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MEMPHIS, TENN., THUESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1876.
VOL 36 NO 254
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Ycttcrday of coilon and gold: Ncuo
York cotton, lQc. Memphvt cotton, 10
3 16. Nei York gold, 111J. Mar.tphis
Was Dmt., Orncx Cu. Sro. Omens,
A' jusRisOToK, October 19,1 sum.
lor the Gulf Slates, Tcnnesiee and the
Ohio valley, falling barometer, southerly
or easterly winds, warmer, clwdy and
"War Dkit Signal Sehvice U.S. Aekt.1
WED;rsDAT, Oct. 18, 1878. 10:08 p.m.
ObSffatlon. fber. Wind. Weather.
Oalvotlou ffl 82 6S bK 'ihreafg.
Indlanola 2J.S1 67 E. Cloudy.
Louisville 65 Clear
Mumping 2)85 .03 8.E. Llzhtraln
Nashville 2)92 CO 8. Clear.
New Orleans. 2f.b9 69 b. E. Clear.
Khreveport ZJS2 62 8. E.
VJckhbure 29 92 tl . Light rain
W. M'ELROY. Sergeant.
TnE die is cant. .Russia, has gone to
the assistance of the struggling Bclaves,
and it will go hard with her if, with the
consent and connivance of Austria and
Germany, she docs not accomplish all
that the Umpeicr Nicholas staked his
life and fortunes on when the Crimean
war Involved all Europe. If Turkey la
not dismembered, the will at least be
ehorn of the prlncipalllie?, -which very
likely will be'dlvldtd between Russia
and Austria, the latter giving np somc
T hat of he German -f p salting population
to Germany. " So far as ourlnterots
ara Involved, we cannot fall to profit by
it in the end. It will for a while derange J
our comnj?rce, and aiTec: our securities,
but our recovery from this will be rapid,
and if the war lasts through the winter,
we rojty be able to profit by It largely.
Internationally we are not concerned,
and, if all Europe should ' become in
volved, our maikets will bo sought
by all the nations plike. Yes
terday cur cotton market was for
a whilo affected unfavorably, and
the excitement on the cotton exchange
surpass sd any thi ng ever wl tnes led heroi
but bafore the closs of tha day thi9 gave
way, and tha tone and figures of the
previous day were regained. The news
of to-day will be awaited with consider
able anxiety, for wo may reasonably
hope It will be more definite as to the
putt England is going to play in this
Tboops are pouriug luto the prostrate
State. The white people of South Caro
II an are abiut to realize; what Randolph,
of this district, neeurrs us will be the
fate of the whole couth if we do not
promptly elect him and becomtRadlcals.
The district of Cainhoy, where the
whites wtr6 a few dy3 ago sj ruthless
ly slaughtered by tha blacks, instigated
thereto by Chambsrlain's decoys, is yet
unJer guard of a party of whites from
Charleston, who, it is expected, will
shortly be relieved by United States sol
dieis. The bayonet is supreme in the
pro3trate tate, whose condition com
pared with her tiater States wp treat of
on our second page at length.
Xlift Republicans Alarmed Another As
scssnicnt Upon tbe Overburdened
Special to the New YSrk World.
Washington, October 15. The
alarm which the October elections has cre
ated la the Republican party Is promptly
shown by orders for a new assessment on the
department officials here of two and one-half
percent. They have already paid ten per
cent, and there Is a good deal of growling
among this overburdened class. The comtnls
fclaner of agriculture has refused to allow any
asaessmeo tin his bureau. .More than one du
ctal he e has gone so faras to declare that "itls
weU enough to elect Governor TUden on pa
per, bat tbe Republicans would carry tbe
election for Hayes If they bad logo down Into
the treasury vaults to do It "
W. T. AVERY.
Ill Services In Echairof Tlldcn and
Hendricks nt Mnfcou'H and Ln-I
From an Occasional Correspondent of tha Ap
peals Mason, Tern., Ostober 17. I have
Just heard our friend Coloael Vm. T.
Avery make one of his telling speeches at
thl rlace, and, as 1 learn, ho and Unload Jas.
E. Ilalley spose at Somerville, the first day of
court, yesterday. Colonel Avery made au able
argument, and elaborated many things con
cerning the Iniquitous legHatlon of the Re
publican party with regard to tha finances
and other measures, rhowlng wherein the
Kadlcals bad 'eglslatcd In favorof themonop.
ol.stsandbondoolders and ageinst the tax
payers and jproducerfj of the country, and
"ostng with one of the most eloquent appeals
lor Tilden and Hendilcks tbathxs been heard
In many a div. Our star teems to grow
brighter each day. All seem lo tee the treat
necessity for reform. .NEXT.
Hon. Wiillcm T. AVciy, i 'cording to prev'
oni appoln'ment, as noticed In last week's
Monitor, made hU apoearance In our town on
TueHlay last, and delivered a forcible argu
mentation and enthns.aitlc speech for Tllden
and Hendricks, In iront of Grange Hall, on
MahiFt-eet, to a very attentive and apprecia
tive audlenco Colonel Avery Is doing valua
ble service In the cause of Democracy and re
form. Ho lias ton none of his wonted ardor
and enthusiasm, and his many friends hero
cirapllmected utt effort of an bour and a
quarter ai one of the be it of his life. Hti left
here at five o'clock on his way to his appoint
ments in Hardeman county. He speaki again
In Eomervhle, In this county, on Monday
next, and It being the opening day of our clr
rait court, bo will have a large audience of
the friends ol reform, who wlU greet him with
an enthusiastic welcome.
the sroDE.vra rejoice.
11 as BnlHln-f ail IXoUtlu-r of a Pnlr
ofJUla'-Jeaiis I'nrit", tlio Inslcnla
of Democratic Victory.
From aa Occasional Correspondent of tho
Kentucky Military Institdtb,
October U The morning after Uie news of
tbe glorious blue-Jeans victory in Indians,
our battalion, Jtiued by ssveral hundred of
ournelgnbormg Democratic frlends.was mar
shalled in the collegi fquaie. The procession,
headed by a band which played the soul-stir-ring
slrcf Dlxle.tben proceeded to the hlgh
e thill In the county, and upon 1U lofty tum
mlt, which teems to kiss the bright blue sky,
we erected a pole whose top towers one hun
dred feet abovo the ground A pair of blue
'eans breeches, emblematic of the Indiana
victory, and a Hag blazing with the Immortal
names of Hideo, and Hendricks were then
lioisfd. Major Robert II. Wlldberrer deliv
ered an eloquent and patriotic address. He
poke at length of ihe co-rapt,
lnfamo-v, and tyranical rule of the Radical
party, and closed with .a panegyric on the ex
cellence of Tilden an-t Hundrlck", the beauty
and forro of which brought from tbe audi
ence men demonstrations of applause that
the hills and va leys were made to ring with
a grand and glurlous Jubilee. Heveral other
fptecne-i werema o by cadet,", who acquitted
themselves and the Democratic party with
grestcivdit. After tae peaking the crowd
retired to a neighboring grove, wliero the la
dles had p-epared a delirious dinner, con
sisting ct everylt'zu pleasing to the eye and
agreeable to tit; table Wneu dinner was
finished a vole was taken o determine tbe
poll lesof the crowd. The result was three
hundred and twenty-two for Tilden and
Her.ib.loba and one for Hayes and "Vheeler.
