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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL.
MEMPHIS, TENN, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 31, 1880. VOL. XXXIX-NO. 224 ESTABLISHED 1840. FICKLE FRANCE Ilires Another Chanje, and so Forms a New Ministry with Jnle Ferry as Premier at the Head An Allow ed Scheme of the Wily tiambetu. Ilonl.le-lleriliiirron the Part ofthel'oite's KeprcM-ntuliu- 1'arnell'a Policy as Laid lkwu in his Speech Last Sunday- The Strike at Manchester. Maikhk-tei:, September 20. An offer of arbitration made by the ike eoinmiitee of the oi.tiI waa rrfuaod. l'iM"lN sVptcitiber JO. --II l rtporte.1 that Kjcht linn. Henry Kaaretl. poiaiater ei ral. vTill iv ;i short vi-lt to the rnlf.sl Elates flit autumn for the fmtfom of studying the Auieraan ieletrraihic system. SOUTH AFRICA. .tt'K Tow, September 20. Captain C'ar rimttou, while tnakiiiK rwiinuolsaaee with arvruty men of the Cape Mounted Kitii-s, was unanceew fnlly atlaekxl by l'JUO rUsutoa. A lieutenant and two men were killed. The enemy suffered great losa. Capulu Cirrinirton is being reinforce. ITALY. Ki.wv.. Sorrtemner The annWeraary of the Italian troop"!" f was nilhnslstle.illy . . li-timtiil to .ln. The Uli-ni'sT of the llibill.l and mnnii l.s.k part In the procession. Pre inler Ca loll and other distinguished men made patriotic spueehe at I'orto Ma. IRELAND. Piui.is, September 20. Parncll ailJrcasexl a -n-at im-etlBu of t.auiiil turmers at Ennis yeater dav, aiid -.-t Jirih tin-Mnrut i-ili.-y hj wished n . r.l...l nut in older tit seen re I Is J airl'. setlle- tittMitid tin- land question. Tho main - features of too Lrpoci 'iio'iH ans unanimity of actioiiamoiig the Irish ti.. nils : Ind prudent of all t.n f all l pollti enl parties: a n hi. I to pay more ui ta uiu.1 i: Iders nd soetul cx-i-tuninu ittioit of any pi ithcr ha lieen : a farm from whieh ion payment of rent TURKEY. IwmoK, Re ' ', unnHaiJ 'a ilaj joltowa: "A in ried here iron Ijim he eotrld u item her 20 Tlio Manchester usa rorrespoudent haegmplts as ehtn eharjie de attain has just ar- St-nlarl. ilenya Ittsa llsha tola t and would not carry out the ces- r , OI of llllb'UllHi lo Motiicucaro. lUsu l'aana uni not leave Hcilt .tl-lalfj-hnf r ' 1 1 I'llleiiruo 1 1 f..r Inilcigiloutall. The reports' k toll trops !outt-mpt tho BUrrender i- a feint. Hiaa l'aalia was all the i tin. chief of the Albanian Icaicuc time ir. IU4 nt Hetiuri. Theahslitiacy-of the Porte and the ilf- t nnluisl allllurle oi the Itrltish and some of the other powers may lead to a combined baMkaaa oi the liardaoellea. . FRANCE. Paws. Seiitemlicr 20. Jules Favre has ;.--a i-hiirutsl t,v lreidd Crew with the forma- lonf new famnel. . iieKMeJii. t has nt the follo lug let-r to Kn-ld.i' flrcvv: " After mnHlrr ivllts lioii I have rame to the eoui-lusion that the cabinet cannot be ns'ouatltuted aall ana yesterday. There are serious doubts of ila duration. Between several of toy colKiiguinaud mysel Ihere exist divergencies oi opinion whieh leave no pioui for the boi that ac-i-onl inuv oe iualutalii.tJ. U' i at Uu) l.ist of luiitonl conecaslons. Surhaatatoof thlnfs. if pro longed. wouM be Injurious to the inUH-si- uml lauoiiility of the country. Believe my retirement Mill j;ier tho moat prompt menus of solving the c-n-is. i -iz von to accept my resignation." 1'iesuiviit lirevv, on receiving the letter, sum moned iM freyt lnet. and. Ill eoninuctioii withatvi ral oilier mliilaUirs, Iriod to induce htm .to recall his realKuation. bat iH'Kreyelnet refused, and ITi si (lent tlrevT ti.iallv neeepti'd his rosluuatlon. soon ai'er Ministers Cimatans, inn anil Karre, Inula loua, couiumalioii with president tirexy. I'ltl in deb JiuVt Kevre was ehurgwl wiUi trie forma ii not (lie oabfnet. K-ganllug the sudden change in the poalti" hi of affaira aluee Kstunlay, whea the lliTereiii'WOf opfnion between HrKreyeinetaud hi' rollftguca avls'arisl to be compromised, it has I miispfred that Uefreyctuet had a further consulta lion witl Miiiistri- CousUna and Cam, during .. h it Imvmih iniiot ttial IhcagrecmoutiMiii)- li hi d ut the cabinet meeting was unreal, and thai Ue divergence of views between M. Di'Krsyeint l ind hi- rollenguisi were Irreeoinslable. TlU'Snlr nays that Jules Kevro iias already ortV rs.1 the mill istry of murine lo Admiral poiluiaH. BeTeral pers consider that the cabinet crisis will neeesai late tiie eari) urseiubllnff ul tht'clianilH.r. tiambotta'nturiied to Paris Tne-lay evening. II-ami Coiiatuns had n long interview linin.sli jindy. Tiu universal opiniou U that CouaUins has tie. n acting under tiaiubetta'a advice, aud that Herreyclnet's Moniuublau saveh was the liegln mug ol " eouiliel lst-eeu hlin and tlamhetta, whii ll uud no chance In n eoinpromiae, but unut n-nlt In JVFreyeliiet s surrender or resignation, unless lis -1','ved summer ihau Uauthetla. 1 bc bill.-r - lrleiidtpr. s-the la;llef thai fJef rcyclni t 0 Ishes to Ixi elects") a life senator, and then aspin (o the leadership ol the antl-t.iaiiila.dta, Kepub ... l ,. , iv'-1 imclidaviinial pnbllatocan letter from Pns.ldetitlirevr to KePievcluet. in which the wrlteriavs: "I n-gret that you nave persisted In our dclenninallon hi nsign. and -Vl, not furaVt the en-liT yiiti base rendeml lac auyernmeut. ion mllulwavs relaln my Hjinu esteem." At the cabinet isnilicil Saturday last, hi con abler the rci-ignaitoiui of roiisiaus, I'azat and 1'arre. fn uib r iK-l-feyeliiet add that if the only .litaeiilty waa the embarrassment In which tlu us im iisiuw of tho deereea placed Cunatuus, lajean.' iue hiM Iwl already boui-U insUuclloua loi.n-jis-ia which would now have to be countermanded, unit eoitld be sa'H?' lied over by Conataita submli ling U ilieraldnet a)Jt of the religious establish uicuube utuiwil lu cj.,;,- without awaiting the li-lsloii !f the tribunal of cHteia. and theeabi 10 i could dlsvnaa ami decide ontufh proptal some of the congregation, such ua mm l-asslon- 1 t- lot iiisbiiicc. ure wit rieognlzed by His VHtl- eau.iunl the UcenH-s uitghl is' clitorcci agninsi uiois , without dimealtr. fonstans aarepteil this priipo und the reslgnutloua were withdrawn. An hour lateT UeKreyelnet lenrmsl that a note, suiflnatlug from the inlnlstcr of the Interior, had been sent through the tluvas agency, reiating Uial Uvfnvy j inet hod enpltuloti d. leurlng l onstans fns lo cfe en?e on the opportune enforeeiueiil 4f w- lv -Vr-. elnet deuiatidisl that n denial of that la pub llshid In the .l.niriial fidV ial. Htuslaiis iiiidiiuut obleHist UeKreyelnet then Infonued I'a-sldent dvvvtael J'is (the pr.-iuler sl reslguation would l the ea-ieai solving crisis. This illfli renco with 'oustaiis m,is ihc ostensible nsu-ai id IKireycl m't's r-lgmillotl. i lif mil rtaaoii evaiently was lli.it U Freveiti. t lia-l fhoii-e but hctvreeti ub- iwlsstiin snl tesik-mUUia. ... . -i . The letter of fonslans, lnjnlttef of the interior and worship, to 111 arehbihov, jiaejjuing l a. eepl llmilcclanitio lgnd 1 -fla) vlgV,.i ' fraternltb e -nbsiituie for the demand lor ai: . thorixaliou. says Dial the governnieut willingly nk.. potent thersoliitioniiiaaifest.d In Ibi-Jjeei..-mllou to disclaim ntiv s..tldnrlly with Hie poiineul sirtles or passions, hut as regard Hie hops e life, ed bv the do luxation thallhc goicrwnaut woulri "'"' thv cominnnllies to iiKrtiuue (lie work- lu which Uie are engaged, ticihilares tUnt Ilii ;,,i,v,. uf)Jiese!sindd.vrcc.nf March -.-tlh was i.ns Iseli tiaw end to ihe toleration whieh tlu !aMn.T;!u.lie-i H I- ...alnuiiied urjilb. sul dilute for It ft reittrnw a Irgul state e' "" resideuil.rry.v luu aaajij U-en oWistpost pnne hi departure forthe sajan;! wUl preside ai Ihei-ablnel eouneil. lo be In Id tf.!.- alU ruooii. It is stated that Ihe r'reuch eaole ri.I.?ny ae rcutcd Uie terms of tiie rival rsuupany aaXj-r-iiieut, to lie subject to mijileatioii by :'w French and Aaieriewn gvM iniueiiis. ' the statute of Thiers was unsefflrd Sunday nt PI. o niniin. In tin' prvw'iue of n large eriiiid. Jules anion .h-llvero the address. Ullisr Pirtue. n nid I ,,1 loiimaUst, i.n.i.se.i v-iMU. ids smtost , at-eiie of gnu I e Iti-mint iipilnst the erection ol the en ctlon of a sUtute. lii- was urnstui W Hie 'ii'e in oruer to pnitect him Imu the vmlaae "f Die crowd. I.iiNIhin Sepl.-mU'r J". A 1aria illsualcli say: "The crisis in tho cabinet has reeulUW lu i)e formation of the fallowing ministry: Jules wry. premier ad interim add minister of lorelgn arlulrs; liupre, minister of marine, and I'arncl, minister of ,,i,'. lie work. The other ministers remain nn '.aahfc'eil. The new ministry seem only destined io swalf the nu-i'tina of the ehamls'rs." The Batiilblioue Krnnealse, isiinmenling on th,' I liar U t'nysideiu t:revv In which Uefrejiinet teui.r.sl til- is ignition. d lares that une-t nm "I foreign is.lli-y hae not causi-d any dlw'usalon In Ila-nnmeroiiseouue'lsriecntly held. Noneol IV Kreyclnel's iHilhague. urg.'ste.l any deisirture tnoii a uncllh'. prudent and ft-aerved giliev. The .titter, ins s In ihe cabinet were wholly couflntM i" lb.