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THE HEW VOKK STREETCAR
Jill Demands or tie Me Conceded
by tne Compntes-1 he Texas
Tiw Yobk, March 6-10:45 a.m.
Tp to this hour no dlttnrbance baa
been reported at po'ice headquarters.
Not a atreet-car is luamnR, and aa yet
no attempts ta?e beeo made to send
oot car The city appears aa 1 dead.
Nothing- like the present trouble i has
been witnessed since the worst days
of the great pir.-iotic epidemic a
dozan years ao. The police lores is
thoronghlyorganiaed, and Is confident
of its ability to repress promptly any
dispositioa to riot or disorder. Everr
man able to put on a uniform and
carry a club was ordered on duty lait
night, and th's morning 1500 men are
beld in reserve. Police headquarters
look like an enormous bivouac of uni
formed men held is readineea to an
awer calls from any quarter. Equals
of fifteen or twenty policemen were
diapaU-bml -arly t guard all tailroid
depot a1"' eleblps. Mounted men
patnl Q n id street and the route of
the Dry I)xk railroad from end to end,
to keep the route clear in the event of
any attempt bing nude t run a car
over the ron.l, ai yesterday, in order
to save tbe company its charter. Po
lice Superintendent Murray is deter
mined to mpprcFS a repetition of yes
Wila scenes. Trouble is, however,
apprhenc)ed. The etrikers preterve
ao attitude of quiet determination,
awaiting the rt-bult of a conference
now being held between the Execu
tive Couiraittwi of the Kmplre Aeoo
c'ation aid Ruilrosd Cfmmieioner
O'Donntll, who arrived from Albany
this morning in answer to a dispatch
demanding hi presence. It will tie
followed by a meeting botween the
commissioner and the representatives
of the railroads that will decide the
future line of action.
A OKNKBAI, STBIKC IN HROCKLVN.
It is reportid that every street-car
in Brooklyn will be stopped at 2
o'clock this nfternoou. Employes cf
the roads in thitt city that aru now
running, si iite that they have been or
dered t) go on strike at tbat hour and
to remain out until the demands of
the men on the Dry Dock and Atlan
tic avenue lines have been gWinted.
The rumor that the employes of the
elevated rotds would strike at liron
has proved to have been without
foundation, hi nt 12:110 o'clock all
trains were running as naual. Super
intendent Hain said that be does not
believe the elevated road men will
strike, as their doing so could be of no
powible use to the surface load
ONll OK TUB IKADINU BI'IIUTS
among the strikers said the men who
committed the acts of violence vest Br.
day were not connected with the
strikers in any way. He mid it win
the intention of the men to protect tho
property of the roads that had granted
the demands of the men, and that
committers had been appointed by the
various lines to feed and water the
horses in the dillorent stables; that
the et rikers would drive a rar over the
roads of either or all c f the lines which
bad come to the terms made by the
men, so that the chaiter of the reads
would not be joopardiisd. One pe
cullarity about the rommittee niv
pointed lo feed and wutJr the horses
in the (tables wa that the men ap
pointed to care for the' horses of the
Broadway line were not employes of
Uie Urea J way company, but were trom
another line; thin plan wm fallowed
in all of the stables. At 1.30 p.m
Police Superintendent Murray re
celved intelligence that the committee
which met to consider the strike trou
bles had a Jj turned, and that matters
have been ad inn ted so ttiat the men
will resume work at two o'clock this
afternosn on all Hues in tbis city and
af er his consultation with the Ex ecu
live Committee, took a cab and went
over to Brooklyn, where be met Pres
ident Richardson at the otlice of the
Atlantic Avenue Line, together with
the directors. A proposition was sub
wilted to the commissioner containing
the f jllowlng resolution, and directed
tojosepu o wonnell, chairman of the
Executive Committee of the Empire
Mutual l rot'cuve Association
"ViVioiW, That the Atlantic Avenue
rallioad of Brooklyn will agree to pay
the men at the rate ol $J per day lor
twelve nourj as a itv d work lor eon
ductors arid drivers, including half an
Hour auoitea lor uinner, nml ntt r our
cars are running, to Bubmit a 1 the
queelious of difference between the
employes to Commit n'oaer O'Donnell
It is agreed that the Dry Dock, Eu 1
Broadway and lUttury lines be in'
c uded In the same agreement as the
Atlantic road In itrooklvn.
"J. ltlCUAKDSON. Pre.ld.nt,"
On receiving this document Com
mimioner O'Donnell at once returned
to New 1 ork, and went to the Central
Labor Uoicn Hall, on Ka-t Eighth
street, where the Executive Cimmit
tee was in session. He submitted the
proposition lo them, and itwasaa
cepted promptly. The delesntes from
the dilforent roads were itarted at
once to notify the men to be ready to
start toe ears at z o ciort p.m. Down
stairs, in the large hall, the strikers
were in sesefoa. Mr. Gray announced
me terms oi the agreement amid the
breathless hush of thereout. When
be finished there was a deep, long
breath of relief. A ma J threw bis hat
tip, and a yell broke ont a hich shook
me ooiiaing. roe mettma broke up
ana tne men started lor work. Joseph
u Lwnnen said to a reporter: "All
the surface roads will start at 3 o'clock
p.m. The propoeition from Richard
on was accepted. Commissioner
nt II i a .
v isonneu win De armtrator, ana we
approve the choice. It is a great vie
lory lor ns."
