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MEMPniS DAILY APPEAL THURSDAY, APRIL f, 18SG.
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6ALLAWAY A KEATING.
M. C. fiiLLawav.t Second ttraeS
J; M. KrsT'sio. 1 Memphla. Tw.
THI'KSOIT, t .irRIL 1, 1SX0.
WSAT LABOR IIAB I EiBKED
The strike initiated bv the KnigbUs
ol Ltbor lu eeme to an end, but it
leaves behind it some facts that it will
bcfjltyto disregard or bigot. The
workiDKtuen of this country ate now
coDtoUdaUd (or common purpose
to an extent never before seen in any
cood'tt. The order which they are
every day increasing in nnmbers and
itrDgh is young as an acting power.
It it almost bare of practical experi
ence. It has condncted a complicated
and difficult businfsi with compara
tively nndrilled and undisciplined
troop. Its army baa been distributed
in aqnadrons all over the country.
Yet tbot e iqnadrona have fa'len into
line a', command, hat ao acted in con
cert as to concentrate the force of the
whole on the point where it was re
quired, and its commander, Mr. Pow
derly, has become famous for bis
aoond judgment, bis masterly tactics,
and hi ability as a diplomatist when
in conference with opponmU. Now
come the question it this labor or
ganisation in it present raw and inex
perienced condition could accomplish
all we have seen the lsst few day,
blxk the avenues of commerce,
biffle constituted authority, hold at
it mercy vast valuxs of property,
command the respectful attention of
capitalists, and struggle succesi fully
with aetnte railway managers, what
will they do when their orp,n;zstion
is complete, their experience wider,
their knowledge of the tactics of
trade warfare more thorough, and
their obedience to the orders of their
leaders ia more perfect? One of the
main difficulties the order hi felt in
the straggle has been the want of dir.
clpllne. Straggler from the main
bodies have committed axis of vio
lence through insubordination, though
to a very small extent when we con
pare their mild indiacietlons with the
deeds that have brought bloodshed
into Belgium but a discipline in
creases such deeds will disappear, as
we see 1 the case in Ireland. At
long as the Irish people would amis
sin ate and burn and riot, the English
could hold thorn down and tyrannlts
at will. Bat now Parnell and bit sup
porters have introduced the policy of
ncu-reaixtiiice; now, the psople calm
bnt determined, and united and law
abiding, stand sternly repeating Ihoir
demands, their oppressors can do
nothing but obey. Against their
strongest wills, from the sovereign on
the throne ts the voter at the polls,
Ireland's withes have to ha England's
law. With such remit of organiza
tion, of discipline, of the power to
wi:t in calm qa'et, and of the cencen
tmtioa of energy on a given point,
whal will the Knights of I .all or be
when they have reached to the em
inence the Irish have si slowly and
laboriously alUlned to? So great was
the dsugT from indiscipline tha', the
coaim&ndcr-ln-chief of the Knights
had ta oriitr, frsm the very tis'.d of
battie, a rrfuial of any reception of
recruit , toe suspension ol initiation
into ihe order. It wns not mere num
bers that wm depended upon, or all
applicants would have been accepted,
but organization and discipline. If,
as they stand to day, the order could
do what we have seen many of us
with contternstion wba', will they
do when to a perfected organization
and a thoroughly acquired discipline
they add the numbers they are now re
inoitaforthe capi'aliat. Hehasshown
a low of power, the workiugnmi a
gain of i'. The strikers have learnsd
in th' conflict more of thsir own
power than they ever knew before,
and thoneands of them have learned
how to us9 that power h a r.ay they
to-nrlv thought incredible. They
ha vi learned fhe might there ia in
f Jtbeuancn, the ene-gy contained ia
Mlf-cotitrcl, the vigor that iiee in
quietly expressed will. Well will it
be for the capitilisU to provoke no
wnneocieary or nnjus' ttugle under
such cirenmstanre. Let them realize
how poworla that struggle will be
when the workmen, allied in bonds of
strict fidelity to esch other, tUod
without violence, without infringing
Jaw, m the Irish people stand to-day,
grav, calm, stern, determined de
manding with irrciUtable will tbeir
right. Whit can be done with men
in such an attitude? The police can-
rot be called fn, the soldier is ueles,
the men present a cause so juBt in a
manner so hyal as toward the country,
aod ro dignified a it respects them
se'vfi, thU the whole force of popular
fevlin; is with them, supports
them, and inais's upon their success.
Can Judsaes be hired or bribed under
such circumstances to aid in injustice
towiiid t'::r comrades? They would
brina upon themee've public hoatili
ty. While the strikers stood eilect
and pRfieiva the very crowd would
take thsir put, hooi their enemiea
and etor.e the Jndiac s. The working
men have learn d a secret that is fatal
to the old order of things. Capital
will ni longer have the power to take
wbut it plcawa f labor's produce, and
leave the rett for labor to live or to
tUrve upon. Labor demandt a just
propoition of what its own bands
have produced, and the wise will not
deny the claim wben nrged by calm,
law-abiding, (elf-respecting men.etern
and detsrmined and fully drilled in
Koigh'.B-of I.tbnr atraWv.
A BLSJRIKO II DIMl'HI.
Good it often distilled out of evil.
and macb a the g' eat business inter
eats of the country have suffered by
the recent rot diet between capital
and labor lesson have been learned
whioh may lead to a permanent and
satisfactory adjattment In the firet
place both patties have learned that
they cannot long war on all other busi
ness Interest of the country to pro
tect their own. Then are other par
ties interested besides the railroad
magnate and their employee. In
qtKMtlon of fair wages for a Uit day's
work the symtathiee of the American
people are always on the side of la
bor. They believe it best for the
p9tce, proeperity and all the
great interests of the coun
try that labor sbonld re
ceive adequate compensation. That
every man who works for a living
should have a jutt remuneration for
his toil, is the demit ad not only of
workingmen but all good citizens, and
the people bave no sympathy with tha
monopolies which increase their faba
lous wealth by overworking and un
derpaying labor. Under their char
tare the railroad people art compelled
ti operate their roads for the benefit
of the great commercial interests, for
which they were given the right ol
way and the privilege of approprating
valuable property, and they will not
permit any higgling about wages to
detttroy the commerce of the country.
While capital ha learned by the re
cent trouble that labor and the great
business interest of the ooua
try have right, the laboring
men have also learned by the
proclamations issued by the Governor
of four State that this i a country of
law and order, and that an industrial
organisttion, for the parpaae of pro
tjctirg Iteolt, cannot injure the bust
nee of other. No man can be com'
pelled to work, but those willing to
work should be protected in the right
aid the property ef the railroad com
panlea should b pi elected from law
lessooas at every cost. While the
country upholds labor organisations,
it deprecates lawlessness, such a eels
ing other people's property, a freight
train rnn under a charter granted by
the Mate, driving off the engineer and
fireman and "killing" the engine
Let the workingmen regulate wage
and bonrs, dsmand Bd maintain
tbeir rights and resist wrong and op
pension. But it i lawlessness
to eeisa the properly of others by
force and pervert it from the lire in
tended by its owners. 8uch practices
will lose the workingmen the sympathy
of the country, for the people coo
deuia in the severest terms all law
lesjnee, and will join in invoking
the whole power of the B ate an
national governments to enforce law
and protect property. Infutnrocon
tests capita) and labor will respect
publis sentiment. If the recent t'ou
hies result in a final settlement it will
prove a blessing in disguise. It is
likoly to da to, for two bills have been
inirjiluced in, (jongres . proposing
means for the adjustment of all difli
cullies between - capital and labor.