'fwafesald that the Hayes and Wheeler man
was an cx-convlct. Ihe enthurlaMn of tbe
people on this occasion is common through
out the Stale. The ICtnluckiaus mean to
make au honest, but resolute, effort. Awake,
Tennessee, and follow their example.
WAE AT LIST.
Russia, la a Circular Note, Notifies En.
rope that In the Interest f Banian
ity She Is Bound to Send Troops
Austria and Germany TJaderstaHi! and
Indorse Russia The TSIck Man's
DajB Kambercd Tie Partition
of Tsrkej a Fixed Fact.
Effect of the Heirs on the Money Mar
bets of the World Bapld Decline la
SecarlUes-NeTr York TerriMj"
Rnssia jprparlnr for Bapld Trans
portation of Troops.
VIENNA, October 18. It Is stated that a
convention has been concluded by Russia
with the Roumanian railway companies, by
which the latter engage to nko ui cMittons
fur tha transporting of troops at the rate of at
least twenty-five thousand dally.
War Considered Unavoidable.
"ESTH, October IS. Intelligence from Vi
enna states that England considers all diplo
matic acUon at Constantinople at an end, and
this statement has produced a very gloomy
feeling here, 88 war Is now considered to be
Advices from Bucharest state that an agree
ment has been concluded between RoumaDla
and Rur la for placing the Roumanian troops
under Rus-tan ofQcers In case of war.
A correspondent telegraphs an account of
an Interview with Restics, the Servian prime
minister, In which the latter stated' that the
resumption ol hostilities, In which Russia
will participate, is certain.
Bnssla Calling Home Her War'JHn'erlal
LONDON, October 18. Correspondents at
different points telegraph ps follows: "All
Knsslaus in Paris under the age of forty have
been ordered home. The new Russian Iran.
clad Peter tbo Great Is to leave Immediately
iur iuu JieuucrrHueau.
Uussta Tecl.s Bonnil to Act In tbe In
terest of JInraanlty. '
LONDON, October 18. Russia has Issued a
circular note, announcing that in tbo Interest
of humanity she feels bound to march troops
Into Bulgaria and Armenia, There are eighty
two thousand men at the camp of Bender and
sixty-four thousand around Tlflls. Austria's
eastern policy will conform to that of Russia
BanurMl Agreement Between Rnssia
nnd Roamanla Contradicted.
LONDON. October 18. The renort la contra
dicted this morning that an agreement had
oeen enierea into Deiween Russia and rou
mania that tho lattershould furnish a contin
gent In cse of war. Germany proposes to
submit to tho next parliament the propriety
of largely Increasing her silver coinage, on
tbe ground that the present amount In circu
lation is Insufficient.
Effect of tbo War News on tbe London
LONDON.Oct ober 18, 12 -SO p.m. At this hour
the stock exchange is greatly excited. It Is
almost Impossible to give-accurate quotations
and Rorsian securities have declined 7d,
making a fall of nearly L0d within a week.
The war between Eurda and Turkey Is con
tldered rs already begun, and it Is generally
believed that o.her poweis will become In
volved. A commercial and financial crisis In
Russia, and the consequent heavy fall In Rus
sian exchange, adds to the confusion.
1 pjn The funded loan only and American
f to.'ks are much dealt ln,and they feel the In
fluence ol the pervading denresslon, and are
now quoted at ;iOltl During the after
noon stocks rallied slightly, but at the official
close were pgaln flat. The market declined to
the last moment and the final quotations at
five o'elocs: were atout the lowest of the day.
Tbe Effect on Otber Markets.
PARIS, October 18. The bourse this even
ing has been much agitated throughout, and
all the stocks clcsed at the lowest.
VIENNA, October 18 There wps an Impor
tant fall in government; stocks"tc-aay,Jind a
sharp rls3 In exchange and bullion. The
mantel has characterized to-day's bourse.
BEBLIN, October 18. On the bourse to-day
Russian securities fell six per cent., Hungari
an three per cent , and Austrian about two
and a half per cent. All other International
stocks likewise suffered considerably. An
Imperial decree Is published to-day summon
ing parliament to meet October SOth.
Opinions of tbo London "Press.
LONDON. October 18. The t?to&ssavs that a
completa panlo prevails on the stock ex
change. The news of Russia's apparent de
termination tD make war upon Turkey has
confirmed the fears which for several days
has depressed the market, and culminated to
day in an Indiscriminate nrcnure of the sale
of all descriptions of stock, not only by spec
ulators stimulating pauic rears, Dut Dy oona
" Hide' holders or securitlt"-, especially foreign.
There was at tbe opening a further serious
decline In quotations, and It was difficult to
Obtain the prices at which bargains could be
effected, the fluctuations being so great, and
tbe frequent changes Included a reduction of
Ave per cent , in Hungarian, one and a quarter
per cent, in Turkish, two per cent. In Egyp
tian, three per cent. In Italian, and a lers but
considerable decline In all stocks.
The Timet cdltoilaUy says: "The hopes we
have so anxiously cherished most, we fear, at
length be abandoned, an4,we must recognize
the fact that negotiations are practlsaliyi at
an end, and that the two belligerents, now
face to face in European Turkey, must be left
to the consequences of their fate. Another
twenty four hours has broughtno relief to the
Ususion under which we were laboring, an
events on the Danube are evidently moving
too fast to be arrested by the slow progress of
even telegraphic diplomacy."
The Daily Telegraph, In a! leading article,
sys: "England, much as she loves and de
Blres peace, mnst wage war from end to end
of the world ratner than permit the Russian
flag to be hoisted at Constantinople. Lord
Derby Justly aald that for .British interest
the eastern question centered In Con
stantinople, ana we hold It clear to all sensi
ble Englishmen that-at the first overt Inva
sion of Turkish territory tbe British fleet,
with the assent of tae sultan, should most as
suredly cast .anchor In the Golden Horn.
Those to whom suco a step might appear like
"help for the Turks may take comfort, for; It
would be simply an act vital to British se
curity and accomplished In the name of and
for the protection ol British rights. If It were
not done Asia, from Scutari to Shanghai,
Vrouia Know ana proclaim immediately that
we hall abdicated the sceptre of the eait, and
that commerce all along our Oriental lives
wonld live at the mercy of a future blaos, soa
LONDON, October 19,-The Timet, In a lead,
er, says it is stated that orders have been
given by the war office to the commander-ln-cnlcftohold
three army corps In readiness
for Immediate dlspa.cblto the Mediterranean.
Also, that plans for. the defense of Constanti
nople, prepared by tbe royal engineers, have
been f orwaidrd to the sdmlral commanding
the British fleet at Baskl bay. Also, that
there Is nothing but what Is ordinary
and necessary In calling the cabinet
together. At such an emergency It will only be
cooimon sense to await the results of the
deliberations before giving credence to less
authentic statements. No such measures as
those reported can be taken without con
sideration of tne cabinet, and the first coun
cil since e entt teok their pres
ent anxious turn will be held
to-day for the purposes of action at sea. Wo
are as near the seat of probable disturbances
as any other power. Much more must happen
before the English Interests are menaced so as
to call for an Immediate interference. It
Is not to be denied that great danger
might arise. We must be prepared to defend
all the points threatened with, danger. Bat
Turkey will not preclplt&te such measures.
