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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL WEDNESDAY. APRIL 7, 1880.
COJFMST OF SUCCESS.
THE CT. LOL'IS REISERS HILL
FMJHT TO THti LAST.
HecMed Adviire I'rern the Position
Held Before the tonfrrenee
VI 1th Hoxle.
ADHIKS TO THE WOKKlNCiMEN
OF THE WOULO.
Jj t.aaU Df onnrfd io I'lmeaiured
Term Wbt Railroad Of
ii. Loeis, April 6 After the de
r art are Uit nitfht o( S crelery Toroer,
ol the (leneml Executive rkrd of the
K night ot Labor, for the principal
strike cent re on the Uould South
weateia yetem, the renieininfr member-
of the committee announced the
noaoimona determination of the boird
to continue the preicnt etrike uctil an
arrangement can be enttred into with
Mr. lloa'o reetorio all of the e'rikeri
to their former poaitiona, with the ex
ception 'f thow only wno rartlcipalei
in acta cl violence end (Iretructim of
property einco the atrike beRan. This
it a decided a-lvauce from the position
thev hM Saturday Ix-fore the confer
nf wit h Mr. flux in. They were
then milling t") afsent to an agreement
allien would rtoure the eirikrre to
thote poeitioue which were not then
occupied by nw men, hut Mr. Hox'e'e
refnga! le accept even these deprived
thtrc, they my, of the Imi bopo of a
rtronciliatiou under the preeunt cir
rutnetancee. TBI BA1I.ROAI) OKKU IAL
rlaiK that tbe continuants of their
regular bnniiien, whlih they aay has
now been fuily reeuiued, depend not
io ttie least upon the action of any
laber orfenltition, and that the freight
blot kade baa been permanently raised.
They also cUim that they have em
ployed a eulhcient number of new
men to render them entirely indepen
dent al tbe Knighte of Labor, and that
the strike will come to naarht. The
members of the tieoeral Kxecative
Board, bewever, aute they are confi
dent of the eucee of tbe strike, (or,
say Mr. Turner, the road cannot be
operated without the Knight. Kkilled
and unskilled labor in tbe United
PNtteeU controlled by onr organiza
tion, and tbe company uf Jut Uould
hae not and could not supply Itief
with railroad men or mechanic, oreveu
laboiinf men, II we ahonld attempt to
prevent it. It they ever employ them
tfcey will leive aain after being at
work a ltUle' while. The laborimr
men,' loo, wh6 are not Kntghta of
Labotarein ympathy with ns, and
I think, will nltlmntely support ns
Tbe statement that the company la
nowcarryiat on its business is not
- true, and the leports that they are
MDdinieutao many trains a day are
misleading. These are not trains;
aomeol them are belitmine; some
even are tampoaod of le than that
number of care, and some are empties,
sent out tJ make a showing.
r3KMAN Cl'RTtN a KHOUTION IK-
The General Executive Board yes
terday sent the following telegram to
Congressman A. (i. (Jurtin, nt Wash
V't I ' Ht. Louie, April S,
Hi t. A, CurliB, Wl.nUin, D. O.t
' The resolution introduced by you in
the II new, of K-pr?entativs to ruler
the nrewnt diiUculties existing on the
Won id tkmlhws'.ern system of rall
wavt to a special commutes to be ap
pealed by UiS Hones for their Imme
daW ) InVeeiigatipa mee'e with the
baartj irtiKlwdef this General Exec
OJlae Uo$ri,iandi e, ask for its pas
sage st ence, aad ihe committee is re-qsested-te
MitU 8L Louis as quickly
a possible, a we believe thnt uia a
committee erniiM gain sufficient knowl
edge ol tbe case V enable vonr body
to icgielate intelligently and us Io sal
t's lbs trouble '
' iRr.DKRICK TURNKK.
ii W, II. BAILEY.
i . . i .
n . mi up.
Kiecutive Hoard of til
KBiakUcf Liil'or. ...,,, ,
v. t v biavinu its aKKXirr. , .
The stiect of the order of the Uon
ura! Kaeeative Bjerd. declaring the
strike continued, ha, its effect
oron the Bridge and Tunnel Com
pany. Several of the imn who bad
cone to work upon the bridge struck
last night, and others failed to report
lor duty this morning. At the union
di-pot also the number of employes
hae betn lessened by these who have
quit work, unwilling to occupy their
positions while the ktiighUof Labor
irrievauree are fctill uiiKettled. No
eeriutis diltioultT. however, is experi
enced In making urt and s'arting out
frcivht trains, and the rllliilals declare
i'oub lence iu their ability to employ
new men to take the places ol the
tinkers. The utnai uiimbt-r of freight
trains on the Min oriri l'acitla and Iron
Mountain railroad started out this
morning, and, although several of the
new twitchmen have been prevailed
upon to give, ui ttieir positions, no
trouble has been encountered in mov
IrfUJKT AT UKtX NT. LOUIS.
