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MEMPHIS DILY APPEAL TUESDAY, AUGUST 10, ISSft.
RIOTISG IT BELFAST.
ELEVEN PERSONS KILLED AND
130 SERIOUSLY IXJCBED.
The Appearance of tbe City Similar
t That of Paris After
Belfast, August 8. The excitement
bere is rjoabnitd. Yesterday morning
rioting broke out in O d Lodge read,
and tbe polios were ob'iged to fire in
order to ditpersa tbe rioters.. Yester
day afternoon the rioting wajreeumed
with great violence in Old Lodge.Groe
venor and Springfield roads. Many
persons witu gunshot wounds have
been sent t3 the hospital. Additional
troops bave been tolegtaphed for, and
the aspect of affairs is serious. The
Major presided today at a three noun'
meeting of the Executive Committee.
There are rumors current of many f
t&litiee, but it is difficult to obtain ac
curate accounts. A panic is sizing
the peaces be inhabitants.
Midnight. The rioting shows no
sign of abatement. Tbe McKtnca in
cident, wliich was principally tbe
sacking of wineshops and other public
homes, was repeated tonight, the re
sult being that two persons were killed
and another fa ally wounded. The
latter was sent to a hospital, wbera he
was treated and then discharged,
while numerous slight cases were re
tained. Twenty-eix cates of eeiious
injury are reported, one of the suffer
ers being a boy, who hes since died.
Toe total number of persona dead to
far is belie vtd to be fix. The number
of wounded is unknown, but will
probably reach 200. Inspector Gen
eral Reed, with a small eecort, was
surrounded by a mob in Lodge street
and obliged to rua for his life.
. it A M. Duri'g the rioting wh'ch
occurred here fnm Saturday evening
to n early h ur t: is morning eleven
ptrsDns wer killed and 130 seriously
wounded. The majo ity of the injured
persons have that wounds. The riot
ing was renewed to-day and a fierce
encounter took place between the sol
diers and the mob, in which a number
were wounded A sildiei at close
quarters firei at a boy, sha'tering his
hand. The ro'dier was a.rs'ed. Re
inlorcemen's of troops to the numbf r
of 1200 hsve arrived in Belfast today.
Abon Th9 attemp's to slop the
rioting have been unsuccessful, und
"the violence cf the mob is iccreis'ng.
Thirty rio'ers bave been wouudeu.
The police keep up a merciless fire
upon the mob.
The city, owing to the wreck and
ruin of homes, presents a drplerablj
sspsct. Its appearance is similar to
that of Pans after the commune. It
is feared that numerous deatbs rtsuh
ins from the riots have taken place
which will iievtr be heard of. The
ho;pi'a:s are taxed to tbe n timet to
accommodate i ho giea; number of
wouuded po syiQu need of attend
ance. A pinMt.G,-ture of the tio s is
the number cf children wounded.
Yesterday a I oy wai shot while re
turnirg from Hunday satiool. Today
a little girl win rhot on tbe stieet and,
it is thought, fatally wounded. She
waeHi! away appiraLt'y.lUtilea. ( ;
Train loads f troops are constantly '
"""arriving. . An incident of the disorders
is m follows : Mm. Mclllwaine on Sat
urday barangutd a Bmall crowd of
neighbors in regard to the rio's. and
roundly abu el tbe police, for firing!
upon toe peop e. ouh- nuerwara ex
pressed a fear that she would loe her
life on account of her spetch. Th?re
fore, in order to avrrd recgnition, put
on a bhek drfts on Sunday instead of
the white one wl ich she wore Sat
urday. This pricau in, however,
failed to save hrr. Yesterday, during
the progress of the riot, ehe lau to her
door to ga' her in some straying chil
dren. A t u . let struck her in the head
and she fi ll hfeliss in the doorway.
The asp. ct if affairs was so threat
ening at ni.on to.lay that the authori
ties orderei he taverns in the city
closed untii tomorrow evening.
Groups of men are assembled eveiy
where, ex(i:edly discussing the situa
tion. The military, early tlrs morn
ing, disported several rival mobs at
the point of th bayonet.
Holfllerw unit from Jnblln.
Dublin, Aniit 9. In response to
argent telegiaiusrecpived'from Belfast
'8st evening, 400 infantry soldier
some of tin-in he ng on furlough, were
summoned by bugle in the streets
and were diajntihid in haste to Bl
fast by special train. A body of 200
dregoonB aud ii faatry left fur Belfast
at 4 o'clock H is morning. The police
of Belfast will be superseded by the
THE rol'fc JIE11T1I.
JIls Hotline Hold to Be la Very
Paris, August 9 The Journal dee
Jklxile says that the Pope is seriously
in ana mat nia me is aesporea or.
rear of a Fatal Basal.
