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THE CHICAGO LUMBER STRIKE
AT IS ESB,
Tke Cami f tha Antrcklsts Before
Ibe Grand Jtry Tke Labor
Chicago, III., Mjjt 19 After a
fortnights straggle the etrike of the
plauing-mill employee here for elgbt
hoar' work at tea hours' per Ess
come ts ea end. The men yetttrdsy
formally asked to be taken back at the
old term, ttipalating only tbat their
wages be paid weekly. This wai
agreed to. The mill owners declare
they will discharge no one to make
places for the strikers.
THE KIOT GUI.
Inspector Bonfield received yenter-
- day from the manufacturers in Con
necticut what is called a "mot una,"
for use of the city police. It is a center-fire
weapon, with a spring needle,
and sboDts six times without reload
ing. Its six (bells ech hold nine
buck-shot, and is a little larger than a
' twenty-two caliber. It opea'es rap
idly, and is said to be very effective in
scattering a crowd.
THI ANARCHISTS' TBIAU.
The grand jury took up the hfariog
of the cases of the Anarchists this
morning. The first thing done wis
the reeding to the jury the testimony
which was taken at the inquests held
on the remains of Officers Millar, Fla
vin, fleddio, Degan, Sheehan and Br
retr, who died fiom the effect of
wounds received in the hay market
riot, After this witnesses tD the trag-
edy were beard.
The strike in the southwestern lum
ber districts has apparently collapsed.
All the yards are working to-day with
all the men wh m tboy cm pi o vide
work for. All the i laijing-mills have
also resumed, and the metal-working
establishments report increased forces
of men at work to day. The only fac
tories now idle ere the furniture
shop, and several of these have sue
ceeued in resuming on the ten-hoar
rtlneBsslagr Assarrety at Hi. Loalo.
St. Louis, Mo., May 19. The d scne
aion of anarchism in 8t. Louis and the
moet effective means of preventirg its
spread occupied the attention cf the
Police Board yesterday at their regulir
msetiDg. It was stated by a member
of the board tbat the police bad never
attempted to disperse meetings of An
archists, although tbey knew tbat their
incenditry speeches at such times
were violations of the law ; tbat the
District Attorney bad refused to bring
the matter before the giand jury; tbat
Justices had refused to issue warrants
or their anesta.
In view of these facta the board
-adopted a resolution instructing the
Chief of Police to disperse all unlawful
Assemblies of Anarchists in which re
sistance of the law is advocated, and
arrest any and all vichtiog the law by
uttering incendiary speecaes or incit
ing 10 now
Will Give tb Silgbt-Hoar System
a-Ala- I rial.
Sr. Louis, Mo' , May 19. The farni
ture manufacturing companies in this
city on the 1st ot May lejoivsd, in or
der to avoid a strike among their em
ployes', to give the eight hour system
a fair tria , and if it should be found
tbat their busness could be conducted
profl'ab'y upon that plan to continue
it indefinitely, but if the contrary
should result (o return to tbe old
plan. Representatives of ell the fac
tories held a mettmg last nigbt, end,
in view of the fact ttat in other cities
tbe majority of the factories were
worsting ten hours, and tnat it would
be impossible for the employers here
to compete with them on the basis of
an eight-hoar day, it was resolved to
return to tbe old plan after tbe 20th
instant, and to lock out all employes
who should refute to work on tn&t
The s'riklng employes of tbe South
era Btrb Wire Company held a meet
ing yesterday and re olved to return
to work on the p an ol ten hour. The
president of tbe company refused to
receive them back unless they should
promise to make np duri. g tbe week
all lost time by tbe strike. The prom
ise was given, and tc-dey the company
Nhaross Iron-Hark Besoming-.
Shabon, Pa., May 19. Tbe Sharon
Iron Company's wo ks at this place
were lighted last night, after an idle
ness of nearly ote year, and are run
ning full blast. Indications point to a
steady run. Every furnace in Sharon
is now in blast.
The Coal-Mlnera' Caaventloa at St.