THS CARS KI NNlNd.
uar no. lW, ol toe t ourth avenue
surfa-e rosJ, was the firtt to reach
City Hall this' afternoon. It reached
the stand at 8:20 o'clock, and was cov
ered with brand new brooms.
The first car outf the Dry Do:k
eta IfS nrar the foot of tirard strett,
and over the Grand street line, left
theftibleea'. a qriaiter past 3 oV'o:k
amid the cheers and yel.'s of the thou
eands of people in the neighborhood.
or blocks away from the stables the
streets were nnpaesabl owing to the
throng, but the tine of tilk was jubi
lant iaaU-ai of defiant as yesterday.
Along Grand street the buildings
were deckeu with flags and bunting
until the route of the first car wore its
beat holiday air. The space directly
in front of the stables was kept clear
byaeqnadof po'ice. The horse lor
the first t-io were brought out rand
hitched first to the car which
the memorable trip under Folic
psnntendent Murray's dlrectio
it was found to be battered, an
appearance rake, anotcer cbj
taken. Joseph O'Donnell, the bead
of the executive board of the Empire
Protective Association, drove the car,
which was received with a tumult of
cheers. Flags were tied on it and
upon the horses' beads, and a broom
waa thrown npon the roof from a win
dow on Grand street Two mounted
policemen rode ahead and cleared the
AFTEB TBI STRIKE.
After the strike bad ended many of
ih. Hmnklvn drivAra and conitnctore
presented tbemeelvea at the office ofl
Mr. Richardson in the city, but tuai
gentleman thought it cot worth while
to atart until to-monow. Theobstruc
tlons placed upon the tracks were re
moved, bo sever, during the afternoon,
and about 5 o'clock tbe Fifth and
Seventh avenue rare began running.
They were followed before 0 o'clock
by the cars cf all the other lines, and
to-night tbe street car travel o! Brook
lyn is restored to its ordinary condi
tion. THE 1EXAS PACIFIC STRIKE.
Eaernilva fommltt mt h K. or
la. IB JCMleSB ! Ml. I.OU.
St. Louis, Mo., March 5. Tbe Ex
ecntlva Committee of five. Kuights of
Labor. Aawmblv No. 101. bave been.
holding daily meetings at Hotel
Biown, in this city, for roma time
past, but were not in session there last
night. J. J. McGarry, judge advocate
of the assembly, baa been with the
Executive Committee at nearly ll the
mettings. While all the proceedings
were beld with closed doors, it is
known, nevettheltss, tbat tbe threat
ened Gould system strike was the
theme discuFsed. It was currently re
ported at a late hour last night tuat a
cipher dispatch had been received
Irom Marshall, lex., directing me
men at St. Louis to be ready ti turn
ont at a moment s notice, ana tne sig
nal fjr the extension of the strike to
this end of the line was generally ex
pected. When the Grievance com-
. i . . 1 1 .1 .
mil tee auiourneu last nigui winy wero
Kill waiting for order, and the ques
tion continu'B to hsng in the balance.
Thai Missouri Pacific Hailroad Uora-
ranv this morning rescinded its order,
Issued recently, declining to contract
for the transportation ol perisnaDie
property and live ttock. This action,
it is said, ties been taken because tho
company fears no delay to its trains
or accident to its property on account
of the Kniifhta of Labor strike iu
Texas. This order, however, does not
affect the Te xas rucifio lallrcad.
A brief dispatch from Denlson, lex.,
ruvs: The Kn etitsol Lanor empioveu
in the Missouri Pacific railroad yards
at tbia puce refuse to handle any
freight destined for points on the Tex
as and Pacific road. They cUim to
have received oiderr, to tbat effect.
The Mluntlou nnlln.
Dallas. Tiv . March 6. Tbeitrike
on the Texts Pacific road at this point
has thus far had no appreciable etlect
on business. The attempts made by
t ieCit aenb' Committee at Mars Hall
totfit'eta stttlement by arbitiation
have completely failed. Tbe three
days allowed by Receivers Brown and
Bhadon fjr the strikers to resume
work ex nired vesterdav. and tbe re'
ceivera bave prepared a circular which
will be issued to-aay uouiying tne
men who refused to return to work
that they are no longer in the employ
of the company and warning tbe
etrikers not to congregate about the
s'a'ion warehouses trying to intimi
date those who are willing to work
The circular says that if the men per
sist in mcli intimidation the receivers
will avk help from tbe United btif.es
Ready lo Walk Ont at Hetliilln.
ffuiuUA. Mo., March 5. There is
nothing talked of among citizens of
tkis city but the impending strike.
