Mississippi Cooler
eace. Ha mad, a ap'ended impression
tfevlnglon, Tenn., Leader: When
Dosk t Jit -d the O arksville Toliaeo
Letf they Billed him Admiral D isk.
Ia Oiiinntl be wsa known as Par
son Djfdtj in Memphis aa Col. D.iak,
and since he has become a govern
ment official they oall him Gen. Doak.
liacioif (Tenn.) Whig: Mrs. 0.
WilMaaaa el tnis city left for Mem-
pUifiarly th's week to attend the wed
dogef h'r daaithter. Miss Emma, to
11', William Wthnrapooa of the
"Baifl Oity." We wlnh the happy
young oonnle much joy iu their union
of he rta and heeds.
Jaokbon (Tenn.) Triune: Mips
W4lie Wood of Memphia who has
bean visiting Miss Mary Baloe, return
ed heme lant Hituiday. Mrs. L. H.
ttolthaw ol Memphis, altera p easant
visit to tier unole and aunt, Mr. and
Mm. M. Tunhfeld, loft Sunday for
home. Mr J. II Ilusch attanded this
week the Tennessee Building Associa
tion Union In seealon at Memphis).
BoUVAB (Tenn.) IiullHin: Mr. Ben
Wileen, of Memphis, paid friends
here a short visit the fl rat of this
week. Gen. R. P. Neely returned
from a t'ipto Memphis and Narhville,
mi Saturday list. Mr. Jerome Hi 1, of
St Iouis; Dr. Qwrg B. Peters, of
Ark si s; the Hon. Oeorne B. Petera,
of Memphis, and Mr. John II. I'olk,
if N'flhrllle, were here on Nundsy
laitto a'tend the funeral cf Maj. El
P. Mi N.l.
flumis (Mis.) St-i rter: Mr. and Mrs.
Rubir' O Itcklei, of Langtown, spent
I at Wednoslay in Memphis. Mies
Fannie May D.iv.s is visiting in Mem
phis this week. Hum Meek wss in
Memphis Wednesday. Mops re. Cal
loway B Jlicott aud Bob McLenn of
MemiiMs, wera In Harris Monday.
Mrs. Oellinger and Jim Nichols cam,
down f om Meinnhis laitSanday even
ing. Tbe latter returned next morn
ing, but the former wilt remain some
time, a! Mr, Vanderp jol'a.
Jackson (Tenn.) CwpatcV The Rev.
J. R Urates, LL.D., of Memphia, is in
the city for a few days, the guest of
Prof, and Mrs. Irby. Mr. J. H. Hirsch
is in Memphis thl week attending tbe
inflating of ihe Tennessee Building
Arsscl ationa' Uulon. Mr. John Urlram
and w In, who have been living in
Memphis for the pa-t f. nr year, aud a
half, have te'arued to Jaokeon, their
old liome, where they will reside in
the fu'ure. Mies Willie Wood, an ac
coin 1 is hid young lady of Memphia,
who bas ben vlauing friends here the
Sait lew weeks, returned home last
ihirdsy. Her winning ways made
her many e.diulreis In the social (.holes
of our city.
Aldeaa CoiesniUla, tke niimmaa.
Ni.wrteaoH, N. Y., Deocibir 20.
Allien G 'Idinilth. the fana u horse
man, d ed a, midnight last n'kht at
Walnut (rove farm, in the town ol
B oominc Grove, Oranga o uinl., i f er
an l ine u of three weeks. Mr. i old
em ith was born December 1" 'JO.
Karl in life be begin to breed fine
horses, : GohUmitu Maid, tiamtnl
and developed by him, has linked the
name cf her owner forever with the
horse interests of fie ooun'ry. tie
aho brotwht out Uloster, Huntrts",
Power', Driver, Alley, Volunteer,
Heptigon, Dimesio, Cat'lar and
eooree of other noted trotters For
uiieti-en years he owned Volunteer,
perhaps tbe moat prominent stallion
A BIWMT 1.1 RK HAL OrrEBl t
Thb Voltaic Bblt Co., Marahall,
Minh odor to aend their Celebrated
Voltaic Bki.ts and Electric Appli
ances on thirty daya trial to any man
afflicted with Nervous Debility, Loss of
Vitality, Manhood, etc. Illustrated
pamphlet in sealed envelope with fnll
particnlara, mailed tree. Write them
at once, j
1m eUeleb'a Uo4j Tmm4.