- question id the enforcement of tliP religious eleereisj. No biirlber Troatble Anliclpot-ea at t oetslnf. Dill jaMlilil. ., tscptenilier 20."3s!bins of an liiOWttanct' has U-eu -recolTisl fwml Ihenft!' iug mlnea ,,i dv. A report was current that tbe mlncrVr.i In ui -nitaii'.u Ihi re, hut nollung of iiiomeiit hns re: ulted therelrom. a stws-lal to the stale Joiuuol to in, hi says all is oulai The Cnlumbu iMtlaltitn are guarding Ihe outlre trfltus BJid an is-Owien.il sirvs-l lath I i ail taut distur .s ,1m, oiiiet. Prlvale and olflclal dispatches received Jo f(,'jt corroborate ihls stateuieiil. It Is thoinrlit (hat laosl of the miners Indouglng In ll king --ill' nww si Corning will return to their boiaes ami rcsuiue aik lo momiw. The present indn i , ions ne, thai in, tc will In- no lurther serious ruulilc i toruiwg Jong as the innips remain. IHlLITIt'll, FOIXTN. Hon 1,1 lu I. Bsavl Ho-t.iS S'lili'ti,'!' 'M liovernnr Davis, of Maine, tclcgraphi frot.; Augusta the following : I -hull oeelis'lial by-tuout luu WuraUty, without doubt." ConKreMtsloual Noiiilnniloiis. ll.VURIsm l:e. SeptemlaT .ll. -The lii'j'lll' ii. an luiiioo- ol the fourteenth eouarek.-lons1. dlstiiel i iate I Samuel F. Barr f or congress. HARTfoKii. BoplomWr A -The Creenliaekers of the find uuigresioual lUsitiet have noudualed George Mf HenrVtf. IMalsleri SHU Abeaal la Maine. Ni w YnitK, SeirtctiilsT 20. A diaw.it Ii wa- receive at the In aslnuarters ot Uie Dentorruis National eiuiitrt h.ih;ht from Fort Kait. Mai in , riving la t s i ,1 itmmajonii . i"n on y in 4 i7 towns, I, I. The In- still to bear troui gate, lu 1871., Talbol. Conner, Kcpubiican, ... ,u Yet HrMlrsl. lWn.ASD. Mk., eH'ptonilaT 2D. An An gusta di-tialch say that Ihe election returns so far give Governor Davi a plnralilyof alaiiil :K oU- Thsrean- stili siwetal town-ami pnilnets lo bear trol i, aud there are auuc liscreiauiclus lalbe re .lirrparmtvcd lo uJ. ijraidi abb loakeit diffi itit tonseertatn tin n-.ult of the clocUon. It lsevi dejit, however, 1 bat the vole Is close, and It is tulle protaihl,' tl, t on! van oflUtal canvass of Ihe returns w ill dis uie who Is elected. sfr Claims tbe Victory. WAsmwiTiiv, Seiiicinlier' 20. (Jeneral I nut J. Veaer, i.ivcul.sck nominee far presi lent, send ibe following uiegram lo frcuorai i ii-ie.i. ut bungor. Maine: 1 congratulate von on the grand tight you have made In Maine lor tli National-i.r euie-k l,'i o, nrty. H will Inspire our friend with couflilcuce and strengthen them (. great iieillcs, whuj, rcmslu Ui he fought. I h"i..oai' 4asiej, t Uiiiosl a mil sh ik if sec It.'iais-ratie leaders ma-pieradtii hebiml the o . parly end i-alliue our victor a la-ilio- i utie boom. They tail lo tell thv public thai you wore nominated as a straitrlit Gfecnbac-ker and that the Hemormla nnll not haw earrleil the state by 40,wi. They fail also to state that they iwiileUil v,m to make pli-due to them when they Hare yon thuii UliircJBJ,ir'il ht larrenipt ofltv rtwllnrsV anrnhstlSelr P&tc central com mittee siibstsjueutlY demanded )ieiles t you, and upon vour aeeond refusal wild committee re ineated von to withdraw a- rKiidldate. and that Ton dee lined lo 'to that: alo, the ix-moemtt In Maiu shotved their sood mmov by voting the ticket. WEAVER. liood Men, Both or Them. 9t. Louia, September 20. Hon. Thomas Allen, president of the St. Lorn-. Iron Mountain und southern railway, has eoujeuted to ki before the 1 Vims-ratio convention of the wcond dUtrli-t of thieit for nomlnatiou to eonure. Joseph I'll lltwr. editor of the 'I't-llUpateh. is alo promi nently mentioned for the nomination. IIEPIBLKAX onKrewsional f on veu I ion nt I.arnire -.terdn A Ball the Bnult of I lie si i oral Ballot. Tui Hnttiiltnn Aunonaee Himaelf the i wudidate, but hta Ovnoneaila De clare for William K. Moore. Special to the Appeal.) l.AiiBANdK, September 20. Tlic Kciuitili- ean congressional convention for the tenth tilstrh-t metto-nayat 11 o'clock. Mr. latitrtng oi tayeiie isouuly. lieilig eaili-d lo llie eliair. Alter organ!.-. lug. a preliminary vole was laseu as io preioioiM-t-for the nominee fir congress, on rootion of i 'olonel L B. Katun, of Memphis. The vote suxsl as f..l luw: T. A. Hamilton. -Ji; William M. Smith, lr.; W. J .Bmiih. Pi; Havler. 2. and then a -. utter ingvotc: the Uiml nuinlier of delegates in ihe ronventlmi being sixty-live. The proposition ol t'olonel Eaton to lake this Informal ballot was bitterly opposed by Edward shew aud J.K.BIgelow. K.l i-hawde-in-.l kir'-ad Juilgn- l-aoiili raeirt. as publirtsatr Hi IhB VeKg-.! of Sunday morning, but the i-oftyentloii refused to henr It read. Several other ballots were taken, Thomas A. Hamilton lending, with W J. Smith and William M. Smith following, thi the fourth bullot Hamilton was In il,.. l. ail he rccelvlmr STi'i vug, lo Xi vote's for William K. Moore and :t far Saylor. The result showed that more vows were east than there were delegates in the Convention, but sixty two dele gates Isriog press-nt at the time. Judge J. K. Bigelniv moisl that Thomas A. Hamilton ! declared Ihe nominee of the convention. This mntio:i waa opposed by Fred Hunt, who rlaimed that It required a two-tldrd vote to sus pend the rules. In which he was sustained by Tar ter Hnrri- Kd smiw elainiiHt that no rule had lieen adopteii bv Ihe convention, consequently a majority vote w"as all that was necessary to nomi nate, The chairman, Mr.Lattlng. ruled that a Iwo thlrd vote was necessary to uoiiilnate. After the thlnlntiallot was taken lond calls were made for Hamilton. Fre-1 Hunt claimed that such a cull was out of order, and Mr. Hamilton retired. The fourth ballot, when taken i". for Hamilton, :U for Moore and :i lor suvler, which was a foul ballot- induced Mr. Hamilton to appear on the stand. He sail. "I declare the lull lot a foul one and I am thu Itcpuhllcan candidate for the olllec of congressman from this diatrtet," ... A motion to adjourn was made, resulting in twentv-four against and twenty-six far such ad journment, but still another ballot was taken, Hamilton living In the lead, yet Wm. K. Moore was dci laird the nominee, for congress, of the convention. Tom Hamilton appealed Ul his friends to leave the c onvention, which they did his followers being the colored delegates, uud largely in the majority. Mr. Wm. It. Moon' will po donbt accept the nomination, but Thomas A. Hamilton will Ik-a e. in. 'elate against htm, he being Ui, Led by the colored voters. 11AWILT0N IKIXJRSF.l) The following dUpatub wus received at the Ap-rioVLotliee- last night: Lao u as i.e. Tens., September 2tl, WW. To the Apin.ul I am Iudorscd by the convention. T. A. HAMILTON. .asii im.i:. Colonel Jshu M. Klemiug RchIkos. and la Siicccc4cI by Arnlrrw Mnrlln, of Wilson llailroad HuifDiroU JoeTrabne Dead. Special to the Appeal. Nashvii.lk, September 20. Colonel John l rbsssnw. Ik-moi nitle elwtor for the State at large, resigned that isisitioti to-day on account of physical Inabilitv to continue Ihe canvass. The executive committee appointed Andrew Martin, of Wilson, to nil tne vacuus . Ill response III u a ir gram announcing his selection, Martin telegraphed that he would be here to-morrow. lieiieml-Snperililendent Thomas has purchased for the Nsshville, rluituinooi'.nd St. Loins railway sjghty neres of ground near the fair-irrotinds. on whieh to build mammoth machine bona, round home, uml to construct a sn itch yard to make ac coiniuodations for their rapidly increasing bus:- nos. Thev will Is' built In the spring and all the shoiw in Ihe Nashville system will lie consolidated in l n iii. A lanre I'liion demit w ill ids,) In' erected on church nml Walnut streets. Thai mad bus made low rules for all those wishing to ullcnil llm commercial celebration in Memphis. Joseph M. Trabue, of Memphis, died here yester day. ' HACK ORMX.43C ES. Inrorinntion for Tlaltora (o the City an lo Kales lnil for llaeb Fnrea. According to the Or dinance. The polios patrol force has been ln-strttctcil to atri'st all siispieiotis characters and to prevent hack men from Imposing on slmngers. Tho hack lure are as follows: Any hacknian Ion ad vlraattng the onltuiince. on licing informed Uui. will l promptly ifftaw and punish, d. strungers shonM at oiu-e notify the police of roblH.'ry of this charac ter, Hwihl it oeeuT. The rates as settled by ordinance are as follow . : For one ilay's use ul couch and driver. U-n dollars : lor vransisirtinn paawillgen with valises, cnriH't saek aim AUch article.- of light baggage from or to any rafimud depot. Jioteli or U-amhont landing lu the District, lor each isisHciiger, fifty cents ; fox each tyuuk, fifty cent. ; for use of carriage containing compliment or less of passengers with privilege of going from plaee to place within the district or vicinity, for the Hist hour, two dollars ; for each succeeding imur utjl the charge shall reach ten dollar, one dollar. Roulrje the nl.ove rate mny be cUargou aiery o'cioek at night, except to and from steamboat lain ling to hotels, ami Uiaud from mtlroiut depot, to hotels; said coinnsiition shnli oiilv I,.' lift cents for oue pa.sengur and fifty cents for one trunk. ltv ibi onlinance Every public hackney. eoin ii shall have a printed copy of theratesof i-onimu-saiion euumeraied in the above section placed lu sonic conspicuous place in the inside thereof." "Tbe charge for transporting lisggage alone, within the District, dinll Is', for the ordinary Inig ga;.e of an' individuul the same ns is allowed for each pilssriigar" "lu no 'distance tlaill more than one driver or nursuu la-jK.:-inittc to sM or ride on the driver's Seal ni any csrriagej back or coach far which a Uivojm ban lioi-n Issihsl." 