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THE MEMPHIS APPEAL: TUESDAY. MABCII 2G. 1889.
PANAMA CANAL TROUBLES.
X Gloomy But f Affairs oa the Isth
mus Unemployed Workman.
' Fakama, March 10. The condition of af
fair on Uie isthmus baa been critical for
some week past, as already reported, and
everything; baa worn a gloomy aspect. Thou
Minis of men were thrown out of work, and
almilur results ensued to those anywhere, in
' the world when work stops and thousands of
men are left with their bands in pockets
which contain no money. Fortunately em
igration on an extensive scale, has ensued,
and it is expected before a mouth will have
ctiipHod at least 0,000 men will have been
Commercial matters all over the Isthmus
are in a bad condition and there is little, bus
iness doing. The Colon storekeepers and
.dealers lmve united ill petitioning for a re
duction of all kinds of taxes owing to the
complete stoppage of trudn in the city. In
the city of I'mutina things are much in the
Mine condition. A meeting has been held
at which I'unanuiinns, foreigner of ilillitr
ent nationalities alike, spoke, and a UccUion
was rcHched thut the supreme government
be petitioned to rediiOJ the eoliiinerciiil con
tribution, which is enormously high a com
pared with the amount of business which is
being done. An Insliuicenf the condition of
nlTiiiis luis been given by Oov. Aycardl, who
has iiMiicd a decree suspending payment of
the debt of the former "rllatu" of l'simma,
and rllecting other economies, (iov. Ayciir
ll states that these measure have leil
uih'pted owing to the suspentiiui of work on
the canal having le lured the receipts of the
government, wliieh will be further dimin
ished owing to the recoipts from taxes simi
larly fulling oft
lu riiisetici.re of the collnpte of the local
freight and paiwengcr trallle on the i'annma
lluilroail, the number of employes has been
considerably reduced. At present only two
aseiiger and two freight tr.iim crocs the
ine dully from cither end. This reduction
in t rattle is, of coins1, due to the stoppage of
Arrsusnol dullness snd languor,
V liti h l not akin to pslii.
Ami resembles an ircrliui only
As lli wist resembles ruin,
Is often the first indication of inclplont dig
easo. In such casus tho fatuous "ounce of
prevention" is tho highest wisdom and
may lie found in its most potent form in
lr. I'iorce Golden Medical Discovery,
which, bv its wonderiul blcod purifying
and Invigorating tonio properties, will
quickly restore tho ebbing vitality, repair
and strengthen the system, ana thus warn
oft threatening sickness. Its saving In
lliionco roaches every organ of the body,
The "IHscovcrv" Is iriiaranteed to cure it
nil cases ol disease fur which it is ruconi-
mended, or money refunded.
voioh of ma PBOPLa
Amlt Ammm Ik Sjiresstar'
ffCw ?:ils-of The Appeal:
Nearly six weeks ngo a fire occurred on
)luin stri ct, corner of Mct'all, still the side
walk on both streets and shout twelve feet
of Ihe streets are occupied by the remains of
the buildings burned. Thisobslruetlon Inter
feres with every merchant and shopkeeper on
the west side Main between Uuyoso and lleale.
Yesterday it waa distressing to witness pe
ilestrlaut to and from their place of Worship
compelled to cross through the fathomless
ruin to the east side of Main street. Is there
no remedy? We who do business on that
street call III d no one w ho hss power to
enforce compliance with the law. Wears
sunYrcrs ttccauan pci.i.lo cunuol walk on the
Weal side of Main. We lly to the rrss for
rclirf. Can you help us? Who owns the
street! I be w bole community or (be owners
of abiillliig properly? Who onus tliceiiln
walks? The writer may be asking too mm li,
for iNvwibly tit properly owners of Memphis
liste certain vested rights, unknown elw
where In I' liclii Kino's iloitilnloiia. I ran
enl asuren it of one f.ut, in no etty Ibroughoul
"tii-n.'lvt.iini'miii Ire bind could surli a sneiv
the Harris lloiuo. i,i .-clv-lour hours tier ti has
a!ter thn Interests ot lu f Hw long, oh how long
is cxtxi tiil homo this WtuW.'c. 1,1 everything
I. I rlll..,...l
jir. nuns riiiiHiiicra it a proi' "r-
1'is.lmaster rowlkca will bo ,""r
scrvs out Ms full term. lt n.
Willi found an ci, client rrmejr. ,, n.,, i
Slckh-s.Ube. Carter's l.ittlc 1 T ,
aii.msi.iiii.i.f 4 i.ifn.;uil uiilciiil ami car
- beavers, I fii'l it my duly to stalo a fact to
the rmlil of both. On Friday rveiilnir my
little girl five year of g, wns nn HiTond
St ml when an espies sioi was moving In
fnmt of street car No. 0 on Ihe Memphis
City Hlreel Car Line. The driver of Car (I
made every eflorl tn gel the cspn-aa driver
to leave the trui k by whl-lliinr Ihe alarm,
etc., but the rtpress cur ilriver pxid no
attention and ran uvcr the liilli girl, bruis
lug her severely.
Wbrii the aecidrul liaplieiiril I Wss ab
sent and the car driver ti have forgotten
his name) hunted me up and oilen-.l every
assistance In his .wcr to enable me In tin, I
the ripress drivrr. Sol onlr Mils, but I 'apt.
Jno. t Ihiwaon, ot the Hrecl t nr Company,
ranie sin and pmlb red asalsiice ami tins
made everv ellort lo aareriain the name of
carries diivrrol the llpres WS;itl who did
I fit-1 II mv duty to say Ibis In lienor of a
rhtsa of our i lltsrus bo an' v' Ibe sbnsed,
fnsiiiriilly, no doubt, without )ns cause,
and who snelv ever gel credit for noble
acls. Itepia-rlfiilli', i le.,
I n. J. i i ts.
