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TnE Fniell of decaying vegetable matter at the intersection of Union and Front iitrceU in something billing at niht. 'Will the health autiioritiex ahatc the nuiaanceT - ' The Soiith Carolina Ke)ulilicana have dc tfriaiiMil, for the (inweiit, at leant, to put no State ticket, in the fielJ, hot to concentrate tlieir ( flurU on the electoral ticket. .:; "; GcritAL InS MTtoTEi.T nimanding on the Fu:ilie coaxt, haa received leave of ab B'noj to return to his home in New York City, where he will catt hw rote for UarGeld. X Klsa-nuN currutpondent of the New Y rk Tribune etilimataH the total apple crop of tli : country f rodneed to be not much le, in round iiumlen, than two hundred million barrel. ' I)jnriTK all annonncemenU, a well-known friend" of Senator Coukling is authority for the statement that the senator will not take the tump until after the Ohio election, if in deed tbon- r - ' - Til St. Louit Iiipublican says that the Nevada Kenaturehip is again for pale. Mr. Aharon's term being almost out. The seat generally" conts five hundred thousand dollars, and always koos to the highest bidder. Prop". WonTKSSKjoLD sees in the alisenee of tidings from the New York Herald's Arctic steamship Jeannetie no' cause for sur prise or appreheiixion, but thinks Iter thief danger was from the floating ice immediately after its break up in June vr July. ChMiicneral M'Clellan, the Concord (X.II.) Monitor says that "Iw has aged very much 5n the past few ycan( and is not impressive in personal appearance. Any one who knew liim in the army of thel'otomac would hardly know hint to-day." ' f Thk sidewalks should have the attention ' of lh IHstrict authoritim before the arrival of the frieuds invited to join na in tlie grand revival. We mnst put our house in order for the occasion,"and, to use an old saying, 'w must put our liest foot fcirejiiost,'' TIIE it)TJEEN r In Her Sieeth ProVoruifler Parliament, that She Relies Tpoo Concert of Action in Europe In Regard t li the Eastern Qaestion The 'rf ' Afghan War." Contrratnlations on the Probable - Im proTement of the Condition of the ' Irbdt People Tldingi from Stan ; ley la Africa Chinese and Japanese Sews. Ekix, on the Memphis and Louisville rail road, is the ' great lime center. Messrs. Harris, & lluquo are the leading manuf:ic turers,"' anJ they are turning out over one thousand barrels of lime per day, and then can scarcely supply the demand. Fno,- aH tWsnrroumling comitry comes the disheartening intelligence that the con- tinued rtitng-of the past few days have in jur.'d cotton, some letters say, thirty per cent. A dispatch from Starkvillo, Mississippi,-!!! another column, rays that it is in that region sprouting in the boll. Tun Pan-Presbyterian council will con vene at Philadelphia on the twenty-third in stant. The first jiromoters of this great re ligious reunion vre Dr. Blakie, of Edin burgh university, and Ir. M'Cosh, of Prince Ion, New Jersey, and its 6rst meeting was Jield thrue years aico in Edinburgh. . - . The local Klitieal dance will soon com mence.' The pipers are tuning up. The managers who pull the strings are arranging ihe slates, and shall shortly know iu an cullioritaiive wav who the dancers are to be. Iu to-day's Appeal we publish the names of thwe wlmin rumor has it the tJreenback National, with the Kepublican, Kisses have acreed uimmi. A day or two will tell with Certainty. Tm: papers publtslied in the snrroumling country are very kindly advertising the con templated revival here on the twentieth, The Corinth Siib-SoihT advises the people in that region, to "get ready mid go," the J aekson Tribune and Bun ays the programme will amolv rcpav the visitor, ami the Winona Advance earnestly hopes "that at least several hundred merchants, famiBrs ami laborers ol Montgomery county will go on this eaxursion, and we guarantee a pleasant trip." ' JVk learn from the Nashville Ilanner that i. lL Cragg, of Louisville, Kentucky, is now iu the sooth to osecut work delegated to him by the Louisville board of trade. The Loard has pnrehaml and given to Mr. Cragg fur distribution ' among merchant in the outh fifteen hundred round-trip tickets over the Lonisville and Nashville and Great Southern railroad. The object of this liberal action on the part of the Louisville merchants is to secure the patronage of the business men south of the Ohio river. When will the Memphis, merchants combine for the lamo purpoe? ' Romk, September 7. The Vatican has asked the amnesty for four Polish priests that were banished to Siberia, and General Melikoff has promised to consider the sub ject. . - -- RUSSIA. St. Pkterhbuko, September. 7. General Skobeloff has been summoned by the' czar to I ivailia, to participate in a council of War in regard to the further prosecution of the Tekke expedition. It is understood that General Skobeloff insists upon the secessiry of punirthiug the Turcomans of Merv. i . - - -' -TURKEYr - - Londox, Septauiber 7. A Eerliu dispatch ays: Tbe'pewar have invited the Porte to order Kisa Pasha with his troops to co-operate with the .allied squadron in Turkish waters. . The Turkish newspapers have been authorized to contradict the. statement that Ilisa Pasha' has broken off negotiations with the Albanian league and is about to increase his force.' - - ' ! CENTRAL AFRICA. Lisnos, September 7 The steamer from Luanda brings the following news: The Por tugese steamer belonging to the recently e tablished Coanza company, had steanied ap the Congo to NokL two hours sail from Bibi, headquarters ti llenry M. Stanley's; expedi tion. Stanley told thecaptain of the steamer that his object waa not commerce, but to open a path for future traders. -' :-" v: ' GERMANY. . ; , -, . 'BKRl.ru, September?. Herr Beningser, the national lilieral leader, has been designated minister of the interior and vice-president of the bundesrath. ! -, - London, September 7. A Berlin corres pondent telegraphs that the furlough .of Baron Magnus, the German minister to Den mark, has been made intlefinite. The Imperial bank of Germany has or dered its Bremen and Hamburg branches to temporarily stop payments. JAPAN. Yokohoma, August l.V Political matters are almost at a standstill, and with the ex ception of memorials being frequently pre sented from various parts of the contitry for a call for a national assembly, everything is quiet. L. .. '... - '-'. Copies ol the proposou new treaties nave been sent to the foreign government agents but nothing definite is known ia regard loth vtews held by them in reference to the same. The tor lean embassy have arrived, its ob ject being to procure a revision of several clauses in tlie treaty between Japan and the t inted wtates. - The steamer Richmond. , after conveying Minister Angel and Commissioners Trascott and Swift to Tokai, returned here on ' the twelfth. An extension ef trade between Core a and Japan has necessitated an increased commu nication, and in addition to the usual line of monthlv steamers, three sailing vessels will leave Nogaaaki monthly, t V, . 5 ' FRANCE. w c PAnis. September 7. At the second ballot at Mexieres for a mamber of the department of council, Cnraux, republican, waa elected by eighteen thossaiid fiveJiundred and seven teen votes, against ten thousand for IUche, RnnsDartisL " " ' iKHails have been received t tne accident at Rascofr.-on the coast of rTniaterre; hioh Mrs. Henncssy. the American lady. Visconnt Flemy, and two natives of England, were drowned from a boat belonging to the Kussian Galitzer. .It appears that the boat was old and unseaworthy, and " the crew of two sailors miscalculated the hight of. the tide. The boat consequently beat on the rocks and was capsized. A -young -Russian with the party mAx great eflort to his companion. Mrs. Hennessy clung to a portion of Ui boat for aoiue ttas but- un timelv relaxed her hold and was drowned. The Patrie asserts that Ganibetta, presi dent of the chaiubsr of deputies, positively refuses to use his influence .with Premier De treycinet to convert him to ideas more con formable with the views of the party, of the left than those he expressed in his speech at . . . i .i ' i . . i- . : Mont jvuuan onneeiguieciivi4 niviwu. im bctta, tlie Patrie says, expresses the belief that the question of " the government's atti tude toward unauthorised congregations ea only be settled by the chamber of deputies. tie will avoid constitutions ana enaeavor to be absent front Paris when President Grevy and Premier Defreycinet return. The general bUUko! .affairs in South, Africa, tioweveri is m h whole eatisfactory except In Baiuto land, where, I trust, that a mode rate nd conciliatory policy may allay the agitation caused by the enforcement -of the disarmament act. Gentlemen of . the house of commons. I tender yon my thanks for the liberal provision you have made to meet the charges of the public service. My lords and gentlemen, L, acknowledge with thankful ness to the Almighty the happy continuance of fine weather for securing a harvest which g ires hi many places a reasonable promise of abundance. I am thus enabled to anticipate both'-J a t -further revival ? ol. trade ami aoiue . addition o tlie , revenue of the country.. . for the year, and I dwell with esoecial nleasure unon the probable ;. improvement in the condition of the people of Ireland, who have so seriously suffered from previous- failures of crops. I rejoice, also, to olwerve that, notwithstanding the .lateness of the period at which you be gan your labors, your indefatigable seal and patience have enabled you to add to the statute book some valuable laws. I reter to you settlement of long contested questions relatins to the rohtecf of tnirials, to the edit' cation, aetj and to tho act ir lietter determin ing the liability of employers; and to these I would add the act . relating to ground game, the repeal of the- malt duty, savings -bank act and poHtofhce money-order act, and the measures for bettering the condition of mer chant seamen and providing for safer carriage of grain cargoes. I trust that these measures may, under divine providence, contribute to the welfare and proKperity-of my people. Imring - the ceremony of the prorogation about sixty members of tlie house of coui inoW including Premier Gladstone, were present; of the members. of the Jiotifcof lords, besides the five royal cemnibwioDcrs, only one liberal and two conservative peers were pres ent, together with about thirty-five ladies, none of whom were peeresses. The north gallery of the house of lords was filled with ftpectatora, ' The ceremony " of prorogation lasted seventeen minute. ; Parliament was prorogued until Koveniber'24th. f - ? Stiver 62. 