MBMP-DI.pB? OCTOBER 29, 1873.
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Tlio Dolly Actptttl baa a Iiirccr clrcn
fatlon tttnuMttbeotlirr MtutpM, dnlljr
CHUJRGH AM) STATE! I ? , iohfsf
1IIE KNI DRAWN MO II.
Eprylhiug Uic weather, Uie paucity
ttf ww enses, aud Uic successful treat
ment of old ones conspires to induce
the bolIcX that the days of the epidemic
ara numbered. The frost of tho past
t'-wj i lights has been of aulllcient force
t give It 'its quietus, but, following an it
fexj Vijwa that of the week prevIouiy
MtA Jltl as it was beginning to tell for
HwW, it lias proven all-sullicient. Uu
e liave another violent ehangu
l Indian-summer weather, we
wS!1-'!.. ani 'n eight or
t4 qayV, ! at farthest, our people j
wnfreWii' to their homes In perfect
fifety. But sooner than the former we
iMhIc would bo unsafe. It must be
Whim? in mlud by anxious absentees that
win! thuy left the death rate was very
Mtmli, averaging but three or four per
kr;LX??terjRy! our mortuary re
uses twenty-three deaths, quite five
tinies whul they should Ve, and
wiMt the average is iu ordi
wry healthy times. Twenty-three,-
fwtiteon of them from yellow-fever, and
iver that number negroes, showing
ttfet Sfe terRlile disease still lias a tight
grip upon our population, and but slow'
ly retires ueiore its natural enemy
"Jack Fr-st." We counsel caution
and urge it upon those that are away
that it is better for them to lose oae or
two additional days more than by vea
tunug home too soon risk lives they
have so far preserved in safety. Anoth
er thing and this is all important, as
tkc board of health iu its notice else
where Miggests every unoccupied house
4mW be opened and thoroughly venti
lated by day aud night, and fires should
uo lighted aud disinfectants freely
Msd, se as to make sure of the death of
the last one of the germs of yellow-fever.
Our clthseus will remember, as we cited
a few days ago, that on the eighth of
Xovember of 1S07, the board of health
h" that year invited absentees to return,
jh1 tliat as late as the twenty-sixth of
that mouth, a death occurred from yellow-fever,
brought about, it is said, by
tfw deceased occupying room tliat was
tilknl with tho poison of the prevailing
wlfeease, a room that had not been opeu
ed or used during the existeuce of tho
ftwHMHKT, which, in that year, was not
a sixth part so destrueti ve as it lias been
thie. AVe do not M aul to record the loss
f ewuoeff tho li vesi cf those or our I
1-oaHo now absent, hence thesoj
wanfe of caution. AVe did
hi lHKi to get mil, and
Kiug "William and l'opo Fins Ex.;
cbatigo Kotos lUairt cKorjlaar
from His Holiness.
Two Tennessee Transgnssors Nabbed,
and Awaiting the Abatement
tlie . Keports Alludes
to CathoIlc-BoHtics; r r
JIis Steamer Continental eid. Ilcr Prize
Fi;ht - Cargo Captured bj
jo- uic Illinois Aiiiuorme.i.
Tho Church Obedlentto tlid'Stalo
Tho Jiving will Enforco the
c . .law, Etc.- .
New Yokic, October 21. The follow
ing two letters recentyipns9ed,betive.e,n
tho emperor of Germany and the? pope.
Their Tcoutents were briefly stated, by
cable a few days ago:
ATU AX, AiigUKt 7, 17 d,
The First Ifalional llaok Tho, liyc'
BoIIar Surer liesnmptlon.i-'cbemo
; , Trcasnrj Chronicler, Etc.
WAsuiflOTajf, October 29.-Nearly
four hundred mechanics ttad about one
thousand laborers have been dis
charged from tho navy-yard, owing to
money running snort in oonscquence
if a largo number of Improvements
lUHuain uieyaru uurnig lue summer.
Tho reviver of the First national bank
k LobisWctoberSSi-Albrt lMr. ?A' "W1?"
of tho'llrm of Woodruir Co.. NwM f"u,?icJf.,n.a
Vnfl. nr., I Wi- 1 1 , 0 I ItCl'bE!, li UlVlUcUU IJI ITU III IWBUIV-UVU
iork, and Yynrren J. Uecox, of Syra- im,i1...i
cukc, iNew lora, were arrested hero BuL,i ni t t.
tt iuinuiou ""ui 8 - six huudred deposlfors in the banklnir
uri ur.oi liMinesseei cuanreu wiui irauu. i r..-.-i r. i i.
rcf h if tniSh tetaentajiav- obout thirty Cave signed the plan agree
Jne teen found against them in Mem- ing topiaca Mt0e ent in tho hinds
........ -v- i r , in ex-commusMoner of internal reve-
tue BhcrilT. counsel, and other DArtles I...,, u.hu. rm
... i , r- . .i ' 1 i i uuci j.uiuiio. luora luiiiy mo wiuc
." 7, X'. W .o r."."?hHI Mnt from the city, or cannot at pres.
MISSISSIPPI AND TENNESSEE
. R.ULROAD COMPANY.
ANNUAL MEETING ofSTOCKUOLDEBS
N. REDUCTION !
1. . JLOKSDAXE, ftp.
c ii. wiaxi-ono:
niUK autiaal mecllDBOf UiaMoclUiOlilcnor
I tliA MlBulitntnnl atifl Xrtntu . nn flnllfntijl
S)m'anv will bo UelJ at llie Pentxxl llolrl, I
einnUs, Tennessee, on I
Wcaocfdny, Kot.19, 1870, nt 11 a.m.,
al which time n hoaii of Director will be
OLerUxl for the ensuing ywir.
Hlockholdvrivvlil be paafeM tree on all trains
t' exhibiting their "htnek cerUHcatea to tho
conductor. 8. IU LAMB, Kecretarj-.
T9 STIMULATE TliA.DE AAI) ENCOURAGE ORDERS
FE03I THE COUNTRY, HAVE MADE
Lmwdale & Wellford,
nitV HILLEltY AX It EXTBA.
FOR SALE BY THE PRrXCIPAL UKOUKBB
AMI) WIWlS MISR'mANTS.
