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1 PETITM PRESENTED
TO THE HOUSE BT THE OWNEBS
Of thTesscls Association Congress'
man Bdd'g Constituents Insist
ITpoq Ills Expulsion.
eriCIAL TO TBI APPEAL.
Bursap or TUB Mimpum Appbal,
Ho. 1305 F. Stbket, Wabbi.oton, De
i cemrter 2?. Mr, D.ngley presented to
the II juse today a petition from the
Vessel Owners xnd UflDtains' Kationsl
Association asking f jr the repial o!
the law compelling mas ers nd
ownera of Atrericau veesfls to py
nilntion whi'ii no sarvice isneauired
or rendered.. Ttie resolution adopted
bv the a-Bociation recius mat twenty
sevan fi:atea hive already relievtd
ve83l owners of tne hatdsbips of
tbesi pilotag lars. The fctites yet
in-iiiing tn sueh laws are Mary-
land, I'enosvlvan a, Virginia, Aorth
Carolina, fccuth Carolina, Georgia,
Florida, Mi'sUnippi, Louisiana and
Texas. Mr. Dingley is also the medium
throash when all ot toe petitions for
the p it sage of the free ship bill reached
A petition Is la circulation in Cm
igretsman Kri )'s district in North Car
olina prayiDg the House oi Represent
ativcs to expel him and permit a new
-eletion to be held or an appointment
by the Governor. It is the firm belief
there as hire that Reid is in Canada
and will nevar return. His absence
costs tbe revenue reformers one vote,
Secrttiiy Lainar left her a last night
to spend ins holidays on his stock
larm near Oxford, Mis.
Mr. and Mrs. 'Bjnton McMillin left
for Tennessee this afternoon to spnd
the bo idaye. Tbey were accompanied
by Mies Birdie Brown, duo"tuer of
Ex-GnvernoT Brown, of Ten, . iasep, a
sister of Mr. McMiilin, who tempore
lily exchanges the dutiest of Mme,
Reed's establishment, of New Y. rlr,
for the gayeties of the capital of the
The Treasury Departn ent has se
lected the old atone fort property as
the site of tin public building to be
erected at Cnattaaooza. itiis prop.
erty was given to the government free
The ma'O i'y of tbe Tennessee dele
gation jn Ccngres havd left this city
to spend tne uoituays fat aome.
Bepresentativs Breckenridge, of
Kentucky, l a? been autboriz d to re
port f ivorably (after the holidays) the
bill int-oducpu by bim to bx tbe eala
Ties of tha collector and other officers
of customs end to consolidate caetoms
districts. Tbe officers and emoluments
in Tenneetee provided by this bill era
for tbe port end dintrict of Memphis
one collector, $1200: port and district
of Nashville, one collector, $000; Ala
bama, rlisirct of Mobile, oae collec
tor, $2000 ; Mite.it sippi, district of Pearl
River, one c l:ecter, $120'. and Paoca
goula shall be the principal port of
entry-in faid district; Missouri, pori
and district of St. Louis, collector
$5tl00, and appra ser $3000; of St. Jo
seph, collector $1200, and of Kansas
jity, collector 3mm.
Board-or Vim tors to ll West Point
Washington, December 22. The
report submitted in the Senate today
by Senator Msnderson and Gibiou,
and inthellou e by Kepreeeotitives
Brarre, Laird acd Viele, of the Boord
of Viai'ors to the Academy at Weet
Point, shows there were at the time of
tbe vitsit seventy-five vacancies in the
academy. It is recommended that
tbe 'President be authorized to ap
point ten cadets at large each year,
instead of every'four years as at pres
ent. Tbe course of study in genernl
is approved. It is recommended,
however, that the course in practical
engineering be remodeled, and that
an officer be detailed to assitt the
professor of engineering in revising
tbis coune. Ic is al-:o recommended
that more attention be paid to the
enunciation and construction of tbe
English lcncuage. It is recommended
that the trr.ct of ground immediately
adjoining ttie. reservation on the soutn
be .secured in order to iiive greater
seclusion to tbe cadats. The build
ings of iho academy are generally con
demned as unsatisfactory for the" uses
to which they are put. It is rec
ommended that the library build-,
ing be remodeled and enlarged ; '
that tha r.hiloeopbicnl department
be provided with quarters outside the
library building; that tbe academic
building (width is in a danirerous con
dition owing to the insnflicieut interior
supports and its liability to destruction
by fire) he extensively repaired, and
that the departments of chemietry and
geology De provided tor in a new build
ing, together with recitation and lect
ure rooms: that tbe gymnasium be
-reconstructed and filled up with mod
ern appliancea; that an appropriation
be made to renuvate the grountki and
buildings tor tne use ot soldiers sta
tioned at the post, the present oondi
tion cf which buildings is spoken of
by the board ns disgraceful. The
board expresses the opinion that in
justice is done both the cadets .and
army officers by the frequent chaeges
oi centers' assignee to duty as proles
sors at tho academy. Ia concluding
tbeir report the board says: 'The
Board of Visitors, fcnding much to ftp-
prove and little to criticise in tne pxes
ent administration of the Academy,
commend the institution to the con
tinued fostering care oi Congress, be
lieving that the expense is small com
pared with its results, and that the
country receives back many times its
cost in t!ie valuable services of a body
of men distinguished for intellectual
ability, strong conservatism and keen
sens 9 of honor and an unimpeachable
SVasblng-lsii Monnment Commis
Washington, December 22. A
meeting cf the joint commission
charged with tbe construction of the
Washington monnment was held at
the White House tbis afternoon,
There were paosent: President Cleve
land, who is ei-fllicio preeident of
the commission ; Mr.W. W. Corcoran
Gen. Duane and Col. Casey, of the
Engineer Uorps; Architect Hell, of. the
Treasury, and Architect Clark, of tbe
Capitol. Mr. Corcoran presided. The
annual report of Col. Casey, the en
gineer in charge of the monument,
was submitted and approved. It re
cites that the work of cotstructin?
