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The loremrBt (.alalar Qnani at
Chicago and St. Louis Sew
UrtouiTOTBS arraii. 1
Wairinktok, April 30. The labor
ing men here are to atriks tvmorrov,
M preTiousW arranged, tor tight boars
per day, and Uila will seriously Inter
fere with the building boom wblch
has been In operation aince the let of
March. At co time in the bistorytf
tke city baa bnilding been to active as
at r reseat and tha action tf tbe la
boring men ia loaktd upon with aoms
apprehension. - The boss builders
date, however, that they mi 1 holdout
and it aeema now t be a voca
tion of endurance. Tba test will
be made, and all the anion men left
tor their homea to-night carrying their
toola with tfaem. On man? unfinished
bnildinga plaearda are potted bearing
the inscription: "eight honra." Tbe
car drivers here will parade to-morrow
to celebrate the action of the director
of their road in granting them tsralv.
bonra per day with no decreiae In pay.
Tke Elf UaJalas;
; JCvcr Dm j.
Chicago, Iti ; April 30. The eight
hour movement was emphasised tbla
morning, in advance of the dy sr
nounceil for iti inauguration. Clatk
Bros, A Co.'a furniture factory, at
Bine Island avenne and Raberta
alreet, la idle, the 500 employ a hav
ing atrock. Toe men demanded eight
bonra' work and ton hoars' pay. The
firm told them thev couM not sgree to
this, and tbey a'l (eft. Top Mr. a lay
the factory will be kept closed until
the labor question ia definitely- fet
tled. Tbt) Kt. Nicholas Toy (Jompinv
io formed it ISO employee thst it
would not giant the t?n bonra' psy
for eight hours' work. The employee
are still at work. The HercnUa lion
Works, on Canal street, will irans.nr
ate tbe eight hour system with tbe
ten honra" pay, beginning to morrow,
lor one month.
' tbi roBK-racKKBJ callid on.
The great parkera at the Union
Stock-Yards are tbe latest representa
tive eon ploy era called upon to grant
an elgbt-bour day. They give empliv
ment to between 25,009 and 50,000
men, and tbla afternoon delegations
will wait npoa the beat's of aeon with
the reqaeat that they ado-t the elht
bear system after May 1 t. Tbe
flrme to be visited are Armnar il Co.,
Fowler Bros., N. K.Falrbaok, Hately,
Nslsin Morris, Jonea t Stiles, 81
wtnborn. It la only within I he past
few days tbtt the eight-hour question
was agituted at tbe atock-yarda. Tbe
men, with few exceptions, belong t
bo labor union, and tbeir desire to
adopt the new labor day wsaonly
formed within tbe past wet-k. Yi titer
day Mr. Mil Kent told bis 1500 em
j)'ryes that after May lit they need
only work eight hours a day, which
they wonld be paid for nine hours'
work. This concession caused tbe men
employed intheotlur houieato de
mand t) a' eight boors he here
after considered a day's work,
rjeveral meetings were held, and
tbe lem't was the formation
of an orgnnliition fr.-jm which com
mltteea to-dny will wait npoa - all the
packer. "It was a bombshell In our
ranks," said a piominent packer this
mornlnp, "aod Kent did It a'l. The
men were eatitUed, thry are not union
men, aod would have worked on
right along tbe nstitl ten hours had
not Kent ben frighteued and ode red
a oomrnmiae before he waa eithur
called npoa to consider the matter,
Ilia action amaa'd ns. Notslbs aid
ing this fact the other Backer aasett
tbat the action of Mr. Kent will prob
ably be followed by the other pick
ers." Til FRIU1HT HAHULIBS.
Fifty of the freight handlers em
ployed by the Chicago and Alton rail
road tbla morning waited on Foreman
McCutcheon and aiksd that elaht
honra constitute a day's work. Mr,
MiCa'cheon replied that he wonld re
fer tbe petition to the higher itllolals.
The men ara at work.
Fa.viia or TBOCBUa.
The Doily Sew this morning aavs:
The supreme olllcers of the l'ollne De
partment Lave cearcd in tbeir attempt
tosmoith over the feara of the 'ait
few weeks regarding the labor move
ment. Their sole Idea now is that it
the approaching strikes of Saturday
there will be a great deal of trouble.
It wsa derided last n;ght to place the
entiie police force on reserve early
Saturday morning. Die tntire loioi
will be kept at the it u ions resdy for
immediate duty at a moment's notice.
It la raid tl at tbe matter tf procuring
special policemtn bss also been can
vassed, and tbat many hundred addi
tional men can be preinsd into service
as special policemen ai toon ai any
aerie us outbreaks should occur,
irflCTKD A aKtTLUlMff.