Oil. IMajestv Measures
liave been adontoil by your.
government for some time pas:
more aud more, at the destruction
Catholicism. When 1 seriously ponder
on lue pauses wnicn may. navojieu to
these.vervhard measures: I confess that
I am unable to dIscover"afiyfea!o3 for
suclt a course, lue o-iier liand X am
Informed that yriur majesty dorn not
countenance the proceedings cf your
Eovernmelitf andjUwj not pprove'the
narsnness 01 uie measures atioptcu
against the Catholic Teligion. If, tnen,
it be true that your majesty does not ap
prove thereof, and letters which your
august majesty has addressed to me for
merly might suillciently demonstrate
that you cannot approve that which is
now occurring; if, I say, your
majesty does not approve of your kov-
ernment conlinuing in the path it
has chosen of -further extending its vig
orous measures against the religion of
Jesus Christ, whereby the latter is m'ost
injuriously anecteu, will your majesty,
then, not become convinced that these
measures have uo other ellect than thni
of undermining your majesty's own
throne? I sneak with frankness, for mv
banner is truth. I s-peak in order to ful
fill one of my duties, which consists in
telling tho truth to all. even to thosn
who are not Catholics, for every one
who has been baptized belongs, in some
way or other which, to define mnrn
Crecisely, would be here out of place
elongs, I say, to the pope. I cherish
the conviction that your majesty will
receive my observations with vour usunl
goodness, and will adopt tho measures
necessary in tlie case. While ilrering
10 your most gracious majesty tlie ex
pression of my devotion and esteem. I
pray 10 uou mac ne may enfold vour
majesty aud myself in one aud tlie same
bond of mercy.
Tlie emperor replied as follows:
ISeklin, September 3, 1873.
I am clad vour holiness has. as in
former Uiucp. dono m th 1 Hinnr in
write to me. I rejoiee more at this since.
an opportunity is thereby afforded of cor
recting the errors which, us appears from
the contents of the letter of your holi-ne--,
of the seventh of AuliiL nuiaf
have occurred in theoommuulcatiou you
iiavercceivcd.relrftlugto German allairs.
If tho reports which are made to your
.... i i - , ' -. ' ' fi . .. iltlvr'liUiJ.
ijui ueiievc (ulv stulwl t ip friith it iroul,! l...
we Io not be-' iiimo lor your holiness to entertain
gentlemen in charge, that) In -view Of
the prevalence of yellow-fever in Mem
phis, and tho dauger to life in going
NOTICE TO ABSENTEES
"Which I there at present, ho would place them
Mil..)..innilnr Inn flifMiannfl tIAIlnra Iiall Alith rTl
.j'ipje?',! i - , i letter, ami unti otnnrwiM or
l - Tititini tn rnnnrf tt mm 1 QHv ntifl narann. I ....i' 4. . 4 .
i, uiiaim, ".Vrl'"V " ""-"-u .1'" tj b m crm torn. mil (1 tliPV
11 Ma.v uutiv iuv . uiu , i.u au a,j u.ijjuitu AA.a. -. r
en I boreached.
Secretary Kichardson'a order to -Treas
urer Hpinner, uirecung ine payment
of silver, la as follows: "ou will
please, on and after the receipt of this
.1 .r.( .... .
. -. . . . - z 1 uii tu .i iiiiiii. ill 1 iirmin'.v iiiiiiirHLiiiiin.. uiil.i iirtrK, ,jm ifiiiiurLjiucc.i
niKLeu. iiuuiu were i-uiereu iuiu, nuu
the parties released. The action of
Sheriff Taylor is considered unprece
dpiilwi.. Tlie arrests ctbw out of pottnn
r..uL' ri.i...ut iU. wVj i, " " , iiierewn 01 me secouu auuiiors 01 .
Miltojirougbt .by Wy Thompson, of ghows tbat number cf ence-of pbyaielMn ln thlaaU other eltle,
. ' o ::." . "".- 1 accounts examined Dvtnatnureauuurinsr 1 i, ,x itr.wi, i iho
close of yellow fever epidemics, suffer from
neglect or Ignorance -ot such precaution.
Such attention and nnrlflention can readllr
El veil 10 I hndnne liv their friends who have remained
fraudulent practices in the bjunty claim I m the city. It U as jet deemed unsafe for
UUSIOeSS. TUe llUinOer 01 Cases await- nnvnf them nm! bs snnn a.1 Imtiflable
ing action is -ii-iv,
currency obligations,-, out press the lmnortahcelpf urging upon all ab-
uot in exchange for currency, eum nptj fcntecstbc nerossityof althorongh -dtsmreo
to exceed five dollarsila. any one. Davl . ,...,?.,-.-S.;iu.tf..
mnt In Ilvf.rrnltr --- ' oUiBa jrePtyJ"iiaw"J'i "yr wuiis-i
rue reort 01 tun smquu auincora aii"'"'" " 'l-"JJ .. .- 1..
. . : 1 1... l. T,.,.... .. l
Mv .v M.v..ii i uauci rh. noat flanl uoir wi j W g-! I
Co.. Memphw, in' 1S34, and who are I f ' '!
charced witli disoosinc of cotton ran- K? ""A l'??V"I fT
Ditrnml rr fham Tlio nlfttntlfi nf rronf .L . - . ' . I
11. A ..... 11
imt Lu uuiiiu 1 oie-ijt enters
Imrk to the eity. We have had sorrow
ailUub!e enough; let us do nothing
trfdkthc burden, but everything to
pjwoal. Our citizen'", at a distance,
-teW advin; tlirough their neigh
bafis or servaub;. au immediate
-otp)tiioe with the request of tlie
onic( health, and nothing should be I
left MdMie by private individuals on
trvanta that will conduce to i
make sure work of the death of the last
jrerttt of the scourge. And, until ad-vi-A
to do so by the board of health, let
m7e venture to return.
H-aM IHsfWUh to the Appeal.,
Jackson, Miss., October 2S.' The
house sent hi a mesage of what bills it
1 wd passed, to the senate, aud adjourned.
