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THE MEMPIIIS APPEAL: TUESDAY. MARCH 2G, 1889.
Waahinotok, Msrch 25, i9.
ror Alanama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Keatrrn
Toxm and Arkansas: Fair, stationary tempera
ture, followed la Arkansas by slightly cooler,
Jfor Kentucky and Tennessee: Fair, slightly
tooler, followed In Tennessee by stationary leuv
Irature, variable wluds.
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Mn.ruis, Temm., March Jo, lsn9. f
7T.th Mor. Time. Bar. Tern. Hum.
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Haxmlmuin temperature, 87; minimum trmjr
ature. 48"; river, R p. tn., 17.8 feel; change during
past tweuty-lour hours, l.Ct rainfall Inr past twenty
lutir hours, .06,
7772 MEMPHIS APPEAL
TEKMS OF 81'BHCRimON.
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fell months a Ou One luuiiih.... 1 UO
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OIR NKW YORK Officii
Ts'lcrn off!. of T1IK AITF.AL, No. 12 Tribune
Ihilldltig, New York. J. K. Van iHuva, Hx'lal
TJocelidi rrstrnlny were 2,o7!) balr. nptiiii'-t
8:7 Imlea auino iliiy Inst year. Halce were
2.KIU tailcs, of wlilch l.'Ati bales were taken
hy exporters and ,Vi0 by siiluncrs. The local
market la iiict ami firm, with a demand fur
IjIk'i Rrnilra, middling ami up nt an advance
on quotation. H.-cclita to dura an now
(ivi.TTJ tmlcs sill ship nts r,,('H hales,
The stock on luiiid has been reduced lo (IV
(HO bales Hi;iilnt irJ.TTO hulca anion iliiy ln.nl
yeur. FmiIs closed very linn al New Orleans
and futures ilc lined 3 lo 4 h.IiiIs, closing
steady. I.ivcrNil Is slcu.lv, wild fill hits
advanced t fMiiiila. The New York market
rinsed firm ami fultirra barely steady at a
decline of 1 lo 3 kiIiiIs. 1'urt roi Ipls yes
fenhiy were IO.iim hales, a irnin of o.llli hnlca
in I he rcocils for the siiine day Inst year.
TOBBDAT. till MA UC II 90, 1809
THE MUTCH Hlt.U
The !ortili electoral bill an. I tint Myers
nt.'isiMliou bill will corao up lit tlio Scn
ate tomorrow for fiilldiarnmioii an I a final
role. N-) measure that this lajji-l.itiiro
lias bail Co consMcr hvo been so ruiWiiIly
ileult willi by Iho rn nn.l peoplo of
Xm Ktato, and no other have, lial
itch wMo publicity. They have Wn
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M.unt.u liwil I'fCIf nfllll 1.1 S.OfV Pll'l HIV
general verdict h is Ihmmi one uvrry wny
fayornhlo. laiiiiwin ho Mven bill A
one Hint Icn.liiij; men of both parti. nro
i,'reed uhiii, wo shall njulu invito oxK-i'iiil
llontiun to the fait Hint tha iHirtcli bill
1ruvtli? everj-poMihlesifeiiur.l (I) or Iho
evcriTy of U10b4ll.1t aii.l Iho cuiif tit
liiJcien.loiice of tho voter; (2) for free
ballot; (3) (or fair count, abutting out na
ittlm-atha bullol-lioi sludcr an. I there,
jx-atcr. It liisiiiii the KlnUi anliw.t any
Hjwibla iiianlpuhillott of tha voters or
voteaof Iho Nuio, It make the rohiiilsin
of vol era, nr tho ayalem prih'J by
Iicley, of Iiiiliunit, of Voting It inlera In
blocks of five, iinpoMib!i. ll is a law tlnit
(cures tho voter ilehlwratlon an. I pr.ni.l
ing for tho printing of all the licki Is by ll.o
Hale prvveiila anything like fortrery or
rhiraiio of any kin. I. Tho IWh S bill ele
vates) tha function of Iho voter I Iho ili
Siit jr coiiloiii.lnt-. in Iho r4.ihlihiiicnl of
tho Kcpiitdir, an. I cinnol fail lo m.iko our
elections not only fair un.l h, but rmi
fienlly ftKfxvUihlo. y u t10 tiajo of
Uio "hcvler," the "bummer" ami the
''striker" will be ahnlinhril an. I the imle
an. I coiilusioa at the illa, which nmkea
voting Itkaomo to lliousan.ts, will no longer
l Niiblu. Tho juMa.fO of tho IVirtch
bill will mark an era In tho hialory of tho
Halo anJ w ill put it iu hno a illi tho 1 em
erratic HUto of Ill liaua an I tho Kepiih
limn Slate of Milvutchusott, both of which
Lave pnswvl aimilar an. I ppinlly strict ami
trlniflit tneasurca, bsnej like it lip-)n Ihn
A11 oniuxo t'l tho ineuMiro of h.iu.o rule
for Ireland proHsw. by Mr. ('humbcriuiu,
sH-aking for the Tory-I.iU'inl-l'niotiist
(iorerniTM iit, Iho Ashburno laiid-iiiirchaso
act would bv extended aa In 111 ike pro
prietor of tho t.-mnis, and Willi this
Would go a limited uieisiire of local yoy
crniucut by which Iho ancient Kliidoma,
now pnivlncoa, of Udnsti r, l ls'er, Mnns.
tor and ('oiinaiitht would each have Pur
liamenla wIkwo rclatioiis to the t'uiieil
Klngilom would boar a tvnioln likeness to
that which our Suie bear to the I'liluD. Tho
rontiol of the ixilieo and judiciary would
remain In imperial hands, and the acta of
tho local Ix-gialuturvt would be subject to
the veto of tho IinjM'iial Government.
Of rourM tho army would remain under
tho control of the Queen, as nations with
which KnUnd was at win inlx'it seine
liioa sn undcfnndevl Ireland as a ! for
attacks upon England and tVotlaud
Vhilo wholly nnlika the Gladstone
lueasurs of homo rule, this Is ncvcrthclcM
valujhle aa a ron'.ndun that justice do
rnnnds that tha Irish peoplo should enjoy
l Islallvo freedom of soma sort and do
gree. It u a Rront concession, and proves
the powort( unylolJlng acitaUoo on a
just basis to break down In time the high
est barriers of opposition.
rilELAS'S SCHOOL HISTORY.
Judjre John M. Len, of Nashville, lias
written to Congrmman 1'hclun concern
ing the opposition to the adoj,ion by the
Legislature of the lnttor's school history
of the Slato, which was so severely crili.
cisod by fht KathviUe Review. He says:
I hare Just read your loiter the editor of 77 Xr
rfew. There Is, so tar as I have obaurved, no ma
terial error In tho blslory, even In maticrs ul no
prime Importance. I am at a low lo couculre why
then should bsve boen any objection to Its adop
tion as a text book. Horaelmd cle must be en
d In prcimrlnit a history, but 1 am sure tbsl In
the end yours will be selected. If your bonk bail
truuted fully all the subjects referred to In Tin It
rttif, tho work would harcexiiandod Intosnrcnil
volumes and have been worthless as a school Unix.
It 1 annoying- lo me to lie Ihwsrio.l In a aj.iod work,
which I hare had at heart for years piut, when I
thought everything bad been aceomplliihrd.
The venerable jmlxe in this extract
begs the whole question when lie suggests
that opjiositlon to Mr. I'holan's book
grows out of tho fact that somo other per
son is writing a school history. Ho ad
mits by this that tho bill offered by Mr.