Conflicting rumors are abioni, but
nothing derinite can bo learned as-to
when it will come. Prominent men
in labor omaaizitions express them
selves as confident that a strike will
be ordered suou, and that it may come
at anv moment. Tbe railroad com
pany has ordered all freight fitpped
noina- south, and are evidently pre
paring for a ttruggle. At the shops
all is (inicit, but the men say they are
ready t j lay down their t wis and walk
out when the order comes, ine
Knights of Labor here evidently feel
t hat it will be a hard tight. Martin
Irons, chairman of the Executive
Board of Dibt.iit Assembly No. 101
is now in Texas looking after tbe in
terests of the raen. Latest dispa'ches
from him show no improvement in
the coadit'on of all'irs there. In au
interview list eveuing, one of tho
members of the oriiaoixition in tiro
city raid there was no doubt that a
strike would be ordered, and that be
expects! a notice at any niiiiut ). He
said: "We do net want to strike, but
it is forced upon us. Tin men here
wil' go out to a man. and the shops
will be closed." This seems to be ths
general (foling among the iCnights of
Labor, and wliilo they depbre the ne
cessity for a strike, they are ready to
obey the calU
The lleyeoll at Deaoto, no.
. Dksoto, Mo., March 5. A general
order bv the Executive Board of the
Knights of Labor of the Gould South
west system has been issued boycott
ing all Texas and Pacific and New Or
leans and Pacific cars on account cf
the troubles at Fort Worth, and the
order waa put into effect here. No
T.olence or intimidation is used, but
as tbe crs come in, the train men are
requested not to bundle them further
and the request is immediately co u
plied with, and they are side-tracked.
Tbe Troable at Galventea.
Galveston, Tkx. March 5. The
anticipated labor difficulties here have
undergone no active development up
to noon. The represent itlves of the
Missouri Pa litis, 8 uthern Pacific,
Texas Pacific, Texas Central and the
officials of the Gulf, Colorado and
Santa Fe were waited upon by a com
mittee cf the Knights of Labor and
were noi (led not to haul, handle or
move freight consigned to or from the
Mai lory Company, or freight for any of
the wholesale bouses of Galveston, as
the latter had refund to observe the
boycott against the Mallory Company.
This notice takes effect after to-day.
For this reason it is the general belief
among a large nuinberof the workmen
that there will be a strike this evening
or tomorrow morning. The cotton
presses, railroad and the business com
munity tenet-ally are greatly dirgutted
with the attitude and the course pur
sued by fie Knights cf Libor. There
is much talk about the inauguration tf
a boycott against them similar to that
started by tbe East Street Reaper
Works, Springfield, O. A great many
large business houses here txpreBi
their willingness to close np their
shops rather than to submit to the
dictation of the Knights. The situation
in Nrrth Texae, along the line of the
Tens Pacific railroad, is not materially
changed. Late dispatches say that
Judge Pardee's order to the receiver to
to call on the United States Marshal in
rase of obstruction, has had a marked
effect in clearing the yards of idle
strikers. The local assembly of the
Knights of Labor at Palestine, Tex.,
has issued a circular calling on every-
body that is friendly to the order to
boycott the Texaa Pacific Compmy.
Tae illaatiaa as (he BeTermlek
Chicago, III., March 5 Tbe force
of policemen on doty at McCormick's
reaper works was greatly reduced this
morning, about half the uniformed
officers having been sent to their
beats. Tbe fore in citizen's clothes
baa been nearly doubled, and the
atreet corners for blocks around will
be closely watched. Altogether there
are now about ISO officers on duty, of
whom luu are in citizen s clothes. At
8 o'clock this morning nearly 700 men
naa passed through the "bis sate.
and it is estimated tbat ever 200
crossed the ice and entered tbe factory
from the rear. It is safe to say tbat
by noon fully 1000 men will be at
work. Last nlKbt a meetinc was held
at Workincraen'a Hall. It was large
ly attended, but a great part oi tbe au
dience consisted of outsiderr, sympa
thizers with the strikers, some cf
those who were at work in the fac
tory yesterday, and came in again this
morning, merely attending the meet
ing to see what was going on. Great
diwatit fiction was expressed with the
course pursued by Mr. Mcuor-
mick in refusing to having any
thing t) do with tbe committee
who presented tbe resolution yester
day afternoon. It was decided not to
bold any more meetings, but to turn
the whole affair over to District 67,
Knights of Labsr. which wil) pass on
lrl and then turn it over to tbe Gen
eral A'sembl v. The committee which
is always in session in a room on Blue
Island avenue, claims mates toon as
the General Assembly acta upon the
affair it will be impossible for the
company to ship a sinule machine, Is
the switchmen and engineers will re
fuse to haul a car for tbe McCormick
company if ordered to do so by the
Knights ol LSI) or.
Labor Orft-anlaailoa at firlatflll.
r-'rniNoKiKLD, O., March 5. The
cnmmiitae representing tbe difurent
Knights of Labor organizations in the
city held a meeting this forenoon for
the purpose oi organizing an nxecu'
live Board. To this boaid will be re
ferred all auett'ons bearing on the sit
nation. Ttie men understand from
the interview with Mr. Whiteley.pub
lished yesterday, that arbitration Is
out of the question, and while noth
imrissaid.it is very probable that a
boycott will be ordered. Tbe trains
are watched for incoming workmen,
but few have arrived. There is pel
feet order and no indications cf vio
lence; the counsel cf the men is
against it. No more men a c out, and
all the shops in tbe city, except the
Whiteleys, are in sympathy with the
The Mallorj Boycott.
