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EMPHIS DAILY APPEA
MEMPHIS, TENK, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1874. ESTABLISHED 184:0 VOL 84 ISTO Q62 M 188- II JlASS-MKETIHG'rO.XlOHr. We publish In another column a call, j uamerouely signed, for a mass-meeting I to be held at the Greenlaw Operahoueej Rousing Meeting, ana Immense En-to-nlgtit, the purpose of which is to me-1 thntiasa Ihe Tenth Warders marialtee President Grant to remove tbeJ Out in Force. nt here, uorooubt, tojintimidate 1 ijraiWtriecltUens of Eh'elby coun tf ea election day; sent here, as wo be- - Beve, in the interest of Barbour lie wis. as part of the machinery of a dying and vtBdieiire Radicalism, which through eirpelbag thieves has fattened too long up mi the people of the south. "We do not knew that a petition frcm this peopli will avail anything with a President wJie aan be manipulated by a corrupt ateQ malevolent attorney-general, and (Wcaii be driven to do violence to his oath of oflice by carpetbag adventurers. "Ve doubt, in view of his recent almost ievoient answer to our governor, repre seating the sovereignty of the whole ' State, that Grant will listen to anything we may say as against the calls ef the Federal officers, whose every effect is to keep Barbour Lewis hi eesgretss; but since many of our .leading oUizeua will it, we second the wsde-ivw ami hope the Operahouse will fee erewded. Many of our best speakers wW 44ref the meeting, and a manly, dignifled protest will, we hope, be sent Hp to the White House against an act that, ioBocent oh the surface, conceals t&n aueHBt ef infamy that should make every white man in the tenth congres 4m1 -ifetrict, especially In Memphis, restive that Barbour Iiewis thall not tt'i-re"re-ent ih in the next congress. Thbse will be a grand Democratic mass meeting at Collierville on Satur day atght, at which the following .feakers will address the people .Mrs. Wr. J. Sykes, J. H. Logwood lOeorge Gantt, and W. H. Stephens. "We hope the people in the vicinity of OeUiervilli will make it a point to at' teed, and give these gentlemen a rous ing recaption. Gavbrxgr Brow will speak at .BrwMviiie on Thursday next, and in this arty on Friday night at the Green Jaw Operabouse. This announcement scat be eeffleient to put his host of friends ob the nut vivc. The Demc- oriey of Memphis must turn out in force and gtve aim a hearty greeting. The ewKlidates for governor will -speak here next Saturday night, when w-e htpe our jeople will make it a point te twH owt in force. Judge Porter txfeseM have the attentions of our best -people, and be the recipient of excep tional honors. PERSONAL. GevBRSOK Brown speaks at Browns vtUe Ttmreday. the twenti-nlntu. Govhrhob, John C Browx speaks ml HYe Bt tenia w Operahoue Friday night. Rev. T. B. IiAJtAMOJ will preach at (fa UseVes nmt Christian church to-night at rmsi-pam seven o ow Jnnas Porter and Horace Maynard, awUdalee for governor, speak at the Green law Opera boute fcalurday night. That most popular and estimable ui.n. N J. O'Brien. Esq-General 6u- tvrlateBdat of the southern ..expresss com- . i. .it. hannv.TfliMl hrwnn "ZJ" 'Th.."WSne Eu mit visit t5 MFpaK for several month, hi numerous frt mos will he Elad to bee him. Coloxki; Samuel Jones, general si of th T-nalsvlLe and Nashville and Uft boutnera railroad, has reached the city, Hvd vc rre glad to knnw he has come to mot aeuve, energetic. falUifDl, and efficient raiirauioea in me tuiu,.utt M,juuimin, a courteous and affable gentleman -who teas at least a thousand warm and appreciative TT-Tfr'- In Memphis, that Join us In to pleas- Till; JIOOVS ECUPSE. heirs elblBC About l"cllp.es TlieCotnlnB Xi nn.lt ofVenaa unci lie Scien tific Importance "1h Hand bat aadn l' l Divine." Tbe eclipse of the moon, which com- ed at foity-eight minutes past eleven 4c Saturday night, was one of the most Muwntncenl celtMlal pnenomena (II such it m termed) that has ever been witnessed. TTTLv perwms in this city witnessed the Mile, and not a few ot the ignorant were a iiuBi alkrrd at the peculiar action ot the smo b, to Uiem so unaccountable. One gen as tooogUt it a shame to spoil "such a mooBitght niaht," while a darky was beam to say that 11 was a retail itlon on the mrt oT ttw sou, which had been eclipsed by Se Bight ot b a tew years ago. The street laatMKeniwt 1 '.touring the cUpse,aa the t,u.! no t.i.-a .nch a thine was Sac to take place,the lat total lunar eclipse ETvliieocunedinl!fid. The next toul lunar 9 VlaJulv u Aiusiiws v - tesf msHy vno saw uiai one oi iat csuimaj bum wlU l here lo behold the next oner Tbe edlpM commenced at Uie exact time xredletw by the astronomers, who rub uBenlng precision marked out verr leaturv that would attend it. It teaetMs im the (act that the framework ol tL atvefse Is the work ot an Intelligent Cre u ir, that 1U laws are fixed and regular, and it i amn eacMe which makes the shadow oi th. tree will operate the same tUroagbout tbe nal sa of space. All ot man's works, tbe ln Mtrs Uon or hit art In the exprelon or the 5taat.Ual and the wisdom of his science In tne pr vlueuon or the usefnl, come rrom the Mlxota- tltlet ol the unlTerse, whose insgnlfl ztmcuri' &ory are sn on every hand. lant ibsi ibo alxteenth, there was a total eclipse A,i tHa sua. bat it was Invisible In jnorth aswltfL There was a partial ecHpse or tbe mmxmi o i tbe fiistor Mi), tint It was also In vMMe LB the United bUles. On the tenth ol taw prsantt ibobIb there was an annular retisM ol he same, which was invisible in Assert- 1 tnat peculiar eetlpsa In whi4i Ui hi WfiV shsxlo' obscures the entire ssw's ilssr. i-T"r bright ring aiound the border. Ir a t lasll blscs. speck gliding over tlia .no's lace can be called an eclti.e, thtn umc wltl be an rch pse of the sun In the Iran alt ot tbe TUaUAC Venus nexi December, ilut thtswlll belsible only In Asia, Australasia, -stsssrtof Alrtes, and some or the 4aih rea litfsnrta xisa moon's ecilpce bonday morn las; H tbe la or the celettlal sesuces tbat yXi be vtatese- this year. Tills eclipse or Uie jsitiTir was or iKUe value to the scientific wrld, wblefa has tnade In tbe last lew years Msanywwtferrul discoveries In the splendid i assises, of ihe heavens. It Is believed, and ssrMd by some that this eclipse would serve IVrtTSW ii.to Us4er re.'lsf, along the reUeav ZLriS MtarulBc light oZ the moon, the ugly - proJecUona aud .'ngnUm cavities pt MWi.u surtaoe. This, liowever, w pnly kVsMslh covered through a very powerrol lei LLm. s r of no other .vlentinc valne wseiesios xaft In tbe eonfirmsUon or the iilZESm cioekwork or the great solar ays .tts. Bat i'Serlng la thu respect, iikl ol Isaportswce to the astronomer and tbe nisi 1 1 ifr" world, will be the appro ach toesns4torVeuus; ror wo ate to believe uuu by this the true distance or heaven's love nrb Irom this uuudane sphere, ou which we TUi.T h uvinratelv fixed and Inevitably MUablMbwi. HnouJd this be accouiplisheu, wihaf the areatoat practical benefit result tBcwsUba ui ocean commerce and marine . . iin.itiri.1 for thereby the tailor and the aUnSWilB Mt,i r, iii dhirf ui malEft their reckonlnzs cor- mL wherever tbty may venture upon the MMSMoeean. Tu the Ittcoraut, the ecllp.e S( tbe asoao ttonday mcrnln: tas at once a iiaiimimrnfin aud & supersutioo, a wonder STasTawe: bat to the Intelligent mUvi 11 wswlbe Ftsnlt or the operation" ot natures law. Isisl upon the endless principles, snd asitsW by sswohangeless poire'' of a pivlne iSstHor. JUAZINES. Ijpwncott's for Jovember is a good meafeer. I eenteots embrace the con tin ua SSa or tt. "keK. llypenan," by i-dward tmattxin: ' Where the llrownstone Fronts 0Kie Pram," byTlioraai Kmmette (tllustrat ttty "Three heathers" pail 4 by William ick. statbor or "A Princess or Tnulce;" Tbe Ueattasof Conservatism :"an unpubtlsli sismisvrbrshe late Lord Luon; -Little Joe," tar Jbus WoislvllleThe Xalurallstln Bui swell's Maf." by w. 1). Uunnlng; "Fallen hZtFoS 1" ""allaee llaruey; "Mal-T-tui- i - la.by Ueorge Macdonald; "By ITaesallcliC' by Kate Jlllllard; -Oalera." by T AollusTrolWr; "Love at First eight,' the aatto ot -'BUndptU;" November," tsr Mary B. Dsdse: "Kuterpe In Aweriea," by tMsttance p. Woodson; -Oar Monthly Oos 'Uurainre or Ute Hay.