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MOB RULE AT BUFAST,
ADDITIONAL DETAILS OF THE
BLOODY RIOTS.
The Cltj Tlrtuaiij Catter Military
Rule Man jCompIalnts Affalaet
the Police.
Bki.fa.iTi Anprnat 10 -If lioting
biesks oat apiln it is likely that war
tial law will be ptoclairasrJ. During
jeituJay two opposing mobs in an
ontiving district managed to lode the
police and retired to a sheltered field
where lor an tour there waa a U'
perate melee.1 Both partlea claimed a
viftnrv. It ia believed that two per
sons were killed and that their bodiea
were Hnugjrled to their homea. One
:in ilnr.larna that aixteen rjeraons
full, mauv of whom were dead. It
a evident that each party intended
to annihilate the other. The mots
vera diancraed by the military and
nnln. It in ronnrt'd that during
commotion on Shank Hill the police
were preparing to fire when they
were confronted by the military and
pmemptoriiy ordered to desist. Toe
nol'ce suddenly lowered their rifles
tha militav commanders sue-
twdeA In uririnn the rioters, most of
whom it wan believed were Protest
au a. to ro'.urn to Iheir homes. A cer
tain man ariia!od f.ur hoursbya
mi b thirsting for bis blood, but he
e'uilcd bis pursuers after a doi-perite
i-fl'.irt, when nearly anccambing t) ax-
haastion. The p-lae rewuea iniu v,
charging his purcuers at the point of
the bayonet. A boy waa chased by a
mob on emergir g Irom the back en
trance of a factory and was badly
beaten.
SIR MUHAfcX HirKS IIBAl.il,
Cl.lif Keert-Ury for Ireland, and
Tiinie Kdward of r-axo Weimar, Com
mnili'r In Chief of the Irish forces,
aud Kir Robert Hamilton, Under Sec
retary for loland, held a conference
at Dublin yesterday at which it was
dicidedto invest the superior mili
tary Ofllcfrs at Bolfaat with magisterial
power. The local justxfs yesterday
ordeied lht all taverns be kept c osed
from 6 o'clock yesterday afternoon
until Thursday. At a pracable meet
ing of artisans yesierday resolutions
were adopted a rongly condemning
the police. At the Mithodist minia-
tnr' ronlerenre a resolution wa
paiiseil exprefilng regret at tbe reck
less acrillce of life. At two inquests
v.r.linta wire renderrd reflecting on
thn conduct of the police. Nine-
mi re inquet-U will be hold today at
which BUrtllng revelations are ex
pected. A HBRIOUS MKLKB
haa taken nlace on Park atieet The
furniture io many houses Was broken
np to make weapons for the mob. Thn
heaiest fighlios Hunclay night oc
curred in Springfiold. It is stated that
the btttle was waged in regular guer
rilla fashion. The Catholics held a
fluid ' protected by trees, while the
Pip eilauta occhpted an embrssnre
opp Kit, In which they lay down. The
cm Uxtau's aimed with remarkable
cnomew, picking eaeh other off as if
they 'ki re so many targtts. They
were no' interfered with by the polite
or soldiu a. who were fully occupied
inthscty. It is rumored that sixty
of tlie rioters were hit dowa, many
of wi.otn were killed
MOKB TROUHLI riARKI).
The girl who was o..nded at noon
yestsiday (s dying. Tue tiwnleep
parenlly quist, but niirchiuf miiouI
dtT, and it is thought the rioters are
wnteliirg their ctuiice t renew hos
filiiiee. The milittiy rccupy the
etreite, aid further reinforo-ments
ha t ohii roqtii uteri. The Orane
men ri bitleny Incei s-d rgalnit the
county police, whom ihey singe to bo
in fym.i-thy with tl.e lathi.lics. Fit y
riot-ru h iVe b 't'li toutenci d to temis
ot i i pHHOi merit running, fiom one to
six ii i-n'h-.
ATTACKS OS TUB PJLH . j
There are now 6501) extra m lU'-y
ami lo'ire qiiKr urnl in lUilfut and
lu iroa'O t'Oiiiibg. At - o'clock tttiB
morning the mob nruhi a desperate
attaik upon the r.olino W,M "tan1 a,
had y vtoumiing soma. I" liallyiua
ra' ret the pnllie were att'ekud i h
etoiies Htid a po'ice inipouior huit
ALMOST AS AI.MY.
Five t'. oii'and iroo.ig and L'"G) ccn
tilnblo o eiipy thn ih'tnrl)d iliutriits.
Ti e pr. r:euce of the police tmls t ) in
crcfiic lit-t nd ol aupiire s the disor
der. Pio'eeiat'ta iiei-lnre that ("a ho
licj warn the nui-iosr-ors by wteckil g
l'rivi slant limn-", lnln Cbtlinliia nrV)
equally rerUin that Fro est tuts worn
ttiw agr '(B us. IX one tliinu there ia
no it i.t'i- never did to m lu of dif
fcu nt. religions di'p'aya more blocd
foray dir to kill r maim eaeh
otlio-. During ir.e tlgM ng o:i Kuaday
and Moudav. wLo'icver powder ran
hIi rt vi'iig on botli ti; cs, with flat
ho nil l ulli-r iniplemunte, t:rciund
ui L i; iii.iH ot t IilsU a powi1tr ititi a
r. int. iLl. fur emu I .rms, while bovs
of -eiidor rs" mul ed had Into imlle's
sin a ujs. While the ilotis were lir
ing you ha and women elood luliind
th ."u hmily 1' adinwsparegiiDsin rrder
. tJp ei-cnta wiecf time. TlielnsiUde
)ate i umil 1 o'clock yw-tnday mom
iiiK, wU"nt:ie ammuni ion iiave mit
ant a ta it truce ecsueo, both tiilea
rti:i v ng the d-iad and wounded to
the t ht lime. Ilot'i nidi a are doing
tl.eir titm t to tilde their loesee. Ou
Mo in' ay the Trou-slantl received a
wele me donntion of twenty-five rifles
an 1 ini'.c i amiuuiiitiou lioin Ballyma
inri't em-a h ser, while the BBlly
nanri c'i Na'li'Ciili.ts rent the Catho
lics a supply t ( amnion tion aod many
rev ilver of the type called "Swte:
lieaita" TliC i len lulfiesj of weapooa
will I'ors'i'.ut ' tlctcavest danger in
fie f tture. There ia a general de
lta d (or a house to houae search for
aims.
