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TIIE MEMPHIS APPEAL: THURSDAY. APRIL 25 1889;
BBVttRAL OENTLEMBM RELIEVED OF
MONEY, WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
THE WOODRUFF & OLIVER CO.
e. (V NN l-
The Oang of Human Wolves Beoomlng
Exceedingly Bold and "Touohlng"
Vlotlms Without Merojr A Buggea
tlon Tbat the Authorities Interpose.
DO YOU ENJOY LIFE?
Ws Can Suit You.
W Only Handle
Wt Hive a Com
fsrtursr of the Kuat. and carry 1 too Volilcloi In Hock mere Hum A 1.1. liruie In Memphis
curulilnrd. liny from llcJcunr'CM-JI0 to M SAVl.l) on Every Vt'lilcle.
BECK & GARDNER, Manufacturers
170 MAIN STREET. MEMPHIS. TENN. .
Joo Todi-eta, clmr'd with larceny, woe
given (our year in tlio ponitcntiiiry.
The case n'uiiist Will Vaughn ami otli
re, charyi'd with otistrui'litiK tho IOtiiH
ille 6 Nashville Knilroml, u disiiiixsud.
Mary CliilJrtas ntfuinst Cluirlue Chil
dress, potitiun for divorro filed; grouinlH,
cruully, fuilura to euiort and desorliou.
John Loricuo was iiruntod lot lor of ad
trilnUtrHtiou on thn estate) of Kdward
Miller, deceased; otllrlal bond.
ml l.lata Traanler.
Cliarlc J. 1 1 nl 1 is to Joseph II. Uainoo,
Let 4. HOxWO fovt, of tlio liar bet auudl
A. J. Ilnrkncr to Ilatlio Jolunon, James
ti iiliaiu to Mnry Jludin, Henry 1 loin I
to Or Drown, all colored; II. lltul.v to
, Jotwio Keuiimly, W. A. Jctiktna to Ulllo
Fisher, I F. II. Hardy to tin, M. E.
Coagill, 1'. M. Ilurdintt to Kalo K. Munrv,
John II. llower to Nrllie K. War hi,
liiilmrd KImxIih to Annie (JhIIiikIiit, 1'rirli
ltodonnnu to Klixstolli Foils, 8. A. iHivIo
to Ida lnnrain, J It. Admits lo Nome Jl.
kcr, Frwl liming to Maiu Uoiiuclly, L.
Ketch urn to Kato Whitehead, all wluto.
It la proper at thi season to make a
thoronifh eiaiiilnnlion ol the rellsrniid see
Uiat decuyuiK (ruit aud ve-etuld are re
?tinrrtnr Ftrllt jmrn In million nl
MMfvlor mot than a nuartrr o( arvnlurr. Ilia
rMl hi It" I mml him iMitarninaiiL Kuirr.
) UM br' III IK liMI I'llltanlllia aa III
lnni;l. I'uml, an I miai llaaliUluL I'l In.
trvaw lia.im l"uaj.rr il'a n nuum Aaiiuuma,
Llu, ot Aluia. eulil only la tua
luca kAaiNu rxjvtbnJi (XX
taYoit. laiciuo. ri. Loci.
(AS SHOWN HY I'L AT)
And shaded with beautiful larc oak trees, will positively
sold to the highest bidder, without reserve or limit,
On the Grounds, Thursday, April 2589
SALE COMMENCES AT II O'CLOCK A.M. SHARP.
Is located just outside of the city limits and is free from
city taxes, yet it has all the advantages of gas
and water, street car line, dummy line,
etc, and will be sold on the
MOST LIBERAL TERMS!
ONLY qo PER CENT. CASH,
Balance i, 2, 3, 4 and 5 years, with 6 per cent Interest on
5.-Any further information cheerfully given by
Calf and Examine
Be Convinced Be
Gen. and Mr. Lew Wallao on a Brief
Bojourn In Uempbla.