9-1 G pence per ounce. " The Temps says that sixty religions con gregations have signed the- letter which is proposed as a substitute for the demand for authorization, but to far only- two are con gregations of males, namely, the Oblates and irappists. It, is announced that the treaty annexing Tahiti to France was signed last June. " ON TO OKLAHOMA. A Grand Reception Given to Captain Payno at Wichita, Kansas, at which . - lie Beads what he Interprets to be a Strong indorsement of His Scheme by Hayes. t - "-'-"'.'.. Colonel J. R. Boyd, the Organizer oT the Oklahoma Tovfn Compnny, is Saugnine that Congress Will Open - - the Territory A Settlement ? . Next Winter. STAHKSVLLL.E, MISS. t wlBa- to tho Heavy Rains that Have yfyalled for Tea Days m Hnild- vtaff Falbt, iMjwrlna Two Men i -t'attOM Rained. . I " i ..' ..- .. . . Special to the Appeal.) ' Stabksviixk, September 7. On yesterday evening, while two brickmasons were at work on the second story ot the Agricultural and mechanical college, one of the arches, of a corner fell, precipitating two Of the workmen a distance of fifty-five feet to the ground and injuring them Beriously Mr. Jones, a brick mason from Keutucky, js injured for life, but the other one is not so badly injured. It will j require ' about six days to. repair the damage done the building. The damage is estimated at five or six hundred dollars. The continued rains a ia ; retarding the progress of the building very much. This is the ; eighth day of steady rain. The cot ton Is sprouting in the bo) hi,' and the farmers say h is damaged a great deal. ' - ., , Eaai-BowaMl Rallyaad Freights Restored. v fltw York, September 7. Bailroad-Com- missioher Fink furnishes the following: . . The trunk line executives in full meeting have this day agreed upon, and hereby direct, the j immediate restoration and strict maidtainance all .'east bound rates to the fill) tariff prices on ir classes" of freights, including horses, sheep, all live stock, and dressed, beef. .Tha - superintendents will so order and enforce at once, and permanently - i -1 1 . l. :: . i : t - . aim nutii Mil - HiifiprTB wxuraingiT. hereby notify you that our "companies vill not participate in -any rates billed after to day at less than -the full printed tariff, on ocean basis, as agreed upon, and will charge Through rates and proportion on our lines to correspond, and wilt not refund upon any special arrangements said to have been here, tofore made, except by voucher ' showing de tail requiring avch allowances, but vouchers will ' not be paid or allowed by us till the commissioner first examines, certifies and ap proves them. ' Such, agreement mnst be filed in the office of the commissioner immediate ly, but In no ease later' than Wednesday morning, fifteenth instant. .- - - O. B. ROBERTS, - ; ' " .Pennsylvania Railroad, i - - 11 J. fi. RL'TTER," - Mew Tfur rm tons KINO, JR., . Baltimore and Ohio. Iu J. SARGEANT, Grand Trunk. O.R. BLANCH A RD, Krie Railroad. . . WlClirrA, Ka3 September 4. The recep tion (riven to Captain D. I Payne to-night by the e'ittr.ens of Wichita, was grand and im posing. The military company ,the Garfield-and-Arthur and Hancoek-and-EuglUh clubs, and a large concourse of citizens, headed by the brass bands of the city, met the captain at the depot and escorted him to Eagle block, where he was welcomed by the mayor in a neat 'speech, to which the captain responded in good style, giving a brief history of his jrip to Fort Smith and returu, after which George M. Jackson, of St. Louis, be ing called for, rcsMnded in . happy style, saying among other things: "You may go on now with your Oklahoma boom, as you call it, with every hope' of aiicpeaa in ; the near future. You have been under the imprestdon that President Hayes was against you in, this movement, but, gentlemen, what ever he may have been at one time he is now a convert to the theory upon which we pro pose to settle this immense and beautiful public domain by education and civilization. Allow me to read an extract from his speech, delivered at Canton, Ohio, on the first, at a frand reunion of soldiers. Referring to the ndian question he said: .In the territories of the United States it is estimated that there are . . over two hundred thousand Indians, almost all of whom are uncivilized. They have heretofore been hunters and warriors, but now no one who observes the rapid progress of rail roads and settlements iu the . west cannot fail to sec that the game and ' fish on which the Indians have hitherto subsisted are about to disappear. The solution of the Indian question will speedily be either the extermination of the Indians or their absorption into American citizenship by means of the civilizing influ ences of education. With the disappearance of game there can no longer remain Indian hunters or warriors. The days of the Indi ans are drawing to a close.. . There will soon be no room for question as to the department to which the Indian will belong. In a few years all must agree that he should belong, iike every other citizen, only to himself. The time is not distant when he should be chiefly cared for by the civilizing department of the government, the bureau of education.' Now is not that the - most complete indorse ment of our "ideas " of the Indian question? We go to Oklahoma with schools, newspapers and every appliance of civilization and education, and we will say to every Indian, our schools are open and free to you ; Qome in and drink from the fountain of knowledge.- Our lands are free: come and take your homestead and be one of us, and in the language of the President the solution will be the extinction of the Indians or their absorption into American citizenship.'" ! Organising; tbefraaadii. Kansas City Times, f!th: For three weeks past : Colonel J. K. Bovd has been quietly. but energetically, perfecting the organization of the Oklahoma town company, and yester day a Times reporter sought an interview with, the famous "Plumed Knight" of the Oklahoma boom at his headquarters in the Treinont house.' The colonel was at his desk. on which lay a hindsomelv-mounted govern men map of the Indian Territory, and was surrounded by a crowd of eager lookers-on, to whom he was explaining the geographical situation and boundaries of the future capi tal of Oklohoma, Bovd la an excellent type of his olass, tlie rentiers, adventurous American, a man of fifty j or thereabout, of handsome form and stature, with whitened hair, a gray, searching eye. well cast teatures, indicating intellectual force, culture and resolution, and a genial. prepossessing manner, that iuvites to familiar social intercourse. " I am glad to welcome any one from the 1 iiuaH," lie said. the Oklahoma crusaders never Kad an abKrr ur a& Hwatwhcr advocate than the Times." CHINA.- i .-V-i lionet Kono, August 11 Mosby, United State consul at Hong Kong, waa charged, on the thirtieth of July, with committing an as sault with a spear "on an American seaman. After hearing the evidence, the magistrate cantioned Mooby and dismiiced the sum mniM. - ' -- - . - The Amiames, a steam government vessel, Kimilwl with thirtv thousand viculaof irovern- tuent rice, was captured by Chinese pirates in Sliirht shocks of earthquake are still felt at intervals in Manilla, but business ia being re sumed. The destruction of property in the citv ia estimated at six million dollars. ' " Minister Angel arrived at Tientsien on the fourth instant. Commissioners. Trascott and Swift, with the ladies of the party, remain at Chefoo for the present. 