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BLOODSHED AT BELFAST.
KlTIOSltl&TS A5D OBIKGEXES
RE5EW THE FIGHT. .
Two or Three Men Killed and
Large N amber More or Less Ib
J ured Foreign Sews.
London, August 16. BWting baa
been resumed in Belfast. From mid
night Saturday nixht until 4 o clock
Sunday morning a rifl flyht was in
prof?M83 on 'h Shankhill road and
and the Old Fallows TOtd. One per
son was killed and many wounded.
The town is seething.
DETAILS OF THIS FIGHT.
A dispatch from Bslfast Mys: 8e
tarian strife ha recurred in a deplora
ble cold blooded fashion. Expert
marksmen this morning conducted a
rifle fight from house tops, chimney
stacks and street corners. Immense
crowds of partisans, who carefully
kept oat of -range, were prepared to
assist by supplying ammunition and
removing toe bounded. The sides
were equally divided. The moon
shown brkhtly throughout the con
test. The Orangemen admit that one
of their men, named MacFarlane, was
killed and that two other, nan ed
Smith and Johnson were mortally
wounded ; also that there were numer-
ous minor casualties on their side.
They claim they killed and wonnded
many Catholics, but the latter deny
they suffered serinus losses. Many
nouses were riddlfd by bullets. When
ever the military appeared thecombat
anls shifted their ground. Finally at 5
o'clock, after the riot act had been
twice read the troops charged upon
the crowds and cleared ths etreets
temporarily. An old man and two
women, the inmates of a bouee on
Conway stree1, from which many
shots had been find, were arrested.
Tbey stated that the three men " had
forced an entrance into the bouse and
had remained there all night firing
Irnm the raof. A howling crowd es
corted the prisoners to the jail. The
mob yesterday repeatedly fired upon
the colice. A tavern owned by a
Catholic situated in a Protestant die
trict. wai looted. The order instruct
ins the police to uie buckshot instad
ct bullets lias wen cancelled. in
populace it sullen and menacing.
AN ORANOB PHOCISSION,
while passing through the street of
Widnes, Lancashire, Saturday even
inor. was ieered at bv the spectators.
The Orangemen thereupon broke
ranks and atUcKed the crowd. One
of the sptctarors was stabbed and
mortally wounded, and two policemen
and a number of other, persons were
-,, : THB CITY QUIET.
' A dispatch from Bilfast says that at
2 o clock this morning the city was
ouiet. Inn price's bv superhuman ex
ertions induced the Catholics to retire
at midnight. AU the wounded were
doing well, except one little girl, who
was said to be dying.
The Time again censures the Pro
testants of Belfast f r their refusal to
submit to the an'horit,ie.
The Catholic newspapers here sc
cusethe Orangemen of commencing
Sundav a a'tack. while the Protestant,
papers say that the Orangemen acted
in sen a)iene.
The Military r undrawn from
Belfast, Augiifct 16 The military
wi'hdiew from ti.e stree's at 1 o'clock
this morning. Since then the city has
A man named Jackson, who was
wonnded in Sunday morning's riot, is
dead. The other wounded men pro
gress favorably. There was some store
throwing last mgut, but no one was
There are ominous signs that the au
thorities fear at'empta at reprisals to
night on the parts ot the mobs. Pab
lio hous s are being closed, and other
precautions are being taken. Scores
of prisoners have been sent to Kit'
mainbam jail at Dublin to await tiial,
the local jails being lull.
Fighting at Dnnganne,
Dublin, Augnst 16 At Dunganne
today bands of Nationalists paraded
- the Troteetant auirters of the town,
shouting for borne rule and cursing
the ijaeen. A not oroie (out ana
several persons were injured. The
police had to fores their way between
the Protestants and Caiholiee, thus
Sreventing a desperate fight. One
ationalist was am sted with a knife
in his hand. A renewal of the rioting
is feared. Party feeling is intense.
The Prrlad of t'li rp Money A p.
proacblng the Continental ilour
. Lonoon, Angust 16. Discount is
quoted atl for three months and 1
for short. The concensus of opinion
is that the end of the period of cheap
money is approaching. Importance is
attached to the decline of American
exchange, which is likely to induce an
export of gold to America, and, com
bined with the English harvest de
mands and the progressive improve
ment, preages an upward movement.
The stringency of money in New York
is believed here to be fictitioup, and
' that is attributed to the desire of New
York and Chicago operators to depress
1 stocks in ordr to cover "bear" op ra
tions, while the English public have
for some time past been persistent buy
ers of American s ocks. There was a
'. marked increase of activity on the
Stock Exchange during the past week.