Memphis March Z tun.
Sm ft", talrh m-4 I Ifisrllve,
Ttie vnlusl le curative pnp rtb s of All
Mfki Porous I'ls-lers are lue lo ihe employ.
Ineiil of Ihe highest inedn ul and cbemlial
skill. They a iv loirely vega-tubl,., and In In
gpmlirnts and Inetbinl bare l evt r Ism n
t-ipiallrd; sale, ipiii k all I etbs-Mve In their
as lion; lliey do not burn nr blister, bul
HKilbe ami relieve while ciirlmt, and n'l bf
Worn wltlnMit raiisiiig Istlnor liicunveiiieiii'e,
ISl Hot lie ileeelve, by llll-n .r'H'tlliill.ll,
All lber ao-riilleil llimus Plimlers are llnl
lil.,n. madii to m oil Ihe n lunation ol
As f.,r Alleivk s, and let no rtphtnnllun
or In ilullon iiiiluer you to act rot a subtil
tule. A StweesMisfNl Mevlvel.
) lal tU-i-U k to Ttie Ala-al.
Ji -'V, Tetin., Mnn h 2.V The greal 1y
lvsl, which has been goliiK on here for Ih
two wis'k. cundiietil by M.ij. IViitt,
Ibe lls eaiiK list, i l,md . ni-l.t.
(Julie a immlirr of io tmius were cotnriii d
and joined hie 1 linn li.
''W"sr 1 srriss raiaiee
(.ilftln I'M 1 News, limb K
II. I- Msloue baa Just re'.mne. fioin
Citi.nt I'll-, where be ba Uin n.i Ivnuf Hie
roniirolulaih'iisiif In. (1 tend. 011 In. yn at g
link, lie In Id ime iw, mirlh iH In kit No.
17 I'll, whlihdrew Ibe third is.'llid ilei.
, , ,r urawing in I lie i.i.iii-inot, M,,n
Ij.IIi rr I'liipili) on lb l.'lh id lil.ruaiv
and bis share, alter di .lm t,ng i,i j,
sillis ling, was In. I ti 4' ss we -,ir 1,11 l,n
id nnil lMMk of Ibe ( lly .Nslb'ii.il bank, it
Is mil 1 ery young man who pi ks up siuha
sum so i sly as lliia, and br I. i,.rri .-,i,,.
ingly elated. Mr. M.ib n is a young rtMii
ol aUiul twenty or twenty two ), ars, a car
riage painter by trade, an I has neter
IhuiIiI many lb seis in i, lulaiaua Mai
Uitli ry. llmiigli he any be iroiiaie to si 11 k
to II ihiw as i,ug as be I, a a dollar lu spare.
Jle is ,ieasiint, -aiv. g'HMl listiiie.l , 1,,
and I s been enjoying
iiui' If since his and
Urn acress ( Wi sitll.
Am Awrkr1 Hvarsler.
tnm Ilia Sew Tuik Werkly.
Winks How often do you ibsiige yu
lnHinllng house now. Jinks?
Jlnks-I never change It al all.
Winks You don't. IVrfeetly comforta
Jinks No. I'm inlghly tiiicon,l.,iiid,l
mn 1 Teruange.1 oileii rooiicli tit know
never gsln anything by changing.
A lt.o w rom pie Ion Is naiiher atlrai't
lye nor healthfuL Taks Xlau s bu and gel
sine vi it.
WAR IN THE MOUNTAINS.
BLOODT FACTIONAL FIQHTINQ IN
' BOOTH EASTERN KENTUCKY,
Many Man Killed Thus Far-Ths Battle
Begins In a Quarrel Over a Fig
The Ehsrlffs of Three Counties Com
bine. Ixiirisvtu.B, Ky.. March 25. A sneclul
from I'ilioville, Ky., to the . Eitning Timet
Bay: The sequel to tho arrest of Hen. How
dcrs by Jeff King, Alvls Turner and others.
nd the subsequent arrest and conveyance of
Harvey baurncr and John Cadlo to tho Tux
well (Tetin.) jail, and the arrost of John
Cook Turner by 8 jwders's friends on Friday
and Hut unlay, was enacted this morning
twouty-scvuti miles from town, on the Cum
berland flap road. Alvis Turner and Jed
King were going toward tho (Jap and James
llurch was coming to town, and the meeting
was celebrated by Alvis Turner llring at
llurch, a bull striking lhirch's gun. llurch
returned the lire promptly, killing Alvis
Turner, and then King tired on ilurrh, kill
ing hi m. run! heating a hasty retreat up Clear
('reck. The double tragedy was wltnessod
by two men at work In a Held near by. Fol
lowing the numerous arrests of last week,
Just after the public mind was becoming
quiet, considerable excitement has been
aroused, but In view of the loose methods
of the criminal courts during the past year
or two, the Winchester Is believed to be
doing a gooil work. Alvis uriier was the
son of Jack Turner, and, since his rclessn on
bond, has been a trudur. Jus den Hi shuts
oil tho money from thoso who are beforo tho
In Htal f War.
I'imcvii.i.k, Ky., March 2V Thousands of
united men are watching each other in lu ll
and Itnrlcn Conn lies, this Ulate, and Cinl-
homo County, Tetin. This city, Just now
being boomed as tho iron mountain metrov
olls, bus for years been a xirtion of tho dis
trict that has achieved unpleasant notoriety
by reason of tho desperate deeds of tho
Thursday night a posso led by Albert
Turner, a buy of eighteen, ruptured (ten.
