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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL FRI DA Y SEPTEMBER 21, 188ff.
FBI DAT, i EVT. 24. 1W8U.
FOR O 0 VERSOR,
ROBERT L. TAILOR, of Washington.
for conn R ESS,
JAMES PIIKLAN, of Shelby.
Tba prfedi in many pars of the coun
try bis cf lti friqaetiily called atten
tion "to the prositss that bas been
maraud tbat is itill goieg an intbia
Btate. - The New Of :eana Timet, a ster
ling and iri1 swaks paper, bad aa
article la it Saturday cctupylig a col
nmnv'and three 4arters.; upon ihe
lime subject, in which It gives well
. merited ciedit to a man whosa en
ergy, industry and public spirit bas
placed Tennessee nnder luting obli
KkUani, and whesj resignation, ai bead
ol the Btate Department of Agricul
ture, is a source of 1 egret to every in
telligent citiasn of Tennessee Coi.
McWhirter. Tbe change that bis
taken place in tbe amount and varitty
ol Tennessee productions and manu
factures is absolutely wonderful. The
Vulue of the pasturn! cjuttioa ol Mid
die , Tenuessee have bean to
well mr.dtf known by Col.
McWMrler, aided by tbe wise
libeia'ity of the laJroaile, thtt time
1883, 7500 familibsot farmers, skilled
mechanics and profe sl inul men have
permanently bi tt'e J in that and other
parts of Hie Hd. Kast TtnuefSbe
until rerentiy regarded s a tort of dis
olntion filled only I t rut'e, si a' tared
sit tiers is tovr becomiug prominent
for its iadustry and enteiprite. Ari
culture bas taken a freeh itart iu tbe
t'tatr. Improved methods and more
varied erjps ae doing wonders.
Farmers bave l ecome more intelligent
aud energetic, and sva'l thems Ives of
, the latest knowlcdgs in cultivation
and stock ra sing. This year's wheat
crop bai increased a fraction ovtr s
million aires, and hns averaged thir
teen bushels an acre against teven
bushels in 1880. Tobarci planting
hai also much increased since 1880,
aggregating full 45,000 aores; 250,000
acres are in grass, producing a ton an
acre; 4,000,OCO bernyard fowls; 20,
000,000 draen eggs; 1,000,000 bushels
of potatoes; 3,000,000 bushels of sweet
. potatoes; orchard products to the
amount of $675,000; garden products,
$312,000; forest products, $5,600,
000; wool, 678,000 fleeces; but
ter, 20,560,000 poundr. Cotton oc
cupies 61,700 acres, bat the av
erage his decreased by 67,800
acre, and tbe crop 30,600 bales, which
is s sign of advance. Koox and Haw
kins countiee, both rich in marble,
shipped barely fifty car loads in 1880;
in 1880 the shipments will reach 1000
. car loads,. Pig iron produced in 1883,
78,000 tons ; in 1880 the weekly rate of
output indicates 328,000 tons, which
is nearly halt of what the whole Bou'h
produoed hi 1830. The products of
cotton, woolen, ice, cotton teed oil
and other mills average more than 100
per cent, per annum more than in
1880. The capital employed in the
State is $2,2M)(C03 greater than in
1882. The commercial and manufac
turing cities have greatly increased in
population since 1830 Knoiville
from 01)39 to 28,000, Chattanooga from
12,802 to 30,000, Nashville from 43,350
to 70,000, Memphis from 33,192 to 75,
000, Jackson from t377 to 10,000. Tbe
development of iron and lumber has
been immense, and the material ac
cessible admiti of very much more
bting done than has yet been accom
plished. The coal product bad
reached in 1885 1.000.0CO tons, and
cake 2(18,425 tons, lhese facts give a
mere sketch, which could be largely
Increased, but it fa sufficient to show
in what rireciion and with what
activity th Pt't is mnvlrg
U'ao-nrir g monopotie'. Tbe farmers I
are uniied in declaring war on a tariff
which favors and eoricbts any one of
several industries, or clasws of per
sonp, and especially the farmer, a? the
expense of any other, or of all others
of equal merit Protection in no form
can be junt'fled on the sccrs of rgit.
The courts have d'clJed that t xes
levUd for any' other purpose than
that c f revenue ii downright rjbbsry,
aud s ill we find Demi era's ready to
commit this robbery by taxing one
industry to enrich another. Potsc-
tion is destined to be consigned (o the
tomb of obsolete ideas.
