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CHICAGO STILL THE CENTER OF
ITiut the Corumnnletie Orjan Say?
The Elght-Honr Sjslmi
Troable at 01 her I'oiiitH.
Cntcio. III. May 7. Win Klal.l
e:lt, the pres'd ;r.t of the Cabinet
makers L'aiur, was arrested eticr.iy
after mfJuiht on a arrant laened by
ajirtre ol tne feiee. btahlneclu la
accusej of intiraidaticg workmen, and
is aliened to have paitioipated in the
riot n! loeaUay tuctit. It is rata that
the Farnitora Association have de
Bounced bim as a proleteional aifit-
tor, laying that besides inciting strikes
be baa preenf-d strikers desirous of
aetllintr thsir tlimcultus from cooler
ring with Ihuir employers except
IXSTITUTKD TBI I1QBT HOCB SYSTEM.
The People's Qas Company has in
tituted the v'ght-bonr system. It
bas heretofore been the custom of the
120 firemtn to work in two shifts of
twelve ton's etch st $2 75 per mm
per shift. Under the new system the
men work in three shifts of eitihthonrj
each t (2 50 per shift. (Sixty new
nien will neceet arily be employed.
DsatlKD KIUHT BOIKR.
Abont 3(100 chak-vaVers, who work
only six month if the yeu a: aa aver
age salary cf $:i per w k, have mads
demand oo the con tract inn cloak
makers for night l.onr' work and an
increase of 25 per cent, in thi i' wagec.
One of the coniractots admits that the
cloak-linkers have been mienrably
paid, and he awerta that tbo wbolseale
dealer- have (tro.n rich ont of the
protitson their work. The con'raclors
nnmber about 70 and Ih y are o:khu
izsd at Aaeemli'r No. 612!) of ll o
Ji nights of Labor. At a meetirg held
last ciht they exptemed their willing
nets to grant the tleiiiatiiUof fieir ( in
ployep, providing (hoy can induce Ilia
wholesale dealers to pay sn advance
on the present price of the goode. A
co.li mi les was arpifnted lo lay the
maltar before the leading Iiouhih.
BEPt'fiCI) TO BOVOTT.
The Noith Ciilao Saloon. Kerpors'
Asiociition, whiih the t-tr ku g cm
ployoa cf Ih Jirnr:Swick-lilk C. len
der Company, billiard table manufac
turer', aaked to boycott tli3 timi, has
rtfieed tD do so.
Till WCHTERM INDIANA TRlit'BI.IW.
The trouble on the Fo'tittbi street
creating of the Wett.'rn Indiana rail
road coatintHMthiu inoroim. A inun
bi r of i ruins are stopped at lb it print,
the switch tondtns and crowing KtiHrtU
refusing tj aid the tot.1 in opening tiie
line?, A grtnt crowd aanils n'luut
watching the ene, but the own cf
Lake police say thuie is iio danger.
htier The blockade waa liiiMlly
raUodat 10:30 o'clock, and tmi.fi are
WHAT Till COMMt'StKTIf OltlUN SAYS.
The Arlxiltr fitting in ikes it ap
pearance again this mrminij, though
in greatly reduced fotm. lln old pa
per was a large, ntoiperoua lnoki.'ig
loilo theet, while to-day s mine Is a ten
by twelve hand bill. The l n ling ar
ticle to-day is addressed to t'ie work
ingm n of Clrcago, and ff or relating
the (lillL'iiHiofl tlmy hi d in pnh.iHhiiig
the paper, owing to the arret t of all
the printers and editors, the paper
says: "Tnese twenty-two printers
wt-ra araMsd on the ridiculous clmrgH
of murder. People who did ni. tiling
bufr their work, end for which they
wrj paid. I'.ftlwui rofmt'tl them.
On al sides fimo wru a sys
tematic attempt tj inaku the
reappraranr.e ul the paper luipjasitilo.
" You see, then, wo inginen,
the', the r.iling cIhhs umlcri tin Is bet
ter than von the valun of a labor or
gan. " Wo will thnw you that
a'thougl) the rerkluaaneHtii f some inny
temporarily tonf ise, it cinnot (limn it
our working men's party. We llieru
fora appeal to yon, workingmon. You
will see tuat thn woiki igmeo'H in ivti
merit without an rgiu is impoMtihle.
We sbnll (ominuo the fight for
frfodom and right thnt this paper hae
always comiuc e.l. Forward,
and unlirfiUtintily forward, in apite
cf a'l chicinery ot the ruling c'awes.
Again, vo-kinymt'n, do jour
dn'y. We i! I do ours."
In another part of the rnpciasn
article wh'ch Indircc'.ly charRca that
the dynamite which the polic:) found
in their building wai brou?ht there
by the c Hirers themselvw-. 'J hey say :
"Af.'or the police had tr.-eit-'d the fd
Hois they cirtdully aouched the build
ing, but IinnJ nothimr. Atboit time
a'ter they reappeared and sr.ei'cd nil
conneit.d with the pypjr, en I, he
bold, thoy alio found dynamite. They
re also said to I ave found n revolver
and sn old file. Indeed, dria'lu'.
