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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL.
... . i . - VOL. XXXTX- NO. 24,6 ESTABLISHED 1S40. A j ; ic.v , ,, . -a. i T MEMPHIS, TEISr., SATUEDAY, OCTOBEE 16, 1S80. THE STATE CRISIS. A Paper rw ihf Times The Condition of th1 Oeinoerutlr Party of Tennessee l!-1 iewed Aft it hi Going Nov It i Muting on to llest ruction, mid it i.s ( it in a ltroail Aicanc y Which Hawkins the Kcpnlillcaii Candidate for Uorernor, .May Muri-h into the Capitol at Xunkville What we Most Do to he Saved. Kditob.1 Appeal What i the duty of the 1 Vn,.K r;:!K of Tennessee at the present hour'.' It is naaitavt that are a iliHuieiiilereI family, syaratel hy in want of mutual IcrirU araiic a to oar iineatioa alone (lie auliiuissiuti or ni.ii -nl'iiii-r i.'ii tn the people for ratification or rejection pi any couipro Btiae settlement that the legislature may make for the payment of tlie Iannis issued bv the State for the puriMisc of aiding in the eonipletiou of tile interna! improvements in the State. Divided hy the action of a con venlion upon :i nnraltmi which belong to the legislative, department; divided ly a mooted iiie.-liin, upon which there is a dif fcrewv of opinion in legal miml on to wlietlicr or not the fieople have a rigiit to de inand that any settlement 'f the State debt made hy tJie lejjinl Hurc with the holder of our Slate bonds shall lie tuhniitted to the people for their ratification or rejection at the ballot-box, it 'x- hooves the I Vmot rat of Tennessee u pause and calmly contemplate lac dire results to the material and political interests, lb welfare and happiness of the ih oplc of our j;r. at State involved in this un fortunate division of the Democratic party. It lilts already led to the disruption, and bids lair to lead to the ultimate ruin of our time honored utuly. l'urdoii me lor saying what I deeply feel that to destroy the people's parly; the par; of progress, as well an con servatism; the party which is the defender of the right of local government ami republi can liberty; the party of patriotism, and the defender alike of the right of ihe Federal government, as well as the right of the people of the .Slat. . and to pepetrate so great an iniquity umn a mooted point alone, and one far from lieiug of vital importance, i- so aatoiiixling as scarcely to be credible when announced. The submission to the peo ple i doubtless irregular, bat it in uct lo be im-..ivii thu it ix unrmiftitulitimd. The division in the party Uon this question, to say the least, will disrupt, if it does not destroy the party in Teiun-aaee for years to come; and this calamity is about to overtake us at a lime when tip.- uhKneiits of IVmocracy throughout the I unci Slat, s are straining every nerve to inaugurate "a strong Federal government" to invade and overthrow the right of the eoplc of the several State. If the Kepuhlicnn party i Mtecessful in this attempt to establish what they mildly term "a stroug government," then the fear enter tained by that great man the exalted pa triot who sleep at Hermitage, will havebjen realized, and republican liberty and the lo cal right of the people will he lost forever to a once free people. In hi farewell ad drea. President Andrew Jackson solemnly warned us in Ihe following well-considered words; "It i well kr.owu that there have always been, among u those who wish to en large the power of the general government, ami cxjierteiioc would cem to indicate that there i a tendency on the part of this gov ernment to overstep the boundaries marked out for i( by the constitution. Ju legitimate authority is abundantly sufficient for all pur pose for which it was created; and its low er beiny expriMdy enumerated, there can be no justification for claiming anything beyond them. Kvery attempt t v exercise power be yond these limit should be promptly and tlrilllv opj red foe nil f T.antp.lc will ead i otqer nieau rw still more mischiev ous; and if the principle of constructive powers, or supposed advantages, or tempo rary circumstance xhaUeverbe permiUalln ju tijylk J yf.u . o it iwernoi 71 m by the cm s.i'rlir.n, lhe yeneral yovet nifi'iU tettl before long nbirh nil the fMPen of 1-jLJat'um, anel yon trill kite; in (fleet but o le ( ',: , I aortrnment" And Mr. Jefferson, the Apostle and founder of t i ., i- . . . fl of in itliul it' l.i ! in tor. 1 MM I asks: "Vfoiild the honest patriot in the fill tide of suecosaful cxieriment ahuudon n gov ernment which ha so far Vept us free and tjrn), on the theoretic and visionary fear that tli is garerriment, the world's best hore nny. ,y possibility, WUn enriy to prese'rye itself ? F trust uot. leicre thin, on the contrary, the .t.'.inf ' uuctrnment i mrth," AVhy, even John .Vdauis, next to llamlttou as a great leader of the Federal party, counsel "respect ful attention to the constitutions of the indi vidual Htutes, and constant caution and deli cacy toward the State governments." It has remained for modern Federalism and degen- , aie politician to leach a dilleteip. dot.uiiie ji. regard tg uie right, or btateM anil the peo iile nl t)e rjta(es, r. tjarfielil 'wHen a nfem-Ih-r el congresH, eHuimiated viiai U I'Ve'-l and a. knowledged by hi party as its main luml.iiuental idea in regard to our complex mid well balanced system o( Federal and State governuicnts. llis startling language was: "Tho fame of Jefferson is waning; the lnie u( iamjlon is waning. We are drift ing toward u stronger gVeriiiuent. "Sir. Speaker, usi 1 aui .,... of. it." Aud iu advocacy of this anti-ltepublican sen liiqent. the big and the little Republicans, the well informed and the ignorant Republi can demanded attain aud' again, ttgt Ai us a stnmg goyctuipent." Are we true patriots, if by the lolly of our uncalled for division in the ' I ) -iin eratic party we permit the success! rtf the Republioaq parly in ibis Stte in f;ap: ,m in, lie' executive ur.d legislative depart ments. Ami shoitld the eajauiity befal our common country o( having Mr. (iartield in ugtisatod tV next President of the Priced States, either by a fait clecilon or fraud or try lreaou backed by Federal bayonet, to w'hai ptjrty, other than the '1 Vnioeratic, can, 2(e ((eopio for rescue worn the i-rtV !;sia whiclf ill assuredly fullow from a Federal government ho "strong" as to be able to break down nth impunity uf State Jinesj to