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DECLINES TO ARBITRATE.
MR. KOXII WILL JiOl JLPPOWr
Attack on the Militia at East St.
Lealti-De pot Sheriffs H id
; lj Beaten.
8?.'; LOCI'S 'Mo, April
tha BAntinpIs 1)B
ol .ins the
..-to in V..t St. Lonis wern Btartlixl
bf hearing aevtr.l aliota fired, it ia
.i iliam frnm tbe direction
UlffWUi . i
ol aeTeral fcouges nar the junction ol
the Cairo Short Line nnd I'irtabnrg
lailroadf. Thiasort of. muck upon
tlieWf! baa become r6 frequent
that, ulthouRb no cne kaa aa yet ben
Injured, Gen. Reece, commanding tha
military lorcea here, haa iaeued an
order that hereafter if nhota are tired
from any building in Eaat 8t. Louia
the aaardaaball aurronnd auch ho lists,
raid tbeoa and arrest all gnitj or ana
pected persona found in the building.
TWO DKPCTY 8BKRIFFS,
hile enardinR the Vandalia la'lroad
yarda last niaht, were approached by
number ot men, supposed to be
atrikeia, who engagr d them in 'conver
sation, daring the progress of which
they attacked Hie deputUs and rat
them badly. Upon the approach of
'several sentinels, mho were on guard
in the adjacent yards, and who were
attracted by the cries c f the deputies,
the a milanta escaped, leaving their
victims in an unconscious condition.
( AN UNINOWH MAI BADLY
List niftlit aa unknown man, who
. ha occupied a position made vacant
by one of the strikers of Ih ChicHgo,
Burlington and Qtiincy yards, wm at
tacked while standing on Main's, cor
ner ol Fourth street and Missouri
. avepne, in Kast St. Loirs, by a party
of tnco, who knocked bim down and
' beat hire severely before he could ea
cape. During the fight a shot was
fired bv some one, which bad no ef-
1 feet. Neither the militia nor any of
the police were in the vicinity at the
HOIII WILL NOT AKIIITBATK.
The three cltiiens, Mpm. N. 0.
Ne'ii n, Jams? B annerrjsn and Pro'.
Woodward, the committee appoint) d
by the meeting bold at the court-
, house last Tneade.y evening to call npon
Vice-President; Morie and request
him to appoint a committee of three
ot,th resident dlrectoia ot the Mis-
' soarl Pacific t) consult with theOiti
aena' Committee and a com m t tee
from the Knigbta of Labor to settle
, the strike, met at tba Mercantile Club
yesterday afternoon to talk the matter
over and devise the best method of
approaching Mr. lloxie.. Prof. Wood
ward wai appointed to call upon Mr.
liosle and ascertain the latter a views
npon ., the arbitration scheme. The
professor did as requested, and npon
reporting to the committee some time
afterward said that be had found Mr.
Hoxi at home, ill and completely
worn out with the work of the past
five weeks. He very courteously re
ceived Prof. Woodward, however, and
chatted pleasantly about the situation.
When asked if he would appoint a
committee from the railroads to con
fer with the Citiasna' and Employes'
Committees, and what his reply
would bs to the CitlxW
Committee, Mr. Hoxie said that
he had written hia intentions to Dr.
T. O'Railly, who officiated as president
of the citixens' meeting at the court
house, and his statement in the letter
would also applv. to the committee.
Dr. O'Jiellly has' aa yet received no
auch letter, and when asked as to the
probability of Mr. lioxle'a appointing
members, ol, the .proposed arbitration
committee, saidt "1 do not anticipate
that the letter will contain any favor
able news, for Mr. lloxie, in bis con
versation with Prof. .Woodward. aaid
that he could see no reason why he
ahonld get np out of bed and appoint
... a commute to settle a strike upon the
.. Missouri Pacific when that . i d was
moving tvury pound of freight that
wae'delivered to lliem and carrying all
their pasaimgera . ith safuty and speed,
niivv kukhiht shipments."
rUuce the arrival oi the militia in
East HI. Louis theie has been grad
ua! duly Increnoe in thi amount of
freight offered (or the East and to-day
... baa not proved an exception. Heavy
shipments of freight for all points are
reported bv the luilrcndsj to-uay. ana
several trams have been made up and
. started out ol the various yards. J hi
htrticere. ai a rule, maintain peifect ot
ilur and oflVr no tmpimilloii to the it-
tempts of the tlill r)i.t roadnto resume
their regu'ar business. No crowds
ha collected in any pi.r. cf the city,
and any active service by the militia
haw not been wrjpenry.
Allnrkrd by Mrlkrre.
Hannibal, M')., April 1(1. Lad
ni;ht strikers or their eympathlzera
at'.?ked tune of the new employes
ol t!ie. Missouri Pacific railway ou ihe
cart er o! .Muin and Uroalway. (In
escaped without injury, but the other
two. Sh am and Abbott, were badly
boater.. So far aa (an he ascertained
the was no reaeon for attacking
then; other than they had tilled the
ula-ce of the strikers. No ariests
hart been made.
LAliOK SOT EN.
"Will 4nly'Wrk t'.mployr Eight
'Jni' Aio, III., April 1U. Charles
OassHce & Co , dry goods merchants,
bave announced ihuir determination
ii keep their employes at work but
eih". bourn a day, commencing May
lt. The change was made without
any request from the eciployes.