CADHB OK 1HK TROD1IH,
A vii itor -v bn Ins been s udyinglhe
ii"ti wr.ta: "It is UFeUas mitclng
n titters. The pol cu huve Hied upon
and n'Rinpeiivt from panic, not t orn
vindictive' e s. 'lhineoiileaHsaitthat
the Intier vtas thn vausu. The people
r god the l o ictHs inurdeters, not
i.r. t ctjrs. Th it hist must be faced,
llnnd ei's i f 111" P' pie hkve friends
it- at or d? nsj. It is worse than use
lei tmai uiy want only tj atttck
ti e po ice. The la ter now epnent
Urn n o.i'ii'n il aillv, drnth deAling
niisilts. The frit-ndjind neighbors
oft;.o kilie l end wiUii'tod all r?grd
fhcioli-eai f iep. 'I'lieir b.rtt prs
mn is a terror to the renulBed, nd
eiilud " t!ie I Ih ufwlit n es. This
ia n iw the irr-at. stiprnu ilillicnl y. 1
have en men in respec table houses
thnw.ngai. a ba'ih of twentv polic
men, e.-iortnl by 100 hoise (oldurs "
NVMBROUB COMIM.AI.NM8
tmvn heen mad of theheliavi rof the
police. Ode ii in says tt at while
going home tkrouyh a qu et atreet te
vu aicoDod br S'X cons abls, who
rudely eeirched him, ordered him to
give an account nf himself, and then
imperatively detrauded hiiu to go
An tner writes mat
rmriMrtahle tobaceociit'a shop, npon
aseing & poach engraved with like
ness ot.Vhamneriain.'nang it aown,
can-ing Chamberlain for "going
against them." One of them, aauresi
in the ladv behind the counter, raid:
"Yon are afraid of the Tipperary boys.
I put six ballets into an Orangeman
last nigh', and I'll give them double
tonight. If I had my own way I
wouT'n't leave one."
MADHICB ntALV,
member of Parliament for Cork city,
ha been instructed, on b-half of the
widow of Constable Gramer, hi
wis killed daring tbe Orange noti
here, to claim from the city an indem
nity of $15,000 for his death.
Baaaora al Lal.
London, August 10. Noon. A. re
port haa bee a received here that a
desperate riot took place this morning
in upiingfleld, Belfast.
A later dispatch from Belfast says
that only a few persons were wounded
in t le not in Springfield this morn
ing. A special correspondent of the Cen
tral AVun at Belfast telegraphs that
temporary quiet haa been restored
there, thanks to the tactical dis'ribu
tion of military forces. The persons
wounded ia the riots are making fair
progress toward recovery, except In
spector Bull, of tbe Royal Irish Con
nabulary, who is dying Inqnestsare
being held on the oodifsof thue
killed, and the funera's of some of the
v rtima ill be held today.
Tho Trlfiraph, referring to the Bel-
fiiat riots, eays: It nlmo't appears as
If the civil war predicted as the resnlt
of Gladstone's proposals hs already
commencod. We cannot accuse the
police of undue p'eiipiUncy, sun less
ol a ilea re t1) wantonly shed blocd.
The demon of religious fanaticism
which thev lnve c infrrnti d I ai diawn
unon them the enmity of Prot:stants
and Catholics. In one way shocking
even's ate a useful It srson. They re
veal what pi ace we neard when there
seemed a chance of the Gladstone bill
nam-ino.
The AVw lays: It is evident the
deadlie t enemy of peace in Ireland is
the unhappy t jwn of nelf-t. Not
withstandinir the natural exasperation
caused by the defeat of home rule, not
a single other town has given a mo
ment's anxiety.
T n. Sullivan, member of Par la
ment for Dublin, at the meeting (f
the National L aRua held here today
innda a si?ech in which he mttinUinen
that until the teoanti in I 'eland had
Kolllnlf nt food and clotbinir f r them
selves and families their landlords
could bave no just claim to rent. Mr.
Hnllivan counselled tbe Irish peop'o
to act according to the law of self
preeerv.tlori, which, he iem;ndid
tbem, was the first law of nature. Tbe
Bolf.et rioting he argud was baed
noon lire indices and leelioes that bad
urown up nnder the encouraging in
fluence of "foreiirn misrule." and wai
ol a nature utterly at variance with
the wishes cf the real Irlrh people.
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 10. 1886.
TBE, OVOED TB1GEDT
RIPLEY, TERN.
Tbe Official Vole of Lanilerdale
Commij la tba ReeBt Elecllaai.
