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i'jHLib... JH-EMFHIS DAILY APPEAL..
MKMPHIS, TFNN? WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1875. "OX 85, NO Q90 Cf.OsZXM It.VTKN Yat'crday , ootto end gold: jXeto irk, cototi, i33 1o; MsmphU, J2c. -Ycw i'o'", fo'i, 11IJ; Memphis, 113. WBATMElt PglllllHlLmn). WAHijfaTos, Decembers. 1 am. For 2Twc-Cl., OAw valley and lake region. Jitl.ng laromtter, colder, north' tsCMtu.ndt.c'.oudyand dealing weath cr , with occcsioHol light rain or mow. Thi: vuksidexth jii-ssaoi:. "We lay before our readers tbii morn ing tho full trxt of the message of Pres ident G'anf. It is a rcore than usuaily lengtby document, ami while apparent ly patriotic Is pervadtd byR hphitro partisan ts upon a careful reading to dwindle to the rxe.-e-t of okc- ujneermg document. Though tbe fipauiardd arc ezeltetl over so much of it as is devoted to Cuba, the hopts exc'.ttd in the bre&iti of tbe poor, BtreggHng Cabana e.r? to our tbi.klrg, rucMy dotted by an amcuat of (jetiMaifzition that can readily bo traced to the futhsr-ia-Jaw of the BpaniBh law agent in New York, The Alabama clsime and ocean tele grapby receive alloutiou, .eo lb cur rency iu8!ion; a recommendation or additional lawa to ei. fores specie pay ment3 bciag among his declared strong points. Hut his "bttt bold," m Ibe t:e:t gamint have it at leat. so be thicks is found in h'jj neommend lions in ngard to the public 6jhooI?, an educational qualification for vot ere, wb taxation of ohurch properly, tbo abolition of ptlygamy and the con- importation of Chintee women, Through the Bchool question be make9a strong bid for New England and wes o:n sympathy; through the educational yuahflaaUon for voters, for that of tte people of the EoiHh opposed to negroes voting; through the taxation of ohurch prspcrty, fcr the anli - Catholic sentiment of Uhe whole oeuutryj and thtujh the alo'.ition of p Iygsmy me im portation cf Lliloe69 -women, fcr the xoUTi of the Pacific Sates, bhrewdty put toc.her, the purpose of this n e i . uor the km plainly ap paren. i id, while professedly patriotic, a L'.J In the tuird-tt m, from a man who dots t-t hetitate to trade for to eiectbn upon the U'terest predicts tad most vloloat paions of the people sf the Union. JoriN B. Hmiti, ex-member of con gress frcm Ohio, wa yt-etcidsy appoint, ed commf i "rrffIMl'an s-iHiire. General Baboock leit yesterday for vnic:go, i appj,r b. fore the court of in quiry de'a 1 a to invebihrt-te the charges against him. Mr. CharlksO'Conou. Ihoueh s'ill very la not in the imminently dan geroas condition which a week ago gave tbe people of the whole Union so much concern, aMl he mav vot recover. The New York Iltra'd has, in a tem perate aul sympathetic F.riicle, tug. Bes'.eu io nf nry vv&ttl Ucecher lb pro priety cf h'j stepping down and out," as tho CLly dtQuiie coluliou of Lis troubles. Hocjan, orecf the officers with Tweed till if. M I , l-r ,1,1, n in i AAAnvn . I o j-.j jiDiciua. itaiut'Il Dunh-m ba been suspended bv Shptiflr ujb j-iuuiow-Fcrpi ja'i. The New Y.rk Herald, of Sunday; " T vj . I J VI IUI11 ITS U i Li T ITl H flint niMllaiv.ct.fj S-.. It Is due to the telegraphers who were Yesterday engaged upon tbe tranmie- bion anJ reception of tbe Prefident's fnesssg", to say that t hey did their work fo well an to all forth tl e highest enco- Inluais on tho part cf our editor?. It is ls3 rrop:r to say a passing word In Iiraise of the Associated Presa agente, to ?nom we are often under obligations for tverk well '". A SPECIAL fr un Paris fays that the Bonapart sjB axe plotting for a coalition Kith the mcmiers of tbe ret ublican arty to elitct the overthrew of tbe pvtrnment cu the qution of teurUo- lial nominations. In the tweraUv the pemberscf tbe right and kit are agreed In tbe m initiation tf fortv-frur iena- prs. Thir y oae Ptufctors remain un- po3:n. We received y-smday, by courtesy If General W. J. Smith, a cw of (lie pport by ti.e ecrj'a'y tf too treasury In theftate cf flmucts for ihe year lt75. . make fifty octavo pages, and is cen- tqu-ntlytoo voluminous for our col- Pns Tbe gl-t "f It, however, will ap .r in tho Appeal from time to time, 1 cccai n nH- fi-r. I New Yckk le ereat'y excited over tbe capo cf Two ., and tbe autboritie Late, ccucty and elty are strainlrg 'ery nerve to re-arrw-t the thief. The 111 cu to wbobe cuetody ho was in us.ed will be be!d t j a rigid personal tcun'a'-iilty. Governor Tildsn says I; will te d Sheriff Conner responsible r the tt -ce iLilliou dollkis tail, in de u'.t cf wh'cb IVejd ai held H 30 d.ctar a ih-.t he will treat Sheriff :nur a? if tl-o latter ve-e anaccom icro tf T!-ei, until bis monetary io lore L: y is cxtii gushed. Bupefiu- Indert Welling, it wMtruin redinNtw wrk ci t-ndsy, bad seitt word totlie Iptaij or iterx liee precinct in which Ltr 11 C 1 1 r tc-!de to keep the latter liciuj uidtr ?urvU'ao. IvIauuij m c;sl ttle New York I.tcW, r e v d m:d light last nllit, ita- t o h.:wiug: 'Tue tt-age P.ca ' G-.iist t ccaslons great ex- iiif lite tumiBwy of !! t-an q - - n v. e cUtl lo Smoi Col , c 01 .1: r f r f irt'ga afWrs, mid a n.Ltng f the mluht ry was Id to-night. lu great verbosity sta-tud tbe Spmifch elatsemau. A day's delay in fending in the mestape U ic.jst.rded suspicioubly, aud the loi ligerency disclaimed, will bo variously ilfa.Hifol in to-marrow's rempircM. Duplicity ivHl probably te charged, and tbe ultra o gans intimate thiea's of Car lbt xciogiitson. The newspapers are Issuing citrus, and tte streets are erowdeJ. Ti e excitement is tquii to tiat shown ovur the Virginlus aiTair." The munltlpal elec.ion in L'.uisvillo yesterday pahsel 0fT quietly, in prcaence 01 iu3 tuts militia and fiv,j hundred spectol policemen. Hon. Char!e3 D. Jacob was re-tl?c'ed. Ibe vote, which T?aa tbelargefci ever polled by several thousand, ttod ten thousand eight hun dred and sixteen fcr Jacob; nine thou sand nine hundred and eighty-one for John O. Baxter, and th-rtv-seven for W. T. Dankin; total, twenty thouaand eigijt hundred and thirty-four. The ottot cllletrs e!e3ted are as follows: Tieawrer, Henry Wolfjrd; ae3sor, J. A Krack; tax-rtceiver,Divid Ferguson; auditor, William Gaisel. The contest for mayor ws moat exciting, and was fought ba-der than any other in the his tory of .Louisville. For six mouths it has been waged with unusual liercenes?, and at one time it was feared that Eerioua trouble woki ccur, t ut liefpily for the