St. Loois, Mo., May 19. The ad
vance guard of coal miner- wbo are to
organize a National District Assembly
f ot tbe Knights ot Labor, in this city
this week, have arrived in St Louis
from various points in the Moncnga
hela and Hocking Valley districts, and
'. many more will have arrived to mor
row, when an attempt at organization
will be made. The convention was
called by a circular sent sent among
the 60,000 enal miners in the United
States, and if it sha 1 bs generally re
sponded to this w 11 be the first sue--ceesfol
uatioufcl convention of mlneia
. Delega John F. Pol pot ton of Shaw
nee said last night tbat there are al
ready 15.0C0 Knights of Labor among
the miners, and the object of the con
vention is to swell trie number as
much as possible and then make de
mands npon their employers for the
redress of a large number of griev
ances, among which ate mentioned:
Tbe "pluck-me" system, which forces
the miner to trade at the company's
store tir be discharged; the light
weight practice, by which the miners
say they are cheated out of a quarter
of wbat they really earn; tbe pooling
-of operators to keep the price of coal
np and wages down.
The mlnsrs will also demand shorter
. hours and better pay. and after they
shall have become well organised as a
district assembly of the Knights of
Labor, a general s'rike will ensne un
lets tbelr grievances are righted and
their demands granted.
Decided ta Ead tka Looaaut.
. Nxwaex, N. J., May 19. Twenty
-one firms, comprising the Newark
Far Hat Manufacturers Awocia'Jen,
who locked out the makers on tbe 1st
instant, decided to rnd the lockout to
day, and notified the men to return to
Tke Beading Cigrar-Hakera' Striata.
Reading, Pa , May 19. So far
twelve manufacturer' whore cigar
makers struck, have signed ths sched
ule of tbe union and are working at
the advanced figures. Nine of the
city factories were able to resume
with non-union hands. Glazer A
frame, who emp'oy 200 men, en
deavored to start in with non-union
employes, but have transferred all
contracts for cisare and closed indcfi
nateiy. Tbey 'oatrol thiriefn coan-
U7 u ciories, au ol wnicn are in rati
operation with non-union hands.
Over 700 persons are still idle on ac
count ol the strike.
Tailor Strike at Itttakar1.
PmsBaeo, Pa., May lfc The tailoia
in an ot the establishments of the
city are ont to da for an advance in
wages. A large number of the smaller
nrma have signed the scsle, and tbe
striker j expect a general concession be
fore the end of the week. About 700
men are idle.
laaCambmrlaa Caal titrlka.
Cdmbkblamd. Md , May 19.4-All tbe
coal mines in the Cumberland region
weierepres nted at a de'egatV meet
ing held yesterday at Lonacooirg The
question oi rooming work at tbe old
rate ot 40 ceo s dt ton was d s.usseri
and finally pat to a vote. Tbe retult
was thirty-two for resumption and
thirty-one against it. Tbe itrike was
thereupon declared off. and the men
will commence work at once.
Refaeed la t'aaapreaalaa.
Boston, MAS.,May 19 The Master
Builder' A-siciatloa has issued a
manifesto refusing to meet the offer ef
tbe striking tradesmen to compromise
on a nine hoars' basis, and user ing a
determinst on to stind firm for the
principle of non-interference with the
affairs of contractors on the part of
sny la Dor anion.
The ClnciaaaM Bare aad Lock Mem
Cincinnati, O., May 19. All the
sife and lock workers have .returned
to wcrk to day npon terms which are
a compromite of what was desired. It
amounts to nearly 10 per cent, ad
vance to the workmen. The furniture
men irs the only ones now holding
out mime numbers. Borne oltbem
are returning. Tbe planing-mill men
who have s' ruck era not numerous.
Refused to Find True Bills.
St. Louis, Mo., May 19. The grand
jury at Belleville, in., to-day returned
their report to the Circuit Court, after
having refined to find true bills
aga nst tbe deputy sheriffs who fired
upon a mob in East St. Louis during
tbe recent railroad etrike and killed
six of tbe'r number. An order wag
made fir their release and ihey da
parted lot their homes. It is said that
the jury stood fifteen for no indict
ment, wh'le eight favored the r in
dictment cn tbe charge of man
slaughter. FHI6UTFUL HOLOCAUST.
Dwelling Honae Bnrued With a Loss
of four Live.
Akbow, 0.,May 19. The little home
of M s Mary Mooney, a widow, situ
aUd about three miles north of Akron,
burned to trie ground Bhor.ly before
last midn'g't, and fonr of Mrs.
Moaney's children, the e'dest twe ve
and tbe youngest four, perished in the
flames. Mrs. Mooney awoke in tbe
night ti fiad herself choking with
smoke and, snatching up ber baby of
two years, t 'ld tbe other little ones,
who were almost stifled, to follow ber.
