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MEMPIIIS DAILY APPEAL F1RDAY. APRIL 9, 18SG.
YIOLEKE TO BE AVOIDED
BY THE STRIKERS IT EAST ST,
Interview With thief Srcretarj Tnr
ner at PlilUrte lihi t xrltrme lit
at Lome, Tex.
St. Lovm, Mo., April P. The strik
inn Knights of Labor in East St. IOuii
have prcecrved perfect order this
raornioB and have made no demon
trationa. Deputy HherifTx and United
State Marshall, armed with revo vers
and Winchester rifles, are on guard at
the Beyeral depot to prevent a repe
tition of yesterday's outrages. No
trouble in anticipated to-day, for at
the mam-meeting of strikers yesterday
their leaders advi ed that violence be
avoided, and it is generally under
stood that the strikers will act upon
this advice, several trains nave al
ready been sent out, and as many
more have arrived, no interference
having been attempted by the strikers
What Chief neareias-w lorsir Maya
PiiiLAnBLrfiiA, Pi., April 8. The
jiecora tins morning pnnu an inter
view with Hocretary Turner, of the
Knights of Labor, who stopped here
to day on his way to Seranton to eon
fer with Mr. Powderly. He said: "We
were willing to make many sacrifices
to have the troubles in the Southwest
settled, bat it appenrs from event
that Jay Gould and II. V. Hoxie will
not have it that way; When we ar-
rived in fct. Ixmis wc fonnd that tho
company would, in reality, employ no
KniL'hM ol Uibor. V hat was worse
they were dipeharging members of the
order who had never participated in
tlio strike, for instance, the telegnipl
operators were not called out, as they
were neeewary for the safe r jnning of
passenger trains, which have not been
interfered with. JV'anvof these have
been discharged, the Knights invaria
bly going when removals were made
In fact, instead of no discrimination
it was all discrimination. As
a consequence, there was no
chance for the men to make up their
portion 01 1110 Armtration Uommittce
provided for in New York. Strikers
who wcro Knights could not get em
ploymei when they offered, in obe
dience to the order, to return to work.
It would have been easy to form our
s;de of tho committee with men who
' had taken the strikers' places anil who
nan no grievances to armtr, te. With
this state of affairs facing them the
General Board had no course open to
it other than the recall of the order to
resume work. The matter now rests
with District Assemblies 101, 03 and
1 1. i see no chance ol a settlement.
In fact the situation is worse now than
it ever was. Mr. O uld is undoubt
edly responsible for the failure to keen
the agreement. The Fort .Worth
affair is unfortunate, and the order.
being opposed in every way to such
. measures, should not be held resnonsi
bio for it The people were driven to
dcperaion, and tho deputy sheriff
wno leu uie posse, is a well ynown
desperado. He has quite a history in
that line. The dispatch sent hv Mr.
Hoxie to Gould every day, telling of
ireignt trains moving ireelv, are un
true. There ia practically ho freight
traffic to and from St. Louis, and along
the line, except a few empty cars or
uiunn ii iiea wim armea men. Mr.
Gould Ulks of tho weakness of the
Knights. We I. he mav think d Her.
ently beforo tho end of the present
iruuDie. -ne wno nuigns last laughs
uiwi, cuuciuueu air. i urner.
BrMjt BiibIuk Near Lamu,
ltiwton, Tux., April 8.-A
peeuu te the Ami from Waco, Tex ,
says: About 1 o'clock yesterday aft
ernoon the Mimouri Pacific railroad
agent hero received a dispatch from
Jjorena, Tex., informing him that
nity mFBkcd men were on their way
to destroy the long bridge nine miles
south of this point. The report was
subsequently confirmed by a conduc
tor on a belatod south-bound train,
who saw thirty-five of a party of
masked men making their way in the
direction of the bridge referred to.
Sheriff Harris was immediately in
formed of tho fact. Ho instantly col
lected a posse and boarded a special
train and proceeded to tho thieatenud
point on the Missouri Pacific railway.
There will be blood shed if the au
thorities and masked men moot and
there is at least no hesitation shown
on their nurt to surrender. The City
Marshal has his force assembled and
will go to tho assistance of the county
authorities should they lie resisted.
Latrr 12:30. -The latest informa
tion brought in by somo cattlemen ia
that tl;e aiaaked men began tearing
up the tracks immediately after the
passenger train had passed south, and
have commenced destroying the long
bridge. This report, however, lacks
confirmation. The sheriff and posse
have had time to reach the bridge.
Farther details are eagerly awaited,
and are expected at any moment. At
Waco the Light Infantry are in the
armory awaiting orders, while the ex
citement is intense.
PlMB BLUFF Comnurcird ; A
first thing a crank thinks of when he
pins his majority in thii frtate is to
mcome a law-maker.
Uttlb Konr. Cu tie on the Senate's
aiiacs upon the President: Tho stand
taken, ty tho administration has met
with hearty approbation throughout
ma TOimuj, ana lias added to its pop
uttm-kock Demoeml on the civil
service law: The law is a fixture and
wiii remain, it may not alwavs be
iiunxn , wun me vigor which charac
terise Mr. CJ volan.l s ad m i n intration.