The sensation was the gambling in
Mexican railway shares, which ad
vanced 14 per cent, in two days.
English railway securities were buoy
ant nnder the influence of better trade
prospects, larger ex pors of iron and
steel and large orders for steel rails.
American railway securities were firm.
'A confident tone prevails regarding
the future. After every fall and up-
ward tendency asnerts itself.
Paris, August 16. On the Bourse
during the week prices were firm, but
business was inactive, speculators be
ing absent on account of the holidays.
Panama canal shares of the new issue
continued to decline. They were of
fered at 5 per tent, discount. The
amount of Panama hhares subscribed
1 has been taken by the pnblic bankers
Bbrlin, Augnst 16 Business on
' the Bourse dunr g trie past week was
limited. Canadian Pacific at 66. Pii
vate discount at 7.
Fbankfort, August 16. Business
on the Bourse was dull during the
past week. Exct ange on New York
- closed at 423 and private discount at 7.
Vienna, Angnsi 16. The Bourse
was quiet during the past week. Aus
trian credit closed at 284 and 6hort ex-
change on London at 126 10.
Tack BaetBC la Eaetlaae..
Loudon. Aneust 16. In the race for
the Cape May cap bctwem the Irex
and the Genesta, the latter of which
won the cup in the United States last
year, the I rex wts victorious, arriving
1 . r A. -. n ..J l1AW m .outar.
tab UUWta il ll.iVliK. ii.in, jv-'v.
day, at which t me the Geaeita had
not been sighted The start was made
at 10 o'clock y terday morning and
the course was a nt 150 miles,
Tornado ! Central Raul".
LnuivHt. Anatt 1(1. Central Rus
sia, especially tin Moscow district, has
been devastated by tornaooes auu
watersponts. Kany buildings and
liric'ges and wbol crops have bten de-
Soelnllat DesBttratloa si Braael
Bbdssils. Aor. 16. Twenty thous
and provincial w rkmen and sccialiats
took pait in the socialist procestion
yesterday dema iding universal auf
lit ge and annes y ti Birinage and
other rioters. T ) demonstration was
conducted in an wdeny manner.
Minnie Paine ' Barrow Eer.
Dublin, Ang. 15. As M nnie Pal
mer and her coi lpany were nearing
Belfast in a rail ay train last evening,
the windows of ".he train were slrucit
by a number of shot-t and stones and
one bul'et struck within a f aw inches
of Miss Palmer's bead.
Pints. Aiicn 4 lfi An imbecile
widow named Jeboi, residing in Zelles
St. Denis, has met with a horrible
death. Her sons endeavored to obtain
admission tor her in a madhouse, but
failed. They did not want to support
her. so thev tied her to a stake, built a
fire around her and burned her to
death. While the woman was suffer
ing the sods sprinkled h';ly water over
her, and when arr itted told the police
that they had bu ned their mother be
cause of religions motives. The woman
wts 60 years old, and had the reputa
tion of being a mrcertss.
Petroleum isiicovered In France,
Paris, Augift 16. A spring from
which flows patroleum of a fine qual
ity . has h?en discovered at Ferrand,
Auvergne, on the esttte of M. Alfred
Arbaux. This is the first petroleum
riucnverv that has been maae in
Gladstone at London.
London. August 16 Mr. Gladstone
is in i-ondon, busilj engaged pre
paring for the bbw 853 ion of Parlia
Farnell to Become a Catholic.
Dublin. Anaost 16 The Irish
Timet (Lovalisi) reiterates the state
mentthat Mr. Paraell will shortly be
come a Roman Catholic.
Archbishop Wlh on the Irian
Dublin, August 1(1. Archbishop
WaU-h, in an interview, ta'd he be
lieved that the land purchase question
wou'd never no felted except on
Michael Divitt's national crjaaiz ition
urir.fiiolos of i att couioensation to the
ac'nat holder, rather thaa on the
principles cf Ilenry George, lie
commended Um Fcherua of Dr. Dal,
ss SPt foith in T.it Contemporary Rikw,
of June, accepting Mr. Gladstone's
bill as a minimum starting piint for
the eit iblishuient f a tttutory Parlia
ment in Dublin, and to leave it an
nnen ntifslion w th the popleoi E ig-
land, Wales and S. ot!nd to iecido
whi-ther there st.all be one, two or
three Parliament?. Archbishop Walsh
declared the statements that tue Pope
disapproved of the atti'ude of the
Irish clergy toward the Natiinalists
was foun led upon m-i'ice. It was
found necesea'V. he said, to rend the
Umiteurdi Home and the Otzervalore
Homanao to tes that the Irish came is
sate with the Pope.
