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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL TUESDAY, MAY 13, 18;C.
THE CHICAGO STRIKERS.
A RESTLESS IEELIXH IX THE
The right twff a tbe Tradd
talosi and tie kal(hti af
Labor Oenetal Sotes.
Chicago, III, Mav 17. I-railing
Bohemian residents of thia city held a
meeting yrsterdav and tx pressed their
iminition tbat iadting of the recant
riote ahoald be attributed tocitir.srja of
their nationality. Adolph Krori,
rnamter o the Board of Education,
empbas'zed the fact that one of the
ywiioenifQ. abot doring the liot, An
turt Neelar, was a ltohemian ; tbat no
Bohemian had been amated on ac
count of the riot, and (bat not bait a
doaen Bohmriana took part in the
Eattsr parade, wbon the American tt'g
vraadraiiRel inthnduit and the led
flai tinfailftd. Other spesches wera
made in which the sentiment wai
general tbat it was the duty of every
American cit'wn and of every alien
who rr.jova the hcapitality ot this free
land to cheat folly obey its law.
A BKKTLIH BP1BIT
perviiUa the aouthacHUrn lumber re
pioo tbia morning. At 7 o'clock Twen-tl-sttond
at il the intersecting street!
were l-nd itli avast crowda of nun
and b . vs. Tim decided stand Ukm
at the nimlinu by tin i-t ikera tatur
Uy and vested ty ai d the promaljta
tion of their deter in nation to a' ay out
and compel the ticsMst) fapitalitta
bad forewarned the police, and they
were on hand in force early in the
mornint prepared t optewrve older
and quell any demona ration cf vio
lence tbat might occur. L'eut. liep
pard, itb an extra iqaalol ollioets,
patrolled tbe street and prevented
any large f u'.ber nir, cmpeisng tbe
men and compelling tbem to keep
moving-. He vim a! of tha firms ftarlod
up with amall janes of men, and no
trouble cf any Datura occurred duri' g
first woikinr boura of the day. ll
Adama A Weetlake Manufacturing
Coroptty aod the Union Braia Mati
ufac.uriug Company leiumed opera
tions thia aotning. About one-half
of tbo tegular force, tbe inperintend-
nt (aid, applied lor work and were
told to go to their benches. No
trouble of any kind was experienced.
Those men who are oat to stay did
not attempt any interfer. nee with tbe
men whowlabed to go to work. A
toor of the yards revealed the fact
tbat not to exceed ona-ihird of the
men who were at work Saturday a,
peared at the yards this mcrnlng, bav
in n bean Intimidated bv tbe rumor tbat
tbe yards would Da la ilea ty man
from tbe atock-yaidi and other in-
TBI TAIL HI AMD TAlLOBESaSB
employed by the wholetate clothing
home, and, in fact, a'l the perrons en
gaged in tbe making of ready-made
clothing, numbering 20,000, returned
to wore thia mornint on the baaia of
nine hours' work and ten houra' pay.
At a meetlrgof tbe United Clerks'
Aiaembly ye4erdav, It was it solved
to tend copy of the appeal sent to
retail merchants, f o all tbe prieata and
clergymen in the oily and aak their aid
In Cioaiog store on oonday. Jnly 6th
was chcaan aa tbe date when the early
closing movement will come into
About 100 members of the Grocery
and Butcher Gierke' Association mtt
Kjor.a were received from 8"0 em
ployers who bave consented to elate at
7 p.m , except Saturdays, and at 10
a.m. Sunday. Bonio trouble was found
in tbe rases where a laloon was run in
connection with tbe atore, aa one
could not well be open without the
otbor. The assembly now lists 350 ac
tive membsts Many of the la'ge re
tall establishments bave anticipated
the demand for ahorter hours and are
closing at 5 p.m. daily, In addition to
granting a Saturday half holiday, and
in many instances gianting employes
ft two weeks' summer vaoaticn.
T nh llelw.en lhe Trades
Union and lk MnlKlila l Labor.