Galveston. Tex.. March 5. The
meetinsof the local trades assembles
adjourned after midnight last night, it
was determined mat tne waiiory dot
cott should be immediately enforced
sgnlntt the Gulf, Colorado and Santa
Fe and toe Missouri i'acilla railroads.
An order will at once be issued that
every Knight of Labor working on
eithtrof theBe lines must refuse t)
handle freight consigned to orfiom
the Mallory Company. This will
bring matters to a crils, as these
roads will be compelhd to discharge
the men who refuse to baud'e tho
boycotted freinht, and then a gn
erul strike will piobably follow.
Ihe Nllnnlloa at Nnnllroke Ilrcoiu-
Wilkksiiarbr, Pa., March 5. The
situation at Nantlcoke is LecomiDg
critical. Last week the officers of the
SuFq'iehannn Coal Company resolved
to abandon the work ot rescue and to
leave forever entombed the twenty-six
men and boys who met their death at
ro. 1 elope on .December istn lait
Against, tbis decision the miners of
Wyoming Valley rebelled, and in
order to give expression to their feel-
lnus about HUD ol them Horn JNanti
coke, Ashley, Wilkesbarre and other
places held a meeting at Nauiicoke
last night. It was finally decided to
send a committee to buperintendent
Morgan to-day and demand that tbe
work of rescue be continued. A roso
lu'ion was offered that all miners and
laborers in the employ of the com'
pany stop work and refuse to enter
the mines until the work cf recover
ing the bodies is recommenced, and
was adopted without a murmur ot die-
St. Joseph, Mo , March 5. A con
vention ot coal miners and mine
operators was culled to order at
o cio'kp.m. yesterday afternoon iu
the Knights r f Labor Hall. Delegates
were prc.ent from tho Ma'es of .Mis
souri, Iowa. Kansas and Colorado.
permanent organization will be
effected tc-day, which will form a put
cf the National Coal Miners redera
tion, and is to be knewn as the Fourth
District of the National federation
Mine operators as well as miners will
be permitted to join the organization
in order to prevent strikes and to
establish a unifjrm scale ot pricos
which will be bur It all patties,
There are aSout 42,600 coil miners
interested in this movement.
The Daeber Walrb. Com pun jr
Philadelphia, Pa., March 5. The
differences between the Knights of La
bor and the Doeber Watch Case Com
pany, at Newpott Ky., reached a final
settlement yesterday, wnen Jonn U
Dueber, president of the company,
nut the General Executive Board ol
ths Knights of Labor, which is now in
session in this c'ty. Articles werj
signed by both parties in which it
agreed tbat the boycott npon the
watch cases manufactured by the com
pany is to be removed, the former cm'
ployes of t he company to be rein
stated and in the future no discrirui
cation will be exercised by tbe com
pany against the Kuights of Labor.
is also stipulated tbat children under
fifteen years of age shall not be em'
ployed in the factory.
An Iiumornl Rperrlt an an Immoral
New York, March 5. The&utieave
Senator Mitchell cf Oregon has made
an immoral speech iu defense of his
immoral bill to abrogate all treaties
with China so far as they permit the
coming of Chinese to the United
States. The speech and the bill ara
agiutt the public morals because they
propose, with only a feeble assumption
ol technical rights, to repudiate obi
cations into which we have deliber
ately entered with a friendly power.
Treaties bind nations as contracts bind
individuals; and the Burlingame
treaty was concluded at our own in
stance, when we thought its provis
ions would be to our advantage, and
was bailed as a triumph of American
dinlonacv. Such shameless pronosa'
as that which Senator Mitchell makes
in the Senate of the United States, and
which receives the support of part of
the newspaper press of the Pacific
co tst, are unpleasant to heir and hu-
militating to consider.
APPEAL SATURDAY, MARCH 0, 1880.
HOUSE AT WORK ON
Bills Tassel by the Keuato Jadire
Trimble's Successor Nominated
sriCTAL TO TBI ArriiL.I
Jacksoh. Mirs.. March b. Senate.
Bills passed last night: To exempt
crippled Confederate soldiers and
others from privilege tax for peddling.
House bills passed : or tne Deiter
protection of Ship Island harbor and
the roadstead of came in Harrison
countv ; t) amend the law prohibiting
stock from running at large in Lee
and Prentiss counties.
Bills introduced and referred lait
By Mr. Dodds: Relating to the com
petency of witnesBca.
By Mr. Hamilton of Holmes: For
the relief cf John D. Wallace of
By Mr. Brenbam: To amend the
charter of Natchez.