Odium is In the oaturd of special legisla
tion for Mr. Photon's benefit. Why should
not any other person writo a school his
tory of Tennessee and offer It to tho pub'
lie In competition? There is neither law
nor ciutlom to prevent 1L On the contrary,
cuatom iinnctions it, for we have many hi
toriea of tho United (State and of othor
countries. Tho hill providing for a uni
form aeries of text-books which, hnppily
for the children of the Ktiite, was rejected
In tho tannto the other day and was
tabled In tho House, was bated upon tho
principlo of C3inotition and the right of
selection. Tna Ari'S.w. is In favor of fn-o
trade in books as in everything vlso and
In the freest romjietition, ami whether
then Iks one or 0110 dotcn school histories
of Tennessee, it is opposed to tho Stnto
going Into the book buniuess forno book
or a series, and is opxwed lo tho fx-gisla-
turo foreiug any book upon tho chil
dren of the Huto. And tho Iegialulure,
wo aro glad to see, la of tho sauto mind, for
in 0110 bouse, as wo havo anld, tho uniform
text-book bill was tabled and in tho other
rejected. As to text-books of every kind,
Including histories, the atiH'riiilendenls,
directors, teachers and parent say to the
Legislature, "let well enough alone."
and tho LpiriMhitiirc, let lis hoe, is going
to let it alono. The children of tho Ntato
have only eighty days of schooling durinit
tho w hole year, and they can't alford to
biko up any additional studies and mutt
still give a preference to the "three It's."
These larupy all tho tinm they have.
(; 7.VU.Vr iO CHARACTER.
"(.), wad somo Miwor tho jjidio yio us,
tn see otiraels as ilhen Si'O ns," was the
exclamation of Kcolland's poet. I'tit this
Kiwer baa never been Vouchsafed any
0110 not even to Iho man w ho aupposea
he knows himself. A nun is tho same ul
a.iys to liiuiself, but he does not aiK'iir
llic snnio to all other men. A hundred
photographs will reveal a hundred dif
ferent phases of pljysi. al rharacteristics In
a man, ihoiik'h all will preaervo one sal-
lent fealureof Identity, Not so tho mental
and moral character. They aro built up
slowly and by degrees, and are oioro and
inoM appro clntcd when they are i-onitent,
when they are strong In their ronaUtcncy.
Ibin-e, dellnilely strong rhnracters are
aU'iya mnt asleemed, esHH.ially when
strvngth of char.ic'cr Isciujoinodto purity
and a manifestly high Integrity, Judjre
William M. Hmith, who has Usui pnnied
bvTii Aitsvl as a geiitlemaii suit.ihlo
and worthy lo occupy tho pl.tco on tho
Hupieme bench of the I'liited Slates mada
vaianl by the deilh of Juitien Mauley
Mallheaa, is a Uiiiu of this et.tmp. Somo
of Iho most eminent lawyers In Memphis
hear text imoiiy to this filed in another
c.iliimii, and they bear this testimony
willingly in words that aro nvither stinted
nor narrow. They a.iy that ho ia emi
li. ully well qunhllisl for the blch pla-v
by purity of character, prufcwdou.il at
liiiuioi nia and rxperionco aa a lurisL
And this tcKtimwy comes fntm lin n every
one of them diUcrlng with Judge Smith
in polilica and all el whom were optose
tn him during the civil wnr. No h'ulo
testimoiiv than this could bo oflcrcd In
kiiHirl of cn a man aspiring to a seat
in the highest court ill tho World, for no
other court in rxitcnco but our National
Supremo Court ran ail in judgment upon
the constitutionality of laws made by a co
ordinate branch of the government, and
annul them. Ju.l.-o Smith may well feel
proud of this. Whether tha loanlel ol
Judgo Malthoas falls upon bis shoulders
or not it 1ms 1 en made evident to him
that his fcllow-Uaycrw, the uieii alio
know him ix-d, some of whom havo prac
I iced beforo him, and all of whom havo
felt bia power as a co-w.ukcr or opHncut
in suits lu tha Federal and Stale courts,
bold him in eetoout as b'li as tho bigheal
court In tho land and iudoiao blmtotho
1'nKi.l. nt as wotthy and well qualilli d to
lv an Asmk IsIo Justice of tho Supremo
Tim I'cmocr.its of Yaaoo County yeater
day in ronvciillou lud irwd Ma J. Kdiel
llsrkwlalo aa a candi.lalo for Governor,
Tlin resolutions recount his services aa
journalist ami member of Congrrm, b
exalted character as a ciliien, bis con
siaicnt re.tird aa a leading Democrul and
bis valuable assistance to Yaaoo County in
1H7.Y. 11, i pm.va Ms). IUrksdulo iu the
Held w iih a ffood send olt
laow TUt AVr York Hinting Trwl W0
learn that Tit IWm Tniiiari ijs "ay'"
poaium ' tin prohibition ahowa an un
exKctedly strong opixialtlon to tho pro
posed amrndiueutiu Maaa.ichusetUauoug
those who nro usually known as "our best
citizens." Kvon among the clergymen
who replied lo the question almost half
32 out of 07 say no, among this number
being the lie v. Dr. Henry M. Dexter,
editor of Hie Congrfgalionalint. The Inw
yers are ovorwhelmingly against the
nmoudmont 54 to 9 and of 201 replies
from all clauses of people 188 nro in the
Tint attention of bankors and merchants
Is csiieciully called to tho amendments to
tho o&HCHsuioiit law introduced in the
House yesterday by Col. Kavago, chair
man of the Houso Committee on Finance
and Means, which it is claimed aro the ie
suit of tho joint meetings of tho 1 Iouso and
Senate committees and frequent confer
ences with parties interested iu Incorpo
Tub Sonute bill appropriating $.500 to
defray the expenses of tho removal of
John Sevier's remains from Alabama to
the National Cemetery at Knoxville passed
Iho House yesterday ami will no doubt bo
approved by tho Governor.
Tub Memphis Improvement District LIU
passed tho House yesterday and will
doubtless receive the Governor's signature
and become a law in a few days.
1 . -1
Mr. and Mrs. J. OoMmith, of No. 123
Vunce street, iravo a very elciruiit party Hun
day, March 24, in honor of their daughters,
Mies Koplilo ami Fannie, which proved to
be a mot enjoyable evening for lliose In al
ien. lance, 'iue follow ng young folks were
MhioiIo Ht basrU,
Nnnlule M. Hsuitor,
rrl HiN- btr,
Hurry I la hit,
hsiiittile I,, hnmtur,
Alley !.. b,
IUii, n.' (miIiI-iiiIIU,
llaiile hk illrr,
1 it liar llsncr,
K. lis Jii.ilis,
Ot rllr N.'rwII.
l ors llexlcr,
lli nnle HlKbslira,
Kbin-ni Hs inter
I-Me lllnn h.
Klls H. hrl.
lilsncbe clln. r,
li inrlrt Alm. r,
I lm l.i.n'M .f,
rilie MII rlT)i.
l,a licl HaiH-r.
MesMv. and McJilamu
A. K'bwal, Ih'iis Ooldninlth
J. II In. b.
JUDGE WILLIAM M. SMITH.
