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Bar This porulnr elaoj at amuseme-t is NOW
feE., nnder th management of rro..
' C. A. DONALDSON,
or New Attraction, end Specialties will be
preenled each week.
mm- On Sturd Afternoon of each wtek.
IlALF RATES for School Children.
mr We intend to make thla plae of amue
mailt a sgeci I attraction fur Ladies and
their Families. ...
AUCTION SALES. .
UndervtnttT auction Sale of Uui-
eleal MercbsndlnePUDoi. Organs,
Shoot Musie. Musical Inet VuiVkIt'
d maget bv fire and water, THIS (SA1-
HKDAV) MORNING. April turn, ai
o'clock. Block of K A. r-enson.
A. M. STODDaRD. Auction
Damaged Pianos and Organs, Show-
CaeasMtre Fixtures, Ete., t -
tloa To-narrw mornlwgr,
Vlar-fc, it Bno'.epoeli Pea-
Assignee's Sale f Uroeerlep, Liquors
Cigars ana uiucrm
gsr Notice la hereby given that, s assignee
, . .1 1 . I r Oa V.nM ltpnt. Mflm
-i.:. -r . T-dl mil. on Tpeiadny. April
i,ift,on the premise., to the highest
kidder, for oath, the entire oek of Groce
ries. J ignore, Clear, and Tobacooa of aaid
B. L Diniels. JOHN ROFKK, As.igne
Memi.hia.Tenn .April 8. 1S16.
the mm asylum.
PLANS EX 1M1XE0BY THE IJUI Ll
awr Notiec ia hereby riven, that I have qual
ified aa assignee of K. L. Daniels. All par
ties indebted io aaid Daniel, a'e requested to
.. r..,-A mnA .nttla and thereby aave
expense. Creditora are notified to. (file their
claims wi.h ine, duly probated, xnempnia,
Tenn.. April M-,,, KnpKR,
VOU SALE OK KEN '.
ETu. At bheioy Stauou
BOtrl kkady kdiWibhio. for iiirttier tar
ticu'.ar. ,pply to J. H. STAKEORD.
f-iTi . l K. IlwllSK
O Mies., .tore house, aaloon, sta-iles and
McPonald Bros, of Louisville
lectfd as Architect A Tour
Thii powder never Tuxies. A marvel oi
parity, strength and whoUsomeness. More
economical than the ordinar; kinds, and
cannot be aold in oomi-etition wUn tbe
multitude of low test, short weight aluir or
phosphate powders. ipW only ". Ru'1
NOTICE If any peraon on the excuraion
train from Memnhii to New Orleana m
Baturdiiy, March 20ib, aaw or henrd of
CHKlIE BUOOD, lormorly of Memphis,
on the train cr in Kew Orlonna, will th-y
,ple'e commnnicate, through thia ofiitc,
withhia.rn,ltather. L. D. FI3I1ER.
75 Deale atreet, Memphia, Tcnn.
New Or ean papera pleaae copy j
CISTERNS Built and repaired and war
ranted. Inventor of the BaniUry Port
land Cement Pump. Contractor and brick
ie. Telephone MS. TH08. CUBBINH.
B. TRBZEVANT, ATTORNEY AT
LAW, Marine andOommeroial Notary
Public, Oommiaaioner of Deeda and y. a.
Commiaaioner. at the old office, No. 8 Madi
ton atreet. tLLEOTIONH A HPKCIALTY.
THE undesigned .nnouncea that he is a
candidate lor Reai'ter, and aaka the
aupport ot the votem of Shelby county. U
elected, will endouvor to civi i SHtiffotion in
the discharue of the duties of the nSioo, and
plaoea his claima aubiect to the action ol me
Memphis. March as, lHSrt.
SA. DOUGLAS, of Kcrrville. Tenn., ie a
. candidal (or RKOIaThR auliject to the
act on of the Democratic Convention.
jndKr the Cirrnit Conrt.
We arc authoriicd to annonncj that JOHN
JOUNSTuN is a cnnd dnle for Judite of the
Circuit ourt of Bhclby County, aubject to
action of the leinocrat'C Convention.
We are authoriicd to nnnounce L H- E8
TE1, JR., as a candidate forjudge of .no
Circuit Cou-t, subject to the ar ion of the
The Building Cominissioiurs of tlm
Lunatic Asylum for Western Tennes
see, to 1)0 built at IWivar, Tcnn.. were
in session all day Thursday until mid
night, and nil day yesterday until 5
o't loek p.m. There were present, Aus
tin Miller of Bolivar, chairman ; A. W.
Hrnekwav of Brownsville, secretary;
J. R. Godwin of Memphis, and lr. J.
B. Jones, Medical Superintendent.
The principal business considered at
the meeting was the examina
tion of plans and specilicatious
auhmitted bv various architects ana
builders anxioutto secure the position
of architect of the projected building.
Wana ni snecilications nan oeen
tiled bv the following named gentle
' Smith & Sharp. T. L. Pis-
mukes, P. J. Williamson, Smith
A, fiihiO. Nashville; McDonald
ttp.a Henrv Walters, lonisville
n. ti. lioseiiiilaenter, J. B. Cook,
Mnmnhis. Alter a careful, laborious
and exhaustive examination of all the
itted. a vole was taken, and
ti... ..lui.H filed bv u lonall Bros, of
ImiRville were selected as best meet
"X.I KW COTTAGE 430 Lauderdale street;
iix rnomat all modern improTemenU.
Apply at ZHB Main street.
WABHINQTON ST.-Newly repaired.
A pply on premiaea belo.'e noon.
FUhNISUBD ROOMSPor irenU and for
houekf eping, at 116 Court atreet.
"VNE-HALF 8T0RE-R00M For office or
Dews tand. on secona eireei. near mau
ison; good looation. U. A., thia office.
fpWO GOOD OFFICES-Well ventilated
a. " 'AffyCT-;..g 0FFIcB.
ROOMS i roesaa, 220 Waahington st , 115
per month. Addre-a I.C.B., Avalanche.
TWO elegant front rooms, furniahed or
unlurniahed. Apply at. 89 Ad arnaa t '
ROOMS Furniahed or unfurnished, at 118
Second street. Heferenoe' renuired.
UROWNbETTER PUP With white breast
LJ and white tip on mi: ani oouar uu
fnr h'a rplurn to Ann
with name F.
SIKAYEO OR SIOLEN.
HORSE A dnrk bay hor e, with chain
collar, aaddlc and bridlo. A liberal re
ward will be paid for hie return to WM. A.
KPWARPS'ff l.ivcrv Stah'e. Main street.
ROOMS Suite of two rooms, unfurnished
or one furnished room: will board par
tlea if deeired.
Location beat in the city.
Addreaa, with reference,
H. C.. Appeal office.
( 10TTAUE Thrte rooms, cistern, at 257
J Heorgia street. Ai piy next room
tyTl'AUK-No. 414 Laujerdale, 7 rooms
J in ood repair, goou ciaiernj per
month. Apply to No. Sit Viain atreet.
R00M Kn mite, Lee Block, third floor
Bind feet white! hlaied face,
with white tehii.d right
MULES Two black mare mule, 16 hand;
high, 6 and 7 years old. mane and
tail trimmed: f reward tcr their return to
F;A. Jones i Co.. til Monroe at.
