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THE CHICAGO ANARCHISTS
THE ISTESriGATIOX ISTO THE
All the Material Facts la tbe Posses
sion of tbe Authorities The
Coal Miners' ConTeatioa.
Chicioo, III., May 21.-Officer Pat
rick McNaty, who was iojaied in th
hiy uitiket riot and baa been lying at
the county hospital, is reported as be
ing very low tbis morning, and the
physicians cay that he can hardly live
through the day. Should McN'ully
die he will be the seventh victim of
the and J oar
is now in pobseaston of all the material
fact) in the dynamite conspiracy so
far as the preemption shows the
tuilty psrtiea to be August S.ies,
chwab, Pardons and Fielding. Evi
dence tnat wonid implicate others not
yet apprehended, and among thtm
tbe man who hurled the bomb, has
been withheld by the anthorit es for
their own reasons. The testimony at
tue hour of adjournment yesterday
nonn, wbea moU of the Arbeit-r
ZeiXnng printers hid been examined,
made it plain that for months past
the Anarchists had been secretly pre
paiing to attack the police with dyna
mite and other ig nts of destruction.
The jury desired to know the extent
of this conspiracy before indicting
tbe lefser conspirators, who3e gu It
might be equal to the others it the
evidence was forthcoming. The po
lice, many of the jurors thought, were
keepiog something back, perhaps to
make thtir case the stronger when
brought into court. One juror said:
"The evidence is overwhelming," but
he meant the evidence agdimt tbe el
der Spies, bchwab, Fielding and Par
sons. There is little evidence thns
far that would warrant the jury in in
dicting Ltnpg and three or four oth
ers for tbeeamaoffense alleged sgainst
the first named At the earns tims
t tit re is good reason t) believe Lingg
and his fellows are as guilty as the
other crowd, btrong teetimony tend
ing to support this view was given by
K B. Fuller, tbe manager for Pribyl
Bros., dealers in guns snd fixed am
munition. He (e tifiei that for some
time previous to the riot purchases of
guns and heavy revolvers were made
at his store by poorly-dr?8sd men,
whose actions excited tbe firm's sus
picions. Sometimes these men would
call in a party, four or five of them to
gether, and lay out their money fa -weapons
and ammunition, '.These
are the men, tome members of
the grand jury think, accord
ing to Judge Rogeis'a instructions,
can be indicted (or a capital offense,
provided the police disclose mors evi
dence. The police, it is understood,
claim to bave the bomb thrower in
custody. It is further sad that tbe
evidence by which they hope to con
vict him is made op mostly of the con
fessions of Anarchists who wers io
ductd to talk on the promise of immu
nity. The police deny this. The tetti
moay of Capt. Schaakand the detect
ives who bae been working to appre
hend the bomb throwers will be
heard to-day. It was expected that
befora evening indictments will be
found. This morning Theodore Fricks,
secretary of tbe Sxsialistic prin'iog
company, wont before tbe grand jury.
He took with him the books of the
Arbeiier Zeiiung. The jury wanted to
find out how anuch money had bean
expended by tbe 'managers of tbe
paper outside of tbe regular line of
tbe publishing badness.
George Doffdtt, a salesman, in the
employ cf Pribyl Bros , took the sales
book of the firm into the jury room.
He gave tome important evidence.
Last July, he said, a man who gave
his name as Bcbnabel, visited Pribyl
Bros, store and bought two Winches
ter rifles; he bought eight Winchester
rifles subsequently, and it was alter
wards laaiced that they were f or the
Lehr and Wehr Verein, the military
organization of the Socialists. Sehnabel
was arretted few days after the hay
mark t riot, but as he told a pretty
straight story, he ws released. N w
the S ate's attorney is eager to see tbe
man f gain. He is supposed to bave
left town. At the time of the man's
appearance manager Tuller of Pribyl
Bros, notified Comptroller Goreey of
tbe fact that the' Anarchists were ne
gotiating for the purchase cf weapons,
but no action was taken in the matter.
Further testimony tended to indicate
that Bcbnabel was the man who threw
the bomb I Ie is a brother-in-law of
Schwab. He formerly were a long,
flowing beard, but when apprehended
after the massacre in the haymarket
wa3 clean shaven. Ha alao corre
sponded clossJy to the man whom a
witness named Krendel saw in- com
pany with Parsons and Spies on Ran
dolph street the night of the tragedy.