Tbe Chicago and North western lull
load Company baa effettsd a settle
meat with ita 1800 abopmtn near this
ity. who demanded an eight bonr
working day. The oompany grants a
win bour working day ticturdaya with
lull pay, and vale a coooessoa to tba
men in the matter of railroad fare be
tween tbla city and the shops. The
chairman of the committee represent
ing the workmen says: "Too men
tiara deeided ti accent the nrocoai-
tion lor tba present, tba original de
. mand still remains ia fjroe end we
expect tbe company to act on it some
laturetime when Doeinees may Im
prove, ' Tbat is the way it standi, aud
1 think I can say authoritatively that
tberw will be no trouble here."
Ob hundred freight handlera on
tba Grand Trunk railroad made a de
mand for an sight boar working day
with no tlecrease in pay at noon t
day. and said they wonld wait for a
tteciaiOQ until neon to-morrow.
. WiUOOUMWX. ,
The immense iron works of the
Crane Brothers' Manufacturing Ontn
paoy will close down to-moirow Bigot
lor several week at less', in com
pany intimatte tbat it will tben lnati
gnrate tba eight bonr system and
deems the ahnt-down receeaary to
arrange tor me new order i aileira.
The Ooea 4 Phillln Manufacturina
Cmraoy. which owna very exteoaiv
pitbiog-miiia, naa arrangtd or an
eight bonr working day with all its
employes on ths basis of sight boars'
ray, beginning tc -morrow.
Committees representing the 2 00
men employed in tbe Chirago Riiiicr
ill, .1 or ennrnltina with the own-
oi the mills, repotted bark to ths
men sod they deridt d, for tbe pres
et t, to continue working on the eight
Hour plan. ' Tba employee oi the ex
ten-ive coal docks and yards at Sontn
Chicago struck fcr an iuir.me tf 2
cents per ton for handling coal. A
there were several ta'go s at the do k
awaillrgto be duchrrej, the com
pany bad no option and paid the men
Did DSD TO BBCT D0WB.
It is ataUd that Kelson Morris and
Armour dt C, two of ths largest
packers, have decided to .hut-down if
tbe demands of their men for eight
hours is insisted upon.
Ths freight-hand ers on tbe Bur'.iDg
ton atsd Alton roads hve stopped
work, owing to a refuol tD acrede ts a
demand of eight hours. As soon sa
ths freight now in hand is clenred up
tbehouwg will cl-s-. At 3 o'cltck
this att-rnoon the 3-"i0 employe of the
Colon Brfs Manufacturing Company
quit work. They demand tight.hoora'
work mtid eight InnrV pay, which the
company r fused. All the plumbing
shops in the city bavs conceded eight
bonra' work at tine honra' pay.
AT NlW TUBK.
Cavallaal Tu.krrn'1 aMaaaual
aialaat llBiajkis f l r.
Naw Yobb:. Aprd 80. The action
tf Cardinal Taacberaa of Csnada in
laaning a msndacant forbidding
Ca'holirs from joining the Knights of
Ltbw ia at trading great atuntion in
labor clrdea. Archriabop Crrrigan
last evening referred a n porter to
Monsignor Quinn. In rssponaa to an
icqalry. Monaignor Quinn said that
the subject ct the propriety of Catho
lics becoming Knigbts cf Ltbor had
been diaenseed by the officers of tba
church in Mew York, hut no decision
bad bean reached. We tare brea
wa'chlog the Knights of labor, and
shall oot, tin ue to do to. Up t the
present time they do not to em to differ
much from s great many other lodeiles
thit ars not exactly forbidden by the
church. It it una that there have
been disturbances and preiible vio
lations oi the law by Knigbts cf Labor,
but that is something tba. ths church
caunctiegu'a'e or bs I'fld nsporsible
for. The society has net been men
tioned by name, as the F.esmaioca
and ntheia have been, oa tbe list of
fcrb'dden societies by (he churcb,
and is not, therefore, on the
tame footing. We rlnll observe tbe
conduct of tbe Knigbts cf Libor, snd
if we smi thry are advocating viola
tions tt tbe law and the rules of tie
church wa can ime warnings to our
people to leave tbe organisation. It
is the duty of the bishops and ouVers
of the church to keep a careful watch
at all times t) see that the doitrlnes
and retinlatlnna of the church ars not
disobeyed. At present, therefore, with
rel it ion to any probable attion by the
church agalnat tba Knights of Labor
tba mattsr rests with ths discretion of
the bishops. Tbey can advise against
i: and punish any one for remaining
in tba sccntf in opposition to their
warnings, but In the United States it
cannot go so far as to excommunioite
Catholic fo remaining in tbe society
without flt referring the question to
the Pipe nt Rjuie. .
THS ITBBBTCAB TROUBLKS.
Among the new hands employed by
the Thid i venue Railway Company
yes'urriay were; some from the bootn
and Wear, who had coma on hoping
for a chance to nee tbeir revolvers.
