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JAMES CORDON BLWEITS
APPEAL AG A1XST THE DECISION
ATTAEUIStt CYRUS FIELD
5000 Damages Farored by the
Court and the Terdlct Quacked
Loudon, December 15. Iq the ap
r,al of Jumna Gordon Bennetf aeainet
the decieion awarding Cyrus W. Field
X iUOU damages' lor btitemenu uaruK
tory to the latter, published in the
New York Iltrald, the C:nrt of Ap
rl v1vq'ia3hpd the Terd!ct gales':
Mr. B:nneit. The present decision
takes the ground that Mr. Bjnnett,
not being a Biitish subjoct, nor a resi
dent of Great B itain, the substituted
service on him in Lor don, upon
which the verdict was obtained, was
illegal. Toe court condemns Mr.
Field to pay the costs.
The Bent Question.
London, December 15. The Stand
ard admonishes the government to re
member that the rent com piracy may
be more easily d-alt with in its en
tirety than by futile efforts to grapple
with it in detail.
The Titmt, commenting on fhe rent
question, eajs: "The landlords have
many civil remedies available. A few
examples under ttrict pressure of law
would probably bs sufficient to con
vince tenants that to follow Mr. Dil
lon is to risk ntter rnjq.
Jleuii. Dillon Mod O'Brien.
Dubuk, December 15. Messrs. Dil
lon and O'Brien, it ii announced, will
attend a campaign meetirfg at Kings
ton on TLu srlay. Friends advise Mr.
Dillon to give bail, continue the rent
campaign and force a trial by jury by
estreat of sureties.
The Irish Frees on Dillon.
Dcbliw, December 15. The Free
man's Journal states that, as the move
ment led by Mr. Dillon is directed
against rack-rents, the government is
unable to indict him for conspiracy.
The Exprm (Tory) declares that the
government musi uphold the law, and
adds: "Either Mr. Dillon or. the gov
ernment must go down."
The "Ofllclel MriwnKer" Conlutea
St. PaTERSBDBO, December 15. The
Ogiciel Meisenger confutes the articles
which have recently appeared in the
Russian prete, generally detcribing
Germany's auitude as hostile to Rus
sia. Tha Messenger saye: It is to be
regrettf d t! at the press has been thus
deluded. Owing to their mutual vital
interests the relations between Russia
and Germany have become more con
solidated. It has bsen proved by sov
eral trials that both powers recognize
these relatiocs as important to the
welfare of both. Russia firmly in
tends to respect Germany's special in
terests, and has reason to be assured
that Germany will continue to abstain
from any action affecting Russia's dig
nity, or the interest which have arisen
through Russia's historical relations
with her Eastern toueligioniets. Ger
many's ir fluence will be exclusively
directed to maintain the general peace
which Europe needs, and which the
Cor and Russian people earnestly de
sire. The more complicated and crit
ical political affairs are, trie more im
perative it is to disciiB3 them calmly
and with caution. Oa this account
there is less justification for the pre
cipitate and self opiniated character of
the comments of newspapers, whose
voices are by no means unimportant
in international relations.
Envoy to Bnlvnrla Playing a Doa
ble U ft i ne.
Constantinople, Dec jmbtr 15. The
Ambassadors of five of the powers re
cently inforn.ed the Porte that Gad
ban Effendi, the special Turkish En
voy to Bulgaria, has been playing a
double g.iuiH at Stfia. Yesterday
Baron von Calice, Count de Monte
fello and CountCorti.Austrian, French
and Dalian Ambassadors respectively,
told Said Pccba, Turkish Minister of
Foreign Afl.dis, that tot with tanding
the Porte's circular recommending the
Bulgarians to accept Prince Nicholas,
of Mingrelia, as cindid ite for the Bul
garian throne, Gridban Effendi had ex
pressed in Soda his personal opinion
that Bulgaria would "do batter to wait
until the re-election of Prince Alex
ander was possible."
It is reported that the Turkish Min
istry, in view of these representations
and after a discussion of them, has
sent to the Saltan's palace a proposal
for the dismissal of Gadban Eflendi
from the diplomatic service as soon as
he returns to Constantinople, whither
he already is on his way on a leave of
absence from Bulgaria.