" "eiy ki oe repealed. ,
AtieBBTA" niHte: Boycotting is'
'"uiiin nature that no
man has a right to complain at. be-
;wniK)ie to suppose
that any man nil not give preference
tothoee whaare mosi favorable to
, AueparA Turtle: When Jay Gould,"
in speaking of tlie strike, said: "The
fact that their grocery biils are press
ing thesa on all aides is helping to
" ne gave tue key
note to all the trouble produced by
tho strike, .
Thk Little RocV Ikmorrai on the
Carrolllon maswicre: The Western
mobs are equally as disgraceful as
those of Mississippi, and it is no great
er crime to shoot down a room full of
negroes than it is to destroy a like
number of Chinese.
Fost Smith Tribune: ,The govern
ment saves os daily weather reports
through !ie Signal Ollice, but jt is
doubtful if cne-lmlf of our people can
tell what tlit Signal Ollice is. There
is not the proper interest taken in this
matter by our biiKiness men.
Ltttlb Rm'K (tizf on tho secrecy
standing rule: The c? noted rule otlers
a premium to men ever ready to stab
a man in the dark, but who shrink
from the light altolish the secret
sesoion. Let the people's business be
transacted in theif presence.
Thb Pine Blur Commercial warns
tho people of Arkansas, against the
denudation of tlt-ir forests that has
set in, and says: J We already feel the
influence of this (nurse in relation to
our fruits, etc.. aid it would seem to
be the part of wisdom to adopt such
measures as woull prevent what will,
in time, be a gre4 public calamity."
Camokn Fracon This thingof run
ning all roads to ilfice, through dram
shops, or forcing candidates to spend
the worth of thuotlice (before they
can get it) in treating the free and in
telligent voter, to Jeep bis mind made
up, or the other fellow from getting
him, is a practice that reflects discredit
upon both the candidate and the
A BL00I.Y CONFLICT
BETWEEN AMERICANS AND MEXI
CANS AT LAKEIHI.
rive Hn Killed aad a Kantbor ol
Other DaaareronalT Woaadcd
'Uelalla or aalr.
Galvmtoh, Tx, April 8 The
Keim'i Urvdo special lays: Laredo to
light is in tackcli Ui and asbe. Tne
intense exii euieDt ai.d lawlessness
which l revailed here the past fott
night eulminkted ttis evening in a
bloody rict. Therein is a r. bated
to a (irtnlar which a pp. a red this
moining, anr onnring that the Demo
crats would hold fut tral sirvires at 4
P.m. over the party known beieai
"Huarchep." Diiect'y aftt-r the up
pearauce of the cirrn ar itwa-inj-nounctd
that the liiieri'lies pany
would prevent, by force, any such
demonstration. At4p.m. Urn tr(e!s
leading to a p dnt where the Demo
cratic procession was nniwnnci d to
ftirt, weie blockt d i h aimed n,en
Later, the Dead rutic ban I and the
procession wonad down Main H'rn-
and turned it.ti tiie irmn )laz
When the head of the colamn hid
reached the front nf Martin's hU r', a
p.rly of men, armed w 1 1 Wit.ohes.tis
and revolvers, ch'g d ;he r ceesior.
ltstanily over IOj armed men he
ctina engaged in deud y cm fl.ct,
and for half an hour a
regular la'tle raeed alone lh
trdts. Darirg the coi flict a
a small cannon whii h had heen ustd
by the Ui:arches party was fired dowu
the street and is said'ti lave been
loaded with rails and tnts. Bv
oci' ck'p ni, the mob spirit was su
prcrae. Woid was d spa ched to Co
barnard, commant'ant at Fort Mela
tosh, that the heavy bring in the cit
was ratified tv a Mexican attar
from the other side of the Rio Grande
It took but a few moments ti double-
quick two companies of ii.laitry iot
iowd, oeiore wr om the moo anlck
disappeared. The casualties so f ir as
known are five killed and three
mounded. Ah tbekilltd are Mtxicon
except one, a young American named
Ureckwr. Ibe Democrats claim the
were fired into, and acted on the Hh.
TIIE GIUE.VFIEL1) DISASTER.
Tne Bearrta for the Vodlm Con I In
Grssnfiki.d. Mass.. Anril 8. It U
inougnt twenty persons havo beer
seriously injured and seven killed
with a score of others more or less in
iured. Two more bodies, the last
be extricated from the wreck, have
oeen inenuneu m u. A. Temple ol
Wakefield, Mass.. and Chas. A. Dar.
gan of Boston 1 wo young girls whose
names are nnknown, are reported to
De among itiose lost.
A wrecking train sent from Shel
burne Falls, and a relief train from
Greenfield, did much to alleviate the
suffering. Only three persons are
known to have escaped uninjured
nreman ivicnarnson lost part ot one
of his hands. He ran to w est Deer-
neld, however, and telegraphed the
notice of the wreck. The east track
is ton up for a distance of twenty
rods. The western tracs is clear, and
the trains for the east will probably
use it in passing the scene of the
wreck.! J '
nierriu, neeiev, superintendent of
the national hx press Company, who
wua injured last nigiu in me accident.
(lieu tins morning. lirakeman Spen
cer was mo one wnose Dndv was
found in the wreck last niirhtwitli the
bodies of two unknown commercial
travelers. Engineer Littlejohn can
not nvo viu nignt. two bodies were
brought here this mo ning by a wreck
ing mum. vjiio was Kieniiueii as n.. k.
Hayden. The other man was about
sixty livo or seventy years old and
was Kientineii as J. K. tiuu d of
Abingdon, Conn. Nicholas Yariran of
Greenfield, agent of the Fleischmann
Yeast Company, had his shoulder
fractured and was injured internally.