Nsw OsLBAne, December 19 A spe
cial to the 7mrt Democrat from Bayou
Pe a aaya: Tb, bo yof Mias Agnes
MoCaeb ws recovered late yesterday
evening. It will be bnrled tomorrow
at Bieralle, this pariah, from ihe res
idence of her slrtnr, Mrs. Dr. Wade,
lve me tfetb eouud, white
Ob, give me breath that's pure and
Oh, g v me rocy, healthful gums,
And 1 w 1' meet wl a'ever comes;
Wha ever trmhlt m-y befall,
With t-07X)D0.Nr I'll, meet them all
TROUBLES 131 lRHiU)
FATBEB FAHtl RELEASED FROM
Great Commotlea Through, at
Oreea I.le The "Plan of
Ddbliu, Dicember Father Fa
hey, tbe pri'St who early In Baptem
ber, was sentenced to i x months' im
prisonment for refuiiiog to give bail
for gooi b havior, wao to ay released,
u .conditionally, from theOalway jail,
in wh'ch he bas since been confined.
It will ba remembered that F'ther Fa
hey interceded with Agent Lewis, of
the Olanricsrde estates, in behalf of a
number of teraota belonging to the
print t's pariih in Woodford, and who
were unable to p .y their rents. Evic
tion was threatened, and Father Fa
bey went to t-ave them from being put
into the roadway. Mr. Lewis treat d
tbe pricBt harshly, and as the latter
left he pa d to Mr. Lewis: "If you are
bard h arted toward God's poor, may
you repent It." Lewis at once had
tbe priest arrested and charged bim
with threatening his life, even go
leg eo far as to dfclare that Father
Fabey said ha would have bim mur
dered. The Mag stra'ei ordered
Father Fahey to me bail for trood be
baivor or go to jail. Ue refused to
furnish bail, for the reoson that it
would be regarded as an admission
that tbe chars against him was true.
He was accordinxly imprisoned. Thi
priest met with an ovation on bis re'
least. Ti e city of Galway will be il
luminated tonight in his honor.
Tha Irish Will Slot lle la tha Ditch.
DcBLiN,Dcember20. Mr. O'Brien,
presiding at a Nat onal League meet
ing held at Linnf ,ird today, d nouncd
the government in voltnt terms for
cotspirlog with Judxe O'Brien to
U'Urp the functions of tbe jury and
manufacture a verdict by illegal
means. Tbe pretense of bringing Mr.
Dillon and himself to trial, ha said,
was a sham. The government never
hoped to brinn them to trial, but did
hope that before a verdict could be
obtained from a jury they would Mic
cerd in suppressing tie anti-rent
movement by proclamation and arbi
trary conduct. He warm d them lhat
they would have to adopt a atill more
drastic measure than the pe&cttful
"plan of campaign" ti stay tne arms
of evicting landlords. The Irish would
not die in the ditch. Tbe promoters
of the plan would have ti extras
their ingenuity and cinumsprctlon in
order to outwit tbe Castle officials.
Mr. Paraeira lllaeaa.
London, December 19. Mr. Pr
uel), who has junt arrived in London, I
aaid today tiiat he waa slowly butf
nrmiy recovering ir m nis reteui gus
trio attack. Ilia doctor will permit
him to resume his Parliamentary du
ties on the opening of the lession if
be promises to be careful. Mr. Par
nell does not intend at present to ex
press an opinion on tbe plan of cam
paign, whining first to go to Ireland to
consult with the promoters of the
plan, whom be has not seen sle.ee the
end of the last petdon of Parliament.
He also desires to obtain fuller knowl
edite in regard to va'ions matters be
fore he speaks on tbe subject. He de
clares that he was not aware that tbe
plan of campaign had baeu devised or
even proposed until it bad been pub
1'sheJ, Mr. Parnell will go to Ireland
Ilndly Hearten The liloralle Con
dition ol lha L.nnl l)nea(lon.
