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Creating DeTastation A Berolt
Feared in Spuln The Be bell
of India.
Pabu, Kovemker 1!. The city cf
Kice ba" been vwted by i enormous
waves f.-rm ttae.Me'iiterraiiean. Tl a
wa er swi.t away the qnays and the
promenade on the Anfrlais plantation.
Upwaidx o( a hundred people were
carried nfl their feet and the gap.y
covete.Jwi:h fa-d. The rlevestatirn
wrought by the wave extends two
mileaalontt Nice's water f'ont. At
Lanne-ii, wh ch is twenty five miles
Irom Nire, a fierce storm is raging and
two vessels are known to be wrecked.
Men ttandirg on the qnays were car
ried ont lo eea on immense waves.
The Croiteite promenade wag de
stroyed. A rain amounting almost to
a dlrjge bas been falling for fonr days
at Gap, capital of the Department of
Hautt-s Alps. A number of hoaees
have been utterly destroyed by the
floods reaultinz Item the wa'er fall.
The city of Aix is at badly flooded
that travel in the streets is impcs:iblt
except in boaU. In Nimes, two par
ishes are onder water and a third is
isolated by floods.
William' O'Brien lifelines Bexton'i
Dublin, November 12. William
O'Bzinn, editor of Untied Ireland, who
was oflernd the seat in Pur'iament for
the Ponth Division of Sligo, which
Mr. Kx'on vacated, has declined to
sit for that or any otner seat for the
present. The police have been in
structed to report upon the number of
per.ons evictetl from holdings in each
district of 1' eland; to state whether
these evicted are able to pay their
rente, aid whe'he.r the National
League influences those who are able
but refus) to pay the rents demanded
by the landlords.
Iddcaltlgb and 1M Bianl Quarrel.
London, November 12. The St.
Jatnet Qazdte declares that the Earl of
Iddesleigh, Fortign Secretary, bad
hii:h words wiih Baton de Steal, the
Eu sion Ambassador, at their last
meeting, ard anu'ounces that Baron
de Staal is about to depait from Eng
land on a prolonged leave of absence.
Til tanrrl Denied.
London, November 12. It is offi
cially ancourcfd that the statement
that Lord Idrietleigh and Baron de
Staal quarreled .at their last meeting
is net ue. On th contrary, the in
terview which took place on Wednes
day waa very cordial. The Foreign
Office a'SD discredits the report, pub
lished by. the St Janus Gazette that
the Baron i de S:aal would take a pro
longed leave of absence. Tbe officials
say this report emanated from Paris.
Great Apprehension Abont an Bp
rial UK.
Londou, November 12. Informa
tion has been received bere that much
alarm exifcta in Madrid inconsequence
of reports of a ' threatened outbreak
against th government, and that ex
tensive mili'a'y precautions a'e being
taken. ihe nuss from Catalonia
shows tht a bad state of feeling pre
vail amonij the people and a rising is
fee red. In Cadiz a'so an incident has
occnrrd which lead the government
to believe tbat trouble is imminent.
Tnis was the refusal cf 700 soldiers to
embara for Cuba, to which place they
had been ordered.
len Cartloads of llebels' Hands.
Bom bat, November 12. The Ghil
zai rebels in Afghanistan have been
attacked by the Afghan general sent
to tubdoe them and baly defeated.
The gener&l fent to Cabul ten cart
lcadB of 1 eadu of rebels killed in the
battle as a token of tbe victory his
forces had won.
Hakes Suitable Answer to 1 x-Vlnts
ter Lowell.