The fctreet-4'nr Mlrlke ml Kw York
Nrr York, April 10. Third avenue
far!" this morning, between the sta
ble a. Sixty fif.h street and the Bow
fry. was lined with police othcers to
prevnul interference on the part of
the K'rikeiK of the company ehonld
they liroaee 1 to run its cars. Policemen
wer3held in reserve at heudquirters
aad at tLe police stations along the
ros'.e of the road. The superintend
eat o: police had a conference with
the otliceis of the road during the
morcing, at which It wes decided to
m&ke no attempt to run cara beyond
the Sixty-filth btreet stibles or below
Grand etreet, but to keep up comrau
n:( t:on between these two points to
the greatest practicable extent. The
police do not anticipate any tronble
Ircm the ttrikers, but are prepared to
meet it if any is made. The company
bas decided to run as many cars as
they can get tlrivrs lor between the
is'.ablea at tixty-G!th slreetand Broome
street, binning at 10 o'clock this
morning, and have aked the police to
upitect them along t.iat route.
. The Third Avenne company are now
running a niiwher of car., protected
by police. The cara are greeted with
berg and crouas by the strikeracon
KregUsd along the lice, but no vio
lenco has been n'.tertp'i-d. An officer
of the Eaipire Protective As?otiation
p'A this afUrnoon thut if the Third
Avenue PLiioad Company did no
frtvp vp withlu forty-eight hours theTe
vould be general "do-up" of all the
horse-far lines in the city; that it thie
did not S'icceed the movement would
be extended to Brooklyn, then Phila
delphia and the other cities of the
Uoiied State, lie said this could be
done in two days.
Net t'bang; la the R nil I mora Ntrthe. '
Baliimohb, Md., April li There is
no charge in the sUtas of the strike
on thn etreet railways here, which
are lied up at present. There is no in
dication of a compromise, and any ex
citsment tonwqnent npon the strike
is not piobable. .
R.llre.d Trankles la t'ailrag.
Cuicaqo. Ill . Anril 10. Trouble Is
thoueht tj be imminent on several of
the railroads centering in Chicago to
day. It arises from dissatisfaction
among th,' switchmen at the , wages
paid them and lb lurther lact tna-.
the union ' men i t demanding the
discharge of non-unionltti in the em-
nlot of the companies. In addition
to the demand made upon the Lake
Shore road yesterday, this morning
thirty-five switchmen employed by
the Baltimore and Ohio railroad sent
committee to the officials asking
that six non-union men be dismissed.
The officials replied that 'an answer
would be given at noon. The switch
men on the Baltimore and Ohio in this
city went out this afternoon, owing to
the refusal ol the omciata to acceae io
their demands for the discharge of
non-union men. It is rumored that
the Lako Shore switebmf n will go out
to-morrow. Thus far the road his no
Uillicnlty in moving trains.
I he main switching yards ol me
Baltimore and Ohio m lroad are at
Houlh Chic.Rgo, twelve miles southeast
of tlie city, where the chief dilliculty
exifctt. About forty switchmen are
employed thera, of whom thirty-five
have quit work. Only three or four
mou are employed at the Union Depot
here, including the yardmaater, and
theso men are alill on dutr. The Clfi-
cials of the company declare that they
will not be seriously inconvenienced
in any way, ' Everything ia quiet at
The switchmen at the stock-yards
and at 6outh Chicago employed bv the
Chicago. Burlington and Uiuncy. num
bering between fifty and" sixty, also
have, gone out It ia declared that a
general strike ia threatened on account
of the non-union men.
LONUEB RECESSES DEMiNDED.
HI. Until School Vhlldrea DlaMtla
ImI With the Bales.
' 8t. Louis, Mo., April 18. The chil
dren in three of the public schools in
this city have become dissatisfied with
the rules now governing them, and
they threaten a general itrike unless
their grievances are righted before
Monday next They demand longer
recedes and shorter hours.
, At the Madison school thirty of the
scholars failed to respond at roll-call
this morning, but thesa are all who
have actually struck.
At the lligdon schoil a notice
signed by the "St. Leui School Asso
ciation," calling upon toe scholars to
strike to day, was found posted upon
the school Wilting this morning, but
tlnoa members of the association
were convicted by the superintendent
of the school of being guilty ot issu
ing the obnoxious notice, and a sound
threshing aural nistersd at the right
time avnited a general strike of all
Mb. Anduiw Cabkxuii's new book,
Triumphant Democracy, will be pub-
llMbodon April 17th.
The Scribnerj have lust published a
pew and popular edition of Mr. Astor'a
novel, alfnino lor fl. More than
5000 oopiee of the expensive edition
have been sold. ' .
,' Outing had to print a second edi
tion of the April number (60C0 copies
addiiioual) owing to the demand cre
ated by t'4 article of E. 8. J affray on
"American bteam Yachting " This
article has drawings by the celebrated
marine artist Coxzens, of all our fa
mous steam yachts, from Jay Gould's
to the. Namouna'a sUatn launch.
Ma. Bbavton Ivaa," formerly presi
dant of the New York Stock Ex,
chough, and well known aa a collector?
ot books, has written a preface for the
American edition of Mr. George Rue's
work, Tm Country lianktr; H Client.
