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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL-TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 0, 1SS0.
JCI BKIC'M IHItTtl.
A Pronounced OpT&tic Success
ENGLISH COMIC OPERA CO.
lO-SIGHT 111 st PIJICES IDA
First Tim in Megabit.
THE TBI HBMTK CLOIKI.
THE PIKATKM OF rEHZAUCB.
FRIDAY 1Ht MIKADO
ST. VALESTIN E MeTlSEK SATURDAY
Feb. U-K-17-F.C. Kami in SILVER KINO
Feb. 18-19 2U-LOTTA.
Crosby's Dime Museum
224 Mala St., Memphis.
M. B. CROSBY 6o! Proprietor
Commencln? MOSDAY.Febriarj 8th
OUR LAUOHINO-SUCCESS. TUB
Fat Women's ConYcntion
Com iod Vote for Yar Cholot ei the
TUB HORNED MULE.
Host Outiom FreaofNaiure ks;own.
1.A HOSDl'E-tht Aerial Claim Vionder.
HAYWOOD k MOORE'S ALL STAR CO.
On Plme To Al'.
JJOW II ALL WE VOTE?
xvet on xmr?
Tbe leeae la Vpo la Let Decide
Feeling 'bat the puhlie desires Information
on this subject, thi Temperance Committee
bare decided to hold a eerios of
continuing every nlfht fir wools If the way
ha open Beginning Sunday, Fooruary 14.
1H86, at II a.m.. at the Fir-t Mel hod at
Ctmreh. with a GOSPEL TEMPERANCE
SKKMON. by the Kev. C. II. MKAD. an well
kaown and so favorably reoeived at Mont
eagle last summer, lie baa for years been
prominent in tbi( work, and with neat
ability unites an exceedingly cheerful and
magical attractive nets, which always brims
ever-flowing bouses to hear htm.
The Rev. Mr. Mead will also speak at 3:90
' o'clock p.m.. at the Young Men's Coristan
Association II 11, nod at7:30p.m. at Avery
Cbapol. On Monday night, at the First Bap
tist Ckurcb, the Rev. Mr. Mead will be ns
cisted by A. A. Hopkins of New York. Mr.
iloi'kini gave a stirring address on night of
January Utith. giving a logical presentation
of facta and figures in favur of Prohibition,
abounding with luughable anecdotes and il
lustrations, lie is a pleasing speaker, seen
nd witty, and will charm all who will hear
We will also have Dr. JOHN A. BROOK?,
the gifted preacher and orator of Missouri.
Lectures will be all free. If weather is
favorable, tnny get the Exposition Building.
AnDounremen's lor meetings after Mouduy
will be u do later. We will have new musio
bonks and hope to have a choir of 100 voices.
Shall we not hope that Memphis will lollow
the example of Atlanta?
We all know that the manufacture and use
Of alcoholic drinks is the greatest evil of the
country; that the trattic enslaves women,
wreck) manhood, injures publio and privets
esrvice, peoples prisons, breeds paupers and
criminals, and thereby i mouses enormous
burdens of taxation; destroys capital and
ruins labor, soil-1 rc vents many a man from
bavin a good homo of his own.
Knowing this, rh, 11 we not Jill unite and
try to secure for the State nf Tennessee the
benefits srisinr from PROHIBITION.
BRACELET-On Poplar street, betw en
Second and Main, a silver hraoelet, with
live stiver bangles. Dealing the fnliow'ug in
itials: II. B.,0. B.,L. E., lolph and feu
ma. Finder will be rewarded by leaving
- ... . I I' . - . .
earn m t.u. rrm i sireei
SETTER A Hack and whl e setter dog,
with brown head. A liberal reward for
his return to rift St V artin street.
SITU TIP" - By man d wif. to oook and
doai" n l uuork: can furnish good
Toferoncoi. A'l lt iM, Pari h, 133 Monroe at
I" ADY Mil -T.S Actually clear 81" dully
-J with ii wmderlul New falent Rubber
lind rgar. ri or leuiales. One lady Suld 50
first two lK.ur. MRS. fl. LIU'LE,
, l.c-V-hox , Chicago. T'l -
"UPILS B a tt ache- of experience, to
JT take LK.-irix' S UN UtUTAK. Apply to
oraddreia MI'S F- R. JOHNSTON,
ft).' Court street extended.
EVERYBODY To call and see the fo'e-bra-et
fiypsy Clairvoyant, at 177 Third
street, near Poplar.
SITUAT ON By a sober, steady man of
long experience as pile driver engineer or
stationary engine. Aa-ircsa r w., aippea
MEN To sell our good in fbelb.and ad
Joiniagoountiea: will pay anon kalakt
ana all Exrx.vsgs. Write for tcrn-s and stale
alary wanted. SLOAN 4 00., Manufactur
ers, 2H-I George rtreet, Cincinnati, O.
BY an experienced salesman a position to
travel on commission fur either whole
sale grocery or dry good, house. Addr'st lor
next lour days. H. S., Anneal uffl-n
C100K At 118 Washington stroet.
J White preferred.
SALESMAN Can add Al line small sax
plus. One aiert earned 32fO several
thrs iiptof; IQi'in 'So. P.O. But 1371, N. Y.
C COMPETENT white tr'rl to do waging,
J ironing an I bonsewosk for small family;
igool wate" : reference: Protectant t referred
Mrs. II U. IMocll. Rayhurn v. cor.Jv' al k or
A OEM A nice young roan, well ao
ouaiivel in town, as canvasser for a
firsola?a pottr it painter, corner Main and
'Court streets. Entrance, Court St., Kuom 1.
.QU'UATIOX Asclerk or watchman; ood
re'erences. Adiircs J. M C. . this office
EAL ESTATE NOTES A few In small
am o u n ts scoured by Ilea . 0. Box la.
OCUPANTS For handsomely furnished
front r om. with beard: southern expo
sure, drersine-rooin attached, private fnini
ly. AduressX, Let. Car. Dave Washington.
BOARD By young man in private fainify,
in suburbs, with barn eonreniont for one
faorse: references. Address W. W., Appeal.
Apply at this office.
CHAMBERMAITI8 Two reliable cbutn-
berninktfl, at 72 Madi on street.
('I'OOD COOK White or colored, well rec
II ommendw at 87 Poplar St.. np-stairs.
LADY AORMTS-For Mrs. Campbell's
New "Tiller" a Tiller, Bustle, Hoop
skirt and Underskirt combined, lloors can
be removed and skirt leandritd. Adjusta
ble to any siae or shape. Can't break down.
Adds .grace, e'oganee and style to the skirts.
(Sells for 1210 to every well-dressed lady as
sooc as shown. Agenta double their money.
A Ira, a lull line of new furnishing goods for
ladies ;find ehildren. Acdress, with stamp,
E li.CAPDH.LA00 .
all West Randolph St., Chicago. III.
