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OYER IHEC05TI5CED DEPREDA
IIOXS OF THE HOB.
Vmtuy Feelinr Prertlllif Throngh
at tie Metropolis Ertlmatfi or
Loudon, February 10. Noon. Thus
far tda there baa been no renewal
of rioting in thia city. A dense fog
prevaila and favors tbe congregatioa
cf roasha. Small crowds of loafers are
assembled on the slreet corners.
AN I'MCAiY Mil ISO THROUGHOUT THI
2 P. if. Col. Hendereon, the bead
of the metropolitan police force, bns
been in conference txinjr wun Air.
Childerg, Home Secretary, in rela
tion to the riots of Monday and
Tuesdaf. An uneasy feeline prevails
" throughout the mtt-opolis In conse
qaence the events of the past two
cirys. Hundreds of genuine working
men whe are oat of employment are
wandering ahoat Trafalgar square this
after-neon. They have a very dejected
ANOTHU MOB MARCUINQ TOWARD Till
3 P.M. News has just ben re
ceiveed in the city that a mob of
rongbs, which bad assembled at
Deptford, are marching toward the
city, and tbat they are smashing win
dows and wrecking the fronts of
Looses along the route. A panic pre
vails among the residents of tbat por
tion of the city which tbe mob Is like
ly to ti averse, and shop-keepers are
closing their establishments. Tbe
police and tioopa are in readiness to
prevent the mob from assuming the
proportions ol tbat of Monday, and
from committing similar excesses.
D1PBKDATION8 BY TBI MOB.
3:30 P. M. The Deptford mob has
reached tbe Hope Exchange, in
fiouthwark, nearly five miles from tbe
starting point of the march. Tbe mob
was enormously increased by constant
acceseions daring its progress norm.
All the shops along the route were
closed. Tbe destination of the Dept
ford rioters seeds to ba Trafalgar
Kanars. Tbe mob Is resting in South
wark, between London bridge and
BJackfiiar'i bridge. Tbe police have
hie n ordered to secure possession of
all tbe bridges Brauning the 1 names
and to reeiit all attempts on the rart
of mobs to cross. The police at this
tiour bold all tbe bridge approaches
aad ate preparing to reeitt an attack.
The authorities have warned all
tindesuen doing business in the Strand,
Cockspur street, Pall Mall and Regent
street to expect disorder to-night and
to Immediately close their shops and
to take steps to protect their property.
The West. End alrnidy has a funereal
appearance. The Dei ford mob on its
way toward the Tbe ms swung through
New Kent road and Newington cause
way. They backed several small shops
along the way. They eUpped at the
mammoth establiahtnant of Wm. Tarn
A (Jo. This establishment covers the
ground from uod including Noe. 5 to
21 on Mew Kent road and 161 to 173
Aewington causeway, and is devoted
tj trade in linen, silk, men's and
women's clothes, bents and shoes, car-
?eti, iioaware, bedding, furniture, l to.
be building was under police protec
tion, but the mob overran the otlicers,
sicked the the store, and when they
retired ielt tbe building bad ly wrecked.
IRTIMATW OK TUB DAMAGE.
The estimates hentofora made of
tbe losses inflicted by the mob on
Monday appear to have been greatly
too small The otllcial estimate places
the amount c f the damage at 80,000.
Tbe various Socialistic and labor re
form societies threaten to have a mon
ster denotutivMon at Hyde Park next
Saturday, to be attended by contin
gents of laborers from the country.
iShopa are being closed and barricaded
everywhere throughout the city.
OBGAMrtl) TO ATTACK STORES AND
5 P.M. The police have been in
formed that the Deplford mob is com
posed of a large number of roughs,
who have organizjd to attack city
emporiums and banks. Such stores
m remain open in the city at this hour
have their windows closed and barred
and are rcaly to close their doors at a
moment's notice. Uroups of anxious
people stand about in the itrettj,
discussing tbe aituatlun. Tbe news
papers are printing extra editions,
aad these are eagerly bought. At this
ho'ir the fog is increasing,
THK M0I1 Dlbl'EKSfiD.
