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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL THURSDAY, APRIL 2i, 188G.
STRIKES AT CHICAGO.
ITRMTl'RE JTAKERS IJf A STATE
Ihe ElghUIonr Agitation Spread
ing (jibor Disturbances' at
Chicago, III., Arril 28. The 275
.mployes of K. Ko'.hschild's Hons,
lurnitore manufacturers, on Kinzie
street, are ia a rtaga of rebellion.
Last Tuesday they struck tor eight
hours' work and ten boars' pay. The
iirm promiped to meet the demands on
May Is Mnce then one or two men
have been discharged; slight protests
have been made, informal committees
have from time to time wailed upon
the heads of the house, and a general
UDf a?iDf has bees manifested. Yes
terday there cam a, from Cincinnati
tidings which hive precipitated a
crisis. The main, borne of the firm
there employs 500 men. Shortly
after the reeumpt'ou of work follow
ing the dinner hour a messenger en
tered the Kinzie street shops and an
nounced that the men in Cincinnati
had t truck for the tame favors granted
here, and had sent an appeal for
anpport and help. This bit of
news swiftly spread. At this
critical juncture a stranger saun
tered into the establishment,
coolly walked np the staiis to the oflice
11 jor and thence, with the same delib
eration, op another flight to the shop
room, filled with operate r j. Here, ac
cording to the published account, he
truck an attitude and (aid: "Let every
man quit work; I'm der committee.'
All hands resigned their work to stare
at the intruder. Mr. David liotlm-
child, who had beard the unsual
Round, bounded op the stairs. "What
do you want here?" he tunndored at
"I'm der committee," retoited the
"Vonr are the committee, nr you?"
howled Mr.Kitusnhild. ' We i, we'll
just call the patrol and take a good
look at you." t
Ho dashed dqtn to the telephone,
but "der committee" wni first to reach
the bottom of the ft lire, and sped out
of eight nff an alley. Work in the
shep watjtoruuied, but at the close of
the day (ue men gathered in groups
In the ' neighborhood to discuss the
Last night the men held a secret
meeting. A stormy and turbulent
session ended in a decision to strike.
Formal notice was lent to Mr. David
Rothschild that the men would not go
to wore in wis morning. The entire
force, which include! the packers and
handlers in the warehouses, will re
main out on this order. No demands
were made ia the notification dis
patched to Mr. Rothschild, although
it is understood that this strike wai
ordered pending the settlement of the
Cincinnati grievances. One striker
said last night that the co-operation in
this strike of every furniture worker
in the city would be obtained, and
that unless the employers come speed
ily to terms a walk-out of mammoth
proportions will ensue.
Mr. Julius Rothschilds says: "We
agreed to tho eight hour demand of the
men last Tuesday, and have bad the
etrike every day since. Nowoarmon
have no cauee lor due intent, but the
trouble is that they are carried away
by these unions, afaemhlies and the
'liae to which they belong. Why,
when (hat tramp came in here they
almost walked out on Lis order. As
t j our Cincinnati strike, I doa't kcow
what to do. The men quit work
yesterday, and I guess that 1 will have
to let 'em y out until alter the first
of May. These labor turmoils have
thrown trade into a very bad shape.
I would not dare contract to day for
any large supply that I might have
to turn ou. Yesterday I at
tempted right here 'in this
city and elsewhere, by telegraph
ing, to make contrec s with furniture
manufacturers for J 1)0,010 worth of
household goods which I have not the
capacity to furnish. I ran't make the
contacts, as no maouf c'.urer will en
gage to do the work with the price of
labor so nnctrUin. We have foreseen
this Bta'.e of attain for months, and
all winter bavo pushed work until we
have four warehouses full of our man
ufactured product- We could starve
cut a strike, I think."
Another member of the firm says if
the men do not return to work to-day
the factory will be closed.
LaUr. Two hundred and seventy,
five cabinet-makers and furniture
workers went out on strike this morn
ing. They demand ten hours' pay f r
eight houra' work, and the firm con
cluded they could not meet the de
mand. This strike is the outcome of
one in their factory at Cincinnati.
Tbia morning there was no disorder,
the men for the most part staying
away from the vicinity ot the factory.
THE BOOT AND SHOS H ANI F ACTLBKM.
