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MEMPIIIS DAILY APPEAL TUESDAY, JULY 27. 18S6.
THE fflGJER FESfiVAL.
0."OKIX THE MASTER'S MEM
ORY AT PAYEE UTH.
Artistic Perrtnnaiice or "Tristan
aud Iol.li'" JLttij DisliiiBuiflied
Peopli? Am iig tlio Visitors.
BAYi-.Ei-Tn, Ju'y LM In Ihu pres
eiica tf :m imu en-n andieccs tli
first p-ji t.riiiaro if TrUUm and Lil.b
Li-.aii nt 4 i'clt.ii" i-.ltllty -U I it
Ftbtivi H. a (;. .1' r.u-t with a s .:
cp'-h turpasni p all t.tv,a!ion-. Spe
cial I'o.u.-.in tl.it i'i: : ii. u : ben'orJi-.i
to tin- c;vls'r". vlii'-'' 'as ll'idnr the
li'rvlersr.it) of 1 1 err F,ix Mot 1, of
Kailsrui.e Tl.e litKi xoWi w;io iiyiil
hy I'. an Sot'tuT, cf liaaibi'.ij.', ami
llmriih YorIp, o! Mun'fli. Vriu
Sucher's iowtri 1 voico uiuatained itn
to until 'li fail ot t'je curtain. Her
anting vaa titeu'ly adm red tlireimh
out. n O'l the eUtia toriBiu.lIy
run the first s.- ericc to the last. In the
a-t weiic, n which tiicur. the dent!)
of "LoUle," her eint''n a id ai'tins
were inspired tiy the d-erirst pwioo.
H jir Voyjie as "Trirtun" a'.':n proved
hie titli t he reekouel on cf the
greu'ent (.Trmin interpreters of Wag
ner u heroes. V itri iiib acenstomeu
adroitnrsi Iib whs ab!e t inukn the
mo-.t use of his voice, which continued
fuK til l powerful 1 1 Um c'mo of his !a
tigu ri': t s1:. Ti'e ilea h ecexe wbs
Sf i" id v thrUim;.
Harr 1 iii.k, of Karlsruhe, win "a't
yr-rr 1 coivd a gfktit Biii'teis as
"KluiRe-," took the part of "Kureve
nal." lie pnaweos a magmlie. nt
bii'ilo;:e v.i'ee, Hi.d plajed in a mas
terly s lo the part of thn biave war
r o- a id f ithful sirvitor cf hia mastir,
Fraul ii ftr.tlir(tte, of Karleruc,
pluyrd "B atifefire," artoiii-iliiiiK thn
audience rot oiilv by her splendid
mezz -cprano voice, but also by her
diauiat c acting.
lL.rr Wn iud, of Hamburg, in the
part of "Kinz M rke," showsd his
ability in iiisplKyin the inequalities
otsival)!e in t".e tha'atter uf he
weak Kir.f". lls atstic etjle, Una
bass v. ice and nobie demi a nor elicited
loud spil.me. The rerunning parts
weie c-qua ly well died, white thu
cboius 8 ere lie!y rendeied.
The thert-ir had been newly deco
rated by ti e Drueikutr Brothers, of
Cjlicy. A splendid scenic eflfct was
produced by fin reprstnta'ion of n
ehip'a deck in tlit fl-st act. The s.-eue
in the nerond act, a garden before
"Isa'deV a, a tuienr, was moet ta-ts-fnl
and c:en'nl a (treat unpretaion, as
did the ca tie in Bwtaune in the third
act, with is wcnftrful perspective
The d weep, which were after draw
kpi by i'rtf. Hnggou, of Muuicli,con
tntnttsd in.teiiny to the character
ittic impresdi n produced by warrior?,
Bailors atd knih.e.
Kveiyaei t tad been 'taken and a
la'ge prt of the audiecee was com
poed of Engliuh and Americans.
Amrng thos who occupied boxes
were Dnke John of Meciil. nbure, the
Giai.d Due t:e38 Vera of Wurtembn g,
Prince Er e ti f 8xe Meiningen and
family, Abba Liszt, me ubers of the
Wagner family and Minister von Putt
kamer. The greatest success wpb achieved
in all the partp, evidencing careful and
painstaking rthea8l. No fatigud
was observed in either actoraior audi
ence. Ihi great love duet in the
second act, which occupied f rty
minutes, was nVely sung by Frau
fcucher and U rr Vogle, who received
great applauee, with tne magnificent
accompmimf nt ol the orchestra. The
applause which foil wed the first and
second acts culn inat d at the end
of the third in a great demonstration,
ali the actorH bi'ing culled before the
curtain. Tnn ebthuBiaem wes in
deectibable Hats and handkerchief
were waved aud the cheering lasted
several minutes Ti e succees nchieved
by the piece was q it equal to that
.obtained by the Nitbelungsn Ring and
Farmfal. The perlornjance, which
waeunabrldg d, lasted tin til 10 o'clock.
The Impe ial. Boyal and Ducal
opera houses of Vieiria, Munich, Dres
den, KariMuhe and Weimar Rent
their best artists to d 1 ht nor to Wag
ner. Others came from all parts of
Germany, a d even from England and
Holland. The e were over 100 in
etrumentalittr and an eq' al number
of singers. Carl Ambiuster, of the
Couit Th-ater of Lond n, conducted
the instrnmeiti b hind the scenes
The chorus whs dividtd into groups
and plact d at various nt i'udes to in
crease the'tlcc". Tne n-hea silsbave
been cont nu us since the end of
June, most of ihe artiste ntliziogtteir
annual eummer holiday in retiearding.
Every day the lr ur from 9 o'clock in
the niori inu ti 1 8 o'clo k in the even
ing were Oicupi d variously by the
band choru-e, toos s, staae music,
etc. Two full rtieareals were held
-each week 1 1 which a privileged few
were admitted. They were really coin
p'f te perform.nc( 8.
The eucesi cf bnth Parsi'al and
Trintan'and I aide has defiui ely de
cided the nit oritie to repeat the
festival ifi 1.S87, hen probublv Der
Meitttr Singif wl.l also he given. Thr-re
will be a further re) et t'on if Xibe
lungen Ring .n 1S8K, ar.d, if the festival
meets with continued fiir-cees, it will
become a e ry ins'ituton. Herr
Ktanich, if the Ducal Opma House of
Dannetadt, has the technical direction
o! the et)gp.