Neither parliament nor the country would
ever hear of going to war In behalf of Tur
key. She had her opportunities, and has
thrown them awsy. It would be criminal
folly to expend the smallest amount of Eng
lish bloc 1 or tieasure In her tnpport-
Tha Timet telegram from Belegrade says that
the Kurslans state that a European war wUl
not begin until early In the spring when, If
necessary, Hnssla will be prepared to do
sometaing In the direction of India.
Tbo Sew York Post's Views from a
NEW YORK, October 18. The Evening
Toil, speaking of tbe war prospects In Its
financial column, says: Looking over the
whole situation, however, It Is Impossible to
come to any ot net conclusion than that war,
even If It Is confined to Russia and Turkey,
which is hardly among tbe possibilities, will
be all that Is needed to thoroughly awaken
the dormant Industries of this country, it
gives us a degree of profitable activity In
every branch ot business snch as has not been
seen for many years. So lar as the price of
gold Is affected by tbe foreign trade move
ment, It must be borne in mind that ss re
spects breadstnffs one of the great sources of
supply for wheat will be cut off, a good port
of the wheat which supplies the world com
ing from Russia; that there will be an enor
mous demand for our breadstuff's and pro
visions, in fact, all food products; that there
will also be a great demand for coarse manu
factures, and particularly for everything that
comes under the head of war supplies; that
this will directly help transportation lines of
all kinds, and will Indirectly stimulate every
branch of Industry. It must not be forgotten
that at least a part ot what our exports will
gain In this way will be lost on cotton, of
which we have an enormous crop this year.
Whether the domestic ccnsumpUon of cotton
can be Increased so as to compensate for
wbaUverieduct on there may be in the for
eign demand Is another question.
Unparalleled Scenes In tbe Sew York
NEW YORK, October 18. The scenes In the
gold room this morning have not bad a paral
lel for years. At the opening the operators
began to rush wildly to the ring, and for the
first Ave minutes gold ran up rapidly amid
tbe greatest excitement, it had opened at
HOJi, but before the Arst minute had passed
It bad risen by per cent, advances to 110K,
when It sprang suddenly to 1IL During tne
next minute the price reached 112, and shouts
of excitement ran. out long and loud. The
price then rose J4 at a Jump, and during the
next minute It had reached IH'J The rates
then began to recede slightly, and the shouts
became shrieks on one side to bring the rates
farther down and on tbe otber to .keep them
np. For the next two hours the rates vibrated
by K between 112Jf and 113, alternately going
np and down. Every- time the rate manifested
a downward tendency the shrieks would be
come louder. The Indicator continued to
change almost with the rapidity of lightning;
Alter the rate bad fallen below1 113.
no effort on the part of the bulls could get It
up again, and the excitement began to abater
wnen It was found nothing could rate beyond
lllJi. since one o'clock gold has settled to
about IUaUIK per cent, not because the
war feeling has subsided, but because the ex
treme excitement lu the gold room was not
Justified by anything that had yet occurred In
tbe markets on either side. Kumon'snows
agency furnished the following five-o'clock
London dispatch: "American bonds unset
tied and Irregular, owing to waf rumors, oc
casioned by The continental dlspntchet) and
upon New York sales. New fives, 105, with .
aates at mat ngure; newiunaea iour-anu-a-balf
per cents at par; consols, money and on
account, 83391; Erie, on street, 10. In for
eign exchange there was an advance of U per
cent. In rates for starting bills. In the stock
exchange United States bonds advanced
per cent., and stocks of all kinds advanced.
Amid the excited .purchases a rise rang
ing from to e per cent- was being
interpreted to mean great activity In railroad
business and general trade. A prominent
grain merchant, when questioned by the re
porter of theAtf In regard to the probable
effect of a European war upon tbe market for
American breadstuff, replied that definite
predictions could be obtained only from mer
chants who bed been but a short time in tbe
business; the older he grew the more Ignorant
be became concerning tbe future. A tele
graphic dispatch received at the produce ex
change from Chicago aajs that the people are
crary over the excitement produced- by the
sudden rise In wheat In that city. At tho
close of 'change yesterday the price of wheat
was f I 10, and soon 'afterward It advanced Jc.
At eleven o'clock In the forenoon to-day me
excited, on account of war rumors, and espe
daily of a decline In consols, which opened to
day at 7 1-16 below yesterday's a notations, and
suddenly went lower. It Is asserted that
we speculative element is msajug aii tue
changes. Cola shared the advance only sight
ly ; cotton went down 1-320.
War Ramors In New York,
NEW YORK, October 18. The Evening Pott
has the following: The wa'llke rumors from
the east, with a possibility that the European
powers may necome invoivea in xurKeys
troub e. had a marked effect on Wall street
and In the merchandise market this morn
ing, all having been thrown Into the greatest
excitement. In the gold room the scene has
been without parallel for yean, BoUtrons
and excited brokei s bid for any .amount at al
most any price, and purchaser; which opened
at I101C rnoldlv carried the nrlce un to 113. ..
Yesterday morning gold opened at 1C9), to
uiatin two aays tne price auvanceu iuii i
per cut. So large an advance in so short a
time has not occurred since the creat Danlo of
1S73. From H3X there was a fall to 11 IK, and
prices has remained.
CHICAGO. October 18. There was Intense
excitement on 'change for a portion of the
day and the anxiety to learn tho war news
from tee esst increased continually until the
clore. November wheat advanced Irom 81
at the close last night, to tl 17, with very little
reaction, but from that point receded quickly
toll lt and fluctuated violently until the
cioze, wnen it wrs strong. Ranny & incies,
one of the oldest houses In the
grain business. who have always
uuua a targe uanaaian Dullness, iauea to-aay.
xneiruanuiucs are not yet Known, xne uusi
ness transacted to-day has been the heaviest
for a long time, perhaps since the Franco
Prurslan war. It Is stated by gcxl Judges that
the transactions for Novemoer option alone,
were twe-.ty miUlon bushels. Cash wheat is
at present held in strong handx, and Is vir
tually cornered here, though prices maintain
their proportion. Ihe developments of-the
coming weea are anxiously awanea
France will Stand Oil.