Gen. Ixw Wallace arrived In tlio rlty
yentorday morning, accompanied by his
wife, and la the ruuhI of tlieOnyoso llotal.
(icn. Wallace la null known to tho peoplo
of Memphia as well as olHowhore on both
nidus of tho Atlantic. Aa aoldior who
won his way from first lieutenant In the
Mexican war to a (tenerul In the United
Stale army during tho Into civil wui,m
a lawyer of eininenro and dislluKtilKhed
ability, a a ataUwman, w ho hai eervexl hi
country in various iiiipcrtnnt and rranon
ihlu enparitius, a a diplomat, wliiwo
course as a representative of - this
tiovernmeiit abroad baa refloctuI
credit on American cltifiifhip, ho
is known and nsHicUd, honored and
admired. Hut in nono of theKc capacitloa
hn ho won such lanio, or iniiuiiatod iiim
self into the heart of all Knulitb-sprakinif
tH-oples so clh'ctuallv as hv his cuHrniiiiir
puhliHhod works. "'1118 Fair
which tell of the coiicineit of Mexico.
shows that tlio young Indiana lieutenant
improved tils timo wliile in the sintor Ito
pulilic more than by merely alriving for
success on the battlu-lield: he entered that
country as an innmv, but loft it as a
friend, "lien llur, a Tule of the Christ,"
1 a work as (fraud in conception, a beau
lilul iu execution, aa opulent in im
agery, and aa delightful in diction
perhaps any book over issued
from a Cisatlantic press, aud many there
are w ho rank it as 'imi among American
cliiKxics. Ilia other works. "Lifo of itekia.
min HnrriHon" and "Tho Ituvhood of
tiirist" linve not attained such world-wide
circulation, but am, nevertheless, In keep
ing wuh tho niiigniliccnl stylo of tho tlrst
.Mrs. (icn, Wallace la also a fnmllhir
friend to all lovers of choicn and chasto
literature, and her poem aud prose worka
give this lady a high place iu American
(icn. and Mrs. Wallaco will be In tho
city fur a lew days.
A I'lag Tabarr Trait.
t. Ih is, .Mo., April i'l. Tho ItrpuUifi,
litis morning, says that close on tho heels
of the clotting of the big gns dual romo
rumor of the formation of a great plug
tobacco trust to ombrnce all the loading
manufacturers of tho cuiinlr. Color la
given to lb. so rumors hv the (art that
I'ierre Iirilhird, Jr., of Sew York, who
is Mid to lie the lemh-r of the scheme, had
hi-en In this city Iwioo within a mouth,
but ttieru ta no evi lcnco lo almw that h j
was here In thn inlcmt of the trust.
Mggt'lt A Mvers, of this city, who aro
the laigiwt plug tobacco manufacturer In
America, and whoae name hsva been
coupled w ith the schema, say thst they
know not lung about it ami do not Iwlluve
Hint any alep have been taken looking to
ward tho formation of a truU They aay
emphatically that they would not enter a
trust under any circumxtnueea and ex
iir-atho IsOief that a tnliAcro trust not
Including their firm would result aa the
sugar trust did without having Claua
hpreckel iu the deal.
Yesterday was a Hold day for tlio pick
pocket. Tho victims wore not all found, but sev
eral of them cuiiiu lo tho surface.
Mr. J. T. Keiupor mourns tho loss of a
vulnublo solitaire diamond stud, which
was beguiled from his bosom by a nimble
Mr. Joseph Punch became mysteriously
separated from a fund of $o50 which he
was carrying around in his pocket.