Ia speaking of these nocesslous I'resi
dtnt Lvon said: "We have got lonie
cowbojH uow and they buve come to
rftuy. Uae (f them went across the
trttt this morning to get bis brisk
fai', and a lieu 1 heard of it I ca'lud
him In and warned him that be might
get into a row if he did cot eat with
trie rest of the men in tbe stsbles.
That's what I'm looking for," he
sild. "It thry come Buy rf their
funny biHineea on ma they'll think
Hoi and has got back from Texai
We Lave sent out West fi r more of
these uihd, and when the next rowd
geta hee we woa't have any need of
the polici. I waa out West in 1851,
and a iw the boys shoot the spot oat
of sn see of spades as far off aa you
roul aee the card. I know them.
They're just whtt we want. Tna
pickets wsnt t) gtt hold of just about
one ti these cowboys, and then leave
ritKSKXTMKKTl AGAINST BJVCOTTINd.
The erand Jury ot the C mri of Gen
eral Besaions was dlsobargud to day,
but nut until Foreman Brjwn had
banded to Becorder 8ui tti a present
ment condemuing boyootting. The
prearotmeut severely i ondemua Police
Justice We de, who wbua a number f
bo)OoUers were arreeted and brought
be.ore him for annoying Cavanagti,
Smdfoid ACj.,i1is tai!orp, pnmptly
discha g d tuein onthegruud iht
they had not violated the aw. Polite
Captains Williamr, McCuliough nu
CopeUnd hsdconleesiid that they were
powerhas ti rel'eve the boy cot: e'
iirms from tho nuisance ro long as the
t oiice Just'cps failed to commit the
prisoners, Iu conclusion tbe present
metit itatee: ' It appears evident to
tba yrajid jury, repicjentiug as tbey
do the law-abiding citixsus ot this
county, that gnat dereliction cf duty
and gioat iguorance of law were msrj .
tested on tho part of this recogniz d
lega arituority 1 1 our po ice. uttierw ee
we claim that our citv would not
l ave been di gged Hfer those de
cisions of Justice Wtlde bad ten
given by this nefirionj coasriracy
juitmiue oei p;e. ins gran a jury
regrets tort ti act upon sny cflicer tf
Justice, aid, ro'wlthstandipg ths
opinio j cf Justice Welds, 1 ihorough
exa cioauoa convinces them that th a
calied boycott !a an accural exo lc,
aod tbey nrge that averv effort ot
oar Legislature, the bench and tbe
bar, tbe press of tbe land ami every
American cltiasn be taken to aid in
exterminating tbe hydia beedsd mon
ster drarglng Ita loatbscme lergth
along this continent, sucking ths very
Ufa bloo 1 from our trails and com
merce, equally bantful to the employ
ers and tue employe.
CAMS TO UABK IV TBBV WEBB WAMTBD
The membera ot the Executive
Bjard ot the Kmnire Protective Aia
elatlon, Joseph U O'Donnell, chair
man; Andrew J. Beet, secretary; Jas.
R. Graham, James F. Downing and
Jebn llnkha, tame to tho District-
Attoroey s cilice to-dsv to learn if thev
were wanted. Tbey were told tbat
indietmtnli wars) presented against
them for conspiracy in connection with
U e Third Avenue atriks, and that
thev would be riQuireU to turniea
f 1000 bail each to answer. They were
accompanied by a bondsman, who bt
came surety for them. Tbe accuse-'
men. war arraigned ' iu conit and
pleaded not guilty, with leave to with
draw the plea and move to quash the
lndic'nieut. The trial ot the pritoneis
waa fixed lor May 5th.
AT bt. LOl'IS.
Pratwafcle Mt t r Sate eal4
Sr. Lot. is, Mo., April 30. It is gen
era ly expected hers tbat tbe offer
made by the Ot an' Qommittre to
the General Executive Board of the
Kaighta of Labcr to atttmpt to aecure
the reinstatement of the atrikera up n
the rallwsya will hi acceptei and
that tbe strike will be declared eff in
a few days. Tbe General Board met
in executive set si in yesterday, and in
the afternoon were iu communication
wi'h tbe Citist-ns' C iinmittee. Their
wilhugneti to etd thettrike, provided
MEMPniS DAILY APPEAL SATURDAY, MAY 1, 1886.
an assurance eonld tm hma that tbe
avreement of lSfii between the rail
road and ita employee would be ob
served, was expressed by bo'h tbe
Ueneial Board and the Joint Execu
tive Committ'e, Tbe preposition
made by tbe citnans waa Citccs'ei
until sn early bonr this mornini;, and
au answer to it will be rot urn J tdvy.
Eiar-noar Nlrlk.a MS Pllixbwra
Trwnbla iuun( ilia Jtiurr..
