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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL SATURDAY AUGUST 7. 18S.
MR. GLADSTONE'S POLICY.
A LETTEIt FKOM MATTHEW AR
NOLD TO THE "TIMES"
On the PreTaillic Opinion In Anier-La-Lord
British Divorce Cases.
T-onrou. Anmrt C. The' Standard,
commenting on fie meeting of Union
ieti yf sterday, snya that Lord Harliog
ton'e language is ailthttthe Conserve
tivt s have a right to expect. Tbete is
little doubt, it eajs, that as long as
Lord Hartingtoo continues of the eame
mind, home rule is an impcsiilulity
for Ireland. He still seems to dram
of reuniting the nattered hoatile Lib
eial sections lrs e d of lookiiig t a
new divifcion of prties more in har
mony with the tx sting stite of public
opinion. This, to our -mind, is the
cnly eak point in his conception of
the present cries.
Matthew Arssold lBUtone,
LosDO,Angn;t6. Matthew Arnold,
who is in America, publishes a letfcr
in the London Time in which he says :
"I Boppose thre is no country in the
wor!d wbe'e G'adst-ne favor is strong
er thin ia the United 6ttts, yet even
here, if ysu wtigh instead of count
opini-ns. the la ance oppoeehis Irish
policy. The main motive Americans
have for eympatby with Mr. GUd
roze is the temptation to pleass the
Irish. Weighty opinion H n:t th t of
the general pub ic who yiiild to this
temptation, but that of tbe men who
resist it an4 look deeper. Of these
s rious people the opinion is against
Mr. Gladstone. Nevertheless Ameri-n-o
nnn and all. sincere'v believe
that the Irish ought to bave control of
the nan Irril fltlairB. TfJO Ma'QllS
of Salisbury mutt recognize this. If
he merely tries to beep order and let
thirgs drifr, he will loai a great oppor
tunity. If h produces a g3od Bcheme
of locsl sovercmsnt, he will probabl'
secure Mr. Glaietone's support for it."
Supposed to be l out in LakeMlrhl
6arnia, Ont. August 6 Tin tig
Intrnaiionel left here yesterday in
search of a yachting party of six y tutig
men, rjelonuwg to promiueui minium,
who le!t beM about three weeks ngo,
They were last haard irom at South
ampton, on Saturday latt, and are
MiTHioRed to have Tjerhhea in Lake
Inter Tho tuz International re
tnn:ei this moniicK with the bodies
of three of the inrsiing yachtsmen
ar.d ltft immtdiate y in eearcri 01 t
ether three. Two of the bodies were
tinrl ti tho huat when found. Yett r
div the yacht ai found wrecked near
- . - . . i i: -i ..I
roil rriaKfl, omne udnajiau euuto m
Lake Huron, tMrty miles from here
t!rroutu of the Au ftibile river
Tr. h iriits recovrrei were thrse cf T.
A. Tul'er. inanac;-r of the Bak of
i.nnrion at Wnliord. Willinm Vldal
station ayeat a' tb fame place and
son c f fc'erja or lda', hnd U ye
MKizi-'. a I'ophew of the lion
Apx. MtKet.zi-. Tee three s ii
mf8ingarj W. C Morrisoa of Jurvis,
Win. J". Sirclai'. Secretary of the Wes
Lamhton R-torm Associat'on, and
Fleming McK-m z'ib, another lirp'iew
of the Hon. Alex. McKenzie. iti
party bad left Sarnia about four weeks
dbo lor a nor:urn cruise on Line an
rjn, and ft .r el on thir return tup
la-t wotk. wo d to Mia' etlmt hPin
s-r.t frcin Soutliamt.trin oo Situ clay
ThfV were rxweted here on MonJay
and nothins? raw e bef n heard from
ttiim t.im nitr wa? sent in searcl o
them vesto d-v with tha above result
Paris. Antns: 0 One hundred an
fiftv thuusamt new subscribers have
applied for t)i new bonds istuid b
the Panama t'nnal Company. Tu
rnmht-r his eicuetdeu tin meet fan
ci ne hnis of the company.
M. de L'ss'p-i has istmd a n'-w cir
m'ar addrt sd to the sharehedders ir
tho Panama iana!. In it. hettites
that ovfr 10X000 phareholders hnv
snlisnribed for 405,805 sliHres in tT
new Iran. Tn Council of tdminif
t.rAtinn iif the PtiHma Cuiial Comi:an
have, on the proposal of M. de L- s
eepp, deciuta to annul biioi ion r.vi
fliarts n-1 Eutsjribed for di:ectly b
Qnrpn Ictrla' Tribute to LlNzt
London, August 0. Tbe Queen has
writ a beautiful laural wreath to li
reuth to be ph-.ced on the timb of the
Boels About Harh BerBbardt.
Euknos Aybks. August 0. irar!
Bernhardt continues to receive great
ovations Torn the public. The thea'er
is crowded every night. The Fiench
and Italian newspapers, which have
been engaged in a fierce dispute rela
tive to the artistic merits of Sarah
Bf rnhardt, made some vtry unfavor
able remarks regarding their antago
nists' nationalities. Tne result was a
duel between Senors Ceruti and Hus
sier, both of whom were wounded. It
is reported that more duels will fol'ow.
BrltlRb Divorce Caaci.
London, An gust 6 The Ev. Mr.