'Any tiolatiuu of JUe )roiss,,is ,M jic gb.nyc lions slndl i-.- decmeil a misdemeanor, uml w hen firms have not f;an tpia iaily provided, shall luWIect the onVuder to a line of uut l. -s than fifty dollars . upon conviction before the president of tile board of flreiuid police commissioners." HOTEL ARRIVALS. .. ,"; inly Hotel, .September -JO III. U F Von L Dow A nor I. k. !' K ihn Gilliam, New Y'ork, vult. Cincinnati, ii-nk Jlullunl, Ohio, WT'SiuiiL. Mi, s stern. NY. M J Wilcox. Toledo, M G Stewart, Texas, N G Woriuelcy, Ark. J V Fowler, Louisville, 1: ii hul.vl L.tiisvillc, N K hUrknatrick N 0, Kueeno an Ness. ; y, I H i fjumbert, N Y. J E Kelehum, .its, B F Garrett. Mua, ... . . . . Js. . irv r jsaiiiiiino, F D Wilson. N Y David Ilojseh. Louisville. II Myers, Louisville. Mrs II J I villi. Miss, Mi-sSusre Yate:. Miss, Frank I. Hutch. St Louis, Mrs M c Scruggs. Mi.-s r. i T-. -r 11 lioruer, .rs. It St li I 'ii'i i. liri. T.V. Work. Derrott. Q W Coming. N V, Jake tjcbwlrts, Ky. Mrs A Vorthini:toii."Mfsp. uti'll c Vesliitt, lonisville. 11 H Mutluck 1 oui-ville. l 1. Gates, iit, ' s c Veiller, Ark. II V I'arlett. jr. Md. 1) Shelby, st Louis, T H Bums, Si Un', N M Worthingtoil lumtlv. Miss, A M Llttlejohn. Kf. James Fentress. Bolivar, KFOolneni. N Y, It B Hcudder. N V, Wilkes and wifc.Ark, Mrs T t arter. Mi-s Mi-s Adersholdt, Miss, Mrs A 11 Road I and child. Geo I'errv. Ark. Vliss C Kothe. Baltimore. Wli Ucs' Grand Rapids, 1. A Block und wife, Ark, Ben Blocs . si, a-'f' Ark, J W Wynne. Ark, T N K.dsell. l ittle lloev. Hot. oie Id Tlntonvllh. Will clnnsion, Chicago. Wm SUWbulk. Telin, Ll V, U.. ' sieauier GalT, J W Wtttsoii.'Hy. James Haines, Phila, TH Hollowny, Teiiu, I'W lVeblcs. Miss. ( a Erers, uter Valley, i vKuiji i;d w ife. st 4 s,n;.rns, N . II .la larlmi. clnelunati p A Brower. Ohio, I. ll .-salt. Mi.--. I! A Mo. l A c"ll Vlol'dy. Miss, 'Uag, wile and -it 1 o rant. Tenu. C Hathilwav, St Louis. C H l.yle. 1. A M SC( o. i. W i alhouu. y, II Marx. eH Lnnis, rwrc I i rm kctl. Teiiu. ii F Hicks. Lmisville. A M Ilnli. Lyptsvllle, Tims ji"'i)c l.oui-ville' Jm Wvalt. l riars l'.,i::! J G l blsiu, Fritis ('unit. J C Harris nml tonr - t Mr J C Ilnrrls. Ml, Dublis, li-. Miss IssWder, Dublin Wm. 3 B Polk. Walter C Kell, Vraiik J..aje) 1..... Dlxrtn. V Buchanan. Uade llighl, Jolni h pe, poia, J B l"olk combination. Jit Usston's, September 34tb. Jos(lre.-s. 1 ouisville, W E Randolph, hi.i W M Hniiics, la, W bt.lddon. Miss, W w Kendrick, Ark. It K Ponder, Miss, W E Prince, city, j cole, Nashviiie. (' H Wlue. Ci;lln'PlT, K Plapw. l-ui.Moc. H U Jsksoil. .lUajila, 1 Bayne. Miss, A 1. ljii henius. N Y, ? lvrkln-. Ui-. 1' 11 smart. Ark, CLerer, Mis. W )' -. : n . Baltiiuore. M Sell s .1 1 . Meiuphi.s. G P Mchiil.,r, Bolivar. J D I'ssi ry. mN.ury, Ins stalls. Padiieah. .1 P Wheeler. Miss. .1 K M Kiiinev. Ark, J. Swoope, Miss, I . ..inpoell. Ark. N' i Worwely. Ark, Allied Bo jf. Mason. Si'Stone. iirecnvll... 1 1' Henrti. Teun, l Miller. Miss, t I' Kn'oiian, Ark, I mu urf M Weln.l. rii, E Ketiuell, Ciiiciuusil, Ilf Murnll. Miss. Y Moore, St I.oitis. II .1 Nel-ou. Nashville. E Anderson, Ltauavulc, 1 t: illQuc, Anstin, I c Tiirtau, Jf'Minnville. ' i. Hutch. St. I.'Ouis, J I' llenlrv. ra. Willlains. UN11 R. .) 1. ITOnire, Ro.-e.lule. I "'riickeii. Sanlls, N Schwut.. s,; "ohis, A s Balch, Kv. r E WJBidanl. t ouenjrdia. ) t xlves, nncTnuan, P I. butgati, Ark, J llarrlugluli, iinlu ipj' k J II Saiinoncr.l.ntlc l. k II BUarrismi. Brlukle . W Havwmsi. Browns file, D ii Miller, Atoka. R M Thom"on,Wah'ton .1 M Reeve, O . ,mis 1 I I-.U-OU, Mis- c Arnold, l oioniin. Keantirnl I.alitera for Walblaa'a, Bu 1 ti i iik li ! Turkish, hot, cold ami shower hath water cure. I invite all those alHn ic.i with an) Jiaeasua or sicknesa, whether of recent otirfin or ni Imig standing. Numerous testimonials on file from lieruona who hove been cured, DR 1 HAS HERMANN. Ko. 37 Adams street. mutual imu. 1 ii rr A ul k His s. Ill 1 or. nil. s at THE DAY OF JUBILEE Memphis will To-Morrow S1htT tbe .Country that "There's Life in the Old Uind Yet" (Imud Procession of the Military, Police, Fire men, Knights Templar, Ti-ddes. Miiiiiifartnres ami Arts The Finest IHsplay of Fireworks ever Made in the I'nited Slates-F.x-hlhltlon of the Electric Light Urand Bull. The Memphis excursion executive com mittee met at the Pea body hotel at Ttaoo'elwkyi--U nlay evenlug. Mr. L N. Snowden. president, and Mr. John Isiaguc, secretary. The following mem bers were present: W 11 Mullory. .1 B rook, W Si'hnolrleld. It r Wiyiamsou. U V Hndden John M'lullough, laptain Thomas F TO eta, A B ai' can Henrv Hlontgoinerv. W A (iiMslnuin. l' 1. Bryan, ft L'Corhran. Judge II T Kllet. A Vaecaro. Colonel M Hnrke. A 1 lAngstaff, M K I 'ochran. u V l: iml tint. Uuneral I'olton ureene, captain James l.ei' Jr. faptaln Knratenhclin, K Loeweustlli, lr Krsktne. The minutes of the last meetiug were n'! and approved. The following committee was apiolnted to re ceive Dr. G F Kolaoiu, of the National board of health: ir B lingers, i nnirmuu .1 W Moore Hon i on U I'helan, II K Andrew. .1 WMVown. W M Stul. Peter M lntyre. B l ' 1'age. Captain R .1 Black. Captain John Pow ell Hr II Ess, F A Davis, James Conner, W II Kalzenliergcr, t 1 Mullins. Henrv Frank, N MiOaU"ta. Tb.si Krekel, t;c Seidell. ttC Buchunaih J C Mills. (icorge Winche-ter. itr U.l Mcuiiing, J Henry Martin, I sptai.'l Johu apiocr, ' B Moore, lieu Jolly. D 0 Lowenstein, J J DaBnse, sidnev ('isik, S Maustiel.l. A 1) liilisoti, (osnnu- Miteliell, WA Joplin. (' W Frayser, J It Black. W J lfcuiker. M Haw ks, l antain Jno T Hillsmac, F r Bow eti, James F Bain, Frank M'ljiughliu, tk-orgc Herbwrs. 1' M i adden, Barnard i nrls?r-. 1 ,,,!., ,11 P J keflv T B iiayues. Atr.l . r. Iliniiieil.OI IMC eniei iiiniiiieoi nmimiiin-, reisirted matters progres.-ing favorably. The worL ; i 1.... .....1....1 r. ml n liliue. I iue nn -iiiks i i.- isini i""-'" ...... .. .... erg'- He .siiggcstisl trial a small sieaiuer migni is? UtOUUlOU lor nil' noeoiiuiiooiiiuni oi iiic iu"s" guest on the occasion of the fireworks. It was known that I'nptain Kandall hail telldereil the Bene Muerendv to the committee. Mr. Hadtlen stateil that the "hackmen relttted to luniish lioc'cs for thecoinmittce at the price nxea uy uic law s m the Taxing-District. . Mr. James B. Cook, the oji hilect. reiiortol the an 1 np and the decorations ready. The fireworks nave arnveo ami -ir. runner, iue malinger, win ue rive in the titv this morning. The display will lie the tincst ever seen on this continent. The frame work will lie fortv-llve feel high The best view of in., itroworks will ts from the lev'. anil not trc-m the blutf. The boats in port will remove to points nxivi' nml below, leaving tne lew uuimpeoco The New York electric light company have sent their chief electrician. Dr. Wolf, to this city, to hu-1-irintend the display of their light, and he will arrive to-day. Mr A 1) Ijin -stntl'. of the isimmittee on print ing, reported that a programme in handbill form wout'ltK' prinusi iorgenerui uisinouuou. Thi. nrn'Tslil me of the excrclsus and tlrewovks was oniercd to be published in the daily pas.n. of Tuesday aua canesqay. Th l'rograiume The ilav will lie ushered In at sunrise bv a -.ilute ol artillery u the t'nion. each State aud Territory of The following Ls the order of march, excu ses and enterbiiunieut: FlItST DIVISION, Under command of Marshal T. F. Tobin. PoUcc Grand Marshal and Aids. Music Arnold's Band, k'uiirhls Teinnlar. furs with vnung Indies symliolizing Ihe original ihiiieeii Stales nml tbe new States and Territories. rasped by the tigure illustrating Memphis re deemed. SElflND DIVISION, I ndcr command ol t'aptuin S. T. funics. Music Young Men's Association Brass Band. Chickasaw Uiuinls. Blurt' City limys. Memphis Light lluanls. M'liellan (iuurds, Memphis Zouaves. Hautiibu) lluanls. THIRD DIVISION'. Vndcr command of Marshal Robert Galloway. Fire Department. FOURTH DIVISION, Under command of Marshals D. K. Myers and U. M Vallum. Carriages containing olficjals and distingnlabed htrangers, FIFTH DIVISION, Under command of Marshals John M. Pete's. 