-' Mansrurd JiasiL ilWll "THE TEXTHF WARD. Speech of Colonel Logwood A Clear- Cnt Expose of too Independent Leader. Some StarlHoff Detelopmenls Abont Vfho Owes Taxct?, aud the Petalb Topp KecorJ, Etc. Iast night Colonel Thomas H. XjOg wmk1,uimhi invltatiouof tlie Democratic ex ecutive co mm 1 lief, addreMied ine citizens or Hie tenth ward at Uoodwyu's liall, Main fclrtft. lie said be was not a candidate for any office, bat spoke lotuein concerning tne ltQati0k-e, The Kadieai party had been iilavlnrr the Hon over us lor a lone time, bat owlns to ibelr defeat last Angusl Uie llou asm wiv loo snort; nice arumai rucneiieu, tiiair have nour nut on the fox' skin and made Man Independent licaeU" The lladlcals tried lo iolson Uie leinocraUc ticket because U hsd no Irishman on It, Hat this tailed, and the Irishman sukxI to the Conservative Democratic ticket. Tbey had tried to get oat a ticket, and this, the fourth ticket-, would tiarrtiv Kilrk. far hf nmlerktooJ that Mr. Cole- ma a would not serve on the Kadlcal ticket. The ticket was composed ox put. w nuamwn thAvnrstlladleallnMemDhls: W'm. M. Kan- doiph, who had always voted tbe Kadlcal ticket; Win. Smith, another judical, and Augustus Hltzreld, also a lladical. These were pretty Kadlcais, who called themselves Independents, aod asked Democrats to vote i or them. Emerson fctherldge, who stood at the head of the ticket, was always oppo&ed to the Democrats, and after his defeat for governor he took every occasion to &bue the Democrats, lie blood on the streets and took pleasure In abusing the Democratic party. Two years ago the Democrats split, nd an Independent ticket was elected. Bar bour Jjewis in mat manner becureu uiseiec tirm. and voted for the civil liehts bill. Had It not been for the Independent movement 11 ay oee wouki nave Leen eieeiea 10 congress, and voted acamst the civil liithUbtll. Tnis Independent movement was made two years agotoeteci a xuuicu uiajur uuajtr,nuu therDCceeacd: and If the Democrats now abandon their own party, another lUdlcal candidate would be elected,and other negroes, like lit. hhaw, elecwd to offlce. Who Is It, gentlemen, that has been Inttm menial In getting cp this bo-called Independ ent UpkptT It was Eobertson Todd and tne wire-pullers of the ttaaicai party. . J. hmlti,. thecenerat. wholsever at the birth can oy aiiy poiuiuiy uiviue or ueieai iue jjemocmuc pany, was nearu w ray out w fiov. We have sot the Democrata now. The Indeoendent movement is a trump card for us. Jjut iwoocrLsou xuj'p is uie hccuuimu not tne aadav.oi me movemenu lie is ier- ribiv distressed about the condition of tbe country, and weeps crocodile tears over the oppressed tax-paying people of the State, county, ana ciy. xie swij vueit: uuiuicub w this rmiTA must be lightened so tbev can have a breatblng-spell. lie howls throughout tbe county about the burdens ot taxation, and nodoubt In bis dreams be mutters, Tax pr. taxes, and the independent ticket!" Mr. Topp has taken he initiative In getting up me inaepenaeut ucaei m oruer iu aisrapi me Democratic party, and low-taxes Is the wedge tie is uflng with whleh to spill our party. Having taaen uiis position, ana aiso iaaen the stnmD. where he charges the Democratic party with tbe responsibility of the high taxes. A am n aitautcu xss luuaju u mo ovaiu wu the tflx-DnvlDZ onetlon. I have called uton tome of the 8tate. county, and city officials and made inquiry a to how much taxes Mr. Topp owes. I find that he owes back taxes (which in some Instances run baccasfaras lW) as follows: State and county tan saooui ;?',uuu;ciiy iaxer, wiin in terest due thereon, tbtJM. lie owe the city In addition to that, the sum of $17,000, by rea bon ol his putting lo bis own use certain bonds which beluneed to the cllv.aud which 1 learn was Intrusted to hit art. Adding all this to gether, we have the round sum of; &7,(JU), be sides some interest on tbat amount. .Now if this howling advocate fjr low taxes is in earnest In the endeavor to relieve the ptople of the bunIenswhlchopprthem In the way of taxes; if he is honest In th doctrine that he preaches, let him ,how his lalth by bis works, and march up to the tax-collector's office. State, oount and city, and pay up this indebtedness which has been accumulat ing bineelfcSO. if be will do this, there will be Jan that amount (SoTJjUu; less to be assessed upon the property of tne oppressed people. Tne surest mode of getting taxes down to a low point Is for every one to pay his taxes promptly, and thus do his part in supporting ine ciaie, county muu vuy .utciuuicuus u nlle you have been paving 5 oar taxes since lbUO to support and keep up tbe government under which Mr. Topp receive protection and nlovs aU tbe benefits of a cltixeu. he has pan! nothi g, yet he has Leeu ei jolugthe procerus or a large wamie uuiiuk uj.i uiw'. a would ask you, Democra s. Conservatives and moderate Itepublic ad s, who de- Kim to nut down tstx s an 1 the advocates of the odious civil rights bilil. Is this the teaaer wnom you are wining lo ioi lowin the attempt to break, up the party which is putting lorth every effort to elect Colonel Casey Young overJHsrbour Lew Is, who voted for that Infamous bill at the last session of cod cress, and who asks you to vote for Hor ace Maynard for governor, who favors negro equality? uenerai Williamson, wno was eiecieu lO UlO iuAi iCKaLUie, uic iuc Dresent assessment law. which Mr. Randolph said In a recent speech was tbe most Infamous law that ever passea ana snouia nui ue al lowed to stand on the statute bxjfcs. General Williamson also voted for the funding bill they now complain oi. i nese uauicais ana I ndeuendenis sav tbev axe for Andy Johnson for senator. iSow Kmer&on Klheridge, when a candidate for governor, took every occasion to stab Andy Joimson s political recora, ana voted against nim. ninenage voteu jur lax. IAMI. l" f'b".' IS - n - ion. ile therelore naa a ngnitosay iname riirf not belive that Ktherldire would vote ror Andrew Johnson, although he promised to ao so. lie thought tbe Democrats should vote lor the nominees, lie would willingly see Andy Johnson go to tbe senate. The peo ple could decide tnis question uy polling votes tororaealnsthlmontheday ol the election. These lladical Independent say the Demo cratic party don't say anything about Xtii worklngmen. Colonel Logwood here read the resolutions adopted unanimously by the Dem ocratic convention at XashvMe In August last, a copy ol wuicn is punusneu in an edi torial that appears on the second page of to day's AfrEA I j Now, isnl that good enough? i n von find anvthlnc in the lladical clap trap half ao good? (Applause.; All the classes ur society 'tne