Mrs. Mooney eprang out of the win
dow with the baby in hr arms and
landed almost unhurt, tbe baby aleo
receiving but slight ii juries. Laurence
Mooney, aged s'xty, biother-in-law of
Mrs. Mooney, was awakened bv the
c ii'd'en's outcry and ruehed out of
the house only to be told by the fran
tic mother tbat her four Utile ones
were still in tbe burning building.
Both mo her and ancle rushed Into the
fl mes tin eater t'me, but were beaten
back, Mr. Mooney at length falling
txbauBted and terribly blistered,
while tbe flesh on his hands bung in
s'Jieia. It took but few moments
longer for tbe crackling fl. mes to con
sume the little building, and this
morning charred bits ot flesh end
larger bones i f the bodies of the four
lit le ones were found in the ruins.
Lawrence Mooney's injuries may
prove fatal, and Mrs. Meom?y and her
two grown daughters, living in this
city, are wild with grief. Tbe 1900 in
euranca and the lit.le patch of ground
is all that isieftto the atricken mother.
Tbe fire caught f .om an overheated
Ai Important Stwlatnn by Chief
Charliston, 8. C, May 19. In the
United States Circuit Court yesterday
Chief Justice Waite rendered a de
cision touching future delivery of
cotton contracts, as assets subject to
creditors liens. The decision was
male in the ca e of the Planters and
Merchants Bank of Charlotte, N. C.
et al., against J. M. Ivy & Co , and
William BLck, et. al., against H. A.
D. Neil.y, et al. It was held tbat all
claims upon contra ts for future de
livery of cotton made by J. M. Ivy in
his life time and which did not ma
ture until after his death, were prov
able against the estate in the bonds of
the assignee and event of the creditors,
and entitled to a dividend pro rata
with unsecured debts to the amount
of loss actually sustained by the seller,
provided he hadr.n hand and was the
actual ' owner of the quantity and
quality of cotton he had bound him
self to deliver at the time fixed for
Ta Digest Vulcanite,
Requires acids mora ootcnt than tha anlvant
juices of tha human itoma-h. And yat, in
ina lorm ot madiems intended to ralorm tbe
Terr evil they acrrarata, to-wit., d?iepnia,
solida and fluidi, iriaeoncilaHe tn their con
titnenta that hava no chemical afflnitjrone
wiih tha other, ar Introduced into ii. Are
thaa ao called remediee mora dicutibla
than rul. a ibf- Potitirely no I llontet
tar'a Stomach Bitlera, on the other hand, a
simple medicine, harmonioni in its compo
sition and readily animllable, ia actire, and
prodooea marked aa wall aa speedily aiipre
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trne aenie, because it harmoniaes and in
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confers, is a thorough repair of the damage
Inflicted on tha stomach by ill-orWen rema
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Incendiary Fires at Utile Bock.
Sr. Louts Mo , May 19. A special
from Little Bock, Ark., says that the
fire department of that city were kept
busy during tbe early honrs of yester
day morning extinguishing incendiary
fires, four of which occurred in dif
fer nt parts of the city at the same
time. The fires occurred in remote
parts rf the city, and three of them in
vacant houses, the fourth being in a
private residence. All were ex
tinguished without serious loss. It is
supposed that the fires a were lighted
in order to draw the citizens thither
from their dwellings, thus offering a
chance for the miscreants to add w
the cirve of ine ndiarism robbery.
They failed of their object, however,
owing to the prompt and effective
work ot the tire department.
Bennllty Toer mo.
Finish the walls and ceilings with
Alabastine. Too can do it; inex
pensive: try it White and twelve
tints. Cheaper and better than paint
kalsomine or paper. Disinfects ana
prevents diseases. Beautiful sample
card free. By druggists, hardware
and paint dealers. $.t50 given away.
S. lUJiSFIgliD k CO.. Memphis.
THE THREATENED BLUFF.
WHAT MUST BE DOSE TO PEO
Siggestieai by Capt. Leach of the
U. &. Engineers That Spr
Dike Will Do It,
To ths Bditors of tha Appeal
I hsve read with much interest vonr
report of t'is moroing headed 'Gob
bling the Bluffs." You do not exag
gerate the g'avitycf the situation, as
i nave oaa trie same opinion ler sev
eral yea s, for doing bueicess at one of
tne txposed points I have nereanly
been a tlcve observer of the changes
going on at the river front ol the citv.