Acd tlvs lliul is said to prjve thnt the
printers are murderers." The writer
then gees en ti (ay that the whole
thing Is a conspiracy O suppress the
piper forever, la a conspicuous part
of the bsndbi'l is Printed th cim
mentsof the New York Vlk ,-itung
on the arieV. ot 6chenck and ll.aun
icbweig in that city,
TROUHt.I rtARED AT CTUMINUH,
There was no disturbance at t'um
mingf, the lrxa'ion of the large work
of the Calumet Iron and tfteel Works,
this morning, bat It wai greatly ft are d
that trouble would occur durirg the
day. This fear was based on the re
port that tbe Calumet Iron and Steel
Company were going to bring a num
ber of men to the mills. Tbestrikeis
Mil they were determined the tew
men should not go to work. Dave
beett, the station agent, was driven
out of town last night by mob of the
strikors. The company filed a bill,
aid tbe leading strikers have been en
joined by the Circuit Court to keep
way from the company's work.
Fielding, the 8 ialit t now under ar
rest, was treatt d by Dr. Dexter this
morning. Tbe doctcr states that, from
tbe eoaise of .the btlht, Fielding evi
dently shot himre'f white carrying his
BKIX PieCOVtJlKD IN THE ITUMK
An old-fasliionf d thtll was discov
ered in the lumberyards of Charles
Reitr., at No. 27 North Canal street,
this morning. It lad a percussion
cap, and waa r;uiy for use. It was
conveyed to the police skt on.
AU tb wounded ollicers at the
Cooaty Hospital, with three ri.vp
tioa, were replug cnnforlablv this
, inoruing snd ih irg some sigrs of
improvement. The itiree excfp""iie
were Oil'.cers Flavin, Nekoa snd Han
Ben. U.lier Kedc'cn was lying in the
sun "cui i'h Flavin. Ucladini
prjvid a.juitrwlut during tbe ingLt,
but bis r-cnveiy is not yet apru ed.
LeTei lfrdt, the limn who hr.t
M. d ten, and who receivtd twa 1 a Is
from tbe ctticft'e pis'ol, was innrh
won this mrrning. ilia rwovp y ig
rg rkd ai imrxNiihle, and he lrokcd
like dead aa he lay slretcbtd out on
The cot ttpon which, young Schu
macher, one of the cit:ien wonnde I
at tbe bay maiket, was closed in by
screens wbentbe do-tors came aroond
this morning. A niinitt-ir was pray
ing at bia bedside and a number ol
friends were with bim. The doctors
looked over the serf en and passed on,
for Schumacher ie almo-t past the
ceed of medicine and death iabut
question of a fe boute.
WKflTERIf BAII.WAYS BBS t'MINO
The Western rail we; a are reauming
r-peralions this morning on nearly the
b. s e prior to the ttrike. On -It the
mada freight trains are bf ing sent c ut
without molestation. In all of the
f eight boust a incrraied forces cf men
are at work, and the quantity cf
freight being cflered and handled is
very la'gtly incrraecd over tha". of
any former day. The cflieials of tbe
Uurling'oa rotd this moiuing notified
its old employes to return to work or
take their abwlutedischtrge from tbe
No work whatever is bf irg done at
ruilcsn to day, all tbe men remain
ing ' nt
Work wai resumed at Armour's
Glue Factory this morning, 00 em
ploye! returning to work on the old
baeis of ten hours f jr ten hours' pay.
Neatly the full complement of 1400
men were at woik at McCormick's
Ji aper Works this morning.
TUB KII8TIR POST MORTIM.
The pott mortem examination on
the body of Charlui Kiester, tbe man
who was killed during the lio's on
DrspUines street, on lmt Tuesday, re
Mi'te 1 in bringing out the cause of bis
death. It was found that a revolver
ball of very small caliber had pene
trated bis back between the two lower
ri s and bad paad clear through him,
coming out beaeaih the breast boce.
The ball was of mi b email ca ibar that
in probing for it af or bis dtath a
kniie was used, which obliterated all
traces of the outlet wound. It was
only by a c'oio exitninition that the
wound in the l a k was diwovored.
HCal'KCTtO DYNAMITfilt AKRK8TKI).
The police arrnated asiiHpected dyn
amiter named William Heliger. on the
.yorxn pier, tins loreno jii. and af:tr-
ward eearched his room at No. 4Y.I
Set'gaick itreet. Here waa found a
large quantity of dynamite, two enne
and a large quantity of cartridges. The
icar i-xuiitiuu oy me man wnun taken
into the Central poli?3 fctatlon about
noon wai almcH'. painful. Ilia face
lal a ilnadlv iiallor nnH hn innM
hardly koep Irjm falling. What evi
dence the police pucaeea against him
is nut H'att-d.
