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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL FRIDAY, MAY 7, 16.
riEE 8TARTFB I TUE CHICAGO
The Blare DUcsTereu la Tint to
Preient Asj Serlou
ASABCHIST DES9 RAIDED
Bttr Feellar FrcTaillif aid
Hers Cvsndesves U the Pgwer
to Preserve Peace.
Chicaoo, III., May 6. There la a
srssUr lealing of ooaodsnes apparent
tula morning in the ability oi the so.
therlilea to prsssrr the peaoe. The
outlook continass threatening in cer
tain quarter, and tha police expect
that they may be called upon to die
pane gathering! ia certain portion ot
the city, bnt the arreat ( the four
Anarchists yeeterday has Insured a
leeling that the element will ao longer
prote eo troublesome, la Tiew oi the
tact that the police bow believe that
all tha leading laatlgatori oi tha re
cent tronbleo bare boea caged, with
possibly ena axcepUon. The collect
ing ol eTidoace against tha conspira
tor ia proceeding rapidly.
' wiii. rvsa Taa raosactmoa. ' 1
TheBUtss Attorney says: "We
will posh the prosecution of the men
who Instituted tha riot and helped
carry out the murder ea far as tha law
allows os. We intend and determine
to punish theee rioters to tbe tallest
extent of the law and for all there la
in it," be continued, "and we hops
justice will not be cheated this time.
We want to U o over all this evidence
before deciding what charge or charges
to make, and f cannot ear now what
the charges will be. I think we will
bring the matter before the next reg
ular grand Jar."
It was rumored that the State's At
torney would present a request In dne
lorm toJndae Honrs or jnageuar
nett to Impanel a special grand iury
to act on the casea of tha socialists,
Spies and Fielding, their associates
and dopes. Tbe regular grand Jury.
it waa thought, would not be im
paneled till Monday week, and would
Live all It could do to attend to tha
ordinary jail cases.
AT TBI DKXRINt) HARVItTII WOBKS
the situation waa somewhat critical
this morning. Committee from tbe
striker were appointed at a meeting
held last night. These were to watch
tbe sates and ask any who were in
clined to go to work not to do so. The
company had oflered an advance of 10
per cent., and some ot the men wanted
to go back at these figures. The ma
jority, however, insisted on an eight
iiour day. This morning the men be
gan to straggle in at 5 o'clock. The
gate on Claibourne avenue was kept
locked and all the men were required
to enter by the Fullerton avenue gate.
Two or three men slipped in quietly
before 5:30 o'clock, but after that both
gatea were surrounded by striken, who
refused permission to anybody to en
ter. At o:30 o'clock 800 men were
grouped near the gate, but nobody
went in. At 7 o'clock Mr. Dearlng ap
peared and addraaaad the crowd, lie
aaid all Deerlng men were Invited to
enter and go to work. "Yon," be
aaid, "are honorable men. Yon have
entered into a fair and honora
ble agreement with me to work
to-day. It ia due me that this agree
ment be fulfilled. I call on you aa
honest men to enter tbe factory at
once." Cries of "Eight hours 1"
"Eight hours 1" "I will give you
sight hours just aa aoon aa I can. Now
we have a large amount of work to do
before the harvest, and I aik you to
stand by me. After tha rush fa over
I will give you the eight hours."
Two Lake View policemen were at
the gate, and by their aid and that of
the superintendent a passage waa
formed through the crowd, and the
Deerlng mea begaa to tile in, greeted
aa they went by criea of "scabs,"
"sight boon." (Mill the men walked
ailantlv Into the tats and disposed
themselves la the various depart
ments. About 500 of tbe mea bad
gone in by 7 :30 o'clock, but after that
few eatered. Moot of the men re
mained la ths crowd snd aaid they
would stsy out tor sight noun.
Ths mass of the sinkers were mea
from tbe brickyards and neighboring
factories wbo bad been forced out ty
the Peering man in a general move
ment for toe eigtit nonr system.
Then men were load la their denun
ciation of those who bad ranounoad
their demand and acreded to the terms
proposed by Mr. Deeriag. Shortly
after 7 o'clock a aqnad ot twelve po
lios from ths Wsbstsr Avenue Station
dashed an la a patrol wagon and
formed la front ot the gate, keeping
the way clear. At leant 6000 man
were out. twelve brickyard and aev
era! faotoriee bslnc emptied of em
ploys. Trouble waa feared. The
men were oaiet. bat sullen end de
WARSAsTTS ITOB STB1KIM.