Dublin, Doember 19. Near Tulla
more today two proctss servers were
bndly beaten by unknown persmi.
The procisi they Intended to serve
was deetroyed. One of ihe men had
to he sent to a hospital.
The grand jury of tbe Mum'er
Asalres has sent a rewlu !on to the
government. t Mr. Q ads oue and
others, deolaring the evidence ob
tained in agri.ri. n odences ''points to
social disorJer and is traceable to the
deplorable coud.tiou of the land ques
tion." The Police ..odwloketl.
Dublin, December 20. Joseph
Riohaid Ocr., Jeremiah Jon'au and
Jonph Elwad Kenny, Pnrnellite
inehiheis o' East and West Clare and
South Cork, respectively, succeeded
yis'erday in totally hoodwinking the
podce and in collect ng and escaping
with all the rents due from tenants on
tbe Vand leur estate in County Glare.
Tuey went to Kilruxh on Friday
last. It was known 1 1 tbe police that
they went there to net as trustees un
der tbe "plan of campaign" to collect
from the tenants of the Vandeleur es
tates the teduend rents refused by the
proprietors. The eu hoiities, how
ever, could nit ascertain tbe nature of
tbe arrangement to be carried out
between the tenants and trustees and
were led to bdieve that the tenants
were to arsiHiible at Kilraah on (Sun
day and band in the ren's. The
po Ice accordingly were kept on the
alert and were instrnoled to w4oh for
tbe arrival of the tenants and to arrest
the tiuttees and secure tbe money
when it had all been hauded
in. The truatets, after having sejured
the police on this tack, appointed
three planes of rendravotis outs de the
town of Kilrunh, and uianeged to have
all tiie rebellious tenants instructed to
go to the proper place' On Sunday
it snowed very bard iu Kllruub. The
tru'tees left their hotels separa'nty,
went each to his appoiuted rendez
vons, collected tha re. ta, returned un
observed by the po ke, and closed up
their business without at reeling any
sui-pU'ion on the part of the authori
ties, who continued to watch for the
astemblingol the tenan'aat Kilrneh,
and finally concluded that either tbe
rigor of the police arrangements or the
severity of the storm had prevented
the arrangements from being carried
out. As a result, tbe truBteta were
enabled to got away unmoleated with
all the rents, and aome of the county
Cloie authorities are yet In doubt as
to whether the Vandeleur rents were
certainly collected yesterday, or
whether the ttatement that they were
is not pert of as'rategetn to throw the
police off their guard against a post
. Oaiiua Ircland'a" Precautions.
' London, December 20. The pro
prietors of Untied Ireland have bad
their b oka, papers, etc.. removed to a
place of safety In view of the possible
seizure ot tbe paper by tbe govern
mtct If suppressed, the publioatl n
will be continued just as when the
Land League was suppressed.
Commoner Tanner, . speaking at
Coachford, Cork, ( today, prophesied
the downfall of the government within
three tin nth. Commoner Hooper
declared that tenauU-were capable of
effecting an honest comhimition with
or without the "plan of campaign."
There were no prieat at the meeting.
Heavy Nao In Ireland.
London, December 19. There was
a heavy snowfall in the west of Ire
land today. It rerlnusly impedes and
threatens.. to, ei.t.iely. stop railway
travc'.; .-, ,., iWfT
A BOX of KO-KO TTJLTJ
For Kvorywlifro In Hio
A Bi'eeifln f'.r all itiaaie na
flnliar 'o won. en, such aa Patu
ful, t-utiprdnne', or Irreirulur
Morairuatio'J, lieueorrhiea, or
IftKhenduriiu the Cll ANGK
OK LIKK. vaiit. Buffering and
dauier will lie avuided.
Bend for ocr bouk, "MeeJAi to WoMin,"
JilUUFIELD BEaDLATOH CO.,
tr' ' V
JULTS CREAM BALM
Ti not a liquid, muff or powder. Applied
into nottriliitquieMy absorbed. It Heantet
thehead. Allay t inflammation. Ileal) th
toree. IieltYrethe iene$ oftasteand imeli
U cent at DrvirgUu; by mail, ngitUrl,tOcmu.
a BROTHERS, Druggists, Owego, N. X
W. N. HALDEMAN
Praiidnnt of the Ureal LOUISVILLE COU-RllSR-JuURNAL
CO., tails woat
be knuwa of
Wiiitersmith'a Chill Cure.