peaoe of thecily it has been avoided. xhb leoommendition cf Mayor Loague to cut down thcEfclary of his onice to two thousand dollars per an num, w not a good oie. We hato proved, and will continue to press lii- tieuoliitf it aMd i';m upen ourjeo- p:e, acu, wt .thinK, tu o are many eniaik'j the ge;erel council can contiol wittoat impairing tin efficiency of the ofilcei ;o which tbfy attach, but tbo mayor's ib tot ore o' tLcrn at Ieist to the ex'cat of one-half as suggeateJ by xar. iioague. We think if it be cur- tal eJ one thousand dollars per annum, andtbosalanejof all tho otter offices n .piOj.ortloj, fifteen or twwuty thou sand toJars may le save J to tbo ci:y oicti yoir. ttince tto memlera of tho gprcral council aio no longer paid, aud tue Wdfi'i of the fhemea, policemen und eircet force have bten cut down, lot us nave a curtailment of the a!aries aud emo'.ume U of all tLe oflkers. If this is lo: tloio the poop o will have rea- eon to concluo that our cry o' retiench- ment and ie o,m h all gammon. TBLEUllAPH BitEVm, .London T3B aanfiPlv hafnif oil Halnr. uy, uu travel greatly lmpeoeu. A : . .7 . 00-- nar ej U'lOijoi's conilitio vpjter. uay wa reponea ce:ioojiy worte. j ... . . .. - General Burt. ronma?tnr at l?utnn ur I J . . .... . 1 n ,1 1 1 r i L uaa iwiKutu IU (! JKUKU 111 rh II TO fill Tlllr. Chris O'Conner. a WPlI-knnwn liilHnrrl I lyt-r, tlied tuddeuly Jn New York Sat urday. M&yor Cobb waa nominatpil fnr ro. election by the Button Itspublicaus Bat- uruay. Count AVendtzu Eutpnb pre. wlin mi Jlrulnu to riwco iiiemarc&'s dauch- ter, is dead. Xititice of a cut-down of warp., bun ieeu ssrveu udou tha mill onnn i'vaj ut s c.... t.. Military onorations are erreatlv rn. farded in tbe northern Spanish provin ces by heavy stow. bevoral nilconers escaned from tlm llaymond-f-lreet jail in Biooklyu, Ney Yorfe, Saturday night. Nsncy Gammeli, aced tixtv-fou yeaw, was tun ed to death during a tire A heavy shock of earthquake is ro- nrrtfd at Grass Valley, California, Sat urday, ln-tinj; ten s2Contis. Mrs. Kaufman and her dauehter were latauy lurneu DV the falllue: of a caso- Hue lamp in Nesrari, NewJertey, yes terday. CjJorel B.N. Hudson has gold tlm Aorre Haute Journal to a comnanvren- reentcd by F. Havens, Andrew Grimes auu ji.ii xj. Junes. Three men were instantly killed and two mortally wounded by tho explosion m a sugarui.ufce holier, near Uranklin, Fifry men were thrown out of em ployment at Laco. Maine, yesterday bv the buralr g of the extensive tannery of vaiiRceroiueis ec uo. It is now estimated that tho number of deaths cueed by the explosion of the Swaithe Maine olliery will not ex ceed onn hundred aud fifty. The Kentucky State Krantte Patrons of Huttandry met iu Louisville yester day in m.uuttl eeysion. Tsvo hundred and f jrty delegates were prasent TIib Prussian government has form ally summoned the archbishop of Ce lt true lo rtsiKU. This is nreliminarv to legal proceedings to depose him. Itisetnt'd that Max Muller, professor or comparative philology at A'l tt ula college, of Oxford, has resigned his pos' tion, and wiil leave England iu 1670. Two hundred dollais reward is ollered for tbe arrest of Charles H. Doyd, a ne gro buigla- and desperado who escaped f,;m prison at Columbus, Ohio, Satur day. Bess Tweed hoodwinked the keepers of Ludlow prison in Xew York Satur day, and now there is a vacaut chair at the prison table in a wold, tbe boss has skipped out. Mat, M'Cord was arrested at Liver more, Kentucky, Saturday, on charge of U;irg the United States mails fortne purpose of swindling the public with a oogu lottery cchctae. The grand jury of Lexington, Ken tuafcy, has indicted tbe magittrate3 of t iat oi'y fir malfeasance in office, in voting t'jeasselves rlvedoilars a day, in btead cf three, aa id required. Mr. Cusbing. UultctlStatej minister, has had a loi g conference with S?ncr t ollaute. the new Spanish minister for foreign affairs. It is understood that the negotiations continue satkfactory. The oreaing day of tie Louisiana jockey cub tor the rail niee:Ing was postponed until Saturday Lext on ac conntot tbn bad conditioa of tho roads and track, earned by tbe je:ent beivy i.iitfi A Vienna te'.egram mentions tho tu mor that the princes of Abyssinia, through the American missionaries, have asked the aashtance of the United Su tea. against tho Mohammedan in vaders. A deperate attempt, and partially successful, to break jail was made by tht prisoners in the jsil at Ctrcleville, Ohio, ytsUrdsy. At were recaptuitu except a man named DentDn, who is still tt large. The Earl of D-rby said Siturday that Hi6 violation ot Zanzibar's riglrs by tbe Egyptians wai probally the reauu of a m tstake.and that be did not think Egyr.t intruded the hunesatlon of Abyssinia, as was f uppoied by some. A dispatch from Roguea yesterday eaj s Rnvuaf Fa-lia succeeded in throw ing frreh provlfciona into Gartrutko, but tbe ItifeUigcnU atrt that be was subse quently lef-t(d Lear Gaticbko, loeiug x thi ur&i.d killed acd wcunded. Tn following is last week's New York lnim biatcmtnt: Loins dcrea-e, W3,700; specif dtcrt ase, $1,106 000; le gal tender tircreae, Sl,368,7UO; drjwtifs flpcreate.S.lCO; circulation inoretse, 8,6C0; reurve decrease, $1,177,425. Second Day's Proceedfngg of the First Session of the Forly Fourtli Congress Blaine's FersonBl Explanation. Selection oi Seats in the llonso The Oldest Members First Draw Location of Both Patties. The President's Message A Thoroughly Republican Re view of the Condition and Affairs of the Union. The Educational Question A Con Stitutional Amendment of tho Fullest Scope and Power Suggested. Sectarianism Opposed Compnl sory Education, and an Educational Qualification forYoters Kecorii iiieuded. Suggestion that Church Property be 'J axed, and that Polyg amy be Suppressed ife sumptkm of Specie Payments Urged, No Present Chanee for the Cubans The Spaniards Threatened Mexican Marauders Ala bama Claims Ocean Telegraphy Etc. StXA'fJB. Washington, December 7. Tbe senate wa called to order at twelve o'tlocl: noon. After prayer by the chaplain andreEd- mg ot me journal or yestenlav'd Dro- cetdings Senator Eaton sent to the clera's ttesk and liad read thecredpntiais of James h,. Ensrlish. onncinteJ United Stfe-s senator from Connecticut, in nlace of O. 8. Ferry, deceased, and the oath of omco was administered to the new een- nitr. Mr. Adams, clerk of the housa of ren- reaentativts. appeared