9 The news from Peking in reference to the overstrained relations between Roesia and China are very contradictory. It is reported that Ji Hong Cbong, finding himself unable longer to'oppnse the war party, ha giren his submission. - Colonel Gordas visited Pekin, but only remained two days, when- he re turned to Tientsien. The latest advices are that Chnng How has been unconditionally pardoned in deference to the wish of Russia, and that Colonel Gorda has taken his de parture for Allien, Thie is . significant, and would seem to indicate that peaceful counsels have prevailed. -, rai-ty-Sevea Thauiand Fllebed. Tomno. September 7. It has been ascer tained that E. B. Hall, whose term of office as treasurer of Lnca county has just ex pired, is a defaulter to the amount of forty seven thousand dollars. Hall was elected by the National party, and had served one term. . . . i .i . i . r . . i tn a nous to out oeputy ne auwiia ums i:i oi his defalcation, and requests him to inform his bobdsmenr Hall left tlie citrr " Farther developments in the case of E. B. HalLthe defaulting county trcasurerhowthat B has been investing tlie public funds for pnrposea of speculation, a large portion of the amount involved having been invested in a newly invented apparatus for manufactur ing gas from coal-tar, and hi the establish ment of works at various points for its' use. The comity treasurer in also the -custodian of the City funds, wtth .separate'- bonds, r It is thought the sureties are good for the deficit, whion is about fifty thousand dollars. Hall is an old resident, and baf hitherto borne an unsullied reputation. government resides in the people, and Gov ernment lands belong to the peoDle... .They are not claimed by Indians, not inhabited by Indians, for ihey were ceded mid conveyed by the Indiana to the United State in 18ti6, and congress has declared again and again that no more Indians shall be removed to the Indian Territory. Congress will open the ceded lands to the settlement nextwinter. We have pledgee of eminent senators and representatives to this effect: and I believe the entire Territory will also lie thrown open at the coming session. Mr. Hayes favors it, and only the sentimentalists nre oposed to it. If it is not done the people cannot longer be restrained by military or judicial process from settling upon the ceded lands. - '.' J THE COMPAHY PLAXS;' "' ' ;. " ' Reporter What are the plans and pur poses of 4'our organization? - . ' Boyd We have a joint stock company, duly incorporated. It represents forty thou sand shares at ten dollars per share. Every shareholder is entitled to two town lots iu Oklahoma City, and the . protection of the company in holding any "quarter section claiu) to which he may obtain rightful pos session under the homestead or pre-emption laws. This insures the claimant against the frauds of land sharks or forcible ejection by any unlawful contestant. The company also guarantees to every shareholder railroad transportation to the border of the Territory at half-fare rates. We shall go fully pre pared to build a town in the best primitive style of frontier civilization, at the . shortest possible notice. r - .,- A BIU THING. ' Tlie biggest things must have smalt begin. nings, but we nave made a good start. V have already sold five hundred shares. Tl limit is five thotwjind, and we shall sell them all within the next three months. They will be scattered over Missouri, Kansas, Arkansas, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Wisconsin and adja cent States. . They are taken mostly by men of moderate means, mechanics and working men, men seeking new homes and looking for a stake iu a new country. o want no land sharks or nabobs, no big fish to devour the little ones. We want men of strong arms, resolute purpose, sterling pluck and indomi table spirit, who represent the bone and sinew, the sturdiest elements, of the country. Yen may call them "the common herd," if you wish, but it is a mighty big herd. Keporter i see you are an enthusiast. Boyd Yes. . Enthusiasm, energy and grit are the best capital in the world. 1 would rather have it than all the wealth of Jay Gonld without it. , It is tlie creative snirit that always makes something out of nothing. It built tlie world in six days and never took a rest till the seventh. It built up Kansas City and the Kansas City Times (long life to t), and it will build (Jklahoina L-ity. '. IS COXCXU8ION.) . Reporter. One thing more. Colonel Boyd; what about Captain PavneT Bovd Payne is a splendid fellow. - I have marched with him and camped with him. He has been doiiu? a generous and self- sacrificing work, and I hope he will renp a big reward. Our scheme does not conflict with his. There is room for us all. I hope his plans will succeed. But neither Payne nor Carpenter has any connection with the Oklohoma town company. This Btands on its own merits. When we. nave sold a sufficient amount of Btock to guarantee the success of the enterprise, every stockholder will receive thirty days notice of the intended movement. We shall have several places of rendezvous, and at the appointed time every man will be present or accounted for. We ex pect to muster five thousand men, and they will be massed at Oklahoma City in spite of every obstae'e. There is a higher law than the President's proclamation, and it orders us "on to Oklahoma. Reporter One question more, is this a secret or oath-bound organization? Bovd (hesitatingly) tVelL you have got about all the secrets there are in it. But I am not George Washington, and might tell a lie. Wait and ace. And the "grey-eyed man of destiny" turned to a new circle of visitors, cast a glance at his maps and papers, and proceeded once more to "cast the horoscope" of Okla homa. ' . In a subsequent conversation, we learned that Colonel Bovd was on the eve of his de parture for Illinois. He intends to visit all the leadine cities and . towns of the western States, f com .Chicago, cast, west and -south. but says the company will be ably represented at company headquarters, Iremont bouse, where all desirable information can be ob tained and certificates of stock secured. - THE SPLIT ELECTIONEERS. V 1-mml .vfS uu'&ul The Grand Democratic.. Victory in Ar- j'ltanHas Increases" in Magnitude as' the Retnrns Come Iii The Re- 1 ' pBdlation., Aniendment Be; -. 1 - "Itere to btf Lost. "'A Tlie Republicans, of the Green Mountain State Hold their Own;, Giving the Usual : Twenty-Five Thousand , ', '. . Majority Nominations for ' Congressional Honors. .. .. " Atlanta, September 7-The Republican State convention has been excited all day try ing to determine what policy they should adopt in the present State campaign. - An effort to indorse Norwood for governor was overwhelmingly defeated, and a resolution passed declaring it inexpedient to nominate a governor or other State offioers. f . . i - . -- "' ;.; v ' . Thn Arkasnsa Election. , ;.. XJTTLE liocx, cfepteniuer 7. t'artial re tnrns' from a number of counties indicate the election of Churchill, Democrat, over Pars, wi mntod nt between furtvfund tlftv tlinlimin.l mn- ruJf IT.-r V. .i t ,1 fiir. '. X nmi tne reiunw, uu as esiiinuuMJ-i y utose . ues-iniDniifiu, u im ueiuauat' tut: urouosed constitutional amendment repudi ating certain State bonds will fail to receive a majority of all the votes cast, as required by the constitution, to insure its adoption. CongrreaMional Nomination. , ., - Concord, September 7. In the third con gressional district the. Republicans have re. nominated Evarts W. Farr.. : Lyons, N. Yn September 7. The Republi cans of the twenty-sixth district have re nominated John H. Camp for congress. ' Hartford, Conn., September 7. The Re- Jublicans of the first districthave nominated ohn R. Buck. General Hawley declined a renomination. , ! Lrrrx Rock, September 7, Rufns Kl Gar land, Greenbacker, and. a brother to United States Senator Garland, has announced him self as a candidate for congress in the second district of Arkansas. . . -. . . , staff, Brigadiet-Gexierai Bateman and staff, CIlP.lKPa LnrfnP Nfl 9Rfl K nfll and the Grand Army of the Republic as a LOUge, H0. ibU, . OT H. JLXi (Mednenday, Sth,) instead of to-morrow nii;ht, 9th, so as to enable our member and their fattiilit s to attend the Reunion of tho Order at liitival l'ark, Thursday evening and n isht. ;. J. P. I1 RESCOTT.' Reporter. '" Airs. Til. Eleanor Page ."TTTL1, resume her school for GIRLS and little V ' ROYS 011 MONDAY;, September 20, isxn, in the Vestryroom of St. Lairus Church, on Mndisou street. Cin-nlsrs may be had at the bookstores. Memphis Celebration. special escort,' and the First brigade of State militia with music, etc. The President took a' carriage drawn by six black horses, and other members of the party also took a car riage, whilci Mrs. Hayes and the ladies ac companying her kept the : train to Virginia. After making the rounds of Gold Hill, the procession went over the divide to Virginia, bringing: up at - the International hotel, on the'! balcony of , which a ' canopy - of red, white- , and blue had been prepared. From this point -the President, - Hon. Alex Ramsey, secretary of . war, General Sher man, General M'Doweli and . others of the- party 1. .reviewed - ..the- procession Mayor Stephens, of Virginia City, welcomed the President and party, and extended to them tho freedom oi tlie city. The appear ance oi the President and party on the balco ny was the signal for repeated cheers from the masses below.; ,The crowd in attendance was estimated at from five to seven thousand. The President made a short ' speech. ! The party afterward visited the. mines..-. Iu the evening Mrs. Hayes had a public reception. TILE STATE CANVASS.-.''.'