Bow Pattl Will Be Beeeived la
City or Maxico, December 15. Not
withstanding the publio has been vic
timized in the recent swindle by the
pretended agent for Mme. Patti, the
demand for eeita during her season
here next month is so great that twice
the capacity of the house has already
been applied for, and this, too, with
prices of admission 25 percent, higher
than those fixed by the bogus agent
It wf S reported yesterday at the office
of the Governor of the Federal Dis
trict that the fugitive alleged to be
Charles Burton is somewhere in the
8 a'e of Guadalajara making his way
to the Pacific ccasr.
Londiw, December 15. England
has decided to reduce the Egyptian
standing army to 10,000 men, and the
army of occupation to 5000, thus
large'y reducing the cost of armament
to the Egyptian Government.
St. Pktkbbbcbg, December 15. The
Journal de SL Pekrsbowg says the
statement of the Vienna press respect
ing the reasons why Russia will not
receive the Bulgarian deputation do
not emanate from the Russian Em
bassy, which, the Journal adds, simply
informed the deputation that they
would not be received at St. Peters
burg. Bkutast, December 15. Judge Law
son today sentenced four of the men
arrested for wrecking houses along
the Shank Hill road, during the riots
last June, to four months' imprison
ment each. The prisoners had all
Pa bis, December 15. The provis
ional estimates to which the Cabinet
yesterday decided to limit the govern
ment's application, and which the
Chamber of Deputies, it in thought,
will readily vote, are for two months
only and not for two departments of
the government, as at first reported.
Dublin, December 15. John Dillon
appeared for himself today in the
action brought by the government
against him fur agiting in favor of the
"plan of campaign." In his address
to the court Mr. Dillon contended that
the laDgUJgo in the speech selected es
the rsis cjI rhe prosecution was justi
fiable, and that the Crown wu, strain
ing the law against him. The Judgn
declared that the "plan of campaign"
was clearly and absolutely illegal. He
ordered Mr. Dillon to give a personal
bond in the i una of 1000, with two
sureties for 1000 each, for go 3d be
havior in the future within twelve
days, or go to prison for six months.
Vienna, December 15. Toe Bul
garian Government has ordered the
depuU'ion of Bulgarians to await in
Vienna written instrnctions before
starting for Berlin. The deputation
have abandoned the idea of gjing to
St. Petersburg, December 15. The
student agita'ion contiuuea. The stu
dents almost daily iaane manifestos
to Russian olfieias, foreign diplomat,
and journals, denouncing the bru
tality and senseless severity cf the
Russian police. Numerous arrests
have been made but the police have
not been able to disover where the
manifestoes are printed.
a brave Vail jr boy.
Tbe Only Ferna Upon a Schooner
BrluKa Her Nafely to Pert.
St. John, N. B, Daceraber 15.
The schooner Emily J. Whits, from
Sands river, N. 8., for New Yoik, with
a cargo of pi ing, has beeu navigated
into this port by a lad earned Patter
son, who wu the only person aboard
of her. The vessel sailed from Bands
river with three persons on tnard,
Capt. Patterson, Mate Atkins and the
boy. It wes intended to put into an
other port on the Nova Scotia cobs' to
complete the crew. Shortly after put
ting to sea the mate was knocked over
board by the main boom. Capt. Patter
son put off to his rescue but was too
late to save him. When he turned to
row back to the schooner she had dis
appear d. After searching all night
Capt. Patterson landtd at Qufco. The
lad on the schooner stood at the wheel
all day and all night, skilfully navi
gating her clear of dangerous points,
and finally made this harbor. He was
once beaten off by heavy head winds,
but when the breeze changed h
ag'in attempted tj effect an entrance
and this time succeeded. Weary with
his ceaseless watch and labor, be ran
tha schooner on the flats aud sought
sleep in his berth. Tue Vtssel was
f and by the captain who had reached
this city and dispatched a tug in search
of the schooner.
DISTRICT ATTORNEY BLISS
Wins the Salt With tbe B. and O.
St. Louis, Mo., December 15.