London, Augnst 9 Tbe teVi
Rome correspondent telegraphs tbat
tne rope nia two fsinuog spells on
'Saturday. He is much exhausted, but
continues to periorm ms usual duties,
His physicians have no feara ot a fatal
ja. (Better Feel in- ( Lea4
- London, August 9. During tbe past
weex a scmnt was turner at it lor
thrte month and 1 for short. Oa
the Stock Exchange business was ao
.tive and there was -a general upward
xbuublcv. American railway securl
ties were irregular und weak at the
opening under sales to secure profits
on me rereuc rise, DM recovered
through large buying by English in
-vestois, encouraged by reports of an
advance in receipts. Tbe character
of the dealings abowa an increasing
confidence in permanent revival cf
iraae m iae ueimu oistei. At tne
close Saturday all classes of stocks
Pabis. August 9. Business on the
Bourse during tbe week was inactive
and drooping with tbe exception of
foreign securities which were strong
ia sympathy with tbe feeling. on other
bouises. Three per cent, rentes de
creased 20. Credit foneier advanced
2f 60c. Saec canal shares fell 5f 60.
Panama canal f hares were steady with
a daily relapse, closing yesterday 25f
Bcsuif, August 9 Business on tbe
Bourse during tbe pa t week was very
quiet. Variations were " fractional
with an upward tendency. Hungar
ian g"ld rentes advanced J pr cent,
and Biissiann 3 per cent. Lonir ex
changii on London cloeed at 20 31,
short exchange oa London a'. 20.30,
and priyjtte diccount at H.
Fkkport, Aug'is" 9. Business on
the Bours during the week was s'rg
nant. Foreign stocks were fiim.
Austrian gold rentes closed at 97.70,
Hut gsrian cold rentes at 87.75, Aus
trian credit at 227, short exchange on
ix n a on at tu 40, exebange on New
York at 4 21, aid piiva:e ditcount at
Manifesto or trie Nailanal Liberal
London, August ! The National
L'beral Federation, the outztowth of
Mr. Cbamberlan s tors .ken caucus, has
issued a manifesto, saving: Although
the result of the election bai not real
ized our hopes the tit nation is encour
aging, the eupporuraot naif measures
being tbe smallest group in Parlia
ment. Mr. Gladstone has secured the
support of a vast majority of the Lib
erals and Liberal O'eamzitions. As
far as the federation is concerned the
retuits ot the appeal to the country
completely justify the course taken by
the council, (jreany as we reg-et our
losies the manner in which Liberals
responded to Mr. Gladstone's appeal
proves that the federation represents
the real opinion of the Liberal party.
That party being commi't d to (fleet
ing a union between England and Ire
land will never abandon that object
until the goal has been reached. No
progrers is possible in Liberal work
nntil that bts been set'led. Nor will
tbe Conservatives be able to indulge
in congenial inactivity. It is the im
perative, duty of Liberals to obtain at
the earliest poe sible moment an ex
plicit statement of the Tory policy in
retrard to Ireland. The Gladstone
policy still live and its ultimate tri
umpb is aesured.
OFF FOR . HE RICA.
Drpnrtnra of the Parnvll Delega
tion to tbe CulcaKu i'ouvenlloa.
Queenstown, Auuet 7 Three
thourand persons a3tembled yesterday
to bid goo 1 bye to the delegntes to Ihe
meeting of the Irish Naiional League
of America. Mr. O'Brien, in reply to
an address, sud he was going to CDiif-r
with tbe greater Ireland across the
ocean on the pdiiical situation.
Should coercion te attempted, he
said, Ireland wu'd be ready to meet
it undaunted. In the meantime he
advisjd erery Iriahmau to do his ut
most to maintain piace in order not
to give a pretext for coercion. Mr.
Redmond, in a Fpech, Baid that nntb
ing less than Mr. G ads om-'s measure
wou d eat sfy Ireland. Tbe Mayor
and tbe several meinbersof the House
of Commons accompanied the dele
gates on the tender which conveyed
them to the steamer. The greatest
enthusiasm was menif sted.
Cholera Raging la Yokohama and
San Francipco, August 8. Tbe
steamer Sn Pablo arriv. d toiay with
Hong Kong dates to July 13 and Yo
kohama to the 22d. An A sociaied
Press advice from Tokio, Japan, sayct:
"Chi lera is now raxing in Yokohama
and Tokio. In tho (o. mer p ace it is
worse than ever before. .During the
last five d' j-a (July 15 to 2J) the case3
hav averaged over one hundred daily,
deaths fiftv. There is every reason to
fear that it will spread further, as the
atirospheric conditions are, at the
Urisgnt time, favq:a,!)l9.to thg pr.ppa
ga iun of epidemics. The'we'nttier is
the hottest experieneJ. sines 1870 Up
to df.te only two foreiuners have been
a'.taiked, both of whom died, ihe
bettsr c asses of foreigners aud natives
are entirely free from the djsease.
Volcanic Dlntnrbaneea In AaNlralln,
San Fkancisco, Cal , August 9.
The fteamer Maiipjsa, which arrived
last evening from Australia, brings
further deitiils of the great volcanic
disturbances which la'ely occurred in
New Z aland. Heavy earthquakes
cntinue in Tarwara " and Sulphur
Springs diBtric's, Severe earihauakes
continue t) be felt in Rtodi distiicl.
A relief party sent out repoited that
Lske 'forward hd fallen considerablv.