The Western Boot and Shoe Manu
facturers' Association was formed in
thii city last night. Sixty li' ins were
represented in person and ItiO in all,
by letter, throughout the Wta. The
object of the association is for mutual
Cection. A committee from the
t and Shoe Trimmers and Cutters'
Union wes received requesting ten
hours' pay for eight hours' work,
claiming that in the EBt wages were
higher, and that in Cincinnati they
would demand f 10, $13 and $20 per
week. The rommittea Bai l that the
uniof , atlcr May 1st, would expect tea
hours' pjy for eight hours' work. The
cutters, with others if the union, are
opposed to any reduction io wages,
but insist on eight hours for a day's
work. The intnufarUmTi, on being
eked if they could atlori fo give ten
hours' pay lor eight hours' work, gave
a unanimous "No." It was then re
solved by them tr a. they adopt the
same scale of wages for the same
classes and amount of work, and that
the same number cf, hours constitute
day's work, that is adopted
in the Eitt The mannf us
urers held a long conference with a
committee from the Box makers' As
embly of the Knighti of Labor. The
request of the workmen was that they
bs given eight hours work, the fines.
tion of wages to be regulated in the
future. Atier t'je labor men presented
their ide of the question the commit
tee retired and the manufacturers
adopted the tollowing resolution:
Ilfsolved, Tea', owing to the peculiar
onditira and character of our buti-
B6.s, we tan not onsis'.ently concede
to the eight-hour rale, and that in lieu
thereof we agree to pay an advance of
10 per cent on present wages on a ba
sis of tan hours as a dav'a labor. an, I
o'.herwife run the business as hereto
fore, niinnly, ten hours ner dav. Tha
mat er will be considered by the Bsx-
rnaxjrs ABjemoiy to nigbt.
IRON ANDETKKL JKTKR1C8T3,
One of the morning papers publishes
interviews with all the leading iron
and steel manure! urers of the city,
"who declare ttat the present eight
hour movement amorg their men haa
been tally co;iejnei ; that roil luror
ini men a.-e not btuk of it, bfrt that it
is fomented by non-laboring agitators,
and that they will not accede to the
eight-hour demand. The feeling among
the contniciors and builders in regard
to the eight-hour movement is one of
uncertainty. Xuey seem io realize
that they are occupying a very pecu
liar situation. On the one baud
tbey have laboring men who are de
manding eight hours' work and ten
houra' pay, while on the other hand
are the owners of 1 U who are anxiuus
to improve them, but who will not ex
dcsj apian while the prices of labor
are unsettled. The eight-bonr move
ment has taken a firm hold of the men
employed in the brass foundry and
finishing shops of the city, and by the
end of the present week all the firms
in tnat business will nave Heard trom
a committee of their meD, and have
taken a stand for cr again't the adop
tion of the short day. Some of the
larger manufacturers of brass and cop
per goods have alreedy received eo ice
trom their emplojei that they want
eight hours work with ten hours pay.
Out a BHrlko.
Chicago, III , April 28. The Bruns-wick-Balke-Collender
numbering 400 to 500, are out on
a strike again. At the time they (truck
three weeks ago Mr. Bensinger agreed,
according to the men, to discharge all
non-union men, but be kept one, a
lumber measnrir. Yesterday a com
mittee asked for the diecharge of tt.U
man or to have bim given work out
aide the factory, aud Mr. Bensinger
pro Bleed to give them an answer last
night. The sen went to their benches
at 7 o'clock this morning. As no
word came from Mr. Bensinger by 8
o'clock the dnlegates in each of the
departments ordered the men out, and
lbs Hew Turk Nirel-Ur Nlrlke.
New York, April 28 The Third
avenue suriace cars began running at
7:15 o'clock this morning and at 11
o'clock siity-six cais were moving on
the Third avenue and ten on the One
Hundred and Twenty-il.th street line
and six on tho cable road. Twenty
new drivers mint to work to day and
109 men nnr.lied for pot itions a con
ductors The strikers began running
a tilly fco wagon at U o'clock this
morning, and it is crowded at every
trip. Toe police were on band early,
as usual, but ever) thing was reported
to be quiet.
AT feT. LOUIS.
Merlon Thle Imminent Ainoug
Ine ctliue flunulHrlarem.