Findlayson, tbe organiz ng secretary
of the Co'onial and Ooniinental
Church Society (Establiehed Church),
was today condemned to pay 15000 to
a merchant named Cookson in a di
vorce suit broughtby the la'ter f-gainst
his wife cn the ground of adoitsry
with Findlayson. Cookson was also
divan a decree of divorce against bis
Tbe decree of divorce obtained nisi
by Mr. DjnaldCrwford on February
12, last, against his wife because of her
relations wrh Sir Charles Dilke, was
' today declared abeo u'e
Hambcbo, August 6. The police of
this city hst night raided a beereallar
much frequented by aocialijls while a
socialistic meeting was being held
therein. The meeting was brokan op
. and the cellar searched. Tbe eearcn
revelled that the place was a render
vous of Boeiaiist of the mcst extreme
class. Dicments were found showing
ihe axisterice of a secret eodety whiai
had ramificti oca thronghout Germa
ny, Hollumi and Eng'and, and one ol
whess official beadqur:ers in Germa
ny wasttie cellar raided. Snbsctiption
list?, accounts and letters were found,
which, taken together, form a clew to
a large portion of the membership ot
the organiaition. The discovents
made were such aa to warrant the po
i. .nutinii oioht rf the socialists
.hx worn in thn fifdlar when the Ol-
f ccra male thi-jr raid.
British Colonial VclfaratM at Ion.
Tunov. Auenst 6. The British
Colonial delega es wtr formally m
trn.lnrkd todav to the K;eht Hon. lid
ward Ktanhope.the Colonial Secretary,
at the Colonial Office. Sir CbarUs
Tnpper, High Commissioner for (.'an
ta of.tnH aa nnikeeman for the dele
gates. He congratulated Mr. 8 ai.
hope on his accession to the office of
Colonial fjtcrctjry, and a sured lum
that there had never heretofore existed
among the colonies a stronger desire
to cement their union with the
mother country than existed at the
piesent time. There w-re, hs csn
tinned, important questions pending
affecting Canada and Australia, and
requ ring the attent oa of England
and earnest co-operation on her part.
Engl ind could always rely upon the
cordial co-operaticn of the colonies on
sit matters coicening her. The Sec
retary thanked the delegates for the
honor of tteir visit. He assured them
he would do his utmost to maintain
the colonial connection with Great
Britain, and wou d never lot e sight of
the rights of the colonies in any of the
Cbolcra In Italy.
Home, Augntt 6. The cholera re-
turrs for tiday are: irieste, b new
-ea and 8 daatbs: Kiveona, Tl new
cases enc!9 deaths; Venic,5 new cases
and 1 death ; Verona. 10 new cases and
3 deaths. Bncgna, L'l new caw ana u
deal hs, and 58 new cases and 22 deaths
The Situation at Belfast.
Kn fast. Amost 6. Thecitvis to
v Discarded with a nroala-nation by
the Mayor forbidding unlawful aiaem-
binges in the streets, threatemog atl
Who 6ttempt to lorm intm ana wu
narticioate in tnem wun arrest, bdu
iMlliniron ail law abiding ci'izens to
assist the police in suppressing disor-
er whtreveric may ocuur m me c.iy.
Liable to Arrest.
Xkw Ycrk. August 6. A rumor wai
ircu'atei today to the effect that Bol-
lin M. bqurre aud Maurice li. uiynn
wf ra liable to be arretted at any mo
ment on criminal charges made to the
Dis'r'ct A'torney. It was raid that
aliealv bench wariatit', signed by
Judiro Coninir. were in the Lauds of a
coirle of Inspector Byrne's detec-
tivf s. and that at an opportune m
ment the documents would be put in
execution. Diliunt ioqniry made
amone attachvs uf theD.s rict At or
nr y s ortics laueu w tuticr cnun m -r
deny th stf.rrl ng tenort. Many said
it was nonfenee to suppose uni aty
action had b ea taken wtucti wouto
piece Squire and l'ivnn in custody
while the hea'inc before the Mayer
was pordiag. Judaet;owiDab.-o'ute-
lv refuted to tveak about the rep its
saying tha'r it was compiling be was
net at l.berty either to aliirm of deny,
CONDITION OF TOE CROFS.
BILL, F0X1AISE & CO.'S REGU
LAR MONTHLY BE PORT.
The Weather Daring July Favorable
for Cotton-Over 200 Correspond
ents Heard From.
the city had been damaged and ia.
paired, waa read. Thia charge refeit
to the Filth avenue repavent jib,
and it is cUimed by the prosecution
that after S((a rhd obta'n d thfW0O
from the Biaid ot Eatimtes tor tbe
ealaryc-fsu eiuinucr to sjparinteod
and carry ou. that work h reg'etted
The IMclitn Elevated Itnilway.
New Yobk. Ausmst 6. A Bo too
anecialsns: TheBiard of Hallway
C-.mmifsioners went to Utimtria e
yetterday to witnetsthe operation of a
modtl of the propestd Meis elcvat d
niiwav. The lest was madi witri lull
s zd cirs over 1800 feet cf road, built
it.H Bhflm horsa shoe curves and
heavy graiee. The tr al is recveu
at stacioruv ana was pronnunueu uy
the Dres'dent of the board to ba won
ricrfn'l. One mile of track will be
built end op? rat;d in Oamr.ridgi anrl
then afrarcbisa will oo snngii 10 in
troduce the system in Bo-ta. Tim
svstem is a unique one. Only as:ngle
rl il is os d. If it proves a sucetss on
a large scale ii is expec'.eu to revo
Fire at Nt. Luuln.