Howders and a friend na ued llurch and
lodged them In jail here. Hhcriir J. C.
If argus and a posso guarded the rincvllle
jail that night to prevent tho Turner crowd
from lynching Howders. Another posse has
arrested, after a dcscruto fight, two more of
tho Turner gang. Another posse has slurb d
out toward llarboiirsvlll for further revengo.
It Is feared much bloodshed will result from
this fresh oculng. Tho trouble at lkirbours-
ville Is directly connected with Ihe hostil
ities letween the howilcr and Turner
factions. Tho Meaner slid H liver finnilii-s
sided with tho Howders slid the Huiitlis with
the J timers. A dispute rose over a pig, and
the old soro between thum was iimmed. A
tight ensued and the friend of Ibe two fam
ine llockcil to their asMnlunce. r or several
days early in the week the mountaineers
In tho vicinity of Blinking Creek, twelve
nines mini iiurimursvlllc, tsure srmed to Ihe
b-eth. The IncvliaMo came and a pitched
hnttle was fought in which, it is fa Id, over
AiiO shots were tired and a number of peoplo
were Wounded. A Hherilfs mismi was rnl to
srn-sl the rioters, but it was llrcil uimiii and
driven back lo llurbouriville. It was then
that Judge Cull himself headed a posse and
mudo for the mountains. Another pitched
battle r.'sulteiL but the Judue's luirlr suc
ceeded in arresting live of the diMH'rsdoe,
among them two of the Mcssers and tiallo-
way 1 arnrs, a brother of the Iei.iitv Hlierlll
of the county. The Hberilf 's hism is still
In tho mountains alter others of the outlaws.
ol only are tho psiplu of Ihe city and
count v alarmesl, but I hose of Knox Count v
a wull, and imlxnly venlures out uiiarmvil
and lew tinaivomounlcd l,v a Irleml.
lysl ulghl word wus received by a courier
ll( in a light nur Halt True, H.Uiirdar
iiittlit, (our men were killed and half a doseii
Mouiiihsl, Additional rcinfiiiveiiicnu have
gone out. A (ort la lM-iug rrrcted on blink
ing ( ris k by (ho Turners ami rumors of
killing ure plenty. Ibo hlientls of three
eotinlies am preparing lo make a combined
riimpalcii a;:ulnt the outlaws, who swiar
I bey will lifter be taken, (iov. Taylor, of
Tennessee, a ill Imj asked for a n giiiient of
Hmt Thai lasra.
From His K.niiit!U Journal.
Churles ThisHloru Itussidl was examining a
witness lit a Cambridge rourt one day last
week. The iiuiHiliou was about the sire of
certain bimf prims led by a horse in a sandy
"How Urge were Ihe tirlnUT' askeil Ihe
learmil roim l. "Were they as Urge as my
hand:" (Holding up his hand for tho a li
lies III SIM').
'O. no," said Ihe witness, honestly, "it
was Just sn ordinary ho., I."
Then Mr. Itu-n llhnd In suspend (he ex
amination a bile everybody laugl.e.l.
In London Worsteds and Oalashlol & Dannockburn Ssotch,
In New Colorings and Novel Designs, Just
PI tcod In Stock by
Corner of Front and Madison
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AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 504 FRONT STREET. 1 I t I 1 MEMPHIS. TENN.
JUllllKU ANU IMI OIITKK '
ammcsiitiom, rianiNQ TACRt sj a wo
WANTS A DIVOBCB.
Mrs. Mollis Eocco Mokes Verr Serious
Charges Against Her Husband.
Jfrs, Mo! lie Ilocco, nee Crow, yesterday
filed s bill for divoroe In tho Chancery Court
asking that the marriage tie between her and
defendant bo forever dissolved.
Mrs. Kocco alleges thut alio was married to
defendant January 11, 1H8R, and that during
tho course of her marital life her husband
bus frcohenfly brought o' lewd woman Into
thulr joint homo and caused her to commit
acts of gross immodesty in complainant's
presence. Hhe further charges that defend
ant on the night of March 21 visited a bnwdy
house on Hhort Third street and committed
adultery then and thero w ith a woman to the
From the New York Wisjkljr.
Mr. Pe Style Why, my dear. T'm glad to
seo you so composed. When I left this
morning you wore w eeping and walling and
tenting your hair because Fldo was sick.
Mrs. De Htyle Well, you see, Just after
you left, Mrs. Tipton caino lu and told me
thut doys of Kidu's breed were going out of
fashion. Ho I dried my tears and kicked
ANT) most powerful alterative Is
Ayer's Hnrsaparlila. Young and
old are aliko benulltod by its uso. For
y- the cruptlvo dis
ease peculiar to
el.so Is so e tractive
as this mcdlclnn,
while Its agreea
ble llavor makes
It easy to sdmiu-
"My little boy
bad large scrofu
loiia ulcers on his
Heck and throat
KrrsjC.f.'' from wlilcn lis
"7W aulliirod terribly.
r - H'wo iilivsiclans
attended him, but lie grew continually
worse under their rare, and everybody
cxiected he would die. I hail heurd ot
lb remarkable cures effected by Ayer's
Hursnparllla, and decided to have my
iKiy try It, Hhortly after he began to
take this medicine, the ulcer com.
Ineneed healing, and, after using several
bottle, he waa entirely cured. He is
now as healthy and strong a any hoy
of hi age." William i Dougherty,
'In Msy last, my youngest child,
fourteen months old, began to have sores
gather on Its head ami body. We ap
piled varlom simple reined Irs without
avail. Tlia aora increased In nmnlier
and discharged copiously. A pbyilelaa
waa called, but the sores continued to
multiply until In a few months they
dearly covered thechlld's head and body.
