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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL TUESDAY, JULY 6, 1S86.
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AMUSEHEXTS.
Irish lloine Rule Picnic
To Raise Fundi for Aid of
Parliamentary Election Expense Fnnd
AT ESTIVAL BARK,
WEDNESDAY, JULY U,ViSii.
Almlfon. 50 Cffnttv
AUCTION SALES.
Executor's Sale As Executor of the
state of the late Mrs. Kate Donnelly, I
will tell to tbe highest bidder, for jyh, her
BOt'SKHOLl) and PKRSON AL EFFECTS,
at 807 Poplar atreet, Tateadajr, July ,
at 10 o'clock a.m - -
JAMES REILLY, Executor.
A. M. Stoddard. Auctioneer.
REWARD.
DOH A larte black Newfoundland bitoh.
The finder will be rewarded by return
(nrNoSiijhMiejjte TAKEN IP.
10W On Pigeonrooat road, four milee
J from town, one oow. Owner can have
aine by proving property and paring
-eharires. O. C. SCOTT.
STRAYED.
BAY MAKE MUT.K From C. F. Smith,
Horn Lake Landing, one bay mare mule,
about eight yearn old, fifteen hands high;
mane recently trimmed. Bring to F. A.
Jones & Cn.'s stnblo rind he rewarded.
STRAYED OR STOLES.
$20
REWARD-Friday night, Jul 2d.
from Chelsea, one iron-gTavMARr.,
6 years old; works woll. left hip pulled down
a little. Return nwe to w. v, AV 13, v. r.
FOR RENT.
H
OUSE-No. 177 Union atreet; ix to
euht rooms. Apply to ,
MtsMPUlS LOAN OFFICE.
2 ROOMS ASD KITCHEN From August
1st, furnished or unfurnished, at 153
Hernando street : retercncts.
1VTICE COTTAUE Three rooms, on Co -XN
lege (treot, near south gate Klmwood.
Apply at 36 Union at. JOS. LKNOW.
rpjJE new and nice Wilton Cottage, on
X Waldran avenue, and otherresident.es.
L B. EATON. 12 Madison.
R
OOMS-At
23 POPLAR ST.
"DOOMS With privilege of cooking stove,
iV at
t No. 2(1 Linden street.
TV TV RESIDENCE 409 Vance street, from
J.V1- the 1st of September. Ar ply to
ItR. OVhRALL. 381 Main at.
H
OUSB-75 Adams street, corner Third,
from July let : eighteen rooma.
JNO. V. Cl'RRIN.19 Madison at
"DOOMS A auit of rooms in Masonic Tom-
1 I pie. Apply to
BUN F. PRICE.
TJOl'SES 318 Poplar street and 136 Ala-
XX bama street. Inquire of
JCIIN hKED. 320 Poplar at.
R
OOMS Furnished, tingle or on suite, at
lj Madison st. Melerencea required.
COTTAGE With aeven rooms, near street
V car line, at i-n per montn. Apply to
U. F. DIX. 297 Second st.
OTOREUOUSE No. 9 Union street, with
new ouuuu-ruom, nawiwu
K. E. MEACHAM.
T3 ESIDENCE For three or fx
months.
L mvrosidence in the city of Fort Smith,
Ark., with or without furniture. Brick
house with ten rooms, in the most desirable
part of the city Hood well of water and
hvdrant in the yard: house furnished with
as; near street-car line; every convenience
of. home. Address H SKALS
Fort Smith, Ark.
TTOUSE A new double-tenement bouse, 4
11 rooma on each side; nicely finished;
large yard; in fact, all conveniences, on
Ross avenue. Good cistern. Apply to Mrs,
F, O'linUn. 1?0 Mnmia st.
WANTED.
mo RF.VT A IIOUSE-Of five to six rooms,
J- or part of house, if no children; must
be good neignuornood.
Ailriresa
P. 0. BOX 2119.
GOOD COOK Colored woman; none
tbe best need apply. Cull at E
MEYER'S, Memphis Saddlery Co., co
Madison andjSecond atreeta.
but
TV IT AN COOK White or colored, who can
1VX take oharara ol first-nlaei restaurant; no
ether need appy. T. M- Newman, 19 Jefferson
nVPBVnnnV-Tn null and see the eele-
Jtjj brated Gypsy Clairvoyant, at 177 Third
atreet. near Poplar.
"10LT Wednisday, June 30, one bay eolt
v tnor'ei, aged z years, soon mwne. kuuui
bands, spare nnut. neturn to ua vanco
A TIT1HESS nFvonni ladv who said good
A. bye to young gent on horseback lust
Sunday, at south gate Klmwood Address
FRAK. this offlre.
nuMSl KKHS Immediately, a good seam
O stress or dressmaker to go out. Address
WALTER, this omce.
EXPERIENCED SALESMAN In the
wholesale grocery business. None other
need apply. Address
X. Y. 7.., Appeal oflice
Til VERY ROD Y To snend th- sumn-.er
Jit Grayson Spring , Ky. J?or cutalngues
and particulnra call at ticket office of Chess
r-eake and Ohio route, undo- Peahody Hotel
ITUATION Uya whit woman as cook
ft. m., mm omce.
IS
URSE GIRL-Whitep'eferrod,
At 108 Adama atreet.
-nnsTTTON Aa collector hr a man thor
JL nuirTilv comnetent an 1 reliable, who can
give aatislactory relerencel and security, if
necessary. Address a. a. A.,tnia omce
"tOOK-Onlv FIRST-CLASS and experi
J enced handa need apply; work in the
kitchen only. Apply at 2o9 Poplar atreet
"DOSITION Young Scotchman, 21 years of
X age, desues a position on tne roaa as
"Drummer" for Memphig house; knows
1 both river and rail trade ot Mississippi, nr
kansas and North Louisiana; well recom
mended. Address Bo 362, Vicksburg, Miss
"10TTON STORAGE M-rohants desirin
J pnttnn itorairfl for another season wi'l di
wall tn .rlrlrms. rtr cull Rt SlnrchnntS Ware
1 house. 1?5 Jefferson St.; warehouse Al, and
the best of city references given
BOARD AND ROOMS In a striotly pri
vatn familv. centrAllv located. Doart
and roons fora t'dmlly of four: a good table
necessary. Address tmmediatelv.
tiUAKUun, mis omce,
TTtVERYBODY TO
KNOW-That I will
Xli FILL TEETH WITU GOLD for
tbe
-next thirty days for tl 50
A. WE8S0N,
243 Main sreot
. Mi,, aiii.Ai.v-eor Mrs. Campbell
I J V T.ltor "a. Tiltxr. Bustle, lloon-
skirtand Underskirt combined, lloops can
be removed and skirt laundried. Adiusta-
ble to any sue. Very fashionable, and sell
4nrfttn AVftrv wnll-Jressed ladr as soon a
hA.n. Airnnt rionhln their money. Also
lull line of new famishing goods for Indies
nd children. Address, with stamp, E. II.