'J K. Miller, A. 11. Vaecaro. Trades, arts and manufactures. The first division will form on the weal side of See., ml slreel. Ihe riuht resting on South Con -t. The iccond division w ill form on the east aide of s ml street, the right resting on Jellcrsnn. The third division will form on the west aide of Second street, the rich! resting on .letlcrson. Tile fourth division will form on the east side of Second struct. Ihe right resting on Adams. The fifth division will form on Madison -treet east of Third, the head of the column resting Thiid street. The nnaiisslon will move south, on Second street to Madison, easton Madjs.ui street to rhird north on Third -tteel to Auum.s, west on .Idnm street to Main, south on Main streel to k ale, west on tt.Mile streel to Kiielbv. Uorltl Oil Sltcibv ntlce to McCnil, cast on McCul'l slreet fa Main, north on l.dll street to South l Olirt. on nrrivlnuat South Court the fir-t and necond divisions will turn to the right, and disiarse second street. The third division will cmituim the march lo Adams street, turn to the right, and di.i..rs on Adams. The fourth division will mov to North Court street, turn to the right and dis perse. The fifth division will continue the muroi I., Wushinirton street uud then' uisiierse. Th" sever.il divisions w ill rendezvous ou the streets, at the imint desigmitcil, proniplly at in a.m.. as the column will move at 10 ::t0 n. in. Tin- Biaiahafa will rciwrt tome at 9: 10 a.m. . on. Moiinn.' streel. IsMween Main and Front stre-ets. ne gruifd marshal will be designated bynred ausB, sJui Uie iklhi ifijit-shnl- by a blue sash uTv. a-ViniArTi Uvm iup11- Order of Exerelae. The follow ing w ill lie the order of exercises at Conn square following the dispersion of proees sion : Prayer by Rev. Ktigcne IHniel. Music. Reception address under the auspices of the Taxing District ollktals, on which occasion Colonel George Gantt will addles the visitors. Music. The chairmen of the diflerent reception com mittees wfTl introduce the gei ermn mid other dis tluguishe4 guesu jn tx,e MK;w (ng pfdef . ' ' Govenior nf TenweiSrSC, flou. . lbert S Marks, hy Hon. M Burke. Music. Governor of Misssislppl, Hon. John M Stone, by Hon. Jacob Thomiisou. Music. Governor of Arkansas, Hon. Wm R Miller, by John Louguc. Music. Governor of Iouisiiinn. Hon. Ionis A Wilts, by W i C-man, Esq. Music. Governor of Kentucky, Ho;j. Luke P BUckbuni. bv Hon. T W Brown. .MUSIC. (favernar of Alabama. Hon. Rums V ' 'oho. by Vt B Galbreuth. Esii. Music. Goveraorof Texas. Hon. Orun N Rolx'rts, by Col onel U A Mojitganicry. Music. Jay Gould, Ksj., of New York, by Hon. John Johnson. Music. Hon. Thomas Hughes, M P.. England, by Judge Henrv T Kllett. ' ' ' Music liuoeral TJ f'l)iirclijll, governor-elect of Arkan sas, bv Colonel l( c U'illiaiiisoil. Music, Dr James I. Cabell. LL.D. preslden- National board of health, bv A B 1're'ailwell, Kmi. Dr John 8 Billings. I" S A. vice-president National Isoard of henltli. bv Dr Alex Krskine. Colonel George E Waring, jr, by Geaenil Collon Gieene. -' lr C T rolsom. memlKTof Ihe National board of luli., bf- l)f y B Ihigers. " The morning txaacues :o close by singing "Old Huudrisl'' and Isnedietibn'by Key Li mtM' Gnind display by the Memphis fire department. ;;enr Court square, at I o ciocs p.m. Major Ramlsiui, aa n.a:'d nMrshiil. amiouneeil that, owing tb the I'm 1 mm 1 most oi'.mv, uariabeis of the Knights of Inuisiuil would appear i ail io 11 us'iir 111 llie jiro rllat i -rgnniziit ion cession among tin- various inulc could ii turnout in n Isiuy raloj Rnuibi ,-iut ri'.i.! t USl programme nf the onler nnd inovbntcius ot Uie poices-Lii;, jiicii nsai 1, roved. ' l ,-Ao of tloinl-s was tendered lo Brown .t: MBM am) C B. Brj'an A: I'o , for their tfli of flats for llm li'-,iri;s ciLiututiou 1 111, tain Wiiliaiiisoi. KUmiuncisi tlmt u commit I. e o,l!d l.e til Htt.11, 111 alt. ii, lam 1 X;icUa- )gdll la and Thunslay, at the Masonic Temple, u, oooit visitors and cltueus threiugti tue tinll.llng. Mr. Cisik mow! that Mr. James Compton, snis-r- iiHcndent of Ihe Western Union telegraph ut invited to atTciid the cclenratiou. The chair 1 whs cmpoa'cici o, '"signate tne per iouM Is- Bilninoid 'io rrwi.and .tend in sons who should be admitted "io m-u,i.,,d ourt Square, and to issue Invitations hi sueTi is-i urns. Those who will is-cupy the ifrana sinmi are the executive eouiuiitiee, iuvitc.1 guests, memhers oi the reception wnimittees, young ladles repre ji nting the Slates and Territories, member of the pV,lAai:0 rev eren.lj lergy. officials of the Ta".iug lrlstrlct 'aita'iailir:- the coimty. The following ies,,rmiuli , peered by ( ul'luill Toblu nnd ttdopn d ' " ' ' ItMlllTltti. Tliat the young lailies repi-eseullng several States and Territories ofthe I'nioirla; Itlvncu o, le "icamlsiat excursiml lo lie given ou Thursday ul I p m., oB I Me Reuc MaiTCidy, t ai.taln J D Bandall! Thc'comiiiiltis on ice water reported the follow Uuj aohallfifli lisies. isiau -v t o., rti-o vn,pzy bar rers: John I Plv, lad cuibtV barrel; A. Vaecaro & Co . two empty barrcll Carlv,-y X i'asey. two empty barrels: l av lor A Arnold, twti empty lair. re!; 'Online A: May. eleven tin dippers. Vrank CasaMsi oilers to till the barrels mid keen them re plenished during the day. M 1 ormick Co. and Bohlen, Huse k t. donatisi :mo ponuds ot ice each. A vote of thanks was tendens to the alove ri '. ..' men. The barrels of ice-water w ill lie placed 11 1 oiiri 'iuur:' JBI on Main street, between Wash Ulgtoii anil Beau). Ii was ailnoiinred that a nuinlK roi vouus oioie. ami children are necrl.il to complete the tuh eau i of the stales in to inorro , s iirocessloii. AiiotliCr ' , meeting of llie conimitti e'on procession w ill beheld ai "ic PfaUslv pallors at 10 o'clock this morning. ' It is vatluutfTV nors'd that the yotinr. ladle and I mlasvs will iuu...; Jjul enroll themselves. Our merchants and cill'i-ns geo are taking great interest in the iti'dle, und nre Hlrihg ireuh' of ih. 41' lime nmf moiicv lo urftkc if a rUCceas; aiuf the Ian se should certainly lend n helping hand Two rar or Hval W in be n'svtl VYeJiu'Silay iu the pat- odea representation of the States bv young ladle. On the first the original thirteen, the Coddess ot 1 itsertv. etc. : oji the second, the twenty-six tato aod Territories UuU lioiuctl the Cua.a lit after ' X letter was read from Brother Murelian. of the ( hritlun Brother's aunoiiueius that, ou'nccount of the alwcnoeof ix mem'ierx of tbe college band, who had not returned from llieir summer vacation. hey ould bo omnpalledt much to their retrret. to decline to appear in the procession. It was announced that Hon. T. . Brown would Inlniduce his extellcucy. tiovernor Bluckbuni, OAOnel Keating heiiiK prevcutel by a pressiire ol Inrsineas. , There being no further business, the committee adjourned, subject to the call of the chairman. Calvary 1'taareb. Crarul service of son to-night, under the lins'tiol! of Mr. Kmlle U-vy. orgam-t : 1. Hallelujah chorus Dressier Calvarv chnreh Choir. 2. Solo Ave Vcrum Millard Miss Jennie camp. X Duo Behold the Hilltoiw All Aglow....... Dudley Buck Miss Jones aud Mr. Gage. 4. Solo Ave Maria Millard Mi-s Sophia Houston. a. Quartette Lord, nt Thy Throne Humbly KiieeUug ( osm Calvarv Choir. 0. Solo-oh, Holv Father Slradclla Miss Henrietta Barinds. 7. tjuarleltc-lsirt thai Almighty Bossini Miss Join's. Mis M'U'laiid, Mr. Castnerand Mr. Kirk land. 8. Solo-Come Unto Me Coenen Miss Liuie M'Lelland, 9. Solo O Don Fatulc Miss Jones. 10. Quartette awl Solo -The Lord Spake Millard Calvary l noir anil .miss iniriwis. The choir ol calvary church consists of Miss Jen nie Jones. Miss I.irzle M'Lellnnd. Mr. W. A. Gage, Mr. George 1.. Castner. sir. Jaims Kirktami. Iftlu this occasion the followiiigladles have klnillv I. . . . , . .,. ll..U... JkUn J. Ul.. voiiiiiieervo io assi-i . iis iii-iiiu nn wnn, Jennie i .imp. .Miss Sophie Houston. Flreworba Programme. Overture dn Grand feu il'Artitice. No. 1 " Mem phis Welcomes Her Visitors." No. J -Flight of Fireworks Balloons. No. S "The Ha! Ha!" No. 4 "Our Friend in Need Jay Gould." No. ." Grand Ronud, with Changes. No. IV Fireworks Balloons. So, 7 Grand Discharge ol Combustion Battcru. No. s Persian Sun. No. 'J Magte VNiudango. No. 10 Rainbow Cascade. No. 11 "Thanks to the World Memphis 11c cclBed." . . No. 12 Flight of Ballisms. No. I:' Eipiilaleral Triangle. No. 14 Simultaneous Flight of ISO Ijirge Rocket. No. 15 "Grateful far the Widow'S.MIte." No. Hi Revolving Fans. Xn. 17 lrand Fountain Batteries. No. IS Hlumlnulcl Double Caactule Wheel. No. l'j Finale Iji Grande F1eede Fon e. An extended Illumination of crimson tires di- plav to view the tribute to the day. The outlines of an immense golden horse shoe npiar coinnin lng tiie wonls "Oood Luck toMcmpnis" in crhu- nn in me eenier oi iiiesnoe u i n-.iir a .,,, of cotton, in silver lam e work, on the face ol ich. in letters of gold, are theswonis, .