These changes are the result of tbe r'-
vetxent work nlatred in Hone field
bend to KVirt a threatened cot -off
thiouah Four-Mile Bayou, which
would bave left Memphis on a lake.
Theobjottof tbe River Commiseion
was to s op tbe caving in at Uoreti-!d
bend and make the current cut Hope
fie d point away, and by reveting tbe
barber of Memphis from the mouth of
Wolf to the foot of Beale street caue e
the current to strike the Tenneeo
shore below the harbor, the toutbera
l'tmt of which is B ale street In this
the Biver Commission has been emi
nently successful; bat the ea'n of
Noith Memphis is the lots offc'outh
Memph's unit as imme d-ats eteps are
taken to avert it In 1SS4 the cur
rent s ruck ths Tennesees fide jrut
above tbe month of Wolf river, but
the cutting away of Ilorefield p.int
about 1200 feet, and tbe head
of the bar over 200 fet has caused the
current to strike the Tennessee tide st
Beale street ai d below. As liopetield
point mast continue tocutaway Sou h
Memphis is inevitably oblired to
lose a great deal of property by cav
ing, as it v i 1 be directly exposed to
tbe currer t. If not checked it will
cave into Teonetsse street at the foot
of Pontotoc and into .Shelby ttreet at
butler, pessibly Trezevant street. The
blu 8 of Memph:s has so far stood
belter thanicy other cn the livar fcr
the reason that it has not been no
fully exposed to the force of the cur
rent Tbat condition ro longer ex
ists, for which ressjn I believe the
caving will be much greater hereafter,
provided property owners and others
interested take no steps to aveit it.
At tixtv to seventy feet below the
crest of the bluff ttere is a strata of
sand of an average thickcesi of forty-
two teet, es shown in the deep well
borings. This strata yields readily to
tbe current and the superincumbent
bluff breaks and caves into the river.
lean only a ccunt for the apathy of
outh Memph's property owners aa
tegards tbe danger tbey are threat
ened with to the belief that they
thought those in tbe river front, while
protecting themselves, would neces
sarily protect tbem. In this tbey will
nud tnem eives mistaken, as tbe in
vestments and property immedia'elv
ex poeed are worth nothing like the
cost necessary to protect it. Nor can
property owners rely on tbe railroad
companies owning tricks in Ten
nessee street. As the Belt Line project
end a union depct is engaciog atten
tion, in an inteiview with Mr. K. T.
Wilson Isst ween, be s'aied that while
the connection of h!s road in Tennes
see street was valuable he bad no idea
of undertaking to tackle tbe Mil sis-
si ppi river clone, and would go around
the cry aa he did at Vicksburg and
abandon Tennesiee street.
By united effort of properly owners
west of Shelby ttreet the railroad
compin es will no doubt co-operate
gi ving subatan rial aid. At my r. g uest
Capt. Loeb, .United States engineer,
unofficially made a plan, which 1 be
lieve will be successful. Ills plan,
subftiLtiilly is not revetment, which
would necessitate the eloping the bluff
off and remove its weight. He rec
ommends the spur dike plan, which
would involve eome loss of tbe bluff
by s oping so as to give a firm anchor
to the shore end of tbe dikes and pre
vent caving in their rear;
the first dike to be placed just below
Beale street, 200 feet wide, and to be
extended to deep water; the dikes to
be successive layers of mattiess work,
covered with stone sufficient to sink
and keep the work in position; dikes
to be placed at interva a of 300 to 400
feet apart to as far snath as tbe fcot cf
Trzevnt street Tnese dikes would
throw the current away from the bluff
and the deposit between the dikes
would evidently fill up and support
the line of bluff and prevent caving.
The estimated cost of the dike plan
is S25 per lineal river front foot, which
if extended to Trezevant s reet, say
200 feet, is & total of $55,000. Property-owners
in South Memphis have
an equitable right to demand of Con
gress sufficient money to pro'ect their
propei t'v, for had it not been for the
successful tffo-t of tbe River Commis
sion to arrest the threatened cut off in
Hopsfield bend and tke revetment
work done in North Memphis all the
E roper ty in South Memph's would
ave been free of danger. As the case
now stands, much valuable property
has already been lost, and much more
w II be within tbe next twelve months.
Nothing can be expected from tbe
city or county government, as the
tcope of their duty extends only to the
collection of taxes. Respect ullv,
W. P. PROUDFIT.
THE CA5AD14N CABDISAL,.