The oil ha:h at Wharkarenarda was
throwing up stones and mud to a
hig'it of twenty feet aod the great
l ji ing lake, I'apatang', would sud
denly rife a3 mush as two feet and
then as quickly fall. Similar phenom
ena were observed at Kniirah Caldron,
wh en would rue twj f.itt in ca f an
hour, tlien es euddenly return to its
normaf level. Mr. D nsey, tne t le-
grph operator in cha'gaof Ro'orna
stations, ntar where tbe eruptions and
erthqiinkes are heaviest, reported
June 25th that volcano number one
was (trail and numbers two and three
were Bieamirg. iNuuiDsr t ur was
still throwing up mud. Lake Rotoma'
nana was comparatively quia, only
oue geter in toe center wa3 play
ing. loe parir. terrace genets were
sun mowing up clouds ol steam
but were less active than they had
i r. . "
oeen. ine immense cevusses created
between White Terrace and Tarawara
continued to steam and the cone on
top of Tarawara Mountain was throw
ing ont volumes of black smoke and
st- am." me Hew Zealand Herald savs
O i Galat a plains tbe voir ante showers
of mud look at times a mist eccentric
rou se, overleaping a section of land,
men sinaing anotner lorther on
in the same line. Dr. Hector, who is
miking a scientific examination of the
volcaoic districts, expecta tbat the
volcinic cone which was thrown up in
Lake Rotomahan during the disturb
ance had already (July 1st) attained a
height of 600 feet and waa daily adding
to its s'ature. He has named it Mount
Hazard, after the gentleman who lost
his life the first n;gbt of the great
eruption, a cc em leal examination ot
volcanic ashes show tt at tbey are
mostly composed of fine laal tic soil.
Everr human being had abandoned
iun m i'b s-cuuu oi country situated
within the line of the volcanic svfltem.
Photographers were busily engaged
rating views oi ine region.
Crops la Krrpt.
Alcxandbia. Autrnft fl. The
Produce Associa'lon annnences tbat
tbe cotton and maize croDi are nor
mal, but twelve days late, owing toiibe
The Emperors at Gastela.
Gastkin. Aoeust. Emneror Fran-
is Joseph warmly welcomed Ecoperor
n ui.am on Ills arrival Hern tnrlav.
twioe embiacicgthejGerman Emperor.
Tne monarcbs remain here for a con
ference The Emperor Francis Josenh tndav
v:eited Emperor William and Prince
BismsK-k, spending hull an hour with
eacb. Count Ea noky, Austro-Hun-gary
Prime Minister, and Priice
uohenloh. Governor of Aleare Lor-
rame, called npon Prince Bismarck,
and subsequently Count Kalnoky v:s
led Emperor Wi.liam aod had sn in
terview with him Count Kalnoky
saveaSa'e banquet tbis af ernoon.
Empr es Elizabeth did net attend the
banquet, being ill. Wherever Em
peror, rrancts Joeenh appeared in
to lay he was followed by great throngs
of people, who cheered him nr hnl.
The neiner Abend Pott aav tlm nnr.
poe 'f the meeting of ih Emperois
of Germany and Austria at Gaetein is
to strsr.Ktoen by means of personal
nd coidiat lr.te' course ihe lnenosMo
of tbe two royal houses and people.
Labor Demtaatratloa at Braaaela,
Brussels, Angust 8. Today 10X0
workmen marched in an orderly pro
cession through the principal streets,
carrying red rUgs ard all Binglngtbe
luff rn-!- rnv. i . ..
-'marseuiH'se. ine uemonstrarion
waa preliminary to that to be held on
the 18th instant.
London, August 9. The returns
su- d by the Board of Trade show that
the imports for the month of July de
creased Z,idU,uuu as compared with
the fame month last year, and that the
exports increased 6!H),000.
Strike of the l'arla Walters.
Pabis, Auitist 9. The striking
waiters of l ana made a second demon
stration today. They beld a meetirg
in tbe Halles Centrales, in Montmaire,
andiuecame so disorderly Unit the po
lice were compelled to disperse them
Several of the strikers were arrested,
John Kuakln's Illness.
London, August 9. John RuBhin's
illness has decreasrd. His condition
is now announced to be that of con
Kir Samuel Fergnioa Dead.
London, August 9.- Sir Samuel Fer
guson, Q. C , LL.D., end president of
the Royal Irish Academy, is dead. Ho
was 76 years of age.
The Beanett-t'leld Libel fate.
Londin, August 9 A motion wrs
made before tbe Court of Quean's
Bench today to qnash the verdict of
the sheriff's Jury in the suit cf Cyras
W. Field against Janus Gordon Ben
nett for libel, in wliinh the latier was
ordered to pay $25,000 damages and
the costs of the suit. Tbe grounds on
which the action is based are that th e
coort bad no jurisdiction in tbe case,
both parties to the suit beirg foreign
ers and having no domicile in Eng
land j that the proceedings throughout
were misconceived and csu'd not be
supported. A hearing on tbe motion
was postponed until Wednesday.
Cholera la Ilalj.
Romb, August 9. The cholera r turcs
since the last report showlin Barletta
1:0 new cares. 53 deaths: lirindifi. 11
new cars, 6 dea'l.s; B; lona, 8 new
cases, 0 deatbs; Ravenna, lOuow casep,
3 deaths; Venice, 6 now cases, and
elsewhere 85 new cases, 12 diatl s.