opetae directy nuouut ni., n mj roiioving them frou the protection of our Wate CDurt. to be amenable U J'teral tri bunals ; to allef our la tpj Intervene in our domestic relation, and jrpctrate whatever else desiwtisiii may choose to do, even, to, the oreithrow of repnbluai) sovenuueiit, and thedestruetioit of pupular liberty? We oan not exHHit the Republican party, when In I ii our Slate government, to aban don the fundamental idea of that party, or to throw obstacle in the way of FadexaJ en eroacliii.onls ua) tle reserved right of the jieojde of tfce States. The natural sequence to the desjhdie doctrii.e advi-vatcd would be to alst in tholishing our Mate Hue, and re move the otstaeloa to the triumphant on slaught of '.his "strong government" upon tin i.c ssi saured right of the people. And leil It uoi in .scaiou i i ciiiuci ays y,te ui videtl and are wrangline, when despotism is threstcoii,' die liuerties Is-ipiCRlluM u by bur patriot fathers. And that, too, upon a ipiestion win. 1 1 could be adjusted to the sat isfaction of both wings of the parly (by reaamable uienl in hss lime than sixty minute. Think you xterily will not hold as Demi oeats (if WP further delay to close our ranks awl stand united ti solid phalanx against the a-aatilt ujMn local government hy the advocate of a stn.iiB Federal goveru meiul scarcely less culpable than the Re publican themselves? Am I taking a too highly colored view of the dread result which must naturally spring from the advo cacy, laud it i an earnest advocacy) of the ii.iiiger.ms doctrine contained in what i mildly called a strong Federal government? The Democratic party must not longer remain divided, It ha too vital iuterest depending 111111 it unity. In the low estimate of dol lars and cejit alone (losing all sight of patriotic detoUonl the integrity thi party considered in relation to another stupendous aud entirely different contest an ailing the people, is worth to them more than the amount ol the State debt ten time told over. I allude to a contest to be waged by ihe Deaaoeraue party on behalf of the people (for it is the only people's party) agauist tow exactions and imperious assumption- of tic.-.- huge corporation chartered and aidwl bv the people' government 101 the priiatolion of the iieople's iiilerets. If tle I Vnioeratic parly, Icy it divisions, should Iw come impr.lciil to protect wealth-producing laisir mini tlie unjust exactions ol aeciimu l ite.1 capital, reprcNcntiui; Ssl.lsSl.iHKIor i!t, (MKI,(HN1 in railroads in the State, there i- no oilier political party which can aud will ouair to the aid of the people in restraining them within the limits of the just and proper ii.t. nt with which they were chartered. These corporations, chartered by the people's legis latirc with special privileges, discriminate against the productions of our own citii u in charges against way freights to an extent which padded to the losses occasioned bj ' . I ...... I ' 1 it . . - T I ' ' . .. ... I I ' ' ' I I neglect to transport way freight as pntmptly as thev do llirough treigiit amount probab ly within a vear to a sum of money sufficient to pay the State debtreduced to fifty cents on the dollar, in less than two years. Fellow Itemocrats, let not our hopes mould our opinion.- ii, this tinfur innate crisis. It is to our shame that the mortifying spectacle of the grandest party that ever shielded the Vmcticaji puople in their rights- the party that stood; by the cradle of local government when it was born; tho parly which Wash ington honored, ami which Jetlerson inaugu rated, which Madison and a host of bril liant Democrats illustrated by their patriotic services in the cause of republican liberty; the party which has saved our grand and beautiful and heucficiriit exierimeut in ejf yorimmenl, and made it the wonder and admiration of the world. A party which has by its devotion to the rights of man, and in opposition to the long-continued effort of those who have ever aimed to augment tlie powers of our Federal gov ernment DeyoQa the constitutional powers rightly licloiiging to it, thereby changing its very nature, andcoustituting it unwillingly ) a despotism as pemieious and intolerant as any wjich blooms and strengthens liencath the g. nial inttiiFncrw of an oriental Ay. 1 repeat it is to our undying, everlasting Jut mi-, if we pet in it the 1 VuusTatic party to be slaughtered in the house of its friends, in one State alone, bv our wretched division ami obstinate antagonisms on one point alone, and that a mooted point, and which is by no means vital to constitutional liberty, because of Isung an aggression (as many good Demo crats contend j upon the fundamental powers belonging to the legislative department, as adjusted by our Stale constitution. No, wo must not thus divide and destroy our conserv ative usefulness to this State, at this all-important juncture in the fate of republican ism. I am ashamed, but not deterred from stating that I am daily more and more con vinced that our division will transfer the legislation of our State into the dangerous possession of a party whose chief aim, for the last ten years, has been, without altering our matchless Federal constitution, to create a etnmtj ijorerntneHl o trong in its work ings as to eventuate in an autocracy which can and w ill stamp out constitutional liborty iu the State. If the aims of the Republican party in regard to Htreiigthening the Federal head beyond what is now accorded in the constitution ( and we earnest ly desire that it may ever remain paramount in the legiti mate iMjwcrs belonging to it under the consti tution I be permitted by the folly of divisions among Democrats, then the warnings of this communication are not mine, they are the warnings of those great ami good men who founded this grand peo ple's government and placed it in successful operation iu the care of their countrymen , as a sacred heritage to be guarded with jealous a- d sleeploi vigilance, ami to be transmitted down through all time as the most beneficent aud priceless blessing conceived, perfected and crystalized for the good of man. Demo crat, to whose special care this trevure be longs, cannot atlbrd to divide, even in one State, and imperil by their separation the safety of this priceless heritage. It is the leaders of the factions within our great party who are responsible for our