Ttr municipal elei'tion In East Kt.
l onie to-day hm drawn the crowds of
stokers from the railrond-yardi and
iW.t? to the poll', and unusual quiet
prevails bero to dav. The ra'!rotda
ar bandling freight in large quanti
tie Despite tbe email fores of men
engaged on the bridge and at tbe
r.oion depot, avveral freight trains
have passed over the river. At the
mvviiil depo'R 'u Hi. Louis numerous
treiuht tram have arrived, and have
bfn uuloaded by the new men, the
nutiibcrol whom, the otticers claim,
is targe enough tu handle all their
bnKOfHi. Ttie Chicago, Burlington
-in.l 'i'lioey switch engineers, who
sir.ick jewerdny, returned to work
ai.-4:n to-day, uud have been running
tiieir engines nil the morning. The
Chicago. Burlington and Quinry Mrik
ing ewit'brnen alto returned to work
tii it morning, but by Ihe reqms: ol
tht Knights ef Labor stnicc again
U.RIVAL Or CHICK KNolNUR ARTHIB,
P. M. Arthnr, chief engineer of the
rrotberbocd of Engineer, arrived
here last night The object of his
visit is not known, but it is believed
tbst.be will hold a conference with
engineeis while he ia herp relative to
th present ttrike.
' WVIItSSH TO THK WOKKIKDMB! OK THE
The Joint Executive Boird of As
eemblies lol, !'.! and 17, Knights of
IjtVjr, this afternoon issued the fol
Ti the Worklneinea uf tha World:
Fi;rKSrs A.st Brothsks Hear us,
kr we plead for our rights! Men of
fruity, look upon us, for we etruggls
i gairiBt giants of wrocg!
Mad with the frenzy of pride and
foil udulnt'on, begotten aa it ia of the
t fnj ol outrage and infamy, there
finds biloie us a g ait of aggregated
f.rd iucn-fo n'' wpplth, every do'l"r
cf which la built npon b'.ood, Irjnstice
and outrage. That giant ol corporate
wealth baa centralixed its power in
and is impersonated by the eager
fiend who gLats as be grinds ths life
of bis Miow-men snd gfimacee and
dances as they writhe npon his instru
ments of torture.
(J, y e woi k men o A merica, " ho lo ve
your liberty aod your native land1; ye
great creators of wtalth who stand aa
tne foundation of all national gojd,
look upon your bro'hera to-day!
Uould, tlie great nenu; uuum iuc
money conarcb, is daicing, aa he
claims, oyer tbe gravs of our order
over the ruin of our fco nes, and the
blight of our lives. Before him the
world has smiled in beauty, bnt bis
wake Im a jriveyard of hopes, a cy
clone's patUtf dsvatUition and death.
Ountroni arms bars grown weary in
baildlng the towiroi strength, and
yet he bids os build on or die. Our
young lives hare grown gray too soon
beneath the strain of unrequited con
stant toil. Oar loved ones at home
re hollow-cheeked and pale with long
and weary waiting tor better days to
coma. Nay, more tbaa this, tbe
graveyards era hiding bis victims (rem
onr loneing eves.
Brother workmen, Ibis monster
fiend has compelled some of ns to toil
i n cold and re i n f ar 6 and 60 cents a day.
Oi hare hare been compelled to yield
their time to him for seventeen and
thirty-six weary hours for tbe pittancs
nf nine hours' pay. Others, who have
dared toassirt their manhood and re
bel asaintt his tyranny, are black
listed and bovcotttd all over
tin land. He has trade sol
emn compact with the highest
authority in our order and tnea
has baseiv rfltieeU to luinit Bis pieuge.
lie lives under and enjoys all tbe
benefits of a republican lorni cf gov
eminent, and yet adv cates and per
nut tint pa the uifHt debasing lorm
whita slaverr. He robs the rich and
poor, tbe high and low, with ruthless
bund, and then appeals to corrupt and
fiurcbased courts to help him take our
ittle homes away. He breaks our
limbs and malms our bodies snd then
dnmanda that we shall release him
from every claim for damages or be
blacklisted forever. Ha goes to oar
tracers and pen u ides tliera not to
give us credit, oecausewe reiuss to ds
grou ad in his human mill He turns
on as a horde of lawless thugt, who
shoot among our wives and children
with deadly lntont, and tnen nowie
for government help when ba gels his
pay in coin alike.
Fellow workmen. Uould must bs
overthrown. His giant power mutt be
broken or you and I must be slaves
forever. Tho Knights of Labor alone
have dared to be a David to this
Gollab. The buttle is not for to-day
the battle Is not for to-morrow but
tor tbo trooping generations in the
coming ages cf the world, for our chil
dren and our children s children.
ia tbe Question of tbe age. Shall we
in the earning ages b a nation of free
mt a or a nation of elavea ? Tbeqnos
tion must bo decided now. The chains
are already forged that are to bind us.