Warrants for tour of ths striking
switchmen employed by the 8U Paul
and Fort Wayne road were sworn ont
before GommMtonsr lloyns
night by Mr. Walker, attorney for the
8t Paul road. They wars charted
with obstructing tha United Btateo
maila. One of the men. Pat Ilogan,
waa arrested by ths deputy marshal
hurt night. Thsothon have not been
ronD roa ihb raMiuaa or thb dbao
Ths fund for ths benefit ot the
families of ths dead and wonnded
police has swelled to t'-'S.COO. I). V
White, the Lackawanna railroad ofU
cial. was in tha city and subscribed
o00, while the New York Board of
Trade telegraphed a f 00 subscription,
The police raided a hall of the
Anarchists at No. 105 North We
atreet thin morning and seized a few
rtuskets found there.
Officer Madden, who was shot last
night, is still living, but bis condition
At Pullman this morning, all the
laan at the Pullman Works and tbe
Ailen Taper Car Wheel Works, were
ttiil out. The locality was quiet and
disorder was not apprehended.
1 uily tlirt e-lourth of the McOormick
Harvester Works' employes reported
i:r cuiy itiis morning.
The proprietors cf the Deering
V- ores deu'led at 10 o clock this morn
inr 'o Riant a working day of eight
l-.aj uu Aa advance of 15 percent
t u.e trrufcr pay. 1 lie men will re
turn to work to-morrow morning.
The report from the County Huepital
iLia morning ih that Ullicers Barrett
Jliiier and Jacob Hutuen are bovon
tbe hope of recovery, and the two for
rjier are sinking rapidly, lhe remain
der cf the wounded men are resting
fpsilv and wU.r'nValily recover. Emu
Lata, sas of ths civilians shot, is ia a
ab wcodiabt rim
wta started in ths lumber yards near
North avenue bridge thi morning. A
ran containing n plosive, to which a
fuse waa attached, waa found in one
of the yarda, confirming the view thst
a band of inoendiir'.es were at work.
It waa turned over to tbe police.
All the Socialistic hiding places are
cow pretty well known ti the police.
Tha followins. received last evening
from the Chief of Police of New York,
indicates the whereabont of another
mat, and tc-day tbe place will be
visited by detectives and subjected to
a thorough asarch.
"John lleavka, formerly ot 21 Z.on
Place, and Pecks, are connected with
Anaachlstic Bohemian newspspen.tbe
Budmno and Lamptcta. and are the
moot dangerous Anarchist leadars
among the worst class of Bohemians ia
It ia bow thought tnat mo man wno
throw ths dynamite bomb Tusaday
night was a revolutionary agent from
ths East. ' Osveral parsons called at
ths Central station yesterday and last
svening. aad claimed that wbils pret
est at ths masting to have bad a good
sight of him, and soms of them
thought they would be able to Identify
bias should ns bs captured.
Detectives are now busy tracing ths
movemsataof ths Anarchist Isrders
for ths past fortnight with especial rsf
srencs to the sub-ross actions of Spies.
Ths polios raided a Socialistic head
quartan at No. 64 Oty bourns svsnu
this morning, bnt fonnd nothing; be
yond rod flags snd inoendiary ban
Tbe report wai printed here this
morning that the switchmen on tbe
Northwestern railroad had gone out.
This is officially denied ; the men are
still at work.
Tha inoendiarv organ, tbe ArfctVer
XeitwM, ia preparing to lasus an edi
Twenty rlotera In tbe Twelfth street
district were arraigned this morning
and bold until (Saturday, In i00 bail
The Milwaukee and fit Paul toad li
working with a full force of men
without molestation. Owing to the
nartial crinoline of the other Western
lines, tbe road has aa unusual amount
of freight offered.
Among the places closed by order
of the Mayor last night wai tie Casino
rink, where the Kev. Moore is con
ducting bis revival. Tbii was inoluded
in the order preventing all public as
nloht. died at 11:30 o'clock this fore
noon, making s total of three deaths
to date among the injured ponce.
ABM AND AMMUNITION CA1TVBBI)
Detect! res Hlayton, Myeis, Bauer
and Jones inspected the bonre at
No. 81!2 JJonry street about 1 1 o'clock
tvtla and found fifty rounds of am
munition, a .word-bayonet, a revolver,
billy and a quantity oi Anarcnim
literature The occupant of the
bouse, Quatavua Btandje is said by
ths oflioers to be a molder of bombs.