W 11 wii. ii..: o
Y., was Injured slitrhtlv.
C. P Bell of Nashua savs there were
several persons in the water below
him, but he saw none of them iret
astiore, ann ne Believes they were
drowned. The search for bodies ia
still progressing. Thirtv-five nassen
cers ann ten train nnniiti vum nn
board. John Crowley of North Adams
was on the train, and is wildlv insane.
These bodies have been found and are
at Shelburne Fulls: Viola Liltlejnhn,
O Littlejohn, E F. Whitehouse, Bos-
von ; aiark spencer, urakeman : Chas.
The body of Mr. Whitehouse was
Itiund in the river, under a car. A
body just found is believed to be that
of Agent Whitehouse of the New Eng
land and Boston Line. The body of
v-nnries mi ruin ol lioston ihas also
Moadjr to omlnnr Nwm Jonm'a
Work at '4a.
Cbicaoo, III., Apnl 8. A commit
tee, of which the Dr. Barrows is
chairman, has been appointed by tlio
"Varigelical ministers of this city to go
immediately to Charleston to invite
Dwight L. fo,dy to come to Chiciigo
and continne the work begun by Sam
Jones and Sam Small. The intention
is to have Mr. Moody conduct a series
of - mammoth meetings Lena, com
mencing April 18th.
Wonld be s trcthfnl r sue ti give Dr.
Pierce's "G"lden Medicnl Difcoverv."
'he most f&caeiou medicine r t die-
cnveied for arresting theearly devilop
ment i i pu'mm t disease. 'But "cin
sumpt oi cure" wonld not snfficiently
muicaiti ii e ope oi in innnenee and
iieiilnees In all the mm y diaeass
hirh spring from dri-nemert f
the liver snd blood th "D'covery" is
a f i end sure specific Of hll drug
Hnaihiro Vfn AaaMrloilnn.
Auc.i'ST-, Oi.. April f. At the an
nual meeting of the outhern Press
AssiKiution vesterdav a vote wits taken
in favor of the use of type-writers by
operators taking press reixirt as is now
dun) by tin Associated 1'nws.
FORTY -SLYTll CONGRESS.
SILVER BILL KILLED IX
By tbfl DrclhlTc Tots or 1C1 to 12C
The Free Coluage Bill Also
Washinotos, April 8. Haul Tlio
Spea er laid bef ru tho House com
m n ation from the acting Secretary
of the Treasury, iuclotting a raft of a
bill a thorizing the call' uling and de
struction of securities of the United
States mutilated in the process of
printing or remaining in excess of tho
amount required for issue. Referred.
Mr. James N. Y called up the sil
ver bill, and Mr Anderson (.Kas. in
quired whether an opportunity would
be given for the ottering of amend
ments. The Speaker stated that, according
to the order of the House, the pre
vious question was Ui be considered at
M r. Anderson then asked that at 4
o'clock an opportunity be given to
mcmbeii to offer amendments.
Mr. Kandull Pa objected to any
change being made in the order of the
Mr. Dibble S. 0 1 siwke in oppotii-
tion to the
Ala 1 premised
speech with the declar lion that in
tho 1 resident and in the success of his
administration lay the hope of Demo
cratic ascendency and ho had no sym
pathy with those Democrats who
seemed to think the hopu of Democ
racy lav in the destruction of the pres
ent administration. Ho favored the
rehabilitation of silver, but did not
think this government by itself was
equal to the ta.-k of rehabilitating it.
Any attempt to do this by the passage
of the pending bill would result in an
income of silver and outgo of gold.
Mr. Bland 1 o. asked leave to
withdraw the motion entered ly him
yesterday to recommit tho bill, but
Mr. Morgan Miss. objected.-'
Mr. Bland quoted from an nrtielo in
a innmiiig paper a statement that he
did not expect a majority of the
Houso to vote for free coinage. It
was unnrressay for him to deny that
that statement was made without
any authority from him. Ho
hoped that the House would do its
duty, and would pass the bill.
Mr Tillman H. 0. advocated un
limited coinage of silver, and Mr. Lit
tle O. too ' the opposite view.
Mr. McKenna (Oal.J thought that
the true and lasting liite.ests of bi
metallism would not be conserved by
free coinage. -"fif M ""
Mr. Brown Penn.l spoke in support
of a double standard, and vigorously
combatted tho proposition to suspend
Messrs. Hiscock and Hewitt N. Y.
opposed tho bill.
Mr. Bland Mo. then obtained
unanimous consent to withdraw his
motion to recommit the bill.
Mr. James N. Y. then took the
floor and yielded to Mr. Dibble S. C
to offer an amendment providing that ,
unless in tho meantime, through con
current action of the nations of Europe
with the united Mates, silver lie tie
monetized prior to tho 1st of July,
1-81', then and thereafter so mich of
the act of Hcbrnary 2 1ST 8. as a'u
thonged and directs the Secretary o
th Treasury to nurohaso silver bull
ion ami cituso tho siuiie to be coined
shall be suspended until further action
The amendment was defeated yeas.
r4; nays, zoi.
Tho tiiestion then recurred on the
engrossment and third reading of the
hill, and it was decided in the nega
tive yeas 120, nays HU. So the bill
1 b BMI.