Stall we await until they are riveted
unon oar limbs? Nnv: iod forbid
Workmen of tbe world, marshal
youruolres upon tbe battle field 1 Work
men of every trade and clime, on to
the frnvr Uould and bis monopoly
mint go down, or your children must
be slnves. Think of the little oliv"
pisntfl around your hearthstone that
will be blighted bv this curse. Think
ot the little home ba is seeking to rob
you ol. Think of the wife from wbose
eyes uairfM wrung n jous oi leare sou
from -whrse, tieart ne tai tortured
drops of blood. Who can look calmly
upon Lie parti ly, his outage and his
crlitioeV for be has sought to incite
ftdonv from among our ranks; he has
houciit tht perfidy of rile men to f ti
ll ap Wis nnwery tbet be might stain
onr I fur name ana gioni over our uib
fortuaea. Once for all, fellow-work-
M en, trouser , Let every hand that
tills le lined to heaven lend irwear by
Him that livelh forever tbat these
outrages inn d cease I Let every heart
and brow be turpi1 1 toward our com
mon Ins, and let no man grew weary
until, like Uoliatli, p.ir g ant is dead
at eur fwl. ) f'
1 A. UU, 93 and 17.
FORTY -Mm COMRKS.
POSTOFFICE BILL PASSED
oesideratloa of Logan's Army Bill
CoaUaned In the S"na1e-Bille
on the free list, and tbe doty on cord
age of all kinds was reduced 1 cent per
poimd. The bill wi'l probab'y be
ready to report to the House cn Thurs
WHAT MEHPHIN COLO ID
IMTI1HN HAT ABOI T IT.
IN TEX AS.
Wahbinotok, April (i ou. The
Speaker laid btf jre tba Houcv a com-
manication from tbe acting Secretary
of the Treaiury atating, in response to
a House resolution, that ths payment
of silrer doll ma la cot refused at tbe
Sub-Treaanry at Beaton.
Mr. Phelps N. J., frr.m the Com
mittee on Foreign Affairs, reported a
resolution calling on the Secretary of
State for copies of all correspondence
between his department and the top
reeentatirea of France, Germany, Aus
tria, and any other European conn-
tries which bare partially or entirely
restricted the Imposition of American
perk, referring the facts of such exclu
sion or restriction and the reacons
ci van therefor Adopted.
Mr. riuier I lex.j, irom ins uommii-
tee on Banking and Currency, re
ported a bill for the issue of small bills
lor circulation, iiouee calendar.
Mr. Steele llnd., from tbe Commit
tee on Military A dans, reported a
bill to increase tbe efficiency of tbe
army. Heine cilendar.
Mr. Lawier ill J, irom tne commit-
te on Labor, repotted back a resolu
tion for a Congressional investigation
of the causes underlying the differ
ences between employers and em
ployes on railrcals. Committee of
Mr. Springer 111 J. from tbe Com
mittee on Territories, reported a bill
to prohibit the passage of local and
special laws In the Territories of the
United states, noose calendar.
In the morning hour the llonsi re
sumed the consideration of the bill
totecare an equitable cliHsiflcation
and compensation of certain o Ulcers
of the United Hta'ee.
Mr. Bennett N. 0. inquired why
the commission proposed by tbe bill
was not composed of men of tbe same
politiaal party. Were not Demrcrats
tbe best exponents of Democratic
policy T Were not tbe Secretary of the
Treasury and the Secretary of State as
well qualified (o deal with this subject
as men who were "nan norse, nail ai
li gator, and tbe balance snapping tur
tles?" Langhter. Is it a crime to
bo a Democrat? he exclaimed, amid
an affirmative oborus from tbe Repub
lican aide. Tbo great arerage of the
Democratic party in 1884 who lifted
up their voices in one grand chorus I
and pointed to the standard bearer of
the party ai an ideal Democrat sup
' posed that his election meant a Demo
cratic victory, and that the legitimate
consequences would follow. Laugh
ter. "To the victor belong the
spoils" was as t'ue to-day as when
uttered by Marcy; and the gentleman
who thought tbat in the South tbst
was not God's grspel truth had set hie
sights too high lor the game. Laugh
ter. Tending action tbe morning hour
Then there win a prospect of a
struggle for right of way between the
silver bill and tbepoatoiuce appropri
ation blM, but, in tbe interest of a
speedy transaction of business, Mr.
Bland Uo. J gave way, and tbe House
went into a Committee of the' Whole
(Mr. Hammond of Georgia in tbe
Chair) on the poitoffico appropriation
Mr. Bin sham rPa.l offered an
amendment increasing irJm $180,0.0
to I1S9.200 the appropriation tor the
par of jpostal clerks. Lost-M to 87.
Mr. Barrows Mich:: Offered an
amendment, increasing the appropri
ation for tbe transpoitaMon of foreign
mails from $.175,000 t) $425,000. After
the debate the amendment was lost
Tbe Committee then rose and the
bill was passed.
Tbe House then adiourned.
Mardercra f warily for
the 1 alare.
j . Hat ! ralestlae. -
Nr. Lotus, Mo., April fi. A dispatch
from a railroad oflicial at Palestine
Tux., Io Missouri I'aciilo headquarters
here, received this morning, says:
hvcrything ouiet here to-day. 1 do
not apprehend any more Ii jublo here.
