MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL Fit IDA Y, APRIL 30, 18SG.
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THE EIGIIT-IIOIP. RILE.
OF THE QUESTION
COXriSlED AT Cltll'lGO.
XMiinraclorer YitlJIn to the De
mand of t Ii a Men Labor
Trouble)) at St. Louis.
Chicaoo, III. A ril 20 Thf em
plote oi thtt Wt Divia'on Kreet
Car Shops DO'ilifJ cMlrriitndent
Cfgor Tufslny that the? wonl.1 lopt
the eight-bour role on May li.r, and
would expect the Mm. pr they
mar. rwiwinB at preer.t Mr. Cregor
replied: "Timei are bard," and aaked
tberait they would net rwoniiJsr the
matter. A roeetiog ol the employee
waa held yerUr Jay, and the adoption
of the eigbt-boar law wis voted down.
Tien it m decided lo work ten boars,
but tiatk the comtair for an ad
vance of 10 per cent in wajree, the
car works to close on Saturday at
noon, thru niviojr, half day each
week, making tbe work on the avtr
pa nine hours a day.
Mr. Cregor laid ltt night he eonld
not say wbat coarse tbe company
would rursue until he bad received
tbe final answer of then.
The wsge of the ICO men io the
nei'hauical department of tbe Sooth
fcide street reilwsy were inward
from 10 to 15 per cent, on April 1st
Yetterday the men egrefd to accept
their foimr wagps if the company
wonld eflUblinh the eight-hour rule on
May 1st. The company consented,
and on r-iituniay the men will join iu
tbe eight-hour celeorstion.
TBS KK'.HT-UOl'R AGITATION.
Employee of the Pullman Company
to the number of nearly 1000 held a
mass-meeting lust night at Kensington.
The queetion of eight hours a day
wa agitated. Considerable heat was
developed in tbe discussion. Some
wanted eiiiht boars' work and an ad
justment of wage utter the short day
waa sscured.' Others wanted eight
hours' work and ten hours' pay, while
others demanded the shr rt day and 20
per cent, increase in wages. It was
laid that tbe claim of tbe company was
that its coutrictj were made for a yew
and tbat ten hours' work at given
waces bad been figured on by tbe
company in making reductions and
that r.o change could be made. Tbe
meeting finally decided to appoint
committees to canvass all the depart
ments and loport the sentiment of the
THE KBKIQHT rjaHDLKRA.
It is stated tbat the freight handlers
on all the Cbioago roads will go out op
a strike Friday night -unless the rail
ways concede eight hours lor a day's
woik with tbe old rate of pay for ten
hoars. It Is stated that the movement
originated two weeks ago among the
men in the Lake Shore freight houses,
who consulted the freight handlers of
the various roads and it resulted in
determination to make a general de
mand. Tbe Burlington ellicials in
formed a commltteo of their men that
the road could not be run successfully
on the eight-hour plan. The other
roads, it is declared, will contest the
matter before conceding to the new
demand, and a general strike is ei
j eeted to follow. ;,'
Lattr. Sixty -nine .men. including
clerks and truckmen ' employed in tbn
freight house of the (Jaleua Division of
the Chicago and Northwestern rail
road, have gone out on a strike. A com
mittee waa appointed to wait on A. B.
Brlnkerhoff. local freight agent. Tbe
men want eight hours' work and ten
YlaXD TO TIIKIR DEMANDS.
The firm of Rothschild it Sons states
that it will yield to tbe demands of its
men at Cincinnati. It will give ten
hours' pay for eight Lours' work, in
order to finish outstanding contracts,
but will reduce the working force to
one-fifth its present slxe. Tbe firm
expects this will end tbe troubles of
the firm here also.
AT HEW TOUK.
Kw York, April 2t).With few ex
ceptions the new employes on the
Third Avenue line show evidences of
poverty tbat comes trotn lack of work.
All of them tell the same story of
hardship; in many raws of abject
mod and ot repea'ed failures toteenre
work. In not a few instances hostility
of labor unions and of the Knights ot
Labor have prevented them from get
ting employment, A reporter who
was walking through the stables yes
terday recognlsod in one of tho new
conductors a man who had been ant
ing in tbe same capacity en the
K ghth Avenue line within a month,
lie wai a middle aged, broad-shouldered
man, with kindly hi own eyes
and a pleanant face. The reporter
asked him why he had loft tbe service
o! the hightu Avenue road.