With this problem solved, there
nothing to mar the future greatnew
and prosperity of the American
fOfU.lt TK4li: FALLINU OFF.
A high tariff increases the expense
of living, and that increase adds to th
price of production. As those price
advance the ability to compete in for
eiun markets decreacee, and foreign
trade drops ofi. Such bas been tbe
experience, of the United States, espe
cially within the last six yeats. It ia
true that the general depression of
trade accounts (or a portion of the fall
ing ofi, but our small power 1 3 com
pete, outside of cotton and a few other
articles, ia the main cause of the m's
chief. Tbe fact of the decline stares
us startlingly in th Uce'in the official
report of tha government bureau of
statistics. Oar export to Great Bri
tiia are $$3,000,000 less than in 1880;
onr total trade with that country f 130,
000,000 less. Our exports to France
are considerably lest than half what
they were fiv years ago, being $46,
000,000 now, tf Atnst 1100,000,000 then.
Onr exports to Russia bave fallen off
$11,000,000, and to Canada $0,000,000.
There is a balance of trade against u
of 19,000,000 on the part of China,
$8,000,000 with Japan and $13,000,000
with India. Also in the Central aod
Sjulo American (States the balance
of trade is heavily against us. Here
ia certainly matter for tvery business
man's gloomy consideration. The re
port is not calculated to gratify the
pride of the rmart aod universal
American nation. Is this falling off
in our foreign trade to continue? Are
we to bo shut out from the world'e
commerce, to be left ts the Chinese
used to be, excluded and reduced to
get a living by "awapping jack knives"
with each other, our ioternal com
merce being our oaly resource? Are
our capitalists to send their gold
abr.a l for want ol investments at
home? Are ourworkingmen to be
driven to imitate the Belgian rioters
nnder the force of hunger and priva
tion? To all such considerations oar
Congress appears deaf. With all tbe
coun'ry has endured from depressed
trade,CongreH hat not lifted a burden,
reformed a wrong, or added a measure
i our trade facilities. During the
hole period of ofIering the people
are had to "grin and aiids by it"
1 this (till to go on indefinitely, de
pression to retain its graep, poverty to
continue it inroade. and the smart
American nation lo tink into imbu
ed' it y?
"FIXED" TALLY MIEETS.
Ularla); tleclloa fraud Dlaeovcred
CiNctKKaTi, O.. March 31 The Sun
Ind. Dem i wi.l to-morrow poblmri
an article claiming ti at g'aring f 'and
wan perpetrated id the Uc ober elec
tion, by wbicb Frank Pit rtuan,
Democratic candidatj lor Count
Treasnier, wa deprived of 300 votes,
ana ni iipabilcn opponent, wm
Baetsen, waa credited with about 800
more than ha received. The affair is
located in Precinct O of the Hixtn
Ward, and the article inclndet a fac
simile of the altered tally sbetta. At
the Up of the sheet, Daiton, the
Democratic candidate for County
Clerk, bat 3!0 tallies, and 1 so cred
ited in the totals, while Cox, his Re-
ublican opponent, i marked 412.
he other candidates receive about
the same on each. Opposite Patter-
man' name, however,
THB CHAHUa APPIAHS
Three squares, containing 100 tallies
each, bad been oiled and part ot
fourth, indicating that be la . over
300 votes. But two of these cqnare
and the fi actional other one had been
ec raped with a penknife, leaving only
toe nrst square ot 1UU vote aiattnct.
while in the total he waa credited
with ninety-eight. Tbi apparent dts
crepsncy of two between the tallies as
altered auU lu totals is explained as
follows: In the totals the figure three
urecfde the nine, showing that the
correct total of 390 odd votes had been
originally marked after the
T ALII EM BAD BKKX CHANGED
to 103. It wa seen that this could not
be changed to 100, and the 3 waa
croe ed out, leaving tbe 9, and to this
was added an 8. Boettinger'a tallies
foot np 336, and tbe total tha same.
Tbe ensures epposita Patterman'
name are clumsy In the extreme,
Boettinger is contesting Patterman a
e'ention. The lion. Isaac M. Jordan,
FattTmsn's lawyer, state that he has
iuat discovered this traud. and will ln
troduce tne tauy-aneet in court, trio
cinct U i Demociat'c, and the return
are signed by two Democratic and one
Bepubtictn judge and one Democratic
and one KepuDlican ciera.
terra! Rallraaxl Boaida.
laraciit totbs ArriiL-l
Coia'mri'h, Miss., March 31. The
Board of Aldermen, by a vote of 3 to
2, decided to contest the payment of
tho February interest duo on $100,000
ol tiondH voted to tne Uoiumbim, fay
etto and Decatur railroad, which road
and (ranch lljos waa wild to the Georgia
1'acitic nulttiau. Thm action waa
caused by a claim on the part of the
board of cdiacrimination agatnat
the town of (talumbus in tho matter
ot ireign ratea on coin, etc. Aitey,
however, admit that no discrimination
has occurrel. The bonds were de
clared invalid by Evans & Johnson
at tome vs. A large meeting waa belt!
this evening protesting againat this
act, A committee of fifteen, with
f lower to act, was elected to. if posai
ile, have tho action of the board re
scinded, and have paid the interest
money now in the hands of the City
The whisky people will auk at once
for an order of eletion for a permit to
sell whisky in Columbus. A meeting
of the r order will be held to-night
A Canadian firm engaged in getting
ship timber on the river above have
lemt a number of valuable rafts le
cause of the unusual ovorrlow in (he
Bigbec The Georgia Pacific rail
road la interrupted by several wash'
outs. Trains are not running east of
Columbus. A very serious freshet is
anticipated. Weather clear and cold
slight sun to-day.
FIXIXJ THE VALUE
or a Pbyalrlan'a Time Novel ae
A ease rcaenting some unuaual
points l Interesit was tried yesterday
m tho Circuit Court, Judge l'iervo pre
siding. iTho liluintitf was Dr.J.H. Nut
tall, who Rued the MiaaiaMippi and Ten
nefwie ijailroad for three service as an
expert, in A eaae tried before the
United Mates Circuit Court, in wh ch
the alwnje nanicd railroad was defend
ant. Tli tloctor's aervicea ronaiated
in liatoniig to all the testimony in the
ease for three daya, and giving his
opinion m the witness stand of the
various medical points raiaed by the
testimony. The doctor valued his
service xt f "i0 a day and put in his
claim for 1150, which the company dis
allowed, jience the suit. In behalf of
the claim, Dr. Saunders testified that
the time of a physician was worth f !0
a day. Judgment was rendered in
plaintiffs' favor for 7o. This ia tho
first cast; of the kind ever tried before
a Tennessee tribunal and will be re
ceived wif.lt interest in legal circle.