..'r ;. f E nw ready with the Lnnrest and most Complete Stock of Saddlery, ITarncsa , . . !V snd Collars ever ihibitcd in this eirr, all of our own mauufactnre, and farftl-c ,i ' perior in Quality, Stvle and Finish tonoods produced in snv other market. Eiubrnred inour Btnek are a lanfe number of New Styles of SADDI.KS and BRIDLES (our own dcwijnif.) not t -bo found in Any other bouse. There is no reason why, after an experience of twenty-five .. years in the muiufvture of these goods in this city, that weeanuot supnly vonr WAntn at as , Lnw Ftirurciias New York, 8L Lonis, Cincinnati or Lonisville. Wo have' every I,h.r-KSvinr :- Machine knowa to the trsds: our hands as skillful, and onr material costs no more, and wo shall certainly be satisfied with as small prolits, as our expenses sre much lews. Knl?lit l a li(r item on common Roods, To satisfy yourselves, order a small line tf SsmnVs and emn- Kre with goods from other markets:- it not satisfactory, return at our expense. With thanks . r tha liberal- patronsge extended us, and earnestly soliciting your orders, which hhall ...j., . ., have prompt attention, we are very respectfully, . , , FERGUSOUT &:., 290 MAIN, 3rTEMlIffI. t Jon's; II ash em, Rrnabllenst, Komlnnted or t'oug-reoa In tna Neventn Iia 1 . trlet Hon. t. M. flenxins; -... aadJnd(BDtd, , Eleelora, to Take the Mnnp at an Early . uny Wriarht and Wilson at tTnlon . ' 1ty, Ymlfrday, Continue their Contest. rpo KEEPERS OP ROARniXO-norSFS AXD X CITIZENS (iENERAI.LYr The unch-rKit;iiel have been HpiMinU a oomuiitU'O toaswertrtin tlie ainnunt of accommodations wliieh can l" pnidod for the guests who will visit oh durini; Onrooming jubilee from the 21st to the '24th inat. Wo hope. mat every one who can win alii us in the work, that all may return to their homes with pleasant impressions of Memphis, We therefore request you at once tn go to ihe oftlec. of C. It. HRY AN & w., Mo. 2U Madison street, litre pnnted lutssre ready, w hich can lie filled up to imliratc the num ber you can eutertnm, whether with board or lodg ing, or both, and also the prices charged. Your early compliance will be a grunt furor to the cou. uuiiee. , c. . mil an. " '- W. H. BATKS."' ' ' ' ' EUGENE LEI DY. Signores PLANAS & ROQUETE TWO THOROPGIILY PRACTICAIj STOXE AND KKICK M ASOS, HAVE LOCATED IN THIS CITV, AXDOKFER their service to those wishing work done in their line, in the highest style of art. UoutjC" building, Stone-conilce. Mantels. Stairs, Mosaic work, etc.. a frpeeialtv. Rule, will be ix-ftsimnble. Address tXJXTIXKNTAl. itoTEIiat ff - Waqo ns At M'averly , on iflftondaj- norney . B. Ttaomaa lada a awetiril Effort v . 1 nixbu and litro ir; Tint inneral of liev. Dr. William Adams, president of the Union theological seminary, Friday morning, in the Union square I'resby imm hnrch. New York, was ono of tlie most impressive funerals ever held in that city. In the' central part of the church sat four hundred ministers, representing various religious denominations, and including the most distinfrnished pastors of Kew Yorkj and iu the body of the house were at least six hundred frray-haired men, representing the oldest and most prominent families in the city. Who now can say that piety, learning and a good life arc not as much appreciated in this so-called material age as during any of those that have preceded it? CtrJXF.L Thomas M. Jack, a leading law yer of Ualveeton, Texas,- who died there re cently, served on the staa ot ttvnerai Aioert 8idn7-Johnson, who died in his anus., lie was afterward on the stafl of (leneral Leonidas Tolk, and was by his side when that distin guished officer was killed. The Georgetown Keeord says of him: "lie was one of the noblest characters, as well aa ne pf ihe ablest lawyers, in the whole Slate. He pos sensed a most vigorons intellect; a thorough knowledge and practice of law, and was a true talesman and patriot. Ha was so gentle, kiud and tinassnniing in all his nMio ners, at enlerprUiug and generous in every day l'iie, that he was almost idolised by his many frienils." - ,', J " ' VermosT yesterday elected Rtato officers and members of congress, but the returns are so meager as to atlord no induration of the re sult.' The Republicans made a very active canvass with a view to increase, their majors hy so aa iu affect ' the . result . ia Maine on Tiiesilay mxt, but iu this there . ia - some reason . to hoie that they will lw disapointe(L lioth the IXmocrats and the Republicans had full tickets in the field, and the Grembackers a full Stat ticket and a rcpresenlativa for coo. grcss in tle tkird t district. In' 1876 the ' vote of Vermont was - Republi can 44,092; Democratic 20,254; lU-jmb-lican majority 23,8J58. ; In 1873 the Re .uMican ; candiJate for governor received 20,058 majority over. hi Democratiff com ritttr and tho Greenback candidate re- ivd 2fiC5 votL .The following waa the vohrtifths aevend congressional distric(a. f the StanOr representatives to congress in lK-gr KifVi StrictJoyce (Rep.), 12,600; Second liiHtrLl Tyler frU-p.), 12,11; lHck , U , x ri.'. .1 ' " """I tlVeli.1. nian i.-iu., iwi; arVo, WaU-r. UrMnback), . : ; ' - enqland; f - ;. Isno-s. SeDtember 7.In addition to the gold withdrawn from the Bank of England, vesterdav, fiW.OOO for shipment to the l ulled States. X40.000 was also .Uken from the open market for shipment. ",. - -. Prlimunt suNimnwnal Uxlav.' The following was her majesty's, speech, read by the royal commissioner: - ; , . THVKKN,ata,EECH.' ; My Iorwi am (tRmtais It is with satisfaction I findmyself at length en aided to release , yon ' from ' yoar arduous labors. I continue to receive assurances of a most friendly character from all the foreign powers, me rami re' ot the sublime J'orte to execute, according to it. vmraircmenfs. the - plan agreed utxio, in April last, for tlie determination of the Otto man frontier, lying toward Montenegro, has caused unfortunate delays in the settle ment of that question, and the treaty of Ber lin has not yet taken effect in other points of important which remained open jg the commencement of the session. Tlie govern ments, which were the parties to that treaty, have commumcatea to tne etiuau tneir judg ment on the means of bringing to a aatlafao tory settlement the Greek and Montenegrin frontier question, on the administrative or eanhtation of Kuropean : provincea- ol Turkey, and on the principal re forms required in Asiatic prov inces inhabited by , Americana. For the Attainment of the objects in view, I eoU4iHl o place reliance in the fact that concert of action in Europe is atill wain tained in regard to the eastern question, and that the powers who signed the Ufa of Ber lin are pressing upon the sublime Porte with all the authority which belongs to tlteir nnitfd artion measures which, in their .be lief, are best ealrnlated to insure tranquility iu the east 1 hare not been unmindful during tho few mouths whlah faaye elapsed mince 1 last addressed yon of tlia pinsidcra tion which -1 - eteted ' would.- gnide "my ,wiicT mi the northwestern frontier ol niy Indian empire. Measures havealseady been taken for the complete military evacuation ot northern Afghanistan, and some progress t,M Wn made toward nacincaUon and settlement of the country. The renewal of hostilities' by the Afchaiw - under " Avoob Xlian has rendered net-saarj further milita rv. operations in soathern , Afghanistan. frompt measnres have hcen taken oy the government of India for the relief of the garrison of Candahar, aad tha conspicuous ability and encrcv disnlaved bv mv officers and troops in the execution of these measHrea, resulting . in the brilliant victory recently gained by the gallant force under the com mand of Kir Frederick Roberta, will. I trust. speedily bring to- an honorable termination. the war in that aivisioiiof the country, i rep-ret that it has not hitherto been possible to give you such Mifonuaiiuit on tlie generaj atate of Indian bnanoes. and the rcfNMtt ssi"- rarriaires in presenting the accounts of mill lan expenditures as you would justly roiuire bctore ontering on a practical ceusiderationof the snbject Von may. however, rest assured l .h.ll mlecm mv uledire to supply you with this information at tlie arliet period 4n No advance has recently been rtaihi in Uie pro jet of a South African con fd.atioa. nor could "av aJvan(nge arise frum mlavirtf tn Dress it forward, except ill proportion to a favorable mowaitat ii aal- U opinion ia that portuin of the empire, The Veterananf tnoWire. , Cntcurs ATI, 'September 7. A permanent organisation waa effected with O. H. Booth, superintendent of division of Central Ohio, president; George M. Dngan, superintendent ol telegraph of the Chicago, St. Louis and New Orleans railroad, vice-president; John C Mattoon, operator at Cincinnati, secretary ; Frank AT Armstrong, manager of the vt ent er Union office at Cincinnati, treasurer. Persons who were in the service of the tele graph company prior to 1863 are eligible to membership. (Aminiittees were appointed to submit by-laws to the next a.qeting, which is to bs held at Jkiagar t aU' n the third Wednesday in geptember 1S81, At night the old-timers sat down to an elegant banquet at the Burnet house, and James D. Reid, su perintendent, of New York, responded to tho only toast, "The Memory of Prof. Morse and lus Works." The reunion has been an ex ceedingly pleasant one. - - ' .; Ballrnan1 Jnbllee. ATCHI90, September 7. The celebration of the completion of the