Oinaond Wcrk. which Meesrs. 8crib
ncr will iHsiie a', once. Since the pub
lication of Mr. Walter Bagehot's Lom
bard Sircfl no book on banking has ap
peared which Irni attracted so much
attention. Already tho volume ha
run through live editions in London.
As Mr. Bagehot's book pictured the
life and cares of the city banker, Mr.
Rno'a describes the not K'ss intwrei-t ng
lite of the country banker. The nar
rative is always inturBtting, there is
not a dull chapter in the book.
TlIK Il.LUlTRATKl) GRAPHIC NuV"
ot Cincinnati, of April 17th, will be a
marvelous exhibition cl enterprise, its
It will publish eleven pages of origi-
mil imiptrationp, including scenes
ftotn the bloojy riot of the tUh instant
in tit. Luuis; the terrible floods in the
South, with views of several of the
Rtibmorgad cities; the review of the'
North Atlantic equu Iron at l'enscola, i
Fla. ; the national shcsi-shtaring con
test at St. Louis; the almost total an
nihilation of Key West by tire, with
views in the city before and after the
conflagration, and portraits of the
iton. uiieo w. Wff, the new uov
ernor of Utah; the Hon, 1., Barrigan,
HU Louia' new appraiser, and other
promineut men. These achievements
have never been equaled by a pictorial
paper. The Graphic New will con
tain altogether twenty-four pages, in
cluding a double supplement and
la Ih Dear Old Days.
We differ in creed and politics, but
we are a unit all the came on the de
sirableness of a fine head cf hair. If
yon mourn the loss of this blessing
and ornament, a bottle or two of
Parker's Hair Balsam will make yon
look as you did in the dear ld days.
It is worth trving. The only standard
50 cents article for the hair.
Nkw York, April 16 The French
s'eamer Dopuy De Lome, which left
Now Orleans on the 2d instant for
Havre, France, pat into this harbor
to-day in distress. On the 4th instant
she loet a blade ot her propellor; on
the Tith she Inst another, and later she
eprucg a leak.
Advice t Mot hern.
Mrs, Winslow's Soothing 8yrup
should always be used when children
are cutting tcath. It relieves the little
an fTarur si nnnn Ir trvw1ii4a nalnnl
BU'IUI VI HI IV LV UViVV UHIIII Bl.
quiet sleep by relieving the child
from pain, and the little rherub
rwakes as "bright as a button." It is
very pleasant to taste. , It soothes
the child, soltens the cams, allavs all
pain, relieves wind, regulates the
bowels, and is the beet known remedy
for dinrrheca, whether arising from
teethiug or other cau3es. Twenty-five
THE INTERSTATE (OHMERtE
BILL 15 THE 8E5ATE.
Senator D.ilph's Speech on Indian
ntas In the House.
Washinotoh, April 10. Senate No
messages laving been received from
the President, a wot on was made by
Senator Voorbees at 12 ;2T o'clock to
go into executive seesion.
Ben a 'or Dolph said be had given no
tice of an intantion to address the Sen
ate this morning on the Indian depre
dations bill, and Senator Voorbees
withdrew bis motion.
Senator Kiddleberger objected to
taking np any bill or having any busi
ness done at this tims that would in
teifere with the resolution relating to
open : executive sessions. There
seemed to be a determined effort, be
said, to inteifsre with the considera
tion o' that resolution.
Unanimous consent having thus
beon refussd, Senator Dolph made
a motion that the bill ottered be
taken up. On this, Senator Riddle
berger called for the yeas and nays.
Senator Dolph's motion was agreed to
yesa, 43; nays, 1, the one being Sen
Senator Dolph then addressed thn
Sfniteon his "Indian depravations"
bill, and a bill (also introduced by
him) appropriating $5,000,000 to com
pensate citixsns fir ltsjes mflsred by
them through such depredations. The
depredations, be said, covered a period
from 1855 to 1878. He maintained
that it was the duty of the govern
mint to protect its cftizsns against In
dian depredations, and where it failed
to afford protstt'on it should compen
sate the citizen for the loss. The
United States government, having as
sumed the control and management
of the Indians, should be responsible
for them. The bills were referred to
the Commitee on Indian Affairs.
Senator Call offered the following
Rtmlvcd, That R. A. Finell, a Demo
crat, heretofore employed as skilled
laborer on the Senate roll of em
ployes, who was discharged yesterday
by the Sergeant-at-Armswlthoutcause
except to make a place for a Republic
an, be reinstated on the roll of the
Revived, That the Republican ma-
tority of the Senate will allow the
)emocratic minority the same num
ber of employes with the same pro
portion of salaries as were allowed by
the Democratic majority to the Re
publican minority in 187!).
At Senator Call's request the resolu
tion was allowed to lie over for the
At 2 o'clock the interstate com
merce bill was placed before the Sen
ate, on which Senator Camden was en
titled to the floor.
Senator Voorbees waived in Senator
Camden's favor hia motion for execu
tive seesion, but said he would press
that motion on the conclusion of Ksra
tor Camden's remarks.