He waa arrcHted and taken to the Can
BT1M. AMOTIIBB BAI1.
Tha polioe made still another raid
this afternoon at 71 Lake street, eels
ins and carrying away a lot of red
airs and banners, some ol tnem em
blazoned with the most rabid threats
aaatnat the constituted authorities.
The TiKiuiiu oi tna uoHnnw
rn railroad save tnat lo-oay a crowa
of man cams into ths yards and com
pelled the few switchmen working to
leave. The troublo wai caused, be
aid. bv the fre aht handlers beoom
ins? nnratrod because tbe company bad
imported about 100 men to handle
ireigm ib tua uut mituiruuuio.
THI MAM WHO THBBW THI BOMB,
Aa offioer of the Polioe Department
said this afternoon that it was nrmly
believed that Htenge was ths man who
threw tha bomb. They are trying to
find Burnett so as to tally identity
Htence. Ths police deolae tossy any
thing regarding the man namea uar
penter, arrested yeeterdsy.
Tha men employed In ths Car shops
of ths Chicago West Division Ball
way Company, to the number ot 230,
atruok this noon. They wsnt sight
hours a day and 10 per cent, advance,
AMOTSaB OOMMUaiSTlO DIVI BAIUBD
The polios raided No. 638 Milwau
kaa arenas, the headquarters of I
oommoniatio military organisation
this afternoon. Leading through
trap door an underground rifle range
was discovered, no guns were
All ! la tna tntr-Tka Blot Be
lUva I at )vr.
MiLwADKKS. Wis. . May 6-9:30
m. All ia quiet In the city this tnorn-
ina. Troop continue io an ara me
thraatened ostabliahments at Bay View
and ths south sides. No riotous ae
semblages bavs been reported thus far
this morning. The iron Die is Douevea
to bs aver.
At this hour til a.m.1 there ia lor
ther evidence thst ths riotous proceed
ing of yeaterday and luesdsy are not
to be renewed. The arreat of Drott-
ran. tha BocielUtlc leader, and seveial
of his folio wen has hsd aa excellent
effect nnoa that Iroubleaoms sli
Ths Distiiot-Attoinsy haa mads a for
mal request, which was granted, for
ths call of a grand iary befora whom
the MocislisU will bs prof eouted. At
10 o'clock a crowd ol several hundred
striker were sasembllng near ths
western limit of the city, but word baa
just been received that the appearance
ot pouoe sostterca insm in every oj
Ths srrests oi Bocialist who have
been Instrumental in urging on the
riot haa been continued thia after
noon. In tbe houses of two of these
were found a number of guns, pistol,
aadabrgsamountot amnion uoa eon
cealod in beddlns. Gov Rusk has in
formed Drudlnakl that ths latter will
bs held responsible for any trouble
which may hereafter arise from the
doings ol t'oianden wno nave Den
prompted to the act by Drudinski
All the Ntrlkera tlet, bat
Detroit. Mich., May 6. The etiik
en in thia city are quiet, but deter
mined. Several factories where the
nien had no grievance resumed work
during the absence if the overawing
striker. Two hundred employes
Murphy's chair factory, 100 at the Do
troit tarnsge woodwork uompany
shops and NO coopers resumed work
On the other hand btt ween 400 and
500 painters struck this morning for
nine hours' woik pr day and ten
bouts' pay. The painters are Knigh
ol Labor, and have been for thrc
weeks trying to settle with their em
p!oycra. Only 100 of the ("a employes
of the Pullmau CVr Works rt turned
to wmk th:s morning, and tbey wcrk
ed only a few niiuiitea, tl.f company
nending them home. The men strong
ly favor rine bouts. It wai reported
that a Catling gun had teen sent
but tbe report la de-
Ptttsbubo, Pa , May 6. Ons tbou
aand coal miners, employed st ths
mines along ths Panhandle railroad,
strnck this morning snd ara now
holding s mssi meeting at Mantfield,
Pa. The striker want the Columbus
seals and semi-monthly pay. Ihey
also refuse to losd coal for tbe Eutem
market until the strike in the Third
istrict Is settlsd.
At Rend's mines 400 men ars out for
an advance. Mr. Rend refuses to con
cede ths increase, because all differ
ences were recently settlsd by arbitra
Seventy-flvs neeroea srs still work
ing aad others will bs imported if tbe
old men do not return to work. The
strikers threaten to mob the negroes
if thsy lake their pi
- AT CI5C1I3(ATL
tlM aurilts tSMi rrabt-MsaMllavs
ax mm au.
