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STRIKtS ALMOST EMI).
IMFEOYElEJfr IN THE LiEOE
SITUATION AT ( IlICAUO.
(.rand lanter Workman rowderlj'n
Latest I Ircul ir to the Knights
of Labor Sole.
Chu ago, III., May 10. Yesterday
in a day of marked quiet tbrounliout
the entire city. No prociseicns 03
cmrid, and the polite were not even
called upon to dif perse any largo aw
eemblaiiee. Oilicer Timothy Havin
died at the county hospital Saturday
night, and Oilicer Michael fchenhan
died at bis home yesterday a'ternoon.
This makes five police oilicers dead at
result of Tuesday evening's onlraRe.
and ethers are liable ti die at any mo
ment. KrnRt r, the Social! who was
hot by Olli r Madden Wednesday
nlu,ht, died .Saoday mjrnlng, and the
death r Fiuok Lanuis occurred' at
No, S0.7 Wentworth avenue during;
the aliernoon. He was a recounted
uiemliert f the Communiat", and was
wounded in Tuesday night's not.
AT Till church im.
Al aight be expected, the topic ot
the lenuunaprtached here yeterday
bee directly upon the riot of Tu.es
day night. The mrrninj was fine, ami
alltae piiocipal tburohes were well
tilled, especially Central Music Hall
and MeVickem's theater, as lame
numhuiB cl intBrmittwnt chnich
toers were added to the nniwiaily
lare c nirr(gstioin ol I'rol. 8itK
and Dr. Thomai, throngh an aprarom
desird to besr what the pnlpit hal to
add to the press eommem on the lat
eU fruit otaoaichlriri. Dr. Lr rimer
wot alio a favorite, end half a score of
others ipiae t a'.tentive con(frea
tions on socin'ism. 'o!i of tLo utter
ucrsmsde on the subject weio par
ticularly remsrkat is, and no novel
eolut oa of the labor problem was pre
sented. Prof. Swing dwelt dmiriniily
and pithetliully upon the bravery of
the police cfllnar whone Uvea
had been Mcriflr-erl, and deplored
the nresence of social ondi-
tions which lol ti such leiulte.
l)r. Thome. discussed the re
lations littwum labor and cap
ital after tlx intelligent mn
rcr customary with him, ard IK
Loiimer conftrred a favor npnn his
hearers by reviewing the hittory of
omraanlsm and clearly defining the
meaning of socialism and adjuncts or
V ranches of anaichimi and nihilism.
The airmons weio united In advo
cating the summary suppression of an
aicbiun. The laws should ui tbo
meant within iti pow.ri to prevent
thsdiitii notion ot incendiary liter
ature, the making of incendiary
speech and the destruction of the
fiubllc peace tbrjugh the assembling
urbulent characters of the c'as re
atAsTKtt WOBKMAN POWDKOLV'S SWBIT
The Daily Mir publish", tbs follow
ing tbls morning: The following se
cret circular baa been received by the
Koighta of Labor of Chicago and will
be read in the varlona assemblies dur-
5n the romlng week:
obit Order ot tha Knight of Labor of
Annie i ...
Pnii.inii.rin, Pi.. May 9, 1889.
To ths Order Kvertwhere Greeting!
Tbe response to the secret circular
issued on March 13th has been to gen
t eraua and the indorsement ol the
aentiments contalcod in it has been si
unanimous that I feel eneoaraged and
trengtneoed in the work. Nearly
4000 assemblies have pledged them
aelves ti act on the advice contained
in the circular of tho 13th ultimo. I
lee) that It only requires tbe coming
to tbe front of the real men of our or
der to set ut right bafnrs the world.
We have boa laeing gionnd so f tr as
public opinion is concerned, for lome
time. One of the catnes is that we
have allowed things to be done under
tbe name of the Knights of Labor
for which the organisation wns in
no way responsible. I ask of
our members to keep a zealous rye
npnn the doinps of the luboilng men
and whenever they charge anything
toourordir in your 1 ca!i!y, stt the
aeat of your condemnation npnn It by
tlonyini.it.il a pnpsr criteiejthe
Knights of Lalor or its odloeis do not
boycot, and if yoa have any such
boycotts ( n remove theiu. A journal
not long ninro made B9mo uncompli-
nien'arv a'ltwiotiH to tho General
Mirier 'Workman of the Knilita of
Labor, and at tbo nejet morting ol tho
nearest amembly it was dtHiltd to
fcoycoU the paper; not tl at alona,bnt
teiy ptrmn who ndvcnid la the
column) of the paper. I wrote to tbo
assembly, arklng thnt they louiiv
tbe boycott, ana it wai dote. We
moat btar iu mind that our General
Mas er Workman Is only a man, and
it not above crUlci m We demand
for onrsstvrt tin right of fret speech ;
wt ciniot roatiitently deny it to
othtN. We must tolerate fair, open
criticism. 1( a reply it secesaa y.
make it in a gsntlemanly, dlgnitl d
manner. It we are criticised or abused
bv a bltckguard sheet, treat it aa you
would tbe blackguard h'mtelf in
. That oar alms and objectt ate good
la no reason why our members should
be regarded as being of superior
build or material. Wear no more
the salt of tbe earth than ths m'lilont
f toiler who do tbe work of the
world. In our dealings with laborers
nd capital's! we most deal Justly
and fairly by them. If we would
Jiave eouitv don to at w la tor
must do faulty to other. That is tbe
aim of tbe Knight 0f Labor aad
most not be lost sight of in future.
Let me direct your attention to a few
little abus'. I flod tbat whrver a
trik occur appeali for a d ax acaU
tend broadcast; do net pay on cent
for aaoh purposes la futur a alee the
pptaleomta frjm your own dlatrict
assembly or the Oeaiaf Atwmbly.