At last ws began the use of Ayer's Hsr
spsrlll. In a few days a marked
change for the better waa manifest. The
anrea assumed a mors healthy condition,
the discharge were gradually dimin
ished, and filially reused altogether.
The child Is llveller.lt skin is Iresber,
and ila appetite Iwtler than we have ob
served lor months." Frank M.UrlAln,
Long 1'olnt, Texas.
"The formula of Aver's Rarsaparllla
presents, for ehronlo disease of almost
every kind, the best remedy known lo
the medical world." U. il. WilsoU,
M. D; Wlggs, Arkansas.
Dr. J. C. Aver it Co., Lowsll, Mass.
IVImII; slsbottlM,. Won i a bottles,
Sick Headache! rj
IT CSI50 TUB OEHCTIB
PniCC, 25 CENTS.
Iir. '"..riTl'i IScnil ns the otiUlds
wrapper from a box of the genuine l'n.
C Mi I.AM.'S t ri XHSATri) Livxa
P11.IJL wilh vrme addreaa. idainlv writ
ten, snd we will seisd you, b? return
tn4 Ulcographio Cards. KsSSSSUI
Streets, Memphis, Tennessee.
JOHN' Mi-tlll ATM.
aroRTsstrwa srm.irw. aOKKT vTiwciirs.
A Kl SttOTOI'Na.
1 10. in wis street, iccrms
These twin diseases cause untold suffering.
Doctors admit that tucy are dliocult to cure-
to do their pauoDts. rainei
Celery Compound has per
manently cured the worst
cases of rheumatism and
' f." neuralgia u su vuuoe aim
! bare used It.
'rnvlnB been troubled
' wllbrhi'UinallBUiftt theknoo
and foot tor Ave yu I wug
almost unuble Ui iful around,
and wsh very often cundued
(o niy lied lor weeks at a
time. I used only one bot
Ue of Pulnu's Celery Coin
Dound. and was perfuctly
cured. I can now Jump
around, and feel as lively as
a buy." fKiNK oakiiu.
8L00. SliforVs.Of). Drugirlsta.
Kummolh testimonial paper tree.
Wnxa, liicBAKosoM Co.,Props.,BurllnKton,Vt
DIAMOND DYES ZfZM!Z
ST4 fX- f
w 1 11
FRANK W TAYLOR d CO.
(LATE OF C. W. G0YEII & CO.)
Wholesale Provision Dealers
Ofiloa and Warehouse, 103 Sb 107 Tennessee SU Telephone 230.
MEMPHIS, TENN., March 9, m.
Webejr to annnunco to our fr'on Is that, having Just completed a ve y large and ctm
modioiis wiirehoiisn, on the lines of the Kon-ai City. Bnrlntiul I it Mi-mnlils and the Mis
sissippi Vftlloy lliillroads, and having direct
tering in tlio city, tbrcuy overoomlng tlm h'avy expense, of drayage on car-load lots, our
fucilitios are tinsitrpitssed for the rapid dispatch of business.
Our warehouse, which is built of atone and brick, Is porfect In every dotnll, having all
modern Improvements, and Is, perhaps, the bist Constructed building in the South for tho
handling of Provlsioiii.
The fact that Moats and Lard should be st red only In owl cellar during the summer
nionihs, in the conntrui tion of our htiilding we have given this speclul sttent on.
Tliunklrg our friends for a very lilierul pitronnge In the past, and earnestly soliclt'ng
a rniitintiaiii-e of (lie simin, wo assure tliem that all order and Inquiries will receive
prompt attention. Very respectfully, -
FRA.NK W. TA.YXX3II CO.
N. 11 We are also prepared to Oil orders fur article not In our line at very lowe.it
possihle figures. '
LAMPS AND LAMP GOODS.
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Floyd & Co.
HAVE THE LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE STOCK Or
CHINA. OLA83 AND QUEENSWARE EVER
BROUGHT TO MEMPHIS.
!' avrtEND FOR WHOLESALE PRICE LIST."
LBB BROS. & CO.
':V.;eif I., i
TENTS, AWNINGS AND TARPAULINS
white ron nucKs.
o.291 FRONT STREET MEMPHIS. TENN
LJ J J .
Tonic for Invalids,
MALONE, CHAPMAN & ELDER
HATS, CAPS AND STRAW GOODS
, LADIES TRIMMED HATS,
333 MAIN STREET, ...... MEMPITI3. TB N
Otto Schwill & Co.
GRASS AND GARDEN SEEDS
Onion Bets, Seed Outs, Bead Potatoes, Tonootujo Osrraan fcllllot.
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80S FRONT STREET MEMPHIS. TENN.
S1SPAR VALUE CIGARS
THE BEST ON THE OLOBHI FOR 8 OSNTa
1R. Xj- MOSELIUlrr &c CO. SOLE ACERTS
333 Main Streot. - - . Memphis. Tonn.
Variety Afrricultural "Worlw,
and 4l Sk.lb. Bn4 i( lo nialo, su, MaaaphJa, Tsaa.
w n M AXl'FACTt'RK
Warehouae and Cotton Trucks. Hons. Brtdgs and Btoamboat Iron
VA)rit, to. Eiitflasa and ZKachinary RopalrtA
ai1a( Iars1 Umhmuj, r. ar. rr.f.ar.4 lo d. Vrk rr.aa.ll . siw.rt Kslal
IsMutMam WituA Wurk.
WM. a. KTjIMH .V. SOW.
Palne'a ctpierr mnimnH .- .