St. Louis, Mo , April 28. A meeting
of the shoe manufacturers of this city
was held yesterday to consider a ra
quest made by a committee of the
Knights of Labor that they adopt the
use ( f the union label. A discussion
of the proportion brought to light the
facts that such a course would news
sitits the exc naive employment in all
departments of Knights tf Labor, who
shall be allowed to refuse to work
with anyone or jac t'orable to their
ordtr, and not bo discharged for such
refusal. These demands appeared ex
cessive to the manufacturers, und they
adapted resolutions refusing to ac
cede to them. Serious trouble among
the employes in the various factories
TUB DAKCRS AND C0NFKCTIONID8.
The boss bakers and confectioners
ot this city held a meeting last nigbt
to consider tho threat of the Otn'ia!
Labor Union to boycott all bakers who
shall refuse to put the union label oa
their ware?. After a general discus
sion of the nature of the union's de
mand and its probable efloct upon
their business, it was agreed that tho
demand should not be acceded to. A
committee was appointed to rot far
with fie oflkors of the Labor Union
with the hope that the boycott may
In days of obi on llalon lived,
Kor whom th youth of (ireeoe o
llricvod they fired the wall of Troy.
Whom Venus for an apple fold
With all bur beauty, all her gold
To l'riain's Diirdun boy.
That Helen now In yru Is seen.
There' Union In your form and uilen
To wnke the world's surprise,
There's Helen In your oval faoe,
There's Helen in your every grace,
Thero't Uoll'n both your yea.
The Mlniunch at Uaaonaeler.
In th dyspeptic atnmaeh imnure canes are
generated, after weals, that distend and dis
tress it, at well as the bowels. The hunt car
minative for cramps, colicky iinini and
heiirtoorn or bilious erui'tatinne, ia Ikslel
ter'a Momach liittera. Carbonate o! aod
and efforTeioiiif aperient! ar far inferior Io
it in efticacyf and aa hyaieiAns now uuder
etnnd, impair the tone of the etotnach. Co
pioua iibationa oianyaortar Injurioaa to
the atomaeh, and to diluU ita luiiea ia cer
tainly not thf way to increase their digeativo
uaefalnen. Aided by the llitteri, the diec
tive oriant, when enfeebled and (Unordered,
renal n their loit ton and regularity, not, of
coune. Immediately, but with a devre of
rapidity huhly Indicative of th excellence
ot the rmeily. It haa the further effect ol
reculatini the bowela and liver, protecting
uie ayftiem ucatnii malaria, relieving rneu
matiam and neuralgia, and lnereaaing con
A Naw C'oaaet.
KocniSTEB, N. Y., Apiil 28. A tel
gram received I ait evening from Mr.
Brooks of I'helps, N. Y , announced
to Dr. Saift, director of the Warner
Observatory, his discovery o( a new
comet in Caaaiopela, in the field with
Kappa, right acenion 0 bourj 15 and
declination north 02". It was exam
ined with the groat telescope of the
w arner utteervatoty. it is a pretty
large, faint nsbulous oliect. Laving
neither nucleus nor tail. I s motion
is slow and nearly east. This d's 'ov-
ery secures to Mr. Bro?l s the fi'st
arner comet pnro of the year. The
comet may be seen with a threa and
one-half inch teW cope.
Ilraaliry Vonr llama,
Finitth tho walls and coiling with
AliibiLstino. You can do it; inex
pensive; try it. White and twelve
tints. Cheaper and bettor than paint.
kulsomine or puper. Disinfects and
prevents diseases. Beautiful sample
card free. By dni;:,iit8, hardwaro
and paint dealers. $ &0 taivvn away.
6. JJ ANoKIKLD a. CO., Memphis.
India Iepredailon In Artaena.
Nog alio", Ar z , April 28 The In
dian depredations of yesterday were
in the moat thickly fottltd poit'on of
Pima county. This is the firtt raid in
that sect'oa for years. It is believed
that the hostiles are committing these
outages in revenge for the suppoeed
death of the raptured portion of their
band recently rent to Florida. Uen.
M ies arrived Utt Dwht If the hos
tiles remain in Arisona it is stated
that he will tike the field.
Xe Trouble to Nwallow
Dr. Tierce's "IVlloU" (the original
"little liver pills") and no pain or
griping. Cure sick or bilious head
ache, Hour s omih h, and cU-rmw the
evstcui and bowels. 25 cents a vial.
Snta t BxtrnstoM.
The Fan a F las 500 teams at work
grading be ixtersion frDta PnMas ti
Fort Smith. They hare to establish
through eonnecton this fa'l. The Mis
aouri i'joitl,: is also bird at work, gia I
ine for the liae from Oreecville to
A HORRIBLE HOAX.