They are badly broken up. We have
II the icroe we want to work in the
shops, except one or tw i blacksmiths.
A groat many ot tbcct'ikers are apply
ing fcr wjik this morning. They fay
iivery man for himself," The shoj
ai i diefiintt are ineiiiir ii ins'zein
the entire system.
AT EW YORK,
tlotlo'a Kxaorl to Uon Id.
Naw York, April 6. The following
telegram tf received here this morn
8t Lupin. M.i., April S,
T Jy Uould, l'rtldcnti
' Twj hundred and fifty-eight trains
are moving on the system ; aerenty-six
more are ready to move. More appii
oatione lor vork than any day since
thn strike. h m. hoxie.
IMHYN WIT 11 THE CU1XESE.
I.srar aatt-rplMtlnl Demoaalratloa
- . -at Haaallaa.
Ouavamam, Mkxico, April 6. The
Hteainer AlUta brings news of a large
anti-Chini'HO deiiioiiRtration, ending iu
a not, at, AiuxHttHn Aiarch l!8tb. ben
th HU'amor Itomero Kuliio was corn
ing Into then Harbor slie w as erron'
oiiKly reported as wing the steamer
Knrxlonyx,w)tH'h it was known hud 60
Chinese aboard. An immense mob
formed ou the wharf, and after tho
in inljike was extilainod paraduti the
Htreetn rrving, Pown with the Chi
BesrtHihd poluv were unable to
disperse the mob, luembers of w hich
uiodc.'an jittackpn a CJiiuese house,
lirvatiujj doirw,. windows and furniture.-
There whs, however, no blood
tdied. The Chinamen flell the' town.'
Troops haw lm Kent for, it being
aiiucmaiiHi mere will ie more
trouble when the Sardonyx arrives.
s. The 'hlaea Mm o.
fcA Li'is Oiiimi, Cai... April tl,
Mannger Fillmore of the Tacibc Coast
railway, bust week m-nt a body of lni
Uin-i-s l work on the railroad near
Nionie. Among; them were ten Chi-,
naiiicn. Sulurday night a party ot tin-;
known men went freni Arroya GranJe
to the Chinese camp, oiui-red t'ucm
aboard a hand-ear and brought them
t within about twelve miles of this
place. The Chinamen were then told
to bike (heir burgage and walk to San
Luis, Ihe mob threatening them with
hanging if they returned. The ex
pelled Chiimmcn arrived lure this
Hapinrr, Brfiu'h, ar Hi-rat.
Termincntly cutfd or no pay. The
wor t laws guarmttrcd. I'auiphlet and
references 10 cents in etuo.il , World's
DispensarT Mcdhal Assoi'iation, W$
't-re' Vira'", N. Y.
The Chair laid before tbe Senate a
letter from tbe Secretary of the Treas
ury regarding tbe payment of $128,000
to the Chippewa tribe of Indians for
damage growing out of tbe construc
tion ol a reservoir at mo neadwaters
of the Miemssippi river. Referred.
Among petitions presented were a
arge number Irom local assemblies ol
Knights of Labor ' throughout the
country, pro'e3ting (gainst the pa
sage of the free ship bill. Referred.
Senator Yoorbeea gave notice that
a'ter tbe morning hour to morrow he
wonld call up the library bill jost
panned by the Home ot Kepreeenta
tivfs, lie thought It would lead to
little if any debate, as its provisions
bad been pawed by the feenate several
times within tbe past ten or twelve
Senator numb precented a petition
of an association of colored citizens
of Kansas, praying for assistance to
emigrate to Afrioa with a view of
building np another United States Re
public. Senator Plumb said he under
stood there was stropg determina
tion on the part Of the petitioners to
ctrry out the emigration scheme re
ferred to. The petition was referred.
Senator Blair reported, favorably,
without amendment, from the Com
mittee ot F.-'ncaMon and Labor, the
arbitration bill recently passed by the
House of Representatives.
Consideration ot tbe army bill was
resumed, and Senator Logan spoke in
further advocacy of it.
Senator Hals opposed the bill, Sen
ator Manderson supported lt.and Sena
tor Teller closed tbe debate for the
day with a short speech in opposition
to tne measure.
The Chair laid before the Senate a
message from the President relating to
the snbject of Chinese Immigration.
1 he message was read and referred
ts the Committee on Foreign Rela
tions After an executive Kss.ron, tbe Sen
la ihe rraaiUte-Haoais.
The Senate special. Committee on
Interstate Commerce h-day agreed to
report reveral amendments to "the
Cullora bill. ' Tbe only one of Impor
tance changes tbe maximum petia'ty
for violation ot the provision against
discrimination from $1000 to foOOO.
Ths others are mostly verbal changes.
Tbe Sentte Committee on Educa
tion and Libor, at a special meetir.g
this morning, ordered a favorable re
port on the arbitration bill without
amendment, Senate r Blair, in report
Ing it to tbe Senate, gave notice tbat
he w ill call it up at tbe first opportu
nity. He privately expresses a hope
to find the opportunity before the end
I the week.