A DASGEROUS DISEASE 2a$SSwA$ SrdMRS FOR' GLADSTONE
and Gore did the same , Kelly hit to
THAT MUST BE EXTERMINATED
Aid at Whatever Cot-t-The Live
Stock Interests Cannot Be
Jeopardized Any Longer.
THE PI KATE OF SATIOXS.
The condition of affairs in Europe
is extremely critical, and all owing to
the desire o! Eussia ti g'a p (erri'o-y
from its neighbors. This grasping
propensity ii no new thing. Napoleon
at the beginning of the century warned
Eorops against the proclivities of Sta
sia. History is fi led with the exploi's
of men who were to the countries sur
rounding 1 1 em, the people of Rome im
perially, what a pin to at sea is to other
ships with which they come in on
a t Meet couctriea kcow today that
it 1 peaci ful emmerce tbat builds up
a nation, but barbarian Ru i'a hai not
yet lea-ned tba', great Let, and (he
seeks to eggrandiz ) herself by pillaging
tther peoples. A country with fcuch
brutal irst nets should bo treated by
Europe, rs thn pirates are, ai a com
n.oa ei emy. Instead of such a far
sighted course, E inland says it is Aus
tria's place ti lcs'st; Atittia wantj
Germany to psrtfc'pa'o; Germany
snjs the matter does not con
cern her. In the midtt
,( this iirefl ct'.va nilley.
R tests grei on increasing army, and
navy, and fortifications. In the long
run tbe government! that are now
supine will find themselves in danger,
and Russia impenetrable and un
conquerable. Then the map of
Europe will be changed, and who
knows wbat ancient fr'Ute may lose ils
nationality? While in Europj Russia
is hectoring over Bulgaria, threaten
ing Turkey, and dtfylng the different
government s there,it is conquering ter
ritory at tbe sourcej of tbe Oim in Asia,
and is endangering the English pot
swbIoq of India. Let the reader
glance on the map, from the Mediter
ranean, across tbe Black, the Caspian,
up the mountain chains of fmtbest
Afghanistan, and then take in the
vast domain of Bu'sia from the Dan
ube t- the Arctic reg ons of Liberia,
and jadge whither the European
powers are individually safe while
tuch a wl'd, war loving, territory
grasping power is allowed to Increase
iti power year by year? In thraldom
to the eplrit of the dik
agw, Russia is a standirg
menace tothe world's clvilaton.
Like all nationalities of similar pro
clivitles, Buesia pays no regard to
treaties or eng'gements that it does
no su't her policy to keep.' ' After the
Crimean war she bound hereelf to put
no war sh'ps on the Black sea; while
Europe was convulred by the German
French war she declared she would
not regard the obligation, and her war
ships are on the Black sea today.
When the Berlin treaty was made she
ogagi d to keep Batoum an open port
to tba world's comtrerce; a few
months t go she eloaed it. When are
her aggressions to end? When will
ber ambition become sali fi'd? Re
minded of the fact we haveg'anced at,
the reader can feel lomething of the
Impoit of what is going on in tbe
Balkans just across the Black sea
from the Ruesian shore and tbui
learn the value of even apparently
trivial events that are transpiring
there. The power that stooped to kid
nap King Alexander means mi; chief,
CmcAO?, Ill, SepUmbfr 23. Tbe
State Live S:ock Commissi' n held a
long meeting with closed dcorsth s
af t rnot n td evening, and dieens ed
the disuo'it:oa of tbe dttle affected
with pleurO'pntumorjia id the Coica-
go distilleries Gov. Ojl"sby, Ato -ney-General
Hunt aud Dr. Riurh, of
the btate Board ol Jlealtb. tick part
in tbe proceeding'. Veterinarians Sal
mon, Case well, Hughe, Baker, Mur
ray, Atkinson, and me lo are Bt ue Vet
tmatiau were prtsent. J. a. Shr-
man, president of ti e Live S'.ock Ex
chanite, Elmer Washburn, and thi
Exchange's attorney, Mr. Coy, a'so at
tendnd tne s ssion. Toe latter three
geniemen admitted tbat whether the
silkies i wrs contanions pleurr-pneu
monia, as tbe v ttrinarians bad all de
cide d, or something else, it was un
doubtedly a dan cere us diiea-e, and
one that should be exterminated at
alt hczardp. They agree with tbe
Board, and the veteriner aos say tbit
tbe only ta'e th:ng t do wou'd b to
destroy all tbe animtila tint
had been exposed or we e aQVctei1.
It was propose 1 th.t a pos -
mortem era n nitlon of each f nunal
should bi beld, and lhat thow foutd
to bj hual'hy htiould be to d t r bte'.