IsraoiAbTo thb trrsiL.I
Ripley, Tbnn., Augimt 10. In the
election on the 6th instant the vote of
Limlerda e county waa as follows:
Democratic Supreme Judges 1,007
Republican 8u pi erne Judges 1,230
Democritio msjer'ty 0(31
CHANCBl LOB TBNTII DIVISION.
John Homers (Dem.) 1,704
J. R. Walker (Rp) 1,103
Ho in bib's moioritv 631
.ItJIKIB TIIIKTBBNTa CIRCUIT.
Thos. J. Flippia (Dem) 1,800
C. B. 8 mont m (Dem ) 44
F.lppin's majority 950
ATT RNBY GHNBttAL T1IIRTKENTH CIR
CUIT.
H. L. Coikroft (D-mi ) of Dver 1,88
J. T. La tin (Rip.) ol Fnyt'tW 1,140
Cockr.ift's majority 737
Andrew Crockett was elct d Tins-
tee, W. Ii Mil or HlieiifJ, Wm. Jl.
J.ckion V unty CaintOerlr, B. C.
Durhnm (lirouu Court Clerk, and
John I). Itixtir Register. 'I'm y li e
all Douincir.'a
In Ho list Pr.Hiilentiitl election
l.iuidticlile county nave Clrtvelaid
14SH hiiI llluiin i:;:i(). Cievelnid'd
iiinj nity IT'S. Doiiui.ratic uuij irity in
Tours lay's ilei-i in 'or Supremo
Jiide.i t'-OS. Net Dauocr.tic gain 610.
HtRSASD(), MISi.
Til Hi n. J, II. Morgan Welcomed
Homvbjr Ilia 'ontltnrntH.
THE WHOLE T0W!C I3f MOL'KN-
im FOB TUE
Late II. X. SalllTaa-Mr. Down'
Cotdl'lon More Serious Tbe
tanse of the Trouble.
the engineer, and his son; Joseph I
Lester anf his 10 year old boy, ana
Joseph Haas. Another of Lester'a
son, fired 8 veara. and a man named
Fisher were fatally scalded. Several
othtri received scalds.
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JACKSOX, TESS.
Boja nanseroaaly lajnred
Jfarrlncra Bad Ueatba.
ISPICIAL TO TBI Arr til. I
Oxford, Mian., August lO.-S-Tbe 4ast
rl auflee in the moat deolorable tra-
geiy onrconiity has ever known closxl
tr.ij rcormrg ny tne eloquent iuau'a,i
ser'ioes ciiducUd at ine memcuiev
Cnu ch by Dr. J. J. Wheat ovr me
remains c (bii gifted friend, Hampton
M. Sullivan. Owing to Mr. Howry s
cri'ical condition there haa been no
committirg trial, hence we cannr.t
give tba particular. The immediate
caose tf the alTray.an old feud existed
between tbe partita: however, whl.h
began with a fisticuff at Abbeville sev
eral years ago. . Oily a few words
p Jsied at their meeting Saturday after-
uioo, poesiD y a diow, aou IU umm
Iv niatol in the hacdj of the Hon. C.
B. Howry spid the bullet tbat thirty
six hours thereef er stopped the life
hlnod of one of the noDieft
citizenB Oxford could ever boast,
and, ai a consequence, today toe loun
tdin of the public bear; is overflowing
ia our midit. Tbe bells are all toll-
in?, the squire and courthouse are
draped in mourung. the bank aad
s'O'is have surpndid busines', and a
f.eling of sadnes and gloom over
shadows all. B fo e dying the de
ceaied exprc jeed hisforgiveno3S cf the
man whj had ttie misiortune to lay
him low, widowed IU poor wife and
O'pbaned his five lovely children, dy-
ng lioping tue umui;oi8M, raiuor
miaht reio out a swing band and
draw bis slayer through the tortalsof
i arad b legiioea. Mr. uowry s con-
dton isgtoa innmoresaiious. He and
hia family have the eympatny oi me
entire countiy
Tbe Wbola Tows la Hoarmiufc-.
IsraniAL to tbs ArriiL.I
Oxford, Mi-s, Angust 10. The
s'ons, cllwes and an places oi dob:-
nes i Pace tie. n cutea nere tooay,
from 0 o'clock a.m. ti 6 o'clock p.m.,
a a trihutt of teipe t to the la e Hon.
H. M.Sullivan. All front d.ora and
many of the strre fronti and awnings
are draped in moorolng Tnijtiwu
never presetted a eadder appewance
nor has nniveisal mourning ever pre
vailed to such an extent. Almost
every ci iz4n of the town, black aod
white, attended the funeral services,
aid filled the Methodist Church to
overflowing, and fir two blocks the
streets were ciowded with people
enger to bear the pathetic aie
couree di liven d by Dr. J. J. Wheat
Mr. (Sullivan, a though a young man,
was a renior partner of the law firm of
Kullivan & Hu'livan which had a
largir common Ul law practice than
aoy firm in M esiiri ,ii, and ia per
haps better km wn. - .i firm a prac
tice exceeds lb ii o' nr entire bit.
tie was the beit frie i 'ie University
of Misniasippi e er 1. . He leaves a
wife and five children.
Urava Mlatabea t'orreeleU,
To tha Editors of tba Appeal t
The e wore grave mistakes ia the
"advices" receivid by the Ledgtr aud
publlehe in yesterday's is.-ue regard
mo the traedv at Oxford. Mine., in
which H. M. Sullivan, secretary of the
Board cf Tru'te-a of the Mieeiseippl
TTntvlti-, loat his life.
