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MEMPHIS. TEX THURSDAY NOVEMBER 1, 1SS6.
VOL. XLVI--NO. 25 s
Thr Jackson icsndal, the particulars
of which we Dublieh on the third
page, carries lecsoa with it that
should not be lost upon religious
bodies and congregation. The min
ister Hinkle, whom Mrs. Newman
charses with ber seduclion and
rain, oar special states, was im
ported into this State with grave
charges of a similar character hanging
over him. Such a man should not be
employed In an office toeacrtd as that
of the ministry, which invites the con
fidence of men acd women, as many
believe, with the voice of God. A
min!ster with a besmirched reputation
is like a woman marked with the
brand of ruin. He has forfeited
all title to the confldence.'of the people,
and should step down and out as un
worthy of exalted tUtion and sacred
trust. Hinkle should at once be pre
sented to the Standing Committee of
the Diocese and to the Bishop with a
view to bis removal from the office of
the ministry forever.
FROM STATES HOLDIXG ELEC
TIONS ON TUESDAY.
Frank Hard's Defeat fa the Toledo
District Explained The Cloie
Tote In Massachusetts.
Tax election of the Democratic
t!cket in this county on Tuesday last
by so decisive a majority is most grat
ifying alike to the party and the nom
inees. It was achieved by but little
effort, and in the tee'.h of a seeming
indifference on the part of the great
majority of the people, and is all the
more to be prized on that account.
It is plain proof that with the right
kind of men the Democratic party
may always be sure of Shelby county.
The members elect of the Legislature
are, nearly all of them, men of some
experience in the public service and
can easilv be depended on to
tpecial attention to the af-
of the District, which will
the most part claim their
care. The budget, an amendment to
the Taxing Dislrlct charter restoring
to us the name of Memphis, a Water
Works act, and another for the exten
sion of the District limits, and still
another for the sale of the City Hospi
tal grounds or for for their conveyance
to the city in fee simple for tbe
purposes of a public park, are
among tbe questions that will engage
their attention. Memphis is growing
rapidly, and needs legislation to help
in her development and looking to her
possible growth in tbe future. We
want liberal legislation, that will en
courage settlement and growth
ana invite capital and mechani
cal and manufacturing entemrices.
Important as is the work of Congress,
it is not an eignin as much so to as as
that of tbe Slate Legislature, whose
laws reach to every man a pocket and
touch every intereet. Meters. Clapp,
ljnn, Monteaonicj, mrreli, Allen
and Davis have hard work before
taem and a progressive people to
please, who will watch every move
ment they make with the personal in
terests of citizens whose jmmediate
eervau'.n umy are.
The whole Democratic party of the
country will regret to learn that
Speaker Carliele has been defeated of
re-election in the Bixth Kentucky Con
gretsional D.'strkt. No man in either
branch of Congress was so well
equipped for the duties of legislation
as ne. a aeatous Democrat, he was
a fearless defender of the history and
principles of the party, and an espe
cial champion of the free trade doc
trine tnai aiEunguisues it in eo
marked a degree from the Republican
and antecedent parties. Mr. Carlisle
is in the best sense of the term a
statesman. No man in the Senate
or House has approached the contid
eration of great questions of public
' policy with the Fame high sense of re-
Bpons;bility, or the fame single hearted
determination to subserve the beet in
terests of the whole pttople. The fun
damental principles of our form of g ,v
eminent that are so generally ignored
by public men were his guides, and he
consequently always spoke as a man
fresh from the people, by whose con
sent the government exists. It is be
cause be thus adhered to the higher
law, the reserved rights of the people,
so sacredly guarded by the Consti
tution, that he has been stricken down
by the power that, with the counte
nance and consent of the Republican
parly, has been robbing the people
and fattening ,by means of class legis
lation. The monopolists have
thus "shown their hand." They
have defeated Carlisle, th pure
and exalted public man, to
whom law is supreme, and they
have defeated Morrison, whose sturdy
and persistent advocacy of free trade
made Lisa the leader of the House
and the very personification of the peo
ple's will in opposition to the selfish