Special trains from Vienra and Mu
nich brought, thcu aods of visitirs to
Bayrenth. Thwathtr was delight
ful. The Wainetite s were elated over
thesncceis of the fes ival. A la'ge
number of French musicians were
present, and it is exne trd the success
of tbe opera wi 1 increase the popu'ar
ity of Wagner in Prance.
Almt a NpriOD Accident.
Nkw York, July 26 There was en
accident at S.-vtLty econ I street aud
is'or'h river yesterday af ernoon which
mighti hive proved very eericus. It
was due to some inherent weaknesi of
the structure of a t ier at the foot of
the street Damd. The pier gave way
beneath the weight of a crowd which
had gathered to witness a swimming
race, and a large r.nmher of them,
probub'y twenty or thirty, were flung
into tbe water. Luckily the greater
number were promptly tken out
vrithont wrse harm than a wet'.irg. A
few were tor a timn in coneiderable
peril, ' but it ie confidently believed
that no life was lost through the mis
The nilwnnkre Haccerrat.
Milwaukk, Wi., July 26. With
the temper.tme at rn hundred in the
shade and climbing bigh-r, about 2000
perspiring tingeia of ihe 2500 who were
to have taken part in the elaborate
Saergerfest parade planned tor yester
day discreetly remained away. The
remnant mtrnhed through the streets
and in National Park, where the pici.ic
concluding the test look place, tbe
prcceesion cra o J much amusement,
many of the sincere being grote.quly
a' tired and dixplairg 111 , foes and
emblem", carrying cut th's idea of
merriment. It"is estimated that 30,000
pe'pie st'erded th festivities at the
picuic, which concluded with an elb
ora e pyroUcbtic difp'ay. Tonight
many ol the v'sitiDg encietiee are dc-
rirting fcr home, ar.d the rest vil
ava tomorrow. At a meeting of the
Festival Bund tii'av St. Lou's was
chesen ns thu c.ty where the next
cSafingf rfei-t is to be Le d. Win ther it
wi 1 bd lie!d two or three years hence
isop'i ml nith 'hi 1 c,l t?t. Lou!s
committee. Hi" b nid alsodtc-djd to
invita a'l sinuinir t.ocic;'i. s of ti'O
L'ni'c 1 S btes t j jo; iit' rsuks It h
esti pntfd that t' oixji-nnis of t'le
Milwaukee feat weri-iii.t 00i urd the
'oc-ipti cb iiit f lO.tTi) !,.., ihe det'eit
' v ii.- rnvcrid hv a 1 m Kir.'ci d fun ' i-f
J17l' (.00 ia:n!a nei k'o -x nr rcbant;-'.
WKi;iI.Y St'MMtKT OF HIV.
'F.tKMKKV II Vl.."
J lie lrliKeil )m:n:i ISi'winuliiK
JInve n Very crUniH I'llVrl tiu
H lirnl l'rii, (,
CnicAC.o, 111., J'lly :'. The fallow
ing crop summnry 1 appeaT in ths
issue of the Fiirmrn' Jitritu r "The
prolonged tlrou'h, which :s aliuont un
precedented in length a. id eeveii'y, is
b giunii g to liave a v.'ry Sr rious ell't ct
up"n nil litecr.i( H. 'J he spring wheat
outlOTK Jus l) -en in lovvihs lmpiove l,
and the average condition of tlio crip
hia drcin-d sine July 1. when He
Fanner', Jicriew iidna cd that l e
protable to'ul w eat yield of the
United Slates w nhi not exceed
a r, und Icta. of -IJO OO.OOI) biiibels.
The tenor r'f t o r. p nt indicate thut
this e6tnua'e w ll 1 ave to be 10 lucl
by from lO.UOOlitM ti 15,01X1,000
bushels. Thu ft p r s f 0111 Nebraska,
Inwa, Wiscons n, Minnesota and
Dakota do tu t ii 1 cato an average
yield of b;x t3 tn bus'ii-h t3 tho acre,
with ivany tiiids entirely ruinid.
Corn is riorttid vmy nncvea in
Michigan, I lir.oip, WiHcoLsin, Iiwa
and 'ebiaka, and wliile looking
chan ia in need of ri'i and ashoiino
in the yield is ihieaieuwl. In
M nnesota corn is looking well
but is b'ginnirr to fetl the
decta ol the druith. The
ort crop will fall s'inrt, with a promise
1 f not to eiceei oni-hulf an average
yield in Wifcoi.su. and Minnesota and
three-fourthi of an averaie yield in
Illinois, Michigan aid I wa. With
the txceit'oa of M nnpnoti, the po
tati crop is threaelle1 with a failure,
few of the repors ind enting moie
than one-half a y eld, aud in many
s ctiona a complete f iilnre. Tbe pas
tures in all the Nnithweslern States
are reported as short, and in large sec
tions mined, lu portions of Wiscon
sin tbe cattle are given f-ed, Offing t
an inability tu obtu o suH'enance in
the dued up t a lurng lands. The
ftuit crop of Michivxn, Illinois and
Wisconsin is very prom sing.
Rnlned by Hall.
St. Paul, Mink., J ily 20 - A Port
land, Dk., special tot ie Pioneer Press
sys: It is estiuiatnd iha', the grain
ruined by yetterdi.y'8 hail bt"rm in
this section wiil "agngate 750,000,
which at present prices means a lues
Seanonable Kalm lu WIonaln.
Chicago, III., July 20. The Even
ing Journal' t Milwaukee special bays:
L-st night a heavy et irm set in and
it lasted until an eurlyi aurV iaaorn
ing. Th ratn ts reported to be quite
general throughout th. SUte, and will
save tbe crops in many ecctintis. Tbe
m.ret deplorable rep iris of the dronth
in Sheboygan coui.ty and that part of
the 8tate have hen received here
during the pst few dais. The farm
era and dairymn are rellii g off th ir
stock to keep them from starving, as
the grass and grain beg all driitd tip
and the pro'p ets of crops are so poor
that good hi rses have sold for $30,
and fine ciws for 15 and 0.
lailou Dotnc Tcry Wll Other
Crop Only a Two-Third Yield.
lOOEBXSrOHDINCI or THI ArPIlL.I
Macos, Tknn., July 24 Crops near
lylaidbv a gei er 1 wind op next
week. Corn it euff 41 ing for rain and
will not make ov-r a tw j-thlrds c op.