Buffalo, N, Y., May 17. The cigar
makers seem to be leading the attack
of the ti a leu anions on the Knights of
Ibor, and at lha coriforencs, which
bepina la Philadelphia on ttie 18th
instant, a general plan will be mspptd
out to be acted on at the apprrachiug
meetirg in Cleveland. A. Ktrasaer,
prva'dent of tin Cigar-Makers' Inter
national llnirn, baa written at'ong
editorial for the May number of the
Cigar Makfri Otfieial Journal fr Jm
which tie following exrt are
taken : The Jounxil of VniU d xihor ot
last month, the oflkial traa of the
Kniahte of Liber, contains an article
relating t) tie geiumLjuutia ' f r rices
furc'gaia adrp'ed uy vtie Kxecutive
lkard of the Knighta cf Labor. In
looking over the scale ot pricsawe
notice that the Knights of Laor aie
eti(Bfd t work from 20 to 50 pr
cerft below the current pricr a enforced
bvtbelrnl aniens under the juris
diction of the International Union.
The attempt to cut down tbe wages of
the cigar-maker i under cover of
'!abor reform" we feel con
strained to denounce as a
Jiicce cf "scab" business of tbe
oweit older. We do not
consider it out of p'ace t) live tbe
Barnes and ooenpattona of the man
who have eumed control over tbe
cigar trade, so that we may convince
the cigar makers ot tbe arrogance of
there interlopers who bave not the
nligBteat knowledge of the cigar trade.
Tbelr names are: T. V. Powderly, mi
cbin ati Frederick Turner, grocer and
I landlord; Jobn W. Have, wholesale
nd rtU l tea dealer: W. 11. Bailey,
i nilnerjT.V. Barrv, sx'e maker.
i The attempt of a faw men to control
! snd regulate all iadustrles baa proved
j to b a ridiculous farce. Italsiprovs
that thera is sometbing rotten in th
j management- of the organlzttion
j known as tbe Krlgbti of Labor,
i .Should the epKial leeiion cf the
j Knights of Labor, to be held in Cleve
j land on May 25tb, fail to remedy there
i criminal blunders we will denounce
I them as the champioaa cf cheap 'abor
j and the advocates ol low wagea in
! fine, aa traitors tt the labor canas.
Vlw of Ik mtnalla."
1 Kaw Yobb, May 17. ' Labot'a View
Jot ths 8it-ttnn" waa tbe anbict of
j the Rev. B. Heber Newton'a lormons
yea'erdsy in All S..U a' Pioteetart
Epieorpal Church. Social anarchy,
lie ssid, may be pretiptiated upon tee
wbole country at any time by greet
strike. It is Huh lime for c pi a ia's
trt consider tr e laboring min i view
of tbe aitaitim. 'To ynu of my
friends," heeoninneW, 'who ae a -.
JLLhI''8, 1 apek. Utop and tbink of
wt-a' the wo kingmai thinks fccf r?
rmtii oa and the wirklrgmap be-
dorged in your op t i 'n. Yon
e e on lh- aide ol iYor oi ly ih i diiti
. tor,al and tyta n ins p iwer It a labor
'N;&&n:sit o a 'e ni g. Eut ro not
me blind- d by y u.r iniligt,atnn.
Vtjtunt f'oa not nonue into a fcrja'
o it a rane. It seen a to
employers of la or
r us an in-
on tbe wbo'e, excellent. Tbat
order has already prevented hnndrr's
of etrikee, and for ita own prrs-irva-lion
will tighten dicr-plinc so as to
stop local aa emlliea from precu i'at-
ing gsnrral conteate. Tha e labor cr-
F'iiiauunB nae coma io rmr "
your attitude, my caninlist frieni's,
toward them largely d- ends tbeir a'-
titaJa toward yen and tari s 'Cf iy.
In timjde seif-preservat!u.i you mos'
est vigorously the dirUtorial arid
tyrannous methods which thi y a- at
present so largelv uaing. To do toia it
may be nedliil for ynu ticombire, as
io so many 1 na of industry yen are
d'ing, but let me O'gc u;on yonti
prjceeU alowly andcau-ioua'y.