OiarcxMVATf, O., May 6. Tha striks
1 tha frsiaht-baadlsn is at an sno
Ths man ara already at workia ths
Cincinnati Southern, the Cincinnati,
Ind anano lis. Ht. LaniM and Chicago,
Ohio and Mlsalasippl, Cincinnati,
WaehlnstJU and Baltimora treigbt
yards and ths othsra will resume this
afternooa. Tbe exact terms ars not
mmAm known, bnt it is renenllv un
derstood thst ths msn bavs an ad-
vaana of from 15 to 2ft cent ner say
This is looked upon as banishing all
danoer of disorder, and peaceful set
dements with stner eiriaere are ex
pected to follow soon.
AT SEW YORK.
Tha B I st IBS' mm BIaaeI at Chi
am Aaeriiy vaaaraaN.
Niw Yobk. May 0. Among ths ls-
borlng men of this city there appears
to be but one opinion as to ths rioting
and bloodshed in Chicago, and that la
emphatic condemnation ot tbe action
of the Anarchist leaders. Ths An
archists are not strong in ths vicinity
of Now York. There srs shout sight
groups of them in this neighborhood,
and altogether they number but few
more than 1U.0W. ix oi mess groups
are In New York City, one in Jersey
City and one in Newark. They have
a rifle corps, consisting of three com
panies, which meets for drill about
once a week. Tbe Anarchists ars tot
united now. John Most snd Justus
Btawebleadingtwo factions. Thecefao-
tions now lute each other worje man
they do the common enemy. With
the people tbe honest workmen
have no sympathy. The police know
their places of meeting and keep a
sharp watch on them.
An Anarchist wni is a memuer oi
Group No. 2, said: "I don't know
that the publlo has any right to know
what our roil strength is. We are
stronger and better organized than
people bavs any idea oi. we nave
a college in New Jersey where the
meuibeis ars taught how to use dyna
mite and Ureek firs. We have rifle
cor, s organised not to provoks s fight,
but to be able to cope successfully
with the police and militia when the
struggle which is bound to corns is on
ui. The Chicago tight is eimp'y the
first gnn in the revolution. Our broth
ers there did nobly, but they were not
a well prepared aa they might have
been, or more of the blue cents would
bavs got their last dose. Our motto
ia "Neither Uod nor Master." ana our
doctrine may be almply Mated aa
"down with church, ritate, capital.
Knights of Labor and other kindred
Ths situation in ths atriks oi tbo
Third avenue railroad employes ia
nnchanaed. The strikers did not re
turn to work this morning because
tbey were not satisfied with ths terms
proposed by the company. Every
thing is aulet around the depot and
ths can ars still gusrded by the po
A UiaiD AIDHUOIC POEM.
On ths train that bora Mr. Davis and
hla party front Montgomery to At
lanta a letter was handed to Mr. Davis
which hs read long and earnestly.
Handing it to Mayor Hiliyer. be stld:
. "Thia ia from Paul Hayns. It is a
s-rand and heroic noem.
" . ..... .
Mayor uuiyer wen reau as ioiiows:
Ths toaadi of th tarault aavt eeaaed to
AnA Hit VlAttJa'a ana ku at.
An4 ar la mm f tha naw-bora Irria,
W would rata roraiv aad (orsu
Forit tha rat of th haatila mrt.
Aad tha aoari ef a inn aiwhrWaat
Forrire th lortara that thrilled to teari
Th !' eala ia haavaa.
Forwlrt and fortatT Ta : ha it eo,
Vhb (ha kllU Ia thm hro&d Ma VMM:
Bat ajoarahil sod low ara eha wind that
Br tha alopai of a thouaaad ttm.
Wa ar eeoari fra
, tha spirit all thoaght
la th mldabrht of ttt held fttti
Aad rat, O erolhare ha loyal till
To tha aaorad aad atainlaa Put.
Hh la almoin sow frost tha vapor and
Wmwm th &ntn Miaaloa of Mara.
Aad tha prida f har baaat ia waaly bowd
Aad aar area ara Biitea awi i
Aad tha aaaaki ia a vote that la s4
"Thara la duty atlll to ha doae,
Tha1 tha Uaaaat of oaaat ha tpeat
i Aad tha hatUa baaa loat aad waa l"
And thapoigU wlthatramaloajhaad below
T tka hAaJ ud warm arrav
Of tha ham wha Waa te th narala
'fX lie (raadtar (hat arawnad "ft Bray
O. Gad t they aae sot aa aaea thtr eaaa
1 la th marital yaara f Torai . . .