CAMPBELL A CO., No. 484 West Randolph
atreet, Chicago, III.
1 a I H.l. H hNISIIKI) KKU-KUUM II
V V bath privileges; will pay a good price
Tor something nice, tor an interview, aa
dress. care this paper, A GEN TLfcM AN.
A N KPKRIRrV'f COTTON MAN
Xi- Controlling good European correspond
nce. fur a PAKTNKR: .11 Eastern am
Southern connectionf made; business East
past season ten thousand bales ; location best
town in Mississippi. References required
and given. Addrtss s. a. n.,
care Hermitage Club, riashville, lenn.
Q STONE CUTTERS On building work
tJ will pay good wages to Jso l men : non
others need apply. F. ObJULbi,
t'.V Main street,
R
OOM By gent, 1st of July, furnished
room, wun orwitoont Doaro. Address
)., Appeal omce.
C CLASSES In embroidery and art needle
J work are now being formed under the
supervision of Mrs. Samuel May. All the
newest styles of decorative fancy work and
material. Stamping and embroidery to order
MAN to take an office and represent a
manufacturer; la! per week; small
capital required. Address, with stamp, Box
70 west Acton. Ma's,
ALESMEN In every State In the (j. ion
to represent a PAINT MANUFACTUR
ING EiiTlU.TIiHVRNT having several
6riouLTiE thatare popular and eaay sell
ing. Can be handled alone or in onneatioa
with other goods. Address THE WM B.
PRICK MANUFG. CO.. BALTIMORE. MP.
OLD GOLD A SILVER For cash or ex
change. MULFORD. Jeweler. 294 Mam
1000 tFo?lT&
.KfiTRIG GOODS.
K4j iiroauway, new
fork. The only gen nine.
A G KM I S In every section ol tneeouniry
A for two New Booka, juat ready. 6iai
?:amto men of experience capable or fili
ng a largo territory. SUto exyirieneo. ago
and territory wanted. CASS ELL CO.
.(limited), 822 Broadway. N. Y., and 40 Dear
born atreet, Chicago.
POUIEh
Absolutely Pure.
Tlita nnwilor inM Tories. A marvel ol
parity, ttrength and wholesomeneea. More
eoonomioal than the ordinary kinds, and
eannot be sold in competition wi.h the
multitude of low teit, ahort weight alurr or
hostihate powders, aoia only means, tun si.
! Pnwmi 1W W.
,.N..Vf,V,
LOST.
POCKETBOOK Containing two peddlers'
licenaea and other papem. Bring to Fran-
loli Hotel, o r. becond and union, ana ra
ce ve one cnMnr tewnnl. k. v. Kfla.iui'.u.
i'EKSONAL.
Hi ;, a. aaarc.s a., in siru-i ouu
j. lUncn. No. 1 Broadway. New York.
CI ISTERNS Built and repaired and war
J ranted. Inventor of the Sanitary Port
land Cement Pump. Contractor and brick-
ayer. Telephone w. j hub, uunnmn.
ROOMS AND HOARD.
ROOM One elegant front room, first lloor,
furnisbvd or unfurniahed, suitable for
two; and one front room, second floor, fur
niched, auitable for one, iih board.
Ill BfiCUillJ Ol.
ROOM A nicely furnished front room,
southern eiposure: tirst-elaas table
board. Apply at 9 Madison street.
ROMMS With or
reasonable.
without board: terms
HO MADISON ST.
ROOMS One large front room with bal
cony and one large back room with
largs dressing-rcom, and ithers as good aa
an be found in the city. .
id umuj Dl.
T. JAMES HOUSE-Cor. Seoond and Ad
I am a its. Room and board t5 per week.
Day board t3 511 per week.
R'
OOM Furnished room, with or without
board, at 119 i:onrt street.
BOARD With excellent room,
124 ADAMS STREET.
' NICE Rooms, furnished or unfurnished,
1 with or without board, at 137 Madison at.
TWO large unfurnished rooma, with or
without board, at 69 Madison atreet, cor
ner Thirds
FOR SALE.
lART-Nearly
new villsge cart, Wood-
vtiff A. lllirpr makn. lionv and horse
shafts and child's soat, very stylish, with
Indian pony, harness, raddle and uncue.
Good for hunting or pleasure.
W. WAln-iWo, fliain airoei.
Iur-ouxioo ieet Lneap itoriu biuq muu
J iion. half asiiuaio eastoi Lauderdale.
Graded, Apply to .....
S. w. OAKK1BUM. ai Main street.
VAPOR STOVES At cost to make room
for new lot. A.IIITXFELD. Secend.
TJ ORSE
A stylish and blooded bugxy
XX
horse. Apply to
M. L. MEACHAM, 9 Union st.
BIRMINGHAM PROPERTY A two-story
brick store, centrally located, on Second
avenue, between Twenty-first and Twenty-
nnnnri .trontn. Int. '.'I '-.'.1 1 llfl foet. This prop-
ertv is worth today tso 0, but can be hud for
a few days only at JtsOO. No better Invest
ment canoe made man mis. items wen
w .Is., nflVtr hit nn Riirhth avenue and Sev
enteenth street, South Birmingham, KOxl's)
feet, with inn rovemenis, renting mrnniai
month Only 82510. This property has never
h.n n(Trrt k.tnrn. and will not remain on
the market. For the most profitable invest
ments that ean be made in tne onuiu, ouv
Birmingham, Ala .real estate, as thousands
ill testify, w. t.. ut.nni s vu., ngi s.
Postoflice Boi 122, Birmingham, Ala.
C0
CONFECTIONERY Well established, on
paying basts, other business to iook
Inquire of .
JORDAN & CO., 136 Main at.
after,
A PAYING GROCERY Owner wants to
move away. 73 MADISON ST.
CJTOCK and Fixtnrea of a retail grooor,
u KnmuT Monroe and Wellington atree'e, J.
SIMON'S atand, doing fine busineas. House
can be rented. Inquire on premises.
TWO COWS With young calve!, cheap, at
352 Lauderdale street
O FINE Jersey Bulls, at a bargain.
Ad-
I dress Joseph Goodman, Hernando, Miss.