The House Committee on Ways and
Means to day received the administra
tive tariff bill from tbe printer, and re
enrued it consideration. A number of
minor changes in the administrative
portion of the bill were made. Hemp
seed fir agr'en'tU'a' piupreis wr.s pnt
At a meeting of the colored minis
ters of Memeijie, recently held ia this
city, the following paper and resolu
tions were adopted :
It is not strange that onder strong
provocation and amid great excitemer t
caused by some shocking crime men
will sometimes resort to lynch law. A
very different case, bowerer. is that of
tbe recent killing ol twelve or fifteen
men, innocent of any crime agsinBt
society, at tbe conit bouse in Carroll
ton, Miss. It appears to bs a case of
wanton, cold-blooded butchery, worthy
of aavagfs or highwavmen. The only
excuse or defense offered for the deed
is tbe assertion that the prieooer on
trial waa armed and tbat he imme
diately began firing when be saw the
advancing rrob at the door.
It will be seen atonce that this jufti
ficatlon of the crime has npon the face
of it no indication of truth. A prisoner
in the bands of t le law end on trihl
would not likely have a revolver in
his possession. It bai been alleged
that tbe whole crowd of negroes a'
the court-room were armed, and yet it
does not appear tbat they made any
dtfunse. No evideuce is found that
the local authorities feired any out
break which they could not put down.
Tbe simple a':t anptara to be tbat a
crowd of blood thirsty men, un
doubtedly belonging to Carroliton and
vicinity, took this method of wreaking
vengeance on the defensoless negroes
on account of specUl hatred of one cf
Tbe wbole affair la a foul blot on a
so-called Christian land. It is bae
and cowardly in conception and exe
cution. Worse than the crime ia tbe
fact that no power of government
consents to take any notics of the sav
age deed to bring tbe guilty patties to
justice. The "good people" who are
sa d to "regret" and "deprecate" and
"deplore" tbe affair, do nothing more,
except it be to conclude by denounc
ing the negro wbo was on trial when
killed, and say: "It was in reality an
unpleasant necessity." Bat the crime
rises to heaven, and the terror , and
sorrow of so many poor women and
children left in despair, and wretch
ednfm cries to God, to whom ren
until tne eute taxes np tnis case
and proves its capa ity for Just gov
eminent, let tbe world - in horror
aghast, looking on, condemn tbe mur
derous mob, and with them the com
munity which sinews tnem in its
midst. L-t the State of Mississippi,
great in Its territorial resources.great in
its public institutions, great in its
pride ot governmental sovereignty,
confess wiih shame tbat Its humble
black citizens are without protection,
and when Innocent of any crime may
be shot down in cold bin -id, tbe vic
tims of bate nnd acorn. Had tbe as
sailants in this case been negroes and
the victims whites, who don its that
tbe whole State would have arisen in
armes, if necessary, to hunt down and
put to death the last one of the guilty
In view of the facts cited above,
lienolvcd. That we regard with pro
found sorrow aad iadigaation the re
cent outrage at Carrodton, Miss., in
which a number of innocent and un
offending man wire subjected to sav
.. . . A.. . .
liewivfa. mat we put no connaence
in the professed regrets of tbe citizens
of that community and of the Ste on
account of this terrifying event until
they make some practical effort to
prove their regard for law and justice.
Hetohtd, That while we advise and
counsel our people everywhere and
alwava to avoid any just cause f or ex
citing race hostility, yet do insisr, mot t
earneet'y, upon demanding protection
under law. We art here to share in
whatever fortune tbe prevaiiicg civil
ization of this country shall produce
for its citizens in common, nnd we be.
lieve that the progress and happiness
of both races depends upon the con
Bent and mutual co-operation of each.
And we unite with all good citizens of
the republic ia demanding that the
State of Mississippi shall atleiittn
deavor to wipe away this horrible
Remind, Tin1. Ilia Aci-KALaud .lr
lanche be requested to publish this
paper and resolntious.
J. w . A -.on n I , vd inn vtuunue.
11. A. Imkm, Socrelary.
Mm i-iiik, Al ril ft, I Hi;.
SKIN & BLOOD
DImum ff ora Plmpl la Scrofala
l'ar4 ky alleara.
, Ilunilradiof lettam la our ponwiiinn, copies
f wt.it h o bebmd byraturno! nail, irjxat
thi itorr: I bav been a terrible uflerer
f..r reare from Dueaies ol tbe tskio anil
Blood; have keen obi. red to ahun u he
SlaMi b reuon ol tor oirfirurinf humoral
-e had the beat thyicini; hve a ent
hundred! of dollar, and rt no relief until
I uaed Ilia Ccticuka H'Vbuiiu. wbich hare
eared n.a and leil my akin and blood al .ure
aa a child'!.
OVEKID Willi MALT HH It'll.