and destructive legislation of the monopoly-conserving
Reaching out after Carlisle in Ken
tucky and Morrison, of Illinois, they
defeated Frank Hurd, of Ohio, by the
way, and attempted tbe destruction of
8pringer of Illinois, another noted
tree trader. Is not a wr se offansive
an invitation to destruction? With the
instructive fijjares of Henry George's
yum iu view, ooes it no: seem a very
access of foolishness for a class fat
tened by unconstitutional legislation
thus to invite the extreme of legisla
tion according to the Democratic doc
, trine of free trade ? But that aside for
the present, tbe fact stares us in the
face, and is mot unwelcome, that the
Democratic party is to lose the serv
ices in the House of Carlisle and Mor
rison, the one the Speaker, shaping
legislation by his committee appoint
ment", and the other the leader upon
the floor, steadily defending that
Democratic doctrine that, nearest to
the genius of the Constitution,
has survived the perils of so many
years and changes. Whatever the
gains in numbers, they cannot make
up for a loss so serious, tbey cannot
console the country for the silence
thns put upon two of its ablest public
men and most tealons and industrious
public servants. The defeat of Car
lisle and Morrison is a blow that will
be most seriously felt in even part of
Hard will Retire
Toledo, 0., November 3. The ma
jority of Romeis in the Tenth Ohio
Congressional District will be about
1500. Frank Hurd a'cep's his defeat
gracefully, and loft today for the min
eral spring) at Mt. Clemens, Mich., as
he is tufleriog from a rheumatic at
tack. From there he goes to New
York. He admitted to a reporter to
day that bis crushing defeat closes his
political career in Toledo, and inti
mated that he might in the fut
ure try for a Congressional
nomination in a New York
Cilv dis ricr. Hurd has been
eight successive times the Democratic
rand data lor Congress in the Toledo
District, and tag been three times
elected. Beginniog with dofea', he
has been successful every alternate
time until tbe present election, His
political methods have been calcu
lated to punish those of his own party
who oppoatd him, and this has bred
as eadily crowing opposition, which
at this election grew eo great that
it gave Romeis, his opponent,
a majority of 1500, in a district which
yesterday gave a majority fully as
large for tbe Democratic State ticket.
There has been too a decline in ex
treme free trade views Bmong the vot
ers oi this district, and tn s lasting
was so marked that Hurd, inacim-
paign speech iu this city last Saturday
nignr, disclaimed ultra views and
planted hfmcell ranarelv en the tarill
plank of the Democratic State platform,
which declares for a revenue sumctent
for the needs of the government,
economically administered, The pro
tectionist Democrats, however, put no
faith in thi, pointing to the fact that
Hurd has been for yeais one of the
leading liehtH of American f re
traders, is an honorary member of the
Cob.len C lib, and at tbe Chicago free
trade convention last November, read
a 'papar expressing the most radical
views. A third element of dis
satisfaction with Toledo people
is that nurds residence here
is pnrely technical. ' He is
not a married man and stays in
Toledo only a few weeks each year,
and that at a time when a political
campaign is going on. A cry was
raised against him for being a non-res
ident, wbicb had considerable effect.
Personally Mr. Hurd is held in the
hie best respect for bis brilliant talenti
and tbe Democra's who hive been his
most ardent snppoitsrs deeply regret
his expressed determination to retire
from Toledo politics.
sricui. to tbs irrniL.l
Little Rock, Ark,, November 3.
Unexpected apathv is reported as
being predominating among constitu
ents In all tbe districts of this State at
the Congressional election of yester
day. Not more tl an 60 per cent, of
the Democratic strergth was brought
out in any of the districts, but Dunn,
of the First; Breckenridue. nf the Sec
ond ; McRae, of tbe Third ; Rogers, of
the Fourth, and Feel, of the Fifth
District, are all elected by good ma
jorities. Langley, Judue Rogers's op
ponent in this district, developed con
siderable strength in the same coun
ties, carrying this and Johnson county
by small majorities. Inadequate tele
graphic communication in the interior
counties will make it several days be-
lore tne result oi their vote cin be
for Governor, 33 423; Crgswell, Dern
33,174; Wentwjrth, Prohib., 1878
Carpenter. Grrenbatk. 112.