O WHITE COWS tine witn rope arounu
Z head. 15 reward for tru-ir return to R.
B BARTON, near Onrre. Herramlo roaj
KIKIS AN! BOAKI).
i-iainnk'nu i.hin. rnmfortAhle homes
LJ with exoe lent table accommodation
will flDd It greatly to their advantage to
Dlk llnnan. Mti Secnd Street
T.ansienU will bo well cared for at less than
one-halt the muai notei pr'c,,.
M W. POLK, Manager.
OOMS Couiforinlily furnistml rooms,
wiih or without board, at 8 Mot roe at,
TVOOMS AND BOARU ueairable rooms
JIV nd i.oiird at 7aMuiaon ajreeu
To V-Ulil ;s K-.enr. Second ana Ad
kois sts. Room and board 15 per week.
Day hoarders wntcd
;,, tl,. views of the CominiHsioners,
and that linn was elected as the archi
tivta nnder whose supervision the
imw uuvlnni is to be constructed.
Tl.o biiildinu nlaiined bv McPonald
Bros., will consist of a central building
which will contain all tne ouices am
apartments required for ollicers am
attendants, except the superintend
nn.l two wiiiL's for the patients
1 n rear building in which the
t it,. lien, luiindrv. bakery and amuse
.iit I. ill will lie placed, and in the
..nr rf them the boiler-house nut
onoine-rooin. Stretching from the
t..r Luil.lintr in either direction
will be the wings lor male ami leniuic.
rait outs resnectivelv. wu' wing is w
consist of .two Imiltliugs eoniaintng
three wards each, wifli a basement
underneath, ami an attic aoove, tnese
bnildingsto be separated from each
other, and from the center building,
bv fire-proof towers containing the
stairs and the stacks for the
exhaustion of vitiated air. joineu to
the center building and stretching to
the rear will be the accommodations
for the necessary shops, Kiicnen, iiiun
drv and bakery. I his connection
will also be fire-proof and contain a
fire-proof stair. The building will be
of brick, three, stories in bight, with a
basement underneath ami "an attic
B,Tho building will be warmed
throughout by steam, except the first
floor, where open nrv-piuv i"
used. The building will easily accom
modate ;100 patients, with a separate
room for eacli patient.
ti,o frnntnw of the buildini: will oc-
aml it is estimaieii nun
circular savs: The wheat market bas
been quieterduring the week, with an
easier tendency. Knglish wheat is
s: arce and slightlv dearer. Cargiu-s
are sparingly ollcred. Prices are tirin.
At to-aav s market there was a ixir
attendance. Business in wheat was
poor at a slight decline. Hour dull
and slightly easier. Tito offerings of
corn are larger and prices in buyers'
Visitors on 'Change yesterday : G.
A. Dozey, Nushvil e; Sam and Moses
Behr, Montgomery, Ala.; the Rev. K.
L. Kw ing, l ovington; in. anu .iirs. .i.
I.Taylor, Jackson, Tenn.; Mrs. Olio
Clapp, City; B. K. Kkndg, Puck
Hill, Miss.; J. H. (iarrett, 1-ayette
conntv, Tenn. ; J. C. Inches, Uiston ;
K. W. Hell, Covington; M V. Howell,
Little Rock: Mrs. John WenUell,
Cincinnati ; J. J. Nichols, Covington,
Ky. ; W. D. Wellborn, ickshurg.
At a nieetine of the directors of the
Merchants' Exchange held, Thursday,
the following resolutions of the Mer
chants' Exchange of St. Louis were
indorsed and forwarded to our repre
sentatives in Congress, requesting
their co-operation in bringing about
the necessary legislation; unworn,
That in the interest of trade lietween
the Mississippi Valley and the Central
and south American Mates, we re
commend that direct mail communi
cation be encouraged between the
United States and those countne
.1. 1. .l. ft f V'.w ft-lon.,., ,1
UirOUgll UlC JMirt VI XCW in nn, nm,
that for the promotion of this object
we urge upon our Congressmen, with
those representing the other States in
the Mississippi Valley, that Congress
make liberal appropriations to subsi
dize nnv steamship line that will
establish steam communication hi
tween New Orleans and th countries
APRIL 10f 1SS0.
LIGHT AD WATER.
ma lam, wo. i " "
front. Apply at No. 4 Madiaon at.
GENCT We desire t eatabliah a gen
l oral aaancr in Memphia or vicinity to
eontrol the sale of a staple article of daily
onaumptlon. Any energeuo man mm
mall capital may aecure a permanent, pay
ing buninea. For particulara address
flREENWICU MANUFACTURING CO.,
47 Vesey atreet, New York.
SITUATION As assinUnt book-keeper,
cashier, bill elerk, or any poaition where
good nd rapiel penmanship is required, lno
pplioant ) a young man who deairoa to
make h mielf useful, and can furnish unex
ceptional references as to worth and capao
ity. Address A. B., JlppeaUflice.
A SOUTHERN LADY To associate her
self with a reapon ible house and rep
resent it in her own locality. Good aalary
to right party. Poaition permanent Kefer
Jnces exchanged. GAY & BROTHERS. 16
Barclay stet, Newjuirk.
1 AUNDRE8S-An experienced whl'c laun
Li dreii.t CLARENDON HOTEL.
5" NToRoouib, furnished or unlurnisheil,
with or without board, at I'll yadiaon st.
HCiWO Urge unlurnifhed rooms, with or
J. without board, at 6 Madinon atreet, oor
REFORM MEASURES I'RErARFIi
H Y CHAIRMAN SL.Vl t.'HTKR.
He av Toll Paid by the Comity for
Furnlshluf Jail and tourt-Honse.
AN ORDER BY MAIL FOR
Th9 Mempb s Club will plsy a
picked nine lo-day at 3:S0 p.m. Gold
stnilb. the crack local nit. her, will
occnnv t lie box. Great thii gs are
nTtei ol him. A'lniit-f-ion. 10 cents.
lhe fallowing 5s a list of players and
If KMFH1S. XTHLXTIC.
O'Leary, pltchrr, (loldamith, pitcher,
kr.hm,i,r. pitrnKr. i.vnca. oaiciiur.
Fuaaelbach,ahortatop,Puneworth. ahort atop
Andrewa, lat baae, weion, ii oate,
Phelan, 2d bnae, Ryan, 2d base.
Whitehead, 8d base. Lawless, d base,
Biaok, left field, Downs, left field.
Lavin, center field, Griffin, oenterfleld,
fenced, right field, Danni, right field.
Savannah, April 9. Chicago, lL'j
Macon, a., April 9. Macon 13,
Baltimohk, Mi).. April P. Boston 7,
I'lm.ADKLi'iiiA. 1'.. April 0. Phila
delphia 11, Athletic 8.
r.no. II PeUrj and wife tn W. M,
Kn.y nnton. lot 15x5(iS feet OQ north
auln Ji-Hratmne atreet. 13 J.
SamiiHl Is er and wile to wiiins
Lse, lot 17, 40x110 fuet on Mooro ave
.Incob 8t.c nkhul nnd wiIB to a. i.
south sidt( Pnplsr strn-t
NICE bar window with inside blinds, and
a lot of other windowa and o'd lumber.
