MEIPHIS DAILY APPEAL 'SATURDAY, 3NIAY 29, 1886.1
ON TUB BErmiOJI OP IE1SH
I MEMBERS AT WESTMISSTEB.
J The Sa!rmo Betwee- &!r Michael
Hrckg-Beaeh ui Mr. HladatoM
JL NOTABLE SOCIETY ETEST
T Watiaia- af ml eraaa Irul
I aa Mr. Walter Tatca.
London, May 28. The Parnellitea
am divided with reference to the re
tention of Irish members at West
minster. All aw opposed toawpar
ate aeesion without discussion of the
home rule bill. They do not object
to the holding cf a wsrion in the au
tumn provided it be in cantinuation
of the prf e?nt seesion. It is estimated
in the lobby that twenty votes are
till required iu oider 1 1 piss the bill.
be'.wer a Sir Michael Hicks-Beach and
Mr. Uladstone in the House of Com
mons test n'Rtitkas ptoducud aorae re
action among th yielding dissidents.
It is now doubted wlifcther tbe Premier-will
withdraw the h jme rale bill
in ths event cl its paslue on tbe sec
ond reading or abstain from voting;
on tte second rearjinr; of the home rula
KiU The Minis! crialtets limit 'he num
ber of returning marjoutents to twelve,
but they eipsct a large numbar
will abstain from -voting. The post
ponement of the dissolution of Parlia
ment until the heme rule bill pastel
ito second reading acta as a poweif ul
lever in favor of the government. A
number of Liberals whote names are
on the h'stof Fakeis on tt'e home rule
bill have intimated they do no desire
' u protract tbe debate. It i now ex
pected the d. vision wi l take place on
Tuesiav next. The Minister, rely
uponjobtaining a wajoiity of thirty.
will rtturn to Windsor in the third
week iu June. Mr. Gladstone's re
spectful suggestion to her to remain at
Windtor umil after the division on
tbe heme rule bill had no fifed, and
ber refusal to remain has caused a bad
impression throughout the country.
A DIFFICULT 'M.iK.
Tbe Times bjvp: Mr. Gladstone
would find it as difficult to enumerate
aftairs rnecially Irish as he confessed
it would be in bis ornv'oal fUtemeot
with respect to imperial affairs. He
had nothing furthtr io say about Ul
ster or objec ions to the financial
scheme of the bill.
MR. MICHAEL DA VITT
publicly defends Patrck Ford again't
the allegations mad by Mr. Healv in
the House of Commons that the Irih
World was simply a medium of collec
tion for the Parliamentary fund and
not a contributor, as declared by Mr.
Trevelyrn. Mr. Divitt fays that Mr.
Ford collected threefonrtha of all tbe
enormous sums of money sent by tbe
Irish people and their sympathizers in
America for the Irish National
League, besides sending a large snm
every week to feed the starving poor
on the western coast of Ireland.
Ml!. JOSX'FH COWEN,
Radical member of Parliament, pub
lishes a letter in the Newcastle
Chronicle in which he says: The dis
fentionsts. consciously or uncon
sciouslv, heve raid good-bye to the
Liberal party. The home rule ques
tion is not settled. Years will be
BDent over this fight. Political ani
mositits will grow and f ster, leading
to a complete recasting of parly lines.
TOE MAXWELL CASE.
Cincinnati Sua. 25ta: The wedding
of Miss Grace Irwin and VTalUr F.
Yatea wis solemnised at 6 clock last
evening at the ret idence of the bride's
father, Dr. Jamei T. Irwin, No. 140
Wett Seventh street. The ceremony,
witnessed only by the, tiembers of the
immediate family, was actording to
the Presbyterian service, and ws per
fotmed by the Ray. tJeotgsP. Hay, of
the r-esond church. The bride is a
charming gitl, and is universally poo
alar among her larpe circle of friends,
while the man to whom she latt night
p ighted her trth is a well-known
ntlcmiD of Memphis. Tenn..
and ths ion of a retired merchant and
land owner of ttiat city.
Mips Irwin Icoked re narkably hand
some last cver.iug in her coHjmecf
white Ottoman ti k, with a fioat of
crystal and embroidered lace. Her
veil waa fastened by a bunch of white
Wars, and her bouquet was tf pure
v, hitero;c. She wasntten Jed by fur
lovely girls : Miss Louise Orr, M ss
Jennie Willard of Washington Court
Houe, Mies Louise Miller of Wash
ington and Miss Edith Irwin. They
were becomingly att'rd in costumes
of white mu'l and lace and cmied
houautts of diSerent cclo'el rosea.