mercumus uiwuuii witn and farmers-might get together, and they could not draft a fetter platform ror the mass es ortlie people. JIaJor(Jus.A.Uenry,who mnir a unwell here last week, was chairman of that convention, and when he put the question, there was not a dissenting voice. He ueiieveo mis pmiiviuihwuiu buxuccj Khanln fsrrner. laborer and merchant. Andy Johnson suonld reel very much compliment ed to know that Emerson Klheridge, who had been his most severe vuitner aua aonser, ann worst enemy, now crouched between his legs like a yellow cnr.crlnglng aud whining ror the crumbs or office. Ktherldge and his ticket bad teen compelled to swear iney were Andy Johnson's rrlends In order to get a Utile offlce. The proud eagle ot siatemansblp, An drew Johnson, compelled the carrion crews Kniersou Ktherldge, and others or that ticket, to crouch at bis reel to get a little office. The speaker then gave his attention to the ruud lng bill, which he said he had opposed while editor of the Jtcgitlrr. Radicals weie running candidates who voted for the rund lng bill, and yet they tried to charge It on the Democratic party. llcbertMra Topp, the night I herldge spo-re at the Greenlaw Opera house, lead allstor names which bo tried lo make the people telieve were pledged to the Inuepen .ent ticket. Mr. Char es M'Lean, w hose name was at the bead or the list, next day published a card denying it he said he was lor low taxes, and expected to find it in Ihe Democratic party, whose nominees he vv onld support- The object or tbe Independ ent "ticket was to defeat Porter and elect Maynard, and to defeat Colonel Casey Young lor congress, and eltct liar hour Lewis who voted for the Infamous civil rights bill. These men Independents sought to elect. Horace Mavnard who said at a speech made at deveianu, -iennwe, m isoo. "1 telisou gentlemen, thst In a short time it thiimmnliilnt about neuTO eaualltv will be done away with. There Is every evidence tbat the negro will be on a social equality with the white man in your Htate. Yet, ten Urmen, n a thort time lie via marry and inter marry in your famiiia- It is a little ot jectlon able to-day, bat you will soon get over this, and the persecuted negro will be welcome to your parlors." 1 be eflect of this ixjepcndl movement If It can do am thing will Us to aid tn electing Barbour Lewis and Horace Maynard. The only way to prevent this Is to de.'eat the thieving Radical party In this effort at noero equality, trr only way to defeat Horace May nan), Harbour L?wl, and Emeiton Ktherldge and Robertson Topp, who work nnder May nerd's banner, was to go to the polls and vote ror the Democrallc nominees. (Applause. W. yr. M'DOWELL being called upon, made a few remarks. In whten he called attention to tbe ITrt that the men who by secret meeting said they would reform, are the same who have brought debt on the country and oajarersed the people here like the Kadleals In Louisiana enu t-oulli Carolina. Barbour Lewis and bis Radical part , during the two years and eight months they hsd control of i he county of Shelby. Increased the deb from KU.CU0 to almost SMsjiOO, exclusive of the Jail datit. Harbour Lewis and his administration Increased the debt rrom WWJOO to nearly Risotto in two years and eight months, while In tbe tour years pre vious the expenses were but Wjumw. Under Radical rule tbe penitentiary cost the Ktate llutiHJO per annum, under the Democrats tbe annual expense ol the State Is V Witts. Did Mr. Ulhexluge tell you this? No. When the Radicals were In power the penitentiary at the male annually nu.uuO; now It has bsen rented for J W.D00, making a difference or Uyiitfl. Ktherldge didn't tell you anything abontthls. -f-o, he was coolrs with Ilubour Lewis. Robertson Topp talked about oppressive taxes on thepoor man aud labirer. Vet ItobersonTmin lives !n Pi'SCe, and his stately mansion overlooks ine mechanic's cottage. ". Jiobfrtton Txrpp, owes CHVII ol taxes, lie does not pay this, and therefore tbe poor man Is compelled to pay taxes aud lCAbertsou Tonn revwls In ease and lnxurv. Why dont Robertson Topp pay ihtte vajiit) taxes, and relieve the pcot ? He, three years ago, filed a bill agatnet Topp to compel him to pay lits taxes. Ihere was but one man on Ibis Independent ticket who paid taxes. Bar bour Lewis brought upon them the county debt, which they are called upon to pay. Du ring Ibetlmeo! tbe olalm-tMef, W.U.btokes, this Individual, Bsruour Lewis, tried to keep the people rrom the right of fianchlse He even went lo Washlagton to awlsl In the re rnnstincllon or the southern rHates. and keep yon, the white people, lroni the right of vot ing. Yet, Ibis uartKur Lewis, wanted Ihe shite pMple to Lo Wash! send him as congress man to wasnington to collect tneir claims. When these men were In power they compelled 7011 w pay lor auvertiiements ot UHel MW ! 1 1 llli ..H-1--- - property In a Radical newspaper; they chanced the county districts of the Bute to detest yon: they have recently thrown out seven hundred registered votes in Ubulsiana. This third party seeks lo restore Radicalism t hv pjl it the "Teo nle's Reform and Work- lngnien'sUcket,' It means that the Radicals have become so odious and their acts smelt so imniv tome pumic niw, tuai uie pwjtie are dlntWed with them ; they therefore seek if. ti,craiH themselves. He saw before him iir. aJonnell, whom Mr. Rousli went to see and offered to withdraw from the ticket if ihov ronld find anv man acceptable to the worainxmen. mis iney wouia not ao, ai thou .h Mr. Koush made the cenerous offer, an h was for the cood of the ticket. Mr. Hltz- held had been pledged to tbe Democratic nominees ai me convention, aitnougn ne was now ruuning on mi ucaeu ne naa vioiaiea tnis pieage maae. JOUX OVERTON. JR being called on. said he would bod port th entire Democratic party. He favored low taxes, and would do all in his Dower to re move such burdens. While a member of the last legisiatnr he opposed tbe funding blil and would try to have it repealed It elected. He favored, also, the mechanics lien law, and woud try to have an efficient one passed, if elected. He tried to pay his taxe, and thought it right for all men to pay their honest deots Bfiu iuck. uwingio luH laiiureui some lo pay t heir taxes, tbe honest neonle were com pel led to pay two-thirds more than they would be required to do if all paid their taxes. xie was amuMu at ine luea ci me men on tne Independent-Radical ticket claiming that they alone are for reform. The difference be tween himself and tbem was. that he favored all these reforms two years ago, before he knew whether such measures were popular or noi, oecause ne oeuevea uiemngnt, ne saia he was In favor or tbe abolition or Jury fees in civil cases, unless cilled for by the liti gants, and then let them pay tbe costs; and also in favor of parties convicted in felony cases working out their costs, in addition to tneir sentence, and m misuemeanor cases let tbem work out their fines in a house of cor rection or workhouse, which should be estab lished by tee county and city. Such a system hss proved a succesi in other well-regulated governments, and he believed It would be nere. iet crime pay its way. lie saia mere were manv ex Dense i of the criminal court that ought to be and could be curtailed, as they are entirely too heavy. Merchants should not pay a higher tax than Is put upon auy other species of property; he was against nri vilece-taxatlon In any