ill-considered di visions. The mass of the Democrats of Ten nessee stand amazed at their icesent divided condition. With anxiety they approach each other and ask: "In what do we differ? Are you in fnvor of paving the just and legal debt of the State.'"" All, both Wright and Wilson men, answer in the affirmative. There are no high-tax and low-tax Demo crats. Without a solitary exception (saving only a few miserable indi'vidiiaU who would, if they could, blush wheu they admit they wish to repudiate the honest debt of the State) the Dt uocrats of the State favor a rate of taxation only suibcient to carry on the government of the State and to meet the interest of our just indebtedness, after an ad justment shall have been made upon the best terms that can be made with our creditors. There is abundant reason why a deduction in the accumulated debt should be made, as well adjudication bclweou (he Statu and the railroad-, now sinoe the suit against the railroads hy the bondholders has been decided, relieving the roads of primary lia bility for the bonds issued by the State. But my letter is glowing too long, and I must not discuss the debt question. 1 am pleading alone lor the integrity of our grand old par ty. Den t any it is too late. Many a mo mentous decision, affecting the very existence of nations, has been made in one-tenth uf the lime we have to prepare fur the culmina tion of the imjicndiiur eyil. Let us demand a new convention, jt ns in that convention adopt a platform upon which all Democrat can consistently stand. Such a one was of fered iu the late State convention, It was known as the .lohnson-MvXoal proiosition. r. vents l;ave row that this patriotic eftort to prevent a split in the party was the very essence of political wisdom. The pressure of circumstances now proves to my mind that such a proposition would be eagerly accepted ami united upon, outside of those noble and oxaltiugseutimentsof patriotism w hich would move Democrats of all shades of opinion to compromise for the good of the party a.nd the safety, honor and welfare ni e people. I .et t!,c -.H-iv-pucer;. p.cu with their far reaching lnrfuence; let the people assemble in primary uicctiugs bothWrijglit and Wil son men- and I'.eiuaud of the executive com mittoc iLlll uotiber convention be culled. Then give us one candidate for governor, not two for one Is about as many as we can elect but with a united Democracy we can elect him by o0,000 majority. Save tit. legis lature; save z Fnited Mutes senator; save two or three members of congress we are now in danger of losing; prevent the State from being redistricted, and lot us become a living branch of the grand National DeinnSMOy which is the shiblsdv'b, of republican gov ernment. Willi Hancock as President, a liemocratic congress, and in our home affairs a Democratic governor and a Democratic legislature all w ill lie safe, ami ,,niai liber ty protect UyretMc . . Bouv.ar. Txxx., (VtoberM, iX AKrleultuMt . .meiil ol ion Report A-niNi; ton, Vtober 15. he return) of (kjtober received at the dopartnieiit ,j agri culture give the conditio;, ol Ihe cotton crop at heiug a decline of 8 per cent, since svptember pat. Compared with the returns i Ml i i ed at the same time l.i year jhcre s a gain of 2 per pe'.. fo(lci wiug sum. li.ary el Oe ioor.ts by States; Sojrth ar olina, 2 counties glvi average of 9.'5, against 77 1m year; South Carolina, 2(1 counties an average of 87, against, jij last year; tieorgia, 54 cotmtie nu average of 88, against 77 ycarj Vlurida, 12 cnmtle an avpr-aa- of M, uuainsi Hl last year; Alabama, :'2 c.uiutio alt average of S.r, against 79 lost year; Mississippi, 44 counties an average of ,0, against o-j WHw, Louisiana, i-i mmw tie an average ot 70, agu.tist 80 last Xf'.v". Tex: 86 counties an averane a Vs, aajust ist voar- Arkas, ii'2'couutioti an av 1 ,U V4, aigalust Wl last year; Tennessee, tio last eragc lo lounties an average of Si, against KHi mm year. The Atlantic States all report favor able weather and the crop two weeks earlier than last year. Opera Week of 1 ,.,1 lumui Brext ;- . nary . CunuWATI, Octolier 15. The Cincinnati College of Music to-day publishes the utlicial announcement of a week of opera to be given February next under its aus pices at Music Hall, on a scale of mag nitude not potihle in any theater in this country. The Mapleson troupe will ls reinforced with a chorus of 300 from the ..jay festival churn, of this city, and with an orchestra of 100 orchestra voiivs. The operas t hnson are Mote in Eyypt, Itohanjrtit, FuleUit, Mritti'eii and Maaie Flute. Music Hall is to be fitted erv. up with tomiHirary scen- o.isi.lenibly rrlKhtenctl. Niiw York, October IS. A Washington I special to the iW says that the training ship ; Miuucsoto, on its way from New York lo j Hampton linads, where she has gone to par ticipate in the naval drill, struck on a sandbar in rough weather, carrying awav part of her of rigging and keeled over dangerously, and for a moment was in a most perilous situation, and great excitement prevailed for an instant, but the ouicvr- succeeded in preventing a panic and iu extricating the ship from her danger. Ea illusion or n Cannon-OMBftMBBJ Tkuy, .N. Y., Ootqlier lo. At a Republican demonstration at Johnsonviue last night Charles Nutting, Nellie illiug, Chajre(i Thomas, John ray and a Frenchman, name unknown, were injured by the explosion ol a cannon. Nuttings leg was shattered, Will ing' b it arm torn to piece - since ampuut- ed, and it is thought he will die. t harles Vriiouias, agisl eight, had llis loll leg torn 1 pieces, and he v. 111 the l-'rciichuiau wore prof luju irobablv die. Fay and red slightly. TWO H ore Victim ihe ol I Mini. F1rrsm1u.11. October 14.- Mary Suiu baugh and Wilaui rump, victims of the, raih. . ad disaster on Saturday night, died ut the West Pennsylvania hospital lust u ight. Thin wakes thirty-two up to date. A GALA DAY At the Shelby Connty Fair Yesterday The Attendance by Far the Largest of the Ws-ek Premium Awarded for Horses and Mules. Uood Display of Swine, Sheep nnd Poul try Two Trotlinir Matches- Drill by the BliilTCity r.ruvs -Bird Shoot ing The Proprainiui? for To-Day. Yesterday was the fourth day of the fair by the Shelby county grange association, and notwithstanding Ihe threatening Riin all the forenoon, that was dispelled only at slight intervels bv a bright sky and brilliant sun, the attendaniv was, hy manv hundred.