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ETOYER AM EJIPtOYE.
HOW ALL IUFFERFJiCES SlIOULD
KeooIitloDB Adopted by (ho Sew
York Chamber of Commerce
Labor Not ft.
Ksw Yoni, April 27. The Chamber
of Commerce held a epscial mic:iK
tbia afternoon to take action on the
labor quts'ion in ita relation to
atiikM. A larg9 cumber of basioesa
men were in attendance. Keeolutiona
-were presented declaring that minor
difference between employers and
employee ahoald be settled by matna!
conceeaiona without the interventirn
of a third party; that important dif
Jerencea aflecting the public intftrent
i or convenience ought to be aettled by
. arbitration ; that aurationa ai to rslei
' of wages, hours of labor and the kind
of service to be rendered are proper
subjecta for arbitration; that the
Chamber folly recognized the right of
1 all clawea of citicena to unite in trade
or labor unions and to nsa all moral
or ltinl meaoa in furtherance of tneir
interests; that any employe leaving
bia business and going on a strike be
vacated bia place absolutely; that any
man resoiting to violence to prevent
another man woiking should be vis
ited with the full penalty of the law;
and that every adoration which en-
deavorcd by intiinidstion to abridge
tbe liberty of choice or of action of
those who are not. ita numbers de
. serves the severest censure of every
Tbeoe resolutions were diccuwd at
great ltngth, ceirly all of those pree
ent making strong speeches In favor
of tbelr adoption. A resolution rra
runted by Gus'av Schwab, i a ling upon
the cit'zens of America to snppoit ihn
guardians of tbe law in mainla'nii g
peace and order, win mlilen l the nut
of resolutions presontnd. The entire
list of resolutions was then adopted
by the brnru wild mucu enthusiasm
RMnrnexl to I heir Work,
St. Louis, Mo., April 27. The S3V-
ntj-five hoys employed by the Greitt
Western Ulaes uomimny, wno struck
yeeterday, all returned to their places
tbia morning and ton works reaumtd
operations. Thirty five more of the
mployta of the .Missouri Car and
Foundry Company, who atruik 'ait
week because the management of that
company refused to com anpplylrg
repair material to the Missouri Pacific
Kailroad Company, returned to work
this morning. About two thirds vt
the entire number ofnien necessary to
carry on the lull hUsimsi of the estab
lishment rs new at work. A full re
mmntlon of, operaiioos is expitd by
Freeident McMillan by the end of tbe
4 Chan;, nt Wllllamabiira-.
New York, Anril 27. Tle situation
of the sugftrmeu's Uribe at Williams
burg and O reel; p lint remains prac
tically nncbauged, and everything Is
Will t'loae II I Works.
CuiCMio, III., April 27. Mr. R. T.
Crane, president of the Crane B-oi.'a
Uttanulsctnriag Company, employing
Borne 1600 men, says he will close liia
shops May in if his emplc yjs iiif-ist
upon tboir demand. "The renion I
shall close the works," he coLtinued,
"Is that tbe employes of Fa tirn n !
nfaoturing eonoerns in our line ol bus
iue'B will not make tbe same demand.
Tbe firms have issued circulars lo that
fleet and are taking contracts for de
livery immediately a'ter f hat date. I
will shut down until tbe linns iu our
Business arrive at some conclusion.
Boycolters Arretted at New Tork,
Nkw Yob:, April 27. Inspoctcr
Byrnes's men arrested tnirty boycot
ters this morning for Interfering with
the butineas of Messrs. Oavanagh,
nford A Co., manufBCUring clothier,
at 23 West Twenty-third btreet. The
warrants on which the boycott ra
were arrested weie issued by Hacordi r
ImUt. Thoy wore arraigned in
court, where the specillo charts of
conspiracy and coercion were preferred
against them. They each pleaded not
guilty, with leave to withdraw the
ftlea and enter another demurrer to the
ndictinent. Tho bail was llxed in
float d bjr a Mirlke.
riTWBuao, Pa, April 27.-01lver
BroB. & Phillip's South Tenth-street
milling mill was closed down this
morning because of a strike of about
800 workmen, who claim tbat when
the advance in wages was made re
cently they were not include! They
want a a increase of 10 to 15 per cunt.
Miiwk Jtornltnrv Faeltrles
Milwaukee, Wh., Airi 27. Sev
eral of tho largest furnituro la-torles
in the city were closed to-day, in con
eequenceif aatr.ko by 300 or more
finishers and wood carvers, whose
demands for ten Louis' pay for eight
houn,' work were refu e l. There la no
imaediate likelihood of the set le
nient of the trouble.
