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HOPES OF A SETTLE3IEAT.
TOE H9Vl.lt STBIIE
Bttlir Feeling- rrIHiig in Texas
-Rraai Kkter TTorkmin Tow
4tj at KaBBasll.j.
Pt. Lewis, Mo , March 1. The g'n
era! irnprefsion irea Is tbia inornirg
in railroad circle tbat tbe Gou'ii
atrike is marinR an end. ltie rrsump
tion in this city ol suburban paee ra
rer traffic, without any inturiarence
from the urikers, is looked upon ai a
boprful sign, and the partial re-reiab-lishmeot
ol foreign trallic at other
point ia regarded in the same light
The Kb'rLU ol Labor are jubilant
ovrr tbe determination of T. V. Pow
derly, ttanersl Mailer Workman of tbe
Knighte of Labor, to confer with the
dtesatii(4 Gonld Knight, and they
xnrets confidence tbat hia efforU to
ward a eat Uement of the difficulties
will rwnlt saecessfully and in their
UTor. This, together with the an
ttnancement that Keceiwer Sheldon of
the Tsaae radio railroad, baa agreed
te tabaait the qaettioa ni the jnt
tfoe ef the discharge el Hall at Mir
ball, Tex, to arbltraUon, warranto
the belli I tUt the strike is nearing an
and. Tbe early sabnrban trains de
parts time this moralDg, and the
aonaaay expect no more oppoeilioa
to the raonlng of these tiaiaa. Ko at
tempt been made as yet to-day to
tart aat any freight. Everything is
ale at the dllTrent yards, and al
(ioai small gionps of striken are
tathrrea tegether Just onteide, it is
ealrfently bettered that the Knights
will eeatiune their qolet demtanor.
. SWTTCBiini ST1SL AT W0H1.
i Details tbe fact tbat tbe official of
the railroads centering in East 8i
Loais at their me line yesterday de
cided to pot accept the demimliot
the dissatisfied switchmen and yard
men, the men in the yards at tbat
rilace are at work as ntnal this morn
ng, ne strike having bem ordered.
BBTTwa WILING rRlvllMMO AT NEW
A spatial from New Orleans to the
Jo Dikh lays: The freight trains
over toe Mew Orleans division of tbe
Texas and Pacific railroad are now
running on schedule time, a remit of
tbe conference yetterday between
Receiver Kbeldoo and the striking
Knights ol Labor. Mr. Bneldon rays
that the attempt at a te'.tlement of tbe
dlfficaltl s will not be in the form of
arbitration, but that an effort will be
made to Induce Hall to lay his
grievance before the United States
tbuil ander the control of which the
Texas and Pacific railroad now is.
and that the judge of that court shall
decide a to tbe justness of hi dis
charge. Both tbe Knights of Labor
and the i Biolals of the company have
agreed ii abide by tbe court's de-
-ill ' " ., n.i.ii... tlu
morning are quiet aud railway busl
nees is movirg as nsual.
Mr. Sheldon said, at 1:40 o'clock
this afternoon, that lie (onsidsred the
strike oa a lair way to its end. The
receivers, he says, Will not arbitia'e;
bnt if UH lu'iuiits hs caee to the
court, aid the judge should decide
that IUI1 was discharged without suf
ficient cause, then the reoeivers will
reinstate him. If, after this, the strik
ers will Dot return to work, then the
company will proceed with the protec
tion of tbe court to carry on Its busi
ness, ' If tbe strikers will submit to the
judge's decision If it should be advene
to there, tben, of course, tbe strike
will end. All trains, both passenger
and freigbt, on this division of tbe
Texas and Paoifio railroad, are run
ning oa their regular schedule time.
Glvtmtoh, Tsx., March 18. A spe
cial dispatch fionn Greenville lo the
Arw (: The Knights of Labor or-
SSLisdalodgs bore Sundty night,
nt only noe railroad man joined the
organis ition. Tbe cltissna snd rail
road, e np'nyci at this p Jot seem ti
indQre Vie action of (hs railroad i ffl
olala. Tlia bnainesa mea j tned in a
t -l-'sram to Vice-President Hoxie yes
terday, commending his firm ittnd
agnimt what t'lfy ttrm "urganitd
wr.r.g loiatlon and anarchy." Ttity
say : 'Te believe the time has come
wbeii tue Legislature thauld be i a led
in extra ssion aud such legislation
had ilt make it a felony to Inttr
fete with, or block the transportation
Netting but through pasBengii'
tr.ina aie iriiving on the Misaouii
Pauifle road here. The merchant,
however, are In very good shaps, and
can apply tbelr customers for a
month yeU '
.Tbe Birth la Teaaa la rlr Way
'Niw YotK, March 18 A Umild
special from New Orleans says: Tbe
strike on the Texai and Pacific rail
road aid other railroads of the Goul i
SouihW'i'MB system is in a Uir nay
its sett ement at last by the .arbitra
tion ol tbe UoUd ISutee Circuit Coo it
in the cae of Uall, the workingman
disckasd at Mantball. This was the
cause if the strike, the employes In
sisting that Hall ai discharged be
cause be was a Knight of Labor, snd
the receivers holding that the dis
charge was tuad for Incompetency.