Tor tha iraaahaat tvaH aad th faul of
' Bhal iVa'rar ttd laak aa Bar.
Ataa! the th hrokaa aad haltarad hoaUi
Vrftil liMki tHn a vara aaa:
Tha' aale aa a baad from tha raala of ihotti
(Mat lata I tbey roasai wtia i
Aad itoriad wkaa daaatleu Btaatwall
...".. .... ...o
ijiaa a buidi a r aaia ana noiHi.
Whea tha how of hia eplandid vtetoria
' Tha Uiavwt whaa ralca la Wood,
Salat thorn I thPK wtttfal aad ivakea era
ruukad ifhtin or aatraa ira,
Wbtn tha Uuiliiu blue of tha toathlaa
Waa blaated with oloud and Bra:
t'uluto thorn I Thoa vnloaa to faint to-day.
n ora onca iaa inunuor ot oltuo.
In tho ilura ol' th huttait and wildaat fray.
Thot ever hit mooted at lilal
Not vanquished, hut eraahad hr a my sli
H1ln.l ntinfi, mlmt thitm hnrlod,
Br tho Mittth rn'aht, and th oaunlaiallata
UI loa oanaoa ana ruiaieoa woriu
Enoufh: All Fat ara the farvaota
AnT fntlnwa Hio nidinc hand!
Vo (hall rio ooina dajr Iron tha chailener'
Bhall wakan, and underatandt
But hark, to tha Pt aa th aurmun
Thm'i & ilutv atill til ha dnno.
Tho mat ii tho drum, and tho bnaie dumb,
And tha Batll io loot and won!"
No palara In bora for tha baroa'a nrrdti
WiiK it akinin hArlali Intrt
Khali thov Hod tha noaoa of thair "lava
0, Sooth I tn jour iraleful heart?
A Krfura of welrnmo. with IWIn ball,
And Loto for it radiant dome,
'Till the nunic of deoth'a reveille' calto
Tbe loula of the warriore homo!
Foundations, cellar walls and build
nmaiitiiHi't tn overflow thould lie con
strncted with Loniflvillo Cement. It is
GO. J0H3ST0XE JOXES,
ADJUTAXT-GENERAL OF 50RTH
Denouned bf the Hon. Richmond
Pearson for Treachery, Dopllc
ity anf IsraUtnde."
AsUAvills, N. C, May 3 An un
usual and widespread sensation has
occurred here in regard to a prospec
tive duel between luchmond Pearson
and Gen. Johnstone Jones, both mem
ben of ths Legislature and representa
tives of two of the most distinguished
families in the ritate. Richmond
Pearaon ia the eon of the late Chief-
Justice Pearson, of this State, who was
ths grandson of Richmond Pearson of
revolutionary fame, who so harassed
and ImDeded the nrotrrees of Corn
wallia aa hs came South through the
Carolina. Gen Johnstone Jones is
AdjutantrGeneral of thia State, and is
a grandson of Gov. James Iredell, who
ranmaented North Carolina so ably in
the United States Senate, and who
was elected by his colleagues to reply
tn Daniel Webatei. bat being sick at
the time, R, H. Hayne was selected.
Tha father of Gov. Iredell was
one of the Justices of tbe
United States Supreme Court at its
establishment. These two gentlemen
differed In their views upon the State
law bill for Buncombe county,
Pearson, in an open letter to bis con
stituents criticising the action of Gen,
Jones. Jones replied, reflecting on
ths courage of Mr. Pearson. There
upon the latter challenged the former,
wbo declined to tight, and published
a card exolanatory of his refusal.
This Mr. Pearson answered in another
published card, cliarging Gen. Jones
with inconsistency in his refusal, and
denouncmr him for trechery. duplic
itv and ingratitude. He concludes as
Gen. JohnBtone Jones is a man
wh'se ancestors have been gentlemen
and gentlewomen. His name has
been distinguished in this State, and
has hitherto been free from any stain
of cowardice or falsehood. lie has
been mv social eoual and my political
colleague, and is now the commanding
general ol the brave men who con
stituto the State Guard of North Caro
ina. As such hia utterances are en
titled to attention. Jle makes a de
liberate and public charge of cow
nnlirn. and whatever mous neo
nle or progresHive moralists
mav sav the day has not yet come in
North Carolina where a man can live
under such a charge unrefuted and be
respected. Thnt which men call
lionor will sacrifice everything else to
save itself. The extent of the sacrifice
is the test and measure of courage. I
do not wish to obtrude upon the pub
lic my Ufo, but this much I must say,
that I have lived in this world live
times seven years In the first two
often I've had childiHh and boyish
tights. At fourteen I lost my only
brother, whose fiery temper brought
grief to my father and brought my
brother to an Untimely grave. (Since
that I have tried to avoid broils, and
have lived without reproach but
without few. There have been ex
actly six Richmond Pearsons in this
(State whoso names have been derived
from father to son. Tiie lost is now
an infant in his mother's arm", nd 1
feel that lhuid have wronged him
and those, who lived before me if I had
endured that name to be sullied by an
unrequited charge ot cowardice pre
ferred by a man who was my social
equal, my colleague and my betrayer.
