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ritlDAY, I SEPTEMBER 2, 188tt.
OOI. rATIEKCtOS A CAKDIIsATE.
The canvasi for UoDRress in this dis
trict Lai at list asnnmed definite
ahape. The withdrawal of Hair's and
Hanson has liecn followed by the can
didacy of Col. Joiali Taitertoo, whoee
announcement over his own signature
appiarj ia another column. The coc
wenlion will hare to choose between
Jam I'iielan aud Josiah Fattrrsor.
Unoeual inter at will be manifested
In (he conte;t, not only in the district,
bat lii'outfbont the Sta'e and the tut
roucding coantiy. The contract be
tween the two a'piracti is marked
And distinctive. There is a discrepancy
of twenty years in their ages and they
differ widely on political Issue. Eich
baa b's adherjntl and admirers; both
re able and of late years have been
eonsioaou8 aztora on tbe political
stage. James I'iielan ia one of the
molt promising young men of
tlio South. Us active and ingen
ious inte'lect is always qaal
to tbe occasion and his infor
maUon unf-tilinp. Whatever topic lis
dieciiseop, co matt how hackniyed
or commonplace, his views are orig
inal, entertainirg and fore Me. His
intellectual endowments sre of the
hifthoat order; his atlaininonts in lit
em 'u re and the philosophy of politics
sre incomparable in tbo3e daya of shal
low smar;nes and presumptuous ie
noianco. Col. Patterson is in the
prime of physical and intellectual
Tigur. His v.ews on grtat cjneitions
are enlarged and matured ; his reason
ing close, crgnt and conclusive; his
diction forcible; his icf.rmatioo ex-
(emive and varied, ard his political
coune cautious and circumspect. He
bw worked his way to tie front among
tbe ablest sU'emien of thuSjuth. The
con to. t between two each aspirants
will be watched with uncommon to
'licitude throughout the country, and
of c urse wi!l pioduce n deep interest
in this diatrie. So the convention
makes a harmonious nomination
(lie Afpkal will be Batirfod.
Tbe outlook for the Democ atle
itj in this Congrersional Dii
trict wes nover so roaamrlrg
as now. The colored people of Shelby
-county are demoralized, and do not
beuttte to eajr that in the Augutt
-election the white leaders forced a
ticket upon them they did not want,
then abandoned the negroes to their
fate, refusing to contribnte a dollar to
tbo canvass, and they openly avow
their determination to defoat Znch
Taylor in November in revetigo for
Uieir shameful desertion in Augnst by
the white R publicans. The colored
vote will not be solid in the Congres
sional election. The floating vote in
this diatric', never less than 1000, has
drifted to the Democratic party, just
aa a maw of qu'cksilver attracts the
vagrant globules. With a harmonious
convention and. either Patterson or
P Milan as the nominee the Democrats
vrfll elect their candidate for Congress
tjaiT AG A HINT FHOT1UTIO.
The few Democratic newspapers
which have (truck hands with James
G. Maine in support of a protective
latiff will feel as lonesome as a mon
arch in exile when they see how com
pletely they Lave Isolated themselves
from the Democratia party. During
the last four months the Democratic
paity has held SUte Conventions in
near y every State in the Union, and
on the tariff question the general opin
ion has been expressed that tevenue
should he raised solely to meet the
expenses of the government, economi
cally adiiiinittered, and that exactions
upon the people (or any other purpose
is robbery under the forms of law.
Since his difiat for the residency,
Blaine his hetn floating cn the politi
cal ea, 1 ke a rocked mariner grasp
ing at diiltwood ard straws to save
liinifclf. lie 1 ai lira ly made a raft
out f the proieclive tariff plank. He
itkslomtke thia'the leading issue
in li e in xt residential cantett. The
Democrats lave accepted itBnd in ev
vty fti,tu trey proclaim in tho tame
unvarying voice that thire is no jus
tioe or hi n sty in any other srrt of
t.uiirt'. aa one for revenue. Trotec
lion ii a (raid and a humbuir, a ben
t fit tithe manufatturr hut a ditii
nn lit to the ll)orcr, the great ngrictil
tural intereits of the country. Tie
facia how that the wfges (flabrrin
tlie protected industries of a Stat ard
kiwer thin in the unprotected indu -trwn
of the fatuo Sthte and tint the
pnte.td ibdustries of the ma- nur
turing Edit pay their workmoaton
ttxj average let tUn the unprotected
imlu t it-s o! tho a ricu'tural West.