A pniKKlNt'a Storj.
Mr. Isao O. Chapman, druggist,
Newburg,' N. Y., write n: "I have
for the past ten years sold several
gross of tr. William Hall' BaUa'a for
the Lungs. I can say of it what I
car not say of any other medicine, I
have never heard a customer speak of
it but to praise it virtue in the high
est manner. I bave recommended it
in a great many case of whooping
cough, with the happiest effects. I
bave used it in my own family for
many years; in fact, always have a.
bottle in the medicine closet ready for
Barren's Ideal Theater.
Mr. Lawrence Barrett proposes to
build a new theater which shall rep
resent hi view of what is lit and
proper. It shall be situated in the
center of a b.'o k in tbe most fashl m
ionable part of New York, and all
around it eha 1 Le business houses. It
extetior wall shall be of the plainest
possible description, and entirely bid
den from the streets. It shall have
an approach on each of its four sides.
Internally the (fleet shall be simple,
large and open, the wall spaces being
decorated with old go'd, and the seats
upholttered in crimson plush. The
principal attraction shall be the itage,
with which nothing in the auditorium
shall interfere. Tbe cist of the thea
ter sha'l be about $150,000, and the
other buildings on the block shall be
owned by tbe same company that
owes the theater.
Dyeing nsid CleauluR.
Lsdiea' and gents' clothe cleaned
or dyed in any color, also kid gloves,
ostrich feather end lace curtains by
Louis Reigcl.M Jefferson street, Mem
1 phis, Tenn. Goods receivd by express.
IR.1MS WILL AOT TALK.
MASTER WORKMAN AT ST.
Declines to Answer Reporter' (Jues-
Hubs The Sltuatl m at Atehbua
aad Kaon City.
St. Louis, Mo , March 31. Up to
midnight to-night i o information has
been obUioablM from tbe Hint Ex-
cntive Commiites of Ihe Districts
101. 93 aad 17. who were in seenion
cta-ly all day andto-oigbt in regard
to whether the ttrikirs in East 61.
Louis have been ordered back to
woik or whether such an order wdl
be leaned tvmonow. At midnight
Ct ai mm I ons told the reporter tbt
be bad nothing whatever tor tbn pub
lio, and that be wonld not answer mv
question. The moat that he would
eay was that the order tent in these
diepatcbe to-day whs genuine, but c
on Id not give ibe day arid bonr
when tbe men a -a ti resume labor,
nor wonld he say whither a time baa
been set by the coramit'ee. Over 1&0
freight trains were rr.ovej on the
Southwest system to dsy, and 'this
number will t o don ,t be increased
to-morrow. Traffic is practically re
sumed on all tbe lines in tbe system
atid th wheels of commerce are' again
B aster Workman Powdrrly sun n.
Pcbaktom. Pa.. March 31. Grand
Master Workman Powderly anived
in this city this foreooan quite ill.
acd had to be carried ti hi residence
In a carriage. He is tt II snfloring
from the effects of his recent fail, and
is also troub cd with quinzy. Here-
fuses to see reporters.
Oa, Marmatduka at HaaiaM I'll.
Kansas City, Mo., March 31. Gov.
Marmaduke arrived bere late this
afternoon to meet Gov. Mattin of Kan
sas and ceneult with him regarding
tbe Misuari racino situation. Alter
discussing tha matter, the governors
decided tbat as tbe latest report in
dicated that the strike would be set
tled without outsid intervention, any
action taken on their pa-t wonld be
unnecessary. Tbe gentleman left for
their respective home this evaning,
tour ireignt train were tent eatt to
day, two sent west: one am red from
the West and two from the East. The
strikers made no demonstrations be
yond hurling a few rock at passing
Tbe Sllnatloai at Atrblaon-
Atchison, Kaf., Marcb 31. The
work of the marked striker at the
Missouri Pacitio shops and round
house last night wa. complete and this
morning the company was helpless.
Fif.een engines were disabled. Two
passenger engines were spared. Tbe
shop machinery waa a'so disabled and
nuleias the mi.airg pieces are returned
the losa will be quite heavy. If re
turned, $10(0 will cver it. The
Knights of Labor, however, promise
that the missing pieces shall be ra
s'ored. The companv received one
freighttrain to-day which lathe sum to
tal of the basinets done. Ti l the shops
are in shape to run agaia so that the
disabled engine may be lepaired,
trsi&o on tbe road will be almost
abandoned. The striker were out in
atrnnoT force all f Nnnnn. mnatol thssm
flwearing masks and all armed with
clubs, ibey dispersed, however,
without making a demonstration.
At noon a telegram came from St.
Louis, ordering the atrikeia to go brck
to work pending arbitration. The
strike was ton dec'ared off, and tbe
local committee sought Superinten
dent Fagatt and aaked it the men
should report fur duty. As the com
pany will have no sjork until the
scop can be put in shape, tbe aa-
war was in the negative. It is tbe
programme of the company at picjent
to re-employ only enough men to run
tbe shop on fulL time, and to take
back none who bave been guilty of
overt act. Thia, it i feared, will
cauae renewed trouble.
Non-Re ideut Notice.
No. 6022. R. D.-In the Chancery Court of
oneixy ciunty, Tenn. state oi lenmsnoe
It annaarinsr trom bill Iwora to in this
cause that the defendant, Mrs M B Crockett
and husband, K 11 Crocke't, John W
Crockett. Wm Price. Sallie L Price. Mabel
Price, Mack Price, Cecil Price. Herbert
Price and Byron l'ri. M Lewis, jr. lieu
lamin r rarabee, V v urewa, Anna Jones,
J L L Campbell and husband, Camuhell,
James II Kitnnbnad. J L. Wylie. Annie Mc-
Launhlin and W I Mi'l.auelilin.ar
rewidents of the Mate of Tennessee, and that
the p ace of residence ot the defendants
Anderson Waahinaton. Miuerra A B'iyd
and Lucy J Fisk. is unknown and cannot be
ascenaineu aurr uinauui imjiurj :
And tnat th names and pla? of residence
of the heirs of J WUitlespie made partus on
llccount of the'S interest in IVl acroa of land
adjoinins Melborn, in the Kisrli'h Civil Dis
trict of Shelby oounty. The heirs of J M
Thompson made parties on account of inter
est in about twelve aeres of land, ranee f,
section 3, Eleventh Surveyor's Il trict,
KiKhth Civil District of Shelby county, are
unanown andcannotb ascertained after
Uilixsnt Inquiry, This being a suit to an
force liens for taxea against said land. .
It is therefor ordered, That they make
their appoaranc herein, at th Coiirt-Uouse
ol Shelby county, is Memphis, Tenn., on or
before th firat Monday in May, 1886, and
Elead, answer or demur to complainant'
ill, or th same will be tekea for confessed
aa to thrm, and set for hearing x nsrte; and
that onpy of this order b published one a
week, for four luceessive weeks, in the Ap
peal. This Slat day of Maroh, 1886.
