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ESTABLISHED 18 MEMPHIS, TENTST.., "WEDISrSSDA.'Y", DECEMBER 3, 1874. Sis-' Hhre w mere comfort. Another Deftteeratic victory in Mississippi. Our op acini owrespendcat at Winona, tele- jrrred us last night Uiat "West, the DrttMautfe candidate for senator, has M majority at Winona, 90 at Vaiden; Kiw of 389; 1W t Lodi, a gain '.of W t Cameron's. Montgomery county wwge 0 and Carroll 100 for West- Iitfare m Kadieal. May it ever be iUm in Mississippi. FOBEEGN. Hniumaryof Jfewa frem China aad Ja pan The1 Chlnt8 HaTe Agreed to Eyerjthiap Kequlred by tho p- Japnntise. Loss of a Chinese Transport nml Sixteen LItcs Abont the Chinese Girls Im ported Into San Franoteeo Frem Fenuosa. Fearfnl Typhoon Whole Villages gtrojed and 200 JJtes Lost Move iwnti of Lending Englishmen and Americans. Tiolciit Storm at Hen Hie Gear of Bus Ia Insane The War In Uiicnos Jjrca Religion Dlstnrbancea Frenoh EleoUoM, Ktc 330-DAY the cotton exchange will elect oCHtera and directors for the ensuing ar. We trust the suggestion of aray Members," published in and in- we4 Vy the ArPEAi. a few davs asm. I Fearfnl Typhoon Whole Villages 1)6' ke carried out, and that the present Bui and directors will be re-eleoted. The admirable management of the ex- dwuge by them entitles them to such a OMupUmettt. viiwiwia favors expansion. At the lM farmers' council, a resolution of- fared by Cotosel Barwell, of Bichniond, Was adopted, declaring that the three mm ilred hih! sixty million dollars of cur- ' ettauM be retired, and four bun-1 willies of greenbacks be substl- wim, ami also in favor of a convertible San Francisco, December 1. The at three and sixty-five one-hun-1 teamer Vancouver arrived last night. ddi percent, interest. Pe Howing fa toac aumnwry of iiews niphth nf Oftfnhpr? The Jackson J3!, announcing that The viceroy and commander-in-chief. tttwuElH-tralBg arc how running on the I Lirang Chang, is reported to have de- AUttama and Chattanooga railroad, "K"l'"ui; coai ana "A good thing, not only for Me- chihilli. hitherto nndevJWd. .l m s, bt Jaekson, and all points east English agent has been commissioned to MM Mth of m, as low rates for coal by purchase the necessary machinery. This ttto ear-toad, can now be secured from atep, heretofore opposed by the govern- . m. , ,, . . . " ment, is taken by the war party as an the Birmingham (Alabama) mines." indication nr.i rfnsim r inTm,n ih. . Very sjgajfleant that of the strength of Uonal reMiurces for military purposes of awbais articles on Memphis as a lu" government. gat Manufacturing center. The Hetesa Independent of the twen ty-eighth is justly gratified by an en- At Macao Viscount Earn Janu arioe is dangerously ill. A riot had broken out at that place among the armed police. Attacks were threatened upon government houses. The disaUected, believed to belong to tlntie until the question is decided ono way or the other. Public expenses have been reduced in various ways. The mikado ami various members of the im perial family have renounced part of their incomes, numerous employes requested a reduction of their salaries, and even the scholars In th national academies have petitioned that the amount allowed for their education be temporarily reduced. The enthusiasm and oflVrs of personal sacrifices are uni versal. Volunteers are forming through out the empire. mere is niucu discussion conceniioK twnety thousand troops to demonstration. OHIO. suppress thojnax, beating Leapyear, second; Pauline Sprague, third: time. 1:501. In nools. infallibility on EXCOMMUNICATION. Pu8s Broadnax and Leapyear sold for London, November 30. A circular $la) eacb! I'auUno Sprague for f GO. letter from Archbishop Manning was third JtACE, read in all the Catholic chuitohes of this Club purso S5M), for all ages S400 to diocese yesterday, declaring that all per- first and $100 toiiecond.milo heats. Hal sons who do not accept the dogma of pa- lankeel, 1 1 ; Bonavonture, 2 2: Mary 1. pal InfallibiUty cease to be Catholics. 3 3; Bob Britton, 4. distanced; Tom fbknch election NEWS. Leathers distanced; time, l:U, 1:451. Pa lira, in pools. BallnukeeJ. $110: Bonaventure. elections were held in' this city to.day, f,11?'"1 h,Sr5' Tom others, $12; with ih a faiinui,.. .i(i.i ' Bob Britton. $10. dldates elected. Uttv-throa: mo.iaratH rP- weather clearand cool; track iu good Flusnclal Condition 1.1 T a ' - I frri il 1 r I rill oirollilnnnA inlif Ir i imt wwuauvuf MVteuuuubD likuli J 111 1 KNIGHTS TB3IM.AU. Convening of tho LeglsUlnro Mcssogc of (Jorcrcor Allcu Taxes aud Transfer of Fnnds Con-slderctt. Oi.ritlDc or ii TriennlDl Conclave ol .ucurnnu Encampment of Kulislils Templar, wlia Impoaluif Ceremony. thn iIlBtilnfpmnnt nf thn illretor nild I puoiicaus. ten: conservatlvpji. elnvnu. I """"fi "D"U"" "Bul-. other Kniclish employes of the mint at A second ballot will be miulred ill sis , n"r 3UiauttJ2oy club, JJeMa- the uewsmmcrs comnlain bitterly, aa if violrnt sm.r ll0"' tom Wash ngton, District of an antual uronLr ha.l bean done them. I T v.. w ", " . . . Vr'?mulai r'CU OU tUe courso between mauil itWUV 1 UUl JJtlUOU lUnuatOlHUHW mi nwi 1 tl f Itninn-in .. . - ThcmatteHsa serious one, for the Ja- A J!.5' paneee government Is totally misrepre- UaW7 oUler casuaItIe8 reported, with seated here. Some time sim-e a con- hpW low nf lifn 1 tract was made witli the Oriental bank I .. ertablishmpnt to superintend theestab- . UKC va ,IA-VE I'Eack. iMument oi tno mint, among oilier pun- lus x.iuio, jjeeerauer I. it is ro ue worKs. TELEGRAMS. Mayor Havcmoyer's funeral piaco m JMew xorK on I'riuay. BV Obleans, December The nineteenth annual conclave of the grand encampment of Knights TemDlar of the United iStato was K . in thk cltv to-dav. The nropppdlnnS" i i 1 tho Slate I a large and brilliant procession escorting 1 fill. nffYnA a nf 1 1 . 1 m uwc.o ui iiiu ioiiu encampment from their quarters at the til. Charles hotel through the principal streets to tho Masonic hall, where on eloquent ad dress of welcome was delivered by M. W. Michael E. Oirard, grand master of Miiions in Louisiana, and ix fitting re sponse made in behalf of the grand on camnmcnt bv V. E. Sir Jnm u ir.