Tostlmony to Ilia Fltneaa for the 8u-
The follow lug named mrmhers of the bar
aero Interviewed yesterday by an A rent,
rcxrt T, and to each ass put the following
Ititcrmjratory: "What is your opinion of
Judj,t W. M. Siuilh as a suitable and deserv
ing man for appointment to (lie Supreme
bench of the t'liitcd Slules, tn Till a vacancy
caused by the death of the late Hon. Jusllca
C. W. Mi U-alf-Judgo W. M. Smith la a
very able lawyer ami made an aluilrnld
rl.aneellor. lie la n-coiiii!.! by the bar na
a sound, painstaking lawyer nud an able
jurist, of sterling rbsnu lcr. I a.liulre him
(ieonn lianlt I riilcrtiiln a hlrli opinion
of his ubihlv and purity id chain, ter.
Col. Josiuli rallersoli I II1I11R lis Is a very
excellent lawyer of great simplicity and pur
ity of character, lie will adorn any im-ucu
to wbli li he may be apIKjinled
r . 11. Hi- kell Jiiilos W. M. Mnltn la
re nnii' d ns one who stands In the front
rank of the bar. There la no man whom I
Would rather see there.
T. H. Turley-t think Judin W. M. Smith
is a very good man, a good lawyer and a very
I.uke Wrli:ht-Judge W. M. Smith Is a
man of biiih cliaroclcrssa luau and a law ver
and Is held III ire"1 rat esteem by the bar.
I'cruiniilly 1 should be pleased lo see him
n-iii.-d 10 any Hi-iilon of honor.
J. M. tlnvory I think Jmbe Smilira
apKiiiiliiHMit would be a good one, and that
be would III! the place crcOitnl.iy ai d well.
lie la otiallllcd Im.Ii in learn I n and purity
Ju.lire lleiirv Trnft I loimldcr blin end-
lieiillv iiimlillid in every war.
t. w. iieiskeii I ney coui. I ihi irrt a bet
ter or a pun r man in Hie I tilled Stales.
V . I'. m ril Ju.lk'c Simtli Is a man of the
lilrlirst 1 linru li r, N-rsonally and prolcssiou
ally, and id line ability as a lawyer.
Olrl'a Buaplclona, Chaaa and Ills
Fright and night.
Joseph llonomallo, who has been employed
at I bo lYalKxIy II. ld for Iho at two years
a levator hoy, has (tone loa more C'Higviilal
climate to escae the wrath of a female,
whom, ll Is allcircd, ha betrayed. About
four moiilhs uxo Hononiallo Imi nine tnillcii
Willi a chamlieriimiil almwasalo cini.lnic l
al Hie hold, lie was a nli-edooking young
man and bring sir.l talker, he found It an
ca y insll. r lowin ibe srirl a i-oiill.lence, and
wconliug lo her stoty, he sa-diiccd her under
promix of inarriaire. The dale for their
insrrlinre was set, lull when It arrived lis
Insde s.niie evil. and stayed It. This lie
did rciciitcdly. A few days ni;ollie girl be
1 sine siimui inns that lion. oiialio would not
kis p his promise and mnde frepnnt triis to
the hotel lo ace him. esicrilay I lit young
linn ipiielly pa. kel bis r p and took his
in ai lure lor iris unknown
A Railroad Company or Twa Tat to Hear
From-llnmphli Will Oat It.
r.cn. Fkslnian . t'nrry, Adjulanl-ticnernl
of Die Hlale, arrived fnnii N.i'ln ills- yotcr
day and sient Ihe day al Mmilgomery Park,
11 line Men, 1 urry nas n.il a.lii'l'ling volia
In the mailer of Ibe Stale mllilary em amp.
ntciit, yrt he Is quoted by nil liiiin.nlr ,
iiiiiiilauce as fanning Memphis Inr tlio .-
An Aerti. rrtorlerrskei(icn Sumrarm-s
yesierday w hal were Die prmis Is lor an en
canipmeol an I Meiupbia hi-iiiiik II. ' u rr
sre a few riilr..ad e mpanl.-s vet to n-nr
from on rules of Iramiun irtiinn," a .i.l tin.
l.tin tjl. "bul I l In ie lli.it p.ot ol It will
lOUie tut all iIkIiI. In IIii imih i ,.r,
we U sh iw Ilia liuluia what no ene iiopinciii
tll loss Inr a l.ttlle Tawai.
HinowisoTi.v, lit., Mun-li IV-The r.iuf...
fffny.Vi . lal from t ilnlon, III , stales tl.nt
a Tire at Kenny ..nlnlit .IrVr. yrl tpsi.iss)
worlh .f pincny, Including' nmre Ibaii
lacnly stores and h-i-im . l,. u- Among
Ihe Kieiitesl I.huts itv V. II. .ward A Co , p n.
erl Hore; t hs k. lt A I .., , r.d si.,,,.,
Holiliis. arm-ral store: II. Ibuttie. hn n'les
nud l.arucm; t.allfiulier, furioliiie Mi rr
man, hudware. 'I I." ln bnike mil In M,r.
r I ins 1 1 s pln,v al S ... I. k p 111. T. IU11I..11
rirr l.'iMMuiclit went to the r- lie mi a
apeclnl I lain and saved Ihe l,..lrl. Ib ;iols
Leutrul Icm, and Ibe Knit elevator.
I Ire 1n l..rnlng.
Kalmiiml'sgns-eiy, corner of fonwM nii.
Thlnl sin-i-ls. wss .Inrl.tlr dniuae. by Ure
tils morning aiwul 2 o cUk.
THE SPORTING WORLD.
LEXINGTON HA8 PROBABLY WAKED
UP THE wioNd PASSENGER.
The Memphis Jockey Club Haa Ita War
Paint On and Fools Like Striking Out
From tha Shoulder Mew Orleane
In view of tho fart that the Lexington
Jockey Club bus seen lit to throw down the
gauntlet to Mcmplih and Nashville and in-,
vita a clnsh of dutvs, certain loyal cltiwns of
Memphis and members of tho Memphis
Jockey Club, have been debating whether It
would not bo the proper thing to pick up
the gauntlet and give Lexington a good
lllit from the shoulder.
Lexington purposely advanced her dates
to clash with Momphis and extended them
to conflict with Nashville. Nashville is able
to take euro of herself, but it behooves
Memphis to give the Lexington people a
wholesome lesson. If It's clash they want
givo them plenty of It
ilio iximrtoii meetinir neeins April
and ends May 8; Memphis begins April 22
ami amis .y ay 1. but s the matter witn
Memphis giving three extra days, April 17,
IX und 2U, and spike Lexington's guns by
drawing horses hero from JNuw Orleans that
illicit otherw ise go to Lexington? New Or
leans begins her spring meeting April H ami
closes April 13. home of tho horses there
may go to Lexington unless they can nil up
t lie lime more profitably at Memphis. A
few extra days, with liberal purses hung up,
say Dcgluiiinir April 17, will Caleb tlieui.
W lint say you. Rvntlemeu ol tho Jockey
The f eeling at Leatngton.
Ixs'ribm Coiiwponjince of tho I'ost Dlnpstch.
The sixty-third annual spring meeting
of the Kentucky Association will begin hero
In Just four weeks from noxt Wednesday,
ami continuo until Muy 8. On Monduy,
April 29, there will be no racing, as on that
duy tha Runnymcdo, Woo.llmru and Cold
stream yearlings will be sold. This will
give twelve racing duyn, on which sixty
races will be run, flvo each duy. This or-
nnjreinent will certainly keep the Kentucky
horses at home, as LouUvillo follows Lex-
injrtoii, and Latonia Louisville.