Orricsor tbs OopaiKa-.locEKL,
Dr. Winttrtmitli'Sir: I waive a rule I havt
otmorved for inariy year, the value of roar
remedy ro;uutinn mo to ay. in reply to
your raiment, what I know of your Chill
Cure. 'I he erivale assurance 1' ita efiinan?
I h l, an.l tbo eoml roiultn of Its rflei-ts 1
had olnerved on Mr. H. W. Meredith, who,
for mora than ff itoon yearn, had l eentore
uian of uiy ofrire, in.tujed ue to test It in
mytainily. Th- resu'.t bave heon omirely
atitfaotory. Tte S t oase waa of two
years' standing, in ahioh 1 believe every
known remedy ha I been triad with tempo
rary relief-the .-hit s returnini periodically
ana with leeminKlT tnoreaped aeverity.
Your eure broke them at once, and there bai
been no reourreme of them for mora than
all months. Tha other oaae wai ol a milder
form, and ylel led more readily to other
remediea: bnt the chills would return at In
tervals until your inedioine was used, since
whloh tiuio, now several months, they havt
entirely disappeared. From the opportu
nity I have bad tojudga, I do not hesitate to
express my belief that your Chill Cure ia a
valuable apeolon, and perlorml all yon
promise for It. Keepeotfully.
W. N. HALDEMAN.
ARTHUR PETKK k CO., Aienta, Louii
."To the VICTOR the LAUREL"
Prs-tminnt In vajry higher quttMy. lt
HANAN SHOE bvcomt th racrgmrwd tundird
lot tin Vvr among dicrimintmg gtntitmtn.
A Ulan with It rain and Connclc ncil
will drop prtty Prriljiiciicft rreltIy picked up
irhtn truth knot Um the door. SulIi arr invited
to try one pair oi " llHimn'a" suk. Wc know
the mttilt : evciv mnn ulio wind the brt and
finrtt artirie in the murket will btcoaie a. ptrpet
Utl ' Uimd" -n.
CORRUGATED IRON SIDING
And Iron Roofing.
Flro, wind, Waler aa4 llaihinlnB
prtwl. HniUble lor all kinda of bnlldinss.
For prices end estimates a factory rates
sail on or address
MKVPHIS MET AT. 1 WOOD Mr fl 00..
ill k 441' Mala It., and 21 A S3 Mulberry
Deadqnartera lor Iron Fences and Oestlnt.
to aires tied Iron Ooraloe.Iia Kooli k b tores.
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DECEMBER 21, 1880.
CHEWING GUlf li an Elejant HOLIDAY GIFTS
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Uiiltt'd Wtrw Bff Wnre nnl
Late J. T. Lafrade i Co.
No. SOt Front street,
wtlavlni? retired from the Saddlery and Harness bnstness and oiened anoBoeas above,
we are ple ised to aonounne to oar rriead and the pablio ueneralty that we are now prepared
to serve then in unr new oianitv. Keturoin thanks lor the very liberal patronane ei
tended as In the old line, we trait to merit and recoive a share ot your lavorain the new.
tlfBHP. MnHRATIl ft X.
4a 4, iVi.vM.'r'rlTr'; j fi.., ... . 'fa.
O awiiweminiwsaijnM i in nawiin.ii pu urimaiisaii Sianiiaiiiiliiiiisiiiiar:
- mw u riuimnue MTTimn,
Errs. Sash, Blinds. Llolding, LurC3
Lttb aael ShJngles, Flooring, Ceillas an4 Ceiar PwtJb
E. Pi-1, APPER
364 FRONT STREET.
COTTON FACTORS & COMMISSION MERCKANTt
fSa. RSI Front Ktroef. ('nr. Fnioii. Imitlilx, Tenn.