Trie represuntdtivee in m tho s'.ock
yards eirei u mbly opposi d this propo
sition, iney said thev could rot al
low the expo ed c it tie t) be pl'ccd on
tbe market eitbe on the tin t or aa
beef. Tbe live s ojk iHer.-itrt of tbe
Wett were too ireat and niJesprrad
t) be so jeopard zed. lii.nnrs would
sum ba cast ab o.td tbat diseased meat
w s offered f r sle in OMciho. The
l.utO'n and foreign trade would sure
ly sillier: Canne s vroald not dare to
handle the b.'ef. as a larse cartel
th"ir trade wan with foreign countrits,
aid biy would not t-ke tte risk i f
having edic'a issued by rther natrons
i roiiiuittng tns impoitntion of Aroer,
can canned beef. The rale of the
healthy carcas es might also give an
p ortunitv for the d ebase to soread
aud bee ime a standinir menace to the
great c title In eres s cf the Wett
During the discuss on it ai devel
opea toai snouid tie auuu cattle now
under quarai tine be s a ghtertd and
eitner cremated or sent 10 tbe render
ing esUblishmnnts the expense would
proDiDiy reacft fli'O.OOC. An uddi
tionai $U,(X)0 wculd be required to
r splice tbe sheds, tf burred. Toe ver
this cutlay if $160,000 thra is on y
avaiiaoie an apuroiriatiou ol J4,IX)U.
Gov. Oglesby stated tbat the sum in
hand cou'd he exbeu-ttd and tbat be
felt confident the balance ould be de
pended on from the next Legislature,
It waa flaally decided tbat U tbe
catt'e now qua antlned in tbe Pbccnix
aud the Shufeldt distilleries, number
ina 2000 held, should be slaughtered
Tbe b ard was in doobt whether there
areanv cases of pleuro-pneumonia in
rneuntcag) and umpire diatillerie
Dutitwes determined tuat it on ex
amination by member j tomorrow there
stiall nrova a sinele case uf ton di-teafe
in either, all the animals exposed will
iu siaugaieren. vnen ttie conier-
ence closed Chairman Pea son Bilil:
"Pest mortem examinations will be
he'd noon the anima's s'aneh'ered'
and ' all the well cattle will be ap
praie d. ' It is ee imnt d that the aver
age uppraisement value will be $33
pr head. It is not yt decided
whether the ca,cassiNi of the well cat-
tl-twill beso'doo the markets or to
tin rendd-irg establishment. Dr. Pal
tnon a-surus us tkt the Na
t onal Government will c .ntributfi to
ward compensating tbe owner. Con-
urusi will be obliged, however, to pass
a law permitting su h appropriation,
as ttiere is no appropriation ir.rm tbe
government except for slaughtering
animals in o.ntes hhvlog no authority
to slaughter tnem."
Junlap, wuo tbrew Fiynn ont at the
plate; on a wild pitch Gora scored;
Ara n routed u .; wiener took fl ston
talis; Ihomps m etrcck tut.
BhVentb Bt dwintippjdcu'; Ktlly
hurt fcu hand tiying to a op a tu t
ful, but kept at work; Richar'son
etrmk out; Brnuthen cut at fir ;
r.yau ouened witti a Bluir'e: JJuuln
mflM a ramLtlr.l.lii f.af.h if i 'hmnn
hit, filliror down but t.oidlr g the b ill.
Clouds tiadbwn gteriog foreoma
tim, at d at this roin-tbe gane a
calltd on accnuutof da-knes-. Power's
work was terv fair todav. S.ore at
the end of aiitb:
Detroit 0 0 3 0 3 0-8
Uh cif o 0 0 0 0 1 12
Kircel rnni Dtroit. 3. Ba a hits
l;troi 7: Chogo, 6. Errors
Detroit. S: Lticino. 5 Two base hit
ioomps-ji. Toies bate hit
Toomp'oPj Broathere, Manning, Bald-
nn. wild n icbes-iJ dlwin. 2:
C a kson, ). I ii st base on balls De
troit, 2; Chicago, 2. First base n
errort Chicago, 1. Strock out-By
Baldwin, 7, ty U a'k-inn, 4. JJ .utj e
P'ajs-Go e and Kelly. Umpire
PblladrlpliU. Si WMblUBfon. 1.
PutLADKLPUia. Pa.. September 23.
The Pnila-lrlohia detnated th Wtah-
iojtm club today by euoerior finding,
as ine oattln; was aoout equ ii.