CcTicrat RsarDiaa are the treate't medi
rineionearlh. Had the wont a-e f bait
hheum in this country. My mother had it
twenty yearn, and io fart died from it. I
believe Crririiii woul l have rared ber li a.
My arni, breantand head were eovered for
three yean, which nothing rail ved or cured
until 1 uied the CoriccaA Kksolvsht, in
tarnally. end CvTiopaa and CcTicoa BoAr,
Newark. O. J. W. ADAMS.
LUMBER YARD I
ISrinuIcy, Ark nauaiuotnrera ol
tELLOW PINE AND OAK LUMBER,
AID DF. ALE US IS
Door, huh, fillnlc. Dressed Flooring, Oiling, Weather-Boarding
t j press nuiUKies, AJaxua, riv.
WOur faeilitief are uniorpaned by anyrawralll in the Ronth for fil tna order promptly,
loorine. Ceilier. Kidina. Step Lumber and. Cypreaa Shinnlea a apeeiaitT: alio, Jframia (
Lumber of all dimeniiom. We make the Wholeaale Buimeaa aapeaiaj featare. Order!
solicited anu prompuy nueo.
No. 124 Jftffflrson Street Meraphtw, TeTitiowiaeo.
UEAB, FACE AHB BODY RAW.
I commenced t a! your Cvticus. Ra
niM laat July. My head and fce and tome
paru of my body were almot raw. My
Lead wai covered with tcaba and aorea, and
my lulterini waa fearful. I hid tried eyery
tliinal bad beard of in the Kaet and Waft.
My case waa oonlidered every bad one. I
have now not a particle of Sain Humor about
in . and my caae U ennidered wonderful.
Decatur, Mich. MKS. B. K. WHll'f LK.
K4 ZEVIA FKOJI HEAD TOFf ET.
Charlea Eayre Hinkle, Jeney CHy Highti,
N. J., wr tea: "My eon, a lad of twelve
yeara, waa com'et-ly cured of a terrible
r aie of Kctenia bv the Curicta Rkhidiis.
From the top of hia head to the aoiea of hie
feet wai one maia of acabi." Kvery other
remedy and phyaiaiana had been tried in
I ITIl'l'RA KISKIMKH
Arc fold everywhere. Price: Ct'TITOBA.SOo. ;
KteOLviNT, 11.0 HoP. 2oe. 1'utikm Dkuu
anuChim'CAL Co., ltoaton, Mara.
Nend lor "How to fare 8k In DIs
eniinp Pimnle. Skin Plemiehol and
UnUDO, jjby Humors cured by Cuti-
tL,Ai I tK a new, original, ele-
lant and infallible antidote to
rain and Inflimmatlon, baniftu.
inw Kheumatic. NeuralKio, Kel
a io. Sudden. Sharp and Nerveua
Pain! H.hy man". At druggist, ricj
-:. II I AL PRIZE, 70,000. -ca
Tlnkcla ooly $S Sbaiee 1"
Louisiana State Lottery Co.
" WH aaresw eerfifv that ee nuierwin IA
. . - .f ... i i i
arraHffeMuor au in ai owi vmr
lri brawiw a tkt Loinaa State Lottery
Comrw. and penon manaf and control
tAe Urftiiif lewtalf, and that tht tamt
mi MmAsu niA kowittv. fairneM and m
good faith tovard ail rati . and im aKfaorue
cae uompany io imw mm ww"J"t.ww' T
neitiet o our nrMUm anaeMa, m v ma
aSMVill pay Good
Prices Tor MOTE8, GIN
of all descrlptloiu. Send
and Prices Paid.
UNr. W. SPSSSfLSf, Jr.
1 ' 75 Vaiioe Street, Mem Tali! w. Tenp.
NAPOLEON U1LL, FreeidenU W. N. WlLKERSON, Ylce-rresldea
His CityPire & Eeilliui.
DOKM A GEXEBAL FIKK AND MARINE BUKIXEHS.
A QUARTER OF A MILLION'DOLLARS FULL PAID CAPITAL
H. FIIBaTENHKIM. WM. I. COLE, JAM1SS K11I.LY:
..........rT. TV 1. UVL'UU
Odice 1! ?7afliMhn Street, Jlemnlilw. Tenn
C. B. tflTBSMAN.
M'GEQEE & WITESUAI1,
369 MAIN ST!. MEMPHIS, TENN.
J. T. PAEGA80N. J. A. HUNT. 0. C. HEIR. B. A. PARKER. E. L. WOODSON
J. T. FARGASON M CO,
Wiiolssale Grocers & Coilon Factors,
189 Front Street, Memphis, Tenn.
Cotton consigned to ne will hive our careful attention
meuwu avw vi
We earrv at all timee a well-
nr. ihm umtiAttLrmM. Rnmka nnd Banker,
nlL Primtm drawn tu zae Lonunana
Ntatt iMttena cncn mav ot preteerea w onr
J. II OOLKSBT.PrM. La. Nal'l Rnnk
BALDWIH, Frew. H. O. Hal. Bh.