A DYNAMITE FACTORY ARRESTED.
This morning detectives were to
look for Gnstav Lehman. The man is
remarked by the authorities as one
capable of giving the identity of the
bomb-thrower. Tbe detectives suc
ceeded in srrestiog him at an early
hour this morning. In his possession
and on the premises which he occu
pied at the time of his arrest were
fouBd three ronnd dynamite bombs,
exactly similar to that ued at. tbe
hay market riot. 5Two boxes of dyna
mite "giant powder" caps, two coats of
dynamite fuse and two boxes of dyna
mite not mads into bombs were found.
Toe bombs had the ftiee attached and
seemed to be ready for immediate usa.
THC ARBEITSS ZBITUNG
has aea;n made its appearance in its
old ferm, large quartette, and is
very similar in looks and conten's to
tbe paper when .Spies, Pardons,
Schwab and the other Anarchists wera
persona ly running it To-day's issue
has come eiebteotumnsef advertising,
including calls for meetings from va
rious labor organ Ui ions, and several
warnings to diffeteiit trades not to
work in certain shops, as those em
ployed there regularly "find them
selves on a s'rike." These communi
cations are signed "The Strikers" and
The Eiscutive Cooamittee." The
paper recites at length how it baa tri
umphed over all efforts to seppress
it, snd makes an urgent call for sub- j
s"riptions for the defense of Spiea and
Schwab, who "have written, spoken
and battled long and bravely for the
welfare of the workinmeo, and m e
now compelled to softer. Do not
forget your persecuted brothers, but
help them, as they are a1 ways ready,
lha !1UmI Conl Mlaer)' Cvavea
tiosa. St. Lopis, Mo, May 21. About
eighiy of the Kn;ghts of Ltbnr ccal
miners, delegate a to the Nati nal Con
vention from Pennsylvania. Ohio, Illi
nois, Mieeouii, Virginia West Vir
ginia, Maryland and Indiana Territory
beld their fl'St seseion yes'erday and
effected a temporary organisation.
During ths evening sess:on resolutions
were sdoptsd indorsing tbe senti
ments expieswd by Mr. Powderly in
his secret cinulan, favoring the pro
poied amcn-innot to the constitution
of tbe KnightB of Labor, which is in
tended to place the control of strikes
in the bands of tbe General Executive
Board, and promising their support to
Mr. Powderly at tbe election to be
held during tbe General Assembly at
Cleveland, if he eha'l be a candidate
forGeneial Master Workman. Tbe
delegates to the convention who are
already in the city will wait until this
afternoon for the arrival of those who
have promised to at'end and will tben
organize permanently as a National
District Assembly and discuss the
miners' grievances and tbe best plan
for obtaining redress.
Will Rolura to th Old Plaa.
St. Louis, Mo., May 21. The furni
ture manufacturers of this city who
acceded on tbe 1st of May to tbe de
mands of tbeir employes, for tbe adop
tion of the eight-hour system, decided
recently to return to the old plan and
to day waa named as the day of re
tarn. Tbe employes of two of the fac
tories refu:ed to work on this plan
and their establishments have shut
down. The others, it is thought, will
eoon fallow suit, for the employes
bave ddcided to work eigbt hours per
day or not at all.
Dubai-semen! of Hie Heller Fond at
St. Loch, Mo., May 21. A special
from Sida'ia (Mo.) (ays: J. II. Delay
of Little Rock, member of tbe Dis
trict Assembly No Id, Noble Order of
the Knights of Labor, is in this city
for the purpess of investigating the
charges made by several of the strikers
that tbe relief fund ssnt to tbis city
has been improperly disbursed, tie
will check np tbe books to morrow,
and if there have been any crooked
transactions they will be brought to
light. Maitin Irons, it is claimed,
bad a narrow esispe from a mob of
strikers last night or early this morn
ing. Tbe men are very bitter toward
him, and it is asserted that they visit
ed bis residence for the purpose cf
warning him to leava the city. He
must have received an inkling that be
would be called op n, as he passed
the night at the house of a friend, and
boarded the south-bound Mirsouri,
Kaujas and Texts tiain early this
morning for par s unknown.