Yesterday a dtlegation of tbelnial
Knisbt 4 1 Latior rull d upon Kecelv r
Hheldea at his office in this city snd
had a salislectory interview. Tbe
delesa'i in said ti the receiver U a', ttie
diecbargeif Hall as tbe sole cause
ol the t 0 ible. aud tnq'ilrea II tome
p'ao could nnt be adopted by which
the cause i f the discharge could be
ascertained and the whole quett on
sctt'ed by arbitration. Mr. Hheld in
replied tbat the receivers had no In-
tentioo o do iriu-tie to H 11 and
were wit log to aubmit the question if
-his discharge to the United otjs
Court in tits city, tbe judge to hear
the evidence aid decide the rae.
The ptopoiltion was adoptsd by the
crmmiUee of the Knigbta of Labor,
who, on their part, promist d not to
icteifere witi freight trains pending
the negotiations, and to araibt in prt--DAxina'
passenger trains fr service.
The Uuiied Kates Marshal and bia
depntiee, hs have been in possession
of the r. a i' property at Gouldeboto
since Tne 6y morning, were with
aWavrrv tt ooce, and yesterday afu-r-wooaWe
running of freiiiht trains wss
jrewp9$s A committee from tbe
i-vBaJJlaltelp h ra prenarn bisc e
ifiW64'l) cf the iudire,
"Maraa-'HQtikyttMBi is that ibe ttr k is
oflBW-Trvtwfcrfthiiigh orre cavs
F kSmiv elfiiBe Jhi f ire a full egn-einei t is
ireacJR IJ ing'shel!vfd trattie
' 'a,fli;a'Oliiie nuustate-
whom tfie?CIjry etlnnaa
. peered to be pow- , j
own might. The attituh . .
nl of late vears, the difficulty
lecting ronts, and the general depres
sion of trade have driven many cf the
Innd-owners to mortgage their estat.is
to keep up the show required by
"their position." The reduction of
their rentals from the last land act,
and the subsequent low prices of agri
( ultnral produce, diabled them from
to-day, ia expected to result in some
decisive action, either toward settle
ment of the strike or ordering out the
Knigbta on other roads. All efforts
by reporters to interview Mr. Powder
ly hava as yt been unavailing.
LaUr. There taibeen considerable
secret eounciling op to 3 o'clock to
day, but noihirig can be learned of ita
nature. The current t!k among the j
strikers Is to the effect tbat the strike
will end within two days. -Z
Mr. Powderly, when seen by an As
f ociated Press represen'a'.ive this even
ing, expressed a willingness to fcive
tbe public rny information in his p"S
sef b ods, so far as the Interests of Ms
mission, lie wou!d, be ra il, prooauiy
be sble to speak more drfiniUsly later
in the evening regarding the proceeding-
of to-day. Replying to qnes'iors,
Mr. Powderly said: "I bad a desire to
come upon the ground and learn the
true Inwardness of the striks and av
certain exactly the sitnation, as 1 could
not do it at a distance of over 1000
miles. At tbe same time I received a
request from tbe local orders of
Knights to join them here in confer
ence and endeavor to secure a settle
ment of the matters at iesne between
the railroad officials and thamselves.
We bava spent the day in consulta
tion, but I rannot yet speak as to the
result ef our deliberations."
"Will yon state whether yon hsva
opened commonlcation with tbe Mia
aoarl Pacific officials?"
"I have not, but I am fro to say
tbat I intend te seek a conference to
morrow with Mr. JJojtle, and expect
to leave to-morrow night for fit, Louis
If a meeting ean be arranged."
"Tben any settlement which might
be made would bo arranged at bit.
"Yes, it probably would."
"Why wss Kansas City selected as
the place for the conference of tbe
various aseemblies to-day T"
"I cannot say. I am not aware of
any significance Intfre selection."
Columbus, O, Maich 18. Street
rarson none of the lines came out
this morning, pending the conference
for tbe settlement of wsges which has
been in progress for two days. Tbe
consolidatsd company last night
agreed to increase waxes from 5 to 20
cents, which was not accepted. Tbe
emp'oyesask an increase of from '5
to t0 cents per day and forty minutes
Mew Verb loak-Mabcra aa a Strike.
Naw Yobk, March 18. All the
rlnak-makers o( the city, numbering
1600. are out on strike, They do not
ask lot increased wages, but merely
demand tbat the contract system be
abolished, so that they deal directly
with the Brm themselves.
ranamea Terriers of tbe Ceaatry.
To the Bdilora of tba Appeal i
I beg leave to call attention to the
cosmon carriers cf the country 1
mean express and railroad companies.