form. H e favored a new constitution, and said be would be will- lntr to abide and reflect the wishes of his con stituents on the senatorial question. He was interested In tbe welfare of Memphis; he fa vored low taxes, and if elected he would try to serve them honestly and faithfully and lo me oest oi nis auimy. MAJOR W. J. SYKES was called on for a speech, but declined, say ing, however, tbat he would try to speak to them next Monday night. If he returned In time from Nashville. Half the people here paid no Ktate tax, and he would enlighten mem wnen nespoae next Aionaay, MASS MEETING TO-NIGHT Grant to be Petitioned to Recall the Troops Sent Here to Help Elect Har bour Lewis. Mass Meeting to be Held at the Operahouse to Arouse tbe People and Secure Signatures. An Attempt to Intimidate tbe Cit izens bf Soldiers that is lo bo Kesented with Spirit and Dignity. To the people of Memphis and Shelby county. At a period of profound peace and tranaullly. in a couuty where not an act of lawlessness nas seen commuted ior years on account of political differences, where the ut most rreedom or speech is tolerated, and the ngnt to exercise tne elective irancuise oy tne citizens or every race, color and creed never has been questioned or abridged since the ter mination or the war, an armed soldiery has been quartered In our city, upon the eve or an election, and at almost the termination or a canvass which has been conducted thus far wlthacourtesyalmost unprecedented. Tbere- iore we, tne unuersignea, request oar lenow citizens to assemble ai the Ureenlawoiera houne. on Tuesday, October 27. 1871, to respect rullv. but earnestly petition ills ICxcellencv. President Grant, to remove them rrom our midst, and to assure mm and the people or tbe United States that we are neither disloyal nor lawless; that we accord here to every man enure rreeaom 01 speecu ana political action, C A. ISeehn. F. L. Vjanhorn, J. P. Prescott, T. II. ixigwood, M. D. L iitewa-t, Henry ICBeatty, Janes . Carpenter, T. B. Trezevent, John M. Page, J.B. Hatch A Co., Joslah Dixon, K. II. Martin, Torn Holman,Jrn John C Maccabe, johu Donovan, C. A. Hose, W. 1). Beard, B. y. UaUer, Joe Barblere, N. R. Taylor, Wm. Watt, J. Oenette. Tbos.II. Chilton. Dooglass Caldwell, John Lilly, E. WooIdriJge, K. M. Mason. Bees R. Kdtaondson, W.J. LltUeJohn, C. Walsh, O.U.P.l'lper, Jas.Q.tilmpson, U-Seessel, J.M. Good bar, M. Magevney, J.J. DuBose, M.J. Waldran, A. 1. Morgan, J.K. Ballard, L. Harrison, W.J. Sykes, II. J. Forsdlck, W.M.Hunt, J.R.K.UlIUland, P. R. Cousins. W. N. Wllkerson A Co., j Berlins, Cbas. KtoutA Bro C w. Hetskell, K. A. Cole, Price, Joces Co K.J. Karr, R. F. Looney, Fred R. Brenan, George F, Bootes, Jr., J.M.dneed, J.il.Bbaw. K. M. Parkham, W. D. titration, John B. Drake, James F. Porter, Henrv J. Lynn, R. L. Dalton, J.C. Thrall, W. A. Holt, K. J. Saunoner, C It. Itose, Paul T. Wright, P. W. Duffy" 11. J. James, M. tiulllvan, Ike tiellgmsn, John Roper. J.J. Busby A Co. W. W. Bnsby. Dlllard i& Coffin. 1L Dow. C IC rollard. J. R. Taylor. A. G. Ifarris. J. F. Dowdy. John P. Hill. Henry Thorns. II. C. Hampson, J. V. Fussell. J.J. Williams. S. P. Lutter, W. M. Bneed, Vt . L. Cooper. I. F. Holt, J.CCblsm, Jos. B. Smith, C A.Griswold, John Wcndel, J. .Xagel, liartion t Gardiner Wm. Pelican, James Duffy, John Sullivan, George Tweedy, Michael Altry, II. Lynch, D. Casey, B. Farreil, P.J.Kelly, Phillip Doberty, L.P. Benrer. Thos. Kelly, J. Kagau, L. Lambureth, W. A. Benton, D. W. Porter, G. W.Sfaw. D. F. Junkerman, 1. F. Jackson, Jr., M. Donohue, J.T. Venable, J. H. Singleton, liO. Milton, J.J.llaby, A. W.Orady, T.Snlllvan, Daniel Ames, T.M. Murphy, J. J Sears, K. Dudley Frayser, K. R.Gemmon. 1LB Wells s. FoIweU, B. M. Burrow, John G. Lonsdale, Jr., J. E. Temple, 11. M.James J. II. Anderson, Wm. F. Hardin, W. R. RIchardet, F. D. Stockton, W. J. Chase, W. D. Lnmpkln, W. S. Cameron, Raphael Somme-s. Jr., Wm. V.Taj lor, LIO), D. C Irwin, J. Menders, H. Myers, H. U. Hlgbee. W. A. Davidson, M, Goodman, W. W. Goodwin. C M. Hobon, L. II. Chapman. Ueorge L. Hills, W. 8. Titus. John W. Walker, James Bowline. John C Lewis, J. M. Fowlkes, J. W. Moores, 11.11 ward. w. u. uoskins. J.M. Harris A. J. Harris. John D. Brewster, ueorge iiotmes, Jesse W. Page, J. J.Wilson, w. a. wiikins. J. U. Davenport, James Koley, F. M'Cartv. T.B.Haynes&Co. j. v. i-age, Jr. M.C.King. W. U. Patterson. O. H. Taylor. r. w. snemii. 8. V. Kaue. j. A. riDane. H. uothard. W. B. Mallory. D. F. Jsnt. F. M. Haley. M. F. Kennedy. J.T.DnnU A. A. i-aton. U. W. MU.er, J. B. Mallory, w. o. cannon. Richard Wright, C. H. Bailey, F. D. Barnum, Geo. B. Patterson, 8. C. Reudelhuber, K. JOCtZ. John xi'Mahon, u. u. cox, Tim Foley, frank igen, Edward bchfoss J. Doyle, J. Madden, Pat Connell, John iibaughnessy, l nomas u ugrmicK, win. jieurer. J. B. Karris, ri. 11. Miner. John A. zkst. iat itair. J. Wilson, Nelun A. BUI. W llllam Ilelnbart. John F. Diusou, Cliarles Borner, J. M'Clure, 1'. R. r reiuel. James Dolau, Thomas tirennan, M. Daly. B. iu Henderson. William M'Clean, B. F. Colemau, J.J. Kawltngs, J. 11. Lawrence, . F.Walker, Oeorge W. Miller, r. 11. ?ayior, m. linattes. W.R Hodges. Jos. Hpecht, R.H-Norrls. t-eo. Das..lell, It. w. txlmoudson. N. CM alone. R. F. Bowen, Henry J.Ljnn. H. W.Greene, C. A. LeffiDcwoll. Thos. Murray, Jno. Taylor, M J), ciL.!ewan. J.W.A.iraarny, wiltn. iirooas. Jno.Uordon, j.a. dfituugo. U. W. Uordon, J.C.Page, FB0GBESS rOltETER! Ever since the dayg of Gambrinus beer has been considered a national drink. But liase reilows have or lale perverted It Into a milium rompoiftum, the roots or which no man could discern. St. Loals, In particular, sent down a stun tbat nobody relished any more. Mtlwankee beer was a very great Im provementIs a very nice beer out It does not fill the blil. Every one has become a con nefiicur. Progress forever! Our Aurora Lager Beer does fill the bill. Clear as crystal, pure as old, delicious as nectar, sparkling as cbam- iisck. i-njj uim;ijijo oi uamurinus will cry out- "rsw tne amurosla we have been thirsting lori'nce the creauon or the world." Gambrluus himself could brew no better; and ior prooi we invite me -uuie country to ver ify our assertion. Taste It, and you will be convinced or Its superiority. Our brewery Is one ot the rlohest In America. Malt and hops are the inly Ingredients from which to pro duce beer, and our brewer is the paly one that has gone back to first principles: t'Beer Is mide ol malt and hops." No foreign Ingre dient ofiends the palate; no bad altertaste creates nausea: It leaves only a pleasant recol lection. To the trade we would say: Try It; the difference In freight alone is an Induce ment, leaving out others. Respectfully, K. Q0E.NTEL btjN, ,9 &uui!M iup iuaiu siree . T - , i KY-A-Ttw-kkn 1 1 " Veeta itje eateflOaTCumamvrw. ; onhesUtebolh at home and abroad. Uoenos Ay res. LivERPOOU October . Advices b7 oiiiTixim'. Ex-Governor Harris rinnagin. kantn. of Ar The Little Rock Oozelle of Saturday, noticing the death of Ex-Governor Flanagln, which occurred on Friday last at his late resi dence In Arkadelphia, gives a brlel biographi cal sketch of him, from which we learn that he was a native of New Jersey, and at the lime or bit death was fifty-eight years or age At an early age he removed to Indiana, whero he read law, and on being admitted to the bar removed to the then new Bute of Arkansas, about the year 1833. He settled in Clark coun ty. at