the monument is practically finished,
and that all that remains to be done
is to improve the terraci work at the
base, to remove all possible sourcei of
danger to the foundation, to ptovide
means for operating the elevator
within the abaft and to arrange for
the future care and preservation of
the monument It was decided to
entirely fid up Babcock lake, near
the base of the monument, so as to
avoid all possible danger to the monu
ment in that direction. It was also
ordered that steps be taken to protect
the roonniueot from vandalism. Plans
were adopts 1 for improving the ter
race at the base of the monnract,
wbicb contemplate a gradual slope c f
the ground, to es to make it appear
tbat the monnment stands on na
tiral hill. It was decided to submit a
report to Congrees announcing tbe
completion of the work for which the
ommlssion watt created and asking
to be discharged from its further con
sideration. The commission will re
commend that the monument be
transferred to the charge of tbe S.cra
tary of War. Congries will also be
atked to provide means for extending
tbe terracas for operating tbe elevator
and for the construction of a lodge
Land Grunt Kallronds TelrcrAph
Washington. December 22 The
bill repoited from tbe Committee on
Pcttofficea and Postroad-i today, by
Mr. Warte', of Ohio, relative to the
censtrm tion and uiaii-tcnauce of tele
graph lines bv land grant railioade.
provides in its first section that all sub-
sidizm railroads shall f nttiwr.h and
henceforward, bv and through their
own officers aud employes, construct
and operate, for railroad, g vernment
and commercial and all other pur
poses, telegraph lines a id exercise by
themselves alone all the telegraph
Iiancbisps conferred upon arid oblua-
t ons assumed by them under the
giaollt g acts.
r-ection 1 provides that whenever
any t-.-legraph company which shall
have accepted tbe -provieiens of
tbe Rvifed statutes sha'l extend
it line to the eautern terminus,
or to any station or office cf
a telegraph line belonging to any one
of the sa-d railroad companies, it shall
bave tbe ngbt to connect with the tel
egraph line of tbe railroad company
at the point where tbe iioee meet, for
tbe prompt exchange of talegrspbio
communication between tbe two com
panies. The railroad computes are
required to operate their tr.legraph
lines B3 as t) sflord equal facilities to
all, wittout any discrimination in
favor of or sgonst any person, com
pany or corporation.
8 'ction 3 provides that in the event
oi tbe lanure or refusal of any rail
road company to cor struct, maintain
and operate lis telegraph line without
discrimination, any person or connect
ing company may aoply for relief to
thri Commissioner of Railroads, who
is directed to ascertain the facts and
report them to ibe Secretary of the
Interior. The S.ce'ary shall order
what arrangement is proper to ba
made in a pa-ticular case, and by this
order tbe railroad company is bound
to abide. It is made the doty of the
Uomrmsaioner of Kailroida to see that
the ord-ar is properly aad efficiently
carried intoelfect; and, if necessary,
enforce by mandamus or oiher legal
Section 4 make it the made duty of
the Attorney Uenural to prevent any
unlawful intorferonca with the righis
and equities of the United States
under this act, Rnd to have all con
tracts and piovifiiofiB of contracts set
Ocide and annulled which bavs been
unlawfully entered into by the rail
road companies and any other person,
company or corporation.