C10WS Two aplendid milk and butter
J Jersey eowa. Alao, a pair PEA FOWLS.
Apply at 538 Main street, or northwest cor
ner of Rayburn avenue and Jackson street.
E. W. LONG.
TRANSFER BOAT As she lies at Little
Rock, Ark., the transfer boat HAROLD
B., 115 feet long long, 2t feet wide, 3 feet
hold; good engine and fire-box boiler; can
be altered into a ferryboat at small cost: is
in good condition, and will be sold ehenn.
Apply to Little Rock and FortSmith K. W.
Co., Little Rock, Ark.
SIX SECOND-HAND r lANlib-AU.iO.s.o,
$1U0, 12A, D150 cash or installments.
Also, one Chickcring Square Orand.
0. K. IIOUCK Jt CO.,
3X9 Main street.
T.-U.KUANT BRICK
RKS1DKNCK On
Xli Vance atreet corner lot. Addrosa
L.i Appeal office.
TDIANO A fine pi-no, must be lo'.d
at
X once. Call at Desoto street.
"! ROOKRIKS, ETC. Having concluded
VJT to quit tbe grocery part of our buainesa
nn, mtii-A atnck ot Groceries. Fixtures.
Drays and Mules are for sale. Anyone wish
ing to go into the wholesale grocery business
oan secure a nargain oy caning .
ECKER1.Y, STONE & CO.,
No. 2ti8 Front street.
C COUNTRY NEWSPAPER Address
J 8 W. BARBER. Ashlaid City.Tenn.
HOfn VVlLL BUYh new business lor
tSZi)J the litate of Tennessee, Ala
bama, Missouri or Louisiana, to make largo
eaah profits at once; a monopoly luiiy pro
tected. Parties wishlnv a good business ad
dress M A NHFACTl'RKH. this office.
Hotel tie C'or.elluM,
Situa'ed at Tullahoma. Tenn.. sixty-
nine miles from Nashville on a bench
of the Cumberland mountains, posses
ses superior advantages as a summer
resort for persons in search of hfa'th
and reoeation. The hotel is finely
located immed:ately on aline with the
Nashville anil unatuncoja ranroaa
with onita a number of nicelv finishm:
and furnished cottages, with hean'iful
shade tree) 8nd wa'ks in every direc
t:on. The water splendid, and the
fare the best the country can aflord.
Tta rnnvfinipnee is f ncenor to any re
tort in the Slate. The c'imate is mild
and invigorating. Boarders in direct
and close communication with their
families acd friends, with its tele-
sr'Dh exptess and telepnone oiu
cea and facilities. Patrons exempt
from hack hire and trunk handling.
For further particulars wonld refer
vou ta Mr. T. B. Tnrley, Col. Eli
itayner and Col. Sam Tate, of Mem
phis, Tenn., and otheis acquainted.
Adf ice to Mother.
Mrs. Winalow'a Soothing Syrup
should always be used when children
are cutting teeth. It relieves the little
sufferers at once; it produces natural,
ouiet aleeD bv rehevine the child
from pain, and the little cherub
awakes as "bright as a button." It is
very pleasant to taste. It soothes the
child, softens the gums, allays all
pain, relieves wind, regulates the
bowels, and is the best known remedy
for diarrhoea, whether arising from
teething or other causes. .Twenty
five cents a bottle.
Svbtjtiibe for Ihe 'Appeal."
THE COUSTY COURT.
QUARTERLY REPORT OF THE
'BRiuuE SLrc.Ki.iE.it;ai.
Showing of the ( halrniau for the
Tast Three Months The
.Motor Line.
The Connty Court met yesterday,
Chairman Sliughter presiding. The
principal busineea was ihe patsirj: of
bills and the cocsuhration ol petitions
for reduct'onof assessments.
BRIDGE SUPERINTENDENT.
The election of superintendent of
bridges was a walk over for tbe present
incumbent, E. M. Cole, who received
31 votes in tbe first ballot sgainst 4 for
R. B. Richardson.
BBIDGES ORDERED.
It was ordered by the court that the
contract be let to K. H. Feicon for
J 252 to bridge a slough on the Pigeon
Roost toad, and for 353 to bund a
bridge on the Middle Holly Springs
road.
SPECIAL GRAND JUKY.
The special grand jurois select fd by
Judge Douglass to examine the books
ot the various countv allairs, were
ordered to be paid f 1 50 a day.
TIIE MOTOR RAILROAD.
The followira was adot tod :
Whkkeas, Tud Memphis nud Luke
view Motor Kirlroad Company have
definitely located tbeir road over cer
tain streets, rrada aad avenues dcs!g
nated in former orders of thin couit,
and are now readv to enter into con
tract with the court aa required in said
previous order; now it is ordered, that
the Chairman, on behalf of Ibis courr,
enter into contract witn paid company
according to the terms of granU hero
tcf jre nude to said company.
llltlDGEH.
A Df-tition to have a bridae built
across a creek about a quarter ol a mile
west of Kco t'e gin, on tue Germantown
and Fisherville road, was referred ti
the Bridgs Commissioner with power
to act.
A committee w parted that it would
be a savina ol i-J.o to make certain
changes in preparing for and building
a bridee on the road leading fiom
Uicks crotsing south. Adopted.
M1!1,ES AND CAUTS.
A. O. Welborne, J. W. Allen and
W. P. York were appointed a commit
tee to purchase six mult-sand catta for
the use of tbe Workuonse nanus.
JUDGE? OF ELECTION.
Justice Powell moved that the Jus
tice of Ihe Peace cf the districts re
port to a committee of five the judges
and clerks selected ry them to bold
the AukUft election. Carried, and
Mestrs. Allen, Powell, Moore, Mercer
and B'und appointed s the com
mittee.
CHAIRMAN'S REPORT.
To the Worshipful County Court of Shelby
County:
I bea leave to submit fo von my s?c
ond quarterly report ending June 30,
1880. In presenting quarterly report!
I am aware that I am d grtsiing from
the regular practice of this court, but
it is a public matter, and one in which
the public, and especially tbe taipav
ers, nave aright to know something of
the financial condition of the county.
Below you will find the amount cf re
ceip's and disbursements from all
sources for the quarter ending June
30,188(i:
Report of D. C. Slaughter, Chairman, to the
July, 1881), term of County Court, showing
receipts and disbursements for the iuarter
ending June 30, 1H8I1:
RECEIPTS.