The Br wen,' Trsabloa nt alt. Leal
St. Louis, Mo., May 17.-Abont SCO
members r i the nrewera Larx r Ui Ion
met at Central Tu-ntr Hall yeeierdy
afUrnoon to decide what action they
rhoulu tike regarding tbe present cit
ferencB tetwren themaelvea and
their employeis. The conference
conmittee reported that all ec
deavtra to aure concessions frjm
tbe employers had been iruiilew; that
tbe propnetois baa boen caMed upen
andaiked to sign a premise to live up
to the agreemeut mala tome time eg'',
but that every oao bad rtfas'd to d
soalbe ground tt at the brewers
could not ar'. individual y, but rnu t
take only ancli actnn rs ai ared
to by ttie othera. The chairman atntel
tbttthe brewirj bad er.d'avnred lo
bieik up the union by inducing the
men to a go a statement to the t(lt
hat tbey were aa'iBtiei with their
lijurs and pay. but be pointed
to the larvo meeting lelra
bm aa evidence tbat th
union atlll in existence. Some of the
membfrj add that teveral of tie
breweries bad nied intimidation to
obtain the aignatnrea of tbe men ti
the statement referred lo. A reiolu
tion waa patsed condemuing the ac
tio a of tbe brewere who obtained aig
natnrea to there abatements by fraud
or intimidation, and declaring audi
aignatnrea and statement! vjid. An
other rteiluiion calltd upon all work
ing men lo aid them in their flbt.
It is expected that if fu ther effort
leading to aettlemtnt of these difll
ecltiea ehall fail, a general ttnke
iinong the brewers will emus.
CRIMES AfJAIXST WOMEN.
Cewnrdly and Urnlnl Harder In
Hobohest, M. J , and Jolle, 111.
Hon-KSN, N. J., May 17. The dead
brdy of Mra. Mary Collii a waa found
in her bed this mo-nirg. It was par
tiallv drested, The woman's bead
was bound with cloiba which wore
toaked with blood. Htr skull wna
fractured and two deep gathea wt ra
inflicted on the forehead. Tbe floor
of the room and tbe one cbsir in tbe
apartment were spattered with b'ood.
Kverj thing indicated tbat a hard
atrnggle bad taken place. ' Martin
Kelly, a brother cf the dead woman,
was fl rat informed of the murder by
Mr. Collins's to sons, Patrick and
Martin, aged respectively thirteen and
eleven years, who rushed frantically
into the house tbia mornlnr exclaim
ing: '-Mamma fa d-aV Tbey laid
their father bad gone to won and
left tbem all aloae. Kelly accom
panied the boys to tbilr home, and
on entering the bed-room a terrible
light met his eyes. An old wash
tub in one corner of the room was
filled with blotdy clothee, supposed
lo have been worn by the dead wom
an and her husband.
Mrr. Colllna's body lay on the bed,
nreicnting a mo-t hornblo spectacle.
Besides the wounda on ber bead many
bruises were found on her holy. (Some
of these were recently inflicted, but
others were evidently "cf long stand
ing. Collins was arrested in New York,
where he is employed ai a porter, and
brouiht back to Hoboken. lie at
first professed innocence, but when
confiontdd by his children he agieed
to make a alateunnt. The elder o'
the hovs state 1 that hii fpther told
them last n'gbtthatth-ir mother wai
dead, Both Loysare held as wltn8ns.
If nrder aad Nalcdde.
Joiikt, III. May 17. Albert M Her,
a young man of twenty-six, and Mra.
131 ck, a widow cf forty-five, were dit
ovtradin Miller'a r.om ths mrn inp,
ibs woman ad with a bullet througtj
her head and f he ni in dying, be bay
ing been sto tiiiongb the biain.
Their blood aid bta'ns wcrespa'tiei
all over tbe room, ard besl Is Miller
lay a level rer with two empty chain
ters. It is rot known positively
whether the affair was murder or sui
cii'o, but appearancea indicate the Ut
ter. Mih. Black bad bt n hvir a with
Mil'er f ir aouio time. Saehcdben
untried twice, both Luibands dy.ng
Foal niardur at ainebre.
