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TITE MEMPmS APPEAXi "WEDNESDAY, MAY 8 18SD
THE COUNTY COURT.
CHS JU3TICB3 BBJBCT THB COMMIT-
T BIB'S BBPOBI ON JNO. WALSH.
Tbe Tax Lsrr Mads Tor the Current
Tear Petitions For Boads nd
Brldgei Without Number Filed and
Acted Upon BoutinaWork.
The County Court has met ami ml
Jonrnod until tlio next regular term of the
court. The Justices cot tliro'iinh with all
too work and left behind thorn a cloau
' Tho first work of the day was the motion
to ndopt the report of the committee,
TV hi eh was published in Tut A pi-sal' yes
terday, relative to the accounts of ex
County Undertaker Wulsh. From tlio
moment court opened a look at tho smil
ing conntenanco of Justice Winters would
convince anyone that Mr. AYnlsb was all
riL JumUco Winters would cant a look
over at tho commilteo that made tho re
port and smile pityingly upon them.
Away down in bia bo nl ho felt sorry for
Justice Yorgcr came londed. Ho rame
loaded for bear, lie wns sis full of a speech
as an vgn is of meat, and ho couldn't hold
it iu any lonirer. 1 1 9 secured tlio floor and
the attention of those present; ho pulled
wide open the escape valve of his elo
quence, and for 0110 mortal hour poured
out a torrent of oratory in defense of Mr.
WhWi and of Mr. VVslsli's record.
When ho concluded his speech thoso
not in tho secret were atonit.hcd to see
nhs.t a ilill'ercnt fare the story had, and
were reminded that 0110 story is always
good until another istuld. Justice lluxbey
was one of the lirntuttlie mourners' bench,
anil raising up his body and his voice said
that he dcxired to withdraw the motion ho
bad made for tho adoption of the report.
Lie hud heard the speech of Justice Ver
ger, and while he and Mr. Walsh were not
on terms of permmnl intimacy, he did not
dcxire to see injustice done, lie did not
believe that there wus any crlmiiiul intent
in anything Mr. WnUh had done in the
preuiwes, nor did he believe that Shelby
County hail been 1 cent tho loser.
JuHtico IWry followed in the same
train. Frequently pcopto bad a little
money and Ucmreil to give their pauper
friends a lilllo lietter buriid. They some
times emjiloyed an extra hack or pur
chawd a better will 11. J This was quite
natural and laudable in them. IUvides
this, the veiy lurtics who were up swear
in If that Jolia Walsh bad charged them
sums of money for burying friends and
relatives were'thoso who bad sworn that
they were paupers and unable to pay
funeial exnenws. If they were telling
tho trutli iu 0110 place they surely lied
before. It was their oaths today against
their oaths heretofore, diametrically op
pored to eiich other.
JuH.ice V inters took the floor. Ho took
tho house also, and in a very culm and
uYlilxTHte stylo. There was no need now
for ranting or rodomontade. He bad an
immortal cinch on the qnestion, and he
knew it. It was said that be knew it lust
nifhr. but the fact is not 011 record.
"if it please the court," said Justice
"Win lent, and it plenned the court, "I have
onlv a few words to say. '
Tim reporters sent for an extra supply
01 paper and encils.
"If it please the court," again said Jus
tico Winters, and it tlcal the court
gain, "I have only a few words to say. I
want to add the weight of my humble in
fiueiice ngaint the adoption of that re
port. 1 want to say that it should nut be
adopted. 1 want to say that Its Siloptiou
will merely aggravate an injury ami wrong
done already 10 Mr. Walsh. 1 wish to
Bay that after ail tho noiso and funn and
flurry, after all the invectigatioiia and ex
aminations by the committee that h id tho
Hunter iu charge, there is not one sriutilla
of evidence connecting Mr. Walnh even re
tnotely with wrong Uointf, or with having
in aiiy single instance defrauded the
couiii v out of a rent, or received (torn the
county one cent more than what was
t ii.n I v due him.