Fir.-0 B Hawry. who shot Sul
livan, is not a Uw protestor of the
university.
&cond. The causo cf the trouble
was not ia coaeeq lence of "the tecent
row amorg tbe profisii ra on tne re
1 iir ions o'lenticn."
Third. The late chancellor, al
though a religious man, ii not a h'got,
but ace irds t each and everyone, be
ha student or o'herwlse, liberty of
con-ciprce 'n religions worship.
Fourth Ii ia nt true "'hat be wjs
n t tn s.ieakii g t rms with numoroua
bi h. li 1 1 in the nniversiiy, all because
of riiaetenees in rligt n.
It, N uojiist and, to say the leas, un
kiiut tiaBiil tl.echdr.ictir of L'euten
ent Ujiiornl A. P. S ewirt, known to
t'.ous itulft all over fie South as a mun
tf punty nud of llJelity t) trit.
JISTICE.
Mkuphis, Tknn., AiikuhUO, UM.
.STiTE ( EXTR VL I'SIOX.
' ISPXOrAL TO TBB APPIAL.1
Jacksok. Tbmu . AuBUbt 10 A dis
patch received ber this morning from
Trezavant called Dr. J. 8. Fenner, of
tbis ctv. to attend the 10 year old eon
of W. l Alexander, of this city, who
wai thrown from a bore there, and, it
is feared, waa fatallv injured.
Henry Collins, the 10 year old son
of Mrs. T. E. Collin", of tois city, was
climbing a tree after a squirrel nest in
the Campbell grove, in toe western
rr of tha citv today, and a limb
some twenty-five feet aboe tbe ground
broke, precipitating him to tbe ground,
breaking his left leg above the knee
and giving h'm som severe bruises.
D s. C.rtwe 1 and Richelle at ended
him and he ia (tains well.
Mra. Marv Onandlar Wocten. wif-
of .1 P. Wi ot', of this city, died at 7
o'clocB p.m. of connection yehteroay,
aed 25 veirs
Mrs. Lncv J. Wil iams. aa o'd and
bin lily es eemed cit a n of thu citv,
died tcday at 3 o'clock p.m., eged W
years.
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air. j.a. u en ana .vtissuist iejomi
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t.v. were married at tre unit noose
this af ernoon by Ju tice T. O. Ling,
who waa mwminod bai'liy f'Om ttie
ttreet to perf irm tho ceremony.
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U the Liver be
comes torpid, if the
bowels are coiiHtlpated, or if the stonuoO
falls tl trl li Its fuuitions roperly,us
They are luval ble.
Jura I was a vt in to LlveJ
3 consequence )f which I
t General Delil F and Indl.
tfW Tha copartnership hsretofora axlstint between C n. BR ACKETT and F0BF.UT LOCK-
tVOOU te tills day disiolved by mutual consent v. u. uraorit retires inm ine nrm an
Robert Loekwood asiumes all tha liabilities and colleets the indehtedneM due tbe firni.
O gQed v I v ri r, i t .
15 g J i K0BERT L0CKW00D.
Ho. 4641, H. D.-Chaneerj Court of B-ell7
eonnty-Carolina Blanf at a I. ts. Maria.
Bain at al.t and Mo. 6M3, R. D.Joha
Ia(ua, Adm'r. a'c, Ciroiina Blani
BT rlrtue ol an Interlocutory decree for
ala entered ia the above ewe on the
2th day of July, 186, M. B. 64, paae
164, 1 will sell, at publie aaetrea, to tbe
bichest bidder, In front of the Crerk and
Master's office, courthouse of Shelby oouniy.
Memphis, lean., on
Hstnrday, Aacnat 98, 1S86,
within leral hours, the following de
scribed property, iitnated in Taxlnt,pitnet
of bhelby county, Tennessee, to-wit: The
one-fonrth undivided Interest or Joseph Bate
in and U the following lots, tis: One lei of
land being part ol lot 15. block 38 bein
ning at a point, 40 feet north of the north
west corner or Linden and Causey streets :
thenee north with Causey atreet 40 feet tp a
stake; thence west parallel with Linden
street 138 leet to Bob Price's line i these
k h.H.I flknMV street 40 feet to a
stake; thence east parallel with Linden
street 138 feet to the beginning. For title to
which reference Is made to deed recorded in
book 3D, page 812, of Register's office. Also,
one lot lying on tba south side of Poo to too
street, between Oaacey and Hernandu streets.
and known as part oi lot t, oioca turn
ing 36 feet on the routh side of Pontotoc
street and runninr back or south between
two parallel lines 134 feel. For title of which
reference is made to deed recorded in Regis
ter's office in book 84, page 363. And also
one other lot, which begins at a (take on the
south side oi Linden atreet 64 feet east ol
Causey street; tnencs east witn i-inuou
street 50 feet thence south at right anales
with Linden str.ai 14) 'e.t; 'hence west par
allel with Linden street 50 ?et; thence
north 145 leet to the bexinning. f or tit e of
which relerenoe is hsd to deed recorded in
K ,.!..'. nffice honk 34. nexe37fl. S lid snb-
Jert o the right of dowry ol defendant, Ma
ria nam, as asgneu i.r iu hi, i.uii
above set out .,,,. t u
Terms of Sale One half tV cash: bal
ance in six montm; note witn good security
for dele red payment reemreu, noii re
tained to se'uro same, aud equitv of re
demption barred This Augusts, 1880.
a. 1. MC1JU vm,t,Li, Ulers anu maaier.
By H. F. Walsh, Denuly C. and M.