St Lodw. Mo., Ai:gU3t C The ex
entita ice houses of he St. L-uis Be'f
Canning Company in E-st St. Louie
to k fire at 10::JO o'clrck t iis morn-ng
and is still burning. Aid has been
asked end sent from the fire depatt
ment of this city.
LaUr. With the aid of the thr-e
engioes Bent from this city the lire
was kept from spreading and the
building in which it originate whs
Ue cnlv one destroyed. Tho less
amounts' t) $1S,0C0, fully insured
The followine is therfwilar month
ly crop report issued by Me:S's. Hill,
Fon'aine & Ci.
Condition of the Crops la tbe Mem-
Dri-in nr Hill. FoNTAIXI i Co..
Corros Factors inu WaoLiisii.icll norms,
Mkmi-hih, Tixn,, Autuit li, 1SSC.
Herewith is submitted our icgalar
monthly crop report showing the con
ditio! of aflairs in the Meaophis dis
trict, wh ch comprises West Tenneif
see, North Mississippi, Ncrth Arkan
sas and North Alabama. The rep irt
is gatheied from 282 letters ot inquiry
s ant out July 28th, the rap'ies to
which bear average date ot aubu
t. The weather durinii July wa in
the main fuvotable for otton. Ihe
continuous rains which fell during
June had made it impoisible lor larm
era lo wcrk their crops, and the fair
weather that fallowed eriabie.1
them to cleen their fields, and
i cloomv crosne'its as indicated
in our June reput bave given way to
more chceiua accoun's. Ftom a'l
over tiis district the rtp"vr!a are ILat
the p'ant is forming, blocming and
boiling well. Tbe preeent condition
of the :o't:n crop is fivorable, and as
compared with last year at this time ts
equally a p.omiEing. Tbe picking
season will uot begin unLil towatd the
close of this month, and wi.l not be
come general throughout the dtttrkt
until about the middle of JSeptembsr.
Tbe wea bcr during August will have
much to do with the ultimate out
come of the crop, but with favorable
s-as ins the yield di be f ally up to
that of last your, csp -cully in Apn
eas, where the pio?p?ct) aro very
bripht forafallaveragecrop. Corn bus
6ufl':red to a great r extent than cotton
and tho mott that can le exp.cted is
only a fa r yield cf this cerral. T n
nesiee, MiBBits'ppi end AlabaTa all
report the corn crop as bairg cut sIioj t
by unfavorable teasens.
WEST TKNNKSSEK 44 RESPONSES.
Il'ifr. 20 report the weather dur
iagJuiyes having b?en favnable to
cotton, and 18 unlavorable; 2i repor',
it mcr favorahla ti an last year, 12
les favorab'e and 0 ahojir the fame.
Forming, Bloominij and Boiling. 42
repo.t the plant aa lormmg, blooming
and bnllint! well, aud 2 net so well.
Prttent Condition of On Vrop.'ii re
part the crop in go d condition, 6 in
mir r-nnditinn and G in lirorfii di ion ;
26 repori it in batter condition than
last year nt this lime, 6 in poor, r con
dition and 12 iu stout tne same condi-
the beau if
the oner, i
ter.wh ci cc
yone to the po.-i'.i .n, hnd
work Lad bsen iaiprop
d. I wa passed over, and
i the s'x h charge b?gnn,
ding the resignatir n let
tinned at length.
Bad Htate of Affairs In BnrniHh
London, Aucust C The Btate of af
fairs in Burma! is, and has been ever
since Ihe Btii'h occupation, one of
political discord and confu-ion. In
consequence of this the British (lov
einmentin India has d -c'ded to in-triu-t
the supreme command in Bnr
mah t Maj Gan. Sir Hub rr Mac
Pheis n, commander in ch ef at Mad
ras. Five thauand troors will be
8 nt into the country ai soon ts tbe
col t se?son cotnmeuces to scour hand
drive out or subdue te insurren'e,
and 1000 additional police w 11 be sent
from India t preserve order.
Prot. Crvs. Ludwg Von Seeger
Knight of n
nt A. Rttvat Univrrnitlj
V .AiiMjrmH Order Mi thr iron
wiieiasrfri- of tht otil .";
, . J. 7.;,rt . Knmht at tht ft'lUfH
tirtir.f Ot tne wir.MtM-r
A Propuseil Outral American Con
federation. St Louis, August 6. The Commercio
dd Valle, publish d in tiis city, printi
a !e t-r in it la't iss if from its conei
pnndunt ia the City of Mexic ', to the
iff.ct that the President and ex l'mi
denta of theCtntal Amercui R pub
lics of Salvarlcr, Xtcarrgtia, HondurB.