Senator CuFlom said be would press
the bill from day to day until dis
Senator Edmunds remarked that the
Committee on Foreign Relations had
snbjecta of Bpecial importance, which
Senators understood, for the consider
ation of the Senate with closed doors,
These subjects had been pending
longer than the Interstate commerce
bill and ought 1 1 be attended to.
Senator Camden then addressed the
Senate on the interstate commerce
bill. The bill before the Senate would,
in the main features. Senator Camden
thought, meet the views ot the Senate
and the people. The public sentiment
of the country, be said, was daily be
coming more and more impreesed
with the necessity and propiiety of a
nations! commission to regulate inter
state commerce. Senator Camden
thought the bill defective, however, in
the fourth section, which dealt with
the question of long and short haul.
Senator Camden suggested an amend
ment, omitting the words "from the
same original point of departure," and
omitting any permission to the com
mission to make exceptions. His
amendment would prohibit any great
er change for a shorter than a longer
distance, which includes the shorter
distance, on any one railroad the
term "one railroad" to include all the
roads under the control Of one com
pany, whether owned or operated un
dor leas. Senator Camden main'
tamed that the "long and short
hnul" provlFion of the bill aa reported
fiom committee did not go tar enough
to provide agiinBt tbe discrimination
moit complained of by shippers
Tnere should he no limitations or ex
neptious, he said, to thn application cf
the principle ol the long ana snoit
haul. Taking Chicago as the great
starting point for shipments to the
Kmtcru scuboard, Sena'or Camden
argued that under the bill the rates
would be no greuter for intermediate
point) thnn to the seaboard, but that
the railroad companies would not be
prevented from charging the whole
country outeide of Chicago to the sea
board any arbitrary rates they might
chocss. This, he raid, would insure to
Chicago and other great competing
joints cheap and uniform rat)s of
transportation in all directions, but
would deny ptotection to intermediate
points and to all sections of the conn
try not blessed with large commerce
and competing roadr. Snch a bill
might be termed "a bill to increase
the wealth and population of commer
cal cities at the expense of the conn-
try at large. It discriminated not
only Agitinst producers at intermediate
and, nou-cooipetitive points, but dis
criminated against the thrift and en
terprise of towns, against the
distribution ' of manufacturing in
dustries, the value of real eetate
and all the ether interests of the
country outside the large cities and
competitive shipping points. This
feature of the case affected specially
the State of West Virginia, whose
merchants, manufacturers and agri
culturists said freight passing their
doors daily bom points further west
to points eaBt of West Virginia at one
half the rates for transportation which
the people of West,, irginia were
asked to pay for Ihe carriage of iden
tically the same clasa ol goods, rxm
ator Camden challenged tbe pro
duction of any satisfactory reaon
for such a state of things. The bill
aa nronosed would not remedv it. The
amendment offered by Senator Cam
den would provide a remedy. The
provisions of the bill were limited to
shipments "from the sr.me original
nointa of departure." It would only
add to the evil of discrimination by
sanctioning its most odious liaturea.
hecnuse it would ditcrimiuate rcbicb
whole sections ol country and would
Bive to lame c;ties a monopoly of
nearly all kinds of business by reason
oi me ciieapcr ir.iee. outu
bill "discriminated in favor
diHcriminatian." If we were
earnest whv not cover " the
mott important feature of tbe long
and short haul" pr nuipleT We
thould have no limitations of it,
APPEAL SATURDAY, APRIL 17. 182(5.
Senator Camden would make no war
on railroads; they were the arteries
through which fljwed the life blood
of commerce; they were the means of
utilization aiid materia' progrets.
Ha would be a partv to no nnjiut or
oppressive letimlation rrgirding them:
he would treat them j l-t as be w.'uld
individuals, but would require from
them equal justice and fair play for
Senttor Btck effort d a resolution,
which was cgretid to, appointing Kea
ator George ti the membrrhip cf tbe
Senate Committeo on the Jjdiciary, in
the place bf Senator Jackson, re
sinned. Another resolution of Senator Beck a
was also agreed to, calling on the Sec
retary of War to transmit to tbe Pen
ate the official report of Lieut. H. T.
Alii n of the Second Cavalry, of bis
exploratiocs of ceiUin riverj in
After an execntive session the San-
ate adjourned until Monday.
Mr. WortbiEgtin r 111-1 called np for
consideration a Seuate bill to pro
vide for the ascertainment of the mar
ket value of certain property in the
city of Chicago and author xs the Sec
retary ot the Treasury to sen and con
vey said property to the Chicago and
Great Western Railroad Company.
After being amended the bill paesed.
On motion bf Mr. Dorsey, I Neb.l a
Senate bill was paeard for the estab
lishment of two additional land dis
tricts in Neb ask .
Mr. Clements Ga.l, from the Com
mittee on Foreign A flairs, reported
back tbe Dingley resolution calling on
the President for any information in
his possess on relative to the exclu
sion of American fishing vesrcls from
the right to enter ports of the Domin
ion of Canada for the purpose of trad
ing, purchasing supplies or landing
fish caught in deep water for ship
ment in bond to the United States, or
doing other acts which C inadian or
other Brit'sh vessels are fn ely per
mitted to do in porta of the United
Also, requesting tbe President to in
form the House what steps have been
taken to bring such unwarrantable
and unfriendly acts of the Dominion
authorities to tbe attention of the
The resolution was adopted.