Section 5 provides that any officer
of a railroBd company who refutes to
operate the telegraph lines in the
manner provided :n tins act shall be
deemed guiity of a misdemeanor, and
fined not excelling tlOUO and iropri
onment rot lefs than nix months. The
aggrieved party is authorized to bring
action Icr damages against the guilty
Section 0 requires tbe officers of
tha railroad comoany, within sixty
dtiys aiter 4 be passage ot the act,
to Lie with the Commissioner of fuil
roacta copies of all contracts and agree
ments existing between it ana eveiv
otner prison or corporation in retur-
ence to tne ownership, possession,
maintenance, control, uhj or opera
tion of any telegraph line on their
railroad, and aleo a report describing
the telegraph lines and property be
longing to it and the manner of its nee
and other particulars.
KnfnIIlen t'racn Win Meet Dur
ing me iioiiunjs.
Wasuinoton, December 22. There
is a report in circulation to the effect
that tbe Caucus Commutes of Repub
lican benstorj. act ing under t he in
struction of the ciucu7, will meet a
similar committee representing the
Ketkuuttcans ot trie House some time
during the holiday recesi to consider
a court of proceedore with regard to
tbe tariff. The bill relating to the
opium traffic reported by Senator Ed
mund fro na the Committee on For
eign Relations 'today, makes nrovin-
ions for carrying into effect article 2
of tbe Cbineos troatv of 18S1. It
makes a tenal offense for the citis?ns
or Fiubj.'.cta of either country to ex
port, transport or s 11 opium in tbe
other, and gives tne American Con
sular Courts of China in the Dislrict
Courts of the United S atea jurisdic
tion o: caies arising under the bill.
Tike CnlacM) MUntnn Knlaed lo the
Washington, December 22. Upon
representations made bv Assistant Sec
retary Porter, of the Department of
State, tbe House Committee on For
eign Affairs hits restored to the diplo
matic and consular appropriation bill
tbe provision raising the Chinese mis
sion to thn first elate, at a sdary f
$17,000. -To offset ttiia increase three
consulates were dispensed with at the
suggestion cl Mr. ;i'rter. Tne total
appropriation made by the bill is now
lltXMin Axcee of tbe appropriation
made in-the original hill. An elabor
ate report will be presented to tbe
House with i tbe bill, explanatory of
tbe reasons toat influenced the com
mittee in preparing a till exceeding j
tiySJ-o.ww uis appropriation niadd
for the diplomatic and consular serv
ice during the current yaar.
Washington. tDecember 22. Jur-
tic 3 James rendered a dadsion today
in the Kqutty Court in tUo suit of J.
Harris Hogers against Attorney Gen
eral uarlnnd io dissolve tlxj partner
ship known as the.t'an-Electric Tele-
ohone (Jomcaov. The Ati-nev Gen
eral, in his Hnswer te tbe bill of com-
plunt, denies all the allegations con
tained therein, and was desirous to
have the case tried on its merits, but
tbe other defendants senator turns,
Conunliisioner A (A ins, Commissioner
jobneton and Uisey i-oang-n ea a
domurrer, and on that the csae was
argued. Justice James today sustained
the detnurrer and dismirced the bill
without going into the merits of the
case. Hie Attorney Oensral is eacd to
be disappointed at this result, as ha
hoped to bave toe question settled on
Paelfle Nntlonnl Bank Divided.'
Washinotdh, December 22. The
Comptroller of the currency has de
clared a nun dividend, tupei cent., lft
favor of the creditors of the Facifiu
National Bank, of Boston, Mas. Thii
mates In all 30 per cent, puid on
e'eims proved, amounting to $2,209,-
give me teeth sounJ, while
Ob, givo me breath that's pure and
Ob, g'vs me rosy, healthful gums,.
And I will meet wba'ever coinssj
Whatever trouble mny befall,
With tOZODONT I lmest them all.
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL THURSDAY,
1 FALLEN YOUSQ M.
THE SON OP A
Dbgracos His (Hood Name Cory
Off ens Pardoned Prizs Fight
Milwaukik, Wis., December 22.
Dex;er E. Fay waj arrested at Cincin
nati, O., yesterday, and will be brought
to this city to answer to a charge of
robbing the jewelry store of Charles
H. Upeuieyer, in this city, several
weeks ago, after blinding the proprie
tor by throwing pepper in bis eyes.
Fay's bUtory read like a romance.
His fottier, 8. W. Fay, was a wealthy
merchant of Boston. About a year
a?o young Fay came ti Milwaukee
and presented a letter of introduction
from an Eastern dirrcor ol trae Chi
cigo, Milwaukee and t Pul tnt to
General Manager Roewell Miller. On
tbe strength of tbe letter be secured
employment in tbe offices of the com
pany. In August laet Fay secured
checks aggregating $.'91 from several
employes of the road, promising to g t
them cashed at one of the banks.