Cj6U Kica and Goa emaU fre now in
that citv arranging a p!nn f r the
u iion of thoe States in one co. f Jder
a'iop, with tin uliimate i'wof an
m xat oa to the Mexican Rh"0''c
Clear Ihe Way
For the escape from the system of its waJto
and debris, which, il retained, wouW vitiate
the bodily fluids and overthrow health. Tbat
Important channel ol exit, the bowels, may
be kept permanently frea from obstructions
ih. nnn crriliinir. ffnntlv lictine flllll
aitreeab e cathartic, llos'etter'a Memach Bit
ters, which not only liberates impurities, but
invigorates the limns ot the intestinal oanai,
when weakened by constipation or the un
...A nt vinUnt TirifctiTt. The stom
ach, liverlana arlnajy organs are uwu
reiSiforcei'and areuoe itohealthfil aetioa by
k.n.lMiflt Lftlttn! ATlA. SnfTefltWs. Snd
every orfai. fcbsr, maaols and isrvs eiperi
ences a sbir lot lis iuvliorstlnf inlaenee
Unobjeotloaaale la luTor,, most reoiai nan
wholesome medlclna Istimulant, end owiun
iU effloacy to botanic sources exclusively, it
is the remedy best adapted to household use,
on account of its safety, wide scope and
Substantial Aid lor Ireland.
Detroit. Mich.. Aueust 6. The
Rev. Dr. O'Reil y this morning cabled
to tbe trf aiurers ot tne irn rann-
mentary Fund in London $60,000 to
snstaiu tbe Parrel'ites in tbe straggle
for redresi of Itish giievances. The
followine dispatch was stnt to Mr.
"Parnsll, Eeuse of Commons, London :
' Have this day transmitted to trus
tees sixty thonsand dollars, me
league in America re'axes no effort-
knows no dismay, sigoea, u neiuy,
A MOST LIBERAL OFFER!
Thb Voltaic Bblt Co., Marshall,
Mich., offer to send their Celebrated
Voltaic Bkltb and Electric Appli
ances on thirty days' trial to any man
afflicted with Nervous Debility, Lose of
Vitality, Manhood, etc. mus'rated
pamphlet in sealed envelope with full
particulars, mailed free. Write them
An Over Due Steamer.
Nbw York, August 6 Tbe North
German Lloyd steamship Werra, due
here last Tuesday, had n t been
B ghled last night. She left Bremen
on July 27tb, and touched at South
ampton on ths following day. Since
th-n nothing bas been heatd of her.
The agent of tbe line attributes the
delay to breakage of machinery.
Judge Jrvteph F. Da'y, with tbe body
of his wife, who recently died abroad,
is a pas-eoger on tbe vessel. She bas
197 cabin and 347 steerage pissBn-
fiers. i m ,
la the Dear Old Dajs.
We differ in creed and politics, but
we are a unit all the same on the de
sirableness of a fine head of hair. If
yon mourn the loss cf this blessing
and ornament, a bottle or two of
Parker's Hair Balsam will make yon
look as yon did in the dear dd days.
It is worth trying. The only standard
50 cents article for the hair.
The most wonderful Pain-Curer tho world has ever
known. Its effects aro instantaneous.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla.
iH.t Laiun uf Honor, Ktc, iV., Bay
"Mt lllW lO.Ht lK'A BEEF TUNIC
should not be confeuaded wiih the horde
ol trashy cure-alls. It is in noaenseoi the
word a ratent remedy. I am thoruushly
conversant with its mode ot rrei'iirution
I L.W.U. It hnniit.nnlV a leuituuiito iiQar
DiarootiCllI ro(tllCl, dui inn. n mm "''!
hifh coiuuiondntions it has received in ail
arts ol me worm i- ,","
:..f. I'm.,. Ouinine. iron ana vansaya,
whii-h are ilipsolveil ia fure Kenuii.c Si'un
isli lui erial Crown Hhorry.
Invaluable to all who are Run Down, hut
vous, Dyspeptic, Bilious. Malarious or nt-
Bn-teil Willi woaa RlulltJ. - .
ller Miiety s Favorite 4 'o turtle
tVd ly Her Royal Uiotiufthe jfrmnu of
Wale and the nobility. For tho Mini. Com-
i.lenion. F.iuiitins. t-'haiipinn, nuutaness.
8100. Of druggists.
1.1 Eft Mi :t O.'J 4irnnln rjrn
HarmtnHrllla is guaranteed as tho best
Sarsaimrilla in tho market.
W. Y. Priiol. SH MIKHI titwt.r.t.
CHEAP BY THE GALLON.
33- T- grEIVElVXlSIS cfc OO.
THE LIVERM0RE FOUNDRY AND MACHINE C0WPAN
dUXDKV & MACHINE DEI" T HiOto 17 .Warns SteKmuph'r
IKK BEST FKIKSKI
JR. J. BRADFI ID'S Ti
EM ALE ItEUULATOil
Brunuilnatvd for Connrres.
Idibvillc, Ky, Anaust C The
Hoa. Jam"8 B. McCreary wai renorni
na'ed for Conitrets by the Dcmccra ic
Convention of the Eighth Keutnciy
i't'r king Some report tint riirHng
will commence a1. out S-'pteuibcr 1,
and Ihe majority report thp.t it will net
become general tin il about rentember
t.'orn. 20. report tbe corn crop in
fair conrlitiau and 24 tepori it m poor
north KiseiKsrrri 72 rhsi-oxsbb.
Wtalher. 54 repoitthe weilli-irdur
Irg July as having been favorab e to
cott-n end IS uitlavorable; 40 rpoit
it. mir insorble than last year, 24
I up faunruhlo and S about the same.