With at least 8.10 horses 'n 'rain inc. In
ami around this city, and not less than 100
more which will come here from Louisville.
l.atonla and (minis In Hie Houth the coming
m.-eiing tare cannot mn no a ereut success. In
fact, from present imllcalloiia it seems that
Kentucky turlmen aro Roina to aland or full
together. Heretofore tha associations of
this State havo done all In their power to
inuuie mo lennesseo Horsemen to cr
0h rule with them, but they were
giveu to understand that Tennoyce
was quite ahlo to) take care of her
self. Although averse to a fluht which can
do nothing but cause Injury to tho breeding
niorenis i a sisier rtnie. Kentucky lias ac
cept the Tonnossecaiia' challenge. If his
tory rcix-nts Itself there can and will he hut
owe result, for no association, or sol of asso
ciations, that ever attempted to Injure Ken-
lucky a racing interests came out of Iho
light first best. Dut the ollleers of the three
kenluck v aswrlalioiiB hurliop no III f.t.Hinr
toward tlielr Southern nciKhhors. and when
ever lliey s fit to make reasonable terms
the Kcnliii kians will meet them half way.
The) New Orleans Harea.
Naw OiiLKANa, Ia., March 11. Tho weather
was cool and cloudy and the track fair to
day. There was a good attendance.
First race One-half mile, (ientillv won
In .M seconds, Imtclnnaii second, California
Ss-ond rice Fiva-elirhlha mile. SkolM'toff
won In iM'i, Luke lart second, lora L
Third race Tliree-fonrtha tulle. Dudley
Oaka won In Duhme second, Mac
au ley third.
fourth rare Sev. n and one-half furlong.
Horn 1'llve woil iu l.Xi. Lemau second, hint
BKTRlra TOR TODAY.
The following entries for the races at New
Orlcana toduy were ported last night al
Powers at Co. s Turf Etchango:
First RsiT-Klre-elabtlis of a in He; selling. Joe
Wynne 'Si. t'lilmi Jsi k fi. Ilnrrl.lnini Jim U
lisV Vsllni In;, l.. la I. I'K frrd Hooivy lliA Cora
L 110, Jlnonie II I Ll. Inxilcn.si 110.
ke-n. Its.-" Thr imirilis ol mile: rlllii.
kn-nat Hi.no.ml I. i, Kxll.wl i, Mcllowilinc
Wl. I.ltile lK l.rj, ADliSKaa lot. tbcoy liu,
lhlnl bs-Flfleen slslrenlhs of a ndle; hsndl
can. Iu. I. it ll'., McMunry ., Ov.ru. u 90, Jlui
Nave 'si. Jim W iblsms K Wild Air WK
Koiirili Ks.v-llulf a mile: selhiiK. lUlacllo ST,
lisle ISA Ltxlli.toa S VI, M illlooller IU0, rslBbeedy
I'rlsire Slllha Mold.
rini tnii.ru. a, l'n., March i. Won' was
rrceivvd In Ibis city this afternoon that the
famous horso Prince Wilkes, owned by Mr.
(iooreo A. Slngcrlv, of Ihis'cily. was sold In
New V. rk today for iui.isst. The iiauio of
the puri liaser was not made public.
The horse left llarrdbtirg, Ky., Satur
day, In charge of frit hsvls, ,i trainer, and
reached New York Ibis inorniiitf. where he
waa delivered lo Mr. J. It. Hubbard, who
repn-senlsa wealthy (entlcman living In
liuciio Avrrs, Mr. sinireny waa on hand,
and when the horse was turned over lo the
r prwnt:illve of his new owner, be received
a che. k for $HI,lssi. Xlr. Ilublmr.l haa lnen
for sometime it l.s.klng for a suitable
animal lo send lo Soiitli America, and he
fixed on Prime Wilkes as tho dorse answer
ing the requirements. Henry ( I, ambers,
who has hin the groom of I'rlnce Wilkrs
since h waa a coll, gocslo Soulli America
f-lawdasir as4 Teessier.
Ikeirns, Mass., Man li ZV l-t Saturday
John Teenier, the oarsman, ismcd a rhul
lence olTi rlng to row a series of races, thrve,
four and live miles, again! any oaisniuu iu
Ibe wort. I. (iaudatir preh rntl, f. $.ss)
a side, each race. This afternoon John A.
St. John, backer of lluudaiir, lelegrnplie.1
Teenier as follows: "On behalf of t.audaiir
I acii pl your rhnllenre, pmvble.t t oil make
the distance, two, three and four miles, we
Ifi name Hit first coins", you. the second and
loss for rliol. eof third. If -atlsf... lory meet
me al olllca of tliiciunall i .'s.re., Friday,
A Vsell Kssas Tnrlwiwei Aaatgw.
lUtTtwoaa, M.I., Mun-h 11. Arthur E n
nry, a well known turfman, eugaKcl In Ilia
hardware bitsinf st Sos, 'l and 11 West
Herman sinvl, nade an asstguiiient I.mI iv
for the ImmicIII of in .ln.irs to WIIImiii N'.
Wyetli, Iruslee.' The bond filed was Jo,Utl.
Liabilities, rol4ibl' (.iO.oisi.
4 h Iris a Boys w surlier.
nsrv, Mass..M4inh 2.1. President ,'ow
dell waa ol'emr t-'i today from the
Chicago Club fur t'al. her SomiiMTs. He
w ire.l Waller Sfildilig thai they would ac
r.'pt the oiler, and would wire Nick York al
011. e to release Ul plnyer.
Iks tllre iMlrrlercst.
y. xsatrotis, Minn., March '.'. Owing in
police Interference,' the 11 til lo a tl a 1 1 - la be
tween Hurry HUmorr. and iHinny Ncr.lham,
nhl. h wns In have iHriirr.-.! at the IVSoin
I. 11 ulit, lias Is-eu 4.. s .n..l. It wlil is. nr.
bom ? , r. between, this dale and hat 111 day in
111 s w mity.
the liiKlnis Mnrea.
The spring ra.es of the Tipton County
Agricultural, M.s hsnli al and Stockbreeders'
Association w III l4 held al Covington May
17 and Is, and not at k. rrvlllc.
awnilnjr Itnsrball Uss,
JrirkR.os Cut, Mo., March M. Tho
House lo lav n fnso.1 tn ord-l Ihe engross
iii. iii of a bill tn prohibit Sunday baseball
IJ.il.lsttorlhy as siasrlky.
DiTaoiT. Mu h., March 2k A acial frim
lt.iii.-.x k, Mb h., says: "KsH ris sent hers
by Ihe Slaudard Oil Couiiiy have been al
wuikupo'i the b.toki of Murlui II. Holds
worthy, manager of the company for the
I.akO Hllnerlor n.olnn and 1.... . 1 .
ln 58a ,n Uit ccunU to the amount of
H0,ixw or more. Ooldsworthy became fright-
MltAil ir 1 1 s . . n
.1 ,a , "fc " eunesuay ami took a train for
Hie Boo and thence for Toronto, where he
now is. Ooldsworthy is an old resident and
lias lason held in high esteem. For the past
two years he has beeu dabbling in mining
stocks, and the recent heavy decline carried
turn under. His bondsmen are liable to the
extent of many thousands."
A VKSSL WRECKED.
A Ship Lost at Sea and Iler Identity la
Xw Yong, March 25. All efforts to trace
the Identity of the vossel whose wrecknge
wos passed by the steamer Colorado on Sat
urday morning last, have so fur failed. Tho
agents of tho steumor Conserve, or Madrid,
which sailed from hero a week ago for Sam
ana, douy that the wreckage is that of their
vossel. They say that it does notcorrcapond
hi any particular with that of their vossel.
Tho agcnU of the Clydo Lino steamer Sag
inaw also denied that the wrvekuge belonged
to their vessel.