Returns from 224 towns and wards
give Sawyer, Rep , for Governor,
37,607; Cogs well, Dem., 38.655; Went
woitb, Prohib., and scattering 2176
Only ten small towns remain'to be
heard from. A majority being necee
saiy baw?er fails of election by the
people. The vote in the First
CongreesionBl District is very close,
with the probabilities in favor of Mo
Kinney, Dem. Conceding the Demo
crats the live districts not heard from,
tbe Republicans will have majority
in tbe uouse of 24. This, with their
majority in the Senate, will give them
nearly 35 on a joint bailor, a lois of
about 25 as compared with 1884.
Sr. Louis, Mo., November 3. Glover
is re-elected by about 110.
Raleigh, N. C, November 3 The
latest returns from the First Congres
atonal District indicate the election of
Latham, Dem. The Second District
is still in doubt: in the Fourth Nich
oIhb, Ind. Sep., is elected, and in tbe
Fifth Brower, Rep. The Republicans
and Independents have made large
gains in the Legislature.
Birmingham. Ala.. November 3.
Bankhead, Dem., appeais to be elect
ed to Congress in the Fifth District.
Gen. J. 0. Wheeler is eltcted in the
Hartford, Conn.. November 3.
Neitner of the candidates for Gover
nor having received a majority the
election goes to the Leftis'at'ire, in
suring the return of a Republican
Governor, that bodv being Republi
can by 29 on j,iot ballot. A Republi
can United States Senator is also assured.
Jacksonville. Fla.. November 3.
Fuller returns indicate the election of
D.iugbtery, Dem.. in the Second Dis
trict. In the First Davidson, Dem., is
elected. The new constitution is rati
fied by about 10,000 majority.
Atlanta. Ga.. NovemW 3. The
Georgia Legislature met to day. The
Hon. J. 8. Davidson was elected Prss-
ident of tbe Senate and the Hon. W.
A. Little Speaker of the House. Gov.
McDaniel will deliver bis message to
morrow. Gen. Gordon will be inau
Chicago, III.. November 3. Com-
plete returns show that the next Il
linois Legislature will stand as fol
lows: Senate Republicans, 32: Demo
crats, 18; United Labor, 1. House
Rpublicans, 78; Democrats, 66;
United Labor. 7: Prohibitionists. 2.
The re-election of Ex Speaker Haines
to the Legislature is confirmed.
tompieie corrected police re
turns give Lawler the Second
District by 62 votes, and his suc
cess is pretty generally conceded. The
official canvass may change the result,
but it is not probable.
Elmira, N. Y., November 3. Com
plete returns from the Twenty-bighih
Congressional Dietrict show the elec
tion of Flood, Hop.
Albany, N. Y., November 3 The
vote in tbe Nineteenth Congressional
Dietrict shows 84 plurality lor Kane,
Dem. Dr. Swinburne, the defeated
Republican candidate, says he will
contest tbe seat on the ground of
fraud in Weet lroy, where Kane
New York, November 3. The re
turns from New Jersey shows that
Robert S. Green, Dem., for Governor,
has between 9000 and 10,000 majority,
nine Republican and five Democratic
Senators held over, making the next
Senate eleven Republicans and ten
Democrats. Last year the Sanatn was
composed of fourteen Republicans
and seven Democrats. The latest re
turns indicate that the Republicans
have earned twentv-seven Assembly
districts and the Democrats thirty
three. Last year tbe Housa of A?
sembly was comp' s d of thirty-one
Republicans and twenty-nine Demo
crats. The next legislature will elect
a successor to Uoit-d State Senator
Sewell. The Democratic State Com
mittee claims tbe .Legislature by a
majority of three on joint ballot, thus
securing the election of a Democratic
United States Senator. The Repub
licans contend that the Legislature
will have a Republican mijority of
one on joint ballot. The Democratic.