Hurry them up. 1 ordered a small
r ox of goods to be sent by express to
Wilihton, Tonn., about the middle of
December, 1XK, and on the first day
of February, after lung walling, anxie
ty and damage, I fonnd It at Romille,
about thirty riles from Memphis a
month and a half going thirty miles.
On the 1.-1 dv ol January, imnu, i
bought a sniull bill of gcoda in Mem
phie, and ordered them H hipped to
Howville. Memphis and Charleston
lailroa ', and after about a month or
more, thev came to nana mucn 10 rny
annoyance and privation for want of
Oa the 15th of March I took the
west-bound train at Grand Junction
at three o'clock p.m., M. U. railroirt,
for Rosevlllo. When the whia'.le
blowed for that place I fathered up
my baggage, aa I always do, and
made (or tbe door of the coich, doing
mv beat to set out: but the conductor
did not give me time, and while tbe
train was moving off, I was precipi
tated to the ground, about three leet
from the lowo&t step, and got a hard
fail, which inflicted a painful wound
in my left knee, and mined the beat
pair of pants I had. The conductor
didn't stop to inquire anything about
the ex ent ot tne injuries i naa re
ceived. It was an ugly and dangerous
fall, but I got up and went on my
way. I give there things ss items of
news. rieaBe i all attention to tnero u
you think proper to do so.
MiCos, Tsns.. Wnrch Itith, 1880.
Tbe f oltoa Rarhanae aad the t'ol-
To tha Editori of tha Appeal :
As a renular reader. I noticed a few
days sgo tbat the Ottton Exchange of
your city recommended the farmer to
plant less cotton and more corn. Now,
what mockery it thia I Your cotton
merchants, as I learn, constituta the
Cotton Exchange. It is for these mer
chants to ray individually whether
more or less cotton is to be planted.
They hold mortgages on almost the
entiie 'arming tntnrost around Mem
phis. Unfortunately the end of the
war left farmers with no capital but
land, which had to bo mortgaged to
ret stock and money to work the land.
The cotton merchant make tha farm
ers aivances in mules aud supplies,
but Is very careful to stipulate in tbe
mortgage contract that a lien, la upon
so many acres to be planted
In cotton. II the larmer should re
face to plant c t'on, then the mer
chant will not make advances. The
merchant makes his money, not on
the interest oolv. but on the "hand'
linr." aud unless he can handle the
cotton and give "general average" and
inteiett on it he will refuse to
loan. Then, is it cot ino:V
nrv fir the merchant', under
the hi ad of the "Cotton Exchange,"
to advise farmers to plant lees cotton.
Refuse to advance on cotton to be
raided and advance on horse, hog and
hominy, then tbe farmers may get out
ol debt anil tne country prosper,
So Dob L-xmey is to be our next
Governor. Old Haywood Democracy
is soil ) for him. From the way the
RDublicans talk of him, if Looney
tr the nomination it will be useless
to run any candidate against hire, ai
he will not only carry the entire Dem
orratio vote, but will draw from the
Ropublicans. s. U b.
Uaowxavru a, Tax., March 17, ISftl.
tarbod Wire aaarnrlureri.
On OAtio, li.i.., March IS. The
llurbed Wire Manufacturers' Associa
tion, composed of the licensees of tbe
Washburn A tfoen Company, held a
HMcial meeting yesterday at the hoiul
itinrtcrH of the association in this city.
Ninety-five per cent, of the Imrbed
wire manufacturers of the United
States, representing a total output of
1 0,(HX) tons of wire, were present, as
were also representatives of the plain
wire companies ami the jobbers. Tbe
meeting was harmonious, and upon
it conclusion the pledge to maintain
all agreement was signed iiuani-
ltiHjusly. 1 lure was a general ad-
rof 10 per cent made in the
VVire, and tl
pimuw.. ,,,theiied that it
, l a I- r''ice could be
quiok to discovei
lirin.Y thnilt Muifl. V b
we are aiun,.
this case: reclaim the Inoi-.
him a Uod f8aiing,elf-reepecting irhw
and a patriotic, law-abiding citiaen.
We have ouly to will and we shall
find a way.
TRAGEDY AT CIKMATI.
THE TEREIULE CRIME OF AX !
,A5E W03IA5. -
hbootine; IfTray at Helena, irk.
I he Urabam Jlnrd'-r fane
larioiAL to tbi jrniL.l
IIf.i.ka, Akk., Mimli l.t. Mr. J" l
Ilit'irins, jr., an c-xtennive planU-r on
lliltown ridge, Ixdow lli-lt-nn, on the
ru'lit I tlio Kitli liixt.. Ini.l a mult'
stolen from his stable. He came to i
the citv yesterday and had a warrant
issued airninst Clay Gray and Nora
Lynch, charging them with grand lar
ceny. An officer went to arrest them
and soon found Lynch and had started
to Helena with him when Gray was
seen approaching down tho road. The
man was halted and told to consider
himself under arrest, which he re
sponded to by drawing hia pistol and
oening fire on the officer, who soon
had bin pistol out and engaged in re
turning tbe compliment. Gray was
wounded, but made bis escape. This
is the third instance, quite recently,
that fugitive from justice have lieen
been fired on and wounded in this lo
treat 'Ubt at riae BlaflT, Ark.