Thegrcomsmen were Mr. Ntal How
'rtonof Memphis; Mr. Tom Hanna,
Mr. Harry Kauper and Mr. EJwin Ir
win. A large upier room was entirely
filled with tiotaiidflome presents arnt
the fair bride by her many frinnds
Tne (fr oni'd gift waa a magnificent
diamond solitaire ring.
Only a few owt outside of the
bridal party were bidden to the wed
ding feait, which was served imme
dUtelvattsr the wedding ceremony,
but 400 invitations were instied for the
reception from 8 until 11 o'clock, and
the beautifullv decorated home wes
tilled with thoty who came toconaratu
late the handsome groom and his bon
ny bride. Mr. and Mr?. ates leu latt
evening for a tripthiough the sunny
Sautb. titer which They will lane up
their residence in Memphis at the
home of thftfn-oom's father.
Among the marv guevts rresoni
were: lir. ana wrs ueo. u. vrr, mr,
nd Mrs. Chas. Hoprjli. Dr. a&d Mrs
Thaekf r.-Mr. and Mrs. Ueo. T. Hairi-
sin, Mr. and Mrs. Harries llnlbeit,
Mr. and ftlrs. Jas. huks, mid, unver
Perin, the Misses Petin, Dr. and Mrs.
M. A. Snencer. Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Duhme. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. William
son. Dr. and Mrs. John Murphy, Mr
and Mrs. William Allen, Mr. and Mrs.
Geo. W. Diehop, Miis L'zzie Roberts,
Mr. and Mm. Hacy Hill, jr., Mr. and
Mrs. Wm. Webb, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Kinney, Mr. K'rklKmney, Ool., and
and Mr'. L. C. Weir. Mihs Neva Weir,
Miss Van Aunc'al (I Dayton, Mies
Hattie Br.nb. Miss Horner, Mr. Jas,
Horner. Mr. Fred Steele. Mrj. Chat
field. Mr. Will Chatfield. Mies May
Darling. Mr. and Mrs. Ban Dale and
Mr. Kuby Cranp.
DAT TAKE XV tTITU IX
The Daiger of Administering Chloro
farm by Yoasf and Iaexpe
Kova Neotla DlMatlKlicd with
Halifax. N. a. May 28. In an sd
drees jnet issued by Premier Fielding,
the following occurs: "In the opinion
of tbe government, tbe time has come
when the people cbould once more
make an effort to obtain releaee from
thn union int-e which ther were forced.
Dissatisfaction is- so wide and deep
that many ace heard to say that no
change could be for the woiss." Some
ol those who were tee warmest aavo
cates of confederation in 1807, are now
the most outspoken in their expres
of hostilitv to it After the fail
re of the repeal legislation of 1868-69,
to accomplish it purpose, the people
nettled down, not veiv cheerfully it
muit be admitted, to make the best of
the situation. "Give the union a fair
trial." said some. It bas had a long
and fa r trial -and the verdict against it
is more emphatic than before. We
ra assured bv the fathers of the con
federation that the affairs of the Dom
inion could be carried on for twenty
vears or more at an annual mat of
$11,000,000 or $i2.000,000, but the ex
penditure excaads the enormous sum
. of J35.000 000. while the interest and
charges in connection with the public
debt absorb nearly aa much as w were
told would nav the total expense of
Important Wolrt meoerlea I An,
London, Msy 28 An important
diecovery of gold at Kimberly, Au
tralia, is repcrtsd.
Tbe French Bart leal and lUe Esycil-
Paris, May 25. The ;Bt dical joar
nalaare not satisfied with the expel
sion bill because at leaved with the
government the iftiing of a date for
ODeration. Tliev demand ,t bill mat
ipg the instant ex pulsion o( tieFiene6
The VjWiW tondemos the govera
ment for yielding to tbe clamor against
the pnnce3. ltsaysaue government
has nhrliijtp(l !n f i vor of the rei olutior
arv caitv. and declares that aa era of
violence kaa begun.
Front and llall-Slarma In Irrland.