PiTTr Bt'ao, Pa., April 30. A general
strike of cabinet-makers for all ad
vance of 20 per cant, in wagrs and re
du;tloa of tho work:ng boars from
ten to eight has been ordered for t -morrow
by tho Allegheny County
Union, which embraces at tbecibi
netmsktrn, burnishers and tar vers,
rome 100 in number, in the two citiis.
The mannfacturers ara unanimous in
tbeir refusal to grant tba lucre o e,
claiming tbat it is impoiaible to con
cede tbe terms desired, aod prefer to
el ms tbeir factories. A dud trade aud
low prices are given aa the r mod.
The workers ars determined to secure
the advance, and a long strike ia ptom
lied. The carpenters of Ai:egbsny county
will at'iks on Monday tor nins hours
aa a day's work an i a 10 per cent, a 1
vaoce In wages. At a meetiog last
night It waa announced that the mas
ter carpenters had r jetted the offer,
and it waa decided to call out all tbe
carpenters in tbe county on Mend y.
At Imperial, Pa., the coal miners
will Inaugurati a st ite to-morrow for
an advance of a half cent per bushel.
The Hcott Haven miners, employed
In W. I r-coti's mines, expect to re
sums work on Moaday at the advance.
The fana and furnaces have been
ttarted an1 a gecetal resumption is
looked for by tbe siriseis.
Tbe strike at Browns Wayne Iron
and S eel Mills Ins been ainicuLly set
tl4, ard work via? rcnta el in all de
pattmenls this nic.rnii;g
A Dubois, Pa, special says: Tie
olliolasof the Amsigaaialed Miufri
and Laborers' A'so: i ttion have issue d n
circular calling upon the 00(0 miners
in tbe Clearfield regions tj quit work
to-night, unites a'l the ope'ntors
signcl the sca'e adopted at the Colum
bus. O , convention st once Au ap
peal for i mis a ore t) cirry ou the
strike wi'l be smt out to-morrow.
Norcroea Br s., the contractors hav
ing in charge the uew county bu'ld
lngs now In course cf etectioo, notillcd
tbi ir 300 employes ttiis mtrning that,
bealnning with to-morrow, nine hours
would constitute a day's work instead
of t n hours as heretofore.
Tba ttone cutters aud masons of Al
legheny City have jo ned tie move
ment for a reduc bu in hours. Meet
ings will be held to-night, scd if the
employers rlnse to concede tbe work
men a reduction of from teu to i ioe
bours per day a strike will be inaugu
AttheO'Hara Glrat Works about
125 men and boys are out. Tba fan-
lory is still in operation, and the arm
claim tney will not be competed to
For Toilet Use.
Aycr's Hulr Vigor keeps the liuirsoft
and pllnnt, Imparts to it the liiNtro and
freshness of youth, cntifu't It to grow
luxuriantly, eradirntes riindrulT, cures
all sculp dlHeaseH, mid in the most clenuly
of all h.'ilr prepnrntioiu.
tWrp'Q Ntilr Vior lift Riven nio
Midi O inTfeet Hutlnfiictliin. 1 win
nenrly Imld fur six yenrs, diiruiB whiuli
time I used limny hulr piepuriiliniW, I 'tit
without hoccoiis'. 1 iiili'iol. what little,
hulr I hud, wn rowin thinner, until
I tried Aver's Hulr Vlxor. 1 ued two
buttles of the Vigor, nnd my lieml Is now
Well covered wllh II hew KI'OM til of llllir.
Judsou It. t'liupcl, IVuliody, Mutx.
II AID tlmt bus It nue weak, gray,
IlMin mid (uileil, limy have new life
and color restored to it by the use of
Aver's Hull' Vigor. My hulr was thin,
failed, nnd dry, und fell out iu large
quantities. Aycr's Hair Vigor stopped
tlio fulling, mid restored my hair to It
original color. As u dressing for thtt
hulr, this preparation Iihh no eiiuil.
Mary N. llauiiuoud, Wlillwutcr, Minn.
tripnp youth, nnd benuty, in the
WlUUrij HpiM'Hiiiiii'e of t lie hulr, limy
bo preserved lor nil Indefinite period by
tlio uso of Ayer's lluir Vigor- A illa
euse of th aculp caused my hair to bt
i'oiiik hnisli ami dry, mid to full or-ft
freely. Nothing I tried seemed t- j'
unv simhI until I rotnmenceil rsuiJ
Ayer's Hulr Vigor. Three Ivittle oi
this prcpamtioii restored my hulr to a
iifiilliiv coiiillllon, und it is now soft
ami pliant. My sculp is cured, Hud it
Is also tree, from iliinilrutl. .urs. i.. K.
Foss, Milwuukue, Wis.