-l trm'a k'iiirf o siroteiiiinr allOlL' the WholC Oils, of the structure is the sentence, " Memphis he It.sl Martct." roml.osed ol sliver land On each side of the horse-shoe are two wing pieces of Columbian lire-, surmounted by tlfe American flag In Us appropriate colors, bwitwuiy tnegouieii lioo is surrouniieii oy a sooe oi iiauniiani "io Hants, awl. as tf by magic, uppiurs the motto -Hood N jlit. when wan letH'nien nrtiuery sn liil, lit., roar of lallilbs and exclusion Of tlllttcrle: bursting in air w ith their brilliant meteors and gold I eitver mill ialltuS earlhWlinl itl WOW shoWCrs. the celebration ol tbe giant lues ol jienipnis is consummiitisl. During the display rockets. axii loll.o. I, oil, lis shells lllld HlUllllUatlOliS OI Chaiiee able llrcs w ill be constantly discharged. Grand masquerade and fancy dress ball at the l-xiiosUiou I'llildiiig commence untieing hi -. o'ci.wk- i, to under the direction and manage ment of Colonel H. Furstcnhcim, aided by his able and elhctent committees. Thiirsduv forenoon. cptcmtH'r 23, lsHi, to ne o'- eioe'cd la- the iiiinmittees on recention and enter- laiunieni llicsconiyg llie guesis aim fisiwira io inv dirt'erent places of interest. Ihe mftintluctiinng e- tablishmenik, oil mills and cotton sheds some ol which immense buildings occupy acres of ground. On Thtirsdar ulternoon mere will lie an excur sion on the steamer Bene Macretwly, leaving the' find of Jefl'erson slreet at I p.m .. for the entertnin- iin-ttt ol Invited guests, i ommtliee or reoepnoii on siMinlMiHt excursion : Cuntnin Thomas F. Tobin chairman; Major M. OL. l"eanv. Getieral Colton Green, Hon. M . Burke, Hon . John Johnson, John l.'nigue, W. A. Uoodimiu. tsq.. J. Ji. Cisig, fjKi . Hon. T. W. Brown. Colonel W. B. inlbreoth. l oloiiel II A. Moutcimiurv. Hon. H.T. Kllcn Colonel K. C. Willlnmson, Colonel A. B. Tread well. Dr. A.Erskluc. Dr. W. B. Rogers, Colone Louis Hanaii. Colonel C. I. Hunt, Major G . V Ranibaut. Captain S. T. Caenos, Dr. R. W. Mitch ell. I.N.SNOWDKN. Presidcut Excursion Committee. JOHN I.OAGVK, Sc retary. BLAINE, In Kxnlanalion' of Ibe fonat-Out Agmiisi whieb t'bairntan Barnaul Pr sled l.asi Week-The Frenrh Plautntionw of Aroostook He Adiuita Hi- Kleetlois lo be no lose as to Require OMelal s'onnl lo bte II, Biston. September 20. Senator Blaine is in this citv. and to Chairman Jewell the ltcptihlicuii National contmittec: "Intelllgenee renclics me here to-dnv iml catinc Glut the tel graphic report of the votes as published by the As sis- alcd Pri'ss is m some cases luoclllleil ny 111 clerk 's returns ns the- reach the office ol the secre tnrv of stnte. where they are open to the inspection of the pnoiic. These modi licMtioiiM are of such a character to render the eouUst la?ween Davis aud Plaisteit cxreinelv chise, and posalbly requiring tna oascts retenisi'o dctenuiiic w hich is clei'tcd. The ofiiciti returns cannot be counted or even opined until the in..,.! ne of the legislature in next jauuur Alluding to the "cry of fraud." put forth bv chairman Banium. limine says: "The only laWMe ' uuuot.u't'iitr' far' 'tiauds lu election undur our laws U ill Vhp rrfcocb, uhiiuatii of Aroostook, where thy 811010 sign the turns, expressed in language with which they an euiirelv iimicoualnted . I do know thai trauu Imve lien committed there ill mist VCiirs bv IX'Ul ocrutic lurents. and I reiieat that nowhere else in Maine is fraud nmcticnlile . Blaine says, also that t'huirimiii Harnuni is also in palnehlc cm when he assumes that all election returns should ! at Aiicusta the dav alter tile elis-lloll. Maine larger In territory than the other five New Eiiglnn Slates together, and the soiithwestorninost town I Maine is nearer to Baltimore than it is to the Freuc plantations on the upper -St. John. byanypractica on- rouic, ami ; man 1.111 gu 1ro.11 auum 10 , 10 eago as qsdckly as he can go from Augusta to F01 Kent. Ol II. Q. llollenbers;. on Main Streel. Wear adlaon rln Storb or Pianos. Orguus. Hnsl. nl Inatrnnienla and fciooda Sheet-Music and Merehandlae. The subject of ni public interest, the" u.-ic be)g one of general mUsic cclliuiisstolier of 11 Al-X-KAI, on aatiisaay. nruppd .- irronlK-d 11 isl' ittpi Sic Mouth- western inusl. house of H. tl. Jiouenbunr. No 11 Main street, lo moke ihoiurivs n To th; music tnule of Memphis, In going throbgh the differ ent departments, our inau secure.1 the following notes, that will be of interest to the public: MR. HOLI.ENBKRG represent the best houses In the world Uie Chick ering. steiuwav, Knalvc. Emerson, etc., being a practical piami maker, and having had his own factory' in New York, last but not least, his own, the Hollonlierg piano. In organs the Mason vk Hamlin. ltunlcu, Key Kp'-'lanil and tne i.eorge jvisoiis tin The Martiri and" Bruno giuwtt linil thi Dnusim banjo' Thw isccrtainly an 'army of the very best and most illusnrions manufacturing hriuses. TllEOROIMNETTE. The orguinette with its late wonderful aeValop men Is of nmehanlnd plhpoa, which rfurm with unfailing precision the fiiastep -v.'tjikb oj Ihe gre nt est composers In'tler than S. II. Mills. Rurveusleill and Vonltnlow cim cxbCiiTe tlrcm. as it does awuy with nil technical ditliculties. The snme Btecben ism is emnliiycil, l)d with equal ' ellecl. in large chutttb otgaus. ijil In i spmller nu usre in the most welcome KHaadtf and isirlor visitor, the won derful orguinette and mmdcil caTilnet. For nil these iiistrnnieiiU Mr. Ilonenhcrg b,61ds tl)e agen cies for tl,o Udrliofles "d Wel Telinessiv, north half of Mississippi down to Vicksbup, North Ala huma uml all A rki mum SIIEET-Ml'SIC. His stock of sheet-music, and music-books com prises over :.',. out) ditl'erent publications; and. as can be expected, hi line of violins, violoncellos, doable booses, brass and Cenuan silver bond biatrn uien's baas and tenor drums, banios, guiturs. ,ir,i... nt,. oo .oo.s to., cflzr. mete nr-'l rr- tuinlv the most carefully seie. red, ni, not only MK llollentHT-. s long exin'riemc nun iiiorongu auowi- isige of the music bliaiaeas) bwt also hir ability 10 buy everv thing for hard cash' at the lowest ligurcs should guarantee, etc. Mr. Holiciiers u'.so devotes much 1 f hiscnenc' to the eloselTeonnecUst liraifch of hi publishing inusl,-. and ha brought' orlt himself hearty lot) pices ol good popular authors with cousiilcrahle lasteaOdin line stvle. He has now twelve new pieces ii. I'VJS, arh't-h will shorilv lie pn'si'aleii . thep-iblie W ."consider tht : c-iablinhnkcnt of M, HolleTibcrK, Wh)c!i lh' hilt l.iohglit Op Ilori the snihllest begumifig ili;rlng hi lofig star h're of tweniy-sevati years, with highly commendable energy, bosineai tact, duflitg g.nid aipl hard times, now heculiies u tu4l0tl 0' -il lli.HUt.iln.t. ami conveiiJuiii-e t,ilfte j.topje fcrMfilnpllls aiid thi- sec tion ol couuuy. AI'INESTOIK. The house Is complete and symmetrical ItVall its branches. A line assortment 01 ireueva uuic boxes struck our attention, as also Ihe assortment oi all kinds ol musical nicrclMUplisc, such a-strings of the la st factories, tor all instruments thu newly invented patent souudiug-board violin, the largest and fullest line of German and French aftoordcous and French and jewshurpa, aud innniili ruble other arucica. RENT PIANOS. He has a large nnubcTol rent pianos, and sells inauuv l.e'la- " ' "rgaus at small tnyu)euvi and on iorig titae, n a- to 'aceoUimodate e"et mn .leslrous of obmhiing a pUno: -Vk hels a practical piuno-tuaker, it may be roaaonably ets'cflsl rtint tuning and naaan will U' executed by hi- men the has on bis lute trip north engaged two superior tuucu Mid, workmen) in a superior uud workman like style AH woikgnavai ' " TUlS I ffT'.E U HOI si-,. The uiiove fine aswuiistuueiil, which we vUitcd with much satisfaction. Is also represented in Little Ris k bv a handsome ond large music store with a tine and select sbs k nearly equal lo the Mem pliis establ ishmeit t, ISleak, chilly March ami Novenilier ar' the two worst months of the vear for those suffering with pulmonary disease. Keen Hull's Cffum SA'IUD V4, uj. Hvj iiCT sunkrera will tie ante Ho brave the roiigh weather without danger. Price 35 cents. CaJifornia siate Pair. Sacramkxto, Sciitenilier 20.- The State fair oih ii, .1 to-day. Tlu ilisi.lay iias.'xcellt'iii. tin- ttlloii.Iiin.'e litre.- an.! llif rariiitt gissl. Jimuik- B. j .m the luilc Jnsh'lli l:ftj- KILLED IN HIS BED. Ihistnrdly Atavtsslitatioii of a tireenhack Editor laiissoiiri- A Tennessee Jail Delivetf -Hot After Moonshiners A Crooked Wool Transac tion in St. Lonis. Slreet Jafrray in Mniitpoinery, Al bama Jture of a Predatory Pay-niastrr4-A Krirrlitriil' Trageily In MleMion hvoiins: I'd an Illinois Othello. NAtlTVILT.e,rVpteinlicr 20. W. ami (ieorge Taylor and Joh Kmithcy ica)iel irom the Mur fnsVsboro jail bv saw ing Ihe lutrs of (he d. sir. They were all unoer inuiLimeni ior muniei. After the Moonshiners. Washington. September 20.- O'ommi- l.,n,.r IMnm will liimt-li sutllciciil armed loree 10 break ttii thehundot nioonsnincr- in souiuw. Vh-inln who -fired upon government olliccrs, stem Ten Year In Hnn tiientiu. Kan FrascWCO. S itcniler 20. I r. Satn- nel P. Chnnfaul. fonnd gnllty gnllty ot ninriicr 111 me bishib s. Bacon, wassen- sim-, ,nd deirr har killing need in .link--- k 'n-ral s court lo-day 10 ten years Man xoaaH. Hiilvil in Ilia lto.l. St. Louis, September 20. Dr. P. H. Tal- botl, editor of the Greenback huindnrd. was shot through the window of his bed -room on Saturday night by un unknown n-Missin. The hull, weigh- lg ill) ounce, nuss.su iiiniiigu iiie.oiM-io. s iij n.i.t lirhtlv wounded Mrs. Talbott. who was in lied. Doctor Talbott died to-day. Tbnl Prtslntory Pnymaater. - Wasiiingtox, September 20 A Aapatdi rniti Kort Louvcnaoitli wius reeeivc'i siuung imu Piivuinster Nelson was arrested in Kansas 1 uy yes terduv und taken on the train bound for New lork last evening. He will Is' tried by court-martial in New York upon his arnvnl. it is 1101 inougui o.v the paymaster-general that he w as attempting to senpe. " A Street Km-ounler. Momtgomkuy, Ai.a., SepteniK'r Mr. Thomas Watts, Jr.. was attacked on the street tin- morning bv vonng strobneh and Munter. several shots were' tired. Munter wus wounded in the arm . but 110 other duiuugc resulted. This was the result of the card in the A.lveitiseryesterduy. and a circu lar published last night by Strobuch nml Munter, orumiiiig iioveiiioj iihubm. i,. Marital XlanniterMtandina: Set tied. MILWAUKEE, SepUMiiber 20. (reorge A. We, l. tier- of chii'Miro. i'Hin here (his morning utid spent the day w ith Ids divorced w ife and chihlrcii. At atsilll ii o cuk's. as ue wus Hmti. io ici,,,-. . lrcw a revolver and sliot her through the neck. He then went Into the yard and shot iiinwii through the head, dying instantly, Mis. V. echtlcr w ill probably recover. He evidently canto here for Ihe purpose of killing her. Johnllaneorb Fatally Shot. L0CLSVU.1.E, September 20. A Breenbnrg special to the Courier-Journal says Hiatal Mill town, on Saturduv, live men engaged in a light at a bar-room. John Hancock was hot through the lungs and will likely die: Simon Hancock wus shot in the breast, very danger cutely: The other three were nl-o shot, hut were not na.uy nurt. Tu-oiilv-siY shots were tired. The harkeclK r Wils shot aci'identnlly. The ntlulr was the re vival ol an old feud. In it all Cry and Xo Wool? St. Ix)fw, Scptouilver 20. J). Triebcn, a member of the linn of Dieneustok, x nelicu ,v So., commissioii men-hnnls. has been arrested on the ehnrgeof unlawfully disposing of "Ainu potrnda of wool, for whch the valley muioiui: rsuiK nen u arcl1011.se it'eci'l.s. I lie ivimii m ns v.inico ui-ie. WW, but it is thought thev will not lose more than limit). The ease is mil to colnnlirutcd. and every Isslv eouiKsdeil with it is unite reticent. 