New Yobk, November 12. The
World publishes a two column letter
from Julian Hawthorne to Lowell to
day, carcerning which it says: The
fiublicAtinn in the World today of a
etter aiidreteed mnie than ten days
ago to Mr. James Busell Lowell by
Julian Hawthorne may befaidtobe
the first presentation of Mr. Haw
thorne's Bide of the controversy which
Mr. Lowell has provoked. This let'er
wee written in order that Mr. Lowell
might have an opnouunity to undo a
grors injns'.ice. His failure to rejily
warranto the present publication. It
will be s en that the facts and the logic
of circumstances are a 1 on Mr. Haw
thorne's side. That he con d ob am
from Mr. Lowell, or any other gentle
man, an interview through a violation
of confidence and the rules of hospi
tality, and then brazenly publish the
same over his own signature, could
not have been believed by any
body familiar with tbe man or
of the springs of human action.
It was noi believed in the
World office, otherwise Mr. Hawthorne
would have betn instantly dismiesed
from our service, for the rTorfd'i repu
tation for jnstke and integrity is too
precious to ba eaciificed for a passing
"sensation." Mr. Hawthorne's bear
ing in this matter hes been that of a
sensitive, dignified gentleman. He
was pained and astonished by the ac
tion of Mr. Lowell, and he took the
proper method to avoid a public dis
cussion. No unprejudiced human be
ing cau read bis letter and believe
tbat he impnperl either npon Mr. Low
ell or the World. We have in our prs
sefsion letters and telegrams from Mr.
Lowell, which are not to be published
because they are piraoni.l, and which
show conclusively that Mr. Lowell
must have understood tbe purely
journalis tic baBis upon which he was
approached by Mr. Hawthorne. Be
side?, we have Mr. Hawthorne's em
phatic etatemect that he took a 1
necessary precautions to impreesthe
nature of his mission upon Mr. Low
ell, and the circumstances all show
that he did.
rromptly Ripped In tbe Bad by
Deputy Sheriffs.
Chicago, III., November 12. One
mall riot, promptly nipped in the
bud. all that occurred at the stock
yards today to relieve tbe monotony
of tbe situation. A hundred or so of
strikers attempted to tear in pieces
the outfit of a recently engaged em
plojfi of Armour & Co.. who was
movZig to a new place of residence.
Borne Sheriff's deputies interfered
before mich damage was done, but
the mob remained in the vicinity for
gon.e lime, and t last accounts the
unfortunate employe wai still under
the pr UK on 1 1 a etrnng guard.
Tbete is a large inrreae in tbe num
ber of men at work and it would seem
tbat in a few days the houses won d
bave full tangs at work. One packer,
in locking over a rrowd of a thousand
cr mce, remarked tbat the material
was none of the best and would seed
considersb e weedirg out bifore it
would be very eerv.ceable. There is a
rrowd of colored people among the
imported men.
The committee, cot siting of Met sw.
Barry, Carltton, MarehnllaDd Scbillin,
wis in sfs-icn a!l the morning at the
T'au-it 1 1 oil' e. Numerous visiters
wre Eshred up stairs to the rot. in in
wiih h the committee sst, but no
amount of inquiry could elicit any in
formation. A new feature of the strike is the
boycott. ng cf Armour meats by Dis
trict Assemblies Hoe. 67 and 24,
Knights of Labor. A local boycott his
been placed ou Undorwcod & Co.
And Christiana That Are Mixed Up
Wet and Others That Are
Jls.ed Ip Dry.
New York, November 11. The Rev.
Henry Waid Beacher told hi" impree
eionsof England to the New York and
Brooklyn Asiouatinn of Connreg
tional Churches at Plvmou'h Church
last evening. The meeting was ar
ranged to be held in tbe auditorium,
but was adjourned to the letture ro -ra.
About 150 persons were preterit. The
Rsv. James Q. Roberts, the modera
tor, preceded Mr. Beecher in an ad
dress. He epoke strocgly iu favor of
buna ng up tie Uongregational Cnurcn
as a church. He said tbe trouble was
that the Congrega'ionaliats were too
wil:ngtn neglect Ihe building np r.f
tbeir own oigamza'lon to unite vain
it' er churches. This was a mistake.