BOAKiDERS At67 Union street.
MhS. J. C. Fig ER;
AN ACIIVB MAN-0reoutof em,p'oy
men!) to begin on moderate salary and
work kiwsalf up. representing, in hi own
locality. An old eitahlithed house Referen
ces ex'fcangtd. AM. M A N U FACl UKINfi
HOUSE, It) lEarclay street, N. Y.
IRL Up-stnirs girl wanted at No. 113
vt a'b;oton etrcet. unite preierrea.
AGENTS In every section of the fourrtry
fortweNew Books, just ready. Spsciai,
Tkrus to Dies of exporienco cupable of fill
ing a large territory. State experience, age
and territory wanted. CASSELL & Co.
(limited). &22 Bcoadway, N. Y ., and 4U Dear
born sreet. Chicago.
ITUATION Ashoswekeener; can furniih
.references. A egress A.i.., this office.
ALESMEN-invrT State In the IT. ton
to represent a PAIKT MANUFACTUR
(i ESTABLISHMENT having several
Spsciamiks tbatare popular and easy sell
ing. Can be henulsd alone or in coniecti' n
svith other goods. Addrsws THE WM. B.
sVRICE MANUFtf CO.. BALTIMORE. MP.
MEN AND WOM EN-To start a new busi
ness at their homest can be dene even
ings and learned in an hour; any person
DiaViing less than iOo to JOe an hour should
send luc at onoe for apackage of samples of
goods, and 24 working sample (formulas)
to cowmenee on. Address
ALBANY SUPPLY CO , Albany. N. Y.
TVIAVELINO and Ci v Salesmen, regn
X lnJr employed by wholesale houses, to
garry ooe-half ounce sample (on eommit
sion)f new article in nse In all business
houses No samples will be sent unless ap
pl icaat nets eara of boose renre'ented by
him. U. W. Stevens, S65 North Clarke St..
Oh lea go. Tf.
i CCf MiS Yonng and old, to bring
LUUU thevOtd Clothes to Rosenstein k
Bro, and kaoe niein MDorated. Wain
Lr;e Lot of Attrtctlxe Hoist bold
Faraltnr. Chamber Sets, Dining-room
and Kitchen Furnltare, Sevea Iron Fire
Proof Safes. AT AUCTION, at 31 Union
street. Taly, Fs fc. at 10 o'clock.
A. M. ETOnTUBD Sec'tcneT.
FOR MALE UK EXCHANHE.
F)R City Property, 8 small Farms. S miles
from city. Old Kaleivh road ; will sell on
Innrtieie. Address P. K.. Madison a'.
I OK MALE OK REM .
FARMS Several Ine farms in Arkansas
and Mississippi on very easy terms and
low pm es. Address
H. J. M A HTTN. Memphis. Ten n .
IF the party who has in his possession a
CHILD'S BRACE lor ths body, which wss
handed him on the corner of Vance and Main
streets, will return it to 52U Main street, he
will be libera Iv rew.rde''.
2 WHITE COWS-One with rope around
head. reward for th.ir return to K.
B. BARTON, near Curve, llerrando real.
BROWN M APE MULE About ten years
aid: longhair. Strayed on night of be
eemb r 15th, from Benifitown. Libsrtl re-
ward for her return I
to w . M
in good towns, to
(...Men of ability with toO
o ensi oapiui as agenu
to sell the LVebratee
bunerior Clo;hes Wringer on the In-
stallme t Plan. First elass paying busi
Bess. Particulars froe.
HATI.KY WRMIB rOt Tonls. Mn.
MB. TREZEVANT, ATTORNEY AT
. LAW, Marine andt'ommercial Notary
Public, Commissioner of Deeds and U. H.
Commissioner, at the old office. No. i Madi
son strret. tOLLEUTIONS A M'ECIALTi1,
YONE Wishing the services of Topp'i
Hand should apply at itVAM'K bl.
CISTERN8 Built and repaired: and
warranted; also, brick-laying. Office 45
Madison St., or telephone MX.
KiMiWf AND BOAKII.
IJOOM Nicely furnished room, suitable
v for gentleman and wifo or two gents,
: . l i . l . II I i - .
"I OOD ROOMS With board; day boardors
VT aoeom modeled i transients also so-
.III, .J . I 'Jinl Wum..m.I mtrmat
UIIII.Ui . qvvrnu .
ijyftnu TT 1VD DI' OIICIIl il ' ' 111 ,
D lil ADAMS STRKKT.
5 NICE Rooms, furnished or unfurnished,
with or without board, at 1117 Madison St.
TWO large nnfurnished rooms, with or
witheut board, at 6& Madison street, oor
ST. JAMES HOUSE-Cor. Second and Ad
amssts, Room and board toper week;
day board, ffl M.
DESIRAHLE furnished or unfu'. room1,
4Mr)belhy, 1 blo"k from Oayoso Hotel.
2 -STORY lr.ck Residonce, 8. W. eormr
Second and Exchange sts. ; in flrst-claes
repair; eight rooms. Apply on premises.
IIXMAN PLACE-849 Lauderdale it
oO per month Apply on premises.
Ft URN ISHED Rooms for gents an I light
homokeeping, at 116 t!oart street.
ACRES Five miles ont Poplar
street road. P. K-, 32 Madison St.
1 U rOPLAK ST K EBl Cottage, seven
r.H'rooma. Apply to JIUI KEllt.
ROOMa En suite, Lee block, third floor
front. Apply at No. I Madison St.
DESIRABLE OFFICES Store-room un
der 'Tennessee Club on South Court St.,
and four offices on Second street opposite the
Cotton Exchange. Apply to
. R. B. SNOWDEN or
J. L. HOODLOK, SS Madison at.
KSIRABLB RESIDENCE 377 Linden
street. Apoly on premises, or to
DR. W. H. QRR. limn Hot 1.
JACK At F.A.Jones ACo.'s, 61 Monroe
street, one blaok Jack, fire years o'.d, and
a roeH one.
OUSE On Walnut street, Inst south of
Vancei lot over m teet tronr.. nppiy
to KLLhTT HOUSrUH.
AT Nf WPOKTNEWS.VA.-lOOOIots.SOl
feet water fro t, 4C feet deep. For full
in.oriiiHIion address WM. A. DEAN,
47 Lexington street, Baltimore, Md.
Oft HEAD MULES AND HORSES - Vnr
StO ossli, or payable Septeuiber 15, 188G,
with good s.curi.y.M pATTERS0N , CQ,
B ARtJAIN VILLA KDFN FRUIT
AND VEiETBLR FA KM --On New
Raleigh P ke, 1 miles fr'm Brick Churoh,
Phels.a: 9 acre, No. 1 land, house C rooms.
servants' homes, stablos, barns, cribs, dairy
house, well and cistern; also, WJO kuiheii
corn, hay and fodder, seed potatoes, turnips,
sparagus beds, hot beds and sash, agricul
tural Implements, household and kiWhen
furniture, rows, calves, ho'ses, mules,
wusons and harness. Apply on premises.