1 licticii was adiullled to hall In the sum of SaOOO. Brntal Harder. Milwaukee, September 20. A finiinel special atys ' tlmt a maiden lady, nanu ,1 Nan llcvwisxl. living with her brother in tiie town KiH-khiuil, Mauitowis' eounly, was murdered lust night. Her brother left home lust evening, leaving her sister with a servant girl and her sister. On retuniimr he found bhs.d on Ihe lloor. and traced it to the body of bis sister, which he found umtcr tin- woodpile, with her throat cut, anrl covered with bloisl aud iHiarda. Both the servant girls liuve been arrested, but cluiiu that Iheyknowuotn ingof the mnrdcMV Fratricide. Louisville, September 20. Last Saturday night Harrison Hall filially slabbed his brother. Eilwurd. The nfl'uir ensued from hurd words and l.:.d v)iiskv. The men I'ouirht in ll nubile allcvwuv betw ecf) tiiefr respective domiciles. The united elloi-tsol the Hired i.ai,.iil;. to 6toi ihe nuarrcl were futile. Ed struck Harrison w itli hi fist, Harrison staggered somewhat, hut qujckTy regaining his Im! anee. Dlnnced his knife into'his brother's left side With a groan Ed fell on his hack. Harrison leaped 111,011 tint nrostrate lonu ul his victim, and. ugulll l.urvhic his knife into him virttlallv dlsenibowled him. Harrison, liumcilu'dely 'after committing the terrihle culling. Ihsl. hut shortly atterwnrd re turneil to change his clothing, with a view of e caning, when lie waa, however, .captured UW lmlged lu jail. Ed, woo 1 a powenui uegro. inn ered till 1 :JU o'clock this morning, w hen he died. A Frlehinil TraRedy. Detroit. Mini., September X). A tcr rible tnigerly oci-urnnl at the residence of Andrew I'iflanv ulHint two mile west of Jonesville. Hill dale county, Sunday afternoon. Henry I.iHdley, n hired man in the employ o! Tinany, who is eup poaeaio ba"e conp'lVcd a isi:--s.oTi f..;- hi cmploy er'steeonf, dangnfer." Alice", called on her and shot her, killing her'instantly. Undley then blew his own brains out, lulling with the weapon unqer him. The only cause know n to frttfcJjj tiie dread ful double crime pan lie. uttributtuj to isuuruquiled love, yl... muPh-rcl gill wa.- eighteen years old. She and I.iiidTey were alone In tho house at the time of the tragedy, Uie parenl being m a neigh boring cemetery visiting tho grave oi a dead daughter, and when thev found Alloc and Undley they were both dead. Alice had refused Undley. who had worked for her father three years, and is said tojliuvc tarried another man. w ho is now in State prison, und whorrl.iiidley shot her she was in her own room upstairs writing to her hus'nand. After shooting hex kindly walked dow n stairs ami blew Ids brain out. ft, ,,f M i-c'ge.iot i..o CmcAiHi, (September "JO. At lialcsluir? this morning tbe relatives of Mi Chase who, in a state iKinlerlng on Insanity. BUUlicd a disreptuable negro iiunicd sum Monroe, und has been aeuues tered bv her relatives some days was brought into town nh. I, w ith her three brothers and uncle en tered the train lo go to Peoria. Monxoe. who h.nl lieen released from jail, where he was confined for theft, 1 i-a red on the platform ami. w alking de fiantly up to tne platform, auu; 'HRiod filming. Brother florae e ' ' ' w hct unui iue young man I dressed kuockgd hiin down HoiroiVed a revolver and bfifion to noof, utid ehu.-id tfte negro through the crrmd. Viiii'n' he fried to 'CscillH?. Moii:i,e also having a revolver In his hund all tin- (line. Mon nwwassiiot in tho ann, lim uoj ijpri. mul a by stander nauicfl ('nirker (yas Svvcrcly tnjiirc.i by a shot. Jilonjis; 1 vidcnflv escaped, but much ex citement 1 manifest among the negroes, mm all side wiUi hira. and among the white population, w hose sympathies at 011 the other side. A con servator has beeu uppoiutcd for Miss Chase in Chicago, w hither she will lie taken. A Missing I'oj master. Washinoton, Septemlier 20. Paymajsler James H. Nelson, who has been on duty in J-w York, was ordgw.,I bti:t i,m weeks aifo to F,,rt lA'ovenworth: liefote leuvlnt he was directed to provide for his bntstundiug checks, an abonxy after his departun' a ftiieek drawn by him was pre sented at the sub-treasury and payment refused 011 the ground thut there wus no n'ei;i ; t,, Ins credit At SM ft u sh Uiquaht fnnt lie lied omitted to make tlh- sntn llirgiV ctiohgh to meet his out taiiding cheeks, but spbsequelifly U apjiearcd that he naa falTed " entirely to pro vide for -them. nencral Pone f. n.'lc graiihcd (o order Isiynuster sctaon to return to New York nnd ephun vf hy Tie h4.1 not epin pUed with ordci'-s. Failiiig to report to the head- puirters oi tne ueparuneni 01 tne .t.ssour. me ti.-piclop became gclU'PI I 11 1": utt'l iilsaipro- nrlatod tliewovurin 1 : c ..... i to. vis. and Isiytunsier i.en- era nrawh t anoe i:iuie hh enniiiiiistlun of ihe accounts of 1'ayuuu.lur Kalaqn, lo sscertain what amount he was resisinsllile for. The pay depart ment placed money to Ihe credit of the lnKiiug iiayniuatcr. and it is understood tlmt the amount already draw n is about SlO.utm. which, it is sup posed, is the extent of tin- defalcation. It is be lieved here that Paymaster Nelson baa iron,) to Mexico and w ill no reti;rulu, i:viKocphinatioii of li,. 1 uiLtniM. ins liymt cover the deflciencv. s tho BoVOniineitt t win lORe 110thl!lr l,v the innll'o. sttiu-e, ttiirr II ne aoes not return williui a reasona ble time he will he dropiicd from the rolls of the army us a aescrter. AMUriE?ENTN. Eatival Park. The Jilaoe to pj u.niul(l is iistival j.ark, where will he ctVcn a Kcana picnic and hall, r om lueueiiitral o'Clfs-k. Music by Haudwcrkcr's band. Adiuission lifty ceui-s. Indies free. The Opening oiivill fi the -e is, .ii ..i 1 ,,!. no's Theater brought louetlier a fair though not crowded house. The bill presented was a specialty play A t.emlciniin from Nevada a pleasing comedy drama in a pro logue and three acts, the main points of w'lieh arc u good dialogue, some fair character parts ami tell ing drama tie situations. Mr. J. 11, Polk, as the irentleiiian from the west, is naturally the cen ter of attraction, though not to an exteut to over slaugh the careful acting of the support. The company, though munerrally small, is far boiler thai) those usually found with "one-inair itartics. The ladies oi uie com pany deserve more than a tossing notice for the excellent manner in'which fl'.uy preseiitoa the Hnesiinttded f. them. Hiss Pk-Av eshcciellv cap litnHMC the audleiiee. The "l'hinumon" (Mr. Murray W.ssl i looks at though lie had just stepped ont of a wash-house fur a holi.Ia .-troll, and evoked shouts ot laughUT by his every move Viteftiav will he repeated to-nliht. ami tltt'.' of our visitors ami citUens who desire a pleasahl evening ahi.i.M M niii lo ultej). The Dramatic. Ncaaon InaHicnrated in 1.1,11 is llie. LouisvtiJJ!, September 20. The dramatic season w as formally Inaugurated with the all-the-Kage combinntion at Macaulev's theater this evening. This establishment is" now under tin; management of John i. Mseauley. It has p.u:iiiiy lieeuput in lirst-elass condition." . muml of ap plause came fnun tljc prowdejd honas when the orehestrn. lUuvud the OMmiig air. ll Is accepted as ectne.tire of tne'spt'rfTiatloh of the city's fay. rile phiCc 61' amusement. NPORTIXU Mi ll s. At Brighton Beaea. Xkw Yur.K, Septemlier 20. The first ra.ee la Way was a sellinc raee. onv mi V, an.l w..' bs IS" !: Knii (.mi msimkI. l-iltle Im-I Uiint. Tim.