Israelii, To rat arrsaL.1 -PfiiB
Bu-sr, Abk., March 18. Mr.
C. T. Monroe, editor of, the Redflold
Star, was last night struck down by a
tar-rifle blow of the fist of J. M.
White, and received other assault.
Later on he was again asnajilted in
front of O'Connell s saloon by Gip
Clark. Tho asHailaats wore arretted
aad fined $25 by the police judge,
Harrison, from which they appealed,
The Uefendanta declined to introduce
any testimony. Tbe difficulty origin
ated from editorials in the &nr reflect
ing on the official integrity yf tbe
mayor of this citv, Gen. White, who
U a hrotbur of J. M. White. The
triid elicited no little excitement.
Tbe Orabaua Harder Care.
ISFICI&L TO TSB APfSAL.I
Hi'RiNOKiti.i), Mo., March 18. Char
lie Graham stood his second day's
eross-exiunination well, and left the
stand without contradicting himself in
any essential matter. Ho told in de
tail the life of tho families at Wash
ington, where, on two occasions, he
saw Mrs. Mulloy and Cora Leo in bed
w ith (Jniham, each time h fore break
fast, whilo his mother was preparing
breakfast. The lost time both women
camo to Graham's bed, in the same
room where witness and Frank Malloy
were in bed. Charlio said Mrs. Malloy
was in bed with Graham at the farm
when she explained to him, Haying
Graham had fainted. When witness
hail signed tho O'Neal letter Mrs.
Malloy remarked: "May he you
signea your father's fife away.
May be you saw him kill your
mother." The night after the
lodv was found Charlie saw Cora Ixo
Mini letters until ho went to sleep.
She was very careful to not let any
get up the chimney. Tho other girls
lielned. Charlio admitted swearing
lalselv at the trial ol Ins lather lor
ligainy. His father told him what to
John Ilriimloy worked at the farm.
In stated that Cora told him before
tbe arrest to say that Graham wasn't
mine. Miesmd: I hose mooiiiinumiH
at ilrookliue are after him. If they
get him locked up there will he no
chance for his life."
ltriunley said he was chopping
near the well alter the arrest.
Cora ordered him to cut i" another
mrt of tho pasture, although the
easiest and best chopping was nearthe
well. When Mrs. Malloy and the
others went after tho O Neal letter
they drove rapidly. Coming hack
they said it was all right. Cora had
asked llruinley if any one should offer
him money would he tell wiiwre (tra
Court adjourned, with Rruiuley on
Uie stand. The court-room continues
A Wamaa's Desperate Deea.
Cincinnati, ()., March 18. Ijitethis
afternoon Mrs.I.ippendorf jumped into
the river from the Covington ferry
boat. Mm had her little child in her
arms, and it was drowned, hut the
mother was rescued by the captuin of
Twelve Yean' Imprisonment.
DkTKOiT, Mich., March 18. At Fort
Wavne. below thii city, the court-
martial of Robert E Rivera of Com
pany H, Twentv-Third Infantry,
ended yesterday. Rivets is the son of
a wealthy liutUlo family,, a graduate
of Harvard, and was a bank cashier in
Buffalo until discharged for crooked-
nets. Two years ago he deserted, but
was recaptured. Hiving access to the
paymaster s a "counts be forged checks
lor various amounts. or ceseruon ne
is sentenced to five years and for
forgery seven niore, in Leavenworth,
Terrible Tragedy at t laelanntl.
CiNoiNNvrr. O.. March 18 A shrrt
time ago Justice Bohrman ef Avondale,
a suburb of Circinnatt, loet a suit in
volving $500. This to preyed upon
the mind ot bis wife that ft Is supposed
she became deranged. This morning
Mr. Bnhrman heard a noioe in bis
wife's bed-room, in which bis two sons
also slept, and attempted to enter, hut
lound the door locaeu. r,verjining
Decerning still, he did net at once force
an entrance, but when he did get into
tbe room he found his wife dead, with
herthioatcut with a laair, his son
Albert, fourteen yeara old, also dead,
with hit threat cut, and another son,
Arthur, severely if not fa'ally wound
ed by a blow on the head with a ham
mer. Arthur was able to say that his
mother came to him some time in the
niuht and 'old him t BO to sleep : that
hi did fall asleep, and was awakened
by a blow on the heal Ho ran to the
door and found It locked. He tried to
remove the lock, but she struck him
again. Then be heard his father at
tha door, but could not give an a'arm,
and then bis mother killed herself.