Ctrmtt of Ilia Ellhl Mnnr Aallallon
a CBIrai ttMlldlnc Interval.
Cmcacio, lu.., April 27 The efTect
of the eight hour movement upon the
brick and stone crops, t is said, will
, show itself more plainly than In any
oiner ciaaa 01 Dunning material. Mat
year the stone yards of the city turned
out bui'ding stems of a valuo of more
than 13,00,1,000. At the Bame time
tho brick-yid in and around Chicgo
manufactured neiir y 400,000,000 com
mon bricks. Tbe proposition for eight
hours work after Miy 1st has had a
paralyzing eflect upon building j nlor
eets, and aa a consequence the atone
and brick interests nave already re
ceived a severe shock. A proaiinsiit
brick manufacturer si-ys if tbe system
should bs adopted here and not out
aide, the Chicago yards would be so
afTested that they would have to quit
trying to mnae brick. Thepropim
tion for eight hours work would mne
at least 23 per cent, difference iu the
quantity of brick to be produced in
and around Chicago. The brick man
nfictaters had expected a crop this
yrarof 4' 0,0:)0,(i()0, and w:th tbeeigl t
hours' work thn vards could njt make
more than 3OO,lK)O.C0i).
"From tbe present building out
look," raid he, "it sepms as if we
would be at a loss to Dad a place lo
pnt 30i).00(HOJ bricks. Building b?.s
e'opped. The eight, hour busmen
puts at least $1 an th. coi t cf eaoh
10t;0 of brick, and during the summer
the price would probabiv he $7 21 a
1003, when it ought to ha but $0 23.
We do not know yet whet our em
ployes will do, and we doubt vir;
Jivn'h if they know."
Anctner manufuciurer eaya he hns
been credibly informed tbnt'rlara for
building valued at fu ly HOOO.O 0
are now lying in the pigron-holes of
the atchit-?c"8 awaiting a eeuleu-ent cf
A rcpre:enta'ive of th orrpany,
which coutro's tbe Btoiio intiretts at
Chicaga and Johet, said the eight
bour proposition produced a f.ing
of unceitain'y, which wa having its
effect opon building ir.t-raats. Men
having money to put into buildings
would withhold it, f r the ; resent at
least. He added : "Hlot p men are nr t
doing one-fonrth the business ihey
should be doing at this time of the
year, and I rancot tell a hat the result
will he the 1st of May. It will depend
somewhat upon the shape which the
eight-hoar propisition then assumes.
It the men demand ten hours' pay for
eigfit hours' wore they will knock he
building business all to pieces. The
stone need in Chicago lMt yea' was
worth more than M 000,000. If the
present proportion prevails tbe pro
duct of the stons-yanls will not exceed
12,003 000, which means a lom of
wagea to tbe atone-cuittrs of at least
33 j per cent, in comnarison with last
yearaad tbe season of 1484. The aitut
tion may even become worse. It may
show a reduction in building of one
ball, and if it doea the stone-yarda and
the stone-cutters will have to share
the reduction with tie rest."
Sat Maaera aa a Nlrlke.
Nkw Y'osk, April 27. The em
ployes cf Marvin A Co., safe manu
facturers, went ont on a atrike last
Thnndav and have been out since.
They number 200, including a fsw
boys, and c'aim to bave grievances.
As soon sb tbey left work a committte
waa organ zed to obtain an increase in
their wagea. The cmncany offered to
make an increase of fi par cent. In
wager, but this wai doomed unsnfli
clent i'V the strike's, and the offer
wasreiused. Mr. Mnvin refussa to
treat with the union, but ia willing to
treat with his men as individuals.
The company has iseued a circular to
itt men in which it eUtes tbat tbe
present s'a'e of busineis will not war
rant a larger InorcanH of wages than
the 5 per ctnt. offered, and tbat un
less they ri turn to work this morn
ing tbeir places will be tilled by new
The IHIIorenria Alaaid.
Boston, Mass., April 27 The de
ference between the Cambridge Street
Railroad Company and its employes
have ben adjusted upon terms which
practically concede tbe dctnaada of
Tbe Km York Mr.ol Car Rlrlba
Nkw Youc, April 27. The Third
A veouo road ran an incrraied number
of cms on its variois loids to-dsv.
and mati nf tbe rtrikers' picket wern
diivenofl the street by the rain. It
hits been decided by the company to
ux a day alter which none oi the
strikers will be taken back nnder any
consideration. It has also been de
cided to i tin nibt cars, a'a ting to
OLIVE IintNCIl, MISS.