A Mr. Williams, fiom Occulo, camo
from tho races mifTering from an uching
void in bis punts pocket whero erntwhile
reposed a bundle of good and lawful cur
rency of the United Klutcs to tho amount
Tho watch and $215 contributed by
Major J. It. Mooro, of West htution, Miss.,
are still rauk strangora to their legitimate
ow ner. For the money Major Moure does
not euro, as ho would novo probably lost
it on tho bob tail nag, but tho watch uud
chain ho wauls and anyone delivering it
to Mr. Graham, of tho Chickasaw buddlury
Co., .'17 Union streot, will be given a re
ward ot $50, and no questions will be
Kcoros of other peoplo woro relieved of
jewelry and money,
Tho toughs who infest tho grounds are
becoming exceedingly bold. Tho ollieen
in charguof tho grounds are unexperienced
in the ways of the cxert pickpocket and
are of no advantage or protection to patrons
of thn park.
"Ollieers who expect to catch these gon
tletnou in thn act," said a well posted gen
tleman, "will grow gray in waiting; if tho
aNsiiulled party cannot muke tho dincovory
at the timo ol the robltcry an olllcer who
is not present, purhas, cannot be ex
pected to locate and arrest tho culprit.
1 hero is only ono way to prevent pick
MK'keting, and that is for experienced de
tective to ftpot thn rascals aud lock them
up by tho dozen, if necessary, until the
race aro over. Thia ia the only way in
which they can be successfully handled.
It has been tried clwiw here anil it has been
found succesoful. I low can they be spot
ted? Kay onouuh. A good delicti vo can
camp on the trail of these fellows and run
them dow u in one night. In (act, any one
can do so that is any one who baa ever
been around and who Is familiar with their
ways. Of course there would bo a howl if
they were run in, but no matter; there is
no circus along, and these (ellowa have no
one with whom they have to dividn thuir
pilfering, and therefore they liavo no
friends on the outsido to secure their re
lease. They ought to bo locked up; they
are human wolvc who prey upon tho peo
ple, and they should le caged."
The cleanest and most perfectly polished
linrd-wood floor have no water used on
them. They are limplv rubbed all every
morning with a lurgo ffannel cloth, which
is occasionally diie I in kerosene. The
floor I rublfod with the grain of the wood,
not aenms it. This ia U tter than waxing.
CATARRH TO CONSUMPTION.
('Irrh lo IU ilivirucllv lorn lUmU not losiid
unj.iubujlr lovU on tn con.uui.tloo. It U Ihnr
hin.lDiulsr tlml tliia mirll with thin li-srlul ilu
mm .hixild not maki It ths olijrot nl Wo lr lira to
rtit thamMilvM ol II. beviUv nimrdlnroncovlod
t) lnoriil pri'traiUm lo uusilrsl knowlnV hav
MkcurJ Ui nmlliltno til I ho nal uyijerllr of
uiflmn In sll a.lvtrllM.1 reiiHvllaa. Thar iMVum
rMlsnr.l lo IiIpiiI r.ilierx rmtliar lli.n lurlurotUi'ia
tIvm fits duuklliil iMilullrw.
Ilul this will nrvif do. 1'sUrrh mut b met st
fvrrjr iusii ami oimuImIUhI wIUi all our wU'it- In
maiif ar I ha dim has aanuavd damrrmiu
rtuUina. TTmi buia and nan I lata ol tlio nmci.
Hi orrMi. nl lirarltif, nt Mrltif and of tatln
adiMUil a to h uwlni, tlio otula at rlimatrd.
tliv llinail m InlUmM and Irrlutud aa Iu ru.luoaa
i.tiuunland iluunMluf onughj,
HHMiiii H a una . I I'M mflM rmf phaan ol
Catarrh, (nn .linpla ha ul) lo Ilia irnart lmih
unipaud 4itnl''IH aiaira. It la lal iml miv
liliilliiiial. Inuiil la ri'Usvlii, timaiwut In
Diirlns. al. aconoiul'-al and le vi r lallinii.
I'jicIi nicaana piinialua una biitlla til ill It in
fill I'M, ena Ian ( IIOWHII. Sul VIM, aud au
iMrsuviu iiuaMia, Willi ari-allan, rii, 11.