By Mr. Bstcbelor: To Incorporate
tbe Lagree Cotton-Gathering Com
pany. Bills passed to-day: Authorizing
boards of supervisors to purchase
mir-sing Stats reports for their
count;es ; to amend tbe Mississippi aud
Tennessee railtoid charter; to amend
the code so as to take on submission
aud decide taases in vacation ; fit the
relief of certain physiciaos; ti pre
vent trespasses on lands and timber;
amending the an as to the selection of
grand jurors; emending charter of
Brock haven, as t property escaping
taxation ; to amend tbe law as to notice
to absent or non-resident defendants
in the enforcement of mechanics
liens befoie justices of the peace; giv
ing statutes and reports to the district
Court of the Eastern Division of the
Northern Judicial District; authoriz
ing compromise of a certain Judgment
in favor of the State and Sharkey
county; to amend cba'tsr of Otiyka:
It incorporate the Mississippi and
Louisiara Bridgs and Ktilroad Com-
Jiany of Natchtz, Miss.; to amend tbe
aw relating to the appointment of
constitutional ollicers; to require tele
graph companies to deliver messages
within a reasonable time; to incorpo
rate Gibson High School.
Bills passed : In relation to public
revenue affecting Smith county; pio
hibiting the tale of liquors at Prairie
Bills introduced and referred to-day:
By Mr. Roes: Amending charter of
By Mr, Gavlcs: To amend section
839 of tho code, so as to make the same
apply to traveling missionaries and
By Mr. Houston : Repealing section
2 of an act to regulate the f a'e of ole
omargarine; tj regulate tbe Bale of
seed-cotton ; to amend code in relation
to service of piocess upon infants; to
prohibit secret liens; to repeal section
1812 of the code in relation to motion
docket and entries in the Chancery
Court; to amend the code in relation
to tbe issne dojkut and entries in the
Gov. iowry to-day Eominatod, and
the Seriate confirmed, Mai. J. H.
Wvnn of Coahoma county as Circuit
Judge of the Fourth Judical District,
vice tbe lion. B. r. irimble, retired.
The HouBe whs in committee of
the whnla on the general oppropria
tion bill during last night s, this morn
ing's and afternoon's sessions.
E 1 HUE .1031 !
UK BKIJi CANCER.
For favon venre I mffjred with a cancer on
my lace. All the eimple remediea were ap
plied to alleviate tbe pain, but the plane
centinued to (row. finally extending into
my note, from which came a yellowish dia
oliarc, very offeniive in character. It wai
alao inflamed, end annoyed me a great deal.
About eiuht months aao I wai in Atlanta, at
the bouao of a friend, who so strongly rec
ommended the use of bwi t bpecino tnat I
determined to make an effoitto procure it.
In thin I wai sucaeiBful. and boeun its ue.
The influence of the medicine at fint was to
lomewhat ajrsravate the lore; but roon the
Inflammation wasallaved. and 1 beaan to iuv
prove after the first few bottles. My general
health has greatly improved. I am stronger,
and able to do any kind of work. The can
enr on my face bevan to decrease and the
ulcer to heal, until there is not a vestue of
it lell only a little s'ar marKi tne place
whore it had been. I nm ready to answer
all gueitlons relntive to this cure.
mhs. Jon'K a. Mcdonald.
Atlnnta, Ga., Auguit 11, lS8o.
I have had a cancer on my face for some
yours, e.Ttonutng from one c uoek bone acrors
the nose to tho other. It has given me a
irrent deal of pain, at times burning and
itching to tuch an eitent that it was almoet
unbearahle. I -oiumenccd using Swift's Sne
pi (ia in My, ls-6, and havo used eight bot
tle". It has given the grei'.tost relief by re
moving the inflammation and reatoricg my
goncrat health. W. BARNES.
Knoxvillo, Iowa, Eept. 8, 1885.
Fermnny years I was a MitTnrer with can
cer of the nose, and having been cured by
Ihe urn of S. 8. K-j I feel conmrnined by a
leeae of duty to auflering humanity to make
thin statement of my case. With the four
teenth bottle the canter began to heal rap
idly and aoon diAanneared. and for several
months thore hs been no appenranoe of a
lore of any kind on my nose or face.
it my noae at all tenaer to the touch.
have taken about two do7.cn bottle! of S. 8. S.
1 am eounilly cured, and 1 know that o o.. n.
effected Ihe cure after every known remedy
was tried and had failed.
Fort Gaines, Ga., May 1, 1885.
I had heard of the wonderful eurei of
Swilt's Specific, and reolved to try It. I
commenced taking it in April, 18H4 My
general health was much improved but the
cancer which was in my breat continued to
grow slowly but aurely. The bunch grew
and became quite heavy. I felt that I mnat
eithrr have it cuter die. Hut it commenced
discharging quantities of almost black,
thick blood. It continued healing around
the edgea until February, when it was en
tirely healed up and well.
Cochetett, Plymouth Co., Mass., July 13,
Swift'i Specific ia entirely vegetable, and
tenia to oure cancers by forcing out the its
puritieafrom the blood.
Trealite on Blood an d Skin Dtaenaea mailed
t'rawer S, Atlanta, Ga. New York, 157 W.