STCPrnt) BY THE STRIKER'.
Five hundred biick makers returned
to tho jatdi at Lake View this mnru-
tg and began to work, but a ciowd of
ItliO strikers from tin city, many of
them exulted with liquor, entered the
y in da and d ove them out.
Thi large It ill Holiil.l finnitiiri fin
tor. v resumed oniTalions 1 3-day with a
B'iihII force i their old me j, who re
turned to their benches.
TUS I'JI.K'g FUND.
The lumber dea'ers of the city enh
pcribed J50O0 to be added to the police
fiiml. The siihBcription now bids fair
to reach foO.OOO, if not more.
I he llrlnllonK llflwcpn ilm Itrewrra
auil I hlr t.iiiployfa
Sr. Iouis, Mo., May 7. Tho Ilrew
ere' Assrciation oi tl is city ndoitid
ic cntly a liit of mlis defining t'reir
relations to thoir employes, which the
Infer a', their met ting lmt night
pledged themtelves to be governed by
In the future. This final rg-eencDt
between the breweis and tliair n
ployes makes impost i!lo any further
iniaunderetaudliig which nrght biiug
about a strike or lockout.
Tho rr. orniTit arrived at beturcen
the I r jwure of this cily end their em
ploy rj makes no mmtion ol a brew
ore' union, and for this hmboh a com
inittcj of bix from tho uniou waj ap
pointed, and ca Nd upon the various
blowers I o secure their eignatii'es to
a i'.pcr rec ignixing their orgaiilr.tion.
All refused to sign tha paf cr except
the pr jpriotor.1 1 f JoHi't'U Schneider's
lirewlng Comrany. The no ion this
afternoon liielituled a mild form of
boycott against the other companies
by recommending that nil their nio li
bers pr.tronizi Schneider's in prthr
ence to all other beer.
The East St. Louis city council hue
determined upon unking a vigorous
II lit egiinet the S:. Louie llridge Com
pany. At this mtrnlng's scaslon of
the ceuncil au o'llitmnoo repealing the
ordiminco grafting the c impuiiy the
r'ljht to erect m rns'orn appronch to
thebiidKO over Ciojk street, and cr-ditiii-g
the cou'pany to nay within
thirty days 170,000 in judgiuei.ts ob
la'ned ajninBt the city by Crook etteet
propeity ownerf, was a esd. I'nlfHs
payment cf the ahave amount is made
the cily will order the removal t f the
bridge approach. Tho comppny vo
futcj the payment of this sum, which
is not botit.il by the charter ol the
comjnny, which lusbion meigid hit')
the present company.
A strike by six'v mlil lands of
Knapp, Stout A Co. s extensive raw
mill at the foot of Bremen avenue,
which hai been thrdateuing for sime
time, wai inaugmated to-di.y. TLo
men demand ton hours work per dav,
Instead of eleven, and will stay nut,
they say, until this ia granted. The
company will fiiinly reeiet the icduc
ticn In hour.
Am l'mT IWIinic la All Branrbr
rmeBURti; Pa., May 7. Tbo labor
dilllcultiea have caused a depression
in business that is perbap doing more
icjurytolhe building t ale than to
any other. It is eMi mated that nearly
foOO.003 worth c f business in I'ittebuig
nd Allegheny hat been lost since the
labor troubles began. Builders and
contractor complain about cont acts
tLat have b oa broktn, ilambcra and
supply dealers, furniture and lumber
mei of orders that have been counter
manded, anl everybody is uaeasy.
No manufacturer is buying any stock
and all are holding on t what th y
now have. Tee advame in the price
of tarrying ore, of coke and the wage
of the laborers, added to a feeling that
'ho end has net come ye, makes all
the iron men very shy.
AT CI NUNS ATI.
KMtlrmrnfa Mnr Tttn Ovrrbnlanr-
1UK rw Nlrlkra.
CiNi-isSATt, O , May 7. The Bottle
mtme wi'.h the tt ikers more than
ovoibalnnte the new strikers, the
holeis at the a'reit ra'lway s'ables
have tt ut k for f 12 a week. The cr
peLtars have is tied a i irculnr calling
on a'l to wo k figl t hours f r eight
houib' pae, so tatiive cmpl iy merit
to the idle carptn'eis. It ia th'inght
ha. mcH' t f the ciriiij;s f irt iri- a wll
be running by Monday. The Mayo
keeps up pitcaulionry mcasuiee.
Mrlht of Ilallclcra anil Lotiarera al
Nw Yobk, May 7. Three hundred
buildera and labcreis in the employ
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL SATURDAY, MAY 8, 16.
of Mertx & tkas, at K jcbwter, have
rack work for nine hours perdy.
ex-ept hatarday, when the y demand
eight bouig, The firm will stop work
rniher thn accede to the dimand.