BLOOD CURDLIX.; STORY OF OUT
Murder In Kaunas Tnras Oat to Be
a Canard a ( lever Confi
Topeka, Kas., April 28 -LaHt Satur
day the wifo of Jacob Friemtith, a
homesteader in Seward county, was
cruelly murdered and outraged by
Fritz Ripin, a lialf-witted tieriiian,
who won dropped to tleatli luk-r.
Unpin had been for some time enjoy
ing the hospitality of the Fruimuths.
lie was homeless and without friends,
and they had taken him until he
could find work.
On the day mentioned, during the
temporary absence, of Mr. F'reimuth,
Utipin overpowered his benefactor's
wife and brutally outraged her per
son. Hot content with this, he bound
the lady band and foot and cut her
throat from ear to ear. The brute
then secured an old rusty hoe, and
while the woman was yet writhing in
the death strokes, he disemboweled
her with the blunt instrument. Mrs.
Frei ninth was rnceinle, and when dis
covered tho unborn babe lay a few
feet from the body of the mother cut
in two. Mr. Freirouth returned
Sunday and when lio discovered the
mutilated body of ' his wifo he
be amu a raving muniuc A neighbor
in that pparHcly settled region hap
pened to bo pausing that way shortly
after 12 o'clock anil found him wild
with frenzy, but dared not approach
for fer of his personal safety, lie
rode rapidly to a settlement some
eight miles d stunt and told tho terri
ble tals. A party was at once organ
ized and they returned to the scene of
tho outrage and found Fn'imiitb
weltering in his own blood. Ho had
killol himsu'f with a shot-gun. A
grave was dug and tho remains of the
unfortunate people wore buried. Tho
Hume then nt out to scour the country
for the murderer, and found him se
creted in a sniull ravino several miles
away from the scene of his diabolical
crime near the Cimarron river. Some
speculation was indulged in as to the
proper method of ridding tho world
of him, but not much time was con
sumed in deliberating. A fractious and
spirited horse was secured and sad
dled. Ono end of the long lurint was
then fastened around his nock and
tho other extremity was attached to
tho pommel of tho saddle. The horse
was then started, and, amid the shout
ing of the men and crack of revolvers
and rilles, the friwbtonel animal tore
madly away. After a run of nearly
five miles the beast fell exhausted,'
and tho lifeless body of tho murderer
was loosened as soon as tho men came
up. The buiit had drawn so tight
that his head Was almost severed, from
his body. Tho features showed that
ho had died a terrible death. The
body was left tying on the prairie, un
A I'RTEL CI If A HI).
KassAs City, Mo , April 28. A dis
patch to tho Associated Press states
that tho report of a terrible tragedy in
Seward county, Kas., publish, d here
and elsewhere this morning, prove i
vo do a cana'ii.
A '.ver t'oulidruce Man.
riiii.AiiKi.riiiA, Pa., April 28. Tho
Timt says: A tall, tiro looking port
ly man, about forty vears old, with a
dark-brown mouMuclie, hair of tho
same color, slightly bald, red face and
the confidential air of a success til
merchant, registered at the liinchnm
,i i i- i , i , .
uouse insi rnuay. lie nau a grip
sa.'k with him. lie aprond th nauio
of F.d. Kitlimne, Siringtield, Ohio, on
the hotel regatcr. Ho left for Pitts
burg on tho 1 1 :20 o'clock train Satur
day night with three largo trunks full
of clonks, suitings, cloths, silks and
jewelry. Mr. kinnnno hud cleverly
swindled ft number of Market street
me chants and got away with his
Jilunder, Mr Kinnane dropped in on
ucob S. Punting, tho cloth merchant,
northwest corner of Second and Mar
ket streets, Friday last, and bought
about $.101) worth" of cloth for the dry
goods house of Kinnane, Wren & Co.,
Springfield Ohio. He told a plausible
story of his connection w.th tho
house; that be was a son of
tho senior member of tho firm
and ono of the firm himself, and
asked Mr. Hunting to send the cloth
in a trunk to Riegel, Scott A Co., Xo.
'.VM Market street, who were also going
to ship hint gome goods. Mr. Punt
ing, alter ascertaining that the house
of Kinnane, Wren A: Co. of Spring
field, O , was A No. 1, and that Kiegel,
Scott & Co. were going to send goods
out there, immediately sent tho trunk,
which was nearly f to his neighbor.