The senate met a, tlnee o'clock, and dis--ud
the situation. Staudiug as they
hI stood inee their first meeting,
arrived at no conclusion, then they ad
journed. TELEGRAPHIC NOTES.
Vetlow-fover is on tho increase at
Mv nteemwy, Alabama.
The Little Rock board of healUi have
ilWel tliat ik ellow-fuver ox lets in that
All St. J you is bauks are paying cur
lettey, ml M.tb Is nut nmcli excitement over
A man named Doreey was killed at
IntUu8po4K Indiana, by the falling of a der
rick, Monday cvenins.
A. fatal case of yellow-fever having oc
furredat t'orpus vhrlstl, i:rowiisvllle,Tea;a,
iy)uaraBtlned aalut IhBt city.
Tlie collections for the Memphis relief
mid in three Catholic churrhi-s In Louibvllle.
iHKooay, HHMMinted to flic hundred do!
Allan's majority for governor of Ohio
-nmnuDurra ami wvtulwn, and wel.-h
or nfjito treaMirer, Is one hundred and seven
Dan Jtice's t-lrcus,
111 '. KV tins t
iii2hlVH-rftwai . . 1
playing in Loui.s-
elnls of Saturday
"tebenellt of ilcid-
toaiuouut to twenty-nie
Tlie city council of Indiana
aMlwuftrlaUOHS tin liie relief of MemphlF,
A Milwaukee dispatch says that Hou.
John V. rUr. of Hmt fryer Irawle-knlfv
iii.trlety, l a raudldate for the State senate
Ieiorratio ticket In Ills dlb-
riieJps, the defaulting cashier in the
New York Htate treasury deparltneut, has
' -ee eofHMltted to Jail al Albany, In default
". linoti tliowand iollars. II Ik couniI re
marked IhHt he Mood no more chance of Kt
' ne iwll Uian lc did of paving the debt of the
Mrs. iano, wile or tne Japs
liBive d'aSain. at Wavlilucton. arrived el
tM Pmuiwo hi- htettmer Mondav evenlnir.
:illd Will Join Iwr luihlmml at WfttnlnHAn
i-lwfci tta Ural JapNBfxte lady who Ins "ever
ri hk Miiicouuiry 10 join tier uufauuiu
iinr-wft mm. noe will go to wasiunelon
A severe accident occurred Saturday
u ifiW.hJew Orleans Uie icult of reckless
uy wnicn air. n. w. Southerland
Had ttthlaeMnahed to a Jelly between tin
'IwriiboardutVBe and the teH of another
Mfwtcar. TtjejceBlletoau'iilnJiiilwiaro vcrv
vatnffal. am! vrltl probaMy rewiU In the loss 6r
A dispatch from Matamorof, Mexico,
Monday, Mtya "that the force ot the state
ongr-of OulHifta, have occupied Sallimo
-iiicr the ilef eat of Ueneral Zephtda, the 1
l"d (overr, who had sose to I'ledias 't
r.Xlth aUut 4xty followers. llnlnewiia
the Mate of Cbabulla 1 sooerallj MiendeJ.
awaiting aadtution of their local dlriienltles.
Governor Iteveridge, of Illinois, in
st ructe.1 thetJierliror SU Clair and Maiilhou
c ounUt opiXMtte !t.lxul to prevent tlw flgh'
lietweeti -lien and Hogauon thelllinols Mdi
floIWc, andltlfi probable that the bittt
wilt uke place home distance lrora the clt v.
IlolliUiemen ae K.-i!d to le iu splendid coi -ditioa.
special to the Ijuisvilfe Courier-
aL irom Cave (iiv. t.-..nin.t-.- c..,. .
tii. ti .liuixi..- .. . . . y
.7. uiwuni Auuaay oetweeti J
,,oIt'PP.oro' ,,le Mammoth Vc
iiiwulohphrtolaw-ereuwdaud nveral hhoh.
rfrwd kv Wli partlea. Graves reetUed a
wound In the bowefcj which l thontht win
proveiaiai. wneoieu lis unhurt. The .-!
guides ana omen, witnessed tfae shooilnv 1.1.TI1 iii 1 rii.
were unaWe to preYeut.lt? 'ooiiuS bi t ju third tt the score.
A T lnrplj nuiuifml t.. ILL! . I ' .
k m xtaiuiiiore irom
tti-v. Dr. William E. Muutv, the elo.ni..i
Methodist divine, daUd at JonlKroen2'
refer to the "Mranw; rnmorn" recently alleced"
agstlHM. him as altogether uufonudtxl. Tht
S ,41 BU (a ICICIJ W UllllIUieU Itt tUC fl
unoit a until wlili-h
1 tlo not approve. According to
tho , constitution of my states,
such a case cannot happeu.since the laws
aud government measures in Prussia re
quire my consent, as sovereigu. Tt, my
deep sorrow, a portion of my Catholic
subjects have organized during tho past
two years, a political party, which en
deavors to disturb, by intrigues hostile
to stateand religious peace which has ex
isted in Prussia for centuries. Leading
Catholic priests have, unfortunately,
not only approved this movement, but
joined in it to the extent to open revolt
ngiimsi enisling laws. 11 win not nave
escaped the observation of your holi
ness that similar iudicatious manifest
tuems-ives at tue present time in sev
eral European and in some trans-Atlan
tic states, it is my mission to investi
gate causes by which the clergy and the
iaitniui 01 one 01 tue cnristiau
denominations can be iDduced act
ively to -assist the' enemies of
all law, but It certainly is my mission
to protect the peace and preserve the au'
thorily of the laws In the states whoSe
government has been entrusted to me.
uy uou. 1 am conscious mat J. owe
uerealter au account of accomplish
ment of this, my kingly duty. I shall
maintain order and law in my states
against all attacB8 as long as God gives
me" power. I am in duty bound to do
it as a chrisliau monarch, oven when to
my sorrow 1 have to fulfil this roval
duty acaiust servants of the church
which I suppose acknowledges no less
than the the Evangelical church, that
commandment of obedience to secular
authority is au emanation of the reveal
ed will of God. Mauy of tho priests iu
Prussia, subiecttoyourholiness, disown
to my regret, the christian doctrine
in this respect, and place
my government under the necessity
supported by the great majority of my
loyal Catholic aud Evana:el!calMil.5etf..