Too wet some time ago, and old corn
la d by to burrie tly or not worked in
time. Young corn has been worked
bet er a' d a giod, acakirg ra-n will
greatly benefit 'ate plain i. gsHtidhelp
o'd corn fom, to"i. We think much
be:ter of o ton, however. Itis a ti tle
spotted, too. Si me of it is large,
while o'her and larger epo s are small.
All of it ii fru ting nell and not shed
ding. ' Ve'y hot wetiher and Borne
prospects of ram s ion.
At a C lored picnic half a mile frnm
town yesterday there werd 600 to 700
present, Including a eharp sprinkle of
white volera and a host of cand'dates
for rfiice. All the Candida es were
called on fr a f piech. "-pe king con
linued for hou'e. C .1 T. A. Hamil
ton sppecbified in hi iv tiul etyle in be
half of his friend A. D Lewis, Repub
lican candidate for It g rtr,
Snrext TrnnqnlliEer of (be Nerve.
The iurent tranquiliinr ol thu nerves is a
medioine which remedies tKoir Bupersenai
tiveneas by inviirriratiiig ilietn. "ver tenMnn
ot tbe nerves always etktD them. What
they need, then, is a tonio, not a sedative.
The latter ia only nseiul when there ia in
tense mental exoitement and an mmediate
reoessity exists lor prndu.'intr qoietudo ot
the brain, ilnstetter's isiomaoh Bit era re
stores tranquility of the nerves by endowing
them with ihe visor requisite to bear, with
ont being jarrxd or disturued nnh alth'ully,
the ordinary imuressio s produced through
the media of sight, hearing or reflection.
Nay, it does more than this: it enables tnem
to sustain a degree of Un ion tiom mental
application wh'ch they would be totally un
able to endure without its assistance euoh,
at least, is th i resistible conclusion to be
drawn from trie tesiimpny ol business and
proieastunal men, litterateurs, clervymon
and others who have tested the lortiiyini
aad reparative influence of this oeiebrated
touio and nervine.
OIHelal Atsnosjnrcnirnt of ihe Death
of Willlasn Ilnulsi,
Washihoton, Juy 24. Secretary
Bayard tody made an official an
nouncement of ihe death of tbe late
Assistant Secretary, Win. Hnnter, in
wh'ch be Bays: "This venerable man
was in the.filty-s-tventh year of con
tinuous serviie in this ilepsitment,
filling every gr-de from copvut to Sec
retary of SMe with censnicous abili
ty, fidelity aud honor The mtmory
of the impoitast and valuable ser
vices of this intelligent, aeeid 'ous and
devoted puMi.: servant dcs-rv8 to tie
cherished by his countrymen. In
tken of respect to the memory of
William Hunter it is ordered tha' the
dpartmei t tie draped in in urnii g for
the period of thir y da 8 end be closed
today at 12 o'c'ock n -on.'
A MOST LIBERAL, Of FF.Kj
Thb Voltaic Bkut Co., Maraball,
Mich., offer to send their Celebrated
Voltaic Bklts and Electric Appli
ances on thirty days' trial to any man
afflicted with Nervous Debi ity, Lofis of
Vitality, Manhood, e tc. Plus rated
pamphlet in sealed envelope with full
particulars, mailed free. Write them
at once. -
THE PRIME MIMSTER.
LOCI) SALISr.fRY ARAIS AT THE
IIE1D OF AI I AIUS,
His ConlLnJcceiithm by the (Jncea
at Osborne House-European ,
Finaiu'fs Foreign Xt n"s.
Losuow, July 2'!. I.r 1 S.ilVbnry
was eo'dullv ree c 1 li.'ln lei n
a' 0.-brne Home H itit-puitd l!i-M
Iter .V je-ty iiau.iu 11 .i, i et )iei: J 1
nl r-p-ea' ti Lor 1 fiir'iiirt u 1 11 1
o lu r Wi.iir-, tu j in tli- i.i-vv iiiuis ry.
Lord llartinglun attrt!el a onfer
enco hd vetkti'.iv ever dug nt the
lilie B of ti e Liberal I'loki-it A' so
cia''Oi, at w Idi-li 1m announced b:s
T jerl'ou of Loid S. i-iberya overtures.
The arjn'nun.emeiit w.-.s epi audeJ by
t! e n eet n. l'o l:iv a Q uvu'a tin's
seng r aniwd, blinking eecial ii is
intCniU flO'll ill;) IJlleetl to I. Old
lUitinnton, who aftenvnr i held a enn
f.irtn;.e with the 1'irl of 1'eiby. Lord
Salisi ury wi 1 ntjrn fiom Osborne to
morr w. Ho ban n.Kkil Lord Urtiug
ton and V.nxl Derby Vt meet biiu.
Toero is inton e excitement in t he
clubs over tho prespu t of roval intr
ferenco in the course ci aCabinct .Min
istry. THE MAlLVH Ol' SAI.lSlll'B V
aiived tednv at t.ooa in L ndon from
O boi oe, where he went to receive t lie
QjHcn'a c uiiiiandn to form a govern
ment, tire t cruwds ns-einbh-d at all
tue ih'ef rvi wvy K'ationo between
rorigmi u'h and L indox and teed r.-d
the now Premier ovations. He do
c mod 1 1 a bir.'is tue criwds anywhere.
At th ) Loud m Btation n enonuons
cowit bad aji embled to wolejnie tho
Miirquis, ami tneyiheered him loud y
when hi? a ig'it. d from toe t'a'n.
Al'l'OI.NTKD I'HIMB M1NISTK11.
Tho Marquis cf Salisbury, while at
Oibirue. lierfunned tho ctremoiiy of
Lk'ss'ng the liauds of tve (.Jtiwn, Btul
was appainled tier I'muo Buuisler.