When Mr. Roberts concluded be called
upon Mr. Beecher, spying that he
esksd him to speak before Lyman Ab
bott, because to hear the forcoer sov
eral persons bad come fifteen miles.
"Well, I wish thy had remained
at home, then,. said the great
preacher, with a smile, as ha
walked slowly upon tbe platform.
"I will eccupy my chair ai I
usually do, as I find I can talk better
sitting than standing in this room."
Af.er lookingcarefally nbout the room
Mr. Beecher eaid: 'I sbould be
pleated to continue the thought
started by Brother Roberts, but I have
just lauded and have net yet got the
barcess on, atd my thought) are not
detached from my career abroad. We
have got a great deal in this country
tbat seems like agitation. But we
have not half as much agitation here
as iu Eu'ope today. Subs'antially
the etnii elements are at work in all
countries. In the old fashioned preach
ing it UBed to be said that God and
the devil were at work. The senti
ment is the sr.ino now, but it is ex
pressed iu difiVretit language. The
ttrnggle of civilization all over the
world is thestruggla of the baser pas
siona with thx better paeaiocs of
men." Mr. Beicher then told
his impreions of Eaghnd, the
changes that have taken place,
substantially the Eame as ho gave
in the interviews published in the
New Yo k papers. In one portion, of
bis talk he broke oat in this fashion ;
"I have b;en credited with being n .t
this, and not that, and not the other
thing. The negatives that bave been
chargtd to me are erough to wt-igb
down a doz:n men. Laughter. But
there is one thing that I am a Con
gregationuljs. Tftere is, perhaps, no
body who will deny me tbe ur.douWed
title to tbia piece of ground to stand
upon. And when I say Congrega
tionalism I include Baptist?. We are
Congregation a! ists mixed up dry, and
they are Congregationalists mixed Up
wet Langhier. If you are not gi
ing to be a C 'ngregationalitt, you hnd
better be a Presbyterian. Their sys
tem of laws ee cures a man a hearing
when charges are made ajtainst him. I
am net prepared to say that it dues
not foBter bickerings and contests, but
CongieitaiioDalism in the hands of a
few influential men in a community is
dangerous." Mr. Beecher explained
how he bad been miereprtsBritid in
regard to Irs views on future punish
rrenr, and spoke at length up n the
increasing liberality of thought
among the clergymen. At the con
clusion of his talk he eaid he would
auswer any questions the auditors de
sired to mk.
Dr. Lyman Abbott asked: "Did
you find that there was any a-cetbity
or bnl feeling againtt the American
peopl) ftu a rtsuli of tbeir position in
regard to home rule ir. Ireland?"
-'No, I don't think I did," replied
Mr. Beecher. "I don't know what the
fielirig wes among the Tories. I was
known s a Gladetone man, and tbe
Tories did not come to hear me. I
was invited to lake part in the Glad
stone campaign, but of conr.-e de
clined, although my sympathies were
all that way. The religious papers
were at fiist inclined to say nice
things about me ('over the left,), but
before I came away they treated me
very fairly."
By the Rov. Mr. Floyd: "Did you
find that clergymen of the Established
Church were permitted to express
their views freely, without being sub
jected to the boycott inflicted in this
"I found that If you stood by the
church you could say anything you
wanted to."
Mr. Beecher gave his talk in a con
versational tone, and seemed to be in
rare g"od humor. Dr. Abbott made
an address at the cloee of Mr. Beech
er's remarks.
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The Hnbandmen.
Philadelphia, Pa., November 12
At the third day's session of the Na
tioral Grange Patrons of Husbandry,
Coles, of New Jersey, offered a reso
lution, which was referred to a com
mittee, calling upon Congress to enact
laws for the welfare of tbe husband
men of the country. At the afternoon
and evening sessions the sixth decree
was c -inferred upon husbandmen from
all parts of tbe country. Altogether,
deurets will be conferred on nearly
2000 members.