Ttie frets alfo show that out of nil prc
potiion a rela lvcly turner sum is
i I eJ irrtu'iorus f omi the imported
cuintnoditiis purchased by the poor
uisn thai fr.ta thore that a-e band ed
by tho lich ; aid thht twice and three
times as h'jr ia tix is imp-ned by the
Au o'iran Uoverr me. t cu thecVeap
ar iche or ih p ior or woikir gman's
usias h l.id m the finer and more
iuxiwicus requircmetiti of the
w al hy. Py tlo chjsub of
ISSO t' e unrulier ol piwoos
aed in traniifne'ures, mln!ng and
lucrcba- ti e induetr'ei was 3,837,1 12 in
population of f 0,000.000. The num
ber er gaged i n m an n f act u res x ;l ui -iv
ly is not glvnn in the repcrt hefoie
u?. We will fssume that it is 3,000,
0)0 Toen for the protection of 3.000,
1001 of tur population tbe entire CO,
OOO.OfO are taxed. We givs the pro
frcfioolat the full benefit of counting
hie operatives as included in the bene
"file of protection rod also of raying
tteir propor.lon of tbe tax ; for all a e
eoniumcs. Every dollar of the du
ties collects. I on imports is paid by
confumerp. The average duty on im
ported goods isabont 42 per cent , snd
4 be consumer pays this. Without this
duty be tonld bny the imported article
42 prr cent, cheaper than he does now
Bat tbe government needs revenue.and
Imports to the amount of its needs
are necessary. Now, however, it is
collecting from consumers about $50-,
000,000 a year mere than it needr,
and the pro'ectionietssay it roust con
tinue to do this or nuEu'ai'turi-rs will
be ruined. Ia other word, tie giv
ernment must 6uita:n the manufac
turing interests of the country by col
lecting money it dois not want. The
paopla pny this money, and they pay
Unit to support their government,
but to support 3,000,000 of their
fel!ow citizens engaged ia manui c ur
ing goods for consumption. It is not
surprising that tho Democratic party
basin iti Sets conventions spekea
the same voice of condemnation of tbe
principhsof protection. The e is no
half way ground on this question.
Bla ne has nnfnrled the banner of
protection. The Democrats are flock
ing to tbe banner on which is in
Ft'ilbed "A tariff for revenue
only," and by this sign
they will conquer. For half
a century protect'ou has been tbe de
mand of the maoufai turer, and that
demand only increases as it ia heard
and gratified. It was atksd at firot
for infant indubtriee, but one might
reasonably suppote an infant a cen
tury old could walk aloze, or at leait
with the help of lighter crutches than
it started on. Insteed of lighter
crut'.'hes, however, the coos' ant cry is
"Help, or wo Ml." Let 'eai fall, end
tlis 50,01)0,000 taied to pro'ect 3,000,
000 manufacturers will got rid of a
burden they have S3 long carried to
protect industries thiit 0"g:,t not to
live if, like tbe farmer and laborer,
they cannot protect themselves.
Al.fXtBiDER I. 1119 t'Al'ITA I,
To the lover of human liberty itia
grntifyintf to s.e how the triumph of
popular tentiment over monnrchiral
and aris'ooratio power is spreading.
The attitude of the people of Koumo-
lia and Bulgaria is a very striking dis
play of the ability of tbe people to
withstand tho exerciae cf arbitrary
power. Tbe people of Eoumelia de
sired union with Bulgaria, but the
treaty of Berlin, made by the great
powers, f oi bade. The people proved
stronger In tbe mat er than all the
power? , and tbe union wns accom
plished. Ku sla kidnepped the ruler
of Balgaria because he was training
the people to independence instead of
leaning upon the Czar, but the peop'e
have brought theif Prince back again,
spile of Rursia. What has not been
accomplished by conspiracy will no
doobt be tried by diplomacy, and
there the people's chance is small
Boenia and K jumanla, however, have
expressed themselves so friendly ttat
there is talk of a possibility that the
three Provinces may form an alliance
If so, Rueu's evil task will be ren
dered more difficult, and the other
powe:s will be less disposed to sacrifice
Bnlgaria when so well sustained
Turkey is masking troops, bat will not
use them other than an the powers
permit, but at present the peaceful at
titnde of Bulgaria gives neither Tur
key nor Kuseia opportunity for quar
tering troops upon them. Russian
i.llk ids say that their govemment will
act strictly in accord with the other
powers. Diplomatists express tbe
opinion that both Germany and Ans-
t ia are opposed to Alexander's re
iustatement. The Russian press do
not like the turn events have taken,
and Bay that although the restoration
may delay tbe accomplirhment of
Russia's intentions it will not prevent
lis designs baing carried out. The
strong and Iniquitcua proceeding of
Riusia, however, cannot full to dis
pose I ho powers rather t check tban
to further i's policy. England is very
irmnuiy, ana uie omer powers may
prefer to acquiesce in the fait accompli
and so, for the present at least, leave
no other course for Russia th-nto
"bide her time," which she is snr j to
do. In the mnatnim we rejoice in
this country that A'extmler Ib in his
capit al attain, and wish him success in
his eflcrts to enlighton and advance
his f.iithful prople.