Judge Barclay, in tbe Circuit Cou't
this morning, rendered a decision in
the tuit of Dis'r'ct Attorney Bliss
against the Baltimore pntl Oiiio Tele
graph Company. Mr. Bliss delivered
a dispatch to the Baltimore and Ohio
company to be forwarded to a client
in Chicago, appointing a meeting with
him there. The suit waj for failure to
promptly forward nnd deliver tho dis
patch. The company f r a defense
rested upon the emulations recited
in the regulations and conditions
printed on the buck of the dispatch
blacks, including the following: "The
company shall not be liable for mis
takes or delays in the transmission or
delivery, or for the non-delivery of
any unrepeatcd meesage, whether
happening by the negligence of its
servants or otherwise, beyond the
amount received lor sending tbe
sume " The Court says upon that
point : "All that need now bd slated
concerning such a stipulation, in so far
ss it seeks to exempt the telegraph
company from the consequences of its
own negligence, is thtt it is against
public policy and entirely void aud of
no effect. There will, therefore, be
a finding in favor of the plaintiff."
"It is remarkable that the South
American Indians never suffer from
consumption. The cause is their use
of Coca. They a'so never suffer with
scrofulous nor skin diseases. They
reach very eld age, and frequently pass
their full century" (see Journa of
tlie Royal Society of Vienna). For
weak lungs, chronic cough, asthma,
eh'rtneex of breath and f dm a'e tailor
ings nee Liebig Company's Coa Beef
An Advance In Coal.
Chicago, III., December 15. In
imitation of tbe example and encour
aged by the success of the Eastern an
thrjcite cjal men, the Eastern miners
of soft coal raised the prce of their
coal a few days ago. The higher
prices made by these mon have made
it possible for the miners of Western
coal to put an additional 25 cents per
ton ou their product. This opportu
nity they have not neglected, and
prices were announced yesterday at
2 25 per ton by the car load on the
track, or $1 75 per ton on the cars at
the m'nes. This rale applies to pretty
much all coal coming to this market
from points within the S'ate. Ti e
advance is favored by the temporary
short supply in the market.
"Onr Baby's I'lrt Tear,"
by Marion Harland, with other valua
ble information ; forty-eight page book.
Sent free on receipt of 2 cent stamp.
Address Reed A Carnrick, Mercantile
Exchange Building. New York City.
A Train on the Cincinnati Southern
Leaves the track,
Cincinnati, O., December 14 A
passenger train on the Cincinnati
Southern railroad left the track at Er
langer, Ky., this morning, but all the
pasEengers escaped, excepting one un
known negro, who suffered a few cu s.
One hundred yards beyond the scene
of the wreck was a steep embank
ment, which would have caused a
frightful loss of life had the train got
- Heott's Emalsloa.
Of pure Cod Liver Oil, with Hypo
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PaaaJea About Brabant'a Cheek.
Washington, December 14. Treas
ury officials are puzzled to know what
to do with a check for $25,000, drawn
by Claude Brabant in favor of himself
on the German National Bank of New
Orleans, and indorsed by T. H.
Merino. B afore the check came to
hand telegram was received from
Mr. Brabant asking if the check had
been accepted, and if so, that the sub
treasury, custom house and Mr. O. S.
Deitz, of In aw Orleans be notified.
Nothing is known at the department
in regard to Brabant, Merino or
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Mich., offer to send their Celebrated
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afflicted with Nervous Debility, Lose of
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MEMPIJIS DAILZ APPEAL THURSDAY,
we jew libor nm
OF PHILADELPHIA WILL GO 10
Before a Candidate Is Nominated
for Major Powderlj'g Order
to the Knights
Philadelphia, Pa., December 15.
The indications are that the newly
formed labor party in this city will go
to piece befere a labor candidate for
Mayor is nominated for the spring
municipal contest. The split in the
convention held last Monday night
over the admist-ion as a delegate of
Goreuch, the anarchist, threatens tbe
niott sar'ous results tj the infant
parry. Not leas that thirty Germans,
each having cousideiable following
in bis local orgaaiza'ion, withdrew
from tbe convention. The German
socialistic e ement in ths party claims
that the Knights of Labor are endeav
oring t mould the party and the plat
form according to their own wishes
without regard to the in ereits of la
boring men. Thia is the rock on
which wise political leaders of the
other partu s predicted the labor move
ment wou'.d go to pieces. Iu addition
to the contentions and wranglings
between diverse elements in the
new party itself, another difficulty
arises in tue stupe of outside itjflu
eiice npon the ward leadeis by politi
cians of the other par.ies. Oae of the
lenders of tae movement said yester
day that he was becoming disgusted
with tue conduct of affairs and that
if he found his suspicions of political
trickery in the ranks verified, be
would immediately withdraw from
the party. The fact that Henry
George, to whom the declarations of
principles waa submitted la t weak,
expressed his disapproval cf the docu
ment has brought discouragement to
many rtt the most enthos as'.ic labor
advocates, and it is an open secret
that they are seriously considering
withdrawal from tbe movement.