Th Voltaic Bklt Co., Marshall,
Mich., offer to send their Celebrated
Voltaic Bkltb and Electric Appli
ances on thirty days' trial to any man
afflicted with Nervous Debility, Lose of
Vitality, Manhood, etc. Illustrated
pamphlet in sealed envelope with full
particulars, mailed free. Write them
at once.
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Tbe Begrimmed Walls the Only
Honnmekt of Tbat Great
Temple' of Worehtp.
Chicago, Iil, Novem'er 12. At
2:50 o'clock tl U niornni! tire was d's
covred in the biftmei.t of the Chi
cao Avenue Church, belter known as
Moody's Cnurch, at the corner of
Chicago avenue and LiHalle stre t.
An alarm naa given, but b foie the
erg nea could respood the flimes had
buist through the first flior into the
lecture room. Here, their fury was
checked for awhile, as was supposed,
but, concealed by the dense smcke,
the fire bai crept np to tbe second
fl lor and soon eaten its ay into the
auditorium on the second fl.or. Fed
hire by the multitude of cushions
and other ii: flammable furnishing,
the flames spread with surpnaug
rapidity and redoubled fierceness. A
second alarm was hastily turned in.
The burning cushions and ctber ma
terial gave forth almost impenetrable
volumes of dense black smoke, which
for a time repulsed all efforts cf the
firemen to enter the church. The
Btained glass windows, which bad be
gun to crack from tbe heat, were
dashed in with axes and in a few
minutes half a dozjn etreams were
p aying on the fire which clnng with
obstinate petBistence to the furniture
and other light combustibles in the
room. After nearly three quar
ters cf an hour of bard work,
the flames were get under control
and the fire confined to the church
building. The smoke was 6 till too
denre to permit an investigation of
the exlent of the daroages.but it is be
lieved that the in'enor is entirely
gutted. The sUined glass windows
were almost entirely destroyed. The
walls, it is thuuh', are about all of
the structure that could he preserved
for future me. Tbe pastor, the Rv.
Mr. Gout, estimated tbe loss at 150,000
and laid that the church and furni
ture were covered by insurance to that
amount. Incendiaricm is believed by
seme to be the cauee of the fire. It is
said that at 1:30 o'clock this morning
a policeman saw some one in the in
tetior of the building. Mr. D. B. Tur
ner, the jiir it .r, raid that all the mem
bers of his family had retired at that
hour. The Rev. Mr. Goss c.uld not
conceive of a motive any one might
have, but sdmitted that he could not
understand the orig'n cf the flames in
tbe part cf the bu lding where they
were diecoverad unle-s the fire was
set. He said there might bave been
an overheated pipe from oce of the
f even furnaces which ere located iu
the basement. Tbe church socieiy
wss organized by the Rev. Dwight L.
Moody, tbe evangelist, in 1869, and oc
cupied a sin Ml building on Chicago
avenue, near Fiankliu street until tbe
great fire in! 871. Immediatelv altertlmt
time Mr. Moody built the present
church etruclure, soliciting and re
ceiving contri'nu'iore from ail parti of
tbe globe until $100,000 wss raiasd.
Mr. Moody centinued as the pastor
u: til be bepan his general evangel
istic work. The preeent pastor of tbe
church is the Rsv. V. F. Goes. It has
grown from a stnall beginning to be
one of the largest churches in point of
memberehip in the city. The Sunday
school rolls include the names of ov-r
10110 children. A. H. R vel, J. H.
Hitchcock:, A. H. Louden, R. F.
Atchison and John Morri-on are at
pretent deacons. The auditorium of
the church is the larsest in Chicago,
though perhaps the plainest in design.
Since the building waa first erected al
terations and improvements have been
ixinde ti the extent ol jt.tH'U. ine
walls cf the church are uninjured,
and the total loss will exceid $15,000.