I'urtim Pseo A Cnaaicai CoarotaTios, Bnama.
tnd witakO'-aaraloilatillMTllcTfil hr th
r rf" L allmraj Aall.t'ala I'laatvr. a IVr-
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I J liii Aiilldul Iu Fa I ii, liillamniallonand
a " Viraknrw. A nr, mo.1 asnvahla, In-
tumaiiiiina and lutalllhl pain klllln pla.lri,
aLHiiiMiiiiiMB aim iiiiainni paiu aiuiuff tiai
lallj iaill lo fUa la mala p1"
iimmbv Vaailir auparlnr to all ulnar piaaiai
all ilnicsl.ia. y, n-ut., lira for II mi, nr auv
el 1'uii.a I'atu asucasaicat. Cui-ukaiius, Uua-
SALE! AUCTION SALE!
This Pnwitn ffvt Trt,
A nrrl nf Ptirltr.
iilfnomsn". Mnrn ioonomlnl
tiisn His nnllnn
ktu'ls. nl cnnoi ie oi l in
ronipnllllnn with th4 multlt'Kln o( low trait, ihort
wplvlitslum or plinfnhnt rwn'"' ,"Mcf on
sun KUl AL HaKINU TOWDK.lt CO.,
Hoi it nitty i
Ko l(W Wall Wt, N Vorx.
rpiTK FOT.I.QWINO MOT OF PHOPEftTY Ml'ST
i. b au ltd a'f am, and w qilnU) priiv that will
lrat tuj n 1 1' lit-) but to buy, iirovliled you will
tnk th tn I ulo to exainlua the property and
know a luvdUUuf wtmu you a IU
AUKArTirtlL LOT, nxMft; NKW FENCK,
newolalnru; nothing to do but build biiuae
tn hara an liviit hum. Thl let la on ManaM
alroi-t, ueu Fnplar, aud bit nppualla oauuut b
bought Iwi laaa tuau HD par took
AYKRY ItfArTIFCL LOT, W)x17S; ninn.
plrndld drmlnaire, nia)ealla Innal trrao Iu
word, ancrlct tot; iiolKhborhuod iinriojlla-l ; lo
cation, anulh Main alrtt, niar Haybura avrnuo,
aad within HUO Irrt ol Judge Latham n-aiduniK;
Iota In Iwiurdlat vidulty hav baua sola at 13
per luoU (
AJf FLKOAXT XEW COTTAOIl OF ( ROOMS
boaiilldit hit, ilmlralsa acshliorhiKKl. Die
lima; una apiara Imm alivet rara, and only on
know nl a pliea ol pniarrV po-a.lii all Uiua
adtauugui which you can buy at ljuur
A 4 I.OTS. rx?2V TKIOH AVENTR. WITItlM
'I -t" hall mlla id Mr. (iarun'n n-.l.l. m. Th
oiwrol ilil. pmprny l a nuo n al'lmt. and lat
tilKhl w rni-lvrd ipii'grapnia la.iriirnona to aril
t.ly. Npfculalora, (a wr onL uulrk iirollt la
aura, and a axn-ct to vloae a Iriili by lb o'clock
a.m., au euw aariy ur you will gut icia
That Thoso Are Extraordinary Bar
gains, and Tbat Our Offloo la
OponatS O'Olook Sharp.
Real Estate Agency,
28B Main St.
178 68.4 08.4 80.4
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Joss D, Mllkars's ....
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2 to 7 S
2 8 g
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in luniTACTUtiu a
40 Union Streot. Meaphis, Tenn,
RE NUL AGENTS
12 MADISON BTREBT.
For Cellar. Warrhouao and Ptante Floors,
ArMam, KlO'hrn Van la, Wslaa and lirlvewaya.
riau from dmnpiHi! rat f wvc.f i otaau, W boia
oma; In aanliary vahaiineiialrd. -
144-ltXMui-IM ISsMomhukht. TileplonaBOO.
