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MEMPHIS -.J ESTABLISHED 1840, MEMPHIS, TE3SrMos S'tUSTDA-Y, OCTOBER 11, 1874 VOL 34 ISTO 94 THE FXPOSITIOjr. The feir m over. The agrictrittmil j ALABAMA. ARKANSAS. shrofl874hs dosed, eward have I XI rorsl Cro,. been made ami the prices distributed. AVe mast Bow.turn our attention to (be Eryw4tkw, which will be opened on jTfaurertny nxt with an eclaf such as bas never attended aay pu Wio enterprise In Meroabio. Already the indefatigable m) lotHfarent superintendent, Mr. Hateer. km put ble great bouse in order, and a warts with Dataral impatience the adtwat of the merchants, the menufae teren, tbe mechanics, and the business men, who desire: to make our annual Exposition a means of advertising their grots and wares, or bringing themselves prowlmntly before a public that te only Mmited by a territory one hundred aod fifty mites square. We urge upon ex- MMtow prompt work. Thursday is to beaholWay. The whole oity la to torn K, tm make ,tke opening of tfee BxpeaKIea a great oe asa awl a great sneaess. The people &Atfee sapfiMMed. Te mam. .an stairs and down, must oe i goods, all the available space ' ; be occupied. There must be such a ;4nw as will assure tbe public that our re- Contest Jfehn- J on, fiavnae niid Jtrown 3oot Ac- s ennui from Porter Col. M yer.'s' Kprprhnl Colombia. From our Speol-t Correspondent. I VisHvn.r.R. Tnnr. October 8. lli I eon and on Gvrmir Joliii' llirown. Spa mtM eatmat b waxing warm amono-lh. a.olranfa. bat it aaould not ba twrmttl,t tn divtfolitstr.et Ihe Democratic party, if majMtty r Tie jiemoerata in TennuiM prefer Mr Johntnn, let blm be elected; but If Htsy do not, Mr Johnson vhould b routes tin remain In orlvate 1; A very 'aloe matorttv f theDetn-teiais In lb 11 part of tbe Slate do nollnlf-naio n-nm mis uuestion to render tbe party powerifsi. i4loo 1 John H. rav- dsy wrb Johnsnu to sneak -.t Lebanon to morrow . Whether Johnson will divide ume nui avaft isconsiaereauuesuonable. afegoe upon h.sown responsibility, without otwultlnganvoae. The address ortbe Dem ocratic executive committee of the State on flatfHictal questions shows where tbe responsi bility 1 for our Mute debt. Mr. Mttynam will Had It dtfflaalt to meet the Sgui a prodneed to the eommtuee from thereporbtoftbelrowu officiMU L is undafttood that Uovernor Brown will reply, at Vaverty to-morrow, to Ez-PreMdeat Jouatos'apeMosol aHaekujmi him at-iibelbyvftto and riarfteeirtwtro. iat the charaeter f the reply wlil be no oae koow, wheitMr mild orcerere, wtietlier ge Ue or harstt. In almost every county In this part of the state PereecraUo candidate bavo been regularly nominated and In nearly ev ery InMance taey will be elected On.heseu. The Troubles In garuter Counlj The Latest or the Infutalcs or Hie EaJ leal1 rarpetbagffors; Attempt t Break. Op a reaeeabla Otm ocratlo-CongerTatire Contention Arrests Made. Sptech of Hen. A. H. (larlauil ct .Lewlebnnr. on V Woditesday Ist ' llNctT'CouTtTtnTloD. Fosttlon of tbn ArkansasOemoeracr To ward ilio Colored Ttoplo The ClTll Rights nni. l:19,attdTom llowllUKwantlmolal the Lex ington prlng racealn 1 not ottltlel.1 One and oco-elBbth railed, by Wr IJanre; aged yearai one hundred and eleven poanda: lltne.lAO: Haratofea, f One and one-elehtb tulle, rloolo. ny Con- in. ifmnnw .utj 1-111 uufl I lit) I' TtTmt'w is to be a soecees. Tbe HIU- tkui that Wey win maparttlie beat man they have made unusual ettbru in ... Vrueuiar num. rhti t iTiri , aountt position. Any other would result tn tbetr defeat. It was my good rhiuuo tbe ether day. In CblumMa, to hear one of ft u flet poUuoalspeecbej.ortheoanvafi,miuie OBtoaei li. V. M yers, a prominent lawer that place, wlo gene. ally taken very little lutenetls poliuea. It waa a aaatfilng review or Mnyrara wtioffi record, and an able dlt- eeeuon ot uie oivu rifiuu nui, and ahu a com tdirtction, aod tbey most be mis- I by the prompt work a Mosidsy . ad TtMnday of it.teadiag exbibitou. It will not do to be driv.ng saiis aatd arraoaiat: Roads on Tharsday. A I fiating aod Axing most be aoi-beti by Wade m day nibt- Krbibitors who are at ia pteee on Thursday mat be pre- I to iota the space assigned tbm : h the jn-t aod Uisineoi Mke flat of Ike maangoatoat of the Bxpositien. They advertised lot weeks that thy wte mady, acd mast not be bUrued if, after Than duy, they give ml theunoe. eapied asmoe to the firat appMcante. Themday h opening day, and evety aody nhoB'.d be ready; tboee who are ; espeet to be tbe hvers. Tbo PrUontrs at Koblle Their Com wltraeat What a Northern Cor respondent Knows AUont the Affair. Wk call the particular attentioo o f the goatlcmoc named in tbe ibi lowing ttehahi, pa - in nomination by a sort of raew-aathing,dark-hiBiera eosveattoe, meeting of self-appointed deleg.its or Meioasaod fossy eotnmittee haring ieWwh ends is view, in the hope they wSt iedividae,Hy or eoileotively avail thorn olvoc of tbe eoiumns of the Ap- pbai. to say whether or not tbey aeeept meat aomiaatton: X0.MBBR ONE. g tow CiiMjL B. Fieeee, We. X. Ran aatoa. Fiat Hi KeMtor EBtenae Etkeitaae. ntutUI ltafricactaMve To be tLled from lf!ai?i?tnlfrrr T T. ReTBOlda. Henry Cm&J.W. Doyl.UB.Beman, D. S. Mr,akjaOwH OIxob. KOyjBR TWO. i EtberMge and A. J. Kel Fmrutho Jlonttjotnery (Ala.) Advctuceraud Mall. In another column we priut two let ters, lrom one ot tbe molt prominent and re llablo contlemen In West Alabama, to whlob the altentloil ofour teaderala Invited. Tbey give ua a clear Idea o' tbo game now being played, by direction of Cbarle K. Mayer, In sumtei county, and lay bare some of the vil lainy pmctlwd undercover ortlie military autborltv ofthe United States. Bnclicocduct may tend to mafae b)anlela cower, but free born cltlten will not be driven to surrender their btrtbrlcbt by Mr. Marer. and his bn. kluxlng myrmldoua. If this vile fellow tblnka he can dragoon Sumter county Into voting for hla vtoy ntung oaoclate, Charles Hays, he will probably find ere long that ho haa made a mistake. If he thinks ho can intimidate white men, and compel them u vote lor miscegenation and aoclal tonality, lie is a fool. We old deSance to him -ml nil his dirty too's. TliareceuldocbJou of Judge Arkansas lias Anticipated Sumner, Mor ton and 15 east llutlcr, ami Feels (Jultc Comfortable. Ono and uoe-elalilU lullefc. Valinle X.ud!w. br KcIii-mi; nuryl n ImndrMl aud live lNianili: time. 1 JAU: tfarfetona. 1W(U. Odd ana fuNiuattr iiiiIcm. Krcgtowu, 1iyf iiuauiB ncoiianu, inur yean: one iiuamni ana lour pounds; ume.z :uhk; ijexiuaToii,iK7z. One aud one.hatt mllea, torn I'awllug, tty Lexington; four years: ue hundred una four pounds; time, 2:IH; tiexington, 17I. One and one quarter miles, Kroitown, by Bonnie Hcotlsuii: tour v-ars: one hundred nnd four pounds: time. SiiHii. Ononnd one-half miles, Heform, by Learn Ineton, three years, eighty-three pounds, time SI, Saratoga, J87i. Tom Howling was timed at the Lexington spring race, one and threc-ausrters miles in a.-at;-nol olUclal.) xwu mure, lruu mue, uy Lexington, tonr vears. one hundred and elgLt Douuds. Hutu 3SO, saratogo, iku. Two miles, Katie Pctike, by Planet, four vears. one nunureu anu nve nounos. lime asayi, uurraio, iki. licm iiownrK was timeu at tue Lexington priuK men, two iniiet lu not uuicill Two and one quarter miles, Ilarry Basselt! Much mommlght be said ofthliold mlulon and Its lurrouodlhKsi but as 1 may be tres nasslag u pn your space, will cloae. and go on board the Orlxola, that now lmpatlenly waits upon this bay to take me and Others to Han Francisco. Vonrs truly, W. II. T. HAtf Uikoo, Oai, AugnstZb, 1X71. EWSCOKAL. Fourth Day's l'roceedloes of the Oen- eral Coarentlon of the Protestant Episcopal Church, Mttlog In Sow York. 'SUE FAIR. Last Day at tbe Fair 0 round The Horse i Ittngt .Tbe 2Iuler litre 1 he IJolI? Taialng'. From the Little itock Uatetloot Friday. Lewis iiuita, October 7, 1874, This has been a big day In Conway county One of the largest audiences I ever'&aw assembled here to hear our noble standard-bearer for governor and other sjieakers. He v. W. C. htout was oalled to the chair, and made some uappy remarks, after which lion. A. II. Gar land was Introduced, and spoke for about two hours. Your readem may desire to know the arectlnVoulatTons hantod and eight pound., time, by Lexington, four rears, one hundred and eight pouudi, lime 3 0, Saratoga, 1S72. Two miles and a hall. Kale Peaso, by Planet, four years, one bundle! and Ave pounds, lime, Buffalo, 1ST). Two miles and three-quarieis, Hubbard, by Planet, lour years, one hundred an2 elaht pound, time, 4 Haa, Saratoga, VS1Z. Thrte miles, Moriolk by Lexington, four years, odo hundred pounds, time, 527I4, &Z3i, heats, California, lift rourmues.reuowcran, uyiAostrouan, tonr eatsuws W. M. BandolDh. Ge&ersl X. 1. wtmsaaxin. l. k. Kumgaat, Ja i. BerwsMa, J. W. Dsyle. Joan J. Dntfy, EL lsws and R. C. Daniels. Ualii we hear from tbe above named we rerraiH from any comment, eoa luaMug aarselvei with the remark, that if tfe$- fetfead to aseist in the attempt to defeat oar congressional candidate, So give aid aad comfort to the Radical candidate for governor, to assist ia the perpetaatioaof RadieaJk-m inTeiinesece, if they tiealre that earpethaggery sbaM jtaurfefe and grow rat, if tbey intend to sttvhkand daHraet tbe Democrats and Cuwiui i ntlTm of fcbelby eounty now happtlj aatied, if they woaW introduce I where hartneey prevails, ir tbey I assist in the passage of the civil lights bill, they will continue in the field hi agsporttioe to the nominees of an tajaa aod fairly eoodocted conveation. Ofhatwhe they will not. We hope ein eafiely for their sakes, so lees than for that of the people of Memphis and phalli' county, it w ill be otherwise. Otf Tuesday next the Democrats and Omsservatives of Atkans&s wili be called maato eoafrtHit the Radieak l the hM bax. AV e Uast tbey will do so tn tassote, aad that every maa who itas a ymte the blind, tbe lame and the half, ttaefc. as wall as white wili make R a petal to cast iC Their liberties and their JMare are at stake. If the Radi cal triumph Utey are undone indeed, aad may hwk far saefa a course of es ceeKe legietaWoa as will utterly ruin thoaa,aad kill tbe spirit whieh bas,up to tbas tiase, apheid them ia their esooUH tess with a ring of thieves an matched iaN tbeexpeneaeeBof nations aud peo pias. Besides this, there is the effect of a tahtJ1''Pt example ueeti Alabama, I'umii CaJaHna, IxMisiatia, and over our own State o. Teaaeefe. If the Berao etate and 0urrvative of Arkansas can pile ap a majority seventy-five, thou- swd, it wiU inpkit thr fellow ciUzes hi UeM States, aad ao vnbt eonuntMe fetaaly to a graad fueccDO. aieh w have itc leoaUing eitect upon tto Con- tervativai and Demoetats of tbe noTlS, who ase aa nobly l attaining us in tbe and on the stamp. Tbe Bemo aast Capturrativea of Arkansas, tbaa, awa tt to tbe patty tbroegboul tbe whom Uiuaa, no 1m than to thein aatvaa, to roil op as large a usjorrty as they oaa. We, therefore, impress it aftaa thrsn to vote their full strength. If Hse- tie so, it will go far to neutralize the Radical convention to assemble on Taw day at Chattanooga, aad which ex aaeto to hathi hugely upon any resalt of the uteotioc oa that day la Arkaasae. county knklnx had no warrant In law for thetr game or Intimidation, and we hope that steps will be taken to vindicate the rights of tbe citizens nnd the laws of the land-oy the prompt arrest and prosecution of every Indi vidual actively concerned In this vile, un warrantable and dastardly outrage. FIRST LETTKR. Livingston, Ala , September 30. uu iub aiuuuay our ccumy convention met ior me purpose ot nominating a county tlckit. Theie waa a ery largo attendance, every beat In the county being represented. The contest fer probate Judge was a lone one, aud, the convention being unable to make a nomination sooner, adjourned for Bupper. After supper the convention was again called to order, and tbe balloting was helm. nm.Mi- ed with, when It was ascertained by some of tbedftlecates In attempting to pass out,ihat the whole body were pi lsoners, all the doors of the courthouse being guarded uy Ftderal soldiers with tlxed bayonets. Boon afterward, two United states marshals, Randolph and Wllllford, w!th one or two Federal soldiers came into tlie house, and the proceedings of the convention were stopred, right in the act of balloting tor probate Judge, until some ar rests could on mode. Two parties were arrest edone a delegate, the other a mere spectator. There wax at the timo at least two hundred and fifty or three hundred persons In tbe oourtliouse, yet the utmost