Mr. Merts made an efTjrt th's morning
to r see tiin whether any rf hie men
bf lo'uted lo the Kbighta of Labor, but
was unaucceeafnl. it is bis intention
not to re employ ony oce belonging U
nit: iimn wtuiMi 1 1 i non
IT I.OXJ hi. nr.
Indlrnllniia of Matrrlal Proarraa
ad a llrnllhjr Urew lb-Sew
looaacapoRDaacs ofths trrtu.A
Hoi.ivar, Tkn, Mar 7. Ye an
cient town of iiolivar bos at last be
gun to fool the throbbing of a pro
gressive spirit, and after a lengthy xv
riod of dulhu-KP, if not of actual de
cline, the de-r old burg seems to be
giving out evidences of proHiH-rity.
Othtr things may have contributed
something to raising the hopes of our
people, but the location here of the
Lunatic Asylum boa done more than
all things elnc to g ve spur to business,
and to cauae us to dixt'iiss the feueibil
ity of other enterprises.
Positive advantages over some dozen
other places; having excellent claims
for the location gave I'.clivar the any
Iut). This is something to boost of.
because the requirements which had
to bo complied with in securing the
location show thnt our town
posaosNes superior advantages in
point . of health, accessibility
and ' surroundings. That these
claims will now ho more clear
ly seen nml appreciated is
scarcely to bo doubted. That enter
prises will follow that wi 1 add to our
material prosperity is a legitimate con
clusion. We oxiect to secure other
lailroad facilities in tho coming years,
with the accompanying advantage of
competition in freight rates. Tho
narrow-gauge mplev and Ship Island
will eventually make an important
northern connection at Itolivar. To
lo this on'y seventeen miles of ex
tension from Middleton over an "oasv
grade," across llatchio Valley, will
have to he built. This will give us
another connection with tlo Mem
phis and Charleston and, of course,
llie Illinois ijenliul having secured
the Memphis aiH Tennessee will
doubtless pcrfo't her Memphis con-
nee ions by building a lino to tap tho
ilium line somewhat northeast of
Memphis. A careful survey will
show th-t a direct lino from Memphis
to Itolivar will he, all things consid
ered, the cheapest and bo t route. A
tdirewd corporation like the Illinois
Central will hardly build over twenty
miles of .road across two river bottoms
to reach t lie main lin at Jac'.son. as
has been conjectured br some, when
it cni make the desi ed connection by
nipping mo name in iioiivar ly a line
sixty five miles long direct from Mem
phis. These good things secured, a ili cot
line to Nashville will seem u neces
sity. You see we have proceeded to
build all these roads "on paper," but
is not that the way in wh eb all great
ent rprises are begun? So this sumo
gray goosi quill set forth the advan
tages of Itolivar as a most suitable
plnco for a lunatic asylum twelve
veal's ago, when that question was ag
itated in (iov. Hrowu's administration,
ana nameil with a lair ilesenp'ion tro
tract of land on will h it bus been lo
cated. H lias come to us in time, and
if philosophizing were in order, it
in ght be remipked that there is an
"eternal fllno-s in things" that in
spires a forecast, oven in simp o
minds, that f. r the nonce surpasses
thee njeeliiro? ol the wise.
A stranger would bo favorably iin
tirossod with oil' clover fields and ever
increasing lastme lands. Young
C fives by tho dozen skip over our
meadows, and as t Leltoy and Trav
eler colts-tho woods oto full of 'em.
Our gardens abound in choice vege
tables, and the lose ous s rawberiy
will soon ho here. Clucking liens anil
spring chickens till our hack-vards,
and eggs are only ten cents a dozen.
Some of us havo very little money, us
wo sold a poor crop of cotton for a
small price, and, as usual, wo arc pav
ing a big per cent for g oils bought on
credit. Wo know it to bo a ruinous
policy, but then it seeim so hard to
abandon tho old ways. We'll quit
thorn bye and bye. peVh.irs. I'mlivar
will be uiiusnllay lively tho ensuing
Milliliter, because' of tho building of
tho ' asylum and tho coming
'of more than our ordinary
number of visito'i) from Memphis
and other business centers. Wo have
two well-conducted hotels, tine livery
service, excellent church advantage's
and the best water in West Tennessee
only three miles away, at tbo Dunlau
Springs. Those springs ore owned by
parties in Memphis, and it woul'l
seem a most opportune- time to put
thorn, at least, in as good repair as
formerly, mid invito the attention of
the public to their heolth giving qual
ities. Wo desire said owners to give
some attention to this matter before
wo get our new railroads to run
lleantiry tunr Home.
Finish the walls and ceilings with
Alubnstino. You can do it; inox
jiensive; try it. White and twolvo
tints. Cheaper and better than paint,
kalsomine or paper. Disinfects ami
prevents diseases. Beautiful sample
card free. By druggists, hardware
and paint dealers. $A0 given away,
b, MANSFIELD & CO., MampbU.
Tbe Aaurrlraa Mrdlral Aaaclalian.