0 P.M. The Deptford mob has dis
poned. The streets are thronged. No
conflict with the authorities has yet
-occurred. A Socialist meeting is to
be held this evening at Cumberland
At 5:30 o'clock, two and a ba'f
lours be lore tbe time announced for
Lhe atsemblage, over 1(X)U men were
.in the giound waiting to attend the
neeting. Tbe crowd was being con
stantly augmented by accessions from
Trafalgar Square. The cavalry fiom
Albany barracks and. large bodies of
policci have been ordered to remain in
readiness to preserve order at the
has been inaugurated to secure a
meeting of till the London members
of tbe llonse ol Commons, both Lib
eral and Conservative, to devise meas
ures for 'be immediate relief of the
distress in London. It is proposed to
have tbe meeting depute a stioug
committee to urge the Cabinet to ac
tion in tbe matter.
.JUSTING 0FWBST END TKADlaSlkN.
A meeting cf West End tradesmen
was held this evening for the purpose
ef giving expression to their indigna
tion at and want of conlklence in Ihe
'authorities for permitting the riot.
Mr. W. H. Sm "th, member of Parlia
ment, presided. Mr. Pickett stated
that the Iobs caused by the rioters
amounted to .Ci'OOO. Several members
of Parliament addressed tbe meeting.
Mr. Smith said he sympathized witb
genuine dittress. toe condemned,
liowever, the present mode of agitat
ing, and appealed to workman to re
sent the interference ol the Socialists
a detrimental to their own interests.
He said he bad seen Mr. Childers, the
Home Secretary, and had given him
notice that he would question the
irovernment on the subject in Parlia
ment. A resolution was adorned tn
send a memorial to the Home Serr- i
tary asking bun to receive a deputa-
tioi ol tradesmen lor a conference.
jecretary ot too unimployed workinf
men's organization, accuses the Social
ists of causing the recent trouble, and
layspaitof the blame on tbe police
otlicia's, wbo, he says, were perfectly
aware of the intentions of the Social
ists. Mr. Kelly on Monday distributed
liOOO circulars among tbe workingmen
urging p artful proceedings. He
threatens that nnlew the; police pro
ceed against the Socialists the work-
uiHunu lumuMMvnt win enaeator to
pnoiah them. Kelly had his eyee
blackned and was otherwise badly
braised In tbe fight yesterday.
The Standard this morning prints
the report of an interview with Hynd-
man, tbe foclalitt leader. . lie dented
tbat bad harvest or over population
were tbe causes of the distress pre
vailing among the workitfg people, be
cause simil ar social troubles existed
in America and France. The real
cause was universal the fact tbat
producers had no control over the
amount paid fir production. Ilynd-
man laid that he and his associates
would continue to bold labor meeting,
and there would toon be a demonstra
tion of East Knd tradesmen for tbe
purpose of agitating tbe subject of
compensation. Ihe only law on tbe
ur j m t dates from tbe reign of Edward
1, and is difficult ol application.
WAHSAKTS TOB THB ABRXHT Of TUB
Warrants have been iraoed for the
arreet of several Focialmt", believed to
have been leading spirits in tbe riots
Mondav. These warrants were placed
in the bands of the Scotia ad Yard de
tective, who expect to have the ar
rests all made by midnight.
TUB MEETING ABANDONED.
By 8 o'clock crowd that mini
be red many thoaaands gathered in
Cumberland Market. The lowest
criminal classes of London were rep.
resented by a strong contingent, in
tent npon ba-awtng and annoying the
police. At 9 o clock Ilyndman. Wil
liams and other Socialist leaders ap
peared, and were greeted with up
roarious sboate ot welcome, ihev
held a short consultation and resolved
to abandon the attempt to hold
meeting to night because, as tbey said,
tbe dense fog tbat prevailed prevent
ed weir distinguishing true, unm
ployed workingmen from loafers. Tbe
announcement was then made that
the meeting adjourned until Thurs
AS TUB CROWD SLOWLY DISPERSED.
cheering for the Socialist leaders, tbe
disorderly element again manifested
itself. Tbe police were leered at and
stoned, but easily drove their assail
ants from the grounds. Three nit
menti of cavalry and a battery of ar
tillery were connned in the barracks
an uuy, in readiness to sany out at a
moment a notice. Tbe vigorous action
of tbe police of Sauth London com
pares favorably witb the inaction of
the police at the Trafalgar Square
meeting Monday. Mounted conttv
bks, armed with cutlasses and revolv
ers, aseiitsd the police on foot in
dispersing mob cf 6000 near
Elephant Castle Tavern. A gratifying
feature was the fact that many small
tradesmen and numbers of bona fide
workingmen joined in sajliting tbe
police to repulse the rioteir, who,
dreading an encounter, quickly dis
persed. The police had been lr formed
early in the day of a conspiracy of
thieves inhabiting lodging-houses to
make South London the it trting-polnt
of a pillaging expedition. Precau
tions were accordingly taken ti pre
TUB PANIC H'lniDlNU.
