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er, and the Chairman rapped vigorously upon the table, and shouted "Order!" at the top of his voice. Some hooted, some hallowed, and some hissed. Loud calls for "Wise" were heard above the confusion, and Mr. O. Jennings Wise appeared upon the platform. He would have complied with the wishes of his friends, since he was attachedMr. O. Jennings Wise appeared upon the platform. He would have complied with the wishes of his friends, since he was attached to a very important branch of industry — the printing trade. But there was an evident desire to hear a speech from some practical working man, and Mr. Wise yields the floor. Mr. Jas. H. May called attention to the fact that this was a working men's meeting, and neither lawyers nor doctors ought to be allowed to speak. Mr. Wise yields the floor. Mr. Jas. H. May called attention to the fact that this was a working men's meeting, and neither lawyers nor doctors ought to be allowed to speak. Mr. Martin M. Lipscomb then made some remarks, and moved that all speeches be limited to ten minutes. The motion was lost. Mr. Jas. H. May moved that a committee of three be appointed to wait on the Hon. John M. Botts, and invite him to address the meeting. Cries of "out of order," cheers and hisses. The Chair decid