St. Lol is, Mo., May 7. The Amei
lean Medical Association this morning
held the lait session of the present
convention. Reports from various
committees wo'e read and adopted,
and epeciil del-tations appcioted.
Several papers npon medical subjects
were read and tbe convention ad
journed sine die, to meet tbe second
i'ucstljy In Juue, 1SS7, in Chicago.
Inre-ntllary t'lrra In IU oil Kedona.
Wasuinoton, Pa , May 7 At 12:0
o'c'o: k this morning the tanks of
Thaytr No. 1 were set on tire by an
incendiary, snl re now bnrnirg. The
fire spread to the derrick of Gordon
No 1. a few rods distant, which WfS
buiii'd to the groond. Workmen saw
the man tuning fn.ni the tsnks.
Iry Uofttla Import at Now York.
Nkw Y'ork, May 7. The total im
poiti of d y goods at this port during
th past wk were valued at $1,007.-
(54!i, and thn am out thiown on the
market at il,84,7"0.
I.onlaWllc Tobnrro nnrhrl.
l.n ivii.i.K,Kv ,VIay 7. The C'.himVt.
.(itmi'W'a t hoc. iepi rt says: Tne
tiiarKri was p'.tady ij tone, snd
a't'iocgh wi'l.ont mticiable cisplay
of inu in iln hiddn.g for any grade
prices were euttuined, and n more,
except fjr low grade dark tobaccos,
which f jr lugs and couim in Itnf, were
somewhat morn favorable to tellers.
Barley laps std leaf were stef.dy.
.VEST TEWESSEE ASYLDI
C0MMISI0M ns' TOUR
A Large Amount or Valuable
formation OhtaUcd-Tue Va
rious joints Visited.
T'- wisvilie ( l" n 3 '.Us and li,e:
Mr. A. W. brock way i f this city, wLo,
togt-ther with J. 11. Godwin and Aus
tin Miller, tompjte t' e West Tecnej
see Ire.n Asvium Co'jimlmlon, re
turrci on Thursday of la t wsekfmm
a per bod al inspect ioi f f vtirtl simi'ir
iuH'itutions in this Stt t', North Caro
lina, Alabuma end M:s-if8ipp;. The
comiiiissiootra, ai compmied by Gov.
Bate, Architect McDjoall of Linic
ville and Dr. J. B. Jone, mecisal m
perintndeut, first viaited Knexville,
near which place ia located tbe Ka
Tennessee Asylnm. Hre they found
a splendid institution, just completed,
s tuated at 'In roojan:ic Lron'a View,
and considering the small cos', per
haps the flaeet one tbey saw during
Dr. Catipbell, the f uperintendtnt,
who Is a mntt pit-as, n'. and ic:mp-
nuHtu gRuneman, ana nis slu corps
ui lauwoir, SLOwea llie Uummlsion
ers every a teution, and gave them
valuable information, and enterfa'ned
tne uove nor and tbe Commis doners
and also a large nonibsrof eminent
citizens who went out with them fioin
the city, in the mot elegant and 1 o-
pitahle mnner. ot only the officers
cl tbe isylura but tbe cit ze s eemr
a'ly, and notably Col. Dickirsmand
Col. lVorce, if tbo Fiut National
Hank, tx-euded a mo t cordial wel
c nic, and the Coir.iii's.'ioners brought
away the mot,t favorable impreesioas
ol Mioxvilie B inBjiiUlity, entcrpriee,
woade.ful growth and bnght fu'.ute.
The Goveinor M uni- g t j Nashville,
the r Et of the paity proocdello
Mcrgat t .wn, N. C, where tho Ve?t-
r.i North Ca'o ina In3ane Aejlurn is
loia e l. This iusiiMVioi ie a largetnd
expensive tiro, a:d o itairs over .100
patun'a, anl cjptovr Jo!K),C0D. Dr.
Murphy, the supeiintenhnr, who
thoriughly underttinds the canduct
and mun.gi inent of each imtitntions
and Irs pi lire aani'anU trca'ed lie
cotrm'es'outrs haodiomtly, lodging
them in tht buildinir, giving them ail
ine lnmrrrnt on ri their p,. wrr, fur
nishing hac s f ir delightful drives.
and evrn furti-dird the ipirklin
Catawba which exhi'a'nej but does
n it inebriate. (Of ennree the ctmmis-
siouers die into wi ll ihanka tin lost.)