Gen. Augur Shot by a Negro.
Washington. Aneutt 16. Gen,
Chris'.onher C Auitur. retiied United
S'ates army otfic, was shot four
times about 1 o'clock Sunday morning
at ' his residence bv a negro named
William Pope. Djs wounds will not
nrove serious, although he may be
confined to his house for some time
Todav he was re.-tirjg anietlv. Pope
and another colored man were stand
ing in front of the Ger.eral's residence
using profane and obscene language,
when he opened the door and ordered
them to move away. ine omy re
sponse he r. ct-ived was a volley of
profane abuje and coarse epithets.
This was more lhan be could stand,
and, armed with a light cine, ho
rushed upon the two nun and struck
Pope a sharp blow over the head. As
be did so trie negro drewap'stol and
fired. The ball struck G n. Augur in
the right leg above the kn.e, and w'th
a cry he stugger.-d back. Bi fora be
could recaver hims-lf Pope fired aga;n,
and the ball tookefict in the li&ht
leg. Two more shots followed, one of
which struck the Genera! in the left
leg and the other in the side. The
negro who fired the shots is a notori
ous character, who has already served
a term in trie penitentiary for murder.
He has been arrested.
A Chinese Army on the Bnmlnn
Lonoon, August 16. It is reported
that there ie a Chioene army of 40,000
men quartered on the Sunga river in
Manchooria near the Russian border.
A French Scandal auppresied.
Paris, An ust 17.-Gen. Bmlangar,
Minister of War, has prohibited the
publication of pimohlet giving his
biography and referring to a scandal
with which bis name was connected.
Cabinet Council at O.borne.
London, August 16. The Queen
held a council tnis morning atOaborne
Caitle with the members of the Min
istry. The terms cf the Queen's
speech, to be read at the rea Bumbling
of Parliament, were agreed upon.
Lord Salisbury returned to Lsndon
after the conncil.
Randolph Cbnrchlir Irish Heaaura
LoNDON.Augaet 16. Referring to the
report that Lord Kando ph Churchill
is preparing an Irish measure, the
Timet says he will have a long and
arduous tek. The nature of the local
government prop sed must depsnd in
some degree oport tba a titude of the
Irish people and possibly upon the
action of the Irish convention at Chi
cago. But it is quite cer'ain that
nothing like a statutory Parliament
will enter Into L ird Randolph's
scheme, and tint the development cf
county government on an elective
systems will be applied on the same
principles to all parts of the kingdom.
Th Cholera In Italy.
London, Augu 1 16. The geograph
ical area affected by cholera exhioits
the capricious behavior of this myte
riouB dieease. Thus it is worse in Bar
letts, which is far a ay to the south,
where the coast distance between
Monte GarEano and Brindisi is more
or less etfrctd. Tbence it makes a
clear leap of 300 miles to Riveuna end
Bjlogna, then torn northward, ex
tending in a lees viru'ent
form throughout Venetia, Including
the Is'and of Chiogga and reaching
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL-rTUESDAy,
atlar eH as Verona ana as Jar norh
as Castel Franco, at the foot of the
Alps! It is a noteworthy fact that the
places most seriously threatened lie in
the center or on the extga of marshy
places formed by ths alluvial deposits
of rivers or the silting of the cea,whlch
alwavs induce more or less malaria at
this season of the year.
The Cleveland Iron Outn.nl.
London, August 16. The Cleveland
ironmasters have decided to reduce
the cu'put of pig iron 20 per cent.
M arqula Teng'a Soeeeanor.
London. Augnst 16, The successor
of Marquis IVng as Chinese Ambaa
eaJor in Europe will be M. Lioninifeu,
who will al-o bo accredited t3 tue
Havana Cigar Factories rioted.
Havana. August 16. S'xty eight
cigar factories working partido tobacco
have been closed, tKXK) workmen hav
ing struck for higher wages. The strike
threatens to extend ti the Vuelta
Abaio factories. The manufacturers
have united to resist the demand of
Th gtamoan Situation.
Bkrlin, August 16. The PdilitcKe
Nachrichten says: Three treaty pow
ers have agreed not to alter the iintti
quo in Sam a ua:e-a all concerned con
curred. There can, therefore, be no
question on the establishment of a
German protectorate over Samoa with
out the assent of England and Amer
ica. The change in the consular staff
of the three powers at Aia, advocated
by Uirmauy and set atoot by America,
meets with obstacles, owing to the re
fusal of England to make a change.
With a view to paving the way for a
definite settlement the three powers,
in conformity with Germany's pro
posal, have dispatched special com-nrs-iouers
to Samoa. The fact that
they were not concerned in the late
disputes afl.irds a guarantee of an im
WISCONSIN FOREST FIRES.