What Is to Be Done With the Art
TJuiff Ynwy NnvnmVinr 1S.-Ar to
the Stewart collection Judge Hilton
Kao nnl fnlltr miiln tin Ilia minrl what.
definite course he will pursue until
I:er consultation Willi nis co-exm u
tor, but in response to the casual in
quiry he Baid: "Mra. Stewart owned,
it is cot generally known, the most
beautiful, the most costly, the best fin
ished and tbe most lavishly furnished
and tlecotateu nous in tne woria;ire
Viaet a nil prn! Ural, pnll ctnn vA mint.-
mgsand bric-a-hrao and riches , a t
gallery in the world, and now to Wiink
ull v bdIL mnar on In tiipnp " Frnm
cne who has sufficiently close rela
tors to Know tne general wisnes oi
the family, it is believed that the
Tuirty-f .Ufth street proptrty, except
the pic'urr 8, statuary ai d bric-a-brac,
tcii! ho nrVil t.t tha hitrhpnt bidder, the
m.iir.n huina oivrm tn it.ifr Mrs.
Sarah N, Smith or Mr. Charles J.
Clinch to take it at the upst t maritet
va untion. It is also kno wn that none
r.f tha wnrbs nf nrr. with nerhans
tnreo exrepuons, win, nner Dy uuu
tion or subsequent sale, be given to
the American public. After their
official appraisement they will be
distributed and deeded in trust fn
pernetuitv to the heirs and their im
mediate heirs and relatives, so that it
will be impossible to transfer or will
them away ont of the family. The
distribution will take place by lot,
and according to Ihe following propor
tion: Charles J. Clinch, twenty-sixtieths;
Sarah N. Smith, nineten
eixtieths: Cornelia S. Butler and Kate
A. Smith, two-sixtieths each, and
Lawrence Butler, Chas. 8. Butler,
Louise Smith, Ellen Smith, Beesie
Smith, James Smith, Rosalie Butler,
Helen Butler, Virginia Butler, Max
well Butler and Prescott Butler, one
six-tleth each, and Mrs. Stewart's b's
te s, Anna Clinch, Emma Clinch and
Julia Clinch, two-sixtieths each. The
procoeds in cash of the Thirty-fourth
street house will, it is said, be divided
in abont the eame ratio.
Daring the past ten years many im
portant and valuable additions have
been'made to the art gallery in the
way ot paintings, and to tbe honie
itself in the way of bric-a-brac.
The National Partners' Alliance.
Chicago, III , November 12. The
National Farmers' Alliance resumed
its deliberations this forenoon with
President Strefter in the chair. The
Committee on Resolutions made a re
port outliuing a policy which was d s
cuseed by the Chair and several of the
delegates. Then followed a talk on
railroad traffic, Mr. George F. Hard
ing referring to the manner in which
the farmers are impofed upon by the
railroad companies. A delegate from
Wisconsin told how his State was
bleBBed by tbe farmers, and several
others spoke in the same strain.
Montsviobo, via Galveston, No
vember 11. Tbe steamer France from
St. Nazaire via Gandaloupe has been
placed under unlimited quarantine,
owing to a number of deaths having
occurred among her passengers. She
brought 1200 emigrant.
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to 5 p.m. ConenliMilou free, l'riraoy
CralKlnHedlcnl Glliilc (V. B. Brnncb),
85 Nassan Street, New York.
f aRTTra rtitittrw ial cau
' l.KHt, 813 Sixth Ml., Washington, 1).
0. Provides praotioally useful business edu
cation. No terms nor vacations. Mudents
enter at any time. Terms: Lite scholarship,
H0. Twelve weeks' Coarse, Hoard, etc, 176.
Bend lor circular. .
A book ot 100 paes.