-, the largest of the week. The ladies, turning out iu full force, gate the grand stand a most brilliant appearance. From the full attend ance by representatives from all our sur rounding towns it was evident tluit there was more interest taking hy our ncis hbsjN than by our citizens. This should not lie so, as it is well known that the success of ''our annual fair" will add greatly to the fuller develop ment of our agricultural Jvaonrces and cause a vast improvement iu the breeding of all kinds of -tec',,. The Day's Fros-rnmmr commenced with an exhibition of HUM of All work. No. 1. lies! stallion, three years and over, SIO. Four entries: J. II. Wahlran enters King of Hearts, ('. M. Wahlran enters South ern Chief, S. II. Havocs enters tiroen Kivcr, H. D. and J. R. (Irecr enter . The premium was awarded to Greer's entry and a certificate given to (ireen River. No. 2. Rest mare, three vears and over, $10. Nine entries: Mrs. 8. J. Flam, R. P. Means, J. T. Alsobrook, C. W. Alsobrook, Mrs. T. J. Latham, Doyle Pearson, Hugh ireer, George Smith, Itetmis Sexton. The premium was awarded to "Mrs. S. J. Flam's entry, v.hich was exhibited by Captain John D. Wahlran, who was inade the recipient of a most elegant basket of rare flowers. A certificate was g-vtn t Mr. J. T. Alsobrook's entry. No. 15. Rest stallion between two and three years, S10 .One entry; John Dennic, and pre mium. No. 4. Rest mare two years antl under, !?-. Six entries: J. R. Nolan enters Maud Mid ler, S. 1. ToLridge enters Cteopatrie, Willie Suggs enters , J. D. Wahlran enters Maud G, J. I). Waldran enters Belle I Are, Ruck Hunt enters . Premium awarded to Relle Ix'e.and certificate to Man 1 Muller. No. ". Best stallion between one and t.vo years, So. 'iVo entries: Hugh Greer, W. II. Wallace. Premium to Wallace and certifi cate to ireer. No. t. Rest mare between one and two years, ?. One entry: S. D. Dunscomb, jr. Premium. No. 7. Rest aackling stallion under 1 rear old, ?". Four entries: W. R. May, Hugh Greer, J. A. Fleece, Dr. Hammnntree. Pre mium to John A. Fleece, certificate to Dr. Haminontree. No. 8. Rest suckling mare under 1 year, So. Five entries: Willie Suggs, J. T. Also brook, Mrs. T. J. Latham, S. H. Brown, John Dennie. Frcmiumto Mrs. T. J. Latham, cer tificate to J.T. Alsobrook. No. S. Rest gelding, 3 years and over, 5. Two entries. R. D. Goodyear, W. R.Cross. No premium, entries unworthy. DEPARTMENT K SWINE. Xo. 1. It.-; Berkshire boar, .". Milton Blocker; of Byhalia, Miss., premium. Nn. 2. Best Berk-hire sow, ". Milton Blocker, premium. No. 10. Rest sow, any breed, S"). Milton Blocker, premium. No. 11, Rest lot pigs, andyr 6 montha. y Milton Blocker, premium. No. 12. Best pair fat hogs, $o. II. K. Can non, premium . No. 1:1. Rest jien fat hogs, So. II. F. Can non, premium. cnuaai no. 2 shkec. No. 1, Rest southern buck, So. Five en tries: Milton Blocker, W. C. Dunn, L.'l). tloodvear, F- FitxgiUhon, F. Fif.giblion. Premium to Milton Blocker. No. 2, Rest Southdown ewe, So. Five en tries: W. C, Luun, R. 1). Gisslyear. two en trios; E. Fltlgibbou, two entries, l'remiiim to W. C. lhinn. No. It. Rest Cotswool buck, So. A. R. Kllis, premium. No. 7. Rest lot fat imittoii.Slu. A. 11. Filis, premium. Nu, Best and heaviest clean fleece, So. Two entries; K. E. Saunderson, Milton Mocker. Premium to Saunderson. 1)K1" AI1T.M KXT I. CLASS I!. No. 2. lies: pair Brahuias, SI. Two tn tries: W. C. Stirle, H. K. Cannon, Premium to Stirle. No. 2. Iiest pair turkeys, SI. Two entries: II. F. Cannon and Mrs! Uonlap. Premium to Cannon. No. ". Itesi. white China geese, $1. Hi F. Cannon, premium. Ho. 19. I!est pair game thickens, si. C. 15. Nolan, prutniwik. X,l LErt. Ilosl miih, two years old, 110. C. W. Harbort, premium. llest mule, one year dd So. lViyle I'car son, premiuiQ. KYrriN(i match, fastest double-team, both horses to bo owned br exhibitor; mile heat-; two cutt ies: Chas. Grallina entered a pair of sunvls, J. A. Tor rest entered a vx uf blacks. Mes-rs. W. S. Pope, A, J. Harris aud 15. K. Sharps were the judges. J-ir.t ei. fiallina's team had tb.o polo and led from the score to the haU-mile pole, when Forrest's team closed up and passed (iailina's at the three-qnartar pole. Down the home-stretch the blanks showed the peo ple some admirable trotting, while the sor rels wore working badly. The heat was won by Forrest: Oallina second. Time 2:5ti. .'fo.'nl Jest Forest hud the pole. The start was made on the first attempt, Forrest's team taking the lead and continuing to open space to the half-mile pole, with ihe team trotting inline style. Meanwhile Gallina's team was acting Itadly, the oil-horse being in a full rite, vo sd the distance to the thrcc- ui.h.-,. po.li-, w hen thev , lioiue-stretch, but when" when thev settled down lor the near the grand stand his off-horse again broke and continued to run to the string. Forrest's blacks came in a good first, winning the heat and the money. Time 2:oO Ketwccu tle Ucsis there was an exhibition of An BEST SA1UU.K STALLION. 1 Two onirics: J. 1). Waldran enters King of Hearts; H. D. and .1. K. (ireer enter Col onel Jctle-son. Premium to King oi Hearts, certificate to Colonel Jcucrson, Just aflcr this exhibition the long threat ened showor of rain made their first ap pMfHMR am) continued at intervals during the remainder of the afternoon. TIIK Dlttl.l. was the rext feature in the day's programme, which doubtless attracted manv spectators to the grounds. It w as considerable disappoint ment to many when it was discovered that only one company (the Bluff City Oraya) w as entered for the drill. Tho judges were Gen eral A. J. Vaughn, Captain S. T. Carnos, of the Chickasaw (iuards, and Caitain John l. Waldran, of the Light titiards. Owing tojtlie tact ol only one company to drill and the short intervals between showers, the judges ordered the company through the manual of anus anl field movement, which thev did in stylo and you might say "doublc-iiiiiok time." and was awarded the premium. The follow ing is ii list id the members participating: Captain Commanding Herbert Rbett, First Lieutenant Hugh Petti t, Second Lieutenant Kollar Aiiilorson, First Sergeaut Will. P. WUdberger. Beoand Sergeant acting) W. 15. Armour. Privates Messrs. Looney, t lum