The tireatent Dninnga to Standing
Timber Approximate Loisca.
Milwaukee, Wis., Angust 16. So
wide is the territory traversed by the
forest fires in Northern and Middle
Wisconsin, and po meager the infor
mat ion as to the actual extent of the
damage, that the losses can only be
approximated. The greatest damage
was to standing timber, whioh is the
sjutce of wealth of this district. Port
age. Mara:hon. Wood. Clark. Brown,
Door and Calumet cauuiins suffered
most soverely, President lliles, of the
Dexterville and Like Superior road.
who returned today from the devas
tated region, places the lumber and
standing pine damage at several mil
linns. He ravs nnlees lieavv rains
intervene within fourteen days half
the timber reeources of the counties
named will be d- stroyed. The drouth
has been bo long sutained that
leaves have withered and fallen weeks
before their time.swamps and marshes
have dried np.creeks have disappeared
and streams nave owinuieu w rnsig'
nificant ilvuleti. Everything, there
fore, burned like tinder, with ns bar
rier to impede prrgrees. Hundreds of
thousand cf e r.s of opening", where
the second ' growth ot inno wt8
growing. have lnea burned
over. Fiom be3t information
r.hUinablo it is esiimatsd that
fifty sawmills were consumed. Along
1, n lina ilia WloDAnfiin fnntriil mil-
,ug 1 1 L1V, v I iuu .. ,Dvuuui .....
road hundreds cf cards of piled wosd,
ties. etc.. are in ashes. The Mimher
of homeless families is estimated at
700, reprtsentiog snme 3500 people.
Their individual los-cs aro compar
a'ively light, but in the aggregate
reach over $l,000,CO.t, mostly unin
surpd, The cranberry marahes de
stroyed were among the larveft in the
coun rv. As several years win ne re
quired to replace the oushes th Icbs is
fevere. it is estimated at, -w,uuu.
Ca'tle and hordes perished bv the hun
dred. Manv were a -.iff ocated or died
from inabilitv to obtain water. Hun
dreds of acres of grain and thou 'amis
of tons of hay were consumed. Sum
marized, the loss to actual settlers is
about aa follows, according ti esti
mates of penp'e who have visited the
regions devastated: At epencer,.;oir,
000; Drtpere, j 60,000: near Olby,
Unity, Miiadore and elsewhere along
the Wisconsin Central ; in the vicinity
of Green Bay and along the Door
county peninsula, 1400,000; Calumet,
Chippewa and otlr-r counties, $200,-
000. This, of course, exclusive of
damage to lumber interests.
St. Louis, Mo., August 10. A spe
cial fn m. Atchi-icn, Kas., Fays: An
attempt was maHe early yesterday
morning to a-sas-inate J. K. Tnft,
Asiiataiit Attormy General for Atchi
son county. Trift was recently ap
pointed to the office for the express
purpose of proscut:ng saloon keepers
under the prohibitory law. Saturday
he secured a conviction. Yesterday a
keg containing twenty-five pounds of
powder mixet with nails was ex
p oded on the porch beneath his bed
room window. The windows were
badly shattered, but no one was hurt.
Gov. Martin offered $350 reward for
Mkmphis, Tkhx., Aarmt 10, 1886.
Acid Iron Earth Company r
Gsntlihin For several months
fttst the little daughter of one of my
ady acquaintances has been suffering
severely from indigestion. Recently
I advised her to nse Extract Acid Iron
Earth, ths new natural remedy. She
did so, and experienced immediate re
lief, and now, after the continued nse
of the remedy for several days, the in
digettlon is entirely enred. Respect
fully, J. A. SHEETS, 18 Mulberry itreet.
Niw York. August 16. Daniel
Madlgan, a teamster, fell from the roof
of a Louse on Mamaon street yesterday
and was killed. Thomas Donovan,
aged 12, who was passing along the
street at the time, bad his right leg
fractured and was internally hurt by
Madigan striking him.
Cruahed to n Jelly.
PiTTsnuRO, Pa., August 16. John
Cummins, employed aa a "greaser" at
AnderariD. DeOUV A Co.'s rolling mill.
was cangtit in a pair of four-inch rolls
this morning and before be could be
extrica'ed was drawn through the
rolls twice and crushed to a jelly. De
ceased was 45 years old and married.
flnr Baby' Pint Tear."
by Marion Harland, with other valua
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Sent free on receipt of 2 cent stamp.
Address Reed & Carnrick, Mercantile
Exchange Building, New York City.