quiet and or der prevailed nntll the arrests were made, and the home released from being prisoners, when the convention again proceeded to tbe busl ness before it, as If nothing but occurred. Now, suppose that a Democratic (sheriff were to go Into a Iladtcal convention, here or else where, and stop its proceedings until he ooulrt make arrests, what a howl would be raised? Why were these arresta made at that particu lar time? These marshals had been here sev eral days, the parties arrested bad been in town almost, every day of tbe week before, they were present during the whole of the morning before the convention met, and could have been rrestei then. The reason is patent. It as done tor tbe purpose of Intim idating the whole party. They thought It wouia create a great sensation, and throw a damper over the party in this county. We have no doubt that these officers acU3d under special orders, to make the arrests at the time and In the way 1 hey did, and lor the purposes slated. But in this they were wofully mis taken. The Democrats of Sumter don't in timidate worth a cent," and tbe convention, while treating the officers of the law with the respect to which they were entitled, lost none of its dignity and proceeded with its business, and conclndod It tnat night. SECOND LETTER. Livingston, Ala . October 3. We were not aware until within the last few days that martial law existed in this county, but such it the fact. Houses are entered by United States soldiers without form or cweraony: prtvale property Is taken and carried on without leave or license, and pri vate citizens, ozalnst whom there is L not ihe shadow of a charge, are arrested with out warrant jt process oi taw. Let me give you a few Instances: A few nights ago the whole body or the Democratic and Conserva tive convenUon was put under arrest, until. In the gool pleasure of the deputy United statei marshal, be saw proper to release them; on the next night a squad of Federal soldiers went Into the country, went to the houses, and not finding the owners at home, look into their possession guns and pistols belonging to different parties. At one of the houses, which was in charge of a negio man, who was sleeping In It with Lu little son nine orten years old, lnnttempling to surround It mey awoae ine iiuie Doy, wnu became fright ened aad started to. run. He waseuotateigbt or nine time, but whether he was wounded or not I am unable to say. On the next night Marshal Randolph, with two or three soldiers and a detective, went to the house of ono of the most oulet and respectable citizen or this county, anu earrounuea nis uoase. wnen he Democratic roller since 170. Colonel Myers 1" not only a lead trie lawyer, bnt a large land ed preprfeter in tbe county, and when he avowed his willingness to pay sufficient taxes unreserve atuarulsbed the honor and credit of tbe Pttite, ft met with nnquallflei approval. He baa consented, In connection with Colo nets Jabs V. Wright, A. M. Looney. aud some others, to attend mass-meetings or the lie BtoenMy lc several adjoining eeuatles. It Is nnovrstood that tbe -tu'.e Democratic com tnlilsw will soon tuakarrangeiuenu for Detn oerfttie mass-meetlnvi In most of tbe cnunUes of Middle and ef West ToBBettee, la order to get out the tuil strength of tbe Democratic arrd Con-s-rvative party, and thereby secure na over whelming victory in November, tulttlrg nw the fleW ef pontics, I will give you some nsereaung agvviHisai stems i gui. in nanry. jWajar Akin lust tamed me that tay the nse of ; nssmvwi irapn'mmui ct nwosmrry ne could and did cultivate forty acres in corn and eight acres Its, cotton to the hand, and made Hue crops. He said tl-at Ill's vear It was very dry in blanelghborhoo .and that while his neigh bors, who had at good land as be hod and eaaaily as good seasons, were only making ten basheW of corn to the acre, he was mak thirty bushels. He said deep plowing la the Ml was the cause of the difference In his favor. He said further that our farmers needed more mules and hor-es, anl fewer bonds. Mr. Loyd Odl, in Maury county, oa oae hundred, usd Hfly acres ot land, raises oae hundred and twenty mnles and seventy five hogs. Tats ia good farming. Will we never learn that a few acres well cul tivated win rroiuce more than manvai-res badtycoltivated? All the accounts from East Tennessee in regard to the gubernatorial can vass are most favorable to For er. He has sur passed the expectations of his friends, and verrptach disappointed IheKAdiotls. I think Ibey are sick of Maynard. In his attacks ums the funding and assessment bills be is onendlng many of them who voted for both tbe-o measure, and when he accused Free man of lobbying for the lundlng-tuil as a lawyer, he made a direct atiock upon his own party, weo sustained Freeman In 1872 as an advocate or fuodlng. Right or wron?, fund las has been the Radical policy In this State. Tbe Hadleala In Maurv have nominated a eandMata for the senate who last summer wrote mine amra in favor or tbe in- tcrmarnaee of tbe races, or ratber. no-nlnst tbe aw torbfaldtng It. This same man, JamesJ stated n. tiregory, in ltni, assisted In hanging a Ufgro ijr ourmiiK a oura. ' I J is in nauicouam, A GREAT JlASUFACTU.tI. CITV Hie Growth nnd I'rogre of Hcaark, Sew Jersey A Model Railroad, the Sew Jersey tientsal. OosUMiBL A. H. Garland, Demo cratic candidate for governor of Ar- tieMvated a speech at Lew in that State, on Wednes day last. which we publish ehe waVtaa, In which be expressed tbe v4ak af hht party an the negro ques tion. M told the colored people that the aaw aoriathutton protect their teat the same as those of the that .t guarantees a good and laarisat school tyateni, and that there la now on the atu'ltt-booke of the Stote a "oirti rights bill" at, good as any ever by Mr. Sumist'r, and that he battava there was ay dfc posi tion to repeal it; Ktbete was, he should tjfjfme it Mr. Garland takes hfb and advanced grafted on this qaesttoa, ys tbe Gazette, bat it hi exactly the poatttco held by tbe great majority of tbe people af Artaaaas. W are glad to learn, as we do by pri vate latter, that tbe board ot trustees of the HaJverttty of Mississippi, n Wudneiisssy test, elected General A. J? gtowart ehaoeellor. To tbe ertfeetw of Korth Alabama and Tennessee,- as well of Miteiteippi, this will be wel- i news, ueuerat Stewart is a grau- t4m ml West Poiat, is an acknowledged aholar of great ability, a mathematician t tbe highest staadiug, an educator of gXMit experionoe, a ebrMtat). a geatle riafin. and a soWier of uobletaMed repu tation. He ia, therefore, every way watthy tbe high poaitiou of chancellor of the University of Mississippi, and we dfefe affirm will do mere to bring the oj, Iveraity up to its old-time standard tbaV any other gentleman whota tbe triaato-M could have named. Tt cxHton receipts of this city for Uto punt vvaas- were eight thousand nine jMHadresI bcu'es, an excess of eighteen liaadicif aad thirty-eight over the pre--viaas weeX- Total to date, tweaty sevan Hiounr ur 1JUBr and twenty-six. Thesa-'es Ut week amounted to asfitlj' ton thoOflCt bales, four thou Mayl af which were- purchased for Man Chester and LiverpotI aooounL Theee feete are tarnished as y tbe cotton ex Chang, an indicate anything hut a dtjli season for Memphis. waSki A etwreapandent, writing from Paris, aavt taa rnaota ue hmikw tJime. eis:in wtme hatband la bow In prtson.lt utterly tata, Vila torae cuiiaran. oeausig lor : and osktas itve loan or tbe saTnH sum f aauats. uer aaet, the ex-quten , Uvea bat a few doom away, but will i awn. set royai retauvea u. one at now aepehOlug '. AraerteaBs. There has been received in New York ' r firosn Cookery, tbe American who was .1 H IttbsV, 1U Which SSiSII: " r wsa r iiwai uu utat i am here tsffirnlr. Uvea but a f aatt IstrT1 aac, aad oc w vahca- a son. snsMlheMrKyof A .awtar prtfoa wlthosat msiis. with. .f, SM almaat In a KUTerlng ooai LavwiUfa k Mr. Cusaing Ja MaS- m Botuing be say attua .i s,e festve '. uswaatwiu The Lord w . u a .ui mm sujr sswiaitosi er late From aa Oeeasloaal Oorre.ponUenLj Xbwabk, X. J., October 3, 1874 Thtooily is a creat woricsboB. cont&lainz now aboQt oc hundred and twenty-lire tbouund HOUiK. Berore tbe war it used to make tins boaut of belnz tbe ureal vtEkshan for tlin Ktjii 1&. uxt uua. aow lnJlDthjjy beUbrit would b if tli a KouLbera Suoes mannfacturtxl more of tfa articl.s wblch their plaotera most use. aad use up, la tue proctes of agriculture. May -we net bepe lbat 1 be tide Is bow (Mlting In. m oter bKHUfe'-ra poliiie&vJ economy. In fa 9T of fttrtubtthbicg mauufinvctares encour aciug all that are eommenced In tbe bouta, JMd fostering tbem by remisaou of tax en? For the brainess mast grow tbere, an l had to grow Here. Toere must be auiaii twginniriK, and tbe early teps of tbe lnci pleat indmtry mHbt be eaounigod. Newark to-day monrna vertae loss to bet In tbe reduction or her wwlitffi u-ade. cod sequent upon tbe war and lib d.waeterfa, and lootta lncl: with lond regret to tee palmy day of the ivouthern planting yaiietn before tbe war. when there tteetned to be no limit to the .southern demand for arti cUi of orUiern manulixoiure May we not, wltbeet eaiiextalnine any ectona feel lis or Wtle metis, Mope tfiat our coutb eati maaoj actunng 2u ireate may grow hereafter in ateady pace biia lue p'jwmwi our a?ricmuirai inrerewl. which e hope and feel awmred munt wku eoraniece? X'tit soulii bas the Iron and other mt,vJa.uie coal, use water-DOweni. liie tlm ber, and nearly every other natural facility lor tmecp atftil manafactaxinaT in sre&ter nmfu n4.n thau almost aay northern locality. How looff wiil it be beioze, m borau tout hern city, w hjmv ee aeb an eipo4tton aa liat which lofiow opettlMra, wtHTelbe wonde'ingvifillor urate ujftdef one xmt JAmplOH of tbe hun 4rti'UltUBA&rl9i of ttiaiaueolt.v ? I know nopl.ct' a whichtheexpodxiouoi mdu-rlrlai arta can be held with more propriety Uittn here, ttef th l idaKtrur are aUiecad ; aod there in woedfalaitfenoe i a the fact that ewarlc'H expoaltion dtplaynonJy tbe arts to ihe &uccen!Ul prat ice of watch Newark owea br lare-effiineuoe. For nlie claims, and th" claim iaadmmed. that ?be occupies the thlrrt rank tuannn the mauuac urlmr communities rf ourtxwntry, uela: ied only by New Tor k ana rniiauunu. in can ezpoeiuon may ou nali-, pottery, ixi atNl aboes. oandy, Miread, paper box, broom and brusbett, aud the arta or g.a-blowlng, fllecutting, bair (Mioiab weavinu, turning of Iron and Ivor., rock drilling, moulding- and trimmincamonic otbern, which I muHi nui atop to enumerate. Neviuten eieAm that evM-ylhltrg that In iSMhvCac lured anywhere la made ure, and wtth bnt atlmiua iwwLaftp: of tfee ptt&ibUi tfte of tbo modern ranan3arer, I have not been able 10 deny Ue claim. Of couie m m r&t a ia auu ftaOtu r i ntr aeuttar ha mnv oot mopolitan feavlurrrs, but, of coune. aim. it bas but JttaUe of tbe air of a metropolis, it is not like New Yortiilt more like a auburbof vv Yok. and aach In Binr iMneotsltis New3k has lot own Mtburb4, and It and they .. an tt3iarboi sew i orK. inio wmcDtuej isour ever" moraine their business peoole. tfho cxd. feTZiea and ualns aa they return at night. Newark being tnu ptacea in me j. action of a tgrtma central auoaro, i man ,i 4 the moat of that position to whirh she lirf-been aaaigned by uiegradnal arowih and t. . oiMTient f eKiuimereeand mfmufacturee. lsvmk ltf really the ewaler of a vat number m bawnMfi bowns in rew jers. nu, injm Newark as a center, there now radiate Into tbe country broad aveuuea of a hundred feet in width, extending from ten 10 flfieeu mlk frou the city, eaca running through 1 la own eriea ef beautiful villages, and all pavtMl vfiih U.eetXojrateu Tel Turd pavement, Inetrn4an4ctiaelaiee avenue, the old ooun rryr0ttftaxe often rod owed, with a.l their beauty of carves and adaptation to the rolling ground. Bntoftener tbe new avenue ttboola out lor lU-eif, aad the old eiinM aud maple that lined Uie pretty country road are laid low, and. tbe new avenue ilea smooth, araded, tTtrfiight wi un.ir.u aivl we must wait a geaei-atifafi for miade-tTeeb a now adorn the jet public hat really mora favored old coun trv loud liiroaanrn all this Dart of N ew J bltey. Oa thebo avestei 14n of hore-cars run, and hv tbeae may be reached ail wa t-auuiui suburban vlliate of Orange, Kouta Orange, b-Ui U betf x.'ti pardon, for she la a city now), KiooffiflekL Mon tain, and I Montrose. Tbe XeMofd pavement ia now tue .great favorite ae$a ana jvhuj m, iur nw ixieu h auu prared Me worih over that Ot Macadam, who v, aa the great rl va! of Tellord. Here it