nior, Bother, Mason, Stone, .lb-n, Anderson, Armour, Bonbean, Clarke, Carter, Kllis, Farals-s-, Fleece, Franklin, Harlurt, Hunter, Hutton, Holmes, Hay.Uii, Long, Royster, While and Winn. Al'tei the drill a basket o U aiuilui Ib.w, is. with a card colaiuiui; tlie motto, "Success to the t irvvs," was uuietlv prese nted to the com- j ,;.;,. !, s,:,,;,. Thnrman. u. Mi Bsissinni, J or the entertainment ol the crown alter the drill, hicl( closed the day's iirotjramme, ANUTI1KK TKOTTlSli MATl ll was a-rangi-d lor mile heats, host three in ie, HO entrance; winner to receive Ai', second -2.' and thin! SlBj distance baited. Thiee entries: J. F. Stacy enters Charley 'I. S. Harris enters Billy J5. J- Fuller enter. ijttle John. Messrs, S. T. fames, 11. JL. Galon and R. R. Sharpe were chosen judges. l-'intt Iletd. Charley T had the pole; Billy R second, and Little John third. The start was made all in a line, Charley T went off his feet at the word "go," which wa Little John's chance to go to the lead, but Charley soon went to work in firm stylo, passing to the front, and continuing to put distance tietwcee him and the competitors to the hall-mile pole, where he was four lengths ahead, Billy R and Little John doing tine trotting all the while, and lsith close together. At tho three-q Barter mile polo Billy passed John and went for Charley, who he force ofl his feet several times to the string, while Little John was keeping up tlie rear. Charley T came under the string fully four lengths ahead, with Little John and Billy R near together in the order named. Charley T wins the heat; Little John second, and Rilly B third. Time 2:42. Second lieut. They went from the string in even order, when Charlie T was urged off his feet, but which he soon regained; Little John second, and Billy R third. Charlie continued to lead a good two lengths from the quarter to the half pole, with Rilly IS and Little Jonn together. Rilly R made a little advance move on Little John at the three-quarter pole, and soon showed he was going for Charlie T down the bonu trel.-b, b it could not win. Charlie T won the heat; Rilly R second, Little John third. Time Third Ileal.- This heat was called, when a drizzling shower came up, which caused the drivers to come to the scratch without any extra maneuvers. At the word "go" Little John broke and was not at his work again till the other two had reached the quarter pole, leaving him way Indiaul. Charley T kept the lead w ith Rilly R close on to him, which position was maintained to tlie string, when Charley T broke and ran under, which lost him tho heat. Rilly B first, Charley T sec ond and Little Johu third. Fourth Heat The previous heat's result caused Charlie F's driver to move things this heat. He sent his horse to the lead from the start, and was closely follow by Billy B, both leaving Little John iu the rear, where he was entertaining himself by running the en tire distance to the half-mile pole. The po sition was little varied, save an increase of the distance to Little John. They came in under the string iu the same order, Charlie T winning the heat and race; Billy B second, Little John third. There was another one of those abomiiible quarter races started, which, after the usual amount of delays, was run and won by a lit tle unknown black horse. THE UtUD SlIOOTIKO showed the usual number of attendants, which has been very large during the entire week. Owing to the heavy clouds, high w ind and occasional showers the programme for the day was not carried out, out several private matches were substituted. The two following contain the names of the principal "shots," which will suffice to show what kind of shooting was done: FIRST SHOOT. Five birds; twenty-one yards rise; first, s -cniid and third money. Fight entries. D Meriuaao ''arv Hurt Tucker Msltnry... Pnstoll mn 1 1 1 1 0- 4 1 4 11 0 a 1 a The ties divided the money in each case. SECOND SHOOT. Fonr birds; twenty-one yards rise; for pot. Five entries. Tinker 1 1 1 i I'oslon 1 1 1 u llmwn 1 0 0 0 1 ,:r 1 1 1 14 Wagoner 1 0 1 1 3 The ties divided the jwt. Mr. Cookrall, manager of the shisoting department, in forms us that to-day there will be shooting from oarlv morn till evening, and invites all to call. He has birds enough for everybody, and intends to let his department rank second to none on the ground for sport. THE DISMAYS were considerably increased in all the de partments yesterday, and several entirely new exhibitors. Among them we note the display of "Latting's soap," which is one of unr leading manufacturing interests, and is well known to all our dealers and consumers. Th ore was also a collection of chickens and geese by II. F. Cannon, C B. Nolan and W. C. Stirle that were very attractive. For the Appeal. tide tm Hi.- our I land ..1 1..0 Bale. Hail ! cotton hale of texture rare. We secd voii to the Memphis fair With lioj.es now rising to the skies Thai mm will win the largest prize. First "picked and mntoil" in the field. In liaskcls packed a Immitcoiis yield. Then "moled," picked. treMtred icj ..i;.. Weiiosseil you throuKh the cotton gtn. l'roin pyramids of snowy cream As Reunions as a poet'B dresut We picked the motes once vuucfe and last Then in the bale we held you fast, ltlest I. -ile, as you now sicvd away Remember tho light hearts left hire to-day. For now end our headaches, mil and latin's And now evimesa rest for hands and brain N"ii:lit viirils are over, and happy are we To aid in the enterprise of old TeliueKseo. So luck le. you, cotton, we say with a sih A ml all of your "motets" bid you Kood-bye. To-Dnj'n PrHrnmmf. ItOADSTEKS UN TROTTlNti HORSES. No. 1. Best Stallion Prise, silver cup. No. 2- ISest Mare Prize, silver cop. No. licst (ielding lrixc, silver cup. JACKS AND JKXXtTTS. No. 1. Beet Jack Prize, silver cup. No. 2. llest Jennet -Prize, silver cup. nunatR pjlcusq hoksk. For mare or gelding, mile heats, best two in three; first horse to receive SsjO, second k no.-,- to ieceie .t. BEST l'.ARII-js. Best boy or girl baby under two years old, three or more to compete. Prize, baby car riage. ppOJKttt and fir aa It'lTi sitooTixt; Fitarr .sHisjT, S200. Kight single birds, twenty-six yards rise, 12 entrance; forty, thirty, twenty and ter. !cr cent. The first prize, cash, IS80; He--ond prize, cash, $bl); third prize, cash, SCO; fourth prize, cash, S2U. KB I IN 11 SHOOT. Fifteen balls, rotary trap, 18 yards riac, $5 entrance; 00, 150 and 20 per cent. First prize, $."50. Second prize, $18. Third prize, 12. THIRD SHOOT. Greener's now club gun, 12 guage, four siuglo birds, 21 yards rise, $7 entrance. OHIO ( MM KI . M. ft A. OliiccrN 1 1 el Ml I to nrnlilc t'ondllton Of the Vssoci.