"I did not leave them," replied the
a in duct r. "I was ditch tred with
eight others, live of thm conductors,
and all Americanr, because we would
not join the Knights of Labor. You
ee, after tbe recent strike on the
Ivghth Avenue line tbe demand ot
tbe drivers and conductors that they
he paid Si 25 a day was granted. Well,
tie company chafed under the new
scale of wages, and they had a confer
encewlta committee. ol the men
Tbe company said they could not pee
sibly nt tbe amount and run tbe
road, and they wanted tbe men to vol-
ra a ily knock on .'J cents a day,
Iti.s tbe committee agreed to do pro
vided the road was mado a solidly
anion one, which coald be) done by
iliscba'glna nine of us who refused to
jo n the Knight? of L ibor. The com'
pany rinntly consented, and we were
"fired." One of the discharged men
had been employed by the road for
five years, une was a Quaker and
would not join a secret organization
beetnsi it wai contrary to his religious
belief. All of us ware n: ferried end
bad ftmihei to care for. It cam prat ty
hard. We bud an interview with
the suparintendent of the line, II. B
Wileon. He enid be could net help
ns. and sent ns t the preeident, Mr.
11 a vs. Toe latter told us he was sorry,
and would uive us letters of recom
mendaiiou. tut he could not all'rd to
often;' the Kniahts of Labor. He did
no' dire to reiuf' nr. AVe sought
nut the presideuV ilbe Sixth Avenue
lino, and he alio aitd that he did not
csra to employ a non-union man. The
meal was getting low ia tbe barrel at
home, when this ntiike came like a
jr.(nd. Three of us came over here
1 lie (lay it tOk place and got work at
once. Since then the Knights of La
rnr have laid for us on our way home.
Tbcy have tried to induce as to leave
the company 's service, but have failed.
Vm II in-e over on the west Bide, and
1m - t g t to cn-homna by out-of-the-wuy
routes to avoid violence.
AT sr. 10UIS.
. Ill Trenbl Among the Nto ve Meal
den la Me Ncttl 1.
Si. Licis, Mo April 2!. The trou
ble uaiong tbe stove moulders of thin
cilv will probably be at an end by tho
firrt of next week. All t xinling indi
cations point to an early and satisfac
tory adjustment cf teditliculties. A
conference to ba held to marrow or
Saturday night will be attended by a
firtmaa and moulder fnra each at
fie move foundries of Tie city, who
will direnss tbe situation witti the
committee eppoloted f r the nurpiwe
by Stove-Moulders' I'nion No. 10.
Tiirough this polity of arbitration a
scale of llgnrrs will do'ihtlefs 1
reached which will l latitf i ory tt
inooldets and manof ict'irera a ine.
A number of interviews with iron
workers who are members rf th lo al
lodge of tbe Amalgamated Asiocia
lir n tf Iron and Steel Wcrkers de
velop the fact tbat thrre bat litt'e if
any probability of trouble with refer
ence to the telle of figures for 1880 87.
Tbe workers in general are inclined to
tiie opinion tbat ratitfactory con
clusion will be reached.
THE BIOHT HOCB (4DXHTIOII.
Tbe furniture manufacturers of this
city held a meeting at their hall on
Third and 8b Charles streets last night,
where it was resolved tbat no objec
tions would be made to tbe In trod ac
tion of the eight hour system the 1st
of May, but tbat they would pay for
only eight hours' work. It was also
decided to form a protective associa
tion, tbe object being to have a per
manent arbitration board to adjust
grievances whieb tbeir employes may
nave. A reeolnti in wai adopted ta
tbe effect that if unjust or excessive
demands should be made op in any
one of them that they wonld all close
down tbeir factorial. ,
rHINTKRS ON A 8TRIKK.
Twenty-four compositors employed
by the Spring Printing Company
struck yesterday, thtir grievance be
ing tbat the company gave employ
ment to unn-uniou meo, and paid a
graded scale of price, nieisuriug an
employe's salary by bis work. The
men ettte that they were called npon
by a committee of three from the St.