Fiom here the coinm ssionnis viMted
Salifbury, N. C ; AtlBnt", Ga. ; Birm
ingham and TuiciIiosj, A a, tnd
Merid an, Mils At 'i iifcaloosu they
found tbe lorgiH and most conipbte
institution in the r ut t re tiip Icis
p-oiided over by Dr. Kryce, who has
neiu t' e position twen'y-nine yeate,
and who is one i f the highest au'liori-
lia on q'len.ODB ol iriHarity in the
toiletry. Helms 700 ra iuuta under
his control, anil, thocg'i tome t f the
most violent, they tin a l nun aed
wiilnut any physical ns rain'. ll.re
tl o oommit-pioprs ihi met Dr. Oiay
of Uaca, . Y., one of the ni'.tt
eminent insanity txppr!s in t'ie
United S:a'es,and who, by the way, was
prominently cinne-cet with ttie in
vi s ivaion of tiie ii sinity of Guileuu.
lAaviiig'linoiilo-'sa, where t'jcv wme
shown every ccurety, thhy vi-dted
'In Kwt Mississippi Asylum ot Meri
dian, where they found pn iiH'itution
incomplete on acro ntof ii ad .qcate
legirutive eppropria'ion, but mm-egt-J
by geullemeti who are fully co:u'
pi tent, and who treated the (ominis-
fioieswith marked e'tt'ttiop. Jtr
Uic, the preiidibg tllicer, will be
pltaiaiilly remowbo ed firhiakiid
ucss atd hoipitulitv.
Thence, tho Conimii s'onors relumed
ho'ne, aitr having tiavoltd leady
2(K0 niibs a:.d gathering a hiree
am'.unt t f infuriiia'ion t:iut will Let or
prepcr them fur tbe disi,'liargor,f their
iiuties in tli cm -eplion. buildi "or and
comi l-ti.n cf en irsiffl apyluni for
Wts'. TenufBcce, tha1. will meit s 1 ' the
ri qiinen entB of the care and rt II -ct
credit, net only uon tbo Ula'a, but
upon Gov. Bile Lur hn saaci y and
judgrcoiit in t':e teleitioi of time
Comniis?:o;iers who n o doing their
o-k s ) thoroughly at d fo faitLfiil'v.
1 ne LommifiHioiiira will miPt m xi
Vnmiay at N at hvill.i:i the Governor's
t H'hn, to adi p. li,m pirti.e for Ih : con
struction ot tne my iirn, which will be
Biibniit'el to iIh Gnvirjer for pp-
p:oval is required f v law, aftf r which
woik oa ttie tui:4mgs will bo crm
meuted at nnce. j
Ti nil who are auffcrlns 'ro,u rroi nnd
Indincrationr of youtt rarvous winkc,
early dacny, lota of fcnohood, etc., I will
aend a recipe that wil cure you, KuKE OF
C11A1H1K. Thli rrfiMieuiedy wai disjovor
ed by amlnionary In Suuth America. Send
elf-(ldresei enviilort to the Rev, J rn
T. Ikmji. AVnltoa B. fi" Tnr.
$ fllv Humphreys'
Horses, Cattle, Sheep
DOGS, HOG I IX)ULTRY,
In nso for over 21 years by I'linuers,
Stockbreeders, Hi rso 11. II., tc
Used by U. S
- STABiq CHART 1,
Mounted en nolltrtft Book Hailed Free.
tlniiiplirrva'Mrd. C'oJ 109 Fultan 61.. N.T.
l it u.- v M fn m. Tim otily nnromtf nl renifnty for
Nervous Debility,1 Vital Weakness,
inn) IVi-trotUm, from tTTr-k r tltr cm'.,
if! ir Vint, tirft viitl- in hrv9 piUT. for 5X
StM.iU'Y liun;iis irf.'ni 1 :ml n.i rrcfirifol
(riw tlumphrr,.' liIrlNfto., IU fttillnaiM., A, I.
0ffin Pub'le Adminiiitrator, Shelhy eonniy
0.iirthcue. .Meu)ihi. Tenn., Jly3. lSijit.
rrHH underirnl hvincr been mtolnted
X aad uuahtioj adminirtratur of the rstnle
01 J. II. ivutlall. icocaed. nutire in herthy
(irentonll er;n-,t iDJ ted lo n.inl male
u roae forward nml ttl; and lo ha ti
n'mni raid evlitt is imltbted, to fila tho r
oUiml w.th me, duly rotated. within tie
time profo ihd ry law. or the rni will be
lorevcr oarreu. ,lllll WIAUI K,
All Tbal Sriroee Khlil
Could in to make Donaon'f Ci.-ine riantera
the tc.t porous iiH4ters. and nl-o the hot
aenrrnl oxlornul rniedv in tiie w. rM. hns
hocn diio. Whe-irvcr U i l-ocsihii to im
lrove them it in o .ne, Uonaon' I'lptem ae
not made to imii 0 upon the oredulou, hut
to cure oii-onne. l'l.o r omi"ent ru?co. has
lrocurd lor them the voluntary -nilorffe-ment
ol fi IH1 't ysifinna, I'harmur'.Mii and
druaci'tl Ihrcuichuut the r.iuntrr. an i tho
outjo iken I'retcr. ii -o of the inittllievnt pui
lio They are .r wpt. rowa ful. cleanly and
certain. They cere where no oilier will even
rtlicTe. Kje imitation aryle.l Cn ii-i-in."