of extorting obedience to law by worldly
means. I willingly entertain-the hom-
that your holiness, upon being informed
of the true position of affairs, will use
your authority to put an end to the aci
tatiou carried on, amid- the deplorable
distortion of the truth aud abuso of
priestly authority. The religion of Jesus
Christ has, as J attest to your holiness
before God, nothing to do with these in
trigues auy inpro than has tru h, whose
banner, invoked by your'holiuess, I un
reservedly subscribe. Tliero is one more
expression in the letter of your holiness
which I cannot pass over without con
tradiction, although it is not
based upon previous information, bul
upon tho belief of your holiness, name
ly: The expression that everyone that
has received baptism beloues to th
pope. The evangelical creed, which, as
must be known to your holiness, I, lik
my ancestors anu tne majority of mv
subjects, profess, does not permit us to
accept in our relations to God any other
meuiator man our lorit Jesus Christ.
A dillcrencc of belief does not prevent
me from liviux in tieace. with those who
donotshara mine. Offering your ho
liness tlie expression of ray personal de
votion anu esteem,
Planed II. LI AM.
Tlie 3lHry)nnd Jockey CI no.
JULTisirKK, Mu., October 2S. This
was the fourth aud last day of the meet
ing or mo Maryland jockey club. First
race, one mile for two-years old. purse
four huudred dollars. The winner of the
eentrai stakes was excluded. Six start
ed. M. S. Daniel's Asteroid colt won
followed by Dublin, Vandalila, Pallad
dlu, Visigoth and Bessie Ciaphone, in
order named. Time, 1:50.
Second race two mile heat, handicup
for all ages that have run during the
meeting, puree S700. Six horses started.
The first heat was won by Chickabiddy,
with Bessie Iiee second and Cora Linn
third. Second and third heats won by
Bcxie Lee. Time, 4:05J, 4.-00J. 4:06J.
Third race consolation purse for mile
hats; purse $500. Six horses started.
Merodac wou the first heat, closely
pressed by Artist, who wou the other
two heatu. Time, 1 :57, 1 :56, 2:001.
Fourth race Steeple-chase club.'to add
$760; six started. Bufty led oil and
wou tue race. At me fourth leap Vic
tor liolted and left the tie). I. Geo; "West.
after 'oJearlnff - the third stone wall.
itumbleI;and threw his riderGaflhey,
wuo jcimeuiuieiy reuioiiuicu nuu camo
loss to him, and for which he claims
A special dispatch front East St. Louis
to the Evening Dispatch says the steamer
Continental which left here about eleven
o'clock this morning With the prize-fight
excursionists, was captured oy the Illi
nois authorities and is now tied up at
tlie levee there. Jack Looney aud the
other managers are under arrest, but
Hogan and Allen are free, they not be
ing on the boat. It appears tbat the
Continental left the wharf with insuf
ficient head ofsleam aud while rounding
to in me stream sue was struck by
high winds prevailing and blown to
ward theshore, where sne was boarded by
me i-ast tst. ixmis police Tile captain.
engineer ana mate, anu Jack ijooney
aud Arthur Chambers were arrested
and taken to the office of the chief of
(wlice where they now are. As soon as
released bv tho citv aiitliorlLlp.. T,nnnev
and Chambers will be arrested by Sheriff
trooper, 01 iuauison county, for partici
pation in me Jueuooie-Allen light, In
dictmeuts having been found against
them in that county. Word of H19
condition, of affairs here has been
sent to Allen and Hogan, who
are down the river waiting the
arrival of tho steamer to pick them up.
Looney declares that tin fiirht shall
come off to-day if he can get out of the
clutches of the police in time, but what
s more liKejy, it win com e oil to-mor
row, with ouly a small crowd as spec
tators. There are all sorts of reports
circulating, to tlie effect that the steam
er was purposely allowed to drift to the
Illinois snore, so mat uoniiie-excursion
money might be made; but the truth
of the rumors caunot bo verified. The
crowd on the Continental arc said to
have numbered nearlv ltfteen hundred:
mat auoui lour mousauu tioiiaWwas
taken, nnd tliat the party was the rouj;h-
esi ever got logemer. a great crowd
still remains in East St. Louis, and it is
expecteu a uesperate row will occur lie-
for they disperse.
Jack Looney, gcucraiiesimo of the
prize-tight party, was released from ar
rest betweu four and five o'clock this
evening, uuder four thousand dollars
bond two thousand to appear in St,
Clair county, in January next, for vio
lating tlie law -regarding prize fights,
antl two thousaud to appear in Madison
county on Monday next, to answer an
indictment lor praticipaung in me AI-leu-McCoole
mill one mouth ago. Tlie
penalty in Looney'scase is penitentiary'
for not less man one year, nor more
than ten years. Captain Keefe of the
steamboat Continentahand his mate It.
Gill, were held for five hundred dollars
IN ALL DEPARTMENTS.
tST sne mainly rely on order business at this time, our friends and patrons In
Tennessee, Mississippi, Arkansas and JTorih Alabama may rely on their orders
being llllfd with extraordinary care, nnd at lower prices than tho goods can
be purchased elsewhere.
ADDITIONAL RIVER NEWS.
I due notice will be given.
By order Board of Health,
RICHARD II. TAYLOH, MJ).,SecV.
IKor full river news see third page.,
SIGNAL SERVICE UNITED STATES ARMY, 1
MEmi8, TeSJi., -etober 23, 1S73. ;
ENGLISH & CLASSICAL SCHOOL
303 THIRD STREET.
3:43 j 10.03
a. jt. v. is. p.u.
Barometer 10.317 IMJUO 30.161
Orange sluce last re- j
JXJft xJSW i x.W3 .101
Thermometer ST -ir 3i
Change In twenty- I
fourlioars 6 lj , xie
Wind W. W. N. W.
Weather Clear i Clear Clear
Rainfall . 0 p o
-xr a. MITCHKLIj, inacipai. The next
YT lesalon win. commence, annnay, Mepi
K. W. KHOnrc. Illarvtr
BIsual Service. United Mates Army.