Mr. Hunting said to-day: "It was a
good, clean job. I am 'not as much
out as some of the other merchants
along the street. I never would have
sent the goods to a hotel for him if ho
had asked me to do so. I am too old
a bird for that. He requested me to
send the trunk un to K eirol. Scott &
Co., as lie bad bought Rome goods
there which were to bo put in it. 1
did so. Ho w as (a clever confidence
Ricgol, Scott & Co. were swindled
out of a trunk full of valuable silks.
Tho other merchants swindled are tho
wholesale jewelry house of S. Kind A
Co., No. 443 Market street, and Wright
Profilers & Co., No. 321 Market street,
Pinkerton's detectives are looting
for the successful buyer of dry goods,
silks, wraps and jewelry.
Ne.o lynched In Hentnrky.
Lot isviu k, Ky., April 2.S. A special
to the 'lime says: Meridy Jones, a
notorious negro, was killed "by a mob
of citizens about midnight last nigbt,
near Auburn. Ky. On Monday nigbt
Jones entered the room of two respect
able young ladies ami tried to chloro
form them. He wo d scovered, but
made his escape. Ha was captured
by officers, who wero taking him to
jail when the mob seized Jones to
hang him. IN attempted to escape,
and was shot down. A. D. G'och, a
citizen, while remonstrating with the
mob, received a severe pistol shot
Alderman Jarhne Irlal.
Nkw York, April 28.-Henry W.
Jaehne, the Alderman who is accused
of accepting a bribe of J 20,0 JO from
"Jake Sharp for his vote in the
Proadway railroad franchise, was ar
raigned in the Court of Oyer and Ter
miner to-day. After a brief consulta
tion between counsel for the prosecu
tion and defense and Judge Parrett,
the trial of the cose wan fixed for May
IlrtltY'ri to Have Hern Mardrrrd.
Cincinnati, O., April 2S.-Tho body
of John l!ob.-on, seventy-two years of
nge, was found to-day in the river be
neath tfne of the wharf boats. Ho
had been miwiiig sinco last Fr'day.
His family believe he was murdered,
though no external marks of violence
were found. It is hinted that he was
thrown into a large sower and floated
down to where ho was found.
tjnm toerfhl aeriM Iml W Tieaill
haa, and nhat Buffering- H caused by theae
iZ?...: v. h. , v .
headache. Kelicf may be bad from Kerroua,
Veutalglc or bick Headache by the use of
at. . .v... . Which la not a cure-all. but
tirh fa si rnp liiv Koroniia
.Bertache. Neuralirla, Rheumatlon, fP'SStilffiS
and Gout. Ko proiirletary medicine baa ever -....' .
obXalSa gn, b Vtn,ng eudorat-ment from the I oJLZXX : to ,w
medical pru'iiion. I Tuco. IUsmakn, M. D , St. Tbonu, Mo.
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W00DLAWN STOCK FARM.
tar WOODL AWN ia located within foar milea of Cenrt Fquarp, Memphia, and ronttlna 2(C
aerea 2Iiliacreiiu graaa, all under gond tenoe; hai large alahles, good ahaiie and running
water all th year round, and will be devoted entirely to pasturing and telling stock of every
variety. I an now prepared to re -live and sell on commission all kinds ot blooded and
araded Stock, Uorses, Cattle, 6bee. llogs. Poultry, etc. Ihose having stock for sale I shall
Be glad to eorrspond with them. Thoie who desire to purchase, I will endevor to obtain
what thev reouire. The lollowing blallions will stand the season at Woodlawn :
as AKK WAV Dark brown stallion, 16 hands huh, by Enquirer, dam Kurica by Rurie.
Harkaway woa treat Post Stake', bt. Louis, 1878. i mile beats, 'n 3:3 and 3:35, and the
following day on the Oarnean Cup, mile beats, in 1:43 and l:4ij. Is horse of flue style
and sure foal getter.' Fre.'ll.
llaaLTUN-liy Triton (own brother to Trinket-2:14), dam Miss Botler. dam of Hand
Butlert breeder s certinsate, 2.'2sH, as S yeara old. Hoi 'on ia rich blood bay, 3 years old,
16.3 high, level salted, and promises great speed. Fee, tc
KVBKHr iU' Bruce is a dark bay trotting and peeing stallion, winner of First
Prlte at Kerrville, V bands hinh, sired by Ry Dies, he by Leiinaton. fee, f 10.