at the bar of the senate with a iues-Dgo announcing tbe organization oi tue nouso auu the an pomtment of a committed to ioiu the committee of the senate to wait upon the jrrfaiuetii. oi tue unitca estates. On motion of Senator Frelinirhuvsen. iu- a:uio wuiiaKueau until oneo'CIOCK. Upon reaasemblinsr Senator Anthonv. from the joint committee, to wait unon the Piesident and inform bim of the or ganization of tbe two houses of congress. reported. The President replied that he wouiu communicate witn congress im mediately in writing. Atfiiteen minutes past one o'clock Mr. Luukey, the private secretary to tbo frisident, appeared at the bar of the tenate with the meS3age,and It waa,read by Mr, Gorham, secretary of tne senate. mo reading woa concluded at eittbt minutes pass two o'ciocK, and wss I s eaed to with marked attention bv the ssnatorsand tho large, audience iaJhe gal lent s. Sir .Edward Thornton, the British minister, was In the dlnlomatio callerv. and appeared to be deeply interested in that portion of the message in regard to tne scbool question, the taxation of cburch property, on Cuba, on financial affairs, and tbe condition of the uuvy es pecially attracted the closest atteniion. ua motion of Senator Conklintr. the nitsaage was ordered to lay oti tho tablo and be printed. He also offered the usual resolution to print copies, which was re ferred to the committee on printing. The president pro tern laid before the senate the reports of the various cabinet officers and tho comptroller of currency, wbich were ordered to be nrinted and lay on tho table. Adjourned. mere will be no chances of lmnor- tance in the senate committees. iiousi:. The house of representatives, at Quar ter past twelve o'clocck, took a recess until one o'clock. Mr. B aine, rising to a personal ex planation, said tbaf, iu the debata yes terday on the Louisiana qnestion, be bad expres-ed the hope that tho other side of the hous9 would not, In an inci dental way, attempt to reopen and dis honor the sirretmsnt made last voir. Some persons imagined that the word "disnonot' had bsenused, with some de gree, to Impute it to thegeutlemtu from Mississippi (Mr. Lamar J as a personal affront. He had used it only in a sense of nullifying and disregarding, aud net with tbe remotest iiei of offering an affront to that gentleman. Mr. Lamar said lie h3dnot he3rd tho word, which the treutleman from Maine was reported as havmc used, and that ii9 accepted the explanation in tbe gen erous spirit m wnicn it was maae. 'the houso then, on motion cf Mr. Randall, took a recess till one o'clock. tho hour fixed for the diawing of seats. At that hour the reces3 was extended to give the members absent on tbe com mittee to wait on the President Cox. Knott and Blaiue an opportunity to I e present anu beiect their seals when their names should bo called. The courtesy of allowing tLe oldest continuous mem bers to select se .ta iu advance of the drawing, was extended to Mr. Kelly. Mr. Ambler was alto permitted to select a seat for Mr. Stephens, of Georgia. At fifteen minutes past one Mr. Cox re potted that tho committee had waited on tbe President, and that a communi cation in wilting would bs sent to the house forthwith. The speaker submitted the quettion whether the house would draw seats, or have tbe President's message read. The former course wa3 adopted. A blind folded page drew tho numbers from the box, one by one, aud the member drawn came from the outside of the bar where all wore congregated, and oc cupied the seat which he purposed hold intr for the congress. The first names drawn weie Mr. Whitphuuse and Mr. Eiy King. The Dsmocrats totk their scats on tbe east side, to the right of the speaker's chair, the side which they have pirtlal ly occupied f jr rnauy congrersea; some, however, selected seats on the western or Republican s da of tho chamber. Mr. Bauka selected tho s.at which ho formerly occupied, at the extreme left, resisting the invita'-ion of Mr. Blaine to take a seat near him, and in dicating that the atmosphere abDUt there was too stioug for him. It was twenty minutes past two o'clock when the drawing wjs completed. As toon s order wa res tort tl the Pitsldent's metsage was received and presented, aud read by tho reading clerK, Mr. Me heffy. '1 he reading occupied two hours and live minuttP. At first tho itevesge was listened to with considerable interest and attention, but after passing the por- lions relating to education, church properly and Cuba, the a'tention began to flag. 7 be member gradually retired, so that during the reading of tbe latt'Jr half the mesSiije there were not prob ably forty members In their 8eau, and few of those paying the slightest atten tion. The mef sjg9 was ordered printed. Mr. Cox presented the petition of W. H. Trescott aud othere of Bouth Caro lina, with reference to the right of repre sentative of the third congressional dis trict, of South Carolina, and moved it be referred to the committee on elec tions. Bo referred. Tho house then adj uirned till Friday. Till: JIKJvSAGL. THE FIRST CENTURY OF THE KLTUBLIC. To the Senate and llonpo of Representatives: Iu submitting my saventh annual meesage to congnss, in this, the Cen tennial year cf our national existence as n free and Independent people, It af fords me great pleat ure to recur to the advancement that has leen made from tbe time of the colonies, one hundred yeatsago. We were then a people num bering only tbiee millions ; now we num ber more than forty millions. Then our industries were confined almost exclu sively to the tillage of the soil: now manufacturiee absorb much of ihe labor of the country. Our libert es remain unimpaired. Toe bondsmen have beon freed from slavery; we have become possessed of the lespect, if not friend ship, of all civilized nations; our pro gress has been great in all the arts, in tcierce, commerce, navigation, mining, mechanism, law, medicine, etc, and iu geneial education. GOH PROGRESS, Our progress Is likewise en cou racing Our thirteen States have become thirty eight, including Colorado, which has taKen the step to becomo a State, and eignt Territories, including the Indian nrd Alaska, and excludius Colorado. making a territory extending frtm tho !. ;.. ... .1 r f .! . i "uauuu iu iuo x ituiuc; ua tue soutn we haveextended to tbe Gulf of Mexico, and in the west from the Mississippi to the Pacific. One hundred yea-s ago tho