KILLED BT A BDRQUR.I
Terrible Idafirhl Strasgle With a
F.Mrii.Kwnon. N. J.. Mav 6. Georee
Cos, nephew of the president of the
American Exchange iianx in new
York, was shot and fatally wounded
by a burglar last night.
Ueorge uoe, nis uromer ijouis anu
young man named Brinkerboff,
were passing Dy tne scnooi-nouse
about I o'clock last night and saw a,
light in the building. This being un
usual, thov started to investigate the
matter, they discovered a burglar in
the act of ransacking the desks, and
they attempted to capture mm. ine
thief turned as the young men en
tered the room and fired upon them.
The bullet from his revolver entered
George toe's left shoulder. Before
tbe wounued man ten a seconu dbu
made a tarible wound in hia abdo
men. Louis Coe, after a terrible
struggle, succeeded in disarming tho
bnrvlar and beat him to insensibility
with an iron "limmy." uimxernon
and Louia Coe then tied the hands
and feet of the burglar and locked
him up in s room. They then turned
tholr attention to George, who was
found unconscious and almost dead.
Ther removed him to hia house and
gave the alarm, but before help came
the burg ar had made his escape.
Ths aVaervalr Marder jraUry.
Richmond. Va.. May 6. Ths 8n
nrams Court of Appeals of Virginia,
rscsn'ly rendered decision in ths
ess ot J. Cluverlui, convicted in ths
Hustings Court of this city ot ths
murder an March 13, 1885, cf Fannie
Lillian Madison. Ths cassis notcri.
ously kaown as ths reservoir marder
mystery. Ths judgment of tbs lower
eonrt is fallv sustained, tbs eight bills
ot exception filed by tbs prisoner'
oounsel being slabormtely ditcasted
and Mceeseivsly svsrrnlsd. Ths opin
ion was delivered by Jndgs T. T.
Fsnntleroy, ths court standing four to
ons in favor of sustaining tbe judg
ment of tbs lower court. Clnvarlus
will sirolr bsng unless executive
elamenav interposes. Tbs tims first
fixrd for bis execution bsving long
since passed by, be will bavs to bs
bronghl before tbe Hustings Court for
anhvJ la hari
rmxy. tfu diworfrd ft ,npi msainsof aoH-oai
W U K'H Dm W . 1 1 JSjrTI i nr. u 1 in auuaiw
AUdrH J JUU. K VKi.t3(lii4htm Hk,Tw Mar
AtMNHtitai fSiMrl in :lkMst
b I)r PuM a t. i aiimatir Ems.
ItC TniSS WimntarlnNI T CLW.HM
"v'lHt'Bain srorKd Enttrvl umrtot rrim
OChrt lVrrt- H.lainaT i worn Buriil uf
I.taiw arith MM ft ComrVie rSiaawl fhn VannuaTr I
iimrM.ol N Y ndhnndrrdsnlJhrraV t'mmn. fraal
MAiiHTW KlAaV I lOHbO. 312 N. 6th t St. Lou it.
Kvaa If Taa Bay a Daara
comnD aoroai pla.leri which von can (ot
foraiona at any of the Cheap John drur-lifte-yoa
h a merely th own away your
moniy, for ona lionson'o 'apcine l'tater ie
word ihetn all. lhe reaeon ia this : iien
n'i ia th only ioroo rU-trrin tha mar
ket th it i honritly nd tkillfully made, and
ciemdeally niedii-ated. Others are no
mir. it... nnminal imitatinna .if Itenaon 0.