Alao a nice front Porch. 2Sa Cynthia at.
PIANOS A large assortment of seoond
hand Pianos, loms ai good as new.
Prices from 5 upward. A Chickering
Grand, cheap for a'Kh;WITZMASN A C0.
rnnv S70 feet, and it is c
work alone will cost i.w.OOO.
. i ..m i:.... ...ill l. i;,rl,t..,l tlirninrll- Jh('
lm i i;.,i,t ..ill l. Mlnncan. trustee, to lemirn
I " Dar.cn in the turn of ,350,
The plan submitted will be plnced
l.f,ir (inv. Bate for his approval, nnd
w ill be subject to such modifications
frnm t iinn tn time become man-
if,.Ktlv necesstirv. One of the tirm of
McDonald Bros, will, however, super
nnd be consulted on
mivHiimrested chances. The firm who
.....V.. l,.,.t.il ns architects are known
as competent architects and builders,
i rneent.lv built a lunatic
asvlum at "Marion, Va., which is said
a .nnilnl of ilS kind. Till! Com-
.;oc,ior leave next week on a tour of
inspection of newly erected asylums
with a view to fatniliariv.ing themselves
with such improvements as navo oeen
o.ir.t.,,1 nluewhere. Mr. John K.
i:Jui onr noiiiilar townsman, and
president of the Mercantile Bank, who
of the Commission, will
Chairman Slaughter of the County
Court is seriously discussing plans fur
saving the county a heavy expendi
ture, which is now inane ior gas ami
water. The water company is paid
$1000 a year for furnishing water to
the Court-House and f.'00 for the jail.
The city pays but f'MHH) a year for
water for its sewers, nre department,
station-house and work-house only
four times as much as the county pays
for two buildings. Ko ellort seems to
have been made in the past to save the
county this burden, to which is added
the heavy oneoi pilinuung, ninouming
to several hundred dollars a year, on
account of pipes becoming choked
with niutl. It frequently hapens,
too, that the pressure is not sullieicnt
ly strong to curry the water to the top
floor, ths CIOSCIS in consequence um ii
becoming choked, and necessitating
a heavy expense for repairs, besides
making the building almost uniniian
itablo by reason " "l 'onl stench.
Justice Slaughter thinks he can solve
the problem, and save nearly tue
w hole of the $1500 tax, by digging, a
well in the court-yard and pumping
the water up to a tank on the roof.
Thus a sullicient fall would be at all
times secured. The distance to the
jail is not very great, and pipes eoiu.i
l. laid nlonir Front street from the
pumping station to supply that insti
tution, rue water otuu uc i-n-m, "
as the pipes would not clog, the cost
of plumping would be reduced to a
merely nominal sum. mow n"
have 'investigated (he matter think
the entire work can be done for about
ilWO, perhaps less, maybe a little
more, but at any raie inecouiuy voum
pay for it in less than two yearn nnw
water supply afterwards would cost
the county nothing. A number of the
magistrates have heen approaencu on
the subject and they are all in favor
of allowing Chairman Slaughter to
make the change, provided lie is sat
islleil it will answer the purpose.
He is also discussing the ngui ques
tion. The county's gas mil is huoiu
$1200 a year, ami, if the Electric Light
I Company w.ill make a satisfactory bid,
its proposition will ue consiui-n-u.
There has heen a great deal of tar
lately about an elevator, but tire re
moval oi Hie lllXlllg l-MSiril l. illinium
to the old Citv Hall has suggested, a
wav to save the expense of putting in
extra machinery ami of paying a boy
tn ntteiul to it. The three rooms
vnenli.l tiuL'lit le used lor the law
library, which has heat, light and rent
free, or it could lie moved io me unm
floor, allowing the Chancery Court to
tutu tlm. hiiire ami eleitant apartment
n.l.l.'h i now iiiM'iinies in the second
tliuir Tin entire business Ol lilt
County Court would then be eonllned
to t he Iirst anil second imum, mm
Hiire would be no necessity for nif
HATVlPtiHH Ol" F-A.rTOY BIIIIITINO.
made by aendius ua an old one to insaure oy.
ivi.v i.ir.u......rinr Cuda. sent by mail on application. You can h iv a new ret of Jihirte
lOiuii ua au oia uuu io mimi" J ' ' -' - - -- ---
MEMPHIS STEAM SHIRT FACTORY,
) 3U SECOXD ST.
Memphis Steam Laundry,
. . 224 SECOND STREET. .
We have tha Lateat Imi roved Troy Laundry Comiauy'a Machinery.
C OM. IK. ClIFf'S ul SHIlirS Laundrled lqtml to Xew.
CALLS AND DELIVERIES FREE. WORK CAN Hi: iKNT BY MAIL OR KXrRESS. 1
CP11TAINS .1 Wl'EMALTY.
'nn-Kehidbt Sollce. I
No. HUM. R. D. in the Chancery Court ol
Shelby county Trnn State ot Tenncaiee,
use, etc., va. Mary Adama et al.
it iarinr Iroiu allegalioii ot the om
saoruto ntliicaiie th the delen.taiiia.
Mall Arvin ami wile. Hello V Ariin.J It
Chalmers and wile. llele.-ca I haluier. are
renidoiea of the Mat ol Miaaisaippi! and II
II Olatlin, Rhl H Menken, l..rneli A
Monkon a-e residnnta of New ork Male :! 11
Andrew Walla.o nod wi e, l'altie ulUrc.
are reidcnla of the-State o t olorn.lo : and
that all oi anid ilitendnt nro non-rmidenH
ol the Mato of Tci.saaaee ; mid that tho place
of ronidonre ot the following named derend
snta are unknown to cnuiplaiunnt and cannot
he ascertained unim ildiganl iii'iuey made,
tn-wit : K H AdiinTa and wife. Ida Aihma. W
II Aduir, Je-M Arnot. Kli.:ilieth Pii'dup,
Ann J DiinLip. Letilia luulaf, and tin-lie ra
ot Kuol'd Itorlnud, who e names are un
known and cannot be ascertained upon dili
gent i n i 1 1 r T iiiadoi ,
It la iharofura ordered, 1 Ihey unike
their apprarane herein, at "ie t mirt-iiouio
ol Mhclhy county, in Memphis, run., on or
beloro Iho nrst .tionuay in luur, .i i-..
and plead, answer or doinur to nvnplain
aul's bill, or the same will he tnkeu tor mm-
le'edaelo llleiniina sih ior uenriua e.
undthit a copy of this order bo pun ished
..... .. k i'i,r .iire.ifve weoks in t ie
Memphis Appeal, inis ;u nay oi n-.iru.
A. P., men.
A s'.'TrMci OW KLL. :ierk and Master.
Ity II. F. Walsh, Deputy U. ana .
John .lohnsli n. Sol, tor coiiipl nt.
OKU AN A good pipe organ, having two
banks of keys, 24 stops, and ty, potava
pedal baas, at Bocond I Preterian church,
Memnhia. Addruss E. WIT.MANN ACQ.