Tho Senate unanimously passed tho
Ho- so bill for the erectiou of a build
ing for a Congressional library without
The Senate then resuiund considera
tion of the bill some weeks since laid
over, grunting to tho Kansas and Ar
kansas Knilrond Company a right of
way through tho Indian Territory. .
The pending question was on Senator
Van Wyck's proposed amendment pro
hibiting the issue of any nioro stock or
minim intiii vtuuiu reprweui mu actual
cost of building and equipping the
Senator Piatt suggested an addi
tional amendment that no shares of
the stock of tho company shall be
transferable until 50 1 erc.ent.of its par
vaiue snau nave oeen paid m actual
shares. The amount paid in to be
sworn to by thecompany'sotlicers.false
swearing about irto constitute perjury.
The amendment and others in the
same direction offered in succession
by Senators Sabin, Sewell and George
led to a aiscussion on the general sub
ject of railroad stock watering.
The amendments were voted down
and 'ho bill passed - yeas 30, nays 8.
benator liawes reported from the
Appropriations Committ e the Indian
appropriation bill with amendments,
ana gave notice that on the legislative
oay next alter to-morror he would
call it up for action. The 'bill was
placed on the calendar
The Washington Territory bill was
placed before the Senate, and Senator
Voo bees spoke in advocacy of his
amendment, which consists of an en
abling act for the admission of Mon
tana territory. N-nators I'latt and
Harrison opposed the amendment,
("enaior teller lavoreu the bill now
before the Committee on Territories
Senator Voorhees's amendment was
voted down by a party vote yeas li),
nays 23. The Democrats voted in tho
affirmative, the Republicans in the
Senator Etlstis moved to amend bv
confining Uie right of sufl'rage in the
proposed new State to qualified male
electors only. He supported his
amendment in some remarks, in which
ho maintained that if Congress agreed
to tho bill as it mood, admitting female
suffrage, the Statu of Washington
could elect a female United States
Senator. One result of that would be
that the problem of secret sessions
would be instantly solved fLanghter.1
On the aueetion of the constitutional
qualification of a female Senator for
example as respects age great laugh
ter, in which tlie remainder of Senator
Eustts's sentence was lost.
Senator Beck remar-ed taCtov crthat
the women would never be old enough
to come within the constitutional lim- j
kation as to age. Renewed laughter.
Senator Lustis characterized wom-
i suflrage as a demoralizing proposi
tion, and as "oflensiveand destructive
to tiie institution of the family." A
long discussion ensued, but without
reaching a vote the Senate adjonroed.
Internal Revenue Notice.
Vimpbih. Ta! . Ap'i' S, l.x.
DEAbEPS in 1 i.ara, 10 ao o and Liquors
of ,vini li,-. 1 aim , ,d i, rrimum
country, ao h-r-by cotiOe l tba thov can
procure aie ial tn staipafriear hem
mi a May, I y api.hl to l ei uiy Col
Ire'or W. 1. Fre-man, at bute atonal
Bank, Urmpbi-i le a 1,
JOtiX I, ilIlaLSMiN, CoUmIon
The First Sign
Of falling health, whether in tho form of
Night 6weaU and Xervouaneni, or in a
cue of General Wcarlnesi and Lost of
Appetite, should tuggest the nwsof Ayer's
Sarsaparitht. Ttila preparation la luot
effective fgr glviujr tone aud atreugth
to the enfeebled tTntem, promoting the
digestion and ailinllation of food, restor
Ing the nervous forces to their norma
condition, auJ for purifying, enriching,
and vitalizing the blood.
TB yesra mro my health began to fall.
I was troubled with a Ulatreslng Couuh,
Night SweaU, Weakness, and Nirvoua
nea. I tried virions remedies prescribed
by different phvsleiaus, but became so
weak that I could not so up atnlra with
out shipping to rest. My f i-iemls recom
mended uie to try Ayer's SarwiparlllH,
which I did, ami I am liow as heiilihv sud
atroug as ever. Mrs. K. L. Williams,
I linve used Aver'a Sarsnparilla, In my
family, tor Scrofula, und know. If It
taken faithfully, that tt will thoroughly
eradicate this terrible disease. I have ulso
prescribed it as a tonic, lis well as an alter
ative, aud must any that I boneMlv believe
It to be the best blood medicine ever
eomioun,led. W. V. Fowler, D. D. 8.,
II. 1)., Urceuville, Teuu.
It would bo hnposxlble for mo to do
scribe what 1 suflerud from Indigestion
and lled:uhc up to tlio timo 1 began
lakhi? Ayer's Sarsnparilla. I was under
the rare of various physicians and tried
a great ninny kinds of inciflcliien, hut
never otiiniiiril mora Umn tei, jiorary re
lief. After Uklug Ayer's Sarxnpnrilla for
a rdiort time, my !e.-.daehe disappeared,
ami my stoiniieh pri formod ilsduiics more
perfectly. To-day my health U coin
pletely restored, Sbiry llarlev, Spring-tit-Id,
I luivo been greatly benefited by the
prompt use of Aver'a SannparlllH. It
tonen and invigorate thoayatein, rcyrulntca
tlio action of the digestive and iisniiuihitive
oiymis, mid vilillzcs the blood. It t,
wiliioiit doubt, tho most reliable Mood
Juiiillcr yot discovered. II. 1. Johnson,
3 Atlantic avo., Brooklyn, N. Y.
rrspsred by Dr. J. C. Ayer t Co., Lowell, Uass.
rrionSl) nil lmttles, S5.