HK SECURED TBI juONKV,
however, and skipped out. In October
last be "pipiwea" a Chicago pawn
broker nam. d Donnelly, and got away
with a $300 diamond, which was re
covered in a pawn shop in this city.
It baa also been e-iUblia.'ied beyotid a
doubt that Fay is the man who grabbed
two watches from a trav at a Soathside
jswelry store soaie time a-te, and e
raped, ibe police are contiJunt that
Fay bad no accomplices. Us is about
30 years cf age. The culprit's father
retired from business in Boaton a few
months after his sn's departure for
the West, and recently died in New
York at the residencs of his daughter,
io ignorance of bi sou's crooked ca
reer. Corjr Owens Pardoned."
St. Louh, Mo., December 22. Cory
Owens , the receiving teller of the'
Third National Bank of tbis city, who,
in 1832, embeczkd about $200,000 ot
the funds of that bank, aad who has
been serving a sentence in ths Clus
ter, 111., peuitentiary lor that crime,
was pardoned yesteidav by ths Presi
dent. O.Tens has served abcut one
ba'f of the term of five years to which
he wes sentenced, 'iho Fresidoat par
doned him on account of tco state
ment in several petiiions.sent from
this city and Louisville. Ia granting
the psidoo, the President said tbat be
thought that the prisoner had already
suffered a EUfficiont penalty.
Billion Httton Wilt
Mot Bo Par.
Pittsburg, Pa., Djjember 22. The
Pardon Board, in session lit Harris-
burtr. lt'.st nicht refusal tbe applica
tion for the pardon of M'ltan Weston,
charged with mamd-uihter in the fa
mous Murrnyvuie not car-es. it is
said this closes the last loophole of
hone against the Chicago millionaire.
and be will be compelled to serve oat
his sentence in the Western peni
tentiary. Prlne Flaulcra Arretted.
Nxw York. December 22. James
Burka, aed 20 years, of Jereey City,
and Alexander Master), aged 31 years,
of Brooklyn, while engaged in a pricj
fiht at Ecoslina, L. I., thi? moruing,
wera interrupted by the police, who
arrested the principals, their seconds,
the referee and twenty-eight of the
spectators. Tne prisoners wers taken
before Justice liulaebua, who com
mitted them for examination.
Counter taller Bagged.
Sr. Lome. Mo.. December 22. Chief
Operator Shaw, of the Government
Secret Service, returnad to the city
yefeterdaywith every link in the chain
of evideccn against the countefeirera.
Andrew 'Iiongorford, Charles Dickel
and Sylvester Martin, whom he ar
res:ed recently, complete. When he
arrested -Dickel and 11 linger ford aad
their wives at II ilton, Kaa, he found
a complete' cm fit of counterfeiting
machinery in their possession, They
were turning out counterfeit hall dol
lars innt the examiner in the local
subtrtairy says sre the best decep
tions be has seen for years. 1 tie de
tective also found on his prisoners
several letters from Sylvest ir Martin,
of Walkerton, lad. lie found on in
vestigation that Martin had been with
them at Uolton a fuw wet? ajo, acd
hp.d gone to L?avenwoith with pious
for a heavy press, which he ordered
made at a foundry theie. From that
rilice bo went to his home in Indiana.
He was arrested and taken to Topeka,
Kan,, where all three of the prisoners
will be tried in tho United Slates
A Common Cold
Is often the? beginning of gcrieus afloo
tioua of tlio Throat, Bronchial Tubes,
and Lungs. Therefore, tbe Importance of
early and efToctive treatment cannot be
overestimated. Aycr'a Cherry rcctora)
may always-bo relied upon for the npeed)
cure of a Cold or Cough.
Lnt Jnmiarv I wai attneked "with
severe Cold, which, by neirlect and fro-
ouent einuaures, became woreo, finnlr
mi f.llrwofl. npromnnnlpil tv DaillH til
the client, fronnvliicli 1 auiTered iuU-nBeljir
Aftr trying vurlotis remeuies, wunoui
obtHliitiix relief, 1 commenced luklug
Ayer's Cherry X'octoral, ana was
I am satlnflrd that till remedy saved my
life. Juo. obiter, I'awtueket, li. 1.
I contracted a scvero cold, which smU
donly developed into l'neiinioirlo, preoiit
ring uuiiKorouft aim ousiiiuue nyiiivuii.
My pliyslvlun nt oneo ordered tlio line of
Aver s c iierry roeior.u. inn inirucxMui
were followed, luid tbe result was a rapid
and pcrmuneiit cure. II. Siuipwjn,
uogers l'riilne, lexus.