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Bew.papera and estimatea o the ocatof ad
Tertiaing. The advertiser who want to apend
one dollar, findt in it the information he re
quirea, while for him who will invest one
hot drod thousand dollars in advertiaing, a
a 'hen e is indicated which will meet bis
every requi;emeQt, or can be made to do so
by alight chana- easily arrived at by corre
spon lence. One hundred and fifty-three
edition! bave been ieaued. Sent, poalpaid,
to any addroaamr ten ceoa. Anply to UKO.
P. HOWKLIi k Ct.. KKWSPAFtri AD
VEKTISI.M1 BUKKAU.lipruoeat. (Print
ing lioiiia Square , Kew 1 ork
-"- ce wbo waa deaf twenty-eight yeat
'ir.afoil lit nml nf the noted iDeeialtate ol
the d y with lo benefit. Ci'aao manna in
three months, an I iinoe then hundreds of
others by "ine iirooeaa. plain, aimpleand
incceaaful home treatment. ddrsa T. o.
PAUo, US bastlkHu bt..Ns Tork C.ly .
A. TACCARO & Co
WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS,
WOS. 78 AMD 280 PROMT STREET, MEMPHIS.
GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS
And Commission F.lerchants,
gQO and ggg Front St.. MemphU. Teaa.
J. T. FAROON.-jTaThUNX. 7c. 0. HBI5. B. a7pARKBh7"k. L. WOODS0M
J. T. FARGASON & CO.
YIiGlesale Grocers & Cotton Factors,
2S9 Front Street, IlempMa, Tenia.
Cotton eonilgned to ni will hare our careful
Staple & Fancy Groceries, Vinea, Liquorsjobacco & Cigars
LARGEST BKEWERY IN AMERICA.
Jos, Schlitz Brewing Gompanv,
XI IT'M'DTf TQ HT? A TsTrtTT "d Boltlln Work, S 10 tJnlv
S. ROESCEttR. Agent, Memphis, Tenn.
fcialea la 1883, S90.OOO Bnrrls.,...SHlM ef Momplils Braucb, 100,000 Una:
naiee lit in4.
a. D. HERBERS.
GROCERS & LIQUOR DEALERS
33SAND ;310 FRONT STIIEET, BIEMPIIIS.
Field Peas VtTa.ntod.
AT CRAIG'S SEED STORE,
Farming Tools, Grass Seed, Garden Seed, Onion
CORN AKD COTTON PLANTERS.
R, G. CRAIG & CO., MEMPHIS.
, L. MoGOWAM.
VhoIesale Grocers, Cotton Factors,
And Dealers In Leree and Railroad Supplies,
No. 274 Front Street,
Newlv Constructed and Elaborately Furnished, Con
taizting 225 Large and Elegant Rooms.
"The Home has Perfeet Ventilation and Natural Light, Steam-heating, Eleotrie Belli,
and two 01 Dalo'i Eleratora. All street-cari pass Main itreet entrance.
KATE! 8a. BO lo 94 per day, acoording to iise and elevation of roomi. Special
rat.s to Commerctnl Travelera. Ahnndant aurrtT of P1THK CISTERN ASP WELL WAT KH
AW sVSD riXaiSfhMVLU KATT'TAKD.
Doors, Sash. Blinds, Molding, Lumber,
Lath and Shingles, Flooring, Ceiling' and Cedar Posts.
JOHN RE ID.
376-378-380-382-384-3S6 isecond street, south ot Oayoso.
Doors, Sash, Blinds. Flooring, Ceiling, Siding, Shingles,
MnnMlnc. I.ai. Wwr Poaf awl flcwcte.
P. 8AUSSEJJ THALER,
Pilsener Beer in
Only Pure ehrjstal Well Water Used for Brewing Purposes.
W. Corner Butler and Tennessee Ste
P. a. ALSTOH.
ALSTON, CROWELL & CO,
Xnd Commission Merchants. Ifcr, Cor Oats, Bran, Chop Feed, OQ-Xeal,
LI , temcnt. Plaster, Building- and Fire Brick, Etc
Cor. Front and Union, 1 Howard's Kotv, Memphis.
W carry at all times a well-
J. S. MoTIGHB. W.
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VI bUVVHt. (X bU
a. K. Li K.
XjH3ES &5 CO.
Setyj And Tren-
OF IHI t,'aSl..alKAT.i
Kegs and Bottles.
Tr oe,lTrrS JKrtrr Juife lt.-e
H. H. HAVBT.
No. 6434, R. D. Oimoery Court oi Shelby.
eotu.tr State of Teaneuee fur iuowa tu,
etc., tk. Catherine 11 or r an et al.
BY virtue of an interlocutory decree lor
ale entered in tbe abote ratue on tbe
24th das t Deoemb-r, libi, M. B. 60, paae
5u6, 1 will fell t public anatmn, to the hiro
t bidder, ia front o the Clerk and Muter'!
office, courthoaee ot btte bj count, Men
phii, Tenn., on
Batarday, March , 1HM,
within leral hoart, the follewinc deieribeeV
prci erty, iituaud in Bhelbj oeaat j, Tennee
Lot 16. block 10, P W Bmith'f lubdm
iinn. IKU hi UD feet on the aide of Or
leans itreet, eonthwo't oornerof alley n rthr
of H. Paul itreet. Sold al property of M.