A possible clew to tho shipwreck was fur
nished by two Incoming vessels this morn-mg-
The Atlas Line steamer Athos, from
Port Llmon, which arrived today, reports
having passed, on Saturday noon, a whito
painted steamer, illsuhled and bound soulli,
showing the licrmun colors. Tho brig O. 11.
Loekart, which also got In this morning
from Sun Domingo, brings a more delinks
rejKirt of a ship in distress. The
Lockhnrt's captain said that on March ID, in
latitude 30..', longltudo 73.01, he saw the
British Hteumer Yeomnndell in a disabled
slato. The Ycouiandell hod a heavy list to
tho staibourd, her decks were on a line with
the water, her machinery was disabled and
her soils blown away. The disabled vessel
displayed a series of signals indicating distress
and hoisted a request to have her condition
telegraphed to the. English l.lovcls Tho
Y00n1111xlc.il left Now Orleans for Rouen,
France, on March 3.
On Ihe Maritime Exchango today it wns
thought probable that lb 1 latter vessel had
gone down and that the ruft ami drift wood
passed by the Colorado on Saturday were all
that were left to tell tho story of her destruc
The followlnrr dispatch from Huston wos
rocelred at I be Now lork Maritime Kxchunge
' The steamer Gate Citv, from Sarannnh,
reports that on March 'S3, at 11:0 o'clock
a.m., in latitudes0 11", longitude 30" :to",
she passed one metallc lifeboat and one Tup
strcukbont, the loiter newly painted white.
The llrstthrco letters of the name of the large
boat looked like Con. The Onto Citv liaised
also in the sumo vicinity a sofu and other
iiirniiure ami Jotncr work, the hitler painted
white. Tho wreckugc apparently came from
a slenmer, and hud not been long in Ihe
When tho officers of the exchange received
the oliove message they regarded it as strong
evidence tnat the wreckage belonged lo tho
gunboat Couscrva, iho vessel which had so
much trouble getlinir away from this port
because she was susectcd of being intended
for the Iluytian insurgents.
11 wltt Month.
Atlanta Rclal to the New York llurald.
I had a bilk with Mr. Hewitt about his
Visit and his views upon the South, during
which he said:
"I was lust here In 1S00. The change since
then Is simply marvelous, and although I
hud kept posted through tho newspapers I
am free to say that personal observation
brings many surprises. I have heard much
of the wonderful resources of Alabama
and Georgia, of the push and energy
of your ople, of tho South as being fuvor
ahlo for linuiiclul investments and of the
wonderful development of your section in
every way. I can now say tliat the true
state of atbdra haa not been exageruted.
What wu have seen lu our short trio cannot.
I am sure, be seen iu any other quarter of
"It comet np lo your expectations, then?"
'Mu.-h niorw," he answer-l. "My advice
to young men will now be, lio Ijouth.'
There you have the advantages of unbounded
natural resources, of the 1110-I lil.er.il treat
ment 011 tho part of railroads and of the
lu.wt Improved machinery ol all kinds. I
have found tin) best examples of
furnace management am! the most Improved
methods ol milling, lo say thai we have
f rown up in the older methods, are asion
shed al w hat we see, is lo say but litile.
Nothing has ever huiw ne., I think, in the
history of Industry that la comparable to
what haa been done in iho valleys which lie
between the great iron ore beds of Alabama
and ileorgia iimiii the east and the coal tit-Ids
ol Alabama uisiti the west.
"lias your visit any object beyond Investi
gation? 1 asked.
"No immediate ohirct. Aa I havo said,
Mr. CiMiM-r and I do not contemplate mov
ing our plant from Trrnlou, as I s--e it re
s.rled, though If wo were younger men I
lb 11k we would lie lenirile.1 In do so. Urn1
these gentlemen (noinliiTg to Mr. Inmnnnnd
Mr. ( alhouii) lo inaugurate any new indus
tries in their linn wt might be very l.kely to
take some stock.
It Is the general belief, however, that Mr.
Hewitt and Mr. Cooi-r contemplate Mourn
rrn invesimeiiia at Home In the manufacture
of basic steel and that they intend sending
experts todiliereiil parts of the iron territory
to look Into deposits.
Bwrdrlie's lller 1 1 arris
rmra the Post IU.is.u-a.
Mr. Pieslil. nl I am emboldened lo wnle
you by reason of a personal Idler which It
has been my fortune- or shall I aay fate-
to receive from our mutual friend. Mr. John
Wan.imaker, of Ilia t'nited Slates; or, to
lie more explicit, of the earth. Deferring
brlrlty, and with that rcllcenrs which
la so characteristic of the man, to his
own relations with tho administration, am!
etinviiiK his own vi.-w on the situation
win. li now confronts us with a conditional
lb. nrv which is akin tn a theoretical cm
di I n. Mr. Waiiamaker ways s'sklng of a
tin'l for revenue:
"Your kind attention tn your Ik-ci-ml-cr
aa-os.Dtit. as per bill rrndered, w ill be greatly
apprrciati-d liy Yours truly.
J mis WASAHAxra."
You will im rcelve. Mr. President, by the
familiar a ul noticeably persistent lone of
Mr. Waiiamaker' s frank and cordial note,
that this mailer has been discuss...!
br us more than once or twice;
aiid while I am willing In admit that
I am, crlia. more rnns.'rvatlve In
mv a. tl.ni uimui Ibis measure than our
rI.H-iiicl friend, vet I fully airree with him
rourernlng the inoro lmN.rtiint fenturraof
his l, for Die accretion 01 me surplus, mo
III eon in v move either lo recouiinil 11, or,
If It would licllcr meet Iho views of the
.Imii.lsirnii.iri. In nre ll. with an avoid
anee of nii.ltie haste belllllng the gravity of
the siiuatloii. to a third or rvrn a lounii
rrire let I'tsllawelaihla.
IT..tM l,A Ml I'a.ll l'l,.ra.r ISTSL
A nrw Phllo.lelphla Ideals alphalTli. al ice
cn atn. servi;.! Ill small, innereiiiiy eoiorr.i
bl.ak on each aide of wlilcn is siair.r.i one
of the leit.-rs from A lo Z. It Is well known
thai Philadelphia Is slow ami uiipn-n -sive.
but ll was sn.-rd she bad prour. sm-.I fur
rnoiiKh to hae slriigled out liotu tinder
such kindergarten rlassua.
ra-4 ssireHisa el Very III.
C-lsl iiteh lo The An- al.
Ca.rrtisonos.Teiin., Manh M The Hon.
Jt.liil It. N'eal, memla-rof the Ui Congr.
from Ihe Third Coiivrt-sl.mal I'l.lrict, who
lis. hern sick for somo lime at bis homo at
libra Spring, ia won and bis life Is do-
A Slsiltaal Hwrpila.
Mr. Ixsvl (who la Showing trouserings to
twnru.lomerar-Thls. ginllemetia. Is very
shtyll.h and Is of ttrr very besl I ngll.h
manufacture. , ,, .
Mr Cheeky (entering tha store abrupt v
-llell... Oid Slo,-. 1 asut to hire a suit f.
a dinner party lonighL .-liara'
Mr. Levi Very sorry. b' ur "r
suits is hired alretty ouJU
FINNEY AND HIS NERVE.
HOW BE CAN MAKE A FOETUNB ON
HI3 OBBAT BECBET.
Mr. John O. Book's Hot Cake Letters
Patent aa tbe Espresentatlve of a
' Great Bepublloan Dally A, Wrathy
Man'a Vdw of Vengeaooe.