EvAKiviLLK. October 2S. Weather cloudv.
Ith ruin Inst nlsiht and snow this morului;.
Mercury 2; to 3S. hlverrlsen 11 Inches. So
arrivals or departures except packets.
rtTTSitCRO. October 2f. River 13 feet I Inch-
esand rising. Weatherclondy and cool. No
arrivals or aepnnures except pacxeu.
CINCINNATI. October 3. River 21 feet e
lnchetiand rislns. Weather clear nnd plea-.
am. At nlnoo clock this morning the I'lUs-
bnrscoal tow-boat J. II. Blxtey, with two
uunureu luousanu ousiieis oi coal in tow.
when coming ui.er the Cincinnati and New
port railroad bridge. Mxncli half of her tow
ngu'nst a plerofjilie biicl(;e, nud four of litr
barges, loaded with oao hundred and twenlv
thousand bushels of coal, were sunk. Lost.
nueen luoutaun uoitars.
ViCKSllUKU. October IS. Weather clear
nud cool. Ktver rising. Down: l'ar-oud.
lwlibaue and barzeji. Natchez. Un: lltv ol
ST. Lot'I. October 2S. Weather clear and
cool, with tho merrury below freezing point
an nay. .rtrnveu: iiy oi jieiena, icis.suur.
......... . r i . . . ft.. i i
t i, I.... .n;tjui- ir., inter flsiuK
slowly. 1th m Inches on tho shoaN. Weather
clear nuu cooi. o arrivals or departures.
Louis VI 1.I.-C. October a. Weather cloud v
and cool, with high wind aud Enow River
rtslnz. with 102 Inches In the canal, aud
inclicx In tho paxs down tho Indiana chute.
dipt. Fry anu crew will tart the 1'robaf.co for
New Orleans In a day or two. Hno has been
dctalued two months near French Island by
low water. Departed: James Howard, xewi
Cairo. October SS Noon Arrived: John
F.Tolle.NewOreans, 2 a.m.: Grand Tower
Meiuprjl", 6 a.m.; Charles Codmanult, Louis,
II a.m. lleivtrtcd: lx-cal Tender. Memimls.
.i. in.; John F. Telle, Ht. Louis, Na.ui.: Orand
Tower, Mt. Louis, i a.m. Weather clear and
cold Nlsht Arrived rCuultol City. Vlcks-
biirv. 1 n in. Dfiiarted: canltol Lltv. &i. uou-
1S 2 p.m. Klver fallen 2 inches. Weather
clear and cold.
Nkw Oklkass, October 2S. Weather clear
and cold. No arrivals- or-departnes.
COTTON T AG TORS,
Commission and Produce
No. 266 FRONT STREET,
Liberal advances made on consignment.
bonds to apiiear next Wednesday. Al
leu and Hogan both returned to the city
this evening, aud it is said the stake
holder, James Eagan, has decided that
the light shall take place two weeks
from to-day. Arthur Chambers, who
escaped from au East St. Louid police
oincer anu eiuueu pursuit, is now in
this city, bhenu Cooner. of Madison
county, has warrants for Arthur Cliam-
l ... - , I .. l L- . , ST:i. . rf. i . m
on", aw otoii, jiiuv uuie, iuui i go and Milwaukee, and are c
Allen, Bill Make, Patsey Shepherd and folk, Kochoster and Oswego.
rom iveiiy ana.it is stated measures will
be immediately takeu to procure their
arrest and bring them to trial. The
fancy were very much excited to-night
at to-day's fiasco. Jack Jiooney insists
that he has been sold: that the Conti
nental was not blown on the Illinois
shore, and that it was a put-up job in the
interest of Hogan. Ou the other hand,
Captain Keefe and Mr. McCov, the
principal owner of the Continental, will
publish cards to-morrow, stating that
the steamer was blowu out of the con
trol of the pilot, and that the landing at
rist est. ioui8 was entirely unavoia
Arthur Chambers escaned from the
police-oilice by jumping out of the win
tlow, and the ollicers arc now iu pursuit
Wahiiinhtos. October 28. for Wednesday,
In the cult and isoutnern Htatcs, rifting barom
eter, northwesterly winds, clear and cool
l or the middle and oastern ifttesouiu wesi IIHVirAil
For lnk- Krlo. nortberlr wlndn. lncrcaslne
to brifk during Tuesday night, and utminisn-
Inirnn Wfslli. wifiV.
i or me upper lanen, uuio vauey anu uoriu-
W.W.OUV. I J.II.MCCZ.XLLAK. T.C. FASK
frUY, M'CLSLLAN & CO
2G0 & 202 FK0NT STREET,
iuciunuiN, i : : : iciiii-Bc-
TTAVK IN STOllE and constantly receiving
I I HiUlh., conHiKung in rari oi
B.icon-Clearsldcs, Clear IUb, Hams and
Lrtl Tierces, Kess, Palls and Case.
Flonr AU grades.
NiiBar LouUlaua, Demarara and Iteflned.
SIolaHscx and tlyrnpi Every quality.
II ijrfrlnjr Hemp, Flax and Juto all grades
iron Tie-.ui paienis usr.aiiy Aepi.
Hope Uemp, Cotton and Jute.
Liquor nnd Itraudlcs.
FiHh Barrels, half .bbls. and kits.
Sodn, Nonp, Suull, SInrcIi, t'nudles, and a
General Assortment of Case flood,
to tho Trade at Inside
weHt- dimluKhlng northerly wlu.K backing TiVsUL HiVe SuT
t? west and southwest.wlth partly cloudy an3 ? " n"? t,'
Caatlonao' "isruaU continue at Buffalo,
Erie, Cleveland, Toledo, Urand Haven, ( lilca
o anu iii:wauKeo. anu are oruereu ior nur-
eonsignmcnts of Cotton Solicited.
Liberal Caxh Advanced made ou Cotton In
iii miarHn! rorreer welshta. fiepo
Valuable City Real Estate.
KOWDKN OatlORN-Last evening, at the
Peaoody Hotel, by Kov. Dr. White, Mr. Geo.
IlowiiKjfand fr. Klizauktii Osimkn.