PARIS, October 18. All the evening papers
declare that If the peace of Europe is dis
turbed France will vigorously observe a policy
Tbe British Fleet Kept In Hand,
HALIFAX, October 18. -The British fleet
has been ordered to remain until further or
ders, Instead of proceeding to tho West Indies
lor ice winter as usual,
Tbe Question of tbe Recognition of Ne
gro Masons Decided Adverse to
Columbus. October 18. In tho Ma-
some grand lodge to dav. a very earnest dls
cusslon was held on the point of order relative
10 tne recognition oi tne colored Mesonlc
grand icage orunlo. The qnestlon cf their re
cognition was presented istt year, and laid
over until this session. To day tbe committee
on Jurisprudence reportttLthe mat er back,
wiw a resolution recommenaing mo.recogm
tlon of the colored grand lodge, A point of
oruer was men mane mat unaer tne constitu
tion ot the grand Iclge, those resolutions
were not In order, except aaan amendment to
tbe constitution lt'elf. The grand master
overruled the point of order, and held that
tne resoiuuoDg were in oruer. An appeal was
taken from this decision, and was sustained
by the grand lodge.there being about seventv-
flv&OiaJorlty In favor of: the appeal. The
present grana omceis were all re-elected,
Columbus was chosen as the place for the
THE BROWNSVILLE DEMOCRACY.
A Good Han Indorsed by a Nomination
by Acclamation Hon. John S.
Bond for tbe Legislature.
From an Occasions! Correspondent of
Brownsville, October 17. The
county Democratic convention which met
here yesterday was one of the largest ever
held in the history of Hay wocd county. The
delegate each and all, were enthnslasflc to
carry the county against the Radical candi
date (A. A. Freeman), and, hence, took great
pains to select a popular, able and gallant
standard-bearer of their party; and well and
truly did they hit the nail on the head when
Hon. John R. Bond was nominated by accla
mation. Amidst demonstrations or enthusi
asm Mr. Bond came forward and made a
most telling and effective speech, In which he
stated that ho stood squarely upon the State
platform of the Democratic party, and wonld
daring tho canvass uncompromisingly proclaim-
and defend its principles. Gieat en
thusiasm was manifested, ana his election is
asmred. He was a member of the geueral as
sembly of 1S73. VOTER.
KECEKT RADICAL PRANKS.
Are tbe Republican Nominees Repre
sentative Men of tbat Party, or
Only Sllk-Stocklng Place
Hunters? Editors Appeal In a spirit of fair
ness a Republican wishe-s, in the columns of
your paper, to say a few words to those ot
your readers who belong to the same great po
litical party he docs, In reference to the per
tonnelol the gentlemen who compose the Re
publican ticket, and also to dlscuas the con
vention which nominated Mr. Randolph, and
the star chamber of the executive committee
'which hatched the legislative ticket
Will you give him a hearing ?
It will be remembered Judge Lewis received
forty-nine votes of-the previous convention.
He was nominated. Mr. Randolph, General
tamlth, a. S. Garrett, Colonel Eaton, Mr. Kcrt
recht, Ed Shaw and the entire Federal ring
charged that theto forty-nine delegates had
been selected and corrupted, and packed by
Judge Lewis, and declared on 'that account
they would not vote for him. -These state
ments were made both publlcty and privately,
and b. cause of them Judge Lewis was com
pelled to withdraw, notwithstanding lie was
the choice of nine out of every ten Republi
cans In the district. The community ac l,.rge
were Impressed with the idea that a convolu
tion to corrupt and easily packed was unfit
to make a nomination. A few Republicans
understood the cry. Tbe Federal oince-aoldeis
had fallen out with J udte Lewis. His election
or candidacy meant a new deal all round,
and that every Republican was to have an
equal chance under Hayes's administration.
But Lewis withdraws, and the convention but
o recently qorrupt and packed, Is assembled
In hot haste, and Mr. Randolph nominated
for congress. This Is eminently satisfactory
to the ring, and means their retention In of
fice, and with them now the convention is
the exponent of the Republican party. What
rule of arithmetic Is used to demonstrate that
forty-nine corrupt vagabonds (so-called)
when they voted for Lewis are honest repre
sentative Republicans when they vote for
Randolph? There Is a cat under this meal
tub with claws tD scratch everybody except
the ring. The star chamber proceed
ings are almost too absurd for
dUcnssion. Hamilton and Thompeou aro the
only representative Republicans nominated;
the rest of the ticket have no sympathy In
common with the poor people, white or color
ed.and with tbe exception of Etheridge.are for
high taxation; believe In property qualifica
tion for the voter; favor the dog law; opposo
the mechanic's Hen law; tavor paying state
debt, principal and Interest, according to the
letter of the bonds, and have always oeen too
respectable to Intermingle with the ma sse s of
the party. No objection Is Interposed to the
personal character of any of these gentlemen.
They are objectionable for their views, and
because not a score of men nominated tuem,
In a dark-lantern meeting. There Is not among
them a Union roldler, yet tbere are thousands
in the county ; and these gentlemen, too, were
pbyslcaUy sole to have borne arms -In
that glorious cause. Doing so wonld
have shown their devotion to It, There
Is not a Confederate toldler among them,
but there are true and tried Rapublicann of
tbat class In our county. Neither an irish
man nor a German In fact, no foreigner Is ou
tbe ticket. It Is quits representative of the
American Alliance, composed, ss It Is, of old
knownothlnis and slaveh' lders. The com
mittee did manage to put on one colored man
The ratio of representation Is reverted, being
one for seven thousand colored voters, ana
seven for one thousand white voters. But it
lj a splendid ticket of ambition statesmen,
and In that respect quite representative. The
masses do not entnuse They are foolish
enough to prefer a ticket nominated by an
old fashioned convention. In which every
voter h a voice. If this Federal ring mean
good faith to the voters, let their executive
committee call a mss convention at tho
Operauouse, and then It can be easily ascer
tained who are the choice of tbe Republicans
of this county for the legislature and for con
rres.i. Will It bedo.e?
THE BOY IN BLUE.
All Quiet at Cniuhoy Under a Guard of
White Citizens from Charleston.
United States Troops MoTlng to tbe
. Sceno of Trouble More Troop3
from the North.
Charleston, October 18 All has
been quiet to-day at Calnhoy. A small force
of armed citizens from Charleston remain In
tbo village, the residents fearing that If this
guard Is withdrawn' their homes will be fired.
News was received to-night that a company
of United States troops are on their way from
Columbia to Calnhoy, causes great satlsfao
tlon. The President's proclamation causes no
excitement, and little comment here.
ORT MONROE, October 18 -General Barry
received telegraphic Instructions from Wash
ington this morning to send four companies
of artillery from this post at once to Colum
bia, tsoutn Carolina, to report to aisjor-uenerai
linger, commanuing mat uspariment.
PROVIDENCE, October 18.-Battery B, of
tbe first united utates artillery, ana ten men
irowmuoi jw,iw nnuiijuuuu, u.tn id-
bTa, uta uSrunuTi. -
Tbe Official Vote for Governor nnd Con
for Governor, 5119.
INDIANAPOLIS, Octobea 18. The official
majorities on the congressional vote are as
Demonratlc-Flrst dlstr.'ct, 15u3; second, 5153;
third, 459; twelfth, 6333.
Recnbllcan- Fourth. 312: fifth. 1503: Sixth.
276; seventh, 1398; eighth, 1160; ninth. 1418;
tenth, 1148; eieventn, hh; miri3enin,a--a.
The Independent vote lor congress Is as fol
lows; First .district, 1210; second. Oil; third,
1031; fourth, 378; fifth 9; sixth, 816- -eventh,
1595;elghth,4701;nlnth,3319:tenth,2 ; twelfth,
bid; tnirtcentn, iss.