Midnight. Tbe city is ouiet. The
crowds dlrappeared by 10 o'clock. The
streets are deserted and the -panic is
subsiding. The scare is witkwtit a
parallel in tbe history of London,
Tens of thousands of desperate men
gathered in the streets, and only
neeuea some one more reckless than
themcelves to commit the wildest ex
cesses. FOBEItiX FLASHES.
Bbhlin, February 10. The Ameri
cans, Baren, Jens, Jurgensen and Jes
sen have again been ordered to leave
tbe island of Foebr.
London, February 10. The reports
current Id England and America that
JUlen lerrv Is sutlerine from cancer
in the throat, is declared without lout.
CoriNiiAOBN, February 10. A royal
decree was promulgated, ordering
work tl be done on public improve
ments in order to employ mechanics
and laborers out of work.
Duiilin, February 10. The Earl of
auoiuvou, mo now jjuiu-uieuieiiBm,
and Mr. John Morley. the new chief
Secretary, have urrived here and been
quietly sworn into their respective
Bkloradk, February 10. Tbe Ser
vian uabmet at a special session to
day, presided over by King Milan, de-
ed to immediately purchase 60.000
ritles and i.5,000,000 cartridges. KiPir
Milan t-t rted for Nisea.
London, February 10 William E.
Forster, Liberal member of Parlia
ment for Bradford and ex-Chief Secre
tary tor Ireland, wbo for sometime
has been cooilned to his room by ser
ious illness, to-day suflered relapse,
and is sinking rapidly.
Cork, Februarj 10. The' Miyifler
Bank has issued a call for X2 per
share. At a meeting of the share
holders to-day resolutions were
adopted expressing regret that the
call win necessary, showing as it did
the depressed state of the country.
London. February 10. Mr. James
Anthony Fronde has written letter
declining an invitation to lecture in
Belfast on the Irish crisis. In it he
says that talking is of little use and
that the time for action is appi cach
ing. England as now asleep, but when
the state of anarchy in Ireland shall
have become intolerable she will
awake and do as she has done before.
Berlin, February 10. In the Reich
Blag to-day Herr Heun introduced a
motion, on behalf of the Conserva
tive, urging a fresh and searching in
quiry into the currency question.
Federal Commissary Schrant declared
that there no scarcity of coin in
Uermany, ami that the stock of gold
bore an adequate proportion to that of
Ualwav, February 10. Parnell, in
au addiessto Parliamentary electors
iu this city yesterdav, in resi onse
appeals to have his candidate wiih
drawn in favor of Lynch, native can
didate, used the following language:
"Having agreed to Eupport Capt.
O'Shra, we will not teviate a hair's
breadth from the course decided upon.
Capt. O'Shca will vote with the Irish
party. If he is delea'ed it will weaken
JIr..TH1ia'a Rctty.Srnl Illrlh-
Xkw York, February 10. The Sun
this morning says: "Samuel J. Til
den was seventy-two years old yeeter-
dav. His birthday found him in x
ceiient ncultu. He spent the day
much as he spends almost every day.
it is his custom to pass tbe morning
in his library reading newej apers .and
stcerward to turn to his books. Many
mewses cf congratulations, both by
mail and telegraph, were laid on bis
library table. Iu tbe afternoon he
rode a long distance northward from
Yonkers, and on his return slept for
a a hour, ai -is his custom. Many
neighbors called during the day. Mr.
Tilden has grown Btouter this winter.
Since latffall he has gained twenty
REYOLTIXU CA8E OF DEFBATITT
A White Womaa Kille by Her Xegrv
Lover-A Xlaiateff Fall
Be venae Fraud.