Will Be Taken Care of at House.
London. August 9. Sir R G. C.
Hamilton, Utder Secietary for Ire
land, will, it is announced, be trans
ferred to England and be given a post
under the government there. He will
be succeeded in his present cilice by
London, August 9. The Home Of
fice has been informed from New
York that a number of dynamiters
have le(t the United States for tbe
i hs purpose of making a 'tucks on tbe
Engi sh Government. The conspira
tors, the report si ys, will go from New
York to Paiis and there asa t a favor-
oruble, oppor unity of onteiiug Eng
land. The Home 'OlficLrs notified
the French Government. Ei2fr of tbe
Home Department olJimia declare
that theyjiilie.vethe'ie enterprise,
as reported Tom Newiork, is merely
a renewal of O'Donovan Rossi's dem
onstrations .to raife money.
The British Cnrrjacy Question.
T nwiutu A nfrnae HtTVi a i n- m .
melit has adnptsd thesis op "sal of tho
Royal Commission on tbevPepiejSion
in Trade to appoint a special cjinmit-
tce to examine the currency quostion.
Trouble Bntween French and
Pabis, August 9. Marseilles fiihir-
men comp'ain that the fisheries agree
ment recently made bttween France
and Italy sacrifices 'heir interests, and
they threaten to protect themsetvrS
unless tbe tovernmcnt protect) them
lrom Italian encroachments.
Turkey and Ureece.
Conbtan iiNOPi.it. Aucutt 9 Tl
formation of an army corps of 40,000
men in Macedonia ia due to the recent
language of M. Tricouois regarding
Greea claims and lbs etlorts of KiiH'
eian emissaries t ) foment a rebellion
in Macedonia, which enoits have bono
more active since the union i f lJulna
riaand Eisein Roumlia thwarted
RusRian propaganda in Bulgaria.
GRAIN IN SIGHT.
Statements or the Bew Tork
Chlcnao Boards of Trade,
Chicago, III , August 9. Tho Chi
cago repoit of tbe visible supply of
grain is as .follows: On August 7th
Wheat, 3(1,702,992 bu: increase. 2.09B.-
194 hu. Corn, 8,697,705 bu; deoreae.
549.8U8 nu. uats, Z021,5t)7 bu; in
crease, 266,771 bu. Rye. 429,148 bu
increase, 58,073 bu. Barley, 2M,eti
bu; increase, 29.884 bu. Htocks of
gram in Ch cago on Angust 9th are re
ported as fallows: Wheat, 8,3 0,2i5
Du; corn, z;i,i'ja bu: joat', 812,447
duj rye, idu aoo pn ; parley, 68,748 bu,
The Rew Tork Statement.
Nw York. August 9. The follow
ing was tbe visible supply of grain
ACgni to, as compiled py tne rro
duca Exchange: Wheat, 36.752 S "4 bu
increase, 2,095,910 bo. Corn, 8,65,34
hu ; decrease, 040,813 bu Uats. 20.'
212,38 bu ; increase, 266,457 bu. Rye
4zu,sty on: increase, 4,3ll bu. Bar
ley, 252,684 bu; increase, 25,8bC bu,
Clear the Way
For thsotoap from thsrjraUm of Its watt
and debrti, whleh, il rtUlntd, wouH rititts
th bodily fluid! and ortrthrow hssltb. That
Important ohunel of exit, the bowelt, msj
do sept permaoeoiiT rro rrom obitrsctior
bj ntios lh non f riitni, nntly atin an
Mroesb s ostbartio, iloi etier'i Moina lti
tort, wbiobnot only liberate! impurkle,ut
iDviaoratoe ine iininsoi too tntetunsl eansl,
whan waahaoad br oonitiDation or thA n.
wias die of violaat partatives. The ilom
sob. lirar sad crlnarr ortane are llkaoiaa
reialoroaa aaa sroaecaio nealtbrul aotion b
Ihia bana-Soant lonio anl oorrantiva. an.
srarr or (an, fiber, maiole and nerre aiperi
enoet a abare of Ita inTiforatins infliene.
Unobjaottooabla In flavor, a moat rental and
wboleiom medicinal itlmulant. and rwiaf
lie emo&ey to ooianic lonroea exeiusireif , u
ia the renadr beat adapted to household su,
on aoflotint ot IIS aaletr. wide innu
ipeeaj aettea. ,
ado a Aaalsam. at.
ClNCiaNATt. O.. August 9. Edwin
Alden & Bros. , newspaper advertising
gents, at o. oo west rouna street,
witna Drancn in new lork Ci v.
mads an alignment todav to A. M
warner. xneir nominal uatiintlea are
estimated at $192,000, with nominal
assets of $272,000. These eonsi-1 of
contracts for adver ising, and form a
peculiar sort of propsrty Tfce firm
has been of lonu standing, and has
ctrried oa a very extensive business
No close estimate cn be made as to
tbe real aseets and liabilities, owiag to
the uncertain na ure of outstanding
Of pure Cod Liver Oil, with Fypo-
Dhosobites. is a most valuable reinedr
for consumpt'on, scrofula, wasting dis
eaes of m i Id; en, colds a id chronic
coughs, and in all conditions where
there is a less of fijoh, a lark of nerve
power and a geneial debility of the
It says the meeting ia
guarantee of peace.