- Coi.U.MIiUS. O.. Decoinltpr 1. Tiolli kins, its denutvpraml nfmimi,n,ia, pi, mi i Urnnches ol the general assembly con-1 triennial conclave was then 'formally wni tniaj veiled at ten o'clock this morning, in openod, aud upon examination of the puiouiiuco loaujournineniiast April, m I creuenuais uwas round that every Stato of Troubles In tho Jlltilng I)ig trlcts Ballrosds as Mo nopolies OHlcm' Salaries. Tno slpamnr UalUB. from Wew YorK. lUO House, ih out of 1(1,) mnmiwni m. Isulionllnatn In In nr.u rrn.,. - , . 0 r . . t: . . i . . ... , , ... ... -- - . "vyivosuim, u tuis contract expires early i"jisu."u umiueuerai wnre naa sent laniveunc Liverpool iionuay. swereu to uo can oi mo roil. Bills granu master, ju. js. tjlr John Q. A. in 1876, and the oorjioratJou has claimai representatives to Buenos Ayrea to ne ttle risht to make future emraircinenls BO"a" i"' me government for tho oi ouiciais in uio miuu Tim govern- uu ui inwuimtH. SEW YOEtK. jun i.ousaiMircuien' Itinr Minor Thiwo Tl, rfe Knllritml 1 lie Flillntlelpliln Prtua null lin Ago. nient denies this. Ilmliiiir it has already placed itseir rar tno unreservedly m the iibdiw oi tno uriunnu iisuk cornorntion. and announoes that tlie engagements heretofore made by that body must ter minate with the exnimtion of tho iren- eral contract next February. Hn far'as is practicable, there is no intention of removing tne foreign assistants from the mini, nut were is a positive determina tion to Ret rid of the oppressive inter- terenoe ot tne winn fairs. "The bank to surrender its its pretensions are British influences, its ijuiLu uuuiueu iu mo uiaiter. I ... : , : .wm i ,rtj- Thaannnlvnrfiillrti.-nrn, l.n.l l. ISOUBUttO air tlielr OXtreme Views, but "-J" reduced by the burning of a number of IT,cre "ceiveu w-iui little favor. One of xr. bamuui m. bmiin, ono ot tno most which adopted tho constitution fully ro- Kmv Yojik, December 1. The call I Jonathau Sturces. an eminent mer- Pero introduced, making appropria. Ueliows- of Louisiana, then delivnriA - . ' ..... .. i I r. r. ..II L-1 .. i . I I.!. enaut oi iNew xorK, died mercteatur- "uua "" oij eiiKJiiaea ior me last umuiai message, covering hJs trans day, quarter of 1874 and for 187.5, amountiug actions forthopaat threoyeara, alanuthv The rresidont has appointed William "7...-bb,. V: 1 ,..!,. vm uuumcni, -i Bjui mierest to mo onior. P. Walsli iK3tmatei "at Oarland, Ar- ""S,"1?'ri,.i rovlu,DS ,or 1110 ai rec0S3 wa3 1116,1 wUen uiitil to-mor- khukw. mission to aHit In lliiai., ,.f n, A telegram from Loudon sayH that the buslncta now ou tho supremo court Charleston, 8. C, November 27. reports pf a revolt in the Fiji islauds, ia dockets. In the somite, 28 members A toight raUroad, connecting the unfounded. answered to roll-call. The annual mca- Charleston depot of the South Carolina Tlio political panics or raris havo sago or uovcruor Allen was then read uoa uu monucastem railroad witli bpiii bimllv nfptiarini? for tbn oiti'iiiiiir of I in each Iion?.p. TIu pnri)rnii. mMnui tho upper wharvos. baa Iipph mmnliaiu! tho assembly. that among other wise and 8aIutarypro-?.U(1 W1" extended along the entire tJharioa tiehrKo, wno was nm over hy v01""3 ul ui oiaio cousiiiutiou, ne t00 iweriuiHujam 1 cfc-' W ' Mr -vsaJSCr- ARNUM 25 I MAIN atXKEBS! I-S65 CO.'S. BRONZES, FBiENCJS. CSOOKS, I Trtl n ,irv. v 1 f , 1 . I VUIH1W UUUAnVf II1IU V T f XI J I . " - - vu I i ,! , . , , . " . in government af- VV. u"uk ,!" tbicra at Fremont. Nebraska. Hatur- uccms as specially important at this time "-""""crcu uyiuoeiiy, laatwnrk is naturally uuwilIiuK iMr."'B"fc."Jlwllu9sr5al--lu-0- hooper jnv. ,11! Hunilavovoniinr. lho provision that makes it uot discrc- 9" U-B "ar - has alroady, acooidlug valuable privileces. and ,"8 f1111 10 overiiowing. Among the , T ,...,... tionary but itnperatlvo upon Uie ceueral to "-0 report of Prof. Mall Leilert. added stromrlv sunnorted bv audience were Oeorge Francis Train and " '""";""i'"",';f.1 .T.T. assembly to establish a ainklLir-f und for two eet to the average dupth of water i.U pay-"thepriuc,pal-oa!. - ""Mi ui iuo oiuiu uuui. un nils tioiut I tilO UOVemor BaVSl "Tho rntivontlrm I wtntfinvmm UnusutaJly Low Prices, cartoons, and sales were now resumed in xokolioma at extremely low rates, eng pect forthe construction jZTe7o'eu i3 k me Mehile and Northwestern rail- catching, and were irritated against the road, wKh its northwestern terminus on governor and his secretary, Mesnier, for the Mississippi opposite Helena, acn uflr snare ln " suppressing eoetlon of the Iron Mountain ftSffiuME Z' K BWi Helena railroad, which it is ex- out of charity. Their desien is said to I wili be completed to Forrest Citv. have been to pillage the Chinese ouar- ittte Memphis and Little Rock rail- le"; xneuangeris notyeiwnonyover. by June orJuIv nexL The fu- . tt ac"" "Ia8lmouuli U5Y I I TIT htM hia ftPn&j tliirfoAn irantn CTn mre iBlerests ot Helena depend in a was much respected by foreigners, and gnat weasore upon the success of these I regarded as among the most progressive I officials. Jortol Or. covernor of Chin Kiancr. died October btix. He was chiefly dis tinguished for his anti-foreign feeling. iuo vuiueue nave agreeu u every- lliey Mk. Thomas H. Paine, senator from BsmMb, M'Xairy, Henderson, Decatur, m4 BeatoB. is euzcested bv a corre- thing required by the Japanese. WlidLut at the Nashville Union recognize and admit the justice of the j , ,. Japanese's course, of which thevtrive - gem.emau wuo wouia indemnity of five hundred taek, one "" " " rac ccuaic niu uiKuii. uunureuanu iuty ot wnlcn are already He is thoroughly educated, a good par- paid, the bajance to be delivered before Haweatarian, having served two ses- ?e end X thu month- They agree to iaKiiatho RtntB ipiifiafnrp nri keep the Formosa savages under control me le3elure, and has jaI future The japanese wiU KtiK eB lioeill professor in the Savsn from Uie islan.l. There is preat putwfiuv mm erttege tor several years past Cap-(Oon in Japan over the result, but