"In my earlier days In days when my
heart was lens - exteriencel, though Dot
lei pure than now, 1 reim-inlur reading a
itory by a popular author who attended
ourccliooL 1 1 it name as .lj, and he
told of a mountaiii Mint was once greatly
agi'a:ed. lxiud groans ami noiws were
Leard. Crowds of poople came from all
rarts to see what was I he matter. When
thev were aenibled in anxious rxpertii'
tion out ramn a l:ttlo mono, than all was
311 iel and suit, ho with this investigation,
hn mountain has labored and groaned,
JiHLicu Winters went from Surinam to
txiiIhm, which be poured out in great pro-
At tho conclusion of LU wech tears,
Idle tears, thry knew not what they
rnoint, sprung from tho dentlis of souin
UlYinn ulT"Nlir Hll'l ninraiiirn ui ua-
tiers' rheeks that were nnuvd to wiiMiiug.
Justice Kimbroiigti inn to oblige the
Company with a lew remarks in favor of
ln committer's repot t, but he soon saw
that the temiHT of Ilia meeting was not
wi.ii him and brought his remarks tu a
Justice llarrell lenned over to Justice
Hauliter and said that while some of the
tintimony was such as to give Mr. Walsh's
.record a nebulous appearance he did not
how they were going to bell) thorn
a'lve without an Interminable liiwatiit.
He would vote to n ject the report . I tho
cmmitti, but would -o lo it that Mr.
WaUi's bid should not be coltftidcicd.
llns seemeil to be the scnliineiit of
many. They did not want Mr. Walsh
Ciii-iirwl, nor diil they want him nny long
er n comity undertaker. They wanted 10
lot him down easy providing bo would not
come back and get in any more trouble.
A vote was taken and it rvsulU-d iu 20
to n Jei t the icHrt and U to adopt iu
Three of thine were on the Investigating
Mr. Wahdi then arnso and withdrew bis
bid. A feeling of relief and surprise came
Jusiico Winters rom lied bis gnateo with
bis li lt hand and looked in norm L
"1 hut's the old !ob Taylor light brought
from Nashville to the Coiioty ljurt," one
of tint Juslirvs was heaid to remnrk.
"Veil, bill the bibles are lurucd," re
marked Knot her.
On motion, the sum of t'-'3 was allowed
the committce'a thnirmaii to pay the ex-H-iie
of tho iiivrstigalioii.
William Tsvlor was appointed road
overseer, vro S. X. Iavi, on the I'.artlelt
6 Lai i range road.
'Jhn Turnpike Cotiiniiwionws filed their
nimrl ahu ll received.
hovers! tx'titions for bridges, roads, to
reduce awiicnts, bills aud accounts,
nit-., arm miwmsI ULinn.
J nstiifs Voting, Adams and Anderson
were setsiinied a coiumitteo to report utsin
the fciuiibilily of btlililiug a separate du-
rnrtinent for youthful criminals on the
llio lax levy for the current year wu
then sgrml tiion, and la ss follows:
fount? t. s1nlorrm ...- f
( until. III, I'llvlla Kr .
tl.MiM'lih A Ohio hmlpvvl, cutisiu 1st
M'-'l " r :
il. nH.le" OI1U1 Uulinad, tliikiua fund Iu
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1 1 f . I .
Surni.u UL. . 10
Hut In no event ahull the itivilego tux
On merchants be less than V.).
Tho court adjourned until Ihu n?xl rcg
Dlar tuceling time.
A rublie fountain ia la be erected in
Final noticci from the Taxing District
are being snt ont bv Co nut a bio K. v.
James O'Brien, a deserter from Company
u, itnrteonth linted Stalra lufantry, la
ueid at the station-house for the uovern
meat. Tho Pnttersnn Club's anlree dansante.
for the benefit of (irace Knisoopal Church.
will be given tonight at tho Young Men's
j mure w A6ociuUon Hall.