A copy attest : I
ti. 1. MruuwriLii, vierx ana .wasier.
V. II. 4
Walfh, Deputy Clrk and Master
Koa Itealdsftit Notice.
No. 611S, K. I. Ia fh Chancery Court of
Shelby County, Tenti.-StaUofTanno,
vs. John J. Ihoratin et al.
Itappearlag from Ihe bill swora to ia this
aus that the defendants, Sarah Martin, ia
a non-resident of Tennessee, and a resident
of Mississippi, andlhat tbe Bam and place
of residence of therein of W. W. Kinrdon
and H. b. Le, a fie parties on aecouet of
their interest in Slot 3, containing eight
acres, ia the Fofrteenth Civil District of
Shelby County, toiilh side Union avenue,
being part ol iheUufcea M. Whit l.V acres,
ar unknown aad cannot b aertained
alter diligent Inquiry. This being a suit to
n force tax lira against said lota.
It ia therctocj ordered, That they make
tfoir anpearantye herein, at the Court-llous
of Shelby County, in Memphis, Teno., on or
befor the tiixit Monday ia May. lHHo, and
plead. aaswi'tT or demur to complainant hilt
and petitions or th sam will be taken for
confessed as to them and et for hearing ex
part 1 and that a eopy or this older be pub
lisbe 1 once a week.
for four earcesi.iv
weeks, in th Arraai.
This 31st day of
March, 1W . .
A copy Attest : .
8. 1. McDOW FLL, Clerk and Master.
Bv II. F. Walsh. Iiepiity Clerk and Master.
F. 11. and U. W. Ueiskell, Solicitors for
No isiit, R. D- In th ChaacerT Coort of
Shelby County. Tenn. State of Tennessee.
eto., vs Joseph w healer, et al.
It appearing from hill aworn to in this
Muse thai the detii(lats, Joseph Wheeler
and wile, Doniill W heeler and John U.
Leech arc non-residents of Tsnnesse:
It ia therefor ?rdered. That tbey mak
their p;e:tranc herein, at the courlhous
of Shelby county, Ia Memphis, Toon . oa or
before the first Monday ia May. 1SH6, and
plead, aniwer and demur t compliiinnnl
bill, or the same will be taken for eonfessed
as to thin, and set for hearing ex parte:
and that a oopy of this order be pub'lshed
once a week, tr f"r successi weeks, in
tbe Acri.. This 31st day of March, lawi.
A ropy attr-st : . . ...
S. I. M. DO WKLL, Clerk and Vlnster.
l!v II. V. WaWh, DcputvOlerk and Master.
F. II. Js c. W. Heikll, itola. for com
So. & 42 , R. D la tbo Oh incary Can't of
huaiby eounr. Tanna aaa. otaio ot Tea-
naeo va. K. J. M aDdl- at al
It api earira ffm i ha bill hich if vwora
to ia thii c -uo that tha ia'andbtp S. S.
KeiDe-t. jr.. if a raMdVnt -1 tha M te or
MirMfSip,.!, and. M. L. bruwo ol ibe hi Ma
of Kan-wa. and both nnn-refid ott of tha
tate of T? DDe-'ee, nd that tha residence
of tba heira .f O. 11. la Cjuerea. dt e-1 :
of the heira ra ti. L. Iteel, decayed : of le
"ill b. ttuiilh; o- -be h-ua of i.1 rn t.
Ilolit, defeated : rf Cbtt. Ob-mino; of .lobo
b. Taylor; of Aiary C. V nr I aod T. M.
Ward, her burhand : ' f J. F. W, If. ;ha D.
Woll, Henry Williaiut, and of th hum of
0. A. Younr. deoaa-ed, are aokoowB and
cannot !e ascertained alter diluent inuuiry.
Thin bill i A'ed to collect t ixea due tha
State and coantyon rarioui lota owned by
abore named pmien and oibar artiea.
It ia. therefore, ordered that tbry make
their aii,earanee herein, at tbe Court-llouae
ot hheloy eouoty. In Meroptra. Tena., oa
or tefuro the firat Monday in May, 1H46, and
lead, anawar or da t Br to oo aplainant bill,
or tha aame will be taken for oonteaaed aa to
theia aad art for hearing ax parte; aad ibat
a copy of thia order be published aoa a
wa k t(r roar enccemya waeka in lua Ap
peal. Tbii Slat day ef Marcb, 1D36.
A eopy ltat:
6 I. McIJOtt EM., Clerk aad Matar.
fy a. F. Walah. Daoatv C. and M.
Leo ThorntuB, aulioitor fur eomplainaat.
5oa Kel(ient Notice.
No. 6100 -Ib th Chanrery Coart ef Fhalby
oouniy. lenncaaee tne otte ot lannai
aea and County of Sholby va. A. A. Laa
reaco et al.
It appaarioc from tha bill which ia aworn
to in tbia caua ttatthe defendanta Jaoob
and Ifadore Kaafinan. minora, and Bimoa
r-turn, jr., ra rcaiilauU of the State of Now
lork ; M mie and Minn-a Kaufman, minora,
reidnta of lukota Ttnitory; Mrs. lieaaia
n nitneiu. wiaow. ana one minor ion. name
unknown, bein ol T. K. WhitSeld, jr., de
ceased, reiiaentl ol the State of Miiippi;
Oliro Latham and Mary Lathvji, reidanta
of the State of Indiana; Mn. tirpa McKay,
rMident i f tha htata of Alabama; Beverly
11. William-. Mary E. and tt m. M. Hidel,
minora, reiidenta of the Stiite of Arkamaa;
J. J. lierryinHii, E J. Ferryman, liroaddna
Berryman, Will II. Perkii a, Jeticrion K.
Cole and wife, Cole, reaidenta of tho Stat
of Teaaa; M. T. Kydcr. jr .Ben May. ir.
Edward Wa'ab, raaidenta of the bta'e of
Miaaourl; Carolina M. faamore. a resident
uf the State oi Indiana; D M. Mournoy, a
rciident of th Ktati ot Kentucky: Brown
Ayera, F W. Bin th, executT of enwte ef
H. (1. Hmith, deoeaaed, reaidenta of the
State of Lou aiana, aad all Bon-reiidonta of
thabtate of Teoaesiee. Tbe renidoaei of
Anua r. Haul, J. H. Kanton head and Mi
chael tlynn and J. V. Llanburry are un
known, and eanBot be aaoertainad a(tr dill-
tent inquiry, and the namoi and raaidencei
of tba bein of nufua h. Turnaie. deceased
M. L. Saundera, dereaaed; J I). Dvi, jr.,
deceaaodi Weaton White and Ans Nnr-
veil, deceaaed, are uokn wa and cannot b
ascertained after diligent inquiry.
Thia bill ia filled to oolleot back taxea do
tbe tate and county oa Ta'ioui lota owned
by the above partial and other partial.