Louis Typographical Union, who
guarank'00 to them tbat if they
walked out they would ha taken into
At a meeting of tbe Trades Assem
bly last night a preamble and resolu
tions adoptod by the Trades Awembly
of Chicago were read and unanimous
ly indorsed. They referred to the for
mation in the Western and Southern
States of the "Pi inters Non-Union
Protective Association," cited the
power for evil, in smaller cities and
towns such an organization would
have unlejH checked, giving ns an il
lustration the cse of the Jacksonville
Typographical Union, the merabere of
which are now on strike, where their
places have been supplied by this
society, and pledges the Awomhly's
utmobt aid in stamping out this frater
nity. TUC GOULD kTRIRS.
The Executive C)nimltteo of tbe
Knights of Labor have held no formal
ineetingii as yet to consider the propo
sition of the Citixsns' Committee look
ing to a settlement of the Southwest
ern strike. All cf the members of the
Kxecutivo Committee are net iu this
city, and no action can be taken until
they cbm bring together a quorum.
Committeeman Hayes was uiked this
morning what the prospect! for an
early settlement wrm. He replied
that they would connfdnrtbe lettorof
the Citiasub' Committed, but did not
think that the f rapoaitious contained
in it would e fleet a settlement of tbe
strike, because it UUos no tonirancs
of tbeir grievances.
MiLWAWKki, Win , April 2!). Every
planing mill of importance in this city
was shut down to day in couseiiuence
of demands by workmen. Tbe men
recently organized an Ataombly ol
the Knights of Libor, with a mem
bership of about 600. Demands for
eight houre' work at present ten
hours' wages have been rejected by
propiietors, and a strike was ordered,
and to-day every mill is shot down,
and to stay so until the men will ac
cept what the proprietors claim are
more reasonable terms. In addition
to tho Knights of Labor, several hun
dred other workmen at tbe mills are
thrown out of employment by the
Tbe KmMi-omI NltaMloa at AlrhUou,
, AvtawKiN. Kas., April 29. An As
sociated Press diipatch in the Ku'tirn
papers, under Atchmu date ot April
.'(lib, announcing that on the after-
ternoon of that day an organised body
of strikers took forcible poasetsion of
the railroad yards and shops here,
drove tho employes away and ettab
liabed a guard to prevent men horn
returning to woik. Such a dispatch
was never tiled in the telegraph ottice
here, and the condit;on of things
stated did not exist. There bas been
no trouble here for b'x wockt. In tbe
forenoon of the 2 th, a committee of
strikers perjuaded three men to quit
worx. out no violence was onered,
and the three mon icported for duty
the next morning. An Associated
Press diematch to tbat etlect waa sent
from here at the time and appeared in
tne papers, mere are now ill men
at work in the Mimouri Pacific rwil
roaa suope hers, and business pro
gressing floely. They work ten h ours
a day. Jlelore the strike 770 were em
ployed at eight home a day.
Tti rwia I aoakini throuih air rakkar salt,
i vcaaer (own w. tvtr atf
(Slat ronnaalay and Ihraa th luU).
I'm trUd I did not wmr a llihtar knot.
Tk "troea" Uuki lik a Uka of rardaat
CSjia rln ia oking throuih mr rubber
Thnrel I fwl It erooplaf mand nrt foot;
I'll oatah ooM and marl' I "hall die
(Sine ma roandelij and thrum th luto)
Aad Uhmt'b MImJodmI My lora it desti
re ii never aare me, looami nui'B a gity
(The ruin ! oakiog throuih my rubber
Bin air a ruuadelar end thrum the luto.
I'tinnr Hirnnn in Lsf4,
"Ihf Proper Ntneljr nt Maahtai4 la
says the illustrious Poie. If he hnd
inrludml woman in the list he would
have been nearer the truth, if not so
poetical. Dr. K. V. Pierce has malo
them both a life studv, rsnecially
woman, and the pouiiiir tleranm-
nicuts to which her delicate system is
liable. Many women in the land who
arc acquainted with lr. Pierce only
through his "Favorite Prescription.
l)lct8 him with all their hearts, for he
bus brought them the panacea for all
those chronic ailmente peculiar to
their sex, kucIi ns leneorrlm-a, prolnp'
sus and other displaccmcntH, uleera
tion, "internal fever," hlonting, ten
iency vo imrrmu cancer, nun otne
ailment.H. Price reduced to fl. Hy
Mnpleaau'e Rs Atlarked.