Qui use, May 17. Tbe wifa of Then
dore Charlaud of Levi j waa found dc a 1
in her rraldenca lest night, laving, it
is blicveJ, been brutally and fiuily
murdered, bhe bad been cut and
bruised in several places and one of
hsr ayea bulged from i' a rocket. Her
hiuband, who waa the only person in
tbo house at the time, has been arrest
ed on auapirion. lie atatsa that ha
went to sleep after dinner and unoa
awakening found his wife prostiated
on the floor, deed.
IX PRESIDENT ARTHUR
Constantly browing Worse From
. Naw Yost., May 17. The Time tbls
morning i aye : "Kx-Prealdsnt Aithur's
condition baa been s eadily growing
wcrae during the put week, but be
haa not lelape ed ai far ai to bave loat
all the ground aa'ned during bis un
expected rally if about ten days aso.
Home of the more enthuslaatio of bia
frieuds believed that lha turn for the
better had tome, but, the steady de
cline ainoe tbea hai dimosned this
entbuaiaiui, and there are few, if any,
who now believe that the ex-l'resid m
will ever aain leave bia house alive.
Hud den and nuexpected rallies, fol
lowed by gradual but steady decline?,
are peciiliaiitiea of Mr. Arthur's die
ease well known to pbysiciaoa, and
watched by tbem wit a giave leara.
Tbe dnnger is ever present that tbo
fioisonvd blood of tbe patient will suf
nsethe brain, and when that hew hap
pened the victim of Bnuht'a d eesae
fi' lstlie laat ol his en fT ring. Mr.
Art ur bears his co fiiement pa int
lyaod bravely, and knosi -g, aa ho
does, the lioee-neM of h a nw,
makea ih 1 ibor ef love of bia at'end
ania aa littht a possible he his gintle
neaa and unvarying chm rfu'nsra.
Thr Are a Pew OrocElst
Who otra rnnra t hake a larr-t-mtl o a
wr:hleu artn') than to wa t for tna eror
ritt Itasr oll'ii.ie y rulti I am hnnt
d 1 1 1 ri . TI"- ' lb n-n w o, Khpn
akriir r llnon' .si'tins Pisrxr, win
r.-nnitrnl mm twn ana trhy o ii
tuto or fuittst on. Kftjina it t i'lHt na ROd '
Soiiioti (rev will do ap pri4l tll tiis I
rrnbln Im lsli tt wnlmat rinr. s luwpg
IVin cu tu ner to fu iona ha h Uonni p.
irtl IoIpi I'I.uct ii ra urne.l, ihou
John will s bf m i niixaka: it nol, ha
hiu l. ne a a utrokn ot i utn at ua
i lib i" ar o-ut 01 tl acu m-t John di s I
hi-ilk. Uuy l rri fta In drnjrit a nnlj.
Thapnnlaa Hnon' inir han th,Tnr
hanJa" tra f-iDrk anil tha '! "li oina
Cat ii lha ceoirr.
SIBSCRIPTIOXt TO THE 1T.XD
All tbe riant Complete, and Money
In Hand to t o untence
Washington-, l. C, May ). Tho
heart iiii-KS and enthusiasm with which
thep ojeetof erecti- gin Warihington
a lfotnan Catholic uuive sity baa been
read by Catholics in all section of
the country ia sufficient evidence that
it will become a solid and concrete
fact before very long. Subscriptions
still co' tinue to pour in. Already the
sum in hand fa sufficient to warrant
tbe commencement of bilding. The
major portion of the $l,000, in) which
was to be collected for t e cost and
endowment of the university, is in
hand, and more is still coming. The
committee held a meeting Inst week
in Baltimore, find selected threo of
the ten plans for the building which
had been s nt in by some of the prin
cipal architects of t'e country. It is
i robahle that tho best features of
these threo dcaigna will be incorpora
ted into one w hen a final decision is
made, (iround w ill not be broken for
the erection of tho building until
next spring, but when operations ar
once commenced they w ill lx
ITNIIKO KOHWAM) W1TU KA I'IDITY.