Revenue (II. B. Cullen) t 9,678 22
C. Weatherford (back tax ool.) 8.V24 13
Yen. exponas (Jos. Uhl) 417 li
M. & O. H.n. coup, tax, is& (A.J. .
H.) 1.06C 94
M. A O. R. R. S. F. tax, 18., (A. J.
320 18
213 44
l.lNili 91
4'it) 8t
3,2 0 Sii
2i9 29
1,32" 35
190 :
08 50
87 75
1,000 11
5i 3S
109 00
129 03
2,,'3fi 85
220 12
105 IB
M. A RaT."R. "R-'uxTiSnoTtAjVii")
Turnpike tax. 188.r), (A. J, ,11.)
Intereat tax, n. J. ti.j
County tax.lSW, (A.J. H.J
Ilighwuy tax, im, i,a. J. n.i
llalinquent taxZIKHf, (A. J- II.)
Circuit Court (litigation tax)
County Cou.t (finosl
Chancery Court (litigation ta x) . . . .
Criminal Court (flnce and costs)
M. & O. R. K.coup. tax (II. . v.),
M. O. K. II. S. F. tax (II. H. C).
M.iRal. R. R- tax (II. B. C.)
Turnpike tax (H. B. C.)
Interest tax (II. B. C.)
Bridge tax IH. B. C.)
Turnpikes (contributed)
353 00
200 (10
iUnt (paid by rope, Angeo ana om-
ers)
Workhouse (paid by convicts)
5 20
..32,2I8 13
Total
nrsniTRSl-'.MENTS.
Circuit Court I , Ml S
fl..nnlv Court 1,(4.1 08
Probate Court "K8 ?
Chancery Court -Wl 9i
Criininid Court 5.420 W
Pout house i"(-i 99
Courthouse 2, Ho 02
Pesthonse , f 98
Workhouse 3 245 .)
Jo.il 1.8U4 t,4
Bri.lgos 2,804 89
Kxi-ense account 12,020 16
l v.
TxrnniLrMn 2.758 07
Highways , !' W
Paul era, inouest and Pm. Ex 1?
Revenue (OfRoers' Com s) 3,40.) i7
Int.rMRt. nn Aniiinns .1 50
M, and 0. R. R. coupons 8,400 00
M. nnd Ral. R. ooupona 2,120 IK)
Shelby county funds, bonds coup... 1,:90 0J
Profit and lose (premium on bonds
bought) 300 00
(bond! bought) 5.C00 00
Total.
801,154 54
A..,.nl nrr.nl. nl, t-tn mil n (r last
S21.153 1
Amount issued during quarter 37,117 83
T ital outstanding and Issued...S58,271 41
i ....... n , --In-... .1 Jyrin uiisirter
and canceled 17,318 50
Leaving balance outstanding...HO,52 94
Of tbis amount trustee has redeemed
wbieh hn has not fumed over to
be canceled, and there are several
thousand dollars on hand rot paid
out.
BBCEIPTS AND EX I'BNIHTUHES II Y BE
PART.MBNTH.
Circuit Court Receipts, $190 3li;
expene, $811 05. Difference against,
ti.il 2!1.
County Court Reffipls, fO-1 GO; ex-
pens, 174;us. Uinerence bbuisi,
107; 58.
Probate Court Receipts, ; ex
pene, $788 40. Diderence against.
$'8S 4I)-
Chmcerv Court R'ceipt", $8 to
expenee, $503 9. Diderence agaitst,
$476 20.
firiminal Court Receipts, $1000 11
expenee, $54.20 63. Diflerence egainBt
J442052.
Poorhou'o Bec-ipts, ; expense,
$TO75 99. Difference against,$3675 99,
flonrthouae Receipts, ; expenaa,
$2165 62. Differ!ncB against, $2165 02,
Pes'house Receipts, ; expense
1284 88. Difference aganutt, vo.
Workhouaf". RoceiDti?. $i 20; ex
pense, $3245 63. Difference against,
43240 43.
Jail. Receipts. : expense.
$1804 64. Difference against, $1804 64,
Rrii eea. Receipts. SIOo od; ex
nsnae. $2814 89. Difference, $2649 16,
Expense Account No receipts; ex-
nsnu. f 12.020 16.
Paupers, I oquesta, etc. No receipts ;
expense, $1738 1(1.
To'al excess of expense of depart
ments over receipts, $35,592 32.
In my report to t'ae court at the
April term there was outstanding
warrants against the county amount-
ina to 21.153 63. There has been is
sued during the quatter ending June
30, ISNi, 137,117 S3 have been re
deemed and canceled, witn anotu
$S500 now in the hands of A. J. Har-
rir, Trustee, redeemed during the
month of June, but have not been
turned over as yet for cancelation,
leavine a balance of about 3;,ij0slul
outstanding against the county.
Th's burg the tuns ol tlm vear
when but little revenue is raid iuto
the treasury except on iiriviltgcs, I
am glad to fay that our d's'?ursetueuts
for Ihe quatter.ln propailion io tua
amount of receipts, are much lees
than could have been expected, espe
cial! v when we tike into consideration
the fact that the disbursements have
bem enlarged by the ruymeot of
claims unusual in the regular chan
nel cf bueinetR. Of the'amount that
hts aided in the increase ( f dirburae
tuenta for tbe quarter, I will state that
we have paid abmt jjoou to asses-
eore, raid J1H0 7 to me Taxing
District for paving f opiar street irom
Main to the alley. We have paid
nearly 116,500 cost and attorney's lees
in the Norton case. With the inciease
of (alary of the chairman, Poorbouse
Committee, ovetseer and guards at the
Workhouse, a continuous coon ot four
teen days of the April tenn and tbe
appropriation of a Inrge imount cf
claims against the, county that should
not have been paid until tnis term ot
the cr.utt, our disbursements have
been very reasonable.
I would most respeMf .illy call your
attention to another matter that I con
ceive to be ot fomo importance to the
cauniv. The item of irsurarce rn
county property. I tind tliat the
courthouse has been placed in vari
ous companies. The 1'oorliouse has
! , Workhouse $ , Pesthonse
, all placed in good emtpatiirs.