The; i.r cheap bceaiire they po. none of
the ia-redient which render Don son valu
ahle The latter are prompt to act, pleasant
tn w.. n.-4 rure in a Irw hnura ailments
v hi. h otbor will not even relieve. The
pu'-lc era eP'il'y warnfd again. t s
calltd lapsioin," "Capsicum, "Capu
cin' ,r "Capsioin pla.iers, as worthies
arliiles intended to derive. Ask for llen
aon'i and look lor the Three Sea's trade
mark and tha word "Capcina" cut in the
KaTMaU T Fn. A viotim of youthful fmiradno
Oaviuiia Prruavtar Dsxjat, Nervous Debility, hot
mmnti w-w A. harlns tnawl in rain aavarv nowa
DR. C. IJcLME'S
fBXFABSO BT , .
i '...nrtmmvum, r. ' .
na an Rh Ton on TBI OKNDISK. Th
uaaatarrait ara aaaaa ia ov.
2? "tha Hana-r aba
O win sew aatuawtorr a
O aaarr aatlamaa . who wanta i a
par article. We are putttnlnto tha
auuaaSMtara af tbea ahoea, tha aeenlta of SO
z r oaparlaaaa and atudr. of waatwUl
linn. tTa aomfbrt and araar
3 faltafullr. Try tham.
- Svary SraVolaaa
X dealar haa
W. V. nALDEMAN,
Praaldent ef tha Great L0UISVILV5 C0U-
iUKn-JOURNAL CO., tell! nat
b knowi of
Wintersmith's Chill Cure.'
Dr. WinlenmM, Birl aivo a rule 1 hav
obaarved for many jean, tba vaju of roar
remeiiv cromDiioa ma to ear, iu .u
our request, what I know of your Chill
ura. lhe priraia assuranooe oi ive rui uj
T I -I J .V. . AnJ r....U. It. .ffAflta J
bad observed on Mr. K. W. Meredith, who,
r. wnrm h.ii uiia.I1 vAira. nta dood iurv
man of my office, induoed ma to test It in
my family. The remits have been entirely
satisfactory. Tha first case w of two
aar.' .11(1 H.. IU WQIDI1 I Dl l.VO OIOIJ
novo remedy had been tried with tempo
rary reliel the omul returnint penouioiu
.ih ...tnln.lv innreaed aeverity.
Your oura broke them at onee, and there ha
been no recurrence of them for mero than
ix months. The other rue was ot a milder
form, and yielded mora reaauy w omm
remedies: but tha chills would return at in-
I....I. nnlll ,nn, m.ilinin. WAS used. BinOO
which time, now several months, they have
entirely disappeared. From the opportu
nity 1 nave bad to judge, 1 ao not nesiuue tu
express my oenei mat your vuui vu i.
yaluable specific, and periorms an you
promiA for it. Kespeotfully,
ARTHUR PETER i CO.', Agent, Loula
Cure Dlaiaaia o(
Horses, Cattle, Sheep
D0Q8, HOG 3, POULTBY,
Tn naa for over 20 years by Farmers.
Stockbreeders, Horse K.
Used by U. S. Covernment.
Kf STABLE CHART
.M.nlt .i. Rnll.ro A Book MlM Fl'M.
Humphrey Med. Co.. 10 Pnltoa 8., N. T.'
E0KXOPATEI0 ft ft
Pkaa nnl. atfwral MmsMlv for
Nervous Debility, Vital Weakness.
and Prowratlon, from nter-work or oth eu"J
1 pr rial, or t UI and larao rial po.d.rlor ,
KOI.O B rHllnim. or acnl potpail oa rooalpMI
Drioa. Hmmfknt' IMmO., lea lua Oi., a. I.
A Valuable Patent
Daaajl (Htm) Oont aad Pea Plaa.
0 A Visa parfetd my inran tlo. I wtab
ia. to piaoe it Berora toa p i "'r. T
perraet soceaaAanaa tba drill, dittribuU
tba some, thereby one man performing th
wora 01 taraa. na nara
thia aaetlo for rrer doieo years with per-
feot setuiaetlon. uaa fire raepoEeinia iaou
menials, addraai . '
JOHN U. PANCTsDaaeyrilU, :
HarwnoH eoanta. T.n.
A P0H1T1VS CUBS TOR
tick Msadaoha. '
Ioea :-Oao to two toaaanoaiale.
Oranla t a.a uaca.an aur.
nM aai kaaee at m. ona c,
uln lUlta eold la balk.
Crab Oroetrd Water C., rae'r.