State Committee claim that Green is
elected Governor by about 3000 plu
rality. The Republicans elect five
Congressmen and the Democrats two
Pidcock In tbe Fourth District and
McAdoo in the Seventh. Word was
received here this evening that Flick,
Republican candidate for Congress in
the Second District, is elected by a
small mijority. Gofl's majority over
Branaon is conceded to be about 1000.
Uoff is for Congress from the First
Later About Carlisle-Nome nope.
Cincinnati, 0.. November 3. De
spite Mr. Carlisle's waning hopes tbis
afternoon, encouraging returns have
begun to come in. Kerton and Camp
bell counties gave 1907 majority
against him. Tne Sun has snec als
indicating the following majorities for
Carlisle in the remainder of tbe dis
trict: Pendleton county 401, Grant
400, Gallat n 350, Car roil 40J, Trem
ble 300, Boone 300, total 2051. This
showing leaves Mr. Carlisle a ma
jority of 64 in the district, and it can
readily be seen that the official count
will have to decide it.
How Carlisle' Defeat Wai Taken In
Louisville1, Kt., November 3. The
city and State has been in a fever cf
excitement all day over tbe close and
doubtful election results and tbe
Couricr-Jourrud and Time buildings
have been surrounded by anxious
crowds who eagerly read the hourly
editions. Tbe receipt of the announce
ment of John G. Carlisle's defeat was
a great surprise, and for along time
was not credited. Expressions of re
gret and sorrow were heard from
every side that the Speaker's district
had not returned him to UorgreBS,
Some even went so far as to say tbey
had rather lose evory district in the
btate than John G. Carlisle. A
Courier-Journal special at 6 o'clock
p.m. stating that later returns would
elect Carlisle by about 800 majority
was received with great cheering, and
there is yet a cheriehed hope that Car
lisle is elected. The Covington Cm
monweahh is tbe authority for the
statement of Carlisle's 800 majority.
In this (the Louisville) district there
was a disaffection in the party.
THE STATE ELECTIONS.
BOB'S MtJOKlTT LIKELY TO BE
31,000 Xn-c Th n Bate Received
1 1884 and 4000 More Than
His To e of 1882.
larlOIlL Trt TBS APPI1L.
Nashvillx, Tsnn., November 3.
Majorities for Goveinor bv counties as
far as heard fiom: Mad'ion, Dm.,
W2; Monrgomary. Dem., 2(H); Moore,
Dem., 911 ; MnHry, Dem., 831 ; White,
D'in., 001 ; aenmgton, Kp., 438;
warren. Dem., nya; Weaictev, Dam.
805; Giles, Dam., 799; Sequatchie,
Dim.,125; H ckman, D-tm.,302; Ruth
erford, Dem.,fi!tl ; Lawrence. Dem.,234 :
Coffee, Dem., ; Benton, Dem , 495 ;
C.rroll, Rsp., 527; G a-ne, R'p, 379;
Meigs, Dam., no; iiamilton, Kep.,
125; Tipton. Dem., 250; D.ckson,
Dem , 988; Sumner. Dem . 143: Lake.
Dem., 3U-. at. midnigut no further
returns had been received. The fig
ures given above show a net Demo
cratic majority of 18,112. Two years
ag tbey gave Bate a mnnrity of 0595,
me counuts yet to near Irom, em
bracing three-tilths of the votes in
1884, gave Bite 13S0 major.ty. li the
present rate of increase continues in
tbe counties yet to bear from, Rib's
mnjority will ha 3S.O0O.
SPBCUT TO Till AITIAL.) '
Chattanoooa, Tknn., November 3.
Reports received from every county
in tbe district indicate JNeal a election
by from 500 to COO majority. He lost
heavily in Rhea county, and onlv the
noble work of the Hamilton county
Democracy, wbore there was a Repub
lican loss of 800, saved him
from defeat. In Bradley county
All Taylor received a majority of 406,
Wilder 372. lo Bledsoe the Repub
lican majority will be 100. a Demo
cratic gain of 60. In Cumberland coun
ty the Kepuoiicam majority Is about
130. Grundy county, with thrnt dis
tricts to hear from, gives B ib Taylor
4(16 majority, Alf Taylor 108, Naal
495. Wildr, 159. Neal's rcajority
will reach 384. James county's olfivial
vote: Bob Taylor 265, Alf Taylor 526,
Neal 259, Wilder 518, radijett. Senate.