Naflonnl Klrrlrlc Iaf llulloa.
Detroit, Mich., Sept. 2. "The Op
etation ol Meteors from Electric
Light and Power .Stations" was the.
tine ol taper read todav bv T. C.
Ma t n, b'fore tie Nutional Eloctric
Inst tut:on, inwhcli he considered
thH o'ect -to mc to s now in use. The
paper was very eenera'lv disenesBd.
ar.d the convention adjourned sine
die. The members went on an excur
sion cn the Cl'v of Clewilnnd ihis
A Uorgrou. Mr.
CilAIU.CTTE. Mu H.. Sentomlmr 2.
Charlutto is romewliHt stirree' up over
the r'poi t that a geunine sea monster
abounds in the wa'er o( Narrow lake,
ten miles south of this citv. Tho
mr nst r, it ia claimed bv th habltuej
of the vicinity, rai out of tha wtsr
on moonlight nth;s to a hlght of ten
feet and ttioa disappears Its body ia
said ti hi a1 out the ei of a stove
pips and iti hesd to reeemble that of a
serpen'. A party is belnir orcnnizid
and will mobab'y visit tha liu nnn
Nashville Amtriran. 2d: TJia
elwtsd Supremo Bench will organize
mxt Monoay morning in the city of
Knnxville by the election of a Chief
Justice Bind an AttornoyJGeneral and
Km or er. It is the DHnnrAl rminirm
that Judge Peter Tuiney, by reason of
his sen only and l"ng experience upon
the bench, will bechessn Chief Ju
rice. For tho ofliie of Attorney Gen
eral ai d Reporter there are a large
number of randidntea. A mong thoee
most prominently fpokon of are Judue
. A. Milliken of thla eity, Judge N.
w. McUniaeli ol Smith count v, the
Hun. .1. W. Judd ot U ibtton."ll 1'
K geursef Maurv Oi l. N N. Cox of
v il iamsnn. the lion. Matt M. Neil of
Gib'oo. II. II lugeisoU of Knox, Col.
James II. Lowisol Marshsl', and the
llor. Mr. Kdmondcoo of Sbobv.
Tm re ara others wboae c'aims sre be
ing s ronaly orgd by Ii fluent al
fiisnda. Tee winner In so brilliant a
galaxy of legal lights will certainly be
enMtled to corjg'atnlatiors.J
I MEMPHIS DAILY
ANIMATED DEBATE OX THE IRISH
Tbe Belfast Riots Dlscassed-Al
most an Altercation on
London, Feptember 2. Mr. J. Jor
dan, Parnelhte, aeked the government
why county Claro had bean placed in
the split re of Gen. Sir Redvers Bull
e.r's mlfwon to Ireland.
Sir Micbadl 11 cks-Bcach, Chief Ssc
retary for Ireland, replied that al
though the e did not exlit in Clare
that rtate of lawlessness which pre
vailed in Kerry, st ll there was much
intimidation in Clare and much activ
ity among secret societies.
M'. McDonu'd resumed tbe debate
on Mr. Sexton's amendment to the ad
drees. He a tribuied the troubles in
Beliaet to the incitement of certain
reverend firebrands and the speeches
of Lord Randolph Crurchill aud Mr.
Chamberlain. He said that the mag
istracy was apathetic hile blood wa
being shed, and that if the police had
hen allowed to defend tbemielve-' t
tbe cutset the rioting would quickly
have been subdued,
Mej. feunderson, Conservative, dep
roratnd thf "aneilf sh prolonging" of tho
deba'e. If-sa dit was impossible to
'reit Kir Willinn Vemori Uarcourt'ss
a a rions pol.tioiiii), becaute the lattor
at ail ed ls wight to measures than
to men. lie neked how long llarcourt
Lad been m favor of a rend rate Par ia
n'nit, and was p.ococd'ng to discusn
liarccurt's former viiws concerning
social ordtr in Ireland when i bet
Speaker iniurprsed, eaymg that the
amendmeut referred to Belfast spo
finny ana not io Jrtiana geneial y,
Major Suundersoa den'ed that th
HoutiHwas lUBUtid In preiuduinc
q lies ion which was about to fo'm tbe
eur jeut ol a soarcning inquiry ly the
commission. He denied absolutely
thxt Dmngemen rrigiiiiited the no's
which, lis sdd, wire tie iei;
acy of. Gladbtoi e sj b oodfiimned
p nicy, wnicn extenfiea irom Kha
loum to Belfas'. Chesrs j He de
nied Mr. Sdxton e arsertion that
Orarg mn bad taken an oath to ex
termina'e Cifio'ics. Orange lodges
were always opened witn prayer, anil
one of the petitions was that Irieh
Catholics might be resnncd from the
i rror if their ways. LauahtT I
roriiauient bandod them ever to .the
Parnellites, Orangemen would bo iae-
t fled In resorting to f-irce. Orango-
m n objected to being dommrt nl by
po'iticians who received foreign money
tor tneir supp-ri.