Insornoratod In lHbetor twenty-ve yeari
bv the uegialature for Lduoational and
Cuaritable uurpoaoe with a oapital of II,
(KiO.flOD to which a reierve fond of over $550,
0U0 hiu nince been added.
By an overwneimini popuiai vow lie
franchire wa made a part of the present State
Onnititolluu, adopted December 2d, A.D.
Tht mlv Lottery met nttd on and indorted
III ihe peefi oi any State. . ,
It never tcatet or potfponel.
Ill Clrand Mloarl limber Urawlnc
Ink lri manlhljr, aa4 tbr
traordlaary ltrawinaa ralrly v
ry lbra nionilia Inetead Af atml
Aonnally na.Uerflolarr, brKlnalDg
A SPLENDID OPPOHTTJIITT TO
Wl A rOH'I'CNK. FOURTH GRAND
DRAWIN8, CLASS , iiiTIIB ACADEMY
OF MUSIC, NKWOKLKAN8, TUESDAY,
April ll,la!ll-ltll Uonthlj Drawing.
CAPITAL PRIZE, 075,000.
rractluaa, laFinha, Iu
LIST OF PRIZES.
1 Capital priie...
Stap!e & Fancy Groceries, Wines, L!quor,Tobacco & Cigara,
I n1 will "oil a" I.w aa tla lAtmemt.
TBE MUTUAL m 1. C
RltllABD A. McCBKDY, i ; i : : President.
ASSETS, : : : : : : $109,000,000
Ba Forfeiture. VtirapeM
Surrender Valnea Indoraed on Polleloa.
la tlia World.
1 Capital priie...
1 Capital rriae
5 Priaei of 2 )...
10 Priiei of 1(H)...
20 Priaea of 5(M.
1( Priiei of 2li0 ..
AIM Priiei of 100...
fW Prlaea of SO...
lOOOPriaeaof 25 20.000
9 Approximation priiea ol I7M1 'S
9 Approximation priie of SUO I.tIO
9 Approximation priiei of 250 2.2(0
Iney Are Hot Rorrjr. -
There Is one thinK nobwly ever re
grett Hint i, the ilny ihey llrtt adopt
ed Terkei'e Ionic as their regular fam
ily medicirjo. lie range ia ao wide,
ndjita good effect eo sure, that noth
ing elee, except Rood nursing, are
needed in a ureet in.jirity. of cisee.
Bay it, try it, and afterward it will not
require my p iv.ee from up.
1967 Priiei, amountinnto f26o.50
Application for ratal to clubs (hould be
roM only to the effico of tho Companyin
New Orleani, ,
For further Information write clearly,
givinr lull address. PN TA L NO T IX, Kx
preii Money Orders, or New York Exchange
in ordinary loiter. Currency by Kxpren (all
lumh of " and upward at our expenie),
addressed M. A. D AVPH1K,
Nw Orleans, la.
Or M. A. OAI'PHI..
Wanhlnirlon. D. I ..
er at A Wnl Court HU, Hemphla, Ten a
JSiike P. O. Money Orders payable
ami addreje ReiriRlered Letters to
HCVI OKI KAKM RATIONAL. HAKK,
:. .n.r. Bw erleaia, l.a.
a t.-fi-xl. hihskinb. ivc.iD.. iii
JNO. P. WILKERSON, Agent,
IVo. 2 Toiton Fxliwnge Bunding, THinpMn
j?ila. i4a,s; "V57'tn.ta.
AT CRAIG'S SEED STORE,
Farming Tools, Grass Seed, Garden Seed, Onion
, Sets,lMiUet, I ,
CORN AD COTTON PLANTERS.
R, G. CRAIG & CO., MEMPHIS.
SLEDGE ItROS., of Como, 5f iss.
1 .... ' i rrV''
Jlr li,.w l'.t MBiffw nr K.M-
wTreVl Wrrmnft1"rl.v El.mlKIO
rftyt RffInri wtirn eilM of
Klmnu.ofN.V..ndhondrrd.4bei. Pamp. free
UAbNinO tlAl.T08C0.3l3M,ehrt. 8. Leoie.
Non RpsldPht Netlce.
No. WO,' R.P.-In the Chancery Court of
Shelby oounty. TenB.-Stte ot Tennesiee
et al. v. Mirtha M. Parker et el.
It appeimni mm tne iworw ihm. v
titina in thia cn that the defendants, the
hein of Angela Ovetto. are unknown and
their narooi and places of residence cannot
be ascertained after dillacnt iniuir : they
are the owners of part of block J. Butler ad
dition. "ISS feel, outh side of Butler street,
l. teet east of Tenaessee street, on which
taxei are in L. Lamb, reoeiver of the old
oityof Merophia, and they are made parties
defendant to thil proceeding for the collec
tion ol delinquent due aid receiver,
because of their interest in nid properly
It is therefore ordered. That tney niake
their appearance herein, at ibe courtncnie
of Shelby county, in Meniphi. ". or
before the nrst Munday i May. )t6, and
n Ml. an. wee or demur v iimvu
V--- . . , U U .rl .