Iaveallgatlac tbo Kit 1 1 road Strike at
St. Loci", Mo., May 21. The grand
jury, which has been in scssion in
Hillsboro, Mo, for the pat nine daya,
finished their labors yesterday. Their
time has been almost wholly given up
to the investigation of charges of con
spiracy against ths late ra lroad strik
err, fifty-nine of whom were indicted.
Miny of them escaped before war
rants could be served on them, and
only four have been arrested.
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THE TELEPHONE KQIIRY.
G1RL15D AUiIX BEFORE TUE
Dr. Rogers and HU Son and Casey
Young Also Recalled The
Washington, May 21. Attorney
Gen. Garland, Dr. Rogers and his son,
and Meesrs. Van Bentbujaen, Syphtr
and Casey Young were in attendancs
when tbe Telephone Investigation
Committee met to-day.
THK ATTORNIV OKNEBAL
was the first witness railed. His at
tention was called to Mr. Briesens' tes
timony and he said there were two or
three mis'akes in his account of tbe
interview at the Department of Jus
tiie. He (the At'orney-General) had
not expressed any opinion as to tbe
proptr mnde of treting Van Banthuy
ten s application. When Mr. Briesens
asked leave to withdraw Van Ben
thuyreu's application, witness had
told him.that be bad no jurisdiction
tat the papers bid gone out of his
office. Witness had not made any re
mark in reference to what would be
come of an applica'ion filed in the
office afterward. Witness was pesi
t.ve about that; he bad purposely re
mained tilent on that point. Outrag
eous as it may bave seemed, he would
rather have acted in the matter him
telf than have made any temark on
the proper mode of making the appli
cation, and if he was potitive about
anything it waa on tbat point.
Mr. Oates said that it had been al
leged tbat witness bad visited Mr.
Yonng's rooms while the conference
was in progress.
Witness replied that he had never
been in those rooms and did not know
notil he bad seen it in tbe newspapers
tbat Mr. Young had rooms in G
street. He wished to repeat his former
statement, that he did not believe that
he had attended a Pan-Electric meet
ing after tbe Presiden'ial election of
1884, aid was positive that he had
never attended one aftjrtheinaugura
Mr. Oates inquired if any person
had intimated to witness that an ap
plication for suit would be made and
that witness bad intimated that it
would be opportune if made during
Witness positively declared tbat
there bad been no such iniimat ons.
Mr. Ranney read from Mr. Brie sen's
account of his interview with the Attorney-General
and witness smiled at
certain points in tbe reading.
"Wbat did those four men want?"
inquire! Mr. Ranney, referring to tbe
visit to Briesens' and the others to the
"I have stated about thirteen
times," said the witness, "but will
state it tgain if you wish. What they
really wanted I do not know: what
they fay they wanted was, 'We want
tbe name of the United Slates to test
the Bell telephone patent.' I re
marked in reply that I culd not con
sider tbe application; that I was a
stockbo'der and attorney for a rival
company. Then there was a qoes ion
or two about the procedure. I don't
remember wbat they were. I was de
termined to cnt the matter off, and I
may have been a little abrupt, I am
Witneis said be witbed to esy a
word about that nart of the testimony
of Col. Dana of the New York Sun,
"wheio fa answer to Mr. Millard's
question he had said that if he (Mr.
Da d a) bad been in his (witness's) place
he would bave protected his Depart
ment against tbis suit; he would have
smashed it. While be cared little
about the matter he might say a word
in reply. It bad been conceded on all
sides that be bad no proper authority
to act in the matter because of bis
being a stockholder in a rival com
pany, and bis relationship to tbe coun
try bad not changed in bis absence
from July to October, when hefjund
the action had been taken. The same
disability ex s ei as when he had de
clined to act in tbe fit instance. If
tbat same disability existed then, he
put the question te Col. Dana and the
committee, how he could have
smashed tbe suit if he did not have
th ability to institute it."
The Chairman Yoar view wbr tha
you bad no power to interfere at all?
Witness Not at all. I have not
bet-n d.-nuded of my disability.
Mr. Ranney discussed with tbe wit
ness at some length his power in such
matters snd the legal phase of the
Then Mr. Millard asked if witness
had not understood that Van Ben
thuyseo's original proposition had not
been withdrawn with a viewto asking
another in a different way?