Ayer's Hair Vlgor
HoM b DrtiKiitiiU uud IVrfuincra.
r'RitracT safkty, prompt rufon, nnd
wonderful curative properties, cosily
place Ayer's Pill at the head of the list
Of popular remedies for Sick ami Kerv
utis lleiillnclies.Coustipntion, und ull ail
ments originating in n disordered Liver.
I have boen a groat sufferer from
Heiuliiche, and Ayer's C'utliurllo l'ills
urn the only ineilicinn that hus put
given uie relief. One dose of llnme I'lTls
will quickly move my bowels, aud free
luy head from pain. Williutu 1-. l'iige,
rnparat by Dr. J.C. Arr k C'n.,I.owU, Mum,
Buld by all iWtnla Ufsllclot.
Young h Brother,
Booksellers and Stationers,
81S Mala St, nensphla,Teua
WUhlas tat Metlrw trwaa BaatBSwa
. . Wa SSwuar biiln . ..
STOCK AT COST.
Kanoal of all Siseus:,
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CUUU ivikI ooi.i
prr or rtnowi una.
I (Msrrhrm ol I mWtrra or Adult..
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UhHN, Uo mtvB'rill..
OrnupTl iltv'''m"l krMMiit, Jit
HlMimaliMa. llbfiunUf HM.1.1.
KrvosnJ Atao. Chilli, slslni....
! rrlnarv Weskes,wiinir rirfl,,..
kStUc. b lemrtrlatft, oreaj-nt ptpt on rexwH at
wwAyvHt irHs.ktall.Dli IXMfwk,. uakasM. K-l-
IKAFBi te-H CAV6K8 uJ 0;rtJfi hT
1 mui wait wm wu iwtniyt im ywars.
rrtsw hT most oi lh oia lV0liieTtF of
At J . ..lik a. at . t.
-s i f wuu arraeiiv. v i. aval ntasii r isi
11 i. a v. a . v. 1 . 1 i-
VOrraj B1UBVU. bjbju IDCwV toaa Dunursagpni
otkwra bf proM. A p.ftin.i.nui.oaml
MfWMftll rODH rMuirw A i'ir M 1 P
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Purnt and Mjofitv, Natiirvl Frwtt Ylm
Vanilb. Imns. ijranne, AlmniHl, kow. cic.,
fl..tur ai drlicaiely and aaturally aa tlia fauiu
PRICS BAKING P0WDEH CO..
Diseases are Prevalent all over tbe
I an a naUra'of Kntlant, sad wtillt I
wu ia that aonatryl eontracUd a torribla
blood noinoB, and for two yeara was nndar
trtatiaant ai an out-donr paucni ai omuir
htm itoiRital.KDaland.bat waa notearad.
I luffarad tba moat aioaiainf paim n my
banat, and waa eovsrad with aorta all arar
mj body and llmbi. 1 bad vartiso and daaf
nati, with partial Ion ol aiaht. aevcra pain)
in uyhaaa and syta. ate., which aaarlj ran
ma orr- I lout all hop In tbat country,
and tailed for America, and waa traatod at
Roeierelt In thia city, ai well aa by a prom
inent pbynldan in Sew York harlng do eon
ectioa with tba hntplUila.
I taw the adrertiiement of Swift a Bpeellle,
and I doteruiinad to aire it a trial aa a lat
retort. I had aires up all hop of beint
cured, aa I had cone through the handi ol
the beat nodical men in Nnttinsham and
New York. I took iii bottlea of 8. rl. H.,
and I oan any with gr-t Juy tbat the? have
cured me entirely. I am aa louad and aett
aa 1 tier waa in my lite.
L. FItKT) UALFCKD.
N.w York City. June 12. 1KM.
la the life, and ha la wine who remembers It.
But in March of laat rear (18X4), I contracted
blood poison, and beina in HaTannah, Oa.,
at Uie time, I went Into the hoapltnl there
for treatment. I fullered vtry much Irom
rhetunatiam at the mine time. I did not
ret well under ths treatment there, nor wu
I cored by any of tbe bkuhI means. I have
now taken men bott ei of bwilt'" Specific
and am aound and welt. It drove the po on
oat throuah boila oa the akin.
Jertey City, K. J.. Ainrn't 7, 18t5.
Twoyeara ao I contracted blood po'on.
After tukins preacrip hma from the beat
phyaiolana here and at Dalian, I eoncluded
to visit Hot S,rinra, andon reaching Taxar
kana a doctor recommended me to try Swift's
Specific, aaaurlne ire that it would benefit
me mors than Iiot Hprinsa. Aithoushtha
had produced treat holes la my back and
cheat, and had removed all the hair off for
head, ret I began to improve in a week's
time, and the sorea bcasn to heal, and were
entirely gone Inside of eiytit weeka.
WILL JONES, Porter Tnlun Paea. Depot.
fliaoo, Teiaa, July l:i, (X.