Tho rri7uni. tho Republican newspaper
which collapsed In the early part of the
month, failed to make Its appearance yester
day evening according tn announcement.
When Business Munager Kinney paid up nts
printers and was released from Jull. he im
mediately left for Kansas City, with the
avowed determination of raising funds
among his friends with which to liquldato
all outstanding Indebtedness and carry on
the paper in the future. The employes con
tlnuee! at work the greater part of the week
and confidently expected their money. It
did not coma. Mr. Finney telegraphed that
things wore a roseule hue and all would t o
well. Ho was laboring with tho brcthcrn
and they were about to yield. A letter
came from one of tho friends, to ono of tho
Triluiu munagors, to tho effect that owing
to the construction of a $-W,(XK) buildiug, he
(the friend) was a little short of small chango
Just then, but to keep up courage. He had,
he wrote, gathered together the sura of
s.1,000, which he would send. Buch a
paltry sunt as $.1,000, however, was not
enough and he would step out and raise
another $.1,000 and send the $10,000 to the
Tribune. J lie mere question of raising
000 amounted to but littlo. All would be
fair In a few days.
Thus buoyed up, tho employes wnllcd.
Huj.in.-ss Manager Finney did not propose
to come buck emntv-handed. Thcbagutcllo
of $10,000 was certain, but he proposed to
increase it. lie was going to the national
capital to confer with the bell-wethers of
tlio party, and from them secure a sum that
would gorge the rapacity of human avarice.
Hoe sprung onto more in the breasts of
the employes. The managingeditor himself
caught the infection, and on the front doors
of the Madislin street ollice he wrote in a
hold hand, and pasted up, Ihe legend: "Tho
Trihn ne will resumo publication on Mon
duy." The employes were to have been
puld o(T on 'Ihursdny. Thursday came
somewhat In advance of the money, and
pay-day was noetponcd until "Friday at the
latest,'1 Friday inssed under the wire a
clear winner beforo tho promised succor
showed itself on the home stretch. Tardy
Saturday came, sn did Sunday und Monday,
nud still tho $10,000 failed lo apieur.
Y'estorduy's sun passed behind the western
horliin and Ihe waiting employes found no
relief. The majority of them have lost hope,
and are seeking other employment Crowds
of litile darkies who had served as newsboys
to deliver the Tribune hung around the
business ollice alt day, peering in yearningly
through the glass door, but no response
A now light shone for a moment when Mr.
John C. liook arrived from Washington,
but it proved to be an Ignis fatuns. Was ho
111st fresh from the llcpublican Mecca? Yes.
lid he see the business manager of the 7Vi
hun there, stutling all his pockets with
money for the rr.fao.rf No. 11 r. Hook had
hern there. Mr. Finney promised to he
there, hut never msterialixed, so far as Mr.
Hook knew, and Mr. Hook bad his eyes
w ide open.
There Is an amusing feature connected
with Mr. Hook's visit to Wellington. This
gentleman is a prominent Itepuldican who
Visited the national capital with his molars
W betted to hilo oat, if oslhle, the Memphis
postofllce from the pie of patronngc. Ho
went armored na a man cocs (o battle. He
was of the fuithand for tho faith had unt
f.irmly fought. He had preached the word
and for the word had su tiered in the flesh.
He wns, moreover, a private, . during the
war, in President Harrison's command and,
greater than nil these, lie was I be possewsor
01 letters patent making mm the amy au
thorised agent of the Tribi'ne, the only all
wool. ke. Mr. Hoik, In use a vernacular
expression, was "living h:gh," and, as the
representative of a stalwart Hcpublicnil pa
er. found all avenues open to him. lu
Miking over the morning taiers. however.
he saw an Hem from Memphis detailing the
brilliant engagement placed by his business
manager, Mr. Finney, mid forthwith hauled
in his saila and sturdily beat against wind
and lido on his own responsibility, without
ine am 01 any newsp,iK-r.
IVrham tho maddest mon on record la Mr.
Whiluker. the genial proprietor of the Clar
endon Hotel, This gentleman is fast losing
faith in li 11 man nature, and no wonder. He
Is perlia.s mora ainio is for Ilia return of
liiislu. s .Manager r iiinry than any one else,
and be la reHirie l lo have declared his In
tention to bo after him and bring him back.
It was this way: When the business man
ager waa busily scattering rhecks to si.ii.fy
the demands of creditors, Munaging Kdilor
Carter concluded, aa Is his custom, to pay
his board bill. prepared I lis- money anil
was aix.nl in luiml ll over 10 Jlr. uitaker.
when Mr. Finnev suggested that as be ha.
tn pay his own and Ins brother's txmrd, that
he make out a check for three, including
Mr. Carter, and take Mr. Carter's money for
Immediate use. as the batiks were closed and
ho needed it. Tills proxition was gracious
ly a.ssrmc.i 10 ny me accoiuiuoo mug imiu 1
n.niii.tfer. and Mr. KinncV ffave 1. 1. 11 a check.
which, of course, proved as worthless as Ihe
n-at. To fay thai be ia wralliy ia pulling ll
(roups of diiied employes could be met
Willi yesterday at Intervals, and In tliele dea-
ts-rat ion conversations like this could have
"la-l a luh together and bring suit "
""nil against wbatr'
"Why, the TrilMHi management tho dl
"Hut Ihrn whalT'
"Oct judgment, and then what?"
"Uvy! W hal our'
"Why, on the ; that's so! Thrre Is
nothing, hsy, I II tell you how Finney ran
1.1. it i.i. ...
j.inni ii. -. ...... mi-.
"Hy telling me what kind of nerve food he
uses. I've tri.d a lemonrvery morning, a. i.l
pl.O'plisle, lish diet and every olhcrsorl cf
nervo food known, lull I never could get
nerve enough lo publish a haul lull. Any
man w 110 cm come 11 ere a similiter and wlih
nut a rent run a dally ps r two weeks 11110I
hava a wonderful nerve. wish I knew
what ha lakes f,,r , '1 here is a foriuuo
it mav be aafely assumed llial no aier
win im' i-siic.i nii.ier 1 nc 01. 1 iii.iiisreuii 11 1, at
l.-a-t. 1 tiers is some talk about a lb-pub-
lion wevklv, j.n v.d iig ten men ran le
found 1 1 put In elKlia.li. Thrre is Utile
lins- el Ibis, however. The business men
w .id I nalanilly ilcm.iud a rhange in the
biisini ss mai.aK. ni. nt and Ilia H.li. Uns
found in Fduor t aricr a la. k of pllarcy.
frlura lrlla lleasl.
Ilraiis, Manh 21. Prince Lorila, of
Dalian, la dead.
PITT-liri'il, IM, V-r.h 7-i-lllivr 7 feel t
Iih Ins slid lalllns eslli. r l.r.
WHKi I.INU. U. Vs. Mnr.li -v- Hirer Id fwt
J In. b an i I stilus W .sn iter . I.sir.
ar. KM'H. Mo, VsMi?.-1he rlret Is fslllnr
Ihe ss..g"W marks ua IV ealli.-r clear. Arntr-I.
I lit ..I I alro. Sst. lies.
r.VANHVII I K, Ind, Vsnh n-niret IS f.s-
1 In-les end ri.n.s. Wmtliir tl.-sr. sp.ru.Ll .
I, e. hen k. New Orlrjns.
VU Ksni aii. Vlss.. M.,r.h .V-TherlvrrlsMt-n.