An Order for tbe Knights to With
uraw r'lOin tbe Federation.
Baltimobk, M d., December 15 An
order was received here late yester
day afternoon, it is said, from General
Master Woikman Powderly orderiug
all assemblies of the Kuights of Lab-jr
to withdraw their delemates to the
Federation of Traues. One reason
stated for ordering this withdrawal is
the aggressive attitude of the Federa
tion toward the Knights. Tbe trouble
is subatantialty the same that is in
progress in varioui parts of the coun
tryKnights of Labjr vs. Trades
Unions. The Federation of Trades is
a similar body tJ a trades assembly or
a central labor uuion an organiza
tion of mixed trades and labor unions
fnr mutual protection. Why Mr
Powderly should have particularly se
lected this federation for his atten
tions at this time is not clear. It may
be that all local aesemtiliee in the or
der will be instructed to septrste
themselves from aasoc athn with the
open trades unions.
BuunlUK With Non-Uulon Help.
Amsterdam, N. Y , December 15.
The knit goods mills here are all
running with increased numbers of
non-union help. The Knights of La
bor have declared a boycott against
tbe merchants and newspapers not
favorable to them. It is said that
1000 Knights have resigned from the
order within a shot time.
Lake Nbore Stinkers,
Chicago, III., December 15. The
difficult between the Lake Shore
railroad and the strikers have been
settled. James Monagan, president of
the Switchmen's Uuion, and P. B
Smith, counsel for the road, have held
a conference. As a result, the com
pany will take back all the old men,
with tbe exception of the ones who
were engsged in acts of violenca
against the corpoiation, aud will abol
ish the bli-ck liet
Coal Mluea Idle.
Cleveland, O., December 14. A
special from Youi.gstown, O., says:
All the leading coal mines in this lo
cality are id e, with lit is prospect of
a Fettlernent, the men coming out be
cause of tbe operatoi8 refusing to con
cede an advance of 10 cents per ton,
and in accord tnee with the decision
at th Miners' Convention held here
lant Wednesday. Several small coun
try banks employing only a few mon
are surrpn lerii.g. The miners at
Mineral Ridge aM working co condi
tion t! at if they give the advance they
are to rci ive it. the outlook indicates
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Injure the teeth, mom headache, or produce eoa
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co in me need using
After t:iliiiiK teu hot
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SlRry t.'. Ameshury,
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rtmt it destroyed my
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la superior to anv blood
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Cotton Factors, Commission ierchanti
H. 11C ftlontli UIn Bt., ftt Jnl.
FLOYD & CO.
(tfUUUKNMOlM TO:u. N. EBlt'U),
Dinner, Toilet, and Chamber Sets in Great Variety.
BAR GOODS A SPECIALTY.
rAsBror thlebrtd;aKEElVWOOI VirKiriRII C HINA, pMilulli
8LKD81CBB0Snof Co,M1m. f,
Km. SiS and 2M Front Street MzopliU Tmm.
- 111 '. . 1 "" I , ' 1.1 I U M
W. N. Ilrown.
II, r. UarreK.
W. M. Brown & Co.
AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS
2GG Front l.ret. :
IiUETBEE TAffiD I
BiMlriT Car WofIs Mannlact'c Ce
BrlamJey, Ark., MaaafBCtuen of
YELLOW PINE AND OAE LUMEEH
AUD DBALRKS) IS
Bvtrt. Huh. BU4, Drees wl Floorinif, CeUlnr, WeatharllMrvUaft
Cypresss. Shlanle, llatks, lie.
ssrOsr fMllltlai ars uasurpaaa.d by any sawntll Is Ue Ueatk tor II i trig ersrf prasase"
11 tsus. OssHsst. Mdtas. Sup LsnV.r and Crpr.u UklsiUs a esaalaUyj aOarrasajSxS
f I ii lis sf UdlsaMBloaa. V mass ta Waelesals Uosloeas a stal fswtars. OraW
, iollcltad aad prossplly filed.