Witness replied that he had no un
derstanding on the subject
Mr. Millard then quoted the wit
ness's letter to tbe President, where
he says he supposed the gentleman
would come again with the applica
tion after the statement he bad made,
and ask reference to the S ilicttor Gen
era! to present it to the President.
Witotsi replied You asked if I
bad any understanding. I supposed
tbat wou'd be tbe course, because tbe
law indicated that course, and I sup
posed tbey knew the law, and that
they were not going to let the matter
rest there. It was a supposition based
on the law.
Dr. Rogers was recalled, but bis tes
timony was nninapoitant.
Mr. Casey Young offeied to show by
competent evidence that the patent
tbat had been attacked by the govern
ment bad been obtained by fraud
from the Patent Office ; tbat the officer
who gave it was derelict in his duty;
tbat be Issued tbe patent through cor
rupt influence, and tbat b wss paid
by the patentee to issue ihs patent.
These facts he would piove by papers
Ihe committee at this point ad
journed until to-morrow, when the
offer will be consideied in secret ses
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"W. HOtt Front r-?t. MwM.m1iI. Tt'nn.
M an I lllf . ARemolvrallPlscasoflh.Uer,IIIai
ECrab Orchard Wateissss
Ocnnlne Crab Orchard Salts In sealed package" at 10 and Is. No . lilllno aalta sold In b"la.M
SLEDGE BROSofComo, Mis.
Ho. 3B5 Front Strftt
NAPOLEON HILL, PreBldonU W. N. ILKEttSON, YlcMTili!e
U. J. LYNX, CaHhici.
a ar 1
DOES A GENERAL FIRE
HU. II.M IIWMM II I I AH
ii u flic a m
A QUARTER OF A MILLION'DOLLARS FULL PAID CAPITAL
H. FCRBTENHEIM. WM. I. COLE. JAMKH KEILLY, JOHN LOAOl'I
8. MANSFIELD. D. K. MVEKS, W. D. Bltf UKLL.
Ofllce--19 HI allwnn Street. Jf em phis, Tenn
THE LIVERMORE FOUNDRY AND MACHINE COMPANY
FOUNDRI & MACHINE DEPT. 160 to 174 Adams St., Memptalr-.
Unlldlngt .. i
IKON & RAILWAY SUPPLY
iB.....m tn Ihl. Inmrlm.nl tn JOHN M ANOQUK.)
avarWrlU na for Information on ANY TlllNll in eitber line.
ANDREW BTEWAET, New Orleauu.
STEWART. HE & GO,,
SO. 850 AID 858 FUOST 8TKE1ST, MUMPIIIS, TESM.i
STEWART BROTHERS & COMPANY
CrfiTTON FACT0K8 AND COMMISSION MEKCIIANTS,
UFW OUr.KAXN, IriHIAWaa.
newr t apers and estimates o tbeoostof ad
vertising. The advertiser who wants to spend
one dollar, finds in it tbe information he re
quires, whil for him who will invest on
hundred thousand dollars in advertising, a
sheioe isi ndioated which will meet hia
7rv reual.-ement, or oan b niad to do a
by slight ohanges easily arrived at by eorr
spondene. One hundred and DltJ-tnre
ditiona have been issued, bent, postpaid,
to any address lor ten enia. Ajiply to UKO.
P. ROW ELL A CO., N EWBPAPKH AD
VERTISING BUREAU,10Hprucat. (Print-
ng uous pqaare . ww or. -
nROWW'N IRON HITTKmSI H:ni
Died Mra. Haiti W. Miller, No. M Mars'-all
avenue, Memphis, Tenn., after an at
tack of dysentery, and arain assisted her
recovery from malarial fever, tibe consid
ers it a most valuable medicine.
i,t aa,J tar mTt INHW IHp. Ill Ul rlav a IsnlalOK irrwj
l ' -M flnwl . vr print!, now rttdr.
iE :l r-',: m rttrnMio?srfFii jrw, urtiri-
nul HiyiAMOi (mii i.inrury
Detkt. Tftblet, Obairt,
Book Cfttet, toniiffei.
Latter Pressei CabiieU
I Ladiei Fancy Deikt,c
riiVMi .tocxii mnu aj ii up
'rlo GnarHnterxJ. CoIaIoh
r . i'OQUet i3. or
GRAND HOTIX, ALVM NPKINUst,
Hockbridge Co., Va. High up in the
Virginia mountains. Picturesque surround
inss.eitensiveand beautilully shaded lawn.