Iho best book tor
nnauvei user tooon
neavpaperl and estimates o theoostol ad
vertising. The alvertiier who wantf to spend
one dollar, Bnds in It tbe information be re
quires, while lor him wuo will invest one
bur died thousand dollars in advertising, a
S!hni.tf 1 lodioated whieh will meet bis
evory Teg ilriment, or can be made to do so
by slight rbaneei. easily arrived at by corre
spondence. One hundred and fifty-three
editions have been tsiund. bent, Postpaid,
to any ad-tresslor ten ctsis- Apply to UKO.
VEHTISINtt BURKAI'.lOHpraoest. iPrini
nr House riiorw ,New YorS.
1'hyslclan and Psychologist.
DR. VANCE has perfected hlmselt In psy
chology, and is prepared to treat dis
eases of nervous origin bi enttieljr new
methods. His therapeuiios is addressed prin
cipally to tbe higher brain centers of spirit
nal activity, whose influence on lower tuno
tions, nervous and bodily, is paramount. As
master of the laws governing psycho-physical
phenomena, he is oonfld.nt tbat remits
will meet his most sanguine expeotations.
Offlce-273 1-3 Main Street.
c i sv if
W. A. GAGE & CO.
Cotton Paotoro,
No. 800 Sprout Street, x Memphis, Tenia
FOUNDRY. MACHINE DKPT,lGOtol74 Ail.ims SWMemphlr
Iran and
aa AnA
. i i j q a r
IRON & 1UIUVAY SUPPLY DKP'T, 220 and 223 Socond St,
tHucoessors in this lenartment to JOHN MANOUUK.)
ay-Wrlte us for informsbtnn on ANY TIHNi tn either line.
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a ,
c h- Ti-A-- r"-
Wholesale Grocers, Cot, Factors
j. l mux & co.
3HO Secoinl street, Ulciiipliln.
Materials. Punps. Drive Well., Iron, latad and rltone Piie. Has Kl stores. lohis, Ktc
0. 0. H1I.
fTfeoksale Grocers & Cotton Factory
S9 Trout Street, Uemphli, Teaiv.
Oenel seaslge4 U as will have oar eareral attention. We tarry at J Haaeg a ves
seleeud steals ol
Sttph 1 Fancy eroesrlss, Wines, Llquorsjob.ect &. Clir
See will ne Woo th l.WMS.
Aod Commission Merchants,
200 and 202 Front Hi.. MnililHe Teim.
t rr T . no a Tv
Lata J. X. LaPrade k Co.
No. 304 Front street, : Memphis, Tcnn.
Baring retired from the Haddlery and Harness holiness and opened
we are pleased to announce to our friends and the public generally .nai n re "'''"
to serve the" In our new oai.aoitr. Returning thanks for the ery liheral patronage ex
Unded us in th. old line, w. trust to merit and reeeire a "jJIV
Cotton Factors, ITholesalo Grocom,
Jf: 11 UnlAn Street, t t Memphis Tcnti.
Cotton Factors & Commission Herch'ls,
tooston Warli-.rTa as) ! aa Vnin U.
Bar Iron'
Li... T. - :
, bt lrn
- Ull II
'' lilvctav,
Waa Iters
Hallway V,
i sirsiE
rManulacturer'sTAranti for
Danlol lrit(t o((ou in,
Uanufacturers of
rratt Krllpsw llailer Hlnsi, Fend
en rBl Uln Krplrr,
98 to 104 Poplar Ht., Memphlo.
av-Pratt Revolvlnc-llead Olns one
qualed. titook now complete, Prioes
reduced. Corre.pnndenoe ana ordert
lollcited. Old tlins Repaired in first
last rd . All work guaranteed.
T, Gilt & CO.,
0. 8. WITT.
Uta with J. T. UPrade A Co
Ko. 17 Jefferson Street,
(Betweea Main and Front.) H EMPH13.
lEsUblished in 150.1
DR. JOHNSON Is acknowledged by all par.
ties interested as by far th. most sue
eessful physician in thetreatm.ntof private
or secret diseases. Quick, permanent eurea
goaranteod iu every case, male or female.