On examination I tind that tha
Countv Jail has ie?er been covors d
by any insurance. Why it t:as net
beau. I am unable to sty. As it is
as near titeprcof as any building in
the city it may have been unneces
sary bv mv predecessors to have
it iiiBuied. hut it Is a lino and
valuable building, and one that
cut the county a very large amount
ci money, i am oi opinion iimi. u
small policy, say $25,000, should be
plr ced unon it. It never haviua been
insured, I felt it my duty t3 tall yi nr
attention to it, end submit it to you for
your considt ration, to determine as to
the expediency ol piaciHir some in
Rurncs on it. It can be insured in
th best companies at one per cent,
While on the question of insurance,
1 wish to siy that wo are paying a per
ct nt. cn all our policies on tue court
house. I think this rate much too
high, as it is leas liable to danger than
other property in the city covered by
a It s.s rate. The building is
guarded, and as we keep a night
watchman both winter and summer,
it teems to me that we should get
better rates. Howcer, 1 am assured
by some of tbe companies that if tbe
county should furnish rs own waior,
as contemplated, by means of a well
proparly arranged f jr the distribution
of water, that the rates of insurance
win tie reduced as soon as iobi is done.
Hespectfully. i. c. blai'ohthb.
Ilrldgc Nuperlnlf mleut'e Report.
E. W. Cole, Superintendent of
Biidgca. reported as follows:
ftKRaUNTowK. Tnn.. July 5. 18i.J
To the Honorable (Jointly Uourt, Mitilliy
County, lonn. :
Gentlemen I repeMfully mbinit
the followinir as my report lor tne
fourth ouarter ol my term elocteu icr
beginning the 1st of Aptyl, 18S0, and
ending July 1st, lssti; tno same era
braciuit the amounts appropriated bi
vonr lionorable body, together witl
umouuta paid out for actual work exe
cuted, who to, time of letting, places
of ronslriict.on. etc. :
First bl dee. let April 22d, to It. t.
Ellis. ncro?s creek near Capleville, on
the Caploville and Whitehaven road
fur the Rinuol 110.
Second bridge, let April 10:b, ta W
York, the rcMuirs on Bamshe bayou
bridge, in the lourtn tiivu Diatrici,
for the torn of $15; amount of appio-
nrtation 50.
' ... . .. .. 1. -m mi i-
lliird briane. let May l tn, w air,
R. II. Pearson, across branch on the
Middle I (nil v Ktirinfis road, in the
Two lth C.vil Distr.ct, for the aum of
$53; amount of appropriation $75.
Fourth bridge, let May mo, to jar,
W. II. Coats, across branch on the
Rtlaiirh nnd Hernando road, in the
Eigtiteinth Civil Distr ct, for the sum
of 429 ; amount of appropriation 40.
Fifth bridge, let May 18th, to Mr,
U. 11. Pearson, asroas Won river on
tho llindiuan ferryi rosd, in the Fif
teenth nndSxteonli Civil Districts
(repairs), for the sum ol $22; ; amount
of appropriation t.
h xth bruise, lot way utn, to an,
R. II. McCaller. across branch on tho
Wyatt and Donald road, in the Second
Civil District, lor tae sum oi i;s
amount of iioroniiation $-"4.
(nvontb. bntlire. let may aist. to an.
H. J. Bean, across Horse cieek, on the
Covington and Arlington road, in the
Kirat Civil District, for the sum of
$04 95; amount of appropriation M5,
Eighth bridge, let way sm, to mr,
.T. A. Murray, across dltcbon the Cov
ington and Arlington road, hirst Oivil
District. f:r the sum of $30; amount
of appropriation .iO.
Ninth bride, let way zisi. to mr. n
J. Bean, across brincb Covington and
Arlington road, rirst Civil District, lor
the sum of $;; amount oi appropria
tion Jil5.
Tenth bridge, lot May TM, to Mr.
L. M. Vaughn, acrors Ilatchio river.
"Covinaton and lirunswica rosd."
First Civil District, for the sum of $27 ;
amount of appropriation $50.
Eleventh bridge, let May 221, to Mr.
J. 8. Bean, acrojs Jones's creek, New
Biownevillo road, Eighth Civil Dis
trict, for the sura of $125; amount of
appropriation $172.
Twelfth bridge, let May 24tb, to Mr.
S. J. Bean, ecrors branch on tbe
Woodstock and Inland Forty road,
Third Civil District, for the sum of
$37; amount appropriated, $37.
Thirteenth bridge, let May 24th, to
Mr. S. J. B?an. across Hatcbia river
and glongh bridges in Hatcbie boltom
ontheB g Creex plank road, Third
and Mxtb Civil Districts (repai:a), for
the sum of $15; amount of appropri
a'ion, $15.
Fourteenth bii-fge, lt June th, to
Mr. 8. J. Bean, across Huiricane creek
on tbe Brownsville road, Seventh
Civil Distiict, for tbe sum of $14 25;
amount appropriated, $15.
Fifteenth bridge, let June 8th, to
Mr. W. II.: Dale A Co., asioss Alex
ander branch on the Porteraville and
Cuba road, fcecond Civil District, for
the sum of $70; Bmount of appropri
ation Kriiltre let Juno ltith. to W. T. Ncs
hif. across Kunconnnh creek on the
finirn Island road. Thirteenth Civil
District, for the sum of $125; amount
of appropriation, jwi.
Kridffa let June lOtb. to W, T. Nes-
bit. acrosa Cobb slongh on tbe Big
rtrenk plank road (repairs), for the
Him oi ltH, amount, ot g.prp'iiai,iuu
$
Bridge let Jane 18th. to R. H. Pesr
mnn. KcrnBs Klooirh in Nonconnah bot
tom slongh and Pigeon Roost road, for
the sum ol r2 ; amount oi appro
nrint.inn. C252.
Bridue let June 23d, to Charles
Watkins, to building bulkhead ' to
Henry avenne bridge, for the sum of
Hi; amount o! apnropnn'ion, f 20.
Bri lca let July 3d, to K. D. May,
across N'onconnah creek, Uermautown
and Capleville road, far the sum of
$100; amount of appropriation, $100.
Sixteenth bridge, let June 2ftth to
Mr. S. J. Bean, across btanch on tbe
'Oimrville and Ka'eigh road, near
Mn, U'ackwells, Seventh Civil Dis
trict, for the sum of fti! ; amount of
p i irepr i at l on , $ .
ISb- enteenth bridge, let June .' ith to
r. S J. Pean, across branch a bridge
near Mai. Tlor'e p'acs on the Som-
ervil'e road, Seventh Cvil district re
pairs), for the sum of $3t; amount
apnropria'ed, $:6.
h.iBiiteentu ir.dge, lei J one iui to
Mr. S. J. Bean, acres Cottonwood
creek, Ksleigh road, near the Poor
house, Eighth Civil District, f.r the
anra of $ti 25; amount appropriated,
$t5.
AUe On tha Z:id of June 1 adver
tised for propositon and plans for
wrought iron bridges, and from cause
best anown to a put of the Iron
Bridge Commission the matter of let
ting was deferred, thereby losing our
beat competition.