coiton-giu, the eteamsoip, the railroad, the telegtaph, the reaping, sewing and uioueru printing macnines, anu numer ous other inventions of scarcely less value to our buslnees and happiness wtrc entirety uuanown, MANUFACTURES. In 1776 manufacturers scarcely existed even in all this vast territorry, bat in io(o more man two millions of persons were employed as manufacturers, pro ducing two billion one hundred million dollars of produce, m amount an nuauy nearly equil to our national dent. lrom nearly tho whole of (hp population of 1776 being engaged in the one occupation of agriculture, in 1870 so numerous anu aivrsined had necome tho occupations cf our people, that lass man six minions cue or more than forty millions wore so encased. The extra. ordinary effect produced in our country by a r.sort to such occupations has built a marKti lor tne products of farti e land distant from tbo eeaUosrd and the markets of tho world. The American system of working various and exten sive manufactures, next to the plow and too pasture, ana nuuing connecting railroads and steamboats, ha produced in our distant country a result not tqualedby the intelligent parts of the other nations. Toe ineenuitv and tho skill of American mechanics has been demonstrated at homo and abroad in a manner most flittering to their pride; but for the extraordinary cenius .mri ability cf our mecbanca the achieve ments of our agriculturalists, manufan- turers and transporters throughout tho country would have been imnassible of attainment. OUR MINING INTERESTS. Tho nroiflei'3 of tlm miner lina olar been great; oT coal, our production wra small; now many millions of tons are mlued anuuRlIy. So with iron, which formed scarcely an appreciable part of our product half a century ago. We now produce more than the world con sumed at the beginning of our national existence, ljeau, zinc and copper, from being articiei of import, we may expect to be large exporters of In the near fu ture, the development of gold aud sil vtr mines throughout tho States ami Territories has not only been remarka- Lie, up. Las had a Iuige iulluence upon the businesscf tl commercial nation?. OUR COMMERCE. Our morchanu in tbe last hundred years have had a success, and estab lished aieputatton for enterprise, saga city, progress aud integrity unsurpassed by the people of older uationalties. Tbla good name Is not confined to their homes, but gcei out on everv sea and into every port where commerce enters. With equal pride wo can point to our progress ia all of the learned professions. As we are aie now about to enter unon the second Centennial, commenc ing our manhood as n nation, it is well to look back upon tbe nas.t and aludy what will be best to preserve and advance our future greatness. From tho fall of Adam for his transgression to the present day no nation has ever been free from threatened dangers to its proe perity and happiness. Wo should look to the(danger3 that threaten and remady them so far as lies in our power. EDUCATION OF THE MASSES. We are a republic whereof one man is as good as another before the law. Under such a form of government it is of the greatest importanca that all should be poisessed of education and In telligence enough to cast a vote with a right understanding of its mtauiutr. A laige association of ignorant men can not with any considerable power oppose euccessiui rcs;s auca ta tyranny, as oppression from tho educated few wiil inevitably sink in acquiescence to the wilt of lnteirgence, whether diiected by the demagogue or by priestcraft. Heuce the education of the mass becomes of the first necessity for the preservation of our iuetitutions. They aie worth pre serving, because they have secured the greatest good to the greatest proportion of the population of any form of govern ment, yet, uovitu. ah other forma cf government approach it just in propor- uuu iu me kuuerui umueion oi educa tion and independence of thought and action. As tho primary sten. the rafore. to our advancement in all that has marked our piozress in the nast entury, IsuKse:tfor your earnest con sideration, and mcst earnestly re commend it, that a constitutional amendment submitted to tho Iegfala- turts or me several mates for ratifica tion, making it the duty of each of the several States to establish and forever maintain free publie schools adequate to the education of all the children iu tlm rudiinei ttry branches within their re spective limitSjirrespective of sx, color. uiriupiace or religion, roroiduing the teaching in said schools of religion, aihehtic or pagan, and prohibiting the granting of any school funds or sohool taxes, or any part tln-reof, by legislation, municipal tr otherwise, for tha bsnpfit of any other object of any nature or kind whatever. UNTAXED CHURCH PROPERTY. Iu connection with this important ruestion I wou d also call your attention to the iinportanco of correcting an evil that, if permitted ti continue, willprob- lily lead to gioit trouble in our land before the cloBe of the nineteenth cen tury. It is the accumulation of a vast amount of unt.xed chuicb property. In isoa, l neiieve, the church property of the United States, which paid no tax, municipal or State, amounted to abjut SS3,000.000. Iu 1S80 the amount had doubled; in 1S75 it ia about S200.0COO 0; by 1900, without check, It Is safe to eny this property will reach a sum exceeding 5300.000,000, and so vast a sum, receiving all tho protection and benefits of the government without bearing its proportion of tho burdens and txpensed of the same, will not be looked upon acquiescently by these who have paid taxes. In a growing cor y where real slate enhauces so ntp.u.y with time,-as in the United Concluded on third page. ANOTHER HOBHOB. The Atlantic Steamer Doutschland Wrecked Off the Mouth of the River Thames. jaw." - Over One Hundred LiTes Supposed to liiire .flecn tolt Togs' and Steamers to the Rescue. London, December 7. The agent at Rochester reported this morning that a boat had come ashore in that city from the steamer Dautschland, from 'Biemen, Dicemb'sr4tb, fjr New York. Ihe boat contained one man and the dead bodies of two others. The man reports that the two men perished from exposure, having been in tne boat forty-eight nour?. August, me name ot the quar termaster of the Dentschland, who ar-. rived in the boat.reportB that the steamer strucK on a sanoDauKi in the North Sea, and ho