Two rears npo I suffered from a sevr-re
Cold which nettled on my Liiiil-. I con
atilted viirloim iln Klolinis. and took the
medicines they reNorlied, but reeelved
only temporary rellif. A friend luilm-cd
me to trv Aver'n Clicrrv I'cetoral. After
taking two bottle of tills medicine I waa
cured, filnce then I have given tho I'eo-
torul-lo my cliildren, and cuiMidcr it
The Best Remedy
for Colds, Couclis, and all Thront and
Lung UienP8, ever used In my fauill)'.
ltubcrt -Yaudcrpool, Mcadvillc, l'a.
Borne -ttino tso I took a allirht Cold.
Which, being neirlected, grew worse, and
settled on my Iuiil-s. I bud a hackhir
eou;;U, and w as very weak. Those who
knew me best considered my life to be
u great duiker. I continued te suffer
until f coituscueed uslntr, Aver's Cherry
Pectoral. Lena than one bottle of this val
uable) medicine cured me, and I fool thnt
I own the Preservation of my life t its
curative powers. Mrs. Ann Lockwod,
Akron, hw York.
Aver's Cherry Tcetoral is considered.
Iwrc, the one treat remedy for all diseases
tif tho throat 111 I'mi'i, aii'i is mors
In demand than iy tlier med nine of its
clius. J. i. lis, ll:ti, Wofiiolu, Art.
Aycr's Cki rfy Peel oral,
rrepmrwl hf Tt. 3. 0. Aw rk Co., Inrett, Msss.
told 1 Lrut!glsts. l'rxw (1; six butties, s
Snhcrtb tor the Aiieil."
Quarter of a Centnry in the Hardware Basinets.
LAWGSTAFF & Go
JTo's. 32J and 324 MAIS ST.. - MEMPHIS, TENIt
OF MEMPHIS A SAFE DEPOSIT, TRUST CO.-AND
IV o. 12 MADINOJI STUEKT, 8IEMIHIS, TE.N.
K. DCDLET FR S.TNPII, Prentdonl.
K. J. SLAta, tni-blrr.
W. D. BKTHEL. J. R. GODWIN, 8. P.
11. A. UA M 1 1, rt'N, JIU UVUKIUW. Jl., Yt.t. 1AIUUK, K. II, MlUWUt'l,
S. I. MoDOWKLL, R. DUDLlil VHAY8KK. Ws, A.WIbbl AMSON, R.J. BLACK.
sta-Dcpns ts issceirol frnm S" enU onwsrd. nnl tntrrwt allowed on ssns seml-aana
hIIt. Will Bu and Sail Locml Socurilm, act as Trustee, ReeeWer, ete . fur Onrporat inns or
Individtiftla. Can beoiiae Uurdian, Adioinistrstor, ete. B'i and tll Kiohsnu. Bixcial
attention paid to Coileotions. Hi.nejr can be ilviwn nut ns any iIhih, when deiirsd
tor investment in Real Kutaie nr otberotse. liars a eommodisns Vault for ths Deposit ol
Valuables tor tho benefit of Kesinlwr t'nlnir, Iroeot eharse. Hals Deposit Deles lor
rent. FHTlnss espolw'ly sMiTe-1. s, PepstTorv o' heTsteol l ennp.see.
Confections, Glacos, Nougat
Cream Hon IIonR, Fine French Handmade Creams and
Bou Bona, Chocolates, Ices and Nottgatines.
Ton oan Undlthess coods "ATlRKrAIl,,".ln any nusntltioi, at
Tlie Tcters & Sawrio Co.'s Retail Establishment,
An. I'd JcflerHoii 6(rcct,0iONlle.Tbelr Factory.
Thess ars ths finest Confection! that ths
. . to puronado.
anTTry Onr "rw Oeam l.or"-MIIlolon.'fii
A Srecifio for all diseases pe
culiar (o women, such as Pain
ful, Suppressed, or Irresulur
Mnnstruution, LsuoorrUusa, or
OF LIFK, s'-eat surTering- and
dunser will be avoided.
Bend for our book, "S!enae to Wonss,"
liK.DFIELD REGULATOR CO.,
SOMKPATHIO VETEJUJASY SPECincS
For Horses, Cattle, Sheep,
;t "ogs, nogs, h-ouitry.
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Ckart lt.Dns, ui BmS Snl Tnt.
ctmss Frrers. rnneesttnns. Inflemmalloa.
. II. Htrnliis, Knmi-new Kliriiuiattom.
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StaMn Cnw, iritli Mannnt, nno psires with
chart) m.lMti Im Hpentics, bwtlls it Witch
usaei uu suu JUi-uiuauir,
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ru. Tha s-itv - i t
nuiiruus uuuiniy, vnai woanncss,
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fl pflr or (i vin's ami larTtal powtipr, for ti
BoLDY IHil'(ni. rM, nrwintiMtMiintdunnirrinLa
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Sllf l Itflllnl nntl Slkil.v Wnul
Sate and always RulinUe. liewuroof wont.