OEO. II AY miAliER, AtiEBIT,
P.'ll4 eTegwton Street Memnhlt, Tnamaj
E. , Oo.
Wholesale Dealcrsi and 1'nullMhera,
Sole AgenU for ths following First-Class Instrumental
STEI3STWA.Y and KNABE
rilNOS-Kranlch & Bach, Gabler, and Wheolock.
OltOAWN Clough & Warren, and Smith Americz.R
arA NBW T-OOTAVK PIAN0:r0E ltw.-wi ,
Write lor Catalogae. Won. 231 and 323 Necond Ntreet, Menip 1 1'.
jl a. dat, w. h. wnf. a. w. utui,
Usf JLt. ftay8s; Lais of Meaahaa BerUi. UU ef MMm0
DAT, HORTON & BADjBY,
C3CERS, AND COTTOfU FACTOR
seO-tCS Front Street Maxavhli Tema.
DEALER IN WALL-PAPER
Window Shades, Picture Kail Mouldings and Mixed, Faints,
HOUSE. SIGN AND IFRESCO PAINTER,
uu.iaas isix'd ;steet, - mempjiin, texx
M. H0KFLEET, Rtldeit FtrtM'a
.V.N. Ilrown, Jr.
: JffemiililM, IVini,
( A. CsViaIT. VnrJERSZ:
No. 6067, R. Chancery Court of Shelby
county Louis F. Ellert et al. vs. William,
Boeke et al.
BY virtu ol an Interlocutory doors for
sale, entered in the above oause on th
lstdsyof December, lsl. Minute Book 5S,
l'He.&3, I will sell, at rublic auction, to th
hisheat bidder, in front of the Clerk and
Maater's office, at the Alain street ect'snc
of the court-house of Shelby county, M.in
lhla, Tcnn., on
Hialnrdnj, Jaaiinry 8, 1HH7,
within leRal houra, the following described
property, situated cast cf and near the cor
poralion line of the oity of Ideuipois, in
Sbelliv county, Xenn., to-wit:
Lot No. S, as laid down on the plat or sub
division of lands as set forth in the decree
entered liorein on the l'Jlh day of October,
M il, iu Minute llook No. 64, isse ,,": Be
irinnini at a point on the north side of Hen
ry avenue fottwoat from the southeast
corner of the land conveyed by William
n ilev lo llenrv lloeke hv deed din r.,.r,l..l
in lljok ho. 1, imiie 2.', ol the Ronihtur'i
office of sihe.b;- cunly, Tennesace, and mo
ninirthcnc mlh iNi loet to Koiihya bayou t
thou.o wojiwHiilly with said buynu Z7 foot to
the f nat lire "f iot .ii.2 on nulil nhit Hi.h..
south with the e.ift line said lot No. 2,
'M leet, more or leas, to the north line ol
Uonry avenue; theme oast with said avenue
f7N led to tho boKinniiw.
Lot N. 4,a laid down rn the siidp'at
and which lios imiiiediaicly east of atd lut
Ko. 3 nnd ha a iront of b Iret on Ilia north
side of iieurv avenue, and runs bark north
wardly, bolwoeu paraliol line:, 'M toct ta
Lots nos. o nnd o, as laid doan on th said
lat, which are in tolido, described as fol
ows : llcitini.ins at a imin t on the non h a I ,1a
of lienry iivonuc:t.2 lout wet lroin tbe a ulh
eaat comer ol the land conveyed by IVilli.im
to iionrv i)' cko ny iieou raeorded in liook
No. l.naiio of the l.'eai.ler'i ofn,e of
bhelby county, Totin., ano runnltir thoncs
wcstwanlly will the north line of Henry
avenuotii, le.t; thence north oa th divid
ing line between lut 4 uric X a nu down cm
the said pint ' tret to Ski'Iijs bayou i
thence eaatward,y along auid bavu to tho
northea t corner of lot No, ti: thence south
on tho dividing line between Ion il nnd 7, aa
laid down on said plat, HH. trot to the point
of beginning on Uonry avenue.