Forminq, Boomim and Boiling All
report the plaut aa fonniup, hooining
ard bolline wpP.
Present Cmditton of the ' top.Vi te
i ort the iron in enod cotjditicn, IS in
fnir condi iou and 12 in tjocr coml
ti-n: 2Sreuortit in better dndinon
ilian la?t yt'nra1 thin time, 30 in poorer
couditicn and 14 in about Hie bkiuh
Picking Some report th.t p'cki"
will cuniinenca the l.tttr pars of Au
gust, but the majority report tint it
will net become genr-ral t eloio about
Spteinjfr 5 h.
Ori. lOr-.'pirt the c ti enp in
g od conditi n, 28 in fnir conilitlon
Lnd 34 in poor condition.
, N( ItTH ARKANSAS 12S RES?ONSIH
llVa'ifi 11!) report tin wpa'htr
rluiing July as having been favo'ab e
t i cot e n aud 8 unfavoia'ile; 118 re
port itmnre favorable than last year
aad 8 ms favorable.
Forming, Blooming and Boiling. All
report tlio p'aut aa forming, blooir.ian
aud boiling vt-V.
Prttenl Condition of the C'op 124 re
pr rt the crop in good condition and 2
in nor cond.tion; 120 report it in
b'Uer condition than last year at tVe
time, 2 in pcorer condiiiou and 4 iu
about the same condition.
Picking Borne repori tha1; p'cking
will commence about r-'eptemb-r ltt,
but the majority report tha. it will rot
become general before about Septem
Corn. Eighty six repirt the corn
crop in good condition, 30 in fair con
dition and 10 in poor condition.
KOltTH ALABAMA FORTY BK81'ONSKS
Weather. Thirty-two report the
weather during July ta having been
facnrahln to cotton, and 8 unfavorable;
24 report it more favorable than last
year, (i less tavoraoie ana iu aooui me
eame. . ,
Formina. Blooming and Boiling. All
report the plant as forming, blooming
and bolline wen.
Prnumi ( 'tindilion ot the Crop. 2$ re
port the crop io gr.od enndition and 12
in fair condition; 20 report it in bftttr
rondition than last year at this t me,
2 in poorer condition and 18 in about
tbe fame condition.
Ptcima. S'lne report that p'eking
;ll nmmenee the latter part of au
gust, but the majority repct that i
will not become general before about
Corn. 6 report the corn crop in
ffood condition, 18 in fair condition
and 10 in poor condition.
AGGREGATE 282 RE8PONSK8.
Wtather. 230 report tbe weather
during July aa having been favorable
to cotton and 62 unfavorable; 208 re
port it more favorable than las', yea',
50 leas favorable and 24 about the
Forming, Blooming and falling. 2X0
report tbe plant aa forming, blooming
and bolline wr suu i nor bo wen.
PrfM.nl Condition of the Crop. 226 r'
port tbe plaDt in giod condnion, 30 in
fair condition and 20 in pnor condi
tion : ii report it in bet'er condition
than last yenr atlhis time, 40 in poi rer
condition and 49 in abont tbe eame
Pectin. Some report that picking
will commence the latter part of Au
oniit. but it will not become goner!
throughout the district until about
Corn. 102 report tbe corn crop in
good condition, 90 in fair condition
and 84 in poor condition.
The Mqulre Investigation.
New York, Aaanet 6 Tim exami
nation by Mayor Grace into the
charges made against Comm'BHkner
Sjuue wai ontinurd tr.day. 1 lio
fiith cfia'ee, that of nt-gbct of duty,
whweby the icteresta tf proptrly of
Thil lanioni TKTIIBllT UlOllt hSMlily mita
thdiinanl'-.f theiBe.f"r woirian iiKdiliar
md mult lora nmiciicnn. iu '
r. KllV All nVI.V. nnil for oris S 'lv IA
CLASS iif hir Jifenfc?. It. ia a aiiseilic frr
.....In fliaanMit Annilitlnni of tbe won a
and uroiiuHda to to control the Mennlrunl
j-'unotion n to reeulato nil the deraEue
merits and irrcgularitiea of omnn i
Itt tiroriotorp claim for it no olhermflical
nuiiinrtv: and to doubt tho fact th nt tlur
.riMnicinA ilriAn noaitivelv iiofaftHa (uch colt
(imtrcllin androguIntinK nowera il dimi'ls
,n ilianrailit thn vnlnntlirT tHti:l.O0T 01 tpit.
jnd ol livim witnefei wbo are tn-dart
exulting in the reatoratiun to found tuultl
is strictly a Tecetable compound, and if tho
iruluAt oi medical aoten'-o and i riiotii al ex-
jiermnce aireoieu lowiru niu u. -boui
It il tho atudiod preicrlntion ofalenrned
rbvi'ciau, vrioM specialty waa iiu.ia.
unTi ahn.. fnm hnrnnin nnviableand bound
lona because ol hia wonderful auoren in tbe
treutuient and cure of iouiale coiiipliiinw.
TIIR HKilirLATilK is the tlttAMlb-Sl
HkMKDY knnirr.. and richly derervea iti
Woman's Best Fmenii
Mi'iafe it control! a dais of furctlona the
v.inoua iioranfrenioriia 01 wnica i-kio iuuk
ill hoa.th than all otocr cause coinnineu
n.l tlna rMannnk her rrom a lor.K train O
oiiutumw whiph vorelv e'uliittor h'r life nnJ.