The Law and in BrurUla K
'nfra on Itt tarmrra
To th Ed i tori ol th Appoal;
Ouvb Hhaki-ii, Misi April 2(1. As
an irate citizjn of this community has
written you an article abusing the
fence lw tiuised by our lt Lochia-
ture, whion you ha've publ'stied, I
hope you will be lnrul enough to
hear one on the o'lieriiiU. Your cor-
respondent's talk is too socialht'cto
rcprestnt tbe sentiment of Deetto
county. We have heard of mau com
ing from Bodaiintio Cierniany to teach
free Americana how to divide tip thi if
Undsso tha1, all might have ati tonal
ehaie. Now somo lay thev will boy
cott any one who may see lit to nuke
usett the law. UI ionise, they will
have their hands full; bu', as the
S:ate backs the law, we have no feara
on that score. Our creek bot oms are
annually overt! wed in consequence of
having to firice across tbe creeks to
keep out a few hota tbat never get fat
unless they gi t into some man's flsld
and destroy the crop. Tbe advantigi
of the law to the bo torn lands ia
enough to jtntify the law. We are
not surprise1 that your correspondent
baa bis bristlaa up, nor are we sur-
firised that a pnnw many others are
roubled because the law will not allow
them to use other people's property
for their own use and profit. There
a-e men who fenced in their own land
and will not allow etjck to run over
and ruin it, but when you cay they
must not run on your land they get
very mad, just as if they had the right
to ftten hogs and till it in corn
and cotton and take tbe crop.
And I am confident that every intnlli
glent cltixen in this county, when
thev find cut wbat the bent 11- tjthem
will be by having the law, will be
plets.'d with the Uw; for wo regard It
at one of the best laws ever passed in
the Htate for tbe landholders, and par
iiculu:ly those who bave ttocV, and if
those who have stork are benefited,
wby should those who have none be
opposed to the law? hrof aceitiinty
the (armors who have the moat stock
iu Ibis prut ef the cru'tr $ Jis most
aid; nt supporteia. we will
close our remarks by glvirg nnny
thanks to our IrgUla ors Judge Powtl
and Mr. Mobnrg for using tbeir in
fluence in having the law p insert, and
may they live a brg time to enjoy the
support ol every good ctt'zjn in the
S:ate for ary office they may want
from tbo people. IEojreo'fullv.
Blowing I'b Hell Uat
hits been a laborious and rostly work,
but tho end jiiMtiiicH tho effort. Oh
Btruction in any important chnnnel
mcaiiB dieiuiter. Obstructions in tho
human lindv liri nir InovitnltT ilinouan
Tliey miiHt lie i-ienred away, or physi
cal wrvek will follow. Keep the liver
in order, and the pure blood courses
through tho IkkIv, conveying health,
fctrenjjth anil life; let it become dis
ordered and tbe channels are clogged
with impurities, which result in dis
ease anil death. No other medicine
equals Ir. Pierce's "Golden Mimical
Discovery for ai ting upon tbe liver
and purifying tho blwd.
I'oatlrlmt of Itealraj-lua; Ilia Voarl
IWi.timoiik, Mo., April 27. Capt.
Alfred 11. Itiotlietton, Into captain of
the brig O. 1!. Stilltnan, tried for con
spiracy to cast that vessel away, was
to day convicted. Sentence was U
ferrcti. ISrown, the mate of the ves
sel, confessed bclore the first trial of
Capt. r.rotlieiton. The pcimltv ia ten
years in prison and JIO.iWJ tine.
1 liey Are Mot Sorrj,
There is one thirg nobodv ever re
gretr tht i, the day tliey fin-t adopt
ed r,irkei'a Tonic ai their r. Etilar frtin
ily mndicinn hs range ii so wide,
and its good effeiti so sure, tiiat noth
ing else, except gird nursing, are
nti-d.-d in a greet nnjirity il vapm.
finy it, try it, Bnd aftfi ward it will net
rtquite ny p niee rom up.
"Hi Jill "nt thlraxo.