is laid In trap tock, of which thereia an vndiehri up ply In tbe tower end of tbe FaiUade range, known a Bergen High Is. After ekoavating tbe roadtotM to the reqalred width, the rock ia Unit laid tn block 1fce that ued m the Kufia and Belgian pavemeBits. Ob the top 1 laid a oourae of rock a fclte wnalier; then aa.oiir antl anottaar. each in turn naul aae -unner coarse lis A, of the stee of lare gravel. The sole belns laid to an eraM imtda. in thtvn i jviitu aou pacseu wiin a neavy ateam roi.er ; A bard tlrui, hinootn road ih titan obtained. wtii,lBi the manner of lu construction, oaa, by tiae only, teme more cloaely and flfly paeked. It xsdtf-ty in s dry time, like ail atone load-, but its dust izivea a minimum of o&ene to even and no-en, aud a ratln packs It hard, rm and suooth mt. Itmakexa, moxlei turnpike road. Aad now I am remind ed of New Jersey's model raUroad. the Cen tral ravUroadof New Jrey. Alt western and aonlhera people have haaDd of tha AUantown route between New York and the wt. a aaiW wiilUi divergu from tbe Feiinaylvanja aiallrom4 loj'sites i s AJ)ni4wi4and Ba ton, by the mi! dSftycX route to Naw Yvrk. etta Ow ing to JIaHgreniea between Hie ( antral and the Fetiubyflvflnla ruHroad luanierv, toe route, as a ihrougn -route, is abandoned. Tbe Ceatral tuanag n have u w taiued ibairat tention wward to toe peiiectiugof a model railway llna Cor local travel, i hair Una .runs rrom Ne Vtrk and Naavark vt BtftsbeUi and ialnid Ui Hion.mmime mp to h high vintlay to tte Anri;,di rgtM of eaatern Pnnlvau:a Tim sMiir owns lm me&ae co.ii lands, and Im eai'trade Is meat, with the colored aeonle. Tliere he been so mucu misrepresentation of the posi tion of our party on these maiters, and so many raise siaiemenia uiierou in rexeronco 10 them, to place ouraelvts nght before tbe world the views of our standards bearer should be known upon these important points. MH. GARLAND'S SPEECH. In reference to the attitude ofthe colored people In our State, I wish to say this new constitution which I am discussing recognizes to the fullest extent every right the colored man has now under the contltu Ion of Ifeti, as well as the laws made in this State under thatconjbtltntlon. Yon all knowtbttheop pouenisoi iub present move in wnicn we are enstued predicted that when the constitu tional convention intt in Little Uock, last Julj', it would be but the assembly of kuklux or white leaguers, and tbey would at once proceed io uute iiom ine coicrea man every ngni ne uaa nnuer cxisung laws, anu even put him hack into slavery. But the Dronh eclea of these Imprudent and misguided men proved to be wholly unfounded, and thlrau be shown In a very few moment, ifyou will only bear with mo. In thehecond aud third sections of Article 2 (declaration .ot rights). uie oquiuuiy ui cue cuiureu luau ueiore thelawlsdlstlnetly announced for all time, and no citizen (not merely white, but any and all citizens are thus protected) can ever he deprived of any right, privilege or immu nity on account of race, color or previous condition. This is the plain and unequivocal language of the new constitution, and by it the co lw red man la secured In his rights to the same exivut mat j. am, anu 11 j. am me execu tive to enforce that constitution, ho shall havo his rights as completely as I shall have mine. Again, section iwemy-even oi ine same article prohibits forever slavery or in voluntary servitude In this State, except as a punishment for crime. There, now, the col ored people were not put back into slavery! And really, my fellow-citizens. If there is a man in Aruau&as mat warns to put them back Into slavery, I do not know who he Is, andlsuppoaelknow as many people in the State as any other man in it. I do know, for one, I would not. If I could, reduce them to slavery aaa i zoo w, jonoer inan mat, in am your governor, and the eUortismade. 1 snail u$e all tbe DOwer I have under this cmi- Btltutlon to prevent it- So, now Itappears our prophets in ine Jana were not well informed on these points, not further vet. Artlcl d (franchise aud elertloo, ne nulls the col. ored man to vote under tbe same rules and regulations It permits me, aud places It be yond the power of the legislature to change this, as it forbids the enactment of any Jaw wnereuy in is ngm snail do lmpaireuorior f el ted, except for tbe commission oi a felon v at common law, npoa lawful conviction there of; and this apnlles to colored and white vo ters alike. Aud while I believe no legislature will undertake to limit or abridge this right of the colored man differently from the bame right of tbe white man, I know If the attempt Is made It will not receive my anclton. It Is ime, li noi wor-e. 10 talk of hulldlnc and keen ju uyiNuuibiu iniiicuuuiry upon mere uis 194. Saratoga, lbU. Four miles. texlueton. by Boston, five vears. one hundred and three pounds, time, UlJ, New Orleans, 1851. IUtOUALOAV. Card from Ibe Senator and Ex-Governor M'ithdrawtou: from (lie Congres slonal Canveuiton. A Can on oil KltuaHftm X HUp nt Hlfflf Church Pattr-The PnWI cation of a Ujmnal. tbe IuTlfatton to Attend the English Church Congress I'rorUIon for the . Senior EUliop. He U'lIhdrAwa lo I'revcut tlio Ierffon of a Democrat, hut will Continue lo right His Civil llfgnts Bill. The follow I ne Is the card of Han at or Bro wnlo w withdia win g from the coogrehHlon- race iu uiesecoau uutinct; To the Voters of the Second Congressional Ehzht days aco I announced invi-eH as a candidate for contcresa. At that time a content was being waged, and had been car ried on for months, between two Hepubllcau candidates and thtir friends, which from its character had dlssat'sned many of tbe ot-st men oi me party wan doiu t-acdiaaies. At the reonest ol inch Renntillcans. ah aln at lha soiiciiaiion ot Home oi tne uest men of tue o) poslte rartv. who deMred In mv election to se the people of the district give a more emphatic rebuke to the civil rights bill than tbey could otherwise do, I became a candidate. blnce being a candidate, lion. L. C. Uonk. one of the Hep a bl lean candidates, has with drawn from tbo contest In mv favor. In so doing. Judge Houk has shown his personal ineuuMiip ior me, out. mvre especially xias ne vindicated hl&dfvollon to the prlnciclea he faai profeAtt. Meanwhile, the divisions i'i the Hepuim:&n ranks have beensefzd upon uy cenain ueraocrauc poiuiciuns as an open- iuk to eject une ui lueir own numuer. enai who atmErly etrormouaL there being al cntst a cxm Unuous Huceetaloa O- coai-tralnM paaaloe aast ward to tbe vattt -.oi. -docks at Klizabethriort, and of empty eoai-cars yeaunitng. But I in truded to speak more of the art angements for the convenience and comfort of passengers. The load now haa a doaWe-trjkl steel rails, three to each Uwk, thus avoomn9daung both broad and narrow-gauge cars. Tbe-e Waakwaara to ba aalA doubled, aa s Lo lurn&h dcwblt treeka for each tbe paaefiger end Ireigit traffla. The company own a strip ol land ou aactt bid of 11 rail way of about two huadr-d faet wide, alon whieh it s laying out a boalevard on aah aide, and It Is thus eoab ed to .urnih bulidiag JU to all who desire to porchaae At each of the xnauy statioos MhBCompaiQ buiid a u.at a'd put fol najsaeagerpooadi, and la-s out on taeh aide of the road a beautiful park, with trees, flow eats, green award and fvhr abbacy. As far aa pos sible every country road and village street 1 made to pass over or tindr the railway track, thus injuring safety to toth railway pasaeu gera and tra 4tcr on tbe dirt rood, and also a greater rate of t-peed ior the train, The traekwa and rolling stock are of th beat and fares are cheap and cow mutatiou liberal to regular trav elers. "While efftsci'n al these Improve ments, and vSacfng mtf-i tllHtraJity toward lu uaveltog pairoiM, tl compaiajr is still eo abksl lo make regular dlilend to iU. stock boldeia, not larg In amount, but enough o be encouraging For the ability to achieve s? rnctch asooceahfuily , the t-ciuuany Is largely, if not mainly, Indebted to the skill and pro fessional genius ef Its auertB(4dnt aud cnieC esglnear. Colonel BoWt H. Kickei, whom the Art'HAi. repreaentativeknewmany years ago aa a moft flnlahed dvtl enxlneer ad thorougbiy practical railroad manager. Hhhail lsAatfl In fhn amrilnv nf thic anmnan v rr several yeflra, ai.d his Arrloea are nppre- elaHti tye eempie'e eonmiefieeof thedi- j. puicnib oi a large salary, er &40icle;t- ianagat th rtjlorms ana. lmnrvpuHKiw t-f g-vuw t nave hm isaugarMed, tba y&tfe of tbo landed prapettles of the conwiOijr, Ml4e of the toe laud oomBtUsloner's ddioe, soed and safety of trains is Uie rnie, and tbe road la a great favorite with all riostes, being teeraed ry ute owner, ot tbe road. tn. resident along tbe Mne, and tbe travettng cunimuaity gene raUy. a? a mods. raUfoad . A- WSEL. The MkManJ railway company in England hot resolmd to dltnasfi. with ste-osd-OMM pAstangtr-ooaehes oa Its Ha, and will take tbem OS Bext J aauary. , got uo in the morning be found that his rrem ises were euatded all around. Aa soon as he hod dressed he opened the doors, and ICau dolph and hit soldiers and the detective came In. The gentleman was told that bo was a ptlsonor, and ordered to cross his hands so that ne could be hondoufled. He demanded thelriiuthorlty lor his arrest. UandolDh verv significantly tapped his muskets, and re marked, "This is my authority." The gentle man told him that he knew enough aboutlaw to know that he could not be arrested lu tbat wsy. They then accused him of harboring murderers, and, alter Insulting him in the most outrageous manner, left, admitting they had no right to arrest him. Ihe de tective, who is consorted with the poetofnee department, afterward apol ogized for his rudeness, out said that some of his plans hod been frustrated. and he was in'd, etc. On yesterday morning un old gentleman who resides some distance in tbe country, wishing to come to town on some business, concluded that be would take an early start, lie was met oy a United States manthal with a squad of Federal soldiers, who halted him and aked him where lie was going. lie told them tbat he was on bis way to Llvlrgston. They told him he was 'ou' rather too early," and took him prtioner, and beld him for several hours; would permit him neither to come on to town nor to go back ho ne. Now. are not Marsbal Handoiph and his tools drawing the thing a little finer Cn not a Cnlted folates inarsnal be proceeded against for lalso lmntisonmeutT We shall see. Tbe Radicals and their coadjutors lu tbedlrty wuis uerearu very inucil Ulhappoiureu; luey expected to find armed "whllo leaeues" all over tbe country, and that any arrests mode by them would be at great peril, llut arrest. huve been made without trouble, and every thing moves aiong as quieuy as 11 notntng bad happened. Indeed, I am sstl-Ued that In order to get the parties who have been arrested to Aioblle or Mont gomery, notMng more was nectrcry lo.'j u uotuy luem oi uie time sou place they were wanted.they would have respooded promptly. I. was Known that arresU would be mode on tbe day ofour conveation, yet two of the three who were to be arrested were hereon ay One of tbem was a delegate lo .the county convention, but neither made the least eitort to get out ot tne way. uiner ar rests will, no duuot, be made for as the elec tion draws near, greater efforts will be mode to "lniimldaio" and kuklux us. Parties ar rested here are carried to Mobile to have a preliminary examination, notwithstanding there are thnie United States commissioners In this county at tills lime. Ittmmentls un necessary. TltirtD LfeTTEK. Livingston, All, October 3, 1874. We are having a perfect reign of terror here. United Htatat deputy marshals aod detectives are miking arrests which, to roo.t of us, ore iuootrjpreeen&lble lu some cas s "muskets" being ibe only au'liorlty as Marsbal Ran dolph put i;on oae occasion. The sheriff Is lovsed np, a prlsougrin bis own Jail, the keysof which are In possession of tbe marsh 4.1a, or of tue military, at their instance. Ne groes ore being arrested by bands or negroes (on the authority of the marshals I presume), aud imprisoned. No oue knows who may be the next v etlms. As Is so often the case, the Innocent sutler wltn the guilty. Unr circuit court should commence on the nineteenth, out with tbe sberltr locked up In a cell. It will probably be "Jiat our ctmrt cannot be held, iet our canvassers plolpre our condition to the people of otherparu of tbehtate. TIIH PBU50NER3 AT MOBILE, Mobile, Ala., October 8. In the trial of the Banner connty prisoners berore I'nltMt Hiis