-i 1 ion KeporteU npm M'elcouie "lectin. S.VNtifsKY, October lo. The fourteenth annual convention ol the Mate association 01 the Young Men's christian association of Ohio met in the Congregational church, Sandusky, this morning. II. Thane All Her, of Cincinnati, president of the Stale association, called the conven tion to order. Alsutt sixty delegates, repre senting twenty-live associations, were in at tendance. 11. Ihane .Miller was re-elected president, and M. T. Curran, of Sandusky, secretary. ltcHirts were presented from some twenty associations, showing the condition of the association of the State to be verv favor able. The international work was presented by K. l. lngersoll, of New York ; district work by M. Sand, of Colunihus; personal conse cration by Win. Johnson, of Cleveland; open air nnd other religious work by Thomas K. free, f New York. Among other leading association men who ere present were: alter C. Tisdell, state secretary; K. lturnham, secretary of Cincin nati ; W. II. Sands, secretary, Columbus; J. N. I tally, secretary, Cleveland; F W. Wag goner, railroad secretary, Columbus; Frank Smith, railroad secretary, Toledo; Lang Sheeff, railroad secretary, Clevelaud, and T. Ix-mar, secretary, Cleveland; Mr. Thos. K. Cree, traveling secretary; K. I. lngersoll, railroad secretary, New York, representing the international committee. Mr. Win. Johnson, of the Cleveland Tab ernacle, conducted the music of the conven tion. The welcome meeting this evening at tracted a large anndience. After the ad dresses lhe ladies served an elegant eolation, to which full justice was dune by the delegate- and their friends. Mini Deiut By ni Klval. St. Loi is, t k-tolior l "i Jim Shirley started last nighi to take Mollie Wright to a dance at James Miller's, near the towu of Kane, (ireen county, Illinois. Matt. Munday fol lowed them, qd attempted to take the girl away from Shirlev, but (ailing, shot Slip-lev dead, lie ajaa fired at the girl, and then tied, and al l.c-i account.- had not been captured. STIRRING ADDRESS . 4&hU- rf. From the Reuiocrutic F recittlve (' mitte of liuli.ititi i .- 1'rge the Kuiploymciit of all the P.iicrsry uuil Resources of the Part) I'ntll the iNI or November, and Victory will be Ihe Result The Fraud and Corruption by Which the Late Elect ion was Carried Can not be I sed Attain. Indiakapoms, October 15: The Demo cratic executive comnrittec have issued the following address to tie Democratic and in deendent voters of Indiana: The result of the election last Tiiosit is a deep disap pointment lo us all. Tho extent of the suc cess which the Republican party has achieved in this State is as much a surprise to the Republicans as it is to the Democrats, and proves that tlie majority of the Republi can party were as ignorant ol the moans which their corrupt leaden were employing as we were. The temporary loss of our .State is a calamity that time will enable us to retrieve, but the Injury which our free in stitutisjns will sustain, resulting from the frauds and corruption practiced by the Re publican loaders to secure their triumph, is incalculable. The diuses which enabled the Republican party tit succeed in the elec tion are now plain. The partial success of their dastardly scheme to Africanize our State for political purposes; the corrupt nse of money for the purchase of votes; the importation and use of repeaters, protected by Fnited States deputy-marshals and the aid derived by them from the use of the Fed eral machinery of elections, under the pre tense of mperviaiag; the election of members of congress. In the Presidential election we will not have to encounter these forces to the same extent as in uur State election. Their corruption fund will have to be divided among many States; their repeaters will be at home, and tln.se of them who were dis charged from arrest by deputy-inarshalB or on straw bail will not be likely to make their apearaiicc in our State soon again. We shall have no Federal marshals or Fed eral machinery to contend against. We arc thoroughly united in our councils. Whatever our adversaries may say to the contrary is wholly untrue. We therefore call upon you not to relax any of your efforts; jmt new life and energy into your county ami township organizations and take all meaiiura; in your power to bring mt your full strength to the k11s. The same vote lolled hy usl in October, if polled in No vember, will secure to us the State. The average majority against us at the late elec tion will not exoved 4000, and may fall be low that figure. This majority can, and in our opinion will lie, overcome in the Presi dential election, A change of three votes in each precinct wjll accomplish i. Remember you have a leailer in this contest who never sounds a retrofit, and he commands an army that never snrr endern. WILLIAM It. ENGLISH, THOMAS A. IIKXDRICKS, J. K. MclKINAI.ll, FKAXKI.IN LANDKKS, WILLIAM FLEMLNU, J. U. CHAPS EY, t). 0. STKALKV. Executive t ouuuittce. i:1IAX-AiKNT It I : It It Y tpisi rrom the rinerltr- Ills Fr of V jolenec from the Oiitrnitcl Peo ple of t'olormlo. OfRA v, Coi.., Octolier lo. The sheriff of Qnaaiaeai county, accomjianied by a deitity I nited States marshal, went to the agency and arresteil Agent Berry for the outrage at ('line's ranches The agent requested tho marshal to accompany him to tlie military camp to procure an escort for protection, as he was utraid the people of Gosniaon might avengu the death of Jackson as soon as he passed ihe line of the reservation. The of ficer tc maincd all night in the military eat.ips hv? tind the agent occupying the same bed. Ikuring the night the agent gave the oftic er the slip and disapw?ared. The officer writes to Ouray that he will have the pris oner if it takes a year. Passengers arriving by coach rejsirt Cline and the sheriff at In dian creek, on their way to (iunuisoii. The .tage-l river reports that the employes at the Sigency lire badly frightened. LAW REPORTS. 4 'hnncery four! Jf cOowell. Jmljc Calendar for Monday, October ISth: 1004, Whitmore vs Whitmore; 1117, Howes vs Trigg; 1:514, Topp vs city ; 1. '51 8, Butler vs Moore; 2284, Mansion! vs Gas company; 2280, Anderson vs Bonlnnd; 22sio, AVormlcy vs Pickett; 2.'