Lois Cos. 11, 2,l 14,15. lo, and tbe north
unsold part of lot No. 7, which ars in anl do,
described ns fdlowa, to wit: bcslnning at
llic souihoa-t c rntrof the land convoyel by
Williiuu IV iley V t llono llocko by dood re
corded in I'ook No. 1, pase of tho Keg
iat r'n offlco of Shelby county, Tcnn , end
which poiut is shout tlU feet wesiwardly
from the inur ectioo of the eiiht line ol S,
phya bnyou nnd tlcnrv nvenun. na thn s.-iiua
existed when said deed waa executed by In 11-
iitim iu.o to tinnry U'.ekei nmt running
thonce nnrlli ii'ctig the east hue of raid land
ITU Ico ; theme wraiwurd.y ulons tlm north
side of auid la nil 'JSI feet to Horhya bavou:
t ionce in u Fouthwoati rly direction wlthsaiii
Imj ou to thn nor h end of the west line ol lot
No 7.U1 laid down on said nlati i ha aonth
on tho divid tig line beteeuu lots (i ntid 7, 170
incTn.oio it teas; iiieuce e't ncriias eatd
lot No. 7 on a linn parallel with Henry nvo
nuo; thence south 111 Lot, more or utt, to
tho northwest corner ' lot ; ihrm-e east
aloag the norm lino ol lot' H, Wand ill, al
hud di wn on suid pint, 2i ii dot to the nurth-
weat corner oi lot 11, as iuiddownon said
plat: thence aoi:th on the dividina line ba-
tweon lota HI and 11, ITU leei lo the n rlh lino
oi lienry avenue; tlienco east with tlenry
bvomio ill font lo tho lirKinnmg.
1 erma of hitle One- third cuatt ; b.ilnnco In
three and a:x mirths; note bearing interest
Itn surety require I, iin.t lien retained.
Xhi'. Ueeoiubor l.'i lSii;.
S. I. MrtlOWKLI,, tJIcrk and V. to-.
Uy U. V. Oolouian, Deputy 0. and M.
Jj.tK. Lcliiiiuti, SJii'KoiSj
ti t: a a n ! 'SL x T ,E
No. (liiM, R, Chancory Court of iSbolby
cou.uy-Juhn X. Willlna vs. Wui. 1). Ira
bun et ul.
BY Tlrlue of an Interlocutory decree for
sale entered in the above 'suae on the
7th day o( December, brM, M.B.M, pimotlH,
1 w ill sell, at public auction, to tho highest
bidder, in front of tbe Clerk and Maater's
office, at the Main atreat entrance of ths
couithouae ol holiiy ouuuty, Memphis, Ten
Mnliiralny, Nllialnjr ol Jnunnry , INH7,
Tfltliin legal hours, the following described
proporiy, situated in the oily of Memphis,
Bhoihy county, lenn.. to-witi
A lot lieKinuing on the west sideof Walnut
Strcit, it tha nortlioaat corner ot a parcel of
laud conveied January H, IMt7. by hainuol P.
Walker In trual to (1. L. Dnnnlaon and A. fj.
McNnalr, fur Win. and UdOrgi'l; thoncs
running northward with the west lino of
Wulnut street 7t foot: thence west 1M loot to
a stike; then e south 76 feat to the Hue ot
auid Iruat property iiforuaald; tlienco east
ward 1MI feet to the boglnning.
Terms of Mule- One-litiM caah; bnlancs ill
six months, noto bearing Interest at 0 per
cent, from date, with security roiiulrodi
lion rotaincd. Xhis December l,r, lisil,
8. I. MuDUWULL, Clerk and Master.
By 11. K. Coleman, D. C.aud M.
0. W. Hclakull, solicitor.
No. Wi, H. Chancery Court of Shelby
county Klute of Tennessee vs. H. 0.