The Speaker here ra led Mai.
tunderson to order, saying that bis
remaras were irrelevant.
Continuing, Mnj. Saundereon in
dignantly denied tbat he had incited
c vil war.
"Boheillon, not civil war," elnuted
sir. eex on.
Msj. Saunderson reiterated that if
Parliament banded over the Loyalists
to the tender mer ies of the Parnellites
the former would be justified, as a Irst
roeort, in appeauns 1 1 arms.
Mr. Sexton rose to a point of order.
Un asked whether Maj. Saunderson'a
remark" were allowable.
Sir William Vernon Harcourt eup
ported Mr. Sexton.
Lord Randolph (hnrcbill thought
that if Maj Saunderaon's expressioi.s
were oMected to the words ought to
The Spoakerraid he did not think
it necewary tor Mm to lnteitere.
Maj. Saui'derson, in conclaslon.said
ne tiopeu tnnt I tie result of the gov
ornmeut s notion wculd be to teach
Belfast mobs, whether Pro'esant or
Catholic, tbat the law must be obeyed
The debate on tbe address and toe
amendment continued at great leng h
and was at times animated. .
John M' r'ey, late Chief Scetary
iir Ireland, raid ha thought Mr. Satin
dereon's language was that cf a rebel.
He could not say that Saunderson
nureed rebellious tbough's, hut if be
acted in at cordance witn bis words bo
would Btand a mod ebanca of being a
inn o'ra. i uneers I
Mr. Pinkerion, an Irish Protectant,
was proceeding to defend tbe Ca' holies
when Mr. Macartney stigmatized
Pinkertonns a "renegade."
The Speaker cilled npon Macartrey
io wiwuraw me expression. Mae an
Mr. Redmond Nationalist, slid be
wou'd beaorry "to descend to the
depths of Macartney's scurrilous lan
1 lere the Speaker called upon Red
mond to wumiraw tlie exnieBaion.
and warned him not to repeat euch
Redmond withdrew the expreeeion
lie continued, however, to comniont
upon McCanney's words, whereupon
tuo pe8Kr caned npin him to apob
B'Z ! to the House. Kudmond willing
ly obeyed, saying he bad Intended no
Vernon llarcnuit declared that the
Orange pa ty had long been the cure e f
Ireland, it baa kept alive raco and
reli ff'OQS hatreds, and was more harm-
lul Uiau nu the o'her societies to
gether. Cheers As he continued
in a similar strain the Sneaker railed
upon him to keep" to the subject cf
After loud calls for Lord RandolDh
Churchiil, to whicn he made no re
ply, the Speaker put the question, and
Mr. Sexton's amendment was rejected
by a vote of 225 to 128.
Tuo announcement of the rranlt
was received with loud cheers.
Immediately before the division, a
loud altercation aroee between Meters.
Colomb and Tanner, and the Speaker
Old-red huh to appusr bufore the bar
after the diviaion. After tbe result of
Ihs division had been announced, it
was decided that it was needleta for
the House ti interfere any further
with the address. The addreea was
then agreed to without a division.
WANTS TO SSI IRB1.AND HAITI.
The Lord Lieutenant of Ireland in a
speech tonight at Seham, said lis
violdod to nobody in desiro to reo
Ireland happy. He hoped that im
partial action would mit'ifito the dis
sension in Ireland and help to develop
the material resources ol the conntry.
But tbe tlrat mcessity wrs to secure
the foundaiion cf social order and
progress That possibly would bo no-
complMied elowly, but he hoped that
right thiukii g men would give their
rARNBXL AMI) CUURCU1LL
Lord Randolph Churchill will to
morrow ask precedence for the supply
bills. Mr. Farnell has given notice
that he will move the followlrg amend
ments to Lord Rtndoplh Churchill's
motion : The necessity for measures to
ameliorate the anflerirgs ol the people
of Ireland is Ho urgent that the Houss
declines to surrender to tho govern
ment tbe usual facilities enjoyed by
members ol the Hou-e.
nOMC BULK I A.M1-A1C1N.
A number of prominent Radical
member of the Houss of Commons,
with the assistance of the Parneilitee,
have matured a scheme for a vigorona
home role campaign curing the Par
liaTen'ary lexeae by means of pain
pblets, In which the good reuita t-l
self government in tbe colonies will
be teferred to as .increasing their loy
alty, the bittcry of Ireland reviewed,
special stress being laid np.-n tie in
iquitous meaner iu which tns union
w-as affected, and the land question,
eviction horrors, Mr Gladstone's
heme rule policy discussed, etc. Ar
rangements are also beirg made for
a number ol popular rntet.nge.