so Iit- W IM H about thirty-six years of "e Da3 tne government neen influenced wort. a tnati of dignity and sterling Tmr editor of the Helena Indepcndad nyt he was born ad raked in the north; berred tour years in the Federal nay; Mxed hie residence there after the wC a4 has taken no part in polities whatever, until daring the last cam pafcra, when he took an active interest i te the canvass, and contributed euch aid ixi infltieace as he was able to eom mmod to injure its success, asd-he as arm the oorthern press that the people of ArkMMe are satisfied with the gov- : tbty have, and with the or- : law of the State; and that every- i pesceabie, quiet and orderly. by pecuniary motives they have already determined to return a part, if not the wuoie, 01 tne indemnity. rneyrejuired they are disinclined to keen the inonpv. Benewed efforts to induce the Cbineee to euDmit tlieir quarrel with Japan to diplomatic arbitration have been made. I.... 1 . Tl .. l : .... . . ' uui luo i Ki.in guveiuoieoi m entirely averse to such proposals. There has been an insurrectioiiary de monstration in the neighborhood of Lliaag Lbasia, a city in the south of the them was hustled out of tho hall. Of prominent physicians of Ohio, died at aijzed the necessity of providinc for or the speakers previously announcod to his residence in Columbus Monday af- against the creation of a nnl.lip iiut ni mi t , ... . . I unnaai i 1 It. I i ti 11 i 7 f 1 v. ..,.11 lamnnii I : .. 1 u . . i . . .. iiie Japanese nasioiiico department l."t . uiiui auu luueumie (luraiiou. so tar aa tlin mv. has decreed a fine of one hundred and I ";! """ii JMUlowa auurcsswi me I The Warren house aud ono or two ment of tho principal of such debt is hlty dollars for wrongfully opening any "Vr?uur eiyresieu sympatny otner buildings wero destroyed by fire concerned. It Is for this reason that I letter. , , Tu""8 uiasaas iu uieir at itot Springs, Arkansas, Monday, desire to call your attention to the con The arrival of the Citv of Pekinir was "uu"le8i . UUL mem against ioss not stated. dltlona of thu aiukiuc-fund. Hpntinn s. eagerly awaited in Yokohama. Placing themselves heforo public opinion TJlQ eavinKS bank of Concord, New ?.rticle 12, of the constitution, provides Tlie negouations for the sale of the looucato uu viomiors Hampshire, paid out six hundred thou- luat no tax snail be levied, except In . . rr, sanu dollars to depositors yesterday, and "--o wi au every law lm- P.inifin RtAnmslitiiniiinn tn flio Tananno. I of law. PftTonimunt hnva hooti t'll anon ,io,f New York, - wsuauuuw W V.kU UUSIlLUUbUI I I , , . mi -r T .j . . . . . . ... I lv 1 a frt tt l i rna ti-nn inlml Ym- n 1. ..I xne united states minister's reiauons 7- , """""t;" J o"ajr iuut WILLIFOHD MILLBR At the Wot sham Iton.se, on Tuesday evening, December Js, br I itov.iui. ioyjor,iir. w. D. -V iu.iroHla and I Jim. o.J. Millkb, both of Arkansas. Ko. 303 Third Street. with the Japanese government are per- lecuy narmonious; mic nis represents tions in regard to the military rcgistnt tion of the servants in his serviee and employment and Mr. Wassell's, have on election day, while a spectator of thn iracas in wnicu uoronor uragen killed M'lvenna, died last night in Bellevue hospital. New York, December 1. The aucces- ji , i l l nnuiniv o row elm II . ?. .nii wen siupenueu. f.,"t "Si,"' ujauucuy I TJJGLIHH. COMMERCIAT. ami. m...aM.. Wm. O. Keys, cousin of Frank Keys, ' 1 1lf..CQe! V P,CU P.al.y l '- taiRht. For rucuTai rap- author of the Star n,.n i .11-....0uJuui.iuuuiujiaii -J new committed suicide at the Kenneth nouse mSLS ,nLn:., " 8?f: KNKJII'I j o i ihjj. na5mp(l sinta nilflinn'rf nn rim tamnn. been passed unheeded. The British f on of Alderman Vance to the mayoral- KNIGUTS OF PITlIIAa. Judge Barrett, in the oyer and VSSSSSS TfflM miner, granted a writ of habeas corpus to another, aud in pursuance of these herel?y n"ae3 to attend a regiAa I TOYS ! TOYS! TO . . ii i vuutuiiiuu an v ci juii vaiuvu at w mg idcuud aiiu aeviuui uuus. l iiPm positions. They, in return, have noti- "roomyn onuge.anu leaves comptroller six hundred dollars, won by Albert Gar- still remains of these transferred funds ned tne government uiat in such event I r """""y uualu. M. mcl m a nuuani matcn, was stolen from wnicu nave not been returned, tho sum they will claim payment for the unex- er man Vance's place will probably bo his saloon in New York yesterday. of flfty-eight thousand dollars due the pired balance ot tne contracts, which "'""i"" J"l'u.'"u. i'aut:su, John a. Tinflv w.is nrrmtni nt T.nn. sinKing iund. and the sum of twrnitv- demand wfil be rejected aa prepwteiotis. ir?? iXK nKii, i doD Ontario, Monday, for passing in 0M,e thousand dollars due the common & panyoi American astronomers are :,.T1' Zr,i"ii" iiVul f' i -etroit spurious bills of five thousand "ui uu. ine governor, in response aireuiiy musLeu near xuguwai ior me rry, r . " " dollars on tne Traders' bank ofCfiicairo. 10 a leaoiuuon oi ino nouseoi represent rvntion nt thn Irnnsltof Vonna rni, I OI aiuermen. I ,,... .. . . . . . ahvps.travn nn pl-ilinrntonnlnin., Neav York, December L Tho Erie .. " omciaiiy announced in Madrid in tn -"" Z7rZ-l?:. Attention, Knights Templar. ii.... n i -.- r i TMtTin. uuK iuo matter oi mean iransrpni. ami mai: vitJiiciai oauaiia, iuaruuis w Vina- I i , , ; - : daroo. and oUier prominent persons. "ie" '?.,VB a?.nziug luemto i lmvfi al.andonml thn ..i Af Tlnn uc. ""ounauiuiionai. aince men tbe Carlos. puunc mnds nave been held sacred for v , , . -. . . j ...... . l;V. h, .i i tr-jii i . 1 1 r 'auRuo ureM, at Exposition Build-Ar jjj- oommana. .1 . A TT II VlfO T t ... . t. . . rn t t . "-"".1i-AniIIKI6.u ..u. jimi3iui .uecoraer. iec3 KTOTIOB. observation ot tha transit of VpniiH. Thn Krpnflli tvnrtv nm vrt nmlwlilnft vrhothn. I NEAV j rn wiwr VamuiK nr TPmra an lUnimnaf directors say the object of tho iniunc ofohssrvation. lion granted by Judge Westbrook yos The impression appears to prevail ia terday was obviously to effect stock by a s., t i. I causimr protest of internst o'lin tnlHw in uiculou jumuaia Uiiiii xwiuiiua caiie- , . ,J , . , 1 V.. J. 1 rm . , . iuo imuiwcB iui luev were COl-1 r 1.' 