OAL00N Saloon and fixtures. Doing ft
O good business in a good location. Kea
sons ior selling, sickness in family. Addreaa
S. B., this otnee.
accompany the LWininissioiiers, auu
the benefit of his trained
business capacity and general adapta
bility to new surroundings.
ClOTTAliB Nice cottage, with all lin-
provements: oat-buildings j on paved
street. Part cash. Address, care of Appeal,
X Writer; terms reasonnble
X, this oflice.
SEVRRAL COLORED FAMILIES -For
tanning, near Peoan Point, Ark. Pro
Tiaions and all farming implement! will he
furnished. Address WM. J. HRANSF0RD.
Pecan Point, Ark.
LADIES and young men to decorate Birth
day and taster Novelties. Easily
learned; good proBpeots for steady employ
ment and fair wges. Material lurnished,
and all work mailed postpaid, ror full in
formation addreaa Dcobtiv Art Works, 7
Exchange Place, liofton, Maas. P.O.boi 514S.
SITUATION By a steady, sober, aingle
man, on a plantation, to do all km Is of
. carpenter's work and make himself generally
useful ; low waves askc. C, this office.
AN With small capital to learn a pay
ing business, call at
2W MAIN bT ler nn-stairs.
WHITB WOMAN-To learn new ahirt
ironinr. MEMPHIS ISTEAM LAUN
DRY AND SHIRT FACTORY, 224 Second.
T-T.nrRMTTH A rand Malkamith to run
.O a country shop- Must alao be a good
wood workman, flood wages paid. Call on
or address V. i. ALLKN CO.,
l SALARY TO
dress at onoe. DR. bCOTT'8
.KLKCTRIO ttOvDS. W2 Broadway, Jew
Sork. The ealyjen uiae.
PARTIES Who wisk to learn Stenogra-
. INTELLIGENT. Earnest Catholic
. m.M tn MnMunt a larao. responsible
Barclay ttreet house in his own locality and
ouUide large cities. A remunerative, salary
fio right pa: ty. References exchnngea. aa
Jresa BARCLAY, Box lfiS5, N. .
A GRNTS With .mall ranital. 'We have
J. V something new, no risk, large profiUr
special Hriay oner, write at oi ee.
EM PI "3 CO.. 381 Canal street, N. .
TJ IOHRTcash prices paid for old and new
XX i tiA limits at 441 Main street.
T7VVKRY ONB-In need of a trd, smooth
S2J durable and waterproof pavement or
tlonr. examine WATSON'S BillMbM CO
CRE1E. Telepkone 9:18.
A LL THOSE having damp, viwholesome
cellars to lewpn ne a.
TnVERYHODY-1'o call and see the cele
Sit brated Gypsy Clairvoyant, ex ITT Third
t treet, near Poplar.
TTTPRlilKNCED AGENTS And eorre.
Sid tpondent for new business. Positions
permanent. 4alary or commission. Write
N ATION AL ECOSOUIST, Chicago. Ill
T30ARDER3 At 140 Madison ; nice rooms,
XJ good fare; Vansientt arcommocateq.
AGENTS In errery lection of the country
for tw New Booka.juat ready. Sractai
Taaaato men of eaperienoe capable of til
ing a large territory. State experience, age
and territory wanttd. CAbkLL CO.
limited), 822 Broadway, N. i.. and4U Dear
born street, Chicago.
t a i vsugK.I. an Rtat in the n ion
D to represent a PAINT M AUFACTUR
JNO ESTABLISHMENT haag several
fipatiiLTigs thaUre popular and easy sell
ing. Can be handled alone or in nnecticn
witn other goois. Aaareca inn "
t-RTPK MAN?l FG. CO.. BALTlMOtE, MD,
a ti msTQ pn K. hj.it articla airr pre-
il dueeai: eoslly outSt free; no peAJling
and no mmtef required until gales are made
and good dtlivered. For particular! and
terms address N. M. Frirdmao U,, aiv
fjnsl vg, tie,
XLt for IS. .
Pure Plymouth Rock eggs, at tl
JOHNSON A GUINNEE, 2T.2 Front.
TRY BARREL STAVES, "iHSaP- in
L) ca-lots. bRINKLEY LUMBER CO..
124 Jefferson street
ALABAMA bl'LuVi COAL In any quantity-
trUi(A for HATCHING erom pure b'eed
JTj Partridge Ooctiin, Brown Leghorn, BlacK
Snanifh nnd Plymouth Hock stock. Address
ORE EN WOOD POtLTRVjf ARDS, City.
A COMPLETE TIJH boua ArrA
HATl'8 Fountains, geierator, etc.. at
ZEDAR FENCING POSTS-For sale by
j w. R. LARKIN. Larkinsville, Ala.
Tj"INE PAYING HOTEL, iinbi r.ss-oii-Jj
uated in one of the livest towns in the
touth. Does a business of over iihj per
month. Bar can be auuea io me umm,
if desired. For tetma, address
J. B. m.. nni n. .iioriuui .
A T NEWPORT NEWS. VA.-1UW lots. WS)
IS. feet water fro t, 4t feet deep. For full
iniormation addresa WM. A. JJhAN,
47 Lexington street, paunn"re, mu.
HORSE A safe, reliable family buggy
horse one well known to the mtnene
of Memphis. Apply at th. HtsuW. of
TMIK OLD HEN ISLAND In sight of
L Memphisi 1000 acres, of which aboutsuu
eleared and very rich land. A bargain oaa
b. ..cured b, PPV.BRYAN A CO.
frlBNNKMKKlf STATB CKRTIK1CATKB
L Re ealvabl " and all dn to the
John Ovsetok. Ja. C. N. Geosvjsob.
OVERTON & 6R0SYEN0R
Real Estate Dealers
AUKNTN at: HBOtiKttiv
Offioe, 264 Second Street.
. n. Sernnd axMl Ttnta.
Rt. VfTATK BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Taxes re.i. Rents Ooliefltea, ete.. urn
The concert nt the Memphis Theater
last evening by the Clara Kellogg
(Vim-erf Company was a thorough
Tl,., niwiLmoo wbii-li nearly
Mlici:rnn. a. ....u., ... , -----
tillnd the house, was composed of cm-
tivntoil neoiile. whose applause, fro
quently bestowed, va.s a real compli
ment', because intelligent The printed
programme was not strictly earned out,
hut nothing wa9 lost bv the changes
introduced. A happy beginning was
made by Mr. Adolf tilose,
whose exauisite rendering ot tious-
chalks"Souvenird' Andalusia 'gave the
audience an earnest ot other delighiiui
thimrs to eonie. The duct "Como
Tranuuilli. oy o'iss I'aunne monw
nriifo nnd Mr. Francis Noyes, was
charmingly done and Mi s Ollie Tor
bett's performanee of the third nutn-
uer, antianie aim sciit.i, o-"'i
ivn hiolilv artistic. "Uita. a seren-
n.i i... .k'.atti.i wiia irivi-n bv Mr.
David in extiuisite style, "Dearest
Heurt" beintr rendered as an encore
A nunrtptte. from liiaulttto by the
eoinimnv was warmly applauded
Miss MonteirrilTo sang the "Flower
sv.nir" an o viiiiisiti-1 v that she was en
thusiastically recalled, giving liisch
off's "Supposing" with line effect.