Of pure Cod Liver Oil, with Eypo
pboephites, is a most valuable remedy
lor consumption, scrofula, wasting dis-eai-es
of children, colds and chronic
coughs, and in all conditions where
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syote.m. . . -
6ulcrUw for the "Appeal.
TJJE CORN YIELD REDUCED BY
Large Areas Blighted Beyond All
Power of Resuscitation Re
ports Is Detail.
Chicago. III.. Augnet 15. The fol
io ing crop repoit will appear in this
week' issue of the Fanner" Krvietv:
The rins during the week, ending
Saturday, Wire more geneial through
out the corn belt than at any previous
time sites early in May, and brought
a modicum ci hope to farmers whose
corn fi-alds were actually burning and
withering. The report! from corres
pondents received during the week In
dicated more thoroughly than ever be
fore that the total averaga yield will
be seriously reduced, vast areas hav
ing been blighted Deyonu any power
Out of ninety-eight counties in UDio,
Indiana, Michigan, Illinois, Iowa,Wis
consin, Minnesota, Nebrteka, Kansas
and Missouri, from which returns
cams during the week, only eighteen
predict a full average yield, thirty not
to exceed one ball an aver ge yield,
ten indicate net to exceed one-foiuth
of a crop, twenty-six report the prom
ise of three-fourths cf au average crop,
while in ten counties corn rroniises a
yield of not to exesed five to ten
bushels an acre, unites tor fodder.
The moit discouraging reports come
from I linow. Iowa, Wisconsin and
Missouri, while the most encouraging
still come from Ohio and Micbiiian,
while Indiana and Minnesota reports
continue to indicate a fair averageout
look. In Illinois, this week, the only
county reporting the prjurss of a full
average yield is Edgar, waile Jasper,
Dewitt and Morgan report the promise
of thre-i-fourths an averaga yield. In
Bond end Mcllenry counties one
fourth of an avenge yield is indicated.
Throughout Illinois complaints con
tinue of pastures completely drying
up. Late planted potatoes are gener
ally a failure.
In Iowa, Humbo'dt county is the
only one indicating a full average
yield, and tbo State at larga will not
exceed 60 to CO D'-r cent of an average
crop. In Decatur and Catroll counties
is seldom a failure. Wheat is thrash
ing out vary unevenly, but the grain
is gradirg well. The yield ranges
fr.im eight to twenty bushels.
Iu Kansas Morton and Osborn coun
ties report a promise of a full average
yield. The S ate at large promists 75
toSOrerceut. of an average yield.
Fruit is abundtmt throughout the
In Mifsouri the genera' outlook is
rexordtd as very po: r. Marion, Osage,
Ralls and St. Charlei counties report a
total crop failure.
In Minnesota a full ave:a:e yield is
promi'ed in Lincoln, Kandiyohi, Wa-
Wheut s tnrashit g out tight to twen
" Nebraska procnififS tbrea-fonrths of
au averrge yield, with continued good
The thra:hin repor's from D.tkota
show a considerate Bhortneo The
yield of tbo Ter.itory will fall consid
erably short of any former yearly nv
The First Sign
Of fulling health, whether In tbo form ot
Mirlit Sweats and Nervousness, or in
sense ot General Weariness and Loss of
Appetite, should tugtrertthenseof Ayert
Sursaparllla. This preparation Is most
effective for giving tone and strength
to tbo enfeebled system, promoting th
digestion and asaimllution of food, restor
Ing the nervous forcca to their normal
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Ten years ago my health began to fall.
I was troubled with a distressing Cough.
Night Sweats, Weakness, and Norvou.
ncsa. I tried varloua remedies prescribed
by different physicians, but became so
weak that I could not go up stairs wltln
out stopping to rest. Sly friends recotn
mended nto to try Avert earsnnarma,
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I have used Ayer'a SnrsnpaVilla, In my
family, for Scrofula, and know, If It
taken faithfully, that It will thoroughly
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ative, and must say that I honestly bellev
it to be the best blood medicine ever
compounded. W. F. Fowler, 1), V. S.
M. 1)., Urcenvllle, Term.
It would be Impossible for nin to de
ter I be what I tutlercd from Indigestion
land Headache up to tho time 1 began
'taking Ayer'a Sursnpnrllla. I was under
the care of various physicians and tried
a great many kinds of medicines, but
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lief. After taking Ayer'a Sarsaparllla for
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I have been greatly benefited by th
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AUGUST; 17, 1880.