S ,1?.0u.nU'rl heart, doctor alter
dor.tor falling to cure me. I have now token
nearly four Louies ot the Compound, and am
tree from the complaint. I fuel very grutetui
to you." Obis. It Uwis, Control Village, CU
"I hnye been greatly atnicted with acuta
rbeunmt turn, and could Dud no relief nntll I
used Faille's Oelory Compound, after luting
ax bottles of this medicine I am now cured of
ttaaWBL JlOTcniHsos, 8a Cornish. N. B.
Effects Lasting Cures.
Palne's Celery Compound baa performed many
other cures as marvelous ss these, coplea of
letters eent to any address. Pleasant to Utke,
does not disturb, but aids digestion, and entire.
ly vegetable; a child can take It. Wbat'a ths
use of suffering longer with rheumatism or
ronuectlon als.i with all other railma Is cen
OILS, RAILWAY AND MILL
fslher and Oum Beltlnc Msnills, Flsil,
isrrel and Wire It ope, Tsckla Klnrka, ltutc
ber Hose and Packing. Oa Pip, Ht.-am HU
ting, lips Tontrs, l.ubrlciitorv Inspirators,
Hleam Hauge. Water laurel, C"ttnn Walt.
Pit h, II n Tsr, Rosin, Cool Tar, Roofing
Pspr. Itoiflng r.iinis. Tarnd l'ser, Mill
Lamps, Paints, Varnialie. Brushes, an J
everything that a Mill use.
y" )rrliT i
Malt BcvsratjS and
Fine CANDIES fresh dally. Nov.
eltlos In Don Dons, Chocolates. Ex
tra Fine Caramola, Buttercups, Etc.
Fancy Baskets to order Suitable for
presonta. FLOYD MOONEY.
FOR WEDDING RINGS.
LOTTERY OP THE PDBLIC CHABITIJ
ESTAULItfllKD IN X877
Opsr&ted Cn4r s Twsnty Tn' Oontrad ij tt Max-
KU iBtonwuoasi uapruTiuiwi vjmyauj-
Orsnd Mnntbly Drawlun bMd in Jh Mn
J'avllloii lu iu Aianieua i ,.-..- '"zr; -i
and Diibllulv couducied br Oovenimcnt Ortti'lsls
Ippolntisl f,.r the purpose l,y tb becreuries o
Itia luterior and the X rrasiirjr.
DUAWI.NU APB1I. 1, IMS.
CAPITAL PRIZE, - - $30,000
PRICE OK TICKETS. 4Mami;Aui suoi.i,
Wh.li, SS-Halves, SI - uartrs, 000.
Club Kates: Ti'i TK'Seu lor sju, w. o. vuuwyt.
1 CAPITAL rui.K OK lu'i.oi'lO Is ..,0f
1 CAMTAL I'KIZB OK 10.000 I. 10,000
1 CAPITAL Vn.UK OK
1 OH AND PK1ZK OK
,...100 am ....
.... i are
li I'KIXKS OK
B PKIZI--S OK.....
10 PHIZI'S OK
Ih VM.V.H OK
) PK1KS OK
D7J Plll.HX OK
;V PHUU) OF...,
60 Prima of M appruilmstluK lo l,000
Prt - -
40 Print ol M approxliusllug to H0.000
to Prlios ot'tM ripruslmatlof (o li.O'JO
799 TiTmlna"sl"7bV,3w:litii"bir I-'I0,000
11,209 Prltos smountlnu to . IS9.2H0
All Prloi sold Id the I nllcd Hlatos lull paid lu
U. B. Currvncy.
By teirns ol mntrsot Hie rnmisiny must depos'
lliesuiu ot allprln-s Included III ttie siilieina btlnr
si'llin a bIiisI UukcL aud roidvo lb follow lug
4fl)'lnl prrmlt t ......
CKKT1K1CATK. I bcreiiV eoriiiy nisi me win
don llank ol Mrxlro sud boulli Ainerli'S linsoo
spwlal di'isnlt Hie necessary (units to gusranlee th
nsynientol sit )rlzcs drarn by tba Lowrla d la
K. KOIiKlOfKr, RIVERA, Interventor.
Further, the Company la required lodltrlbute
fllty-sis pi-r rent, of Ihe value ol sit the tk'keu la
prlim-s Inmar proportion tbsn I glvea by any
.tlll.P I Alt....'
Finally, tlm number of tickets Is llmltod to 80.000
VD.OOO leas than a re sold by other l-oturlos using
the same scheme. ...
Kor lull particulars srilr, v, ims.ain, Apnr
arlo TJ0, Clly ol Mexico, Meilcn, or K. Ilak.ow,
&) w. jeuerson siraei, uuiiine, j.
no ausniiorcuss tt
40 Union Street, Memphis, Tena
Bath Tubs, Pumps,
Washstan Is, Hydrants,
Water Cloicts, Hose;
ELEOANOB AND EFFIOIZNOY
154 Second St., Memphis,
Ko. SW, R-ln Ih Chancery Cnnrt of Shethy
Coualy.-W. A. FiOru, (oahlUn, vs. Hal 11 aires
hj virtue of an Intnlneutnry derre lot sale, n
lerail lu the aUiir iua on lie 4lhdays( Marrlh
is, M. H , na(ei i I will sell al public ue
Uoo, ! Hi hlihaat bidder In In.ol of ihe (Ink
ao4 Maal-rsorSin, al Ihe Mala ilM en I ran' !
Ihe csMirinuua tat Sues by auuuty, Hraiplila, l u-
alarday, ih Day April, laaa,
rtlhla legsl hours, th (ollowlni dcrilad prop
rtf. sltuaied la Shelby oounly, leuai lusilL
rv tlauliig st lu IntrtM lioo o( Lenlrsl sreaue
wllk IM aetilk (1.1 nl ihe Wcioi.hll A ( bln.l.,n
Kallroad: runnlii, tbeoisi .a.rlly olin aauib
lliaol aa 4 rallruad Iwelr l.') chains and Uilny.