J. T. BERLIN.
HORSE-A sale, reliable lumily buggy
. hoi te one well known to Ibecitisens
of Memphis. Apply at tne liverv stable of
F. A. J ON ES A CO.
POST Cedar fencing posts (or sa e by
W. R. LAKK1N, Lsrkinsville, Ala.
TpiIH OLD HEN ISLAND In sight of
L Memphis; lM) acres, of wtucn aooutavu
cleared and ve-y rich land. A bargain can
be sscu.ed by application &
Ra It'I " and all to the
' IMPORTER AND DEALER IN '
bluns, Ammunition, Finding Tackle
and Sportsmen's Bupplies, .
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
84 Main Street, atmpkls, Terna:
Manufacturing and Repairing of Ouns a
Specialty. erTelspbone No. 9U8-
Iioporter and Dealer in
Uune, riahiasr Tarfcle ! Nporta
lueu'a stapptKx aur Special attention
given to MANUFACTURING and RE.
413 Wain St. , Item nil In. Tcnn
Johst OvgRTun, Jr.
C. N. UKOKVg.VOB.
OVERTON & 6B0SVEN03,
Real Estate Dealers
Office, 264 Second Street.
si. M. Vor. ecssssei mm ajessra.
RFAL IHTATI BOUSHT AND BOLD,
Taxes Paid. Bents OollsOted. eto., ca
SHE a & McCiUTHY.rropr'?,
HO, 142, 144 Front, Memphis.
ONI Of THI LARSKST BOILIK SHOPS
In the South- and the only eomplete
Boiler and Svet-Irei Works In tkeeity.
afstetairero of heavwy aslate I rest
wers of every ieeerlstJos. BpeeisJ
ttttiUvi; a.?. iwim
SIT DOWN, SMITH !
(Lil'GHTER AliAIX SEATED AS
THE rUESIUlSU OFFICEK
Of the Conntj Court One of the
Liveliest tealoag la IU
Yesterday waa a great day in the
County Court; a trra'. victory for the
idrocatea ol reform andaWater!o
for the ring. Tbey fought with all
the desperation of dest air t the very
last ditch, expiring with their ahat
tered and broken arm, in theia hande,
waving them hopeleeely in a futile
rsjre. At 9 o'clock the maarietratea
began collecting at the Conrt-House
and for an honr the scene in tae ro
tunda was one cf the liveliest descrip
tion. THI COURT J 89 : MULES.
A little a'ter 10 o'rlxk they got t
gether in tbe touit room. Jalico
York to k the chair, and the following
members answered to their Danes.
Thorna?, ' Stewart, Jones, Llarrison,
Williams', ! AlleB, Jukeon, Uourke,
Spelman, Qiigley, vvintere, Pope,
Tryor, Coleman, B akwell, Shieverv,
Ciois, Hughe, Wei born, Mercer, J.
W. Allen, J. M. Flnming, Harrell,
Moore, Brett, Graham, Holratp,
Plunket, Davie, Smith, Elliott, Thos.
Flemirg, Egnew, Powe, Mason,
Slaughter, Lland, Porter, ilughey ana
Justice Brett was the first man on
his feet. He moved tta", the court a',
once proceed to t le elt-ct'on of an as
sossor f r the Tenth Ward.
ortTINO DOWN TO DUSINE81.
Jmtice Galloway thought the Couit
had better dispose of tbe real busineee
on hand first. Aa a preliminary atep
he n ovedltt at tbe Court pass upon the
right of Messrs. Cross and Mercer to
vote on any questions which might
come before tbe Court.
caoes and mebcbr's ilioiuility.
Justice Moore said he hai a resolu
tion which would cover the caee, and
o 3V red oae declaring that Croes and
Mercer ware not entitled to vet , and
further that they were not justices
cf the peace. He finally consented to
strike out the lkt er clause. The reso
lution aa amended was seconded, and
Justine Brett then moved that the
Oour ty Attorney be atked o give his
opinion as to tbe rigbt of tbe gentle
men named to participate in tbe de
liberations of the. court. As they had
both vctid far Smith tbe result tf this
inquiry was of the greatest import
ance), a ad a pin could have been heard
to fail when
T.lg COUNTY ATTORNEY'S C PINION AS
Mr. Jordan immediately arose and
said he required no time for consider
ation, though he disliked ti render an
opinion because he must decide
against two gentlemen who btti been
among the most f tlicient members of
tbe body. He it tied distinctly and
emphatiru'ly that in his opinion they
had no right to seats at magis
trates, the corporations for which
they Lai been elected 1 aving been
abolished. He save hie reasons
athngtb, citing the celebrated llalfey
case aa adjudicated by the Supreme
Comt, and the atti cf the Legislature
abolisuiog Bartlett and Hayaville. He
and pumped aid cajoled by the friends
of Mr. Smith, but was unshaken in
his opinion. Speeches were made by
Meesre. B.coks, Martin and Wright in
favor of rejecting Crafts and Mercer,
and by Meesre. Eartea'i, Turley and
Patterson in favor of maintaining
them in their sea s. Mr. Turley made
as piwertul of speech aa could have
been made on hie side of the question,
but failed to meet the arguments oj
the other aide, which had for their
bans not only the HaUev decision,
but the act abolishing Baitl tt, which
states that "all Unites created by virtue
of the corporation" are declared va
cant. A vote wat aboattobetaken on Jus
tice Moore'a renlatoi, when tbe
hoatj htai and roseate vitae o!
win granted the injunction aga'nt
Slaughter, arose f om behind the
r iling with the salu'a'ion, "May it
pleBH tbe Court I ' The court, ntteir-
ly unprepared for this eurpise patty,
beceuie sti I ', while Judge LVmluss
made a speech egatnBtthe aiviaabillty
of throttling the twoYo ces far Smith.
Justice PoeTel, lifter tbe ltwyers had
F (linn and a ntitnber of Mr. Smith's
IrtenUs lind exuaueleil tliemselvcs
moved that the tesolutioi of Mr.
Mco.e tie put to a vote.
JUSTICE MCOBE'S BI-ajLlITIOS.