Archblahop Taschercaa's Fraaio
ilea ta the Uardlnnlate Con. '
S rated. '
Quihec, May 19. Tbe official an
nouncement was received last night
from Rme confirming Archbishop
Tascberean's election to the cardinal
ate. Tbe news was received with de
light by the Catholics oi Quebec, who
gave vent to their feelings by illumin
ating their residences, displaying
banting and holding special services
in tbe various Roman Catholic
churches. Dnriog the evening tbe
Pontifical Z maves called npon Lis
eminence and presented him with sh
address of congratulation, , i Grand
pyrotechnic displays were given by
different citizens. The beretta ia not
expsctedto arrive until Jane 10th,
when grand festivities will take place.
Cardinal Taachereau bai sent out a
circular letter promulgating the deci
sion of bis holiness Pope' Leo XI IL
fcrbidding the use of all spirituous
and fermented liquors at btzars, and
also forbidding the holding of bazars
whbob's compound or
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the ease o eladr rbeaawUe radiuua. and a ebreae eaSerar In tha 1 wh aad sasa eil law
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IZZtZTZZ: A. A. MELLIER,
Old Sfaiul, No. 0
Fulmer.Thoraton & Go
Cotton Factors, Vholesale Grocers,
"Wo. HOO Front is.rs.. t VTamliiH. IVnn.
t IA I Jllf
Crab Orchard water
VIUUUI VIIUIU B S UIWI
(Tcnnlne Crab Orchard Salr tn aesled Mcltaga
CABOCHRO TS CO.. Prop'ra. siaim . jar. a'gi iniiia ar.
SLEDGE BKOS., of Como, Miss.
Jin. Bffr. TVvnt St rsf
NAPOLEON HILL, PresldenU
11. j. liiSii, uasuiei.
asr a a m a a T-S
UN Amis hin I Iitt llinn 1 1 1 1 nw
DOER A GENERAL FIBS
A QUARTER OF A MILLION'DOLLARS FULL PAID CAPITAL
H. FUR8TKNHIIM, WM. I. CdLR.
B. MAN8V1ELD. D. K.
4fllce 19 M a4lUoii street, MemphlN, Tenn
THE LIVERMORE FOUNDRY AND MACHINE COMPANY
FOUNDRY & MACHINE DEl"T,l(Otol74 Adams SUMemphlr.
ca.ii.sr-, i 7k
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BON & RAILWAY SUPPLY DEPT, 22 and 228 Second tit
tRuiroeiaora In this (apartment to JOTIN M AN0QUE.)
gverWrlte ns lor Information on ANY Til INU In either line.
ANDREW STEWART, New Orleans,
STFinBT aww ,? nn
U I Ullllll I
NO. 8S6 AND 80S FRONT 8TBEET, MKMP1I1S, TNHW
STEVART BROTHECS & C0UPAIJT
COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
WlOW ORI.E4IVH. TiOITTNTAIVA.
A book of 1110 pages.
1 lie best book tor
anadve. tiser tooon-
ult, be be expert
inied or otherwlre.
t mintairi. li.te At
vertislng. The advertiser who wanlf to spend
one dollar, finds in it tne Information h re
nuiras, while lor him who wil invest one
hin drad thousand dollars In advertising, a
.rueiue i.i huid.wu " . . u - - - -
e7ery requl cment, or can be made to do ao
.-i I.. - 1 . . .1 u.k will in am I hi.
r sllgnt onanget eaaiij arrivou iim wn
i..nn,f.M iin. hnnrfr.d and fiftv-three
aditiona have been issued. Sent, postpaid,
anj alresamr ten cenis. i'i'iv 10 'if'.
.ntnu-iY L ri . UUWUU1DVU lh.
r. nvnubu ' ' ' . . i.'. ... ... ...
VERTISINli BUREATJ.lOHprnoest. (Print-
Honse cuiuare . imiw ior.
nHMi. iiiueiru a ueiaiug irw
nnnin .T.r prltito.1. now reanv.
repnMMinui over ner, vr,a
S.nal Btrlwot Olfloe a Library
Desks, Tables, Goalrs,
Book Cases, lounges.
Ladies' Fancy Desks, As
naert Ooed. and lowaaS
RAKD HOTEL, ALUM HPBIRSJN,
U LL.il H 7 Ul.k n I.
Virginia mountains. Picturesque surroand
ings.axtensiveand beautiiull shaded lawn.