1. 1. . cially directs the government in the I London, but as the payment of the in- j The funeral services of 8. C. Camp- hected. These unconstitutional acta are I WbowaKS Hua&l?atZV baf -,- n-ii.:? :.w rm Iterest was nrovided for a month trn bell, who was rpcentlv with thn ICnllni.i I aiin ,. I -;VKi.. " J ""O- at the a leef- ici,uiB. iuun.c. xijbib , fh-' , - :." 7r, T?iioiT. fri V 7i. 7 " , . . . """IU1-D euouiu ue I ' tLf.V" ,auua oiore,404 Mnln ut reel. are tnree ministerial om:es near tne m jumB iUO -.6.. , . ump, iw l immeuiateiy repealed, it will be neces- nr,iZ SvSJsi mlva m stylet. mi throne, only the third of which iu rank 'aJ,mcut. JU r"u" .7""'? wme, ram " me x.piuauy, in uuiuago, sary for the general assembly at itspres- r-1- "- i-n p g. is held bylwakura. He visited Amer- lVe movement will fail. The dlFeetors Monday. ent session to make provision for the re- Attention, Patriarchs T ( CtP i R,m,,o Ti,a,,in...,.,t I also say that the movement is onlv an a tuisimim fmn p.np n.,,1 i.i.. inm nf im tm..,! . """''"a x. u. s. r. but has since been filled hyShimandsea eu . . ay ?ull,.t9 prevent the pay- details of the municipal election and re- sinking fund, and to make further pro- THB Encampment Qnards win oaburo. The first in occupied bygauKio. menc I.8Ums Ior wuil;u tne company is 1 turns from those towns where the second vision for tho payment of the interest on t., Hnii,iin, iVVA'aPPi!: rnrolrn-n in Ton . ., 1-,. j . ..7. . 1 1 . 1 .. I HU1U H 111 ID. M n m.n nn..ao.r.. f.iril... n. Dlu n.in.m.l .1 Cl.l. .1.1.. l- t. I 7 " CHJO. X I . n ..ill 1 ... iu ItlV. LAkUca umiuaUUVCIV I u . .... " Liu i.v. y t lUIUia 1C Huu IH1UI.IIIM1 UI UUl DUILD UHU1. Wllinil I Ut CMiilK. .11 I O ClfMIK. I:m . . 1 ' . i . - " I rtlfW VnTITT lMl.mlUI1 1 UI.iIn.InI 1 1 . I I It 1 . r . . . ' I II.. 1 ...: nitie part in uie war aiscussion. , . ,. : , ' . '" I puoncan successes. " " H, "TA"11."!? i1?: E SS to rhte.i mJpi . J- Jb8on. employe of the iNCY mm and wmew waie, NUNN HAY) fall due In January and Julv 1K7H. ami I?y order ot the Cider Captain i.. t . r. ,. .. - ' I aeoz in vii' -r- i-. . . .l.i, ocaeii arj Ce)ii entixi on the summons from Wasbiegtoa directing Governor John X'Eaery and Mr. Archibald Mitchell to investigate it. The only preparations for land defense made yet by the Chinese are in the Chusan islands, commanding the ap proach to Shaugbei. Here and at Wu sungand Shanghai a few earthworks have been commenced but left unfin ished, ci-tensibly for want of funtN. Minister Avery left Shanghai for Pe kin October 14th, arrived at Tierjslr the te appear before the house of rep- twenty-first reae&tattves on the seventh Instant, The Chinese pirate captain who seized tbe New Orleans Tme says it produced esbiP Sbark was executed in Hong on .in poUtical circles, French mlaMm rnmltMn: 'rertunately business of ev- about to return borne. Count Koche ery okaraeter if increasing in activity, bourt will act as charge cPaffair. merchants especially find more blr ? f-M0,yt governor of Hong , jq pnvaie me to absorb j g. Austin. n.kHtiftl w-.rfr Wiii But while a jadmiui-sler the coTerninefit tiyrinv hin 1 o tbe end af the year. Kfb tffl rbi A Hi irf arrived at Yeddoahd presented Fukin left Chasfa oa the fifth of October ,,8 eredenHals November 2d. eaeush tMr exciueive attention, rfoeAt ex4s coficernioe the stability of I absence, tbe government, or radical changes are The Chinese transput, Sayak, eu M.ri.in.i t,.i.. ...:n i. Igagtd iu carrying troota to Formosa. LLJZZ, f. '-, , r , V foundered at Tarwarja, in the typhoori tatw acted. It will be a lucky day for 0f September ltb. Sixteen lives were T MiMnoa when she ascertains her exact lost. Other trauejtort, scattered by MHwn Kalur, and learns, past all con- lue sauJB nunm, nave not yet been J what she can expect. In UftrUjfreporttl tbe hS cowitrw a feeling of unrest has Sihung Churg, viceroy and geueral of the vtt.vm a nK, uiu 4U110 pjwitMjr a I army ui uiuui. win oe seatwuanton DISSOLUTION. Iii January 1S7G. On the first of Janua ry 187 0 there will be due on the principal of our debt, payable at the pleasure of . . .. .7 . : - ilnv tnnrmnir lrlinri tr ,u unnrvr.ao.1 ha iuo outiu. mo HUIU OI ai.-JII4.hti.ir Lakakiand Tonieta. consuls at San beroritepubllcaupcliuciansof thatcity, w 't. tA Bi;Vh it:7i " there will be due Interest unon lhn lPh Franeieco and New York, are still de- tUe latter Prouering liberal financial LtZZ cr Including interest on the Irreducible tained by public business, but will prob- suIP.ort ifJho PaPer continued the SiJi debt in January and July 1875, and in ablv take the next steampr regular party organ. The ues ion in- guard life insurance company of Phila- jnnuarv 1S78 thn im nf ?i "mim if semifiSany announced that volved was purely political, and the .f ifflf1: makinl'a total ooses of$SB the Frenoh aBd Enalish trooiw stationed funds raise.! to purchase the rc will iy uPn.e charge of be,ng engaged anainaregt. Tomeetthis thnm i at at Yokohama wfil be sent home before ue. feyoted to the purchase of tho ui oircuiauou oi lorgeu nouns. pregent lua in tfae treaT ; mumimia auuiuuiuus man iime- i. ii;ic8miii uuiiijuvv xurit aays uiat S4o",oUU 82. The collections for 1S75 pendent daily, thefirstiiumlerof whieh John A. C. Gray, one of the Erie direc- which will be applied to the sinking SSJ37 lf- . ,r, ba3.j,U9t 5ltn5 fm. Eur?P7' and funtl estimated on the present levy. New Yobk, December 1. The exec- informs the World that his miss on to will be altoui SI i6" 000 making n total Utlvo committee of the nation! board neiroUate a loan wa miito s9H,fn-t,rv. Vciri.?! Sn'oV ,t?,,X,.Sa?l?B at07al of underwriters to-day adopted the fol- William H. Judson, tho principal in ticTency 'to be provided for of $882,203. lowing resolution: "Acwlved, That in the robbery of Itoylston national bank The principal falling due is mv.. view ot tne report oi tlie committee ap- 0f Boston, a few years ago, in tho supe- ble at the pleasure of the State, and it M fl N TI P f!T fl R Y