Following i3 the resolutioa in full
Wiikbfsb, the chancellor, in the cine of
State ex roi. U. K. Smith vs. D C. Slaugh
ter, has decided that wherever tho chatter of
a municipal corporation has beoa repealed,
the office of iustlce of the oeace. elected bv
the voters ol said corporation, is nlso vacated
and abolished; and whereas, W. R. Cross
was elocted justice of the peace for the in
corporated town of liartlett, and J. A. Mer
cer lor tne incorporated town or uaysvuie;
and whereas, bv chanter 3ti. naae 89. of tho
acts of HVi, the charter of the town of liart
lett was reiieatod, and by ebnpter 114, page
21'.i. of the said acta, ths charter of the town
of Ilaysville was repealed and said munici
palities abolished, and the offices of said
Cross snd Mercer thereby vacated; therefore
HtmlrxH, Tnat said W. R. Crors and J. A.
Mercer are no longor me in bets of tbis court,
and have no Tight to participate in its pro
ceedings. The resolution waa passed by a vote
of 21 to 11, the devotid eleven being
Justices Thomas, Riorke, Spelmam,
Winters, Welborn, Plunket, Davie,
Elliott, Thomas Fleming, Egnew and
Galloway. Several of the member
declined to vote.
AS TO TUB FORTY VOTBS.
Justice Galloway tben moved that
the mart decide whether or not forty
msgis'rates were preeent and votiog
when tbetfamaus first ballot was taken.
A scene of cot fusion ensued. Here
the real issue was sprung. If forty
magistrates declared they ha I voted,
acording to tbe Chancellor's dec t
ion, Mr. Smith must be inducted into
cilice, if lees than forty then Mr
Slaughter must take tbe chair. Quiet
was finslly retlored, and as each man's
name waa ealled he answered in tbe
sflirmttive except Justice Lee Allen,
colored. When his name was reached
Mr. Mc Brooks arose with a paper in
bis hand, and there were loud
CBICS Cr " SIT DOWN "
from Smith's side of the house. Some
insisted that Allen should be allowed
to answer in his own may and others
that he should answer plainly "yes"
or "no." He rose in his seat four or
five times, there were motions a -d
counter-motions and half the coart
i was moving reBtieawy noum cuiua a
1 friends realised that something was
About to drop. They had secured Al
len's affidavit that he voted oa the
first ballot, which wonld make tbe re
quired forty, but they were nfiaid tbe
tn'h would come oat. At last the
clerk got possession of the paper and
was allowed to read it It ran ai fol
lows: JUSTICE LEE ALLEN'S EXPLAKATIOJf.
State of Tennessee. County of Shelby. Be
fore the Honorable County Court, January
bef.ro me Thomas M. Bland, an acting
lUeUiM Mi luk ib al4 Jvf IU sUivis
State and county, personally appeared Lee
Allen, who. beirg first duly sworn. that
be is one of the justices of the peart tor the
above State and county, repre.eniing the
Fourth Civil District. Affiant says urther,
that on or about the H.h of Janusry, I wl, he
made and subscribed to aa aflnlavit tied in
the case of relator Smith vs. D. C Slaugh
ter in tbe Chancer Court (said a (hint waa
sw irn to before Justice Thomas Iteming),
in said affidavit I said that on the flnl Mon
day in January, 1SS6. being the fuarlh day
of said month, that I was presrnt in the
Okelby County Court when the firrf ballot
was cast for tbe chairmaa of said ruirt. and
voted on said ballot. Affiant now slvs that
he ada this affidavit from an impression
that it waa correct from informatioi he ob
tained on said occasion from Justice Spen
ser Itarie. a member ef said court, to-wit:
1 was not present in the ciurt oa
said occasion, and the roll of magistral -s
was called but eaiue into court whiles ballot
was being taken for tbe ehairmas of said
court. I asked said J unties Spenser 1'avie if
he had voted yet, he aaid no, they were jut
now proceeding to vote. 1 had supioied ha
meant the first ballot. Afliatt no states
Irons what ha has since learned fnm those
K resent at the laging of the first ballot that
a was probably mistaken in its b.mg tbe
first ballot, and he is of the opinion that it
was not the first ballot that had bees taken,
for the chairman on said occasion, tnd that
he was tlius misisd in the etetemeit made
in said affidavit above referred to.
J. A. Al.l.Ktf.
Subscribed to before me this the a h day of
February, ltud. T. M. BLAND, J. l.
His vote was immediately chal
lenged by Justice Galloway, and a re
teia of an hour taken.
At 2 o'clock the court reassembled,
every member in his seat. Justice
Gall iway moved tl a', a enmmhea; of
two from each side be appointed to i
hear proof as : whether Allen vo'ed
Justice Moire moyed that the min
utes of tbe first day the thy Slaugh
ter was elect (d be adopted.
"So that is the progtamme is it?"
la'd Justice Galloway with a sneer.
"ltiere is no progia-nme alxr.it it,"
said Jusiica Mo re. "If tbe minutes
which showed Slaughter s election are
correct, we want them adopted."
Eotn motions were finally with
drawn, and it waa decided tiat tbe
whole court should hear evidunce.
TUX HEAL 1KUI.
Justice Powel then tflered the fol
lowing: Bt it llfotnJ, That forty members of
this Court did uot vote in the first ballot east
f..r Chairman on January 4lh, lsttu.
Justice Galloway moved to strike
out the word "not." Carried.
Affidavits, siiim of a negative and
others ..f a positive charax Ur, ware
tben averred on botb sides. Halt a
dozin swore positively that Allon did
vote, and ball a donn tnat be did
not vote on the first ballot.
V. U B.tWLINOS
was then called to the stand, aid.
utter giving bis evidencs tbat Allen
did not vote, win submitted t) a ciots-
qaes'io iing by Slaughter's a t irncys.
'Ul J you go outto Le Aiien sbouse
Saturday night?" Mr. Martin asked
"How did j on go?"
"In a buggy."
"At whose instance."
Mr. Rowlings "hesitated and moved
ubout nneatlly in his chair. When the
quett'on was pressed he replied, "At
tie inttince of Frank Gibaou."
"Did he go with you?"
"Pretty rou?h real wasn't It?"
"Oh, about nine m leg."
"Did you have bottle a'oa;?"
"Well yes, bat I don't think
thst is any of your business."
"As a matter of fact, did jo i net go
a', tbe solicitation ol Mr. Smith?"
"Well, I don't kiow about that."
"What was the ojett of your
"We wanted to tell him we were
his friends and be must stand by his
Sensatiot in couit
"1 heard charges of pet jury male
sgaiDBt him," Mr. lUwlingi went on
to say, ' and I wanted to have him
nut himself right."
"What time was it when you went
"About 0 o'clock."
- "And when did you return with
Mr. Ktwlinga was then allowed to
retire from the stand, and oae or two
others testified to iiwut the same
thing aitbev had already madoilli
davit to. F. T. Cassells. cnfoied, was
also called. He denied tbu he win in
the pay of Smith ; that he had boated
of having bo u git Justice Field, etc ,
and wound up by Bityiug he thought
be saw Allen vote.