Tne aggregate voto on the 8tatetlcUet Is 433,
103.ofwhlcu Williams received 213.038: Har
rison. 207.975: Harrlneton, IndeDendenl 12 12-3.
Williams's majority over Harmon, 5119. The
largest Independent vote cast was for ..sew
som. candidate for State treasurer. 15.495.
The legislature staudst House Republicans
53; "Democrats, 45; Independents, 2. Senate
Republicans. 23; Democrats, 25; Independ
Slttlng-Bnll In Want of Ammnnltlon
in Preparation for Another Boat
with tbe American Army
Washington. Oatober 18 The com
mlssionerol Indian affairs to-day received a
letter from Indian Agent Mitchell, dated at
Fort Peck, Montana, September 25tb, convey
ing the Intelligence that Sitting-Bull asks
permission for his warriors to come into that
agency to trade for ammunition. The letter
says that Llttle-Buck-Flk, an Uncapapa and
chief of the toldtei.V band, arrived on the
oenlng of the twentv. third ultimo, six days
out flbni Sitting-Bull's camp, and bearing the
application ot laiiiing-tsuii. t
CHEYENNK, October 18. Almo-it every
hour brings news of new depredations by the
Indians upon the ranchemen located west
and uoith of the Chus. On Sunday last Roffey
&. CInnv's train, near Laramie peak, was run
down 10 Kenti, on tbe Laramie river. A saddle-banket
and vest, belonging to Sul
livan, of tbe Independent volunteers, wes
found near that pla, pnd he is probably
killed. Frank Sprayer w?s attacked Monday
on bis reuche at Old'Mill, nesr Laramie peak.
He fought the lneMans nearly the whole day,
kl'ling two. Thev burned his hay andranche,
and run off all of his stock. He escaped bare-
re o tea toULorge's ran cue, on Kicnara crees,
before the Indians fired the bushel In which
he had bton ionce?lcd.
Keir, who arrived at the IChug to-day, saw
an Indian camp within two miles ol eearlsht's
ranche, and men and ammunition left here
on his order to-day. A large body of Indians
are encamp d at me head of tbe North Lara
mic. flitv mil: i distant from Fort Laramie;
Tho Dartv of volunteers who went out in
search of Oiperfelter and the mall carrier
from Laramie City, who wasdue at the change
.uonuay nigur,reiumeu to mat piaceto-nignt,
having discovered no trace of the missing
Tbe Democrats Concedo tbe State by
from Four to Six Tbonsand Major
ityBut November will. Re
DEMOCRATIC STATE COMMITTEE,)
Columbus, October 13, 1876.
Hon. A. R. Ho wltt. Chairman:
With an increased vote of over thirty
thousand since last year, the Republicans
claim this State by a mpjorlty or sixty-five
hundred. We concede four to six thousand.
Twelve Republicans, probably, and eight De
mocrats certainly eieciza to congress. uo
Prohibition vote was cast eolldlv for Barnes.
I have nosltlve evidence of a most lavish an 1
and corrnpt use of money by the Republicans
In the purchase of votes. Our people are not
discouraged, but go into the presidential ngnt
inn oi connaence.
JOHN G. THOSiPBO,.cnaiiman.
Democratic Claims in Oblo.
Nnw York Trlbuno.l
Columbus, October 15.-John G. Thompson
has called a meeting of the central commit
tee, to meet In this city on Wednesday. The
Democrats claim that the' Prohibitionists
abandoned their candidate, and voted for
Barnes U 3t Tuesday, but that; in .the Novem
ber election there will be no question at lesue
which will cacse them to leave their own can
didate and vote for Hayes. Colonel Thomp
son claims that Governor Tilden will carry
JMow Yorit, new Jersey, Connecticut, uregon,
California, Indians, and Wisconsin.
Tbe Democracy Determined to Re-
COLVMBU3. October 18. The Democratic
Etate central committee and a number of
prominent Democrats met In council here to
day. A number of speeches of the most hope
ful character was made, and a determination
reached to renew the contest In Oblo with all
possible vigor and to work with the Idea of
carrying the State. The State committee will
to-morrow lssuo an address congratulating
the Democracy on the gallant flzht they have
made, urclug them to renewed efforts, and
stating that if the Democracy do their whole
dnty the State can be carried for Tilden in No
vember. POLITICS IN LAUDERDALE.
Dlsorgaulzers nnd Demagogues bave
no Place In tbe Esteem of tbe
Konest Yeomanry of Lan
derdale. Character and Effect of tbe Speech De.
llverecl at ltlpley, on Ionday,
by Kovernor Porter -tbocr-ful
From an Occasional Correspondent of the
Kipley, October 16 This has b?en a
gala day with the Democrats of Lauderdale.
Our county convention met to-day for the
purpose or nominating a Democratic candi
date for representative. And his excellency,
Governor James D Porter aleo fulfilled his
appointment to address our peonle. The con
vention met and organized at eleven o'clock,
after which It adjourned In order to allow the
povernor to spean. ihe courtroom w?s well
filled at the hoar appointed for the speaking,
our citizens appearing more eager to bear
Governor Porter than any speaker who has
yet visited us. His speech was listened to
with marked attention, the weaker belDg
lrequently applauded. We will not give an
outline of his speech, ss he has recently ad
dressed your citizens, and youijroaders have
had an opportunity of reading his speech In
the Appeal. We will say, however, that his
speech here was stronger, clearer and more
convincing than any of his published
speeches which bave come under onr obser
vation. Dnrlng the stay of Governor Porter
In town, he was visited by hundreds ef our
btst citizens, who gave him a cordial welcome
and assured bini ot their unwavering support.
For several days the feeling of opposition to
Governor Porter, on account of tbe coupon
payment, has been giving way, and since his
visit and speech tbe last ira-e ot it has disap
peared. ThoSe who disapproved of this meas
urrf are now satisfied that in adopting It Gov
ernor Porter was actuated by the best and
purest motive', and was trying to do what he
believed to be right. You may now set the
Democracy of Lauderdale down as almost, it
not aulte, solid for Governor Porter and tbe
tioket. After the speaking tho convention
jjaln convened, and after bomo spirited bal
lottlug conferred the nomination upon James
Oldham. Esq.. a rising and talemed vnun?
lawyer, and one of the llvest and best work
ers we navo in our party. His nomination
was receled with rounds of deafening and
enthusiastic applause from both delegates and
spectators, and will give entire satisfaction to
the people of the county. Before the conven
tion adjourned arrangements were made to
organize Tilden and Hendricks and Porter
clubs lnevery civil district. Our Democratic
friends are mere thoroughly aroused than we
have ever known tbem to be, and no effort
will be spared to bring out every voter on the
day of election. By the way, we like to have
forgotten to mention that tbe Thomasites
were to have held a convention here last Sat
urday, to nominate a candidate for tbe sen
ate, but tbe thing proved tu be a grand fizzle.'
About half a dozen Democrats and Radicals
camedownfrom Brownsville, but failed to
meet with any response from Lauderdale or
Dyer, and went home In disgust, Mr. Rag
lanii will be elected by a large majority.