James Gallae-her. Uantt & Patterson and
Poston A Poston. Bolicitors.
ar In retlrlna from tbe firm
heretofore extended tha late firm
I cordially bespeak for mysuocessor the liberal patronage
It, l)AAVAil.
Aycrt
Fori.
Comii
SUfflil
gestla)
restor,
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loignedl -C.
ISTg-w Firm
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ROBERT LOCKWOOD,
' KSJS LIYEBY, HOARDING AND SALE STABLE,
tO perfect tlf ItU. W. 1. . . . iag-...l.la Tann
I v.
liriglitney, Tlcndcnion,
For Tears I have relied more upon
Aycr's l'illt than anytblng else, to
Regulate
my dowcis. i nese i-iiia are mim in aotiuu.
and do tlielr work tlioronirlil v. I huve used
them with good effect, iu cuses of Kbeu
mutism, Kidney Trouble, and Dyspepsia,
ti. jr. wilier, Aiuoooruugu, moat.
Ayer'a Pilla cured me of Stomach and
Liver troubles, from which I bad euffered
for venrs. I consider them tbe best pilla
mndo, and would not he without them.
Morris (Jutes, Downsvillc.X. Y.
I was attacked with Bilious Fever,
n lili li was followod bv JuuiiUice. and waa
so dangerously ill tbat my friends de
spalrctlof my recovery. I commenced
taking Ayer'a Pills, and soon regained rri
customary strength and vlor. John C
Paulson, Lowell, Nebraska.
Last spring I suffcrtd greatly from a
troublesome humor on my side. In spirt
of every effort to cure this eruption, It In
creased until tbo flesh became entirely
raw. I win troubled, at tlio same time,
with Indigestion, and distressing paiua la
The Bowels.
By the advice of a friend I began taking
Avcr's Pills.. In a short time I waa free
from pain, my food digcitrd properly, tha
sores on my ootiy coiuiniiiceii neaimK,
and. In less tbnn ono month, I was cured.
Sumuel D. White, A'Juuta, Ga.
I have long used Ayer's rills, in my
family, and believe them to bo the best
pills iuuiU.s, C. Darden, Dardcn, Mise.
My wife and little girl were taken with
Dvsentery a few diiyx ao. and 1 at once
began giving tbem Miiall doses of Aycr'g
Pills, thinking 1 would call a doctor if the)
dineuse beeiune any worse. In a short
time the bloody discharge's stopped, all
pain wpnt awav, ami healtli was restored.
Tlicodorg Ksllng, Iliclmiond, a.
Ayer's Pills,
Prepared by Dr. J.C. Ayer fc Co.,I.owcll,Mi
Bold by all Uralera lu Aludlclue.
No. 331 Second Street Memphis, Tenn.
aa-'IT'lne Stook.1i iratrllau Turnout.v
Cotton Factors. Wholesale Grocers,
11 Ualen Street. ; t laemplitt. Tcni
W. . GAGBtfc GO.
Wo. BOO Front Street. ; Meiaphlii. Tea
Manufacturer of Alabama Lime,
SETTER PIPE,
I1MJE LININUM.
11191 NGY TOPS,
LAWN VASES.
TICE, FIKE ClaAT,
352 FRONT STREET
AND DEALER IN -
ptiKTLASD CEMEMT,
KOSKDALK CKMEIVT,
J.OCISV1LLE OEM EXT,
HI.ANTElt PA KIN.
IIAIU and FJltE BRICK, Etcw
MEMPHIS. TEWH.
ANDBEW OTKWABT, New Oriewuu I ANDREW B.GWYNHB Man fkU
U I UHIII1I I
SICK
To All Truilo I'ntoua nnil Aaneiii
lillm tilllitlil of l.ibif -(JriellitKi
(hi'kciil to tiik Arrai..l
IIkrnaniio, Mihs., Angn-t 10 Tt'O
1 loit. J. 11 M.irimn.CongrofBinaii fout
I do S'coml D.Htrii t, roiurned hoim
Kiuulay evening. O i Monday ryght a
Inrtte ctinconrae o! titlxms, lien fed by
lipsvo's brasa hand, marched t the
rwliUmco ol Mr. Mcrgan ti aerenade
and weU:om hiin home. . C. K B y e
iraile well limed and e'oqueiit speech
of welcomp. rie reviewed in glowing
terms Mr. Moikhu'h pa-trecorl and
the oM.fldence of his corititnecpy in
hia a'd itr to serve thr-m in the ni'iue.
Mr. Morgan responded in a very log
ic tl at.d eloquent epfeth, making
deep Impression npon Ma header . He
donouQoed Kepubiiaaiiiun and the In
sidic uit-florUof few men to place tbe
noaro ebove tho white nun. Altor
the speaking the crowd acvepted the
l,ra..il.1i(ln. nf th. .In, lira whirn r ra
tfnlered in loyal style, end received
wait due appreciation, xour oorres-i
irndent predic t that Mr. Morgan will
ie elected in November by a majority
that will forever burr in disgrace tue
K publican element ol tne fmcina
Uorgresaional District of Mississippi
HELENA,1 ARK. '
Tbe Phllllpa '( IWrnexraHe
Primaries He liUer asiaui.
Iraled.
Isi'lClAk TO TBB trrsALd
Hklina. Ark. Aoaust 10. The
Uriiioc atc mimsries went . held in
lV.iliiis count? todsv and If M interest
was nianiloetoil in toe same man nis
evr-heeo known in a Demoeraiicoon
teat in tbia comity tinea lbi. lie
turns are so imager that no idea can
bi l.irmed aa to who will bo toe snc-
W'sfu) candidal es.