CltH'Atio, h i, , April 27. Pion Itou
cicault's new play, The Jilt, was given
fur the first time in this civ at Mc
Yicker's Theater, last ni;,'lit, to a
crowded house. At the end oi the
fourt'i act the whole com
pany was called out and greeted with
immense nppl.niso. Mr. lUmciniiilt
was called on fur a speech, and rc
fjiondi'd in a few words.
PRUSSIA A5D THE VATICAN.
X. DE JI0XTS.
One of the 3fo$t Important Docu
ments That Erer Emanated From
New Yobk, April 27. A letter from
Koine to the rSun gives a full transla
tion of the official note of the Holy
Sec, to M. de Monts, charge d-uflairea
of Prussia in Koine. This is one of
tbe most important official documents
tbat ever emanated from tbe Papal
authority, intended to settle a long
and formidable difficulty by emlim;
the Kulturkainpf. The letter is as
CAIIMNAL JA OBINTH LETTKK.
FailM TMB PiLACI OF TSK VlTICN, I
April 4, inni. I
In his lost note of the 2(th of last
month, the undersigned. Cardinal,
Secretary of State, gave his Kxcelleucy
the Knvoy Kxtraordinaryand Minister
Plenipotentiary of Prussia to under
stand that as soon as the bill actually
contemplated, together with the
known charges was accepted andjpro
mulgated, the bishops should "be in
structed to make known to the Prus
sian government the names of ecclesi
astics who are to be called as parish
priests to discharge the functions of
their ministry iu such parishes as
are now vacant.
The note added that if, as waa to be
hoped, a religious peace was con
cluded, tbia practice of notifying
might bo continued in tho future.
This modus, procendi (manner of pro
ceeding) has arisen from the consid
eration tlmt, although the contem
plated bill, with its last amendment,
does contain fundamental rnodilica
tions tho importance of which aro
willinuly acknowledged, it cannot,
nevertheless, be admitted that re
ligious i c nee has been completely re
stored so long as other dispositions of
the preceding legislation of which no
mention is made in the bill as nt
present drawn, are allowed to remain.
For this reason it is thought that tho
notifying the government about the
parish rectorships actually vacantvas
nn important advance, and that by
such progressive accord we were pre
paring the ground for n coiiiplft re
ligious peace. Thereby the iHu nmnent
authori.ii ion of these notifications is
placed on a level corresponding with
that condition of perfect order which
the Holy See desires to see established
as soon as possible. Catholics,
on their side, would not see
with pleasure tho Holy Keo granting
such permanent authorization be ore
they ore given to enjoy the bene lit of
a deiiuite religious peace. Hence
great reliance is placed on considera
tions derived from tho very nature of
tho mutter in question, anil which
found their expression in tho preced
ing documents of tho Holy Hee.
Meanwhile, it has been ascertained
from various sources, and especially
from tbe lust declaration of his excel
lency, Prince it amarck, that the pro
jected bill, with its last amendments,
would (Inci great difficulty in being
adopted by tho majority in Parlia
ment if the Holy See did not, from
tho pre ont time, authorize permanent
notification. The holy lather, im
pressed by the gravity of tbia painful
situation, would propovo to tho Prus
sian Government, as a means of di
minishing the difficulty on both sides,
to complete ilio present bill by revis
ing the former dispositions not men
tioned in this bill, so as to afford
ground to hope for a complete restora
tion of religious peace. The rea na
tion of the proposal would entirely
satisfy tho holy father, and would he
received by Catholics with so sincere a
joy that ' h b holiness could from
thiB moment concede the permanent
notification. If, nevertheless, under
existing circumsttt' ces, the revision of
the May laws canntit be accomp ished
in tho manner aforesaid, as soon is
the undersigned Secretary of State
has received the assurance that this
revision shall be undertaken in tbe
very near future, the Holy See will
grant the permanent not ideation in
the sense of tbe answer given in the
note of March 2titli to the third ques
tion asked by the Prussian Legation
in its note of the same date. As to
this "third question," tho Holy See
intends to leave the government free
to fully explain to the diocesian au
thorities the motives alleged for ex
cluding the person proposed when
the government believes tbo defini
tive nomination of such a person to
tho position to be irreconcilable with
public order, because of some fact
known to the government, and
bv it proved to be serious.