Dublik, May 28. Frost and hail
storms b7o destroyed the potato
crops in the Kildysart distdct. A lady
who is the owner of property valued
at bntween 4A0O and 50C a year has
appLed to the Kilkenny Oot-Dcor Re
lief Bnrjau for assiftance. She a.vd
that aha was ashamed ti appfy for aid,
but was unable to obtain her rente,
and only asked for a shilling a week
for a few monthe. It is stated tbat the
members of the board, who ere a3
NatioraliBts, refasod to grant her re
.quett, butotfered an order admitting
Dok tar lot la Aaatiia.
Bsrne, May 28. The SwiKS Federal
Couucil, icplying it an inquiry by
jfpaic, hes stated thaii Don Carlos, the
Pretender to the Spanieh throne, re
cently left Lucerne sn.ldenly and went
to Austria by way of the St. Gctherd
The Jtacent Houow .Clleraneea.
VisiiNA, May 2fl. The whole Aus
trian press is excited over the Moscow
utterances. The JVW Freit Prase
.compares thenvto tbe dis'ant rumblicg
of a timnon. Tne Preme, the organ of
Connt Von Tiffe. president of the
Council, says: 'Russia may well
onnt the nnmber ef her eneaiies be
fore thinking of war with Taikey."
The TagfikUl and Horgtn Pott reter to
the impor.ance of &(. De Oieia'i ex
pected visit to Prince Bismarck, and
expresses lbs hope that the Of rman
Chancellor and Count Kulcoky wld
oipo3ea firm rampart to Ro--ian pretensions.
4'litnac of. UnniK aa Bonthern
New Orleans. La.. May 28. The
etuge of tbe Louisville and Nashville
riilroad fcr a d stnce of 811 miles.
and the Piuses of other Southern roads,
will be changed on Sunday next to the
standard. Ueneral manager iiairj
baa oi tbe Louisvi le end Nashville
expects to bave the cbanga on that
mad comnleted bv 6 o clock next Bun
dav afternoon, but no trains will be
mnvpd rntil Mondav morning. In
addition to tbe change of gauge nearly
8000 freight cars, 250 passenger
coaches, -10 sleepers and 267 engines
will be changed.
Cat tins IJve-Stoek Bates at St,
Sr. Louis, Mo, May 28. An old
way of evading a letter of agreements
to maintain ttutlic, it la alleged, has
been euccesefully put in practice 'in
billing live stock from East St. Louis
to Atlantic coast points. It is said the
Chicago and Alton took out large ship.
menifl of cattle In thirty-four foot
cars, billed at 20.C00 pounds, while in
fact shippers were allowed to put into
each car aJl they were wining to rm
which would ordinarily amount to
about 8000. and sometimes 000,
rounds over weight, and which
equivalent to a very deep cut in the
ag.eed tariff. Tbe Wabash is also
charged with employing tbe same
tactics in the matter of a round lot cl
hairs. The cause of it all. it is alleged
is tbo determination of tbe Vandalia
to ooen a 1 ve-etock route between St
Louis end CJiicfg"), via its own line
aad the Illinois Central, which the
Wabash, tnd Chicago and Alton claim
it bas bo light to do. It is thought
that the fight will extend it Erie-
bound, dead freight, and possibly tn
Tolve all tbe lines in the Central TV-allic
FROM THE PEOPLE.
To tbo EniitoM of tb Appeal :
Iu last Sunday'c Appeal an article
anneered descriptive of the work
Miss Annie Paiiuct as a short-hand
ttacher. and giving iust honor and
tiraibc Act be'.b tbe work and i's author,
It was ttyled ''A Nolle and Beneficent
Work Well , lone." a truer and noie
BDnrocriate heading than which
could not bave appea- ed under. The
great value of the art of stenography
uas longbeen realized in larger cities,
and lately in SCemphia, numbeis f
whose business men can attest tbe
truth of the atntament from their own
experience. While the value of Uie
art itself is known to eo many, tb
trtwnr nnmbfrr wbo have studied
under a teacher have realitsd and can
appreciate tbe untold value of a goui
teacher, which I believe Miis Parham
ic in all particulars. The reputed
d faculty of learning is a .tumbling
block in the Wiy of many, but any
one with the deaiie and will 1 3 learn,
wto will tryai hard to acquire as
Miss Parham will to impart thfl knowl
eoge will find the d fliaulty of acquisi
tion much less than lie r she tad sue
prtBd. I hrpe you will ha7e rcom io your
pspfr to publish tbe above, and
thereby oblige one who takes m lively
lttcrcst in Miss Ptrbam's welfate
1U C. 8PKAKE, .'it.