pointed to visit Chicago, and of im- rior criminal court of thatcity was sen- is for you to determine whether 'it i U r 1 U Ii 310 MAIN STREET, Opp. Feabody Hotel, Memphis, tatwfedge of this faet originated the aplMri i, 4Hapiy is the nation that has Tmb 4teftHiatieu of the icople of m with fx iaee and good will rtuwgi good governments, free of eMptthag iBlwfereace, may be gath- eeH tiwu the following mot !, otM) of which we find at to take the office of viceroy of K wan Tung and Kwang Si. No reasons are announced for the propoel change, which cannot be carried out until after the Japanese crisis is paatwd. Mean while, Chaugban, recently governor of the province of Anwby, is temporarily appointed to the post. There is a serious general complaint against the United State consul at Hew cnange, lor having sentenced a pilot, by the name of Holiday, convicted of a muruerous assault upon a Uliiueee wo of every page of the I man, to only fourteen davs iuinrieoti "We shwrtd ewkavor to suppress local aad mUcxmI ptejudicies, unhealthy riv lry mmI KeiOeh ambition." "Tlie grange Ma tbe intellecUwl and moral eleva tion ot ito inesaberg." '-Creilit and tuort- system, and every other eys- teudiug to prodigality and ruin lt discMtiBded." "We should strive to enhaaee the comforts and at twettoao of our hemes." "We should ai te add dignity to labor, and to ele vate the social potftleu of the husband- "The farmers wish to avoid im- but will abide by the golden rate, to 'do as we would be done by.' " We stiould buy less and produce more. la enter to make our homes self-sustaln-Im;." We commend these sententious MMtenees to all in any way connected wtth ariculuire. Xhk Owriur-Jmtrmtft Washington eacrespondent says that since the Presi des has refiised to use the army to put Hiea. Vafatey Voltaire Smith Into the of e sf (ovenior of Arkansas, a change f toettas is proftoeed by the Clayton aMMBMtor, which has already been guettod to the country. The game is to aat Bks forward as the governor rtaathifly elected in 1872 ever Baxter. . IteiaBd and Ward, of the bouee , aw to report ln his favor; Mai a effect is to be made to have coo gmm vseagaise this faetton, and upset M twe people have lately done in Ar Jmsmms. The dUHeulty In tbe way of Hrfji mite game is that the Dem- wW fight soch a proiiosition Mte death. In the senate is ao mevietH question, and ta taa aoaoo, dilatory motions may be ksat apaytfae feiiy-flve reflate men Mil the ektee of the session. Tbe effect ofaU tai will be to bring the Itadieals aa pi patently near to the loss of some of the appropriation bills, and thereby in vwtve a sftring session of the next con gtess, with a Demoeratie house to poke Im at the animals in power. It Is al ady kaews that theRadleala have no stomach for the meeting of the next ltt$, am! llrtH Oisjitns pitwiwiH are The Japanese eonsubite at KkHiwhni received high praise from tbe American shipmasters, for prompt and satisfac tory settlement of the collision case be tween a Japanese steamer and the snip Worcester. The subject of supplying pioitituUs for San Francisco attracts much atten tion in Hong Kong. Meseu.es are un der consideration for preventing further departures from that poit. Several cases of girls seeking release were recent ly before the courts. Several Chineeecontractot?, convicted of swindling by fatee estimates in re pairing the imperial euuimer.place,bnve been sentenced to decapitation. Frof. Watson, the head of the Amer ican party in Peking for the observation of tbe transit of Venu, discovered, on October Stb, a new asteroid of the elev enth magnitude. A party of English astronomers arrived at Shanghai, Octo ber 16th, aud proceeded to Chefos. A Mohammedan Chinese general, from tbe distant province of Yannon. where he served in the imperial armv during the rebellion, is now one of the lions of Peking. He fought on tbe side of the Buddhists aud Confucuists,agalnst nis co-reiigionists. The British residents of Chefoahave precautloned tbe cotieul to secure tbe Sresenceof a ship-of-war at nt port uring the winter. They fear an up rising oi natives against toteiguers in case of war. Efforts to draw the Alaska front tbe beach have thus far failed, but bones are still entertained that she will be dis lodged. A heavy typhoon occurred at Yeeoo October 12th. Many tea coast villages were greatly injured and one eotirelv destroyed. Thirty-three Junks were wreaked and two hundred lives lost. Lieutenant-Commaader Cossel has re turned toYokohoma with bis health much impaired by bis sojourn in Ar mosa. Orders have been issued by the navy department ottering rewards for the dis covery by Japanese ships of unknown rocks and shoals in eastern waters. Tbe condition of the troops in south ern Formosa is now healthful, the dan gerous season having passed. Nearly one thousand sick were brouf ht back to Nagasaki early in October, their places being supplied from tbe barracks at that port. Tbe whole Japanese force in For mosa is aoouc lour UMwand. the main bodies holding the reserve at or near Nagasaki, to which addflfons are con tinually sent. At areseat however, there b no more evldeaee Hmn hereto fntu nf iriiiiiliifiit luwtfflaM, but Pta. ititltiHe are twiatatod, aad wili so oou- Tbe mikado's birthday was celebrated November 3d with a military review. State receptions and public festivals of all kinds. The foreign diplomatic corps dined by invitation at the imperial guest bouse in Yeddo. The Japanese are rapidly preparing to erect, rorunoaiions on an tne important points along uie coast. The boiler of a steamer on lake Biwa burst, and the naseenuers and crew, numbering one hundred, are reported as miieu oy tue explosion or drowned. PBKUVIAN ADVICES. I'anaxa, November 30. Peruvian auvices to tne ntteentu received per steamer laiisman, ; wnose mysterious movements excited so much alarm at last previous advices, was captured by uie reruvian war steamer nuassor, in tbe bay of Pacohos, and one thousand packages of arms aud ammunition f.nndon board. The revolutionary Pe ruvians on board bad captured part of j uo aixer a suarp ngiit witu