Uas, eleetrla bells, and all modern improve-
anrs. 1 wo Qeiij an' us, posw leiegrapa
nrasa nfflnas on l he premises, fable tbe
verr best. Laxurioaslv furnished rooms)
lerb band of sausie. nana lor uiasireiea
.miikut. nh.r.as moderate. Open for vis
itors, June 15tb. YaUn: Ahim, ChalvbtaU
tnnimr. K. T. ll.Mn'ill.ll ST.
HIS, young or old,
find tha K lee trie
.Shield and Husiienao
ry cure every stage ol
Weakness of th Vid
ua s, ttexual bysum,
Varlooi'e e and lost or
Money refunded 11
not aa represented.
Prise A and onward.
Pamphlet free. All
ordr-rs most be sent to Aaaarliuaa Unlrmm
la Ca , 70S atraawiwas'. Maw Yark, as
m ajow nrwnmmt mmw . mvw " r " , a.
nrWsurs offices are el layonilnjS.
nROWSH IBOM BITTSRM Sr..
stored tn health and energy Mr. E. M.
Avery, lo. 39 Madison street, Memphis,
Tenn., after an attack of malarial fever
which left him so feeble that ha waa oonfined
to h is bed
A Valuable Patent.
Daaaj'n (flai-aa) ( or aad Pra Vlas-
HAVING perfeoted my Invention, I wtrh
o nlaea it before tha onbltfl. aspeoially
m-rnfaolurers. Aa a Corn Planter, it is a
perteet snoeeea opens the drill, distributed
tha seed accurately, nniniured, and eoveid
tha same, thereby on man performing the
work of three. The? have been used ia
this section for over a doicn years with per
teet satisfaction. Can give responsible teaU'
JVHX a. VANt'X.DanoyTlllo,
llaTWQcd ooonty, Tana,
ii.nliw ease. T. V. TUA1MR. SS. Bl
Sole PropV, WEXtSXE."
EACH AM Jt HORTO.1)
Union St., Momphis.
A Remcdrfnrall risea.crtheMTteallS.
SJon.llpnlUa. I to S teaepoutilnls.
at UMih.rjArf. Nn giiutnit aalts wild In bulk,
F. H. K0RFLEET, Resident Partner.
TvToTWTtTvIsi Tti seMst)
W. N. V ILK EKSON, Tlca-Presl Jen
s r n
AMD A ARISE BirRIHEM.
JLHDRKW D. GWYNNE, Mem
lllllls A UUI
T7x aooo nu'UBiT.
RICB PARK ANIs OAKLAlin-On
the crest nf the A:lghnios, within the
fnmmis (ilade beori n, direotlv on the line of
Ihe B.and (I. NoH'ageHi es or 'llus Trans
fers All Limited Kxnress Trains Ktop.
With the new and unparal ed fust -rhed-u'e
on the llaltniiore and Uhio Railroad,
these lovely twin rosorta are heynnd all coin-
.arison ine mosi auvaniegeousiy lurauiu.
h as to trnin rervlce and surroundings, ol
any east of the Kockies.
k-ai p-n. Jatso 9.1l. No Files.
No Mosotiiloes. NnllsyFrver No Malaria.
Deer Park and Oakland, the one being but
six miles distant Irorn the niher with the
mosteharming drives connecting them will
be under the mana. anient of Mr. W. J.
WALKER, who, In h a three seasons' man
agement, has made many enthuiatic friends
ol tha glorious resort" All communications
should he addressed to W. J. Walker, Queen
Oity Ilelel, Cuiuber and, Md , np to June
15th. Alter that dale, eitler Lleer Park or
KVrE&-rti0, TS and t0 per menth, ao
eording to locations.
Tha B. and O, Company has spared nn ex
pense In rendering leer Park and Oakland
the Lading Moan aln Resorts of the KaaU
and for tha season of IW6 he attra-tions will
boot a character not hitherto enualed, and
tbe enisine ol both houses nnexoelled.
First-ol.sa Laundry, fin Livery. Ele
gant new Bathing Pools.
Ihe finest place for Children In the land.
BROWN'S) I ROW RITTFRN STOM.
pletelyeured Miss Ethel Unothorpe, 6
Hi I street, Memih's, Tenn . of neuralgia,
from wh eh she suffered nea ly a year. Two
bottles only were rvqulred to do the work.
CORRUGATED IRON SIDING
And Iron Roofine.
Fir, Wlad. Water aad I Igrhlwlaa;
Sraer. Buitobl for all kinds of buildings.