HL,'K fume Registered A. I. C. C. Jersey Bull. Fee, t2 60.
FUK BALK One young Jeraey Bull. Peacocks. I0 per pair; (Ireyhound Pupa, 110 each t
Newfoundland Pups, $10 each) Black Breaated
l)r V. 1 1. b.Mi ti, veterinary surgeon, can
3 At 6M1TU4C0.,24 Front. Addrem a I
terinary burgeon, can
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LOUIS HANAt KR, THOMAS POYLE,
LAZARUS LEVY. T. II. MILBURN,
ASURKW RKSKERT. SOL COLK.MAN.
JAMES S. ROBINSON, WM. KATZENBERQER.
es-Deposits received In sums of 91 and upward, and interest allowed on same Semi
annually. SOT We buy and sell local Investment Bonds and Securities generally, pay taxea, actai
trusteea, and, In general, execute any financial bueiness requiring a sale and responsible
giir We Isaue drafts. In soma to ault purchasers, oa all parts of Europe.
aar We have a commodious Vault for the deposit ol valuablea, which is at the aervlce 0'
our euatoinera, free or C'burirw.
1). 1 HADDE.V, President. EWD. GOLDiMITU, Tlce-PreuldeuU
JAMES NATHAN, fai-hler.
Farming Tools, Grass Seed, Garden Seed, Onion
CORN ATi D COTTON PLANTERS.
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Vormia Worm Fovr, Wormdolio..eJ
Oylns Co Ho, or Toothincr of InfanUei
Dlnrrhrn u( OhiUreu or Adulta
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Nail li brum, Erysipelas, K.ruptiooaw
II heumaliain, KUriimaUo Falns.,..M .
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I'atarrh Influenza, Cold in the Head.
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bold br Irnrirt, or iMnt potnaiit on reor-iptof
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DR. C. McLANE'S
BE SURK YOU GET T11K GENUINE. Tha
Counterfeits are made la bt. Louie, Mo.
No. 8107, R.D.-Jn the fhanoery Court o
Shelby county. Tenn. The titate of Ten
nessee fur its own use. etc., ve. Mary A.
Brown et al.
It appearing from bill which Is sworn to la
this raue that the attendant, John Hidillos
ton, or lluddletnn. s a resident uf the State
of Louisiana; that Wm. P. lUrton isa resi
dent of Miii.ni; that P. M. DuBose is a
resident of tleork.! that w arren Irussis a
resident cf M.i.jitpi ; that . J. l'hillipa
is a nsident ot Mississippi, and all non-residents
of Tennrsseei and that Mrs. A. X.
tiaynor and hu, ..nil. A. T. Uaynur, are also
non-reidents of Tennessee t
It is therefore ordered, 'lhat they a'l make
their ap-e:irnn'e herein, at the Hiurthiue
of helliy couniv, in Memphis, Tenn , on or
before the (irst '.vUnil 'T in May, lvsi, igil
plead, answer or demur to complainants'
hill, or the sumo will he taken lur cuilfvl
as to thorn an 1 ,ot for hearing ei p rte; and
that a r.iy of thiiord-r be puli-hod once
a week, for four tuci'ess ve weoks, in the
Memphis Apif.il. tun diet day vt Juarch,
lNSti. Acopy a'test! . , .
S. I .Mobutt al.L, Clerk and Ma'tor.
til. M llradlry. )evuty Clerk etilaster,
John Johusou, sul lor ccaii'la t. thu
mTtw tbft frt(lntt mfhmm w4 mIm ni
S't J'm to fuTnor Gny other ano-
., .S-ntoue Headache or Mu ailar fiuen-
mat lam, it la almt a riMM-inc."
Faaa Kin am. M. T.. St Paul, Minn.
ITaT need Toxoaltnk in Cf -we of Kearalgio
RMdiiobM with puuctwa in aJrrwMt. avHi'v """
Had tiaite Eggs, ti per doaen
be oonsultedat Woodlawn. City Agents, JAB.
ArtureM a I iciura
JOSarH BUKET,284 Front street, Memphis, Tenn.
J. i. HANDWERKER,
RAVTD P. H AI'DKN,
:.1AVES A. OMBEHO,
No. 6120 R. D. In the Chancery Court ot
BhelVy county. Tenn. The State of Ten
nessee and County of Sholby va. Frank
Zimmerman et nl.