WEEKLY CROP REPORT.
TH CORN BELT STILL SI I FEB-
INU FOR RUN.
Whole Fields Destroyed in Iowa and
Illinois Condition of Win
Chicago, III., August 8. The fol
lowing cioa summary will appear in
tbis week's isjue of the Furmir' Vi'e-
ricw: Kaioe have impioved tho proi
twets for corn in portions of Minne-ota.
il iwa, Illinois, Ohio and Kansas, while
n IuUiana the tenor of reports indi
cates a full average yield. cry large
sections in all the remeitiirg ecru
growing 8 ales have as yet had no re
lief from the drouth, and reports are
now coming which wou'd indicate a
failure of the ciop in wide area. Tl e
reports ircm Pu'nam county, in Illi
nois, state tbat much of the corn is
fired in tbe ear. In Schuyler county,
I'l.,entire fields a-e repotted destroy d.
In Bureau, E.laards, Iroquois, Uiiion,
Piatt, DeKalb and Fu'aski counties,
in Illinois, thousands cf acres ere re
ported mined, and the outlook, even
with rain, dee not ibdicUe mors than
half a yield. Ia Montgomery ard Ed
i ar c. un it s limely tains htvs m-uicl
Ihe prospect of a good yield
la Jaiper, Fayit.e, Cliy, Mufoa-ioe,
Hardin and Tama cnur.ticp, in lows.
the outlook is regaided as very poor
with a procpect f not to exceed one-
third to one half an average yie'd. In
Sac, Woodbury and Webster counties,
in lows, there is s:ill the piomise of a
loll average croj.
Ia Oni-j tbe g neial out'o.k for corn
has been improved by r.,iiie, wit'i sn
outlcos ol 65 pi r cent, of an average
la Atcliisir, l.aoeiie and Alou
coun'ies, in Kansas, there is tho pios
pect of nno liilf an avereg yield of
coin. Id Cluu ai:qua and Ciraluiin
counties the yield is placid at three
fourths of an average.
In MinDnsota corn hits at'mnw a
growth of MX to eight f--er, and tho
present outlook is for neaily an aver
age crop. In Olmstead and Blue Earth
counties the outlook i very good.
Tnrougbout Missouri the prospect is
not good for more than ore-half to
three-four! lis of au average crop
ihe reports lrom JNiinn-eot do rot
give tbe promise to txco.d one-half aa
In Aobra'-ka the piosprct (ontu ues
goid lor nearly a full averiig y it Ul.
Ibe quality ot the winter wheat is
generally rep irted as above tho uvr
age. The berry is plump and lurj,
giving a promise that t' e gain will
grade unusu.lly well.
this is the tenor ot reports from
Kaneu, MiBSonri, Illinois ard Indi
ana. Ihe yield ot epr ng wheat in
Iowa iangja from twelve to twenty-
two ItHliels to tho arr, orlyono
county, Muacet'ne, repoitirg the hit
In Minne ota the vielu is repoited
at from ton to fifteen bueho's.
In Nebraska the yield ranges from
six to fifteen bushels. Tr.e c inpl tints
are general frra Iowa, Mistouri, Indi
ana, Wissonsia and It inoia of pas
tures drying up and failqg.
If tho Liver be
comes torpid, if tho
bowels sre constipated, or if the stouiacn
8i f ii Hs'fiiiiotious roporly,utt)
H , They are lnvn,' blo.
JS tni-9 I was a vi tu to Liver
1. a couHeimctice )f wlilcb i
f ) Gcncriil Debt K und Imlt-
I Xi'W boxes of Avers tills
to perfect hr lib. W. T.
Urightney, rfendcinon, W.
Viir venrn T tiiivo- rpllfil ninro tinnat
Aycr'a l'illti tint ii unj tliiug else, to
. r- i i
my bowels. These Pills nrc mild In action,
and do lliclr work llioroiiirlily. 1 liuvc nsotj
tbcin Willi (rood ctlVi't. in discs of Hlicu-nmti-in.
Kidney Trouble, mid Dyspepsia.
O. K Miller, Atllfboroujj'li, Jliisa.
Ayer'a Pills cured me of Stomach und
Liver troubles, from which I had suffered
for veins. 1 consider tliein tlio best pilb
Hindi-, mid would not bo without tbcin.
Jlorns tulles, Downsvllle, Ji, V.
I whs attacked with Itillous Fever,
which was followed by Jaundice, mid wits
so dangerously ill that my friends de
("paired of inv recovery. I commenced
taking Ayer's l'llls. and soon regained my
customary strength und vigor. Johu V,
rattiion, l.oweii, Rubrasku.
Last aprlng I luffercd grentlv from
troublesome humor on my side. In unite
of every effort to cure this eruptlou, It In
creased until tho flesh became entirely
raw. i was irouiiicu, ttl tna suine lllno,
with Indigestion, and distressing pains In
By tbe advice of a friend I began taking
Ayer'a Pills. In a short time I waa free
from pain, my food digested properly, the
eorei on my body comniemx-u healing,
and, in less than one month, I was cured.