For prices and estimates nt factory rates,
sail en or address
MKVIPIII3 METAL A WOOD MF'G CO..
438 AM0 Alain at., and 21 A 23 Mulberry St.,
ileadqurtera for Iron Frne s and Crestlnst.
Uairanissd iron Cornice. Tin Roofs A Mo roe.
ROWN'H RM BITrRt HU
been ued bv Mrs. Mary Hill, t Lin
den s r."'. Memphis. Tenn., for lire (.rouble
and malaria with great benefit She calls it
aspeoially valuab.e tor Home use.
nil PU Instant relief. F'.naleureln
X ALiCsi. too days, and n'ver returns.
No purge, no salve, no suppository, ouser
ers will learn of a simple r'.medy, Free, by
addreuing 0. J. MA'iON.T'a Nassau St., M.I .
CAPITAL PRIZE, $I50,CC(
" We dm Aenav arMi Seal Maawru. '.
artwagvaancsur mii lAe Afowaig ajaet V
tare Ihu wiuf a lAe Imttmmt, Jtoas Lao
toesaaa. aaa ia swieea aiaa ege aaet esa
Ue Xcrew sags lfanlm, mnd ta lie ea
are eoa 4 rltd aU aeasssg, ainssas mma
tomdjtilk toward mil t eiSies.aaa1 ese aataor
lae faarag aa aee sees aarMoose, aewa .
eiaues e oar eagwaiierai aneeasa, aa al i
W; A aaVretgaeat, aaas amd DsaJM
will (Nig oil irsaas aVaam ta 2ae Louina
Slats Lotteries wkiek saay ee griiinliel mi u
J. H.OOLnBT.Pna. La. Ball Baa '
J. W.KILBRCTH.Pra.t)aata Basil
A. BALDWIB, Pres. B. O. Bat. li.
Orer Hslf a Million Distrlbutt!
Louisiana State Lotter j Co.!
lneorporateB la 1S68 for twenty-fiv ye.f
by (he Legislature for Eduoational a
Caaritabla nnrpoaea with a eaoitat of C
wsj.isju townion a reserve land ol over av
OUO haa since been added.
By an overwhelming popalat rote
franehise wag made a part of tha present tit.
Constitution, adopted Deoaeaber 2d, A.
Sta Clraael Rlaala WanlMialSwa
aa will take alaaa aaaasklr. hA
. yusrpoaes. Look at tba follow ii
ISIdURAKO MONTH LT
Ann raa .
Extraordinary Onarterl lirawi
In the Academy of Muslo, New Orleans
Tuesday, Jess 19, IMM,
Under tha pers.nal supervision and nu
Wen.tJ.T. Rraaraaard.ofLonlslana, a
wrn.JUD.i a. Kasijr.of Virginia.
Capital Prize, $150,000
aa-NOTICK-Tlckete are Tan ISolIa
aly. Halves. . Filths, V.
LIST OF PRIZES.
1 Capital Prise of......l,V),onO...41.
(Irand Prise of. 60,11110 .. 60.
1 llrand Prise of. 20.IMI.... 2(1,
2 Large Prises of...... 10,KJ....
4 Large Prises of...... t.OHO 20.
a Prises of. 1.UHI.... 2,
W Prises of.... doii..,. ft,
100 Prises of. 800 30,
200 Prises of ) . 40.
Hoo Prises of. loo 60.
1000 Prises of. 60... (0,
100 Approximation Prises of 1300.., 2A.
lis) Approxijiation Priaea of 100... lo.i
too Approximation rrieee ol la.u 7.t
2lTv Prises, amounting to
Application for ratea to elubs should
made only to tha offloe of tha Company!
New Orleana. I
For further Information write clear'
giving full addrena. PtSStT A L NUT ta. Y
rress Money urders, or Clew Kora Kxehai
n ordinary loiter. Currenoy by Hipraas
New Orleaaa, a a!
Or M. A. nI'PHII,
Waahlnaloa. D. O.,
or at Wcat Canrt Hi., Mempkla, T
Mats P. O. Money Orders pajnb
and address uriruierea Letters to
BEW ORLEANS) BATIUNAL, BAH
Maw rlfaa. I JS.
Suburban Residence Lot:
VILLA0B OF MAGNOLIA.
These choice resldenoe lots of ample
m.neloo. fie IN THE VEKY CENTER o
locality already famous for Ha fine sod.)
and ua neau'ilul and attractive realdeac
Thaaa lota front on wide avenues, and i
connected with the eity by two raiiroi;
which alord four daily trains aeon way, a
by a good gravel road over which the ci
oan be reached by drive in thirty minutes!