VVeall.er cl. ir Slid cool a nl U. Iv llo
M. .ii.l..s. lo at. I.uis. I'rd Uowa. Arkansas
I It) . I Nsi. Itea
I'lMIMMII. O., Msrrh J-R,crf ?1 feel S
IneUes snd Isllint Wnoir Hear Hrra.nmrtrr
Ht . Arrll Ohio. Memphis Mihl-Klvec ii
lis t i InelH and lalilna. vi .svlhrr liir.
I)'IVII.LK, K jr., Mseh ts-ltlnr stutionsry.
won 1 Irrt iih lies nn lh tails an. .s4 to tt
In il.eeai.sl. VV.-ailH-rrl. arsii.lt.iesNi.it Mshl
- I'.l.rr sialli.nurv. won ; hs-i a ... h.-s oh lb falls
and h U In. has la llitrsiul. Wuiilupr cleat and
t'IK. Hi.. Mw K 71 -hirer 31 feel T Inrhraand
n.l . Weather I'l-Hl.tr S',.1 is.. Ar.,,-.l .lis
.M 1. k.l. in-. si. trails. I . r(, .( ., ,.V. ks.
h.iri .N..I- i... Si. in . m.er 1 i.s-i s im, n.M
ll-.i.s W-o.rr.i.,r. Up:.vsli f ail l.Uaui
lalis, Ava '.kw.
No. .75 R. rancery Court of Bhelby County.
Biaie 01 ieuoTs. vsmtios xaiasoiaL.
IIt vlrtiia of an Interlocutory derrea for sals. en.
tered In Uie abova cause an lbs KSlh dsr ol Jinn.
ar'. IS, M. ii (XS. paire wi, I will sell at pul.lia
auction, to the highest bidder. In front of the Clerk
anil Master s ouiue, at ins usto street antranco ol
tbaeourthousa of liUelby County, Memphis, Tin-
Saturday, tha Sth day of April, 1STH0,
within lciral hours, tha fallowing described nran.
arty, slluuted in Memphis, Hbelby County, Touue
Lot 1 block 'IT. fronting M'.xlM feet on tha
north side of Hprtng street
Lot S. block 47, froiillug MJ.xlSO foet on the
north side of rpring streut.
Above two lots comprise the weit half of block
47. and are sold as ihe jiroper'y of J. A. Anderson.
Part ol block 61 In Fort I'iukerlng. WxlilU feel
on the nonhesst eorner of Van hui-rn and Wash
liifton slrecla, sold as the propertv of Ross Bailey.
lat7of K. P. Kowley's subdivision, fronting 1U0
g:i0 foet on ths south sida ol College street
IM S of 0. P. Rowley's sulHlivision, fronting 100
rBou fuel on south sl.lo of Collcae stresu 1 bess
two lots are sold aa Iks property of Belli A.
I.ous, Oand 10, fronting Txiao feet on tha erst
side of Krout street. Fori Vlrkorliig. Tenth Ward,
sold as tha property of Joan Houston, Nsrviaw
Meholsoa, N'sn lssa Closers, Sarali A. Quloiau
and Jarnea Uuinlso.
Lot ail ol Jane K. Park's subdivision, 108x300 fast,
on the west side of Davie avenue, sold aa lha prop
erty ol Iho unknown heirs of J. C Busier, do
oessed. 1Ots and IS of Poston's subdivision, fronting 67
MXa feet on the asat side of Boston avenue, sou in
of and adjoining Maustteld, sold as tha properly of
llenR.(ary. r -
Lot a. block il front Ing KxlTJK feet on the south
side of Jackson street. Tenth Ward, sold as ths prop
erty of C. C. Hart and John A. Holt, trustee.
1-otsSaud 7olblocks .il and 'A of Duun's first
siilKilvliii.il, fronting tilx.UJ feat, oa tha norili
side of eprlug street, sold as ths properly of John
Lot 1 part of lot S.V brglnulng on ths north side
of Mul.siiiore avenue, ti fuel weal of ttalelgli
avenue: tlience west i', feel; Ihen.-e north tus feel
loaou.b line of Talbot's M arresi thence eaal tM
feel: theo.s. south to tha bpalunlng, said as tha
properly of Hubert A. Hhlelda and Luella C. W.
West half of lot 12, bk-k OS. SOxtOJ feet, on ths
east side of Mxih street. Tenth Ward; lot 11, of block
ti, DoiKViU feet, ou east side of HI sth siroel, Tantli n
Warl: both atiova lata sold as tha property of Au
gustus llrsdfnrd, Minerva txvoke and V. B. Jenes.
lAl,blurkA, doslil lest, oa the north side of
Wicks avenue. Fourteenth district, sold aa ths
miriy ol W. H. B.ruatt
1 iilrly Hires serrw of the Ellis tract, lying no lha
rnsl side of Ihe If rrnan.lo nsid, north of and ad
) lining tha Morris subdivision, sold aa the prop
srty of Ida Adams, U D. Auatus, II. A. liiuniltoa
and J. 1L lliirl.lu.
F...sl hslf of lot 104, John Trier's subdivision,
fronting 7;x;tf5 I it on ihe south side of Luey ave
nue, sold as the pmiierty of Joe W hlllea
North hall ul lot 4v and Ihe south half of lot 80,
Hill's subdivision fronUns Mxlsu feet on the snl
side ol Hussetie street, sold as lha pruperty of W.
W. andSalins Monlromery.
Lot II of the Kerr tract, being 20 loo acres nn
tho roiiib tide of Kerr avenue, sold aa tha property
of Isidore Webb.
Lou I. A S. and 7 of block of the J. C.
Lanier subdivision, on Ihe east side of In Ion ave
nue, southeast corner of Post aveuua, sold aa tha
Kroner r ol Johu Overton.
a, 6 it list a. ri". on lha aast able of Mwrnolla
avenue, Wnrlleld subdivision, sold aa the pruocriy
of 1. K. Myers.
fail 74. iu 100 acres on Ihe south side of Wil
liams avenue, Wiliiatut's sd.l lloo. sold aa the
properly of i. 21. Ford, John and Ales. Joiner and
1. a. Wells
LoUan.lSon ths southwest Corner of Austin
and (Vnlral avenue, H. K. A101I11 a subdivision,
sold as tbe property of John L. Fullium.
One sod a quarter acres of the south ft acres of !,nt
I of the Karr tract, oa Trigg aveuua, sold aa tha
property of IV. L. t lupp.
lx.t i, UI.K-k B, atrvviiisubdlvh.fnn. fronting 70':
X loel 011 ths witl alils of ll.-niando road, sold
as the pmprrtv of Kcorrt W. 1 huissn.
Ixitt 11 and I-'. Block jo, fmntlng feet on
south side of Walker street, sold aa the proany of
Charles I'.evart and tit-one ..lllham. in. sire.
1x4 No 'A. norland subrllvlalon. fronilna S0xl'?(
f.sst 011 Uie eoal side of Borisnd avauua, sold as the
prirtv of James twearliiior.
eouih Nirt of Ixiis n sndsn, Kerr tract, being t
acres on Uie east side ol the Horn lke road, sold
aa iho .r;riy of Caroline V, I'rlo and C. W. Fra
Lot No. 6 of Martha Alston's subdivision, front
ing M feet nn east aide ol laiailerdala alrvol, sold
as the sTopvfli of J. .tin ArmicsL
lllo-k 70. Wllloosbby Wliilsnis's eubdlv islnn,
boiin.lr.1 on the uurtli br Jsckson slrnrt, on tin
ssui by I In lls..aalppl A Tron-s.c- Hallr-svd tbenca
with north sldenf Walker sins-t I.Ji lis t to the east
llnaol Kljlilh si ; thence wlih Lishth slr.-et
a,! .Vt feel, llien.-o in the lawlniiiiig, sold as tha
troprrtjr of lha leiiuasKi.-a rouihera Itsi.roaJ
fca.lsarre.ollolsin.l1.il an1 IS of Wither
srsyin'ssulxltrlsioo. the a...tth side of Melmor
avraiie, sold aa lha prupeny ol Julia K. Weaver suJ
titi.ti L. Wnsaller.