I. i.olmitHlions. lniii,u.n.slileto I.A 111 I N
Tour I'l iiKKlNt fur 'Cblvltfwit.r's
t:i(tl-. 'tnd talis no other, or inolnie 4c
isiampsi io ns lor partlonlars m i.kttcu by
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No. 63 In tho Chancery Court oi Shslb
counijr. lcnn. Joseplnus Uloss vs. 1
Delia Talkuret at.
It appearing; from bill which is sworn to in
this cause thnt ths do'endnnts. I. Delta
Walker, and her bssbsnd, Win. Walker, are
resiaenis oi oka c rsncl.ro, inhldrnia, and
Don-rcsulents ot tbe ntate or Tennesses:
it is tlierofora ordered. Tbat the make
their appearance herein, at the courthouse
ot encliiy county, In Memphis, Tenn.,on
or before the first Monday in. Fehrnary,
1H7, and plead, answer or demur to com
plainant's bill, or ths same will be tuken for
oonlessed as to them and sot for bearing x
irmrie; ana dial a copy ol ttiis order be pub
lished once a week, for lour successive
weeks, in the Memphis Appeal. This 15th
day ol Ueceraiicr, IS.
A copy attest :
8 I. MnDOWELT,, Clerk and Master,
PrT. D. Catdwell. Deputy O. and M.
Taylor A Carro-I. Hols, lor coropln't. thu
Al taali inout Aotloe.
No. B D. In ike Chanosry Court f
LL.i l. - .. . N . : ir I, .
uuoiu uvuiijr, 'bps, uuuui. v iurai
-ei ai. vs. a. j.. riavaietre.
In this csuss an attschmen hivlnr been
sued out under section 4h2ofths Code ef
Jennessee IMilllsen at Vertrees), and re-
turneit into vourt levied upon tne property
of defendant, A. T. Livuletlel and atliditrit
havins been made hat the defendant, A, T.
Ltvalette, joMly indebted to complainants
in the sum of 14110 and interest thereon since
September 17. lltol, due by note, and that said
A . 1 . Lavalelte is a con-resident ol ths State
It is therefore ordered, That ths sairl de
fendant, A. T Lavaiette, make his personal
apiiearanee herein, before the Chancery
Court of Bhelhy counl, at the Courthouse
in the city of MetnphLr, on ths first Monday
in February next, and defend said sttash
mentsuit, within the tiuve prnisrilxd by law,
or the sains will be proceeded with ezpartei
and that a copy ol thiserdor be published
once a week, lor lour suoeessive weeks, in
in the Meaphis Appeal. A sopy attest:
This 16th day or December, lsttll.
6. I. McDOWKLL, Olerk sod Master.
T!y T. R. Caldeell, Deruty O. and ti.
R. D. Jordsn. Hoi, for compl'nl. thn
Ne. A-In tho Chancery Court of Bhelhy
county, lenn. Robert Wuait et ox., vs.
Kllen bmith et al.
It annearins frmn bill which Is sworn to tn
this enure that the Jeiendaut. Krsncis h'lnllh.
is a resident of 6t Louis, Missouri, and
non-rosident of tkc Rta-.o ot Ttnnesicei
It is therefore ordered. That he make
his appearance herein, lit the courthouse ol
ftneiiiv counry. in itics.-pM?, tenn.,on srbs-
e 6rH ilomiay In loiiruiirr. 1M7. and
id oad. answer or do war to coii i-lnin ant's bill.
or the same will tie taken for confessed as lo
biui nnl set f r henrinsrs parte; and that
e pr "1 this order be puiilisbed once a wenk,
Inr lour suceesaive weeks, in the Meinnh
Appeal. This Kith day of December, ltvfi.
A copy aiicHi :
rl. f- MrDOWELL, Clerk and Master.
Ry T. B. Cnldwell, Deputy C. and IA.
lleary I'. Dix, but, iur couipl'nt. thu
DECEMBER 23, 1886.
AWI TIN WAKE.
It. WH HfRsOU, Tln-PrMslilml.
RKAD. W, N-WlbKERSOI. D. 7.KT.LSSR,
Caramels, French Fruit (.lnees,
Memphis Publio have tvsr had ths opportnnlt)
To IMssolv Capsirtiicrsihlp.
sr0ur entire stock has to be sold by Jnn
uary 1, 1HK7, to Dissulvs Copartnership
our ooiniMiny retirlns.
Formerly 7ft cents aad tl.CO.