1 have not measured any bruises
this quaiter from the reaeon I have
not bed time to do no, aa tha other
work lus required all of my attention.
The whole amount expended this
quarter in the erection of new bridges
ami rerivrine old ones is .(."' u v,.
Whole umonnt expended in mo
erection ol new and repairing old
bridges dining tho year ending July II,
issti, 5i'',t7U 55. Keapenliuiiy bud-
niitt?d,
E. M. COLE, Urid,re Siiperintcndest.
SUMlFIt NAll.tlt.
An
Iisihsiowii lineiny or Mirrlll
Ctaiou Trim Unme.
Some vindictive enemy cf Sheiill'
Cannon sueoceded yesterday in circu
lating a report that he sought Hie in-
lorieincnt given luni uy me uepiinu-
ng on Saturday last, lhat thia was
done with a view to injur ng Inm
with bis own naitv thera can be
nn doubt, and th.it it will min
rnhlv fail is equally trim. And
it goes without saying that the very
men who are having so much to say
on the subject would have given their
ears to eecure a similar indorsement,
Wlinn Baked about tho matter yester
day Sherill Cannnn said: "It is we'l
known to tbe Democrats of Shelby
county that 1 havo been a candidate
lor renommnlion to tue omce oi emer
iti, which I know hold, and that
was sue li candidate hud .ecu to
the vote of the Democratic tlonven
tiou. I have always been a Dem crat
and an outspoken one. This, too, is
well known to all classes of my fellow
citizens. The nomination ny tue re
publicans on Saturday muht Is, there
fore, a compliment I appreciate and
one that I accept as an indorsement
of my oflicial course all the moie to
ha prized that it conies to mo wiuiout
any promise or pledge from me.
NEuorivnoTs penmnu
Helnreu III nmiliia, aiirmniK-
hnni ftiul Allnullc and IJeoralsi
I'nt-lllc.
The railroad problem just now is
dillictilt of solution and increaaesin
interest. Negotiations are nnw pend
ing between the Memphis, Birmipg-
ham and Atlantic ranroau nun ttm
Georgia Pacific, looking to a consoli-
uation ol the two roads, so as to mmi
a continuous line from Memphis, uy
way of Birmingham, to Atlanta. A
irlance at the map will show that theae
roans conBoiioutcu wuuiu oupii y
most imporlant Eastern connett on,
giving us tho most direct route
to the coal nnd iron fields of
Alabama and to Atlan'a.t he capital ciiy
and railroad center of Georgia. It is
well known that the Georgia Pacillc
and Georg'a Central comitituto rival
SBtomp. The ( orgia Central system
is now at Good Water, within about
6fty miles of Birmingham. The Kan
pas City company has already begun
the construction of its road westward
from Birmingham and it is understood
that a large foroe is now at work on
this line. The road of the Gaorg a
Pacillc runs west from Birmingham,
about torly-llve miles in a direct
line of Memphis. It thus appears
that the Kansas Oily Company paral
lels Us road for that distance out of
Birmingham. Tho outcroppings all go
to show that the Kansas City Com
pany and the Georgia Central ayatem
look to a close alliance, while, on the
other hand, the Memphis, Birming
ham and Atlantic Company and the
Georgia Pacific will consolidate. To
accomplish this it is only necessary to
extend the road of the former com
pany the distance of about 100 miles
east from Tupelo. It is moro than
probable, alter all, that we nre to
Lave two ronils from Memphis to Bir
niinghariu A DIUSIROIS FII1E
'Buel by nn EsplosiloB or I'lrr-
Works,
Nkw York, July 5. At the hour
when Harlem was getting ready for a
display of fireworks a tire broke out in
the fancy giods store of M. Ktrausky,
at Nn 22ii:t Third avenue, and resulted
In a damage of some $200,000 Deiore it
wan fixt mm e led. A StTCK OI nre-
nnria flint Struiakv had on the side-
wnilk In front of his store was limited
by a lighted cigar butt carelessly
thrown among them and caused the
dieaster. Two buildings were ennreiv
destroved and two more were gutted.
Justus Coko, occupied tbe greater part
of the burned building as a private
storehouse for furniture, lwo bun
drnd neraons had goods in storeage
w t.h Coke, and tue iocs i j
them will aggregate JlOO.ouo.
Mr. Coke estimates Ins personal
lots at $200,000. Strauaky will
lr $10,000. nnd the buildings are
damaged to the extent of JOOXOO,
flther occupants of tho building lore
0,000. Insurance covers nearly an
the losses. It was rumored that a girl
had luen miflocuted within the build
inc. but this could not be confirmed.
ON 'CHANGE.
ViBiToiia on 'Change yesterday : Mrs,
niara Smith and Claude Smith of Lit
tie Rock, Ark. ; Mr.4. Eddie U. Sloths-
bury, city; 1). T. Hargrove, iieiena
F. O. Daniel. Morrilton, Ark.; J. Fain
Minoola, Tex ; P. II. Eager, Drowns
ville, Tenn. ; Mrs. Emma Jones, city;
Miss I -aura Hamilton, city.
Tbo Appropriation Bllla.
Wahhimoton, July 5. The follow
ing is tbo position of tbo six regular
appropriation bills which still await
toe action of Congress: The legislative
bill has passed both houses and awaits
the action of the conferees; the river
and harbor bill is the unfinished busi
ness in the Senate ; the naval bill has
been reported by the Senate Commit
tee on Appropriations and is upon the
Senate calendar; the sundry civil bill
is before the Senate committee ; the
general deficiency bill is under con
sideration in the House, and the forti
fication bill has not yet been reported
from tho House committee.
THE C0)ILr coFLicr
BETWEEN VICE A XI) TIBTl'E
THE SUBJECT OF
A Sernion by the Rev. Or. Mahon or
the Central MethodUt
Cliarch.
The Rev. Dr. Mahon preached a
power'ul sermon nt the Central
Methodist Church last Sunday morn
iogon the "Duties ami Responsibiiitios
of Civil Ollicere." His text was: 1.
Sam. xv, 13, 14. "And Samuel came
to Saul; and Saul said unto him:
'Blessed be thou of the Lord. I have
performed the commandment of the
Lord.' And Samuel said: 'Wbat
meaneth then tha bleating of the sheep
in mine ears, and the lowing of the
oxenhichI hear?' "
Wo are commanded to render
obedience to the powers that be," Dr.