Umtlurpii llrlsk t l.midun On Ihe
London, July 25. Disconnt wa
quiet during the week at IJfTthtee
months and f r short, linsiiif hi on
the 8 ock i;xchai:go wes inactive ex
ceptin Amirican railway securities in
which a brisk buauus wasdono, the
market displaying a buoyant tone.
Towjrd the end of Ihe week a ten
dency was shown to rval zn profits on
IiITj le.te advance, but thes ocks offered
were absorbed readily, checking the
fall and causing 11. ir day's market to
close the stroiinest of t'ie week.
Paris, July 26. Owing to the holi
day a email businers was done on the
B nra during the past week here be
ing a thin attendance of speculatois.
l'be oniy sc ivity has been in Panama
caeal shares, which weie mppnrted in
view of the corning 'oan. Ou Wednea
tUy the euriee of Panama shares had
risen 9 pr cent., but a reaction s.-t in
and Panama closed at a fractional ad
vance for the week. New loan ad
vanced 7c: 3 per cent, rentes 15c;
Suez canal sixes, 2C0f 20c; Laliin,
Hungarians and Russians, per cent.
Berlin.- July 2d. Stocks on the
Boufre were- flan, daring the week,
and the dealings were limited. Under
purchase by operators Aus r'aa gold
rentes and Hmgarian silver rentes
closed J per cnt. hotter. Credit An
stilt c ojed 2 m.rks higher. Short ex
change on London closed at 20.304 i
lonu exchange on London at 20.31 j,
and private d scou t at 1 J
FaANEFonT, July 26 Business on
the B,u so was q .let during the pent
week. The maratt showed a tenden
cy t ward atrength. Short exchange
on London closed at 20.37; exchange
on New York at 4.10, and private d s
cuint at 13.
GENERAL FOREIGN KEVTS.
We.le.7an Mctbodlat Conference.
London, Ju y 26. On motion of
the Rev. John B- ne, the Wesleyau
Methodist Conference in session here
decided to appoint a committee to
conr-lder the pre position to hold an
ecumenical conference in the United
States in 1891. The American Church
wilt be asked to appoint committees
to canfer witb te English committee.
Mnrnh llernhardt at llneuo Ay re.
Bi'Bos Ayrks, July 26. (Via Gal
veston) 8r..h Bernhardt made her
first appearauce on the fctare here last
right, ai d egain appeared tonight.
She reieived an ovation nt each per
f rmancp. Tbe ticket office receipts
ainounttd to over $11,000 each night.
Cholera lu Italy.
U)MR, July 26. The cholera ro
U'iH f r yietorday, were 4 caees and 2
d aflis; Ki ntuna, 4 nowcas?8,2 deaths;
Sin Viniti, 9 new c tees, 2 death', and
Bilogna, 8 new casus, 2 diatbs.
New Uermnn Uovcrnntent llnnk.
Bhbi.in, July 25. The government
will found a new bank on the model
if t' e (Joinptoir des Comp'e of Paris,
to avoid making and receiving pay
TU llrltlah-Amerlcan Extradition
Londos, July 20. Mr. Howard Vin
cent tar written a letter to the news
papers, in which he q notes from bis
yearly reports while Direclor o! Crim
inal Investigation in order to prove the
u gnt necessity of an extradition
with the United States not directed
oipecia ly against Fenians and dyna
miters Mr. Vincent concludes bis
lutter by sajriiig tbe who'e civilized
world is watching the United States
Jobs Haabla'a Illne.
Lokdiic, July 26. John Raskin's
illness has changed for the worsa.
Michael VaYllt'a a.cctnrlns; Tonr.
Londoh, July 26. Michael Davi't
et irt for New York on Thursday next
to make a lecturing lour uf the United
WTLBOB'3 COUTODMI OP
PURE COD LIVEI
OIL AND LIME.
Tl O CT
Met IbeOeiwile rtlrlst The area!
tnpolarity of "Wilbor'a Compound ot Cod
Ivnr Oil and Lirue" bus induced sow un
principled persons to attempt to palm ofl a
sin pie article of their own manufactures
but any person who is auflerins; from Coughs.
Colds or Consumption, should be careful
where tbr purchase this article. Ihe re
mits of its us are its best recommendations,
end tbe proprietor has ample tvHenoeon
file of its great success in pulmonary com
plaints. 1 be t'bosphste of Lime possesses a
mist inarveious brnling power, as oomnined
with the pure Cod-Liver Oil by Ur Wilbor
It is pre c ibod by the medical faculty. Htld
by A. H. WimoE, Che a. is t, Boston, and
,I:iy be increased, t!ie Iii -otivp orjrnC
ltrii;thtiud, aud the Iiowila reflated,
5y tuUin' Ayor" l'iile. T!icc Pills are
pure ly vcgetalile lu th. ir coinpoitIon.
1 liey contain llei''.( r '; in. 1 nor any oilier
JaiutT-XH dnitr, and linn- he taken with
perfect safety by liervonA f all ae.
T wns n crent f uth r; i- fivin Iprps!a
tnd C'i'Uti':i!niii. 1 h'il no ui'petite,
u came (rremlv li -Mliinti I, and ij con
stantly jiHlU-1 . .1 with ll.'ii'l.iclii'iinil l!..l
a.s. ' I consulted our family .loetoi', n !n
pri'M-rilied for nie. :it vari." time, with
out allorilimr. more than ti ii.( Oiai-y ri lief,
I finally eoimnciu'i d lak:ii- Avei's Tills.
In a Uiiii time my iiL.es! :.-r. uud ai iieiita
my hovels were lvriiLe,.). and. hv tlio
time 1 lini-hed two Ime .1' ilie-e I'iiis mv
teiideiiey to Jiemliieties li.ul ihsnppe.in'd,
mid h'eeimm trunr niel well. Uaiiu
M.Luau, H iUaiEo''0''! j' I.
I was trmtliht, for ov-r 11 vear, wllh
I.ok.s of Appetiti'. and to M' la'l liel.ilily.
I coniuir-nwd takint; A 1 1' Pi!i, and, he
fore liuii-liin' half n hox ! Iliis medicine,
in v ai.pelile and -tr iu;i !i w -ie lxstored.