believes she is tctally lost, with all her pa'seugera and crew, numbering one hundred and fifty. One boat left the ship before that occupied by August and his comcanions4Tho fate of that boat is unknown. Tnename of one of the men who died in August's boat is forfentein. Olltich & Co., agents of the North German Lloyd steamship line, to which mo ueutscuianu 03iongs, received a dispatch from London, which saya that tne aumirauy omcsra reported that the boat picked up was washed away from tne UcUiscnianu, anu that it was supposed that the steamer struck at some point on theKettish Knock sands. A tug has been sent out toseareh for her and render assistance. The agents of tbo lino have grave fears concerning the Deuuchland, and do not conceal them. They suppose that the vessel went ashora in a fog, as latest weather reports from England contain accounts of thicK weather on mo eastern coast, which probably extended over the North eea. In January last the Deutechland encountered terrible storms while on her way to thia port from Bremen, but was safely taken bask to the other side of tho Atlantic, although her machin ery had been disablpd. She has only made one trip from Southampton since encountering tho storm, when she was laid up along with a half dozen steamers or tho line, aud has not been Uied since February last. The captain of the Seutschland, Captain Luding, a tnorougniy efficient officer, wa3 placed in cuarge or me company's do'jks at uremsnuaven a snoic tinio ago, and a new captain, whose name has not been ascertained, was transferred to tlm DdUtechland. The number ofnagseneers on board ia not known, but information on mis point naa neeaasEed for by tele graph. London, December 7. The following lant-eroacim copy oi movers telegram irom namncnein regard lotheJJeu ach land: "The steamer Deutschland, from .Bremen ior xseft' lorK, with emi firantp, Grounded on Kentisn Knock at five o'clock Monday morning, during a h -avy northeast gale. The weather waa thick with snow. The crew and pasen aers were drowned The De'itschland has baaten overthe Kentlth Knock and is now in four and one-half fathoma water. Saehas apparently patted amid ship3. When Captain Bricbenstein left the steamer she was full of water, wbich waa rising and falling with tbe tide, Assistance has been sent to the Deutech ltud. London, DC9rrber8 Canf ainBrick- enttein, and part of the crew of the steamer D.-utcbsland, have Jtnt landed at Harwich. It is supposed that about fifty passengers and the crew were drowned. Tne Dautschland is now on Loncisands. further toward the shore tha i the Kentish Knock. Two tuca and a life-boat have proceeded to the scene of the disaster. Kentish Knock -sandB are a few miles off the mouth Of the Thames. The aeents of the North German Lloyd's steamship company state that me t reamer ueutscniaad has two firat- class cabin, twenty-four second-class and ninety-seven sleerasje passencers. The commander of tbe British man-of-war Penelope telegratihs from Harwich to the admiralty, that nlty lives have been lost. The remainder of the passengers and crew have landed at Harwich, where they are under the care of the German consul. Quaitermaster August, in his statement says that tho name of the cap tain ot me ueutscnianu is uisius; that tho steamer left Bremen Sunday morn ing, and struck the knock on Sunday evening. .Every eftort waa made to get ner ou, out in vain. The eea washed over the ship, carrying away much of her gear. The captain kept very cool. Immediately after the shin struck, he ordered the life-beats to be distributed among the passengera aud crew. The next morning, as it was thought the shipwai about to break up, the order waa given to lower the boats. August ana two seamen vera detailed to man one of the boats, which capsized twice in lowennir. vvnen she righted, they drifted away from the steamer. They tried to pull back, but could not, aa a heavy snow storm prevailed and the weather was pierdng cold. Hia two companions perished from exposure. August saya ihe crew numbered 130. When holast saw the steamer, ende ivcrj wore b?ini made to launch all tne boa's The Advertiser reports that the total number of persona rescued from the Deutschland ia one hundred and fi'ty. Twenty five mail-bag3 were aaved. The pastenaers mi-Sing so far are J. Gross- nianu, Qnt cab'.u; Ludwing Kerrmann, Juaria Foster, ii.mii MacK. uertna Fund ling, five nuns, Trocoopi Kadolkoff and G. Lundgruen, second cabin. ' New York, December 7. Oelbrichs & Co., have ju-t received the following diepatch from their agentjat South ampton: The Deutschland ran ashore on Long Bandp. Fifty cf the passengers and crew are reynrted drowned. Pare of tbe passeager and crew landed at Harwich on Tuesday afternoon. Further particulars are wanting. The Deutschland fired roakeis all day Monday, and until Tuesday mornicg, aud, although they were aeen from Warwick, it waa impracticable to send assistance until the gale moderated. At tour o'clock thia morning the tug Liver pool brought in fifty-one persons, in cluding all tbe officers except the fourth. Ono child died on board the tug. Tbe number of dead bodies in the steamer's cabin was fifty, and the others are probably in tbe br.ati which are missing. So far only about fifty-four are known to be saved. Beck, the quartermaster, I? apparently dying, his swollen and blackened appearauce indicating frost bite. His narrative was given with great difficulty. He aaya hta boat wa8 attached to the ship by a rope, which broke, aod the boat fell to the leeward. There being no oars, it was impos sible to return, eo sail was rigged and the boat drove before the wind all day and tbo follqwing night. A steerage passenger name 1 Forsentien, bsing lightly clad, and without shoes and stockings, soon died, and a seaman shortly after. Aifive o'clock this morn ing a boat wis perceived by an artillery man on duty at the fort at Sheerness, and Beck vaa rescued. The captain gays that distress signals were answered frcm tbe ligkt vessels and coast guard station at Harwich during Mouday evening, but owing to the fierceness of tha gale it was impossible to send assist ance. No lifeb;at waa to be had and none other could live. Later. The scene3 at the wreck on the arrival o! the tug defies description. Strong women and children were cling ing to the riging, from;which many bad b en wttchal away. Some wereintrelr last 3trngg.es. In the