Commissioner filllette to-day. lor the killing of W. P. Billings, Stephen Ken fro and Charles Bullock "sere cotniniUed without ball. Philip A. Ulllman was dis charged, but will probably be arrested on an other charge. Be was arrested the first time by epaty-jiarsnai itouaoipn, wiiuugiswsj rant. The commissioner. In giving hU opin ion, said it wools) be unbecoming in mm aa a nniied Hiatal oominhwloner. lo pass upon the constitutionality of the enforcement act, as tne attorney-general oi tue uuiku uime, uu Instructed his general officers and marshals undent. The only witnesses to the killing byaeienaaniswere two wauuenuguegrues, who had nil nermanent emnlov merit anu who contradicted each otnei in many essential particulars. Eignt or uep witnesses oi uuiui pcacbablo integrity swore to anat'-tof both prisoners. Tbe prostoutor swore iat he tlis.1 told what he knew to lOngressman Charles llrtn. in Mdulgomery. The commissioner, Ulliette, is a candid tu for nomination for probate Judae, beVore the negro county con venUon, now os'eiMbjed la this city. After argument in the ot to day, and at about half-past two in the aiteiooon. tbe commissioner rendered a decision commit ting llsnfro und Bullock to Jail without ball anddbsharelng lililman Ihec minlstlocer refused to 5ujr Into the constituuonallty of the law, and bued bu decision upon the fact tbat while the evidence wtablisblng alfdfrln the ease-of Kenfro and Bullock was strong, there was testimony enough to Justify tbe oontmlUAl. After tbe decision, and belore It was carried Into etrect, the United states dls-triet-aUonuy asked the commissioner to hold Ulllman uutU a new afflda it, charging him with whipping Wilwa Doyle, could be prepaiedand a warrant oiuids Jje Issued for uls arrest. This the commissioner lernsAd tr do. Subsensently, and while at perfeoilib. eriy, Hill man told the United States attorney ue wui, apppsr at uve in me atiernoon ana give ball W answer tbls new charge. A NEW YOttK TRIBUNE UOttREiPOND EST O.VTUE SITUAII 0J. New York, October 8 Tbo THiutto sept a correspondent to Alabama to lnvesti itrta tha noorts of tbe outrages on Republi cans In Unt HJJite. Ills first letter, dated Montgonier,. Octobar Jd, Is published this morning, aod contains the Allowing: "i know nothing pa rsonoUy of Uui corulltfon of tbe disturbed counties. I shall go to them lo s day or two, bat aa far aa I have beun able to investigate, 1 have found that the administra tion journals and administration politicians havu grpsajy slandered tbe pedple of this HUf. Tbe party press on botn aides la Very bitter in pollUeal aoajroversy, but Ko- Sablicaa paper, are Just as obtiauclatory of icir opponents ag those pablisbadlu the In terest of Uie Democratic party, and It is not lru- tbat the latter have adVlred, or do now advie. their friends to resort to Intimidation or tielenae. The authors of some of theee slanders tbat are destroying Uie credit of the Bute and driving away Immigrants, live In mistily, ami t uo not wonaersuey tvo trsatea withfiontempt. The say tbey are ostracised, but tbey put through the streeta without moitaii.tion or insult, and I have the word of blgb JiepAlican pWcloia bre that toclally aod in basineas relations, honorable men, no matter what thoir colltlca, are trpated alike except by a lew wortblas. fellows wboe ao? clcty nobody desires." Unctions of class or color, and those woo preocu it or insist upon it t rear nave not con- sldered well tbe iiutstloa In one-half lu bearings, and I teel that our people are now tar above and beyond any such silly views or uucixinf, anu in the liberal spirit and meaning of this constitution 1 shall at all times discountenance and combat auy such positions. The list is hot yet com plete, iiwimitiieioia uisiour menus in tne convention trould take from the colored peo. J ne uiu ueueuis oi common scnoois. ?nis, Ike the other predictions, was not verified. Article 11 of the constitution (education) IUUM.BO i. uuugaiury upon uie legislature to provide by taxation tor a system of such schools for all persons lu tbe Htalo between the ages of six and twenty-one years: and the tax proviaea tor in section three or that ar ticle, under proper and Judlclons manage ment, will build up aud secure a good system of free schools In this Htate, aud especlully will this be so when taken In connection with the tax the general assembly may authorize the school ulslrlct to levy by a vole of the qualified electors of the district. And all these taxes under this constitution are to he held and appropriated sacredly for school pur poses alone. There is no provision in inis constitution l will more cpeer fully and readily bring to the atton lion or ihe legislature, with an mrnnit recommendation that it be. carried into effect. tuau una. a system oi scnoois oi this kind Is an absolute necwl!y in our Slate, and its advantages and blessings are beyond ail cal culation, aud bevond all nrtt. Anillmiil them for the benedt or all the children alike, colored and white. These benefits are as ts- seuuai to tnem in a government like ours as are their victuals and clothes: and lr there lives a man who supposes lam not In favor of scuuuiiug tue coioreu cniiureu, ne is sadly in diiui. i wiau meui ui ue euucaiea up to tne very highest point iiosslble, that tbey may know, as well as men can, how to meet and discharge thoe great duties that devolve upon them on account of the change In their condition in society. It would be a cruelty. If not a barbarity, uot to provide tbem with means equal to those for other children, at tui uut uuu ujuu id our country 't History: and if. In tnis race of education, the colored b"ys larn better and faster than my boys. I will not cry at all, nor will I reel the least jealousy, but I will still be ready to afford them all facilities I can to climb to the very highest education ihev oin mh. sibly reach. Klx years ago, lu this very place, I spoke for peace, and order, aud law as I now speak, and then I said tbe col ored man Is a necessity here; that no one conld stand this cllmaUs and make our farms as valuable as Ihenegru, and while he was a necessity to us,we were the same to liitn; that our Interests were in the same channel, and we had reciprocal duties tn be performed toward each other: and now to-day I repeat It. with more connde-ice.tr ru-inKihle. tiian t 'then uttered It, Ar d I want the x lored man and ourselves to understand this, and then our relations cannot to disturbed by bad lu- nuences and vicious tesclilnes- And as a means of bringing this about, I know of none more efficient than this systom of schools ol wuicu l am speaking, it would be useless, 11 . unu mw .i in it. uj uinvuis uiu gentrm au van tages of schools of tbls kind they are now KuvDmiMifUQu an persons OI even lair reaa ng are familiar with them; and to bring tho-e advantages to our bttate I will be ready at all times to exercise all tbe power I may have as governor under this constitu tion. But I hear it wbi6pered round and about tbat the southern Htates.and Arkansas among tnem, are to oe overhauled by con gross tbls winter, aud In some way recon structed, because the colored mau has no law giving him civil rights In those States. Upon lu'.s pretext we are to be upset and worked over. My fellow-citizens, one and all, upon tbls proposition Arkansas is at boinu und quite comfortble. In the acts of the legisla ture of 1S73. pages 15-19 iNo. 12), we have a "civil HRhta bill," which 1 now In force-almost a copy, if I mistake not, of the hill Mr. Sumner shoitened hit lire In vainly trying to get congress to pass. Ir congress next winter can get up one more definite, more minute, and mote specific in giving rights to the colored mau, I would be pleased lo look upon aud observe It Tnat act Is now lu foice, as I said, and I know of no oue who wants to repeal it, and certainly I do not wan t It repealed, and will not favor Its ro peal.and leo hope. If our opponents do star la this direction before congress, tbey will call attention to ltdlrectly. If there is any complaint with and among our colored friends as to the terms of this act, or ailo its not be. lug enforced, I have not heaid or them.andl am persuaded there have been none. Then taking the wholellst ol our relations with the co.ored rice In Arkansas, where Is there ground for complaint? Anl did not the con vention which framed this constitution deal oa plainly and liberauy with these people, in distributing the offices of that body as it did he whltesTAs this constitution speaks so does the platform of the partv 1 represent here speak out in no uncertalu or Indefinite lan guage, and lr elected I mean to be true to that filalform and that constitution In spirit and alter, and every right beld by the colored man shall be "as carefully handled and. pro tected at tbote of Uiu white citizen, and I mean to show thews Imprudent anil misguided friends of the nejro here that their charges and accusations agalusl its are uojun aud groundless, aud tnat we deserve uo such flings, and I will hope every day they will live to retract and repent of all such evil de clarations. Colonel Garland was frequently applauded. lu the greed for place the gteat issues of civil rights and an eqnltsb e sys tem of flufmee, which would re lieve the distressed and impoverished south, have been foirotten. They have mathemati cal!) calculated t be divide of tbe Republican vote oetween noun, inornuurgn una lirown low," and "between Thorn burgh and Brown low, so as to elect one of our men." and ar rived at the conclusion that the election of oneof theirown numberlsen assured resu't. I did not announce myself for congress with tbe view of dividing tbe Republican party si a to elect a Democrat, who would have no Influence wnen he got to Washington. Mv lime Is too valuable to be occupied In that way. Therefore It Is that I now with draw from the contest. In doing so I return mv heartfelt t banks for the assurances or sup. port which I have received from old Repub lican friends, aud from many valned citizens who have heretofore aitxered witu me. ui tbls latter ciats I have to say that their course toward me Is a source of sailtfacllon. It aug. ei swell for the country that there ate luthe district brave aud patriotic meu who have shown .iheuiselves capable of rising above party, and doing that which they sin. cerely believe to be for the best interests of the country. I shall continue to fight the abominable civil rights bill, and all such sec tional, class legislation, but 1 will do It inside the Republican party. The platform of the Rspubl'can Hlate convention is sound on civil rights, and on this platform the Repub llcan candidates, from Maynard down, will. tbey deserve, carry tuts autrict py several thousand majority. This is my prediction, and I put it In opposition lo that of the small politicians who believe other wise and who .really know nothing of the district. When I again have occasion toad, dress the public, i expect It to be through the medium of the Knoxvllle Wlrfg, where I will be antrammeled and can speak with a? much effect as I could as a member of con gress. . W.O. BROWNLOW. ikJiOXTlLLE, uctooer, 13. 1. AX INCENDIARY DONE FOR. A Jfntro I'reaclicr, who Intended .Unr- der, Bobbery ana Anon, ICIIIcel in tnolIoiiM or bis In tended victlmi. AM. AUOUT TUE TURF. (.losing; Scene or His Fall Met ting of t lie flathvllle Bloudbor.e Association. Record of the Fljerx Over Hie Turf The Ileal lime Yet Hade iu America. JfASiiviLLR. October 10. The alxth and last day of tbe fan meeting of tbe Nash ville bloodliorse association, tbe attended ance was very large. FIRST RACE. Maxwell bouse stake, for three-year olds, twenty-five dollars entrance, play or pay, lour hundred added, closed with twenty entries. The following started: R. II. Cheatham's b. Vanderbllt,),!; J, B.Malones ch. g. Tho Modoc, 5, 2; liob IricclL'scli. cKIng I'lnn.i!, 3; K K. Alcott's cb. t Orphan Qlrl, 3, 4: Lo gan & Brace's ch. f. Boroman, 4, distanced ; W. 1L Gordon's oh f. Vslentlne, distanced. Time, l:iiy.,l-iM. The poois sold on tbls race be 'ore the first heat, averaged: Orphan Girl, tUO; Boroman, tl2i; Vanderbllt, $; Old, . Alter tbe first lirat, Vanderbllt, 130: field, J7o; Orphan Ulrl, J71 ; Boroman, SVi. SECOND RACE. Mile and a half dash, for tbe association purse or SXO; Captain James Franklin's b. m. Arizona nrt, D. rswigerfs eb. c Elkhorn sec ond. A. Keen Richards' b.f. The Nurse third, and Major B. U. Thorns. ch. f. liszen fourth , tlme,2:i2X. The pool, sold un this men av eraged: Elkhorn, Wr, Ailtona, 511)0; The Nurse, 178; H azen.M. THE THIRD RACK was for a consolation purse of S250, mile heats, for beaten bones. General J. P. Robinson's b. e. Astral: 3. 