V. U. Clark, Daiihiu-j , iVnu.
Aver' Tills aro the- lu-t medicine
anon 11 to ine for ivjulatin,- the hoivels,
and for all ili-cuM s can1-! I hy a disordered
Stomach and Liver. I mi:1. re, I for over
three yearn Willi Jleinlaehe, Indigestion,
and Constipation. I luid 110 appetile, and
waa weak and nervous iuot uf tlio tii'5
three boxes of Ayor's Tills, and, ti t?. 1
liimn time dintiin; iiivself, I was com
I'lelely eiuvd. My dlp-iiu' oruuns are
now in pud order, mid I inn iii perfect
(iealth. Philip LociiWoodL'i cKa, Kans.
Ayer's Tills h ive benefited ire wonJcr
ully. por inoiiilis 1 Mill. n it iroin ilrii
jition mid Headache, whs re-llcss at
iiiht, and had a l ad t ra--f In my mouth
;very morning. Aft r talviic,' one box of
Ayer's Pills, nil thc-n troiihlcs disap
Deared, my food iii,ete(l , , n in I my
deep was lefreshili::. Jlenry C lleni
Hcnway, RoeUport, Jlass.
T was cured of tlio Tiles hv the use of
Am i's Tills. Tin y not only 'relieved tne
)f"that painful disorder, but cave me tn
rreaM'J i ;oi-, and ritured my healtil.
ohu Lazarus, St. John, N. It.
frc-pnrvil hy Hr. J. C. Aycr Co., Lowell, Muss,
lolu by all i'riit'ut au.l lieaUia lu M. dlclii.
11 e: k u v.s rr r k i k ft n 1
p I JR. J. BRADFIS LD'S J
1 EMALE llEUULATOll
This famous remedy most hsppily meets
thodt-mnnd of the age for woman s peculiar
and multiform sfiiietious. It is a remedy
for WOMAN ONLY, and for one (iPKoIAL
CLASS of her diseases. ( Jtis a specifio for
oertain diseased oonditions of the worn a
and proposes to so control the Menstrual
'unction as to regulato all the derange
ments and irregularities of Wountn's
MONTH I. Y NKKSm,
Its propietors olaim for it no other medical
property; and to doubt the fact that tbii
medicine does positively possess luoh oon
coDtrcllin and regulating powers is simply
to discredit the voluntary testimony of thou
sands oi living witnesses who ar to-dar
exulting In tbe restoration to sound health
Is atriotty a vegetable compound, and is the
produot of medical actenre ami practical a
perieno directed toward the benefit of
It is the studied prescription of a learned
physician, whose specialty waa WOMAN,
and wnoae fame became enviable and bound
less because ol bis wonderful success In ths
treatment and cur of female complaint.
TllK RKOULAT0K is the GRANDEST
REMEDY known, aad richly deserves its
Woman's Best Friend
Bsoans it oontrols a elasaof funotlont ths
various derangements ot which oaua mors
ill health than all other eausea ooinbined.
and thna rescues her from a long train of
afUiotiont which sorely embitter bar life and
prematurely end her azieUno. Uh, what
multitude of living witnesses ean testify to
its charming effects I Womx, take toyeur
coDOilenoe this ,
PRCtTOUS) BOON OF HEALTH
It will relieve you ot nearly all the corn
plain's peculiar to Tour sex. Rely upon it
aa your safeguard for health, happiness aad
long life. .
Bold by all druggists. Bend for our treat
ise on th Health and Ilaprlnesa ol Woman,
mailed free, which gives all particulars.
THE URADflEi-D, RE(, i)IATOR CO..
Boi Atlanta, Ma.
TO MV HEALTH TMC LtVfW MUST Pf INOSIO(J
IssKflnhloKmiirulv tor tivrr Oiiii(iliiintMiiNi) ilisriius
by tilerntiffd or torpt'l r inlitiunol tlm I,ivpr, m I)
frr-psiit, CoiiKlipntion, liiii"nti'it, jHiimhrn. I f ;rt'l hi-Fij
Hal firm, Iihruii nliirri. ifr. 1 1 ncil-i(unilii' ImwiH", pur
leu tlm iI..(mI, t.f rrnt-'tfifit ttio VKtt':i), iitfi dl-'i-Ht ?
AN INVAI.UAHLB FAMILY MRDICJNK.
thounnttMof tostimonldlo prove itnmorl4
tn t iBUuoi t r mlhii i l, toy u w iti;ini rATiofs
No. 64:t0, R. D. Chanoery Court of Bhelby
county- State of 'ieoneasee vs. Johanna
Muh:rey et ill. ...
BY Tirlu of an Interlocutory decree for
sale entered In thi a bo re cause on the
2Mb da, ot January, lH.Mi, M. l)tol, page
iSU, I will se I at publis auction, to th high
est biddor, in front of I he Clerk and Mastor's
office, courthouse 01 bhelby county, Mem
phis, Tenn., en
Natarday, Angnsl 21, 1S,
within legal hours, the following described
property, situated in bhelby county, Tenn.,
,0Bast'half of lot 51, country lot m. front
ing 30 feet on the south side of Madison st.
210 feet west of Orleans street, by a depth of
HH feet. Hold aa property ol Johanna Ma
honey and others. '
Hart of lot 4Vt, block 57, fronting 37 toet on
the west side 01 Orleans street 63 feet north
of Linden street by a depth of 33 feet. Sold
ss property ol th Bluff City B. and L. As
sociation. ..... .,
Lot 6, block 54, fronting 35 feet on the east
aide of Kuth street HA fnet aonth of Vance
atrret by a depth nf 1()7!4 feet. Sold as prop
arty of Samuel J. be 1 us gs, M inter Parker
ana others. .... , , , . , .
Lot 11, ol Jones suhiiiTlslan of lots 32 and
33 Dunn's tract, fronting 30 feet on the north
side of Spring street 150 ttet east of Brown
street by a depth on the west line of 220 feet
and on the east line of JU-t feet. Hold as
property of Josephine and John Kelly.
Part oflilo'k 34,Dunn'ssubdivislon, front
ing 40 feet on tbe east tid of Manassas strsat
lis leut north of DuDose avenue by a dopth
of firi'cjt. 'Hold at property ot Kobt. Tally
and others , .,
Part bjick , Dunn s subdivision, fronting
'- feet 11b tbe west side of Walnnt street 2fs9
I iet nouib f the Memphis and Charleston
Railroad an J running hacs l.Vi feet tu depth,
bold as pr pert of Joseph Williams.