519, Carter, Senate, 258. All but two
districts in Marion county give a Re
publican msjoiity cf 250. MoMinn
county's official vote: Alf Taylor
1659, Bib Taylor 119i, Wilder 1602.
Neal 1243, Padgett 1625, Carter 1219,
Hornby, Rep. for Legislature, 1582,
McKinney 1ZA. Tbe cfiicial vote
of Meigs is ai follows: Bob Taylor
687, Aif Taylor 545, Neal 716, Wilder
521, Padgett 535, Caitur 698. The
Monroe county official vote gives tbe
following majority: Bob Taylar
40, Neal 51. Fowler 45. Polk county
offioial majority: Bob Taylor 222,
Neal 293, Carter 287, Trewhitt 266.
Sequatchie county, official total vote:
Bob Taylor 247, Alt Taylor 122. Neal
248, Wilder 123, Jarvis (Dem.) 248,
Darton 124, Irvine (Dem.) 220, Proc
The indications are that VanBureu
county will poll COO Domocratio votes
and 55 Republican. White county
gives i eft 1 13 J, wilder, rs. it tbis
county John W. Stone and S, L,
Jtluteuins, negro, both Republicans.
are elected, and Dr. Kennedy, Rep.,
LsriOUL TO TUB APPEAL.
Nasbville. Tenn., November 3.
Official vote of Bedford county with
the exception of two districts: R.
Taylor 1981, A. Taylor 1475. Congress
Kicbardson, Dem., is,; Mather,
Rep., 1440. The entire Democratic
Legislative ticket is elected.
Harwell 2;!27, Yancy 2416, White
166J. Davidtwn county, with the ex
caption tbe Ainetoenth and Twenty
fifth districts: R. Taylor 6756, A
Taylor (Win For Congress-Wash
ington 6850. Nye 6292. The Reoubli.
cans elect tbe entire Legilative ticket
witn me exception of one, which is
larioui. to tbi ArriAL.l
Tbenton, Teh., November 3. The
full vo'e of tbe county gms Bob Tay
lor 3104, Alf I aylor 1797. The vets in
1884 we, Democrats, 3210; Republi
cans, 2027. ry little scra'chiog
Great rejoicirg over Pbelan'a election,
Haywood t aty.
lanciAL to thk appial.I
Bbownsville.Tenn., November 3
The indications are that Head, for
floater, has been elected by asafa ma
jority. There is a Demccraiio gain of
JtlKU. lyle and Claiborn. lor Senator.
ron very close. Oiher officers have the
usual Republican majority.
Hum Co no (jr.
lariOIAL TO Til APPI1L.I
Knoxville. Tknn.. November 3
Complete returns from the city give
Bob Tavlor 1217. Alf Tavlcr 1452. a
net Democratic gain over tbe Gubsr-
ratorial election of 1884 of 118 votes.
For Congress tbe vote stands: Ileis-
kell 121:4. Honk 1322. He'skell ran
slightly ahead of his ticket. Re
turns from Knox county are coming
in slowly. Returns from rive voting
places give B b 468. Alf 609. a Demo
cratic gain of 63.
It is es nimted that Houk will ctrrv
the county by 5000 A careful estimate
bv leading Democrats concedes
Iiouk'a election over lleiske 1 in this
district by 6590, which will ho a Dem
rratic gain of nearly 5000 voles.
Bob Taylor has received a number of
congratulatory telegrams tonight. So
lit;lo interest was manifested in the
election that only eighteen cut cf
forty voting places in this city have
been heard from up to this hour. So
far as heard from Alf Taylor has 7!6
majority. In 1884 Reid'a moioritv in
the same districts was about 900.
fHI'ICIAL To Till APPKiL.
Knoxville, Tknn., November 3.