. If boveot notice areoeutta you bum
. them. 1 bavo ia my poseetkion over
400 boycott no'ice which wer
' cent to aaaemblle with reqoett
that they b .acted. . on. . .Let
mvctioa soma - Of them. A.
araaber, ia editing a piperw H tear
a rtvi, and proceed to gei into an al
tercation with him, boyeotu him and
then k th order to carry it oat. a
C3itin paper I iofUeotial in on or
th other political panies. Member
of tbe orp's eg party conceive tbe
litna nf Mitinv rid of the riaoer. and
they invoke th aid of th Knigtita of
Labor, first taking th pn caution to
, have th oaoer in question av ome
thing uccomplimenUry ol the Knlghs
rf Lato'. laitctcnr oidernas ten
need aa a tail for a hundred diflerwrt
k tee, and it future must anar 1 ft
free froai i-U of tbem. I bte the w rJ
boycott. I wts boycoltfd t-n years
eto and c u'd nit get wer at my
trade for moi.the. It ia a bad jcaciice
It hra bg-x raided to us hv ibecnp
i'aHiti i "vv no ue fur it
for id,V .
' g else fails. AriXal
ih, ntLi i ns. adven
niant' olHtery kind, are siatteed er-
trywher urou(jn tue order. I co,
a lettsr which comes to me on th
A large p't of onr time baa bean
epent In reading boycott not eel nd
appeal for aid, keeping no uctil 12
o'clock. We were led to believe th
Knight! t f Labor to ba an educational
iutt.tatiOD, bnt ttii kind of education
is not productive of good We have
no tin.e for instruction. What do you
advise us to do? '
1 advised them cither to burn or
tal)le these non'teiN, and now ttk nl
the secretary of enoh aswnbly to do
tbe same, it vonr ionrnal were no-.
boycotted by our nirrabers it could be
made tlie medium cf cn'nmunicatir n
betw n ti e g-neral rlliiers of the
order, but tbe j inruBl is not read b y
one quarter of ths ai-st-nib'ie. Homo
ammillies send out document in en
ve opi-s addr-ttP'-d to "t-'cciu'ary of A
emtily No. ." In ninny place the
s?cretriei l ave ben dipebatged be
cause of tfcia practice. No member
baa the right to address another in
that way, and if it is evr practiced
again tbeoUeiidi r will be pnnished.
in the future thaUmwul Kxecntive
Hoard must n 1 1) ittufrred with in
he peif manc4 of it duty. If you
have c nfjjeme in thum, smta'nthem
and obey tl.em; if cot, ask for their
res gnutionH. Wlrle the b-arH as
eLdcuvoring to atttlo tbe 8juthweat
tronLle asflinb'!C8 in some plureH,
with i lie teht ut intention", no doutrt,
weiopisn aad putjlithtng ro'olu
tioiwiondi-mnirg Jay Gould. These
thing' d d n good ; on the ctn'niry,
ihsy virt injurious. In thu ssUU
in nt of tr mbliM it betrmea the duiy
of the Kio miv llaard t) rreet evfry
loitv sod s"i eerywlio;o. Whi e ttcy
i re d( ing this tt ey must not be ham
pered by tt u ac ioi i f thcno who do
not ktow what iheir tu k is. Keep
quiet, let yjur oilicers do their bear,
and iftou cannot find a way to ail
them, do cot letird their piogrem.
It aoluti i silo not prsveot 'and ateal
iig.B'oik watjrmg or gambling in tbe
ie :HHiiies of life. If 1 ha1 my mind
iinda up to rjb a bank a", mid
night, a itriig ot lesilutirns aa
lung fs the mo al law protest
ing fguitst my coQicnipla ed ic'.ion
would not it lluence me a panicle, but
if some interested party would take
ttie trouble ti ttudy up the question,
and wou d inform himself a to my
riiriit tu rob the bank, and noun
smnd guard at the door of the vault, I
wou d net tobit at midnight if li did
h sdnty. What we wain from every
mml r is not gush tr windy resolu
tions about cur lights. We know we
have rights without passing resolu
tions. Men who think, studv and act
are required. The General As embly
sill niHHt in i oscial session on the L'otti
ol Mav. in thecity of Cleveland. Fiom
the receipt of t"iialeltr you must not
itilreiui anv communication to mo,
7 nc r need yon expect an nwer if you
do. I have tnouranua oi leuesiueu
up around me now, and they neve
can be read, much lee answered, by
one man. During and since
my illness the mail delivered at
my honss exceeded 400 letter a
day. They com fiom every bo Jy and
everywhere. I must play tbe part of
wheel-hrrM inktaad of leader of a
omit movement, and our own mom
hare era teanonaible for it. I asked
through the Journal that no one send
letter to me. I am told by tome to
get help. If I had fifty assistants it
would do no good, lor It taxis my
whole time toresd one-nail ol tee let
tan. and in the middle of mr work I
am wait don by Bome committee, who
sensrallT misrepiewnt me after they
leava, for every member of th com
mittee will tell a different i tirv. From
now until the General Assembly meet
I will receive no rommittee ; answer
no letter. I must formulate a plan
for (lis future, and will not be inter
fered with. Let me reptat, 1 will re
ceive no committees, anawer to let
ten: nor will I gi anywbore at
the rcquoH of members of assemblies.
Tui U imperative. 1 must have a
chaocato do something of bent tit for
tbe o do-, and I cannot do it if I am to
sit for eighteen hours a day leading
loiters which have been aniwereil and
re-answered in the Journal and C( inti
tut or. What I will say to the Gen
era! Assembly will benefit tbe entire
order, and you mutt glv m time to
We have had some trouble frim
drinking momheis and from men who
la k about buvinu guns and dyi amite
11 the meu who pus tees money enough
to huv buds ajd dvnnmlte wO'ild in-
vet it iu the porcuis-iof scum well
selected work on labor, they would put
the monev to arood use. Thf y will
never use the gun or dyramite in ti ll
oountry. It m my opinion that thw
man who does not etuny tno pniuics oi
the naticn and the wars ol
our wou's would make but litilrf
nc of a r fla. lhe man who ennnot
vote intelligently, and who will not
watch the mm he votei for after he ia
elected, camot be depended upon to
use either gun or dynamite, n tue
bead, the brain of man cannot work
oui ine prouivm iiuw ui.iiit'ii-.ni)i
bit band a!ou will never toive it. it i
kill my enemy I alienee him, it la ti u i :
but I do not oonvinc him. I would
irak a convert rather thanatorr
of my enemy. Men who own capi al
are not onr onamie. li mat tntorv
held good the workman tvday would
bs th enemy ct hi fellow taller on
the morrow, fur after all It 1 how to
acquire capital and how to use it prop
erly that wa are endeavoring to learn.