Mr.l Willis I Ky.l made an attempt to
proceed with the consideration of the
river and harbor appropriation bill,
but gracefully yield' d to an adverse
vote, and the Speaker proceeded to
call the committees for repoits of a
At the conclusion of the call tbe
House went into committee of the
whole, Mr. Hatch Vio. in tho chair,
on the private calendar.
The tirat bill on the calendar was
that which was thoroughly debated
last Friday, for the relief of the Mc
Minnville' and Manches'cr Railroad
Company of Tennessee, but the dis
cussion was continued to-day with un
abated vigor, and some degree of beat
was evolved bj the coi flicticg speech
of the debaters, pro end con,
Mr. Honk Tenn. being worked up
(o the point of as.-erting that a stats
ment made by Mr. Johnston Ind.
wan untrne. Bat any excitement
which might have been aroused by
this remark was turned into laughter
by tbe benignant manner in which
Mr. JohnBton (who is a large man) de
clined to have any personal conflict
with Mr. Houk on account of the sire
of tha" gentleman.
The bill was finally repotted to the
House without recommendation, but
it was not definitely disposed of.
The House then took a recess until
7:30 o'clock, the evening session to be
for the consideration of pension bills.
The House, at its evening sesdop,
passed forty-five pension bills and ad
journed until to-morrow.
Im tbe Committee-Rooms.
Bv a close vote. 6 to 5, the Educa
tional Committee of ihe House to-day
directed a favorable report on the
Senate bill to provide for tbe study cf
the nature of alcoholic drinks and nar
cotics and of their effects on the human
Bystem in connection with the several
divisions of the subjects of physiol
ogy and hygiene by tbe pupils in the
public schools of the Territories and
the District of Columbia, and in tbe
military and naval academies and In
dian and colored schools of Ihe Terri
tories. Tbe question of constitution
ality was raised by several members of
the committee and mot by Mr. O'Don
nell of Michigan, who will report the
imaiure to the House.
The House Committee on Commerce
to day authorized Runresentttive Clar
dy to aek that the rules be suspended
aiid a dny fixed for the consideration
of the Kill von Kull bridge. Kt-ju a
een'ativo Reagan was authorized to
liinkn a bimiinr re.quett in behalf of
the Kado. Miip railway bill.
Kkin Ilacnra Intanly Kpllrved
by t iitlonrai.
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ol the skin, He tried all other ana found
no relief until ho used yours.
r. J. ALLiHlUli, uruggisi, nising 5un,w,
Snlil eva,vlira. lric! Cl'TICCaA. 50 CtS
Sosr, 25 cts : Rki.viint,1.iO. Prepared by
theFOTTca Daua and v bku ical uo.. ooston
Masa. Send for " How to Cur Skin DU
DIMI'l.KS, Blaokheads, ttktn uiemisnes
I lia and Baby Humor,ue Cf TirrA Niap
HOW 1.IHK OIL. mid Will
Ia ha fsintied of old ts a Curl
ri., AttTt-l'AiN Plartkr to the
achlDg sides and back, the weak
and painful mule oi, the (ore
host and naoaing rougn, ana
ain and acne oi aauy ion. uo.
WArjTrn AQKNTS.Ven and Werner
W AW I tU to (ell v"filB CHILi)'l
BIBLE " introduction by Rev. 1. U. Vii
cent, D,D. One agent haa sold In a towi
of 674 peorle; ono 73 In . viilate et 7V4; ai
new agent 85 in 10 days; one 2cS in suooe.
siv. weeks; one 40 in S days at two di'eronl
times. Experience not necessary Address
CAcKLL A CO. (u t dl,
4 pearbvra ttreet, Culcaco.
Cum akd, bat miArtm irawn! .U.fuKrO;: " fa lim rmrty kwwn in th. mdta pcnii thM
UIUjUiliUlannniihrloimu hoiwibiHft wriAwnrt IU wtemmu dccgd1f
4$0vQS Thei i re nMoryu 1t has beenfound n (iViCNiy
Head what mn mlaml phyiMan hat f Bay tpon the tulrfeett
' I hat (Wrtd pwtiralarif (ntifrtnc toalu trim tba w o Tnunlix h m al Pimwmjnhe- la
tb. mm al a Udj of rtini.n MnditKm. and a ch route mfffnir horn tba di.au., who bad ban diliam
alaviatte tba wep of Inaanjtrbf bf liUll7 .urTwrngV itact,oa lm. b-o Tcm lmficiwj. Itcaliand
harpranptlF, and kia now puM too oooa dnadad ponoda witb bat bfla diaaaatfatt. I onM aaaotlaa
otbarinataoeaaaf a Baular abaraetai.bat tbiaa a nmarkabla oaaa." T. V. VRAZB. M-O.
INaalalvaUIrairMa. A 1 MrilipR Prnn'r 'O T11 Wklnta Ave
phc i aor kottia. ' A. HiCLLlLii) 0018 rfop Tt ST. LOUIM, Nu.
Fili Peas "VSTaio-teci
AT CRAIG'S SEED STOjtE,
SEEB 0 OR ST,
Farming Tools, Grass Seed, Garden S4ed, Onion
CORN AKD COTTON PLANTERS.