Knex county gives Alf Taylor 1296
majority. Reed's msjority in 1884
was 1725. Tw.-lve dist-ictsof Scott
to bear, gives
Boston, Mas?., November 3. Re
turns from all but two towns in the
State (Ashby and Gosnold) give the
following vote: For Governor, Ames,
Rp., 121,764, Andrews, Dem., 112,
300; Lathrop, P,ohib., 8148. For
Lieutenant Governcr, Brackett, Rep.,
119,211 ; Foster, Dem.. 114,310; Black
mer, Prohib., 4840. Tbe election of
Donovan. D.m.. in the Eiirhth Dis
trict over Allen, Rep., was erroneous,
Allen havicg a fair plurality. Cor
rected returns from th Ninth District
give Burnett, Dem., a plurality of only
23. Russell is elected in the Tenth
Concob, N. H., November 3. Re
turns from all but forty towns and
wards in the State giv Sawyer, Rep.,
Charleston, S. C, November 3.
The Independent tickets are defeated
in Chester field and Burkely, and El
liot, Dem., is apparently elected in
the Seventh District, giving South
Carolina a solid Democratic delega
tion in the next Congress.
Richmond, Va., November 3. All
returns received today serve only to
empnasize ttie detest sustained by the
Democracy of Virginia yesterday.
mere n as been a great tailing oil in
their vote throughout the State, and
their losses in all districts have been
almost phenomenal. Of ten districts
in the State, the Republicans carried
6, tbe Democrats 3, and the Labor
paity 1, being a net loss of five Con
gressmen to the Democrats. Tte Vir
ginia delegation in the next Congress
will be as follows : First District.!'. II.B.
Brown, Rep. ; Second, George E. Bow
den, Rep. ; Third, Georga D. Wise,
Dem.; Fourth, Wm. E. Gaines, Rep.;
Filth, John R. Browo, Rep.: Sixth,
Samuel I. Hopkins, Labor; Seventh,
Charles T. O'Ferrall, Dem.; Eighth,
W. H. F. Le, Dem.; Ninth Henry O.
Bowen, Rep. ; Tentb, Jacob Yott, Rep.
Philadelphia, Pa., November 3.
The new delegation to Congress from
Pennsylvania will consist of 19 Re
publlcacs, including Brnmm, Rep.
Greenbacker, and 9 Democrats. The
present delegation is composed of 20
Republicans, lnclading Brnmm and 8
BflOIAI. TO THI APPEAL.
Voidton, Benton Cocntv. Tenn
November 3. Our election passed off
quietly yesterday with large Demo
cratic gains. Following is the vote
est in this (Ninth) district: R. L.
Taylor 109, B. A. Ealoe 113. II. O.
Tonnes 114, J. K. Wheatley 114, A. A.
layior 66, Hawkins 07, l-armer 67,
Altup 61. This district has always
given a large Republican msjority but
it gave 56 msjority for the white rose
this time. Tuwnes has beat Farmer
n his own county for the Senate, and
Wheatley (Dem.) beats Alsuo (Rep.)
badly for Representative of Bunton
countyr Tbe Republicans are badly
cut down over their great loss in tbis
dittrict. Succss to the Appeal,
ISPtOUL TO THI APPIAL.I
Dybrsiiuro, Tenn., November 3.
Democrecy in Dyer county is victo
rious. The whisky bolters went down
yesterday in tbe race for Representa
tive, and their def at in the Senatorial
and iloa'erial contest is almost cor
tain, j. jm, l amer s majority over
bolter Fowlkes will be from 125 to 150
votes. Republican J. L, Sinclair is
sandwiched between the regular nom
inee Parker and bolter Fowlkes.
County returns nearly all in, Official
vote for Governor, as far as heard
from, as follows: Bob Taylor 1404, Alf
Taylor 689; for Congress P. T. Glass
naM l'inn n A V ...... ,'tK 7n
uniy three small precincts in onr
county to hear from. Hurrah for tbe
Democracy of Dyer county I We re
joice to proclaim the ingloriona defeat
ot the bolters. The Democracy of old
Dyer has withstood a terrible tect, to
wit: tbe struggle for life of men who
are more more devoted to anti-pro-
hloltion than to Demorracy, and glad'
ly do we record the fact of the con
stancy and nr yielding fidelity of the
Democrats of JJyer.