Ko, me man vi capiiai i noi dkh
arily tha enemy cf th laborer. Oa
th contrary. thy mutt all be brought
closer together. I am well aware that
some extremis!! will say I am
advocation a weak plan, . and
aav that bloodshed and de
struction of nropertv alone will
olvathe problem. To our drink
ing memper I extend toe casa oi
klndniB. I bat tha us to. which
ram has been pat, but it it my duty
to loach down and lift uo the mas
who baa fallen a victlnt to tha use ol
liauir. If there such a man within
th ound oi tn secretary voice
when thi is red I at bim to ataoa
eieotonthe tiuor of tbl ambly,
rate his voice to heaven, and repeat
with m tbea word: "1 m a Knight
ot Labor. 1 bHv that every man
rbould b free fiom the car of lv
ery, whether ti tlavtry appear la
the ahapa pi m'lnopoiy, nury or in
temperance. Tn firmest link in th
chain of oppression is th one I f rg
when I drown mannoMl and reaatia
in drink. No mat can to1) m of the
bainmvGolhaa giran munieeI
ana a party to tha theft. If on mo-
m a lo get u nee cr inattention to
dutv whiU drunk bring deft at to tha
least rf lbor' plus, a lifetime cf at
tention to duty alone can repair tbe
lom I promise nvrcia to pat my
e t in each position."
W hT,throogb tome nnfoitanat
tni uorloT'an tuiK. incurnd ti n
tn tr f irvr-ial t'U'lts nnlnrs. Whilx
1 an fl.id no m ue lor ihe nntnauly
ttaoK maile oi" n ns by iiii ol Uirsw
m-oo'e at a tiun wmn e an"d fac
to lure w th m"t porp'vx ii( qnt'S-
:iou. itn t er curl I snv cool re-
,i d wt y there si) ul I I e a y cms
( r a (jiiB'ie1. W rouh lave ro
ilarlii w between Ihn u o oi IbVh'h
riny. If 1 hui t 'aianiMil ibotr-mbl
I ft. nd teade at a momett' nctic to
mak way for any on cf my rivals
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL TUESDAY. MAY 11. 1886.
whom tha General Aasembly may
I'.reak tbpowerof Knights of Labor
and you band labor bound hand and
f rot cvr to it enemita. Yeais ago I
extended an invitation to men of
all trades to become a rtirt and
parcel of the Kninbti of Labor.
To-day I eUnd leady to mak ev
ery boncrable conrstion, to do every
thing in honor to bring about a better
feeling between trades unions and the
KngLts of Labcr. At the ppc:hI
ms non of the General Amou'1!"
entire trouble can and imiHt be ti l.
If mistakes have been made the?
inn t be r-cti.i: if wronfS bavebw n
iLtlicted thty mutt be rinhted, but
there is one thing that will not b
done while I stand at the bead of tt i i
o'ganiritiou it wH not be usd io
further the scLcmes of itdividnala,
chq ies or parties, snd it will be sub or
dinate lo to oilier organisation on
earth. t. v iowikkly.
Ocneral Muter Workman.
TBK BXUTXMENT OVKB LAUOB TBOUKLKS
this mornirg was principally confined
to the lumber district. In toat sectn n
great crowds t ssembled at an early
hour tos'e whether any tt me oiu
hacdi in Uis yards a ,d planing mil
would return to wcrr. a ong a ue
Inland avenue and Twenty-secrni
eiraet the sidewalks were rntd with
men and a botvy pa'rol cf policeueu
weie oo hand to quill any ditturbante.
lhe only mill tu s art up was tuai oi
P. Wohleri; Co. Hers eigh.y men
went to woik at eight hours with nme
Xhomaa K. Ly n put some ci wa
teamitsrs tn wo k, hut as they are em
ployed by th mouth, thecircums:anoe
did not ait 'act much attention.
Later in the morning all tbe sash,
door and blind fai toriea in the district
st ai ted up. About 1500 men weit to
work. Iney will get nine coor. pay
for tight houra' work. 'I ho planing
mill men said they would stare up,
but could no', aa they ara dependent
on the lumber yards for mateiiul.
All the railway ia the city resumed
operations this moraine, and are ac
cepticg and taring for a'l freight
oflfj-jd without limit, lhe situation,
bowevir, as a fleeting th Irefgtit
handlers Is (li ill unsettled, and Lai de
veloped unexpected plana. lhe
lial imora and Ohio set Us men at
work this morting. conceding tbtm
an eight-hour working day with nine
hoars psy. ine lreyrv.-iumaurs ti
this read have not been acting in con
cert with the other city freight
handlers snd gained their victory by
independent uegotia'im with the
company. It is not known what effect
this concwaion win neve upon tue
other roads. A committee of the
striking frelght-bandltrj of the Chi
cigoand NorthweMern read called
upon tbe ouicieis iuis mornirg ana
expiessed a desire lo return to work
on the old basis. Tbe company re
plied that the men bad been given
iull notice to return to work, but had
failed to do so. As s const quence the
company bad had its baslntsiserioas
ly interfered with, and had besn at
trouble and ex pec si in procuring new
men. These mm filled tha entire
working quota of tue company, aad it
had no places to offer tha men who
had son oat on tae suite.
commit'e of the ttriklng freight
handler called on Agent Ba s of th
Fjit Wayne road thi morning to ef
fect a settlement. They intimated to
him that all tht old men mast b
tsktn back or none would go to work
Ha aoawared th committee w th a
refusal to agree lo such ttrma snd said
tba, h would discharge none ot the
Imported men who wished to s ay. A
centals among the new men latsr
bowed tbat a g)od many of them
w'shed toretu n Looae. They will be
furnished wi.b transportation and old
nana taien in tneir piace ii isiry
wish to work.