Poniatowski's "Yeoman's Wedding
Song," by Mr. Noyes, was tho next
number on the" procramme. Miss
k'.-lWunnntr "Devoted Apple," a SC'
lection never heard in Memphis be
fore, giving as an encore a cavatina by
Joachim Ifciff. Miss Montcgriffos
singing of the exquisite ballad, "Some
lav, ueliglueu ner auuieuce, iiw
When Kat lu foalllvc Agony
Tho rheumatic are seldom Ireo from a certain
.,...,.... n .tiiTnn.N In the joints and mus
cles, which serves a- a coni-iaoi u
ii, u, h vims only wait! an unfavorable
weather, or the aid ot a cold, to
emphasixo its proience wim exoruoiauua
twinges, lu provcni tne rocuiio'tiu
mitigate the pnin, there ia no finer or safor
aource of riliot than Hostetter s Stomach
Bitters a niodioino every way proicraoio i..
the poisons repeated infinitesimal doses or
which are taken, to tho prejudice of health
and the jeopardy of lit", and without a per
manently remedial eneci. Dieep oiiinou
by rheumatic i nd neuralgic pain at nignt,
is rostored by tbi. benoBotnt aoother ol the
nervoua aystem, and the slumber which it
superinduces is far more refreshing and nun
eticial than the .tupor intj which the brain
is thrown by a narconc. appouui anuui
geation. as well as sleep, are lu.provod by it.
and tt 1. an aamiraoie nu ir uu wu.v,
for the bowels and kidneys. Use it for rheu-
mat m before retiring.
fort Worlll Nlrlhrra IndleltMl.
Fort Worth, Tex , April 9. The
grand juty to-day retnrned Indict
ments acainst inomas ivoijb, h rumc. ,
who was wnnnded in last Saturday's
fight, and Edward Sbaw, who hauled
the strikers ti the battle-field, charg
ing them with murder In tho nrst ae
gree. An indic'tnent wa also found
againtt M. M. Lavin, District Mtster
Workmni of Assemoiy n, rvnigum ui
Labor, charging him with beiDg acces-
sory 10 nniiui r. ami wan uacn o
ItiOOO in each cpse. '
In (he Dear Old Days.
We differ in creed and politics, but
ma urn a unit all the 1-RnlB Oil the UC-
. , , I - u ,...! ,t l,ol If
h raoiejuess ui b iiuo ucou ti
you moitrn the loss ol tins messing
and ornament, a bottle or two of
Parker's Hair Balsam will make you
look as you did in lhe dear ld days.
It ih vto th trying. The only standard
50 cents artkle lor the hair.
Cincinnati. O.. April 9.-Tho Com-
m,vrial Caulte's (ierniantown, O
special reports an explosion of gaso
line this evening which was followed
l,u n i Matrons lire. Hie loss is
rnuif i v esLimaieu ai joo.vaju. juhu
K onnnc . in wliose Btore me explosion
occurreil, was uangerousiy ournuu.
iratt'a Emnlalon of Fit.
Cod Liver Oil, wiih Hypophojpbites,
in Pulmonary AOettiotta ana bcroiu-
lnns DiPBimcfl. Dr. Ira Al. Lng. new
York, says: "I have prescribed r-cott s
Kmu aion ana naea it in my iainuy
and am greatly pleaBed with it. Have
found it very serviceable in Scrofulous
diseases and l'ulmonary auecuuns.
niainatrek and (he Pope.
London, April 10. Cardinal Jacobini
has sent a note to 1'rinee Jjismarca
I-,,, w-'-f. ; Has neiit a intiv in aii.i-.u
good opinion of her was increased P- myinf; t)Mi the Pope is willing that
the manner in which she gave One notification of religious appointrrren
Electric Belt Free
TO introduce it and obtain .gents we wil
for the next sixty days gite away, free
of charge, in each county in the V. H. a lim
ited number of our Mermaa Kle-firo
uie Muapesianry Helta. Pn--e In: a
positive and unfailing care for Nervous De
bility. Varicocele, Emissions, Impotency,
et. t-VXi.OO Reward paid if every Belt we
macin.acture does not generate a genuine
electric current. Adores. Bt ornj-e ELEC
TRIC BELT AGENCY, P. 0. Box Ls,
Brooklyn. N. Y.
: jSrlS.lVAtwoiutelrCiiPMlm.lU V.W.C.V.
! . StliflV h. lr 1'inre I P.t M.a-i
iff oc Truat W.rrmn'Mi ..kit Eirmo
Ov TB0R8 in -rld f;.tirelTdiBreiUftual
allnhr. Prf.-. P-l..n nraniThltf
HinMaLofN.V iT.d i.ikIthI. i.tlvn fimn tmm
To all who are suffering from the error, and
indiscretions of .youth, nervous weakness,
early decay, loss of manhood, ete., I will
end a recipe that will core yon, FREE OF
CHARGE. This great remedy was discover
ed by ft missionary In South America. Send
elf-addressed envelope to the R.v.JjrB
T. Lvki'i Station D, Aew Tor.
Mama," a song which has been very
popular here ever since the engage
ment of te "Niagara" Company. The
"Spinning Wheel Quartette" from
M'irtha closed one of the most delight
ful concerts ever given in Meinphss.
Ci.osixo prices of May options at
Chicago vesterday: Pork, $!) H7j ; lard,
5.9.;; clear rib sides, 5.gc; corn,
37 Jc. wheat, 771c; oats, 293o.
The Merchants' Klevator was rated
as "regular" by the Merchants' Kx
change at a meeting of directors held
Thursday, ami deliveries made there
will be considered good.
The committee to whom was re
ferred the resolusion ofTerwlat the re
cent meeting of the Merchants' Ex
change on the subject of drummers'
tax, will report to a genera! meeting
to be held at the Exchange this morn
ing at 11 o'clock.
MANcnETKR, April 9. The Guar
dian, in its commercial article, says
trade in cloths is fairly steady. The
demand for smaller foreign markets is
moderate ; for the other markets it is
poor. Prices of yarns are unchanged.
Only trifling trade 1b being done.
A I.B1DIN" Livwpool weekly grain
notification of religious appointments
be sentto the Prussian government on
the condition that the ecclesiastical
bill be revised. No war in the near
Lpndbokq's perfume, Edenis.
Lundbore's perfume, Alpine Violet.
Lnndborg's perfume, Lily of the
Luudborg's perfume, Marchal Niel
Labor Troubles) In Itelgltiin.
Rbiiskkls. Anril 9. The strike ha
been pa-tially resumed at Charleroi
by workmen employed in the Jumet
A Prominent Mlnlater Write.
Dr. Motley Dear Sirs After ten years of
groat snflering from indigestion or dyspep
sia, with great nervous proitration and bil
iousness, disordered kidney, and ronstipa
tion. I have been cured by four bottle, ol
your Lemon Elixir, and am now a well man.
KEV. C. C. DAVIS,
Elder 4L E. Church, South, No. 28 Tatnall
treet, Atlanta. Ua.
Cures all Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness. Sore
Throat, t-ronchltis. Pneumonia and all
Throat and Lung Di' eases, except Consump
tion, which o'ise-fe it palliate, and greatly
relievea. Price 25 cent".