PniladelphU 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 13
WtStillJK on U 1UUUUU0 0-1
St. t.onir, 3; Hanana 117, S.
Sr. Lorn. Mo.. Sentemhc 23.
tiu nri lost tbs tame f jr .ihe MaiO' na
tody to Kanfif s City on bij very wild
iniowina in me sevuntn luiui sr. allow-
iug Rtilford to score t'.e whai proved
t)b winning run. Liliiebad re ched
flrfctou hia bit tolelt. Ridf :rd Lit to
Kiri y. who thr.iw to Qainn in tims to
catcu litllie a', second, anil In li nen s
at empt to make -a double ploy, he
threw ine ca t tniougu iha opening
near tte grani Btr.nd; and before Mc-
K'lioou co .Id ar.it it Ricford sored.
Tim game should bave bona tie in
tVsinnn g. GI88 conk was th only
one oi na jiarouna r.Die to nit wni:-
ney efFcctivelv. He pi ched excel
lently, while Kuby was hit freely at
'ime. iso rp 'Rial reatu-es.
HK Louis.; 0 00001 10 0-2
Kansas City 2 00000100-3
Melrop litnnt, 13; Loalsvillr, 3.
Nxw Yobk. fieptpmber 23. The
Mo'ropolit-n and Louiaville club)
played at Bt-iten Island today. The
Iniians ou piayed (heir opponents at
every point wuh etse. Tbe game was
caiie 1 at the end ot the sixth inning
o al ow the clubs time to catch a
train for tho Wes
Metropolitan 3 1 0 4 4 012
Lusville 0 1 0 0 0 23
Broebljn, 3; Pli tabors;, S.
Nxw York. September 23. -The
B onklyn nd Pitisbu g rlubs played
at r, aelnre on rark, liror-klyo, tcday.
Afenaaoce zouu. ine same was well
contested bi d interesting in cp ts of
trie one-elded score.
Brpoklyrs '0 0 T O 0 0 1 0 02
iitflburg ."..Z 0 0 3 0 1 2 0 8
Alblellci. lni Ml. l.onl. a.
Aia tnewsraaae nts reappea'ance wltb
ine Ainietios trrtay, and succeeded in
nqitiing ine cnnmptons down to six
hit-, whil- Hudson was knocked all
over tbe field, pmicularlv in tbe sev
enth inning.when the Athletics earned
sven of the nlnV'ftl le ecord. Mc-
Garr'4 hdcoe run hit wps teally on'y
go d for two bases, bnt Welch delib
erately waited after Ihe ball, enabling
the batter to go all 'he way round. He
mas roundly tnssed by the specta'r r..
Ihe same was called at the end of the
eighth inning on account of da knees.
Score : .
Athleiic. 0 2 4 0 0 0 9 0-15
St. Lou B 2 000030 16
ifOH THE CITIES OF CORK,
WATER r'OKl) AD LIMERICK.
me Ilritf CtblHet and I lh Af
fairs - Bismarck's Polity Towa d
THK TO t'B Or 111 B UKHOC'RaCT.
The pro ective tariff Democrats a e
few in number, but they are noisy.
Their tew. pipers are rare end scanty,
outride ot the R .'public m organs, but
, these few make up in seal what th y
lack in quanti y. They quote lovingly
f.om each ther and the earns editori
als turn up with the regu ariiy of the
links to an en Hess obala pump.
Wov.s are veotrilcqu's s, an! a
dcxen impreaes tbe bela'ed tiave'er
with tbe belief that he is surrounded
by all tho w.dves of the wilderness.
But the t.ulh is the Democratis party
is m ire nea'ly united in opposition to
tbe piiociple of a protective tariff
than ar.y other lending feature of tbe
Republican party. Since March laet
aarjv every 'Ut In' jbeUpion hi s
ieia fyiJcmocuVe Hist Otmveution,
and with one ortrwo eic.-ptiiuc, there
has t eon i o trimming, rquivocati mor
evasi n. The Deinoc acy of Wiscon
sin wrs :be lant to hoi 1 a State con
veilioi a d they resolved:
Tl at i.bo reduction of th ta'tfT to a
n-vc-i tic is is a a d rial principle
of th..- 1) mc cr itic pa-.y, ai d ti a'
t n oin eis i f tbe present Hun-e
ol liepr. i cut, tires, eeleited an D -mo-criits
w t.o v to I na;n.t conadeiing a
b II f ir t e redti t.on of tarill' d 'sirve
to r c i nit oa in IXiu.ocratic councils.