Alderaaaa Jaebae la Caatody.
Niw York, March 18 Mr. Jaehne
wss walking in the City Hall Park
whan taken into custody by Detective
Reilly of the District-Attorney's office,
and Detectives Hanley and Rogers of
Police Inppector;Byrnea's stafT.
"Good morning," said Reilly, lifting
bit hat in a courteous manner.
"Guod morning," retu-ned the al
"I have a werrant f jr your arrest,
Mr. Jaehre," continued the de'ective,
"and shal be obligfd t ek you to
accompany us to police hi a Iqia-t-rs.''
The Alderman did nt tsieni -oknow
what to think of tbe ilelut vs'a re
quest. Tiiat be was taken by surprite
was plainly evident, but he r covered
his composuie nilli 'iently to r p'y:
"Well, lam resdv to answer yi.n."
The party immediately boarded the
streetcar and a Kw minutes ht r
re&cludthe notice lieic'auaMers, which
was eutered bv a rrar door. There
vm a roi.fnrence in I. if im t tr Byrnra'a
office which lasted nearly an hour, at
tbe end ot which time the detective
have sufferer ,
came out and proceeded down town to
tbe District Attorney's office.
"Is there sn indictment sgainst
me 7" inquired the Alderman as the
partv roae down on tbe car.
"Ys," replied Dele tive Reilly.
"And what am I indicted for?" he
-For bribery I believe." The Al
derman expressed no surprise, fill
cba tid gayly with tbe detntive all
tbe wey to the DUtrlct Attornry's
"The indictment aiainst AlJerman
Jaolire baa been foai.d, but not filed,"
ead I'.striit A tr:iey Martin this
aftrrnoon. "The cliRrge f gtinst him ia
i h: t he received a bribe, in considera
tion f r which he vittd tor the grant-
in(l o( tbe lfBuchUe tj build a road in
hrjadway, to the Drcaaway bnrface
Kailrcal Company, after tbe resolu
tion had been vetoed by tbe Mayor.
Tbewa'rant for Mr. Jdehne'a arrest
wis issued by Judgb Gildersleere of
the Court of General Hessiors upon
f Hidtvit) furn'shsd ms by Inspector
liyrnes. Tbe Alderman will be ar
raigned before Judge Gildersleeve in a
As soon as it became known on the
I'm t that AU'e man J. ehne had been
arrested f or participating in the Broad
way rallmad ateal politicians and al
dermen flocked by tbe decsn to tha
City Hall and Mr. Gartints's office.
Among those who were allowed to see
Mr. Jaehne were Aldermen DeLacey,
Kerrigan and Masteries. ' Jaehne a
lawyers, Peter Mit shell and Richard
Newcome, hastened . to the District
A'tornsy's o flits as sson as thsy heard
of the arrest, aad held a cc njultation
with Mr. Jaehne. District Attorney
Martlne, under tbedireo ion of Judge
Gildersleeve, ordered the papers for
bail te be drawn, fixing the amount of
ba l at flS.OOO. Jos O'Donnell, a
saloonlst at tha corner of Twenty
fouith street and Sixth avenue, aad
who owns real estate to the value of
$30,000, was accepted aj the tondz
man. While the rapera were being
drawn Mr. Jaehne sat smokiag a cigar
in the private office. He did not ap
pear to feel very bad over bis arrest
aad seemed to take it as a matter of
eiur.ie. He said he did not want to
talk about his arrest to tbe leperters;
whatever he bad to say woald be
given out by him when the proper
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Diseases are Prevalent all over the
I in native of Knaland, and while I
was in that country I contracted a terrible,
blood poison, and for two years was under
treatment as an out-donr patient at Nottinij
ham liospitnl, Kniland, but wa notourad.
I suffered the moit aaonliint Dains n my
bones, and was covered with sores all over
mr brdy and limbs I had vertiao and deaf
ness, with partial I'US ot lisht, sever pains
la uiy head and eyci. eto., which nearly ran
me erasy I lost all hope In that oountry,
and sailed for Amerioa, and was treated at
Koosevelt In this city, ai well aa by a prom
inent physician in New York bavins no con
nection with tha hospitals.
I saw tha advertisement of Swift's SpeoiBe,
and I dsiermlned to live it a trial as a last
resort. I hsd siren up all hop of beini
cured, as I had ton through tha hands ol
tha best medical man in Nottingham and
New York. I took six bottles of S. 8. S.,
and I oan say with crest joy that they have
cured ma entirely. 1 am as sound and sell
as I ever was in my lite.
L. FUKP UAIFORD.
New York City, June Yi. 1W.
Is the life, and he is wise who remembers it.
Hut in March of Isstyear (ISK4), I contracted
blood poison, and beini ia Savannah, Oa.,
At the time, I went into the hospital there
for 'restment. I suffered very much Irom
rheumatism at the him time. I did not
Iet well under the treatment there, nor was
cured by any of the aausl means. I have
now taken seven bott e of Hwift's Speciflo
and am sound and well. It drove ths po.son
outthr.,h bo. o the skinXN1KAnT
Jeney City, N.J,. August 7. lf!.