Sv .i llululo a stake: Uieuiia aiiiithttarillv atlh
Uieeaet llbenl Q illll.lirll Uti louiieeu (14) rhallat
ana niaeiv ne ) links lo lue oimh alileet I art'
enu tbence raslwanlly on ssid nnribllna.
larvy avenue lrl (l.'i chains snd fortr-on III)
links lo Italaiersertlnu a-llbl entral aveniw: thews)
boribaaMiy sll the Beat llueol I eniral arauu
f lieen it..) chains to the ala.si ol beaiualns. eon-
Ulnlii ISM I S) m. mure or lisa, end brlns
kiH.a as lots sis (ft) aud svreu(T) ol Ui ft liluaor
mm i tern in.
Alaotho Aitlewlni lot or parcel of land heslif
nlw al a iwiulea Ilia l ai.le ol Mariwhl
enue elshl s) rhalna aoulb ol ll tanuUi line cat Hi
Memenis a i narie-um Kaliroail. Iheure eeaiwardi
parallrl with Mid Memphis I barlraton rallnaiS
iwelv tU) chains and fllly Rve (Vl) links lo
alske: llienc anulhoardly flliecn II. . chains and
!liU-co IIS) links to a atakr, Ibenc eaaloardiy
parallel allh theaald line ol asld rallnwd Iwcl.e
(lii chains and II lit St (V.) links In )ilul oa II
araal aldeiat Warbeld efroua, and thews horlti-
anlly alous lh aald we.l Hue nl WarArld avenii
flll.-ee dm oliaiu and Iwcnir ehl Ifii links lo
Ihe place ( bcinnlu(. brlii a hat ana anoanas
kilsaialeeo (li.l and eevenleea 07) la IhatShll
a.iira illlil..ia. and conuinliuj alueieea (is)
ai'n-e, miif or leaa.
I. rin.ol aalra-i me third CO cash, hatanre no a
m-dlt nl one 'id las yesrs, note liearlug luterrsl
Hh acf iirlty rcniiired Urn reuined.
Ibis (lb dsv nl Man h IS-S
fc It M IKMlV, Hera snd Vaster.
Oantt A Pallrrmn. W. W. M. lioe.U, Mnllcitom
Anglo Teutonla Building .nd Loan
THIRD SERIES NOW READY.
"Th.aat IV-.lrl.ial Kh.rrs rti-aae (all al Vx
rhsnl.a' Harlun Ikink. This Iomiimiiv liainsiia
H, sii K.iale ami I'sn I rolui.l (osb lu Ail U il.liis
lo llbdrsw eharro,
Sol Coleman, hes't - K. II. Tsllry, Vic Prea t
L kal.enlt,rr, lUs-'y.
I. Vrndls. K. L. tiul.lUum. Was. Kalretitnrcr
I. H. TUotnaa. Jno. c lUwera. Tbeo. krckeL
Tear Owsi lyeU(, at Ilesese.
Th y lll draevrythln. 1 ly araankl rrr.
srkara. I' rice IlM. apaka,. They has aal
. Str.net a, Hrlthtaeaa, aotesiat la 1'erkMrM
er fnt farfa.aanl t'olnr, or non-U llu 0"alili-sw
Tlierdna4erDaktaeiM Suealots. TetMle by
1 1 MU M A Ml , Vyhnlraale lriiilsta
ixiWUVAtl . hViall lri..ls a ks, w; Main t
FINE WATCH REPAIRING
Ko. e,0(i9 R. la the Chsncery Conrt of Phclh
ooiiuty. biai oi leuuuawe vs. aiary a. iierro
Br virtue of an Interlocutory d cores tor sale. ei
torvdiiitlieahovecsiiso ou Uie 1st duy ol February,
lKMi, M. a fill, ikc 17ft, I will sell, at puhllc auo
tlon to tho hfirlitul bidder, in (rout ol the Clerk
and Msnler's oillce, at the Mittn street eutniiico ol
the eourt-houao ol ouulby vouuty, Memphis, Xeur
ftntnrdny, 13th day of April, 1889,
within legsl hours, th following doscrllied prop
erty, situated lu Memphis, Shelby county, Teuu.,
Lot fronting 120 feet on the South side of Adnitu
stiwt, by adejith ol 312 feet, lying eastnl and ml
Joining the old MeComb plnre. w hich la on tin
southeast corner ot Adams uud Orleans streetn. sold
ss the nroiwrly of Msry K Herron. Kute W. Oliver,
J. K. Oliver, Kllra U White, r. M. While, bottlt
Whllo, John U Uwli, E1U Mdnlyro aud lVtvr Me
lntyre. Lot IHT. beginning st th southeast corner of Ti
tus iV Nelson s lot on the west side of Uuln slroel
about Hi'i livt south of Kxcliange street: thence
sniiin wiin Mum street -a cit i.'.-t; tnenco west 74'
t't; thciice mirlh XI 7-12 feet tlience eiist 71!, fis-l
i the Ix'gliiulng-. sold as Mia properly ol J. F.