Tho Dcu.ocrats of other SUtea may
not h-v-i ti-cn hi emphatic in di
notimitiK ti e renognds who voted
ariin t m nsidoricg a bill for there
duc;:o:i . f the lrgh protective tariff.
But they l ava beoa equally na em
j1 a in iu demandingata iffrduc?d to
a revenue hasis-a turifl levied eolely
t) p thi expenses of the govt rnmetit
rconon.ii'tily admiuiBtered. W.ire we
to t arihf. r to tbe columns of tl o Ap
pkal fie r.eo'ution of each Dcmncr itic
St te Coav 'ulioa on tbe tar.ff iju b
tio i ilis naier would le turr thed to
eee hoa- una limoui ths D.'mcratic
jiar y n 'or a revenue taiiff only. The
gieit "(i' icnl ural iuterest of the loun
try, wi.icb is taxed at every turn,, in
cvcry:!.'"g they cont-ucne, w th n icr
res' o:: il'n,' offsets on anythidg thiy
pr 'due , aw determined 'obt laaed no
longer '. - ibs benefit of th) rich mat.-
THK IIOH. JOIIIf L.T. HNKED AND
Ihe. Demooratie County Conven
tion yeetsrdvy, in no unoi rla'n voice,
unanimously indorssd the candidacy
of the Hon. John L T. Saeed for the
United Sta'es Senate, and ini true ted
the mombera from this county "to give
their bis', effoiti to secure his elec
tion." When a candidate enters a po
litical contest for any office with the
cordial, hearty and enthusiastic in
doreement of his neighbors who have
known him long and intimately, the
victory Is Lalf won. Judge Sneed has
been given tbli armament for tbe con
t etou which be baa entered and thus
fortified he will make a gallant flirht.
The univertal feeling is tbat tbe high
est service which the Demc
cra'ic membjrsot Shelby county can
roidef ' the " State is to present
thename of Jots L. T. Sneed as their
candidate for Senator, backed by the
unanimous choice of the whole body
of the peip'e of 8h?lby cjunty. Tbe
Damocraryof Tennessee needs to be
represented in the Uuitad S a tea Sju
ate for ths next six years By its best
intolliget c aud laigost public experi
ence, and they will bave both in Judge
Sneed. The Deuiomcy of Shelby
p eser.t him ai tboir candidate a
Democrat rf unblemished character,
long aud faithful service, and who has
the ability to rehct honor upon him
self and his State.
Arrralrd ror ( ollUtoa.
Kanss Citv, Mo., September 23.
David C. Jamison, tbe operator at
UrevnUtld, Mo., whose care'eseness
caused tbe freight train collision yes
terday, bas been arrested.
Roms, Seitember 23.-In all Italy
biuc$ last r, pirt 25 peraons died from
ctit lera and 23 new cases reported.
Viknna, Si-ptember 23. Anstrian
rho era returcs: Trieste, 4 new casts.
i imam; i-es h, y new caee, It)
deatln. In all other infected dis'ricta
new earea, 2 deaths.
Budapkbt, September 23. Cholera
baa broken out among the soldierB in
the central birracks here and a gen
eral flight from tbe city of the wealth
ier inba'ii ants bas begun.
Li IU Rock Pulling nm kin.
laeacui, to ths appul I
Littls Kock, Ark., 8-tpUml)er 23.
t he secood and laet aams of bail be
ta een the issxiation nine of Little
R ck and the Atble'ica of H(t
Springs was pleyed this afternoon,
and resulted lo t 0 ia favor ot Li tie
Kick. Tomorrow s game bas been
abindoned. Itis pro pored to play tbe
best nme in tbe Memphis Aasociat on
en ths groucds here next
Drlroil Defeati Ihe Champions,
Dbtboit, Mich., September 23. The
pieiponed game ol Xue.-dvy was a i
uouuctd to be plaved this afternoon
but for a lime in tbe morning it seemed
mat t e weitner would interfere,
lli.wever, toon alter noon it b gin to
char off. and when the c ubs came on
he fie d to practice tbe sun was shin
ing origbtiy. However, not more than
500 people were prer enr. Hardie will
play third fjr tbe Chicagos owing to
Burns's irinry yesterday. The batter
ies are Clarkson and Kelly for Chicsgo
aua uaiawin and Uaoeel tor tbe X)e
Ween tbe game was called less than
1000 people were present, Detroit
went to bat.