Union depot oc curred to-day, a feature of which was the dis play of decorated locomotives. Three were entered for the large preminm offered, and the decorations were excellent, elaborate and costly. The divisions of the Central Branch road represented tlie progress of American civilization; the Atchison, Topeka and Banta Fe preseqted the good of (die railroad and agrieultUBce, and that of the Atchison and Nebraska was floral. The celebrated locomo tive American, which took the first premium at Wood' air, at .Paris, was -also present. The first premium was awarded to the Cen tral Branch locomotive.' General Btringfellow delivered the address, "What was the Histori cal Solution of the Railroads?"' The ban- auet in honor of the guests present followed lis evening. Exrnrmlon tn the Kanaaa Fair. Philadsxphta, September 7. John IL Rice, editor of the Fort Scott (Ks.) Monitor, and : general agent of the Western national fair asaocjfttion, has completed arrangements for a trip of an excursion party to the Kan sas fair, to be held at Bismarck Grove, Kan sas. The party will consist of forty promi nent' ckhtena of the east, and will also include Messrs. Hyltnn and Itutton, of the British ,t I mi x. , ' ! parliament. I ne renosyivama rauroau com pany will furnish free transportion to the party over the entire - route, and a mil in an car is also furnished bv the Inillman com pany. The train will leave Jersey City Wednesday morning, and will go by way of Philadelphia, Pittsburg, Indianapolis and St. Louis, stopping one day ia the latter city. The Anaxnlw Kew Press. Brownsville State: "The Memphis Appeal appeared in a bran new dress and greatly enlarged last Sunday morning. The Appeal is a prosperocm institution ami we are glad to witnesa this still increased evidence ol its saccess and prosperity." 4 , ; 1. O.-l- C II I TV . vonwa sihsvuct' ami jLmocrai: i u Xvif-Aly of He fwenty-first ultimo, looked as urmnt as il it was aressea in new tvpe. but as it made no menUon of Uie fact, we we as not altogether -sure that snch was the fact. It m;(,'ht have put on a new dress sooner, but aa nyido not receive it retrularlv. we were not presant.attlif christening." . , i . Social Science A ao a elation. SabatouA. September 7. The annual ses sion of tha American social science associa tion opened this evening. Among those in attendance were rresidenturegam,ot tne Illi nois" State university. iTesident imiuan. president of the association, delivered the annBtl address on the purposes of the Ameri can social scienue association and the means that aaay be employed to promote these ends. i Hajrea ass Sktrnaa In Nevada. 1 RxNO. September 7. Trie President and party arrived at ' twelve o'clock and left for Virginia tat. half -past twelve. - There was a ' f ... . i , , ; J great crowd U Hie depot, a nana pi ay ing ana Bass flvimt. The l'resident made a brief speech from the hutfel baloony. - lie was fol lowed by (Seneral Sherman and Secretary RaaiaeyJ who each spoke a few minutes. Much enthusiasm was manifested. TiricuNO induce laughter, except tict Hug in the throat, which causes coughing at anc rviuoveu Dy ur. rmu cougn syrup cental bottle... THE KEW CRCSADE. Reporter What about the new crusade, colonel, is there to be another invasionol the Territory? llovd o invasion at ail, I assure you, It ia the old, old story, in a fresh and attractive form. The springs styles of 1879 adapted to the tall fashions ot ISM), lou know 1 led the find com nan v into the Indian Territory in the spring of 1879, and staked out Oklahoma Citv on the north fork ol the Canadian river. from which we were driven off by govern ment troops. If you will look over the files of the Times, you will find an account of that exnedition. written by your own corre spondent. I think I have a copy of it here. The colonel oitened his literary bureau and drew from a pigeon hole a collection of papers, from which he selected a copv of the Times dated Tuesday, April 29, 1879. It contained a special dispatch from Wichita. giving an account ot the movements oi - a wll nrvanized Isxlv of men under the leader ship of Colonel J. R. Boyd, of Topeka. for merly mayor of Baxter Springs, who had gone into the heart of the ceded Lands in the In dian' Territory, and had laid out (he city of Oklahoma." . "That," said Colonel Boyd, "was the origi nal site of ''-?; TnE FUTCRE CAPITAL, - J and I have been constantly at work to re capture and hold it as an inalienable posses sion evermore." Reporter And is that the objective point of your present expedition? Bovd Not exactly. Over a month ago we organized the Oklahoma town company, and sent ; a well equiped force into the Territory to select the most desirable ' site. ' We were captured and brought back to Caldwell by a detachment of government troops under Cap tain Anderson. Soon afterward the engineers succeeded in eluding the troops and made a Biiccessfnl exploration. Their total march was nearly four hundred miles, and they lo cated and surveyed the new town site. " Renorter Where is the new location .of the future great? ' THE TOWN SITU - - - There was a merry twinkle in the colo nels dexter eve as he replied: "Aly name is not George Washington, but I cannot tell a lie all the same. The fact is, Mr.. Times, there is nothing in the plans and purposes of the Oklahoma town company that will not bear'publicity excepting only this, we can't cive vou that town site. Some smart Aleck might slip in and jump it. The report of our engipeer was published m the -1 nues ot Auinist 19th. The land consist of sixteen quarter sections of upland prairie, sloping gently in three directions, one mile from the north fork of the Canadian, north and east; abundanoe of timber within easy reach; four thousand acres of timber within six miles; running spring water on every section. The bottom grass grows to a height of ten feet, and the upland prairie grass is no where less ' than a foot long. The soil is a rich dark brown in the bottom, and on the up land prairie there is the esteemed eliocalate. The ' survey of this land have ' been f uli made and the town platted. j . .-. ' THE TOWN PLAT.' Here the colonel drew from his dek a plat of Oklahoma City. It is a handsome piece of work. The town is subdivided into nine hundred blocks, of which sixteen are re served for public purposes, vix: four for the statehoifcte square, pne for city hall, one for courthouse, one for ojerahouse pad fonr for public schools. The ceptral stpeeta are one hundred feet wide, as also the four boule vards of the limits. Every fourth street is an avenue of eichtv feet wide, while the bal ance are sixty feet. Inside of half a mile of the town there is a space of eighty acres of a dead level, covered with a grove of differ ent kinils of trees, standing from fifteen to twentv feet apart. The ground never over flow although Ivimr in a bottom, and is very suitable for exposition purposes. No finer spot could be found for a race track, on which Mand 8. and St Julien could reduce their record at least one second. The eilti- neering work of the company was done by a competent corps under the personal . direc tion of Carl Goethe De Groat, the engineer of the Kansas City gasworks company TOWS OOVEKXMENT. Reporter But I don't find any pern ten ti a rv, colonel, lou haven't made any pro vision for the Oklahoma "roughs." Bovd We dont intend to have any "roughs." If we shoidd happen to be so un fortunate we aonl intend to support mcni at tlie public expeuse. We can support them bettor outside of prison than in it. We in tend to have a - model government no strychnine whiskv. only the "reforming beer." It M. John saoaiu ne neateu ia sas. we will invite him to come down to Ok- lahomo City and take uie lecture neiu. Keporter hat are your poiiuca,coionei. llovd 1 haveu't a politic 1 was born a Democrat, and generally vote that .ticfcet , whea I vote at all. nut mere is nowiuun in our scheme. Thetlsrticld and .Hancock men are arm-in-arm. e thin t care which wins this firht so long aa it uphold tlie old flag , and gives ns an appropriation. We 'welcome men of all politics, all relieiona, of every color and race, ' even the heathen Chinese or Barnnra's naked Zulus.' They can all come if they want to, and we will make gca-d citizensol them; or give them tlie grand ounce. . . i -. " ' i CAHOOTd WITH THE GOVERSSIEXT. Reporter But you defy the government, don't you? Bod Judwdy but a fool . would do that. The Democracy of llnmphreya Cnnntjr He State PealUvely that the roods stocked the State Convention. From an Appeal Correspondent! Wawrt.v. TIitmphreyb County. Tenn- September 4'. In pursuance of a call of the Democratic executive committee of this county, a convention, very largely attended, was hold in the courthouse- in Waverly to day, for the purpose of appointing delegates to tlie senatorial convention to be held at Dickson. The call having been made by the old committee it was apparent upon the as sembling of the delegates that upon theques tion of "submission " cr "no submission," the convention would harmonize about as completely as an - alkali, and an acid. But notwithstanding the task seemed from the . first to be a hopeless one, very sincere and reasonable cl- forts were made by the leading Democrats to keep the party from disintegrating, and, it is . ' . .. . i i , d" ... . a lact worthy oi mention, mat