Thomas Is to speak here on the twenty-tourtn,
but Kill bave a kllm crowd, unless we are
greatly mistaken. LAUDERDALE.
He Kcsificg front tbe Anti-Tammany
Committee, Preferring- tbe Suc
cessor tbe Party to an or-flce-Seeklng-
fjEW YORK. October 18. At a meet
ing of the intl-Tammany conference com
mittee this ajternoon at Irving hall, a letter
to Hon. E. B.West from Hon. John Morris
sey was read, in which he tendered his resig
nation aa a nember of the executive confer
ence committee, and also severed his connec
tion with X as a political body, stating
that he esteemed the success of the Demo
cratic ticket at the coming election as
or Infinitely greater importance than tbe suc
cess of any office-seekers' society, and that
the action of the convention last Saturday
was lnlmlctl to the interest of the Democratic
party. The feeling on receipt of this letter
was that filirrlssey should be expelled from
tbe convention. The chairman lnlormed hlra
by letter .that his resignation van
ascented with ereat measure, and It
was well rid of oao who was engaged in con
spiracies and holding secret conferences with
the enemy, epeclally with John Kelly, with
tbe view of surrendering the organization to
Tammany hall. He also stated that the body
appreciated ids sentiments in regard to the
success of the Democratic ticket, and It Is
fully understood that the treacherous course
ho had beenrmraulne was solely for the rmr.
pose of promoting his own personal alms.
I . prisoner fTantlnixI Tar ?attv Thefl
i Firm tt Calaboese and is Ciu i
Little Rock tiaselte, l'th.l
Some months since a lot of blankets
and bed clothing was stolen from one of the
Pullman sleeping-cars, while stantllng on a
siae-tracK at wainui ittape, on tne at. ixmie
Iron Mountain and Southern railway. A la
borer residing near the depot, whose name we
do not remember, was snsDected of the theft.
but as no evidence could be adduced, he was
not arrested, a tew days ago ne toia uoi-nei
Hank Boas, proprietor of tbe eating-bouse at
tbat place, tnat he intended going away, and
asked him to nrocure a free pass. The colonel
wllllnelv consented, first telllnz the man he
snonia return tne stolen property, ma con
versatlenal skill bronzht forth a confession
the thief told where the nronertvi as secreted
It was afterwaid found all right: and then, to
-iurnisn a ntungena, tne man was arreatea on
me arrival of tne train on wmcn ne iiaa in
tended to leave. That night he was placed In
the calaboose, a wldo weeden sttiicfnrtv Dar
ing the night tho prisoner bul". a fire from
loose boards, and In a lawrconieuts He entu
building was In flames. Before assistance ar
rived. Walnut Ridze was one inhabitant less
in nopuiroiont xne remains , c?o cotujts
and decently interred.
HA V ANN AH. October 18. Death fn.m v,.
LONDON. October 18. Bullion withdrawn
from the Bank of England on balanoe to-dav
aiuuumeu iu eiguty-one tnocsana pounas
BILBOA. October 18. The civil eovernor of
Biscay ns ueeu suspenuea. jpresn arrests
have been made, causing creat uneasiness.
uenerai yuesaua is expected nere.
BARCELONA, October 18. The Snanlsh
pilgrimages to Rome bave been converted In
to a carllst manifestation. The pilgrims,
upon emDaraing, cneerea ior Lion lottos.
ST JOHN. N. B October 18. The Quebec
train yesterday arrived six hours and a half
laie. Deing aetainea Dy a snow-storm in tbe
north, where two feet of snow covered the
tracs in some places.
PHILADELPHIA. October 18. The eocletv
or tne uincinnati commemorated to-aayiuo
surrender of Cornwallls, and very many of Its
members from other States were present to
participate in me ceieorauon.
HAVANA. October 18. Very heavy saualls
ana rains nave ueen in progress nere since
yesterday, and the wind Is Increasing and tbe
oarometer tailing rapiaiy. ana it is probable
that a hurricane will vlult this section to
NEW YORK. October 18. Fernando Wood
W8S nominated for congress by the ninth con.
grc?slonel district (Tammany) convention
this evening. Abrams S. Hewitt received tbe
Tammany nomination for congress from, the
ten in eustnet.
. PHILADELPHIA, October 18. The annual
meeting oi tne Pennsylvania women's sui
frage association was begun this morning at
St. George's hall, southwest corner of Thlr-
tesntn ana Area streets, Jiisi Mary ureen oc
oupylng the chair.
SAN FRANCISCO. October 18. A dispatch
from Yuma. Arizona, savs that the eround
wlLLbe bio sen this afternoon on both sides of
me uoioraao river, and all approacnes to tne
river on either side win be graded at once for
me j.exas i-acuic railroad.
RICHMOND.-October 18. Geortre Smoot.
white, and Isaac Howell, colored, wore killed,
and Ben Ford, colored, fatally lntured bv an
explosion of four boilers yesterday nt the Car-
uuu xi m coai mines, in uoocniona county,
fourteen miles from Richmond, Virginia,
COLUMBUS. October 18. The Centennial
managers have appointed the twenty-sixth
Instant as the Ohio day at the Centennial. It
Is understood that Governor Haves has ac
cepted an Invitation to be present, and will
nuiu a reception at me unio neaaquaners.
eral Jacob Zlelin, commanding the marine
corps, has been placed on the retired list, and
Lieutenant-Colonel Charles G. M'Oamley has
been appointed commander of the corps, with
the rank of brigadier-general. The change Is
to take effect November 1st.
LONDON, October 18. The Dailu Neiet has a
special from Rome announcing that the com
mittee which superintended me reception of
me Spanish pilgrims by the Pope, on Monday,
and who were principally Carltsts, refused to
admit the Spanish ambassador and his at
taches, although they were duly provided
OMAHA. NEB- October ll'.-Last fall a
prominent colored man, R. D. Curry,assaultcd
and nearly killed E. Rosewatsr, editor of the
Bee, of this city. Curry was tried and sen
tenced to four years in the penitentiary, but
was granted a new trial on a legal technicality
and to-day ra-trled.; Thejnry was out fifteen
minutes and returned a verdict of guilty.
SAVANNAH. October IS. The health offi
cer publishes a notice saying tnat absent cit
izens are cautioned and warned against re
turning to the city until official nbtlce Is giv
en that it will be safe to do so. The decrease
In the mortuary report Is encouraging, and
Indicates an early termination of the epi
demic, but It Is far from safe for the absent
BAN FRANCISCO. October 18. The rainy
season began yesterday with a considerable
iau oi rain, lasting mrougnout me aay ana
night, and threatening a continuance this
morning. Dispatches from various points in
the Interior report the storm general. Con
siderable damage Is feared to large quantities
of wheat plied In the vicinity ot railway sta
tions and rlyer landings.
BT. JOHNS. October 18. As a Quantity Of
converted steel was belncr Doured into an in
got mould, at the Vulcan steel -works In south
bt, Johns, last night, tbe mould burst, scat
tering the melted steal In every direction. A
large number of men were working In that
part of the building at the time, six of whom
were badly burned and otherwise injured,
two of them, Stephen Broderek acu Patrick
Riley, perhaps fatally.