Greenville, the county site, and subse quently removed to Arkadelphia when the county ute was established at that place, lie ifiio pursueu uie practice or nis proiession wiin maraea aouuy and success, ana took a prominent part in the comics or the day. He was several limes a member or the legislature, and in Itm a delegate the constitutional convention. On tb secession or the State he went Into the loniiueraie army, in command or regiment, and while absent with his regiment, was elected .In l!B, without solicita tion, eovemor 01 tne state ior tour vears. suc ceedlng Hon. Henry M. Hector. He came uume anu entereu on nis uuties as cutei-cxec tltlve or the State, a blare which he held to the close or ttewar. Ou the termination or the struggle. Governor Flanaeln resumed the practlceor hlsjproresslon at Arkadelphia. Dur- mx we six years 01 reconstruction ne was disfranchised, though he still took an active miensh iu ijuuuci, sou never laueu so sirixe a blow for tbe people when occasion offered. The first opportunity aTter his disfranchising stiaklea were stricken off,he was elected by his iiwpie, inuune last, 10 u nign ana responsi ble position that or delegate to tbe recenl constitutional convention. It was tbe work performed in that convention which caused the death or the distinguished delegate, lor no member labored In convention and In com mittee more arduouslv than Governor Plana gin. Aa chairman ol the 1 udlelary committee and the committee on revision, he was con stantly engaged when the convention was not in session, in convention newas always in his seat, taking an active part In the debate and proceedings. It has been remarked tbat 10 mm, pernaps, more man any otner mem ber, belongs the Drond honor 01 belnr the lather or the excellent constitution which the people ol Arkansas have Just ratified by sucu an overwneiming majority. Alter tne ;reai worn was nntsned, ana tne copy 01 uie -asl article had been nrerjared for the nrlnter. nature gave way and the ex-governor was prostrated on a bed of sickness. This was on Saturday before the Burning or the constitu tion on atonaay. lie never reiurnea to nis seat, and his name does not appear on tue parenmeni roil ot toe in strument which he. of all others, assisted in framing. Governor Flanagln stooa in tne iront rank 01 tne oar 01 tne state, and was freauentlv a soeclal Judee or tbe su preme court, as a lawyer, a jurist, a legts alor. an executive, his name ranked upon the roll olthe most Illustrious in the State's history. As a man he was beloved, and or un bounded personal popularity among those wno anew mm weu. 111s loss is one wnicn the State will feel. His place cannot easily be filled. Always a staunch defender of the truth a true and tried lrlend of therlcht: able, honest and true in all the relations 01 life ; no man ever whispered a reproach on the fair name of the deceased. Arkansas monrns his loss. LAW REPORTS. First Chaueerr Conrl-R. J. norcan cnanceiior. Courts etauda adjourned until Wedues day, twenty eighth Instant. The following order was made by the court yesterday, to wn: "uraerea oy tne court mat uereaiier ine clerk and master or this court shall not ac cept any member or the bar In this county or city, or solicitor 01 uus cuunu surety uu auy bona ior costs, attaenment, replevin, injunc tion, or as suretv on an v note or bond ror pur chase money, loaned under the order of the court, unless aiiowea ny tne cnanceiior. Second Chancery Conn TTnlUer, Chan cellor. Court" has adjourned until Monday, November 2.1S71. The lunr summoned lor jnuisaay are oruereu to report xuursuay weea, me am. First Clrcnlt Court llelskell, Judge. The case of A. M. F. Locaa vs the Hartford City and Syracuse Coal company, the first on the calendar, consumed the entire time of the court yesterday. It will be dis posed of this mornlmr. when the calendar, as uereioiore puousneo, win ue caiieu. necnd Clrcnlt Conrt Halsey, Judge. To-day tbe case of Hill va Deane & Wayne will be taken up. The special Jurors summonea in me case are nounea to atteua at ten o clock. Criminal Court Fllppln, Jndge. Tbe. following caaes are for trial to day: jamos Deigin, John currord, run. Bur nett, and Dan. llauston. Hook&LaGrill's celebrated JEureka roor.coatlng, the cheapest and best In use, No. 328 Second street. Men's calf shoes at SI. from the late nre, at 11. uoms & Bro.'s, tue Main street. ADDITIONAL. KIVKR SEWS. BT TXLxartaFH. VlCkSBUBQ. October 26. River fallln Weather warm and dear. Port list Ud: nisuisros, - o ooats uown to-uay. LoniaviLLX. October 26. River stationary. wiin 3 leei in me canal, anu 12 lucnes in the Indiana chnte. Weather clear and warm. So arrivals or departures. St. Louis. October 25. River falune slowly. Weather clear and oleasant. Arrived: City of Vlcksburg and Colorado, Vlcksbnrg. Departed: city ofChester, Memphis. PiTTSBDBO. October 26 River 11 Inches and faiung. Weather cloudy and pleasant. Cihcikxatt, October 26. River 4 feet 5 Inches and falling, weather warm. Skv Orleaks. October 28. Weather clear and plea-ant. No arrivals. Departed: Glen- coe, St, Louis. ETAN8VII.LE. October 28. River railing. Mercury &i3 to 76" Weather clear. Nashville. October 26. The river is stationary, with 28 Inches on the shoals. weatner ciear. Cairo. October 26. Xoon Weather clear. Arrived: Grand Tower, Memphis, 7 a.m.; Joe Kinney, St, Louis, 10 a.m. Departed : Atlantic, sew urieans, 11 pjn.: tieitussey, 01. iuts,e a.m.; Grand Tower, St. Louis, noon NlEht Arrived: R. W. unean. MemDhls. 4 pan. Departed: Joe Kinney, Vlcksburg, 2 p.m.;u. w. uugan, vincinnau, epan. ruver 4 feet 11 inches and raulnz. eather clear and warm. TBOB ABILITIES. IIA3UUIUIU.,UVIWUC1.I,1 IWlll. L UI 1CU nessee and the Guir States, nearly stationary temperature and pressnre. cooler, clear and partly cloudy weather. aiAKIUED. MEAD ROUNDS Sunday, October 23th, at Grace Church, by Rev. James Carmlchael, Mr. James Mead and Mlts Selksla Roukds, all ol this city. No cards. DIED. McCALL-UM On Saturday, October 21th, at the residence of his mother, " Egypt Place,' In this ceunty. after a brief Illness, LtrrnsB Thomas McCallck, aged nineteen years, youngest child of Mrs. Mary A. McCallum and of Malcolm McCallum, now deceased. vr. z. itiiTcnEtiivs school. No. 303 Third Street, r?NGLlSU. COMMERCIAL AND CLASSI Pi cil courses tauzht. For nartlcnlars id. piy atiiw iniru streeu sea I. 0. O. 27. aijlK members or Bluff City -.sa. Lo'ge, No. lS7,are hereby no-i3afili 1 1 fled to meet at their nail , o.25IKlEjKf second street, this (TUlSDAi) 3fne evening, at 74 o'clock, to receive their Char ter, for Initiation, reception of Banner Lodge, - , 1 ...... , rtl K,w Imnnptnnt l.n.l.M The Lrethren or sister Lodges fraternally Invited to attend. u. v . 