It appearing from fhe bill which is sworn
to in this causo that the do'endants, Corne
lia A Menken, Rachel D Monken nnd UB
I'lallin (Io,, are r idents of tha State ol
New York; that Kemb rt Troferant and
Snllie Trcsevant, heirs J P Tresevant, de
ce isod, are reeidonts of the State of Louis
iana ; that U A Herman, trustee, ia a resident
of the Slate of Florida, nnd that they are
all nnn-rcsiilents of the Stain of Tennessee.
And that the residences of Brid.et llHrvey,
Elizabeth iScholeniur. Bridget Koehe, Adam
Ilein, Stephen Kinclla, Mary Kioe, t'ath
erine Tynron, klizabeth Quinl.n, V II,
iVlary K, John 7. and Charles I, Kerr. W ll
Owen.Jaroes Bratten, trustee, Nicholas War
field. Michael (Juinlun, Bridget Kelly, John
t Williams and F I Williams, his wife, An
nie Love, R P Murr, Catherine Kirrmn and
husband, Kirmiin, Mrs llnlbaine Firbish,
iMaryM Lati, Cornelia A BsibonrandJ ti
Barbour, her husband, Chris Murray. (Jee J
Mosky.cold.R M Foster. C,K Faint, I Partin,
Margarot Carney, Mary A Newman. James
B Bennett, Mary W Livingston and child
ren, names unknown, Ihoa O'Mailcy, and
if any of the above partita are dead their
unknown heira or drviseea, aro unknown
anl cannot be ascertained after diligent
inquiry. And tho names and residences ot
the heirs or devisoes of Wm Joiner, de
ceased, Martin W Hut, of Ellen Fitipstrick,
deceasid, of J W Mathews, dooeased, of L V
Dixon, trustee, dee'd, are unknown and can
not be a'oertatned after diligent Inquiry.
This bill is filed to collect taxes due the
State and county on varioua lota belonging
to the above parties and to othera.
It ia therolore ordored, Thar they make
their appearance herein, at the Court House
of Shelby oonnty, in Memphis, Teon-, on or
before the first Monday in May, 1886, and
plead, answer or demur to complainant bill,
or the same will re taken fur oontesaed as to
them and set for hearing ex parte ; and that
a copy of this ordor be published once a
week, for four sucoeestve wiek. in the Ap
peal. This Slst day of March, 1SH6.
A copy Attest :
S I. MrDOWELL, Clerk and Master.
By H. F. Walsh, Deputy C. and M.
Lee Thornton, Solicitor for complainant.
No. fOi0, R, D. In the Chancery Court ot
Shelby County, Tonn. State of Tennes
see, fur its own use, etc, vs. K. M. Apper
son et nl.
It appearing from bill which is sworn to in
this cause th t the defendants, M. A. and
C W. Chancellor, aro residents of the State
of Varylun.li that Joseph Meux is a resident
of California; that Margaret J. Ooodhue
and Wm. H. Stovall aro residents of the
State of Mississippi; that Charles 0 Bald
win, David C. Haldwin, reymour W.
Baldwin and Tbeofield tlangns are
residents of Arkansas; tlnit 11 K Sen
teny and wife, Mary Z Hill Senleny,
and Joseph A .unone are residents of Ken
tucky and all non-residents of Tennessee;
and that J A liars and wife, Margaret H
Hays, Mrs J J Sears and B B Sears are all
non-residents of the State of Tennessee:
thai the names and places of residence of
the heirs of Hannah Caudee and of Fred
erick Caudee. and of Chaa N Caudee, and of
ML Jones, and of Alexander Keirsey, and
of John Zanone, msdo parties on account of
their interest in lot in block 63, llayoso
street. 4'JxloO feet, lota HI and 82, Flippin
subdivision, lot 29 Borland avenue. 6(1x170
leet, lot Mi, Suiette street, and other prop
erly mentioned and described in the bill, are
all unknown and cannot be ascertained
after diligent inquiry, this being a auit U
enforce tax liens;
It is thorel'ne ordered, That all said par
ties and said unknown hairs make their ap
pearance herein at the Cnurl-iiouse of
Shelb county, in Memphis, Tenn., on or be
lore the first Monday in May, l&Sii, and
Elesd. answer or demur to complainant's
ill, or the ,aine will be taken lor confossed
as to them and set for hea ing ex parte; and
that a copy of this order be publitbrd once a
week fur tour successive weeks in the Mem
phis Appeal. Thu.ilst day of March, lBsti.