Mahon began, "lor they ordained oi
God. Loyalty then is a Christian, for
it is through good government that we
are enabled to lead quiet and peace
able lives, and to worship God un
molested. As Christians wo are
earnestly exhorted in the Scriptures to
pray for our mlera.that they may have
wisdom and discretion, nml that we
ourselves may ooioy freedom. 1 de
plcra the habit which is fur too pre
valent among uh in this tieo country,
of speaking disrespectfully of inagia
tratea and other civil cliicers. Men
in otlicial position are not indeed
ubove criiic's.u, but they should be
JI'IHIKI) WITH CACTION
and their adminislra'ion critici'ed with
the respect due the representatives of
law. Whenever a people learn to es
teem lightly law through a cjntempt
for thorn! who aro appointed to admin
ister it, then look out for oppression
and injustice- ami all manner of frauds.
We are to apeak I ulayfora littla while
on 'The Ihities and Responsibilities
of Civil Ollicors.' 1 do not rut at ti
be preauuiptuons in dictating advite
where it is nit needed. We all are
interested in good government and in
the choice of our rulers?. I have select
ed Snul. the li t Hi King of larael, as one
wboee oflicial character is pertinent to
this occasion. Saul was cnosen King
chiilly because of his commanding
personal appearance. He wan head
and shoulders above all tho tribes of
Israel. Notwithstanding his tine phys
ique, I here were defects in his charac
ter that utterly disqualified him for
being a prince. Many a man is
CUOSKN KOU OKI'ICK
with but litt'o regard to hia qualifica
tions. He lc.oks well or is glib cn t he
tongue, is full of humor, and is withal
atollvgood Ifllow and treats. Ann
enough throw up their hats and vote
for him to elect liim. Sometimes one
who is utterly disqualitled for want of
true manhood and principle is in
vested with public cilice simply be
cause be beloiiL'fl to this or that politl
cat party. 1 do not declaim againBt
political parties, They aio useful.
In fac. I inn scarcely eee how the
country could be managed without
these pirty lines. Political parties, I
do not doubt, scuro the election of
good men to cilice, and iusuru a wise
udiiiiniNtration of the laws. One party,
advocating certain principles ol gov
ernment, keeps
A .IKl,OIH BYK
on tbe other, and by this means (he
interests of law and good government
are greatly promoted. In connection
with his party afliliation a candi
date should iireaent qualification
for tho ollice. Political parlies should
see to it that none but suitable men
are advanced for the suffrages of tho
people. No man should be installed
nto a plane ot public trust who is in
citmme. iNtitiier bhouiu any nun un
ti ollice who is not honeat. MohI pub
lie officers have to handle money that
does not be'ong to them. Only a man
cf clean hands should be intrusted
with such responsibility. How many
estates have been
I'l.UNDBIIlill DY TIIIKVIN
who crept into publlo ollice by fair
promises and Haltering speeches. It
ton often hannens that those who were
olected to be tho guardians oi sacred
trusts u'o every advantage to cheat
and steal. Remember that when you
go to the ballot box and voto lor put
lie oincers you are appointing men
who are to be charged with tbe man
agement of your affairs and that of
your chi'dren. A chief element in
the character of a public servant
should be iustice or the disposition to
execute the law and do right, This is
better than wisdom. It is bet'er than
oiatory, or a lino appearance. The
man who will do right in the face of
oppoaition, and stand to it though the
Heavens lau, is wonn ma vtuignt m
gold, and is worthy to be a kin
though lie may never get a voie.
UIII.N HAUL WAS Bl.sX'rKI)
bo was so overcome with a sense of
his littleness and inability that he ran
oil and hid himself id the Max, which
bv the way, is tho very lust instance
on record of a man lleeingfroma noml
nation or an election of himself to
ollice. No sioner had Sunt got a taste
of power than he became imperious
and haugl ty and proud and jealous
and I reali? believe had occasiona
lite of insanity ,the result of inordinate
ambition. It Is strango lo Hto tne oi
led that a little authority sometimes
has on men. They get to think that
the whole country belongs to them
Elect a plain farmer a squire, and at
nnmi ha becomes the most conseiiuen
till person in the neighborhood in his
own eyes Tbe Chairman of a County
Court will hardly give the road for the
Governor. Saul's treat defect was a
diereiranl for law. He had sen
enough, and courage enough to march
nt the head of his armies, but
he lacked the law loving piinciple,
He studied policy rather than pnnci
pie. lie could stand under a
RHOWER OI DAKTH,
but he could not rosist the appeals of
public sentiment. Once be was sent
on a niiiitary excursion with orders to
annihilate the Amalekites, a trouble-
simo tribe that hovered on the bor
dera of Israel. On his return Samuel
the prophet, inquired of him if ho
had unedited the orJer. Ho declare
that ho had. Whereupon Samiiol in
ouired. 'What meanett the bleattn
of the Bheep and the lowing of oxen
in mine ears?' Saul had fallen npon
the spoil, and bis apology was that the
nnnn n demanded it il him and n
had yielded to pacify them, but that
he intended to sacrifice these animals
to tho Uird. Samuel responded in
words that ought to be written over
the gateways of justice everywhere,
'Behold, to obey is better than sacri
fice, and to hearken than the fat of
tarns, for rebellion is as the sin of
witchcraft, and stubbornness ia aa
Iniquity and idolatry.' This same
species of demagoguery has tainted
the administration of many an un
faith'ul otlicer Bince. The people!
Some arrant demagogues are forever
Kxnresaing their love l irthe people,
while good men know tliat it ia their
own unworthy stxvut
that they seek to promote, and not the
interests of tbe people. A man
charged with authority can beat serve)
the interests of the people by modest
ly and fuithfu'dy executing the law. It
is by a h'L'h regard for law that a ruler
proves himself worthy cf his place.
l.vcry public officer among us takes
an oath to execute tbe laws pertaining
to his ollice, and tbe man who for
bribery, or cowardice or any other
reason declines to do it is guilty of per
jury, and is no longer worthy of pub
lic trust. New York City eit a i-ood
example tho other day when, through,
the cotitt, a striped suit was put upon,
a former alderman of Hie ci't and
he sentenced ti a term of years in the
penitentiary because he took bribes.
If an officer or judge finds that he
annot conscientiously execute the
law, then let him resign, and if he
ill not, let a law loving and a law
abiding people compel him to do it
on tho tirat provocation. It ia not for
executors of tbe law to ray that is op
pressive and therefore must needs be
suspended. Mercy, if it ia deserved,
provided at another quaiter.