Tho Wabash stnkers were not Bed
that they would have to a rco to quit
tbe Freight HandlirV Uoim. Tuey
agreed to do ao nd kit ri turned to
work, but some were put in other ae-
p:r.ments and tin new moa weie re
The L-usvil o, New Albany and
Chicago refund to take back its od
men. The company sail they had a
fall complement of new men and
would nut discharge them, lhe Bint
era lf ', very much dejected.
The Giand 1'iuok t ok back all its
men. Uue hundred out ot tae liu oi
i ha Illinois Gen'ral striki rj responded
to the cumtauy's notica tbat after this
morning none ol them would he taken
back and return a to work, lhe
places of the ot'ier a,e filled w 1 h im
poitod men who will not bo dis
cha'gtd, tho otliiiils lay, under any
clrcu instances. Tho old pay and tho
old hours will obtain in the frjlglit-
All the fieigl.t-bandli ri win struck
at the Mich gan Central ire glit-houte
went back to wcrk this morning.
When fie ceTiuiit ecfl'cd on tho
Ch ctgo and Alton thev wrra told i hat
nine of ike t i kt s would be ie -employed
The Like Shorn s r mm
wr all rti(.s:attd at ths old rate tf
'he fl'ty men who war mpioyd
at lb umcoBO ana Atian ie iregni
bono wrr very much ileasd tui
mo-nirig when ti agett Informed
tbem ihy could return to work; oa
the m cooditions as brlor they
stru k- The new man wer told they
toald atsy li tbry wish'd.
At the Ubtiaira ana Eatisrn 11 inois
frigbt boas five man only of th
trikT wr taken back. Twelve
wr paid tiff and rlisclarged. The
ta'.tar, th nt U'd, wer lb nun
whaiaiwd dla'orbano a fsw day
ago and wnnld not be taken back oa
A LI awl ah Irtak.
Licom. Nib-' Mt 10. Patrick
Kgao, president of thIrlh NaUon!
Lgn of America, last vniDg for-
warjea in following caoi to nr.
Te Charla 8. Paraell, Leadea :
Th rtpment of tbe Standard,
GWx, Daily Tdeyraph titi L Jma
QattUe, charging onr countrymen with
Instigating Socialist riot in Calcaaro,
ar nnloudd lib). Hot aingl
I ishspaa wa among th Anarchists,
while mot of tboa who f:l dfeod
Irg th public order wer of oar na
tlooality. Tbli'Utcat videnc ol
malic- on in pari oi ine r.oguea
nm ba ereatly helped oar cans
among th American rop
AT hT. LOUIS.
MeeUaer r th. Aeareklala
St. Lotjis, Mo . M 10 Th An-
arohists of tlU city, wbo namber
ahnnt 100. hi Id a met tin vetrday,
and afur indu ging in severnl of their
uual locei'uiarv speeches aanprea
meo iilinna chanrini th Dolii-e f Col
rman witn Inmnlii ir on th fiOcdott
" - - - i n ' .
nl ihn urAim. a t'a'iiiii lhe property
tho snrkinuninn ninHre ana Wliu
mat s angl tr; indorsinx tlx action of
thfir hrolhi rs in CI iosio.d-nruncirg
thepuliceof thattity f r kiUum d
fiiDstlnFa cmkmen. unlawfully brrak
inn no their meetinnand confiscating
their paprn and the.r itt-ni oa to
ertulate their brothers tf Chkao and
to npbold the red flag, th atandard of
freedom, eqnali y and brotherhood.
Tbe Hocialiats alee held a meeting
aad adopted seme resolatioas of a vrry
mnch milder character, however, the
chiaf point ol wbich was tbe atribu'
iog ol tbe riot in Caicacototba tecei t
nae of tbe mi itia by the Governors cf
Illinois and Wisconsin.
Tbe t'ltjr Well l-rotrrtPd Ainlnst
Cincinnati, 0 , :t;iy 10 Willi 2000
armed nul tu cm nnipHl within six
miles (f lu-re, 0 United 8:ates
trcopsatthe Niwport barracks, and
nearly 400 extra t o!ice on dmy, the
auihorities here foit toleiaMy weil a;.
sired that tlere w mid b no out
break on tbe part of s'r keis or social
ifH here yestirrdiiy, and if there was
they were coifiderit of thi ir ability to
quell it t once, bat to outbreak or
even a hint of one occurred. The
weather was bright snd pleasant, and
the streets wr crowded, tut the
Kabbath ended withe ut any disorder
whatever. Tin re wa s-aice'y as
much drunkeniieaa aa usual on Sun
day. No meetings were anuonccsd
or held, and th ra was abeolntely no
occasion wherein the presence of
Uonsioald be tf ary avail. The or
derly demeanor of tie siriktM thus
farbes commmdfd le-pect, ard, with
the absence of biit ?r feelings beiwaen
eaopljyo s and eiupb yee, oae gnat
d nger ia rarnovd.
The situation here is decidedly more
h lpeful to-day, under the shadow of
toe strong mil tary f roe at the Fa r
Ground, aid its uame t y tbe Mayor's
proclamation tui.t all who desire to go
to wo k to-doy thoald have ample
piot-ction. Mu:h of tbe wild fear
tbat his hitherto ld many doubtful
woikiugmen to g with their fellows
is gone. ST'et repairing bs been re
turned A la'g- numbar cf the work
in in furnituie fiitiries sre again at
work. Where new men are hired
they are not moles'ed, and oa every
hand the led ca'ioiiS are that the
strike is growing lees and less formid
able. The fnriiitare raacuuemrers
have fettled the ques ion of an ad
vance in wr g t. Tney will not ad
vance. Carriage mannfuctuie s hr.ye
made mora or lats concessions to thiir
man, ami work is teiog resumed to
day under the rew arrangements. No
body now anticipate any ccllision or
violence, and tue hope is that within
a faw days all tiouule will be amicably
Tlio eyes arc always hi sympathy with
llio body, and iifl'urd an excellent Index
of Its condition. When tho eyes become
weak, and the I UN iiiflunicd and sore, It Is
an evidence tliut the system bus become
disordered by Scrofula, for which Aycr't
fiarsaparllla is the best known remedy.