an euorw m. harmony came from State-credit men. One plan was the appointing of a committee of six, composed equally of Wright and Wil son men, to report back to the convention a set of delegates to uickson mat wonia repre sent the two elements, and to devise some plan that would prevent a split. This com mittee returned in about ten min utes and reported that they had been unable to "harmonise," and thereupon lion. TVinwv B. Thomas eot upon a bench and made a speech, every word of which widened the breach. He charged that the twelve hun dred delegates who remained in the Nashville convention, and adopted the majority plat form, did not represent the people oi iennee see; that for weeks before that convention the railroads of the State had agents in every county, who bought up the delegates to the INasnvillc ouuvcuuuu, auu Wewr Hampshire Republicans. Concord, N. IL, September 7. The Re- Subllcan State convention met to-day; Dan ernard permanent president. In his speech he said: Eliminate the fraud and corruption of New York city from the vote of the Em pire State and there is not a. reasonable liope of an electoral vote for Hancock .until ou reach the southern State." ' - ' - Charles C Beel was then - unanimously nominated for jrovernor by acclamation, the whole five hundred and forty-five delegates . rising and cheering lustily, Jklr. Reel, in a short speech, thanked the convention for the nomination, and sketched the blessings and advantages in store for the nation should the Republican party be continued in power. - The ticket completed is as follows: Rail road commissioners, James E. French, Chas. A. Imoth and E. J.Tenny; presidential elect ors, Nathaniel White and E. Winchester. . - - The Vermont Election. Burlington, Vt., September 7. There is intense excitement here and a full vote is be ing polled. Everv indication points to a largely increased Republican majority in the city. In the country towns the voting does not commence until two o ciock. . : Bennington, September 7. Atpuchhghter vote is polled in this town than waa ex pected, and in tlie country, so far as . heard from, the candidates for senator and slier iff on the Republican ticket are running .be hind; but the indications are that the Repub licans will win. Colonel Joyce, for member of congress, is running ahead of the State ticket. In Bennington, Town, the Republi can nominee for representative, is running ahead of everything. The vote will hardly indicate as heavy a majority as that of , 1878, when the county stood 836 Republican, , , White River Junction, September 7, The election .' returns are coming .in as rapidly as can be expected. One hundred and ten towns have been heard from, and give the following vote: In 187G, Fairbanks (Rep.), 25,393; Bingham (Dem.), 11,670. . In 1880, Farnhaui (Rtp.),26,572; Phelps (Dem.), 11,677: Heath (lireenj, 802. t A. Kepublican gain oil 179; Democratic gain of 7. Conercsflonal vote first district: Joyce lltep.f. Y4Sk Kniul.11 . r. aaka.. . tin (Green.), 3o. Second district: Tyler (Rep.), 9385; Campbell (Dem.), 4001; scat tering, 391. Third district:" Grant (Rep), 5180; Carver (Dem.), 2791; Tarble (Green.), 323. Representatives to the legislature Republicans, 97; Democrats, 13. There are 131 towns still to be heard from. The same proportion will give 25,790 Republican majority. MOXTPELIER, V T iseptemoer I. ine re turns from this district nhow Randall ia far behind his ticket for congress.. The Repub licans are gaining in the large towns along the line of the railroad. Joyce is undoubt-. edly elected by a largely increased majority, if. t? , v ? l ... fMn, XUONTriuacK, oeuwruiucr ' ikiuiiw ' " one hundred and filty-one towns give the folr lowing result: Faraham, Republican, 34,002; Phelps, Democrat, 15,800; Heath, Green backer, 1008. Republican majority, 17,72-1. Rutland, September 8. Returns from seventy-one towns, about one-third of the State, show a Republican gain over 1S76 of two thousand six hundred and two. This ratio throughout tlie State w ill give over twenty-nine Republican majority in the State, DAVIDSON COUNTY Will Put Ont Xet Lem than Three, Per haps Fenr, la-ilatlve Ticfcela The" Republicans and the Begnlar And the Bolting- Dentnernts looking for : Candidate, and .the ttreenbnelters . OetUna; Bendy far the Cnntest. bling controlled its action, and that this was notauiy so in uie Memphis and Knoxvuie delegations, a majority of whom had railroad passes in their pockets, and that the platform upon which Judge Wright was running was written by agents of these same railroads, ana mucn more of the same sort of talk. He closed his speech bvgaying that the party to which he belonged could not aci witn any set oi meu who did not agree to submit any settle ment of the State's indebtedness to the people, and lie therelore ap pealed to all those who thought as be did to go with him to some other Toom, and nrcanize aconvention ot low-tax liemo- crats.T hereupon he walked out, and all his ., . 4 -. , i i i.i i : sympathizers witn niui, uu reaiweuiuicu w one of the clerks' offices in the same bnilding. They appointed a set of delegates to the sen atorial Convention, lliou ulicu uicm iui iticu favorite candidates, apd made preparations for an active campaign for the November elections. The State-credit men remained, and also appointed a delegation to Dicfcson, ap pointed a new executive committee, formed a Wright and Hancock club, and made all their arrangements tor tne most active canvass tnai Humphreys county has ever known. Messrs. Ijimar and M AQOO, prominent iwjen ui this place, propose to speak in every civil dis trict in the county, not oniy once, Dut aa often as necessary", and your correspondent has never heard more earnest, and forcible and eloquent speakers than these gentlemen. Hon. Dorsey B. Thomas is also, an effective speaker. It will be Greek meeting Greek, . ., ,. v i in j i and the result in ovemoer win uepeuu en tirely upon which side has the most Greeks. i r Hortlrnltnrat Exhibition. St. Loris, September 7, The finest horti cultural exhibition ever made in the west was thrown open to the public at the great hall of the Merchants exchiuure to-night. Several hundred exhibitors are here from all sections of tlie "country, and the display of fruits, grapes, etc,, is almost marvelous. Eight thousand plates were on exhibition to night, and two thousand will be added to morrow.' There is also a splendid display of growing plants and flowers. One of the decorations of the hall is an obelisk just one half the size of the Cleopatra needle now in New York, which is completely covered with brilliantly colored apples, and present a gorgeous appearance. The States of New York, Virginia, Ohio, Kentucky, Illinois, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Missouri, Arkansas, Texas, Louisiana. Mississippi, Georgia, Kan sas, Colorado, California, Nebraska and Auchigan are represented, ixmiwana ana southern California make a fine display of semi-tropical fruits. To-morrow there will be a convention of the horticulturalists pres ent, when the Mississippi Valley horticultu ral society will be organised . and officers elected. Special to the Appeal. Nashville, September, 7. Some of the leading Republicans are chuckling over what they choose to call a wide breach in the Democratic party, and arc predicting the defeat of both Wriirlit and Wilson and the upon its aseem- 1 election of Hawkins as the inevitable result. Special te the Appeal.1 :v ? 'Nashville, September 7. Judge' A. M. nnghes was nominated by the seventh con gressional Republican convention, at Colum bia to-day, for congress.- Heretofore both Hughes and Ex-Comptroller Blackburn have been in the race against Whitthorne, who will now have -Hughes and John Ball af ant, the Democratic repudiationist, as competitors. Whitthorne's election, however, is assured. " democratic electors setting to work. " Col. John M. Flemingj Democratic elector for the State at large, will the begin canvass at Murfreesboro on the eighteenth and Sneed at Somerville on the twentieth. The Re publicans have refused to participate in joint discussion. m ' . -' ' WRIGHT AND WILSON AT UNION CITY. ' The American's Union City special Bays that Wright and Wilson spoke to six hun dred people. Uudge Wright in commencing, discussed briefly the national affairs, and the plaudits tf the crowd that greeted his ar raignment of the Republican party dem onstrated - the fact ' that Obion county - is ' all, right - on national issues.1 He 'then branched speedily, into the all-absorbing issue of the State debt, and discussed the equity of the law un der which the bonds were issued, and denied that there had been fraud in the issuance of bonds. ' The principal part of his speech, however, was devoted to ; Wil son's - legislative '- record,- which he ventilated unmercifully, and received' un stinted applause. There waa hot a point in Wilson's . record which - was not ventilated. His inconsistent position : on refunding the railroad tax and in - refusing to refund the dog-tax was greeted with yells. The incon sistent ' position of ' Wilson regarding his votes ; in the legislature- to : com promise .the debt' without submission was also' touched on at length. 1 Judge Wright also' repeated the charge that Wil son bad denounced Lee Head for wanting the State to compromise at seventy-five cents. He charged that the result would be in case of his defeat, ' to elect the - Republican, Hawkins.