Two rears aao I contracted blood poison.
After hiking aresorip ions Iroin the best
physicians here ana at limas, i ronciuuaa
to visit Hot Springs, and on reaching Texar-
kana adootor recommended me to try owiu s
Specific, assuring me that It would benefit
me more than Hot tiprings, Although the
had produ-td great holes In my back and
n.ii.anil had removed all thenairoff my
Bead, let I oeg.n to improve in win
time, and the sores began to heal, and were
mrely gone instae ot eigDi weess.
WILL JONES, Porter In tun l'ass. Depot.
Cisco, Texas, July 13, mt.
Treatlteon Blood and Skin Dlseanei'mailcd
free. Thi Swirr Sracirio Co.,
Drawer 3. Atlanta Oa., K. Y., lSLjJ-
Chraa aul Iafrrior I'oreus riaatora
will Inevitably disappoint you, and arc not
worth even the lew cents asked for them.
Among Ihe numerom porous pla'tcrs oflcred
f.r ala Benson's I'spcine Vlastcrs alone
i.nolii.:t confidencn. Thev have won
their great poi ulariiy with the lnnlc, and
gained the volunury indorsement ol the
i.eoical profession, b Ihoir unciusled
curative power, ai.d by lhat only, w un
rurohain be on your sua d egut w. rth
lc s iaiits'ioni under minlend.ns nsincs,
.uchas "Oapsiclu." "Cpiruio, H'apu-
.;n.Vruii.!rmay'tr;to pVlml'.h. off
!"K .Cl?V.h,"".,",Si .'iA'nVov!
and has the wgrd. Qamac. cut la
MARCH 19, 1886.
A. YACOARO & Co
WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS,
NOS. 278 ATTD 280 FRONT STREET, MEMPHIS.
ROGERS, COTTON FACTORS
And Commission Herchants. -
2GO and SG2 Front fit.. Memnhli. Tenv.
J. T. lAROASOS. J. A. HUNT. 0. C. HKTJI. . A. PAKX1B. X. L. W00DS0B
J. T. FARGASOH & CO.
Vbolesale Grocers h Cotton Factors,
' SS9 Front Street, MempUt, Tenn.
CettM aonaisaaa ts u Till hava tor earefui atteatioa. Waaarry at all amasawan.
Stapli &. Fancy Groceries, Wines, LiqursTebacci & Cigars-
14 will ll aa
LARGEST BREWERY IN AMERICA.
Jos. Schlitz BrevinE Gompahv,
WIVDIITa TtTt I VPTT I OBlea aad Rottllaar Warfca, S 10 Cala
MliJllrlllS liliAJN til; leaotaaaleelioaaa,av.HaiaAacliai
S. ROESCHJtR. Agent, Memvliis, Tenn.
Sales la lssa. a0,000 BMrrels.....Balra af Memphis Braaea, IN,Mt Ha
Main la l. 8HO.OOO Harrl.
19-Will pay Good
IXTaa -XTV. SJtPESES3ELsS, Jr.
75 Vance Street, Memuhis. Tenn
rarming Tools, Grass Seed, Garden Seed, Onion"
CORNAT3D COTTON PLANTERS.
It. G. CRAIG& CO., MEMPHIS.
JN0. 8. T00F.
E. L. MoQOWAN.
Vliolesale Grocers, Cotton Factors,
And Dealer in Levee
274 Front Street
NewW Constructed and Elaborately Fnxnii
taising 225 Large and Elegant itoo
aa-Iia House baa Perfeot Ventilatloa and
.ni two oi Hal.'. Elevators. All
u a t km su nn ia aa nrr daw. .-cording to slie and elevation of rooms. Speolal
reus to Commercial Travel.ra. Abundant supply of PURK CI8TKRN ASP WELL W ATEH
tr U ' .-V-.:.'- '.". .'- ' In. ... " , 1
2 1 ' - "-a l-asIBTv'.w.tit.iT t'jK'.'W VV,' V -. - . -..'1 . ..i.J
AW AS rLAHIRO
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Molding, Lumber,
Lath and Shingles, Flooring, Oiling ana ceaar 1'osw.
7r7uwrt-3S2.3!0-3S6 fcecond street, sonth ol Gayoso.
Doors, Sash, Blinds. Flooring, Ceiling, Siding, Shingles,
Maaldlna;, Latbs. reda? Pasta aad ris.as.ai.
iternberg & Son,
(SITJt t'EHOR TO
ijlj JJLs s 1
TOBACCO, CIGARS & PIPES
336 Front St. a Cor. Union, Memphis, Tenn,
F. ti. AUTOS,
s:l Paiunlaainra Mprt liautS. n.Cm 0at, Brafl, Chop Feed, OU-Xeal,
tin,. . i-amrat. riar.trr.