Iuisvii.i.k, Ky., April 2fl. Tlie
MiHOOuri Pacilic Kuilrond Company
attached the hasajre of the Muplivou
OjM'ra CoinNinv for J12 8-' transporta
tion charge. The amount wan paid,
and the company departed for lu'lian-epolis.
TIIE TELEPHONE IXQLIRV.
WHITELIVT EEID AM) (KUV
FORI) AS WITNESSES.
WUrre the Newspaper Information
Came From Cypher's fensa
Washikotom, April 29. John Halo
Syph-r, an ex-member of Congreee
fiom New Oileans, was examined by
tbe Telephone Investigating Commit
tee to-day. lie eaid tbat he had ang
geited to . N. Hill tbe compilaticn of
tbe newspaper article mentioned in
evidence yesterday. An article bad
haen prepared for tbe New Yerk
Trihuw by Us Waahlngtm corres
pondent on September 25th, which
waa prior to the preparation of tbe
article tent to Prof. Bell. Tbe witness
suggested the names of J. R. Beck
wiin and J. R. G. Pitkio of New Or
leans as witnesses, who might famish
valuahle information concerning the
Pan-Electric Company. Witness did
not regard as confidential anything
that occurred between Hill and Casey
Young. "They drank together, slept
together, plsvad poker together and
other things' be remarked. "He bad
taken Hill's statement for what it was
Tbe Chairman ( with a trace of car
ca?m) How much was it worth ?
' Witness I will leave that for the
committee to judge.
La'tr on he caused a ripple of laugh
ter by saying that as it bad been said
"a public oltiw waa a public trust" be
believed it rtrhtted on the iharacler
of public c dicers when they got in a
situation of this kind.
MB WHITSXAW REIO,
of the New York Tribune was the
next witness. He tofctifltd that the
firxt article concerning Attorney Gen
eral Garland's connection with tbe
Pan-Electric Company bad been pre
pared by Maj ir Clark, one of tbe
JYilmne i Washington correspondents.
Witness had no detailed knowledge
as to where Major Clark bad obtained
the facts. The Tribune had not paid
anything for the matter. He did not
own any Bell Telephone stock, and
bad no comsoonilence or communi
cation of any kind with any officer of
tbe Bell Telephone Company relative
to the controversy, and had no tc
quaiulance with any officer of the
The Chairman The Trilu,te has
given ti this matter tomething of a
Witness It hai seemed to have
some bearing on politics.
Chairman Tbat has been kept np
from the beginning, bas it not?
Witness I think ouwill find we
have generally called attention to the
political bearing. We put our lcttr
pretition on the facta which you will
iind in the editorials. I presume you
do not care to discuss it here.
Chairman You bad Been Mr. Gar
land's denial and published it V
Wituess I think so. I should cot
take the view that Mr. Garland's state
ment freed him ftom censure in the
matter. I know Mr. Garland bad tried
to escape from tbe responsibility of the
bringing ot a suit on a subordinaie in
Chairmen Don't vou know of the
fact that Mr. Garland bad disclaimed
all connection whatever with bringing
Witnet s Whatever statement Mr.
Garlxnd made on tho BUtjact I printed
in ni l aua at once.
Chairman Have you had anv per
sonal fouling against Mr. Garland in
Witness None whatever. .
T. C. CRAWK RD,
the Washington concspondent of the
.New lorn World, was the nxt wit
ness. He said tbat the facts on which
he based his letter to the World
headed "A Loud Call for Mr. Goode,"
he obtained from a United States
Sjna!o-, and mutt decline to tell his
name without bis consent. He had
obtained tbe original history of the
case irom fj. is, mil.
Caelteanent Over the Traln-Wicck-
! at Unui uttjr.
8. Loots, Mo Anril 29. A disDatch
from Kansas City says: The people of
wyanuotte couutv are verv much ex
ercised over tbe wricking of the Mis
souri ratine train a day or two ago,
hereby two men were killed, and
have called a publlo mooting for to
night "to take such action as will
ehow the detestation in wbich perpe
trators ol such outrages are held."
The people of this city and county
propose to take such steps an will ef
fectually check future outrages of this
kind, and "border" rowlutions are
likely to be adopted. The merchandise
business out ot Kanras City has never
ueen as great as at present. 1 he rail
road company bas all the help it need,
both in the Tarda and in the ware-
fell Daw a the Nbaft.