- Judge Wright's : voice ; was in splendid condition, and the speech was con vincing, unanswerable and fully equal to the speech yesterday at Dresden. " ' . Wilson was introduced by Dr. Stubblefield, of Weakley and candidate for floater! al rep resentative, as the next governor. He said that a smallbart of the Democracy was rep resented by Judge Wright. - He also indorsed Hancock because rings could not controlhim. Hancock and Wilson, to the surprise of all. then apparently entered into a discussion of what had been said at Springfield, but when he came to the question of submitting to open courts to the bondholders, said he would not enter into the controversy as to whether he , had - or : had ' not consented to open courts to . the bondholders, as it was very easy- for- one' to"- be - misunder stood. This -was' - understood by ' the crowd as an admission that he had made the remark chanted on him at Springfield. He equixocated on Wright's charge that he had refunded the legal tax to railroads by saying he had not refunded money to the railroads and never would refund a cent, but had v -1 l ha"- K meney paidj He did not answer the charge that he had ' denounced Lee Head. His speech was regarded as being very tame. He made the customary appeals to class preju dice, and in this respect was more violent than any yet delivered. In the face of the fact that Judge Wright had repeatedly denied being a candidate on the submission plank of 1879, he reiterated the charge, which was emphaticallv'denied by the latter in a defense of his (Wilson's) position as a new issue lawyer. He said W'nght .was an attorney on the other side, -' ; Judge Wright in answer, said that he had one suit for ten dollars -and fifty cents for a client who wanted the new issue taken as taxes, the supreme court having decided that it could be so applied.- Wilson receiv ed a fair amount of applause. The usual number of Republicans were present velline for Wilson. ' A number of Greenbackers were also present yelling for Wilson. Obion county will give Wright one thousand majority. "Wilson's vote will be almost insignificant, except in Union City and two districts of the county contiguous to Weakly ounty. Colonel Gibbs, secretary of state, says that the whole western part of Obion is solid for Wright, and that is almost Solid, there being not one hundred Wilson men in the county. Gentlemen from Carroll county report .that T"filspn VfiH not get twenty votes in that county. A crowd of about one hundred and ftftr met to-night, and Judge Wright and Mr, Wilson both made brief speeches. The crowd was composed principally of Greenbackers, and the discussion was limited to the currency question and State issues were not touched upon. . It is stated that Hon. WT- P. Caldwell will , run . for congress against Simonton and on a no-credit ticket. 175177179 MAIN ST. 176-178-180 FRONT ST. ; . f "- ;-: ' MANUFACTUREB3 AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN . Carriages;; Buggies, All kinds of CARRIAGE AND .WAGON MATERIAL. .'. ' . ' . A FULL STOCKi OF SADDLERY AND HARNESS, " . ' AND ALL GOODS PERTAINING TO THIS LINK. "' ' ' ALL KMM r RF.PAIRIXO OOJtE WITH KIKAT JJ EJW ASD DISPAIfH " -' - -" GENERAL AGENTS FOR TOT '"- ' Milbura, FislrB rosr&ennessee Wagons. , jr. j; Bi'Hur. UN FERMENTED MALT BITTERS - TRADE W'.AHK ft... JOH n, IOOF V MALT AND HOPS FOOD AND MEDICINE Prepared wrrnrnT fer MrvrATioN from Onmlian BARLEY MALT and HOPS. MALT HITTERS are warranted more Nourishing, Strengthening, Vitalizing and Purify ing, by reason of their richness iu Bone and Miwle produring material, than all other forme of malt or medieine, and free from the objections urged Rninst malt liquors. For feeble diiresliou. nick headache, constipation, inactive stomach and liver, deep-seated eonins, eonBumption, weakness of the kidneys and urinary onrans, emaciation, mental and physical debility, ulcerated weaknctMCS of fe males, exhaustion of nursing mothers and the aged, they are truly wonderfuL " MALT BITTERS combine a Food aud a Medicine in the most perfect form yet devised, and commend thcnisulvce to lii weak, convalescent, overworked, debilitated, ner vous, sleejdesg and melancholy as the purest, safest and mnst powerful restorative in medieiue. . Auk fur Malt Bitter preparud by the JUl.T Bit ter Company, and see that every bottle bears the Trade-Mark Label, duly signed and inclosed In wave lines as seen In euC MALT BITTERS are f or wle by aU dnigglnta. WHOLESALE GROCERSi COTTON FACTORis ! :; ;; 274 front street, Memphis,. S.: Wn OHBS & CO. JOBBEliS 01; DRUGS '. ,"' "' ' '. ' AHD MAHCFACTEKEBA OF '' PHAMIACEUTICAL PREPARATI01VS, . A RE the Principal Depot 'In thU Market for the fallowing Goods, and can oSbr inside, Flgurea - . TO I1IE Tat A DE. A rer'i Medicine. ,t; Harter1 Medicine, liquid Pubstitnte for Com- Wine of Oardnl, Bfaek Draught, - " Indian Blood Syrup pound Oath Pills (8.Co. Rosailalis, Malarion (8. iCo.), "' (Clark, Johnson), SootVsKmulston Cod Uw Cray's Sieei(l, Buckingham's Hair Dya. Hall's Hair Benawer, Oil and Hypophospitlea, Parks, Davis Co. ' Kolepon, Hall's Bulsiuu. liebia'i Hxt Beef Liquid, TostoleH Castor Oil, I'reparaUonj. Wliolesale Hoonis, 2d, 3d and 4tli floors. '". .; j ij --: -n . J. IT. at'BA VITT, tte srf W. Ooyer Co." ' J.HorCAYITT& CO Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants, L ;'; , ; 230 Front St bet. Adams and Jeflenson, Memphis, Tenn. T IBIBAL ADTAHCES MADE OJT COXSICNBlEirTK. WK TIAVE NK4'I'RF.D THE MA sexvioea of J. M. JAMES, who will give his personal otteution to the Handling and Sale of Coltun, w. J AMES, who will devote Mi attention to ine umcarv iwparrmiMit. .iifmt'nis. win. i. i!"", CARRINGTON IU1AS0N, ' kuranee ipat, REPRESENTING Home IxisTirance Company of Now York, . - $ Germanin, Hanover, 3mprUtiiig N. Y. Underwrite Agency, Springfield of Massacliusetts, - ; - - -, - Conitecticnt ox uartford, 6,390,233 3,978,592 1,855,426 1,500,000 no,ooo ,000 XETHlXni) B. A 5TB) I AWilM IATIOX- Office Room No. 20. Planters Ins. Bntldine. REGULAR monthly meeting WEUNKgDAY KVEX1NCJ, Sept. th, at o'clock. Members are urgently requested to attend. I'liyrurnta may be made to tne secretary aiinng nusiness nonrs. G. V. KAMBAUT, ITosldeut. Cn.s T. Patebsos, Secretary. REPUBLICAN MEETINGS. WABD MF.ET1SGS for the election of Delegates to the Countv Convention will be held on Friday Xiaht, HvpU lOlh, at S e'rlork, at the followluu places, vis: IbI Ward lld Pleas n re Ganlen, foot of Winchester street. 2d Ward Trobridtre's Store, Fourth street, near Poplar. 3d Ward Wickemliam Building, corner JeltiTson aud Third streets. 4th Ward Greenlaw HIiM-k, corner Second and lTnion Rtrects. fttli Ward Zion M. K Church, tiayoso street. Cth Ward Waldmn Bhx-k, Main streeL 7lh Wanl AVutral Point. 81h Ward Poplar Street Morkothouso. lull Ward at. James Clutpel. JUIh Ward Corner Seventh and Carolina street. By order of ltepuMican Kx. Com. J, r., litULiA'n, i nmnnan, DrSAIFORD'S 36.7u4.35l Gilihollwi aud TOTAL ASSETS, - . . . - - - - $ FIRIC, INLAND, MA RINK and HULL RISKS effvtM upon tho most Favorable Tms. HILL, FONTAINE & CO. Cotton Factors & Wholesale Grocers, 296-298 Front St., Memphis, Tenn. HILL, FONTAINE & GO. Cotton Factors, Conuhission Mercli'ts Cor. Tliird and liocust streets, St. Xjouis. mm CRMOOJiB. . Ivloore, G. T. BASSETT. ORATOR DEATH AND . DESTRUCTION. Cning for tne tiarland. Detroit, Mich., September 7. Fred Mar tin, Em., of the gtcani-vacht Mariner, haa filed a libel iu the Ignited Stated district court against the steamer Garland, for three thousand dollars damages, on account of his wife beinfr killed in a collusion. There are alreadv thirteen jother iioels ot two thousand each jiendim;, brought by the fathers of the bovs lost in the same disaster. Many of them are even jubilant over what seems, in their craninms, a beautiful prospect of having things in this State all their own way. 