Trealiaeon Blood and Skin Dlseaaea'malled
free. Ths Swikt Spsntyio Co.,
Drawers. Atlanta Ha.. V. Y., 157 . 21d
IxaHnlintiie Keinrxly tor IjifrTi'iimplftiitUsiud illionue
ny Ueramtrf 1 or (orpid roihIh mhi ol tti Liver, m Dti
K'lMia, OitmtlpHlioii, HUmuii'"', jHiniilice, IiPadiriH
ulnni, Hhnumntisiio. to. It rttiUtoitthrbosfflKpun
leu fh i'"tlf Urt'iifttmn tlia f.-vktfni. oaafrt lvf"itini
AN INVALUABLB FAMlLT MEDIClKH,
thoueondBOf teotlmonloiB prove HumorM
Ahf IIH1IHT WI1-1TKI.LT(II tl H IIKI'ITTATKW
Electric Belt free
TO Introduce it end obtain scents we will
for the next sixty daya gite away, tree
of charge, in each county in tbe (1. . a lim
ited number ol our j.rinaa Klwtra JI
viaaairi Mnpeiiory ttrlla. Price 16: a
positive and unfnilin cure for Nervous Be
Dilitr, Varicocele, Kmiaaions, lm potency,
eto. fjUll.tlO Howard paid If every Belt we
uianu acture does not generate a genuine
eiccirio curreut. Adrtras at once KLKC
1K10 BELT AOKNCli, P. 0. Box :i79,
TQ HV a HC-LTHTMsT I.IVCH MUBTIIC IHOPIDr'
NAPOLEON HILL, MICTIAKL OAVfN,
Louis hanukk, thomak phyi k,
LAZARUS LEW. T. 11. MIL11URN.
ANUHIiW KKNKERT. HOL COLKM N.
JAMKS 8. KOBINbON, WM. KAIZENBKRGKR. liAKDVV'IU PKRES.
ser Deposits received in sums of 91 and upward, and interest allowed on s.ime Semi
annually. T-We buy and sell local Investment Ponds and Becuritloa generally, pay taxes, act as
trustees, and, In general, execute any financial business requiring a sale andresponslbis
aar w. issn. drafts, Is sums to suit purchasers, on all parts of Enrope
mw W. have a commodious Vault for the depoait o: valuables, wblch la at ths aervioe 0
our eustomers, Freiei of (.'barge. .
1). Pa UAUDEX, President. E WD. COLO vlll Itt, Tice-Presldeat
JiWEH VtTHAlV. Caahlor.
Farxnlne Toola, Grau StecU Oaxden Seed, Onion
CORN ATOP COTTON PLANTERS.
K. G. CRAIG &"C0., MEMPHIS.
J. A. BAILEY.
J. 1. BMLIY & 00.
33(1 Second (Street, Meiuphis.
A LAROK AND OOMPi-RTR STOCK OF PLUMBERS, OAS AND STBIM FITTER'
Materials, Tump, Drive Walla, lrn, Laid and itone I'lM, tins fixtures, Globes, Kto
BAY BTALLIOV. star, lelt hind ankle
and rirht hind heel white. Foaled May
6, 1H1, by Coy er (sire of Alrath, three-year
old record, J:2H). First dam Mareia 8., by
Will ams'a MambrlDo (aire of tbe dam of
Banta-Claus, 2:17) ; second dam Ned (dam
of Clemmie rero d 2:1.V. Poet Boy
2t23. Alice gtoner 2:2t'.i, brBorkley'r Kd
wiarorreatli third dam by Mambrino Chief
(sire of Lady Thorn, 2:W4); fourth dam by
Orer Katie: fifth dam by Bolivar; rizth dam
by B'ackbnrn'a Whip; aevantb dam by Coset
CUToBKHT ia a mahosany bay, K hands
high, and magnificently proportioned. Ue
haa nerer been bandied for seed, but can
show a 2:40 gait with "to men in a bugcy.
Wu bred and r-ieed by J.C Mcerran A
Co.. Glenview, near Louisville, Ky. and
sold at a two-year old for i"lO. Culbbert
will be allowed to aervo 25 epprored roarea
this aeaaon. b'errices, twenty-five (f2j) do -laracuh.
Can be seen at our s'aMe.
F. A. JONES k CO.
2 fflm 1
No 8W, R.D. 131 In V e Chancery Cour 1 0
Shelby Cnty,Tenn. State of Tenneaaee.
tor sac, etc. 1 vs W. E. Butler et al. and
H. A. Montgomery et al.
It appearing from tbe amended bill- which
la sworn to in this caute, that the defend
ant. Frank B Dancy, ia a resident of the
State of North Carolina, and that W J Al
bert is a resident of the Mute of Maryland,
and both non-reiidenta of the Btnte of Ten
noaaco, and they have an interest in certain
Nary-Yard lots that complainant! are seek
ing to oo'leut taxes on herein.