The C'OBgreuloDHl Uullook Hitch
ell to Be Annihilated.
tSPIOlAL TO TBS AFFaAL.I
Littlb Rock, Ark., September 2.
This c mnty, except tbe Third Ds
trict, is the moet prominent fightirg
ground of the political fictions jnst
now. United 8 a'es Senator J. H.
Berry and James K. Jooes will ad
drees the tovereigrs t-l that part of
Arkansas at Hops tomorrow night,
and news from there tonigbt saya
people are expected- to be pres
ent from every portion of te dietrict
Congresemn Tuoaiae C. McRie ad
Jndxes Williams aid - St. Eiwin
Mitchell, tbe L'epnbiian Candida's
forjudge of the Twentieth Judicial
D strict, will also addreesthn mee inc.
,Ooh object of this mive on the part of
me leauers ot the jremrcrr cv is t i
eternally annihilate Mit:bell. A few
years ago ho was J mine of his dis
trict, rt signing the position ti
r"come an independent candidate
for Conirress air-iust J. K. Jones.
Of course lie was defeated
ihi pells. On the p.'omoiion of
lnzreeBma i Jones to the Sent, a
vacancy ocenrred in the lower II jus
of Conir s, and aiiain .Mitchell en
tered the race as en independent,
"gainst Co1. Thonms C. Mcli-e, the
Dcmociat'O nominee. Col. McKae is
the presnt mpniber from the elistric,
end will eucceed himeolf a', the Ko
vmberehc'ion. Mitche I, ufte-r rel ent
ed eflb'ts to reach Co-igressiooal dis
tiortijn as an indepei dent, knowing
thot h a rehtionsbip to the Democratic
partv was forever gne, hoisted the
straight Repub'ienn 11 tg at the open
ing of the present campaign, and is
now importuning)bie former Ddinocr.it
ic friends t elect him Ju()g9 of the
Twentieth District ovoreucli a tried
pa'r'.ot es Juilge Williams, of Millor
county. He has been holding joint
canvasi with Judge Wi hams
for tome time past, end ;t
is stilted wi 1 be so efiaetnally
covered up with a Waterloo defeat
nxt Monday thut he wi 1 rever bo
hle to show his head atnin, e von es a
Republican cindidat-. Cel. S. W.
Peel will be re tamed t Congress from
the Fifth Dietrict, while Co . Done, in
the First, ha8 piactically no opposi
tion. O R. Breckinridge is opnosed
In the Second Dietri't hyR.ll om
trang Cart Lee, but tho campaign
won't even b tf int ret to Col.
Breckinridge Carl Lie being conbid
erad of litt e coneequence.
A TERRIBLE CRIME.
A Wire Outrnsed lijr Four Men In
the Presence of Her lliiabitod.
Buchanan (Oa.) specia': A most
brotat outrage was commit ed near
Tallapoosa. Mr. Wallsce and his
chihfren were sick and eomo of the
neighbors were sitting up with ihem.
Four mtriicamenp and throw stones
throne i the w ndows. and ehf.
thronith the door twice, fr;ghening
the in-.n away. They tbeo bntered
the doer down and blew the ligh'
oot Tbr e. of them held Mr. al
lace while the-fourth outraged the
veiisj n the presence nf her nek hut-
baitd and children. Ksch of til's four
men outraged her thus. One of th
gu l'y parties has been arrested and
put in jil. Tho Sheriff was requesUd
io put mm in ti e cage, bap he begced
them not to put him in there with
Ni-rrs, the mnrderor. Some one said :
"Yes, put him in there, and put a hoe
in the cage," as Norris was an ex perk
in k'lling people with hoes. There Is
coneidorab.e excitement over the
a U air.
A Henliickr lawyer Ireelinea to
Louisvilis, Kv., August 31. John
S. Rhea, a lawyer of Russell ville. is a
cmdidatef r Congnes in the Third
District, which is now represented bv
John E. Ha'sell. The latter is a can
didate for rt-!h ctinn. and a hot con
test for the Democratic nomination is
In progres. At a recent public meet
ing at Llklon, Rhea, in a speech,
charged one T. F. Hite with certain
electioneering statements In behalf of
Ha'sell. Hue sent Rhea a note ask'
inn nun lor a re rscion, whica was
refused. Hits then sent a chal
lenge io a duel. Upon receipt
of this Mr. Rh.a wrote a rep'y, in
wrjim ne declined to nuiit a duel I r
several reasons. One was became ' he
had no sort of sympathy for the code
that w th deliberate Intent souuht the
shedding of one's own or another's
blood. Another was that the laws
of God and rrai fo-bade it, and the
final reason was that he had one d- -
pendent uiou him f .-r support snd
owed iro'ectian t her, snd that sn
acceptance wouIJ disbsr him from tbe
practice of tie profession he had
adopted as a livelihood, and would
leave hi in without, means of support.