Uas, electric bells, and all modern Improve
ments. Two daily m ila, post, telegraph and
expresa offices on the prcnises. Table tbe
very lien. Luxuriously furnished rooms:
auierb band of uiutio Send for illustrated
pamphlet. Charge" tnodoriite. Open for vis
itors, June l'nh. Wutm: Alum, hnlvbrntt
and .ron.. R. T. WH.Klf-SON-Man'gr.
MRU. young or old,
.find the K leotrie
.Shield and Muspenso-
ry cure every stage ol
Weakness of th Kid-
n s, sexual bystem.
Varicocele and lost or
SliCillVaVIon.js refunded il
v ' -hi I.V
Dot .R refrv.eufc.i4
Price land apward.
Painohlet free. All
ord' rs most be sent to A merlnn JHlvan.
I le , 7S8 Hrnnawar, Srm York, at
all our WesUrn otBces are dlx-onilnaxt.
A Valuable Paten!.
Dnujy'e (Ilorar) Cora and Pra Plan
ter. HAVIJiO perfected my invention, I wish
t'lao it before the public, especially
m mufaotorer.i. As a Corn Planter, it is a
pertoet success owns tbe drill, dtstribotsd
th seed accurately, uniniured, and eovetd
tli same, theroty on man perforaiing tbe
work of three. Itiev have boon used in
this section tor over a doicn years with per
fect sa'iafaction. tan give rospor.aibl testi'
Haywood soanty, lean.
a ,af'- ,
la ttiaee a i asaift kaeiam te ib aaadtsal pi iaIiaith
aitoao y.ini i a1 Me aMeanlanI ilmifcalal-
- J -1 L . - - ,La HlfciMll
" mw mmm -"f - " "
ehA " " ' nf TMstlnA la
enra wiwi dw uhn iiZTmiSTZl iZ
QcIa Prnn'r 109 711 WaaMngte. Av
T. LOL IH, MO.
F. M. NORFLEET, Resident rrtner.
a IM II
AMD H ARIME It INI N EH,.
y " i'vir,lu,HN'ie.r', T i.
DEPT. 226 and 228 Second St
ANDREW D. QWTONB, Mam
UP OOOO FBHUT.
.r.H PARK A "in OHI.ANO-0n
th. cro.t of the Allcahstiies. within the
hmnus Ulade ISecti n, direotly on the lln of
Hie 11. and O. Nor" age Hu es or ius iraus
lers All Limited Kxnresa Trains Ktop.
With th. rn. and unnaral eled fast rched'
ul. .,n tl. Italtinior. utid Ohio Railroad.
these lovely twin resorts are beyond all com
parison the most advantageously locaieu.
loth as tn train service and surroundings, of
any east of the Kockies.
ajraaors Optrna Jane) 33d. No Files,
Nn Mn.nnlt,.... No II. v K.var No Malaria.
Deer Park and Oakland, tbe one being but
alx miles distant trotn the oiher-with the
most charming drives oonnecting them will
be untlor tne management 01 nr. n . rf.
w A t.u UN . who. In h . ihr. a.aaons' man
age aient, has mde many enthu.iasllo friends
ot the glorious resorts All communications
should be addressed taw. J. Walker, (jueen
flit. Hntnt. rnmharl.nd. Md. UlitoJun
1Mb. Alter tbat date, either iieer Park or
RATES 800, 175 and tW per month, ac
cording to locations.
The II. and O. Company has spared no ex
pense In rendering beer Park and uaklana
the trading Mouniain Rosorts of the Knst,
and for the season oflWitlie attractions will
be of a character not hitherto equaled, and
the cuistn ot botb bouses unexcelled.
Pirat-cliss Laundry. Hue Livery. Ele
gant new bathing Pools. ....
Th finest place for Children In the land.
TP ROW IV 'ft IRO HITTKRN WAS
Mm used by Mrs. Kate Stephenson. 2n Pey
ton .v.nti.. Mnmnh'S. Tnnn.. in one of the
most stubborn cases of chills she ever knew
and It cured. ISee gave it to her children
with good results in bowol disorder and dys-
II EA DO. CARTER I'OR
CORRUGATED IRON SIDING
And Iron Roofing.