Agent aid Commission Merchant and Wholesale Dealer.
an- Havina r.urohaaad the entire stock of Henry Peres, M Beale street at a low figure, son.
luting ol MtovfS, Furnlta'e, Queensware.
will sell cheaper than any other house in the city. Ulve us a oall,
P a A II kind. tf N.. ..J riAnnii.h.nl StAvaa and Machinerv for sale cnenn.
We buy all kinda of Rat and all grades of Cotton, iron, B nes, Hidea, Furs, Metals and
Feathers. Highest Cash Prioea Paid and Prompt Returns Made on all foods consiirned, o
me. lOOO I one OIU Iron . Wnnlexl.: iCorrespondenoe lolloited, and ITioe List
sent on. application.
409,411 anal 41.1 Shelby t, and
a. o. mil.
J. . rM iUAdU
SSS Trout Street, Memphis, Tonu,' .
0aaea etaiUaed le ai will have ear aarefal atteatlei. We aarrw at all Usees a maa.
aaleeWi tteek of
Stills & Fancy Grostries, Winns, Llqcsr$,T6isf & C!f in
F0UNDIII & MACHINE DBPT.lWtoUl Adams SU SempUM
rami ' 9rl"r ' - :-
IRON & RAILWAY SlUPPLt
, (Buoeeasors In this lenartment to JOHN MANOSUI.)
sr-Wrtto fll for Information nn ANY THINil In either line.
Bootti and Shoes
"vitb i.Tnci; na i(Tiiit inn wlinan
) conmle e than ever, comprising not only
dium, durable anl a tr I lea foods, which we
T THti IR.la. we offer special
SOLID SI7.K8, we are prepared e fill ordr -f lor special sues at MJ lllRA wtk, tnu
enabllni MercbanU to ill In without balnt impelled to buy roods aot needed.
Aerenla tor Ike Oolebmle-d W. L DonarliM S Mena Half Hnoeai aaid.BJi;
Heyi' 8hoa In nil aly Ir.
BWlLLUSTRATKD OATAiOQUB AUD PEICB LI3I MAILED fEIla
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Ituy le eniifin Article.
Late w.th J. t Lt'rade k Ct
& OoSioa Factors,
Hmmmmtmtmmm mmm tCTttmn
Tinware and Uonsehold Furnish nt Goods, we
St Iteale Nt,. Ttf oiursliln, Tgnn,
ft. i. PAftKlJL
a. a. Wl
AND MACHINE! COMPANY.
j Sloop, nam
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DEP'T, 226 nd 228 Second St.
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roK KLL AND WINTRR WBAR 18 M0HS
the best sad Bnest but also lull lines of me
oner at low ftaurea.
inducements. Uarryina mostot oar rjodi la
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It E A I. STATL
Ko. 6W7, K. Cnancery Court of Phelby
county touie r. aiteriei ai. vs. niuiam
RV virtue ef aa interloeutory deeree for
Mntrd in the above eause on tha
1st day of December, lfM, S inute Boek 65.
pane Xi, I will eell. at poblie aunt en, te the
biKheBt biitder, in front of the Clerk and
Mauler's offioe, at the Main street ent'anoe
.i the court-house of Shelby eounty, Mem
phis, Tena..oa i
Hlnrlny, Jnnnary n, it,
ilhin leral houra, the following described
property, situated east if ara near the cor
poration line o the o'ty of ftteiiptia, ia
bhelby county, Tnn.. to-wit:
L' tNo. 3, aa la d down oi tne piaiersuo
division of lands as set frnh in the decree
entered herein on the 19 l b day ot October,
18 6. in Minute Book No. 54. page i45 : Be
ginning a1, a point nn the north a di of Ilen
ry avenue 4IHV4 fe-twet Ir. in the lootheaat
rornfr oi me iulb vuuvtjicii w
Wiley to Henry lioeke by di ed au.iv recorded
i Buck Ko. 1, page ill, ol the Register's
office ot nbe bv eouotv, Tennessee, and run-
nurth 2MI feet tn hll. bv kayoat
theoie westwardly with said hayou 27 feet to
the east lire f lot No. '1 oi raid put; thence
south with tbe east line of aaid lot Ne. 2,
2HI4 teet, more or less, to Ihe r erti line of
Henry avenue ; ihen e east w.th (aid avenue
57S feet to the beinnin. . , .