FOR THI BV CUKK OF
NEURALGIA, RHEUMATISM and NERVOUS HEADACHE
11IMIA I. m I'nwuii t kt,J and nr.Ml runIM
UMM H a v -
Sr. Lot-is, Mo., May 2S. The pro
ceedings in the Maxwell murder case
were raiher tame this morning in com
parison to tboe of the la-t few davs,
ine time beiDg occupied with expert
DR. l.Ol'IS BACER,
dean rf the St. Louis College cf
Physicians and Surgeon..', and Cemoa
ftrator ot s igjry, te ttitd lor tbe de-
farse thit tt- pioi alil,ty ol deaiu r
si Hint from the u e of cbloio'onn
as vtrT gi'efit, even when ailmu i -
teied by skilled phyneuna; that lie
ime amount given to two men ot
equal physical s rtntin m'gn nei
even r-noe' rni of them unioc spoils,
wbi e it might instantly kill the ctli-r ;
that the best chlirofirm ought to be
ued in all caBer, and it ought to .s
chemicallv aLalyied befote used;
young at (1 inexperiencd physicians
were always in re careie-s iu uuw
tban tl ose of mature yeirs and long
. . . . I t , . T .
ine usitmony ri nr. miner iuu-
suraed tne remainder of the session
up to 1 :3J o clock, when the court
ooa a ieces, aiier wnwu iijp urv'usi-
one tauen in Hvde, Mislaou, tenti
ng to show that tLe dtfeudaut, while
liviog there, bore a good character,
were read, blu tins occupieu me rd
na'nder of the a'Uraoon. It is ex
pee'ei that the witneaa f.r the pr )te
cu ion m rehutla' will be examinRd
to morrow when tome eensi'ionsl de
velopment msy bn expected.
HnvUlMMl lJ a Nraro.
Gaithersuuho, Mo., May 17. While
ra'uruiriir fr m echtol th s alternoon.
a ihirk'3ii-cir-o!d caughter of Mrs.
til'.end, a widow lady living Ht mis
place, was met. by a tu ly nepro who
diaugfd her inti a clump of bushea
at d biuttl y cu'ragsd lur. Ihe child
fouuht OesuerHtely ana succeeaeu ltt
tearing off a piece of her amailant'i
coat, by which be wb recognized as
a stranger who had b-en here a dav
or two looking for work. Alvncbiou
naitv was at once orgamicd ana
started in pureuit. The criminal was
seer, a few miles away t j-uight and he
will probably be caught and bung be-
f ire morning.
Idi da, wbt rv It hu fcuiR been
o.U) remedy by the nuvi.
r-. v... .lit ounipiMJnd of T,i(ra with
aVwVvt other iiiKmlK'"" lie cur
ative propcrtka hv lwn Uionmfliiy u-trt.il.
e-..V. b ken UiU-rnallv. an.l pn-
J.'UV.VVC due. no unpii'
muum. Waltu a u . m. una, Ma
tin tented TnMMUKf Hi aerernl nn d Haa
rftlaia. It ! Hi ,"n in irfect .11 ,.t . ( , n.
tr . l lvnAKiiK In Nenralcia and Inf
mauxv Ktuiua two. uh the -rj ua intt.
..u. n Orl i irvi or Mornhtna
I , i . m , i . ,,w r- - wi t . u p pr,l i v
FOR BAI F. BY ALL lKlH.iilm. run iv n a .. . ..
A. A. MELU-5. - P HH r.,l Til WAHHINOTOM AM K eT 1 . .tTTH.
Hilk rnl. DnndrcMT, Frarma ami
All Nt-alp llnninra IBrwl oj
TA8T November my little boy, ad three
1 mmrm. Inll aatnut the move while be WHI
running, and cut bin head, and right aftor
tbat be broke out all over h'B head, lace and
letteur. I had a aood doct' r, Ur. , to
t .,,,1 dim. hut he irnt wnrae and the dcctti
enuiri nnt cura him. Hie whole head face
and led ear wore in a fenrluP mate, and he
Buffered terribly. I cauht the difease from
him. and it ruread all over my faoe and
irBn vnl intn n,v evea. Nobody thouaht
wouldever let better. I felt nre we were
1it. I hea d of the CCTiotBA
Rimiiikh, and iirocured a bottle of CrjTicp-
HA Rl-8(ll.VNT, a DOX OI l,UIHT, mil I
cake of fcuTH t'a Soap, and usod them con
tiantlT HiLvand niaht. Afier union two but
tle i f Rksolvknt, four boxen of Ci'Ti' HKA
nJ rnr kna of tiiip. wfl were perfectly
cored without a acar. y boy' ;kininow
likoentia. LlLLlrJ ttrriftu.