'art lot 274, fronting 70 feet on the west side nl
Rccnnd street bv lth' feet on tho south side oi lis
riiiuiKe ilrcvt huSk to an atlev: sold as Ihe property
oi unucn ksiuo, eauie woouwaruanu wui. noou
ward. One and thrce-fottrtbs (nil acres on tho soutb
side of Adams streot, adjoining l lnylinxik s, ami
ui'liig the same hind lulled lo W. VtiKHlwsrd In Wii,
IhtiIuimI ls;tand to II. T. Ilullliliiy ill lj; sold as
ttie tiroiM'rty ol Wm. M. Farrlliiitoll. W. J. builtlt
and W. WumlivariL
I'nrt ol lot Jl I. beg nn na at the southwest corner
of said lot VJ1 on the vast side of MhIii jrtrcet;
thence cnt W degrees ' south Willi the sotilli
hoiiudsry lino m said lot 211, 72 feel to sn
alley 4W. feel wide; theneo unrth V degrees )" oaat
pitrullcrwlth Mala struct 27 vet I S luehoa; tbeuctt
wi'stUdigrissiiH uortli 72 feet to cost side of Main
street; llienou south II degrees Ht west with said
side of Mslu street 27 feet 1' Inches to the beg lu
ll I in; sold ss the uroiwrty of hilward Wnlsll.
Lou 7 sud s In block 4i.'J. beglinilng st the south
eoslcoruerol .lauua) Hewell'a yard leine where It
timi'hisi Market street; Ihems) north Willi said
fence IK) feel to bnyou; tln nce with llio meander
of the iMioiitoa Miint wliere a line drawn par
allnl to and bu leut Irotn snld fi-nus, east ward I y,
toiichos saiil bayou; Uiem-e tonlh to Market slawaLaw
(SI feet eiisiwardly from Ihe tsidnuliig point; tlienisi
weal with Ihe north Una of Market street to the bs
ginnlng; sold is lite property of Johu Wslsb.
UK Nx lu In block 4i.'j, bcxlniilngsl Hie south
east coriRT ot aald block; Ibvtiis) easlntlh north
line ol Market street atiout luo feel, mure or Iism, to
a point where liayuii (iuyiaw ititenas'ta Market
street; tbence north with bayou to where a Una
drawn parallel with Janus, be wells lln fenos anil
U) l.l kuutwardly therefrom touches same; llicui'O
south. sirallcl with sud b0 feet esstwsnlly Irom
said Hewell's li nce, lo the north eld ol Msrket
street; thems. to the be)il un lug; sold as lb prop
erty ol Msry Wslsh.
A lot beginning at a stake on th north side of
Adams street at tl.e so.ubcaat corner of s lot owned
by Win. I'srk In l.Vl; thence east with Adams
slnl lt) ds'l. to the anulhweet ounier of lot D, as
laid off snd subdivided by decree, of said lot con
voyed lo Cheek A Overton, in the case nf I. II.
Gordon va Elijah Check et al.. Chancery Court:
thence uorth with the woal Hue ol sstd subdivided
lul Mo the center ol an alley, running lietween
Adams ami Wasl.tngton stni'ia; theuc wost paral
lel with Adsiusstnvl 1111, leel; tbouce soitthwanl
to the licgluiiliig: sold ss Ibe property ol Uid Mer
ehsnts' Cidina I'nswsnd hiorage i onisny.
Lot 14, beginning on th uorthweat comer ol
Rchw ker's lot lu llnptsirt stnwu thence rjorth 42
hsat; llienisj east l.'si feet: thenc aoulb 42 leel;
llirnce west I s) loci to the iNvlunlluj; sold as tho
properly ol Marvsrvl Campta-ll.
1 wo and thnsM'tghllis arm, being th
north hall ol lot A, ou lii aveoue running from
the Mat line riavl to Ihe lair grounds and a part
of th lands partitioned by J. I'. Mel.ni.re, th
whole ol said lots conlaliiliig 4 I.HJ-IU.UUJ acres;
sold as the pmia-riy of J. J. M.rl omb.
Part of ibe I Iocs tract, beginning at the snuth
west corm-r ot naidran and lllesa streita: Ibeniv
weal with Ihe south lineol II Irks street 172 leel to
a corner ol Fos s line; Ihema south with Fox's
Hue Ui feel: th-n.e eaalwanlly aud rnliel w ith
the Srsl line I7J feel to vi a Id ran si reel; tlienca
uorth with Ibe west line of Vtsldrsn atreet 'M In-t
to lbs beginning: sold as th property lit Ih
unknown b. lrsi.f Mm. Ilooih.
Part of lol Vol hhauks's s.ihiltvUinn, lying west
of and adjoining Kiaw s sulsllvl.li.n. fn.nliug h'
frt-t on I Dion avenue, by depth of 1 4 lerl; Mil. I
as th property ol W.J. buiitli, Joseph I hi aud
Mary A. I 111.
Weal half of lid 17, Shanks' subdivision, fronting
Wlxlss leet soulhnarlly on M. I hartca atns-l;
sold aa Hie pn.-ny of Mrs. M. L. Conway, O. W.
aartaransaug J ami's Hlmson.
len ai'nsi lying about tuns) mite east nf Mem
phis, hounded mi the north by the licrmantown
nsid. on the ca-t by lttl. aveniuv on the eolith by
a I.Vacre lirt, sold by Austin In Hllekney, and on
theweat by a kd om belonging lo . B. W aid
ran; eold as the roH'riy id tsarali Ijiml.
Ia 17, beginning imlheaouih aide of Rass ave
nue, 4.S) n-vt et id huiiUn street, snd Imnllug
4" Is.', feet; sold as the property ol Charles .Nal
and Louis Itum.