HEILIGERS At her residence. No. n Pop
lar street, comer l ouriu, jid.wi.aua iuiu-
a eili, aged M years.
The friends and acqualuUiucea are Invited
to attend her funeral, from her late residence,
tills (WEONESDAY) morning, at8 o'clock.
PROPHIT Entered into rest at 1IH o'clock
Monday, October i-itu.ai lai .111011 si..
W. rnoruzTv wife of
The Coopers and the Common Schools
A stolen Box of Bonds Heard From
Hhe will bo Interred al their residence, flvo
miles from city, on the Pigeon Iloost road,
this (WEDNESDAY), at 12 o'clock in., 2yth
ABHIi Of yellow f-er, at tho residence of
his father, 8. M. Ashe, 137 Second street, Jui-i
mie AsiiE.aflerau lllucs-iof four days.
VTOT1CE IS HKHEBY GIVEN. Thatbv vlr
ll tue of au alias writ of flora facias to me
I directed Irom the honorable Second Circuit
I Court of Shelby county. Tenn-io Uie cae of
r. u. iietuei VS.J.M. nam. ana Edmonds t
lodd,hecurltICH,Judgment rendered on the 3d
aayoi uecemoer, isrj,ior the sum of tnirty
rlvo hundred and thlrty-tlve dollars and
......,.- n.-.. ..... .. . ..1 . . ,nlA ... . n n .1 .u,4a n.
Dlf,u,j'U,v tCUin. '..Ill 1UW d3lr UUU Vll
xuit.io satisfy said judgment, etc., I rilI,on
"Wednesday, 2Glli Day of NoTember, 18J3,
at 11 ....1rw.1r m In W.n4 r.. ..m 1
. . V WUV" ........ ... UUUV1 . 1 1 J UUIV.IU
occona sirect, Aicmpnia, renn., proceed to tell.
lj lue iijzuest oiuuer. ior casn. ine iuiiowinc
described proporty to-wlt: Lot Jfo 7, In
niofK 3j, suuaie on easi flue 01 MUlDirr)
street, In the city of Memphis, and fronting
on said strcetone hundred (100) feet and run
ning duck one nuuarea auueigntyiisui leeu
Serious Results of the Tanic Arrext of
a ? 13,000 Swindler Tlie Stokes
Also, lot Wo. 4. In block 3s. on the east side
ot St Martin street. In th city of Memphis.
anu ironunir on saia sireeL loriv-mree ana
one-half feet, and running back 161 feet, levied
on as I ho properly of defendant, A N. Ed
monas, 10 fanny saia juugmeni, interests ana
tnlo to commence at 11 o clock a m.
W. J. P. DOICLK,
Hherlff of Shelby county. Tenn
z. Jlfpwter. Ir. Mnny saj-s: "The artlcla
to the purport that I was a leelln- nrt
iDe, ragged, friendless, moneyless drunkan'
I have moderatly gorxl clotl, Dot muc :
money, plenty of friends, don't know-how 1
swear, and, having used a tlinu)enl for mv
health only have abandoned 1 x ase entlrelv
M brtngtrur reproach on mo, tliose I love, au'd
ilinennrjorcbrlst. Thewhole thing a a mo?
Kftnant faUetinni, wlilsh Km prove by rt.V
" Im4 Iwh."
A Fnblle I'ark .Scheme Klllctl.
Dhthoit, Micil, October US. The
supreme court of Mlcliieau to-tlay tle
cl ami tbe Detroit puik law void, ant
dM)iI the'apijcatlou of llie park coin
misslonera for a madam.ua to compel
tbe common council to issue three hun
dred thousand dollars' worth of bonds
wherewith to purchase land for tho
Nbw Youk, October SS. Tlio Cooper
umuii was unctt last nigut iy tuo op
ponents of making any change in the
common-school system, Involving a
division of tho public funds to sectarian
Mjtiools. Among other resolutions was
ono favoring the incorporation of a gen
eral principle of common-school system
in the constitution of the United States
that it may become national and may
oe piaceu beyond the reach of its
Two weeks ago a box containing a
quantity 01 uonU3, belonging to John
H. Seebach, was stolen from the Long
Island savings bank, Brooklyn. Satur
day Eeebach received a letter, asking
11 uewouiu givciiueeu tnousanu dollars
ior tne return of the bonds.
Abijah Jlichardson, messenger for
the great railroad bond forgers, has been
arrested on the charge of swindling the
Fullerton cigar company, of Jollet, out
of thirteen thousand dollars.
Uankruptcy proceedings have been
commenced against tlie Union trust
berious results or tlie panic are being
felt alone the Hudson. The exteiMlvp
brick-yards near Foushkeensie. have all
stopped, and tne employing carpenters
and manutactuiers are working with
half the usual force. The extensive
print-works of Garner & Co., at Little
Falls, Cohoes, Rochester, Pleasant Val
ley, iNewourg and iiaveretraw. were
stopped ou baturday, and ten thousand
men are out 01 employment, iho firm
paid outtive hundred thousand dollars a
mouth to employes. The factories in
other places have either slopped work or
reucea time anu wages.
Tne associated banks gaiu a million
dollars in legal-tenders to-day.
JosiaU Warren, a seaman, was com
mit'ed to prison to-day, ou the charge
of fatally stabbing Eldeu Staples, mate
of tho ship Ellen Myer, while the ves
sel was on a voyage Irom Queeustown
to tins port.
Mr. Tremalne concluded his address
in behalf of Stokes at about half-past
one, and after a short recess District-
Attorney l'helps begun his address for
S lire report 51 01 tutxry.
Shrevepokt, October 23. Deaths
to-day were: Mrs. Stone, ai?ed thlrty-
KRANKLIN Iu this city, on Bunday.Mlh
Inst., at 7 o'clock p.m of yellow fever, Tnos
1, V.. I).-....' I.. , . .. f '. 1 1 . n'lila rra
. . ,'. . ., , Tr,. o.,... .,.! SlierltTs office, Memphis, ienn,,the
Richmond (Va.) and Ilolly Hprlngs Kepoiter 1 0r October. Is73.