CHICAGO. October 18. A six days pedes
trian match, for a purse of one thousand dol
lars, was arranged here to-day between Miss
Mary Marshall and MlssBertha Vonhlllern,
of Chicago, to take place In New York some
time lc No7ember. At the original trial In
ebruary Miss Marsha'l won by twe- ty-turee
mile?. Miss Vonhlllern declines to wait
again here, being dissatisfied with .he treat
ment she received at that time
WASHINGTON, October 18.-The truth an
nual rreeting of tbe Society of the Army ol
Tennessee was hold this morning at Lincoln
hall. About one hundred and twenty-five
members were present, together with a large
number of spectators. General SLerman,
president, in calling the meeting to e-rder,
said that to-day was set apart for the unveil
ing and dedication of and for unfurling a
banner from the MThereon monument.
SAN FRANCISCO, October 18. A dispatch
from a Spanish town, about thirty miles
down the coast, reports the ship Rydal Hall,
from Cardlff.and consigned to Half on, Guthrie
& Co., of this city, was wrecked near there
iostnlgbt at eight o'clock. Nino of tbehands
were lost trying to eet a shore. The balance
were taken off this morning by a whaler from
a station near by. The captain Is still on
board, he havlne refused to sten ashore. The
ship Is last In tho rocks, tbe sea breaking oyer
her and will probably soon go down.
LOUISVILLE. October 18 There Is much
excitement here over the prospects of the raoe
between Tenbioeck and Tom Ochiltree.
Harper, the owner of Tenbroeck. has author
ized Mr. Clark, nresldent of the Louisville
Jockyclub, to say that his horse will run
against ucniiiree, ton the Louisville course,
for Un thousand dollars, or any larger sum,
and Dixon and Wlmmera. owners of Belle of
Meade, telegraph to-night their willing
ness to run her against Mr. Lorrtllard's Zoo
Zoo, for two thousand five hundred dollars.
Mr.LorrUlard has been notified of Harper's
and Dixon and Wlmmera willingness to run.
If he accepts the races will take place here
EUREKA COUNCIL, No. 6 R. & 8. M. m
The stated monthly assembly ofvV
this Council wUl bo held this (THURS-HA.
DAY) evening, October 18th, at 7 o'clopk.
x.ibcuuu ui omcersana omer important bnsl
nessito transact. Transient R. and S. M.'h are
fraternally Invited to attend.
By order of A. J. WHEELER, T. I. M.
Attest: C. H. Myebs. Recorder.
X. O. O. X1.
BLUFF CITY LODGE, No. 187,
ln Odd-Fellows Hall, corner Nor'h:
court and Main streets, for the
transaction of Important business. A full at
tendance is requested.
By order MACON WEBB, N. G.
l). A. WAHDLOw. Becretary pro tern.
20 PER CERT. SAVED I
LltJUOR FLAVORS, to manufacture all
kinds ol Liquors, with all direction; r.lso
rrencb Kiavurluic Extracts, for Confec
t'Snff 5 82 a.-ater- AppIydlrecttoSAL
ING COHEN & CO., 3tf and & Cedar street, New
York. No agents, oc
HOLM AN-- MORRISON At Q Covington.
Tipton county, Tenn- on the morning of tha
18th Inst., by A. H. Kerr, D.D Mr. Wir-lJAlt
E. Hpr-MAN, of St, Louis, Mo., and Miss Hal
lie P. MotiRiKwr, of Covington.
The happy pair passed through the city yes
terday, on their way to St. Louis, their future
home, carrying with them the best wishes of
HUNTER Wednesday, October lath, at ?
P-m., Hit-tie, only child ol Cnarles WV u-l
Mdry A. Hunter, aged 2 years and 22 days.
Funeral from the residence. No. 5 Poplar
street, this (THURSDAY) afternoon, October
19th, at 3 o'clock. Friends of the family are
invited to attend.
Green Watson Reed.
Died, at the residence of bis father, near
ColllervlUe, Shelby county, Tenn., of typhoid
fever, on October 7, 1878, Greek Watsoj
Reed, aged 49 years, 3 months and 22 days.
He was the son of Ira D. and Rachel Reed,
and was born In Rockingham county, N. C,
on the 15th day of June, 1827. ' He professed
chrlstlanty October 11, 1843, and recorded the
circumstance himself In the ia-nlly bible. A
short tlmo after he Joined tne Protestant
Methodist Church, and was baptized, by Im
mersion, by Elder Alson Grey. Mr. Hkkd
came t Tennessee la I860, and lived most ot
the time afttrthatdatelnSomcrvllK Fayette
90tfn?r- 110 never attached himself to any
TjM?Htli?dB8ln.lnaUoa 81161 removal to
Ullsttlate. Ontoio ctknT.nr Animst iSfM ha
urn m.rriMt tn Mica Mrf1.?.1131' 1Bat ne
lovely and estimable lady, but she died on the
26th November, 1861, and went with the death
angel to the land of the blest. Mr. Rxzs was
an earnest and devoted Christian; beloved
me service of God, and was a constant attend
ant upon divine worshp every Sabbath when
his health permitted. Ax an evidence of Ills
aevouon to me cause of Christ. It may be
mentioned that In his will he bequeathed to
the Baptist Church, at ColllervlUe, five hun
dred dollars. He was a good citizen and
neighbor, a man of warm and generous im
pulses, a faithful friend, and one beloved, hon
ored ana esieemea oynn wno Knew mm. Air.
Reed died In the triumph of a living faith In
God and a fall assurance of a blessed Immor
tality. His remains now rest pacefnlly In
the Tabernacle Jlurylna Ground, near Colller-
Colllervllle.Tenn., October 14. 1878.
W. Z. MITCHELLS
English and Classical School,
No. 298 Second Strcc 1
rr-jTE next Annual Session begins MONDAY
JL SEPT. 11th. For terms and circulars ap-
piy at me scnooi-room. . . sepa
Memphis, October 18, 1876.
rN consideration of there having boen a
slight advance In the product of Cotton
seed, acting upon the promise mode to Cotton
seed shippers and planters In our publication
of September 15th. we now announce that on
and after this date, 18 per ton wll' be paid for
an good sound seed.
MEMPHIS OIL CO.
SOUTHERN OIL WORKS.
PANOLA OIL AND FERTILIZER CO.
CITY OIL WORKS.
S. J, Camp; Scc'y and Treas. M. C. 8. Ass'n.
HON. CASEY YOUNG and Colonel W. M.
RANDOLPH, candidates for Congress,
will addreas the citizens of tho Tenth Con
gressional District of Tennessee at me lollow
lng times and places, viz:
Memphis, Assembly Hall, -Tuesday, Oot. 21th.
Grand Junction, Thursday, Oct. 26th.
Pocahontas, Friday, Oct. 27th.
Bolivar, Saturday, Oct. 28th.
ColllervlUe, Monday, Oct. 30th.
Germantown, Tuesday, Oct. 31st,
Memphis, Exchange Building, Wednesday,
Bartlett, Thursday, Nov. 2d.