Tt.MBt.nDM TO. 1TU 1 n TK
committee oi ministers wbo nave been
investigating tbe charges against the
Rev. Pershing, president of tbe
l'itttburg Female College, rendered
their verdict this morning. They
found him guilty of dishonesty and of
lying, and also on tbe general ccarge
of immoral conduct. Tbe charge cf
obtaining money under lalsa preunses
was not sustained. Dr. fereblng is
suspended from clerical functions by
' Killed kjr Her Nrajre) Lovflr.
Charlestown, W. Va February 10.
Yesterday morning iMtie Jones, a
once beautiful womaa, was shot by Al
Williams, ner colored lover. Tbe bnl
let took effect in the back part of ber
bead, lracturing tbe skull in sucb a
manner tbat' the brain oozed out.
Williams and tbe woman lived to
gether in Modoo alley, this city, a long
time. She came here from Ports
mouth. O.. about two vears neo. and
says she is from a good family, having
assumed the name of Jones out of re
spect to her family. Williams is in
jail. The woman can live but a sbott
Ealeunlva Revenue Frauds.
St. Louis. Mo.. February 10. United
States Deputy Marshal -Wheeler ar
rived in town tbis morning fiom Cape
Girardeau county with three prisoners
charged with internal revenue frauds
of ua extensive character. The parties
arrested are William T. Stepp of Sa
lem, Dent county, wbo for seven years
rust has been the i overnment ganger
and storekeeper at Apple Creek, Cape
Girardeau county; David Crites, alias
Little Dave, and Henry Crites, both
members of numerous family of die
til I era in Southern Miesouii. The
Crites distillery was seized yef tar
day, and tbe oflicers found 1050 gallons
of whisky stored in the warehouse.
An odicer was placed In charge. Store
keeper Stepp is charged with failing
to make correct returns to the govern
ment, and with (ailing to mark tbe
barrel1) which it was bis duty to do,
DIM of Broken Heart.
New York. February 10. At about
midnight Mrs. Kate Parker, forty-two
years old, applied to the police lor nv
eUtance in the erne cf her sixteen
y c ur-old son, Paul, who, she said, was
in the habit of returning home late
every night intoxicated, creating a
disturbance and abusing her. De-
tective Blieseit was detailed to accom
any Mrs, Barker home and arrest
ler son. when tbey reached tbe
corner ot tirtt avenue and Sixth
street the woman (topped suddenly,
placed her banda Over her heart, and,
with a cry cf grief, fell to the side
walk, where she exclaimed passion-
ate'y : "Oh, Uod, my heart is break
ing." The woman was carried back
to tbe station-house, and died on the
way thither. Her son Paul was shortly
afterward arrested. When he saw the
dead body of his mother be threw
himself upon it and expressed ercat
sorrow, caying that he was the cause
oi it an.
Fled to Canada).
Chicago, February 10. -A Daily
Stm special from White-House, O.,
cnys: "he residents of this village
have been greatly ttutled to learn tint
Mayor U. U. Wales Has tied to Canada
because of irregularities in his busi
ness. Besides being the agent of the
Wabash railroad at this point, he had
pension agency, lie recently pro
cured a pension for Mrs. Koach
amounting to $1400. It is alleged that
be charged ber:iuucommisalon. Tbe
legal rate is f 10. When she went to
collect the money it is said Wales had
to give notes for f-IOO. These were in
dorsed, and when they came due
Wales told the lady that the indorse
ments were worthless. He is said to
have also charged David Warner a
commission of 300 on a pension of
$1400. which his widow is now trying
to collect. A warrant has been Issued
for Wales's arrest for extorting a com
pensation above that allowed oy law.
Itcvolllns; Gnu or Irrprnvily.
Chicago, III., February 10. A re
volting case, of depravity was revealed
Viien Charles HJcharuson and hia
wife, Liuzie, were taken uCore a jus
tice yesterday by an officer of the Hu
mane Society. The Kichardsons were
charged with cruelty to their five
children. The testimony of c Ulcers
and neighbors showed tbat the young
est children had been sent out to beg.
The two oldest, a boy and a girl,
worked in large stores down (own.
Tbe girl received ii a week. The
children were obliged to give their
money to their parent, who nttonce
invested it in whisky. One of the
lit! le girls, it is said, was turned out of
doors one night and tcld never to re
turn. She went to the neighbors, and
the case was reported. The court
fined the father $100 and the mother
$.'0. The lat'er will go to the Martha
Washington Home. The father goes
to the Bridewell, and the children go
to the Home tor the Friendless.