B. 6. CRAIQ& CO., MipiPHIS.
YELLOW PINE AND OAK
AND DEALERS 1ST
Doom, Sash, BllnaV, I'resaed Flooring, Ceiling, iVcather-Boarding
Cypress Sulugleg, Latum, l-tci
atar Onr faoilttlat ara nnmroasied bT in rawmill In the Sooth forlll Im orderiDromDtlT
Floorinn, (tailing, biding, btap Lumber and
Lumber of ail uiineuiioni
We make the
GEO. AYTIIL.I,i:it, ACIEWT,
No. 124 Jefferson Street '---TVTempHs, Tennewiec.
369 MAIN ST!,
SLEDGE BBOSnOf Como, 3Uss.
o. gRiy Front Rtrftet-
Jha S. SalllTsia.
nyrifiTinirin a isiimnnr
l&l'l-la M la U JT. I i II 11
. Ill UU1&UJLI t54 H al A lllL13.XhLl)
STAPLE AID FANCY GROCERS,
aw a. ttrem a je even t w a ii ,
p. aafaai anal aaaa- aava aw r-. m. ;
WliolefiAle rocer. Cotton Fctr
And Commission Morchants
nnn fin E Tlu&
ana &m Jtruui
UBTWKKH ADAMS AMI J KJ-FKRSOJ
Mr. I. N
RALNET devotes hl( whole time to
NAPOLEON HILL, M C UABLU A v 'is ,
lOUll HANAHKR, ?UiSMMTiPn x'
f A.AK11H LEVY T. H. MILHUK,
f.VJfJ'S SrV,.?vro,,V WM. KATZENBEROER
arDeposlU reoeived in (m( ot i ana
annually. . , ,. , , tij. .. Ccrltlns renarallv. nay taxes, acta
srWe buy and sell local
irurjiavs. huui iu
idLnJ!,.mw,0., rrivr'Vai-rbusrwhichi. .t m. vsc
draft, in sums to suit pu-chaer. on all parts of Europe.
Jawmmodious Vsult for the deposit l valuables, which is at
umars. l'r of t hr)te.
oar w e nave a con
I. P. HADDES, President. inn. bubuj.auu,
JAMES HftTrUN. Cnshlpr.
E. L. MoSOWAN.
TflflF. Mill S.
Vholesale Grocers, Cotton
. And Doalerr In lefee
QTi twit RT-t
. . . . ..i. .:i...tc.n,i Knn.r.. MamoBls. and contains 4U
aar WOODLA v ri is loeatea Snee- kiV large YtabTes, good shade and running
acres-ajl acres in grass, all nrfc J'".", SpJtur ngand selling stock ef ever
water .11 V"!'" '"" wnlred to tive d ?e on Commission .11 kind, of blood?a anS
'".'b. 1 1. ii LPr.ir KW ll,. Poultry, et. laose having, stock for sale I shall
nZZiViZi .on vreat Post 6taRe-, St. I.ouis. iws. mi ueaw.
i..ii..i.Ji..o tha Uarnean tap, mile
and sure feat getter. Iree. I.W.
ButlerT breederr(eertifieuU,f!!2Wv.asyearoid. ''" " r,l " " '
"KW.'VS .WVSIr, uro.Tan?e.n.ulted.twoodl.w..
- v : - . l . n j.l, HvaaiUrl Kfll UJtUltl XjafaTS. A-
i SMITH A CO.. 2M fronUjAddryyyy (wt, M.mih'.. Teon.
il l TO IT
Cottoa Factors, Whelesale Grccers,
No, HUniou Street, : : Memphi, Teas
4h 3 . V
Cypreu bhiniilei a neoinlty; alto, rramins
Wholesale Busineu aapeeial feature. Order!
promptlr filled. t
J0n, E. HANDLE k CO., PROPR'H,
98 Second St. Memphis, Tor-
FdUNDEKS & 51ACIIIN1STS,
MANUFACTURERS iND DEALERS VH
1 nglnes, Bollen, Sawmills,
Bradford Corn fend lVbeat Mill
Cotiou rress, Cotton Ulnr.
Shafting, TnllerS 'r. '
... 1 I .
nrtlilL hui neareprfparea hi uii onwm,
on t.n notice, for the ce rated JMeilnr Pnteul
Wrnniiln , ruiiej I we carry m iiooa over
Two Hundred Aiorted tviH.
tarSnnd for Onta1orne ttd Prlne-Hft.
F. .KOBPLEET, Pegldent Partrer.
l..MTTiTriier Twnti ww-
M. J. Clar
the weighing and sale M all Lotto enwuswa
J. 8. HANDWERKEH.
DAVID P. HADDEN,
IJAMKS A. O.MBBKG,
upward, ana iu,..
V.alTrrni a safe and responsible
..... ...... ... . n 1.1 .
W. S. PATTESUJ-
nl Railroad fuppUm
3:S8andS:35, and the
beats, in 1 :J and l:4iH. Isboraeof lae style
2:14), dam Miss Butler, dam el Maud
Icon Is ricin oioea nay, o years oiu,
City Agents, JAS.
No. R. hancerr Court of 8helby pob
ly Alarj V. Price etal.va. John 11. Ihck
ene et al.