Scrofula, which produced a painful In.
fluiiiitmtiim hi mv eyes, caused me much
ult'erliiK for a number of years. Hy the
advice of a plivsician 1 coiiunenccd taking
Ayer'a SarHiipnrllla. After uning thia
mvdlcluc a short time I was completely
My erca are now in a splendid condition,
mid 1 am a well and slroiii.' a ever.
Mrs. William (iae, Concord, N. H.
' For a number of years I wns troubled
with a liumor in mv eves, and was unable
to obtain any relief untrl I commenced
ualng AVer's Samiparilla. Thla medicine
ett'eeted aeomnlete cure, and I believe
It to Ihi tbo best of blood purillera.
f. K. I pton, Aiibliun, , 11.
V mm etilldhnod. and until within a few
month", 1 linvo been ntnlctefl with Weak
and horo Kvca. I have used for tliese
complaintH, with beneticial rcsulls. Ayer's
Biirsnpurilla. and consider it n great blood
plirlher. -lira. V. I'liliups, uiuier, i.
T iifTered for n renr with InftamniS'
linn iu my left eye. 'Throe nleers formed
on tho ball, deprivlni; me of slirlit, und
caiisluir treat imln. After trying many
other remedies, to no purpose, I was flnallr
induced lo uso Aycr'a Sarsaparllla, and,
throe holtlei of this medicine, have been
entirely cured. Jly siflit lias been rc
stored.'aiul there ia no i.'U of inlbiiiinin
tlon, sore, or ulcer in in v eye. Kendal
T. Itowen, Sugar Tree Itidge, Ohio.
Mv dnnsliter, ten years old, wns afflicted
Willi Scrofulous SoVo Kycs. iMiriug tiio
last two years she never saw lfelit of nny
kind. I'livsieians of the liiihest stiinditig
exerted their skill, but with no pei iiuineiit
snceesi. On tho rceomini'iiilalioii of a
fiieinl I pinvhiiM'd a bottle of Ayer's Sar
saiiai'illil, which inv daughter eoimiicnced
takiiif.'. Ilcfoi-o slio had used the third
bnlllo lier slht w as restored, mid she can
nuw look sleadlly ut a brilliant llk'ht with
out pain. Hit cure is complete. W. K.
(Sullieiliiml, t.vangelisl, Mieiuy v.uy, ivy.
I'reiwred ly Ir. J. C. Ayrr k Co., I.onrll, Man.
Sold by ill lHuiigUU. 1'rlce 1 ; ala botllea, i.
' Forty Tear a Safferer from ,
WONDERFUL TO RELATE.
TOR POltTT YIAB8IaaTbeeaylo-
tlm to CAIARKU-thr-fortha of the time
m "ufferer from KXCKUCUTINrt PAINS
AOK088 MY FOKbliKAD AMD MY NOS
TRILS, the iaehrtea were eo offentire
that 1 heti:ete to aentioa It, eie.pt lor the
rood it nay do some ether eaferer. I heye
apent roast fortune from my earnlnra
4urln mm tntrtw veare of u8erin. to obtain
relief Iroaa tbe doctor. I have tried. aaient
Badielnea enrr one 1 could lear. or treia
ids rour eoraera or vo r.a, win
And Al LAST (ST. years ei1...)
witk a ranedy that baa cured aae enlireiy-
J.B.....al. I W.ltfh.d 12h nODDda.
and new .irh 14e. I need thirteen bottlea
of the nwdleiee, aad the paly rearetl iaye
la. that tela, la tee aumoie waiaa ei a
may nut have Infleeer to prerail oa all ea-
Urrk enlererf to aae what has cured me
Gulnn's rioneer Blood Bencwtr.
" Ko. Wl eecond atreet, Macon. Oa."
"Wr. n..M Theyea. tha wtller of the
aHne. formerly of Crawford county, now of
Maeoa, Oa., merit! the ronfldenc. or ail In-
Ureated in eetarrB. y . A. u-' r r.
" Ei-Mayor of Maoon
i l li.RB
FLESH PRODUCER & TONIC
liulon's Pioneer Blood Renevrer.
Curei all niood and Skin Diteanen. Khenma
t an. Scrofula, Old Sorea. A perfect bprinf
If not in your market, it will be forwarded
on receipt ol priv. mw.h.uium,,!,,",.
Kay on Blood and Skin Direaeea mailed
MAIOSI HEBIC1NK a'OWPAWT.
7j..ii.i.t "-n a -a
GROCERS, C3TT8N FACTORS
nml 202 Front
I RA'iK F. W0CDS.
Harness, Saddles, Ipricultural
UEOICGIA COttlXIMEO COTrO. A.l COBS I'LASIIill.
333 Necond Street,
(SPCUKNIORTO SIACUDI HOUfOS)
Old Stand, No. 9 Union St., Memphis.
Cotton Factors and Wholesale Grocer
Front St., Memphis, Tenn.
HILL, FONTAINE & GO.
Cotton Factors, Commission Llerchanh
Wo. HO South Hain St., St. Lonls.
A. TACOARO c& Co
WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS,
NOS. 78 AND WO PBONT STRJ!T
A Valuable Patent.
Danny's (Uone l orn ! Pe Finn.
HAVING perfected my Inrention, I wir-h
to pliiee it before the public, epeotally
miinuiacturcra. Aa a Corn Planter, It ia
perfect mceeMopem tbe drill, dittnbute
the aeed arc rately, nniniured, and oover
the aame, theroLy one man performlni the
work of three, llie. have been uwd in
thiaaeotlon fororer a dotnD yeara with per
feot aatitfaction. Can siva reapoc aible teiu
JOHN 11. DAKCT.Dancyrllle,
HaTwnnH innntT. Tenw.
w(V4. Ilium mt'ti
k'trYeftSift tiiinttt nrHr print'l. now rnadr.