It ia. therefore, ordered that thea mat, a
their appearance herein at th Coart-Ilous
of Shelby County, ia Memphis, Tena. , on or
before Ine first Monday ia May, 188rt. and
plead, answer or demur t complaina.it bill,
or tha lama will be taken lor confessed as
to them and set for hear'n ex parte; aad
that a copy of thia order b published once
a wees ror n ur sncceistr wee's in in Mi
lieal. Tbi' 31 t day ot March, 188,1.
a copy Attest :
8. 1. MCDOWELL. CUrkaad Master.
Rt II. K. Walsh. Dennta fl M
Lee Thornton and K. D. Jordan, solloitori
for Complainant. thn-4t.
No. 6041, R. D. In the Chancery Court of
en oviouoiy, tann. ins state ot Ten
nessee and county ot bbelby vs. w m
Heckard et al.
It aiineurina trom the bill which is swnra
to is thia oause that 'ho defendant Wm
Woriham. heir of J J Worsham. deceased
KKaynerandWB Greenlaw, residents of
tba Stat ot Texas: Carolina vr Kahriirt
resident ot tbe State of Ohio: W W O'Noii.
8 P Large and J N Large, tosidents of tbe
state ot rennsyivan'a: Minor Meriwether
a resident of the Stale ot Missouri, and all
non-residents of ts f-tata of Tennessee.
That the residences of th unknown heirs of
Kobert U idams, deceased, n m Bridge'
water, WmMoore, Roderick Falconer, Jere
miah, Hannah and A'lrn MuSmith, J Uli
ver Mcmiih, Oliver J MaSinith, of tbe un
known heira of llcnry Blackwood; Mrs Mjry
J Mitchell, t" unknown heirs of J
Cowg II, Srf deceased: Joseph Mitchell,
John M Ihompson. J M Dickson, J J
Pleasant, Bearmidine Neff, of the unknown
heirs of 10 Eastman and of John Sorrellh,
deceased; Robert F. Dickens, of th repre
sentatives of th Rank of Memphis, of the
unknown heirs of Allen Campt ell and Seth
J. Waddcll : Mara K Anderson, Martha C.
Saunders, the heirs of J M Williams, de
ceased ; J W Curry, th unknown heirs of
J 11 McClur, duoeassd, and of 11 J Posey,
deceand; of M J Arcliard, deceased; of
Geo D ckton, deceased; Agnes A Patterson,
Robert Craig, FT Davis, Lewis Craig, sr,
heirs of SF Low; of Jehn 11 Fletcher, ot
William A Hall, ueceased, of 11 II Brooks,
deceased, r f Alfred and Henrv Howard, of
W 1) Powell, sr. and Mrs N J Hubbard, are
unknown and cannot be ascertained attar
diligint inquiry This bill is filed to collect
Stat aod oounty taxes due on various tots
owned by tho above-niiuen parties and
It is therefore ordered, That they make
their appearance herein, at the Court-Home
of Shelby oounty, in Memphis, Tann , on
or before th first Monday in Muy, 18M, and
Elead, answer or demur to eoniplainant
ill, or tha sam will be liken f r confessed
aa to them and set for hearing ex parte : and
tnat a copy ot this order b published once a
week, for four successive weeks, in the
Memphis Appeal. This 31st day of Marcb,
li. A copy attest.
8.1. Mt ltOWKLL, Clark and Master.
Ry II. F. Walsh, Deputy Clerk and Master.
Lee Thornton, Sol. tor complainant.
Non-Itesideut Nutit e.
No. 6 3, R. D.-In the Chancery Court of
Shelby County, Tenn Slate of Tennes
see and County orSnolby vs. Walter Ennis
and WillUin Knniset al.
It apixaring from the bill wh'ch is swora
to in this cause that the defendants, Floy
Miller, Wm Wootlard, jr, R Vanlirocklin and
tarah K Van Brocklii,, residentsof the State
ol New York; Mien V 'ilenn, John Jones
and wife, Susan Jopos, Churlea B Jones and
wife Kllen Jones, lien Eiscman, residents
of the Stile of Missouri : llnnnah Lnrkin,
John Lurkin and Kalo Larkin, residents of
the State of Miuuesolaj Sallie E Trexovaut,
Frank Frayser nnd wife, Florence Frayscr,
and Theodore lla ker. resident" of the State
6f Louisiana; J W Eldriitee, J W Chalmers
end his wife. Rebecca Chalmers, residents of
the Stite of Mississippi; Joseph R Mi ler,
resident of the SUte of Arkansas; Frank
Benedict, residsnt of the S'ale uf Pennsyl
vania; Mrs M W Fi her and Hairy Brown,
residents of th S.ate of Tvas: Marv W
Livingston, a resident of the Slate of Flori
da, and all non-reident of the State of
Tennessee. This bill is filed to collect State
nod county taxes oa various lots of land
owned by the above parties and other parties.
It is Hit rehire ordered. That they mak
their appearance herein, at the Ctiuri-listuse
of Shelby (outity, in Memphis, Tesn- 00 or
hefurth first Monday in May. 1KS6, and
pluud, answer or deiuurto complsnnnt's bill,
nr tbe sam will be taken for confessed ss to
them aad set tor hesrina ex i'r e; and thitt
acoi'V of this order be published once a week
for four successive weeks in the .Memphis
Appeal. This 31st day uf March, 1vm.
A i-uov Atte.i :
S. I. .Mi DOWKLL, Clerk and Master.
Ry II. F. Walsh, Deputy C. and M.
Lee Thornton and K. D. Jordan, Solicit
ors for complainant, th
No. tkll7, R. D.-ln th Chancery Court of
Shelby county, Tcbb. Stat of Tennessee,
to., t. Wm. Henoet al.
It appearing froaa bill sworn to In thia
cans that the defendanta. Molli P Belea,
II at tie Boon. J A Menken, Bcnj Kiaeman.
Maria A Allea, Rachaal Stewurt, Luclnd
Stewart, Molli Stewart. Adellcia Stewart
and Henry Stewart, Joha U Cannon, trus
re, Wm VV Swain, Sarah Swain Ogden, J
0 Ok Jen. Albert Hestu and wile. Mrs Albert
Heath, Harlow J Phelp. haisea Lovick.
strs Janiea A Swain, Kotsart H SmIm, Wm
McMurtry. trustee. Oe.rg M Rywnii, U W
and M A Ron. W H Wejliford. F M Cogs
well and wit. Mrs F M Cogswell, Harlow
W Phelps. Mary A McAnulty, Lucy M New
kirk, H m Schneider, Charles S.-hneider, L
T McKeniie, Albert Thomas, Mary Thomas.