The Prussian government will perceive
in these lust proposals a new proof of
t':e continual anxiety of tho holy
father to obtain religious peace, as
well an of lils endeavor to remove- all
obstacles to tho examination of the
means by which such peace may be
arrived "nt. The undersigned Secre
tary of State has the honor to assure
you, noble sir, of his highest consider
ation. CAIIIMNAL JACOUIM. '
Nearly nil the parishes in Prussia,
representing a Catholic population of
nearly 10,IXK),0.;0, have been deprived
of all regular pastoral administrations
since the real beginning of Prince
Bismarck's Kultnrkanipf in 1S72-7II.
It has been a long and disastrous
struggle, and no wonder the holy
father is willing to make great conces
sions to the government for tho pur
pose of restoring to the Prussian
Catholi s their bishops and parochial
clergy, and providing for the spiritual
needs and educational wants of a gen
eration so long neglected and perse
cuted. It is the crowning glory of the
pontificate of Ieo Mlf,
il MI' SI
iNo Aiifn.oam, J.n'io it .Uiivu
pmc-i zsxiza fcwvcr. co..
Public Artmliiistrator's Not ce.
Anril IS. lfiSfi.
-TOTTPlt l k.v
yiive IIihI 1 w.ll, na !-
u.iuistriiior uf t
he acttin ol . 1. Krvor.
tieocriBri. cli nt put
of LVOV, on the C
all of tl' r rsonal i
tic au ti"n. in thf town
. O. ana S. VI. KailrunJ,
Toi rty I cloncing I" U-
ratMil a roljiic, ino
U'hrff i"veriil vuluilhle
lior.'i-. nle to com
en KKIUAV, April s
ne-ncoat IU uVlork a.m.
APPEAL WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28, 18SG.
HUMILIATING Eruption.. It h!D and
liurniDf bain 'iorturei. Loaihioita
Sore., anil every tis. .f Jtchioa, Scaljr,
1'iuill. Inherited. Hi-rofulpui aal Coata
(ioui Dieae nf tbe Blood, bain and Scalp,
witu Lofi of Hair, from infancy to old ae,
r-oMtivelv rnred by Cutici ia, the (rrt P kin
Cure, and Curiccai 6u4r, an exqaiiite Skin
Iieautifier, externally, DJ t'l'Ticiaa Kaaol.-
ixr. the ce Wood Furifier, internally.
nivrasD wmi bokin.
I bnve been afflicted aini-t laat March with
a Skin direae tbe doctor tailed Kt-iema.
My i " cnTered with pcub and rorea.
and tbe itching and burn n "ere alinoat
unbearable Seeing your Ci'Ticeaa k kki
oira to highly recommenced, concluded to
give them a trial, uiing Ije CuTicvaa aad
Cnricia Boar etternally ani Risoi.vint
internally, lor four inontt'- I call myelf
curd, in gratitude to.' wjich I make tbil
Mes. CLARA A. FREDERICK.
Broad Brook, Conn.
NT A LP, FJ K,Ett AD RECK.
I wai afflicted with Ecteua on the Bea'p,
Fare. Can and Meek, whi'h tbe druggist,
where 1 got yeur remedies, pronounoed one
of the wor.t eaaee tbat haa eome unaer hif
notice, lie advised me to uy 'our CoTiocaa
Rhuidixi. and after fire da; s' use uy ecalp
and par of my lac were en.irely emed, and
1 bnp in another week U bare my ears,
neck, and the other part nf in face eured.
120 E. Fourth itreet, New f ork.
ITCH ISO DIUKABtft Cl'BCB.
Ci Tin-iA stands at the lead of Ita elans,
specially is this the ease with the CuTiceaa
Boar. Hare had an unusually eood sale this
summer, owing to the pretalenee of an ag
gravated form ot Ilea through so ire locali
ties In tbe country, in whirh lbs CuTiciina
itktfkDira proved sati.fsi-'nrr.
W. L. HAKDf-iG. Druggist,
C I tic rua RKTIKDIKK
Arc mid by nil drugtisis. Price: Oi'Ticcm,
5l rents: Hul it, $1.0": Soap, 25 rents.
Pom e l)i:i u iMi Chkmica'. Co., Inton.
Beud fur " How to Cure Skin DUeaaea."
TIF 4 TTTIFY the Complexion and Skin
A'a-ijtvU by n.'ing the Ci-ticira Boat.
is the cause o( I lcrlne Pains and
Weakness For Acbina Kirtcs and
M Bark. Kidney Pnlin, BoUitira,
Te-'JSSLn Chest Piim. Wrikpi-s and In
flammation, the Ci'Tiia-BA Anti-Fain Plah
Tkk is imnllile. 2.V.
l II. STANLEY,
HO HsMllsMtn Streot. afempbla, Ten
AJfUliL stock ol Woonen and Hetalli
Cases and Casketr. Burial Ko'oes, etc.,
always on hand. Orders ny Telegraph or Xel
nhnne Vromntly st.nded in.