cabin were seen corpses oi ladies and children just as they had retired Onehundred and fir ty peroii ?ere taken oil by the tug, with scant clothing. Ai riving at Har vick the lurvlvora were taken charge of by the tlerman consul, Oliver John Williams, who wrnvldpd thpm wlfli food, clothing and lodging, and glad iti utter ao many nours of exposure to the most severe frost ever experienced. The Deutschland had two fl'st-clase, tweuty-fonr teoond-class and ninety seven steerege passengers, and a crew of seventy-five, but others aay more. All the gambling houses In Cincinnati were closed last night. The municipal authorities are energetic in their efforts to suppress gambling in that city. William Arden, an Englishman, killed his wife with, an ax In Cleveland, Ohio, Saturday," and after ward Inflicted mortal iDjuriewith the aarno instrument on his stepdaughter and Mrs. Behton, who wca-trying to protect the unfortunate girl. The legislature of Arkansajryeaterday passed a bill donating all the .State lands lying imthe counties in the north western part :bf the "State for the build ing of a railroad from some point on the Atlantic and Pacific railroad. In Mis souri, via Fayettevllle, in Arkaneat. to a 'point on the Little Rock and Fort Smith railroad, at or near Ozatk. The President having granted the re quest of . General O. E. Babcock for a court of inquiry into the charges recent ly made against him In 8t. Louis, Sat urday, designated Lieutenant-General" P. H. Sheridan, Major-Geueral W. 8. Hancock and Brleadier-General H. Terry to compose the court, and they ate oruereu to meet in unicago uecem' oer tn. A Montreal dispatch yesterday chron icles the following horror: "On Satur day Rev. Father Murnhv. editor of th True Witness, and a famous lecturer on papal Infallibility, and Rev. Father Jbynch, a talented yourtr nriest latelv irom ireiana, arove out to uacK river. seven miles from Montreal, and stopped at the Lagennesse hotel at night. After retiring a fire broke out in tbe hotel, and earner Murpny, Lynch and Madame Champagne, a laJyaleewlutron the third noor, were nurned to death before asaist ance could be rendered. Lagennesse very rapidly, and spread to Norcott'a notei, opposite, uotn ourneo to the ground. Five thousand people vlaited the acene to-day " ADDITIONAL KiVEB 1SEP0HT8 Associated Press Dlspntcbes. Nashville. December 7. River Is rising slowly, with 9 feet on Harpeth shoals. Cincinnati, December 7 River 17 lect 10 lncaes ana ralllne. weather rlnndv Vicksburo, December 7. River rose inches. Down: C ty of Qnlncy Up New Orleans, December 7 Ar rived: Governor Allen and barees. C. B t liurch, Ohio river; John B llaude, Mem phis. Uenarted: II. H. Turner. Ohio jlvpr- ui auuu, ow iiuu, tv cumer cloudy auu VUUI. St. Louis. December 7 Arrived: Ulencoe ana Andv Johnson. New Orleone Job Kinney, Vicksburg: c-t, Jo-eph. Mem 8 his. Departed: Leopard and barges, New rleans; t'apliol City, Vlck-burj. The river Has ris-n uiocnes. and all the nDDer stremnn swelling, w earner ciuuay ana com. LouisviLiiB, December 7. River stationary, with 9 feet 2 Inches In the cami, ana v ieei z incnes on the fHlU, "Weather condy and rlsty. Arrived: Warnir, Cincinnati. Drpaited: Warner. New Orleans W. Z. MITCHELL'S SCHOOL, Ho. SOS Third NSreei. BTUDENTS prepared for the usnal college course. All the common Er"l!f-,h branches tangnt. ior terms, apply at the schoolroom. Wednesday. 7 ii.m Itegnlnr nnd Iol- tlntoty Best Evr UUVred !-5h 4'ronnluK lp " mij-MrjDo excursion to mew untannvm Jdobllr I A cheap trip for evervbid v a prlncelv visit to the cay and les'lve Crebceut (Jltv.to the orange and magnolia groves of our fair and ueauieous sunny soutn. una to the fragrant Und or love, poetry and (lowers, and a. ill's tbe most delightful, ausnlcluus and at-n ctlve am oi m year, wnen rew Orleans, tne Queen City and Metropolis of tbe South and the pride ot its people, Is at Its zen th of 11 e, business and be uty, and clothed In all of Its tropical glory and splendor. ( n 1-rlday. Dec. 17, 1875, atS a.m.a epoolal train, with ample and first-class accommodations in every le spect, Including Pullman Palace bleeping uuacura, uuu an eteyant ana wen Kepi Re freshment coach will leave Columbus, Ky , on the Mobile and Ohio R. it. nnd ran in Nnu.- Orleans, making close connection at Mobile with the New Orleans and Mobile It. one of the finest roads tn the Unltttl sStutes. run. nlngfrom Mobile to New Orleans over one of tne most oeanttiui, rare, romantic and at tractive sections of country that the eye ever ueneia. Deinc almost a continual and natural pathway of rose?, wild flowers and ever greens, periumed by the r.ch and rare fra grance oi iae orange ana magnolia g oves laat ue contiguous io toe lino ot roal on either side, almost all tbe wav from Mobile In New Orleans. In short, it would require the pen oi an inspireu writer, or can iortn the laneua in his age of a poet, such as was utel bv Ovid Deauuiui description or the Uolden Age, to paint the picture or dq Justice in tbe description of this lovely part or our tip; and over this we have a daylight inn, leaving Mobile about 8:30 Saturday moraine and ar riving in New Orleans about 3 p.m. of tame uay. r are ior in) itonnu xnp : TO ORLEANS AND HHTf URN: From Columbu, Ky.. and between Hnmbol it and Columbus SI2 nn From Humboldt and between Corinth and Humboldt : n mi From Corinth and between Artesla and Corinth.. 10 CO From Artesla and between Meridian and Artesla n m From Meridian .... 8 00 TO MOKll.K AND KKTtTRN? From Columbus, Ky.,and between Hum boldt and Columbus. . 9 00 From tinmboldt and between Corintu and Humboldt s fin From Conntb and between Artesia and Corinth . 