Lota isand lln( Fhsnks's sulidlvlslnn. Nn. ftt
fronting wslis fret and No. II (muling 7 .slts'j
lis-t on the south ante ol et I hsrlna slns-l, lau k to
an alley II Sleet wide; sold aa Ih properly ol F.u
A lol nl laud, beginning nn tho Went side nf a
ronlemplstisl tin l"l avenue at the northeast
coim'r of a I7'4 acre trait; tltruce ami III with th
w.ai shle of said avenue, & east, l hrt; thrtioa
si right suglce with aald avenue west .Ys leet, loth
boundary line between said 17', acres and Ih
like plwn Iheiiiw north with aald line lo Ihe
r-ni.lh place; llien"e ea.l with Iheaoulh line ol if.u
Htnllh ila lo the la-glnnlnir: ladng Ihe aslne lau'l
nmvcyi'.lm la-laiiiiey by Head !e end wlte. F.vellns
lieailie. eni.talnli.g 7 acres: m.I.I as Ihe profriy ol
V. W. Itoystcr, Helen M. It.iv.ier. Kurriie Sullivan,
l.elr ol J. I . Milllvi.ii, disias, Mrs Faille Mo
iKinald and ber b.ulsind, MelN.nald.
A kd bnnniilns at the Inlerwllon id Prlnklcy
avenue and llleks sim t: thence east with Hick
sirw-t. or avenue, ru tx thence south 2 leel;
thence west & I.sl. Il.enc north a si leet; Ihein'
wntl7i(n-l lo Hrli.klcy avenue; thi-n.-e north 4
tvl to th beginning; sold as Hi piupt-rty ol 1. O.
(sniih bsll nl lot 1, fronting fi ky 2WI lect nn
the east side of Ininlap slrwi, snliles the pnis-rty
tut A. F. K kultte, Flora Hn),, only brlrol F. &
Si-halcr. dciswseil. and iieonr Muhii.
A lot b.nini.l.i I s) feet from lli.ppert street nn
an alley at Mathias lluppt rt a lol; tlirm east arid
I strait"! with said alley on Ihe north side lo Sophia
a rnu I .vi (cel. theme north with aald latyou to the
Intersection ol Oeonre whiles, alai.ii u feci;
Ihencsi weal and (sirallel with M bile s Int I N '4
li-et; thence miiih M leet to Ih begiuulng-, sold a
Um piotmy id Iheicea IVrrv.
A bd Winning ou lb smith side of Ih slley at
Thiobffw Msjor a lol. Il.etiiw aoulb 2is lerl lo Ih
bayou, them's north wilb Ihe havou loan alley.
Ibence w.l I SI InH M lb beginning; told as 111
prowrly ol Their Ivrry.
Ui-t hall ol s lid Is-sli.nlng no th west lln nf
th Hills lot on old Medlim .tlret at th eenu-rnf
Ihe brlrk wall now on aald lot. tbcni'e allh said
street slponl 21 Ircl, ihcnc south .11 dcgmsi east
SI S I' "CI lo new Madlaon atrvet, thence eaetwlltl
hew Madison street 34 tret to J. II. Hill, a line,
llirnrw wllh Ml. I Una .ln. 11,1, ra,,,!... ,f ul.l I..I, k
wall ss int to the brglnniiui; auid as th pro pony
nf Augostine y.snont.
IH Iw. In.nil'.g ntrVI (et nn the east aid nl
Main eircet, Kirs! V.rd sold a tb proa-rty ol
I lilllp land and Jobs Malomrhiicv.
Icrm of Hale in a enilliol al months nnti
la-arin luterot with s-i urlly ivilirvO, Ilea rw
iaii.r.i, r.i'ini..on inrmi
Ihis JJddsjr nl Man h. ss.
F. li M. HKSKY.tlcrk and Msvtev.
F. II. A P- W. Ilel.kell, aollcltois
. Ko ,r;t-rhsncry ronrt n Shell y rounty-s
H liurt et J. vs. J. A. la Forge t al.
lie virtu ol on Interlocutory derree (or sale. re
le.ed lithe ihors isiiiw a tl.e Hi eUyol lleceni.
tier, isss, M. II OV r. Hi, I will awl I at public auo
thin to the highest l.ldder. In Ironl oi Ibe Clerk and
Master's tifflie i.sl Ih Mala strwl entrain ol Ilia
Conrthous of ebrihy county, Mempbis. Isuutoy
a, oa -i
Mlnnlay, April te), last,
llliln legsl houra. the loUoeMn deerlad t.mn.
erty. situa-! I Mcissliui. hbciby luuijiy, lean..
Lit', or bis wile, i,e hundred and I. ,M. ,., ..!'
one ball llissi le,-! in an aliev.
AlkO. a like UOdlVldail IWA ihtHl. tf I.
ths l.d eeit esst ol ihe lot eimv d.ariitwd, having
b-a Inml on Adsma siieas i f thirty iret, snd run
a,,, a -. .uu. oni niineresi and lorty-wghl sud
ou- s.ll (I.SS) lectio snsllar.
Terms ol aa.e-On a erolltof seven (7) months,
pole wiik security required, lien n lamed, nslemo-l
lion barred. r
I bis Wib dsy of Vsrrh is,
tv- at Vr''V.rierg.ndM,.tef
fcU."olKii?a P Un,"n u1 W' (,iit-
MILLIONS OP FROIT TREES, VISES, Etc.
For Nmeml-r d.llrery. s. We want good man
in every aartlon in sell only on l oi.iniie.liin Terma
. . 7 1 o an appiuwuta lualosa
glrebomt. Urge eowmUaloB glivo. Addn-aa
. C I. IMIll FY A tlKti Mi n.stBTMF.
ORrrssrsriHo. v. a
J. N. MULFORD, JEWELER,
in L'iia Street, lunptils, Teai
four hundml andsevsnty seven (4771. limning fide
t i Iccl pu ins tou Ik side . I Adams slreei, lu Hem,
phla. and running ba' k smith betwtvn ths Ms and
lirenilsreol the lata lawk, Aa,u mA i. ili