A Valuable Patent.
Dnnjy'a (Hone) Corn awd Pea Plan
tea, a A VINO perfected my invention, I wlfh
-o place it before tbe public, especially
m.iEulaclnrers. Aa a Corn Planter, it is
perfect success opens the drill, dirtrtbute
the seed accirately, uniniured, and cover
the same, thereby ont man performing the
work of three, lber have beon uted in
this lection lor over gotten years witb per
fect satisfaction. Can give respot iible test)
JOHN II. DANCT.Danoyville,
HOW many terrible achei onc'i poor head!
ha. .h i,Ko ..rin. i pnl l, !, -
headaches. Ki'lief may bo had from Nervous,
Neuralgic, or t-li k Headache by the we of
vfYYrrVA wnicn u not a curc-nii, Dut
-WMWwWW wi)lcll 8 a cur8 for Nervous
Headache, Nenralirla, Kheumatlsm, Sciatica
and Gout No proprietary medicine has ever
obtalrjcd such Ktnujg cndoxseiiicnt from the
Died leal prolciMnn.
FOR 8AI.K BT ALL DrtTJOCIBTS.
A. A. IVIEL.I.It-R. Bole Pmpriotor. 7QB
W00DLAWN STOCK FARM.
H W00DL AWN is located within four miles of Ceurt Sriuare, Memphis, and rontons 24C
acres DOOscresiu crass, all under good renee; has large subles, good shade and runnins
water all the year round, and will be devoted entirely to posturing and telling stock of every
variety. I am now prepared to receive and soli on commission all kinds ot blooded and
eraded Stock, Horses, Catlie, Sheen. Hogs, Poultry, etc. I hose having; stock for sale I shall
be glad to correspond with them. Those who desire to purchase, I will endeavor to obtain
what thev reouiro. The Inllowing Bullions will stand the sason at Woodlawn:
sa Alt K WAV Dark brown stallion. 10 hands hiirh, by Enquirer, dam Rurica by Rune.
Markaway won treat Post Stakes, bt. I ouis, 1878, 2 mile he tls. -n d :S1 and 8:15, and the
following day won the Uarnean Cup, mile boats, in 1:43 and l:4iJ4. Is borte of fine style
and sure foal getter.' Fre 120.
HOLTON-By Triton (own brother to Trlnket-2:14), dam Mis". Butler, dam of Maud
Duller! breeder certificate, 2:28S, as 3 year old. Holloa is rich blood bay, 3 yeari old,
15.S hiah, level salted, and promises great speod. Fee, IIS.
KVHKKr '! Bruce is a dark bay trotting and pacing Million, winner of First
Prise at KerrviMe, W hands hiah, sired by Bay DicK, he ky !.eincton. Feo, $10.
H1.( U PKIaDi-Registered A. I. 0. C. Jorsov Bull. Fee. 12 50.
FOt BALE One young Jersov Bull. Peacocks, I0 per nair; (irevhound Pups, $10 each I
Newfoundland Puns, 310 each i Blaok Breasted Red Oaae Esrs, ti per dosen.
l)r C. I). KMiril, Veterinary Buriteon, can bo consulted at W oodlawn. City Agents, JAS.
JAK 8MITU CO., 284 Front. Address a I 'ettf rs
JOHaPH BUK(ET,2S4 Frant street, Memphis, Tenn.
Cotton Factors, Wholesale Grocers,
Nn. 11 ITnion Ktwt. : : HTemilits. Tcni
MANHATTAN SAVINGS BA
AND TRUST COMPANY.
DOABD OF TIIUBTB Et3.
LOV IS )IANl'K.H,
JAM Ed 8. ROBINSON,
T. U. MILBURN,
ROT. COL KM AN.
our Deposits received in sums of 91 and upward, and interest allowed on dime Seml-
aarVeUbuy'and sell local Investment T.onds and Securities generally, pay taxes, act as
trustees, and, in general, execute any financial business requiring a sale and responsible
aareniVsue drafts, In sums to snltpurcha'ers, on all parts of Korope.
axr We have a commodious Vault for the deposit oi valuables, which is at the service 0
our customers, Kre of Cbarg-e.