F. X XOK FLEET, BMdnt Tartiier.
1 M-v jmJiA Mtt uk. 1 OCH MMnfttrbin,
TTo. 3B5 "Front Streftt ramT)r.a Te,wT-i
l a? ca m-'
i i r.'t ki iii u in w a ii
taf laB Eai tk' ;.oi u r w w t.
i. in ..
'And Commlision merchant- 1 : ,f .
232 and 234 Front SL, Memphis, Term.
METWEKM ADAMS kNU ai(JnrEBNH. '
Mr I. X. RAISKT devote hit whole time to the weVhlB and ea'e of all Cotton aoWMUi
Mr. 1. lull-AO hm. Cotton Wrhnti....Wlt.hir.ton.tTe.t.
amenitnieots thereto of M.
Thli lowder never Turies. A ttarrel ol
purity, irenth and wholf souienesi. More
economical thai tbe ordinar: kinds, ana
cannot l. eoU ll competition '.h the
rauliiteda et low test, shur weiiht alatr or
rboeidirte powderi. S"M o'ii 'nM. Roval
E i a i vo l'nwr. To.. 1'" t ... VewTc.rh.
John OvmTOS, Jr.. C. S. GnosTtsoa.
OVERTON & 6R0SVENQR,
Real Estate Dealers
K;i'" aV mtOKKKN.
Office, 204 econd Street.
L.ttme. receiver! of the old cnyoi meui
pUis.ortheiuroewiHbeUken for conlessed
as to them and set fir he-rinr ex pane! and
that a copy of Win oroer oe raousaeu o -week,
tor four sacoes? iva weeka. in the Meui
Phi Apteal. Thil iVth day of March, le.
A rirMVDUWELL, Clerk and Master
By H. F. Wlih,Iepnty Clerk and Master.
Mclcalf. Sol, t 't coroi'ln't.
a. a. li.
U aad Caar.
TJOVOflT AND BOLD.
faid, KenU Collected, ate., oa
So. .MTV k. (M.-S?UW of Tennesree. Shelby
' county. Office of County Court OeA. Maa
Phis, fene"a,Mrh J. hn
Lwirue. Public Administrator, .if t'balby
o onty, ana ai cn Aemimi-iraiwr oi tu
est.te of W. I. Pryor. deceised:
HWISU nicf'ted thinolvericyore
'sUtavfW.T. I'rycr, deceased, yon are
hereby ordered to five n'" j Iwifi'r."
ment in stme newparar published within
The said Pute. and also at the 0r-H";
dcor ol t?helby cunty. f.r all persons ha vine
rlainia apuin-i s.id esle. to appear and hie
the same, authenticated in tbe muttier pre
icribcd by law, on or before the 1st day of
July, ISM'-, and any claim not filed on or be
fore said day. or before, an appropriation ot
the funds of saiiusute is made, shall be for
ever barred. bMh in law arid eunity. Wit
ness my hand.i office, this S-'ih day of
March. IS. fUHJH B. CULLEN. Clerk.
B,- 0. L. McDonald. Deputy Clerk.
Hotice ii hereby ( iveu aa required by tbe
wtd JOHN L0AC1VE, AdtciBii'.ntoT.
m Chickasaw Ironworka
."a Ax JOUX E. BAXDLE A IU, PB0PB
Nil'.: - :-:j:iia.i.
l wo oecono oi. wempnia, en".
4VF1JXDERS & MACHINISTS,
MAXTJIACIVRBRS A5D DEALERS IU
nitlue, Hollers KarnilllH,
. BradJord Corn and Wheat Mill?,
Cotton Preen. Cotton tilnn.
Slaaiting, Pnlljis tu.
r Et'IAa. WOriCK-'We are prepared ta 411 erdere.
cn acir notice, forth ele rated Pel
WroaKki. - rrnll. Wa rarrr ia ftoe ever
Two Hundred Anorte4 aatu
0W Send for Oataloyite anl Price-list. .
AND TRUST COMPANY.
LOl'IS HAN ACER.
S. H. BROOKS, ,
JAMES S. ROBINSON,
YICHAKL OAVIX. J. 9. HAND W KRKSR
TUOMAS BOYI.K. DAVID P. HA DDKS.
T H MILBl'RS, 'JAMES A. OMBKRU,
SOL COLEM AN. KWD. 00LDSM1TH.
u l K aTZENBEROER. HARDV I r
: . .... -
mt Deposit, received in luml of le and upwnra. ana interest euoweu oa e.u .
aa-W.0k'and sell local InvetiJit Bonds and Securttiee generally, pay taxee, act aa
..T lit. in lonlrW. at. any iaancial bu.inw. r.g.r'.nt a .are and reetwaiible
EWI). tiOLUSailHe icfI'reetaenv.
aa-MeTs'sne draft, In same te ioit purchaser., on all part of Enrol.
SwU"Ja coiamodou Vault for the depont l valuable, which U at tfce
our customers. -
n. p. HIDDEN. President.
J AXES JUT1U3, Cler.