InriOlAI. TO THK APPI1L.1
Newskbn, Tknn.,1 November 3.
Everything ptssed oil very quietly
here yesterday, but all paities worked
most vigilantly decidedly more so
than ever before in elections. The
Republicans make a gain of 40 votes
over the election two years ego at
this box, and a decided gain is given
them in the county. However, the
Democrats have kept pace with the
times. While the fi;ht has been bit
ter and strong, the regular ticket will
be elected by come 2000 votes. All
tbe dls'ricts have been heard from ex
cept three, and they will not materi
ally change the result. The support
ers of the bolters are down in the
mouth and irrieving over their lost
spoils, many ol tbera having wagered
all their money on the Independents.
The Fowlkes men bave nothing to
say, while the Parker men are jubi
lant and exultant and tbe greatest en
thusiasm prevails among them.
SPICIIL TO THI APPEAL. J
Pulaski. Tenn.. November 3. Offi
cial vote of all but one precinct of
Giles county: R. Taylor 2458. A.
Taylor 1695, Whitthorne 2301, Black-
Dan) ioo. Awing MorrU 1618,
give Alf 6041, Bib, 98.
tv, with two districts
Alf Taylor 1056 majority. Loudon
connty, with two preoincts to hear
from, ttiviw Alf Taylor 705 majority.
Nineteen precincts of Jefferson coun-
enow that All layior his polled
e same vote as Reid. while Bb
falls 200 below Bite. Hawkins
gives Alf Tavlor 650. Raid's majority
in 1884 was 052. Hancock Alf Tay
lor's majority is 575. Reid's majority
n 1884 was b(r. Hours majority will
reach 8000. Butler's majority in the
Firat Distiict is about 4000. Only two
Democratic candidates have been
elected to the Legislature from East
Tennessee. Alf Taylor carries Ander
son by 669. Reid's msjority wai 853.
Campbell gives Alt Taylor 700. Reid's
majority was 1011.
ISPIOIAL TO THI ArriAL.l
Ripley. Tenn.. November 3 Offi
cial majority vote of Ltuderdale
county; R. L, Taylor 14, D. Nunn,
Rop. for Congress, 30, W. J. Lyle,
Rep. for Senator, 22, C. S. O. Rice,
Dem., for Legis'ature, 13.
ISriCIAL TO THI APriAL.I
Official vote of Maury county except
one district. R. Tayloi's majority,
882. Majority fjr Legislative ticket
exceeds this 100 to 300. Whitthorno's
majority about 10C0.
Irpicial to tiii ArriAL.
MrjBPRBKSBoaoiToei, Tenn., Novem
ber 3. Total vote of Rutherford coun
ty: R. Taylor, 2383; A. Taylor, 1388,
For Congress Richardson, Dem.,
2382; Mather, Rep., 1387.
larioiAi, to thi ArriAL.l
Nashville, Tenn., November 3.
Full official vote of Warren county:
R. Taylor 1700, A. Taylor 571. For
Congrers Neal, Dein , 1765; Wilder,
Rep., 564. For Lg:slnture Fair
banks 1450, Nichol415, Savage 1303,
ISPKCIAI, TO THI APPKAI..
Nashville, Tenn., November 3.
Official vrte cf White county: R.
Taylor 1329, A. Taylor 478 For Con-grees-Neal,
Dem., 1349, Wilder, Rp.(
fSPIOlAI. TO THI AI'PKAl.l
Jackson, Miss. November 3. All
tbe election news points unmistakably
loasonu democrat lo delegation in
Congreta from this State.
Jackson, Miss, November 3.
Lynch M believes that he has beon
elected. The Republicans do not con
cede the election of either Morgan,
Catchings or Stockdale.
Later. All the parties concede the
election of a solid Democratic delega
tion to Congress from Mississippi.
MOST PERFECT MADE lk
rP lihJiA Ammonia, Llmo or Alum.
ft 1 a v i. 1 'mawf i"iLrrm. srrk r m a. rt a a, i t r- Lax" a.