tue garrison, in wnicu uhh a dozeu were Killed ou each fide, and lauded a portion of the laiisman s cargo and wero on snore when the vessel was feeized. They then lieu to an interior town ot iuagnega, where thwr leader, Seuor Piersloj pro claimed himself dictator aud actively enlisted men. The government at once uiepaictied a large loree by land and sea against the insurgents. Small up risings have recently occurred iu several outlying districts of uie republic. The Talisman, nowatauchorat Callao, in sure to be condemned as a prize ami uie crew tried, uaptam uadUon re mains also a close prisoner. A revolu tiou was reported to bo plottinc in Bo livia in order to protest .against the treaty recently celebrated with Cinl It is reported that Guzman Blauce, in Veozuela, having pulled down a church to make place for a statue of himself a treasure or uircenundred thousand dot tore was found under the foundation. Twenty-five thousand dollars have been collected in Chili for Uou Carjos Llama. A volcano iu Araneanio is in active eruption. On the question of separa tion of tlie church and State, the press with the exception of two or three L'ltra mantane journals,' has declared for tho government. In the provincos largo meetings have been held to express the adhesion of tlie people to the govern ment aud congress. A strong shock of earthquake was felt at Anglis, on the twenty-fifth of October, followed by some terrible snowera oi rain. J.I1E copartnership heretofore existing be tween the undersigned, under the Arm name of R. U COCHRAN A CO., is this da y Ois- soiveu oy mutual consent, Mrs. JI. E. CXMjn-I RAN retiring. The remaining part Dec a will! continue iuo Dusinesn at the old standi. The I arm name will remain unchanged. R. L. COCHRAN. MRS. II. E. C'OCnit AN. 8. A. HATCHER. j.iecerait,TJ.lb7. nlee2 Sontliem Hoopskirt and Corset THE WAR IN RUKNOS AYKES. Kio Janeiro, December 1. Advices from Buenos Ayres report that a battle was fought on the fourteenth instant near Laverde, between tlie government troops and uie insurgents. The national forces were commanded bv fiennral Arras, and tbe insurgents were under uenerai Jiuere. xne engagement was a severe one, lasting three hours, and closing without a decided result. Four hundred of the government troops were killed and wounded. The loss of the lueurgeuus is uui itnu wii. colonel iiol' zas, oi me government army, was wounded. The Brazilian government is actively suppressing disturbances in tbe provinces of Pernambuco and Pa- raliiba. RBLIOIOCS DISTURBANCES. Rio Janeiro, November 29. The re ligious excitement growing out ot a con flict between the Catholic clergy and the civil authorities culminated in a scries of disturbances in the provinces of Per nambuco and Parahiba. Sympathizers with the bishops of Para and Pernambu co, recently sentenced for violation of laws of the empire, have made riotous demonstrations. Their cry is, "Down with the Mssans." They have attacked several Masonic lodges and bid defiance to looal autboritiee. Troops and ships have been dispatched to the disturbed districts. THB CZAR OK RU6SSIA INSANE. London, December 1. News Is re ceived here of the illness of the czar of Russia, and it is rumored that he is in sane. NKW8PAFKK TIRADE AGAINST FOR- BIONEHS. Para, Brazil, November 80. The Mbunc newspaper, of' this city, contin ues to pubMsti 'violent articles against forshs&ew generally, and particularly against the officers of the Portuguese corvette PajMe The.pw.plo of tho nltv of Patatafeft hato riseu agalnxt tlie ftr- siguewj taere. Tltegoverunioulbosaunt provements already made, of those now in progress, and of assurauces given said committee oy tno autnonties ot (jnicago that the recommendations of General 383 MAIN ST. fenced to twenty years in the State nriann I I. O " .......... v. , n.,- I Tr,.otl etui. ... ... . mi... l i r i, , I Kilt I wnillil aitrrrroal- ihnf i.a nn.1lt I "'""T. iuu uuuu ui luuuaeiaui iuo wesieni i ""to- wcuii u a i nuest as wen as r.!ianAt house of refuge, in Bochester, New I sreat fatate hkothatof an individual, is corsets m the city. New, be met when duo or paid as accumula tions on tiie8iuking fund shall warrant. Shaler In regard to thn firn denartmnnr uouae OI reiiige, iu itocnester, rew ""t viuuui, ja "HtMrf. t"J e,T sTScedt'taftle national board be advised that the ques tion of resuming businea at Chicatro is referred to the several companies to take in fillinlir. im rnnfin0,i iiinro day or beptember. Ib74. was as followsr J 1 T-,.l. nC : . ion - . . . .1 The scow Pearl, of Fairport, loaded " HM D"' e"lS, Good's warranted. 1MVIH UNDE, mm R. JU COCHRAN. a. A. HATCHER. sunh aetion as thn v mav in Hv ,7.,7u J with lumber, wedt ashore at fennnva. L"w.ufu1' 'ciuU,cg aeots created by ,ioom .7r.?w .V. T -V; :.f. I Ohio. irnn,inv mnmh. nn Wr,i nf,. I "sarus oi euiicaiion otner man ror sepa- deem wise and prudent, and in view of tlie information presented by tho of said committee." Nkw York, December 1. Tho uer held an iuinie-t this eveiiinir on and thu jury gave a verdict that he died of heart-disease. The funeral lakes place, on Friday. Several departments oi tue city goverumuut to-day adopted tue usual resolutions b t nnnnDART o. m IHD.n I.BlHcflFlrilBKIIn IT' Hind . - rntn BPllnnl tlnhta M IN. ,U,k .r !' l UWUlBma Si HIII report tne body or a man supposed to be cities first and second si h 1 1 J. Graham, of Fairport, and he bo.ly of KV!?ifi?I?M BnoCEBsoits to coro- a boy aged about fourteen years, iwth l .ta ir..,J.i' , ZS7Xli .i tthZilZll . tl,0 evidenUy frozen to death. To scow is a ", Si w '-.TH i?"ciJ..-01.r " w wMfli Itolal-wrppk I V"t vpvi"-i ujuu, -i,ooo,ou ov, i Alolegmmfmm BMhFM Governor Garland, of Arkausas. in rep v ht. fe- Kinin A7 ik hu. n. iJi cm w A!