First innina Richardson knrckod
high fly to Gore; Williamson made
a magnificent one-hand catch of
llroutberas hit. and Manning, who
pUys,. In Rowes place, . died at fire,
iioie went out cn a foul ; Kelly reach
ed n 'at on Hanlon's 'muB, but wsm
put out trying to. steal: secood, and.
Anson was called out on et:ike. No
Second Thompson bit to right for
two las s; Duulsp went out t firet;
White hit to Gere, who threw Thomp
son out at the p at". Pftfler hit safe,
but was thruwu out at second; Will
iamson was given a base on balls;
Ryan bit safe; Williamson was thrown
out at third and Dunlap threw Clark
eon out at first. No runs.
Third Hanlon flw to Gnre; Gac
scl weiit to first on balls, aud Baldwin
followed in like manner; on William
son's muff of a thrown ba'l both were
advanced a base; Richardson struck
out ;Brou:herss three baee bit brought
in two runs; anctner in on Manning's
triple; Thompson out at first: Ilurdie
struck cut; Fiynn did likewise, as
also d d Gore. Detroit 3, Chieajro 0.
fourth Dunlap tiew to Gore;
White out at fl et; Hanlon struck out;
Kelly Hew to Rirhards-n ; Anson
Struck our ; ricffer ont at ll;s
Fifth Umpire Powera took position
behind Claikson and annruiuud his
decision from that place; Ganzl out
atfiiet; Baldwin nit for three bass
and scored on Richardson's bit, the
latter scoring on Brouthers's bit : Man
ning (orced Brouthers out and made
ti e tircuit on two wild throws by Wil
liamson and Kelly; Dunlap lonled
out. Williamson bit safe; Ryan tiew
to Thorn peon and Williamson scored,
having r ached third on a wild pitch;
Ciarkson out at first, wd Hardie struck
ouiQ-n nite went out irom rieuer
Baltimore, S tlnclnnnil, S.
Bltimobk, Md. September 23
Three runs had been scored by ea :h
of the clubs up to the reventh Jnnine
t;day, when darkness compelled them
to stop playing. Good fiehline was
done ty huh team, but the batting
was wnak and the game was not par
ticularly interesting;. Today's game
ended the championship season in
Baltimore 3000000 3
Oiuc;nia".. 0000300 3
SALE OF DlVYEB BROS.' HORSES.
LOHOOS. SflltamW 9.1 T.-ml Ran
dolph Choruhill will epe ak a' Br d
fo d on October 24tii. He will leave
f )' a t'iD On thn c minnnt nn Or" nhor
4 h, returning to England a fortnigit
Tba Null Kmt lbs Encllah Prlneea.
CoK8TATiMOPLa. Shi tfta.hcr 23.
The Su'aa today gaveaudieice to tbe
DuteofE ii-burgnaud PrinceGeiwe,
of Waits. He received hia visitors
moat cordially, and conferred upon
hoth th Oecorntion of tha Tmr.erial
Order of Osouni-. I ia reportnd ihat
tneCsarwitch is about tu yis:t tae
odlfflng II to Alillade Toward
Viisha. September 23 Onnut Kl-
noky will go to Petta tomorrow to
p enure tbe budget fcr tbe dtlta h ds
andti confer w.th Premier Tisraii
reg ir d to Hung4ia i iuterpel'a i jus o.i
tho Balkan quett on. The Austiun
Cabinet Miufsters will meet the Hun
tarin C'bin"t Mini tera st Peithtc
txo ro to dieiu s Questions to be
eubmittcd to the Cel. gatione , and the'r
dec s or.B will he imparted to te
Erareio, who will then fix a date fr
the iitsemb ing f the del gitioi s. I
it repontd that in t'eferc-nce to Ilnr-
gatl-n opinion Pnt.ee Biemsrck l
midifyiug hia attitude to vard R'.is ia.
To Receive tho Frrrdoin or Three
Irlfth till. a.
Limeeicx, Sfpt-mber . J3. At n
o;eetirg o! the mui.ic'pal cu .hciic.ei
today a letter froa Mr. Gladstone wfs
re.1 with reference to the Coundi's
dec'sion to confer ucon him the frea
r!om of the eitv. Ihe authoii iei of
Cork and Watnf rl ncent y reeolved
iob?etiw a s'miar lonor on Mr.
G'adstrne. a:,d he asks tne Limerick
Council to arraDse with tbe Councils
of Cor' and WatiT'ord for a j lint pre-
senratian of the freedom ot thtir re.
Si ecu ve cities.
Taken to tba Mllitarjr Ptlton.