!0:5, Selma railroad vs Bolton; 2;!06, Bussell vs Herndon; 2:521, Bagby vs Maytlwell: 2:5.'5I, Hill vs Sanderson; 2336, Anderson vs Keid; 2361, Harrell vs Payue; 230ti, Prescott vs Stevens; 2367, Brown vs Branniii; 23(iS, Little vs Bates; 2:571, Ashby vsTess; 2.'57C, Moroland vs Greenlaw; 2.'J05, Brown vs Cooper; 2402, Bierce vs Helnian; 2414, Hickens vs Neal; 2424, Mahoney vs Walsh; 245(5, Edmonds vs Harris; 2401, McClelland vs Siglcr; 2465, Flaherty vs Cal a'un; 2178, Adktne vs Johnston; 2479, Hatcher vs Myers; 2481, State vs Irby; 2488, Warner vs Knight; 24!)!', Niles vs Green law ; ZoOS, Martin vs Saucer: 250(5, Donald son T Prescott; 2511, Orgill vs Daley; 2-V20, Iea vs Shelby county; 2522, Movers vs Chase; 2529, Frayser vs Wilson; 2532, Shelby county vs Snyder; 2-i:5:5, Saint vs Fraim; 2-VI7, "Bliss vs I'arter; 2548, Knight vs Early; 2011, Yollins vs Anderson; 2612, Grader VI Grader; 2010, Gentry, ex parte; 2022, Boson -bach vs Docrnberg; 2024, Butts vs Conn; 2ii2s, Norris vs Marcpiis; 2631, Johnston vs Whitfield; 2G40, Bussell vs Herndon; 2045, Doherty vs Doherty; 2040, DUman vs John son. Troublewomc Dr. Toomaa. KocKFotti , III., Octolier 15. The Bock Biver Methodist Fpiscopa! conference this morning made as an order for 10 o'clock to morrow, a set of resolutions reoiuesting the celebrated divine, Dr. Hiram W. Thomas, to withdraw from the Methodist Fpiscopal church at this session. The reasons set forth are that he holds doctrinal views at variance with the historic theology of the Methodist church, and is avowedly conscientious 111 maintaining them, and that his doing so is a source of continued irrita'iou to himself ai d disturbance to the pence of the church, and injurious to the cause of religion. A cf.KAit head and ipiick action must bo possessed for steady and successful effort: but who can have such while suffering from cold? I'se Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup and pro cure immediate relief. F. LAVIGNE, Importer and Iiesler In FTeneh Millinery, Human Hair AXD FAXCY COOnS. EY goesls lire received hs soon as introdutied. . Ji'or styles aiul iirices. no other house can iiur - u- 111 anything. Xnlr.- Mine. Lstvine, lhe tft uiis' favorite, has returned, anil will le tulpciy la w cu all her cuatomcni. iw M.t ttfjf. inriirnm apkbiext. MtltHS STYLE -AND- ELEGANCE! DRESSMAKING DEPARTMENT MUCH FM. t IM.F.I!). Tills Ilepiirtment has Riven such satisfaction as to compel ns lo double its size. Krehiers are now prepared to furnish Dresses complete loonier. FOR TWENTY FIVE IM1M.A RS -Twenty differ ent styles new Black and Colored Woolen Fabrics. FOR THIRTY DOLLARS Forty different styles Plaid Handkerchiefs, in plain and combination effoclB. FOR THIRTY-FIVE DOLLARS Sixty-five as sorted styles Mouchoir Costumes, new Itrocatelles. FOR FORTY DOLLARS One hundred styles rich materials Velvet and Plush Trimmings, ff FOR FIFTY DOLLARS Rich Brocade Silk Cos tume, Satin combination. Black (Jros-Grain Silk, well trimmed. FOR SIXTY-FIVE DOLLARS Blac'c Satin de .Lyon Costume, handsome jet trimming. FOR SEVEXTY-FIVE DOLLARS Satin Merveil leuee Costume, jet broidcriev OXE HUNDRED DIFFERENT STYLES COS TUMES from eighty-live to three hundred dollars. Orders from aarroniMlinjr elUe nnd country receive prompt intention. SAMPLES SENT ON APPLICATION. SPECIAL! KREMER'S DISP LA Y PARIS BONNETS From the Most Celebrated H ikers. KKKMKlt'S DISPLAY RICHEST For Elegant Costumes ever Imported. KREMER'S DISPLAY WRAPS IHCH AM) SUPERB SELECTIONS. M. & E. G. KREMER&CO. IS A TIIOROIGII REMEDY lu every case of Malarial Fever, and Fever and Ague t while for disorders of the stomach, torpidity of the liver, indfcestiuii and disturhmiees of the animal foreeM, wtiieh debilitate, it lias no equiva lent, ana can nave no suosimue. 11 siiouni not oe confoundeil uith triturated compounds of cheap spiritsiiud essential (dls, often sold under the name of Bitters. Sold hy druggists and general dealers, and at wholesale hy C. r. Hunt Jc Co. and Ji. J. Seninie & Co. HOOK &LAGR1LL We are now receiving our New Stvles of WALL PAPER WINDOW SHADES! The recent rush having cloned out near ly all uf last season's stock, our goods will, for the coming season, be of the NEWKST DESIGNS, just from the arti sans hands. We have a targe force of sober, competent mechanics, and can now execute all work intrusted to us, with neatness aud dispatch. 289 SECOND ST., Cor. MADISON. " i c - 1 So s CO i rTl CM o a eg a Z. i t "3 "rfeca q 2 tn. o allnfsl DEMOCRATIC rpilK HKMOX RATIC CANrdDATHS FOR COX I grrss nnd Rtate Iiisliitiin- will address the liooplr of Mhi lby comity Mt the lollmviiiK tlmea Hlld I'l.'trr- 'nlllprvill, Katnrda; . o. lolx r I6lh. Urrniantowa, load . October isi h. Bartlctt, TupmIh) . Oetober IMk. stem nrl'N t iirnrr. l.t Dlatrlrt. Weinns lay, ctker SUi. l.ne.v, Thursday, October 21t. (Uher Democratic speakers will aUo belli attend, auix' an ! uddrcss the people. J. M. COLEMAN, Utiairia&u pewociatic Sxecutlve Ouauulltee. in TONIC 55 S LJLJ WORTH IIEMEMR E R 1 X U. That '1'AiiaAM s Seuzaa ai'kkiknt represents in each Is.llle thirty to forty ttlioas of Hparkllnfl Seltzer Hater, containing all the virtues ol the cel ebrated tiemiau Spriiur. It is always fiesli and al ways ready, and thus eomuiends iLself to all for its etticacy, porlaVlttty and chenpness. AU. DRUGOBTTa HAVE IT. o n n issiox mkik hams. 3000 Barrels in Store, and coiinlgiiuieiitN sirrlving r-iiiilurl . I roprcHent a number of leHdint; mills, in NoiitlicitNl MlHwotirl niil Nonlliern Illinois, him! oiler their prolueti to the trade, at Lower Prices, than similar grades can be laid here for from St. Louis. I am also Hole agent here for the uuHurpaHtied Patent Rolled "AM" BRONI A "CUPOLA" and "BELLE OF AVA" FLOFRS. JOHN RE ID, Flour Commission Merchant, 366 Front street, Memphis, Tenn. I S I R A ( ' E. mSUIlAlIOE. J. J. MURPHY. I B. F. MURPHY. Murphy & Murpliy, NO. 6 MADISON ST., (Adjoining Cotton Exchange), MEMPHIS TENN, Only First-ciuss Companies, (.iiilioiise . ami Country Stores .SHcinltif s. BOOTS AXD SHOES. J. M. HILL & CO. Main St., Cor- MonroB TORACCOS. Harpmann & Bro. ManiifhrtnrerM and Imporlrni of CIGARS. AND JOBBERS IN TOBACCO & PIPES, NO. 286 MAIN ST. Orders Respectfully Solicited. SWEET KE&MfaH Cttc-iTii ifeiE f to Ww rmtS nt. ' j m I .-.