... a,, . -A
Terrible TrasTdjr..
Cmcsoo, Iu. , AugOBt 10. A lr
ril 1? t't-got'y rtvtalfd in tbe die
cjvtry ol the body of a comely young
wrman on 1 he praiiie near Jrfferaon
this nioroing. Lying on the prairie
about loO f-et from North avtnuo a
y uog man found the uofi rtunate giil
th s morning. She had been stiot
twii e in tl e head, one wound bsing
in the fomhi ad aud the other behind
ih right tar. There weie indicationa
ot a siiugjlo, and the victim hd been
unai cos fill in (Mending ber.-elf from
t'le aaatult. She had be-n eern be
tween U and 10 o'clock last night in
the comrar'y ol two men, who were
snlwrquently observed to leave the vi
cinity in some ha t.
Tne tlilid iii iiiuil s as;oa cf lh)
SUto O-i ti- 1 labor Union will con-
Vfi'o in Saavillc, I'onn., fcep emhur i,
ISSii.
Kiuih labor uninn in tha beats la
iicnt!v roiHHt"d to snid celrca'es
t this matt i in;, as many qufetions ( f
vi al iiuporinmo to orgiiuizod lauor
will be cor.s'darrd, among which will
be un t fl irt to abolish tho convict
lou.id sye'ein and thereby prevei.t
convicts from being placed on tho
market in campetitioo with honert
lab r, and to scura the paeauge by
the next Legislature cf an cqaitabla
lien law.
Each asssmhlyof knights of Ltbor
in the Status nisi rcques'ed to send
r Apieentatt ves to the mreting at Nash
ville, ss many iannes of benefit to the
order and the workingmen generally
f ha Stite will come before it.
The hfB of rep e'enta'ion will be
one deleaate for ea h fifty members.
Orsdentials ol delegates mus". tie
sinned by the officers of iheir union
or asserub'y snd bear the seal of s ich
un'oa or assembly.
K ch union a id assembly ia re
qnesid to report the names and cum-
Ufir OI fieirgat.ro j in. c muieji u'ji-
respondlng secretary, Cbattau"Osa,
Tenn.. or t) John O. liook. presid-int.
Memph'B, Tenn.. in order that the
Committee of Arrangements at Na.h
villa may make proper arrangements
(or thsir reception.
JOHN C. HOOK.
President State Central Labor Vaiua
r. Tildes Will.
Niw Yohk, August 10. The will of
Samutl J' Tildt-n is in the poewssion
of Jao ei C Carter to offer for probate.
A in eiit g of the truitees acd execu
tors wrs ntld this morninsr at ttrey
btone, but nothing was done further
thau io talk the qntstlon over as to
whersthe will shall be propiunded
The executors were in favor of prov
ing th will ia New lork, because all
the busineea ii to be done there.
three coastabks, who tVifted into a ; SnbhOrtbe for the MApieel.T1
ESS,
FOR
OQACHE.
BIL1C S
CONSTIPATIUN
And DYSPEPSIA,
C. McLME'S
I VII I I aTh W aV 1 1
Wholesale6rocers,Cot.Factors
RO.S56 AND 858 FBOXT STREET, MEMriEW, TEWW,
AHP
STEWART BROTHERS & COEffjlHI
COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
SEW nni,EAwm. t,oTitiKifaNa.'
LUMB
!;i.uiiiiatei
nn
LIVER 'PILLS Dl
iREPAR,Er) ny
FLEMING lMiOSet
rilTMHirRU PA.
BE SUUR YOU MET THR OENUIMS. Tkl
iTounforteits are niHae in unui?
f Jrvwtm la , 1
f 1 TO I DaTB.VJ
M -TQaaraalMe at la W
wM eauat BirlMare. m
EI MM Mir kf eat
V'tlTsuChtBleilSa. '
Ctnelnnatl.BrSat
Tour U us thettt iinlf
tnown to u fuf GaMtorrhtr
ftntt (.leet.
W have loM roasldtiv
lMc,A&dlD t-wty cam It
ateUgtvan MtUlaKtKB.
AItt A laUtx
Hudson. N. T.
ilfiiCarWsiiict'iCi
lU-lukle). Ark- MannlHctnrers et
YELLOW PINE AND OAK LUMBEB.
AND DKALEKa ia
Honrs. Snub, minis. Prestied Flooring, Celling, Weather-Boardiig,
a,;yprews oitsuRstJn, "r
atarOar raellities are nniurpassed bv any t5?,?'h ! ','". ,
uamner oi u uimensions. ";--. -"T ' -,i. n.d.
GEO. B1YMILLEB, AGENT,
No. 124 Jefferson Street MemPhlg. Tennewei
CHANCERY SALE
-OF-
BSAli ESTATE
No. 6432., R. D. Chineery Court of Shelby
oouDty stat oi aennetsee vs. u. a- ji
low et al.
BY virtue of an Interloeutory decree for
sale entered in the above isuseon the
4th day of Janunry, 1H8B, M. B. 51, paae 1, I
wisi sen, ai. iiuoiio iuKLiu". .w
bidder, in front of the Clerk and Master's
offlce. ooutthouse of bhelby oousty, Mem
phis, Tennessee, on
Salnrdaj, Ansraat Al, 1886,
within legal hours, the following described
property, situated in Bhelby, eounty, lea
nessee, to-wit: .... , , .
Lot 14, block 23, fronting 60 feet on tha
north side of Uroadway, northeast corner of
alley east of Sixth street.