Font Rkooh, Mont., April 29.
Word has reached here from Phillip,
burg that while repairing timbers in
uiu uranue Mountain mine, a man
named Loy lost his balance, fell down
the shaft and was killed. A man
named Noble heard his cry as he fell,
and rushed to hie aeaititanco along one
of the levels. In his excitement he
missed his' calculations as to the lo
cality of the shaft, and in tho dark
ncsa full Into the yawning pit and was
also instantly killed. Both men were
Corn bh men. Noble leaves a family
Maele It Warns far the Paaeeaaera
Chicago, III.. April 28. For the
laat three weeks pasHengers traveling
on the coaches of the Chicago and
liock Island road have been treated
to showers of etonee and brickbats,
which came crushing through the
car windows as the trains were pass
ing a point near LcmonU Detectives
were set at work, and yestcrdav tho
officers succeeded in arresting James
Kandolph, John Walsbv. Joshua Wil
Mams and Albert Gannon, the latter a
white boy ami the others colored lade.
They are in tho county jail awaiting
tne action ot tue grnmt jury.
Raflalo Uaate la Hawoo Cauaty
looaaaarnsDaacs orris irriiL.I
Tot'LON. Tknn., April 29. The buf
falo gnats swooped down on this por
tion ol Haywood county yeeterdav
and are nearly as bad to-d.ty as they
were ever known. Tar and crease in
groat demand, and smokes are seen in
every direction, no damage is re
ported so fur.
Cotton planting ia nearly half
through with. The ground Is in good
condition for seeding.
Tldlasa ' the OlMelle.
bottle found en the beach seven miles
north ot here contained the following
"The ship Olivette, from South Amer
ica, is in a sinking condition. Albert
Fxlwnrils, Gcnrgo Samuels, Gen. D. V
There was no date or hearings. Tho
vesnel wilted March 5th, from Bahia,
How many terrible arhra enea poor head'
hat. and w.'iat suffer.ni U caused t,, the .JUSKSSTi toiahSuS
beadactK. itt-llef nuy l bad Irom nervous, i hud, a a alnuat peunc.'
Keutalglr, or Ukk ll uddtha by the uie of: Fabr IUtchii, M. r.. St PulUhm.
Mnrtvi9 h not cure-all, but! m1 Idnojloic la eriea of Nwinlro
wLk h i a cure tut Nerroua Rmd.h. rth oc In alma neirluuuw
Hedacb Nour.hr. KheuatUn, tica, "VVXZZS. Ohi,
obtained surn mniDg taurecmuit irora '"" run I tuiiuil Hmiiaa m."
meUiual proration. I Thko. HcaMAiit, M D.. BtTbonvu.Ua.
FOB aai.K E7 ALL DRUGGISTS. PEICB OME DOLLAR ItR BOTTLB.
A. A. WELLIEff. S"l Pwntet. 7W end 711 WAHHW.TOjf AVKI'R ST IBtS
W00DIAWN STOCK FARM.
mr WOODLA WK ia located wlttaie four milei of Ceurt Fqnare. Hemphta. aad rostint J4C
acr 2nUorealn put, all unser rood lenne; h large eteblef, (ood (bade end rooaint
water all tbe rear round, end will be devoted enti-elr topaaturinf aad fellior itwk ef ererr
rarietr. I am aew prepared to rewire and fell oo eonnniuioa all kindi ol blooded aad
traded Btook, Uortei. Catile. 6hee. Hofi, Poultry, ete. lhoee bartna; euiek for sale I bell
a lad to eorreipond with them. Tboe who deeire to parebaje. I will endeavor to obtain
wbit thev reouire. Tbe totlowinf Htallioni will itand the aaaon at Woodlawn: -
HABKaWAT-DiTk browa etallion. 1 band. hih, by Enqnirer, dam Rnrira by RaHe.
Ilarkaw.y won treat Poat BUke. bt. I onia, 1878. 1 mile be.ti. n and :3. and the
followinadar won the Uarnean Cap, mil heati, ia 1:43 and l:liH. It bora of lae ityle
and iure fnal rettar.i Fte, 120. . . ... j . .
HOLTON-Ily Triton (own hrother to Trinket 1:14), dam Mtea Butler, dam of Mend
Itutleri breeder's eertite, 2 :2SV4, aS year old. Holton U rich blood bay, i yean old,
14.S high, level aaited. and promlaei treat ipeed. Fee, IW.