1 ta I U ti irwm
mil Stjleot OlBce Library
imim over w fBw. '"K--
Deaka, Tahlea, Vhalra,
' Book Caaei. Lounuea.
Letter Preaaea, Cabinet
The OrlKnI Owly Oemnlia.
Bate and alwaya Reliable. Bewareot "
l .Imitatinna. IndmpenaaDieio a.-m
your uranwiea lor - uirur-,rr .
KdiIi- "and Uke no other, or inclone .0
(aUmpe) to ua for partieulare ill Larraa by
.-inrn mall. ). raraa, tu-
rhenlrr a h.mtrail .,
41 Mitellawaa awur.
THAUtt supplied by OKO. C. GOOD WIS
v neiewia airara,
9 fL8J I H
HI! IK tf a I. u
i - . S . ifTV 'I
Ie located In one of the moat charmior and
healthy wciiona ot the country, newly luruiahed
and fully equipped wiih every coovenieace lor
tbe application of all recogniied nwthode of.
treatmenl; Maasare, Eleetncity In all loraaa,-Aero-lberapeuilca.lnbalalioo.aod
Hatha ol all
kinda. Recreation and Amuscmenia muaicala,
lectures, indoor frames, iawa tennia, croquet,
driving-, boatinf, (uiiing, etc Unsurpassed ad.
vania-ei (or lovalida and tooae seeking rest aad
relaxation; pure air. perfect ventilation and
seweraire.steam beat, good water, auperior table,
and avaeral springs. Opew all the year. For
Annouoccaicni, whick conuioa elegant cula of
scenery and eirrt much ueelul inlormatlon,
address the Superintendent. P. D. PIKRCK.
M. D. Uniow aftKr,a, Cayuga to.. N. V.
Mwrpapem sad estimates o toe aeeVof ad-
vertUins. The alvartiaer who wantj toapend
ene dollar, fin da in It the information be re
anirea.bile far him who will invest one
hat.drsd thouiand dollara la advsrtisiag, a
ashen.e lat adicated whioh will tk
every reuuUetnent, or can be made to do ae
by alight ensure eauy arrive. j
epondnnee. One hundred and rty-hree
editions have been iaa.sO. Bent, Pfatpaid.
to any addreaaior ua osn ul. Apply to
P. ROKLL Co., N KWSPAHty AD
VKKTI6INH BURKAO,le.ruesat. (PriBt-
ne Hnn.e fqaars
. im ,H HO rfa-
,TsntuiwrHl Kmiiviy dtei".nt ir.-m
ill olh-r. IVrlnl Rrmnrr. on nini or
.V'lar vah r.a.a ennrt,irl 1ur-usn.tanioo. 1JT.J.
Sv.i mioi.uN.V andhundtnl.trfn'ra rm
MAUntTIO ttAs. THUSSCO. 311 N. .gthatjt. touia.
D" EMOCRATS TO TUB FROST Ter avS
lieraoua aeeking tiovernment Euil
rloyment in any ot the department" as
Waahinstoo, or any other po'i'ina nndei
tbeUoverainent.I willeesd lull iuatrucliot.)
aa to bow to i.rcw! to obtain tbeaane,
and lUawk rrin.er ApHo"" tn
receipt ol One Dollar. Aaor-ea. J OHM
H. UL'stMU. LveuV-asaa. taatel, CmaswMrW
D J x 'V 'T - Ladies' Fancy Deaka. s
i;-'-,!yC2B Flneet Oooile aauioweat
aaiw- ' U price. Onarantwd. Camion
B H li 'in 1
W. C. SW00PE.
Implements and Machinery.
JOHN E. BAKDLE & CO., rilOPK'S,
98 Second St. Memphis, Torv
F0)UXDERS & MACHINISTS,
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
i.uKtiie, Iloilera, NawmlllM,
ItruiIIord Com and Wheat Mill4.
Cotton rreua, Cotton tiitif.
Nballiut;, FHlIey. ..
HPKCIAI. ajoriOK Wa oraprf iar4 to All orderi,
rn ...... ootic for th tela rawrt aawlHrt Falml
H'ronicl'i- Pulle. W, carry io atook orar
Two Hundred Morr.i , a.
-.Si.iid for C.r1r.ii nd PHi--llr.
BAY STALLION, alar, loft hind ankle
and riaht hind heel white. Foaled May
6, 1881, by Coy er (aire of Al.ath, three-year
1J . F rat dam Maroli 8.. by
Will arna'a Wambrlno (aire of thy dam of
Santn-Claue,2:17K); aecond dam ea vuam
of Clemmie .. reco d 2:15V4, Poat Boy
n.nA a ha Rtnn.r 2;24. hv Rorkley hd-
in Viorreeili third dam by Mambrino Chief
(aire of Lady Thorn, I2:18V4): fourth datn by
ii - v.l. AlthHam hv Ttnlivari flxthdaui
by Blackbnrn'i Whip: aeyenth dam by Comet
high, and maarnificontly proportioned. He
hia never been handled for speed, but can
show a 2:40 arnit with iwo men in a bug.y.
Waa brod and Mined by J. C. MoKerran 4
n Jl.niriAUr. n.ar l.ntltlivil Ie. KT.. and
iol'd at a two-year oid for U'OO. Oiithbert
will be allowed lo ferve 2S approved maroa
thia aeaaon. tervioea, twenty-nve taioj uo
lar. caah. Can be .eon aioar r. o.
UivkiiT loaue A victim of vouthfuliiuurudnao.
eau.ina I're mature ueoay. nnrvoua iouin
Hanbobd. to., baring tried In vain every know.
which h w.l! .r , KKKK to bu fellow-eofff rera
Aattrcan J.U-KJiKVKb.3Un:.i.namoijww or
Probate Court Sale Heal Estate.