Tnm new institution is to be a uni
versity and not a college. It will be
founded en a similar sy-tcrn to that in
vogue ut Oxford and Cambridge. It is
not proposed to give aprofesttional
education in the university, but the
course will be so modeled that none
but post graduatea and tr;OKo who
bave received their professional edu
cation will be eligible for adm'ssion
It will be the finishing course. In thia
way it will not interfe e in any WBy
with the existing colleges At 11 rut
instruction will be confined to the
three branches of learning -philosophy,
theology and physiolojry-and
will afternrd include law and medi
cine Dr. Chapelle says that "One of
the principal reasons that Washington
was chosen an the
UTS 01' Till UNIVERSITY
was because the students c-uld bore
mix with the superior minds of this
and other cotintiies, anil of tho many
va liable scientific collections and
libraries and the courses of scict title
lect res, etc., which are to be found
here " The question of the internal
management of tho univerrity waa
the Bubject of mcch discussion at the
last meeting of the comtn ttee, some
members favoring the ele tion of a
rector and others imposing it It waa
finally decided to elect one, which waa
accordingly done , It is believed tbat
Archbishop e'nanlding, o' Illinois, was
the man a) honored. Tbe manage
ment of the int-rinr of the university
will bo Interested to the members of a
religious society, with whom arrange
ments are now being made.
Imposing atellarlnaa t'eremoalal mt
Savashah, Ga.. May 19 The Rt.
Rev. Thos. A Becker, formerly bishop
of Wilmington, Dtd , waa installed
bishop of the Roman Catholic r'eu of
ravannah, made vacant hy ttie eleva
tion of Bishop Gross to tbe archbish
opric of Oregon a yenr ago, w th im
posing ceremonies at tbe ualtieu ai ot
Our ljidy of Perpetual Help yester
day. Bishops Northrop of Charleston,
8 C , and Monro of 8t. Augustine.
Fla., Vgr. Quiglcy of Charleston ami
twenty-live p lenta of tho diocese were
present The installation was the
most inipos up religious ceremonial
ever w.tnessed in Savannah.
The Prohibition Klrrtlnn Deelared
Hall aad Void.
looaaasroNDsacs o thi afpsai,.!
Asiii.anh, Miss, May 12. The com
mittee appointed to investigate our
election mntter here on tho whisky
question, reported illegality in the
petition on which the election was
ordered. The repot t was adopted.
The election, consequently, was
declared null and void onsiiavuH.
To all who ara enflerlns from tha arrori and
inilltorationa of youth aarvout waskneaa,
aarly deoay, loaa of manhood, ato., I will
aend a reoii that will euro ynu, FKEE 01
OHAHOB. Thia ret remadi mi diionrer
ad by a mlulonary to South Amartrv Sand
II sildroMx nvaln to tha Ka. Jtarv
T. Isj, Station I: Tnr.
If tho Liver bo
comea torpid, If the
bowels are constipatnl, or If the stomach
falls to perforin its functions roorly,uee
Ayor'e 1'lllt. They are Invaluable.
For some yeara I was a victim to Mver
Complaint, In ronnpiurnre. of whlcb I
aunirvl from Ooncml Uclillltv and Indt
gentlon. A few boxes of Avor'a l'llta
reatured mo to M-rf't health. W. T.
Brlglitney, llemlmnoti, Y. Vu.
For ji-sra I have rolled more upon
Aycr's ruin tlmu anytliltig else, to
my bowels. Thcao Pllla are mild In action,
ami do tlielrwork thui-oiiKlily. 1 hnve ueii
thrill Willi good pfltt't. iu mio of Khou
mntlsm, Kidney Troulile, and Pyapepala.
O. K. Miller,' Attleborotujli, Mum.
Aycr'a rilla'ctired me of Stomach and
I.Ivor troubles, from which I had suffered
for years. I consider them tho bet pills
niado. snd would uot be without them.
Morrla Uatrs, Downs illo, N. Y.
I w-n attacked with Itllloua Fever,
which wina followed ly Jaundice, and waa
ao dangerously III Hint my frlenda do
spnired of niv recoTery. 1 eommeneed
taking Aver'a l'ills. and soon regained my
ciitolnnry strength and vlor. John C;.