KUBKar Hll; Urac la a dark bay trotting- ana pacing itallion, winner ol ririt
Priie at Kerrville, l handi bieh, aired by Bay lliok, he by Letinetnn. Fee, $10.
HLtt'K eKI-Regitred A. I. C. C. Jery Bull. Fe, tZ 80.
FOt BALK One yoengJeraey Bull. Peaeocka. $10 per neir; Orevhnund Pupa, 110 each I
Newfoundland Pupi. $10 eacbi Black BreaaUd Red Game i Egw, i per doaen.
Dr G. I). KMITH, Veterinary burreon.eanbe coniulledat Wooalaan. City Agenu, JAB.
3A1 8MITU k C0..2D4 Front. Addre ail lotteri
jai djiiiu., rro joajaa.! UVH KT. 284 Front atreet. Memphis, Tenn.
CotloaTactdrs, Wbolesale Grocers,
Tin, 11 Union ft treat.. : s Mem pis is Tf.
LOUIri II AN A (1KB,
1.1. i. 117 I) L' IS PUt
T. U. MILBURN,
J AM KB B. KOBINbOJI.
Denoait reoelred ia luini of 91 and upward, and Interest allowed on lame Bemt-
-We "buy arid sail loeal Investment Bond and Beooritiee generally, pay taxea, act at
trntteei, and, in geoeral, exeoate any flnaneial butineea requiring a aaie and raiponiibie
lSL I."... Armtt. In anma in antt nnrn)iaara. nn all ttartfl of Europe.
mr We have a eommodioui Vault for the depoiit I valuable!, which ii at the aervioe o'
our euitoman, arrefi i vnaravv.
1). P. HIDDEN, PrealdenU
Uiolci 3PoEt3 mX7Um&,JOLt&cl
Farming Tools, Gross Seed, Garden Seed, Onion
CORN AT; D COTTON PLANTERS.
S. G. CEAIG &
C. K. WIIESMAN.
STAPLE ID F
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DR. C. UcLAIJE'S
BK SURE T0U GBT TUB GENUINE. Th
Coup'orftit" ureroade In bt. Louii. Mo.
No. ;CW. R. D.. 132 In the Chancery Court
of Shelby county, Tenn State of Tennee
ee, for ue, eie , ve. W. E. Butler et al.
It appearing from theaiaended bill which la
worn o In Ihi.i oauee that th dUndante,
Frank B Dan. y, ta a resident of tbe Slat of
North Cerolini. and W J Albert 1 a resident
of the Bute of Maryland, and both are aon
reaidenta of th titate ol Tennei.ee. aaid
iiarliof be vi an interest la certain lot. in the
Navy Yard that complainant ia aeekint to
oollect taxe on i , ,
It ia therefore ordered. That they make
their appearance herein, at the Court-Hout
ot Shelby o.onty, In Meuiphi., Tenn., on or
before tbe lir.t Monday In May, W, and
plead, anaw.r or dainor to complainant'
original and amended bills, or the time will
be taken for rnnfesred as to them and set for
hearing! i.irtet and that copy of tliia
order be puliliahed once a week tor lour suo
res.ive weeks in the Memphis Apreal. Thia
s'Y. M 'lOWEIiI'. Clerk end Master.
By 11. F. ash, Ueputy C. and M.
uiurenre l.amb and !. Thornton, Sols,
fur ooinplai!4a ' tat
hioyenlte adme ud nio of
J. Q. HANDWERKEB,
DAVID P. UAl'UKM,
:JAMKS A. OMBEHrt,
EWI). G0LOSMITU, Ylce-l'regiuent.
No. 6fiK, R. D. In the Chancery Court of
bbelby (.'ouctv, Tenn. Mate or Jennes
see, lor IU own use, etc., rs. I'.L. Sim
It apuearina irom bill which is sworn to in
this cauxe that the defendsnts. Herbert
Klieit. It a resident of .Mexico: tbut J. It
end II. M. ijnwerstine, Mary, Ada and
Daisy Hproule, Jennie Sproule. now uiarried,
and her husnnnd. wboe nume is unknown,
Anna Little, W, C, Little. Jennie I'ostand
husbano, Post, and John R. biebbins,
are residents of New York; that D. C. Low
enstin ie a resident of Minnesota; that
Neal H 1'unn, rtray tv . Dunn, Kannie K.