& liWAaaJ15A&U to a teleirram from his counsel, savx: "I I m-r -.ki i-.i o,. ; t 'i..! wAsui.Toa'. Ulliiin of lho l'tiiiailrr-(.currnrs Kop.rlTPc 1'alenr. Oilier Helf-hup, I'orilnc Hie Mare I!iiri(lnr I'ObTUAS'lKK-OENKRAI.'SHBl'OItT Wasuinoton, November 28. The roport of the postnmstcr-general is com nieted. Rovenues for the yeareudinc June 30, 1874. were $21,5!G,5U8; expend itures, jsj.,i,-ii i; eHiimateti expen.li turex for the year endiiig June 30, 1876. aroS3G,96'l,031; total estimated revenues, S'J'J.l lb.lfjG: leavinc a deticiency to he appropriated out of the general treasury of $7,815,878. These estimates do not include appropriations lorsteamsmp ser vice aud stamps, amounting to 5,uus, 500. RKt'ORT OF THE COMMISSIONER OK PA TENTS. The annual reiort ot tho commission er or patents shows that tlie patent ollice is still self-supporting. Tiio receipts from all sources for the year were $7111,111 35, and uie expenditures st)in,uo ,z. -rue following figures show the business of tbe ollice: Number of applications for paten Us- 21,077 Patents issued and reissued. .... l8iSll A.rp.lcauoiu ior oxiciihioii Caveats nled. Fatenui expired. 23 -Sfi 3,129 Patents allowed, but not Issued for want of ilnal fee 2JiW Trade marks reglsleied S21 I.aDeiR regiswreu tirom vugusbi iom.p- leiuoerjj The number of applications and of patents granted is slightly greater than during the preceding year. THE SAFE BURGLARS. Several of the principal memorialists say that the whereabouts of Nettleship, under indictment for tho safe-burglary conspiracy, and also of Benton, under indictment for burglary, are known, and that they can be brought here again when wanted. It is said that Nettle-' ship will turn State's evidence. Exclu sive of the above-named persons, the trial at the December term will be of Harrineton. Whitley, Georce E. Miles. ofi'aa Bliss, afi'a Albert Williams, and Albert iting. LOUISIANA HACKS. LUD AND MANUFACTURERS, m not i uucouiraung troops to ueiy uie bio debt, .-4.1i 5W1 86. Airerecata debts J'rosideut or congr., as has been in Ohio, State, local aud trust fund, $33,- .., - charged, or for any other purpose, i ht'j7,201 52. Taxes levied iu 1873. collect- Pn,CM ards, Foot Wasliuigtan St ntn Tmr ivinftAlitraHlirr tiYutna .it fall I .1.1.. : . . . o t . . ... . . ! I .. . ...v..-..u?, .i,uiEic auio 111 i--n, atgregate, s-vn-Mou; tax being peace and quiet throughout the ea levied in l74, collectable in 1875. ag-state- gregate, sSii,(j!4,729. Tho taxable valua An appeal from the oniorof tho Brook- lious in Ohio, as shown by tbe grand du ly", court in tho Tilton-Beecher suit, de- plicate of 1871, are: Heal estate iu cities, nying Beecher's application for a bill of towns and villages, ,;31,S4!),1!9; n al et- nnd 'o. 4 Hoirard's Kow. SawnilUSi North end of JfaTjYa rd. Cr XVo offor to the Trade, for Cash, the lanrort v x. the,o goods ovorhroasht to tho Southora ifarke, osmarfafeg all o XoTeltio, introduced this sooson la Mechanical anil other Toys. UnytnK as wo do, at very Close Flrmraa, direct from tU,i proparod to offer SUPERIOR INUUCEM.NHXS TO BtTTSXS. If.B.-You wiU tare timo and money hy lookiiw tbs. pwini; ynnr oraorj. novi5 J7-RK1' CONBTANTI.Y ON HANU A 11 EN-1 la..eral assordueat of Bulldlnr and lKiam-l A. C. TBEABWELI. A. B. TSEAB WBLh. B. D. TRBiDWELL. over tlie grand duplicate of is;.; of $13,- ini.obo. tuo governor says from per- counsol for Beecher. aud bv Koirer A Pryor for Tilton. Tlio court took tho pajers. Tho barks Windward, from Bio Ja- Tlnirn ml fnnliivn fp.mi ATnrttu.'i.ln ran ashore in strong ebb tide whilo 500j ,? B.nscn .m 1110 reorgauixing round the saudepit of Fort Slcpliena, avy ' Jt. me governor merely near San Francisco, California. Tlie fe.'ers to tho troublea in tho mining dis- Windward is leaking, and it is supposed Jncia Jaat summer in a few works, stat- that she cannot be got oil until Uie next ltK u'nt at " critical moment tho spring tide. Tlie Cordova may be ' 'u ' ie moral au- cleared. thonty of the State was found suiliciont A telegram from Chicago says: wJ ".. S?D?rWM;Jrt S! r" ""-- ,u.cuio subject or railroads tlie governor savs board of trado for unmercaulilo conduct nftiiro,iu i.. created so much exeitemont in local commercial circles, has arranged with his creditors to pay them in full within sixty days, and to-day the suits brought against him and the Cook county na tional bank wero withdrawn." WOTICH. soual inspection of tho benevolent insti-1 tXAVlNO purchased the Interest of w. n j tutious he is satislied that in tho main -,J-Orlderin,U0 thoy are well-managed, and that much ALABAMA LIME WOEKS, wilt Continue ana ucal in Wholesale WELL BEiffii JIANUl-ACTUKINH LIME,! Ccinenl, I'laster Hair, and Fire Xtilt'x OFFlCE-i05 FRONT HTRKBT. ueeeruberl.lSTI. JNO. A.-7IE5MB. I. B. C O ITAT7 A"2 Itaiiroads are not onlv of rrreat untili. ty, but have become a necessity to the I it nj j. ,,,,.. Country. They should not be hampered lteal st'0 n Collecting Ageil Hemplils, Tcnn, t Iiy vindictivo and vexatious legislation, I , I J 1 H WrVH II I H 1.1 lllf) TIDnn a I lug prior frauchists thev shonf.I A L5',"?f.n"?. Ji1.1410?..10 "o will receive be held strictly ameuablo to judicious UoSafier"' "lleu"cn- aiwan n fThn Dliilndnlrvlito 7Moa n.,Kl Ui, A I iPfTi a I n f i nn thnf. will nrovonf tlmm I ICeieTH UV nermlswlnn tn rnl r t. ir.HM X UU Aiumuciliiuu JU VOO IIUMUaUUS UU I --o""""" riuivu micut MUIU Ii,,. t ii " " . . vv" ." UllLC, arUcle this morning saying: 'Nosale ,m'nS tno masters of tho people. ty it A.PaScocir BiTifSS of the rrcss has been made, nor ia any Their rights should be fully protecteif by fisSuet . 1 . . . i mi .,, 1 , I 1 1, ... nt.rl I. F I. . 1 , I I I V, It ( 1 1 ,1 1 , i I J !.-...