Vi,rt of country lot 4tfl, bstinning en th
south si io of Pineonrooat road or Charleston
avenue 49 leet frost the northeast corner of
lot5 ll.rdaway's subdivision H :t2 W W leet
to Court srreet: thence B W I'M feet;
thence N .12' K 54 feet to th Plgeonroost road ,
north 293 W 60 let to th beginning, bold aa
th property nt 11. 0'Neil.
Part of lot 45, country lot 513, fronting 118
feet on the westsideof Jones avenue north
west corner of a 22-feet alley north of Brad
ford street, 8th ward, by a depth 0' 2C3 feet.
Sold as the property ol Michael Fitaglbbon.
Part of lot 6, Winchester division, front
ing 2S feet on the south sid of Base avenue
2y(J leet west ot Donlsp street, 8th ward, by
a dopth of 210 feet, bold as the property
of VI. V. Beasley. , .
Terms of Bale On a credit of six months i
rote bearing interest, with security, re
quired: lien ratained; redemption barred.
This July Hn, 1W.
H. I.MoDOWELI,Clsrk and Master.
By B. P. Coleman, Deputy C. and M.
P. 11. k C. W . Uoi kcll, Solicitors,
u r. 1.-.
I ' t
c . . '.--
AT CRAIG'S SEED STORE,
39 Union St., Memphis, Tenn.
ST.lTF.1ir..T AT t l.ONl". or
ItlSOl HI K4.
Cash on hnn.l and in bunk t iTT.t'SI W
Olliie r. itures 1H0HI
Hills discounted 4t ft!
Bonds and ibvostmonls ttuaritet
value) (W.'.HO 20
tl4(l,li!4 7S I
en- Wr, the undnrltinod Oommittce. hereby
suteiutnt, und CiikIi. Bills niof Invos'munts,
We recommend that the sum ot $.lo(X', from tho
i I'. IIADDKN, President.
EWl. not. HSMITII, Vico President. ,
.IAS. N ATM A N, It'Mhior '
A.NDREW STEWART, New Orleans. ANDRKW D. QWYNNB Man plilu
STEWART, ifll & CO.,
NO.S56 AA D WU FllOAT MTUFJLT, ISiairilll, TEMM,
STEWART BROTHERS & GOBIFANI
C01T0N FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS,
IfOB. W 4W ten rpvT b'tww'ist ivs-Ttvrv
R ETHEL Classical and Military AC AD EM Y
In aeountry notd for beauty and health. Cours of tudy, 10 branches, surpassed La thor
oughness by no academy in the Mouth. Medical and Law Courses preparatory to the Jlni
versity of Virginia. Board, tultl in, medical attendance, half session, No extras.
Address Major A. (1, SMITH, Bethel Acsdemy P O , Kauon'nr county. Va.
ECrab Orchard Water
I (If nnlne Crab Orchard Halts In sesleil mi
flrtaR OUCHASrO TftCO..Pr
THE PETERS & SAWRIE CO.
M. J0NEH, President. I. V. 1'KTEHS, Vlce-Prosldent.
lW. D. P. bAWRIE, Foorelary and Ireiisuror.
(Nitttrsir 10 Pelcrs V sinwrls-,)
MANUFACl'UREKN OF HIE " .1I.Vtl.NOLI A IlltAMl"
30 38 and 40
N. M. JOWKfl, J1TO. K. RPF!Rt, I. V. PtrTKHH. HUD. ARNOLD, W. P. P. BAWR1I I
Hist of Its rlsss In tbe Houih. I'n funs for lltisin-ss jr had eg I
KI II Z K V """I H.-H.M.IS nd lllilv.rslllr.. Lliuilcil Hi.m..r of U.iirders. wilt
IIUVID I Miofliil Advantairra. I- or r o l..U;- with wlm lire. c.. jMs
POUnrtl W. N. MrllONAI f), MioOirnr il;, ialrsltl Va , J'fr'
bCHOOLi ' A. I,. MrKONA I. II. Ill hi. W-h. l.w I'lilvrslty, I U.U.IU., He
h ' u iw iyu C4i ti rB mi u
1 O I
' Hiecwwri to FOBTEJi. TAILOB CO,
! ' - . -! ASH
WO. SOn PROWT SXT? TTTTT. t t nsTl?MTrrT. Tt?W
Z. N. BSTKtf. .
' 8. B.
Z. M. ESTES & CO.
(SVCCKBHOBS 0 ISTWI, BOAS Cli.)
Vl Dlesale Grocers and Cotton Factors
' , Mo3. II 1-2 and 13 Union Street, Memphis, Tenn.
W. &. GAGE & CO.
Wo. 800 Front Wtroet, : Memphis. Tens 4
YJtAIT GIN .
M'inutncturcr's Agents for
luiil4'I I'rutt 0II011 lt
I'LliDKhS A Mi CUJi DENSER.-!
NWII.ICY, SMITH V Ci
Mill:'.! ivt urcrfj of
ra(t i: 1i llml. r iititn,
r hik I Ki'imircr!,
to fi'l'l.tr St., Mruivltift
11 rr1nitt Mov.ih ititf-Heml tl in un
Mil ,ioti. f t.s.-U Hw t : f v' "'-,:
rfiiu'i-'l. f'orrt t'nritlonco nnt c
olit'il''!. H'l 'linn lli"tiri'.l in in,',
j.-'t t r lor. All wtirk n mini n too i.
V 1 'J 1
Ul I af
iiti ji.i;s.s, jim: :,, ISS.
I.I till I 1111:4.
l'r.,lls (net ii nionllm)..
Kyioi for tnos
..I rshttm on
... I.ais Oil
.. 3, Hl'.l HO
.. lu.ifi 4:1
certify thst wn huve esmnincd the uliofo
and lind ibom all cirrcct and salisisctory.
turniiiKS of pu-it nix monito, iio credited to
I. U. II 4NDW l.likUK,
o. w. tomlin: wm. bknjes.
NEW CARRIAGE FIRM.
Tomlin & Benjes.