It is therefore ordered, ihat they make
tLeir appearance herein, at the Court-Houio
of ehelby county, in Memphis, Tenn.. on or
lie'ore the first Monday in May. 1886, and
plead, answer or demur to complainants'
original and amended bills, or tbe same will
be taken for confessed a to them, and set
for hearing ex-parte ; and that a copy of tbia
order be publinhed once a week, for four
succoFgive weeks, in the Memphis ArriAL.
Thia 2d day of April, lttxS.
A Copy Attest :
8. I MrUOWE'.L, Clerk and Muter.
By It. F. WMh, 1). li- and M.
Lawrence Lamb and Xe 1'hornton, Sclic
Itors for Conipla'nnnts aat.
yiMirti at Ihctl raiaedy
knirwn touaaaf OcaorituS
Wa lue aold cnni.ias.
able, atxl In enry ixaa g
No. o954, B. D. Chancery Court of Bbelhy
County James Kliod va. Letitia A. Lind
sny et al.
BY virtue of an Interlocutory decree for
ante, entered in tbe above cause on the
9th day of April, 1886, M. B. 62. page 24d.
I will aell, at publio auction, to the highest
bidder, in front of the Clerk and Maxtor's
office, Cotirt-huute of Shelby county, Mem
phis, Tenn , on
Milnrdity, May 15, 1SSB,
within legal hours, the following described
prnperty, situated in Shelby county, lenn.,
bote 9. 10. 11 and 12. tving in the Four
teenth Civil Liatrict of f he'by cnntity, south
of and near the city ot Memphis Lots 9
and 10, fronting on the west side of f event!
street, each 74S feet, and running hack west
21 j feci between parallel lines to an alley;
and lota 11 and 12, f'nnung each 74 9 feet n
tho eat aide of Klghth street, as extended,
nnd running back eut, between parallel
lines, 215 teot to the same al-ey. f-aid lots
bein" bouneed on tbe north by a lot marked
on Williamson's list map of Memphis
"Holmes t'uuimin's 2Vj sc.," and on the
south tiy suia lots 9 and 10; and said lots 9
and 10 beiiu bounded on the south by lo's
marked ou said Williamson's map lota 2i
and 36 respectively.
'terms of fale One-third () oash; bal
ance in six and niDe n onths; notes, bearing
inteest Irntn date ef sale, with good se
curity, required, and linn retained to secure
same, 'lliia Ai ril 23. 18-H.
8. 1. Wo 00 WELL, Cle k and Master.
By H. F. Walsh. 1. C. and M.
C. W. Heikall, sol,citor. aat
Vel Instant relief. Final sure
S.aJajOa ten days, and never returna.
No purge, no salve, no suppository. Hurler,
re will learn of a simple remedy. Free, by
.rf .. .1 uiiioti.na,,,,-.. N V
J. O. HANDWKBKER.
DAVTD P. HADDtN,
JJAMES A. 0MUEHG,
O. W. TOM LIN. ' Wa. BESJES.
NEW CARRIAGE FIRM.
Tomlia & Benjes,
179 Main St., Memphis.
Offer special Inducements In Open Burgioa
of eur own make, at foot Trp Busaiea .1
our ewn make, at II). All work war
, j ranted. Call belors yen kuyr .,
MP Having dlaposed ef arar enrhra atook at
V.hicles and the Manufacturing Depart
ment to Heasra. TOMLIN k BKNJati. we
bespeak for them a soatinsanoe of tbe
pa renag ao long extended to us, .
. B. WITT.
own la 1
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V tXrua CbsBleal Co.
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Bow inssy terrfbls acbes one's poor head!
baa, and Irl aulTeruig Is caused
bewUchea. Belief may be bed trom Nervous.
NeoraJtlc, err fcKt Headache by Uie u.-e of
arw. Which la not a rarc-all. but
arv vvv wi.i.1, la m ti- K.--wia
and Goat. No proprietary medRi.it, ba- ever
f OB PALE BT ALL IinrCCISTS.
A. A. fIELLIFB, Sole Proprietor. 7Q9
(SCCCEMtORS T H
Old Stand, No. 9 Union St., Memphis.
3. St. MI, ' TV. M. HOBTOV, ' J. W. BalLBT.
Lata ef J. b. Iay A Son. Lata of Moacbam A ilertoa. Late of Bailey Cevlsgtea, .
lay, Morton & Bailey,
GROCERS & COTTON FACTORS,
3G0-3G2 Front St., Memphis. Tenn.
C. K. WItKSMAN.
STAPLE 10 FANCY
369 MAIN ST!.
W00DLAWN STOCK FARM.