Ncrioua Arrtilent to a New Yorker
ISI'RCUL TO THI ArrlAL.1
Chattanooua, Tbnm.. September 2.
A most shocking accident befell
Tboune J. Barr, a wealthy stock dealer
of New York Guy, in this city tn'ght.
While arrnnuimi for the shlumsnt for
some stock ho was struck by a Cincin
nati boutbo'-n expreis tr.in and his
right leg was so badly manitled as to
necessitate ampntat on. Barr is in a
Iink f.jrn at Clevelieud,
Clbvhlahd, O . Sjptember 2. The
horses of nearly every s'reet c.r line
in the city are affeoied with "pink
ey." t) i envcral roals now running
schednles were made out today, ami
fewer ca8 ai'd s'oner lime is Uvo re
mit. One line bus Bixty-tlv tick
horses in the et'b'e", and the epidem
ic it is feared will be general.
Niilna for the Value of Ilia Wire
CoLfMiirs. O . Sentember 2. Suit
was riled in tbe Common Pleas Court
tiday by li. S. Niswander against
John McBride, Democra'io nominee
for Secretary of State, akina $10,000
damase, alleging tbat McBride has
icnatnl the affections of his wife.
McBiida, in sn interview, denies the
The Hlaht;er Kalrac;Mat
First Lady (to bosom frion:!) Otst
friend MeUuie'is dreadfully extrr vr-
gaot. Do yon know, I found on her
wasnetaud the other day no lewer
than ten toothbriuhes? -
Second Ledv Perfectly ruinous ex
travagant e! One toothbrush for every
tooth she's got? Lt Journal Amutant.
"Oar Ruhr's Flrnt Tear."
y Marion liar land, with ether valua
ble information; forty-el ah t page book.
Sent free on receipt of 2 cent stamp.
Address Rsed Carnrick, Mercantile
Exchwjge Building, New York City.
SEPTEMBER 3, 1886.
THE MTIOMl C1MTIL
HATI05AL BiSKS AND CALLED
THREE PER CEJiTS.
ieeieral Officers Warned against
l'artlclpatios- In Politlcs-Hea-eral
nASHinoTox, Septembe 2. The
goverumrnt ounsel in tt e le'eph no
mumre ousny engeged in pri ar ng
an nuewer io me cemurrr filed vy
Bell Telephoue Compary ;n ihs O -
lumtms case andth.ir brefUpra
iicany complete", ihe arguments
will begin oohe 20th ely ot 8 p em-
uoi puu iui government s cae will be
presented by Mees s Thurman, Low-
ory auij vnnoiler.
National Bank and Bond Bfdemp
Washikotck, Sept-mber 2 - Promi-
n.nl lUlAArD nt 1. . T 1 .- .
mont character ze us unteua1)! the
pos!tion taken by conaii naticnal
banks in maintaining tuat they er
not required by .aw to p'a-e with
otnor honds a ucb of the i) er cent,
bonds forming the b-aii of ti eir cren
lation as may be cal'ed in the de
partment. lo set'le any reaiouabe
oonbt, of this p-iint, however, Ac irg
Secretary Fairchild baa called in tho
Attorney Ueneral fir an opin:on.
SlePhcraon to Nuvcceil Manuluir.
Wahikqton. Sentimher 21. A rn
port has been starteo in 'Pre ntor, N. J.,
thft the President iroposes to aj.
poiiit Srtnat-rr McPhersrn, of Wew Jer
sey, as cecieta'y 1 1 the TieBUy whi n
r. juuuuuig reurts. At ttie lieRury
i liariiiieni ine elhc aid nave r,o
knowledge r.f tbe reioit. At tied
pur meut it ii said there in noin'or-
mationthat Mr. Manning iit nds to
The New Nlnistfr to Btexlro,
V ashinoton, -September 1. Tbe
t'reHHfents appointment rf Jug.