170 Mulii Nf., Momphlu.
Oltor special Inducements In Open Buggii
uf our own make, at l'5 Top hugies 0
our own miiko, at 1120. All work wat
ranted. Call before you buy.
sr Having disp ised of our entire stock
Vehicles 1110I t'ie Mniiufacturlnii Depart
meut to Messrs. TOMLIN A DENJKS, w,
bospenk for them a continuance ol th,
patronage so long eiUndod to aa.
CARRIAUK . IMHUWAHK COMPANY.
A lli'miHlTfornll ninaosof thcI.Ier.MIl-
nrya. Slnmnrh anil atowvl. A ooslllvi'S
cms i,,r s.s.rii, sssi-ai iiiwuh-uj
t'.iliallliHlli.se. I nnsi, I tut t4MPiMlils.
I .'M IS. ISO gi'lllllllO aUIIN SOIIl H.IMIIH
TFIt CO.. Prop'rw. hiwoi i. jiisir.w. m fr. imwynie. s t.
iMMK.aewrjwe.iaM--JMiai.llirnisrTimM1 iii.ii. ....irJ.
CCHOOL V FOR 7 DOYC.
U. W. MACJMAE.
yf. B. DOAN.
WILL It) rpenad Jnn Ut. Thil noted
watcrrir-it'itt o ii RitiMteJ six milos
(rum Attn Furna- e, on th Naahvillo and
I u.j t?nl im mi ratirnjid, in litrkmrin eonnty
fonn. llitrk will meet nil trwini at Atn
hthI will ouuvey gueeU to srringB t very
Itonr.l, Kl'iO ler Monlh: prr Iajr.
Sf-li-I firtlf- in t fiiiil(lMi,
W invite All who wish In fiiend tha most
'IcHKt'ii svaon of tiieir livori Vt ctuu to
and In-. i
, 6-"i ooilly "cVori ot ilenauro
. dued water and iur ;i.r in
rv;i'n, TfT-t-oi Ii-, Tenn.
y-. !'ro,.'r i'ti.'ii'. l'"rel.
,4 41,1 S.ICIKJ
'i i' !.t Tu., Vu. !ip in the
' .ii''.. i:,'. Vit'turftu' .irr'iinvi-
1 '. i iM 'i 1 1 . ul I v h.i 1 1' i ! nn.
U"' 1 1 i , ,tii I a 1 1 ui'Nlor ii 1 1,' i rvo
i -" it ti i . i.i uik, p. - i, intern 1. 1 nnd
i 1 1 m " i ho i it 'itM'. i'i'liletb
I. LiiMirmiHy turiiihd ruomxi
In ml nl ntu-i.. Send fi.r illnartitoi
ft. rhuu'"- Mi.iiH-i.itn. Oirn furvia
,liiii iruh. VV t;-: A'uut. i'hn'y)tt4
" . ; R- T Uy'SON.V .m'trr.
lnt ('(nulort, Virginia.
IITI I h
nKI.MS fur tho miHi.n o! !vi, lc ' nnini
1 .iiitir I.-t, rrilit vi t- o hut
(no hiijhot it.it.d.rd of t ,'..Iim:- o iuain
Si-nd fi- illuHtr.vtcd dctforii tivi) l aoiplilet
, F. N. '! K V., Mann cr
of Wisc-.nnin. MirtutMii and I.iwrt, :iro hnn
drotn d tlolittliltul I'lm rH h horc uno can .i(i
tiio MiutititT niunilii in iiiot rn-t af I cTiMy.
ni.'iit, und riMurn Imiho ii r tr rnd t tho
hcaiiMl to r in cMiidetviy ro.iavviiittrd, KnoU
rtiourrinsi hoaumi brings t Ut'-iiix-inowuo,
Wiuikcihti, Hottver 1n in, Kruntonjf, Oko
buji, Minnftok:, Vbito Hi-nr, and innu
nior ille oihur l.rmirK li.i:ihtien with rn
liirinti nauirrt. t boutwiiid- of our lrt noiil
whofo win'or li nnoi ro n either nido ot Ma
Son and Ii.n' linn. Klt'piini'o nnd com
lort, Rt a ini'dorutu rost.rtin ! readily ob
tained, A lit ot "itniiiifr liouien, with all
nftcHSrinry intortua inn tr tui nuiir ihoroto, is
bflinir tlitrilMiln I tlio Chh'ai.o, Vn.WAU-
KKK AND 1ST. I'At l, TUll WAY, II lid Will i?fnt
Iron upon ari'HoHtit n by K i rr to A. V. H,
t'nrppiitor. Uonoiat I'ahMJt nor Arat, Slil
WHnkco. White Cliff Mineral Springs,
Monro 'onfy, ToinipNRre,
OlTl' TKI on top nf Chilhowwi Moutitain,
0 iwtiM Kt,t Hlinvo una Irvol. tinod water
Iuro ntmoH.horo, miunilloont nnnnerv Htul
noiuftiriiililo HtvotiniHidii, iotiM. Ihiily line of
n'mtfiri n ml daily until from A tlionn, 'J enn. t
ovor a K'od road; dintanoo tixtrnn niilon.
Tolfatriii'h nlVh-o In butfl, contiotHinjr with
othnr llno.N nt Athonti. T run roHonnhle
ivfid HtMal r.iti'K lor luuii-lio. For r;rou
lam, Kiviug unitlyBih of w..tt r, otrv, nddrom
proi-riotor, ( T. A. MAiULL,
1 Whit Olilt Sorimr. IVnn.
Crab Orcluinl Spring?,
T IN0OLN COUNTY, K Y.-Thc fxcn!lnca
XJol thu cul ino. and ii'Tonunodatiuns ohnr
r "twrintif of thin tiotnl dm inir the pact tinea
yoitrd, hliall bo fully uianituiiiAd this int8on.
Kxt'urdion tirkotH to tho 4Sir in by the L.
mid N. Hailwa) hto good via LoiiiHvilte, both
goinir hthI rot urn i ti , to irnird on tiist train
KitoroatliiiK nrr'vitl in Loui-vtllr,
W T. U HAM', I'rn-'t I, t K.N1 . rWt.
IS S Al"SrATE.
No. H. D.-Chncor Court of.Hrelby
county rltate of Icnnossce for use etc.,
ts. asary K. Ashlonl etnl.