1, 1; A. lurner'a b. c. Veloci pede, 1, , if feneral A, Uuford's ch. c Kll burn. , t. 2: li.Vf. Anderson's ch. e. Rod Jackson, i, &. t; Robert Scott's b. f. Lady Greenfield, S. 2, 5; time, liirjj, iil9," 1U9J4. The pools sold on this race previous to the first hat aa follows Ited Jackson, JIM; Ve locipede, ttSS; Astral, t;00; Lady Ureenfleld, tig; Kllbnrn, S3J. After the first heat Veloci pede sold for J3I0 and the field I35. After the second heat Astral sold for tioa, Velocipede for 150, and the field lor 5C TIME. Several alterations In the record of the beat running ;tnje Jiavjng been made at the various meeting this summer, tbe follow ing table Is tna4e with the proDer'corrections to dote: The oonimlaaloDers'appnloted to In vestigate tbo facts relative to tbe recent a, leffed murder of five Osace Indians bv Kiu. sa. militia, bave submitted a report to the corsmlssiouer of Indian affa'rs. T)uy Cud tnat tbe aiiaca on in. inaians was unpro voked and utUily unjustifiable, and presume that when the atteuUon of the authorities of Kansas Is called to tbe evidence In tbe caw, they will not besltate to direct the return ol the property captured rrom these Indians' and it la reosmroended tbat In any event the fc-eyorniosnt of the United States eboald see Kit the Oaa jet are reimbursed, One-nalfrnlle, 0Utipa.by Leamington, two vcarsj nlnefy-seven j ounds, time tT, Harato- Three-quarlersof a mile, Madge, by Austral- .,fe,Sptlng,'ok t-ecoDd btetj.by Ans tralian, four years, ono hundred and elcht pound?, Urn. 1 :t25i, Uuca, 1871. 6 pus mile. Nell Flaherty (second heat), by Eiilemao. ajed. one hundred and twelve rounds, v-lmc. l Al.. CidlfJrma. h. twelTe One mile. Urev PimiAt h.6rV. d CTe r W1d to have run the flrat mlie & the cup rac at ftarahjgS 1 NASitviLLE.October 10. Tho Banner of this morning publisher two longcommuu lcaliou-, detailing the particulars of a de&per- aie encounier ueiwuen uoe itavagwi, a negro preacher, anu ur. uuy, at the reMuence ot ri mon Hhy.neitr Franklin. on tbe nicht ofthe elehtnln&tant. An attempt was made to lire the residence of Jl r. Shy, on the nineteenth of pepiemoert uy some unknown party, rue communlcaUoa aavs the facts were immedi ately communicated to Governor Brown, who otfeied arewAid of five huudrad dollars for the arrest and conviction of the perpetrator?. to wnicn rewaxu ur.j.a. ouy, tsunoi oimon fibv. added the sum of two hundred and flftv dollars. Ever since the attempt nothing has been left undone by the family and menus to ferret out the villain and brine him to Justice. A negro detective from Nashville dome uays since appearcu in ine neiguujr uooa uisguisea as a laoorer. ana louna em ployment at wood-chonpinir with Quite i number of other negroes. By adroit ques tioning, aided bv Information received from a colored woman In the neighborhood, he was led to suspect that one Joe itavages. a negro preacher, vrho lycd on the farm of Monte ogiesby, adjolniuic Mr.hy,was the man lor wnomhe was searching Accordingly, by In- sinuaung uimseu imo iuo con cue nee oi joe. he learned from him that he indeed had made the attempt. He remarkc t that he had failed, but the next time he would make better work, immediately It was agreed tnat Joe and tbe (to mm) unknown ueiecuve were to combine, aod on Thursday night proceed to old man fciby'a and effect an entrance, when Joe was to proceed to the old foiks's room kill them, and then rob and burn the house. Dr why was In formed of the plan by the detective and accordingly repaireu lonis jaiucrs uuuxjuu i.nmu:i. nlizht. accomDaUiied bv Mr. J. A. Cavceand Mr. lhumpson Allen, of this place, for the purpose of soe ng the thing well dona. They barely arrived in time to arouse Mr. aud Mrs. ahy, who live alone, and inform them of what was to ink" place. When the villain, loiiowea oy uie ueiecuve, eniereu menouse by the front door. Dr. tthy, who was near by, heard the murderous victim remark in a whisper to tho detective thai he would firat proceed up stairs and kill the old folks, se cure their money and then flnlbh the job by firing the house. As he was proceeding to the stairway to carry out his hellUh design, Dr. Bhy opened ere upon him. The first shot, the doctor thinks, missed him, when the negro levelled a pistol at the doctor and snapped It at htm, and then closed In on him, the doctor firing rapidly all the while. A hand-to-hand struggle ensued, the negro vainly trying to thrust his pistol into the lace of his antago nist, and tbe doctor having emptied his pistol and caught tbe weapon of the villain with his other hand, was pelting htm over the head With the butofJilspisloL At this stage Messrs. Caceand Allen appeared and commenced firing, when tho neato unloosed himself and made for the stairway. A double-barrel shot gun waa fired by Mr. Allen and repeated by Dr. Shy, and Joe Kavagcs fell a corpse In the parlor of his intended victim, hla body per forated with pUtoi balls and buckshot. Dr. .Shy, in tbe scuttle wa shot through the hand, by one of his own party he think, but except ibis, although the negro flrtd twice, no dam age va done to the inmates. An inquest wai held by Corouer W. K. iiaynes ou Friday morning, and a verdict returned in ac cordance with theabyve statemtut. SAX DIEGO. IU Bay ami Position AUracUve Mte for Great City Ihe Future Klval of Kan Francisco, From an Occasional Correspondent. Editors Appeal At six o'clock this morning, the Pad tie mall steamship Oritabas arrived at the wharf In the bay of ban Diego, lrom Ban Francisco, with tbe mall andalttrge number of passengers. The wharf extends six hundred yards out In tho bay, and on this wharf there is a railroad track on which the passengers, freight, etc., are carried by a sin gle horse to the main shore, lrom where you can either walk or ride to auy part of the city, according to Inclination. For my part I went up to the Horton house, which is a fine two story building, with an observatory on It that affords a fine view of the bay, and as far as the eye can reach out on the Pacific Ibis is a most beautiful natural site for a city. It is situated on a gradual slope, which extends back about a mile to a second platau of the Meca land. The streets are wide and regular, and level, and the ground is as hard as need bo. Mr. 0. Dunnaru kindly took me in his turnout around and through the city. The town is scattering, and here and there is a nice residence; but they are built as if the owners are afraid to risk much on the fulnre of the city, and the few business house are the same way. The popu lation ia about twenty-five thousand, and nearly all Americans, that have come here in the last few years, and many of tbem for their health. This Is not the hot climate that I expictedto find it, but on tbe contrary, Is mild and coulble, there are some times la mid-summer tbat from nine to twelve, the san comes heavy alter then the soa winds come and cool the air, and It Is pleasant the balance of the day; and nights are cool enough to sloep under winter covering. At the time the sun comes to heavy at the some time there Is more of tbat oppressive heat like you have In your climate, but in tbe shade Is cool and pleasant as one could wish. The bee cultute is being carried on quite ex tensively, and honey has become oue of the commouitien for shipment fr m here to tbe eastern markets. 1 saw one houe packing honey to elilp by rail to Chicago, lie told me that ne sent off a car-load every week, which Is two tons. Tnere will be one and a half mil lions ot pounds of wocl shipped from here this season. I saw one ware room with fifty thousand bushels of wheat ready for fchloment to Kurone. Theie are hut little fruits raised here, andj WUR. HJCJ1 SOli IB BUlirucu 11 lU ?aVU X railCiftCU. The country back cf ihla Is not adapted to agriculture, and there is little raided. Hits is the best year that has come la the four years past, for there are late and abundant rains in ihe spring that enable! grain to do well, but with out ram or water to irrigate tue i&nus nothing is made. The lands are held by speculators In large ranches, and in consequence of their high prices, and haying no way of getting wa ter to Irrigate with, the land-hunter wilt not invest: consequently the country will remain unsettled. Bheep-ralslDg and honey-raising are the only basinessi-hataman can look to with any degree of certainty nntll there is a better prospect for water. The tropical fruits will grow to perfection near thu city when there Js no frost, ff thftr ftan find water to ir rigate them, u is very hot away from the Bea-breeaie,andatFortuma. wheie the two great roads form a J unci lea, it is hot and sick ly. I am told that one man died there, went to the next hot country, and the change was so sudden that hp wassent back at Fort xuma. On being asked what he pame back for. he re plied that tho change waa so great he had come back after his blanket. The truth of this I do not vouch for, but give it as I get It. Tho old Ban Diego mission, standing out from the city five miles, waa the first a&tUlng ot this place by tue Span ish. In the year 17(5, and. like other missions of Lower California, la planted out In the tropical frnlta. There are olive trees here tb at date hick to the foundation of Ihla mla-lon, FOUUTiT DAY. New York, October 10. At the re- lieioua servicea, Ihla morning, of tbe general convention ol the Protestant Episcopal church, tbe congregation was not as large as UMial, owing to heavy rains. The committee ortbeconecrallonof bishops reported that they had examined the papeis In the cases of Itlght-lteverendslS.It.Ve.lj, bishop elect of thedloceseor Wisconsin, and George P. Hey mour.bishOD elect ofthe diocese of Illinoii. and tbey had found that all theruleaand can ons bad been compiled with. They therefore submitted tbecnsiomary resolutions, declar ing that i ha committee approve thetestlmo vt I u 1 a nf tttsMK ndrttm ntirl nrruasVl tn si an fn a i I nrnptr certificates, to be forwarded to the nouseoi oisnops. This report was placed on the calendar, to oe uuten up iu iinoraerioraciion. The committee which had been appointed to collect fund for the churches in Chicago which had suffered by the fire, reported hav ing co II ec tod fifty thousand seven hundred and fourteen dollar-, which, with the excep tion of two thousand one hundred eighty nine dollar, retained for the Church of tbe Ascension, bod all been distributed among tho churches. Clothing and other necessailes bad also been distributed, of which no men tion had been made In the report. Memorials from th dioceses of Mlssoorl, Mississippi, Minnesota, Arkansas and Ver mont, with regard to tue Nlcene creed, were referred to the commit lee on the prayer DOOK. Memorials from Pittsburg and Texas, atk ingtheconventlontotake stepifor the estab lishment of a court of final appeals, were re ferred to tbe committee on amendments to the constitution, to inquire if any ahange were necessary in the constitution to create a court of appeals. The committee on canons asked, nnd it was agreed to. that tbe matters relating to Califor nia and Terns be referred to the committee on amend menu to the constitution. Papers for tbe erection of a new diocese In Wisconsin were re re: red lo the committee on new dloceseH. Hev. Myer Lewln, of Maryland, Introduced, with a long pr earn pie, tbe following resolu tion: 1 lietolved. the House of BUhom concurrintt. That the following canon of ritual informlty Hection L The elevation of the elements In holy communion in such a manner aa to ex pose them to the view of the people as objects toward which adoration is to be made in or after the nraver of consecration, or in tbe act of administering or In carrying them to or from the communicants; bowings. crossings, genuflexions, prostrations, reverence, bow ing down upon or kissing the Lord's table, and kneeling, except as allowed, provided for or directed br a rubrio or canon: and any gesture, posture or act implying such adora tion; any ceremony not prescribed as pait of the order for the administration ol tbe Lord's suppsr or holy communion; likewise, the use. ni any aauiisUaUiiuuu ui tuv uuiy wmmu' nlon.of any hymn, prayers, collects, epistle or gospels other thau thote appointed in the a ot nor i red formulas of the church, are here- uy zormuuen. riBCTioN 2. In all matters pertalnlcc 1 public worship of the church, to the movement arrangement and appointment of tbe holy table, and in everything connected with the