',Ca4"lruir." nr "Capuc r." pluttprv.
KeiutaS e druiita only. The Thrre
fc-enl" tr idr-niarx ,n the genuine and the
w. rd "OajK-iiio" ut iu the center of the
Yaniila. lmnn. Orange, Alummi. Kn, mc.t
.vor at drlicelely u.d naturally aa tha IruiU
PRICE BAKING POWDER CO..
ritlCACO. f T. LOUI3
DR. C. McLANE'S
HI TSUI Rt. PA.
1)E SURKYOUflETTHPGESUIKE. The
'.ounierlmia are made in bt. Lcu-.t, Mo,
Ik nature ' cwn remedy, made from roota
gitthertd from the fcreati of Ucorxia. The
method by which it is inaJo waa ohtaincd h'
a half-trccd from the Crock Indians who in
habited a certain portion of Ueomia, which
wai co i munlciitcd to one of the enrlyast-
tlori, nnd thus the formula han been handed
down to tho present day. The above cut rep.
ru'eUs t'je method of manufacture twenty
yean nio, by Mr. C. T. Swift, one of tho
prtfent proprietors. Tbe demand bnf beon
sraduully incrensinir, until a JiW.'KJO lib
oratory ii now necesnnry to supply the ir.ido
A foreign demand bin been created, and en.
lnrned facilities will be necctsiry to n.cet it.
A'cgctiifolc Blood Purifier
Cancer, Catarrh, Scrofula,
Eczema, Ulcers, Rheuma
tism and Blood Taint,
hereditary, or otherwise, without tho us tr
Mercury or Potash.
ISookson "Contagious Blood Poison" nnd
on "llkod and Skin Diseases, " mailed'free.
THK MVIrT KHKCIFIC CO.,
N.JT., 1 ji ' 'Zid r3t.Kr.mer 3, AtUnta,
(4-cii'tiAr. iPzr, T.f.OOO. -E
i'lek la nly et.t etluiace In
fL'Ml ZJM ItiWl
Louisiana State Lottery Co.
' We ilo hrfl'i; crrtifv thut (M mptrri.
vrrtvAe mt titnJ'H- d th MotiiJy and (Jht
ttrv Jjt nirimii tho Louituvit tfiatc Lvttery
(,vif.ru ami prrson titan'iQn and control
the J-'rr? tuff-. vthet nj (Ant the tttmt
art con d it tta ji-h Aum fi , faimeta ttnd in
uood f'liifA tuici 'K ailfnrt), anti ire authttritt
A- tnwpaitti to iut thin tvrft-.-aU. nc-
vcrtut m nts.
the unA'riijHfd. Ranltm and Ha)ttr.
trill pay allt i'rizr dratett in The Lituvnana
Xlntt Lnltrrifji teMck May b prttnttd at our
J. 11 (MiLKSnr.Prm. I .a. Nni'l Itnnli.
J. W.UII.nRrrH.Prv.NIatNHfl lilt
. UALUHlW, l-rew. J. o. Unt. UU.
Incorporated In lHoclor twentr-f ye yeari
hv tha Lravislo-ture tor Edneatinnal anil
Ciiartubla purposes with a capital of tl,
Oee.lXW to which a reserve fund ot over $550,
IX'I haa since heen added.
By an oTerwnelmuut popular vote its
anchue was made a part ot tie present State
mstlta'.ion. adopted Decern bar lid. n
Tht only Lottery ever roteof on and iajforaad
by (Aa people al oaf Slat.
JI aeer eenlea or poseaonea.
lla firaadaiuale a nuiber Isntwlnira
tnke plc iitAnihlj, And isset vx
Iraorxllnitry ltrnwlnita rrarnlarly ev
ery I h r re luonisia liiMrna or fceuil-
inanaiiy aa nrrrsoiosr. Derlnuluar
Harrh, I .
A HPLENDin OPPOHTrXITT TO
W A lOKTl JVK. FIFTH GRAND
PKAW1NU. CLASS B. mTIIE ACADKMV
Of Mt't-10. NEW ORLEANS, TUKyDAY.
May 1I,1SS-I9LI Monthly Drawina.
CAPITAL PItIZE, 973,000.
100,000 TIpNrfa at Five Hollara Karli.
rrartiona. in a iiiiin, lu
LIST OF TRIZK!?.