BV virtue of an interh oUirr e'erree for
ale, entered in the ahore rati on the
8th day at April, 1HS6. M. 11. b . p. 131. 1 will
fell at public auction, to tho Ii cnast bidder
in (root of tbe 'lork and lU,tor'i office,
oi'Urthouse o; dhelby couutv. etashis, Tea-,
halnrday, May 1, 1HH6,
with a Una boura. tbe following deeerilxi
property, ait uatcd in Memp i, tholb eoun
ty, lenn.,to wit: ijein a oodm and lot
described aa followt, to-wit: Beginning at
the point en the west aide of Avery atrtet
where a line running eaat and wort through
tbe center of tbe partition wall between 36
and 37 Avery (treat extended to Avery atre-t
will atrike thewet lineof aaid Avery ttreet;
thenee north with the weat tine of Avery
itreet toMrl. lia 11. Berry 'i louth line;
thenco weat withiMri. Berry'a aouth line 140
feet; thenoe louth parallel with Avery itreet
to a line through partition wall; thenoe eaat
to tha bflainnin.
lermaot bale Una-third oaab i balance In
one and two years; ,urchaaer to execute
note! with good security, b-ailng interest
lrom data. Tnis April t, tCM6.
ft. I. McUOWLiL, Olerk and Master.
Bv J M BradUy. Iiepnty Clerk A Master.
Craft a Cooper, Bolioitors. ,at
No. 4714. R. D. Chanoery Court of Shelby
ooul ty btate of Tennessee vs. W. T. trew
ett et al.
BY virtue of an Interlocutory reeree lor
(ale entered in the above cause on the
1st rtnj of February, 1H6, M. B. 61, page
276, I will (ell t Dublic auotion, to the high
est bidder, in front o tbe Clerk and Master'!
office, oourthouae ol bht'by oounty, Mem
phis, Tenn., on
Natardnjr, Mny 1, 1S86,
within legnl hours, the following desoribed
f roierty, situated in Memphis, bnelbycoun
v. Tenr.essee. to-wit: Lot 15. euntrv lot
Ml, fronting 71 feet on tha south side of
Mosby street and running Daoa Dctween
peraliet lines Un feet.
Terms of f alo-Cash. This April 9, 1886.
8. 1. McLOW,l.!, Clerk and Master.
By .1. M. Bradley, Deputy Clerk A Master.
F. H. A 0. W. lleitkell, Solicitors.. (at
No. 60B6, R. D. In the Chanoery Court ot
bhelby county, Tenn. State of Teirneaiea
vs. U. H. Alsup et al.
It appearing from the allegations of tha
bill In thiscaure, whioh is (worn to, that the
places ol reiidence of the fuBewing named
defendants are unknown to complainant and
cannot be ascertained upon diluent inquiry
made, to-wit: L C Brook. Francis Lee, J
11 Miller, F VT Miller, J A Patterson, W H
Ballowand J PWiieman, trustee;
It is therefore ordered. That they make
their appearance herein, at the Oourt House
of Shelby county, in Memphis, Tenn., on or
before tbe first Monday in June, A.D., 1H8S,
and plead, answer or demur to complain
ant's bill, or the same will be taken for con
ft s ted as to them and ret for hearing ex
pane: and that a copy of this order be pub
lished onne a week for fuur snceedve weeks
in the Memphis Appeal. This 2d day of
A copy Atte't:
8. 1. MclJOWELL, Clerk and Master.
By U. F. Walsh, Deputy C. and M.
John Johnston. Sol, for enmol nt. t
No. 6080, R. D. In tho Chancery Court of
bhelby county, Tenn. State ol Tennessee
vs. Taylor Abernathy et al.
It appearing from allegations of tbe bill
in this cause, which is sworn to, that the de
fendnntt, Mrs W F Hardin and Willidme
Hardin. K T Broohus, Harriet Ball, husan
W Cheek, William B Flowers, Jane J Lam
berson, David McKay, Milei M Robinson.
Wm J Robinson, busan v' Robinson, b D
Rossell and wife, Opbelia Rossell, Wmfield
Stokes, Helen Schraeilor, Jnhn Story, i r
Sarah 'figheand Miss Sarah Tigho places oj
residoDce are unknown to complainant and
cannot be ascertained upon diligent inquiry
mado, and that the Metropolitan nauonai
Bank of ewYork is a non-rosideat ot the
State ot Tennessee:
It is tnerelore oraerea, inei iney ui
v.s. iniui.rinKa herein, at the Court-House
of Shelby county, in Memphis, Tena,.,,on or
belore tbe first Monaay in June, n.u., iron,
and plead, answer or demur to complain
ant's bill, or the same will be taken tor con
fessed aa to them and set for hearing el
FBrtet and that a copy of this order be pub
ish-d once a week for four (uooessivc ween
in the Memphis Appeal. Ibis 2d dy ol
A copf Attest :
8. 1. MCDOWELL. Clerk and Master.
By H. F. Wash, Deputy C. and U.
John Johnatnn, Sol lore unpl'nt. sat
N ji-KexiilHut Xo'iiu'.
No. 6109, R. D. 'n the Chancery Court of
Shelby county. Tnn State of Tennos'ee,
nse,etc.,vs. Mary Adamsetal.