Recent caea of Gonorrhea and Syphilig
cured in a f w days without th. use of mer
cury, rh-inite of diet or hindrance from
business. reoondary Byiihilis, the last Tea
tigeersdioated witbontthe us. of mercury.
Involunsnry loss of aemen stopped in short a
time. t-uRerers frnm impoienoy or loss 01
seiuai pnwers restore to tree vigor in a fw
weeks. Victims of sell -abuse and.imaslvf
venery, suffering from spermatorrhea nd
Inssof physical end mental newer, speedily
and permanently cured. Particular atten
tion paid to th. Diseases of Women, and
cures guaranteed. Piles and old son. oared
without the use of caustic or th. knife. All
r.'inult.iliona strictly confidential. Medi
cines sent by express to all parti .1 tha
grWorklngmen enred at half th. asa
rates, liflioe hours Irom 8 o'clock a.m. to
o'clock p.m. D. 8. JOHNSON. M.T.
tu a
Question Is engaging our agricultural com
munity. Messrs. K. O. CKAK1 A CO., Noa.
87 and SS Union street, Memphis, Tons
are daily In receipt of
porta on growth In diversified eropplnf
oorn, oats, wheat, rye, barley, oereals, and
orchard, herds, clover, tall saeadew oat
grasi and timothy grail
All our wornont sedgo Itndi may be ra
cial nied by sowing rye and olov.r on them la
fall or spring, or sowing oow-peas In May,
June or July, then turn under, and
Improve the land.
n.u.cutiiu t !.,
Agricultural Implements and Seed Dealers,
ftk yonx nlntlcr for Mm Orlflnol 83 Hhoa.
11,-wnroof imlutlond. -. m ..
KonaGannlu. uulvaa bcuiiiis Ibla Stamp.
U4oinluitou.lnMnnl IaA(. pfttOna
tun u 1 1 nox iHiiitMi m uwn
one.. A )HV.talounliH'UtU
lift will tirliift ynu lnfinnv
tl"ti)iowUK' i Hit bh la
41 iJiKHjin nt
sUOfiUJO, aw'
Thtl shoe stands hlKticr In the eettmatlon ot
B'Mlrers Uisil eny ollu r in Ihii w.nl.L Thon.
saiuls w ho wear 1 ( will toll jrou tho i uua U J oa
ask lUuuw -
Mon-KcHldput Notice.
No. dtll-In the Chancery Court ol Shelhy
county, lenn. It. J. Ulack at al. vs. John
H. Hough etal.
It anoeiarine from bill which is sworn ta la
this cause that the d'fenilants, John Htock
ton Hough and H. J. M. Hough, his wile, are
raiments or tne Mute ol rennsyivwnia ana
non-residents of the State of Tennessee!
It Is therefore ordered, That they make
their appearance herein, at the courthouse of
f'belby county, In Memphis, Tonn , on or
lefore the first Monday in December, IMi,
anil plead, answer or demur to complainant's
bill, nr tha same will lie taken for confessed
as to them, and sot for hearing ex partei and
that a copy of this order be published one.
a week, for four successive weeks, la th.
Memphis Appeal. This 7th day ol Oetober,
1HI. A oopy-attnst!
R.I. MrliOWIiLL, Clerk and Master.
DyT. II. Caldwell, Deputy 0. and M,
JP. Hykes, Hoi, for conipl'nt. sat
Notfltealilpnt Hothe.
No. Mill-In the Chancery Court .1 Shelby
County, Tenn. Sarah Mask vs. tiaiaael
It apoearlng from the hill whlah Is swera
to in this cause that the defendant, Samuel
Mack, Is a nun-resident of the Btale ef Ten
nessee and that his place of residence is
unknown i
It is, therefore, ordered that1 ba make
his appearance herein, at the Ueurthous.
of Hhelby county, in Memphis, Tenn.. on
nr hofore the first Monday in Dec.mber,
lHRfi, and plead, answer or deoiar to com
plainant bill, or the same will ba taken for
oonlessml as to hi in and set for hearing ex
iarle;.and that a copy ol this order ke pub
lished once a week tor four successive weeks
In the Memphis Appeal. This Win day ot
October, HUM.