WOODLAWN la located wllhio four miles ef Ceurt Fquare, Veraphls. and contains 240
acrea 20V acres in gtaa all unJer gold lenoe: baa large stables, good shad, and running
water all tba year ronnd, and will be devoted enti-ely to pasturing and telling stock et every
variety. I am now prepared to receive and sell on eommissinn all kinds ot blooded and
traded 8tok, Horrea, Cattle. Shoe. Uoga, Poultry, ate. lhos. having sfck for sale I shall
a glad to correspond with them. Tho-e who desirato puiehaae, 1 will endetrer to obtain
what thev require. The Inllowing Stallions will stund tbe a-ason at Woodlawn :
HARK a WAV Dark brown stallion. 16 hands hiah, by Enquirer, dam Kuricaby Uuris.
Ilarkaway won araat Poat Stake. 1st. onis, 1878, J mile be its. n i -.M and S:S5, and the
following day won tbe Uarreaa Cup, anil, beau, ia 1 :43 and 1 :4.S. Ia horse of fine style
ami sure foal getter. Fie. '20. ..... j . ,
llaai.TO.sj-lly Triton (own brother fo Trinket-2:lt), dam Miss Sutler, dam ot Maud
Butlers breeder a cert ficate,2:2x', aa 3 year old. liol'on ia r eh blood bar, 3 years old,
lfi.S hiah, level aatted, and promises great speed. Fee, 1 , . .
aaUttS'.Kr MU'. brnce is a dark bay trotting and poclng stallion, winner ol rirat
Priae at Kerrville, lf!H haods bi.b, sued by Bay Dies, he by Leinat n. iee, lid.
hbalH sB.:- Keaiaured A. I. C. C Jersey Bull. Rte.12 60.
F01 bALK-On. young Jersey Boll. Peacocks, t 0 per nairt tt-.rbound Pupa, !0 each
Newfoundland Pupa. 110 each) Black Breasted Rd ao.e Kgrs, Kner doaen.
Lr C. I. KMint, Veterinary burg-on,can bo consulted at Moodlusn. City Agents, JAB.
JAY SMITH A CO., 2M Front. Address a 1 tetters
.aa ojiwu.w , Jjosjepaa Hl'UoRW.JM Frnt street. Memfhta. Tenn.
THE LIYERM0RE FOUNDRY AND MACHINE C0MPAMY.
F0UNDRI & MACHINE DEL"T,160tol74 Adams St, jlemphiPj
r..tins:V T $ fc.T-i-r'- K'"A:: ' " ' i Hess.Saad
ilonao ft!' i
IRON & RAILWAY SUPPLY
.C..-...nM t Ik!. t,.n.rtmnt tn J.HJN t AXOOTJE.i
snr-Wr'ta ns 'or informntlnw on ANY 'HIIMO tn etirltne
FRANK F. WOCDS.
Harness, Saddles, Agricultural Implements and Machinery.
UEORGIA COtlKISiliD COTTOX AI CORX PJL4XTEK.
aa Hfossnsl t.tet. ftrsphl. Titn.
W. Aa GAGE & CO.
Hi? rnnh Adywsssi to UfaarorsHfttM and tlasisert.
f-y -!- VVf - - '
UW ABT0 PLaVHISfa-HIIX, A.TT-TA.MP.
Doors,' Sash, Blinds. Holding. Lumber,.
let. tli and Shingles, Floorinjt Gelling and Cedar Posts.
HLEIMxE BKOSef Coaso, atlas.
o. 884 "Front StrsWt..-
RSI; (CEB irCSO-
TTliolesale Grocers, Cotton jFaotor
. -,A ; ,; , Uid Commission Berckus ,
232 and 234 Front 8t, Oempliis, Tens.
HaTWEtai ADAJSS ASS KfrKJaX4.
Mr I. N. RAINKY devotea hla whole time to the weighing and aae ol all CotU n exrssuieS
to our charge. Cotton Warehouse, ati Woabiugtiia street. .
"Tor the InnVflntta mt,tm a. mIm fJ
5w", Toi.axnil to aapenut 1 1 aty othw
aL-a, k .
Wax KrrciUB, M. I hi Paal jtlnau
Rav oanrl TokGaUKB tn am ol Kearalgio
naanchea with a-ir. . In r.t.,u.
j .Tml,Bfc''"0f f 4 f "5
i mo. Uau tti, ?I D . Bt Thomas Sfo.
PEICE ONK DOLLAR ltR BOTTLB
and 111 WaSHrvoTO.S AVKM ST LOflS
EACH AH at U OB ION)
r uiniN,aaieMu s
m! r Li.4 l u 1 man I laaasai 1'ss sr. I aa . sr. Ir
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VlTZS!i;lZ...: if sstaaissay
DEP'T. 22G and 228 Second St.
W. C. ewoorB.
1HBAN & Co
r. 50 BFLEET, Keoldeat Partner. ,
- MemphtV Tennassat
reveM. Clatk. St. t. (Jiaa