1 Carital iTlre.- TS.OfO
1 C'ai ital riie &,)HI
1 Cii'ilal jirite ln.'VO
Prucs oifi'imi I2,ffl
5 Prises of Ht'O . lii.CiX)
10 Triies of lO.IKO
Sll I'rites of W' ln.ul
IcO Frites of Hl ssLiiin
Prises of lvO ',H0
Mslfrircsof vi.. i;.ia
(XO Prises of Sfi.uno
9 Avi'roximation rrites ot JV'ri ajfo
9 AiM'roximation l-riies of Mi 4,V4)
9 Ai'proxiiuation iiriies of 250 i,Q
IT Prises, amoonttnato WrW.MO
Anilic;itlon Lor rates to clubs should be
roi i, only to the oSice of the Company in
For turuier Infonnptlnn write clearly,
trivinr full addre'a. I'OSI AI. nOTK.o, F.i
j'reas Mnoet Ordors, or Jfrw i orte Krchanre
In ordinary le'. Currency by Express lat
M. A. n.ari'HSSt,
Or M. A. OU PHU,
U iiNtitxar'on l. i.
or at Hat vitrt 5I.. .Ht nilila. Ton
JtaF P. 0. Jloucy Orders payable
anrt artrlrciw KfiriHlerril l.ottrrato
MH WRI.FAKN KallONAL lll'K.
Itia Urlrana. 1 a,
h If llrlyiiH y i
Gaiion Fsctsrs, Wliolesale Sressrs,
ECrab Orchard Water
yr.n nn-nu ten U'J.. empTs.
AND TRUST COMPANY.
DOAHD OX" THUHTB B3.
KAPOLKON HILL, MICHAEL OAVTV. j a miirnrvir
Ksapf idff M'lilS
"anP.0Jlly.re'"iT"i ,n ,an" 0f $1 tui BP"ard Intereat allowed on same Beml-
"yL..' .Vf i"'1 ,ooal. lBTMtmnt 5o"l and Securities renerally, ray taxes, act as
aijVnt. tranertd. execute any financial business reuuiringa tale aid responiibJa
I JJ " drafts, In sums to sultpurcha.ors, on all parts of Enrope.
'ourt"m.Tt'rjri.Vi;.th' d","it TiIu,iblM' "hicl1 " ' . .Tio. o.
1). P. IIAUDEX, Prenlilent. ETVI). OOLOSMITU, Yice-PreluYnt
J. A. BAILEY.
J. L BAILEY & 60,,
alulae e(.U Vcasf aiaa Mifi.-lw saUanaJ7 aaBaaS salads
336 .Second street, lemplsis
LARQE AXD COMPLETR STOCK np PLUMBERS, OAS AND STKVM FITTERS
Materials, Pump?. Drive Well. Iron. Lead and Stone Pipe, Qas Fixtures. Olobcs Etn
Wholesale 0-roc8rss Got, Factors
so. two asj n$sxz!T jwjaEr.T, afFPMRs, rt:xx .
nifP, S49 Front Strwot, Memphis. Tomi.
SLEDHE BROS., of Como, Miss.
n .& -m n
m tfl m k r is a a tj if (
a ni 1 let n ss w
o. 365 Front Street-
K. Saita, Jolin H.SalllTaa,
(a vx y. j.j a ra x r. v. i
And Commissign lerchaita
232 and 234 Front St, ItapMs, Turn.
UKTWKKS ADAKS AN ft J ETFEJistOK
Mr. I. N. RAINEY derotea his whole time to
to our eharira. tjottnn w arehouse. w iva.hinetnn atreet.
RAW ASS PI.AXIHa.XIUL, B1TT-TAKD,
Doors. Sash, Blinds.
Lath and Shingie?, Flooring,
L. P. MULL1NS, ol late J. R. Godwin A Co.
Cotton Factors Commission Merchants
No. 1 Howard's How, Cor.
, I MS StOI i
Coiioa Factors, Iholesalo Grocers,
Ho. 30(5 Frout street, : 2Ieju!iis, Teun
wi BJ W9 ;jjrv ail . ,r
A Rnifv1vf(M'r.ll I!fM'&MMI rtf rl.o l.laraa Ulai .
cur fnr mtpcfMiN. lrk llrtWb, J
i9Mtnmrm ana uowrii, a i
l A 1 1 1 k. - K
siaiiv M. JlNF-v M. i,.ini. in
O. W. TOMLIX. WJI. BENJES-
NEW CARRIAGE FIHM.
Tomlio k Benjes.
179 Main St., Memphis.
Offer ;i ecial Inducements In Oren liucgies
of our own nuke, at i!5; Tp liui-rien ol
our own make, at $121. All wnrk war
rnnted. Call before you buy.
rr flavin disposed of our entire stock of
Vehicles and the Manufacturing" liotiurt
tnent to Mesera. T0ML1N & BEN'Ji'.S, wa
bcepeak for them a continuance of the
pa ronace ao lona extended to us.
PAKHTAOK HHIWAHK OiMPANY.
0. E. W ITT.
AKDBEW . QWYKJ1E, Mi
, bWiHlkL ii bu
F. i?. OilFLLET, Resident Partner.
its s 53a g pa 2?e
ft vs c h a w
ft - m
' fuoa. lrH.. 6S. J. Cteirsi
tbe weighing; and sal ol all Cotton entrupUd
Ceiling and Cedar Posts.
JAS. TOKOE.late ol J. W. Caldwell k Co
Vvtmt and ITnton. Wpnirhis.