A BILLT qUAROB,
Jmtice Winterscilled Justice Fiuidt
to tbe stand and asked him if 8!angii
ter tiaid him for his vote. He eai'i no,
"Did I not bo 8 liitu give yoi $:) in
fr nt of the Couit House l.tst week
Fit Id. would have answered, bnt aat
cut otr by Justice Galloway. Jmtce
S'aighter a'taiward ststed that while
standing with Winters one day la;t
wtek fields apprcasbea blm, and,
telling blm lie bad some money com
fng to him in the Ciiraiual Couit, but
Mr. Capers waa absent, asked for a
loan of 13. He gave it to him, and
Fields tild him he wonld give him in
order on the Clerk of tbe Court; that
when Fields had gone Mr. Winters
turned to him and said: "Aba! you
are bribing that d nigger to vote for
you, are you?" and he explained the
case lo ntm.
Justice Fields made a similar state
ment, and added that he gave Gen.
Vaughn the order In Mr. Slaughter's
favor for the $3, as ha had Bald he
Mr. Winters denied that he nsed
the eipreasion d nigger, but
Justice Slaughter was emphatic.
The proof all in, Justice Galloway
moved that, as tbe time fir adjourn
ment was so nea-, court adjourn until
next day, when tbey could hear the
arguments of counsel on both aides.
Geo. Wright said it was merely a
question of fact,. and that his side did
not care to make any speeches.
It was then 3:40 o'clock, and if the
0 untry magistrates expected to get
Dome oa the accommodation trains
they must dt their work quickly.
Every other effort failing, Justice Gal
loway got up to his feet and began a
speech uurnst time. When he was
out of breath Justice Winters got up
aad began a tiiale. Justice Harrell
saw the game and appfu'ed to the
C inrt to stop it and let the conrt trant -act
its business in a dignified way and
go Dome. Slaughter's frierlds a esnred
him and etch other, however,
of their intention to stay all night if
oeceesary. They were dttji mined to
seat Slaughter btfire they left. A
motion was then made by Justice
G tlloway to adjourn until 9 o'clock in
tne morning and lo it by a vote of 19
to 18. Instantly another motion was
tben made by J tit t ice G illoway, in tbe
hope of consuming time, to adjourn
until 10 o'clock in the. morning, but
WHEBE SMITH WAS DEFEATED.
That question falling to the ground,
the qoestion as to whether forty voted
en the famous first ballot or not waa
allowed to go to a vote, and tbe teet
waa fatal to Mr. Smith. Filtaen vctid
in tbe alQrmat've, and ninttjen in the
OfgiUT, U ItfJiW. J'nw, IbAdueW,
Iijurke, Spelman, Winters. Pope,
Pryor, Welborn, Hnlsmao, Plunket,
Davie, Ellio't, Fleming, Egnew,
Hughey and Galloway. Aats-Joneo,
Harrison, Williams, Lee Allen, Jack
eon, Qiigley, Colemap, Shievers, J. W.
Allen, Hughes, FielJ, J. M. Fleming,
Harrell, Moore, Graham, Powd, Ma
ion, Bland, Potter.
Justices Stewart and Brett declined
By way of variation the court then
appoint d John Ko hereon road com
miseiooer of tbe Eleventh Dittrict,
vice John Qnonichet, resigned.
DID SMITH ACQUIESCE.
Justice Powel then offered tbe fol
lowing, the second resolution append
ed to J odge McDonald's decision :
B it raoerat. That Justice C. K. Smith
did acquiesce in and assent to the taking of a
sveond ballot at the election for Chairmaa
on January 4tb.
Several of the members tried to put
stop to the proceeding by leavirg
their seats ami trying to brink tip a
quorum. Jnetices Stewart and Win
t'rs rerra'ned but did not vo'e, but
the resolution waa carried nnveithe
less by a vote of 20 ti 3, nt follows:
Ayr. Jones, Harrison, williatne),
Lee Allen, Jackson. Qnicley, Coleman,
BUckwell, Khiover, Hugties, J. W.
Allen, rielils, Homing, Harrell,
Moore, Graham, Powel, Mason, B'and
A'iis. Pope and Pryor.
Those who folded their tents and
(tola away were Thomts, Uonke,
Spelman, Welborn, lloleruan, l'luo-
ket, Uavte, ivliott, i nomas rieming,
Hughey and Galloway.
NOTICa Or1 API'IAL.
Jostice Smith then gave re .ice that
he would ask an appes.1.
A POTENT CHARM.
The next step a at to sea'. Slaughter,
a'ltliet'rms et the Chancellor's de
cision having been complied with, and
nearly all of Smith's supporters got up
and left, In the hope of destroying tbe
Tbe cnairmm ctred out, n tney
were leaving, tlm' there waa an asses
sor to elect, and tbey returned almost
to a man.
Justice Powel nominated T. D. Mul
lorv ami Justice Elliott nominated
Tliomua F t mini, who waa eleitid by
a voieci Hi to 15.
Jmtice SI tighter was then inducted
into ollltte, and bis bond of f 5000, with
J. M. Coleman, M. I'. Pearce and
Holmts Cummins as sureties, was ap
proved. He made a brief speech, re
gretting that tbe business of the coun
ty hal been so long interrupted, but
adding that he knew no one would
lay tbe blame upon him. He asked
tbe support of the court, for tbe coun
ty's good, which was pledged him.
A. K. Hanco:k was granted a cer
t ficate c f good moral character.
GALLOWAY'S OHEAT ORIGINAL MOTION.
Justice Williams moved that the
nm ion made by Justice Galloway on
Jauuary 11th be eiaied from the min
The minutes of the preceding ourt
were then adopted, and the court ad
journed ontil to-day.
LOCAL. U OT1CES.
Suibts, all styles, made to order.
Memphis Steam Shirt Factory and
laundry, 224 Second street.
Buitst'ii cV Son, tinners have removed
to 20 and 22 Beale street.
Memphis Stained Glass Wobes, 330
Third street. Call and see.
Central Nukbehy, No. 99 Market
stroet, is the nearest place in the city
for plants- aud cut flowery.
China gilded and fired by Mrs. Lis
xie Fnm, Holly Springs, Mies.
Bazar ftahiou sheets for February.
41 North Court. John V . Key & to.
J. II. Lowrby, M.D., llomeopttblf t,
318 Main street ; telephone UHl.
The finest and beet selected stock
of gas fixtures in the city, at bottom
prices. J, A. bailey a uo.
Brown's Bronchial Troches for
coughs and colds: "There is nothing
t J he compered with tuein
REV. 0. D. WATKINS, Walton, Ind
Mihs Caiihir M. Keating can be
found everv dav at E. Wilr.mann ik
Co. s, 223 Second street, from 4 to 5
o clock p.m.