(dl'COMjoUH T (i. U. HuLnT A BKO.)
r0 MAIN ST.. MKMPII1N.
A FULL and eompiata ttnek ol Wood snd
Mrtnllie Cases and Caskets, Cloth-CoT-erd
Cankets and Huriil KoIkis alwnys nn
h ind, mr Orders b telwrai h rromptlf
Non-Keslilcnt N itici.
No nt3, R. D.-In 'he Chnoo-y C n-t of
Sin lt,y cunnty, Tenn. Th'i Ha'eofTen
rr,s e and Coun-y uf 6belby vs. L. K.
ltarkdale et ai.
It pi-arins from hn bill whieh is sworn
to in III it chop hit the Hifondai.t.. Huinii
lluvnur in a a-iitonto: TfXus; A, draw Mow
ri ia a resident of LnulsmiiH : T P. Cham
born, tiu-te ,a i-iiUnt cf Arknn'': it nil
that they are a'l n- n-rertidonta ot the Htnti
ofTeiin MMi tli rsi t,-i,oo nt th- limrs of
M. J. Areli,ii(l, deooHMcd. of Jo Lowerv, uf
t, hoi.-iul k. Kavnpr.'lao iw. d. i,l W 111, am
(1 iflin, i, John I'. Uriffin, nf John T. (Irei-
ory tin, I wle M r, 1II4. ul cornar'tinn is-ll,
A. P. For J. J P C.invheil. i,f thi widim
and he,r nr E. I hv, it(-ce,aed ; 0. N. Milh-r,
tm.e, Muten J nvs, A. J. Looni-y: of the
heimoi J. i. I) M'ller. dec ired: Jbn T
L e, Pierre Van A L tine: nt 1 be hvr ol Mil
ton A. h'r, dre,iae,; of II. H. Winir. 'le-
ei.ittKi: M'irtha J. J rC n and. l. W. 1,
cv, A A. llo,,rd and bit wile. Mr-, - Uo-
fj"rd, Jof,n B. K. Cowan; of the beir of M
i. L. Hankin. dee,aid. Mary T. Rankin
J, sei'h U- Krtkiu Miitlloiw II Kunkin, are
unknown at d owiinnt be afeerliiiiiHd alter
diliaent inquiry; this bill i filert to collect
taaei due luo rtutoltiid county on lota owned
by b ?e nainel iiartit-s aud vu.ru, u ttaer
I' ia tnerefore nrd red, Tht they make
lner an, earane liiein, at Ina 1 uurt-llouia
ol snelby county, In iMeini'hin. Int. 11., on or
before the Brat Monday iu M,.y, latto, and
I'lean, nnaWf-r r demur tn coiuMai'trnl bi,
or the lame will be taken f ,r oonfeased aa to
th, in 4iid s t lor hea, ins n 1 art, ; nr. d that
a enoy ot thlsmd. r be 1 ublmh- d once a week,
I, r 1 ur sueois ire wreha, in ILo Api'val.
l tin Jlal day nt .vnron, lam.
A Cor y - tin : tha
r-. I Mcl- K' I.. Cler' and Matter,
rty II. V. Walah, 11 puly I!. A M
,ee rl bornton, fol oiinr 'or ootindainant.
No. &)77, R. D. In the t'hnnaerr Court of
hbelby Uuuntit, lena. -tate nt lennes
ee, lor its own ute, ett., vs. 1. Ji. Cuilton
It ucoarini from hill which ia swnrn to in
this cuuxe that the detondut is. Caleo Coi
and J 'Bopti li vi ethur ll, are r, n.tenta 1,1
I,eunsyv,,nlat tint i.feaora PVtirtamann
is a iei 'ent ot Miaaoorl: ih.t J, set h II Hill
is a rstldent of lw 1 : that iVni Harbour is a
repidrni ottm lorki lht Kuoiid ll .r'and
laara-idon' of 1 ouiaiana: thit H () Will-
lama and fhoiuai J Mieks are re,idsnts of
Arkanrai, and 'hat a I ,, tha above, as aell
as ( hris'ni her W M, Kiaaiok. a-e Dnn-rrai-
dents of the State o' Tennessee; 'hat the
p aees ol residenue of w W Walker and
Mary J Park) r ara ankaown and sinnnt In
ascertained after d l sent I' uiry; aad ihat
tne nau ts ,-n,i piaoet nr r'smenee or uie
heirs of A W Vanlier, dee'ed. made par
ties on acoun' m iatereat In lots 31 and 32.
block 4, K, rc Piekenu. and -f ihe heirs of
Mary J Parker, made pa ties on aeaonntef
- ... 1... 1 1 . L .. U l. J : :
eatsideof Hrnando toad; this lain sait
10 eni,roe iaa i-eus.
It is therelore erderrd. That the mak
their apiHraianoe ben-in, st Ihe Court-llouae
nf Shelby oouniy, in M. u,i h a. Teun.. on r
before the first Mnaday in May, Mi, and
1 lad, a swer er demur to oomplamanl's
bill, or the nme will betkio loreonfesred
a to Ibeiu and a-t lor beariua ex pirte; and
that a 0 py nf thif ,rder be tojil ib'l onea a
veek f r lour sunrea tve aet-ka in ihe Mem
phta Appeal. '1 h,t 1st day of April, 186.
H i. M"l'0VELb, Clark ant Master.