ritual tn the periormance oi divine service. lneintliiiiF thu vestments to be used, about which there Is no specific direction la the book ox common prayer or omces ana orui nal thereto appended, or In any legislation .central or dioiesan. of this church, the ad monition or Judgment of the blhop of any diocese, triven i n wrltlDC. shall be reeardel at binding, to be followed and obeyed uy every miniEierm lURiuioceae. The resolution was referred to the commit tee on cnons. Several other resolutions were presented looking to the lrglslatlon for the prohibition of ritualistic forms and practices. Including a long memorial from tbe diocese of Virginia. These were referred to the same committee. Rev. Messrs. lien edict and Rudder, and MeNtrs. Cop pee and Bennett were appointed a special committee on the publication of hymnal, and lo inquire whether the instruc tions or ine ias. general convention in regaru to the publication were carried ouu xne reso lution was cdontecL The chairman read a note from the lord bisoop of Lichfield, conveying a message by caoie irom ine enure u congress at ungnton, Enetand. lnvltlm? the American bishom and clergy to attend the next English church con gress atHtoke, In l7i. The chairman was in structed tu send a proper reply to the bUhop oiunicnester. A motion that the committee ou canons ln oure into tbeexnedlency of so amending tbe canons aa to provide that testimonials of bit hops elect be sent to the -several bishops and diocesan conventions, was referred to tne committee on canons. A resolution instructing the committee on sianaara prayer-uooK 10 inen in au me in tore editions of thai nook the colon, or musi cal clause. In the psalter and canticles, as ap- poiotedoyiiiecnureii oi fengiana, was re ferred to tbe committee on prayer-book. ltev. Dr. GIduey, ot Minnesota, submitted a resolution, directing the committee on amendment to the constitution to report on tbe expediency of appointing a Joint com mission to devise a provincial system for this cnurcn. Aaopieu. Hev. Dr. Knickerbocker, of MlnneMta. sub mit ted the form of anew canon, which was referred, on hla motion, to the committee on canons, it provldesthatthefenior bishop of acnurcn,on uecoming presiuing uisnop.oraa anytime thereafter, may resign Jurisdiction of his diocese by issuing notice to that effect to all bishops and standing committees of the church, in the event of doing so. the treas urer of the general convention shall annually ashes and collect lrom each dlooere a sum eoual to oue dollar for every clercyman canon.cally connected therewith, and pay over the same in Quarterly installments to the presiaiug msnop as nis salary, i ne uiocese oi which tbe uresidlnz biehou bas had Jurisdiction shall provide a residence xor mm uunng ine re&t or nis uie, ana shall be relieved of all other payment on his salary, except tbe annual lUasessment- A. board of trustees an til oe appointed at each session of the geneioi convention, to manage the fund for the support of the presiding uisuop, anu to collect ana invest, an enaow meutfnrthat purpose; and when the annual Interest on this lund shall reach the aum of tive thousand dollars, such interest eh all be paid to the presiding bishop as his salary, aud tue asheasmeuta on tue aioceses snau cease. The convention then adjourned until Mon day. The Preltr Mllkma1iU-The Tandem TroUIng Team Tlie Single Match Premiums to (ioe pel. Mr. fclam'i Diiplar The Ladle9 fle partiuent Premium JUat Names or the Lucky Parties i CJainp OV, rrcelved th premtait y ittauiBj ui turuiturr, anu n. j. ror-thetfjeat dl-play or rotton-,i the best dtpay- of preserved and cauoed fruits, jellies. J ami, mtsupa. pickle, cordials aad cfcmHUe wine by a grange were im awarded to the abore trraoge. there btng one otlHMr entry. Mrs. M M lifer received the first. and MUa Maggie ltdmondiou ibeaeeond prtxe for milk- 4 HrywHiitJai SUHStkfc hail.r. I'URHOMAL. ..'n,i.'Jr ,"L eeosod and with it the labor. or Its ofHeers and managers. To Colonel ljtaa Trousdale, tbe efficient secretary, upon whose shoulders Use gieater psrt ot tbe work de volved, uie public of Memphis and rtneiby eoaoty uanuot accord too much prabwt. II. was always at Mi post, and as a Journalist we tender him our appreciative thanks lor his attentions and courtesies, and also to Mr W Lake, Captain M'Kcougb and Mr. (Jeorge Dannie K, asalstaut-seerctarlss, ior like courtesies, "wing to the general monetary depreeHlon.tbe fair did not unv -- ........ f . i as we bad d eslred or mm attractive ba t he efforts of its oWee-a merited. However, tlm whole week s mimed amntemect to our people, and in more tliao one rtici did th. fair result btnedetally to tba public. With the improve ment of agricultural aad flnanetsi atratrtand by the return of next fait, we hope to vm a EE GMT MESS GOODS! BODSBT SINCE THE RECENT DECLINE IN NEW YORK, MENK EN BROT HERS OFFER A. SUl'EUB LISE OF THE TIIIKD TEK.1I. Nocretury Robeson ytalilug Ibe Ciicolt In Ihe Interest ol bis Ross, Paterson, N. J.. October 10. 8ecre- mn itoueson oauresseu aa immense iudqu- llcsn mass-meeting last night, and In the course of his speech said neither the admin istration nor its chief would ever be found outside of the Republican party, nor acting contrary to tbe estasbllshed traditions of the country. The latter remark was un derstood to refer to the third-term business, and waa vociferously applauded. After the meeting, Secretary rtobeson said tnat President Urant had no idea of the thiid term, and only avoided giving official ez- f ression to his opinion ou a matter of test, le should seem to attach to It too much Importance. ADDITIONAL RIVER .fWS. BY TELEGRAPH. Nsw Or.LXAss. October 10. Weather clear and pleasant. Arrived: Atlantic and barges, bu Louis. No departures. CiNCiMNATr. October 10. River 7 feet 9 Inches and rising. No arrivals. Departed: Arlington, Memphis; Esperanza, New Orleans. FiTTSBOBO. October 10. River falling. with 21 Inches In the channel. Weather clear and pleasant Nashville. Octolier 10 The river Is falling slowly, with 2 feet 7 Inches on tbe shoals. w eaiuer clear anu pieosauw Littlk Rock. Or to her 10. weather clear and pleasant. River still falling, with 3 feet tlncbealn tbe channel by the gauge. Depart ed; Utah, BU-ouls; Klla Hughes, llue Bluff, LoDlBViLLK.OctobtrKL Rlverrlsing slowlyt with 4 feet 10 inches In tbe canal, and i feet 10 Inches in the Indiana chute. Weatner clear and pleasant. Arrived : Cherokee, New 0 leans; Vint uuiDKie, new urieans. uepanea: Vint Hhinkle and Cherokee, Cincinnati. VicKSBttRO. October 10. River falling. Weather clear and warm. Port list Up; Capitol City. Belle Ie. Down: Katie. Dau iel Tltulari, a well known river clerk, died here to-day. lie will be burled to-morrow evening. Evaksville, October 10.-l.lver risen 11 Inches. Weather clear andwarm. Mercury 563o70. I'ort list: Down: Belle of Texas, 7 a.m.;Ubannon,9an. No boats tip to-day ex cept packets. St. Louis, October 10. River falling slowly. Weather clear and pleasant. Departed: Belle of Sbreveport, New Orleans: City of neicna, .Memphis; at. ueneviove, vicKtourg. Uaibo, October 10.Noon. Weatner clear and warm. Arrived: City of Chester, Memphis, 12m .NIgbt Arrived: .nils, and Bee. St. Louis, l p.m.; Mary Alice, New Orleans, 7 o.m.; Belle Memphis, St, Ixiuls, 7 p.m. De parted: City of Chester, Ut. Louis, lp.m.; Julia, Vlcksburg, 1 p.m. iUverSfeet31ncbes and falling. Tlie air yesterday was not largely at tended, although an Interesting programme was orrauireu ior tne csostng. 'iiie visitors present enloied themselves very were, and were most agreeably entertained with lh. features of the occasion. TUB 1IORSK RINOtJ. The following are the entries and awards in lue riug ior iue uest uursen oi mi iwora : Bnt ilare (three years or overt C. II. Brack. ett A Co K. W. RorsMr. Jr., W. r. Williams, W. a. Weatherford, Hall a Co, U. It. riharpe ttwoentriesi. rre inm toiiau uo.:eerttn eate Lo Cantaln Weatherford. .Bei! Utatlion (three years or overj-C. H. uraeaeti, j. it. 1jus.it, j. j. irowiey, nail x Co. rremlam to Hall & Co. Bat Stallion (one vear and under two) J. II Greer, without ODP3lltlon. Beit Utidl-a-iom Best. J. (I. Wilson itwo entries, nail & uo. rreminm to uau ,k uo Beit Mare (one year and under ;t wo). J. R. Greer and O. F. Farrow. Premium to J. 1L Urcer. Bett Buckling Stallion.-F. W. Royaler, Jr anu u. ii. uracxett. i-remium ior. w . itoj s ter.Jr. Beit BueklHio Afore (two vests and overt T. I- Harris, R, 11. Nhepard, and A. t Brown. i'emlum 'o A. A Brown. THE MULE RACE. in the mule race entries of one each made by IlalliC-)., Jo. Gulsenberger, John Creea, T. J.King. This was scarcely a race, as the long-eared animals did n"t take tbe tra-k but were nddeu around the J udgee stand. It was ontheettleofa mule exhibition, not a rtr. Premium to Hall A Co. THE BlIIiL TAMING. The bull taming being next inaorder a large bovine was turned louse iu theiarena. Two horseman then appeared upon t e eceue, one carrjlhga lariat across bit arm. Tbe bull moved oft at a slow pace, followed by tne horsemen. W lieu about ten feet close to tbe animal he. hurled his lariat, which settled around tbe bull's horn, closing him to run at full speed. 1'pon reaching tbe skeleton fence tbe bull gave a quick turn and jerked loose from tbe horseman who then dismount ed and recaptured tbe animal and led it back to ue Judge'a stand. He lin threw tbe bull by means or tbe lariat, which he looped around its feet, legt aud body. In fact, the Texas method of taming raitl.- and wild bulls by means of a lariat was practical ly and successfully .nostra. d, to tbe great amusement ortbe spectators,but few ot wooni had ever witnessed sncb sport. The epott ended by the ranchman throwing tbe bull to the ground and tieing him so tightly that be could not mcve. THE PRETTY MILKMAIDS. The spectators were afforded the pleasure ol seeing a milking contest tietweeu ladles, for a handome prize. The entries were as fallows : Miss Lettle Dowdy, Miss Lucy Kelts, Miss Ella uoaaicagea mira-en; .miss Henrietta uowen, aged nine; Mrs Thomas J. Cogswell, Mrs.' M Miller. Tbe milking was done near the north end of the m in stand, where nearly every body gathered to witness this domestic act. The ladles showed tbat they were well skilled In tbe art, for tbey drew oat a larte quantity ofthe lacteal fluid in a very short sraee of time. The rremlum was awarded to Airs. M. Miller. THE TANDEM. Messrs. Hall & Co. exhibited a good tandem team, the animals being sorrel and white. The driving was excellent, and the animals went along smoothly, con.ldering the short exercise they had. We hope to see some at tention paid to tandems on tcecouise, and that they will at least assume an Important feature in our futuro falrj and horse-shows. TROTTING TEAM. In tbe ring for tbe fastest doable team, mile beats, for a purse ol SOU, there were only two entiles, viz.: C H. Bracket! and H. Brothers. The first heat was easily taken by c. il. Bracken's team; time, 3:21. The second heat was taken from Brackctt's team upon tne lat ter's break near the string; time, iSi. The third heat was won by bracken's team; time, 306. THE SINGLE MATCH, best two out of three, mile heat;, for a parse of S , had the following entries: C. H. Bracken's ch. s. h. Prairie Dog J. O. Wilson's br. g. Harry lritJJeat. The horses shot oil well together, bnt Harry took the lead, which he main tained, although breaking at tbe first course, ilarry reached the first pole fifty yards ahead of Prairie Dog. who broke and Jumped the P3le, thereby allowing hU competitor to gain more cround, llarrv made the halt-mile pole one hundred yards ahead of the Dog. who again and again broke. Harry also broke when near the third stake, but POLITICAL. A band ofdesneradoea from the Cher- okee nation r?centlv to.k two nrisnnern frnrn boine checked down, dusted the pole forty l L 1""''.' lu.a."b..at !.vllLev.Al:- vanhln tlm lead. Tho tkvr now lee nnt. ami , au-as, auu lueu ruuueu ine omeera OI tneil xnaae a nne uasu uown tne home streicn, anu AT HUGH UED0UKD PUICBS, SUCH AS Camel's Hair Cloths BASKET SEEGES, MATELASSE, DIAGONALS, OACEE1XI.EE, ETOiG. o Xines of Colored Alpacas, at 25 cents. t linos of Black Alpacas, at 25, 33 and 37i cents. Plaid Dro3a Goods, for Cnildron's "Wear, 38 eeate. A.TrSO, OTJH. EreataflfEMtfClrtls 00Kra?X3NrXTE!X. uinsuiinnKismiui u,t oi',lL Ot. ?l 75 and upwards. ' Real LyonsCachemire BLACK SILKS, which are warranted not to croek in wear. i-i. mis ws -Trimming allxs. New arrivals of --"--- FIaANNjELB AT LOW PB1CES Canton Flannels, Shaker flannels. Medicated Flannels aad KrsOrotuMed ria.nsts CASSI5IEHES FOR MSN AND BOYS' Wf AS ! Handsome goods as low as 3f easts pw yard. WATiEPBOOFS IDJ mW SHADE? & STUBS Fablie speaking. TbefolIowingappoiritmentB have been agreed upon for Hon. Barbour Lewis and t-oloiiel II. Casey Young, candidates for eon grew, to add res the citizens of tbe tenth eon- grrsxioaai uistnet : isuiraui,suu))Uvtnn ... Galloway Station, Tue.dzy, Oetooe- ii, 17I, nneisy iiepot, n euneeuay, uetoter ll, isil. iMuevs!, . aimuijr, uchhiw at, wi. Whitehaven, ttlday, October Is, I7I. Oakville.Halurdar.Ottober.17 1071, Memphis, Monday night, October, H, lint. Oolller.ille, Tuesday, Oetober 1871. titgrsngei, veunesaay, uoww a, ii. Lafayette, Thursday, October S, Is71. Macon. Triday, October 2s, W7I. Germ an town, Saturday, Oetober 21 171 Bartlett, Monday, October 'M, UJ71. Lucy. Tuesday, October J7. Us: I. Other ABUOlntments will be hereafter an. Beaneea, aou tn. i-auataatea respeetf ally In vile Ibelr respective friends and all persons of whatever political vie ws to attend and hear thetr discussions. Peace and aood order is re- questeuanaiuiiy expectea ox ail whoattefHl tes.dlseowions, as we are assured tne tame will be ootutaeled upon principles of honor ana sine oecorum. These appoinlments are pubmhed lu lieu of witbe, of the two ranelidaus. 