'CAN tC CURED WITHOUT THI USB
to the June, 18C Wue : -Many have t-ome
victims to the uw of opium or uiori.bim;, fnim
the use or inoae arugs lor iiip tviici 01 neural
gia. It Is irratifyuiR to observe Umt such tlau
serous ooiisequvnct-a' nik" i averteil by Iho
use of Tonoaunk, whieii la almost a tii-cilio
In tbe acute form of Neuralgia."
Fnn RAi.F. nv am. nntrGoiam -
A. A. MELLIER, Hula FraprMkir, 70 awl
CHEAP BY THE GALLON.
33. J. 8BMMESCO.
MANHATTAN SAVINGS BANK
' " 0
JOHN W. OOCIIKAH,
Kilt. not. KM AN.
LAZAKUS lib. V I .
JAMKS B. ROBIMtiON,
smt Deposits received In turns of 91 and upward, and Interest allowed on same Bemt
aar VeUbuy 'and sell looal Investment Bonds and Reonrlttes aenerally, pay taxes, aot as
trustees, and, in general, eieoute any nnanoiu ousmess requinus a aaa nru,iui,
stent. ... ,,.!,
. it. i - ft . I. anM. ,a ant nn,.),...., aa .11 n..t. of Knrnna.
wWehaveaoommoilinus Vault for the deposit ot valuables, whioh It at the tervloe o
our customers, rre 01 iiurne,
D. P. HIDDEN, rreBltlent. EWD. GOLDSMITH, VIce-PreHldeiit
JAMES NATHAN, raahler.
H E LIVERMORE FOUNDRY AND MACHINE COM PAN
FOUNDRY & MACHINE lliPXlOtol74 Adams St, Memphlr
e rial-mile' I
II one 1
t'rontatw V' .
IRON & RAILWAY SUPPLY
ever w vr
aarr ..... tt-- iM-
tSucoestors In this lennrtment to JOHN MANOOUR.) ,
atrWrlte ns fnr infiinnntlnn on ANY 'I IIINU in ettb.T lino.
E. WITZEIAlf M l C
H hoI.Hle IleHlera
SnleAcentt following JTirit-Class Instruments i
i!aBari A rri MArtON H Alms IN, ilUI WH eV WAUKL'tt, IUI
astr A NEW T-OOTAVK PIANO FOR io.-wi
Write for (leteloemati. Iwoa. H'iH santl y,lil NT.. WRWPIIIH
L. D. MULLINa, of late J. R. Godwin A Co. JAB. YONGB. late oi J. W. Caldwell A d
MULLINS & YONGE,
Cotton Factors &Com mission Merchants
No 1 Howard'H Row. Cor. Front and flnloti. MfiniphlH.
a The copartnership heretofore existing between 0 H. 1JR AOKKTT and BODERT LOCK.
WOOD ia this day disaolved by mutual consent 0. II llraokeU ret res from the flrni an
Robort Lorkwood assumes all the liabilitios and oolloots tbe Indebtedness due i the firm.
Ilvnnfil v. it. HtiAUKr, II.
algn)dJ KOBKKT LO0KWOOD.
atrln retiring from the firm, I oordlally bespeak for mysuooessor the llberiil patronags
heretofore extended the late firm. Hignedl (J. u. UrlAtKU.ll.
LIVERY, BOARDING AND SALE STABLE,
No. .tai Not'onil (Street Memphis., Tenn.
arVixio Btook.'M irMtyllah Tumouta.is
jeifti W-- tt ' t .: -.. I, .-'.- -, 2
O S3 J?
3 'sms f
Aty AID PLAIIBKI
Doors, Sash. Blinds, Molding, Lumber,
Lath and Shingle, Flooring, Coiling and Cedar Post.
W. A. UMITII, Proprietor,
MANUFACTURERS OF FIRST-CLASS
Steam Engines, Boilers and Tank Work, Cotton Gins, Cottoi
Presses, Wood PoIIeys, Shafting, Agricultural
and Plantation Work,
AND PKALER3 IN
Corn .ELiici Scv-w Brills.
aw Wekarethe LAROKST WORKS of, the kind In th ITnUaad rnta. and will meet
piioee for seme quality of wora. ora' i"rv.,...
Jylemphls, - -
OF OPIUM Oft MORPHINt!
" V a4 Tnoiraline Ie eaaa t Hmiralrla el It II
i"JiXt!l. irvm bir Slint"
b. U Uowa, aL bTUutrjTUle. Ha
" fTava tiTB Toncmlfna a fair trial In Netmljnft,
Til uw bit atiul'a uwn prMnitn, "l'aLhi tiu,,il
euwharUuldwMaaa." J. P. Km an,. o.lll.
I enmliler Tmwallne the beat pnr-.jn la
Nouraiaia 1 bar. im triM "
O. V. IJuyiL, 11 D., Plnavilla, lie.
mirs psk dou.ar per buttle.