A Wise Reform.
Th habit of Jminilerinnuiniii in i
rrlul dos., aa an antidot to malarial nU
dioi, wal nnoa danccrously common. H;u
IHlrthi! practice hai underiton inl -lortn.
Not only th vublie, liut irolo"...'i :
mtii, hare mluptcil, not wholly, of ni"f i
but larualy llostotter'aStoiuaoh Bitter- c ;
ata botiinie tubstitnt for th pornt
alltitloid. Tha ooime.iuancea of thil i'i.ntii)
ar most iinrorlaiit. Now lever and uiuo
pu Hariri are cured formerly their coui
IiluintK were only for the time relieved, or
i alf cured the remedy eventually faillnir
to (roduce any appreoinhle effect, except
the dote were increased. A course of tho
hitter;, eritcntly followed, I reiki up the
none attack and pmvents their return.
The evidence in favor ol this atorliug .!e-i-itit
and household luedii-tne it ol no atr-
Ina-uoui character, but potitive and mti.-tao-
; tory, and the source! whence it procoeda
aru very nuinerou.
lllltrn bjr at Mad Mule.
Atlanta, G a., February 10. John
O'Neil, a planter of Fulton county, is
uiug of hydiophobia. He was bitten
by a mad inule, which was shot cn
Sunday. The mule had been bitten
by a mad dog three weeks before. On
l'ridsy Mr, O'Xeil went into his barn
yard, and the mule was standing still.
When Mr. O'Neil was within a few
leet of the animal it suddenly sprang,
with its mouth open, upon him. Mr.
O'Neil started to run, but befote he
bad taken a half dozen steps the mule
had him under his feet and began bit
ing. He grabbed him first in the leg
and then the body. Mr. O'Neil
screamed for help, and persons Ttere
near by ran to his aid. The mule did
not move at first, and a liberal use of
the stick was necessary to drive the
PRBTARS FOR FLOOD.
Foundations, cellar walls and build
ngs subject to overflow should be con
structed with Louisville Cement. It is
FOB! THB JmJ
TONGA M a product of tbe Tonga or Friendly
Wand, where It hu hmg been
UKU Ml a Tal-
UUiic rameur by the native.
VwfY9 baoomutiundof Trmjra with
viAi other uuomIu-uu wuuae cur
ative properties have Uwn thoroughly temed.
wr.m " uken internally, and pro-
It contains no Opium or Morphine
FOR hit b u v at t. T,n i": ivj-ru
. W1ELLIEB. Sola Piayrmu. 7H
Estes, Boan "& Co.
13 Union utreet,
Coif oi Factors Wesale Brocers
294 Front Street,
Cotton Seed Meats!
will par the Highett Market Price in Cain for
DECORTICATED COTTOIC SEED.
And are prepared to pat oat, on favorable termi, at tlna and on plantations, the
lltlDIlIM COTTON-SEED HULLEHS.
And make contraoU for all the product, whereby the bulla will be left on the dentation.
PT.AWTATION IIITLI-HU CO..
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Grocers & Cotton Factors,
JTo. 393 Wain Street, OHyowo Itlook.
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274 Front Street
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Cotton Factors & Commission r.lerch'ts,
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Liberal Advance's) Made roseala-nmeata.
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ills Citric &MI1S.C0.
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A QUARTER OF A MILLION'DOLLARS FULL PAID CAPITAL
WM. I. COLK, JAMES BKILLY.
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and NERVOUS HFAnAfiflF
I An eotmno-d, after trauna- it, that Tonoauxa
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I. H. COOVER & CO.
tito lart ii Plrti IE
Doors, Sa&li, Blinds, MouIdluRS, all kiadti ol Door and
Window Frame), Brackets), ScrolMVork, Kongh and
'DreiwedXnmler, -Shingle, Laths, Water Tank.
AU kinds of Wood Work Executed at Short A'otlee.
No8.157 Jo m Washington St. Meinphis. TpnD.
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HEI5. R. A. PARKER. E. L. WOODSON
attention. We carry ntall limes a well-
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F. K. KOBFLEET, Resident Partner.
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