KTANUUING Al 'o. 13 1'eyton avenuo. on
the 2th lnn Mr.TnoMAS W. B.8taukini,
a native or England. Louisville and .MI1-
wanKe papers please copy.)
Tlie Itinera! will take place from his late
rosldenco this (WEDNESDAY) morning, ntlf
McKae, Myers A 8 need, attorneys lor plain
LEATH ORPHAN ASYLUM
O'imiEN Al his residence. Tfi Welllncton
sireei, ou mo zjuu lnsi., joii i u hkikn, a na
tive ol county Corki Ireland, In the 2)lu year
ui uls ue. '
Ills friends and acquaintances are Invited
to attend his funeral this (WEDNESDAY)
morning, at 10 o'clock.
HARTER-October 27. ITS. of consumption.
.iirs. juu.v UAHi-EH. wne oi in. riaruer.
lixuumuus (Aiiss.; papers piease copy.j
The funeral will take place this (WEDNES
DAY) afternoon, at S o'clock, front residence-
on Soulh street, near Hernando Street It. R.
RAYN The friends and acquaintances ofi
the family arc Invited to attend the funeral o'
I'athicx Ray', ton of tho late James Rtyn,
this (WEDNESDAY) morning, at 10 o'clock.
from the residence, 107 Commerce street. Car
riages at Wals.li 's, 551 Second street.
r KANKLANI) Of mellow fever, nn ft,.,
2Sth lust., J. Waivtei:. mu of A. KKrankland,
ugeu iu y uhia, i muuiii nuu o uays
Another bright aud promising Dower
plucked from tho parent t.tem, and tenderly
Uld with tears of love and sorrow upon the
altar ot our hope.
Under the eare-of an association of PROT
ESTANT CHURCHES of this city, requests
donatlons-to-asslst In providing for the OR
PHANS who-aro dally being placed in the
It has recently lost several of its most val
ued friends by tho prevailing scourge, and
funds which would otherwise have been do
natedtolt have been,absorbed byonr over
Remittances can bo made to
CYRUS JOHNSON, President,
oelS care of J. C. Johnson Co.
OWINU to the continuance of the sickness,
aud being lelt almost to ntyseir, I have
concluded to clo?e tin our ulace of business.
kr. Aiam sircei. ior ine present, wiiiopen tue
same at Its earliest abatement.
Communications addressed in caroof Hoff
man & Urban, 303 Main street, St. Louis, Mo.
will receive proper attention.
OCiU WU. fliUIK.
who denarted this life October 1ft. lxra.
vuiuK is ueau : tingiit, joyous, loving, mer-
-nearieti AnrjiK nn.s imwh rniir-i t,. tnir. ihu
svhlte-robed throng who worship around Ood'b
iinune. buo uas leu, a iana or trial for that
recion where sorrow Is unknown vltpr.
youth and beauty never fade. Let us not then
u-siciun iiappy iate, nut, extend our sympa-
"V w luuBo wco remain 10 mourn ner loss a
devo cd mother aud sister; a host of friends to
whom this bright being was always welcome.
HV thexn Hi,. l,.rtr , lit..- lr.i Inn In.mt..,.- i.tn.1
sister and adectlonate companion, endowed
11' !h AVArV 1uc4w.,.lA r.' . I .. . 1 (
....... UCOUOUIG11UIUUJ VJ . 1.1111. KUU UC
son, especially beloved by all her companions
from whom she has graduated In advance to a
be'ter life, none will cherish A morn lnvln
remembiance of dear AorciE tliat the sad
heart which renders her this tribute of affec
tion. Jlay she rest In ieae.
Her ardent, earnest eoul,
Has gone to lt reward;
"0Wsnt she reached its goal,
The bosom of our.Loid.
Thy contests are no more,
In undisturbed releaso
L pon that longed-for shore,
Oh, rent, rest thouln peace J. y.
rpHE CHURCH UOME IS PREPARED TO
X recelvo and provide for as manv orphans
as may bo sent there. Application can be
Ilev. George C Harris, No. Sis Toplar street
To No. 31 II ad tson street.
To No. 177 Be-ond stieet.
MIS5 KNA MURRAY,
MISS LOU W. TKOUT,
ocl8 Scrry and Treasurer.
lirir, anu tbat the. authority oftho.com-1 three; Ijouls Butler, ooloretl, aged for
nuu oounou m puprpmeiniiiioiicflhji.in i y-nve;
of municipal uwKon!.
Frank Garcia, aired thlrtv-flv-
Jtllza Hasnalirauk, agod forty-ll.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
y vii BratiroiTPu 10 resemme atyonr
. jl. ivwirt i 'hi miF v v r,i;ri n.-
oventno, at '7 o'clock shartvJ MattAra
l IJIIJ.UI IMII, v will iir ing
f. U. kALJTY, CiV. ' IJ,.k
St. S. JOHNBOS,
DeSoto co., Miss.
r. n. ooe
BUSBY, JOHNSON & GO,,
278 FltONT STREET, MEMPniS.
Bank. Oerman Tlntlonnl Bank, First NnUnnal
llll EVENING SIL
NEW SHADES SUKS SEDUCED,
Fine Dress Goods, Serges
DiagoiialH, Cashmeres, Sateens, Empress
Cloths, Etc., at Seduced Hates.
No8. 89 and 41 Madison Street, Memphis, Tenn.,
Represent tho folia wlnj well known and prosperous Coapaiiioa
NOBTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE INSURANCE CO
OK LWrWM? JLK1) SDIXBTrjlGIL,
Capital iukI Narplai ., r 813,000,000.
PIKE ASSOCIATION, OF PSJXA3ELPHIA, PA.
E(J UITAHLE FB INSDBl'CK C0HPAIJY, OF KA8HYILLK. TENN.
Arjn-i. .. 9r?,9oi
"iruaranca npon all ctasaea of Tiiia effksetod with facility and dispatch.
'LoBsew eioltablr ad J rutted and promptly paid.