- If:',. ' 'Jim .uie mill- KN( (at aiiHleuf ri.ler; wai wou by Democrat: Judge Murruv second. General Monroe third. Harlequin (tbe favorite) fourth. Time 1 :i"rJi. The few who plaitsl Judge iiurray received Sirs', iV) Tor the 83 Invcsttvl. All ages, handicap, mile and one-eigth. won by Gabriel; Cape Clear second, Checkmate (favorite) third. Time 1 .66. The handicap steeple-chose, short course, was won easily bv Harry Bishop: skylark second, Judith (favorite) third. Time 3 4. The w inner paid his backers SUM upon So. Bane Ball Yeaterday. WoRi ESTER, September 20. Troys, 7 : Worees ters. 1. The Troys did not play the last half of the ninth inning. PROVIDENCE, .September 20. Bostons, 0; Provi dence, p. STEIN'S ADDRESS At the Examination Yelcrday ofWhlte Tenchera for tho Con my Schools A Plan for CiradiuK in Course of Ntntly. ThennlleNorSniterintrntlent In Connec tion with Examination ami In stitutes Tiie Nnperior 4'lnlma . of LowUrade Schools. Ycsterilay at the Court street public school building Mr.'c. II. Stein, county superintendent of public instruction, held nu examination of white teachers for the public schools. The examinations will be resumed 10-day. and on Thursday next Ihe examination of colored teachers will commence. Superintendent Stein road the following address to teachers yesterday on the subject of teachers' ex amination : fsnnerlntendent stein's Adilrms Pel-imps ul the opening examination it would he well to make a few remarks by way of explanation, a- i;i ing n sort of preface to the V"rk about to be commenced. The reason for announcing the ex amination ns I have done hns already la'cn slated. The Utate suiHirinienilenl of public instruction. onie of vnii nre nwure, bus issued a circular In whii h h. recommends a plan for grading the iirse of study ill the countv schools, and lo which he invite's a free and intelligent discussion bv teachers evervw here. 1 his circular has Ian?!! distributed to teachers generally, and those whose attention has lieen coiled to it will please give it their curliest consnterntion, mm at some snuanie time during Ihe progress of the examination I shall ask vour candid opinion of the feasibility of the plan therein contained. The samccireiihir.-vhlch I have here for distribution, authorize- county su- Rerlntendent. in counties where no "institute" Is eld to cull public examinations for the purpose of granting licenses to Icnoli, uud those who fail to attend nftcr receiving due notice shall be excluded Irom subsequent e animations unless mey render satisfactory rensons for their alisence. Many teachers have requested to be excused irom tiie examination, but the law requiring teachers to be examined should be cheerfully com plied with, even though it may at times, occasion slight incoiivenieneles. Besides there is no way to vade the law. I nder certain circumstances it I'uuld be vcrv unTnst to refuse an excuse; i.e.. when sickness interferes, or the teacher is known to be uctuiilly engaged in school work, aud the director- will not allow the time, which should never be the ensc. But it is doubtful, even if this lust could be taken ns an excuse. It Is recom mended Unit when "institutes" are held in the county, teacher shall lie required to attend the nxee witnout lorieuure 01 pay, as 11 on regular duty. The snme npnlies to examinations, and di rectors: -, mid so uilcterstaui! it. It is made option al with the superintcudeut.whcthor or not, he shall excuse from exandnatlou touchers who have held lirst-gmue oertiticules; iqc two consecutive years, nnd have proved their skill in teaching by expe rience, if any such are excused, it shall lai done in the presence of the body ,,f teachers, and all are required to lie present at the examination. But the question arises, have nil u bo hold high grades of certificates proved their skiil by experience: This may bo tlio guttural rule, but there are vexy nianv exceptions. It is well known that many teacners throughout the .State and county have emlinrked in the profession as a temporary meas ure us preparatory to something else, and such sntishtctory result .are never obtained, as when Uie schools arcin tne linndsof professionnls who are earnest and devoted. Besides many, good scholars have not proved themselves the most ef ficient teachers in primary schools, because they are not adapted to school work. U0B satifaet try examination, it becomes my duty te g;nni licenses to such us are tru'i" wormy 111 scholurship and morul.s, w hile ut the same time many might grade very low in theory and practice. This part of the cxu'iiiinutinn heretofore has not received that at tention its importance demands; but now every teacher should endeavor to come up to the required standard, and certuinly teachers whose exiiminu tions in the pait have been -.utficieiitly sati-shu-tox-to obtain for them certificates or a high grade, ni ter continued experience, should not fear the re sult now. Therefore, in viewofthec considera tions, I hope every teacher present who has been or expects to lie a teacher In the. county schools, und without regard to what may be considered his or hcrquahticatioiis, will, if jiossible, remain with us throughout tbe exiimination, and prtqiare nch papers as will do them credit : be cause I am assured lliftt our cor of teachers will compare most favorably with that of uuy other county in the jilatc, or indeed, else where. A n profession, 1 nm protoundly In symp athy with you, and have lieen ever since I have oc cupied the position of superintendent of public instruction. Irom experience, I know something of the ditliculties you have to encounter, and have ever been ready and willing, as many of you know, to lend you such assistance as was in 'my power. Recognizing tin needs of our school, uml the responsibility devolving nw, me, 1 have en deavored lui'':"'.' ro besi teachers in the schools ;li...svi whom""! "believed to bq earnest and devoted, some school hoards, impressed with the false Idea of economy that they should employ very cheap teachers, have discovered their mistake, uud are now in f.ivor of cuiployiii3 couipeteul teachers. Our schools shuul.i lie placed in the hands of the very liesi letieheii, if they could be paid, sullieicnt siilurii-s lo induce lhein lo take charge of them. Much has been said uud written about higher in struction, ami it has all, no doubt, beon needed. I am :i heartily in favor of It as any one; but 1 de sire esja'clnilv lo hold up the pressing clalmsof Ihe lower grade- of schools, particularly the country schools. We should labor to improve these. We should strive- to benefit the pupils who will never la' in any other than these lower schools. We should, in nave instances, giye them better teach ers if we could do so, and they should be fairly compensated for their efficient so---;,Vs. Good work in the schgQjaadaia,' its ' well as in oil'.-.; uqaattonli 'f hold, should he well remunerated. Realizing these necessities we should strive to cultivate,. vigorous public sentiment in hivor of good sehoolhrnises. good anparwtus and improved methods of !a:'..ihUia. Vuat ve most noca i a aeniunent lucr. MiaUtluly app, cmtc the vi Value rM cducatfnn. We shotiM ! He rnre flYo rtctive co-oporatimi of tho leudilltf M.fii of all iH-cxiiMitioiis ana proffisiou. Ttf mjinisters, men iuuy anv ip dni iMieiaiw vi nuinamiy. bavp gryat miuooe witl: 1 me iH'opie Kan can reti- tier viuttiitj.i' u.-olrstaiuH-. The nvw uilM-rs will aiil In this laudaMe ontt-rnrKi.. Thev are on our Mik ami are In favor of needed Kuool reform. Our editors are almost miiversaUv in favor (f i:oh1 BchoolaT, and are readv to assiht Dfl in advancing the interes ts of cdneallon in the county, anil vro- dnctng tliat fstntinient the outgrow tu ..,11 nn li will be ood hoolliouier,, !rane4 tnce'fsi happy seij)OlfUi i4;iv;a ;el,iirt society. ( lKli I VN imTHEKS' COLLEGE. Donation or Oolil Meslals i a Xmuber ol' Uenllenien. nml ol' a rinnl Piano by Ladle of Memphis. A rc id ucitutiltil tfoltl medals wore tlo natcd V.' ( 'lirwtia,n Ilrotliers' college, each of tho iollowiug u'omiiicnt tiruts having con tributed oiK' ; Ji 4, Siewmes & Co., lor English literature; i iiintt A Patterson, lor oratory; M. Gavin & Co., lor bookkeeping, and A. Vaecaro & Co., for drawing. A gold cross for christian doc trine, aud a gold medal for proficiency In music, will likewise be contested for by the students. The prizes will be awarded at ho next an nual commencement. Theger(ter.;cii have not been alone in their praiseworthy endeavors to promote Ihe inter est ut the college. Home weeks ajju a num liorof well-known and hiyhly respected ladies donated a magnificent grand piano to the oo'.'ica.e. It niustirdced be most encouraging to the Christian Brothers to meet with such valuable marks ul' appreciation in our en lightened and booming city ot Memphis. Beautiful i.initi . us fir Deeora.ting' at Matklna. -. Miller, the Shoe Merchant, lias made the mo6t c:;teneive preparations ior tue accommodation ot all visitors who will pay him a call during the approaching celebration. His daily receipt ot the latest styles of boots and shoes has completely pre pared him fa airy amount of customers. Messrs.. Billy and George Miller, assisted by Mr. Thomas CoUey and an ample number of other competent clerical fnroe, is u guarantee that each and every one will be suited in 0Util:,y , M) le and pjiee. Our citisciis need tio introduction to this house, but lor the benefit of our manv vi-iiors, we state that one trial will .oilsly any one that William M.iiici ex Co.'s, at Xo. 221 Main street, under the Worsham house, is the cheapest and befit place in this city to boy boots or shoes. Call aud see litem, Beantlfnl I.anterna for Dmm-o rating at Wntkini'H, Fijouis dlfjestcd and assimilated by Malt Hitters, llenee inereaseil flesh. MuNt roiuplrlo si. 1. ol' lolliinn Urniphh. niufTt'lly clothillu lions. . 