471 IIh.J ,IimL .lnriinv Cilv. N J.
Sworn to before me thin 27th day of March
185. utLUlhi r. nuiiuou.-i.j.r
Til at WORST SORE HEAD.
Have been In tbe drug aid medicine bail
en twenty-nve yean. Have been eollln
M,ir fin, ii'iiha RauEDita since the? cam
w The land all nihem in their line
Weconldnot write nor oould you print all
we have heard laid in Invor of the Cutigvka
Hfuwurfl. 1 ni Tear Ifu the COTICUBA 0I1A
oured a little girl in our houre of the went
ore bead we ever saw, and tna naaotvan
anH cttTirtTBA ara now eurina a vonnc sea
tlcmun of a lore leg, while the rhticiani
are trvina to bave it amputated. It will
ura hi ler. and nerbapa bia life. Too
much cannot te said in fnvor of the CrTL CBA
RKKDU8. b. B. BJilTU A BllU.
Ccticua Rrurdik8 are a poiitive core for
eveiy form of 8kin and Blood Difteaeeivirom
Pimplei to Scrofula, bold everywhere
P,;..! niiTiroaA. 50 cental boap. Jo centa
Ruaoi.vBNT, 11.10. Prepared by the PoTTia
Daua and ubkmical vo., uonon, mass.
oirTV lilemifhes. Pimulea. Blackheads
OlVXil and llaby Ilumon, uae Citici-ra
rilLI, or AClIKn AN
HAINN which no human iki
eetn able to alleviate. r the con
dition of thoupandi who aa yet
know nothing cf that new and ele
cant antidote to pain and inf am
the CuTKURA Asti-Paih Plastsk
TYXERTiESK rO T o"
fcu--t.-i; Nw Wp. 1 MiiHtrHt'd O.liiloK 1HH8
i- nnfwt vr urintwi. now rmdv.
kmm.in Ml-M'.l -..,-. I M.,. m.;1.
-.nl Stvlrwof OttiA I'.ibrirf
-i D6ikif Tablet, Chair t.
riTKV KtT Book Caies, LotmaeB.
ic w ft-?! Letter Fresiei, CabiueW
toff.;'1 Mil! Ladieii' Fancy Deekj.o
l-inwit (iocMlai and Lnvrm
lHoen (lunrHntawl. Oialalot
frea. Poatuge 4c Ho potUua.
Electric Belt Free
mo Intrnduna It and obtain aranta we will
JL for the next lixty dayi give away, f
of charge, in each county in the II. a. a iim
ited number oi our Me-riaan r-lclri
-vame huepeliaor J itnia. rrlce V;
ttoMfivii and unfnilinff eare for Nervoui D
bilitv. Variconjle. Kmiaeioni. Impoteocy,
etc. a.00.00 Reward paid if every Belt we
manuinctura doel not generate a genuine
4tlecirie current. AddreNi at once Lrl
TRIO BELT AGENCY, P. 10. Box .Hit,
Kr.toklin. N y.
And Commission f.lerchants,
HGU mmI 20S Front Hi,, ylenipliiai. !'
ft t f I TaiVMiSS i S
AW A BID rLAIU-af.IL, BATT-TABD.
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Molding, Lumber.
Lath and Shlnglce, Flooring;, CoIIIck and Cedar Vois,
HE LIVERMORE FOUNDRY AND MACHINE COMPANY
-o- . . ...
FOUXDKY & MACHINE DEl"T,lu(Hol74 Adams M.,empnjf.
Front a Ar 1
Iron and a.v.r ' w-
J jr. ,;-v.- ' .- . ..i.. --a
;?, i J in J u rf I I H II I I r 1
W. 6. CRAIG & C0.,39Union st.,MempbJs
IKON & RAILWAY
Sl lTLY DEPT. 2W and 238 Second St.
(Succeiiiori In thli lerartmentto JOHN MANOUUK.)
aa-Wrtte n for informatio" "n ANY 'III I Ml in either line.
(SlH:t3ENS(UH TO nEAjlli" A IIORtUN)
Old Stand, Xo. 0 Union St., Memphis.