'While they assert with Uie greatest positiveness that the principles advocated by SVright are just ones, yet as a palliation for this admission they declare that "Wilson is going to play the Jevil with the Democratic china shop. They are extremely happy that a division exists in tne uemocrauc ranks, and if they can in any way promote it they are more than ready and willing to do so. While they denounce "Wilson as a repudiator they at the same time urge his friends to stick to him throughout the canvass, thereby hoping to get iu their own candidate. It was reported here Saturday that Hawkins would go to Paris and divide.tiaie with Wright, but if he went he took no part iu the discussion. It is generally believed that Hawkins does not want to get inta a joint discussion if he can by any possibility avoid it. He has not only worked out that line of policy . for himself. but his Kepublican advisers have backed him np in it The plan is, as contemplated bv the Republicans, to let Wright and Wilson have a "go it, Betsy, go it bear" fight, while he goes it alone, holding, as he thinks, all the tramps. In his game of soitaire he can make aa many extravagant and exaggerated state ments as he choosesjwithout having any com petitor to rebut them. And even were he fol lowed by some competent Democrat to demol- , r t .. t. MT.l,lum isn an nis iaiiacious argument, wigm wiu plain that as such a gentleman was not a candi dal for imvernor he would have todecline to divide time. When Edwards came to Nash ville from Clarksville, where he broke down in the midst of his speech, it was thought that he would take to his bed in sheer despair of ever reaching the gubernatorial goal. It seems that the object of stopping here was to consult' with his Greenback friends and with Colonel John IL Savage as to the course he should pursue in the future. Edwards is con sidered here as not only virtually out of the canvass, but out of the race, lie has been greatly discouraged by the manner in which the peopkj within .the very "short time he was in the joint canvass, nave in continently ignored hiin. . An attempt has been made to iret up a fusion legislative ' ticket '-, in Davidson county in the interest of a certain candidate for the United State senate, but the executive committee have put their foot down upon Uie scheme as bad medicine, not to be admin istered or allowed to be given by Uie State- credit Democrats. It is thought, therelore, that Uie Democratic party was not in any event prepared to straddle a fence, and that no other than simon-pure Democrats who en-, dnrand Writrht and: Uie platform, tinder which he was nominated, will be admitted to the convention. The repudiationists, therefore, assert that they will put in the ' field a no-credit ' delegation while Uie Republicans are looking around for legislative timber. It will thus be seen that Davidson county will nave not less man three legislative tickets out, while the Green backers may make a desperate struggle to get np a fourth ticket. . . Two Firemen Killed and Others Se verely Injnred Fonndrjr nnd " Ieehnnaea Burned. St. Louis, September 7. Three extensive icehouses of Huse, Loomis dc Uo ana Miree smaller ones belonging to the Mississippi ice eompany, on the river front, between Florida and Bale streets, were burned between five and six o'clock this evening. Huse, Loomia A Co.'s loss amounts to $20,000 on ice, and $12,000 on the buildings; insured for $18,000. The Mississippi ice company's loss amounts to $9000 on ice, and $6000 'on Uie buildings; insured for $12,000. The names spread to the extensive store and foundry of - the Exoekior - manufacturing coin- panv on the -west, and consumed the storing, -. mounting : and casting house on Smith and Lewis streets, embracing per haps about onethird of the "old establish ment. All the patterns, orders, etc- were saved, and business will not be delayed more than three days. .-. 1 he loss is estimated at $135,000; insurance, $169,000. There were about six thousand finished stoves in the storehouse, all of which were destroyed. Pat Lynch and. Ed Sanders, firemen, were killed by the falling roof; Pat Conway sustained concussion of the brain; John Collins was badlv, perhaps fatallv, , injured internally, and James Toby, N. Tiltoa and Arnold Bau ers, all firemen, were badly bruised. ' Louisville Expnaltinn Onenina Lori8VJXl, September 7. The eighth an nual Industrial exposition was opened with a grand concert under direction of Prof. Eich horn. At eight o'clock a band of thirty per formers opened with , Piefke's March, the machinery was put in position, the fountains Degan uj piay, auu uie uibi. wvuiug . tion commenced. The scene was very bril liant, Uie superb decorations, electric lights, and large and fashionable audience adding much toward making the inaugural exercises of a memorable character. The arrangement of exhibits is more nearly aoaiplete than ever before at the same time, so that by the end of tie week the best exposition ever held in this city will be in progress. One of the great attractions will be the afternoon and evening concerts by Eichhorn'a celebrated orchestra of Louisville. Only Veget-t ie Compound that acts directly upon the Liver, and aires Liver Complaints, Jaun dice, Biliousness, Malaria, Cos tiveness, Headache Itassists di gestion, strengthens the system, regulates the bowels, purines the blood. A Book sent free. Dr. SanfoR-o, 1 5s Broadway, N. Y. DOORS lassett & Co. . DTS A T.TTRfi ; IN nuflin, SiUjaasE-Jt, n,aa smanKM! j N03. 351, 353, 359 AND 385 SECOND i STREET, MEMPHIS, TENN. E. M. APPERSON. i G. V. R AMB ACT. E. IUI. Apperson & Co., iigrSiS GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS THE TAILORS, T TAVE NOW A II AX1 WISTERWN1DH. COMPLETE LINE OF FAXI, Tl'KUlinlllL Thpv iwnert- fullv solicit one and all to call and examine Btyles and" Prices before KiviiiK your orders. No trouble to show goods. All work pnamnteed. "ln ad dition, we have a line of Kods suitable for Con ductors, Kire and Police Ueartraent. Mr. T. J"UEOY in now with us. . SLAfiKK & UOLDnAT'M, eorncr Jetl'erson and Ifeeond. - I -AND COMMISSION IMERCH ANTS, Nos. 238 and 238i Front and 6 Jefferson Sts., Memphis, Tenn. Keep always on Hand a Well-Selected Stock of Plantation Supplies. . : C OTTON A SPECIALTY. , . EJberml Advances MaMle on 4mlKamrDU. Atrents for the sale ot t'lIAMPION DABBED WIRE, the cheapest and best Feneins; win; known. NOTICE. Established in 1867. Have Ginned oVer 50,000 Bales of Cotton. All Cotton Insured. Sacks Furnished. r-lvTS for the riminir ltnlida-s ean bfl secured O at S18 Main street up to Saturday eveniug, and on Sundav from 2 to 4 p.m. at the SyanacoRue C'on greitiou'Beth El Emth,cor. Second and Monroe. Fragrant Vanity Fair Tobacco and Cigarettes. - SEVEN PRIZE MED - STERNBERG & LEE, AGENTS, j MEMPHIH, TKXXPISEE. - 1 75-77-79-81 -83-85 VANCE ST. G EBNOUL T5 T,,e larSes and onlj complete G Inni ng stab 837 Main Slroc, '; CUSTOM SHIltTS! Mo. 2 Plain Shield FronU..... No. 2 Plaited FronU.. No. 1 Plain Shield FronU , No.1 Plaited FronU , .1 75 . . oo j a oo . 2 23 ltalimciit iii the coiintry. ilfew nnd improved Ilullem, and the only complete Air Cleaner in use. All cotton ginned at; my gin has my per ianal1 attention. t'AH work warranted and fit gnarantced. Onrsty's Obnmnlen. ' Los Pinos Agknct, Cou, September 7. At th request of the Uncompagree Utes the body of Cnief Ouray will be exhunied and brought btwk from the southern agency 1" interment here. They alno rettneat that he lie given a christian burial, with appropriate cerenionv. - Arms h (witlaniC : VnwrsiA City, Nev, September 7. Pres ident Haves and party were received hero to-day witn great enthuRiasm. IVople came from all parte of the country, banting floated from the hoisting works and public build- lnm. and the deeorationa on houtte and Slaoes oi bngineoa gave the city a Fourth of aly appearance. The party reached Gold Hill at twenty minutes alter three o clock this afternoon, and were' welcomed by firing of gun and a salute by theteam wliw tlet of the houting" worko. The" party now here were met by Major-Ooneral Fay and , , Indiana nt Their OM Trade. Sax FaANCiaoo, September 7. A special from Fort Bowie savs that the Indians at tacked and eaptured the stage from the eaat, Hixteen miles from, r ort lAioinungH, in Aew Mexico. The driver and passengers, two in number, were killed. One ot thein.bwing a. Madden was a son of Csptaiu K. Madden, ol the Sixth cavalry. . , ... , ! Severest ltm f tne Cenfnry. ' Sr. Gboeoe's, ' Bermcda. September J. The, severest storm that has vklted thene iles in a century raged last Sunday night. The gale continued to increase until two o'clock on Uondav morninir. when a tremendous hur ricane prevailed. The damage throughout the colony has been very great. A ' Hnrrinle IMeov-ry, ' 1 tAWRMcaTiiE, S. September 7. Mr. llenry Grier,' an old citlaen of Newburg county; made a ptartling and sickening Uia mwrv this momine. ' Going to Little river ; - a . a to fbJi, he louna Mie Doaies oi nis two sons, twentv-one and twentv -four vears oi ace. in the water. ,' Both had been shot, and the bodies had ' been weighted down by large rocks tied to them. The cause of tlie tragedy is not known: " .' ' Steel llarkeU Fence Wire. ; , Great reduction in" price. Send for circu lar, oBtiiiJj Bitos. co, Agents, N. JW. SFEEBS, JB4 PRO'PR. IflEEIFHIS ..BINS SCHOOIL BOOKS! 666 Main Street, -r. ULMrr ia IMYLUn, Booksellers, Stationers, Blankbook IdTr's Opp, Miss, and Tenn. IL K. Depot, T HAVK AGAIN OPENED UP MY r.INNJKQ X EKTsBi.isHiiasT with w Vint, t'lrsmrs nna lfnlim.an1 tettcrpreparel bjiitasemore lint mtuiu from the cotton-seed than any niil in this city. I lm-au what 1 say. Uive me a trial. All cotton Iswarfd. Sacks uniihel on a-pli-a- tion. Yi apn roium frliiiieo lnm tne wogou, witn out uuloadiiic tn Venn, when lesirel. J. V. FATBK'K. froprltor. i ' J.W.X.BROWNE PLUMBER! 18 prepared to do all kinds of work In this line tn a thorough aud sanitary manner; givwt special aiteution to ;, , Sewer and Building Connections! Also, has a large stork ( OAS FIXTCRRN, Oss, Hteam and WalerliltinKS and Fixtures. fumiM, Hose, Bathtubs, etc. Hits a lnnre force of compe tent workmen. All work warranted. Aeut for Uie Haladuy W L.ND liH.lJi. Orders suUcikid. BROWNE the PLUMBER, 40 Madison Street; -.-- AND PRINTERS, 313 MA13T STREET,; t ; t t : t MEMPniS, TEXXI2SSEE. "f TTK WOl'I.n CALL TUB ATTTMTION V well assorted stork of Minn Is OFKKR AT VKRY LOW KWrmB!. ION OV MEKI'HA'STS TO OTJR UNUHTTALLY LARGF AMI nnd (tohonl nks, Htnti.nf.ry, tie., r.i, wkiehwe A. C. TKEADWELL, A. B. TKEADWELI B. a TKEADWELL. L G. & D.!reakll ?! Go. WHOLESALE GROCERS i i ' J No:1 11 Union filreet, ITIemplils, Tciui.