Harnh McOlary Ferguson. Jao Stoekell, J
8 Williamr. Antointt Thomas, Haiti M
Boon. Samuol Nuckels. Annie Abwcrom
bie. A J Montgomery, Jeremiah Weldon ar
non-residents ol Teanessee. And that lb
names and pine of rasidene of th heiri or
Richard Weldon, mad parti oa accunnt
of their interest la 2uacr of land in th nth
Civil Disuicl of Shelly eountr. bounded on
the north by theL. and N. K,k., aod on th
south byih0ld Raleigh road. Thetbeirs of
M A tiilchrist. mad parties jo account of
interest in 2 aera. of land ia Pom subdivi
sion, rarmvill. Cth Civiv Dlsirici. lb
heirs of Francis R.. Clark, made Partial 1 oa
aeeoant of interest in lot 1. block K. Kai
eis'a. Shelby roanl. Tenn. Tne heirs of
Frank SmitB and M k Iloward, nud Prtiea
oa acemnl ot interest id mo;,
and 13, ia all 14 17 -1(0 acre. Pom subdivi
sion. Farmvilla. are unkaowo aad cannot ft
asoeria.ned alter diligent inquiry . 1 his be
ingasuitto an fore tax lems against aaid
'Tt'ia therefor ordered, That they mak
their aprano herein, at the courthous
of Shell j county, in Memphis, Tenn.. on or
before the first Monday in May. lsX", and
ilcaa. answer or demur to complainant s
kill, vr th same will be takea for confessed
aa to them and seizor he.rina ex prrte t and
ik.t . .I ihis order b pnblished one
a wck, -or four success v weeks, n th
Memph's Appeal. This 31st darof Mareh,
IS. A eopy alls si ! , ,
a wck, -or four success v weeas. iu .
PlLaM - W- " "
(licauair ta JiCHRAT av RIDGXXT,)
TAILOR, DRAPER & IMPORTER
No. 33 MAE IS
Cordially invites an inspection
Varied Spring and Summer Stock ofEatUsh.
French and German Worsted.,
comprising- th Latest Designs
Gentlemen's Wear. I
19" Samples and Prices oa
who have left1 measures.
ISTo. S3X4 Ssljalxi i
Ha juat received a lane stock of th
latest styles of
CASSIMEKKS AND W0BS1EDS
for Pants, which w wll1 aake to order at
much leaa than the usual prices. SV will
mak a fo d all-wool panis for Call
and examine our foods. Also, a complete
line ot GENTS 1'UKMsliIKU UOUliti
for th eomiof season at our usual low
A. IIEXTER, NO. 214 MAIN ST.
w. u. ns. rcai.
h. j. Toor.
No. 272 Second Street,
Ko. 60M8, R. p. In th Chancery Court of
Shelby County, Tenn. -The Stat of Ten
nessee and th Unuuty of Shelby vs. Pearoe,
Huggs li Co. et al.
It appearing from tha bill which Is aworn
to in this ciuse that th defenden's, J. R.
Chalmers and wife, Rebecca Chalmers, resi
dents of th State of Mississippi, C. W.
Johnson, resident of tbe Stat of Colorado,
II. W. Gr bel, a resident of th But of Ar
kansas, H. B. t'laflin, a firm, names of mem
bers unknown, Camelia and Kachel Menken,
residents of the ttate of New York, Mrs. L.
V. Krayier, a residert of the Stat ol Texas,
and all non-residents of the Stale of fenc es
se. Th residences of H. J. Ward, jr .
Joanna Corbitt, Ca'herin Burnt, Samnei
Cowla, Anna MariaThomas, Ann Kelly, Pat
O'Mahoney, Edward Urogan, Mathew Vin
cent and his wife. Barbria, John J. Rcflly,
Sarah Clifford, John and Sarah Connors,
Bridget Rooney, Louise Fishor and husband,
J. 11. Fisher, Dianna Goldcauip, Mrs. H.
JIahn, M. II. McKinearyaad ancT Hunter
are unknown and cannot be ascertained
alter diligent inquiry, and th names and
residences if the heirs or devisHee. if thev
left a will, of John Fox end J. G. Finney
deccasen, also the residence ana nrsl nam
of Fall, a n.inor of one of the heirs of G.
Falls, deceased, are unknown and cannot be
ascertained aft-r diligent inuuiry. This bill
ia nisd to collect Stiite and oountv taxes on
various InU owned by tbe above parties and
It is there ore ordered, That they mak
their appearance herein, at the Court-llouze
of Shelhv Count, in Memphis. Tenn.. on or
bef. ro the first Jwonday in Miy, 1X86, find
plead, answer or demur to complainant bill,
or Ilia aame will ba taken for confessed aa
to them and set for hearing ex parte: aad
that a copy of this order be published ono a
week, for four successive weeks, in the Ar-
pxal. This :llit day of March, 18&;.
A copy Attestt
8. 1. M DOWELL, Clerk and Master.
By H. F. Walsh, Deputy Clerk and Ma ter,
Le Thornton, Solicitor for Complainant.
Noil Reaident Noticr.
No. 60M, R. D , In th Chancery Court of
Shelby County, J onn.-state ot icnns-
se and County of Shelby vs. I rank Mc
Lanahlin et al. -
It appearing from the bill which ii sworn
to in this cause that th defendants, O'Netl
A Co. a firm, namel of members unknown
Edward W Lehmap. residents of the State
of Pennsylvania; Win 11 leonird, fcuiina
Rudd 11 nil husband. Jchn W Rudd. residents
of the Stat of Mixkouri: Mariannall still-
mnn, resilient of tbe State ot New York
Walter II Unldeman. Muttie W Hutchinson
Charles W Uutchiuson, a minor, rosidens
of tho Stat ot Kent'icky; hdward buqu
hart. A C Jr urauion. Asa Hodges. J C Cren
shaw, Lelatid Leatherman, letiden s of th
S'.ate of Arkansas; B'ttie May Se tt, a resi
dent of the State of Misslisippi; Thomas M
llwlnira and .Irhn D Armour, resident
the State r f Maryland; Mattie B Simpson
and husband. W M Simpson. Mull fl E John
son and h if band, M B Johnson, resident of
the State ot Indiana; theUerman-Ao erican
Bnk, having its situs in tbe state of Ohio;
William Femuson. Anna Ferguson, gusrdi
an, Klanor C Ferguson, minor, Sarah Baker
and bus and. A u Baker. Casnie Jacoby and
RS Jacoby, ner husband, residents of Ihe
State of Ohio, and all non-residents of th
Stats ef Tennessee; tin residences of the
heirs of Harrison Hiitlund, deceased, AW
Brown and wife, first name unknown, nr
unknown and cannot be ascertained aitor
diligent inquiry. This bill is tiled to collect
State nd county tuxes on varnus lots
owned by above named parties and othor
It is therefore orderej. That they make
their arpsarance herein, at ihe Couti-tlouse
of J-helliv county, in Memphis, lenn . on or
boforellie Crtl ilondy in May, 1S, and
plead, answr or demur to complainants
bill, or the same will be taken for conlessed
as lo them and srt lor hctring ex rte; and
that a copy of this order be published once
a week for four succes-ive weeks in the Mem
phis Appeal. This 31st da of Maroh. ISHii
O. 1. MHUlMV CjUtJt lll'-l sun .ussier,
By n. F. Walsh, Deputy C. a- d M.