Ry J M. Mrad ev, I'onuly 0. and vi.
F. 11. and C. W.Uei kail. Solicitors for
Nn-SIM, R. D In tba Chane-y r0nrt of
bhe.by Uounty, lenn. htatn or Tennes
see, lor lUown use, eto , vi. J. B. Armour
It so, earlnt from bill whleh Is sworn to In
this c ure that the daiendmt, H. tt. '1 radar,
ia a resiuent nf AIi-atiaii p aod noo-ra- id,int
nt lennrsie; ana that tne riaoa nf ie"t
demeef Laqra H Ka kle, John fonnrll.
ore uniiey ana set, n n unarer, ir-
inia M Hardin, L us 1 Jot n",n, John
ititehell. J HUliver. tin. te. and Vf K Par
bam area,. I aobnowa a d eaunct be aicar
tainad aft rdiiiaeut ii'uiry;
1 a (hie ore nrdetexi. i n-' tne ell make
t air appear an oa krre'n, at the I ourt-Unes
oi; bhelny eoanty, is Memohi, Tenn. . oa ur
fee'urelbe nrsl aioiT In ay, is-b. era
plead, anwer or demur to en epleinant'
blil. or tha rawe will he Ul o fnr eenfes,ed
as to tbem and set tor be rio el r.artet and
thataeepy ef tin order ba pabllehet onee
a week lor 'oor inn-rt Iv weeks la the
M ii.pbis ApptaJ. This 1st day ef April,
A eopjr-Atle t;
H. I. MoUuWKLL, rierk and Vaster.
T"yJ M. Bralle. IlepatyO. and 11.
John Joh' fton, Sol l,,r e,,mnl'at. frl
IIX. V. HW A IN,
OJ R SECOND ST., MKMPHI8, TKNN.,
Zil J baa been in th-a eity 2 years, tre.t
inf all dl,ana of tb Rectum aa a CpeolU
1st with eni'erm sueoeas, eitboat ibe u eel
the kni or I aatuie. Iirea treat, d
Coartpation. Ii flawuiat on. Piln, Henli
tjlorr , flaie a, k ia oi, l'ol;pl, '"at.rrh
'trictur. Kxo'reenee around the Rent u 10
Pro ,-!, Frorrii, llemnrrt aae. rSa-m e
tlie eohinctua. t'krunie UurrLea and ehrooi,
ai'caae rnerl y.
Call and ree tertiinoniati.
Co s"ltation tiee. Al bom the seeend
andfnlirlh.a . of-a.rh , n f .
i t who wa deaf
I BUS and L't .'E.t'
-r'ad I meat ot tbe pnt.d speiatisti)
ted : with 1,1 benrBt train uiaaiLr a
thrrtf months, anl sino tlin huod'edaot
o'ber by 'awe prnne-a a plain, simplesnd
euro as'ul bnme trearrrrenl ,dmaa T, ti.
fAUK.liHaaitkUh bt..Nw VoTa C.lf.Q
WSW CARRIAGE FIRM
a-Uaylrf purehaaed th satire stuck ef Vehi
cles aad the Manufacturing Department of th
Wuodmff-OllTer Carriaa and llardwar Co., w
re better prepsred to mt th demands el the
trade la this tin than any kont in tk Seetb.
W ceoury tb eld stand of the eoropaay, wkieh
is the largest and mi-st eommodloo Rtpository
in tb country. W offer si eeial tndaoimeat
ia OPEN Bl'OOIES, of oar ows mak, si '',
aad TOP BUUUIES, of oar own make, at IHN.
All work folly tuarantd. A full tin of best
Eastern Work daily ei ckd and Uwsrt prices.
Call Before Ton Bay
'tlaylnc dlrpnaad of oar entire stock ef
hiel and the Mannfae'nrin
Mesara. TOMLIN A
d K.N J Ko. we beaixak
them a eoniiuasnee ol the patreaaso so lea
ealended I us.
CARRIAGE AU UAKDWAHIi COMPANY.
.rXTo. Q14 Main St.,
II iu just received a lante stock ef the
laUist styles of
CASMMEKES AXI WOKSrEDH
for Pants, whleS w wtP maV to order at
niaeh Inas than th uaual 1 rieea. H f will
make a irod all wool tan's Iur0l lall
and exam-he our good. Alao, a eetnpleta
ine o UKNTn' t UK.MIllNll (),)il'H
Iti the eotuiua season at our uiuul low
,. HEX! Kit, NO. 214 MAIN ST.
Young & Brother.
Booksellers and Stationers.
SIS Mulls SI,, M ciiiIiIm,T'iiii
Hlalilna: in Krltrei from Bnalsiew
Ve Wlter r Km lire,
STOCK AT COST.
1 M. STANLEY,
55 aladlaon SUre!. Memphis, Team
A FULL stoek of Wooden aad Metallle
Oases and Casket, llurial Hohes.ete.,
always nn hand. Order by Teleirapb or Tel.
e-'bone Prnmn'ly attenHed tn
AMH VIK AtiKNTIISN te th
' aas,irtinent o' samples foe Korins ana
Rummer wear, ehieh 1 have jast ra delved
from tn OluthiiK-Ordor Utpnituient 1 (
JOHN WAN A MAKER,
This hou-e does tho la-geit M iil-Onler
Clo'liin Burin! In the world, l'ioi.eer in
work'na nut the iilva. it has won a srreat oo
ees. by srrupul, n euro in Ailing Ihe orderi
of unseen ouato'ners.