Madrio, September 23. Gen. Villi
campa arrived h re today aud wa
taken to tbe mi i ary oris n. Th
Q'jeen has undertaken io educate the
eo'.s cf G-c. Ve!ar.p, who wes sh'
by the rebels. The Projrm, Z willa's
o gan, announces ttat tne puulicmuin
cf ttat sheet will be suspend d for a
s';o t time in cinsequxnte of tbe
gravity of tbe pohtical situation. Two
Republican editois have been im
Irish a flairs.
London, Pep'ember 23. A commit
lee ol the Cabinet, consisting of Lord
Sa'i bury, Lord fia'dolph Churchill,
Br Alicliael Uicxi-Birach, Mr. M,t
thews and Mr. Smith, d scussed ihe
Irish question for two hours. Unless
tome unforeseen necesnty an-es the
Uactcet will not meet again for eev
era i weeks. Sir Mioba-1 Hicka-Beach
will b art for Ireland early next week.
Uiadttme will receive tne Irish depu
ta ion at II warden ou Oc ober 4th.
Tho Bulanrlnai Q neatlon la Hnainrj
PmiTH, f-'eptember 23. In the Hu i
paian Ubnmber rf Deputies Cout
Apponyi interpolated the government
concerning tbe attitude ot Austro
Hungaiy on tho Fulgariaa Question.
He declared that Anetnan u.tereete
did no' admit cf a one sided ex'en-
sion to influence any particular cower
in tbe .Balkans, and raid be wiehed to
know whether Austrian interests per
mitted Russia, tliroti h her spicial
comonsitoner, uen. KauiDars, to in
tertire In the mtomal, or even judi
cial, aniirs ni iiuigana. "it is evi
dent, added Count Apponyi, "that
Uermany supp?rta Kujsib hiss there
been any cuustqoent rhargs in the
Aostro-uerman ainancer '
Riot iu I ounrellua With Evictions
DoBMN. S iptemher 23. A body of
Galway police male severrlarreets in
Pertumma today in connection with
thi evii.tions gomg on tere. A m b
col ei ted and attempted to r ecue the
prisonerp, attackiog tbe police with
itinrs. Tne police charged upon the
mob with drawn batons, wounding
several peraons severely. Four tf the
r otere vteie arres'ed.
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SED FOR CIRCULARS AXI) PRICES.
-En x1 x 3-ST 3-
ALL SIZES RUBBER AKD XEATHEIL
ORGILL BROTHERS & CO.
SUGGS & PETTIT
GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS
And Commission Merchants,
2CO and 262 Front Kt., Jeniphis, Tenn.
Ponlieo Brlna-a the Ilithett Prior,
VI lib Eaqnlre Seoond,
GaAvacsNo. L. I . September 23.
Theealo of bonus belouging tothe
Dwyer Bros, took place here today.
The horses sold, tbe p'ioea paid and
the Lurr.hr8-rs were as f lllows: Rich
mond. $250. R. C. Roth: Lsnoi.
fliu, j. u.ctciiuiu, ot lirxnklvn; 1'on-
tico. 255(1, Femont stabl s: Bank
rupt, 11000, Dave Campbell ; Portland,
iuou, n. uit urn-, Brighton; Bramble
ton, $1200, J. 13l0 an, Brooklyn; Buf-
fao, $7t0, M. N. Nolan. Albany:
Quincy, $'60, L. Martin, Mobile;
ueiievue, jjijoil m. j. Daly ; Rounds
mao,700, H J. Woodford, Brightm;
Falsehood, $650. F. J. Dionev. Par-
Ville. 1 1. : Fulton. t!3oO. L. N. No.
Ut, Albany; Harlem, $150, L. Mirtin:
Esquire, $2400, K. N. Newton; Hindoo
colt, jr40, 8. B. Brys-n; Virgil colt,
jio, James Macixj Jiuingis, '250, T.
Connors, and Drake Carter, $100, J.
JEX-PBESIDO i ARTHUR'S
naln Rolibir Batter Vot Wone-
WlllKllln to Hii-m Vark "
''' - -.m i it --- ' ') tloa gnaraitee fund haa bcoa.iullvJ
York, September ; 2.1 Ex- subscribed. , ' - i I --'' q
Pi Bte, September 23 The circula
tion of ihe Palrit has been forbiddtn
in Aleace-Lorraine, beiiaureof tt at pa
per's ilhisTct-d comments on Emperor
v imam's visit there, lores iTcncn-
men have been expelled from M-tz.
Clang- of Swindlers Captured.
London. September 23. The lender
of a company of German swirdlers
has bieu captured in liambnrg by
London t'etectiver. The sums real
ised by the swindling operations cf
the gaog are said to amount to 1 500,-000faocs.