HY virtue ol an Interlocutory decree for
aale entered In the above cause on th.
4th day of January, 1HW, M. II. Ml, lias.
IW7, 1 will sell, nt nubile auction, to the
hixnest bidder, in Iron! at the Clerk and
Master's oflioe, courthouse uf bhelby county,
Memphis, Tenn., on
NnlniMla. July SI, iHH,
within legal hours, the following de
scribed (iroiiorty, situated in hhelby county,
Tennessee, to-wltt The south part of let 6.
block .HH. fronting IIA fret on the east sid. ol
Ht. Martin street by .depth of '2IW feet, said
lot being 1MI feet north ol Lliulen street.
Terms nf Bale On . ereditof six months;
Bete with security, bearing Interest, re
Iuireitt lien reiainedi redemption barred,
his Jun al, lHHsl. .
H, 1. McDuWELL, Clerk and Master.
11 jr 11. F. Walsh, Doouty 0. and M.
F. II. anil 0. W. Ilelshell, Bols.
CH 1NCERV SAIX
HI AI. lSTATli,
No. Mitt, R. D. Chancery Court of Shelby
county Htale of Tennessee, etc , vs. Ha
rah Armstrong at al.
BY virtu ol an Interleontory decree for
salt, entered In th. abov. cans, on th.
4th day tt June, IXfli, M. 1). 6:1, page 168,
I will sell, al jmblio auction, to the blith
est bidder, In front o th. Clerk and Mas
ter's office, eourthous ol bhelby oounty,
Memphis, Tenn., on
Malnrdnjr, Aagnsl 7, IHslfl,
within legal hoars, th following described
preparty, situated In hhelby oonnty, Ten
nessee, to-wit: A certain lot beginning at a
stake on tbe west sid of Ninth streot 135
feet north ol th north side of Carolina
street; thence west and parallel with Caro
lina street IM't'i fet to a stake; thence north
2fi feet to an alley; thence east lbi feet to
west side ol Ninth street; thence sooth 25
leet to the beginnlni.
1 Terms ul Bale On a ereditof six months;
note with security reouired : lien tntained;
redemption barred 1 his July .1, lHWi.
H. I. Mi'lKJ rt KM,, Clerk and Master.
By II. F, WhIs',, I'cpulf Clerk and Mster.
t. II. A 0. W. llemkell and John John
ston, Solicitors. f
.f,p. - nil". I ihiHlnit ,1 (IiiUiIiiu Otfi
IW11" V:."JM IiiikmI nvr rl ikl ... I . now roiidy,
VMl'; JL-S?!?! n.,ni,nl nr:l NKw.llrlKl.
t';y ';U'v,i"1 Ktjlimof lMli,.i I ibrasy
kv-A'. Desk.. Tiiblls. CbairZ
- IT Crbos, Lonngeg,
1 III D bbu, Mmuiuuvm
ii'lrl iRtUos Fancy Doaki.Ao
'''VAM I'illHHt (ilMMlM Hlld IsfJWWkt
"London" Trouser stretcher
I'atented In Kuronn and Uni
ted Mates. Hol AuciilN Isa
I ninil Miilrs forcelchrato
John llaiiiillon A Co, Stretch
er. Takes liiiUMliiK- .isl i
Itiio rontores psntaloons to
original shape. Only patented
Htrotobor combining screw ri A
in coiiililnation Willi clamps.
All others Inlriniicaients.
Original and on yalrrlrlier
lt,r Brt.ull.llifll' HHP. liv
ftsnresi seuurely packod. l'rice ti (. Writ
lor oirculnrs. Anents wnntod in er city.
U W NIMM'UVS tt , ll'tnlua.WHN.
UKAI.TH IM WEal.l ll.-Us. E. C.
VV set , Naav srd Uai TastTaiNT,
a gnaranteed specific for Hysteria, DItiI-
ness. Convulsions, KiU, Mervns neural
gia. Headache, Neric-s Prostration, caased
r . i . , . . i. .. i ...i...... ui.i.
Oy m use Ol imiuui , iiiv.mui ,.
fulneas, Mental Depression , Soften ing of th.
Brain, resulting in insanity and le Ins lo
, l .1 .1 . t V. U,.m.,nH t.1,1
Age, liarrenneas, Loss of Power in sitter
H Involuntary Losses and Boermator
rbea, eaniv i by over-eiertion ol th brain.
Mll-aona or overinuuigeuov..ivar,u nu. wu-
sli boxes for 15, sent ay mail prepaid, oa
. ... i ur. ..... hll 11....
rsosiit oi srict, " w i..,,,,,. y-
to our. any cas. With each order reesived
. r i. L. . . ...,,nn..lul with SI.
D j up iur Bia WtlSW., ,bww'..,." " .
w will nd th purchasr our written
guarantee to reiunu in uiouer u
ment does cot affect a cur. Guarantee
Issued onlrb A. HKNHKHT A CO., Drag
gists. Memphis, Tenn.
IHIOKTKI W4TI B4I. FFlTF-KVES-
. . - , m 'XVI SL SUP Ls i l KM
i;.r s niir.nai, . - . ... rnv
lllRRKMHORN I N KX : K LL E f sox
FAMILY USB KKCr'MMiND
' KI) BY THB
II IK beat MmJIcmI Aulb.rlll.
Sole Agents for Memphis,
HUIHH tJAKM s. TT.
Tki. nvi.T a. R.
goner, tor is mad ex
pressly i or tne cur.
ot degeneration of
th generally or
gans. Ther is no
mistake abon thisln-
.1 imni tb con
tinuous stream ol
nieatius through th.
narts nius' restor.
them to healthy action. Do not confound
this with Klectrio Brlis advertised to en
all ills from head t;; to. It Is for th ON tf
areciJe purpose. For circulars giving full
nformatlion, address Cheevor Kleotric Celt
Co.. lift Wa.liln-ton str-st. ' hicae .III.
t HSSOIal.V N, . V. -Board on th Dili.
- Mrs Ii. C. Howard. 2ii Whingto
n..- u..,n.. I.r.m, liifttlion dalitthtfuli
Consonient to c.rs to Manhattan Beach,
conay Wand. Lniig Ui i-h and Central Prk
also lo JSow York plaotj of amusement. .