I. P. UADDEX, PresldenU EWD. GOLUSMITU, Yice-Prettldcnt
JAMES WTIUN. Cn'liler.
6S IP. Fa
kjp .La Mj
Parming Tools, Grass Peed, Garden Seed, Onion
CORN AKD COTTOH" PLANTERS.
R. G. RAIS & i'O., MEMPHIS.
C. E. WITKSMAN.
STAPLE 110 FANCY
309 MAIN T!, MEMPHIS, TEN2T.
ava-4'aS-H AL. FHIZC, 7S.ww.-
Ticket etaily t-V Mkaiea !
Louisiana Stats Lottery Co.
Vft do krtby etrli'v tkU vc ntpe-vt th
mrrnnorviens or nil ih Monthly and (Jmr
imti hrateinff of ths Louisiana &at Lvtun,
CompqHV l fKTBon manap and etrnfro
(A ir i. ' tiumKltre9t, and tkat ths wm.
r eondHCtfid tr Jfjnrtty, fatmt and
good faxlk toward nil j at :r. and wt antnorw
th Company to this ertfnatt, wUk jat
timila ' o ngnaiurM ttacXd, it n4
W; th uAmitt4, Bank) and Banlun,
wili pay all Prvmm drawn w fits Louitianm
Slat LotUriu which may ie prsssatsot l.oar
M. H OGLENBr.Prea. La. Hal'l Barnk.
A. BiLDWIR, Free. B. . Bk.
Incorporated la lftaa for twenty-Bve yean
by the Lgnlutui-e for Educational and
Coaritable purpoaet with a capital of II,
OCIO.UIO to which a renene fund oi over 1650,
OUOhai line been added.
By an overwhelming popular rota Ita
franchie wax made a part of the present State
Constitution, adopted December 2d, A.D.
Tils only Lottery tver oid on and indorttd
by fas peopU of any Stato
It iteiwr scales orportoonM.
It Grand Mingle Kniuberirrawlngs
take ltc mowUiljr, and the j.s
traorrtlnary Itravrlna-a rra-alHi-ly ev
ery Ibree inonih, iiiMiead of ateinl
Annnnllr aa bcrctol'ere, btKluulu(
A NPLENDIO OPPORTrNITT Tl
Wl A t'OKTUNK. FIFTH ORAND
DRAWING, CLASS K, IH 'IHK ACADEMY
OK MIISIO. NEW ORLEANS, TUESDAY,
xlay ll,ls-llail Monthly Drawing.
CAPITAL PKIZE, 875,000.
IOO.000 Ticket at Plve lnllara ISacb.
fractional. In Klftlia, lo
LI8T OF PRIZES.
1 Capital prise ..t 75,000
1 CapiUl price 25, t,0
1 Capital prire .. 10,1X0
2 Prisoe of iimn .. 12,0(0
5 Prises of 2im0 . 10,000
10 Prises of ImiO 1",OIO
20 Prises of 500 10,000
100 Prises of 200 31,000
SOO Prises of 100 SH.O.O
500 Prii es of So 25,0(0
1000 Prises of 25 26,000
9 Approximation prises of 1750 1,750
ft Approximation prises of 500....... 4,500
9 Approximation prisos of 260...... 2,20
1967 Prises, amounting to.... $266,500
AppUoatinu lor rates to clubs should be
roear only to the office of the Company in
For further Information write clearly,
givins full address. PCJNTAI, NOTKm, Ex
press Mono? Orders, or New York Exohange
In ordinary letter. Currency by Express tat
our expense), addressed
n. a. isArpnis,
New Orleaua, Ia.
Or H. A. IarPRIM,
M'nNliliiKtou D. C,
or at S Writ Court til... Memphla, Tr
Xak P. 0. Money Orders payabi'
and RttdrcHH IJciriKlerfJ Letters to
NEW OKI.F.ANN NATI4IKA1, si A 11
"Ft the Indcflntte achns and pains of nTom
' Patienta. ToNoitroB.la .opBrtor lo ia otbrx an
dyne, ir trvoue MoiMlaciio or JUUf Hilar UCU
nuktuiin, n ia aitnuat a kikhiiuc."
Fahu Ritchie, M. P., St Pan), Minn.
"IftiTe used Tone AUKS hi esiee of Nronlirto
Hatulnchos with sucr'.-tM In alnuMt evory tcstanue
lu strlc-tly Nminljrio tonzis it is unexoalled.11
O. i) Nobxom. IL D Cta tonatJ, Ohio.
' Tnnnjir.nre ha nlroacty dnoe good f arrtoe in two
eseoeof bivliititAl llcadai!-)."