' cor. Front and Union, 1
Low aa ha iHSwaa.
Prices for MOTES, GTS FALLS and
of all descriptions. Send for Circular
and Pries Paid.
and Railroad Supplies,
Mataral wgnt, oteam neaung, aioovtio cans
atreet - ean pass Main street entrance.
- miX, BATt-TllD,
a. I. LEK.
STEBSBE1B at K)
s sl t s -
II. H. MAtBT.
J. S. MoTIQHK. W.
OIN & CO.,
GEOWELL & GO.
Baildlair aud Tire Brick, Etc.
Howard's Row, Memphis
DR. D. S. JOIIKSON'S
No. 17 Jeffersoa 8trt,
( Between Mais end Fro.t.)
lEitAblished ia 18TJ1.I
7"VR.J0HNbUN isskaewledgcd byallpar-i-f
ties interested by far the most suc
cessful physician in (he treatment of private)
or secret diieases. Quick, permanent cures
guaranteed in every case, male or feirale.
Recent ca'es of Uonorrbe and Byphilie
ured in a f w days without the use of mer
cury, change of diet i r hindrance Irom
usiness. becondiry tSvr bills, the lust ves-
se eradicated without th of mercurv.
nvoluosar; loss ol remen stopped in short a
time, bufleren frim impotenoy ? 1jsi ol
sexual P-wcr restored h IrwriM in a few
ecu. v icurasor seii-buse and exeeesive
venery, sunenng irom spermatorrhea and
loss of physical tnd mental power, spefdily
nd permsnently cu-.d. Particular atten
tion lsid to tbe Uieajiea ol M nmiw. and
enres guaranteed. Piles and old sores cured
nhoutthe use or eau'licer tha knife. All
consultations strictly confidential. Medi-
nes sent cy express to all parts of (be
-Workingman cured a half the usual
rates. Office hours from 8 o clock a.m. to t
clock p.m. I). H. J011N80N. M.D.
HA8 determined te give to Pupils and
8 Indents of Music, en and after Marsh,
1. IBM. the same discount claimed by Teeefc-
ers.vist . .
blebert sr Btarr s rieaa rmw, ntoii i
and Moult priee, IS: TeaAera' price, H.
Richardson's ew Method lor Pianoforte
Retail prioe, 13 S; Teaebera'isioe,2K.
PeUrt's Bclectie Piaae Wetbod Reatl
price, 13 : Teaebwre' aviee. It .
Cramer's Piaae Stadias edited by Baas
von Bulew Retail prioe, It M: leaabers
priM, roe. . . . .
ae nas uiiraaeaiu anoa, fii laisia
t a tcnis voowisoe, , noe i nexau priee.
ateVlt TeMbers' 'iee, 7o.
All Foreign Xdiaoaa at 0HI4Hla0r
All bbeei Maale ONB-HALF TF BwaoeT
II. C. nOIXENBORG,
2 aUiag.. Memphis, Tena . . . .
Aad S7 Wale at., Liltve Root;, am.
Tot s yeasa at jg Court Place; sow a
523 MarketStreet, T jmmrino Ff
let. Third n4 .Witi, aliUlllUliiJU.Il j
K rtaTatartr Mantfld ud IU1 aiaii mat tltt
istsoonfirt, u tksU praflUoa will tnrT. .
Onrei 11 forms Of PKIVATK.
CHRONIC and SUUAJU Dta
CASES. , . ...
M Ui rradH f aaMabtkat) km ymXk, wmU ntxm ta
Mrw frwra, or ottier Oaaaesi, o4 prfdwoinf wxaiae fl ! Ak b1
wio trflrvia: NrrtMMDa, fietnlmaj W.wMam, as
Vhu br dremiM). DtniKM Mtgfcl, Dax,va Um.;;?f
VwaJtHMj, Piuipiaaaa Vto A'trtrlna torUcara a.'rraasat,
CMirutiua of .', Im of BajsMtal fo-m, Mc. rwoei tag
anarriaira ImnaTjry or nhappf , or ttonruftsW aoel pcrts.
t.'K-a ana uiuer
htr prl'ahi Urn
U at Mtf-ovtdont Uiat nhr araaaWa b a.a amoial ttwata
arui oliM of dsWaeo, Mil UmUaf tavwatUHlt uid
h crau Kaiu. rnyai dim uofuat tou an
Mrsoawaaro, Vb bit smraUMla
fiiit tor cKt tm- IfwaAaat tooM ittvso ktooai BttM
ixxl ur&lj b mail or nproaai mmjmtun.
OonauUaUuua mmR or - rjr trm oBal lorhasV
Obarfoi raoiceaabai m4 owraopaoaeot otitoU toMaftdoMaoij
OfKSiss,ia s atas.ftraway
'SO cuu. Hbomid S. nU by aa. AddrM. a. .bo
WTVo ourtfroa a A.M.S.S T. ML Sartafs, s a r "
Ixchange National Bank
XOKFOLK, A. , rca. IS, 1SS.