1'ntiuwn, Lowell, Kebra-tka.
m1 aiiring 1 luO'ercd grently from a
troublesome humor on niv side. In uplta
of every effort lo cure this eruption, It ln-creaard-
until the flesh Ucame entirely
raw. 1 was troubled, at the same time,
with Indigestion, and diatrcssing puaua In
j The Bowels.
By tha aslvlce of a friend 1 began taking
Aver'a 1'ilU. In a Miorl time 1 wu frvo
fmm paiu, my food digested properly, the
ores on my body eoimnetiecd ticnlinir,
and. In less tlmn one mouth, I was cured.
Samuel IK While, AUuta, Oa.
I have long used Aver'a Pills. In my
family, and believe them to 1m the Kent
pillt mudc 8. C. Harden, DtirdcD, Mla.
My wifo and little girl were taken with
tiyw ntery a few dayi nico. and I at one
l".'an giving them small dosca of Aver'a
I'llli. thiiikinrr I would cull a dix tor if lh
diiK-a-.e txvnme any worse. In a otiort
time the bhhHlv dixchiirvca Ktoixd, nil
pnln went sway, mid lieallli ni n'stonnl.
Tbcodcro t'liiig, mehtnond. Va.
frr).r,-d by Ir. .T. C. Ayrr Co.. I.owrll, MM.
Bold by all Uealera In MmtU-lii.
RO's I -- IIITIKK HI.
.tnrd to prfec health Vr. . ()r,
e-irner Vno nd w slmil in t , Vrmpiis,
Tcno., whf n bo h-.1 ehilln .nd f ver a: d
o stall i"1. co ll i hrlly fi k. fcha aa
tiroly r. (iud bar i.raDflh,
THE Arm of SPEFD k PHILLIPS i thia day diFHolred by natnal eonient. Tha old
firm of JOHN K. faPKI A CO. will contiau tba buiinaaa at the esme plaea. No. 03
Front atreet. JON K. hPKFD.
Memhia, Tana.. May , 1886. J. M. I'UILLIPii.
rN retirinc from tba firm of SPIED A PHILLIPS, I command tba meeewom of tho old
L firm lo tha food will of my frenda. J. H. PlllLLIPa.
CHANGE OF FIRM.
TUB firm of SPEED A PHILLIPS hariri thia day been dinolvet by mutual content, we
olicit their and our iieod for a eontinuanoe o' ptrone, suaranteaing that all
buainenemtruKted to u anall he m o.relully looked aftor ai bertofnre. .
Mnrhl. Tns.. Mht S. 1SHH. JOHN K. SPEED CO.
P. S. ALajTOH,
ALSTON, CROWELL & GO.
And Commission Merchant. Hay, Corn Oats, H."T3, Chop Feofl, Oil-Meal,
Linn , Cement, Piaster, Uuildiug and Fire Brick, Etc.
Cor. Front and Union, 1 Howard's Rovy. Memphis.
J. T. FARQASON. J. A. HUNT. C. C. HEIS. R. A. PARKER. E. L. WOODSOV
J. T. FARGASON 4 GO.
Wholesale Grocers & Cotton Factory
Stir Trnnt Stroot, Mempliia, Ten a.
Cotton eonaignad U ui will bava onr careful attention. Va carry at all tlmei wall-
aeleoted itock 01
Staple & Fancy Groceries, Winss, Liquorsjobacco & Ci.&ri,
And will sell as Inw a the I-oweal.
NAPOLEON HILL, President.
11. J. LYJiX,
nRtMwlivM I laTT litt II II nvt
tmm u n a mii
DOES A OKXEBAL FIBE AID aUUIl BVBUBH.
A QUARTER OFAMILUON'DOLLARS FULL PAID CAPITAL
H. FUR8TKNHKIM, WM. I. COLE, JAMES RBILLY
o. HAKbiriaiuu, v. js. mi
Olllce 19 MadUon Street, 31 emphls, Tenn
THE LIVERKORE FOUNDRY AND MACHINE COMPANY
FOUNDRY & MACHINE DKl"T,lGOto 174 Adams St, Memphis
aw-nills. rfT ,
taenrrni SBKT . - - ,. - -
Kopalrs. J.?t.?Z- iiha)ir
IKON & RAILWAY SUPPLY DEP'T, 22G and 228 Second St.