Lot W, block 16, eaat tide ef Third itreet,.
50 feet eoiith of Geoiria itreet, 24 by llJJv
feet, bold ai property ol lbomai aacie.
Lot 3U. block 16. eaat aide of Third itreet.
10th ward, 24 by 11 iW feet, tbe nortb line be-
inf 74 feet touin oi ueoraia itfeet. coiu ae
property of 1 homaa Nale
Lot IK, block 1, frontin 24 feet on tbe eat
iide of Water itreet, Port I'ickerioi, and
lunnina back 60 feet. Sold aa property ol
the Oriental Powder Co.
Lot li. roll lueaiTuien, u oy i.uieemn -
louth aide of Georgia atreet, the west line be
ing 360 feet eaat of urieana eireee.
..AHrii nt .1 W Pnrnall.
Lot 40, block 11. east side of Second street,
24 by 100 feet, 96 feet north of Alabama
street, 10th ward.
Lot 41, block 11, ea-1 lido of Second street,
24 by 100. 72 feet north of Alabama.
Lot 42, block II. eaat aid ef beeond street, .
24 by 100 feet, 10th ward. ...
Lot 43, block 11, east sideef Second street,
24 by 101 feet. . , . .
Lot 44, block 11, east side of Secend atreet,
24 by 100 feet. Sold as property of Samuel
Lot 22. block 17, north lido of Carolina
Itreet, by 100 feet. M) feet east of Fourth
itreet. Sold as property of Thomas Nelson.
Lot 21, block 17, north aide of Car linav
slreet, 2n by 100 laet, 7ft feet east of Fourth
itreet. Sold as property ol Thomas Melton.
Lot 2fi, block 14, south tide of Broadway.
2-i by 170 leet, 25 feet east oi alley east of
Third atreet, loth ward. ...
Termed Sale On a credit ef six monthi;.
note with security beariHginterebtrequireds
lien retained, redemption barred. This 1 eb
ruarv 1, 18H0.
S. I. McDOWELL, Clerk and Maater
By J. M. Bradley. Denaty Clerk k Master.
F. 11 A C. W. Hoi.keU.rblioitora.
UKDKR and by virtue .1 two trnat AetAt
executed by D. L. tenia on and H. C.
lamtaon to the nnderaigned aa truateea, oa
January 4. 1H84, and May 11. 1SHS, reatei-t-ive'y,
and duly recorded in the oflice of tbe
Clerk ol tbe Circuit Court of Miasiaaippi
county. Ark., in Record Hook 12, pages t-'i,
etc, and Record Book of Trust Deede, Tol.
A, agea275, etc., dolault in tbe payment of
tbe indebtedneaa thereby aeoured having
been iLade, at the request of the beneficiaries
therein, we will, as such trnateei, on
Wed n pad ay, March 10, 1SS6,
at the storehouae upon tbe plantation known
as "Noilooa," in Misaiaaii pi eounty, Ark.,
and being on the Miaei-aippi rivor, proceed
to aell to the hlghe-t biJ Jor, lor caab, the
following peraonal prDperty, to-wlt: tour
4-borae wagona, eight two-hor,e wagona,
seventy-one muloa, six lata wagon harness.
seven sets hanos. one sti-norae power en
gine and boiler, two bU-saw Milburn double
roller gins and gin stands, two feeders and
oondenaera, one Coalman cettoa preaa, on.
griet-uiill with appurtcnancea, belting,
shaltini and pulleys, three boraea, two .
oolta, one inule coit, f ur marea, four sets of
gear; alan. .11 plows, sorapera, h' oa, aei
an1 ail other farming nlonaili and imple
ments; and alsi, all cattlo, stock hogs and
other mulea and atork, and all cropaof corn,
cotton, cotton-aced. nay, loddor and olber
products now on or Deiongngi m punn
tiona known as "Nodoua," the "Kllie
place" and the "Lanier place" in said
county, run and operated by said Forgueon
A llauipaon during tbe year 1885. And
under aaid deed, on
Natardar, Mttrch HO, IHHS,
in front of the court-home door in Oaoeo!.,
Miasiaaiupi county, Ark., we will sell to the
bight rt bidder, lor caab. tbe following de
scribed real estate, namely, all being in aaid
county and State: Xbe plantation known
aa the "Kllia place" at ierg'son A llnmp
son's Landing in Bond i, Miaaiasippi river,
and deacribed aa follows; W feo. IS, Sl
ores out of E sec. 'H and part W U lee.
!i4, U H of see. 2i, and li K W sec. 25, in
townebip II nortn, range iu pa a. aibo, nn
H aec. i, 160 acres, W NK X tea. 11, 71
acres, in township 11 north, range 10 east:
and the 8 fr oi NW fr aec. M (aouth of
Little river) in township 13 north range 8
eaat, containing 8J7 acrca. A I: e, h Ir of
bE fr H eo. 2:t.(eaat of hnyoo), township 15
north, range 10 cast, S W acres. Also, th.