PROPOSALS will be reoelvod at this offioa
until Bsturday, Maroh . 18K6, for tho
nnrchasn nf the hsreieafter mentioned proa-
erty in its entirety, and alto for pieces or
paroeis 01 uie ssme reierenoe vvidk uu w
desoriptlve lists of said property which
lists, stating terms of sale. wHI be lurnished
upon application to the undersigned. The
right to reject any and all bids is reserved:
The extensive and valuable property lo
cated in Norfolk and Portsmouth, Vs.,
known as tbe "Sesboaid Cotton Compress
Company of Norfolk. Va.," oensisting of:
1. inerancAtse, wnicn, among oiuer priv
ileges, authorises tbe storage of cotton end
other nitrohandire, and the issue of negoti-
lle receipts theretor.
2. Its niant. which consists ef three (3)
frst-oluss improved cotton oom presses ; two
CJ) steam tugs; three (31 transportatiea
bsrges. All the adjuncts ascessary to a well
quipped eslaDiisnment or mis enaraqier,
Its fire proof warehouses, seven 17) in num
ber, of capacity for atorege of 24,000 bales
Its four Ui frame wsrehenses (metal roofs)
apaoity, maay thousands tone of rerun-
iirs, salt, eto. ... ...... ,
Its wharves and docks, which s fiord ample
room for berthing at Ike game time ten sea
going, steam or sailing vessels. The area ol
tho warehouse and dook property in Ports
mouth te about eS aoies. towel her with all its
o her proparty, which ia tolly described la
the lists above refs-ved to. .,
M. u. yaTKriH, Boowver.
WANTm AQKHTS.Men aad Wornea, '
WAN I tU to ,,u "TUB CHILU'l
BIBLE " Introduction by Kev. J. U. Vin-
oent, D.D. One agent has sola oa in a tow.
of 674 people I ono 7d in a village oi ii one
new agent S5 in 10 days: one '3 in 4 succes
sive weeks one 40 in 3 days at two dilierent
times. Experience not necessary ddress
UASI"Kt.la C tlU. Ili l Oh
40 Ilesrhorn street, ''nicaoo.
OF THE CIIY OF MEHPHIS.
FOR all gas consumed oa and after the 1st
of April, proximo, by cu-tomers of this
Company, the piio will be Two Dollars and
rilty tenu per moasaon oauio .m
where tho bills are paid within the first five
business days of each month a Disoount ot
Fifty Cents per thousand feot will be made,
making a net pr oe ol TWO DOLLARS per
thousand eubie feet. - -
HEM r HIS ALIWT CO.
By E. KNSLEY, President.
Jos. Oaaro, Seoretaiy.
Memphis, Tenn., Marcs I, I8HS.
J. F. II0LST &BR0.,
(suocssBoas to e. d. bolst a bro.)
S20 HA13I ST.. MEMPHIS.
A FULL end complete stook or wood ana
M.talllo Cases and Caskets, Cloth-Covered
Caskets and Burial Robes always on
hand, aar Orders by telegraph promptly
Held. , .
Onici orPrai.io AsatmSTBsToa,,
February 27, I
HAVINS been appointed and aualiHea aa
administrate- of the estate of Patrick
Roper, dace asm, all parties inueoiea to seia
estate are reouested to eome lorward and
settle, and all parties to whom said estate ia
indebted are requested to file their claims
with me. duly probited In accordance with
lew! JOHN L0AHU8. Public Adm'r.
HotiM Is Hereby Glren,
TBAT the annual meetiag of the stock
holders of the CHsesapeake, Ohio.
and Southwestern nauroaa company
lor the election of Directors ana
such other business as say come before the.
meeting, will be held at the office of the
Company, in the city of Memphis (oalled tha
Taxing District ol Shelby County), Tenn.,
on the oils Oay of Aarli, lose, at 12
o'clock noon of that day, and that the lease
fram that Company to 9be Newport News and
Mississippi Valley Company will be sub
mitted to the stookbolde-s for their oonsent
thereto and approval then if. Transfer
books will be closed Iron March 25th to
By order of tho President and Boird of
Directors. ISAAC K. HATES. Secretary.
A Valuable Faten
Danoy'a (Horse) t ern aud Pra riaa.
AVINQ perfecUd my invention. I w!h
1 rl oe it before the poouc, especially
as iCutaclurcro. .a.s a i "rn Kienier, it is a
porloct - oess opens the drill, di.trir.utes
the seed ic.ratey, uuiuiered, and covers
the sam,'thcrt:L one man performing the
work tf three. The htve boon used in
thisas ction tor over a doicn years wiib per
fect satisfaction. Can give respoi sible te'ti
JOttS U. DANCT.Danoyville,
Eaywood uaiy lean.