I'lre, Wlnil, Water aid IsrhtnlnaT
uruot tiuitabl for all kind? of buildings.
For prices and estimate at factory rates,
call vn or address
MEMPHIS METAL A WOOD MF'd CO.,
438 A 410 Main at., and 21 A 21 Mulberry St.,
neadqusrt.ra for Iron Ye ncs and (Vesting,
tial vn nited Iron Cornice. Tin Koo Is 4 J?es.
KHOWK'N IKON IIIITIKH HAS
prorod un efffctual remedy in the fam
ily of lr. Chas. 11. Voiel, Ml .Manassas
street, Memphis, Tenn., in all cases ot
tUtuwh disorder, also as anlappetiier and
1 LuJ jiivljiti'-
CAPITAL PRIZE, $I50,C00.
MW do rhv crffy that M tW
mrrana mint fur all tw Monthly ana yumr
(W 1ft awing Loam Stat Lott4w
l owawf. ana ix ptTsjtnaj matMiff nna wwarin
art ton (I tttrdwilkkonitv, orv- and m
food faitk foirard ail rmrut.and wm antkoriaa
U f'-rvtsapaNy 'o nn tki or;t-viU, r.'A fao
timiUt of our ticcttr attvehm-t tn M md'
we, (Aa karf'i-.waen'. fiinlrt md Ranker;
will pay alt Pritn Hrnum in 1 Lminanm
Niata Lotlei-Ms vawA nity t pr rated ol cmr
J. lI.OO,t:NRT,Pra. La. Bal'l Bank.
A. BALDWIN, Pres. . O. Mat. Bk.
UXPRECKWENTFU ATTRACTI0S t
Over Haifa Million DUtribnted.
Louisiana State Lottery Co.
Incorporated la IBM for tw.nty-flv years
by tbe legislature for Kducational and
Caariuble purposes with a capital of II,
(l,(mo to which a reserve fund of orerfvVJ,
IXSI has sinoe been added.
By an overwhelming popular vol ita
franchise was made a part of the preaentrltata
Constitution, adopted Ueeember id, A.l.
Ila raarl Hlngrla RaaikerRraw.
Inaa will lake pla manllily. Itnrvr
tain or porrponn. Look at th following
193(1 GRAND MONTULT
ExtrnordliiBrr Qiiartorly Drawing
In th Academy of Music, New Orleans,
Tnreday, Jnae IS.INshi,
Under th pers.nal supervision and man- '
Uen.U.T. Heanregard.of Louisiana, and
iru. Jubal A. Karly.ef Virginia.
Capital Prize, $150,000.
arNOTIOK-Tlcketa ar Ten Dollar
uuly. Hnlres. 0. Vifths, J.
LIST OF PRIZES.
1 Capital Prlr of l.'0,il Wm
1 Urand Prise of fnVmii NI.IM)
1 Grand l'rite of l,l) 2u,(
'i Large Prises of )0,U ii,li0
4 Large Prises of. 6,lsi IHUM)
ai l'riies of. - l.UKI .m
Ml Pries of fJt .tS
lll Priaes of Svsi an.taif
iiml Prises of. a .
Hot) Prises of 1 .
HMO Priies of. - 60 W.OW.
100 Approximation Prises of t... 2S.
lis) Approxi nation Prises of Hl... W.tWO
1U0 Approximation Prisea ol "ib... 7.fcs1
2279 Priies, amounting to f21,M)0
Application for rata to clubs shoald b
made only to th oulc of th Company at
New Orleans. ...
For further Information writ clearly. ,
glvins full address. PONTALaioriCaa, Kl
press Money Orders, or Nw York Kiohang
In ordinary Utter. Currency by Kipress la
our expense), addressed
M. A. DArPHIN,
Maw Orleans, la.
Or M. A. rsAI'PHIW,
Wawhluatloaa. , .,
or at Weal tlvnrt Ht Meaagihla, Taasa
Hakf) P. 0. Mom Ordors pajablfl
and addrrsit KeitiHUred Letters to
NEW ORLKANH HATIOHAL BAHK,.
Flew Orleaaa. Iji.
KROWN'N IRON BITTr.RM HAS
been used In the family ot Mrs. Laura
J. Johnson, Main street, Memnhis.Tenn.,
for bilious fover and chills with most satis
factory results. It la their standard family
Suburban Residence Lots I
VILLAUB OF MAGNOLIA.