Lee Thornton and it. II. Jordan, Solictt
ots lor cciupiainant. th
No 6(143, R. D.-In the Chsncory Court of
Shelby ounty. Tenn. -The State of red
ness and County of Shelby va. L. L.
Barkadale et al. ....
It appearing from th bill which is swern
to in this cause that the defendant Susan S.
Rayner is aieudrnt 01 Texas ; Andraar staw
art is a reiident of Louisiana; f. P. Cham
bers, truste-, a resident of Arkansas; and
thai they are all non-residents of the Stat
of Tennersea; tbe resideuce ot the hirs of
Al. J. Archsrd. deceased, of Joe Lowery, of
th heirs ot K. Rayner, Hoc -ai.d, of William
Uiiflin, of John T. Griflin, of Jeitn T. Orea
ory and wife M r.-illn. of llernardin Neff,
A. P. Fori, . I P. Campbc'l, of th widow
aod heirs of E. Iiby, deeeasml; C. N. Millsr,
ir., Matsen J-no-, A. J Looney; of the
heirs ot J. V. Ii. Miller, deceased ; John T.
Le, Pierre Van AUtino; 01 ihe he rs of Mil
ton A. Kerr, deceased; uf II. K. Wing, de
ceased; Martha J. McClelland, I). W. Poo-
ci. A. A. Bogsrd and his wife. Mrs. Ro-
ard, John S. R. Cowan ; of the heirs of M .
D. L. Rankin, deceased, Mary T. Rankin,
Joseph C. Rankin. Matthew U Rankin, are
unknown and cannot be ascertained after
diligent inquiry; this bill is tiled to collect
taxea due the etatc and county on lots owned
by above named parties and various other
parties : ,
I' is therefor ordered. That they uiak
their aprearance hnin, at the Court-Hous
of Shelby oounty, in Memphis. Tenn.. oa or
before the firet Monday in May, 1SK6. and
plead, answer or demur to complainant bill
or the sum will be tanan for conies.l ar to
them and sat for heating ex parte; aad that
a coov of this ordr be published once a week ,
for four successive weeks, in the Appeal.
Thi 31st day bf March, lsse.
A Cony Attest: thu
. I. McliOWEl L, Clar and Master.
By H. F. Walsh, Daputy C. M M .
Lee Thornton, solicitor lor eomplainaat-.
No. 6107, R.D In th r hancery Court of
Shlby county, Tenn.-The Stat of Tb
nesse for its own use, etc., vs. Mary A.
f rown t al. . .
t appearing from bill which is sworn to ia
this cause that th dsfeBdant, John Hiddles
Iob. cc Huddleston. t a resident of the Slat
of Louisiana; that Wm. P. Barton ia rsi
dent of Mirsrssirpi: that P. M. DaBos. is a
resident of Oeorgi : that W arren I russ is a
resilient of Mississippi; that W . J. Phillips
is a residert of Mississippi, aud all non-res-idents
of TenBessce; and that Mr. A, 1.
ti.ynor and hosnand. A. T. Uaynor, aa also
non-residents of Tennessee : ...
U is therefor ordered, ihat they all mak
their appearane herein, at the courthouse
of Sheldy county, in Memphis, Tenn . on or
before th first Monday in May. iStvi. and
plead, answer or demur to complainant s
bill, or tho same will be taken for confessed
,Km .n set for hearing cx pine; and
that a core of this ordar be publi-heJ one
, ". .T.ocess v weeks, iu ih
; ZX&Bh&?&zi teg,
I t& '
of hit Large, Fresh and
Cassrmeres aad Suitings,
and Finest Textures in
application to those
' Nea-Besldet Not lee.
No. o"94, R. D. In th Chancery Coutt of
Shelby Coat.tr, Tana. Slat ef Taaoes
aaa, lor iu owa as, eto., ti. t. L. Siaa
It appearing from bill which is sworn to in
thia caus that th de'eedsot. Herbert
Khelt, ii a reiidaLt of Meaieo; ibat J. H,
aod II. M. bowenstiue, Mary, Ada anil
Daisy Sprout, Jennie Sproa , aow narried,
and her husband, wbos sins tsanknown.
Anna Little, W.C. Little. Jraai Peat and
hasbann, Post, and John E. btebbias,
are residents of Mew York ; that D. C. Low
enstin is a rosideat of Miaaerotai that
Nal II 1'uno, clray W. Dunn, tiaanie K.
Porter aad husband. Dr. Porter, Geo. W.
Nail, Aona Nail and Cimilla Pope, are resi
dents of the Stite of Arkaasas; that Mrs.
Liaaie Thome. Ann K Proadfit. Jeaaia.
Caasia and b'amuet 8'iundera at resident of
Mississippi; that Ha-rial lluater, Toomb
liuiloae, Dudley Uuoose, Camill Uolley,
llenry tol ey, Later me u. ana ueo. I.
Barnes ar residr nts of Gergia : that Ckarlea
bprcnle and 8. I. Job are resiuenta of Lou
isiana; thatO. D. Filley. W. N. K. Beale, J.
M- Woodward, tiustee, I Bos. o. Ml Dan,
Ripley D. Saundera, Sallia U. Norvell ana
L. C. Norvoll ar residents f Missouri; that
K. II. Ua'gravta is a non resident of Ten-ne-seei
that Usrry L. Avery ia a resident of
tbe Sandwich Islands; that L. M. Woloottts
a resident of Iowa; that A. J. Hayes ia a
resident of Colorado; that Ida Lowire if a
resident of Maryland, and all non-tMai-
dent of Tennessee; anal that th places of
residence o rrasiy nproaJ. ataiy Sproule,
now married, and her husband, whose nam
is unknown, Georg Foster, A'ei II. Foster,
W. A. Gwynne, John W. Foster. Guild
Copeland, Samuel Q wynoe, Nancy H. and
Samuclla Ketchaval aad Lacy A. Crudall
ar unknown and cannot be asoertained
after diligent inquiry 1 aad that th nam
and places of rasideao of th heir of W.
J. Do Dose. deead. naaasi parties on ac
count of interest ia blocks So and S3, lot 40,
41. 11, 26, 12 and 13. bing part of th Dana
subdivision; aad that th nam and place
or residence ot to beireol aiama tlaynolua,
mad parties on acont of i a teres t ia lot 6.
block 11 (41), loath side of Elliott stnet, at
all unknown and cannot be aacartainad after
diligent inquiry :
It is therefor ordered. That said parti
mak thsir appearane hareia, at th Uoart-
tteus of Shelby eouaty. ia Memnhis.TenB..
oa or before th first Moaday in May, less,
aod plead, aaswer sr mar t oosaplain -ant's
bill, or th tam will ae'takan for con-
lesss u as to them, aad set lur Bearing cx
iiar ej aad that a copy of this erdtr be pub
lished one a week for four saeeessU week
in the Memphis Appeal. This 31st day of
A copy Attest:
S. I. McDOWBLL, Clerk and Master.
By J. M. Brad'ey, eputy C. and M.
F. II. and C. W. Heiaaell. Solicitor for
No. 6060, R. D.-In th Chancery Court of
Sbclliy county, lenn. Plate ot lenne
see. for its own me, et., vs. K. M. A per
son et al.