J. P. PRUTZMAN Ik CO.
at Lao uuavku uourisQ.
Nos. 380 and 82 Front Street, ::: Memphis, Tennessee.
riRECTORS. A. WondruflT, P. T. Porter,' J. C. Naely, J. E. Oliver, F. L. Woortruff.
Our Snrinit stock of FINE VEHICLES Is complete, and wo Invito an Inspection o!
ami, onVrina price in competition with nv
MONEY TO LOAN
ON COTTON PLANTATION'S IN THIS STATES OF
MISSISSIPPI, ARKANSAS zgg LOUISIANA
OUR FIVKorTEN YEAlt INSTALLMENT LOAN
BY WaiCU A POKTIOX OF THE PKINC1FAL U REPAID IACU YEAR, IB TUK
CHEAPEST FORa OF LOAM, AS IT HAKES TIIE SECURITY TH SAYINGS BANK FOS
TEE INCOME OF THE BORROWER.
A planter tho pays ofrhti lodebtedoe. without aihaujUng ny year lh wholt proeeedi of hit eroa
ALSO, WE MAKE LOANS ALL PRINCIPAL DUE at FIVE YEARS
FRANCIS SMITH, CALDWELL & CO.,
Roami O. IO. It A 12. COTTON EXCHANGE Bulldlnr. MEMPHIS. TENN
JARVIS-CONKLIN MORTGAGE TRUST CO :
Capital Paid Up, 81 ,500,000. J
Makes Loans on Improved Farms In Tennessee, Mississippi and Ar t
kansas. Also on Improvod Oity Property. The Highest Market ;
Prloe Paid for State, County, Township. Olty, '
School and Water Bonds.
Office: Room 2, Cotton Exchange Building
JL. J. VIEW NA & CO.
lairuKTUM AMD DKAJ.r.lU IX
m.TT-trrer- -r-i -i ri-r- -r
AND FISIIINO TACKLE
No. 047 Main Etreo'. Memnhln. Tsnn.
Tb Lsrgttt md Dett Aortment in the
J. A. DklLIT.
J. A. BAILEY & CO;
Plumbers' Goods, Fiuo Gas Fixturea
338 SECOMD STREET MEMPHIS. TENN.
J. M. DOCKEBY. H.. WILKINSON. HENRY BANKS K. WILKINSON.
DOCKERY, WILKINSON & CO.
Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants,
No. 360 Front Street, Up-Stalrs, MEMPHIS, TENN
ASVANCICU MAD 1 a IT CASH.
LOTS AT AUCTION
High, well drained, plenty of shade, just outside of the
city limits. Hlegant neighborhood, and in fact
everything one could desire, and will be
sold ou the following terms:
20 PER GENT. CASH
Balinco I, 2, 3, 4 and 5 Yean, With 0 Per Cent Intercit.
A pretty home in a pretty grove is something wc all want,
but is something we all can't pet; but you can get
it here. You arc all invited to attend the
sale of this beautiful property.
TITLE PERFECT-TERMS EASY
Wc will be pleased to show this property to anyone pre
vious to day of sale, and glad to have
you attend the sale.
'Buses Will Leave Corner Main and Madison at
10:30 0'Clock A.M.
T. J. M'CARTHY h CO.,
ZELLNER & CO.
The Loaders in Fashionable Footwear
Our New, Nobbj and Elegant Lin of
SHOES, OXFORD TIES & SLIPPERS
1889 For Spring and Snminer 1839
Are coming Id' frenh and (tyllah ererjr if. Tbe
public and our patron are invited to inspect oar
good. Bollcltinf a sliare of your petmnsca. U
id orders rerelT prompt auantion.
Cily. Tlie Tnale Supplied at Lowest Trios
0. E. Witt.
M, y. GILCHRIST & CO., AGENTS, MASONIC TEMPLE.
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