Agent Lauo. of the tvx;icty for the Pre
vention of Cruelty to Animals, stopped a
Hebrew by the name of HirHcli Nov, who
was driving a crippled horse. The aui
niut was in a piliubiu plight.
Iho Stato Druggists' Association will
commence its annual meeting at the
Merchants' Kxchango this morning. Icl-
cgatcs nro here from nil over the State,
and the sessions will bo largely attcuded
tiov. Alcorn and wife, of Kacles Nest
Misa., who has la-en in' the city while on
gathered up ami took with him six fami
lies to work ou bis plantution.
The Supreme Court decision veslorday
In tho case of Smith vs. the taint laid
Dummy Lino Railroad Company, settles
an important local issue. The defendant
company set up that right of way from the
city and county, with contract regulations
uvea up to, exempted it Irom lianility to
suits for damages as a nuisance by parties
living along toe route, and tlio court aald
IIox. J. W. IUii.r.v, of Gainesville.
iex., is at the Oavoso.
Mi's Katir HtvMR, of Covington.
Tenn;, is visiting friends in tho city.
M ns. W. C. Favob has returned from
Huntsville, Ala., from a two weeks' visit.
Visitors 011 'ChntiL'O vesterdav: CIihi. I
Taylor, Virginia; S. R Oliism, Muwiippi.
Mits. CiiAin.rs II. CAt.nwKM, of liinn-
ingham, is visiting her mother, Mrs. M.
t . Ueasley. at No. ;I IU anco street. Nie
will remain several days.
WONDER3 WILL NEVER CKA8B.
The Greatest Piece of Mechanism Evor
a exhibition today nt our Cigar l alace, I
No. .110 Main street. The public are in'
vited to call ami see it. Wo have just re
ceived diieet from Havana, through the
Memphis Custom House, a very largo
shipment of the choicest Havana cigar
proiluce i on tlio isle ol Cuba, tail und
I. bAtir.i.wiN & lo.
P.3. Ciseball tomorrow Memphis vs.
SHE r-ORBADS THE BAK3,
But the Marrlsire Curernony
All the Same.
Three weeks ago Mr. IYter Bishop, an
employe of tho Hunaucr Oil Works, and
Miss Mary Parmody, after several months
courtship, fixed Tuesday, May 7, as the
late of their marriage, and, in accordance
with the custom of the Catholic Church,
posted tho bans in r-L Peter's. A day or
two afterward l ather Mornn was visited
by an elderly female accompanied by two
younjer women. The elderly female gave
her namo an Johnson anil one of tlio young
er womMi ileclareii tnni ner namo was
Mattie Wolf, thst she was tho daughter of
Mrs. Johnson, and that she had come to
prevent i'etcr llishop's marriage, w ho, nho
said, was the fatner of her illegitimate
child, ami who. she also chsrgnd had
w ife and two children in another tune.
Father Moran promised an investigation,
ati'l dismissed bis visitors. Aftercareful ex
amination of Mr. liishop'a rword at tiret-
n.t. I sl . where ho last resided, ho was
convinced that the charge of a former
muiri.uo was untrue. He also discovered
that the alleged father of Milttio Wolf's
child had onlv resided in Memphis right
mouths and bad never visited its mother
but twice. Further investigation dcvcl-
oiK'd tho (act that the woman who com-
nuiine. 1 of seduction bad once been an in-
mato of No. '.'04 Front street, a bonso of
ii nsjvorv reputation, in the face of t hems
facts Fhther Moran saw no reason to inter
fere with tho marriage aud took no steps
iu thst direction.