Manning, of Lou -nana, to eucieed
tjen. Jackson a Minister to Mexico,
is anomer genuine surprife. The an-
pointmeiit was wired 10 the State De
partment from tho Ad'rouda-:-. Mr
wiinDingis represented to lj i a verv
uigu-ioneu Louisiana gentleman, r
gard-d in bis b'a'e as a very eminent
Uwyo-. Secretary Bavard is lenorted
to have said that his appointment wi s
not mxdt thr.mgh ao influeLCJ ef
politiclars. Lhtt ).:to-er Mai
ning spent some wbi'e in the city, it
s euppoiod f r the purpo e of being
appoin'ed to sone cflioe. He was a
tta iy visitor at th 8 ate Department,
and usd to spend hou-s tn company
with the Scc otery. Mr. Biya d be
catno very mnch imireeeed with
Judge Mitrnir-e. thoush he krew l-.t
t'e of bim befoie, and si.1 at the time
that he wanted Mr. Manning to be a
merrber of the diplomatic seiviee,
and from that time oi h has had lis
eagle eye npon the Loniiisni statot
mn, but never until now did an op-
po'inuny prwwnt lwer.
tiovernraent B-tlt and Expenol
lurra, WASHlKOTOI,SJltembcl. The fol
lowing is a comparative tatment of
te receipts ar.d expenditures of the
United States for Angus'.
JirerijitirSurcc. Aug., IftSS.
Uustonis 9M,T! 1,670 SO
1 703.T&S 84
InlArnal HeTanua H.tW U.H4 M
,.$32,195,324 29 f28,'4,a-0 75
, $19,534,51 lt
.. 7.7T5.0SS ST
.. 1,599,W7 f5
..828,908,867 03 822,942,625 44
WAsniNGTOif, September 2. The Act
ing Socretiry ol toe Treasury has is
sued a circular calling the a tntimof
ail eflicers and employes rf the Treas
ury Depa talent n tt e Preeident'a or
der of July 14, 1880, wartlii.g the Fed
eral rflict-rs ava'rBt in ereeuco in
polt c. The circular c n ainn ro in-truc-lnrs
er o d jis, f.ut simply ca'ls
artnlon to the Pr'sidenfa 'order,
wliiih is printed therein in full.
AnarchlHt Heeling at Chicago.
CaicAdo, I.L.Septembe- 3.-One
tbonsand or more symra'biz'is with
Sp'os, Parsons and other convic ed an-archi-te
held a me'Jng touisbt to
orctest sgainst ibo verd ct of convic
tion and to take up a coll. c-ion tja d
fu tber efforti to eave their doomed
c mmdes Twenty policemen in cit
'zeus co'hes snd tev. ra' detec'ms
wers pre-ent. Spetk-rs were
ceroful net io txceed what
they thought eufety liniic. One
"ralor propost-il thrnH cheers for Spies.
The chairman rulod t ds nut of order.
The cheers w-re partially give- ,
neverthelees. The larger portinn of
the time was devoted fo denunc ntion
of tho pres fi r its tours? durirg the
late trial. It s iluti 'tis in aecoiMario
with the call tor the meeting WHe
ad lilted. The ciltH.tion amounted
Have used Tongnline in sure fix
cases of neuralgia, b-sides other ner
vous affections, and am piepared to
eay thar, so far as my .experience ex
tends i', is one of fie most reliable
remedies' tliat has ever come into my
poteeaion. J. A. Ward, Troy, Mo.
Sak Francisco, Cal., September 2.
Tho Democra'io State Convention
toay rominsted Jackson Temple of
Santa Rcssi, J. T.Snbivan of Ban Fran
ciBjn and Byron Waters of Sn Ber
nardino t the three ;uaiicies on tho
Supreme Bfncb. Af er an unsure 88
ful ballot for nomination for Goveim r
tbe cony.-ut'nn adj -urned until to
i . .. . Tr ;
rrrtMirf wfth irtrlft rTtin1 to lrttv.PtwiirtiN nd
jv tltriiinosia. IT. rnmn ruatniir niuer wmimiiu"
h, imnuin a I .lnif. A mill r I n rtnl
Ammonlul.lnw1AiHiurrh(Miniit. Ir. rrn't'
Ktu-swUi VuiULt, Luiuua, elo., flavor dclrCiuaiJ.
WOT BAKING POWDm CO. Chfcmp SI Late
W. A. WIIEATIa EY
Real Estate Agent,
AXD U. 8. OMMISSIOEH,
SSI Main, a ar Mndtaon, MemphU,
OEGILL BBOTHEBS & CO
COTTON GINS AND PRESSES,
Steam Engines, Boilers,
ALL SIZKS OJT MAXD.
ENGINEERS' TOOLS, COTTON SCALES.
Hardware & Cutlery
NAPOLEON BILL, MICHABL OAVIS,
LOUIS HANAIIKR, THOMAS HOYLK
LAZAKI'8 LEVY. JOHN W. COCItKAN,
ANPRKW HENKERT, r-OL COLFMAN,
JAMtS S. ROBINSON, WM. KATZENBEROKR,
ur Deposits raoeivad in lama of SI and upward, and interent allowed on nme Semi
annually. aw We buy and fell lneal Inveitment Hnnda and Seonritiei aanerally, paytaxea, art
trustees, and, in teneral, exocute any tininclul buiineis rf'iuirinia (ate aDdrupontib.e
mr We ijiue drafla, In lorn to in'.tpureharen, on all parta of Enrope.
r V have a ootnmodiors Vault for the depoait ol Taluabii-i, which ia at the service o
oar customers, re of cbar;e.