Under Marcnlna Ordera.
Berlin. Septrmbar 23. The lot-
ti:ht Ztitung eats that Gen. Gourko
bas ordered eaoo brigade in Warsaw,
Gourland and Livonia to bo d iue-f iu
readiness to s art fo the south at a
day's notice; al o, that! each bradi
bas been instructed to bava four caa-
nons ready for tranFpnrta'lop.
London, September 23 Thos. Web-
H;er,..'he art at, ia dead... . , . j
PaBis.fiepembvr 2i-Tlid exUM-
President Arthur bas decided to leave
New London. He still return to New
York on Mcnday and ocenpy bis
houss on Lexington avenue this win
ter, bhermen W. Knevals spent Sun
day with him at New Loudon. He
lays tbat the Generl's health co. s not
show any improvement, neittiur can
he be cons'dnred any w rsi than
when be left New lork. He :'s cer
tainly thinner, and is confined to bis
chair Ihe greater part of the time, but
bis appearance would not lead a
stranger to think bim an extremely
sick man. 1 1 is skin is (resri and ney
as ever, lie no longer sutlers from
insomnia, hia appetite is only occa
sionally capricious, and be isbiiht
and cneertul. tie takes a lively inter
est not only in his own personal af
fairs, but in all tbe public questions of
the aay. It is not expenied th t he
ran ergafce actively iu Lublueas this
from the MsnV.a llnnlial.
Cm or Msitco, September, ' 3
Congress has appointed a comm's.on
to study the silver quest on. A spe
cial committee has been ippo uted by
Congrers to study tie question i.f
how to replace iheS ate ctuton s ttritr
with a system Uss burdensome ti
commerce, and which still i rovo
equally advantageous to the revenues
ol the several etatea.
The Chamber of Deputies has ap
proved its settlement if tbe Englith
Sofia, Seo'emb'r 23 The Rursian
agent has withdrawn from deposit heie
the entire funds of the agency, Amount
ing to upwarl of 1,000,000 franc.
Bkbmn. Settaniber 23. The Crown
Princess has dee'ded to bec ime the
Satrone s nf the lij.lin Association of
ritish and American Governesses.
London. September 3. French and
German b nkers have telerdphed to
S ii) that the ar willing to ad
vance a loan to the Bulgarian govern
Sofia, September 23 The givsrn-
meut baa sent Madjid Pasha, tbe
Turkish tfe'egste to Constantinople,
to ask Turkey to intervene if Ruseia
Paris. Sotemlinr 23. Franca has
restored to King Norodom the entire
administration of a flairs in Cambadia
except the control of tiie opium mo
nopoly and customs.
BkKLiN, September 23. The etee--
sgt rate war between . the Atlantic
fit-nniahin companies is About to be
brought to a close. 'J he lines partici
ra'ing t ave ariaged a ba-is for agree
ment. Bkrlin, S'p'ember23. King! WiU
latn ia.( xyx t d to airive hern f r in
fa ;en l e fir t week in 0 tobe.r, whtn
he will reieW s vlt t fiom Prince
Iti gonr Lnitpold. This w',11 ba the
11 at ofli. inl visit of the Bnvaiim ruler
ei c tho unification ot te German
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AND COMJfllSSIOBT MERIIATT.
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124 and 12G POPLAR STREET. MEMPHIS.
(MC'IENSOBS TO S. 1. LEI), JOBBEBS OF
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278 Main Street. Opp. Court Kqnare, MeniphiB,Tenn.
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364 FRONT STREET. MEMPHIS. TEVN-
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OPEN Til E EXTIRE 1 EAR.
Till rnurae ofatudvii extended, thoroush
and prantioal, ari'mriintt superior fR0il
ties To-ohtainina alound binin.-n education
Kor Catalogue call at the schoolroom of
addran T. A- LKDUiN. lnipal.
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terrhaso Certificate. No. 98 1, r trmhars:
Masonie Tempi 8teek, Issued to K. W. tihel
ton, april 11, 1874. a II has been Inst or mis
id, and I have ana led tor a duplicate,
i B. U. 8USLXUN. Administrator.
J. P. IIOLST & BRO.
(sDCCEaW8 TO O. H. OOL8T A BBO.
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A FULL ana eea.nl.te stork of Wood ant
Mla!l'o vJves and CMik.ta. ClothHJoT
ered Casketatni Unr'al Koba always oil
ina. u"ii?pari ht t.iecrapn prompt
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