Withe, Friday, Nov. 3d.
Lucy, Saturday, Nov. 4th.
Memphis, Operahouse, Monday, Nov. 6th.
At each of the above appointments, except
Memphis, the discussion will begin at 1 o'clock
p.m., and at Memphis at,7W o'clock pjn.
M. D. L. STEWART,
Chairman Democratic Ex. Com. 10th Dist.
W. J. SMITH.
Capital Authorized : : 500,000.
F. M. WHITE : :
E. P. BOLERO :
L. HANAUERof Schoolfield, Hanauer 4 Co
F. M. WHITE of F. M. White Co
M. C. PEAROE: of Pearce, Suggs A Co
J. H. M'CLELLAN. of Guy. M'CleUan iCo
HENRY WETTER of H, Wetter & Co
D. L. FERGUSON of Ferguson fc Hampson
LOUIS PODE3TAof Podesta, Malatesta Co
Standing Finance-Committee :
J. J. Busby, of J. J. Busby & Co.: Owen
Dwyer, R, P. Boiling.
Insurance upon dwellln-s nnd first-class
commercial risks taken at fair rates, and
losses paid Immediately upon adjustment.
ALL THE BMH
IS Court Street.
W. S. BRUCE & GO.
87 & 39 Monroe Street.
HAVE ON HAND AND FOR BALE a large
Top and Open Buggies, Spring Wagons,
and Farm Wagons. Also, a lull as
XJES.03Sa", 3 T 3EQ 33 Xi,
Blacksmith and Wagonmakers' Tools,
Horse Shoe Nails, Horse ana Mule
Shoes, Axle Springs, Spoke?, Tubs
and Felloes In fact any thl.ig re
qulied In the manufacture of
Carriages and Wagoiss
Have also on hand
PLOW MATEI'.IaL OF AIL K
all of which we offer to the trade at the
LOWEST MARKET RATES, and to which
we would respectfully Invito tho attention of
Dealers nnd Consumers, as ire are
Determined to Sell.
SECOND HAND VEHICLES F J3 SALE:
One 6 passenger Barouche,
Two Park Pbtotons, two Top Buggies,
At low prices.
BocHaways and Haggles taken on Storage
at SI 60 per month.
Tf S. BliUCE & CO.
A. J. LOYD.
224 Main Street,
DEALERS IN FINE
SOLID SILVER '
- AND PLATED WARE
AU of the best manufactories and of the
Xiatest JE'xtt ox33.js
Watches and Jewelry Repaired and Guar
anteed. Goods sest on appbovai.
LOYD & FUR
SDCCESS0ES TO TAYLOR, RADFOED & V.O.,
No. 369 Soat &treei9 : : Mempliis
WINSniP'8 ImprOTKl Gin. Price, 83 SO per saw. WIN8IIIP1 Hand, Herio acil
"tram Power Presses. Prices from uo to 8200. Hrooha'a Press,
Oam-Reltlnz on hnml.
MIFF'S IASTJCSIS ffEJLTa: SXslPTOBf S&fc.
ASB COTTON FACTORS,
L E SMITH, MtfBs BRiMOH GFFIOB, 361 FRONT ST., HEM
yvKDERS FILLED BY UUVT FACTORY
J the Revolving: Head flfn a valuable
IV. B. ALBREiTH.
II 11 PI fftylUietfy
General igents for the Champion -Ho tf on Gin p.nd Huller.
K. L. COCHIiAK
(gncctssorg to M. E. and J. W.
53 2Ji&&&&$ iSA&a.
Blinds dad all kiivls of Packing Boxes,
fSer faiMi "jSTiss d .frtot ol Washington &treei
Sslesrosin i 1 HoT-wl'a Hew. Saw Mills in Navj Yard.
AJ-arnTS have on Iranrt n e!iol?a lot or FIoo Insr, Ceiling, Riding, Lattice rramins
Pence and Drcsaed Lumber, Itonh and Dresnetl inesete, Cedar Pewts, 1 slt-j
Nhlna:IN. Donr and Window frames. Monl(iln;tri, Etc.
Wines aad ILicmors
Kentucky and iennessee
BB SBKEESL 80MMISM0N IBRCSlffi
Mo. 266 IPront street,
1876 1 F'esO.X
HILL & MITCHELL,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IS
MM, WflJSEf AD CHILBPN'S HATS
233 71 Sx., Mem igTa 1
Formerly of Ralph r- ormeley & Co,
(SUCCESSORS TO EALFH W ORMELEY A CO.),
STo. S8g Wvont street, corner Uisioii.
ulanufUcttire 1 ...id o . oy seu m lsss lnaa lea aa73 worK-
iilMson Sroihei's, ItGxpMs? Tens.
CPStaid for C-Yculars 2nd Price lista
KeftdwLat Is said ot tne 'C. V. C." by those who have fully tested It:
Fsiabs Poiut, Missisairpi, July 29, 1375.
Messes. ALiasoi Brothers, Me rphis, Tenn.:
Gentlemen I have, during the past season, had In successful operaMou the " C. C. C '
purchased of you. I am greatly pleased with It, end conMdeur It an absolutely Inllspensab;
machine In every gin-house. All Its claims have been fully sustained, and 1 think yem ha-.
not. In the least, exaggerated itx merits. It certainly takes all the dust and dirt out of eottoc .
tpnvlne- It in a beautlfm condition for tbe work of the irlns1. Its ruohl apparent benefit Is. c
course, upon the lower grades, but 1 believe It
eon enenrstas we;1 naittaiiwfc pic&mns. mmr.
J. C NEELI.
Brooks, Neely & Co.
WHOLESALE BROGEBS, SOTTON FACTORS
AND COSV1MISSIOW MERCHANTS,
867 FRONT ImJEJ? 3&7
BETWEEN UNION AND GAI0S0, HE3IPJII3.
3VT. O. DEoaroo.
fj .mm m nnit AM
3o. 258 JFront Street,
WHOLESALE 6R0CER5, COTT
Particular attention paid to the sale ol Cotton.
CALL AT OUK OFP1CK AND BE'
'mprovement before buylnz.
HAMI. A. HATCHKK.
OCHRAS), Manufacturers of
- 1? Via&!3JB ZffW&QWf
of IMreet Izaposrfcatioi?
OX HAND, AT
Tamos Oon nor
"Tirsbdo 1 176
WALTER A. 600D3A5,
Formerly Secretary Planters insurance Co.
TIii Complete Cotton Cleane; ,
a iew, Valuaole and Money
making Machine to every Cotton
rouaocr or ginner, thoroughly
Temovc3 all Dust, Dm;, Sand
and light Trash from cotton be
foro ginning, aik improves tho
quality, of the lint from one to
No gin ' inse should be with-
is. -j out one of those "cleaners". It is
'e I'ght. simple, and easily adjust id
to either Horse or Steam power,
occasioning little or no i'lcreaseel
draft, is readry understood, sim
ple in operation, not liable to get
out of order, and will pay for it-
? 1 il a
will very much enhance tne quality or all cot
D. L. HILOHBRS.
II. H. If EEL ;
Xj, 33. ESiXKS"
hran & Co