W nro et al,
BV virtue of an interlocutory decree for
sale entered In ths above oause on ths
.Id day of December, lHMil, M. 11. M, pags
SU4, I will sell at publi auction, tn the hlgh
ost bidder, in front of t ho Clerk and Maater's
office, courtlioua oi bhelby county, Mem
phis, Toun., on
NitllltMlxy, Nth ilny ol Jnnsinry, 11147.
within louul hours, the following doscrihed
property, situatod in the city ol Meuiphls,
Bholby county, Tonn., to-wit:
An undivided H l."i interest in a certain
lot, deaeribed as follows: lleginuiiig st ths
southwest corner of the Head lot, on tho
north aide of Union street, running thence
westward with tho mirth lino of Union
street 42 foet, more or leaa, to a atuko stand
ing 4H feet, more or leas, east of the eaat
abut ent of tho bridge over the bayou;
thence northwardly IIh'u foot, tnoro or leas,
to the point wbero tho nypotlioii'ise of tho
triangle lut of the llrinkleyuoira, on tho east
of Ibo bayou, outs the south line of old
l iilun street; thnnco eaatwiirdly with the
eoulh line of old Union street K5 font, mors
or leas, to the woat line of the I'oid lut;
tlienco southwardly with said Head line to
Tonus of riala -tin a credit of eix months,
lntcroat bonring note, with good aucuritv re
quire t:lio" retained, reileuiitiim burred.
Xbia Doontnbcr l, lHSli.
S. 1 MnliO v til, Clerk nnd M.i-ttr-
II y 11 K. Colcuau, D. U. and
K. II C W. lleiakoll, aolii itora.
Nu. iWI-In the Chnncory Court ol .Shelby
county, 'lenn. Josephine tlicks va. 1.
1'olla Walker nt nl.
It api euring fru:o bill which is aworn to tn
this cnu'e tint the de omlanla. I. Delia
Wnlkcr, and I er hanband, VN in. Walker, are
reaidonts ot Sim l''r;incico, t'litifnrniii, and
non-roaiilenta of the tate ot Tonuessoe:
It is tbereforo ordered, Thut they make
their aiipcarunco heroin, at the cuurihuui'O
of Hhelby county, in Moiuphln. Tcnn., on
or before the flrat Monday in February,
1HK7, and plea.l, uiiswit or demur to coin
plainunt's bill, or the same will be tnL. o i fvr
Oonfoasod as to thorn and act for hoxring ex
parte ; and that a copy ul thia order lie l ub
lislied once u week, for lour auceo sivo
weoks, tn tho Mumi hls Api'Ciil. This 1 tti
day of Done in her, lMHti.
A copy attest :
K f. MiiDiiVVKL'.. Clerk and Muter.
HyT. "J- Caldwell, Deputy C. and M.
Taylor A farm I. Sols, fur cmfln't. thil
AsH your rotiiiief for i 5 til '.'"n'J 61 hhoe.
ii wo. f i.. ' .
KoneOe'nnliioiioli (,c.n .uuiiils.-mnip,
JAM20 MZAMVQS SHOE.1
tic lnDutMin,Ooiirr"r,n! t'.l Ijici. Ht'lCi
. r'.l". " C I :i iUl
HI:;,,L'i Hi IIt
rtBS'V: ''I nu v. A .).::ili-iinla. nt
1 i Tl ium 'II i.i' i oi inf iru
1 ' - ' V a I. , ..... I.. . .' : , srija
1 '-'b.,. il ic.l.o'-l Kt
Tilt Slit-' utandl hbrlier In llioea't-rtatl'MI of
trLtM L'an l.y oili. r l.i rue I. I
fHoii Kfsldtnt Solicw.
No. fMt'id-ln the Chancory Court of Shelby
county, Tenn, -Ruber: liaait et u., vj.
hllon ymiib et al. , . ,
It appearing fruia bill which il sworn to in
thia cauae that the defendant, irancie bQiith,
it a resilient of fit Louis, Missouri, nd
a non-roaiiloni of the State ol lonnesaoe :
It is therefore ordered, That he mase
hia appeariiiice herein, at the com th use of
Shelby county. In MeuipHa. Tenn., on or be
fore the firat Monday in Fohruary, law,, and
plead, an wer or demur to complainant a bill,
or tbe same will be taken for cunto.-aei aa to
htm an I ot f. r hearing e parte; a id tMst
copy of thi" order be purtlishod once a week,
lor four euccesaiva weeka.in the Memiih
Appeal. This IMh day of December, lfJ.
A 'TTli'OOWKLL, Olork and Master.
By T. B. Caldwell, Deputy C. and M.
llcory F. Viz, Sol. lor cuuipl nt. thu
aU."'. -a a