HI WABUlfiUfoM aVlLNUK. tiT. LOUM.
.1. (1. IIANUVVKKKKB,
UAVIB P. UAliDKN,
JAMKS A. OMBKIU1,
KWU. OOLUrtMll II.
1 1 1 1 1
Jtri7 - '?.RS,
DEPT. 22 and 238 Socoud M,
- XIiX, VAVT-TAKO
AYfiltY tiJLN CO.
A. Nmllira Fat. Separator.
Eerie Eclipse Holler (JIds,
Main 10-Inch Gin, and
SJOI'THEBBI RTtRDABO PBKNH.
Price at Factory, IOO and 9110.
ALLISON MELD C0TI0N CLEANERS.
asrAll kinds of Ulna Repaired. Bpeoial
Disoount to the Trade.
n unit frealNI W.mnlilSTae
. 1 . A Km.
WlXl be opened Jna lit. Tklt toted
waterina-plaee la situated sia Biles
from jKtna Furnace, on the Naahvilla and
Taieaiooia railroad, In Hiekataa eonntv
Teno. ilaek will meet all trains at 111
and will eon ver f neitf to ipriois at a very
low rate. ,
Board, 30 Per Slealh t 1 Per Day.
Npeeial atalea ! t'amllle.
We invite all who wish to spend the most
rleacant seaion of their lives to eome to
BeaTerJnin. especially seekers of pleasure
and health. Uood water and pure air la
Liverymen, Centrevllle. Tenn.
T. A. DKAN, Prop'rCfntrevtlle Hotel.
KAN II HOTt:i., ALrSf HPRIRUM,
Koc-Wbridfo Co., Va. Ilia-h up in th
Virainia mountains. Pictnresoue surround-
Inss, extensive and beautttully snaoea lawn,
lias, electrlo bells, and all modern Improve
ments. Two daily mails, post, teleeraphand
eipresB offices on the premises. Table the
very best. Luinrinusly furnished rooms,
iuierb band of musie. Send for illustrated
rauiph!et. Charies moderate. Open lor Tit
ters, June 1Mb. W.iUr.: Alxm, CAayeeoat
nd trmtonr. H. T. WU,KIHON.Man,aT.
Anioni: the Northern Laker,
of Wisconsin, Minnesota and Iowa, are ban
dreds of delightiul places where one oan pas
me summer mtmins inquieiresi aaa enjoy
ment, and return home at the end of the
heated term completely rejuvenated. Kaok
reourring season brings to Oconomowoe.
Waukesha, Ueaver Dam, Frontenae, Oko
bojl, Minnetonka, White Dear, and Inntr
merahl. other oharminr localities with ro
mantic names, thousads of our best peopl
whose winter homes are on either side ot Ma
son and Dixon's line. Eles-anee and com
fort, at a moderate cost, can be readily ob
tained. A list ol summer homes, with all
necessary Informa ton pertaining thereto, ia
being distributed by the Caioiun, Milwb
taa and tiT. Paul Riilwiv, and will be sent
free upon applieatLn by letter to A. V. II.
Carpenter, (ieneml Passer ger Agent, Mil
White Cliff Mineral Springs,
Monro 4'onttly, Teaneeaee.
STTIIATKD on top ofChilhowee Mountain
3000 feet above sea level. Hood water,
pure atmosphere, maanifloent scenery and
oomfortable accommoiia'ions. Dally line of
stages and daily mail from Athens, Tenn.,
over a good road; distance sixteen mile.
T)ii.ntih rfl'ifM in luiM. crnno'tinff with
othor lines at All.cr.s Trins reasonable-
lit J smi'ial ratns lor Minnies, for crou
lars, niving analysis of w.ttr, etc., addretl
proprietor, T. A MA (I ILL.
v ntrc t un rprirgs. irnn.
Crab Orchard Springs,
T INC0LN COUNTY, KY.-The eicelleno
J-Jnflheciulaine. and aeeommodations char
anterislio of this hotel during the past thre
years, shnll be fully maintained this season.
Kirurslon tickets to the Mpringa by the l.
and N. Kailwny are good f la Louisville, both
going and returning:, to proceed on firsttraia
aimi-nailtn. nrrtval In I.nulavil la.
W T. (lit ANT, l're.'i
, t'. MWH.nnft.
CURTIS & CO
MANUFACTURING CO. t
817m.,l 810 ST LOU S.