Lemon Elixir and Lemon Hot Drops .old
by all leading drugsiats. Prepared, by 11.
Jloiley, M.D., Atlmt.0.
The First Sign
Of falling health, whether In tho form of
Night Sweats and Nervousness, or In
souso of Gencrul Weariness and Loss 01
Appetite, should auggest tne use of Ayerr
Bursapurllln. This preparation la most
effective for giving tone nd strengtb
to the enfeebled system, promoting lb
digestion and assluiltutfon of food, restor
ing tho nervous foreeg to their normal
condition, nnd fur purifying, enriching,
and vitalizing tliu blood.
Tn vonra acn my health beiruu to fail
I was troubled with a distressing Cough.
Night Bwcats, Weakness, and Nervous,
nous. I tried various remedies prescribed
by different physicians, but beonine so
J . i . r Vl A .... .I.il.a ..' Wit.
weaa uiai i cuuiu nui. w ! nn.,. .....v
out stopping to rest. My friends recom
mended me to try Ayer's MnrsnparllU,
which I did, and 1 lira now as healthy sud
strong ns ever. Mrs. r,. l.. n iinaiue,
I have used Ayer's Snrsspnrllla, In my
family, for Scrofula, and knovy, If it (
taken fititlifullv, that It will thoroughly
ermlleatelhls terrible disease. I have also
prescrlheil It ss a tonle, as well ss an alter
ative; and must say that I honestly believe
It to be tho bent blood medicine ever
cnmnonniletl. W. F. Fowler, D. D. 8.,
M. 1)., ureenvuio, ienn.
' It would bo Impossible for me to de
scribe what I suffered from Indigestion
and HeadiM-lio tip to tho time 1 hecun
taking Ayer's Stirsnparilla. 1 was under
llio eare oi various uutainuua nun .,.
a great many kinds of medicines, hut
never obtuined more than tcirporsry re
lief. After taking Ayer's HarHnpnrilla for
a short time, my headache disappeared,
and my stomach performed 1: 3 duties mors)
perfectly. To-day my health Is com
pletely restored, Mury Hurley, Spring
I have been greatly benefited by the
prompt use of Ayers Sarsiiparlllu. H
tones and invigorates tho gyNtciu, regulates
the action of the digestive and aHsiiiiilatlvo
organs, and vr.Jllzeg tne oiomi. n is,
without doubt, the most rellablo blood
purifier yet discovered. II. I). Johnson,
fcl3 Atlantic ave., Hrooklyn, N. Y.
Prepared byPr. J.C. Ayer k Co., Lowell, Maes.
Price) SI ; aiz bottles, S)R.
DK. It. L. LASKI,
Piryslclaft, Snrgeon aud Aeconcher,
RESIDENCE AND OFFICE,
8i: Main Street, Near Union.
Te1Mhon No. 88.
N os-Resident Nut Ice.
v. Ainr it 1) In l lie Chanoerr -'ourt -
' Shelby County, Teun. State of Tensea-
... Vf ... ll.n.n al ul
It appearing from allegationa of the b;ll In
u.. .....- hini, I. .wurii to. that the de-
r.n.laiila. 'D M Dulloie, John llidiPeiton.
ui... n ll..l.,n. W,.rr.n Truss. Vt J I'hlllipa
are non-resident, ot the Stale of Tonnes.ee ;
A at.- lti.tai ii ri.Mtllill1)t ttf A 1 tlft?
lit II 'v Hie l '- : .
nor end wile, Gaynor, is unknown and
cannot bo aaceiiainsd upon diligaut luituiry
T .V. .u r.. Th.t tliev make
their appearance borein. at the Court-llouie
of Shelby county, in Memphis, Tenn , on or
.1... M.,.,.l.w In .luna. A . D. ISHII,
and ple id.aniworordemurto coiiipliiipant s
bill, or the sain, will be taken for confessed
as to them and set for bearing ex parte: and
ii,.i ,,v nf thia order be published onoe a
week for lour aui cussive weeka in the Mom
phis Appeal. Tills id nay oi April, i
A copy Attest : .....
H. I McDIlWKLL, Clerk and Muster
n. ii v Wulali. Iiiiuiitv C. and M.
.lohn'.lohnsten. Sol. for compl'nt. sat
Nun Kealdcllt Notice.
No. Ill 117,11. D.-In the Ohnneery Court of
Shelby county, Tone. o
1, ....'.,. ,'ln.'r I'r.ii.i ul Ions lieu i of the bill
l .I.; ,.yn wltii.h in .worn to. that the
place of residenoo of the following named
del'undiints are unknown to com pla' mint and
I.b n.n.vtil i ..ml llll.n d-lill.t-t imi'lirV
iiiiido, to wil: .1 A brown. K A llrown, 1. 0
Iirown, Frank Hiindimi, J 11 Stratum, Mrs
L 11 H.ll..l..r.l. W M KtullllUll :
It is therelore ordend That they make
their appearance horoni, at the 'Yurt-llouse
of Shelby county, in Memphis, Iciiti., on or
belnre the Brst Monday in Jut.e, A.P., 1HK1,
and plead, answer or demur to onuiplnin
...I', l.ill. ..r tlia miino will be taken I'T Con
fussed as to them and set for hearing cx
... ..i ,i...i u ..., if IhU order be puo-
ishod once a week for four su weaaire weeks
in Ih. Memphis Appoil. Ihis M day
April. A.D.. ISMl.
A oopr Alteai
Nuu Ke-ident etlce.
No. tV-7, R. D. -lii the Chancery Court of
Sbelliv Couuiy. Tcnu.- Klute ti Tennes
see, tot it iiisu ii'o. etc. i vs. Laura T.
M....r. ..I ,,l
11 appci itig fro-ii bill w'ioh Is ewora te 'n
thla cim.-o Hint Ibo drli-iidants. .'mejin it.
Pill, is a roid-nt ot lowa: inui aoiuainm
Merrill, executor of 11. F. 'leasing, de-
ct'rt.cit. I- a re.-Hit-iii oi new i'
lUvidl". Diivia, vu i .rn J. uurrows, ,i. .
Uu-rows. John A. and Annio K. Kirhy are
reaidenli ot Visi-'Cpli ha' Vim. H. Har
rison and. I. ti - Ui.c :lte rvstiionu ei ixoii
tuckv ; licit Alii.-d U. Lindsay is a res dent
of Missouri; Uu,: Tin-u'.ua Allen l a
n-M-li" t ol l.n.is; inn ,i. mm u. .
Klinn arc rosidents of L'uiai.na, that Geor
gia nnd I r.stiis M nln are rte donts ot
AtH it.s.lH, .llld ill. ll'-ll rusiilnl.is ei mo i-iiii.
ul Ti'lliieis'9; una tlini .leoiiie Him vinii ne
Join-sure non-rjst'iM.is oi isismn, a
lliut the i-lucoa -if roi ulmico ol I. aura I .