YcHter-dvalwnl3:30 o'clock In tho after
noon Mr. lhshoD and bis bride, Miss
U.iruiixlv. drove to St. I'uter'a Chtin-h,
a-einpanied bv friends and immediate
relatives only. Father lunn awaited them
and without delay roceeded to read the
iiiarriaw) e-rviee.' Tho windows wero all
closed and the iu tenor of tho church wss
soniew list dark, so that It was easy for
any one so inclined to cscao the
olwervution. When the reverend futher
came to tho isssago which calls
for Interruption by any ono present
having knowledge of reason why the
marriage should not no on, a woman roo
la her leel and threw the bridal party into
consternation by uttering tho startling
words: '"I forbid the marriage; that man
is tho father of mv child." Futher Dunn
looked In the direction whence
the voice proceeded, recognised Mattie
Wolf, and answered: "I have investigated
the facts fully, and llnd no canonical iiu-
ledlineut to the marriage, auu so saying
ie continued the service without further
Interruption, and In n low minutes pro-
nounced the coiihlo man and wife. J he
battled woman who made this lold attempt
to pievetit tho inarrliigo left Iho church
In-fore: the ceremony was Over, and was
not seen again.
THEY AHB WAITINO.
Henry Lee Tells Hia Driver to Walt
Henry Iaxs, w ho has been foreman In
the stables of Mr. U-e Hall, & I nion
street, for some lime, wss sent to the dejxit
yesterday to receive some mules and
wnirotis bt'longiug to a railroad outtit. Un
the wav down he stoptied at Mr. Toof,
Mc'iowan 4lo. s anil ohtaliiedfi.it hi pay
fn ighu Arriving at the depot Mr. Ice
told the drivers to wait a minute. 1 he
drivers wailed and are vot waiting. His
eiiinlovcr. Mr. Hall, has loined In snd is I
waiting. AleMrs. lool, .Mcdowan o.
are wailing alwi. Tho police are waiting
with the r-sl. Iut Mr. le does not come.
It la thought that bo took a train and loft
I'AtRO. 111.. V :r l.-l.lm U I'wt 1 1nihn and
rtl( Vmilier rlmiilr and wsrn.
NrWOItl.KSVs, l, Mar T,-CII sn-l wfm.
In LH.ru-.l: J. II M l.llm sml tmhiiM, (ililn l.lv.r.
VU KsIil lt'l. ti.. Mr7 hirer Ulllns lu't
Twit np; b. f. svlivack. i'siwd (low u. til el
l.Anirs' cnio coll irs a srs'eialty at Mem
phis Mcam Laundry, Tit beoond strceL
Lrauch ollice 31 Madison street.
T)ie I'rofipect Psrk A Holt Dummy Line
will beoln riinnltm reutilnr trains to 1'ros-
pect 1'srk today. Trains will lesvo becond
and Osyoso streets alut every hour and
forty minutes and pas w ithin a short dis-
IUII(3V VI vnnm vtiiii'ii I j
Fri.L Iress Milrls a sim'cjmIi v. Finish
rvjnal lo new. Memphla Menui Ijiiuidrr. I
Z'.'t hecond Street Uruncli nllne. all
Mad. son street
SILVER MOON FLOUR
BALDWIN KNOWLTON & LAKE
The Largest Stock 387-389 MAIN STREET. Wire Cloth
or -is -
Screen Wire In the .. . rrccn .. an(1
city Panent. Williams crccn' Dratl
At Itnlliiin Prlrr. jQ
Figured Patterns. c
Builders' Hardware, 1
The Cheapest and fine Cutlery, Etc. Door and Window
Best Place Memphis, Tenn. Corncr IronS( .
City to llnv Your Suilng IIIiib, Mmt J
387-389 MAIN STREET.
I'ulU ami t'ntctir.
MALONE, CHAPMAN & ELDER
HATS, CAPS AND
LADIES TRIMMED HATS,
333 MAIN STREET. ...... MFMPHI3. T1S
hrrswrsCelekrntrd Xwslivllle lr4'resm
Jacob rst-Miel, tho old and reliable Ice
cream dealer, corner of Iamderdalo street
and Mississippi avenue, telephone 'Jl, bus
os-nod up his ice-cream business in con
nection w ith l. J. 1 allow, ol ao. ..I Alain
stn-i't, telephone 1,111 and will bo ready
to receive orders at either place lor r-un-
day, May 1, and every day thereafter
during the season. lie guarantiee this
pure cream to bo tho U-t in tho city,
w hich will lie delivered Iree to any part ol
the city. A triul of this dclimous cream is
Mantrn'e I irbana.