N fr J4 of aeo 10 (we t of i.y Lako) contain
ing 20-103 of an acre; andtln SE HofJiVV
Vi of sec. 15, both in townsniit 11 north,
range 10 eaat, the laat deacribed containing
Haid aales will begin at tbe time and place
stated, and will continue from day to day '
until completed. All riabts of redomi tion
and exemption! are waived. Pule absolute.
Terms cash. 1). H. rOSTON.
V. V. PdSTON.
No. 5337.5383,' R. D. Chancery Court of'
cihelby county State nt Tenneaaee TS.
Samuel Folwell etal.andFtank Lallyetal.
BY virtue of interlocutory decrees for
aale, entered in the above conanlidat'd
nauaea on the 4th day oi Jan narr. It, M. B.
51, page 6, and November 26, 18X,M. B. 59,
Ease 243, I will sell, at public action, to the
ighest bidder, in front ot the Clerk and
Maater 'a office, courthouse f Shelby oounty,
Memphis, Tenn., on
Nntardajr. March 13, tSSO,
within legal hours, tho following deacribed
property, situated in bbolby county, Tennes
see, to-wit: . , ....
Lot 1, bog'nning where the aouth aide of
the roa Jibed ol tho Louitrille aad Masbvill.
railroad croases the weat aide of the Big
Creek road; thence aouth 18!-, weatwith th.
weat aide of the B.g Creok rood 107H feet to
Concord street extended ; thence north iO
weat VM feet with Concord itreet; thence
north 10 eaat 105 feet to the aoutba'deof
aid railroad; thence 80uih7i east with th.
railroad 151 feet to the bejinning.
Lot 3, beginning on tbe north lido of the
Old Raleigh road at the junct on ol tho south
side of Concord atreet extended with the
north aide of the Raleigh road ; thonco aouth
64' west with ths north aide of the Kaleigh
road 312 leet to a stake; thence south (m
weat 132 (cet to a stake in the north aide of
the road ; thence north weat 372V4 feet to
Concord street; thenc. south 7 eut527;
feet to the beginning. ,
Lot 6, beginning at the mouth of Quail
bayou on the north line of Concord atreet
extended; thenc. south 79 eaat ltM'ifeetto
a stake on eaat bank of Quail bayou : thence
noith 104o east 163 feet to the aouth aide of
the railroad; thence north W weat with tbe
south side of the railroad 240 feet to the cast
bank of Bayou Uayoso; thenoe south 14 eaat
with the bayou )H1 feet to the beginning..
Lot 2, fronting 1pX feet on the north line of
Concord street extended 131 '4 teat weat of th.
Big Creek read, and running back to tbe
Louisville and Sashville railroad on which
it front. 200 foot. , ,,
Let 6, fronting W feet on the north line
of Concord street extended lfltH feet eaat of
bayou Uayoao, and runniog oack to thy
Louisville and Nashville Railroad, on which
it lronta 180 leet. .
Lot 4, beginning on the norti side John
ion avenue 14SV4 or 10 feet east of .lley east
of bayon Hayosoi thence .st . with . road
feet; thence north 23V W 372X feet to Con
cord atreet extended ; thence . westward with
the atreet to alley; thenoe 8 3 K to a point
150 leet from Johnson avenue; thence east
ward parallel with aaid avenue llS'-a feet;
theno. 623H" K 160fetto th. beginning.
Termaof tale Una ereditof an months;
note bearing interest with security required :
lien retained: redemption barred. This
FelS?irT McDOWELL, Clerk and Master.
By J. M. Bradley, Deputy Clerk A Matter.
V. H. A C. W. Heiakell, Sols. aat;
K t AL ESTATF.
So. 54nfi, R.D. Chancery Court of 8 elby
eounty Stat, of Tenneisee va. T B. Car
son et ai.
BY virtue of an inter'ocutory decree for
ale entered in th.. shore cause on tbe
4th day of January, lh6, M. U. 51, page 4, 1
will sell, at public auction, to the hightat
bidder, in front of the Clerk and Master's
oll.ee, courthouae of Shelby county, Mem
phis, Tenn., on
Hatnrdaay, March 13, lSe,
within legal hours, the following described
property, situated in bholby county, Ten
South half of lot 1, Frarer'e subdivision,
40 feet front by 150 f-et dop, on tbe weat
aide ol Lauderdale (treat SS feet north of
t raser atreet.
North half of lot 231 fren ing 371, feet
on th. weat aide of biith atreet, 37 feet
north1 ol Saffarani atreet, th ward, and
running back 14S feet. Sold as property of
Kmma and John Cacey.
Part ot eountry lot 4iS: SO feet front on
south aide of Auction street, east of and ad
joii ing bayou Uayoto, by a depth of ltufct.
Terma of Bale On a credit of tix mootha ;
not. with eecurity bearing interest required ;
lien retained; redemption bar ed. Ibia
February 17, issfi.
8. I MCDOW ELL. Clerk aad Master.
By J. M. Bradley, Deputy Ol.rk A Master.
F.U.AC. W.Heiakell, Sola. tat