It appearing from bill which is sworn to ia
this oause that the defendants. M. A. and
C W. Chancellor, ar residents of tbe Mat
of Vary land ; tbat Joseph aleux is a resident
.- : .. . .!,.. i nr r .1 i v
II 1 .iiiuiui., ui. . wmr.ii, v. -avwuuuw
and Wm. H. Stovall ar residents of th
Stat of Mississippi; that Vbsrles 0. Bald
win, David 0. Baldwin, heyiaoar W.
Baldwin and TbtoBeld Uanga ar
resident of Arkanaaa; that 11 K Sen
teny and wife, Mary 'L Hill Senteny.
and Joeerb A iOanon are residents of Ken
tucky and all noe-resident of Tennessee:
and that J Allays and wife, Margaret II
Hays, Mr J J Sear aad BB Sears are all
non-residents of th t):at flenneaioe;
that th names and places of residence of
the heirs of Hannah Caudle and of Fred
erick Caudle, and of Cba N Caudle, and of
ML Jonas, and of Alexaader Keirsey, and
of John Zanone, made iwies OB account of
their interest in lot in bki'k 63, Gayoso
trect, 42x130 feet, kite SI and 82, Flippin
subdivision, lot 29, Borland avenue, 60x170
feet, lot "ai, Suaett street, and other prop
erty mentioned and described in the bill, ar
ell unknown and cannot 1st ascertained
after diligent inquiry;
It is tbetef re ordered, That all aaid par
ties and said unknown hira make their ap
pearance herein at th Court-Douse of
Shclb counts, In Meoiph a, Tenn., on or be
fore tbe first Monday in May, lHsn, and
Elead, answer or demur '0 complainant's
ill, or the same will be taken for confessed
as to them and set for bta ing ex parte; and
that a copy of thia order be published one a
week for four rucoessiv weens in the Mem
phis Ar peal. This 31st day of March. 1H6.
A copy Attest:
S. 1. McDOWELL, Clerk and Master.
Ry J. M. Bradley, Deputy V. and M.
F. 11. and C. W. lieiskcll, .Solicitors f r
Non-Ueritlent otit e.
Nn. NOP, K. D. Ia tbe Chancery Conrt of
Shelby County, Tenn. St. te of Teonasae
vs. Thou, as Boyle al.
It appearing from the bill aworn to in this
cause that the defendants, Mrs. Dr. Cr- w,
formerly lit idol, Johana, W. ('., Meytr, J.
V. C., formerly Meyer and her hutband,
whose names are nnkoown and cannot b
ascertained after diligent inquiry; Malcolm
Carothers, Malcolm MeNeil, J. P. Caruth
ers and Flora, his wif', Alice McNeil, Ellen .
M. Cruuup, are non-resident of Tennessee,
and that the nan es and uli.ee of rtsidenc of
the following heirs are unknown and cannot
be ascertained after oiliecntinqairy. to-wii:
The heirs ol Catherine McComell mad par
ties on account oi interest in tbe Winn tract,
south side of New Raleigh read, Kim-en'li
Civil Diuriet. Sho'by county, the heirs of E.
K. Mills und John M. Shiw, made parties on
account of interest in let 3, block 19, cast'
aide 01 Dunlap street, this being a suit to ea
foree the tax leins against slid lots.
It is therefor ordered. That they mak
their appearance herein, at tha Cour -House
of Shelby Connty. in Memphis, Tenn., 00 or
before the first Monday in .May. 1SS6. and
plead, ausweror demur t complaint bill and
petitions, or th sam will be taken for con
lessed as to them and set for hearing ex
rs rte ; and that a copy of this ot der be pub
lished once a week, for lour successive
weeks in th AprtUL. This "let day of
A copy Attest:
S. I. MrDOWELL, C,-k ad Master.
' By II. F. Walah, Deputy Cl.-.rk ai d Muster.
F. II. P. Walsh, Ss'l'ftlQT or Complaint.
OD-l!iidsnt No tit p.
So. WW, R. D.-In tha Chancery Court r
Shelby Coaniy, Tenn.-State o lenBes
see, lor its own te., vs. Laura. T.;
Moore et al. '.... v . . ,
I appearing from bill which is sworn to in
thi caus that the d-feadanls, Joseph 11.
Hiii, is a lesident of Iowa: ihat Knjns.in
Mcrritt, x.eutor , of H. P. Topping, .i- .
neastd. ia a rcsideat of New York; that
DsvidP. Davis. Vi..-tori J. Burrows, G. t.
Bu-rows, Joho A. aad Annie h. Kirby ar
residents ot A'ississipii; tha' wm. a. Har
rison and J. G. Cole are reaideais of Ken--tacky;
that Mfred I). Lindsay ir a re dent
of Missouri; that Tbon.i Allen il a
resident of Texas; that J. W. and H.W.
Flmn ar rssideat of Louisiana; that Geor
gia aod Erastue Sesalan are resiuent oi:
Arkansas, and all non-reidnts of th State
of Tenoess; and that Jennie aad Charles
Jooes arc aon-reaidBXs of I eaaesse. aad
thai tan piaees or resHteaee ot Laara. ..
Moore, loniaa M. Anderson, kuwaxa ra
bibs, Louisa tireely, Manry Jeter, Wm. S.
Catron and Joseph Brooks, tniitee, ar ua
knowu aad cannot be aseertainad after dili
gent if 'luiry ; and that tie aamea an places
of residence of tbe bein of Jame B. Rag
laid, desed, xaade parti on uocunl of
tbeir interest in lot rRlnd tract, Duniap
avenue: aad that tba name and places of
resideae of the ijirs ol Abb Pll, da
ceased, made parties oa acconntof tbeir tB
lerest in lot ti, Ikirlaud sabdivisioa; aad
thstthe natr.s acid piaoes cf ressdenc of
the hairs of Johr Bell, jr., deeeased, made
parties on aecosn' of in Ureal io south half
loti 8 and 9, .VfUlifsa subdivuioD ; and that
the Barnes ad places of residiBte cf the.
heirs of Jowt'h J. Davis, deoeaaed, made
parties oa sveoaat et Lt lores t ia lot ti.aoath.
a de of Krr avnnue; and that the aame
and places of resident of tbe heirs at Asbr
burry V arren, decasad, made parties nm
accoun'of iuterrst in lot 36, Cooper subdi
vision ara all anknowa aad cannot be ai-
certuJied alter dilirent inetitry;
It I therefore ordered. That la d parties
malr- their appearaar herein, at the Court
Hutie of Shelby aoumy, in Memphii. Tenn.,
on ir before the first kiooduy in May. lSUri,
al Alaad, answer or demur to complainant's
oil vr th sam will be token forsonfeaaed
r tt, them aad set for hearing ex pirte; ari
tiit a copy of this order be published once a
k for tonr successive works in .be Mem-
abis Appcrl. This 31st daj 01 .vara,
I w&vwz eo.
s Appcrl. This 31st day of Mar A, 1S.U