Lot No. I, aa laid down n Ihe and p'at
and which lies iminedift'ely east ef raid lot
No. 8 and ba a In.nt of Ket on the north
side of henry avenue, ar i runs kaoa north
wrdly. between imrallel line r 24 lest t)
Lois Nos. 5 and 6, ai 'aid de n on tbe raid
filat, whioh are in lolidn, iiesrriheil aa In -ows
; Begin t-ing at a iiou.t oa the north side
of Henry avenue 3 2 fottwe-l to in ihes"uth-ea-t
ooruer ot the land conveyed ky William
Wiler to Henry B'eke by deed rew'ed in
Hook Vo. 1. page 'la of t:ie Kegi'tor's office 0 f
Shelby rouutr, Tonn., anl running thence
westwanlly wlh the north line (I Henry
avenue 66) feet; thenou norfh oa the divid
ing line be ween lot- 4 ano 6, as laid down oa
the aaid plat. 2ilt Let te Hoihya bayou;
thence eastward y aioi.v sunt i.avou to tne
northeant corner of lot Ne. I; thence south
on the dividing line between Ion 8 nnd 7, aa
laid down on aaid pi it, too leek to the point
ot beuinningon Uenryaveuue.
Lots Nos. 11, li, 1', H, 13. io, and the north
unsold part of lot No. 7, whiek are ia selldo,
described aa follows, te w t: Beginning at
the soulhea-t corner of the laid oonveyod by
Willi im Wiley t Henry Boeke ky deed re
corded in Book No 1, page til, ef the Reg-Ist-r'e
office ol t-b-lbv oouuly, lenn., and
which point ia about if! teet eastwardly
from the inter ection of 'he east line ot bo
phys buyou and Henry avenue, as the same
existed when aaid deed wa exerated by W il
liui Wile? to liei.iy B. eke: aad ru'ining
thence north altingtheensr line ef raid land
470 feet; ihen-e wrs wrd.y alonu ihe north
aide of said land '!8I feet to he, by. bayou:
tbenoe in a iioutbweati rly direcaion with aaid
bavou to the nor hen lofthe went mool lot
No 7. a laid downon said p. at; ihenee south
on lha dividing line beiween letg 6 and 7, 170
feet, more it less; thence OTt serosa aaid
lot No, 7 on a line parallel with Henry ave
nue; thence south 10 leet, enure or less, te
the northwest corner o' lot 8; ihenee eaat
along the nor.h line of lot" a, tend lu, aa
laid down on aaid pint, tte net to the nortn
im,i..p a Wit il. aa laid down OB aaid
rits thence south on tbe dividing line be
tween lots 10 and 11,170 leet te the north line
of Heir avenue; thatice eaat with Uenry
avenue 80 feet to the brgiumng.
Torms of Hale One-third ah; balanae la
three and l i mo tis; note bearing interest
with surety required, sad lien retained.
Ibis U'ci-mi.or io iii-o.
8. 1. McDO W KLL, Clerk and Matter.
By B. F. Coleman, Deputy C. and M.
li. er K. Lehman, b itaiteri.
SAW - MILLS
100CEHS' & R&FTEfit'LP. LkLJU
SAW AND PLAKINQ MILL SUPPLIES
JB WRITfi FOR TATAI.Q6ITJE. -
So, 5052, B.. Chanoery Court of Shelby
county-btate ot lennrbsee vs. b. a.
Wnre et al.
BY virtue of an in'erlocutory decree for
sale entered in tb) al ave oanse on the
Sd da; nt Hoceuibxr 1H.'4, M. B. f5, page
394, 1 will se I m publi l am-tion, to the high
est bidder, in front of (he tllerk and Master'a
office, courthouse o Shelby oount, Mem
phis, Tenn., on
NHlnniny, hih'f Janasry, Is7,
within legal hours, tne loliowme described
Kroi'evty. situnte I in the city oi Memphis,
helby ennntv. Tenn., lo-wit:
An undivided 8 11 'ereit in a certain
lot, described aa follows : II. ginning at the
southwest comrr of the Kead lot, on the
north side or UO'On a reet, running tnence
wentwaril with t' a north line of Union
street 42 leet, more or e-s, to a ttake stand
ing 43 fret, more or le s. east of the east
abut cut of the br'dare over the bayou;
thence northwardly HM leet, more or lens,
to the point where the hvi otheause of the
triangle lot of the Krinkle" h-irs, on the eaat
of the I'.iyou, outs tbe south line of old
Union street; thence eastwardly with the
south line of Id Ut.ion street 86 feet, mora
or leva, to the went lino of the Head lot
thence southwardly with aaid Head line te
Terms of bale On a oredit of six months,
intercut bearing nn'si with o d aecurity re
quired; lien retained, rrdoinptioa barred.