31. D. I STKWARr. Chairman ixmoeratlc Ex. Com. w. J. SMITH Chairman Republican Ex. Com. Onbrrnalarlat Apiwintuietils. Hie followinir anriolntnieutR for the canvass bave been agreed upon by tbe chair men oi ine lieuaoerauc anu nepuoiieau roaie executTve coinmniees: MeMlnnilIe, Mono ay, Oetober 121 ti. Murf reeshoio, Tuesday, October 1Mb, Lebanon, Wednesaay, oetober lfth. Alexandrt-, Thursdat , Oetober IMh. jNaut ine, Saturday, oetober 17th. Coiumbia, Monday. October 1Kb. Pnlaskl. Tuesday. Oetober 39th Gallatin, Wednesdar, Oetober HH. Clarksvllle, Thursday, Oetober 2M. Iarl., Friday, Oetober 23d. McKeszte, taturday, October 24th. Humboldt, Monday, Oetober 2Sih. Union City, Tnesday, Oetober Wtb. Bolivar, Wednesday, Oetober 2Slh. Jackson. Thursday, October 9Kh. Brownsville, Friday, October MXu. MemplilK. Saturday, October .1st. J.U KICK. Chairman Democratic Exeeetlvr Com. w. r. fltosyKIi. t Chairman Republican Executive Com. Waterproofs at one dollar per yard. TELEGRAPHIC BKEY1TY. Hie Duke of Litister died araiu Fri day nlgbt, so reported by London eable dls- patcues. John T. Kibber bas been appointed lnteral revenue store-keeper for the tblrd dis trict oi umo. Juries In boutti Caroliua are now made up under the new regulation of ability iu reau auu write. Registration, which is now progress ing quietly In Louisiana, will close on tbe tweuiy-iuiru instant. The fall meeting of tlie Nashville bloodnorse association closed yesterday, with a very large auenainee. The moid decline of the river N le has placed the apprehended dieastrout lnuh- uauon uuyonu possibility. The Xaiional Gazelle ot Berlin de clares that tbe Von Arnelm arrest is not con nected wnu pontics, not is simply a criminal proceuure. Ron mania and Bervia have adopted a pacific altitude toward Turkey, in conse quence or the representations of liltmarck auu Auare&sy. Several copies of the socialists' proc- lomauons anu some ursini Doaas nave neen seized lu the house of an Internationalist in rtorenee, Italy. ies' Merino Underwear! Merino Undershirts and Drawers for Children and Misses. Merino Undershirt at to. t FANCY STEIPEB HOE! For Ladles and Children. Fancy Merino Hose, Balbrlggas and Iron-FnusM Hole. Ladies9 Imported Costumes! Black Alpaca SulU from V upward. Black Silk Walking Dresses. Back VaivM Cloaks. Cashemere Sacque,Cloth Sacques and nbfoMered Tatdlen. ' CIouiLH and Dretsc made to order from latent Parln atjlm. ENKEIf BEOTHEBS, 261 and 2fi3 iilnin Strepf, rnmnr Vmri POLTCAL! closed unto withlnalemrthof Harry's wheels. Many thought tbe Dog would win, but the animal broke near the distance stand, and Harry came In an easy winner. Time, 2yl. Second Zferf Harry also captured this heat and th- race. Time, PREMIUMS TO LEOPOLD G0EPEL. Mr. Leopold Goepel. the well-known dealer in piano, organs, melodeons anil musical In struments of all descriptions, at No. J75 Main street, was awarded premiums for the best piano and melodeon exhibited. His piano and melodeon were very mucu admired by all of the visitors, and were pronounced to be of superior quality, tone, beauty and durability oy luejuuges, who, alter a cardial examina tion, gave him the prizes. Mr. Goepel keeui none but re isble instruments, and asks re markably Jow prices for them. This, with his pro opt method or conducting business, has given him a very large trade, which he de eervedly maintains. MR, SLAM'S DISPLAY. . of garden, farm aud orchard product?, em- racing everyiuiuE irom a Dersimmon to a pnmpkln, attracted gene al attention, and se cured for him a large number of premiums. Mr. El am received premiums for the fol owing variety of apples: Sands mut, mtg num, Vandlvlew, Esopus, Sptdgeuburg, bock aUnut, Vios seedling, Hawiey, Stephen's winter, winter, winter pralrmalne Albemarle pippin. Hall's sredling, Elam's greenlnr, Elatn's seedling, moon-fall, Ilnbbardston's nonesuch .Selrocalv. Elam's eedllnz.wlce-aD. En&llsh russets. Kentuckv bluosireak. lae strawberry. Hoy's winter, Webb's choice, Hobertsoniben, Roxbury russet, Pryor's red. nis uispiay was a creuit looueiny c unty. IN THE .LADIES' DEPARTMENT. The committees veUerdav made their awards, wine, cakes. Jellies, bread, hams pickles, etc, were tasted and re tasted, and it was indeed a difnculi task to decide who won the prizes. The collection of canned-frulls, vegetables, pickles, preserves, cases, etc, was unusually large, and couid not have been sur passed at any fair. Mrs. Harris had everv- thlng tbat could be desired as was shown by tuejuugn. auu uer numerous menus, Mrs. i-arker waa awarded the nreminm for the best aad largest display of ladles work. She exttbltod over seventy different articles wotked and made by, her. .weapons and money. Rumor had it iu Washington yester-l I'lia fihrsfi IfiJmS Mppf.lTlo" IV lht Ihioin fs, II,. s,sll.Hnn nf lh. 1U 11 O U UsiS3 IU. j C 1)1X1 1- day that the agency for the negotiation of tbe new funding bonds has been otderedbythe i-iesiaent to Kl -.senator uotlell, thouga noth ing is offlcially known. The rumor Is be uevea. Near Terry's ferry, eieht miles below Little Rock, -Arkansas, lost Thursday, two ne groes. Dleklnsou Kmbry and Isaac Johnson, had a difficulty, whlcb resulted In the shoot lux and killing of tlie latter. The murderer escapea. at Turner Hall. 'ext Wednesday Nltht, at S o'clock, a MfUR Meetlnir vrlll bn held In Turner Mrs, Casey, wife of Collector Casey, of I ,, . . . ,,. ,. . Now Orleans, and sister of Mrs. Grant, who Jfl"' on P0P'r ttreet, bj the fnenaa Of the ConierTatlre-Dimocratlc Ticket. 7ha Candidates ttUI be there bj special Invitation to speak to tbe people. Andrew J. Kellar, Captain TTm. Mil ler, anil others, will alto address the meeting. Colonel Tom Scott, president of the PennsylvanlaCentral railway, and Mr. Hlnk ly, of the Phlladelpbla, Wilmington and Bal tlmore railway, had a three-hours conference with Postmaster-General Jewell In Washing ton yesterday, In regard to tbo disputed questions of compensation for railway mail service, the result of which, it Is now confi dently believed, will be an amicable adjust ment of tbe dispute. Arrangements havo been effected by the committee on transportation with nearly all the railroads east aad west, north and snath, for reduced rates to persons wishing to attend tbe Lincoln monument dedication and rean Lou of tho army or Tennessee, which will take place in eprlnKfield,Iillnols,on the four teenth and fifteenth of October. These rates, with all tbe particulars, will be duly adver tised by tbe various roads. Tbo New Orleans JVcaunc this mom ing contains a specific and duly authorized Oder, on tbe part of the faplonlsts, to accept tbe proposition made by Governor Kellogg fa hlsaddress,vlztn.testtbe.,q,oestion of the Louisiana State government oy a canvass ot actual returns, ail parties to abide by-tha re sult. These returns are la Ihe enstpdyof tb4 M'Knery party, and can be produced and au thenticated at any time. General L. Fenny. Backer, for some time past commanding the. nlted States troops In that clty.lel t last even maunder orders to resume bis post at Nash, vlilo. A, telparam received by tbo Attotney. Oencral Willlamsrrom the assistant United States attorney dated Denison, Texan, ninth Instant, says that a deputy-marshal, and a jpoue arrived there on the above date from Jlologue with eleven kuklux prisoners. Evi dence is conclusive against them, and fever, al witnesses are there lo appear against tbem. Had It sot been for tbe presence of a detach. ment of cavalry a serious coofiiet would have nMDrfMl. Tf aver men deserved thnvhlnAf yleMlng their owner a handiome. yoarly ln- 1 ho law til 650 masked outlaws and cpasplra come. But the old adobe WftUt are crumbling;. ion ijjp, ' Premium List. The fallowing persons received premiums: PRODUCTS OF THE FIELD. Best stock corn, Georgo Taylor: next best stock corn, E. S. Elam. stalk of cotton, Frank Latham: next besUJ. W. Leadbetur. Oats. A. B. Rozell; second best oats, A. D. Deadetlck. field peas, E.S. Klam. Osiouo, Mrs. E. L. M'Gowan. Heat bole of cotton second best bale, seid.u. Hicks & Co. OJJCIIARD AND GARDEN TRODUCTS. For best display of vegetables Carrots, W. J. P. Walker: second bet, F. H. Dawdv. Tomatoes. V. Ii. Dowdy, two premiums. Uut- terbeans, F. H. uowdy; second best,v.s j. r. Walker, x or squashe-i, cucumbers, egg nlsnts. salsify, and coll-ction of plants, tbe five nremlmna were awarded to W. & J.P. waiter, ronueuess uispiayui varieues oi tame apples, eouecuoa ot seeuiings, ana win ter apples, the three prtmiunis were awardid to E. S. Islam, r or pumpkins, J. Boy t. For sweet potatoes. W.B. May; for next best, J, W. Booker. For onious. F.U. Dowdy. For second best table apples, Vance Leeevre, For secona best winter apples. j.ii.t-neinv. For best collections ol peaches and winter peas,E.S. alam; for second best peaches, J. A. Murray. For best collection of strawberry Diants. w..sj. i . woiaer: ior secona best.it. ii. Craig & Co. For the best collection ol flower roots, bulbs and seeds: best collection ot flowers: best boauel (two leet hieh). best tame aesign oi uowers, uest rusuc uasaet oi nowers, anu nest rusuc siana oi nowers. it. U. Craig ii Co. were awarded six separate pnzei. HOME PRODUCT INDUSTRY. For the best barrels of Hour and cornmeal. Murray A Brown, of the Loosabatcbie mills (two separate premluius); best display of honev. in comb. J. S. Woraham: best flvA pounds of buiter.sirs, 11. is. cannon; best col lections of Jellies, preserves, pickles, Jams and catsups, Mrs. A.B.Saynes; best collection of dried fruits, E.S. Elam; best display of do mestic canned frulu and vegetables, Mrs.F. If. Dowdv: best Jar of ornamental preserves. .cat by band, Mrs. Lee Parbam.of LaG range; muscadtce wine, Mrr. A. O. Harris ; next best muscadine wine. Mrs. B. 8. Elam: uest scup- ernong wine, Mrs. L. W- Flntay; next best scuppenoug wine, Mrs. II. K. I anon ; best dis play of syrups and cordials, Mrs. A. O. Har ris; best display ot bread", .Mr. C. Meicalf; second best display ot biead, Mrs. J. W. Browne; handsomest ornamental teed cake, two feet blgb, Joseph Specht it Waller ; best home-made sugar candy. Miss Motile Ledbet better; second-best home-made eugar candy. Miss Mamrie Glenn: best display home-made candles, bpechl A Walter. LADIES' NEEDLEWORK, EMBROIDERY, ETC. For the finest and largest display of female handicraft, embracing needlework, embroid ery, knitting, crocheting, raised work, tapes try, opera-cloak', knitted wotk, etc., the pre mium of one hundred dollars was awatded to Mrs. Carrie Parker. In this department Ihe following persons re ceived premiums: Btst suit of gentlemen's rlothes, Mrs. John M'Hrooks; best suit of la dies' nndervarments. Mrs. Carrie Parker: best worsted quilt, Mrs. T-Noel; beat cotton quilt, J .11 -, .7 . L-.tl,. IubI .l.lr milll ill. I , . Olin 11UUIUI ft.tlj , in-aui.uuin, - ... - Hays; best borne-mode rug. Miss M. A. Haynes; best home-made carpet. Mrs. George B Kleeoe;best raised work, Mrs. it. h. Nance; best silk embroidery, Mrs. A. C, Ma one; best cotton embroidery, Mrs. Addle Elam; best applique work, adrr, K. s, Hammond; best cbemise-band, Mrs. T. B. M'Ewen; best gown yoke, Miss Narcla Mosny ; best display of em brolaery, Mrs. L. B M'Farlsnd; bestafghan, Mrs. Lou Hodges; best batting, Mrs. W. II. Lake; best