Fancy Featners and Wings
. 25 and SO Oitta,
mrRrltlnl and Moiarnlner nl.
srTk-e finest assortment ot DOLLS in the
sw lilt's Reshaped, Feathers Cleaaed, Dyed
tw-Uolden Hair Wash by the Small or Larie
LAKGE BISK DOLLS
No. S New Ileadjr.
NEW ILLtiRTRATKI) nttABTKKLT
Cnhllshocl by Raii.sy, IUhksoV Rl iwit.c. Jewels-
DIMLY 50 Cls. A YE AR.rnuaumu
IWl'lus. loU FlUaiecuitD.ild.-wlthn'rlvaX
Msmphis, Test!., DeeenHer IS, lfSfl.
To the i'resiilent eeiL Directors ol the Mem
phis Cily Fire and tloneral insurance C'e I
(li-ntleincn We. the underpinned. Htock-
bolders in the Memphis (Jity Fire and Oose-
ral 1 nl-ram o toinpany, respi-ctiuiiy ass
that you call a general mm tins of tba stock
holders of your company, In the next ten or
filleen days, for the put horn of tnains inle
consideration the advisability of siotns; into
tho bsnkins business, aa-i ruofl other iiiattnrs
of interest to the e nninny as you way sue
proper to brios before them.
Wo arc very respectliilly.
R. Dudley trayser, 1'. Kallaher,
R. J. Mack,- .1. W. Ulanp,
R. J. lllui k Jr. Co., M. (!. I'enrso,
J. li. ilni-knll, John Overton, Jr.
In accord, inee with tho si-eve reoueit. a
enerul uie,-tir of stoekhnlders is horoky
exiled, fi-rthe purpose imlicated, to fls.nin
ble at tin office ot the company, Ne. IV Mad
ison strsot. In Memphis, 'lenn., at 11 o'a.oek
a.m., on UrrrmlN-r 81, IHMU.
By order ol the Hoard of Directors.
NAPOLKON liIM l'reiiJsnl.
Attest: Henry J. Lynn, C'snhiT.
Memphis, Tens., Derenilier 14,
Notice to Contractors.
SEALED PROPOSALS for the rebuilding
ol the County Jail at fe'emervil.e. Tenn..
ars hereby advertised for. Contractors de
siring to bid for this wolkwill iileaso lie
ti.elr proposals with the Clerk of the t inntr
Court of Payette Countv en sr before MON
DAY. JANUARY 3, 1W. It is sxpecUd
that tne brick, and other material now on
the srounds, including- walls, se far as they
ars sound, will be' used in ths rebuilding,
and bids are asked for on that basis. Plan
and ipeniflcatiouti will be shown contractors
on application Is the County Court Clerk. .
The county txpects to pay (or the work
CA8II 'not in warrnula), and eontrastors w
resulsta their kids aceordinsly. Right
reieot any and all bids Is reserved.
JOIIW J. ri'lltUKK. (,'halrman)
you IjUNOUi.ir I III,
lave ron Cong-h. nmnrMtle. Asthma, Indlireattoilf ejj
AftKtR'8 TpNIO wiUunit iini koa enm
Hoiy of Ihe wor.t oiuum and Is tlw lirt rcuwily rors
itt-otions of tlie tliroetanil hiiiira. aril dlM-a-s arishl
rum Inii.ire blisid anil et bauwl ion. 'riie f -,-( ,1. ami w
finuwllnir OAHliist d)MMi, aud slowly diirtlns Io If
ri-.wlllln inoHtflneHariKMwr tlu-lrlimltli br Uujtline,
of PaHKKH's Toieu. but d,-lav la oanin Twin Tu.
I ante. CHirie vlwa all else Aula, Ulvos n ale as
trasurm ou una axui suauuunh ai as sJrngnista
1'ublic AdmliilHlrufor'H uic.
OrTlcs of Public Administrator, Oourth'.use,
H' e ti county, '1 enn. Lecemher 21, HUtO
N 01 1 OK is hereby given that 1 wi'l, as
sdminlstrator ot the sstate ef 11. 11.
Ami, aeeeascg, on
Tnr4lHy, Janssnry 41, 1HS7,
n front of tbe courthouse. Ftelh coantv.
Teon,, proceed to sell, at publte out-iry, te
the hishest bid lor, tor nasn, the lollowlng
operty, to wit: Thiee Coal Carts, one
asou. ons riulny. one Iron Nafe. and a
auantity of Coal hhovels aml'orki. Bale te
eummenoe st 12 n'elonk.