1j- UltUUli., . u. W. H. MorSTOS, gecretary. oct27 I. O. O. I. mllE officers and members of I Banner Lodge, No. 117, are iiarnhv reonested to meet in rrus-s; in iJnnTn. this 1TITHSUAY1 even ing at Hi o'clock, for the purpose of paying a fraternal visit to Blufi City Lodge, No. ir. A tull and prompt attendance is ueinu. j s. II. hUEPHERD. tSecretary. oct37 TEMPLE OF HOSOlt. T uk nfflpan mid members or NafomaTem- plo orHonor and Temperance, No. 1, are here- y nounea io attenu a mmuug v wo . i....,-. this (TUlSsDAY) evening, October27th. at 7K o'cock, ror klkctiox of Ors-icEKS ror the en suing term, and other Important business. By order. BON Y. PRICE, W.C.T, A, H. White, W.R. oc27 ESTIIEU even. rpHE regular Rehearsal 1 1 tbe Esther, which L was postponed rrom Monday on account or the Concert or the Mendelssohn Quartette Club, will be held on WEDNESDAY evening, October 2Sth, at 7K o'clock, sharp. By order 0 the President. oct27 NORMAN L. AVERY, Secretary. APPOINTMENTS OP J. Iff. GALLOWAY, Ziemocrfitle and ConaeraUlve Candli dale for rloterlal Representative. City or Memphis First Ward, corner Jack son and Main streets Saturday, Ootober 21th. Colliery 11; eTu onlay, October 27th. Lagrange Wednesday, October 2bth. Moscow Thursday, October 29th, Bomervllle Friday, October 30th. Memphis BealeSUeet Markethouse-Satur-day, October SlsU My competitor, Radical or Independent, li requested to meet me at these appointments and dlscnss the questions now before th" people, J. M. GALLOWAY, Irom a drawer " Md,Vnit "?nsr" nn Attention, Knights Templar, -TTOtT are berebv ordered to attend In X fatigue dr&s, for dtin, thlsfTUtW-' Dsl) evening, at 74 o'clock, at Adams. mock, second street. By command. J. W. WARD, K. C. T. J. RAKOncs, Recorder. oct27 Templars' Guards. a "HI" Templars' Guards will meet for drill, . lo-nl-hl(TUKDAYi,oulhe drill ground, corner ot But'er and Tenne-wea sts. By order JAixsuj r. 1 utiWH, captain. D. S. Taylor. O. B. oct27 WARD IEET1GS! DEMOCRATS CONSERVATIVES APPOINTMENTS FOR DEMOCRATIC & CONSERVATIVE I SPEAKERS, At all of which the Nominees will Attend, and also Atldrcus the People Tnetdsy, October 27 Nlght-8th Wanl, ropiar street juaraemouse lion, vt 1 . 1 AVERY, Gen. JAM. R. CHALMERS, Judge I l.liL,li,U)l.A,J. JvEiLLiAri. Wednerdsy, October 2-Nlght- Cth Ward, Jisin street, near neaie tjoi. r . u. muur. TON, J. A. TAYLOR, Esq., JNO. DJt-DAMB, l- llinndny, October 29 Night 4th Ward, secona unancery tjourtroom uoi. 1. a. LOGWOOD, Col. HEE3E B.E0MONDSON, Col. R.P. DUNCAN, J.M. PETTIQKEW, Friday. October 30 Joint discussion at I ureeniaw uperanouse oetween juuge j a1, i v. r-uitiitk ana riou. jiur.Aur. jiai-i KARU. SntnrdiiT, October 31 For 5th and "th varas. ueaie street AiuseuDois-uu. ju HI AH PATTERSON, Capt. R. C. WIL- lilA.MOU.I, iion. U. 1'. M. XUlt- Kit. By Order Executive Board. M. J. WALDRON, Chairman. E. WoasHAM. SecreUry. J.B. GOLLADAy'S SlXTY-EIOllTH M0NTHLTDEA.TVIKG. Nashrille, Term., October 2G, 1874. 100,000 TICKETS. 5,000 PRIZES IN CASH AHD KEAL ESTATE. Ilcbels 82l Eleven for i820 All orders must be addressed to J. R. GOLLADAY, Bowling Green, Ky. Z.IST OF PRIZES: 1 Ten Thousand Dollars Cash 110,100 vju Atrcs ui hsbii is xiarris county, Texas, situated on Cedar bayou. 2'i miles Irom Houston 10,000 a 'two-story tinea" House and Lot, W) feet front on 8. Market and 100 feet on Wharf to an alley, Nashville. Tenn . 9 AO i iw avics iuipiueu property,. miles from Nashville on Dickenson pike, with 2 houses, 3 rooms each, and nnltimisaa 10,000 a iv Acres improvea property near Edgefield, li miles from Nash ville, with new frame house con taining 6 rooms, outhouses, etc.. 10,000 o 4?j vcresxuipruveu property aajotn- lng above, wilb house or 3 rooms ana outuauae. 7.0U0I 7 Two-story Brick house, with lot S3 feet fiout on K. Market, and 10J feet deep to an alley, Nashville, T-Tin 8 Two-tory Brick house, with lot 27 feet front on 8. Market, and 100 feet di ep to an alley, Nashville, Tenn 9 Frame house, with lot 19 feet front on a. Market, running back 100 feet to an alley, NashvHle.Tenn 10 Frame house with lot, 19 feet Iront ou S. Market, running back 100 feet to an alley. Nashville, Tenn Next 00 prizes each, cash no Ncrt 100 Drlr.es each, cash I10 Next 2C0 prises each, cash SS 700 IJM 4,000 lrS00 2,000 1.0U0 ico 1,000 01 Diamond 1 512 Diamond Sett 501 Diamond Rlng- OUU I 501 Lady's Diamond Watch and Gold opera . 5(5 An extra line blooded Horse &0l e:o SOU Barouche, Harness, and pair Match 1.000 I 5fi7 Buggy and Hnmpgg , , 508 A Gentleman's Watch and Chain.. 301 250 200 cOO 3K0 1,170 S00 350 400 500 l.CtO out, Laay s watcn ana Chain.. 510 Building lot In Bowling Oreen,Ky t - . u.ntai;ii, (nut Next U0 prises each, casn 13 991 Cash 9a; Cash 993 Cash. 991 Cash. 995 Cish. 99i New Frame house, 4 rooms, lot 0 itvb iruufc on Aroutiana avenue. Hdgeneld. Tenn 5X0(1 1 997 New Frame house, 4 rooms, 60 feet front, adjoining above 2,000 WS Building lot In Nashville, Tenn.,333 feet rronl on College street 2,009 999 House and lot In Bowllnz Green. K v 2ji0 ukv iis Acres ui suiu in i-namDers county, Texas, on Cedar bavou. 25 miles rrom Houston . lieco wjlv Approximation i-rizes or si eacri. heinr determined by2U00nurnbers on each side or the number drawing the capital prize. The above prizes will be drawn In Nashville, Tenn., on Monday, October 38, 187. My i-rawings always take place on the luuitni jiu.mjai in each month. They are conducted in public by a committee se lected I rom the audience by the ticket-holders r l C7--T11 k . 1W,WV UUUIUCIS, CUUVSpUaUIBg W1U1 he number or tickets Issued, are pnt Into the vhMl. ntiil thft fli-et rtnmh,. raon i I titles the holder or the corresponding number to the first prize on the list, viz: Clo.ooo- the second number drawn to tbe seeond prize, etc., until 1OJ0 numbers are drawn. The re- maintngwuu prizes are determined by approx imate numbers. A. statement of tbe drawn numbers is nub. usueu aua lurwarueu to ucaev-noiaers ana Agents, i-rizes lorwaruea promptly. Tickets for sale by Acents throughout the countrv. Orders bv mall or nnmHmiKtlw directed to me at Bowling Green. Kentucky, ts.UUL.LiA.lJAX. WFor full Information, apply to G. 11. SAMUEL, No. 6 West Court street, Memphis, Tenn. PICTDRES FROM FLORIDA." XT1SSAID 40,000 people visit Florida every winter. HCBIBNER for NOVEMBER con-1 talns a HagBlUeendr Illnslrated Article on that fascinating region, TIi. Italy ol merlca, which will serve as an almost Complete Gnlde-BooU lo the traveler. The publishers of SUKIBNER'S MONTHLY In the KoTfmber Somber, "which begins the ninth vol a me, announce, among other at- iracuve ieaiures, a newsenesoi iiiaiiraiea i'Hiwrfl.rromTarlons nens. on "sraerican Lile nud Nccncry' to rival "llie dlral tinlH' PArtent In tha nrnfnseneaa of the IIlnstrtions. Alo. i Series of Illustrated fapera. A larmpi'i Vnrxtlon in tn-i rope, byCou GKO. K. WARING, of Ogden arm, ewpori, u. iM ana a new benai, "THE STORY OF SEYEN0AKS,' BV J. G. HOLLAND. A new storv. HIT TOVRHALIX1L'' bv 8AXIS HOLM, begins in the November num ber. The Prospectus of the new Is more brill iant than that of any preceding year. Tbe maeazlne enters unon lis ninth vo ume with broader Plans and larger enterprise than ever beiore, and with the ambition It has main tained from the first to demonstrate itself to be not only " The Great National Magazine " or America, but also the hrlehtest. the Klmnp. est, tbe most beautiful, and In every way the best popular magazine or tbe world. Durlns tbe year it will present each marvels or 11 lucrative engraving as no popular maga zine has ever been able to publish, whilst Its writers wm oe. as tney nave been, rrom SI Tear, postage paid; 33 eta. a Sri ruber. SCRLBNER. & CO OC127 M Broadway, IT. Y. Attachment Notice. EFORK JAMES HALL, J. P.