These choice resident lota of ampl dl
mensiUns lie IN Tlili VKKV CbNTKll of a
locality already famous for ita fine society
and ita beau'iful and attractiv raldenca.
These lota front on wide avenues, and ar
connected with the olty by two railroads
which afford four dally trains each way, and
by a good gravel rosd over which th city
can be reached by drive in thirty minutes.
From any part of these grout ds the ere
Can In any direction take in the most ELE
OANT RESIDENCES and tbesweet. st littl
COTTAUK HOMES, giving th most conclu
sive evidence ef th fact that RIO UT UKRH
IsTllK location torsuburbsn homes, away
from the noise and dust of the olty j ana
apart from the oonvenlenc of passing tralna
on railroads, It affords a NEW AND COM
PLETE URAVEU PIKE from Magnolia to
The health of this locality is proverbially
The sal will take place on th premise
TiicMlajr, !Mth May, 16,
at 11 o'clock a.m. Terms One-third cash,
one-third in twelve months and one-third
in twenty-lour months, with interest at 6
per cent per annum.
Trains at 10 o'olnck a.m. and 12 o'clnok
noon, from corner of Main and Broadway to
the sale and return free to bidders.
Hcasonabl refreshments by Jacob Stein -kulil.
ALL PURCHASER!? will be required to
close up every purohas by signing sales
bonk on the grounds and paying 10 per cent.
F. W. RSYHTKR A CO.. Salesmen.
WM P. DLINAVANT,
Surveyed by J. H. Humphreys, 0. E.
Kiiowvn iron ii i nr us bk
lieves pain, aids digestion, and tones up.
the systoiu. Mrs. W. A. biniiii. No. 5ut
Mielby street, Memphis, Tenn., says b.r hus
band was cured of rheumatism alter trying
many ether remedies without aid. '
II 12 A Id ESTATE.
No. 4tiM, R. Chancery Court of Shelby
county Stut of Tennessee vs. Emily
Hacks' tet al.
BY virtue of an interlocutory decree lor
sale, entored in the above cause on tha
14th day of May, 1IM, M. Ii. 4a. page 1U..
I will soil, at public auction, to the bifibest k
bidder, In frnut of the Clerk and Master's
office, Court-house of Shelby county, Mem
phis, Tenn , on
rtalnrtlny, Jane 19, 1MI8,
within legal hours, the following described
proiwrty, situated In.bhelby county, leun.,
Lot 13. block 5, Ilrown s subdivision,
fronting to leet on the east sldn of LaRoi
street, and running back 1V tent. Sold as
the property ol Emily hai kett, n . V . iuck
ett and others.
Part of lot 7. block Ct, southeast corner of
ila.fiui and IToriiaedo streets. '03 feet.
So d as the property of the Workingmeu'a
Buildiugand Loan Aisootatiwu, K. ttuobig
nani. . , ...
Part or lot , mo a oi, east sine ot iier
ando street, adjoining Carter, 4SxlS5 foot.
Purt oriiitU. hlock C'l. east aide of Her
nando strvet, north of Maydwell'a, 3Sxll&
'C.t 1. block 45: Beginning ot a nolnt on
the south side ot Beale stree'. M leet east of
the corner ol tieaie and lausev streets:
thence southward with Johnson s line 7s
foot; thence eet ward !ff feet; thence north
ward TS teet to Beale street: tbeno west
ward with the south side of Beale street 2S
teet to besdnnmg. Sold as th property of
Rocco Uogiiana and others.
T.rms I' Salo-Uo a creditor six months;
note with security, bearing interest, re
quired: lien retained; redemption barred.
This May ai. Hi. . , , .
r. I. itruu" 1.1.1,, tic'X ana natter.
By II. F. Walsh, l. and M.
F. H. and C. W. Ueiskell, solicitor.
DEMOCRATS TO THH FKONT To C
peraens seoking Government Em I
iloymeut In any ol tn department as
iVavhington, or any other positions andea
thetlovernuicnt.l willsond tun instruction)
aa to bow to i.rcseeMl to obtnio the same,
and Klnnk l orin. nf Ap.llnf ) ca
roce'pt o! (Vn Dollar. tlJri jtsisni
U. LliKfciM. L4M;k-ttna uf: i-istaajw