Tho Board of Managers and all of tho
members of the Women's Fxcbango are
requested lo attend a special meeting, to
be held nt tho liamliow l i-tiv.il rooms,
Nos. III.') and l'.)7 Main street, tomorrow
(Thursdav) morning at IU o'clock.
Mim. i. j. turn ins, nairmaii.
Tin attention of parties seeking an in
vestment in valuable city projierty is culled
to the advertisement in this issue of the
chancer v salt? of the tiuy A McClellan
tmililiini on r rout ami l ouri si roe is. too
sim and location of this pro-rty make it
very (liniratilo. title )M-rlect; terms easy.
U II I m Kl.ll At lhi rr.l,l.-tl. of lio mm. ( lltl-
Inn hlnlilil. niir hinuirn Hie. Us.. Anl
s-ti. rxtsi is K urn im i. iil n ycr.
ti l l OTT Ul"iK Na 'JW. r. ami
ml A. tl
!. Hi omrcm aiel nitmifn sn'
lentli'-l tii lte-l in finvi ii mmiiiiiiiiiwir
lhl (MMlNrHitVl rrriillil, NAT N I 'VI, l
.ri In Hip M. M. IVfMf. All M. M. S in Smsl
t.ni llin aio Irau riMlly ImllnL
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Aimr J S. Mnrrv. rivisrr.
WHEN YOU ORDER
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
AtttmMt art frequently made to
falm eff tnf trior II 'alert bearing lafols
doiely resembling Hit genuint fw-
llottlet bearing the etnuint Atolli-
ttarit labels art frequently fMed uilh a
LOOK AT THE CORK,
wliieh, if genuine, it branded with tht
name of tht JMinaru Lfmany,
Limited, and tht words "AfMmirit
liiuumn around an awhor.
"iCHOrTAriCK ISTH.T MOTHCR
- OF ALL EVILS."
Are yoe l.nnraut of tht iihi t '
Fnpo'ln It en' 14 e ef rV-amtnf ttnp.
'ley II la )ur utit bui-ckiiBlia.
Vmi sr Jalri r your hnu-e Jnt
Irne Ii hy )mir dir. Kej, ii l-.nl snij
n Biid yo ir r'ti iistlnn will bln. hri
Ik til ant murie-Hl nam will ufr Im
H'.l I l.il t..4l liiiulr.,, anll't I Inn Irnnlilr.
anme; H 1 wort Ii all II mil, r-u'ia'lr II
J ul risliirf Ihs dull'iv of Huianta slrfiirlli
by utlng sjlxillu. K t. OofinaiiS Nantialt,
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Mvr 9H im RHr Gray
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Insi rancI' Company
AHTT, Jntiunry I. IS.I.... ...t '.IM.f'W .'0
Hurptut by I oi.iisiii)! stanil.iril, 8 wr
11 rl l y (iitinii't.i t Hinn.lnr l, 4
llallu ol Ki" iio of 1 .aiuHi'im nt to nsvlpla
alnca umaaiutleii. S I s r rent
JACOH I. Gtlt'PC ..
JOllX M. TAYLOR .
,...VI I'rcsMi nl
W. U. AlllKiT ...
JAMES 8. CARPENTER,
Otnctal Aftat for Kcntucagr snd TtnnriK.
Cor. Main and Siath Bttttta,
LOUISVILLE, ill. KENTUCKY.
T. M. OALBREATH, A'st,
loMsJIsin Street Me.-npMs, Tsn n
for Uillianl Tables
and equipment. Har fixt
ures a specialty. Sporting
ioods of all kinds. We
can supply you at short no
nce ai ncmom prices, i.i
lles exchanged. Write to
us for prices.