Iiroinntoroty end tit-r oiintencfy. un, wnin n
muUitudo of livinir witnis';cs can testify to
its chnrmino eflocta I Woman, take toyour
I'ltK MtllS BOOK OF HEALTH
T, will vn'.lAu vii. nt nntLrW nil the C0DX
ulairi'i I'oouiiar to your lex. Kely upon it
aa your aaicKuard for bei.ltb, hapMBoaa anu
"Sold by all druifKiats. Pond for onr Ireat
lieo'i tho Health and Haw inesaol Woman
mailed fi-a. which frizes al oariicuinrs.
Htu 2. Atlanta. li
Forty fears a Snfferer from
WILL be pBcd Jan lit. Toil noted
waterlnr-plse ii aituated aix milM
from Attn Furnaoe, on the NaihTiile and
Tuacaloosa railroad, in 11 ic km an county
Tenn. Hack will meet all traina at tna
and will convey idwU to iprinn at a rery
BMir4, S'io Per Heath ! Per Day.
NprrlHl Mntra la f snilllew.
We invite all who wiah to ipend the moat
pleaaant aea on of their Uvea to com to
Beaverdam. esiecially eeekera of pleasure
and health. Uood water and pur air io
HI Itlkl.F.NTON BKOPI .
Iiiverytnen, Centrevlllo, Tenn.
B. A.JD KAN LPro p'r Cen treytlle Hotel.
RAN It IIOTKI.,
Hnckhrlilra Cn .
Va. M if h nn in tha
Virginia mountaina. Pictureigue lurround
inia, exUniiveand beaulilully shaded lawn.
Uaa, electric belli, and all modern linprova
ruenll. Two daily mnila, post, teleirrai'h and
expreia offices on tbe promisee. Table tha
very belt. Luiuriously furnished noma:
auierb band of niuaio. Mend for illuitrated
pamphlet. Charies modotate. Opcmforvia
Itori, June l.Mh. Wcircm: A';n, ChnljbtaU
and rccioac R . T . I UjJ KON.Man'yr.
Old Toint l)inlort, Virgin, iv.
TERMS for the season of MM, benlnnint
June lit, reduced ' to .U per rent., bat
th hiiheat ataadard of excellence main
tained. Send fn? illustrated descriptive pamphlet
F. N. PIKH, Manner.
nrnmm J ,.:.i.r,-'i "-r,:.;:. ;. Bailer
,w.MtiN. frj- aiiii iFaVrar
t riit A
IRON & RAILWAY Sll'PLV DKP'T, 82
tSucceiiors in th'n Icpartinent to JOHN w AiMiuon.)
arWrMe in tor Information on UNV HUM! In mthcrHno.
828 Ntwond Nt.
Among the Northern Lukes
of Wisconsin, Minnesota and Iowa, .v hun
dreds of delightful places where one can ia.i
the summer months in uuiot rest aad najoy
ment, and return home at the end of the
heated tonn completely rojuvenated. Kaon
reourrini season brinars to Uconomowoe,
Waukesha, Heaver Darn, Frnntenac, Oko
boji, Minnetonka, White Hoar, and inna
inerahl other charmlna localities with ro
mantic nauirl, thoaiands of our belt ponnla
whole winter homes are on either side ot Ma
ion and Dixon's line, r.lcminoe and com
fort, at a moderate eost, can be readily ob
tained. A list of summer homes, with all
necessary Inforiua Ion partainitig thereto, ia
being distributed hy the Cn rmi, Mn.wao-
rs and Kt. I'apl Rail.WAY, nd will beient
free upon niplicattI n by lotior to A. V. II.
Canenter, (leneral I'aaset ger Agent. Mil
White Cliff Mineral Springs,
Monroft onn(y, ToiineHfle.
SITU ATKDon top of Chilhowon Mountuin
;HHV frot ahovo ne kvel. Uood wiUot.
dure fitinosLtiioro. inntiniflfflnt flfanarr
comfortnlilo rtofumnioiiii Un a balljr Itna ot
I b'hbpi aiut ditily mail irom Ahons, 'lnn.i
over fooil roa.l; diftttinco mtn uities.
TcloKraith oittc-i In htrl, connootiuff with
I other linen ut Attuma. T run rmctiii'ihle
Brid niifoiiU ratod U r .iimltitji. For i rou
lnr( Hiving auulysiit of Wi.Uri, tn., ui irtinfl
prttrr.etor, l. a. mawiuij,
v rmti run ftrnnici, tnr.
I Crab Orchard Springs,
T INC01.N COUNTY, KY. The excellence
i.Jof the ouulno, and accoiomodatlons I'har-
a -tristin of this liolol during the past tuiee
years, sliull oe luuy maintaineu inn soasou.
Kxcunlon tickets to the Springs by the t.
and N. Itnilway are good via l.ouisvire, both
going and return iuu, to prooced on first train
suorocd'ns nrr val in Louiiville.
W T. tIKAIST. I'ro-'t .1. ir HiiMt.Min'i.
JAS. VONK, latooi J. W. Culdwall A
1). MULLIKB, ot lata J. B. odwin A Co.