Moore. Lolllfli .'i. ail'li-rson, r-ovYiiM. -
sins, l.outsk ureeiy, ii.iii-j -'i
Catron and Joseph fliooka, trustee, are u
known and i-aiiu-.t be luniartaliieil alter dili
gent ii MUiiy ; and that the nainna ad places
nf residence of the heirs of Jamoa U. Rag-
lalid. n-caiisi a, ma o parties en noiuuj .
ttieir inti rest in lot 2, Haaland Iraot, Dunlap
avenue; aud that tl-.e names and places or
residence of the htira ol Anna Hell., d
ceaaed, made putties on account of their ln-
loniSt 111 'ot UoniiltU SUOU-llsiun,
lh,ttlie mtioes aim piuo.s m reeiueuwe
the hoirs ol ,1-hn Hull, )r . doi-eaeii. mane
parlies on in coiitif ot micros! iu im "
lots n ami v, i iiuup. " ' , ,r
the names and places ol residence) of
heirs of Joseph .1. Davla, dmwuseal, maite
parties on necouni of intereat in lot 41, sou in
a-d of Kerr avenue; and that th. namjs
and place, ot tesiaouce in ine noira m nu
burry Warren, diu-ooatd, made p.trtiea o
account oi in. on si in mi. .nv, -vision,
.reell unknown aire) eatinet be ae
eeriainud after diligent Iniiuiry, this being ft
auit to enlorco tax liens;
It isthereture orauten, ini .am
make Ibinr atipoarance herein, alineoimn-llou-e
ol Shelby county, in Memphia, "tin..
on or tielore iuo urai 111011111,7 m m.
and plead, answer or demur to coin (ilaiiiaat s
lull, o' lhe .lame win on wiaeu 101
as to them and set for hearing (Jl".Ui n
that a copy of lllia order be piiblialiadonoes.
woek for lutir siio.ossiv. weeks 111
phis Appurl. iaia ;uai uay.oi amn '
A copy fllicsi : .....
S. 1. Mi-DOWEl.L. Clerk .nil Vaster.
11 v J. M.Uiadley. Uopulyll. andM.
lloi-koll A Jordau, bulicltore for
H.T. McUOWELL, Clerk and Master.
Itv II. K. Walsh. Deputy C. and M
Juhn Johnatoti, Sol.JorjmiiudjiU
iiti- K. Hi.lrnt Not loo.
No , K.l). Ul-ln tfoChiuu'orjr Court of
Klm.hv County. Tonn. - Htitto uf I eniicnaoo,
f.. sis., vm V. K. Butler et nl.
1 A UXimmnr ol ll
1 1 . n . wimitR'Mii.ii ..'it -III.
1. f...... da uinosi.lMtl hill. Whlrtl
Is sworn to in this cause, thai the defend
ant, Frank B Danny, ia a resident of the
State of North Carolina, and that W J Al
bert is a resident o! the State of Maryland,
1 .1,.... i,,... nn tntnrast in certain Mavy-
v.rd Inta that ooiiiiilainanU are seeking to
It is therefore ordered. That they mako
11 .,ir oi,.,.runre heroin, at the Court -House
,.f ki,.ii,v .mimtv. In Memphia, Tenn., on or
bolore the first Monday in May. IHHii, and
plead, answor or demur to complainanta
' 1 . 1 ... 1 I,, 11.. nr the same will
be taken for conlesaed as to thuiu. and sol.
for hearing ex-earte ; and that a copy of this
..,.1.,- 1, i.iililiNliml once a week, lor lour
successive a-iwka, in the Memphis Ari-gat.
Tnis 2d day ol April, 1HMS.
A V'hdioWELL, Clerk and Master.
Hi II. r. Wul.h, I). .. anil M.
Lawrenc. Lamb and Lte Ihiirntoti
ll.ora for tJoinplii'niints
Nd. lilm, K. D - In the I'linncery noun 01
hlie:oy t'liiiu.v. i.-nn. oiaio 01 ..-u ,.,
tor use, etc., vs. A. A. L wronoo el al.
It appealing (torn the bill which Is swora
tn in Ihis aua t"t lbs detiiiidan-s, jaooo
and laadore KaiiMiian. minors, alia nimon
Stern, residents nl mo Biaw 01 .-aii ,'
and Mun ie Haul 1 a u rnsident of Dakota
Terrilorv: Mrs Ui-ssic WliliHuid, widow,
and one iniio r son hos name ia unknown.
hoir oi T l Wlntlnild, jr, wieoieeu. roai
dentsot lint Sia eol vna.laali.snj Olive Bnd
Mary l.o tlmtn , ros.dunta of the Mate, of In
diana; Mis Mian. ,i ran, nt'iaji" "
Sluto of Alabatiiai Iteverly D Williams,
Maiy h und vvi.lmm vi-moi, uiin",,
denla of lhe Slate of Arkansas; . J llerry
111 11 11. V. .1 l'errvninii, llraddus Herryu an.
Will II I'orhlns, J.uunou n, i " j"
Bj Cole, rosiilenla of 1 he State of Tex
as: M T Rider, trustee, Ben May, truatee.
and Kdwnrd Wolsh, re I lenta of th. Slate ol
Mi-soun; Caroline M l'asamore, a reeidenl
of the State of Indiana: D M Klournoy, a
riisidniit or tte Mato ei nesarsr, u
ltrown Ayres and V W Smith. yxeouUir of
the estato i f H (1 Smith, deoeased, reaidontg
of the S nle of Louiainna, and all non-r sl-
don softhe lilato ol leiineeaee, an 1 io
therc-idenies ot Ann 1' Minx, J II haston
hesd, Niichaol Klynn and J D Dsuberry are
unknown, and cannot be ascertained alter
dilimintiii'iuiry, and that the uanies ana
resid-ncos of the heirs of Rul.is K lurnage,
M I. Saunders, J D Davis, trustee, Weaion
While and Agnes Norvell. deoeed. are un
knowu, and cannot be ascertained after
diligent inquiry) thia bill wa Sled te col e
Slate and county and taxc. on oortainloU
owned by the above i-artitu and other parties.
Ii it therefore, ordered, That thoy ma
thoir ani earnnoo heruin, at the Court-llouse
of Shclhy county, iu Memphis, Tenn.. on or
befoie the first Monday in May, lKHn. and
plead, answor or demur Io complainant bill,
or the samn will be taken for .onfo'.ixl as to
Ihein, and set fir hearing ex-mirta; and
that a copy of thisnrdor he pubhsliod onoe
wetk. for four successive weeks, In the
Mo-opliis Ai-i-SAl.. This 2d day nl April,
A ("ot-y Attct : ....
S I. MrDOW i.LL, Clerk and Master.
Ilv ll. V. Wa'ah, Dnpuly Clork and M.
Loo 'Ihnrotnu and 11. D. Jurduu, t-ellcilors
r... . .. ... a.l 1. . ..1, l.f -
AT ' i0-'T4tM taut uW
3 CftUM HirMUr. "
I 1 Mfd onl by th
1 f Br&ni Chtmlca Oo.
iy ie" iHi.SB Itej
ft fl tl1-.')(
ft iV" c - j
,. ,'1., rn il.a cli.AMr l!mrt
o. .vjiai, n. u-, i w in """ , A
..r xi,. ll,. enuiitv. Tonn Stale of Tennos-
seo. f..r use, etc , vs. W. E. llutler et al
It appearing from the amended bill winch is
sworn .0 In this cause that the 1 etenuants.