7 00 From Artesla and between Meridian and Artesla r m From Meridian 5 ou Children under twelve v.ars. half m-io. Under four years, free. Tickets will bs on sale nt all the nrlnolnnl stations on -ho MoMle and Ohio railroad, be tween Meridian, Miss., and fo'uuibii, Ky., also at Cairo, p&ducah, MetroD:lls, Mayrleid, Fmton, Pails, ienn., .McKenzle, Milan, Brownsville, Memphis, and prubably other towns In southern Kentucky and IlllnoW. Wtst Tennessee, North Mississippi and North Alabama. Male of tickets will commence on Dec mber let. and continue up to tbe depart ure of tbe train en the morning of tbe 17th, aud accommodatiun will be auiule for any number that may be purcbased. Tickets will ba good go ng on Pp clal Train, December 17th. Uoid returning on any train or date until December 31ft. inclusive, thus allow-in- every one t return at pleasure, und compell ing no one to remain longer than th y wish. Excursionists returnlog from New riojns are allowed to stop over at Boloxl, Bay at. Louis, Pass Christian, Holly Springs Pasca goula, aud other dehghtlul and popular wa tcrlug places and places of report sbnatsd on the Bay and bnlf Coast, and along tbe line of railroad from New Orleins to Mi.mih. Hpoclal arrangements have been made with inevery oesr, notei inrew u. leans acd vo blle to board excursionists at ereatlv redurd rates while In iho cltle. Arrangements have a'eo been made with all the leadli ir 1 ticatm-s. Operahouses, Omnibus and Transfer hints. Pleasure Hteamers, etc., at greatly reduced ; rate, for tbe benefit of this Excursion, ilina combining economy with plea-ure through out the entire trip. This is a rare opportunlty ror business men, as wen as tboso in tear, b of pleasure, aud a. trip In which both business and pleasure can be easily and pleasantly combined. The attention of lanlenln partic ular is uuu uiiculcu 10 mis, as it is certainly the most charming and atirac'lve trip for them tnat has ever yet been gotten up. Par ties designing to make tbe trip are requested to buy tbeir tick ts at the earliest bossn.le day, and -s an Inducement Ave percent, dis count will be made on an purcha es made be fore the 12th of Deci-mber. KtiUND TkIP TO TtXS AND hRrUKN, S20 lo 21. For the beiient or those w slung to exttnd tho trip to Texas, an arrangement has been madi with Morgan's Kollroai and msgnldcent line of Ocean titeamers, t. carry paitlBM ot this Excuis on from New Orleans to Galveston and return for S12, Including meals and state rooms on board the Mteamen (ior a number not less than 25). Any nurnb-r i,Rs ti.an 25 will be S15. Arrangements will be msde with other Railroads lor reduced fare, connecting with the Excursion on that day, alto with the Hteamers connecting t Columbus. Fo- fur ther Information address U. L. COLLI.S, Trezevant,Tenn..Ueneial Manager orExcur tlon, or r. A. COh INS, Mila., Teno. Tbe Ciran l Uolden Drawing and Urand Prom euade Concert wnl couieofT during nor visit t. Ihe i reseeut City, fare ior the rounl inp f.-oni Memphis to New Orleans ami return, JH 60; f-.ro for tbe round trip Horn Mem his to ilo .die and reiuru.IU &; laie ror fie ro nd trlpfam Hunuvllle to New Oilean. fl SO: to Mobile, S13 0 item shment cur for rent apply to U. L. Collins, Trrrevant, or K. A. fol Itns.Mllan, T"". Tlcke:- fo- ue at all sta tions on the nphls an . rm-on R,n. road from Mn..rhlv o Hu I . i ll 273 Main street, Mernpt.ls. M. c. PEAKCK, lo I PEARCE, SUGGS 45 CO WHOLESALE 6R0C Commission Moroli atinLts?., 25S Wront St., Meinphlu, Tcnn. PARTIC7DXAR ATTSNTTOTI PAID TO TPS 8AZ.S OF rOT'OSJ HAlOLEOS HILL. HILL, FONTAINE & CO, PATTA M And RTIiolesBle Grocers, 360 JND 362 FRQ&T 8TBBET, MEMPHIS fSNIf. TUOS. J. BE ASIAVy. W. BEASLET. 8AET0N & U WOIISAIiEI IS eOTTOI Bn teti III Rl UMUU 14 ai a AO GENERAL COHfillSSION MERCHANT: 21 Front Klreet, bet. WasliInKton and I , V, TSSLSlD tY'LL. & li. TUE.JJWELL, Wholesale Grocers Sodality I. C. B. T. M. rilHF. members Of the So-Iallty I. C. B. V. M. JL are rtqufgted ta meet at their ball this ( vED'MESDA i ) morning, at 9 o'clock, to at tend Dedication C r monies at Bt. Mary's Cljnrch. Byorde"- Prefect, decs JOHN J. DUFFY, Secretary. Cli-rlcs Baildlnf: anil Tlrgg Assoclatioo. 'iiHK regular monthly meeting of the Clerks JL f-ulldlug and Savings Association wilt bo held this (WEDNESDAY) evening, Decem beretb, at 714 o'clock, ifNo 8 MarJlson street. Dues must be paid before 3 o'clock this day, or fines will accrue. J. W. BRUSH, President. P. B. Joses, Secretary. dec8 DlSiULUUON. TmEflrmof H.RElTER&r0.wasdissolved on December 1, 1S75, bv mutual consent, 11. Belter assuming all liabilities and collect ing all accounts. Will alao contlue the business. H. REITcR. ELECTION OF DIRECTORS. Union and Piantee Bank or Memphis, Memphis, Tenn., December 6, 1875. STOCKHOiDEtW are hereby riotlded that au election will be held at thlsbank on MONDAY. January 10, 187U,, or the purpose of cnoosmg r Hieen Directors for tbe ensutnz year. a. r. uasnien' large Sale of Ducla med Baggage AT AUCTIOH, Uu Wednesday aforalnic, nt IO O'clock U t A. . Frankland. 195 Main street 0LI7a,FLl?i CO., WHOLESALE 1UOO bni(H CoOzo, Klo, Lanayra and Juvri. 500 btilH. fingar, brown and tililte. Tot) bbls. 1'lccnr, barrels and balvef. 130 bbls. Sew York UnckHhenl, 000 boxes, bf. and qr., Balslno. 4U0 boxes Fig. 100 eases batdlnes. UOO bbls. Snfs, Almonds, Fecaus, Ura- I0O bf. bbls. Atmore's Mjucemeat. US bbls. At mo re's Xtlneemeat. 000 bneliels Atmore's Mlueemeu 5, iu, is. on auu &4 ins. CO crutfs Atmore'6 3'Iam.I'nUdIrj. tiOO boxrs Crimes nnd Carrnnts new. 000 pacUHgej new mackerel. 00 boxen Codfish, Son boxes Mii 17. 1000 bnekelg JLnrd, 00 lir. bbls. Lnrd. 000 bbls. 1'otatoes, Unions and Apples. NOTICE OF REOPENING BID?. In Chancery at Nashville, Tenn. J. L. Klce, r xecutor, et sis. vs. Ewiug inompon 1 1 ais. N this canse. It is by tbe Court ordered and decreed that tbe bidding for tbe property heretotoro btdotfattbe puollcsale made on 231 October, 1875. be reopened, and remain open, unm tne 15th Day of Dtceinb.T, 1875, at 12 n. and that notice of the fame be eivenbyal verthement. it is further decreed by the Court that tbo Special Commissioner accept only sucn advance blading as extends it the whole property. Persons who have olreaoy bld.cr may desire to bid, will please observe tnis nonce, ana oe governea srcDmingiy. des Special Commissioner, Administrator's Notica. V IHE nnderslgned having qualified as sd mlnlttrator of the .estate ol J. A. Corbltt. deceased, ana letters of ailmlnlstratlon there on having been issued ti htm by tbe Probate Con't of ehelby county, Tennessee, he'aby notifies all persons who have claims against thi said estate to present them to him, prop erlv authenticated, at bis residence, three miles west of Uleccoo Station, Tenn., P. aud M. it. K . within tbe time prescribed by law. or this notice will beple-tded In bar ot their ioaovery; and all persons lnueutea to nam es tate are renueMed lo come forward and make payment. JS. V COKBiTT, Administrator Uta weu eisuiiuui j. a ujiuui.uci: u, Non-Resident Notice. No. 2097 In the Chancery Court of Shelby county, Tennessee Mary L,. Campbell vs. Joel E. Wll ou et ai. ItaDii'arlnzfrom tho Sheriffs return In this cause that the defendant, A. F.McKinney, Is not to be found In hl county; It Is thereiore ordered, lbat be make his appearance h rein, at the Courthouse in tbe ciiy of Memphis, Tennessee, oo or before the first Monday In February, 1S7G, and plead, answer or demur tn complainant's bill, or tbe Bimo will bo token f r confessed as to him, and set for hearing exparte, a.d that a copy of this order ba publluied once a week, for four successive weeks. In the Memphis Appeal. Tula 7th day of December, 1875. A copy-attest, EDM UND A. COLE, uierir. ana Jiasier. By K. B. McIIenry. D. C. & M. Ciapp A Menx,SoIs. for Gemo t. dec8 wd Non-Kesidem Notice. No. 2096.