Samuel v. wane, Atlunla, Ua.
l nave long uaed Ayer'a rilla, In my
family, and believe them to be the beat
pilla made. 8. C. Dardon, Darden, Mlis.
My wife and little girl were taken with
Dynentery a few davs ago. and I at ones
began alvlnar them small dosea of Avar's
Pills, thinking I would call a doctor If tbe
aieeaee becaine anv worse. In a abort
time the bloody discharges atopiwd, all
pain went sway, ana neaiiu was restored.
Theodore Ealing, Richmond, Va.
Fraparad bjr Or. J.C. Ayar k Co., Iwall, Haas,
old by all Itoalers la Medicine.
The Oiiarlnal ad Only Oeanlae.
Sals sod alwart Rsliabls. Bawirroof warlh.
ImlUtiona. Indlspanaablato llIH,
A'H four DrncKlsi lor Utalcbeater's
Kna;li "and take no other, or inaloss 4e
(amp) to hi for vartlealan is uttn b
loiars mail, a raraa, uai.
aiaieeter I heinteal
MAIS HMiinoai Hqnare, Pbllada.,
aTHAUKiappllad br OB0. C.00DW15
Fen 7 And
V .ti;: Ty aasa.
Triouiv Mrfect ubstltutA tot Mother's
miiKa aiiTiuuvDi id cno9f9 inrBnium
vod TtHlng:. prwdlMtd food tor Dy-
P"mwi voniiumpimf, vonvaiivawfinfa
l-arimji, alQxnM in aUl Waitlfl
HmuItm DO OOOklDflP. Our Hook. Thai dmr
nd PMdlns of Infant, oiiil tr.
DO LIB KB. QOQDALM CO.. Boston. If km.
MtKPHif Pitt Fl i ir UniritRir. In.
llfflM. iy MKrf li,n Mtrnnt.
Uritrmm. Ti.. Julr '. 18W
AT a siaatios of the Board ol Direi-ton
held this ). a Ca.h Kiriil.nil of t'lv
H.r ful. on the caoitai atock ol tba eon
panr was daolared, pay bla on oeiaand.
Uyoiaeroi ine iioaru ol ifrei-iurs.
NAPOLEON UILL, Preaidsnt.
A'tedr IIksst J. iisir, Owhier.
Tho most wonderful Pain-Curcr tho world has ever
known. Its effects are instantaneous.
Children Cry for
CHEAPBY THE GALLON.
13. J". iSESIUCaVtESaS; tSo oo.
Z. N. KSTEt).
(rJUtt KKNOKH TO
Vl olesale Grocers
Nos. II 1-2 and 13 Union
! i.imw p. i,.,i R. Hodwln St Co.
MUJjIiIWS ft YONQE,
Cotton Factors &Commission Slerchanta
No. 1 Ifowar'd'n Itow, (ir. Front, ani iTlon. MimiipIiIh.
THE LIVERKORE FOUNDRY AND MACHINE COMPAN"
FOUNDRY & MACHINE DEPT.
IRON & RAILWAY SUIWLY
tSuceemori In thlt loinirlinenf to JO)H r-iANii()l.'K.)
' aa-Wrll" B for InforaiRtMin on ANY '111111 n . iCPllr.B
iCf FUNI)ERS & MACHINISTS,
'StfA t?A"l MANUFACTUKEKH AND DKALEKS IS
i. I GODWIN k CO.
And Commission Merchants,
3fo. and SO MatlUon Streets MerapliU,
a UJS Mil J Ei JL M. JCal"""
Iatea to uos who daalre to trr It.
eatflas ant r Meaaakla.
- r it fiaii t-wJ3J.-t'J" r- ---rir- a- 'mVr-T - v
AW AMD rUIlHU-IIILL, lATMilD
Doors, Sash. Blinds, Molding, Lumber,
Latb and Shingles, Flooring, Colling and Cedar Posts.
MTC1K1M11N. - - T R W "V VMH K W
A. SMITH, Praprleier .
J. S. Iltl.
J ft LaeWJ? i5a
W. M. HOHTOt,
Late of Usaohsm t Jiorton.
Late of J. 8. D. A Son.
DAT, HORTON & BAILEY,
GROCERS AND COTTON FACTORS,
360-362 front Street
W. 11. UOAN.
tes fc CSo
KNflN, DO IN A (.(
and Cotton Factors
Strfeet, Memphis, Tenn.
JAS. yoNUK, lataoi J. VI, (Jul dwell k Mi
DMIto 171 Ad uus St., Monipbl'
,. ;-x-:i 9 tl.tllerlrua
I)Kl"T, 82 und 22S Second St.
is Chickas&fr Ironworkr
JOHN ., K A MILK & CO., t'KOI'B'S,
GS .Second St. Memphis, Tcr.
Itriullonl 'orn mitl Wlit'Ht flllll
Col lou I'rCHM, Cotton UlitM,
NlialtliiK, Iii!leyN, l ie.