Ll U. bl.s k w. Tenth Ward. Vi hv W feet, on
the nor lb tide of Walker stroel, sold as Ihe propcrtjf .
of folk Jones. -.Js1J
Uu A, t. s. s, . 10, i n, i 1 an.i si. nemg
at-minn Kalrlgli stun. ir In Ilia llvl-ian subdivi
sion, sold ss the property ol W, A. and Allca Col
lier. Lota S, 11. 17 sad I. sainrsiiMlrl.lon. sold as lbs
proper!), of W. A and Ail.r 1 oliU-r.
tail A. ami s.il Iituiko, Iso bv kv (rot, sold aa
lb property ol W. A aud Alice Collier.
Ua s. asm .ibdivls..a. 1.1 bjr la. frot, sold as
the properu ol W. A and Alice l.il.l.-r.
Terais ol Sal On a crrdll of six months. Dots
bearing Intera with se. ii.lly re.Urud, ilea to
laine.1. -temptlna barred.
Ibis loth day ol March. ISSS.
K. H Mi 11 KNuv. rierk ao4 Master.
F. 1L A C W. llelskeil, feollultora.
Mo. .! R tn the t'hanrery Onnrt of Hbelby
C0111.I) -llarilwig IVrus, gaardUn, et, vs.
James sfMr1 ct al.
Hy slnii of an Inlcrlomtl.iry decree for avis,
enlrrr-l in the alnivt- cause on lb .1st .lav ol l-eeinls-r.
Isss, M II. u f .t lis. and aruen.l. d )
Ihe sth day of M..n li, f.si, U m a! publiaj
a en. .11, u the bUi.esi I.I.M. r. In front of tha
Clerk and Master's ..tlx, si ll.s Main stnsrt eny
trart.s of Ihe curt house of bhvlby County, iluiar
phis. T.-un .oa
Hot. ir lay, lha Sth pay of April, ISSH,
wl'bln IssmI hrs, the loll. .wins desrrlbed prop
erly, sltual.-.l In mis. by lu.iniv. l.-no., loo It
Lying and l-li. In ll.s Fu-ii'muih 1 Ivil Idsirl.-t
of said e .ioi'y. about sili.-s snihl id Mem
phis, in ln i-.ru ..I lou ii a,..l .Kid F. a. darns
.uinlli i.h n. re ,el.-. in swv.k et, i- 170, Isrin
n.n at a slake lu III- north line of W. M. Irrsoa s
Irs. t S cliain. west lr.ua ll.s a.nttieast .rnrrnf
lot A: lln i.rr weo II chains, n.l IC llukj lo a slake;
thence north a. chains sod su links lo a stake on
the aoiilli .1.1 of I'.in.i sv.n.M- tbenee ewl IS
chains and at links to a .lake In Ihe weslnnfa
I. s. sllsr; lli-n M.inh al. n( the north line of
asld alley lo chain, and il liukaloa auk. Ihe-ioa
wnsl arhslns snd links loa scke; theuis south
k..cs.ns and . linka u a suks. ISrsra svssl 7 r
rlisln.and IJ links tlin. sn.nh J ehaluaand al rl
links iu in l-Hulol brglniilng, eualalulns a To-lull
ll ,Ihs shov d.ws not atl f.s? enn.iyh to avll.fy
Ihe l.i.lfnirnC Inlar.-.t snil cos la il.ru IU rv.naln
Crr Ini. rest In II..- lo. lowing trai t, set apart aa a
hnmeslrad I.l Jsuea Mewarl an I foully, will halt
U anld, i.i-sii.- Iienlnuins st a auk ou lb .st
lui.ef Jan.es sinar. s u s. re. I . 'islns and si
links r Is. leei u .rill "I ll.e sonthmst corner of
esc I seres, ili-nce rsiath a'. sm 7ebins and 11
links lo a si.se: thence north wsssl r chains
and ja links a stake; Ihrn.s. north a. eaal 7
rh.ili.s and li link 10 a ia.e In lha eaat lln sf
said u acres; thrn.-r M.ntn ay e... wlin said east
line l chsius and '2ti links lo Un brgiuniug, coa
ls Inline Is .'ns.
Irr.auf H,ie rn a erMIt of .Is months. nni
with aeeur.ty nreju.rrd. Ilea rvU.o.d. isslemplloa
Ihla ICIhdaynf Mir-h, IssA
F, ll M. Ill MiY.tlcrk and Mntter.
W a Oil... a. H W. II ma. It a liarnea and la
ion A Mali.be. Hull. iiurs,
J I K A Lls"T A T K
f.o tin, ft. fhsn -ry I'mirt ol Rlie!l.e eounly
i (I It.. hie, el al. vs. Meuiphls Charh-sloa
l:allon..i 1 i.insinr et al., sbdu.hor oau.sa cua-
ai'lld .1.-1 thrrewllh.
Hi v lit.ir ul an liurr.ueti!..ry deerss t.sr sale. e
Irn d In IhealMi.a eail tl Itis I l,i .lav ol felir.i.
ere I -ai . J n. ie -s i. Iwlll si ll al piO.111
a.u tl.m, loth hif.-l.esl l.l.l.l.r li.lp.ul ,,l ihe 1 lers
s.M Mssler s mtl.s-. at lh Mall. .te.- rhlnin. of
II. co iri house d hbvlhjr cuui.l), Meiapl.ls, leu
p.swa, oa eei.irUy,
aa h .lay of March, liai,
wllhln Wsl hours, the f.M,lni i1..-rlie I prone.
Iy..l. usled lu Menipuis Mi. lliy vouuly, Teuuesatsk
A Irsl of tsnd hcslntilni al Ihe Inb-rareilnn .sf
the i..r 1 line AlaiMttaa a-reei nh the west
line .4 r ri.1.1 stns-i, s. ajes-a .1.1 .he n.ap or pUti
ol Ihe o.iinai town i.l rnrt I'lrki-rlns, and r.111
nlnj li-nr wnli along Hi west line of Front
alleet 111 I rl, as or or less. In lha so'llh lin .'I
lir.Mdi.av: tlir.i.s) west al 11. R Ihe asld line st
IVonlaav. aa laid down na ssld rasp, IIJ'tf.s-l,
mora or less, lo ihe e. line of the .s In l.l.a k
Ko, I. nn the nrisinal pl.u or map id Fori I'M k. r
lug. and tlienea aiong the eat Una nf Ins b.ia la
ss.d bio. k ho. I, southwardly, tn l.sl. more t
Irsa. 11 the north line ol A I. Urns stn-l. and
them- eaatwardly along lb north IiimoI Alabama
Miesi 2 ri, a.om vr br lo lb potato! Usjla-
Terms nf a.l-nne-lblr1 rash, laslsaia O'. a
etsslit nf a and l monuss: e be. Ine inter I
wlih security isssuirasi, lu-a rrUined, n.ktiapilva)
lbU SSth dsy nf rebrv sr, IMS
K. a uriiavaV, ustk aad Maaias
e U. tUudut,k..Hiilia