Fortor anil ntiKbanu, Dr. rorter, Ue. w
Nuil. Anna Mail and Camilla Pone, are rest
dontsof the State of Arkansas: that Mrs.
Liiiie Thome, Ann K l'roucifit. Jessie,
Cassia and Sauiucl S.undors aie residents of
Mississippi; that Harriot Hunter, Tonmb
DuBoie, Dudley DuBose, Oamille Coller,
Henry Col.ey Cateriee C. and Geo. T.
Barnes are resideutsnf Uoomia; that Chariot
nproulo ana a. 1. Job are residents ot IjOU
isiana; that O. D. Filler, W. N. K. Beale. J,
M.Woodward, tiustoe. Thos. D. Kit hen
Ripley D. Baundors, Sallie H. Norvell and
h, C Norvell are residents of Missouri; that
R. 11. Ilnreraves is a non-residont ot len
naf.ee: that llarrv I.. Avorv is a re.ident of
the Sandwich Islands: that L. M. Wolcott is
a resident of Iowa; tbat A.J. Hayes is a
resident ef Colorado; that Ida Lownes Li a
resident of Maryland, and a1! non-rcsi-
denta of Tenncswe; and that the places of
residence of Pre v boroule. Mary bnroule.
now married, and ber husband, whose name
Is unknown, uorge roster, A.ex M. tosior,
W. A. Uwynne, John W, Foster, Ouild
Copeland, Samuel Gaynne, Nanoy H. and
6muella Kereheral and Lucy A. Crendall
are unknown and cannot be ascertained
atlerdiliaent inquiry; and tbat th names
and nlac.a Af r..idence of Ih. heira of W.
J. DnHosa and or Myrtica M. Du
Bose. deeeasad. made narties en account
of interest in Blocks 3 and iota 4U,
11. 11. 2(i. 11 and CI. being Dart of the Dunn
subdivision; and that tbe names and places
of residence of the heirs of Martin Reynolds,
made parties on account of internet in lot 5,
block 11 141), south side of Klliott atreet, are
all unknown and cannot be ascertained after
dllinnt Inquiry, thia being a suit to enloro
It it therefore ordered. That laid parties
make their appearance herein, at th Court
lie use of Shelby coanty, in Memphis, Tenn.,
o. or before the first Monday in May. lUSti.
and plead, answer or demur to oomplatn
i . . i . l :i, l. - v. r..- .......
ant oiii, or id. eeiue wu, ud.mkvu iui
fessd at to them, and nt for hearing ex
nan., .nd that a conv of thia order be nub-
li.hH one . wwk tor tour .uccaaive weeks
in tbe Memphis Appeal. This 31st day of
March, 1KH6. . .
A copy Attest :
8. 1. MoDOWELL, Clerk and Master.
n.J M ltradl.v. I'onutv C. and M.
F. II. and C. W. Beiekell, Solicitor! (or
No. MIS, R. D. In tbe Chancery Court ol
Shelby County. Tenn. Slat of Tennet
aee, for its own as, ate, vt. J. B. Armour
It appearing from bill which is sworn to in
tbit cause that the defendant, H. ti. Trader,
is a resident of Mississippi and aon-rident
ol Tennessee; and that the places of resi
dence or laura B uuraie, Jonn vonnen,
R...M.Hn.l..fiiil wife. A R liodaev. Vir-
Siuia M llarding, Lin T Jobnswj, John
iilehell. J U Oliver, trustee, and W R Par
ham are all unknown and cannot be asoer-
tained efterdiligent inquiry;
. i, i ,i...nr..r n,.l.,.d. T&at ih.v all make
nheir ppiaxne herein, at the Court-liouse
ok' Shelby county, in Memphis Tenn.. on or
before th first Monday in May, ISSi, and
plead, answer or demur to onaplainaat s
bill, or the tame win oe uin tor
.a v.n. .n.l Mt rr haarin. ax narte: and
that a cony of this order be published once
a week for leur successive weeks in the
M -to phis Appeal. Thit 1st day of April,
8. 1. McDOWELL, Clerk and Master.
By J. M. Bradlev. Depnty C. and M.