CXTriCRiN G-iApes- for Making Crcam o.TrA
Or Price's Cream BakingPowoe;
New YifflK Life Insdbancb Co.
FORTY ODD YEA 0L0. ASSETS, $00,800,000
JkirlVd rullcy-lloluuta U 1 885, OOO.OOO, and Hot a Dollar or
Contested t laim J "to!
arSnch a record li N!!iy rsmarlmbl. In iu aihihit of enenotla and ikllKul manatir
inent And llhornl triitmntof polloy-holilo-ii. Th i.ront nutemont In iilalnl thi bait
lb New Vwrh Lire hai ivar mailt-and that luylnf all that Datd b iall.-Duii
Lommrin( Bulletin, ttbntnm VI, ISMrt. "
PlllIKLY MUTUAL, AMI 11EKCK IXISUKAUi; AT COST.
6 EKE It AL INSURANCE AGE.NT,
" Koom f, Cotton Jtfxchango 'Buying.
WKWPIIIS ?. .TIWMESWEE.
Dry . Goods, Notions, Hosiery
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOOD!,
Nos. 336 and 338 Main SU Memphis,:Tenn.
Taa.aoaa anoTactarlag' Co.'i Tlalds, Drills, Hheetlaa;, Shlrtlar.
UNITED STATES TRADERS
Main Offlct 120 Broadway, N. Y.
Memphis Office, 285 Main St.
WAJLTEH dKEVOBT ATTOKSET.
K-n-liartri for the PROM PT COLLEC
TION of NoUi and Aooouati.
-0ar Attorney will lead Circular! to all
who win write tor them.
Capital, $200,000. Surplus, $25,000,
I. B, UD ffW, Prw'U J. M. W0IJIUK, Vlee-Prest. C lL BiME, Caabas
BOMet or Dlrnotora.
J. M. OOODBAX.
. T. OOOPIR,
O. n. nvM
Itary f ik State t Tkmml TmhuIi
w. r. duw
R. J. BlAC
teelal AttenUm ( DnllMahtne.-aja
P. H. AUTO M .
II. MAI HT.
ALSTON, MAURY & CO.
And Commission Merchants Hay, Corn, Oats, Bran, Chop Fed, Oil Meal,
Lime, Oment, Piaster, llutldlnir and Fire llrlck, Etc.
Cor, Front and Union, 1 Howard's How. Memphis.
Wit t mi
00LD MEDAL, TARIS, 1U78.
Wurrnntod iiliAoltif vly Mir
Cocoa, fiftiii which Hwexremi of
Ollhnii lnfii rcnnvcil. lihtiMthm
tim?th ttrtngik of C'oi:oa mixed
Willi Hlnrch, Arrowroutor Buiiir,
iij In thrrcforir fur imintpwiiom
If n I, totting U thm out (vnf a
enji. It U dcUciuua, nourlnhlntr,
l rim li hfiiliiKa eiwliy dtK'xtcd.
tnnu Admlrntdy ndaptd fur lnv.
Ids m W4-II an for nvrnonn In hoult h.
Bold by Uroetrn mrywher.
wi m Kv W if I U f4 UllB
And Commission Merchants,
Ifft. 84 and 36 Madlaon Street, Memyhf
I BAKER & CO., Dorchester, Mass.
C COUPONS of th Oaroio Hotel Cmpn
J Uondi, maturlnc Noramber lit, will b
am on irafniallon at In, ManDattao Bar-
nani, miaiiia, or at tli onto ol L.
M. FA K.
DK. 11. L. LASKI.
Pbyslolan. Narireon and Icroacber,
313 SlMlji MreeLXar Lulou,
mem m m icn i
MANUFACTURERS OF FIRST-CLASS
Steam Engine", Boilers and Tank Work, Cotton Gins, CottoL
rressPH, Wood Pulleys, iShalting, Agricnltaral
and riantation Work,
AND DEALERS IN
Corn ctxid JSctxz- lVIill3.
aw W karttha LARGEST WORKS of th, kind la th TJnlUd StaUt. ana will raaet
piloM fur umi quality of work. tini for CataloiM, Priae-Luta