ISurceMors in thia lepartrnent to JOHN MANOQUE.)
narWriU for Information on ANY XUlNii In either line.
J. N. DAT, , H. ROHTOV, J. W. BII.Kf.
Lata of J. H. Day it Son. Lata of Mencaam A llorton. Lata of Bailey Covlngtol
GROCERS & COTTON FACTORS,
3G0-362 Front St., Memphis, Tenn.
LUMBER YARB I
BrinHey Car Worts Mannfact'ttCo
llrlukley, Ark Naannictnreni f
YELLOW PINE AND OAK LUMBER.
AND DEALERS IH
Doors, Sash, Bllua, Dreaded Floorlnir, Olllna-, Weather-Boarding
typretw KhlnKles, la(ba, Etc.
rOar faallttlee ara aniarpaaaed by any fawmlll in tha South (or 01. Inr orders promptly,
t'loorina, Ceilint, Sidini, btep Lamber and Crpraaa Bhinalaa a ipeelaltYt alio, Framlaa
Lumber of all dimanaioai. We msks the Wholesale Buiinaaa a ipeoial feature. Order.
lolloltad and promptly tiled.
OUO. BAYJIILiLEIt, AODKT,
yo.'124 JeflforsoTi Street MoTnPhi". Tennemwe
L. 0. MULLlNS.ol lauj. R.o4wln ACo. JAB. YONUK, lauol J. W. Caldarell 0
MULLINS & TONQE,
Cotton Factors&Commission Merchants
No. 1 Howard's Row, (lor. Front and Union. Memphis
A.MORKW K1EWAKT, New Orlemna.
Wholesale Grocers, Cot, Factor?
no. ana ani nas fuont ntkekt, siiisspnis,TEW5i
STEWART BROTHERS & COHPAM
FACTOKS AND C0MK1SNI0N MKKCHANT8,
nyw QHipitii. mrtuHvi.
Oils &y JSTtxcrcxl. S"toxojsi
Oflice, 349 Front Street, flemphia, Tenn.
II. II. HACBT.
Yf. N. W1LKEBS0N, TlcPresllei
W. D. BKIUBLL.
- - - , . I ' . ts
AMPKKW U.UWYKNK, Mam
1 i CO..
tiarwin pay Good Prices for MOTKS, UVl FALLS said
TRASHY CUrrO. of all deatcriptiouM. heud lor circular
and Prices Paid.
7S VBTioft Street. Wynphiw. Tenn.
M. 0. PEARCB.
Cotton Factors & Commission Merch'ts,
No. 278 FRONT STREET, MEMPHIS. TENN.
HILL, FONTAINE & GO,
Cotton Factors and Wholesala Grocers
Ifront HU9 Memphis. Tnu.
ILL, FONTAINE &
Cotton Factors. Commission Merchants,
Wo. HO Sonth TiTaln fit., Rt. Lonii-
A. YACCARO & Co
WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS,
T(T. VffT CTJfltfT gTTr'PT'T KTCVf T VJT
A. GAGE & CO.
STo. SOP Front Street, ; MempliU. Tf na.
WOODLAWN is located within four mllei of Conrt Square, Memphlj, and eontatna MO
aorea 200 aorea in trail, all nndar food fence; baa larte aublea, rood ebade and ruonlne
water all tha year round, and will ba devoted entirely to pasturing and iellioe; stock ef eery
variety. I am now prepared to receive and aell on eommiuioa all kinds ot blooded ana
Eradea Stock, llories, Cattle, Sheep, Hon, Poultry, ate. Those havinc itock far ile I aha 11
a (lad to eorretpond with them. Xhoae who desire to purchase, I will endeavor to obtain
wbat they require. Tbe following Btalliona will stand the aeaaon at Woodlawn:
ta A Bit A WAT Dark brown stallion. IS hand! hit h, by Enquirer, dam Rurica by Hurlo.