-, .1 .. . . , . . . . . oontempiaicu. xueru win oe no tmns- ""( UL uid peuine auouiu 1 jjiiik-' Henrv i Yi XSi. ?tulH uonai rerot tne paper on inenrst oi January " proiecici against hucn encroach- Fire insurance co.T stHhton &SooreTMre uww., 't . ... " " ..i n ..j, or' - -... ..... , ... l.v i.,ii.t. aeci has been, in tlie sole proprietorship of of monopoly. Tho governor commends , , Hon. J. W.Forney. There will be no the agricultural college and the militia HUSt Sale. chango in tho editorial staff with the new year." The American cheap transportation ident Josiah Quincy. of Massachusetts. of Richmond, of welcome, sponded to by the president A com mittee on creuenuais was appointed. to the fnstnrinrr nam nf ilm crnnnrnl ou sembly; urges such additional lcBisla- MrTfwliiSIiH??1 to? provisions or tion as ia .proper for the protecUon of tho ttnZZX3&i lives and healtll of coal-miners; renews by Fanny Sueohten and E. u. Saeiihten :"",". "',VU"JU"U'. nis suegesUons of last year as to econo- VJi',. Z??7. "i01"?. "es- my in public affairs, and closes with the and which t3STLi32f?. SfK?S?. following words: "It is a question for er'? ,fflc5. ot Shelby county. Tenneajeef ln r , .. I rwvtlr Nn. Ok nana tl at. i "r. other public private life. officers, and of persons in cash, on InaiiBnradou oi tbe Fall Meeting Tas- tcrdny Orlllioc on the Track by the Knights Teniplai from WHsblDs.on Cily. New Orleans, December 1. The Louisiana jockey club fall meeting was inaugurated to-day. FIRST RACE. Hurdle race, two miles, over eight hurdles, for the club purse of $500; $350 to the nrst norse, nuu to uie second, and $60 to the third. Won hy Biloxi, beat ing Chris Doyle, Huntress, Alary For rest and Captain Jack inthesame order. Time, 4:00. Captain Jack fell at the second hurdle, in the pools Biloxi sold for $140, Huntress $120, Doyle S20, Mary Forrest $15, and Captain Jack $15. SECOND RACE. Slocoinb stakes forthree-year-olds.325: entrance, p.p., with $700 added; second home, third, $100; ono mile; to: eatry three-year-old weights; 1J nomi nations; 8 started. Won. by Pus Broad- ?,n..K day of January, 1875. LlllCD U tllUCa 111 1 1 IH HIIMrillHIII. i linn r I . r . . . - . w eeventy.flve delegates are present, and dates and applicants to buv their wav to buV4lne,' 6n. lho northwest coSer Srsiffi others are exnected. "W1"1-"" y meirway xo aml iopiar streets, in MomDhis-Tenni t -r . . . ... i f . mi. QUMttuue. on a i n.i n indianatolis, xiecember l. Ueorge la lae nouse mis evening a resolution me iouowine property, vhs: a ocrtam Martin, the man who murdered his wife was adopted for the appointment of a LLLbD at Cloverdale day before yesterday, was Joint committee to prepare amendments of original lot inbTr one hunared" ?nd twemv-tnree lZll.cltvnf Mnmnhie m, b.i t ai ii.. . , . I t a. . . ... ... I thn unm ron uotcxl in r tr VJ 1 , ? f i' tMOi'.iL iTHiii i ii is pvoninir nnn v o -nnm i uiiuruu ui nmv f a rnr rno oiopiinn rr nil i " ' nuutuun uv j. ii. in jail. There Is no excitement, and no State, county and township officers on SllSSSStiMt iiiuuauuujr iuub uiteuiub wm uto ocvuuu lucsuttv auuceeuiug iuo Ural I ? vwcuiy ieei oo use norta side matin At lvtinhincr. Afar In nn rtrii I Afontlnv in "Mnvoml I of Washington street and externum- nary-looking man"; rather under the me- ze theelecUon oftownship uteer?or WmoFX mth of doing such a deed. He is said to be We. A resolution was also offered and lB.nvoseaISaDy,a3tbehelz ot feigning insanity, and told several per- laid on the table, asking congress to fix The cquiti rSption is express sons before he was arrested that he had tbe salary of President of the United waived, the title is considered good, but I sell Kiiiou a man uv tno namn or a irra otates at twentv-nvn thnnanmi iiniinm i """'"-j "".v ..... . - . i . .... . . i vinuit? wuo, ne saiu, nau been playing cards a diii was introduced to amend the with him, and they got Into trouble, Adalrjlaw so that ten days notice must sun Alters ixieu to stao mm. it seems oe given to Baioon-Keepers before they that JIartiu and his wifo were visiting shall become responsible, and requirine VINCItNT WA.MflAT.irur tw.... K. L. Belcher. Attorney. riesi Non-Kesitlent Notice. .93-33 COTTON FACTORS BTOWEWAU BLOCK, Ho, 11 Union Bteaet. MvmpM, Tenm. MefCAY F WHOLEBALE GROCER MS COMMISSI ON MEfiGHim Hos. S7S. s 373 MAH 3?3B2ET, 3f3B3EPM3 - w u vaaumv ami ptltUbSf aa low as the lowest. & CA Dsg leave to invite oil parileo to their immense stoetc of emhraolnf. an .u j. ... . "f:"tV,IB,OT unamoer, rarior. Dining room. Kitchen aad Ofltee For- niture. "We nave in suites tlie moat oomplete sloet o " r 9 oneKUey Stanton, at whose house thl suits at law against them to bimade H&itetV1 deed was committed. Stanton, upon separate. ?fcJ.&Btove&aS? JteryEeVeD. hearing the shot, interfered to prevent mruier suueiiug, wnen martin uied to stab him, but did not injure him seri ously. The woman was sitting In a rocklng-cnair, witn Her babe, about eight months, in her arms, had siven her ten minutes to n something she had said a few days be- States, IlaDDearlncfromthenrifTlnn.! nml ... . , .... re- In Uie United States olrnnih nnnrt nth.tthn'ntnrt.n1 'n ls t?;i,.., i at 1 t.. jirrv, T" ; iw. ,.r,T,,i i hrr;,7,rr.'"o"o ,!I no JJ announced s&ft.WS? SftgZJS " -vw H. vikuv juUKUa l "-w rr UO MliUU lUf CQnifiWIAl mre. ai uie eipuauuu oi tne ume be and three registers of election indicted ? t mm ""H.8?1 Ior hearing oxpane: and placed a revolver to her bead and fired, under the enforcement act for nhnlrnnr mat axopy ot thu order be published once a jllln? her InslanUy lie had beo.1 lVnAveSSm ?ff1M- 1 """" "BU 'aueeAnderson1soI.rorcoinpl,t. deSvr ever shown In IN OCK S1IAIJK aKAXtTaJsax W haw many nomtlM. mm. .11 .. . . S28 Wain and SSI ewd Street, MmiM. iltebs 11 eaooiRn PInra Padding, ready for;Ctfeg. Corned llcef. rcdy for tbe ?aWe. Celery Halt, line flaTor. Comb Uonev, in cias iars. Jinple Molasses, in salloii and half- gallon cans. (Hipped Beer, ia l-poud hmm. "'we et, readj fer jrfeg. aelldefls ealna tn Uto isAefiis. Funis exx J C i mi .1. IS; It I II" Ml? t iTfci Jlhere wm genwal falling on, v. beeulim fnt7rillS l"l?n7;iSr lSTInilifBliofhor It n 1, 1 t7lV.n handful 'of determined "Iientscbcr Itruder-nnuil.Dnll. Tho Deutscher Bruder-Band will give iiorwarai Tens id phhiOverlon!lrwHeni phis? Start oommr - -dec!3l i SPECIAL TO MERCHANTS. .'uiCTtlnoruccororieiiiounaiea. iLaUies'JIather Com panlons. Embrolderedililnen Bets, 50o to SI nfintaiJESbroldered! lufantC6WandiBon 'rcssesg 'andiBonnets? essjvSwee.mlthaJteniphlatp' IorfooranoessjvlTfee.tnlthaMeniphlatp pealr Thisisnuayoi uecemoBr.js.i.- K. Vf. CALD VVKLL, J. . A.Reichmann.att'y lorpl'uT. decMsu ISEEIPTWSDS1 fS,f Sis Idlei, C8.C Iron. Sla ds. Cons IBlBlBOa ASD STEEL Oi Feed Cotters. Corn Shell tors, Carry Comes, Steel.