MULLINS h YOKGE,
Cotton Factors Commission SSerchanls
No. 1 Ifoward'H Row, Cor. Vront ainl t rilmu ynnttilw
oymis & co,
817 and 81 LUU 5.
?k Chickasaw IrcOTorto
k&Z I XVI".rriM M'!. V I.KAM-H-- IN
U'-ifi fj ,ii:ti. . ;ilHr. "tw.ul3lr,
' 'V ?;.;-'J'i';l Mwiaor! 4k-i ,
t otloti "rfs4 ollon 4J
uoiriil. iH Wo Hfoi.rt-1 ared to till rrder.
r... .,,. !.. ri.lo. M.-41ri rain
M'rinul: I'lMloy, we oarry iq ewina
Two Hui. dre Asiortod ml.
--.nd ff r iits 1"
n-i nod lrtp.-Hst
Z. N. ESIICS.
S. S. BI'IOElt.
W. II. UOAN.
(M . ihnoits to i sris, IIOAN A
Wl Resale Grocers and Cottan Faelon g
Hos II 1-2 and 13 Union Street, Memphis, jenn.
LOGGERS' & RAFTFRS'APPLIANCES
SAWAND PLANING MILL SUPPLIES
J- WIllTtO VOVl f ATA I.OOI 12. -W
And Coinmissloii Merchants,
ffoB. 4 and 8C BlndUon Ntreta MemphU,
ALABAMA HT W
NONE BETTElt 1
WONDERFaU 50 RELATE.
"FOR FORTY TEARS I haxa been a lo
tim to CATARRU-three-fourtns of thatima
a sufferer from KXOHUClAlINtt PAINS
ACROSS MY FOKEHEAI) AND MY N08
TIUL8. Iha discharges wera so offenilre
that 1 hesitata to mention It, eaoept lor tha
good It may do soma other sufferer. I nave
eiwnt a joung fortune from in earnings
daring my forty years of suffering to obtain
relief from the dootors. I hava tried patent
medioinae avery one I could learn of Irom
the lour eornera of tha earth, with no raliei.
And AT LAST (67 years of age) have met
with a remedy that has cured me entirely
made ma a new man. I weighed Ua pounds,
and now weigh 146. I used thirteen bottles
of the medicine, and tha only regret I have
ia, that being in tbe humble walks of hie I
may not hava influence to prevail on all ca
tarrh sufferers to use what hu cured me
Qalnn'a Pioneer Blood Renewer.
" HENRY C1IEVES.
" No. 267 (Second itreet, Macon, tta."
" Mr. Henry Cheves. the writer of tha
above, formerly of Crawford county, now of
Macon, (J a., merit tha conSdence of ail In
terestad in catarrh. W. A. HlfF,
" Ex-Mayor of Macon."
FLESH PRODUCtR & TONIC
Galon's Pioneer Blood Renewer.
Cures all Blood and Bkln Diseases, Rheuma
tism, Hcrolula, Old Bores. A perfect bpring
Medicine. ..,., L j j
If not in yonr market. It will be forwarded
on reoaipt of price, tlmall bottles, II, large,
Essay on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed
nAl'Oll .JXSICINK 4MSMrAIT.
"Lendja" Trsuser stretcher
Patented in Eampe and Uni
ted States. " AerenU In
I nlled Hlnl,a foroelebrateo
John Hamilton A Co, Stretch
er. Takes bHKartsr " '
hnrrs restores pantaloons ic
original shape. Only patented
Stretoher coinbinlngscrew r d
in combination wun ciempr.
411 others inlrinaements.
Original and r etr-l!ls"i
r,,r neilrinru'- n. Ily
J.xVrs securely packed. Price 12 fx). Write
ir circulars. Anents wnnicn monrinu;,
I. VV. MJ.WHOAN A CO., KoxlOD.Mowia
aiw THE HAtlKrl, i a'Bt-n)
harrel Iota delivered In the city at very loe
rates to those who desire to try It. Special lo nil .oi oss -..r-leisdln.
Oa. .1 H.hl.. p M PATTERSON & CO
M q jj I
5 ! J;
COCHRAN & Co
... . ?
AW AID PLASIWCI-MII.L.
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Molding, Lumber,
Lath and Shingles, Floortasi, Cellini? ana wwiar ronw.
AVISM G1JN CO.
No. M!10, R. 1), Chancery Court of Shlby
county- biato ol lenn-ssoe vs, juuunua
Mithctiey ut al.
V virtue ol an intoriocutory ueoree ior
saleentored in tin anove cause oa me
dal ol Januirv, 1HH, M. IS. M, pane-
l.'il), I will io 1 nt publi ) auction, to tl.o hia-a-
est hiddor, In Ironl ot I ne i;ior ami mii-mr
ofllce, ourthouae oi bhelby county, Mem-
Phis, ionn., on ,
Nnllinllty, AnKliat 21, IWMI,
within Ingiil hours, tho following described
nroperty, iltuatod Iu Oliouiy county, ionn.
to wit : ...
Kiist hnll of lot fil, Counrry lot i '.'. irnni
Inu 30 lest nn the smith li'ie of .Madison it
illl loot west of (Jrlcans itnet, by a Of pthot
14HH foot rinld as proporty oi jonnnna Jia
honoy anil nllmrs.