Hl'l.t'IAI. JOI'H'F.We are i.rciiared to All ord.n
on niof notioe, for thn oele. ruled Mwlart raen.
Hrmiklii hi I'lilley. We oarry In ttooli orsr
Two Hundred Aaaorted : ii'i.
e-Sond fr ('ntnlmriie und Prlce H't.
BT THE BABRf I, OR V4B S OB 1
barr. loU dalirered rn the ollr at ysry los
peelal Katea ut au auiaia oa atauiroaa
P. M. PATTFRSOW & CO
. ' '. m ' j,r,f " , "i is.- a
AVERY GIN CU.
W. A. fSinllb'ii I'at. Neparntor.
Eagle Eclipse Jluller HIdr,
Plain 10 Inch (Jin, and
SOUTHERN RTAlt DAKD PRESS.
Prkeat Fai-torf , IOO aod SIlO.
ALLISON EU COT' ON ( LEAKERS.
aw All klnda of Ulni Repaired. Special
Itiicoant to the 1'rade "a
l anrt aa rreai Nt , lmhl, Tena
J. W. HII,RT.
Late of Hily Cotlnttot
WILL bs opened Jons lit. Thlt noted
wjterln-iilace ia tituated ail miles
lrom Una Fornaoe, oo the Naehrille and
Tuaraluors railroad, in Uickman eoonty
Tenn. Hark will meet all train, at JJtna
and will punvey (delta to iprinji at a very
Boanl, fio Per Month) 91 Per Day.
Mpet-lnl Hatra to ramlllea.
We invite all who with to ipend the moil
rieaant Keaion of their live, to come to
Beaverdain, e-i poiallr aeekera of pleaaore
and health. Uod water and pure sir ia
II r II It I. I NTO M BltOIS ,
. I.lverrmen, CWrevllle, Tenn.
K. A. DKAN. Proc Uentreville jlojsl.
fKAND IIOI II., ALI N SPRIKWS
,,. , Kockbridge Co., Va. Iliih up in the
Virginia mountain!. Pirture.que lurrouml
lng,eteniveand heaulilullj ihaded lawn.
Oa, eleotrio holla, and all modern Imrrors
menla. Two .luily iu ili.iio.it, teleitrni.li und
etrei oface. on the preniiaea. Tub!e the
Tery bet. Liuuriou'ly furnlnhcd rooinai
Hi erh band t niiuic. Send for illuatrateii
pamphlet. Chargen moderate. Open for vi.
itorn. June loth. Vntrrt: Al.,m, ChnUbtal
and w.fna,. R. T W ILly1 ? SON.Man'rr.
Anioni; the Northern Laken
of Wi.pon.in, MinneanU and Iowa, are hun
dred, of delightlul plaoea where one Pan paai
the aumuier tnonlha In quiet reat aadeujoy
pent, and return home at thn end of the
heated term completely rejuvenated. Each
recurring leaaon bringi to Ooonomowoo,
Waukeaha, Heaver Dam, Krontennp, Oko
boji, Minnetonka, White Hear, and innu
merable other charming localilioa with ro
mantic, nam.., taouaanda of our beat peot.ls
whoas winter beiuei ar.on either liiie ot Ma
Ion and Dllon'. Hoe. Klrganct and com.
fort, at s moderate coat, can be readily ob
tained. A liat ot auuiuer hou.e.. with all
nenaaaary inlorma inn pertaining ilioreto, 1.
being diatributed by the Cmctuo, V u.wao
na a Nil St. t'jm. Railwat, and will beaenl
free upon applioatli n by letter to A. V. II.
larpemor, uenorui raaaetger AKent, .Mil-
wauare. n ia.
White Cliff Mineral Springs,
M nil ran laiali. Taaa.uu
RITV ATKU on top of t'hilhowee Mountain
'Jl b . I .a. .... I .... I I . 1 .
pure atmoaphere, magnificent acen.ry anil
comfortable nooomnioda ion.. Huily line ol
lagea and daily mail from Athena, Tenn.,
over a good road; diatance alxteen mile..
Telegraph oliioe in hotel, connecting with
other line, at Athena. TVrma rcaaonabls
and ajieoinl rate, tor familio.. For circu
lara, giving analyiia of water., etc., nddreaf
proprietor, T. A. MAlilLI,,
nnito tun piiirioga, ienn.
Crab Orclianl Springs,
T INt'OLN COl'NTY.KY.-Theeipellcnce
J of the cuifine it ml iippommoilatiitna char-a-trriatic
ol tbia hotel during the (mat tines
tciira. ahull ho fully luaiutained thia aeaaon.
Kii'uralnn tickota to the Spring by tho L.
and N. Ktiilwuy arc good via l.ouiav il'e, both
going and rcturniiu, to proceed on Hraltruin
ruci'eeding arrival in Loulavillo.
W T (lit ANT, l'rc 't. .1. C KIND.Sui.'t.
CURTIS & CO.