A copy Attest:
r. I. Mi'lM'W KL1 Clerk and Master.
By .1. M. Bradley, liernty O. and M.
r.ll.andC. W. liei.-koll, Solicitors Cr
Pf!,"PJ Instant relief. Final eure
a- aa.ij'J. ten daya, and never rturna.
No purge, no salte, no supporitory. Sufjer
ers will learn of a simple remedy. Free, by
addressing C.J.MAbON, TS.Nnuug at-.N.Y.
NOTICE 8F DISSOLUTI
avarlbe firm of M EACH AM Ar HOBTOX ia thii day dissolved by mutual agreexent,
W. H. DORTON retiring. E. E. MEACHAM will make settlement of the old business,
and sign In liquidation. IB. E. MEACHAM.
Mitk-rHii.Tsxxatists, April 21, 1886. ' W. II. U0RT0N.
Old Stand, No. 9
J. H. DAT,
Late of J. b. Day 4 Son.
W. H. HORT,
Late of Meacham A ilurtcn.
Bay, Morton S late
ES & COTTON FACTORS,
360-362 Front St., Memphis, Tenn.
FOUNDRY & MACHINE DEP'T, 1(10 to 171 Adams St., MemphiPj
rlt- MUlaX '
IfmatnA '', i.vu
"era, i jl ,
IRON & RAILWAY SUPPLY DEP'T, 22G and 228 Second St.
(Successors In this lepartment to JOHN MAN0GUE.)
exw-Wrlte ns for infnrmstinn on ANY 'IHINft In either line
J. A. BAILEY.
J, L BAILEY & CO,,
33G Second (Street, Memphis.
A LARGE AND C0MPLETB 8T0CK OP PLUMBKRS. a.A3 AND STEAM FITTERS,
M uteri nls. Pump. Orive Wells. Iron. Leid and -tone Pipe. His l-lTtnees, Olnhes. Ktc
FRANK P. WOODS.
Harnoss, Saddles, Ajrricultnral Implements end Machinery.
UEOKGIA OtIIIIXEI COTfOX AXO COUN Pt.iXTElt.
.12 NMMti.l Streof. lffsniilil". Tenn.
W. A. GAGB & CO.
Ifo. SOO Front Street. : Memnbis, Tenn.
DILLARD & COFFIN,
t" fash Art Tan cow to Hferohnastw nnd IMnnOrsu
B 1 " ".."--iBi. V A-"L ' - O
g ..ncBca, :.-.-re,.v-.:..t -sr-----.rj; ..-. T ': -j .. g
A.W ABTD FLAKIHe-XIIX, SAVT-TABB,
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Molding, Lumber,
Lath and Shingles, Flooring, Celling and Cedar Posts.
SIEMPHIS, - - TESTKESSEE.
SLEDGE BRO&, of Como, Kiss.
o. 365 Front Street
Jksa S. Balllvna.
m. si ri. rx psa f n efA wm. wm n f
Wholesale Grocers, Cotton ITactora
And Ccmnisslcn Merchants,
232 and 234 Front St., KempMs, Teno,
MKTWrr.ll ADAMai AND aKrFKKAOH.
Mr. I. N. EAKEY deTts hla whole tin . to the weicMng eni sa'e of all Cottoa entrastel
U our charge. Culta u ai'ljintoo street.
G. W. T0MLIN. WM. BENJES.
NEW CARRIAGE FIRM.
Tomliti & Eeiijes,
179 Main St., Memphis.
Offer special inducements in Open Burt iea
of eur own make, at ar; Top Buag:es ot
oar uwn make, at $12". All work war
ranted. Call before Juu buy.
Having disposed of our entire stock of
Vehicles and the Manufacturing depart
ment to Messrs. TOMLIN & BEXJfcS, we
bespeak for them a continuance of th
pairenage ao Ions extended to na.
r.FRTAK H.HHWAKK OoMPAVT.
KEACDAH t nORTOSi)
Union St., Memphis.
J. XV. BAILET.
Late or Bailey i Covington.
'4 ' k
U. E. WIIT.
W. C. SW00PE.
F. M. KORFLEET, Eesidf nt Partner.
- Memphis Temiewijt
E. J. Clark