Harkaway won treat Poat SUket, bU l.ouie, 1878, 2 mile heata, n 8:38 and 3:3S. and thav
following day won tha Oarnaan Cap, mil heaU, in 1 :13 and 1 Ia horee of flne ityla
and sure foal- getter.l Fee, 120. .
HOITOJ1-By Triton (own brother to Trinket 2:14), dam Hist Butler, dam of Mao4
Butler t breeder's oertilleata, 2:m, aa 8 yeara old. Uolton ia rich blood bay, 3 years eld,
1A.S hiah, level taited, and promiiea treat apeed. PecllS.
KOllKBr BatDt)B Bruoeiia dark bay trottint and paetnt aUUlon, winner of First
Prlie at Kerrvllle, ltH hands hlih, lired by Bay Diet, ha by Leilnrton. foe, tli).
BLACK. PBlnCa-Retistered A. I. 0. C. Jeney Bull. Fee, (2 60.
FOR BALK One yonnt Jersey Ball. Peacocks, 110 per pair; Greyhound Pupa, 110 each 1
Newfoundland Pupa, 110 eaoht Black Breaswd Red Gauie Bin, 12 per doaen.
Dr. 0. D. SMITH, Veterinary Burgeon, can be conmlted at Woodlawn. City Ataata, JAM
JAY SMITH k CO., 284 Front. Addreti all letters ......
JOAKPH BIiKsiKT.tM Frnt street Momnhls. Tanr.
NAPOLKON HILL, MICHAEL GAVIN,
LOUIS HANAUER, TUOMAS BOYI.E,
LAZARUS LEVY. T. U. MILBURN,
ANUKKW RENKKRT, BOL COLEMAN,
JAMBS S. ROBINSON. WM. KATZENBERQER,
-Depoaita received la lumi of 91 and upward, and interest allowed on leme Semi
annually. aw We buy and sell local Investment Bonda and Securities tenerally, pay taxes, actaa
truatees, and, in general, eieoute any financial buiiness requirint a aaio audreeponilbla
agent. ar We iriue drafts, in lomi to init pnrchaiera, on all parts of Europe.
v-Wa have a commodious Vault for tha deposit 01 valuable!, whioh la at the service of '
onr euatomera, Vrtm of Charge.
D. P. HIDDEN, President. EWI). GOLDSMITH, Vice-President
JAMES HATHA!!. fahipr.
Cotton Factors. Wholesale Grocers,
No. 11 Union Street, s : l&emilii. Tenn.
a. nni'muMwmi, rv im jam jswmr tfi SWNn
8atece8sora to PORTER. TATLOB CO
jro. ton rwowT strbft. wrv-NrvT.
TMM1JTDAL Li E CO.
RIt'UARD A.:McCUBDYe ; i i t i President.
ASSETS, : : : : : : 109,000,000
Barronaer TaIae.Indorce1 an PoMclew. to:rrfellnr.a.CheBna
In lha World.
.XaXI3C. JBin.aiijjB. 3VC.X.. I I I Examiner.
JNO. F. WlliKEESON, Agent,
"So. 3 Cotton KohnR Bnlldlng. IHVmphi.
KELLY, ROPER t IlEILLY,
Grocers & Cotton Factors,
TVaa. SOS wfnln Street. am Blaarte.
LARGEST BREWERY LNT AMERICA.
Jos. Sciilitz Brewing GompariV,
aVTirTTrTO TIT! A aJtll I OSIiw sn4 ttbtfliaar Warli.. at I Calan
JlliiAll IllO liUAil Vila ( llrpol aod r.li,.ni, cr.Iala a iaolu a
S. POESCHLR. Agent, llemtihiB, Tenn.
k.M tn ISM. Sa,00a KttrrrlK "ll r MtiniBhls Brancat, 100,00 Keca .
bsu SaifW In IMS. a50,OOfl liarrsla.
J0H5 L. WcCLELLAN.
J. O. HANDWERKKR..
DAVID P. HADDKN,
UAMKS A. OMBKR'J,
. W. WABAE.