Frank U Dancy, Is a resident of the htiiteo
North Canilins and WJ Albert Is . resident
if the State ol Maryland, and both are non
residents of the St ilo of Tenne-see. sa d
narties have an interest tn certain lota in the
Navy Yard that complainant it seeking to
colleot taxes on ; . .
It ia therefore ordered. That they make
their sppearunr-e herein, at the Cour t il- use
of Shelby county, in M e tx. . hi e. . Tn n . , si or
before the nrst Monday in May, and
... ..,. i eomo a nunt a
Criginal and amended bills, or the s.u.. will
he mken for eonfessed a. to them and l for
hearing x parte; and that a copy ot this
S?do he published once a week lor l-mrw-,,ive
weeks in the Memphis APl.ul this
2d day of An'il, lHsn.
A '"Mi'lmWELL, Clerk end Master.
l)y II, F. Wal-h, Deputy C. and M.
L luronre Lamb and L.e Thornton, Sols,
.. m,,. 1 iiu-trHrd trillion laati
g-VTTiJ-ft rloest ever i-rlnle-i. now rwl,
lw. ft "..;- M ri.nnieiil. over .-III riew.Orliu-
R mil HtrleeoftiSa-e l.ilirnry
i " De,,,, Tftblet, Chsirs,
iUrtf'' yTr Book Cases, Loungea,
"J it T Vniui C.liinala
'-1 Ladies' FancyDesk., As
No. olns, R. D-ln the Chancery -Court of
She lv county. 1 01111. State of Tonnesse
va. J. F. Anilinny et l , ...
Uai-pearing tuM allegations of the till in
ibis -iiuse, which is sworn to, that defend
unts lkuiaiiim F llarroll and Green Reddit
1, re non-resiilonls of the Stalo ol lenneaaee,
and residents ol Teg isi
It ia thuretore oru reu, n uw
tho-r nptoaraiii e heroin, at the Court-House
ol r-holliy couni v, 111 Memphis, Toan., on ol
before lh Brat Monday in June. A.D., IW.
and plead, ans.er or doinur to coaiplain
ant's bill, or lhe tame will be takjn ler eon
fessed as to tbeiu and sot for hearlni
parte ; and llmt a uo.v of tbi. order be pub
lished oncea wnoa tor '''""""'.-"".
in too vnnupun nppaai o' --'
A s'fM i'doWKLL, Clerk aud MaaUr
11.. ti 1.- wi.h. Iieinit 0. and M.
JohnjlohnaUinSol. for comjdnt.
Novelties of the Season
at Greatly Keduccd
j , rina.1 iiww. ouiw".
K;-. .'.Tfl rrioeetluaranleed. ItalalotJ I
iaili hit fra. Fo.uiaate. noi mia.
Noii ltesrdeut Notice.
No 4ri7, R V. In the Chance Court of
Shelby countv. Tenn. State of Tennessee
... 1 .1 111 .Al. ..ll at al.
It sp'pea'riiig Iron, the amerided bill in this
cause tt alt lie ueienuaiii. ui-.n" . '.V '
is a non-reaidont o' lennessee, aou uii m
names of her c-.ildren and the children
heira and devirees or George M Got.i-h are
unknown aud cannot be ascertained alter
dihuent inquiry, and that they are non-residents
of the -itnte of lennestee, and are
made parlies to this suit to enlorce tax lu ns
on account of thiir Interest In lot jit county
lot Mil, north side of Main street, i.uiwteet;
It is therefore, ordered, Tnat they make
their opiaruce hero n, at the Court Uoue
ot r-helby couDiy, in Memphis. Tenn , on or
before lhe first Monday in May, lSSo, and
plead, answer or demur to complainant a
smendod bil' end tho petition, heroin, or
the same will be taken for confessed a 10
them and set for hearing et pane; and that
a copy of thia order be published unse
for four successive weeks in tho Memphis
Appeal. This 2d diy of April, Wm.
A Trt' WW ELL, Clerk and Master.'
T) ir E VL7. 1.U iLtnsi'v () aVIIil M.
F:il.'andC. W. Ileiskell, Solicitor, for
No.Wod.R. D.-In the Chancery Court ot
Shelby county, Toim.-Stale of lenne.se
vs. O. M Alsupet al.
It ..oe:irnig from the al legations of th
bill in this cau-e. which i. sworn to, that tha
d0naanU ar unknown tooomi'Uiiitnt and
r4imut be rUceritiinfl upon ailuent inquirT
, , ti....l- Ir.,ii lta. J
made, w.wu : 1. iiw-, --. ,
ii iii.e. V V7 Miller. J A Patter.on, W H
Unl on and J PWireruan, trusteei
It it Uierofore ordered, ihat they rnaga
the r ap. earance herein, at the Oourt dlouae
ot Shelby county, in Memphis, Tenn.. ono
taeluie the Iirst Monday in June, A D..
au-l plead, aiitwi-r or demur to complain
ant's bill. i the same will be taken for oou
f.siet as Ui them and ret lor hearing I
pane 1 aud that a onpy ol this order be pub-li-hed
on.-, a t;ok for fur n:''v8d"0I
n the Mj-mi-bis Appoal. Ihis 11 day ol
A T rVcDoWEI.L. lrk anu Master.
Ity lK' T. Walsh, Deputy u. ana m
i..i... ,1l,n.i,m. Sol, for comi-l ot.
, wa-KiteiJrnt Notice.
. .'.mi R D -In the "1 .mcori Court of
r-WI?r "ut:.T."n.-c. 10 o. i'o,n.s.e.
vs i aylor Abornathy et al. . .
nViZaring from allegations ,.: -he biU
i, this cause, which isswoiu
I.Mlsnts., .rs r -- --, -L,,.-.
W f ' hoe'k , W i 1 1 i - m H If I imei s , J . i. e 1 U-
benuu. Duvid McKay, aiiiss M iwuiu.j
Wui J Robinson, tusan r- Robin -on. v
Ho. Il.nl wih. Ophelia Rossell,, Winllel
Ji .kei Helen Schm.il.r. John Btary. rs
!U,kos, lieien ni-inoc,.-,. - - ,
Irali T-ghe aud Miss Sarah Tube, plaees ol
' ",i,,,.n t oomiilaiuantand
I ono be aseertai ed upon d ligent inquir
&. and Ihat the Metropolitan Nn
l ,n k ol - .wVork Is a uon-re.ident ol the
hinte el Tenues-ee:
. It is therelore ordered.
t' eir apnearanne berein.
That they make
at tha Court-lions
of Mielby county, m Mempnis, lent...
bLtore the nrst Monday in June. A.D., lSSS.
.nd plead, answor or demur to complain
Hut's b". or the same will be taken lor eon
r."s.d as to them end set for hearing
p.rte; and that copy of this order be pub-l,.h-d
once a week for four successive .weoln
iu thi Memphi. Appeal. This 2d day ol
A s'l-MeDoVV ELL, Clerk and Ma.fr -By
II. F. Wi lt, Deputy 0. and M.
John JotinstoD. Sol for c-inipl nt. st