-A. Vaccaro On. vs. P. H. Thompson. in this cause an attachment havlnsr been sued out against defendant, ant it appearing that he is indebted to complainant In the sum of CM9 SO on account ot goods sold anil de livered, anu tne ssn-e naviug oeen levied oy garnishment on 1UU, Fontaine & Co who answer they have In their p. ssesslon two bales cotton belonging to defendant, who Is a non-resident of the Si ate ol Tennessee; It Is therelore ordered, That delendant make his n onal aDDearaoee before me. on the fit. KmaWo fend saia aiiacameuv uii-ur uie saxao-wiui .obe'oubiiXSror Sa toVbKm App,u- ID" JJwitu UALdj. J. P. 1 H.Clay King, attorney. ocU7tuS bnthedecUntd.lredertJ cemet d0,Deth.war:i tn FRESH GOODS KM nkiis. new Minced Meat. 500 boxes Cheese (Nutmeg, Factory, SwIs8,eto) 100 pfcgs. Pearl Barley, Or I Is, Oatmeal, Farina au oois. sweet lissourt ciaer. 1 car load Eastern Early Rose Potatoes. 1 carload choice ADnles. Oranees. Etc 1 car load new Mackerel, Wnltefish and salmon. 1C00 pkgs. 1 ew Raisins, Currants, Cllron acd rrunes. 30 pkg". new Holland Herring, Codfish and uoe uernng. 375 bbls, white and yellow Refined Sugars. 20 sacks Rio, Laguyra and Java Coffees. 1000 caea Jellies and Preserves. SJOI cases new Canned Fruits and Vegetables- nxzs. r-iczies. in nnis. kezs ana riass. 10UO bbls. and hall bbls. Flour, all trades. lit) bbls. Kraut, Ham Sausage and Cranber ries. 10 pkg. Breakrast Bacon, Hams and Shoul ders. 200 pkgs. Almonds, Pecans, Cream Nuts and IT tllUUL. Id) bbls. new Beans, Hominy and Green Peas. Also, a comnlete assortment of fanev and staple Grocerles.not above mentioned, wines. -.tquors, 1'igars ana Tobaccos, for sale low to mo 11 .vac, it b u.A.ICEERLI'3, Cor. Front and Union Sts. - '3 V - 0. 312 MAIN STREET, ARE OFFERING GREAT BARGAIN IN DRY GO OF EVEBT DESCRIPTION, And call Special Attention to their gg In all the New Shades. 1,T0.S rOPEIKS AND BLiCK SIMS In all the Bes' Makes. Series, Diagonals, Cashmeres, Fluids. Fall Line or Monrnlnc Goods. LARGlTbTOCK OF JEANS, GASSMEBES Repellants, White and Colored Flannels, "jhawls, ticar-s, Cloaks, and Ladies Un derwear, in great variety and AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. I Be tare aud Inspect oar n toe Ik before TAYI-OBfjOY & CO., 312 Main Street, opp. reabodj Hotel. ti. if W. M. FARKlMOTO.-t I HlMRT B. HOWXIX. FARBIN6T0N & HOWELL COTTON FACTORS, GROCERS AND Commission Merchants SOS PROMT STREET, daw MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE. ESTABLISHED lit 1S33. JS Jk. . BENSON'S Old and Reliable WHOLESALE MDSiC HOUSE Piano - Forte Warerooms, 317 MAIN STREET, la now offering Benson it Co-'s Pianos S3SO to S 500 Great Union Square Grand.. ...0 to t 500 ..1400 to J 550 uaoier reanos ose & Sons' Pianos. UCO to S 500 Steinway & Son's 11 ana .Mawn & Hamlin's Organs. JS0 to S1200 iiu to J wo irOne Hundred Pianos for sale on monthly payments, as follows: Cash Down-o0. 1 1C0. SIM. tMO. S2M. t300. J350. S1UU, SICU. tn.. ,,... i . ,n .1 rn -vi Isi.'Lsin. linrn liberal discount for 'all cash tfown. sheet Musle and Musical Merchan- dlse. Now Is the time to bur. Piaaos tuned ana repaired oy competent workmen. K. A. Bixso.v, 317 Jlaln Nt, E.M.APEROSN. G, V. RAMBAUT. GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS, -ASD- Conimisslon Merciinnts 238 1-2 Front and 8 Jefferson streets, MEMPHIS : : : : TENNESSEE KEEP always on hand a well-selected stock of PLANTATION SUPPLIES. a Particular attention paid to the Storing and Sale of COTTON. Liberal Cash Advances made on a.l consignments. sept CHRISTIAN BaOTKEIlB'COIiLZQE 282 ADAMS STREET. THIS Institution affords ample means for a thorough Classical, Scientific and Com mercial Kducatlon. For Board, Tuition, Mcsio, euv, apply to cell BP.O.MAUKELIAN, President. R. T. HEBRON. JAMES CONNOR, Late with Shane, Harris & Co HERE0N.G0NN0R&G0, (Successors to McGee A Herron) COTTON FACTORS -AMD- Merckanla 6 ana Heat uourt St., JIEMPHIS, : : : TENNESSEE aw Liberal advaneeamadooneonslfmments Baggiuc aud lie. rxmlshed customers. idJtw ri,W acted as imon. of Ohio, acieu Taylor, Joy M EIAimpCo M lftstl?!!nA:,-V1eTdeI.TO LIUBEIE BEOTHIM GREAT SUCCESS OF n pi ciTjp CIST LARGEST ASSORTMENT M THE CITY! MILLINERY GOOD: Misses' and Ladles' Uata.. hTench Felt lials. Velvet Ilats and BonneUt nat Krames. all shapes lieaaea: LJtces. Beaded Trimmings. Fringes, Glmpa and Flowers. Ostrich "-"" Ostrich Tips Wings Featlier Trimnunp, Freiicli Flowers ! Greatest variety In Monturee, Wreaths, Sprays, etc. Selling at hair former low prices, o VELVETS! VELVETS! SILK VELVETS! in Black and all Colon tl SO, f Ladies' Underwear! Pronounced tbe best! Our own manufacture! Warranted full sizes! Everything pertaining to Ladles' and Children's Wear In Ibis line cheaper and better than elsewhere. Have added to the above depart ment Ladles' and Children's WATERPROOrs. Largest assortment of Braided sacks, Hoods. Jackets, Cloaks, In Opera Flannel, Merino and t'loth. Braided Hacks! . ..sue. Sic. c. II 26. Braided """ 50c, TSc, tl. Opera Cloaks, Mimes' ... J2 25, 75. W 50. French Merin. Hoods, Satin Hoods, etc., 1 23, II SO, 12-iWorth II to IS. FELT SACKS AND 8K1BT3. PARIS PATTERN HATS Finest assortment of styles! Flue ornaments! Largest stockjn the city, in Velvet, French Felu and Straw. Elegant Hals, R 50 to 17 worth double; Fine French Felts, 2 M to W-worth double. Don't fall to see our styles before buying. SHA WLS ! Large aaiorUnent."S.Heavy Reversible. rine rrencn wooin Breakfast, Fancy Shawls French and German Corsets largo nisorlnient 50c, 75c, SScand SI; selling at donble prices elsewhere. Largest Stock-aU.shades. All Silk au due uros urain sasn. Plain, Fancy and Bonnet Ribbons. turquoise ana ngnon hiiks.. Verp cheap. All new Beaded and Fringed Belt?, 75c, $1, HOSIERY! HOSIERY ! HOSIERY! SIW STOCK Ladles' Heavy Cotton , Laiesr naiDriggans Ladles' Iron Frame seamless. Children's Fancy Wool striped. Etc- Very cheap at ENTS' FURNISHING GOODS-NEW DEPARTMENT, Fine Lines Bosom '''-' selling elsewhere ror 11 60 to 13. Gents' Merino Shirts and Drawers, very low.- Gents' Medicated Flannel, for Rheumatism, Etc FAK OY GOODS Rnchlngs new styles. Windsor Ties all SUk Fine Frlneed Ties all Sllk- One Hundred styles Belts silk. Velvet and Moro-co- Sleeveless Velvet Sacks, Sleeveless Beaded Sacks, Sleeveless Opera Sacks Great Handkerchiefs-lull line all variety, ery tueuii. new sy lea Linen Largest Stock In tbe city. Selling off rapidly. NOVELTIES RECEIVED DAILY. WE urr ituii'n ii m risrt LEUBBI BROS., 22(9 and 222 Main Street. D. T. PORTER. W. F. PORTER. (8DCCESS0BS TO COTTON WHOLESALE 6R0CERS And Commission Mercli'nts JTo. 35 MIPS STBEET, MESfPMIS. AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED CII EEK COTTOX PBES8." B. J. SEMMES & CO, HO. 297 MAIN STREET. WHISKIES; Foreign and Native Wines, CSS (J. Stilt AHD SCOTCH ALES AND HAVANA From tbe "EI Prlnclpo do PEAROE, SUGGS & GO. WHOLESALE GROCERS AKTB COTTON FACTORS -So. 3D3 Jb'J-r-OlSTD STXUII23jt7. J. T. FAItGASOS. C C. FAR GAS ON & GLA 1, WHOLESALE 6R0GEBS AMD- COTTON 369 FRONT AND 32 1 car load bbl. and half-bbl. PleMes. 2 car loads Sew Tori Potatoes. 1 ear load Cheese. 1 car load Eagle Brand Xilk. 1 car load California Canntd Frails and Salmon. 1 carload Beans. OLIVER, FINNIE & CO. flirt -vlee-preaie .ifr:-': . rhtfr oT h.lWcounty.TeiS "r-.z w v,i jth'dav or October, OUR POPULAR PLAN, 25c, 50c, 75c. 50c, Wc, TSc. c, 75C, tl. ISC. ..30c, 25c, Tic, 50C. ioc, i5c, a. TSc, 51, 1 15. 25c, SOc JSC. 10c, lie. 1 30; worth three times Ihe price SMA WLS ! il 00. II 25, II 50. T- B0. 8 j0. II 00. 35c, SOc. 75c Fancy and Embroidered Very Gros Grain.. 10c, 12V-C. 15c. 50c, (iOc, 75c. 50C, 7Sc, II. colors and cloth shades. $1 50. Beaded Pockets, SOc, 75c, $1. FOR FALL WEAK, , . T2c lie, i 0c 3Sc, 40c, 50c. soc, 25c, aoe. 10c, 12; e, 15c, 20c. twice the price. -SI, SI 25, II 5a . 