-In the Chancery Court of Shelby county, Tennesse h. Mchavlit, ltecelver, etc.. vs. David V. Fenton et id. It appearing from tbe bill which Is sworn to In this cause thai the defendants, 1 avid W. renl'.n and Ber-Jarnln F-nton, are non-residents of theStateof Tennessee; that they ara indebted to complainant in tbe turn of JR3 b9 by open account; and the writ ot at tachment having been lfued and returned by tbe Sheriff levied on tha property ot de fendants by KHrnlshment on the Panola Oil and l-ertllizerComany and W. I!. Miller: It Is theretnre ordered, That ti ey make tbehr appearance herein, at tbe conithcuse in tbs city of Memphis, T-nn"j-ee. on or before tre first Monday In Feuruary, 1876, and plead, answer or demur to oru, laluaut i bill. -r tue fame wl 1 be tak -i for conlesd as to them and set for bt am x exparte, aud that a copy ol tbls order ' r o Unshed onco a week, lor fonrsucces l- . -i-t, in the Memphis Appeal Tbls'thila. December, 1875. Acopy v- :: U. A. COLE, Clerk and Master. By E. B. VcHenry, D. C. and M. Estes & Elliott, Mis. for complt, dec8 wed L. II. &iIJGS. -AND - HIM,. TA ATA F. BiBTOS' J. X. RAHTfH. as w Adams, : MEMPni-,TR MicilElBcli -OF THE BX'C'TlVECOSMiTTEB -FOR THE ELECTION OF DELEGATES AND THE HOLDING OF A THE Democratic Fxecntive Commlllea of tbe City of Memphis hereby order tbe election of I elegates, and th holding of a tonvtntion, for tue nom nation of a - -nd-date for Major of Memphis. Ana to carry out said objects, said Committee rer.by uliect that tbe fub-Lommltiees lu their repect-e wards, whose names are hereluaf er st led, shall open and bold au e'ectlun for tbe num ber or delegates herelnarier mentioned; lha election ot said delegates t j be t y ballot, to be he d by said Snb-Commltte 8 from 4 o clock p.m. to 7 o'clock p m. on Tuesday, 14th Uay of Drc? mb?r, 1875, And said Sub-Committees are hereby Insfuc' ed thi-t no per ou Is autuorlzei to vote for said delegates nnless be 1-arei-ldeni o erof bis ward, and come-wlt-ln the quallflca ions beritofore fixed by resolution ot talsCummit tee, and will agrte lo supi ort tbe nominee til the ("on ventlou hereby called; and mid sub committees are to . o the o. Judges as to whe her nald api-Iieau'. is entitled to vo'e un der tbe quallQcatlons ss above xet forth, sid tbey will appoint two of their nu uber or o hers under tn.ir d recilon, to nord tho name of each voter, and make re umot sld election to tbe Cbairn.an o. tbls Comm.tlea without elay. Th election on said ll'h day of December, 1875, as above stated, will ba for tt.e numb rof delegates, and at the places in satd wards as follows: No 1 At southwest corner Main and Jack- sou st-eets. Fourteen delegates. No. 2-At Etigine-houise, Poular street. Niro delegates. No. 3-At M'Cnllongh's old Rtabte, on the' northl t-lde of ddams stree', between fcecond and Main street--. Fifteen d -legates. No -l-At Greenlaw Operauouse. Eleven delegates. No. 5 Near comer Beale and DeSoto streets. Nine delegates. No. t At W aid ran block. Eight delegates. ' No. 7 On Beale street, near Memphis und Charleston railroad. Eigrtdeiega es. No.8-Opposlte Ponlar-street markethonn. Thirteen delegates. .No. -At corner Fifth snd Mill streets. Elirht delegates. No. lu Near corner Malu and South streetK. Seven delegates. Total, number op Dzleoates, 102. The Executive Committee hertbv rennest that the Snb-Comm ttees b3 espeel,liy cau tious not to exercise influence lo- or against an or the candidates coming bifore trie Con vention And the Committee wnu d sttlo that tbey are exceedingly anxious to tave a Convention computed ot competent, honest and reliable men, for it i- a weli-k jo n f.ct that the beet guarai tee that tt nominee f tbe Convention shall be ompelenr, honest and reliable, Is to have delegates oi lisequat ifl nation'. The names of the Snb-Commlttees In tho dltlerent wards ar as fjl.ow : First-W". B Itichardet. Henrv Frick Tom Consodlne, Patrick Keins, J. J. Cooaey. Pecond -Jno. Donovan, ts. Fransloia, 8. Fell ing, Wm, Worsham.Ham Diejles Trlrd V. Baclgalupo, A.O.Tuther, Henry Schilling, H M. Neeley, Joe flynn. Fouitu W. S. Bruce, it. "ton. Ihomss Bar rett, N. Marato-ta, 1 ck O'Brien Ultu-J iLBa lard. U. Bonner. J. H. West. James Hall, G W.Tomlin. Sixth B. Blnebam. K. M. Hearn. J'aoh W'eller, A.S. Meyeis, C. itloidan Seventh -J. 1'. HIlLsrran, J, s. Carpenter, V. h. Cooper. 1. Perota, W. H. Bates. Elehth J. J. Duliose. Henrv Mes-1. sr.. J. WaterH, 8. J. Cam a. Wm. feathe'slooe. Math Ueorge K,Powel, S. cbelbler, E.J. Karr, Ueoig Wi'lismt, T. C. Beit - Tenih J. L.fhurp, li. P. And rin, George Hasslcger, Henry ivocco, Martin Finu. The dele'ates elected on sail ltth darofD. cember. 1875, w II meet In Couvrutlnu at ihe Exposttlou building. In the city or Memphis, THDRIDAY.'DECBHBSH 16,1875, AT f.LEVEN u'lLOl'K A.M , For tbe purpose o' nominating a candidate lor Mayor of Memphis. Jteolved. That In the event that nr or ths Hub-i-omiulitiemen be ome candidates fur delegate-, the remaining members of tbe Sub committee ue authorized to fill the vacancy. Ry order of-tbe Commlte. H. i . ELLETT, Chairman. E. W. Clapp, Secretary THE 25 Cents Per Week ToCl Hubscrlbets, Rellverttl by Cm. rfert. CllASGK OF Si.ilSDrLr N AND AFTER SUNDAY, NOVEMBER Vf 21,1 ,IS7b, Leaves. ll-2ia An Ives. 2 3 rJU 2iijn Mall train, dally Express train, dally .. 4:Ioa..Tj Homer-vlllp train, dally (ex eept Sundays) .. . 5U)p., P-Maja No chne .f oar betv.ii em sad Bristol and Memphis and Montgomery, and omy one rbau.e car- ' .. .uioa. HletipinK cuMQfih jn all alnt rwt-m Time aomlnatea fatter than city time, nckstomce ITS V.1.1C htr-wL Trains will not sU p at Vance street. W. J. UO, tieo i (4Kt. Tost B. Donn, Ticket Agoct. nova FAOTOES. eiirnnn,