I). P. lAUDO, Presiileat. EWD. (iOLDSMITH, Tfce-Proslilont.
JAMFS BfATH AN. rMhlr.
w sfflafl am
alsa'WI a V V Jf OJ
Nos. 201 and 203 Madison Street, Memphis, Tenu.
KIT Tnrnonl nml Snmpln ;iiriun-l. flood we-eMf, and romit'nii'e? ironipt
ltmaHe. All Cotton lnsurnd while in Trm.i-it and Hteiin. Sacks lurniihed on an
pi cation. We at the "Fntrui ( blunder" and unload a l wagon cotton. Uive us a trial-
Woods & Swoo pe9
Buggies, IVagons and Harness,
NANCE COTTON PRESS,
Steam Engine?, Maehinery or All !se'rf ptJous,
No. 332 SECOND ST
M. C. PEARCE.
Cotton Factors & Commission lilerch'is,
No. 280 FRONT STREET, BIJSJSKPHI S, TEKN.
Coltoii Wwrrhnnisp X. SS and I'nlna trrt.
W.- A. GAGE fc CO.
No. SCO Front fttreet. : IetnililM, Tenn
Ko. 7 MADISON
PAID UP CAPITAL, : : :
. KTZRMURER rnahlor.
I. LGOCHRAN & Co
AW AID rULSIJICkHIIX, VATT.TAU.
Doors. Sash, Blinds. Molding, Lumber.
iatu ana suingies, l loorlng, Celling and Cedar Posts,
WyS TOwAW Y0UR ATTENTION TO OUR LAROK STOCK OF FIHHHEO
aKBLK. We are prepared to furnith new work Irom latest designs on shoit no tioe.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED TO BE FIRST CLASS
In every respect and to rive entire stisfetion.
rSr'h" in"l..wt"" ,n4 reqBe,t
376-37880.382-384-3S6 Second street, south ot (Jayoso.
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Flooring, Ceiling, Sitting, Shing'ing
' WonldlaK.tlathii, cedar Paeia and Plekata.
HIS CLASSES in MUSIC
on the trtt of September. Voice Trainina
and Vnoalisation a ei-eoialti .
Apply at K; Wiismann Jk Co.'s. Feooni
street. r O. K. Houck. Mam atrxt.
KtKSOKLTBr.N. T.-Bnronn the Bill
Mrs. 11. C, Howard. a Wuhinrto:
Park. Rooms large; loi-mon deliahlfel
Convenient to ears to ManhatUn Ueaeh
eoney lfleed, Lont Beaeh nd Central Park
also to Mew Xork places of amuiemsot.
BEST ASSORTMENT OF
J. 0. HANDWEKKBR,
DAVID P. IIADDKN,
JAVES A. OMBl'Rtt,
LOCATED AT FARMDALEP. 0, KKAXIiMM CO.,
eix miles from Frankfort, Ky., opens i2d AnnnsJ Session
S-leiiibor 6, 1H86, under more lay rable auspices than
lor twenty years. The Superintendent and Faculty give un
divided attention during all hours of every day to tha gov
ernment and instruction of the pupils, all of whom are or
ganized Into one family. Before placing your son elsewhere,
send for Catalogue and Clroular of Information to
RORT. . ALI.EN Nnprrlntenclenl.
JOHN L. McCLELLN.
M. H KATZOBERUER. Tlce Pres't
and Second Sts.
u,UMCfv. " ' y S la.
'i 4 It I fa H
r'i Ml J-Mit If mni ri iiliiM(fcHiii li'H1 P
LEE cGs CSO.m
Ndn-Resldent N ot li e.
No. 239, R. D.-In the Chaneery Court" of
Shelby County, Tein. Aana JJcUinniiet
al. vs. John ll. Lenow et al.
It appenrin. from Sheriff's return in this
cause that the defendant, John h. Flippin,
Is not to be found in his county ;
It is therefore ordered, That he make
his appearanre herein, at theoourt-houseia
Memphis, bhelby county, Tenn.. on orbefrra
the first Muty in Ootober, 18d6, and plead,
answer or clem or to complainant's bill, or
the sair.a will be Uken for confessed as to
him ar,d set fr r hearing exparte; and ihat a -copy
f this order be published one a week
for tour successive weeks, in the Memphis
Avpeai. This iid day of September, 1W6.
A copy attest:
S. I. MoDOWELL. Clerk and Master.
By H. F. Walsh, Deputy Clerk and Master.
Craft k Cooper, Sols, for cotBPl't,