THE OLDEST HARDWARE FIRM IN MEMPHIS
l&o. 342 Main Street, Memphis, Tenn,
Harlns a mor oompltta stock than mraal. werorrerINDUCK3fKT3 IS ITUafS
to purchasers vlsfttne our city.
latl Alpacas, 1
Black Brilliantines, Colored ATpacas,
ALSO, WATER PROOFS
ORGILL BROTHERS & CO
AX 3 DEALERS IK-
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS AND MACHINERY,
Xxx cilX IVX X3it T.X1 o rs ;
CASSIMERES FOR MEN AND BOYS' WEAR,
WHITE AND COLORED FLANNEL
Open Flannels, Embroidered Xlannels,
Fancy Plaid Flannels.
VELVET CLOAKS ! CLOTH CLOAKS !
BLACK AX I) COLORED.
N&w Styles Ladies5 Suits!
REDINGOTES, BEYERSIBLE OTTOMAN
SHAWLS AND SCARFS,
2V.XiIj -Ol-T PAWIC 2PH.IC3E3S.
STEEL COTTON GIN.
Orders boliciled. Goods not opening to satisfaction may
penac. Samples sent on Application.
returned at our ox
IME 353 NKEN
261 and 283 Main Street. Cor. Court.
We are now prepared to fler TO THE TRADE fall lines of
IN BIBBONS, YELYETd) AXU TBISUIIXG FABRICS.
Ja"0"tl02i inc3. 33.037" Goods
IN GREAT VAB1ETV.
FULL LINES OF MILLINERY GOODS
Especially adapted to the wants of Uie Millinery Trade of tills section.
TRIMMED EATS OF OUR OWN MANUFACTURE
Which will be fonnd much better adapted to the requirement of tills community than goods
manufactured in otner ciuea uy tnose wno uo noinnuersiana me wants of min secuon.
OTIW A '-. S37 Kitln NirMt.
A. 91. MARTIK.
-IMPOBTEBS AS'D JOBBEBS OF-
E. H. MARTIN & CO.,
McComlbs' Old Stand, : : :
324: Main Street, Memphis
WE OFFER TO TUK TRADE SPECIAL I DITCK1I EATS 1ST l'KICI,and lnvlleao
examination of our stock of goods before purchases are made elsewhere.
MEMPHIS ROLLING MILLS.
31. J. WICKS.
J. C. TERRY.
M. la. WICKS.
DEEKIN'G H0R4E EStJKE, lrith Its snbgtntial Iron FUlax Tor a solid tootral
support for the Gin-House. Mend for Circular, with rrlco and a largB
Explanatory EngraInr, to
OHGIZX BROS. & CO., Agents.
UULLETF8 STEEL EKDSH COTTON-GIN, : : : : $5 per saw
1L1GN0LIA LIGHT DBAFT COTTON-GIN, : : : : : giporsaw
SI SIS FBONT ST., BIE32MHS.
m m m am
Doors,Sash and Blinds, Holdings, Framing Lumber and Lattice,
109 Sc 111 Union St., below Second, MemphiH.
-IIIIJ.S CUT TO OKDEH.-W
B. J. SEIVIMES & CO.,
NO. 254 SECOND STREET, IRVING BLOCK.
CSucccssora"Io;jI. J. WICKS .t SO),
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
BAR IRON, LIGHT MIL?, ETC.
Gullet t's Improrcd Light draft Magnolia Gin Gnl
lelt's Steel Brush Gin, Dcering's Horse Poirer, Cole
man's Corn Mill, Utica Steam Engincfi, Bed
Mountain Iron Funiscis, Bay Springs
RAILROAD SUPPLIES, HEAVY HARDWARE
3VX.oliim.ory, trails, 3I3to.,
OX ilOST FAVOnABLE HATES.
No. 37 Union Street, Memphis, Tenn
lletween Main nnd Seeond.
SLEDGE, McKAY & CO.
AM) COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
I8os. S7X and S7S "SLAIN ST., MEMPHIS,
Offer to the trad of Memphis anil Merchants of the Country A LARGE Ail
SUPERIOR SUPPLY OF GROCERIES, AT PRICES AS LOW AS
ANY HOU8E IN THE TRADE, consisting ill part of
Floor of all Grade and Brands.
Sugars Louisiana, Demarara and all grades of TTIiltc Sugars
Slolasscs and Syrups, all grades and prices.
SacU and barrel Salt. .
Tobacco all grades 5 superior assortment.
Bnlb. Forlt, S. C Hams and caslt Bacon.
Coffee and Teas all grades. Bagging, Tics and Kail,
Lard Tierces, Hall Barrels, Kegs, Backets and Tlii-palls.
Wlilsky all grades j none superior 1b marked
Oysters, Canned Fruits, Raisias and Cheese, '
Candles and Soaps, at Cincinnati prices. '
And all otliorj floods Vept In a nrst-clasn OroccryIIonsc.
THE ORIGINAL "8TAUFFER"
(Introdacetl by u In 1&53.)
AM) A TARIETI OF GRADES OF
RECTIFIED AND REDISTILLED
BASS & CO.
OUR FIRST SHIPMENT
bass & co:s
In KUdo-blns of 2i Hallon irOl
arrkc, per steamer,
ur 20 ia"S.
TE ABE XOW RECEIVIXO ORBEES.
A. - KKXAKDAT.
APPBSOX & KENNEBAY.
"ViTioIesalo and KdfUl Dealers la all kinds of
BOOTS AND SHOES,
For Gents', BojaMYouths', Ladles' Mtoes and Children.
1-2 Main St., opp. Court Square, Memphis
CUBBINS & GTJNN,
160 & 174: Adams Street, Memplils,
MAHUFACTHRERS OF MACHINERY
Btoam Enslnea (portable and stationary), Kaw Mills. Orlst lUllf, ShaTtlnss, Conpllnss, PnUey,
tXiltou Iresos (McDermott'a we make a specialty), Clearing, rinloos, Gwlicro, U-Hi.
HOUSE AND JAIL ."WORK.
Qilomna, Unlet , Bills, Gratlnes. SM& VinUlatorB, Out and Wroosht-lroaiy&nee!,
, ' Oat and Wrotuhtrlroat oUs and vaults.
AIX KIXD3 OF STCIVDOAT WOIUI JMHTE PIWOTIT.
CrrrtPTS for Bnun and Iron CiuUnga. and alt Wpdi Wroashtr&on w tolted, Htga
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