Fuker.f horntoa & C
Cotton Factors, Wholesale Grocers,
. iA JOHN E. RANDLE k 0..PR0PK,8.
w)k 98 Second St. Memphis, Tn-
FUNDERS & MACHINISTS,
(livvl MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
cV J uglnea, Hollers, MawuilIK
Bradford Corn and Wheat ldlllN
Cotton l'reww. Cotton Akun.
HhaRln-, Pulley n.
NPKl'IAL PJOTICK -Wa ajppipard to Oil order
. ..... nntlna. fnr tha oala, ratd Mrdarl Fatoal
Wronghi i ... Pulley. Wa arr In took oral
Two Hundred Aaaortad nia.f.
a-Wnil for Oataloirna and Prlao-Hat.
W. A. GAGE & CO.
No. SOO Front Ntreet, : Memphis. Tenn
G. W. TOMLIN. WM. BKNJK9
NEW CARRIAGE FIRM
Tomtit. & Benjes
179 Main St., Memphis.
Offor tpor'al Indncem.nU In Open Duaglu
of oar own make, at Top Ouaaiea ol
our own make, at M. All work war
ranted. Call before you buy.
-n.vlnir dlanoied of our entire atock o
Vehiclaa and the Manufacturing; Depart
ment to Me-rn. TOMLIN A llKNJhrf.-.
I.emieak lor them a oontinuanc. of th
paironaa. ao lona extended to ui.
OABBTAOK IIAKHWAHK COMPANY
tfivwiu na- tiaaA frlotm for MOTEN, OIN FALLS aad
Titmiiiv ((imiv nt nil ilpHcrintloni. Send lor Ctrenlar
aud Prices lald.
75 Vanoe Street, Mom-Ilia. Tenn.
Tha Eruption or Meant jr.toa.
Catania, May 27. The lava row
Mount JB.na is advancing toward Ki
roloi at the rate rf forty inetrta
hourly, and U cow within onekilom
tra of ihe town. The aiacetit country
isal'o menaced, and the iohabinaig
are HyioR from their homes. All the
streams and watsr ciurees in the dis
trict baved'iea rip, and a water 'am'ne
prevails. The lava baa engalfed the
old convent outside of Nicolof i. The
King has sent 20,000 lire for the relief
of the suflerera fiom the eruption.
Drotumond'n Aatnral Leaf-
The only genuine "'a'ural Leaf"
tobacco in the mark-1; "two tin taw,
one on each end of the p'ug;" a mild,
elegant chew. Don't be deceived into
buying imitations. Take none Lutthe
original "Drumraond'i Natural Leaf"
Tka rl;rlii,l aal Oniy dranlae,
fcuk) and aiwayi Bal table. B.areol worn..
A. ... I mitlinn.. T ru i.tMtn.fLht ti 1. 4 f . I f'.i.
your lnitKiU lor "t hlrheaM-r'
i;da'I "anil tako no oinec, or incioae
(atnaipa) to u for rtioularf tn Larraa hj
r.iwn mcil. - - a."U. tni.
rhc(.r4 iK'Uilral Co.,
M.'iia MndlMoa Miiaar., PlWlndi.., f-,
TKAWKiiwplied bflr GKO. C. (iOODWII
Wh.le.ale Aventa. Itawran. affn 1
Ucxiur t'unv: A victim ofjroutliful iui-irutiAO.
sauAinff ilaniatnre Jecar, l.rvous XMiwtij, lAtm
Haohood. A.,ha.H'ir tried iv rain i?7 liewl
f indy. Aaa 4 1 acover. 1 a . 1 ni pia .-nc a n a 0 at If -m m
wlli. h b.w.llit r , f KFK In hi. fallow-atTin
,1,1 t J01.KK t V iUi. i3 O n B-Jww I
No. (S170. R. D.In the Chanwry Court of
Shelhy county, I'enn.Wm. 11. Wood .
lienj. WeJe etal.