Tea Herbal Chill Cure, the beat
tonic and aint-perioilio known. A certmu
an suio cure lor chills Vrice 81 per bot
tle. Hew atamis for circulars. Any rof-e-ene
giion. Address John 0. Rucker.
Tub most Hicacious stimulantn to
excite tbe appetite nre Angoetura
Bitters, prepared by Dr. J. G. II. Sie
gert & Hons. Beware of counterfeits,
Ask your grocer or druggist for the
C. D. ii mi, veterinary surgeon, of
New York, but decided to locate per
manently in Memphis. He treats all
diseases of hornet), mules, cattle, sheep,
swine and dogs. Calls, day or night,
answered promptly. Office at Jonrs
& Co. 'a stable, 01 Monroe strett; tele
phone 402. Residence, Fransioli
House; telephone 32.
Tin Tyler Dask Company of St.
Lmis, Mo., the largest makers of
Ollice Furniture and Desks in Amer
ica, have just issued a new 04 page
Illustrated Catalogue, In colors, which
excels anything cf the kind ever be
fore attempted. Send 4c. in stamps for
a copy, and see their new Table and
Bed Combined, also their new Desk,
Bed and Book Cine Combined. Tbey
may properly be classed among the
wonders pf the age. Mention this
FBEPABB FOR FLOOD.
Foundations, cellar walla and build
ngs subject to overflow should he con
B'.mcted with Louisville Cement. It If
Cur lJUouea of
Horses, Cattle, Sheep
DOGS, HOGS, POULTRY,
In nse for over 29 years by Farmers,
Stockbreeders, Horse It. It., 0.
Uocd by U. S. Government.
mw STABLE CHART -V
Mounted on Rollers A Book Mailed free.
Humphreys' Med. Co., 109 Pulton St., Bf.T.
HOMEOPATHIC f) f
specific no. a a
In uh ju jrAf-tt. . ThtioiilT mnccwarni nmmdj for
Nervous Debility, Vital Weakness.
and Prontritioo, fmtn vr-work or olhtr cuic
Th only Rncretwrat rtrrifdy for
a i A .1.1. . I.m ... I ,um..I. f. tl
SoiJiiir HnmiKTH. ornx pnatpairt on rcriptof
Halas nr-, V" I I l' I III' -
HANAN',8 WALKING FAST.
WSAT mi SAT ABOtJT II
KfW. 81 M Pftrk TOW, I
Mem York. rWpC SU. lteft.
nsRRa. bogkiui; vxvr oa
Omttamtni Having notloM la itilsi mornta
9unrourvlfmiiH)iiMinC swivtwrtuuf U liavnan
Wauienptiaat ahu ao.l b you, I oannot rvttYain
from rxprwainc , uauUit4r, mw MUateuuoo w.ih
psUr which fcfUr yar aliasjat otmunuouo
wmt, I am JusH about oianarttinc, I hal teaa ao
miatotnarj to hawing mv ahoea maitooror, pay
lnc lrom$9 to CIS pair Air thaaatn. Utt aum
varwl nwaa a yaar atfo-wviahliia; fbr pair of
hoiHeUahortnoUrwfKr (rlptoth BioiiuUina, X
tpHl into yotii awtmbttaftaent and purrhaaod
plr ci Ranan, vr aaaa aad oumfbrt on lonf
framoa la tL oooutrr I hav ermr h4 xhir
giMl oa MkJ ftoM wKila ter tfcnbllt hmr
ouaaaboat aa DsMst tlva IrUhmao'v fcloai a aajr
wtuiur w mw. Ma aai ha " ilirln'l oar what
lUDd of ahoaa ha had ao kM M tha appam war
liKlaatracUbi ana tha ausaa war madoof atr
att. Thajr haw wora out the aaooad aoVa aifci
ill oprara ar at i U paHsM'tl j auaad ami a tola.
lam tztad to add at teatimoa lo thmr fatal
ja , Uunafh a total aarariftw to tha HanaD'a or
In aajr mmbm ci jmit flna, and you aaa a
hkmrt to maka aor aat of taia unnm iii.tithm
eVOaftMVIVt UfrT- - -
Ths New York Weekly Star
Ths Memphis Weekly Appeal
will be rnralabf.l e anbarrlbere at
tl SO per year. The STAR la pah.
llahed la allr, Raeda and Weekly
edlllena), by Wa, Oorahrlmer. Tbe
Weekly la a tttat-elaaa alslrea-itase
A Valuable Paten'.
Danay'a (tloree) 'onu aasl Pea riaa-
B A VINO perfected my In sent Inn. I wish
a il.ice it before fie public, especially
an -nnfsctii . Aa a "'-in Claeier, it is a
perlect ees opens tbe ilrill, diitribetes
the seed so. .. rautiy, uuiuiereil, and covers
the same, therebv one man perfnrultiE the
work of three. Ino- hare hean used in
this section tor over a dmrn years with per-
ect satisfaction, tan lire rospoi Bible testl
JUliN tl. ItAWUr, I'ancyTiite,
llavwond CMintr. Tenn.
i. M. STANLEY,
S5 HsHllamu Mtreel. ilemsibia, Team.
A FULL stock of Wooden and Metallte
Oast a and Caskets. Burial Kobes, etc.,
always on nand. Orders by Talofraiih or Tel
ephone Prom in ly attanitait to.
Cum Diliousness, DvewPSiA.TonPin Liv ..
SlOK HEAOAOHE, MALARIA. iHOIOtSTIOM. OGIM
8TOMAOH, B0 BRBATM. VSStTlOO, tVSMTIMV,
JAUMOICB. EMLAROrO 8PISM. DROWblM. M
rriR Mcals. o, Without Ohipinu, BiOHaM
INO OR WBAKt NINO THS fJVBTSM.
DO, OMB BEAN. PRIOIt, 0B CEUI1H
Ask for II1I.H llKANH-TakanoHuhilltiile. Ilalk.1
Kianyn.lilna. a(irtalii..lmi.. bol; U'S
anit M.llcllielleilleraeerlien. tllnnlar. .
l SSMITHA CO. H"fnitss. St. Uoula.fwn
.T. F. II0LST & BRO.,
(aft c'hsbors to n. if. iiolht a hko.)
' tiv ti
20 MAIN ST., BIEStrillS.
A FULL and eomplsie stock of Wood and
sa.tnlllo Cases and Uaaacts, Cloth -Cor-erod
Caskets and Itnrial Kobes always on
haod. sasrUrdars br teleerarh promptly
Notice Is Hereby Mlven,
THAT the annual mtetlna of the stock
huldera ul lh. Chesapeake, Uhio
and rioutuwestorn Railroad Coin pan r
fur the election of Directors and
such other bu.lnesa aa may come before the
meetini, will be held at tbe office of 1 lie
Company, in the city of Memphis (called the
Tsxiii District et bhelhy County), Tenn..
on the ft ! r t April, instil, at 12
o'clock noon of tliatday, and that the lease
fruiuthat Company to the Newport News and
Mis-issipp! Valley Company will be sub
mitted to the stockholder for their consent
thereto and approval Ubereif. Transfer
books will be closed from Mareb i'Lh to
lly order of tha President and Ilotrd of
Directors. IS A AO K.U AXKSiJiecrolury
CH INCERT SALE
II L AI. JKHTATK.