Lot 20, block fronting 45 feet on the east
aidaot biith street, W feet north of Alabama
street, 10th ward, by a depth of 137K leet.
bold as property of K. F. Cooney and 11. IS.
Andrews.
Lot 28, block 11, fronting 25 feet on th
south side of Broadway itreet, southeast
eorner of alley east of Second street, 10th
ward, b? a depth ol 170 feet
Lot 29, block 11, fronting 25 feet on tha
south side of Broadway tueet (adjoining lot
28), by a depth of 170 feet.
Lot 9, J. M. Tate's subdivision, (routing 53
leet on tba west side nf Wilker.on street,
northwest oorner of GeorgU street, by a
depth of 155 leet. Sold as property of Jane
Crawford Davis.
Lot 25 Polk's subdivision, 50 feet front on
the south sida of Georsia street, 60 feet west
oi MoKinley street, by a depth of 170 feet.
Lots 60 and 51. block 1, A. Wright's subdi
vision, Ironting 60 feet on the sout- tide of
Georgia street, 90 feet west ol Wright's ave
nue, by 157H feet deep. ,
Terms of Sale On a oredit of six months;
note with security, bearing interest, ro
auired: lien retained; redemption barred. ,
This July to, 186.
8. 1. McDOWELL, Clerk and Master.
By B. F. Coleman, Deputy C. and M.
F; H. k C. W. Heiskell. Solicitors.
CHANCERY SALE
-OF-
TlEAIi ESTATE
No. 355, R. Chanoery Court f Shelby Coun-ty-Wm.
Morrow vs. P. P. Fralm. Iio.
4524, K. D. H. P. llobson. administrator,
eto., vs. M C. Fraim et ).
TDV virtue of an interlocutory decre for
n n.p.,l in fha ahnve CauHe on tba
3d day ol July. 1886, entered in M. B. 63,
pages 516 and 8. I will sell, at public auc-
iod,,io ine nignesi oiuuer, iu h;i
iiL ..d Mn.mr'a nffine. Cnurt-llouie of
Shelby oounty, Memphis, Tenn., on
Nalnrdny, Aacasl 14, , .
.! hnr.. th. fnllnwina1 described
nrooertv. situated in bhelby county, Tennes
see, to-wit: . ..... . .
Lota, ot F. V. rraim su-iini3ia oi iu.
' Ci L. 478. Ironting 50 feet on the north
side of Jefferson street by a depth ot 1'
leet, and hounded on ine em or rajuuu,,
oso. Lot No. 4 of same subdivision, front-
ng abnut llOteet on tne norm sue oi anry
n.t nttrth .,f lot '2. running back about 68
eet, and bounded on the east by rid bsyon.
Ii..! I.,,. Ii; 17. IH anil IU of P. P. Fraim s
subdivision ol Ms ar,d5 and part o' lot A
of 0. L. 494 all ot said lot lrooting50 icet
on south sida of Monroe street extended,
except 19, which bns a depth "f 104 teet.
which lots run faca to hits. o. vuiui
bell'e lot. as row inHoned by her lene.
Bids on lots 17, 18 and 19 will couitnooco With
raifed bid ol 'Iheo. Road.
Terms ef tale ten per coth. oi pirrua-t,
nniH in flflKh hiilnTice in si x and
twolve Uionths: inlerest-bcarsng notes with
socurity rciuiied: lion retained tu fecure
mine, sn.l enuuy oi reucuiiuuii umrcu.
his July 19. lo. , , , , .
O. 1. Mcliuvi r .1., uiora Hnu ..uisloi.
Py 11. F. tVulfh. Doimty C. and M.
Mulone it Wnison, l':tyldr A C.irriilli t.
X C. W. Heiskell. tois-
also, Framing
atur. Order
Sold by Dnftiita,
rrice ..
davlas.
Jaba .IUaa.
VSieHi.-
RELIEF
Forty Years a Sufferer from
Catarrh!
fjlakrk. . J. CI k.
I rr.AiA.aiA i.iffri. Cotton jMtorii
And Commission Merchantt,
232 and 234 Front SL, Oeiapliis, te
eramn abiii A Jurnioi.
Mr. I. If . ITdavote, hi Vj.
A. i& 06
I3SIIPORTEIBJ3
VnOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS,
M. o ATvrn 2RO FRONT STREET, MEMPHIS.
1. 1. 1 AMABOM.
o. o. Him.
JL A. FAKKXK.
X. L.W08D8GB
In h Der Oil Pjr.
We differ In creed and politics, but
w are a unit all tha same on the de-
Birableness of a fine head r f hair. If
yon mourn the loss ol tbis blMsins
and ornament, a bottle or two ol
Parker's Hair Balsam will make you
look as you did in the dear ' Id days.
It U wo.lh trying. The only standard
SO ( PiiU article for the hair.
reftiTal Boiler r.plaalo.
MiLWAi'sst, Wis., Almost 10. A
dispatch to the Eveninii H uooiuin from
Lilts MiUa says tbe bo.ler of a thrash
ins engine 'iploded on the Fester
farm, near JeOereon, Win., killing, five
persona InitaafyAnthoDy Klein,
WONCERFUL TO RELATE 1
FOR POllTY YEARS I hT been Ti-
tiin to CAIA Rftit-inrw-ioun"! ni ma uuji
i suflerVr from KXOKUCI Al'INrt PAINS
a nil i iSS MV IfflHKIIKAD AND MY NOS
TRILS. The discharges were so offensive
that 1 hesitate to mention it,eicept lor th
i An .nm. other sufferer. I have
spent a young fortune from my arninei
aurini my furty years of ;fferin to obtain
relief Irom th doctors. I have tried patent
modteinee-very on I oould lesrn ol Irnra
th lour oorners oi vuo eanu. wn-, u, mus.