The p (rent lomn marks a new sra It
thin ilep'riment ef ' heir bu.iuesa, ibe u,ean
ni.f whioh la even be'ter servee, eieou
live aDd moehanioal. This, with tha 'oi
priee, lar,, eboio of malerialr, and ainpl
(u iranlee 01 complete saiirritelion, suoui
live me a orst claim en your orders.
TIIOS. IC tMiOMMI.
1ft West Court afreet.
Fnr ij year :l :,j Court Plact., now at
a fa"ilnrrr rduMUd u4 kwkll oUlr1e4 pkjnkiM krt law
t luootenTBI, M Dlf pnmnm wu
mm all roriu
ONIO and B
Spermatorrhea and Im potency,
th mv of Mlf ftbuM w yovia, rtMl umm
.jri rT, or rthjr ostMM, kirl pnatientni itrMO
'iiWlfll ltt t. H(T-tawML spitml Kiutaairtta, m-
i ,1 liy dretma), DliunrM of Utiitt, btfretlvc Ur " , thy
il 'alliat. I'linttlem on ftM, Ar"i-n t HuOrtT oiYm1,
frttuftlBtuIl Of .'J-iWk, lrM of . I for, ta. IVntlweng
4rflAT) imisru or yjna)tpT, artj ifiornu nif tarn ru
vniU urI. St V T M f . IS o-IUv-i, Mr inltj
ir-Tv . -""n Gonorrhea,
jltKtll Htrirnir. OtultlUi, Hcrai, lur Huuuv!
jt null tl'tr rut 'ale? cU,ae) QtikltT irtxt.
It i as if.pyHnt thrU Kti alfflnn wliu p)irt4lUnit
$ h "'ln cImh if itla-wmatsi, ml irntlliK ttoi'aitlt atiiiti
III, ''iulriouklaklll. Ph)ni kiinwlniihu (Wn rfv.
- -'n,ninn' f rwoim to mf Mr V twm It U tbrwst.vt.iira! W
4 it h rtly fir- VNttuent, TMI rttir-l 0J Ivarm pflnvtcdj
"nil -.1 Iti If tiV Mall Of snirmua ftrtTWtiCf.
C Goaranteel in all Cumtm
'l.t.it4ti"lia l-raoBallT HI Kf kt4V fr Bt1 TarHai,
ttfiu raeoa. Meet to ant arte
,n n.iu, rw (bar,
lI'IIM at .baek
'-.,u.t.fri,.M atP.U eealaia, I to
r;'i nil.. flliouM h. rMl bf aiL
T1URS11ANT tn a trnef dead eieanted'.
L me a trustee, bv J. R. Kllhpin and M
A. Flionln. ol da' Auniat in. lMlk and re
corded in th Hitr'k offln of Hhalby
county, laaoeasee, in bock No. 1U, pat
, I will, nn
t-alartlar. Aarll 10. la)H.
darlna leial hours, ell. In front ol the
eourt hnu- door ol sa'd county, at nublie
outery, fr eah, the proper1 y thereby aen-
yeyrd, vis. 1 1 ol no. two uj in t"e atvisHin
nf ibe pr-perty sold to r. Levis nn in th
eve of th Tenee Maria and rir In
snrane Cempaay vs Chas. Po'U-r el al.
LbiDOery Oonrt nf Ptvn by t nonty, rnns-
a, fal 1 Int Irentin !M feet 7 Inch on w
line nf Fhe.by strrt by a depth weatwar ill
01 IV reel, ttrae m,aer man ion
mor particular eeaertptlon to deer vest
, I title in I.avisn, reeerded la sal a
He, latr s nmo. none n. raax fliv. ete.
Redemption. dnwer and homestjad waivad.
Title blierad good.
u. 11. nin 1 nra, 1 rearaa
Ki.;Kii:irN ofi ict:
Exchange National Hank
ajir-l K, , Wb. 10, laaM
PR0P0rAIS will be received at this offioe
until Haturday, March 77, ISWt, (r th
ourohas- of Ihe hreinwfta)r mentioned prop
erty in lis entirety, and a so for pieces nr
Samel of the same re'erenee beina had tn
e-oripl, ve llata of said prepertv wbhth
lists, stniinf W-rms of sale, will ba tarnished
nnnn Biinlioaiinn to the undrraianeil. The
rich to rejeet auy and ail bids is reserved:
Th extensive and ya'ujibla nreoerty lo
ea'cd in Norlnlk and f rtamouth, V. ,
known as tie "Heaboad Cotton Com areas
Comn-vny nf Nnrlttlk. Vs.." eonsistia ol 1
1. The rnacAiat, which, smuns other priy
II 'i i, aalhoriaes the storage of enttnn and
o'ner aierenandi-e, ana me usee er neevtt
aHle rroeints thr-relor.
1 jte pJaal, wnlch onBsift ef three (3)
Irit-eaas improve-l notion eomoeeewe 1 two
m steam lossi tbre 13) traaaparlatlan
birses. Ail tb sdiuoe's nrasary la a well
equlined estal-liahiueet of tk.s ekaraeter.
tisnre proil warehouaea, teven f7) ia naaj.
ar, n f oai aaity fnr slera- ef M.fXO bale
aaaompressiil certtoa. . '
its foer 4i frame warebo 'mslaJ rnofs)
ePeity, 0 any thousands tons of fertili
f rs, la't, et. . .