LOGGERS' & RAFTFRS'APPLIAN CES
SAW AND ?LANING MILL SUPPLIES
48-WIUTli: VOH A l'AI.lt;l K. -fcS
kTTNDiyt and by virtue of tworcrtiiln truat
I,. 1. 1 vFila'eier'rrtetl to tne, na'Taafco fuly
''r.oor lAl intlook No. 117. ine itt. tun' Uook
No. 117, page 2 ' of Ihe Hegiatnr a oflica o(
Mieiny ootinty. I enn.. UciHult having beon
made therein, I tri'l , aa aurh trttatee, oo
NlllldHJr, AllgllNI SO. 1HH,:
during lean I houra, on the anulhwe.t corner
of Ma n and Madilon rtrcota, in the city of
Meniplila, Tenn., aa iupIi t uatee, soli at
pulilio auction, to the highoat biild'r, for
cuah, n certain lot ol land, altuatcd in the
city of Memphia, rihelby county, Tenn., be
ginning on thn north aide of Spring alreet
at tbe aniitheitat cornar of lot No. Ill nf the
aubd'viaion ot land fnrmorly owned by Dr.
lliidlev llunn. and ritnningthenoc wtlatward
with Spring atroal ot) leet; theice northward
'.HI feet to the aouth line ol lot No. 7 ol laid
lulidiviaion ; thence eaatward with the aoutU
llnool anid lnt No. 7 aiity loet to the west
line or lot No. II thenfe anu'hward with
Ihe weal line of aiftd lot 11 ninety loet In the
beginning. Kquity ot redumption waived!
title believed to be good, but I will sell only
ai truateu. July 2M, IMS.1.
. II , II KMH)ORlr, Truatee.
Cream Italtn UZZf LY'&7
or Powder. Fret
from Injur Ion
..v. od".. HAY-FEVER
A parllola it applied Into each noalrll and
It agreeabls. Pries Ml centi at l-umlata;
Uy mall, r.glatertd, tUlcenta. Circular, free.
KLY UHUH., I)rugtlii, Owego, N. Y.
"Londca" Trouser stretcher
Patented In Karon and Uni
ted Statea. Note, Aiteata la
ailed alatea for celebrated
John Hamilton A Co. Stretch
er. Takei baaalac aaat of
aneea reatorsi pantaloonf to
original abaps. Only patented
Stretcher combining acrew red
in combination with clampi.
All olh.rp Intrlntementa.
Original and only elr-cli-r
for Keailt-narn's nae. B
fiipre.i leourely packed. Pries t2 AU. Write
for circular.. Airenia wnnien in every ouy.
tl W. NIMH MMi TO , Hoaton.MMae
DRR and by virtue of a certain deed
U of Ir
Iru't eaecu'e I to me, aa truster, and
i default hi. been made, du y re
corded in book l'2r, pare 1(12, of the Hegia
ter'i ofllce of .Shelby cunti-, Tenn , I will,
tin eioliofiy, AU-goai uir. i-.n,
during legal houra, on me aouthwe-t c, rner
of Main and Mndiuo llt-eet". in lliecityol
Mempbia, Tenn.. I na.'h tiuar-'O, acil at
public auction, tl tl a rtigha-1 lii blrr, for
caab. a cvrtiin lot c I itno, nm il In helby
coui.ty, Term . ani Itiprit cd io n w. to
wit : I eing the no 1 1 1 tinli I lot No 4'J of
il V. Hill i ubdn Iluu, Ironting M m on
the weal aide ot l-tiitttn atri t and running
back weat between paril'tl liti.a a" anight
anale. to id trpet aJ Irrt au n 1 1 -y . and
beirg earns land deiPribed in abnte men
tioned truat deed K i u I ' y i f rei. mo iftt
waived I t tls b lie veil to be gnol, ut 1 will
oniy oonvsy aa truatee July liM, lMii.
U. IlKN.SDOltK. Tru tea.
y-'!"'i!,;''.',)'-4 gener tor amdesg-C'-k
y'it,'-tii preaaly r tie curs
f Z?A CliECVL A denera... ol
VRIC.mrJiaV ,Tbr.,T. no
FOHn 9 tnlnakeabou thiiin
w J atrutuenl tbe con-
them to bealtbv action. Do not eoulound
tlits with Kleotrlo llolu adyortiaod to core
all ill. from head to toe. It lor tbe UN H
peciflc purpoae. For circular giving fall
nlnrinatlton, auareea tnaerar wninnr
lot w..hngr.n tireer. i nice-- . "
A boot oi iiaj i aao..
Ihe beat book lor
newppapsra and satlmatei i o the co.t of as
rertieing. The advertiaor who wanta toapeni
one dollar, flndi in it thelnforinatton ho ra.
iiuirea. while tor him who will inve.t ov
bui dred thouaand dollar! In advertnine.f
cheiw- il Bdicated which will meet tit
every req i ement, or can bs made to doi
by alight change- easily arrived at by eorr.
ipond. ncs. Ons hundred and Uliy-thru
edition! hays been iiaud. bent, poatpai,
to any a'ldrei. 'or ten teai.. 'f''g "fV
V. KtM. r.LL .g l-l'.. e i rrr' n
'ucc it. (Print'A
nrk . luu
ni Uonis Square , til'
8io 4rff'.cT inniQ
AT A KM II,
liny Fevrr.17 J "