OA WOl BOILERS
SAW AND PLACING WILL SUPPLIES
AsrWlllTlil KOIl CATA1.0a:K. -aj
UNIIKR and by virtue of teo certain trust
iloedn executed to me, lis trustee, duly
reoor led in Honk No. 117, page tl'Jl. anil Uook
No. 117, page 2 of the Register's offica of
Hhclliv county, Tenn., default having been
made therein, f nill, as such trit.iea. on
nouaay, Asigrnas .", i
Inrlna loa-ul hours, on the southnest corner
of Mam and Madison streets, in the city of
Memphis, Tenn., as such trustee, sell at
pulillo auction, to the highest bidder, for
oush, a certain lot of land, situated in the
city of Memphis, Hhelby county, Tenn., be
ginning on the north side of Spring street
at the southeast corner of lot No. ID ol the
subdivision ot lanit tonneriy owned oy ur.
Dudley Dunn, and running thence westward
with Spring street lit) teat; thence northward
Utl leet to the south line ol lot No. 7 ol said
subdivision i thenoe east ward with the south
lineol sum lot ro. r sixty leet to mo was.
line of lot No. lit thence southward with
the west line of said lot 11 ninety feet to the
beginning. Equity of redemption waived)
title believed to be good, but I will tell only
aa trustee. July Za, I,
U. DENSDORF, Trustee. .
ix v catarrh
(lives Re lof at
once and Cures
COM) In HE A I
or Powder. Froi
Drugs and Oflon
1 1 V O UUUr.. mm--. - -
A particle la applied Into each nostril and
Is ngreeable. I'rii-e Ml cent at Uruusista;
lt uintl. registered, tkloents. Circulars froe.
KLY DUOS., Druggists. Owego. M.
"Lonttcci" Trouser Stretcher
Iilll 1 Patented In Europe and Uni
sJtL, I ted States. Nule Airrnle Isa
H..r.a 7l U.lvuraiTI..
John llnmiltnn A On. titrntch'
er. Takel bnaalusi cut of
knee restores pantaloons to
original shape. Only patented
.Stretcher ooinbinlngscrcw rod
in combination with clamps.
All others Inlringementa.
Oriilnal anil Oil) IrrlS'lirr
SaaA ST tn ateaslensess nee. Oy
Express seuurely packed. I'rlce 12 6U. Writ
lor Circulars. Aaenis wnnieil in eTerj on,,
tjl W Wl.TlllOSM .. Biwlea.lssa
"tTNDBR and by virtue of a certain deed
Vj of trust exeouied to me, as trustee, and
wherein default has been made, duly re
eorded In book l, pass lt.2, of the Regis
ter's office of Shelby county, Tenn., I will,
Oa Homlajr, Anauet SO, ln,
during legal hours, on tne southwest corner
of Main and Madiso street, In the city of
Mampbis, Tenn., a isaoh trustee, sell at
publio auction, to U shighest bidder, for
oesh. a oertain lot c 1 land, situate in rhelb
eounty, Tenn..ani lascrlbed as 'oltowi, to
wit: Hetna the ne r 1 1 half of lot No. of
II. W. Ulirt subdivision, fronting 51 feet on
the west tide ol Susatte .street and running
back west between parallel lines and at right
angles to said street IW leet to an alley, and
being same land described In above men
tioned trust deed. Knuity of redemption
waived: t tie believed to be g"od, bull will
only oonvey at trustee. July2H, 18J6.
J :H. BBNMDORF, Trustee. .
This BELT or Re.
generator is made ex
pressly lor m. cure
of degeneration of
the generative or
gans. There is no
strument the con
tinuous stream ol
meatios through th
uarts must restore
to health, action. Do not confound
this with Kleotrla Belts adrertised to cur
all Ills from bead to toe, I Is for the ON 1
speoilio purpose. For circulars giving full
nformatiion, address Cheever aleotno Belt
Co.. Iitt Washington street. t'hloa". III.
A boot oi lou page.
The best book tor
f-lr " Sanadveitise
anadvei tlser toeon-
otherwise, ns lists ol
TenlsfngT The advertiser who wants to spend
cue dollar. And. In it the Information , he re.
quires.while lor him who will !"
hundr.d thousand dollars lu advertising,
achem. 1st ndioaUd which will mestttt
every reiuement, or oan be made Jo doia
by stlghtohans-e. easily "i4.'b ?L
spondenoe. One hundred and nf-hrtt
editions have Un iMoid. Bent, Poatnalt
to any addressior ten ceovj. Apply to oKC.
P. ROWKLL A CO.. NKWbPAPBJ AS.
VKRTIHIN (i BORKAU.'O Sprno it. (PrinH
BiUoastSqauejtt tork-l SUi..
ataattf aoTtrriEna orsa'8
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