Ibis December IS, !).
8. I lni,0 a f LL. Clark anal Muter.
By B. F. Coleman 1). C. and M.
F. H 4 0. W. Lioi.-kell, teliaitora.
WhM 1 fMV anr I te M MM MatraaBT toflMta
MMMd ihaj kar utmm PMUr una. I rMTMl
nn. I kav aM M d-WM M rnti. HPILKnit tvAIV
IHtf WOenMrW lblr-IM aHeHW. wawrMt rtMMft t)
wr Uaa vrorart omh. altiiaiaBBg rnmmf m- ml KM a X
MsMfj fUT B4t flit rmiall (Ml, BaMBaal t OBMM tCIT J
IrtaillM eVUtt Fra aVltl sM mW lflHh.4l tBMdi fltwB)
lliml Mild foai U1UI-. atmwa4a.ir forfttrlftL
ail will ear- wnl UfcV H. "f'-l It., K.T,
No. 62M, E Chancery Court of Bhelby
county John T. Willias vs. Wan. D. Tra
bueetnl. BY virtue of an Interloeutery decree for
sale ei'te-eil in the above ?auaeon the
7th dsy ol Deoem'ie', 1-tfW, M- B.55, pate 418,
1 will sell, at public auction, te the highest
bidder, in front ol the Clerk and Master't
office, at the Main street entrance of the
courthouse of Sbelny couoty, Memphis, Ten-
pai nrlHy, mhrtny i Jurnarv. 1S7.
within lega' houra, thi full wing described
properiy, situated In tha ei y of Memphis,
6be by onuntv, leun. t"-wit!
. A lot beginning oa the west s deof Walnut
street, et the no thea t eorr et a parcel of
land convened Januaiy B, 'Wt, by Samuel P.
Walker in trust t. U L. D nniiien and A. S.
MeNeair, for W r.. and Sd Urgi I; thence
running northwa-d with the weit line ot
Wal' ut street '6 fo't: he"ae west ISO feet to
a st ke; ti-en e south 76 leet to tbe line of
said trust proierty aforesaid; thence east
ward IS) fett to th.- beamning.
Terms of bale t'ne hull ea-h) balance la
aix months, rote bearing intereat at 6 per
eent. from dat. with arearty required!
lien retained. This neoember li, 1880.
8 I. cDO fc'Ll., Clrrk andMaaUr.
By B. t Coieman, 1 C. and M.
C. W. Heinkell, ao icltor.
1 Mo. S Mew Ba4y.
HEW IXI.T TKATK1 QTJABTKBXT
ART M A AltS St.
PubUahed by Baiijt, Bim Btotjul Jevrelaai
ONLY50Ct8. A YEAR."llIlelPil
Dotnea.l6Cta. FUiaaspeca-i aotii wUhnorlrat
The OrlarlnMl himI 4nly t.eieiotur.
Sale and always Beiiahle. hewiircot '
li -Imitations. Indii-pensauleto L.4 ItJtS.
A your Urannlti ;nt ' t til. ihtr'B
Fii.l- "and take no ether, or inclose 4a
(stamps) to ns for particulars mi cTTaahy
el. rater i IipiuIc-kI '.,
S.tIS MMlixm Niinsra, Pbtlndn., I"'.
Potd by Prutrl't- evrriwhere. Ask for
"4 tilrhlrr' riclln P--tiyroyl
PlUa.rrkaBooihr. ahfa ITCTI --i-IUH
CURTIS a CO,
817 and 819 J. LOUIS,