John Johnston. gnUforcjtnpl'nt. iri
fSh;OCKAl to XMIt FRONT aoait
XJ Mraoua teeking Uovernment rix
rloyment in any ot th departmenle.i
Washington, or any other potitlona undei
the Oov.rnm.nt. I will aand full laetraotioa
as to how to prae.enl to obtain the same,
and NlaaK lermaef Aeallcatlea on
reoeiut ol One Dollar. Adares JOHN
u. a,UKU2I. Lcav.ba Hint, JblOa,SJ
Old Stand, No. 9 Union St., Memphis.
a a niv or at. nosTflf. 1. W. ItlLIT.
Lata of J. b. Day k Son. Lata of Meacbain
, Morton &
GROCERS & COTTON FACTORS,
360-362 Front St., Memphis, Tenn.
THE LIVERMORE FOUNDRY
FOUNDRY & MACHINE DKPT,160to 174 Adams St, Memphis
Caallnara, s J"'A
3rl.t- VI ill. T
IRON & RAILW AY SUPPLY DEP'T, 226 and 228 Second St.
tSacceitort In this lepartment to JOHN MANOQ0E.)
au-Wr'te us or information nn ANY 'I HINfl in either line.
J. A. BAILEY.
J, L BAILEY &C0
333 Second street, Ilcmplils.
LAUOE AND COMPLETE STOCK OF PLUMBSRS. O A3 ASB STB KM FITTERS,
Materials. Pumns, Drive Wells. Iron. Lei.l nnd tone Pipe.fta. glTtil'c., Qlohes. Ktc
SCrab Orchard Water
aa a u a
i Genuine Crab Orchnrrt Rnlta In sen
fiB.n nsruinn r ;r,T6" CO.. ProD'rs.
FRANK F. W0CDS.
Harness, Saddles, Agricultural Implements and Machinery.
UEOROIA COMBINED COTPOX AND CORN PIsAKTEB.
332 Second Street. HoitipMav. Tnn.
W. A. GAGE & CO.
Hio. SO "Front Rtrt. : TWremialitw. Tenn.
DILLARD & COFFIN,
Way Ctonh Advsneew to Hferehwiitai and PI mi I -.
.aa. Y I "-"I. i-
AW AVB rLAKIHO-KlLL, SATT'TABB.
Doors, Sash, Blinds. Holding, Lumber,
Lath and Shingles, Flooring, Celling and Cedar Posts.
1&I23XPIXIS, - - TENNESSEE.
SLEDGE BEOS.fComo, Bis. F.
o. 365 Front Street
TTholesale G roc era, Cotton JTactor
And Commission ESsrchants,
232 and 234 Front SL, Ocmphis, Tenn.
BETWKEH AJDAHS AID JXFFXIWOa.
Mr. I. N. RAtNEY derotet hit whole time to tbe weighing and sale of all Cotton antra!
to our chart. Cotton Warehouse, Waehiniton street.
0. W. T0MLI5. VM. BBSJK3.
NEW CARRIAGE FIRM.
Tomlia & Benjes.
179 MaU 8U Mf mpkto.
Offer special inducements in Oaea Butfie
of our own mike, at f5; T d Vuges ot
our twn make, et 1UI. All work war
ranted. Call belora you kuy.
sew Having disposed of onr entire stock el
Vehicles and tbe Manufacturing Depart
ment to Messrs. TOM LIN k BENJth, w.
bespeak for them a continuance of tba
patronage so long extended to ut.
OATtFTAraK A HHliWAKKPoMTANJ.
IACBAI et HORTOS)
A Horton. Lata of Bailey A- Covlnrton,
AND MACHINE COMPANY.
"i IIx, Itanal
ii. E. WITT.
A Fii.mcilv rnr all TJlaeaaea of the Uver. Kid- .
s aeya, JtoratvrlB and Bowrla. Anoeitlvel
r..r ii.MMla. Mien Headache. I
l;"- -.: :r w . . a
at 10aiiff'.ctH. No genuine aalta eola in bulk. 1
imon n. msFH. Mgr. i.ii.viii(sKv.S
W. 0. BWOOPB.
M. N0RFLEET, Resident Partner.
- Memphis TennewiK
WL. M. Oamra
v. , a,
ja el a a. t T Xa Waataera
111! PJ Vaw
I I IHnalB
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