Tbeo. llnAtH. M.D., 8t Thomas, Mo.
PRICE ONE DOLLAR 1'ER BOTTLE.
and 711 WABUWGTON AVKHUK. ST. LOUTS
J. O. HANDWERKKR,
DAVID P. UADDEN,
MAMKS A. OMBKRtl,
HARD Witt PliKtS.
O O M Ma
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.
arlhe firm of MEACHAJI V HOBTOX
V, H. HORTON retiring. E. E. MEACHAM
and sign ia liquidation.
JlKurma, Tixxissii, April 2d, 1886.
(MIJCCEtiNOBf TO nEACUAH UORIOBT)
Old Stand, JVo. 0 Union St... Memphis.
J. H. nY,
Late of J. ti. Day A Son.
w. h. hohtov,
Late of Meacuam i liurton,.
Bay, Morton I Bailey.
GROCERS & COTTON FACTORS,
360-362 Front St. Jlempliis, Tenn.
THE LIVERfiSORE FOUNDRY AND MACHINE COMPANY..
F0UNDRF & MACHINE DEP'TlGOtol74 Adams St., Memphis
Grl- Mills, V
llnnM ft r
I'ronta r-u Jl i
a. ia a, ,
:Repaira. "Vs. -
IRON & BAILWAY SUPPLY DEFT, 22G Rnd 228 Second St.
tSuceessors in this lepartment to JOHN MAN0UUE.)
inrWr'tn n 'nr itiffirnmtion nn ANY 'IHINO In either line.
J. A. BAILEY.
j. k mm & ce,
336 Second Street, Memphis.
A LARGE AND COMPLETE STOCK OF PLUMBERS, OA3 AND STE VM FITTERS
Matcrinls. Piltnn. Drive Wells. Iron. Ld and -"tone Pine. Oaa HTtiis. Olohe. Vt
FRANK F. W0CDS.
Harness, Saddles, Agricultural Implements and Machinery.
GEORGIA COMBINED COTTON AND COKN PLANTEK.
3 NHnd Ntreet.. WempliU. Tenn.
W. A, GAGE & CO.
DILLARD & COFFIN,
tig- Cafth Advanoew to Mvrvhnnl nl Plmiifrw.
AW ISO PLASING-MI1J., BAVT-IHO.
Boors, Sash, Blinds, Elolding, Lumber,
Lath ana Shingles, Flooring, Ceiling and Cedar Posts.
MEMPHIS, - - TJKIS'KESSSSE.
SLEDGE BROS., of Como, Miss.
i sm ask E? A
y TH N H R If
r. ffRS TVcTt Kti-p'ot
M. QaTln. John S. Sullivan.
gttuZmG hnmii sSii Vis
WJiole2Ie rocera, Cotton Wuctor .
232 && 234 Front
Mr. I. N. RAINEY icv-foi his whole time to the weicM) an J sn'e nt nil Cottcn ttt-ur :ed
lu our cburco. C'ullon Waroboase. ') tt astiit'gton streot.
WM. BEXJES. .
NEW CARRIAGE FIRM.
Tomlin & Benjes,,
179 Main St., Meaiphis.
(jBer special inducements it Orrn Eucgiea
of eur own make, at f-i; Xd Ruggies ot
our own make, at S12-I. All work war
ranted. Ca!l belore you buy.
stay Having difposcd of our entire stock of
Vehicles and the Manufacturing UcparU
ment to Mefers. TOMLIN k BEXJfcS, we
besiesk lor them a contintiatioe of the-
pa renaae so lotia extended to us.
OARRTAUR t H4KI.WAMK CllMPAXV.
it this day dissolved by mutual agreemeate.
will make settlement of the old business,,
IE. E. MEACHAM.
W. H. HORTON.
1. W. H A1XFT,
Lute of Bailey Covincton,.
If oop, Itaad
G. E. WITT.
W. 0. SWOOl'fi.
F. M. 0P.FLE'I', KcsWent Partner.
M 0 ifk t? 8 Effi!
Kft C ! M W f.. Q I? M H
rtioa. .itaxia. 2. J. t'lstrat
ebbansiMa n. tv0f rar
Si9 lemgMs, Teri,
0. W. TOMLIS.
GiMi & Co.