From any part cf ihesa grounds the ;
ean in any direction take In the most El
OANT KKSIUKNCKiandihesweot st lii
COTTAI1E UUMKS, giving tbe most cone!
sire evidence of th. lact that RIUHT UK
is THE location lorsuhorbsn homes, awj
from the noise and dust of the oltyj :
anart rrnm iK. Mnv.nl.nM of naaalnv tra-
apart from the oonvenleooe of passing tra-
on railroads, it affords a KHVT AND CO
r LK I a UUAYiili Pin. a Irem Magnolia
ealth of this locality Is provorbla!
The aala will lake nlaea nn tha n remit!
Tnesjdar SSth Mars 188
at 11 o'oleck a.m. Terms One-third ea'
one-third in t eel re months and one-th
In twenty-four months, with interest a
per oeni per annum.
Traina at 10 o'olock a.m. and 12 o'el
noon, from eorner of Main and Broadway
the sale and return free to bidders,
reasonable refreshments by Jaoob 8tei
ALL PURCHASERS will be required
close up every purchase by signing sal
book on the grounds and paying 10 per ce
F. W. RdiYSTER A CO., Salesmen
WM P. DUNAVANT,
Surveyed by J. 11. Ilnmphreys, 0. E.
BROWN'S) IRON BITTER CO
pletely eradicated malarial poi"
from the svstain of tha little son of M
Pearce.tAO Poplar atn et, Memphis, Ten if
when suturing trom cuius ana lever. W
nine failed to benefit him,
Probate Court Sale RealEstat
he Probate Court of Shi
No. rVW. R.D Tn tha Probata Conrtof Shi
by County, Tenn. T. J O'Neil, admin l
trator, vs. Cath. Ellen O'Neil. , I
I5V virtue of a d.oree for sale, entered I
thla cause oa April 27, MM), minute bo
46, pages W, eto., I will sell to the high'
bidder, at publlo anotion, ia front of ti
eourt-house door, oa Maia street, oa I
Kalaraa, Btaw ts, 1HH, I
within legal hnors, the lollowlag desorlli
real oatala, to-witi A carta iu l i.oeorpc
eel of land, situated In Memphis, Tent)
eommeneiog on the weat aid ef Maia strer
and running tbenca north ST feeti then
west 14S feet to Center alley i th.nce aou
along said alley 87S (eat to a ataka, a
th.nce east 14S feet to the UglnnlDg. 1,
said lot la tha soata hall af lot No. f3, a
Is situated at tha lnterectlo ot tbe sort
aide of the first alley south of aad paral
with Overton street with Main street. 1
said sale will be subj.-t to rigbt or hon.
stand ol Oath. Ellen 0'Nell ia said real i
Terms of Bale On a ef'dlt of seven I
man ths; ths rurohaser ta execute nota wt
sar.tr, and a lien will bo retained to eeei
unpaid purchase nionay. Eoaity of rodeav
tion barred. This Apr u 27. lii.
11 iX. blinl'i vmi 1
O. L. McDonald. Deputy Clerk. I
m.M. Randolph, BeMoitor.
PURSUANT to a deereo randerod fcy t'
ChaneervCoart at Nashville, atitaU
tuber term, lit, aad entered af record
page 3tt, Minuta Book No. 22, In the eaaef
Bamuel Perkins la John 8. Clayhrook at
others, notion is herahv given that I will
nse to yublio aala. at ti a eoarthouse do rt
empkia, Tennessee, aaoa the terms kail
Ineftei set out, at Vi o'oloek at., on the I
IM aUy a Haw. 18M,
ths following described property, all situ
in tbe Taxing Disiriot of fckslby ooua
Tennessea, to-witi o I
Lot No. 96, west side af Auction Sonar
Lot No. 100, south si o of Auction boaa
Lot No. V Second street, i
Lot No 3V6. oorner of Overton and Tbl
WSi reel iquare, . i
South halt lot 299 Second street. t
Lot 144 and part lot west side of M
Street, between Market and Winchester
'lermaof Ba'e One-tounh eash, and
btlanea on credits ol 6, 12, IS end 21 morn
InU'eet bearing notes required for defer
paymenta, and lien regained. Ka'e free t
redenatleB. SAMUEL PERKINS,
anoolal Coaui unions