Ho. 63(ri, R. Chancery Court of Shelby
eounty Btate o Tennessee for Its own
use, rte , vs. 1'. M. Winters et al.
BY virtue ol an Interloentory decree for
sal , entered in the above cause on th.
ltd dat cl Noveii ber, IHSA, M. II. M, pais
2.S, I will sell, at public auction, totbehixh
est bidder. In front e tbe Clerk and Mas
ter's office, courthouse of bhclby oounly,
Memphis, Tenn., on
rinlurdny, rebraary !IO, IHHH,
within le.s boon, the followin described
property, situdii d In Memiihla, Hhelby
county, Tennesseo, to wit: I'urt of block 'A,
oeuntry lot iM, Hi feet front by 1!00 feet deep,
eat side ol Third street, Ml let south of the
south line of country lot 4H'. Hold as prop
erty of 1'. M. Winter, and others.
Terms ol bale On a credit ol six months I
note with security bearing Interest reuuired;
lien retained; redemption barred. ThiiJan.
rl. I. MnDOWELL, Clerk and Master.
Ilyj. Al. Uradley, lieim'y C. and M.
. H si C. W. Ilelskell, sols.
THE undersigned having qualified as ad
minis tratriz of I'biliu bauer, deceased,
hereby notihes all debtors to come forward
and settle, and all creditors to present their
Mils, properly probated. All goods held
fur charges must be removed by the 21st of
boots, bboas. Tools, Shnw-Cases and Fixt
ures lor sale at less than cost.
Adm'rx of Philip Haner, IS) Jefferson st.
AVINO nualified aa administrator of
the estate of Frank Duncan, deceased.
notice is hereby given fur all part ea having
claims against said estate to die same with
me: and all parties indebted to said estate
will settle at ence. Memphis, Tens., Jan.
27.1HH6. fril KKyjTlt. DIINfiaN. aitm'r
BM0CRAX3 TO THK FRONT Te all
peraioae seeking Government Em
ployment Id any of the departments at
Washington, or any other poritions under
theUoveriment, I will send full Instructions
aa to bow to (.veeeeal to obtain the same,
and Hlaast ferns ml ApplieaUess on
rei-elpt e ne Dollar. Aster Jo.iar
at. miimAAil, Avi-lse mam, tlaaea.sja.
Tti-sTrno, Canada West, Ont.
Msasai. Fi taivg Bans. :
MH.a Vuur pills osmeall right, and lean
lay they are a rood bilious pill. I have used '
a great many pills, bnt 1 can say Dr. C. Me
Lane's r'ills, aaaau'aotured by Fleminc
llros., are geaaiae. And. gentlemen, you
have my thanks in sending. 1 gave some of
those pills to my neighbors for a trial. One
of my neighbors got three pills. He said
they did help him. Us tell the next day like
anew man. lie wishes Be to send for Ifiy
cants' worth for him. (0, gent'emen, I will
do all I can to introduce Dr. C. MoLane's
Liver Pills, manufactured by Fleming Broth
ers. Yours, with respect,
1M. II. DU9AN.
Flsuixo Bans. :
lHia Sikh Inclosed you will find one
dollar fur which you will please send me
more of your Dr. C. McLsne s Liver Pills. I
trust you have received tbe pay lor tha last
two boxia 1 ordered and received. I would
only ssy, they have done me more good than
1 could express, I feel much better now than
I have for twi years past. Yeurs tru y.
REV. PHIL. KPAkflT.
West nandlake, N. V.
AVOID rorNTKMrstirnt Bend ar
ftcand we will send yen by return mail
a box of the genuine Dr C. McLane s Cele
brated l.iver Pills and eiaht handsome cards.
FLKMINit DHOi., Pitubu'ih, Pa.
For sale bv retail druieiits. Re sur the
MoLane's PPIs you I ay are made et Pitts
burgh, l'a, Tbe counterfeits are made at
bt. Louis. Mo , and Wheeling. W Va.
Ailawliiiif ut Notice.
rtrfore J. M. Coleman, J. P., for Shelby
rouniy, Tenn., J. al. M.lcne and R. J.
Itlaek. Ktm-utors of J. W. Caldwell vs. Mor
ris A Milchtll.
In this cause an attachment having keen
sued out uuder section :M.6 ol the Codo of
TenBese0( and returned levied Ufion the
properly ot the dclendant by garnishment
on the Mississippi and Teaneaee Railroad
Company, who answer that they a-e In
debted to defendants in the sum of tie) ,
due ey account, and sffidavit having been
made that defendant is indebted to the
plaintiff in the sum of t'Ml 17, due by ac
count, and that the claim is Just, and that
the aetendant is a non-resident of the Htato.
of Tcnnessce, it is therefore ordered that
said defendant make his personal eppeer
aaoe before me on the 1st day of starch,
1-Vi, at 10 o'clock am., at aiy olBce, No 12
Madison street. Memphis, Tenn., and de
foad said at'aohment auit within the time
pieacribed by law, or the same will be pro
ceeded with ex parte i and that a copy of
mi. orusr oe puoti.ned
ed once a week for lonr
weeks in the Dan. v Arrest.
Ibis the 1st day of Krbruarv, 1HM.
J. M. (Jul. KM .N,. I. P. .
Melons A Watson, Atlornoys tor Plaintiffs.
Before J. M. I ol'man, J. P., for Shelby
county, lenu., F. L. Waruwva. P. T. aer-
In this cause an attachment having bean
sued out under tection St'io of tae Code of
Tennessee, and returned levied upon the
troperty of ilia ihlenlant, and attdavit
arias been made that delenduntis indebted
to the plaintiff in tha sum ot tsaxi. due by
note, end that the claim Is Just, and that the
defendant is a nun-resldent of ths (State nf
TenueSfi-e, it is therefore ordored that said
defendant make his personal appearance be
fere me on the 1st day of March, It), at 2
o'clock p.m., at my ollico, No. I'i Madison
street, Memphis, T'onn., and defend raid at -tai-titnent
suit within the time proscribed by
law, or the same will be proceeded with ex
parto; and tbat a copy ol tins older be pub
liidicd nnca a week fur four wevks in the
This tho 1st day of Felirnarv. ISNA.