I WIS ASTONIBimn
the other day to read in the AeriAL
that perhaps 200 persons mako their
ving In this city by gambling, and as
many more by telling liquor without
cento. Hub may bo true or it mar
not; 1 do not know. If it is, it is a
aid commenUry on our courts nnd
urles. That 400 people should live
in the broad daylight of a city like
onrr", uiunturni'd in tne open ana
instant vio'ation of tha laws of the
and, is a HMt'er for serious re-
ection by a I gcod cibzens, and
bad oil' s. too, ft r that. Under our
aw gambling is a felony. A man has
no mom right to keep a cam!) nig
house in Memphis than be has to keep
hoiro !o receive Btolen goods, And
say Initherthat no officer or court,
aa any mors right to giant a lUene
to keep n gambling house, or
11 El KIVK MONliY
as a privilege Ux upon any euch busi
ness, or in any way give countenance
to it, i ban Ihev have to license a house
to receive stolen goods. The fact '.bat
le offense is different makes no dlf-
re nee. We want good laws and trno
aud honest men to execute them. If
any law seems unjust or oppressive,
let it ho repealed. Until It is, every
man should feel himself to be in some
measure responsible for :ts faith
ful execu'lon. 1 d not spesk
the interest rf any man of
any party, l n eak n the in
tereat ol law and a od government.
The greatest daryor to our free Amer-
an institutions n nt this point. De
signing demagogues who appeal to the
unsuspecting classes, or who promise)
leniency to the .lawless are ever ready
to slip into cfliie. It behooves every
good eltiieu to keep a jealous eye on
the cihcds ol the pimple, and, wnuo
they are regarded with all due respect,
they should be held to a riiiid account
for a faithful performance of their
mat."
STOCK FARM.
i. w. ooniRAM. a, nt' iii.ir fbts.
COCHRAN & FRAYSER,
Owurraj nsitl Proprietor.
Un Horn Lake Road, 8 Miles from l
SUFFICIENT pastnruira for 500 h
stiit'k. Cliarxoa trnin 11 AO to S if
iiontli, a inlltiK t oaru and kind or iaai-
uraiie. IIks, cattle, calves, sheep ana
lmlH for uin. Purlins ilimlrin,r liasturairei
fur atncki or to iniroluue or sell stock, will
correspond with
W. p. JALKMiis, Agent, on tne riaee.
Toln.'hoim.WI or v:VS.
CURTIS & CO.
MANUFACTURING CO.
817 ami 81 T.Xr I V
N. Second Sr. f 1 7 Tmissovui.
aw mt : .
S ' ' AJ I urn. iT.J
uHTTTArTTTitf.ua or '"''"lii.
QAVJC ENGINES
OM Vf Of BOILERS
SAW MILLS
woodworking MACH INERT
LOGGERS' .StRAFTERS'APPLI A NCE
SAW AND PLANING MILL SUPPLIES
WIUTH VOil CATAMMJUK. "
Notice to Contractors. ,
St. Lucia, Ahkanhah An Tias Uaii.wat, I
OKfica oc Tita Ulnar r-uiJ(Ki r
TsxAaiANA.lKi., June 111, ISHfl. I
SKAI.K1) proposals addressed to the cniet
Kngiimer m the St. Louie, Arkanaas ami
Toxns railway, No. 4m Market street, St.
Louts, mo,, win oe received unin i
noon of tha 7tli of July, lHi, for the con
struction of a Roundhouse and Saaenln
Shops at I'lna Iilu". Ark. Proposals to hav
the envelope IuOorsml, "Psoposals for
Koundliouso and Macnins nnops v i is
niufT." Tha lollowina- ia an approxiat3
statement ol iiuantities:
4,110 ou. yards or nioavaoou.
210.0110 It. II. M. Lumber.
l..taiOllridk.! ,....
wsi h(uaroa oi uravoi iuuuub. , .
Plana and apecilleationB can be feen at tha
general ollice oi mo vu(uisny, mo.
Fourth and Market atreeW, Ht. Louis, Mo.,
at the ofllne ol 1'. 11. Uoulahan, Master of
Trrnsportatlon, Fine Uluff, Ark., and at this
ollioe. , ... . .
The Company reserrea the right to rjc.
anworall bids.
It. Ji. VnS nn i , V.UICI oubiuwvi
'tRJRiijiwPTosi. Pen. Hup't.
IIOIjSITHIIVH.
NETIIEHLANU PIONBER 407, H.F.D.B,
This c lebrated Holsteln-Frleslan Bull
will be at tW Jefferson atreet for the nexl
flfleen ilar'. ,lr" ' ""' beailofBinita
A I'owell'a herd, and la regarded as one ol
the best milk and butter bnlli i ever! mportad.
H, UALLOWAT.
Nou-ltesldcat Notice.
Circuit Court of Shelby county, Tennessee
F.lsleMoodtvs. William Moody.
It appaarinc to tha Court that on the Sta
day of March, liM. the petitioner, Klsiei
Moody, lilod tier petition in this Court
aaalnst tae aaid IVillinn Moody: and that
on the Nth .lay of March, ln-sti, a sub
puna to answer was issued aKainst said de
foniaiitby the Cork ol this Uourt re.iuinng
him to appear in the cause and make de
Iciise, whi-n was placed in the bands of tha
Kheritl of Shelby c.unty and by him re
turned March IU, Isaa. defendant not to bej
found in hia ,-ounty: and thereupon 00 the,
fith day of April, 1W, an allaa aummons
was issued coniiiuiuding the MieritT to sum
mon snid defendant tu appear in the cause)
on the third Monday in Mny, lwi. to answer
tho petition of the said Klsie Moody, and tne,
(Sheriff, having made return on the lit&oi
May, 1W, that a ter diliacnt search made,
the defendant. William Moody, was not to
be found in his county: .
It ia therefore ordered, adjudged and de
creed. That publication once a week, rot
four consecutive weeks, be made in the Main-
plus Aiipeai, a newapamr u "
eountr. reouiring the aaid. w una
is tbe lata n uimw muvujr
to personally n
ana pr 10 mis ru-i
the third Monday in oepiemoer " y?-.-there
to anawor the petition of the aaid Elsia
Mood), or tne iiaum i " .7
fessed and the cause will be ried parta.
A oopr attest: Jut-hPH UHL. Clara.
By (ieo. J. Campbell. Deouly Clerk.
James Gallagher, Att yfor pi S.
TBSPflSBiSaiS
t "V. AV Set SON. oi'' authorised ageate.
no-historyvs.nPva
rJliglo: Th. .worlJ need. on. H,'S
McCALL, I'ub r. 10 tt 14th at., tw .gra.

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