N !ONF. Waoaerr. I.ltlil.. ay
Offie Pablio Administrator, Shelby county
Courthouse. Memphis, Tenn., May 3.18tj
TUB undersigned havln been ppointd
and qualified administrator of the estate
of J. H.Cuttall. deceased, notice ia hereby
(iren to all persons indet.ted to said, estate
to come forward and settle i and to tbosa to
whom said estate is iadebtad. to file their
claims with ma, duly probated, within the
time prescribed by law. or the same will b
forever barred. juna iuauub,
mmm kB l-
-KArK ltH-Its CAUSBS and CV.RK.by
MM one who was deaf twenty-oifht years.
rtod Irmoitot the noted sioialisU of
t1'. d.y with do benetit. Craan aiaaakr in
three months, and sinca then hundreds of
others by itni proeeas. A plain, simpleaPd
ouocsiful home treatment. Address I..S.
PAttb.WKajtttUi&U.Naw York CUT.
a3 fl. M
tiln 111 r
Cottoi Factors, Vholesalo Grocers,
No. 11 Union Str&et. : : Memphis. Tens.
am . I laaf aKemwirraraiiuueaaeeortneaaTi
Ciab Orchard VaterEisrad
HTCHASL tjiVTJf, i
as a au
a-BiMIt Bclred la samj of SI aai apwaro. aai Intaraat allowed aa earn 6rat
W bay ad Mil local Inrastmeiit Baad aad Sacuritle aoneraily , pay taxes, act a
troatM, ad, la teaaral. zcM aar financial basinets poqulnn a sod aai raspoaalbia
arEVlsu Irafla, la saau to suit parch!, oa all parU of Kuropa-
k- W bar , TOiai odious Vault for th depooit of ralaables, which U at ta aarrioa at
our onstotara, orrera oa "a".
P. Fo HUDEJ, PreaWeat. EWD. GOLDSXITH, Tlcs-Presldeat
JAMKS HATH AH. Caahlpr.
J. A. BULKY.
J. L BAILEY & CO.p
IE5 ILnTU IMI
336 Second Street, Memphis.
.......nirno ma awn BTltU FrTTKRi
A.NDREW STEWAET, New Orleans.
WholesaleGroceis, Cot. Factors
SO. 856 AND 858 FBOCT STKHET. KSHFIUU9, TESHn
STEVAHT BROTHERS Ci C0I3PAIIT
COTTON FACTO US AND COMMISSION MEBCHANTS,
Oila c& KTwEtTTsStl Stores
Offlce. S49 Front Streot. Memphis Tenn.
8LED6E BBOSee of Como, Miss.
o. 36 Front Street-
Wholesale Grocers, Cotton tfaotora
And Csnnlwlcn CsrchsBta, i: .
232 and 234 Front St, OempMs, Tons.
Mr. 1. H. RAEJKT iaT.U. bt wboU Urn to th. irsliklsi f"
to our charaa. OotUa Warehouse, tp Waehlnttoa street.
O 1 SETba-
AW ABD PLAHIRCr-alllX, ATT-TAJU,
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Molding. Lumber,
Lath and Shingles, Flooring, Celling and Cedar Forts.
MEMPHIS - TENNESSEE.
L. D. MUUJNS. of lata J. B. 8odwta A Co. J AS. T0NOB, laU of J. W. CaldweU A O
MULLINS & YONGE,
Cotton Factors &Com mission Llerchanb
No. 1 Howard'a Row. Cor. Front and Union. Memphln.
iMier.f horaton & Co
Cotton Factors, Vliolesale Grocers,
Mo. 300 Front street, : Memphis, Tei
Q. W. TOMLEf.' WM. BENJBS.
NEW CARRIAGE FIRM.
Tomlin & Benjes,
179 Main St., Memphis.
Offer special InduoemenU ta Open Bufie
of eur owa make, at t"! Tod Butaies ot
oar owa make, at 1120. All work war
raated. Call before you buy.
mw Harint disposed of oar entlr stock ot
Vhicle and th ManufMturinjr DeparV
ment to Messrs. T0MLIN k BKNJriOi w
bespeak for them a continuanoe of tha
ptrnae ao Ion extended to a.
W OODRUFr? -OLIVER
CATtRTAOK i HARDWARB COMPATTT,
d. B. WITT.
fg. g FlxtureV. G,ob... Etc
AKDEBW D. QWTUSE, Mam
F. M. R0BFLEET, TUaHitrnt Fartaer.
at. J. Clara.
.r?-.Jt - i " I sti
i - is aS Jf- k JJ Sa
GWYRHE & CO.,
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