No. 535, R.D -In the Probate Court of Sh'l-
by County, Tenn. r. J U iieii, auuiiuia
TY virtue of a decree for "ale, entered in
l ki. nu on A nrlt 27. 1886. minute book
ia. naiea lal, eto , I will sell to the nigneai
bidder, at public auction, in front ol the
court-houie door, on Main street, on
I.I.mI.. Maw 1. IMS.
within legal boura, the lotlowing deaoribed
real eaute.to-wtt: a certain iwa or p.r
ui .r i.nrf. altnaUd in Memohia. Tenn.
tha waat aide of Main atreet
and running thence north 37!i (eeti thenos
1 148 leet to uenior ausyi lo.nc. mum
ng aatd alley 37'-, feet to a a take, and
.KAniAU. UK IMI U IM WtWUl IIIUIQI.
aaid I' t ia the eoath half of lot No. f3, and
la altuated at the Intertection o- the north
.1 J. f Ka A rat all., tnulh of Bntl DSral Isl
with Overton street with Main atreet. Thi
aaid isle will be aubject tn right of home
atead ot Cath. Kile O'NeU in aaid real ea
Xrmi or ol U orraii oi ii
aawAanlria th linrnhaMifir to tlXeUt DOU With
"IT a jii . a rr
iut7nd -U Uid to Mwnr
T - w - . X?nMlis) if sail aa-aaa va
VBPesVaV VsirODBVV aUtltrajy. A" vi aw..-.
tioa barred. lhiarnl 27,,86,
.I-- 11 11. buiiban, viera.
By 0. L. McDonald, Deputy Cleik.
Wm. M. Randolph. Solicitor.
For i veara at w Court Place, bow tf
paramkianxaieMs , ... r--- i
f i. .i if.ua aa mta. anal a u aa
. - w.
Br )iiUrS.''; QoBorraew.
fttEET. o rsal, lr.ia. If aayww.
. TV aiivi- ti.seita.ntU iu
ikViaawa ,a at-u,vrral
rnrew Ona.rsntMd Im avll C
Of am pafaa. " aay wifm. w"w w
aaa II, S-atf a
Old Point Comfort, Tirginia.
TKRMS for Ihe soasnn of Id . beginn'ng
June 1st. reduced Vi fo 0 per cent, but
the highest atandard of exoellonoe main
tained. . , .
tnd fo? illustrated dercripttve pamphlet
F. y. PIKE. Manager.
iuB krtif tn 'f" 1 ' 'M fW. Ad
mi. I). S. JOHNSCLVS
So. 17 Jp?tsm Street.
(Betwafn Main and Kent.) VKill'UIS.
! l'tnr,iithd lo ISiVi.l
DR.JOHNXIN i-acknowle.lH'Jbjr ull i.ar
tie inrerfied a- by far liia uiot f ue
ceiaful pliTfiician iu thotrea'Dieutof private
or fecret Uie:iei. Quick, eruaiicnt cure
Iuiiranteei in every cjue, tuu.lv or ferrule.
Lucent ctte. (f tionnrrhe, and Byphilia
cured in 1 dasa without the an ut mer
cury, chanire ol' diet or hindrance from
LuiineMi. becondiiry 6yi hilis, the lut Tea
tine eradicated without the use of mercury.
Involuntary Iom of worn stefid in fhort a
time, buflereri from impotency t lo of
eiulp en ret"r ti tree viur in a few
week. Virtimaofa e-abute aud eiceeaire
reoery, rutfori"g from rirmatorrhea and
loisof ihjsicel nd mental power, epeedily
and permanently cured. Particular atten
tion puid to the Iieuea of Women, and
turei (UHrnnteed. Pileu od old aorea cured
without tbe uae of canftic or tha knife. All
ccnuultationa atrictiy cnufidential. Medi
cine rem by axpresa to ail parte of the
r-WorltIn?men cured at half the niaal
ratea. Offioa hoare from 8 o'clock a.m. to tf
o'clock p.m. l. ri. J O U NSON. M.l.
riiOUATE tOURT SALE
Iu the Town rcolllerrlllr, Tn.
Ko. (112, B. P. John Loamie, Public Admin
ietratorof Sbolby county, m u anch Ad-
uiuiMUator ol aire. r..
M. bleckley. de-
rn.,1. v.. Mhovia A. rireniiiin et al.
BV virtueof decree fora.le entred here
in, Apnl'iT, ISto, I will oiler for atle.
at pnbiio auolion, at LOLLIMI VlL.i.fc,.
Kalanlay, May SB, 18N6.
within lean! houra, the following described
real estate, to-wit: ...
I. A certain lot ooniamne; tnree ara ona-
half OS) acrea in the Tenth c; vil Diatnct
of bbelbv county, loan., in tha ueiiibbor
hoodof Bray'a Station: Bnuuded on the
nortu by tne Mnte-ima rota; on tne ecuin
by tbe M. and C. Railroad; on the ea.t by
tne Inn da ol P. M. Ward, and en the west by
ihel.ndaof K. Rend
Ann tbe following lota in the town of Col
liervilie, eibelby county, Tenn. :
11. Avaeimtlit ironing on tne wen nae
' the publio park, rnuth ol tbe lot owned by
. J: Inrtiit. and beins one hundred UOri)
let by a dnt th of one hundred and twenty
ill. A vacant lot on ine eouio aiuo oi c nmi
treet. beainning about one hundred and
'urtv 114111 'eotwe.it of tha inttraeotion of
Front atreet with tbe opening we't of the ,
public fiuare, having a front ol one hun- ,i
0 rod end reventy-four ftet by a depth of
about two bundr d and twenty (220) leet.
IV. A vacant lot on the -t aide of Main ',
atreet, thirty by aixty (3uxt30( lee . lying be- "
tween lbs property of Geo. x. Jilair and P.