Part ol lot 41, hlockr7, Ironting ri7 loot on
Hi. nnil side ot Orleans street IM 'ot'. north
of Linden itroet by a depth ol iW fee;. Sold
ss iiroperty ol the mun vny u. nnn u. ni-
Lot ft, hlooli rt, fronllnn 3S foot on thoo.ist
lido of Huth street 4M foot eolith of Vanoe
strict by a depth .if UiVA foet. Sold ' prop
erty of Samuel J. be rungs, Minter Parker
'i.imi'!!V .Tnn. aiibdlvislnn of lots 3- and
vi iiiini,., irimt. fmntinff HU foet on the north
slide of Bpring street ISO Itot east of Brown
street by a depth on tbe west line of U feet
and on tne east line oi n iwi. cm
property of Joaophlne and John holly.
nfl,l.k :J Dunn's subdivision. front
ing 40 feet on the east ride ol Mnnsssasstrtet
llaieet north of Dullose avenue by a depth
of foet. Sold as property ol Robt. Tally
Part blork A, Dunn ' suhdlviilon, frontiniT
Mleetoo the welt side ol Walnut itreet J4
reet eottth cf the Molllpnil aim unarieaioa
Railroad and running ban. IM feet in depth.
Sold aipr pertv of Joseph Williams.
Part of country lot 4W:l. beginning oa the
...!. l.i .f liu.iitimAit mad or LharlusfOn
avenue U leet from the northeast "irnar of
loth ll .rdawuy'a subdivision h .t: . W W ,f.t
to Court, street: tlieiico P an M -J" tei
thence N KM foet to tho Ptseoi.roin-t rood,
norlh29" W 50 loct io the besinning. bold aa
Ihs property of U. O'Nell.
Part of b.t 4.'i, countrv Ic M-l, 'ronring 11
feet on the woatside of Joi e hum n rth
west corner ot H2-leor nlliT iioiiii of !) ad
ford street, Mb word, by a depth "' l.i 'col.
Sold as the property ot ichl 1'iM'11"'"-
Part of lot ll. Winohtiti-r divi in, 'm t
IriglBfooton ths.u'h aide of "''
KKI leet west ii Diinisn irti t, o n wh, r
a 0ptH 01 i'U ooi'i e" fi.l'i"
ol W. r. 11. asley.
Terms of Hali un aercniois ;u n o-;
nole btarlng intcrnt, wun e ' -(juired:
lien ntnined; re.liinptoi b rrd.
luis Jiny i-o.
S I.MiinoWEM.,CI'r. ard v' M-r.
By II. K.Cul'iuinn, D'polr '' "t"1
Y. II. AC. W. IMJiK8Jl.i;i
. I lllln: lin u .
.......i m.. Ku i. niiwMii. i
.WfrW.-.1? rf. .?! .(..... ui.r iipinlM.I. una' rwi l
W. A. MMITM, Proprloivr.
V cod ox-
lii-ini.t, nn. ii ii,
ovHrrsil Sm. Orul
ml Hlvlof nolo. J I ihruir
Desks, Tables, Cbaurs,
Book Caaci, tounues.
latter Presses, Cabinet
Lndios' Fancy Desks. AO
Finest OochIb ana ls
Sirli-MM llmtri.iitaH.1. llOIOI
tree. i'otugto. iso
W. A. NiuHIi
r.oio P, lliiHfl llnllor MliiR.
Plain 10-Inch lin, and
k . JV HOI'THEKSI siaauaaii a -ar.a.
I -i U price at Pactorr. HOOand I10.
f j . r-t .,,,.,,11 vli'kli CltTIII'V I IK A NFliS
.. ; - Al.ljiciv.v ri.' w v.. . -
-- mtAU kinds of Olns Repaired. Special
-rr. ..w. v-tl'" Discount to tbe Trade. -
- atttl )" 803 a roast il , nssiitsni, lossw
' I'at. NepiirBtOr. ffTS,eMi-l..rtSolt, b( he epen-
agent- JADVERT ' ?:h,r.M: ,r,
I m ae
".ITtIi. advVAiser who wani; to fvnt
.'dollar. OiMls In It bo inf.jm.t.on j, re
res.vihile lor him who will in vm, on
Lata of J. S. Day A Son.
W. 41. HORTftf,
Lata of Meaohain A llorton.
J. W. ItAII.KT.
Lata uf Railey A Covingtoi
DAY, HORTON & BAILEY,
GROCERS AND COTTON FACTORS,
360-362 Front Street Memuhis Tenn.
..,,.. and estlma'es 0 tne ooii ol au;
"-..- ' rr, I..
quire.,-. ... .". -...- . mimti..nt.
avert re.n eiuent, or can be made to don
spYndeno. One hundred
editions have been l.su.J. f?'KVf
to any aildresyr tn Mw Atli r?v 2 a f,
P lihw KI.L A CO.. W KW S'PAP'1'- A 1
VKHTISIN') BU RKAtl.'O spruoe St. (Print
n,. H,,m.- Kun.rs . N's lorr
. , ui inrvAiiiii,ti.n nt no J
n n. One asent has s-ld i In a to
"'i 14 pio Id " on " in al!'ce. of TM ot
ne agon ' In 1'' days - -v '"".VTi
.Bi?.: n III In ? dny twodilfrer
ir. . t bicna;..
40 De.vbon '
I nil' '