50c, 60c. TSc. II 75, C. DEPARTMENT. 10c, 15c, 25c. 15c. 20c, 2Sc tic, SOc, 75c. 1UC, IOC, ZJC. JUC jewelry in JCL, sneil, coral and f lateu. 10c, 124o, 15c worth from SOo to 50c. Great Bargains. BUY ONLY FIRST-CLASS GOODS AND SELL utr. abo v e tAJST. TAYLOlU G. W. HiCKAE F0KD, PORTEK & CO-,) FACTOR CIGrA Galea" Factorjr at Key tVe-t. Xj. "B. STJGOS, CX4.Y. J. A. iiij;yt. FACTORS CLINTON STREETS. 20,000 cases new Cavned Peaches, To matoes, Pineapples, btrawber rles, Raspberries, Blackberries, Beans, Peas, Oysters, Salmon Lobsters, Etc. 1,000 packas Raisins, Currants, -t 1 an. PORTER ELECTION NOTICE. eountyfori "J- uoveruor of Tennesse. For One Bepresentatlve in Conrreia rrom the Tenth Congressional Dlstrtetof Fennel Fornix Representatives In the GeneralAs. sembly of Tennessee from Shelby countv and One Representative In the General As! xembly of Tenuesaee mm the Ftotertal 1ms-t-rt, composed of Shelby and Fayette coun ties. rurTwo Senators In the General Asse-nblr or Tennessee from Shelby county; and One Senator ror the senatorial Lrtsirtct, composed or Tipton, Fayette and Shelby counties. The follow ine Judges and Clerks have been appointed by the County Court of Haelby epunty.and I hereby appoint the folio wlnj Deputy BheHOs to hold said election in their rriectlve districts and voting places. Foil boolcs and ballot-boxes will be furnished to the Deputy Sheriffs at ray offlce, on Saturday aad Monday preceding; the day or election. FIRST WARD. T.'riTIEf ?' Ma)u -" Wlnehester street.. Judaes-Jno. ilent, Owea Dwjer. A Ru kerL nerks-J.j. rjurry.j.j cfmsV Deputy Hherlrr-J. tfarVhy y' SECOND WARD. I'oplsr street Englnebouse. JndjeWm. Chase, li Sorrlson and Thos. Fox. OerksJas. Newsom. Jas. McKeon Deputy Sheriff-W. a Rlehajdet. THIRD WARD. . J Vincent Bloc It. on Second street. aHigStVi0'a.Porbe' w- H- Carroll. I. St. fill). Clerks A. Htf ,.! t, i. , i welL - " -"--- Depnty ShertfT-Nat Lowe, Jr. FOURTH WARD. County Oaurt BalUllni. iDiliTM-W. ftrcum U r I 1 1 1 - n r tolgley. Cterlu-chasl Martin, E. F. &m. nu.j uu.iiun,i,Annia, FIFTH WARD. No. S4 Hernando straet, near Beale. Jadices James A. Hn-av. 11. w. Miliar v. n Smith. Clerks-Charles WooWrldce. J. w! Walker. ----- Deputy Sherlfl-S. Dreyfus. 81XTK WARD. No. SIS Main street, corner of Vance. Judres John O. Knslr 1 A TaoLu- ur t llarsh. Clerks Ob as. Graves. J. 11. Hazlett. Deputy sheriff W. w. Coleman. SEVENTH WARD. North side of Beale street, opponMe Orleans street. Judges W. L. Cooper, J.T. HMsman, John Johnton. Clerks ICL. Dalton, Angus Camp- Deputy sheriff W. S. W. Montgomery. EIGHTH WARD. Poplar street, near North Marzetbouse. Jndres A. J. WMtn pir rVinM.li. p.i KaUaber. Clerks Hugh Nott, j. j. Barrr. Deputy ShetllT-M. MeM aaaa. NINTH WARD. Obest's Cooper Shop, corner of Fourth and ureesiaw streets. JudeeA W. KmIm T n tliBk. f r Doyle. Clerks Henry Bateman. Joseoh'-.' Miller. Deputy Sheriff P. M.DIcklnson. TENTH WARD. Mississippi Home. Main street, near South. Judees Ed. B. llekett. Thu. TVsia. v v. Taylor. Clerks Wm.Nntietl, A. J. Smith. Lwpaty cuenn- wm. Lt.mapp. FIRST CIVIL DISTRICT. At Untoa Academy. Judges J. D. Stewart. Frank Rnawdrn. n. Crenshair. deelrji T N" ylntrti t f 1 Brown. Deputy sheriff-John C. Stewart. SECOND CIVIL DISTRICT. At Mil wood. Judaea W. B. Davidson. W. t. VnHHn s D. Hunter. -Clerks J. A. Corbet t, s. r. Llgon. . oucuu' umtljn . jamingion. THIRD CIVIL DISTRICT. At Luey Depot. Judges W. H. Neel. W. T. Carmask. That It roc lias. Clerks W. 11. Coleman, t-hnri. Bnford. Deputy Sheriff-Win. S. Magee. FOURTH CIVIL DISTRICT. At Old TjBlon Church. Judges I. I). IIInM. T I Mli,1r It r Vauahan. Clertu famea Hmlth. I 'f a . till Hams. Deputy Sheriff I. P. Templeton. FIFTH CIVIL DISTRICT (OUTSIDE OF THE mi ur miuiphis.) At Big Spring. Jndaes M. C Pearee. R. R. TtArniw. rvmv Waldion. Clerks A. C. Hams, Ed. Tlgbe. SIXTH CIVIL DISTRICT. At Raleigh. Judges P. A. Tavlor. James Rlflrtrw'- A . R. Pope. Clerks O.N.Taylor, Bonner. Deputy snenn T.x.Tayior. SEVENTH CIVIL DISTRICT. At Bartlett. Judges Clerks- Deputy bherifl-E. L. McGowan. EIGHTH CIVIL DISTRICT. At Wythe Depot. Jutlz Stenhen Wlttirnni. J. rr tVii u a Munson. Olerks-H.L. Prlddy, D.O.Shelby. TtnntvRhrttr T I- At Loy Union. Jndares Clerks- Deputy Sheriff-Henry T. Bragg. NINTH CIVIL DISTRICT. At Flsherville. Jndee Clerks- Deputy Sheriff-W. D. Hideout. At Delauney 's store. Judges Clerks- Deputy Sheriff-W. G. Allen. TENTH CIVIL DISTRICT. At Collierville. Judees Clerks- Deputy Sherlff-I. T. Farley. At Forrest HW. Jndees Clerks- Deputy Sheriff-Robert Casn. ELEVENTH CIVIL DISTRICT. At Germantown. Judges T. D. Coonwfwl V V vra John Gray. Clerks Wm. Carter, S. B. Sh.p pard. Lwputy snerur sam Garner. TWELFTH CIVIL DISTRICT. T , AtOakvUle. Judzes Wm. MllderhranI T I' T .vt. A B. Douglass. Clerks R. H . Pxin s o Terry. ueputy snertrr wm. McKInney. At Boutyn's Station. Judzea A.J. Martin R H f2n1li,K.l T xr Flher. Clerks -11. J.Soulhall. RTfi-Rhodes! Deputy Sheriff W. D. Cannon. THIRTEENTH CIVIL DISTRICT. At Arnold's. Jndpe V IT tlrwMrol T C t- . 1 1 a r Raines. Clerks-Capt. a' A." Smith, ieno T. Harris. Deputy Sheriff Jas. Levy. SIXTEENTH CIVIL DISTRICT. At Albert Pike Masonic Lodge. Judges Jam ps G. Harvev. w r fv.vn . S. Brown. Clerks C.M. Mason. G. A. Truss. Deputy Sheriff Jo Graham. SEVENTEENTH CIVIL DISTRICT. At Blount Vernon Cnurch. Judges A. C. Uourk. Katen I 'T-ntitn Tr rr Webb. Clerks-Dr. Albert Powell, H. u! Ramsey. Lieputy snerur j. j. McMurray. At Walnut Grove. Judges Clerks- Deputy Sheriff- Ben Overturn. In the Fifteenth ITIvll THitrw .v- clty limits, voterswlll vote at theNlnth Ward precinct. In that portion or the Fourteenth civil District outside or the city limits, and east of the Hernando road, voter win mr. h Seventh Ward polls, and voters In that por tion of the said District west or the Hernando road, will vote at the Tenth Ward polls. J. Lk ANUiatSON, Sheriff Shelby County. N. B. All nermns having nat)At.yw..u longing to the county will please return them to my office by Friday, 30th October. ISM. Dean's Interest and Equation Erpo- nent a ystem goTerned by the princi ples or Decimal Xotatlon, by means of which the correct Interest of any gom, at any rate per cent- for any glTen time, is ascertained almost at a elonce. It is the most rapid and convenient method of averaging- accounts; a standard work, lnrainaoie to eTery Merchant, Banker, Lawyer, Insurance Agent, and Corpora tion; over three thousand now In tue la the United States. Address II. BERNARD, 357 Jain street, Jtmphls, Tenn. THE BEE HIVE CLOTHINO HOUSE la the place to get bargains In Gents', Youths' and Boys' Clothing. The Bee Hive has the largest and best selected stock or Clothing and Furnishing Goods In the city of Memphis, together with Ti units. Valises, Traveling Bags. etc to suit every variety or taste or fanoy. and the me- areas oeauiv 01 ma wnoie matter is. the Bee Hive Clothing House will sell cheaper than any house In the city, and guarantee perfect satisfaction or no sale. Kemember the BEE HIVE CLOTHING HOUSE, 5o. 331 Main St, Memphis. A. WOLFENSTEIN PROPRIETOR. BIBBS 1 BUSDS ! INTENDISu to leave the city on"Wedne. day. 25th Inst, I will sell a nne lot or Ger man Canaries at low prices. Call at 3S Jeirar. son street. Mocging-Blrds taken In exchange. ror canaries, ocCS JOH2ST FE2JITEUL, ATTOENEY-AT-LAW. Born sice, Ie5o9 County, Miss. r Special attention to Collections, octas i 4r -1 I.lfllltl!