It appearing irom allegatioua ol the bill
sworn to in this eause that the defendants,
Moll Arvin and wife. Belle V Arvin, J R
Chalmers and wife. Rebece . Chalmers, are
residents of the State of Mississippi; and H
B Claflin, Rahel H Menken, Cornelia A
Menken are residents of New ork StaU : that
Andrew Wallace and wi Psttie Wallace,
are residents of the State o Colorado: and
that all of (aid defendants are non-residenU
ot the State of Tennessee ; and that the plaoe
f residence of the following named defend
ants are unknown to complainant and cannot
be ascertained upon diligent inquiry made,
to-wit: E H Adams and wife, Ida Adams. W
B Adair, Jesse Arnot. Bliiabeth Dunlap,
Ann J Dunlap, Letitia Dunlap, and the he rs
ot Euclid Borland, who e names are un
known and cannot be ascertained upon dili
gent inquiry made: .
It is therefore ordered, That they make
their arpoarano herein, at the Court-IIouie
ot Shelby county, in Memphis, T'on., on or
before the first Monday in June, A.D., 1880,
and plead, aDwr or demur to complain
aut's bill, or the same will be taken for con
fe'sed as to them and set for hearing ex parte;
nd tht. a copy nf this order bo published
once a week for four uooeHiv weoks in the
Memphis Appoal. Ihis 2d duy of April,
By II. F. Walsh. Deputy C.-and M
John .Tnhn.tnn. Sol. "r coinpl nt.
1. rwruu w r;i,ij, , ra anu iiubii.
'in-K' ienr, No'lce.
I No. IWO. R. D.. IM In the t h incery Cotirt
Tonn - Stnte ol Tennes
v. IV. E. iluiler et, al.
soo, for uc, etc ,
It appenring from llieamemled bill which is
sworn o In tnis cjute iui me ueieuuaui.,
FratiK B Danoy, is s rcnidenl of tho htiiteof
Korth t'ttrolins, and W J Albert is n r-siCent
of the State ot Maryland, and both are non
residents of the St to ol lenne'See. find
narties have an interes1 in certain lots in the
Nnvy liitd that couipla.nant is Seeking to
colleot tsxes on ; 1 1 ' ,
It is therefore ordered. That they tnaVe
their appearance heroin, at tbe d urt-Hnuse
ol Hholby county, in .voinphi. Tenn., on or
before the nrst ilonoay m .
plead, answer or demur to eomp'ainant s
original and amendod bills, pr the gime will
be taken for conned as to them and ct or
benringex parte; and tbst a copy of this
order be published onoe . week for lour suc
cessive weeks in the Meuiphia Appeal, line
2d day of April, 188u.
s' PI MnDOWELL. Clork end Muter.
By H. F. Walsh, D.puty 0. and M.
L'urenre Lamb and Lee Thornton, Sols.
it cninpln'nnnt. ' ' .t
No. 6107, R. D. In tho Chancery Oourtof
rheloy VOrDiy 1,md, iv v, i,uuw
fee vt. Mary A. Brown et al.
It nxnearina from allegations of the bill in
this cause, wn'ch is sworn to, that the de
fendants. UM iruBOie, jonn niaaiesiou,
W m P Barton, Warren Truss, W J Phillips,
.re non-residents of the State of Tennessee;
and that the i laoe of residence of A T Uay
nor and wile, flayner, is unknown and
cannot be ascertained npon diligent inquiry
It is therefore ordered, Thst they make
their appearance herein, at the Court-Hour,
of Shelby county, in Memphis, Ten. , on or .
belore the first Morday in June, A D., 1886.
and plend, answer or demur to complainant a
bill, or the same will be taken for confessed
as to tbem and set for hearing ex parte: s.o
hat a copy of this order be published once .
week for lour successive weeks ia the Mem
phis Appeal. This :d day of April. 1886.
A copy Attest : " ....
S. I MpDiJWV.uL, Clerk and Matter.
"y II. F.Walsh, Deputy C. aud M.
John Johniten, Sol, forcopipl'nt. sat
'on Kenldcnt Notice.
No. 7, R. D.-In the Chancery Court of
Shelby county. Ten.. State of Tennei
see vs. D. i. Waddy et al.
It appearing from allegation of 'he mil
In tbi( reuse, which is sworn to, that the
Sloce of residence ol the following named
.fondants are unknown to complainant and
cannot be ascertained up, n d'ligwt mq Jiry
made, to-wit: J A Brown. R A Brown, 1.I
Brnwn, Frank Bandom.J U fttratton, Mrs
E D Piitch.rd. W N Stalman :
It is tbereiore ordertd That they mils,
the'r appearance herein, at the curt-house,
of fcheiby county, in Memphis. Tenn., on or
Iwtore lh firt Monday in June, A.D., lWh.
and plead, anwer or demur to eomi lMU
aufa bill, or ie fume will be Uken f.;r oon-fess-d
as Ui them and set for bearing ex.
parte: and that a copy of thn order ba pub
lished onto a wek for four successive weeks
in the Memphis Appei, This 2d day M
April, A.D.. 1886.
A S rrTMtto'wF.LL. Clerk and Master.
By H. V. Walsh. Deputy C. and M.
John Jobn-tgn, )i. for compl'm. let.