scarf, Mrs. Ii.M. Kites; btst crochet set, Mrs. Anna Buckbam; best pair ot ladies' tidies Miss L. A. M 'An ally; best hemmed handkerchief by a girl under thirteen years of age. Miss Llllle Walk er; best display of hair work, Mrs. F. Sohn: bwt wax workvMrs. E. W. Meicalf; best reed work,. Mrs. A, B, Haynes; best rustic work. Miss Belle p. Fowler) best bead work, Mrs. D. Q. Gibson; best wax flowers. Miss Anna L. Brown; best paper Sowers, Mrs. D U.Gibson; best shirt, Mrs. M. Runyon; best fine shirt, Mrs. T. J. Cogswell; best braiding, Mrs. M. Runyon; best leather work, Mrs. V. u. uibson; best tapestry In worsted and fiots by a Ten nessee lady, Mrs. W. A. Nelson; best three pairs of socks, by a lady over fltty years of age, Mrs. C. A. Moon; second best, Mrs. Thom as M'Gowan. IFINB ARTS AND MUSICAL INSTRU- Best original landscape, from nature, lu oil, Miss Emma Guy ton ; best original animal, from nalqre, la oil, Miss Emma Guy ton; best oilglnal fruit Piece, In oil, Miss Emma Guy ton: best display of pianos, L. Goepel; best reed organ, L. Goepel. EXPERTS-PLO WMEN AND MILKMAIDS. For the best plowman, tbe committee awarded the premium to B. W. Brooks, of Clover land grange, and he generously dontted bis prize to the association. EXTRA PnEMIUMSjTO.aRANGES. The three premiums of liOO.SS) and m,oU fered for tbe best displays of agricultural products by a grange er tbeipatrons of hus bandry, were awarded to Melrose grange. There was no competition to this display, by other oranges. - VSLSt . ' The Uuee proniltims o(5UO,5X and SiSfor. was barbarously stabbed with a baronet br one of Kilogg's followers during the recent irouDie., oeeause oi ner snown sympatny with the citizens' movement. Is considered oui or danger. At Pulasxi, Tennessee, yesterday evening, Henry Atkinson, colored, stabbed and instantly Killed Lnctui V Mottle, white. ageu luiriy-eigui years, ine aimcuity origin ated about a suit now pending in court rela tive 10 a corn ana cotton crop. Atxtnson was arrested and put in J all. All quiet now, Attorney-General Williams beinz in- lerrogaieu oi-rerniDg tne rumors prevalent in New oiieans that he bad instructed the commencement of legal proceeding, against me memuers ot inewmie league lurougnout Louisiana, said he did not consider it werth while either to confirm or deDy the report,. The liomlou Times lias advices from Vi.nnaUiat the idea of referrinir the Schles- iaum on iu ine aroiirauon oi me Queen of Enzlacd. is zolnlns hold of the dlolomatlc mind. It is stated mat the lanish govern ment is favorable to such a course, which is uiouKut loouer a leasiuie metnra oi soiuitou. General R. W. Healy. United States maruai ior Aiaoama. Das abDOinted some dozen or more deputy-marshal, upon tbe recommendation or Charles li. Mayer, chair man of the Republican executive committee of the State. These deputies have been ap pointed in nezro counties, and are all Uennli. i.ao.. - i tucir KTcafc coumrvman. ine nmnMain-, Tho committee of the liresbvterv of I form at the hail or thi, ttann kJT.V Jersey City has presented charges and tpecifi- I Second street, at 9 o'clock on tbe morning of cations agalust Rev. Johns. Glendennlng of I the nth instant. The line of march will be as kuucuuu, urcacu oi promise, etc ine mou-1 iuiiuwh; up occonu street to change erator appointed Revs. C. K. Imbrle and H. C I thence west to Main street; down Main to ibiKg-i mwiuuuw iuo cose ior tue prosecution, I uw-wsuwii -ueuceeasbiooecouu, npeecond eu iroi b. rr, sj. xwuu uuu ju.w(m nail iur I sr us", nuwa uia iniceufln viuoiipene. r . LAsSHSA rpo MEN. V UOUII AHV'ltK X tlsee-iest in a wtd.tr eimlatM aawsii j .-.-.r- -ftj-iT! -rl-ir laaa lata salesBtaa wbe never Meow, aa I. mm weary, whogoes alter taslai irirly naaiaai; who accosts the m-ektt ia scholar In bis sludy, use htw-pr la Ma the lady at her breakfast tabfe; a inoBsana places at CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS Celebration of lite Discovery of America, riiHE SOC1ETA DI DNIONE E FRATE- JL. XltilA.s Will, On Jlonday, October ia, 1874. celebrate the discovery of America by Chris- Hiuiierui mmDiu. AniDrsaNw ,i miIm mn. oi participating In the proces.lon on that oc- umiuu, iu uuuur v-jiuruous snu commemorate the grandest deed of modern hutyirx- win please report to Jos-D. MnniBdnulm ond street, before 5 pm. next Saturday, letb ii ii i winseus iu general arere, i-eviiuii, lu.iio, su loin inn iirrs-siiainr, smi are kindly asked to do ail within their power to pay a deserved tribute to the memory of Mjcii ica. cuiuiiiyuua, ine oa-s,aa sjag M-aay. sands of peote e-Mry tin i , mmfmX aa one tbe best tbtaa; la weefmmmm. . Ledger copy. N. MALATKSTA, i. xuuiv-irA, D. "CAN ALE, J. D. MONTEDONICO, Committee, the defense. At Hickraau, Kentucky. ye3trrdav. says a Nashville dispatch, while several cbll- urea were at piay uuoernn emoanKmeat,tue earth suddenly gave way and slid down upon them, catching Harry Campbell, a little boy of six years, ia its descent, burying him under a large, solid m as -, an J killing him Instantly. mi pisjriciiu-.. ustsipeu, The chief of the secret seivice tlivl sloa at Washington, Friday received a dis patch from one of bissubordlnaies in Buffalo, sbuuie uih h. uumi cuuuieu eiier was cap- lureu in in, cny yesieraay morning, witn plate., paper. Ink and a larae Quantity of wuuwueu uiuuey. imi arrest is cousiaereu ia oe a very important one. t - I Tl .. . II , . . ocveiiii uucuin Avrt-B uuus nave sus- ,ruiinpt,0 .. , pended; a oommercUl crisis Is Imminent, and M IrntAiniY "miS11 a,aion,7led.met theArsentine bank U dosed. Government t ,h!?0iiSSi5li; U!,1'" 4 o 'oelt p.m , CHRISTIAN BaOTIIEHS' COLLEGE a3 ADAMS 8TREXT. Insu'nUon affords ample means for a i,s w-ssicai, cscienunc and Com uciH.I .UUG.LUIQ, i or uoara, Tnition, Mu-lc, etc., apply to ocll BRO.MAUKELIAN.l.sile-t. Old Folks of Shelby County. troops inaue an unsuccessful attempt to cap ture the British steamship Yerba. Tbe rebel vanguatd under Rlbas ts at the gates ofthe capnai, auu mi aiau-maiier irom mo Janeiro to tiueno-i Ay res is examintd, The revolutlou in tbe Argentine re public increases in importance. An lssne of paper money is probable In case tbe negotia tion for a reconciliation between the govern ment authorities ana the revolutionists fails. Montevideo lsrllled with refuges from Buenos Ayrea. me toanissueu a lew days ago oy the uraxiiiau guveruuiea. is lavorauiy received. M. Buohonnet has been elected nresl- dent, and M. btaemptll vice-president, of the national council of Switzerland. Tne French delegates to tbe postal coneress state that ineir government is in accoru wita toe policy ui msi uwir. uut cauuus sum uie convention antil it ha. consulted the assembly. They re quest that the protocol be left open fer ilg- nsiure. At JJulTalo, New York, Friday Tolled States deteetlves arrested Thomas iisiiard, alias John Daws, one of the most ex part counterfeiters and engravers in the coun try ; also.Kllzanelli Ballard and Ann Adams, accomDllces. In their nossessiou were found ten thousand doUars -.onnterfelt money of various uenomuuaitons, togetuer witn press. uies, pistes, wc A letter addressed to the President by a prominent Conservative politician of Mis sissippi argues that the only true way to re store peace and prosperity to the south Is for congress to paa an act to pay for tbe quarter master and commissary stores taken by the Union army luthe south during the war, and to refund the uottoa tax. The letter has been referred to ine attorney-general. Business of import- In School Board room, ance wlU ba presented. J. tr. PKKSCOTT. He-. BRAND PROCESSION -FOR THE- EXPOSITION Thursday, Oct. loth. rrjIEP0wLDgu"Ufid gentlemen are noU- L ucu blirab Llirv II IVt rmn nniu. nt.,t n "-"i","1 Marshaisat the Grand Proc-sslon J"Sa. tbe morning of tbe lit'h for duty, well mounted, and wearing a broad blue sash. Atslstnut Jtnrsbala. B. H. Robertson. G. V. Rambaut, W. F. Taylor, Wi I ber F. Simmons, J.C. Thrall, W.L.DU1T. S.H. Treadwell, Frank Wait, Louis Podesta, Wm. D. Powell, U.W. Miller, John C. Flrer, E. A. Cole, A. J. Hays. John T. Wlllins, aD.Htelnknhl. R. tt Williamson, It. V. Vredenburg, cook it. Waldron, Theo. Krekel, Jamea Re Illy, P.G.KeUey, tt P. Wooldridge, W. A. Gage. TTnllnTIT In rnnlp In nrllLIamn In 111 a I E. I. Oliver. St. Louis Democrat ot recent date, savs that orsnara, northern men holding oulce In thesoath have I The Order of Procession and other details si cut umicuiiieB iu wuicuu wuu; iuus ui iue i uo uuuuuceu ill iae papers on Tuesday ILTAnnsM lltf tthll-h Thu ,111 1. H- MFllM.hi.1 iTnAmlnvliATl v J.J. Duffy. Thos, M. Welsh. are closed against them: the reenta of the As sociated Press are nearly sure lo color adverse ly to mem every moment tnat may ia-e place : tbe Dress eeuerahv is oreiudteed asainst them, etc A i; "EAP.0?.' t-'nlef Marshal. U. T. TOMLINHO si . Chairman Opening and Reception Com. DIED. HAMLIN In Somervllle. Tenn- on the morning of the 10th lnsl.Mrs-C. A. UAMLlfi. relict of tbe late CoU Joitx F. lUaus. Her funeral will take place at the First Methodist Clinrcb.on MJNDAY,tbe IStb In stant, at iu o'clock a.m. ENNIS-Satnrday, October 10, 1S7I. Mast JostruiMi.only daughter of S.H. and Ella The friends and aeqnalntanoes ot the fam lly ire invited to attend her funeral, from their residence, No. 116 Qayoso street, this iSuNDAY) evening, at 2 o'clock. Meipis M W. Z. MIXCsXEI.I.'S SCIIGOX. No, 303 Third Street. TWO EDITIONS DAILY AP WEEKLY ThePapersforthePeople -r.NC.USn, COUSIERCXAIj AND CliASSI weetlr XKHSS 3L1S0NIC NOTICE. ITIHE STATED CONVOCATION OF X Penn rt. A. C.No.as, will be held at ' Masonic Hall.aayrwo Block. Us. morrow . (MONDAY) eveidng, October 12th, at 7J4 o'clock, for dls patch of basinets. All R. A. M.sln good standing are frater nally luviteu, A. J. WHEELER, XL P. Jon.t J. Wxixer, Secretary. octll Weekly (for Clubs of Five or more). Dally (Six papers) - -S 3 60 2 00 .. 10 CO Soclota di Dnlone e FrateUanza Italiana ALL members are requestwl to meet at their hall. No. 260 Second street, to celehratA the SSld -Anniversary of the Discovery ot America. By order or A. B. VACCARO, President. P. D. CAXALZ. Secretary. octll Birds ! Birds! ARRIVED with a cholca lot of GERMAN CANARIES, which I will sell cheap, at Mansaeld A Hlgbee' Drug Star., 303 Slain street. Orders tor other birds and pet animals re ceived and promptly ailed. oeH CHAS. E8PICH, To Exhibitcrs ,at the Fair, and jforsoHS Entitled to Premiums, EXHIBITORS who have sot removed tbelr articles, can get them at tbe Fair Grounds by applying to Captain Geo. Dashelll or Mslor K. M Mason. Premiums will be paid at tbe CountrTrnjte-s's otuoe, by tbe-SretarT.on WEDNESDAY, lim iNBT, acduccSuai tsUlTty GAJM. T eood adVfwtl,Amnt neetion on tbe MOST INDEPENaBNT sense, a GUAR fair and moderate shown tbat the deafer. tainedapaMlc cettarttr.i. ail mil ipiMU Usell,BattfortefltoseVt,atiiL Ma! ' and! to furnish a sood s make no better lavettmsut I vertlslng columns of a newspaper. A sood ad widely circulated newspaper Is tha pussiDie salesmen. afKaeh Is the nnintnsi n 01 ROtVELL dt CO.. who understand US. ages or advenislne more than the United Stales.--!. A NEW LOT HI Received from a Bankrupt halo in riilladelpliin, -ATA- GREAT SACRIFIC1 -AX- 226 Mala Streak -BE2fV31iD. ttavt: nmnvm mmr na m Mi 1 BEALR KTRKgr.aad wbM Wptenwulte see my former friends and ptnms- ocit Jiua. a. uaassii, HBAaaitABT-as caicKsstw Obai bs,i MKHrniS. octofeer 11, lew, f Order Nal. , Flrst-Tbls command will prepare amtkwM itselr ready to Join In tbe aeneral purs a the lith Inst, la Ihe oity, ia stfttssa Ing of the Memphis inuostnal aspo-itlo. Second The arms and aeeootwssMIs wl be Inspected Immediately before the p-ntta. Third The farther omen n.imnry wMl b lsitneu a. rMinireil.-. Fourth Tne eommaod wUl awet at bly Hall to-morrow nicht. at seven piompt, for drill. iiyoruer it. Liuni-A.. in- s. RtultABl) Wmoht, Aotism-O. a. w Notice to Tax-Payers of Kholby Gouuty. npiIE State and Caunty Tax-Book beaaoj- JL ready, the atleauoa oi tnose iu esHsil IhAMln. Ilfnaa OMB freel pm daily, in CounbosM BsiWIsg, oecouu aua uxuou biii."!! octll a. K. RANKLAJD, Tax Col lector nns C.sy. rriHE members of tbe Oman joj' I Trit-t ,n .neolal meeting. E' October IMh. at s o-eioca p.i a rr uih. iIiut c ursoarsrww ou " 7i. Tiaslea . ias llUUUUIIt X. T CIJ m.f.--m r. rV present, uiso. - tSSBm Off iuwj.1... TrZ,foc ibgi .to P""l!2(?''Jfl0 UBsdJ ot tbEx- UNIYEBSITY OP YIKuI A. toherUwscboel, at, . i study prtyatrty. W-To je-JJ who bave not had ,,r aui matic instruction. For 5uv H. SiaOB. ttnnlverslty of Va.) to JOHN B. MBf"1 Prof. Com. aadBtauLair.