2.19 i. ..in atreet. Eveky coir.fiirt, the best of tallies, the most social fellows, are iilwaVs to lie found at Kid Oook's billiard hall, in the Peabody. Oh the Bunt. Jeu!v & (i.,' the fashionable hatters, nt Main street, onuosite Court square, have the hut of C'harlcm Hume, (Ins Williams and lien Macaulay, eminent actors, placed in the show window, and each but is adorned, with n fashionable hat just received from the eastern market. WholtwMlc Ciothiuff. Sap.urter & Co. have opened ii a whole sale clothiiu; house at JSo. !R.l -Main street. M'cnivl door from the house of Rice, Stix A C.i. Sampler tS Co. do an exclusively whole sale business. Their stock is one of the largest in ihe city, and attracts general at tention. Visitors to the city are invited to call and examine stpek and prices before making purchases elsewhere. I oi rlfii Slornl In lawa. (liii uKi, Septemlier 20. Saturday night there was a laRUW storm ltw.en liubu'que an4 ITIinton, l.iun. wlil. li .li.l umcli dsniuge to farm ami rsilrua.l priiiierlj'. DIED. COLUJJS At Uie State Female College, Septem ber JO, 1880, at 1:4" a.m., Horatio Kimo Comjs, aged 16 yean. Funeral from tho College this (TUESDAY) morn ing, at 10 o'clock. CANNON At resilience of father, four miles out on I "igeonroost road. In tlfth year of her age, Bona Di xi.ap, daughter of H. E. and Susie Y. Cannon, Septemlier 19, 1880, After a short illness, the little child of brightness and beauty was snatched by the untimely hand of deatii from those who loved her most 'to enter the Iaradise not made with hands, eternal In the heavens." KEITH Monday. September 20, 1880, at 12 o'clock, C. W. Keith. Funeral will take place from the residence of his father, Louis Keith, 211 Jefferson street. Friends of the family are invited. ROBKRTt-ON At Eureka Springs. Ark., Thurs day, Septemlier 1, 1880, CKORue Robertson, in the Ma year of his age. A special train will leave tho Miss, and Tenn. Depot this (TUESDAY) morning, at V.30 o'clock, for the accommodation of all who may wish to at tend the funeral at Hernando, Miss. CORBETT On Monday morning, the twentieth instant, at raj Alalmma street, Michael J. Corbett. aged 32 years. The funeral will take place from his late resi dence nt 9 o'clock, this (TUESDAY") morning. Masonic Xotice. etOUTH MEMPHIS LODGE, No. 115 A O Will hold a special communication this i l lx-sUAl levelling. BepiemtK r Jlst, at 7!4 o'cioek sharp, for work in the F. c. degree All F. c.'s in goisl standing are fraternally invited. YiiUng brothers w ho have no one to vouch for them, will find an examining committee adjha'.l. at 7 o'clock. Bv order B. F. IIAIXER, W. M. Chaki.es I,. rn.t.BN, Secretary, HICKASAW LODGE, Xo. 8 Mem- ls'rs of this lodge nre requested to meet in their hall th(s (TUESDAY)-? morning, sent. 21st. at S::t0 o'cioek. to pay the last tribute of respect to our deceased brother. P. M- H. George Robertson, Members of sister lodge- are fraternally invited to unite witli us. A special train will leave the Miss, and Tc-un. Depot at 9 :sw a.m. and return at 1 p.m. By onler 11. W. El.LSBERRY, Y.U., Act. N. G. Ben K. Pt'Li.EN, Secretary. Old Folks or Shelby Conntjr. MEMBERS are invited to assemble at No. 20 Madison street (B. Richmond's) at o'clock this (TUESDAY") morning, to attend the funeral 01 Brother Gborue Robertson, whore remains will be takcu to Hernando by suecla'. tram for interment. 6. H. LAMB. President. j. p. Prestott. Secretary. Handsome Property Xear (be University of Virginia I OH hAl.K, SIX ACRES; buildings for small family: fine grove ; beautiful situation for larger house : specially adapted for a summer residence; m I joins the University. Apply (P. O. Univermlty of Ya.) to my agent, Mr. W. P. CONNELL, or to me, at Johns Hopkins University, Ralitniore, Md. R. L. GILDERSLEEVE. TARRANT'S SELTZER APERIENT, A cure for Indigestion frightful, A bubbling beverage delightful i A reiuetjr' iut every oilmen! O'er wh(ch the Billons make bewailment. A laxative, though mild, effective, A tonic, nervine and corrective; An anodyne and sudorific A wonderful .-.m ini, arts mt- Embodyins uvcry rare ingredient Thai Mother Nature deemed expedient, With, aimlly liberal hand to ftlng lino ine ninious iv-user spring. PRACTICAL OPTICIAN, ManntVictnrer of Opt ical Iustrnnents. :t North t'osH Nlreet. Memnlil. Tenn P. LAVIGNE, Importer ftnd Dealer in French Millinery, Human Hair AXD rAKCT QOOIM. "Vr'EW goods are received as soon as introduced. LN For styles and prices, no other house can sur pass ns in anything. JIot. Mme. iAVigne, the la dies' favorite, has returned, and will be happy to wait ou all her customers. 230 M AIN ST. MEMPHIS GINS 666 Main Street, 0pp. Miss, and Tenn. R. K. Depot. T HAVE AGAIN OPENED UP MY GINNING X lTAHLISHMENT With 4. ill. CiCHIHTH anil ii liner), ana bc'tu-r prt'i taren tomaKomore Uni cotton l i t "ii the ootton-sevd than any gin in this (itv. I ip.f.,,1 what I say. Give me a trial. All ootum liiHiirtMl. Baokft funiixhcd on applira tion. Vaton cotton ginned Irom the wagon, with out unloading in pens, when desired. J. V. PATK14 K. Proprietor. Floyd's RESTAURANT -AJfl Confectionery. ENLARGED AND IMPROVED Persons visiting the city can have their Meals at any Time. FRESH OYSTERS, Served in Elegant Style, will be a Specialty this Season. FLOYD'S CANDIES Are known everywhere. There are none better and very little at good. OWEN LILLY, PRACTICAL BUILDER OF FINE Light Carriages. T KEEP A SELECT STOCK (exrlntvrljr of 1 a aan msnnrnrlnrf) CONSTANTLY ON HAND. 1 am also prepared to buiki (TO OkHKKi any or all of the modern atylea of Ituu-Kli-s. an.l Kuniilv Carriafres now in use. I use liothiuis but the VERY BEST MATEK1AL, anil employ strictly first-class mechanics. REPUROG, In all its branches, done promptly and iu the best manner OW(X I I I I. Y . 44 A.Iain. .1. TINS PAPER a aaiw irirm owixLtco W w.papfr Advrrtisiiiaiaurrau (10 SPIiUCt Mum, wiilkk ad- uahu fMUIMVG CONTRACTS WM VIIHIf u uiuaioMuu inn I UHIY JfL TO THE TRADE! WE arc now ready with the Largest and most Complete Stock of Saddlery, Harness and 4'ollara ever exhibited in this city, all of our own manufacture, and far su perior in Quality, Style and Finish to goods produced in an- other market.. Embraced in our Stock are a large number of New Styles of SADDLES and BRIDLES (our own designs) not to be found in any other hone. There is 110 reason whv, after an experience of twenty-live years in Uie manufacture of these goods in Uiis city, that we cannot supply your wants at as Low Figures as New Y'ork, St. Louis. Cincinnati or Louisville. We have ever)- Lbor-9avlng Machine known to the trade: our hands as .skillful, and our material costs no more, and we shall certainly Is? satisfied with as small profits, as our cxiscnae are much less. Freight i a big item on common goods. To satisfy yourselves, order a small line of samples and coin- Gre with goods from other markets: if not satisfactory, return at our expense. With thank r the liberal patronage extended us, and earnestly soliciting your orders, which shall have prompt attention, we arc very respectfully, FERGI SOf A CO., 200 HAIDT, MEMjPHIN. WOODRUFF & OLIVER 175-177-179 MAIN ST. 176-178-180 FRONT ST. MANUFACTURERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN Carriages, Buggies, Wagons All kinds of CARRIAGE AND WAGON MATERIAL A FULL STOCK OF SADDLERY AND HARNESS, AND ALL OOODS PERTAINING TO THIS LINE. RKPAIKlXi IXIXI. WITH X K ATM EMM AMD DINPATt'H a i.i. KiMi or GENERAL AGENTS FOR THE Milburn, Fish Bros. & Tennessee Wagons. 1880IAUTUMNI1880 B. LOWENSTEIN & BROS. Take great pleasure in calling the attention of patrons and visitors to the city This Week to their PARALLELED OF FALL NOVELTIES! FAR EXCEEDING IN Variety, Quality, Styles ANY PREVIOUS BY ANY HOUSE Comprising the Very Velvet anil Satin Brocades Polka and Tlaid Satins Black and Colored Silks aud Satins, Black and Colored Plnshes Black and Colored Satin DeLyon, Trimming Silks and Satins Side-Band Twills French Plaids, Cloths Cashmeres Shoodas, Chudda newly introduced shades, Elegant Novelties in Black Uoods and Mourning Goods, Elegant Lines of Imported Hosiery, for ladies, misxes and children; Kid Gloves, Laces bons Exclusive Novelties in Handkerchiefs, Fancy Goods Buttons, Fringes and Ornaments Specialties in Ladies' and Misses' Suits and Cloaks, Full Lines of Flannels, meres Shoes Ladies' and Gents' in endless variety. We propose this season to maintain our reputation as the Leading House in the South, and the Headquarters of every Leading Novelty to be found in the New York market, besides many Exclusive Novel ties of our Own Import at ion. at unrivaled low prices. B. Lowenstein & Bros. J. J. Bt'MHY. J.J.BUSBY&CO. WHOLESALE GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS 274 FRONT STREET, MEMPHIS,. aaT't'otlon neparlment In fhar fll.W1jPattran. NEW FIRM. GERBEMWILSON DRY GOODS, Notions, Gents' Furnishing Goods 267 Main and 19 Court Streets. Flour! Flour! Flour! COLE'S 3 F. O. WE OFFER TO 2000 Barrels Above Celebrated Brands. SGHOOLRELD, HANADER & GO. 256 and Front Mtreet, Mem phi . ASR11 DISPLAY MADE IN THE SOUTH Latest Introductions of Brocade Silk and Wool Novelties, Handkerchief Suitings Mummy and Camel's Hair Suitings, in the Emhroideries Neckwear and Bib- Ginghams Prints Domestics Cassi- Underwear, Housekeeping Goods, JOHN H. TOOK t OIJS EXTRA, roiiF ORANGE. Jll lll HA.MsllM.Y i