JUMM LUAUIIK. Foblle Adininistrater.
n l as such Administrator oi the estate of
II. it Arm. dereil.
Dr. Ward's Seminary,
NASHVILLE. TENN., ths lesding school
for yocng ladios in the South, and equal
to any in tne norm, opens its next session
January 10th. This school is too well known
by its grand success and ths noble line of
women it has educated te need sny com
ment. Parents will also tni It tie most
reasonable in Its terms. Ail Ires
UR. W. K. WAHD.
iieclric Belt Free
TO introduce it snd obtain stunts we will
for the nest sixtr days rii-o sway, Iree o
chsro, in each county oi the II. H. a limited
dun lie r of our sJcntiH., t.rln (Jul vu.
lo hns,t-nry II ,1 1 In, J'rlce Vi a positive
nil winning cure lor ftervous itnbility,
'arioocelo. Kuiisviiins. imh,,t.iinv. l SM.n
Reward paid it every itelt we maniifacturo
es not senerste a gonuinooieotrio current,
lilress at t.noe KLktl I' till! lim. l" A(Jl,.N.
CV..J'. y. Rux 173, Brooklyn, N. V.
M. n. COOVER & CO.
DMr,8uih, BIIntlti,M4l4lia(rit,all.kln4ln of Door and Window
FrniusiirackeU,BNcrU-YVork, ICohkIi antljUreaasd
I.nmtH'r NhlaKle4,:LMthH, Uater Tank.
All kludHol sl'oodU'ork xKuted at Short Notice
ypR. 157 tn 173 Washington street, Memphis. Tenn.
SmiHL'2 BSOTHESS & COnPMil
COTTON FACTORS AND COBSISSICfl BSXSim,
If K ORIJRArVM. f4riHIWnJ
Caah AdvauceH to ftlerclinudi and Planters.
HILL, FONTAiE I GO,
(kkn Factors and Who!osa! Grcscro
IB, FONil cl 00,
Cdfon Factors. Commiss.oj. Oorchsat
Me. 11 Etantla X7alm fit,., Mi, lra5.
Dinner, Toilet ant) Chamber Sets In Great Variety.
BAR GOODS A SPECIALTY.
s Aureus, for tl,tloernSMl IMVKKIIWIHin VITKIa'IKO OUIRA, apSMilally
nli.iiie. nr HolrOn, Rniaarsnli ntifl N'fniloa.-.w
RLEnisX HB0lk,er Cotbo, Kli.
an w &h s-1 n rs IB a S-"H & aa
Hon. 2i8 and 8SS Front Stroet Memshii Tmtm,
W. IV. Ilrowiu
II. V. Uarrclt.
2fj(5 Front ttlrrot. :
BrMlBT Car Worts Manofact'if Ci
YELLOW PINE AND OAK LUMBER
ABO DKALKIM IH
efewri. Bukg 1I1U4 DrMd floorlnp:, Collitir, WathrBBrUQh
e Oar fasti I ties are aiargasiad by air sawmill in the Boatk for tiling areeri msasHMi
tn in OslllSg. Bldlag, Htep. Lsber and Cypress Hlilacies a speettlty 1 alas, frairt 3
IiiMsitasy ef sal dlssesisiou. We make tee Wholesale Business a Ipaoiai featsre. ttsssaaj
solloited and promptly filed.
dm BAYMH4X.EI5, AGMT,
De. !H4 eTegsirnon S treet XlcxxiPhl. Tennsut
Wholesale DcalorH and riiSiUslicrR,
Bole Agents for the following Firat-CUrs Io.truDients:
ST.T5HSTWA.Y akd KNABE
Kranich ti !Bach, Gabier, anil Vfcoalack.
OIStJAN?, Clough &!VYarr6R, and Smith .ir.orizxi
vr a'new 7-ootavb:fiano:for ltO.S
Write for Oatnlogrjon. No. 821 anil Noooud HtreeU RS'tfciKr'il-S
W. If. PS4KTS,
LaU of pJeaehasa A Uertei.
DAT, HORTON & BAILER
:GCERS AMD COTTQH FACTORS,
UWILS8I iss 11 in iiisi.i 'Iiiumi isiiiiamsMsirsBaipiii.M-M asisg'
J. A. BAILEY.
G Second Rlr
AtARia ANt oovtPLsrn arooK ok pilut rs, imsm) crtuM fittbh
Malorials, Pumps, Urive Wnlts, Iron, Lsi 1 ul i'.";'.'iiii,!-Jasi'liiBi-ai. diu'ws, Hto
T4:. . tKI(ll),
F. M. ROrFLIET, Bmldeit Partea.
IV. X. Irown, Jr.
-rown & Oo
: MemplilN, Tenn,
BR YAMM I
m w. aaxxm .
Late ef Xilkry 4 CrsafVl
lkrr, m Cs
LatnALl 1 ,
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