OlAct aaa II ;;..r ftil u;
329 Main St., Memphis, Tenn
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BuUcrilo fur Tlio Wwltly A.ol.
Main anil Madison Sts.
GOLD AND SILVER
ON LONG TIME-SMALL CASH
rrmm tort to 'Jul l,it In nnl nrnnnil Iho n!
llrlinl KliMIIilla. Ail Kle, IMIII '1 fet'l flUlll U,
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f any rtfairr anva ha Imi Ihi X. t.. Iimijrlae
fltiiiM wllliwul nan .ml line. ainiiM-U ye)
tba ImSujiu, yui Mm !ua a n frauu
V. L. DOUGLAS
Itaf In lha wnrl.l. t vatiilitr hi.
Vint liCM 11 II till nt III i HIIOK.
(Hi ii imi i win ii 1 1 r 'inn .
I. is I'm i ami I All i Ii-' wiur.
I Ml I X I I: A V l I V. I A I I -Mill.
Si I. IS lllll.HIMiX tsn Mill ,
4.oo an. I i.l nut' n iiiml. allots.
All u.1. In I ,m s lliill" .ml I . a.
V. L. DOUGLAS
S3 SHOE iVdTib.
lira! Material, lu-.l Sll. lat Hurts',
If mu iM t. r iivi. utr
H. L. Imii r.l.A-, r.i.lK HTUM, MABfl.
ron iai.k nr
josi n-finrrf, m. ai stmnai.
I. lltll. Hail I II HHU., Un. SIS Mnls Sb
Alt! Kit II Ii. IK I ., Ho- snl M-ln M.
II. M. I IHW I I.I. I II., Nn, 1n M ila) as,
XI.I.M-.lt S Nil, Itoit Main M.
PHINIX WIRE WORKS.
Scroon Wira Doors 1 Windows
r-J.-t! nal-a rnrnUlird ami T f ( I. m V..ra al
llnniii.lil.i I'rlrua UuaralifaL
Cta Ff ONT 8T. Tolophono 1.311
.i m' llff t r
ORGILL BROS. & GO.
CU AND ii 1-liUiMI
Avery Cotton Scrapors, Mitchell Cotton Scrapers
Randolph Cultivators, SIda an! V Hirrow3,
HANDLED AND EYE HOES
THOMAS HAY RAKES
BARB AND PLAIN WIRE.
DESJARDIHS, MILLER & HAYKINS
094 it 308 MAIN STREET, - - MEMPHIS, TENN.
"Wli ol c s n, 1 o Ila 1 cl wi tre
STOVES AND TINWARE.
AGENTS FOR JOHN P. MANNY MOWING MACHINES
Chieftain Hny Unkn, Danuor PUntor, Cimpboll Corn Drill,
Door and Window Screens, Galvanized Poultry Netting
T,wn Mnwn, To Crnfttn Frnrcrs. Tlandlct nnd V.vn TIos.
tL r. 1 rMMoir,
Lemmon S Gale Company.
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
Nat. 320 and 323 Main Straot, Memphis, Tcna
W l Mi" !,
n. L. HLIK1NUIUM.
Ixii is IUom as. .11. 1. Mil 1 ra,
l'n -li.li nL VUf rn'sitli'til.
THE SaiOOLFlELD-UANAUER CO.,
(HuMwin Id WIUHH l'li:l.l, HANAl'KIt 1 CO )
AND COTTON FACTORS,
230 nnd 258 FRONT STREET.
w. w. who Ji.nr.i.n.
w t vim rn
J rAlJIWlIIGI lNilJ.
George Arnold Company,
WHOLESALE GROCERS, .
Deal?rs in Railroad and Leveo Contractor3' Supplioa.
3G4 Fi'ont Street, "Mdinpliis, Tenn.
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