V. A vacant lot on the Tet aide of Main
atreet. beiinning about one hundred and
fifty-eight 068) leet north of the inta ection
of Front and Main elreeta; thence lorth
twenty (2U) leet, with a depth of one hun
dred and aixty (160) feet, running aouih at
risht ang'ea with the auuih line of laid lot
'- . i i a i . 1 1 m
trdm a point one uunurou anu iwrniy wi
fmtweitof the beginning point, adittance
of fjft.-eight (58) feet, until it joina with lot
No four W). fronting on Front atreet.
VI. A certain lot commencing nn the
noithweat corner of J. W.aqd W.l). Koen'e
lot, in the town of Collierville, deeded to
them by Leake and Irby; running thence
north thirty (30) feet to aatakei thence east
aixty (60) feet to a atake; thence aouth thir
ty (Mil feet to a atake to tha nortbweat cor
ner ot (aid lot of Koea'at thence we t aixty
(60i feet to tbe beginning point.
vil a lot known aa ths Orchard lot. de
scribed aa: Beginning at the northeast cor
ner of lot no 0, en a range oi lou norm oi
public iquare and ogpoaite the M. ana C.
H.R.I therce north two hunoredend teven
feet aix (W4 inohea to a a eke; trence weat.
two hundred and twenty (220) feet in J. K.
Wsdding'a cut boundary! thence routh
two hundred and aeven leet aix (207X' incbaa
ton (take, whioh if the nortbweat oorner of
John Lyueh'a lot No. 11; thence e.it two
hundred and twenty (v20) leet to the begin
ning, containing, by estimation, a little over
one acre. Book 72, page 642.
Vllt I'Ot jo. one vil, tony vwi it. or
one hundred (100) leet, In a range ot lota
Not, 1 to 11, on the nerth aide ot lhe iU' lio
iti at re or park, purchaaed from V. Leake
September 24, 1867, and recorded in Regia
ter'a office ot dhelby county, in nook Mo. 62,
Vai" Lot No." 2, forty (40) by one hundred
flixi) feet, in a range of lota Moa. 1 to 11 on
the north aide of the public rquare or park,
purchased from V. Leake, December, 18ri7,
and reoorded in the reginter'a cilice of Shel
by county, in book No. 65, page 476.
X Lot No. 4 (and part of l-.t 3v, forty 4!r)
by one hundred (UIO) feet, and part of lot 3,
eight (81 by ooe hundred ('00) leet, weft of
and adjoining lot No. 2, in a lange of Iota
No. 1 tJ 11, on the north aide o lhe publio
park or rqure. On thia lot, 4S10i) lert, are
two brick Btoiehouaes, on whuh thei i a
trust deed of record. ISule subjec to the
riKnta of the mortgagee.)
At- Lntflo. O, loriy tu; oy one uuriureu
(VO) lent, woatot and a joining lo. So 4,
above doscribed, and ti-urteon (H)fielnx
(6) inches of lot N... 6 we;t nf HLd auj iiuing
lot No. 5. Tikis ia the lot on which Jlrs. K.
HI. Blocley res ded "t tbe tiraeot her deuth,
being Of. y four (M) leet Bixincheeby one
hundrrd (l(i) loel i oue-sto-y name sou
iinprovetneiita. Book 83. pge 2.'d.
XII. Lot No. 9, lorty (40) by one hundred
ll(lo) leet. in a rango of Iota on the north ide
of tbo inblio park or rquare, record ooox
No. oi), pnrt i, puges aoi-o ioi inmnus
tho west fide of the publio rrk, beginning
lorty-eigi't (48) feet aoulh of Kront street,
lying totween the lot of J. K. Waddy on the
north and T. J. Morria on the south, being
forty-eight by one hundred and twenty I48x
1211) leet. having two (2) two-story brick im
provements and also one (1) small tenement
of wood. Upon thia lot there is a trust deed
oi record, ba o subject lo the riahts ot tbe
A? perYaid decree, I will first sell said un
improved property, or so aiu-li thereof as
may be necessary lor tbe lajment of the
debts and cha ges, and Mate, county and
municipal taxes against aaid estate: end In
the event raid unimproTed property doa
g. t reams sufficient, then I will offer said
improved property for s.le for 'he iauieut
of the remainder of said debta, cj.u.
ehar.es and tarn. Tbi deeree la mad.
without prejudice to tbe claims of oreditorg
second by mortgage or trust deed, and the
right of the estate in properly embraced ir
aui h murUege or traa deeds thell b. laat
Bold in oase a sale thereof becomes neces
sary tn pay the debta allowed.
At the time of the sale the guardian, M.
Oava, may direct the oruer in which tbe
differen lots or traets may be sold, eao.pt
that tbe nviKaaaed property ia lo be laat told
Terma of Bae-Ona-fur'h W eaah. one-
fourth (V.) on Decu ber 27. 1M6. at d one-
half C4) on Decem'xaT iJ. 187i purcnaser w
eiecutenotea with wpprovtd p-rsenat aecu-
r tefurtha unnald I .renaiaj inonor.
u i.;..i ..iKi urooertr o seo.re tl
o seo.re th.
. w. , . : i i l u..'
eTudtt U. CtiLLKN tierk.
n. n t. MTnn.ld. Il.nntv Clark.
John' Loague, W. D. Wilkersnn. H
vVarTlner and Albert Pua-gt, sellwfors. .
CURTIS k CO.
817 and 819
Ji. Second 8
Q AlifQ ENGINES
OiAVf O! DOILER&
LOGGERS' & RAFTERS'APPLIANCES
SAW AND PLANINQ MILL SUPPLIES
WWMTB FOn CATALOGCK. S
Ollica Pubic Administrator. Bhelby connty.
Cou'th'U e, Memihis. Ten"., M..y3
11110 und-rsigned h ving be.n sopointed
1 andau-i8-.l administrator of the . state
of J. U. e utiall. decea .d. t-ce is hereby
given to al1 pi-r.o .e tnd" ted 10 said ea.ate
to come fi.rwa.d nd a. Ml. and to i h. e U
whom raid estaba s nd bred, to .file the r
claims w th ire, duly pr. h.ud. wubix the
time pre.e ih-d by U - y rl h e sa;- will be
tortver barred. J"HN .'."(,L, E,,.