And AT LAST (W years of age) have met
with a remedy tbat has .cured tue i entirely
made me a new man. I weighed lJt pounds,
and now weigh 141. I used thirteen bottles
of the mediein. and the only regret I have
is, that being in th humble walks of le I
mn not have influenoe to prevail i a all ca
tarrh sufferers to us what haa cuied roe
linliia'n Pioneer Blood Renower.
" HENRY CHBVKS.
" No. 167 Second street, Macon, Ua.
u. u..n rti.vu. th. writer of tha
ahove. formerly of Crawford county, now of
Macon, Ha., merits we coueuenc oi u i-
terestedln oatarrh. w. A.
" Ex-Mayor of Macoa.
a sirr.RB
FLESH PRODUCkR & TONIC 8tip!aiFancyGrocBrl8S,Wln8S,Llq8PSJolw;cstCii,ar,
Pioneer Blood Konewer. -, '""'
Cures all Blood and Skin Diseases, Rheuma
tism, Kerolala, via Bores, a ixrieoi opnng
If not in your market, It will be forwarded
on reeaipt ot prio. email eoiues. i, i.rsv
ei
Kss'ay oa Bio4 aad Bkla PlMases mailed
Iron i-atfiiriHK noHPArTT
anvil, Ueortla,
J. T. FARGASOn & C
Wholesale. Grocers & CoSion Facte,
SS9 rront Street, MempWi, Tea a.
Otto. M..Wa4 1. a. wlU kav. ou, eareful w -
n?iL7jtKis.:twS4aS6 Second street, wath ot Gayoso.
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Flooring, Celling, Siding, Shingling
uias. .vuer arww . - .
Meaiataia,
CHANCERY HALE
OF
No. 54:U), R. V). Chancery Court or bhelby
county- ctnro 01 xeuoeseee vs. ,uuuuii.
Miihrror et ill.
BY virtue ol an inrlocutory decre tor
faieonternd in ths al-ove oause on the
29th da of January, lSiii M. B. 51, pax
f, I will sn 1 et pubii J auntion, to tp nigu-
mt bidder, in front of I hel'ler ana roasters
office, oonrthnua o, Shelby couutj, Mem
phis, xenn.. on
Natnritay. Anicnat 21,
within legal hours, the following described
property, situated in bhelby eounty, Xenn.
Kast'half of lot 54, country lot ; 49. front-
f .... . k. . ......I. minm n, ailLfliaoD St.
210 feet ws of Orleans street, by a depth ol
148H feet S ld as property ol Johanna Ma-
honey and others.
Fart or lot. oincaai, rrom,iii f
the wet side of Orleans traet bi lt north
of Linden street by a. depth oi M feet. Sold
as property ot th Bluff, City 11. and-L. Ai-
"ui sTbloek 54, freatia S5 feet on the. asi
side of Ruth street 4 feet south of Vano
strt by a depth oi iwi leei. pom vrvy
any of Samuel . Bcrarga, juiuwr reran
i n?ii'nV Jnie subdivision of lots 83 and
33 Dana's tract, fronting 90 feet on the north
Sid oi opring sireei muieeieaai ui diuwb
street by a depth on tbe west line of 220 feat
and on the east line of 193 leet. Sid aso
property of Josephine snd John Kelly.
Part of block ii, Dunn's subdivision, front
ing 40 feet on th eaei sia of mansssne
lis leet north of DuBote avenue by a depth
of 66 feet, bold as property ot Kobt. Tally
"part'bloch 5, Dunn's subdivision, fronting
3i lee ton tba west Sid ol Walnuttreet
leet sooth f th aiempnis ana
Railroad aad running baoi 1 W fe in dpth..
Sold as propertv of Joseph Willi:.
rsri oi country io. .i "'f. VvJ.f ".,"
south sin of ngonroon, ru"'t .," V ;rvV
avenue 41eet Irom ina lIf w ii.
iot5 Hardaway's subdivision tl YT K leet
to Court streets tbence S ffl' B 50 feet.
thence N K M teei io i" ii- "i .
northliso W SOIeet tothe beglnaing. Sold.,
the prW.rty ol H. 0 Neil.
fM"nthwest'idol : Jons; avenue north-
we.t corner ot a-""' '-V'", V.
&0?drari;vM
Part of lot6, WincheiSer division, front
ing 25 fet on ihesrulh side of Bass anu
atieet west of Dunls rtreet, 8th ward, by
a (i.ptn Oi 'i iev. o,i . ui. ,..v..
of W. F. Bealey. ...
Terms oi hiiik vu .hnhvi.i ,"..-.
note bearing interest, with secusuy,' -quired;
lien rataiaadi redemplioa barred.
ntogrf!S. fvVILL. Clerk and Mast.r.
ByB. F. Coleman, Deputy C. aad M.
F. H. si. v. Uei'Sell. noiicitus.
IHPOKTKn r ATCR4I. atrFEBTJeJ.
t!SSI' MISKKSl. W1M. inua
BI.RRKHBORN UNSXCKLLEII roa
f AM1LY HSK RECOMMEND"
ED BT THB
Highest Mlleal Anikarltlea.
Sole Agenls for Memphis,
JAlOBS) et tlASKKTT.
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