A copy Attest;
K.I. MiilMiWBU,, Clerk and Master,
II y T. II. Caldwell, Deputy 0. and M.
J. H. Duval, sollor complainant.
1114 A I; 13 H T A TVs
No. mn, H.-Ch inccry Court of Shelby
county Ktale of Tounuisoe vs. Joseph
Wheeler et al.
virtue ol an Interlocutory deoree for
.ale nntnrnil in Ihe uhove ?ana on th.
11th day ot Hotelier, lsttil, M. 11. M, paioMI, I
will soil, at public auction, to the Ii sheet
bidder, in front of tho Clerk and Master's
office, at the Main street entrance of th.
courthouse ol Shelby county, Memphis, Ten
nossee, on
Nntnrrinr, Isvanuiber 4, IHStl,
within logal hours, the following described
property, situated in bhlby county, Ten
nessee, to-wit: A tract of land about tour
miles east ot theoltyol Memphis, beginning
at the south side ot the I'igeonroost road at
its Intersection with (Hey avenue! th.no.
with said I'igeonroost road esstwardly or
southe isiwsrdly to a stake at the onrner of
Iletbel'a field to a lane known al Owen g
lam-i thence south with said lane about 28
chains to its Intersection with Walker ae
nuei thenoe with Walker avenue welt to
Oter avenues thence north with Oley avenu.
to the beginning, oontainlng on. hundred
and seventy-two seres, more or less.
Terms of Hale On a credit of six months;
note with security, bearing interest, re
quired; lien retained: redemption barred.
This November II, 1HM.
H. I. MnDoW KLL, Clerk and Master.
By 11. F. Coleman, Deputy 0. and M.
V 11. i C. W. Ilelskell, Sols. sat
TriiMtee'a MnJ.
TJAILURE having been made in th. pay
P ment ot the indobtednei'S secured in a
trust deed made by 0. M. Padgett and wife.
Kate Padgett, on the Irtlh of March, 181,
and recorded in beok Ml, page 4-iS, of tha
Hegiiter's ofSoe of Shelby county, Tonnes
soe, In pursuance ol the power therein con
ferred, 1 will, on
Hlnrly, November HO, INKS,
between 12 o'olock m and I o'clock P.m., at
the southwest corner of Main and Madison
streets, in the oily of i Memphis. Tenn., sell
to the highest bidder, for cash, the tollowing
tract! of land, lying and being on President.
Island, in Shelby county, Tennessee, and
bounded as follows!
lleginning nt the southwest corner of a 640
acre tract in the name of W. Person: thenc
north 17 chains and (0 links to a stake with
box elder, pawpaw and hickory pointers:
thence west 2(1 chains to an ash sapling with
two large Cottonwood point, rs: Ihrnce south
24 chains to a stake in the month of a ravin,
on the bank ol the chute, wl b willow, oot
tonwood and sycamore pointers: thenoe up
th. chute withlta uieanderinss a chains to
the beginning, containing 40 acres. Also,
one other tract on said island, bounded as
followi: Beginning at a box elder marked V.
on the east bank of the main branch ot th.
Missirsippi river; thence down aid river oi
chains to the extreme point ol said island!
thence north 60 east up the east ohute U
ohaim to th. saltern line of laid traot, indi
c.ted by cedar poets; thence du. north
chains to a stake in the southwest corner of
a 7dnH aore tract In the name of Koberl tum
mim i thence due west to the beginning, con
taining 4U acres said two tracts containing
ThTeJulty of redemption, homestead and
dowerexuressly waived and title believed ta
be good, out I sell al trustee on'y.
H Mil Mra
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