In .1 M rill, KM V ,T P
Before J. M. Coleman, J. P., for Sholhr
county, Tenn., W. L. Cenway vs. llrillln k
In this cause an attashment having been
sued out under section HilA of the Code of
Tennessee, and returned levied upon tbe
property of tho tlcfomlanl, end alliilevil hav
ing boon inado that dsfondant Is Indebted
to the plaintiff In the sum nf 117 40, due by
sccount, and that the claim Is Just, and
that I ho defendant is a nun resident of the
btate of Tennessee, It it therefore ordered
that said defendant make hia personal ap
pearance livlure me on the 1st day of March.
Iai, at 11 o'clock a.m., at my oftioe. No. i
Miuliion street. Memphis, Tenn.. and de
fend laid attachment suit within the time
presi-rilied by law, nr the same will be pro
ceeded with ei-iarte; and that acoprof
this onler bo published ouoe a week lor four
weeks in the lUll.Y Afi asL.
This the 1st day of February. 1KSS.
J. JVt. UU bulla N, J. P.
llsforo J. M. Coleman. J. P., for Shelby
county, Tenn,, J. M. Mauler vs. Charles
Long ana M. K. Long.
In this ciiiiso an aitachmeot having been
sued out undor soction .H'vi ol the Code of
'ienner.eu, and returned levied upou the
properly ot the defendant, and affidavit hav
ing been made that defendant is Indebted to
the p'aiiitiH In tho sum ol H M, due by ac
count, and that the eliilm is Just, and that
the defendant la a non-resident of the btate
of Tennessee, it Is therefore ordered that
mid dulondant make his usrsonul appear
ance heluru me on the 1st day of March,
lawi, at It o'clock a.m., at my oluce, No. li
Ma lis.in street, Memphis, Tonn., tnd de
fend in Kl attachment auit within tho time
prercrilind by law, or tbe same will be pro
ceeded with as parte: and that a enpy of
this order be publis s d once a woek lor lour
weeks in the Daily Ai-rs.v.
This tho 1st day of Februarv, ltOKI.
tu J. M. CoLblMAN, J. P.
lli-Tore J. M. Coleman, J. P., for Shelby
county, Tenn., Millmrn (1 In and Machine
Company vt. Joseph Ralston.
In this cauao an attachment having been
sued out undsr sen' Ion 'M!& of the Code of
TeniioBce, and returni-d levied upon the
properly of Hie defend ant. and affidavit hav
ing lii-en made that del'endiint is indebted to
the pluintill in the sum ul' I-H 111, due by ac
count, and that the claim is Just, and that
the ile'ondant la a non-resident ol the State
of Tennesseo, it is thcreforo ordered tbat
said ilcfoiidiiiit inuke his I orsunal nppear
ii ino before tne on the 1st duv n( March,
lKM(l,iil )2 o'clock in., at nfv ollice. No. li
iMiiiliroii street, Memphis, Tenia., and dn
leml snid itltachiiarni suit within the time
proscribed by law, nr the same will be pro
ifnded with ex-parte: and tnat a copy of
tins urilvr be published once a week for lour
weeks in tho lun.r A sen a i,.
Thli the In t day of Fobruarv. ISKI,
til J. M. COLEMAN, J. P.
Al ijM'liiiicitt !toite.
Defore .?. M. Colsman, J. P., for Sholby
cniintv, Tonn , James Jay ISiuith A Co. vs.
E.S. Davit A Co.
In this cause an attachrcent having been
sued out undor section Itl.Vt of the Code of
Tennessee, and returnod lovltd upon the
proper iv ot the defendant, and atliilavit hav
ing been made that defendant la indebted to
tho plaintiff In the sum of H'i, due by ac
count, and Hint the cluim is Just, snd that
ths defendant is a noa-iesident of tha Btate
of Tennessee, It Is therefore ordered that
laid defendant make bis personal appear
ance betore me on the 1st day of starch,
lHWi. at 1 o'clock p.m., at mv office, No. li
Muillsun stroet. Momph's. Tenn., snd de
fend said attachment suit within the time
proacrioed by law, or the same will be pro
ceeded with et-jiartei and that a copy of
this order be publiihed onee a we.k lor four
week. In the Daily Apprai..
Thi. 1st day oi February, 1HJ.
til J. M. COLKMAV. J. P.
Altiu'hmeut 5 otic.
Before 3. M. Coleman, J. P., for Shelby
county, Tenn , O. II. Kckurlv, use of Toor.
MctJowan A Co. vs. Griffin a Howard.
In this cause an attachment basing been
lued out under ssction 34rt of the Code of
Tennessee, and returned levied upon the
property ut the defendant, and affidavit hav
ing hen-i made tbatdelondnut is indebted to
plaintiff In the lum of W 78, due by ludg
iiieat. and that the claim is Just, anil that
the delendaut is a noo-residunt of the Stale
of Tennea-ee, It Is therefore ordered that
said defendant make his psnonal appear
ance before me on the Ut day of March,
IKWi, at 10 o'clock a.m., at mv ofllje, No. 12
aladison sttoet, Memphis, Tenn., and do
fend said attachment suit within the time
prescribe-l by law, or the same will be pro
ceeded with ex-parte; and that a copy of
this ordor bo published once a week for four
weeks in the Daily Api-sal,
This the 1st day of February.
til J. M. COLEMAN, J. P.
X an-Resilient A'otlce.
No. 60.17, R.' D.-In the Chancery Court of
Shelby County, Tennessee Thos. L. Mar-
tin.et al va. John iluntoret al.
It apnearleg from the bill .worn to in thia
cause that tbe delanuanta II. W. Reae and
John R. Hunter are residents of the State of
Kentucky and non-residents of the btate of
I', it therefore ordered. That they make
their uppearance herein, at the eourt-house-uf
Mieltiy oounly, in Memphis, Tenn.. on or
before the first Monday iu March, lMt, anil
plead, answer or demur lo complsinants
bill, or the same will be taken for eonftssed'
ss to thttu and set for hearing ex parte; and,
that t copy of this order be published onee a
week, for four successive weeks, in tbe Mem
phis Appeal. This 1st day of February, 16.
A copy Attest:
K I. M-10WEI.L, Cle'k and Uastt r.
Mr U- F. Walsh, Deputy C. and M. tu
Ksts it Warrintr, soli, fur oomplainants.
lAANTrn AQKNTd.Men and Women.
WAN I tU to sail "TUK CHILD'S.
BIBLE " introduction by Rev. J. 11. Vin
cent, D.D. One agent has sold 5 in a town
of 674 people I one 73 in a village ol Ttst ; one,
new agent no In 10 daysi one 1A3 la succes
sive weeks, eee 40 in 3 days at twe di Daren t
times. Experience net neceaear addrweev
umes. CASSKLL A OO 'Vfi).
Ut 1 iJiJbwa itieet. Caieaao.