. Its wberveaaad docks, wkieh afford smpl
room for barlhioa at shn time ten aea
lolnr, staam or aallinr rals, Tbtareiel
the wareboeaa end eeels preiierty in I'orU
month is anoslftH actea. tore, her with all It
o bar property, wkiek fully dossribed la
th liU above re'o-rd to
Wis. II. PBTRRH, PeeeWer.
No. 504. R.D -In tba Chancery On art l
rthilhy enuntv, Tenn. 0. T. Quiataid,
l iaitee, rs W. P. Heabrnaa et al.
It ai pear i of from e-nrn lr d kill ewern t
int Ibis caeae ikal lb dalaadant, Jwme
Martin Heat ,uen. is a reaidaat et tantowrr
eouniy, Ma'e n M s-is ipei. aad a non-reir-d-nt
of th Mat of Tenntssc t
It is tbrretor un rii. That b sak
his appearance herein, at the courthouse
ol Hheloy eoon'y, in Mam phi, Tenn., on o
before the (rat Monday Id April. UlnA,
and pleai. aoawer or demur tocomptatnant
bill, or tne same wl, 0 taken lor eonle od
in h ni and set fnr hearins es parte:
ami that a 00 py nf this ord.rb published
one a wi ek, lor lour niwm weeks. t to
Memphis Ap al. This rebtua y la, ltvk,
A op l est :
8. I. Mol'OWELTi. Clerk and Master.
By II. P. M alsh, bepsty Clark end Ma -r.
H. if. iretcvaa 001. iot for pi ni. iri
Main Ntrect, noniplil-, ! n.
SPRIMl AND M'M.MKK
n of tne latent nod rho,Mi"t ile-nsnti in nil tha ieltte fca-
trodue-d in loroiaii uiarkuta My at lee'iona are m i,to wttli ret
ears aa loeoat and uu,ihlr, in order to oth-r to the piihlio the latpt
fiish on,ibi ,,t, da at roaaoiiuole prima. 1 ni bin make apenial mea
tion of mr aeloetion ot a I i-an n-s riin-nt of the in-tat eie-innt de
si. s In e:.4Jl.MI 1 Hut nl.-l. whu b ara now ready lor tk
itispoctioa of my friotida and lLo publin, at my old ala- d,
4'or. Kirsiid and Jelteraon Sla,
fix ..iaaeuT.-ww!Woraa-rwjLi. -w
Viai Met! V-'. jt. v ..j. war'.y
s 3 a ns 1 1 -
376-3738(r-382-S84-.S(i becond ntreet, south ot U70.
Doors, Sash, Blinds. Flooring, Ceilinp, Siding, Shingles,
HnnMlnr, l.ttN. I'Miir fwt wml tifimtm
OMMOVCK "fc "06.
Pianos and Organs
AT LOWENT IMtlCUMSFtkU !AMI1 Mil TIMlf.
SJlii'vf If us. nn lloftVs. NmvPinnnsi fAr Tlwit
W. W. HCIiUUl.Klb.l.l. LJU1S UANAUKH.
ami 2f8 Front
61. H. MOVER & CO.
Liter M li nil
Door-M, NaHh, ItllndM, MouhlliiKM, hII ktrxlH ol Ior and
Wlutlo tYaiuets Ilra ketit, N rli norU, Hough and
DrtWfted lattsnber, NblnKleev, I.uIIim, Water Tauktv
All Uliisl- l Wood Work i:K-uied at Nhort Notlrss.
Nos. K7 tn 17.1 Wftftlilnfffon St. Memplil. Tinn.
W HE FIRM !
WOODRUFF & OLIVER. AGENTS
HAVING w'th lrawn frota th Woodruff Oliver ('arrlam and Hardware Company we
haveaeoep ed ihe neyot some of the aaanlaiilnrcM n lh llalteil
ial. .nd re now ren-ivioa a full assor-ment 01 oa Kin vi-i, "ii'i'i 1 ; "Aiurri,
HAHNRS-iand.4AUI)Lr,rll I also, a lare stook of the Improved 1 KN NKi.iKs WAilONS.
allaonda ara new. and built esnraael y lor this market, and will be Bold at very low priooe.
Oflltm and MileHriioiu, o. i09 lal.i htrntit. lVuriinm.it, . S0(J t-'ront ntrU
wo-iori rr M . k. i
Curry CombH, llorne ltrnIi.
A Complete Line of tbo above Good. at laowttst Prlceav
W DOLES AU MANUFACTURERS
NAII17EN, IfAliNEttN AN CItiAKS,
801 and SOa Main Ntr?t, MeuuihW, Tenn.
M. 0. PSARCR.
Cotton Factors & Commission r,lerch't3r
TTo. 27(1 FROrT STREET. MEMPUI3.:TEWN. CT
fOiateom Wajwkxnae gaaa.aad.ww, UtUoH.HSiroesa
"W.rxx. 33e in j ess.
."T )i:K ia now eoii.pleta n.in-
mntnm.-nmmimMmtjmcmiKiasjm. i.rw.Miiia.1 s
K. H. LKK.
' ' 'Si
II. U. M1LLKIU
St., Memphis, Tonn.
ivsh. r. i.. afMiniiiTr.
l ap Itliixst,
Cot on IIopp,
JOHN I. MoCLKLLAN.