It appeartna from afidavlt herein in this
cau'e that th. defendant, K. Trtievtnt aad
bailie Treierant are re'idente of toe Suite of
Louisiana, and non-resident of tbe State oi
Tennessee; Hen-y Lalhrnp, Lelia Lathrop,
K, K. Barnett, Lucy v . Barnett, t!. F. Mer
rk, M L. Mrriick, B. W. Uuniinston,
W. liuntinaun, Benjamin Wade,
Fannie Hose, Monroe L. W-d. and C art nee
Va'e tre n n-reidr ui of tbe State of Xen
nawti end that their residences are un
known rnd cannot be aicertind after dili
gent icquiry ;
It ia therefore ordered, That they make
their infipearance borcin at the Court-House
of rbeib o unty, in Memphis. Tenn., on or
before M Brat Mcmdav in July, IsM, and
llead, mi aver or demur to cnmplHina.it bill,
or the same 'il be taken tor cou'essed as
to them and Jet for buirng s x niirte- and
that a copy of hii ordr-r be published once
a week for fi ur aucwssive ween in the Ap
peal. Thi- 14th Jay ol May, lWO.
a copy Attest f
8. I. McUOWBk'.L, Clerk and Master.
By H. F. Walsh, Deputy C. and M.
II Ul Wilker on, SoJicitori for complainant.
WOODS & SWOOPE,
CarriaKea, IltiKKiea, Wukoii, Ilarnewi, NadtlleM, Agrlouli uriil
liuplemeutn and nacuiiiery.
Deering Ilcapers, Mowers & all Steel Hinders
CHIEFTAIN HAT RAKES,
P. S. ALaTON,
m. W. ItOWELL,
H. H. HABBI.
ALSTON, CROWELL k GO,
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H'liOlenale Dealer aul lulIlJhen,
Sol aa.nta lollowlnt First-Clan InitrnmanUi
mrk NKW t-OCTAVE VIANO FOR M!.-
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Write for CataloBnaa. rV oa. a rt n a " r " " -" ' 1 .-
ANDREW BTEWART, New Orloant,, ANDREW D. UWYNNE, Mem
STEWART, mm. 4 CO.,
WholesaleGrocers, Got. Factors
NO.S56 AK1 58 FROST HTUKKT, BnaClMIIS, TEIlfi
STEWART BROTHERS k COHPAHY
COTTON FACTO KS AND (JOJMMISNION SIKKC1IANTS,
NFW OKMUWH. TriHlArVA.
Latest Novelties in Footwear
FOR SPRING ASD SUMMER.
LOW KMT PKIVKMI
AGENTS FOR TUB FAMOUS
W. L. Douglas 13.00 Calt Shoe
In Button, Laoe and Congreu.
mw Illuatrated Cataloin. anil Prlea-Lltt
Kre. on application.
LARGEST BREWERY IN AMERICA.
Jos. Schlitz Brewing Gompanv,
r-mTiifiJ DIM VflH I l al Hollllaar Waraa. w ltValaa
MEMPHIS llHAMII.f .roBdleboa,aaMalaAal.-
S. ROSCH-aR. Agent, Memr-hi, Tenn.
HalM la 1HH. BM.000 Barl Haloa of Moraphla Braaeb, 10,OOe !.
A. YACCAHO & Co
WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS,
T0. A TJT '-f fTfOWT tTT? VWV WrWPHrs
J. A. BAILEY.
(1. K. WITT.
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330 Necoiid Nlreot, MempIiU.
ALAROK AND CO MP LOTH STOCK OF PUJMDKRH. OA3 AND STK.M
Matcrliils. I'limp.. trive Wlls. Imn. l.e.,1 nn, -Itnne I'ipe. II I. Knlii-e. I
01 rnn : v. mm.
F. . N OK FLEET, ReBldent Partner.
No. 365 Front Street Mem-hiB TonnBMna
And Couimlasion Merchants. IlajiCornOaU, B 9, Chop Feed, Oil-Seal,
Llro. , Cement, Plaster, Buildln- and Fire Brick, Etc.
Cor. Front and Union, 1 Howard's Row. Memphis.
im. Zsr2JWl3 X CO.
Wh.Ical. Grocer, Cotton If-MJtor-And
232 and S34 Front St., Hemphis, Ten.
S. rLAIUKY derotei hU whoU time to th. walaVne and aale of all Cotton antrusUd
tn our rharv.. Cotton (V arehoui
MEMPHIS WEEKLY APPEAL
rl n 11 E 7 S a 1 f
m I a nn
Cotton Factors, Wholesale Grocsrs,
No. II alnloa- Ntrret.. : : ?Bf mIiIm. Tenc.
Cotton Factors and Wholesale Grocers
215G-208 Iont lit., HeiapbU, Tciaiaa
HILL, FONTAINE & 00.
Cotton Factors. Commission Llorchant
Ho. 116 South Hal ii tit., Rl. K.DuIfi.
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