- .,. H.t jM.i !,fvv fH 1 M0 iniir . -jvi Mm -ir-, aii-tii eteno TlttAl'-ii (! VfrTMM f Ml ryyii ill t a?:"r iM t -t-rr c'-tp jsWfi - rrv-rt -iriri; . i . -i Oi.il i: its V PftOCUH tl best iinlurcmunts to han dle Mil. COIat ii V s Xo. IOn. The BEST iVCenl 4'lfcnr In America, by a'hircssiut;, for puriieular. SOL COLEMAN Mempliia. TeimowMH'. GROCERIES. THE OLDEST, 1 Vltt.lSl AND cheapest; RETAIL GROCERS I3NT THE CITY. S FOrXDW "A" SI (.Alt FOR. 5 mills UtMMl Koiislesl i ollec 3 ponnda Brut JaTit ( o llee If) poim.ln Beat rmnii Sol 1'2 . mi n. Is , Prunew 2 .,ii ikIs ... t Tea Itestt Tea, Mr pound Pencil Preserve, per pound. . Raupberry Preaerven, er lb . . Xtrawberry Preserve., per lb.. HI oo Ml OO ...81 OO .. ai oo SI Oil M OO 7ii rent. -'" eents 'M rent. 13 eents These Preserves are equal to the best Sliakcr ; none better can be luadv. All orders Trout the country delivered FREE to any or the Railroad Depots. WM. DEAN & CO. NO. 181) POPLAR ST. ( HAX KKY SALES, Chancery Sale of Real Estate. No. nofni, R. ( Iianeery Court of Shelby comity MtroiKlitiin Natiinal Junk ot New York vs. Catherine. M. Cumsnx'k clal. TJV virtue of an Inirrloeiitory decree for wile cn I y tercd in the shove cans' on the lsih ilav of June, ls.10. M. U. in. puce ?17. I will sell al pablie auction, to the hlaheHt bidder, in front of the Clerk and Mast.-r's otticc. eourthiitnie of tlie Taxing lls triet of Shelby county (Memphis), Tenn., On Saturday. Oetober lo. isso. within lejtul hours, the lollos-iliK dencribed prop erty, situated in Shelby county, Tennessee, to-wit; l.t No. 7 Ilorland avenue, tt f 17U fis't : it i.. tint one ol the four lots In Ilorland subdlviidon fronl iiitt on the east side of Borland avenue, bought bv J. W. Dickinson at chancery Bale, and being the same property sold by J. W. and B. F. Dickinson to C M. Comstoek on the 11th January, 1K7J. Tonus ol Sale On a credit of seren ruouths. j.un baser executing note with gid seeurit ; Jit n reuiiusl : eouily ol redemptioD cut off. This Sei -teuiber .li. HHt K. J. BLACK. Clerk and Mas i Wilson i; Beard, bob. for vouipl'ut. aat S W. DEAN HO TO THE TRADE! The rush isovci. Indicatibn Iut to lower prices nf ail kind of Lenthor Goods. Ay f rUefontlr. Assort your stock with siiisll nn.1 frequent nrrhas lnm near markets. Plnne no future onlern. Cotmii Is ilmnplne. Steer for tke ntu re. tVe oiler you a Full lane oi Frej.li liissls Now alyks Of our on 11 RiaailJartan at as lAtvf KiKiires ns ail) inarkel in the I niie.i siki. s. Saddle, Harness and Collar Factory, Ho. 200 Uf AIW STREET. JIEMPHIS, TEKM ssR?W,llW3iSsfsss ft'1 Si 0 (H 'lHndssssK 1 JsSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSsi SSSStRtTtL SSSSsVaJt JSMlSsSSSSSs! BsBslBBBaVsBBBBBBBBBB3lBfe9 "l--. ' a'CTsJWtBfc ysssW lM"IJt"tAsssssssssTssssssssssrTsssss i V-k!- bRlfll Pnfl t - 1 mSl a Iffl bH mm ,;; swMM ItfSx HBd EJ Bl H HHsB UKNKKAL AGENTS FOR TUB M1XBURN, FISHBROS. AND TENNESSEE WAGONS SAMTER fc CO. IIOIjTi S AjUB CLOTHING We call the al trillion of Mrrrtiitntft to our Itircrc anil well u nortt'cl Htork ol t'lol li inv.iiiaiinnirl n r l oxurmHly lorKouthern in!o. till it'h h p offer it i llastci h Price. Merchant, will there fore flnil It to llieir Interest to examine our ootl and price before bnj lag clncw here. Onion will receive prompt attentlom NO. 300 MAIjNT ST., MEMPHIS C. B. BRYAN & CO. COAL DEALERS, No. 20 Madison Street, Memphis WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN AIX KINDS OF COAL. Charles IMPORTER OF CHINA, GLASS &, QUEENSWARE 321 MAIN STREET. MEMPHIS. EXAMINE T STW K AXT l'RICKW HKKOltK I'l Klil.ttilMl KLHKWIIBItE Hl'CiH Mrt'KEA, Pre-tldcnt. N. II. 1IKI.I.. Nee j antl Nnpt. IufOi'iMiralod Paid Tennessee n i nn Formerly Nashville Brokerage Association Established January. 1HH0. MEMPHIS OFFICE, - - - NO. 8 MADISON STREET, NASHVILLE OFFICE, - NO. 35 N. COLLEGE STREET. BOARD OF UIHIXTOBH: JULIUS SAX, Prcsiileiit Nashville Saving Hank, s. ROSENHEIM, ol (Jen. J. (inn.lrleli A t o HUGH ItcCKEA. I II. iOItlX)S. of 11. Ijtuier A fn. H. liAKIKB, ol B. Lsnier A Go WM kT. pt NCAX, ol Newell, Duncan .v. Co., s. H. BKLL. Uniicran arrangement with their NEW - ciitK uml ('IIK'A'Ki CiirrcrpandenU an' nuthorized to, anil will, aeanowledge Execution of Onters fur Grain, Provisioua. and Cotton at the falrst fliinlsllnnaf I their Bnlletin Boards, and will Ctoso TlansalMIatui uioii imv mbseiiueiit i notations, and cash all trans actions wucu elated. Will t every lliieitiatioii on the C'ftlCAGO BOARD OP T RAPE In i, ruin and I'nnisfons (sometiintm ns manv as "jno jsr diem on one article) and Eleven Vail DsaMUcbsa dailv from the NEWA'ORK tDTTON l' iNTRAtT il ARKET. Orders receives 1 for fnnn to to :u hales of Cotton and 5011 lo 'i",0il0 bushels of heat, also an cqnivalent aim unit in otln r articles. Martins and I'mn mis sions less than in New Yorlt a4 Chicago. I'ALl. OR 8ENH roll EXPLANATORY PAMl'IILET. ('OTTO-l per bale. WllKA'l'-l cent per bushel. on l cent per nnshcl. POKK-35 ceii is per barrel. I.AKI1-W rents per tierce. CLEAR RIB HI DEN ($2 50 per IOOO. IITJCiXI J. J. HI SHY. J.J. BUSBY fe CO. WHOLESALE GROCERS, C01T0N FACTORS 274 FRONT STREET. MEMPHIS.. g t'olton Departnient In charge of Mr. W. O. Hiillerson. G. W. JONES db CO JOBBERS OF DRUGS AXD K IM PHARMACEUTICAL A Kx, tlie Principal Deiot in this Market for Ayer'a Medicines, Black Drar.ght, Malarloii (S. A Co.'sl, BuekitiKhum's Hair Ilyc, KolegOtt, Hall's Balsam, Aden's l'repuratioiut, Wholesale Rooiiim, Sd, 3d and 4th Floors. OPTICIAN. PRACTICAL OPTICIAN, Manufacturer of Optical Iiislrtiiitent H. 36 rlh t onrl Street. Wemphls. Tenw COTTON til VS. MEMPHIS 6INS 666 Main Street. 0pp. Miss, and Teun. It. H. Depot. Ill AVE AfMUl OraNKB VV MY (!INNINi EsTABi.rsri mkst with IVew Wins, leaner antl llullers, and better jpanl to nuikc more tint cotton from the cotton seed than any k'ii In this city. I mean what I say. Blv. BM n trial. All cotton insnred Sucks fnrnished on applim tion. WaKon cotton ginned from the WBfon, with out unloaaiiifi in pens, when deslrrst. J. V. PATMII It, Proprietor. M IKE WOK U I KS. WIRE (, CARDS KOR DliflltS ash WINDOW, for 8torehoiisea and Dwcllinits: 1 , and Counter Railings, etc., uindc In order at HE IRKS! 211 Main Street, Mempiiis. N. Erich, Up Capital, Hi.i.OOO. COMMISSIONS. PRNMI cents per bale. WHEAT 1-4 . per bushel. t'OKX 1-1 cent per bnshel. PARK-IO eeuls per lmrrel. LARD M rents per tleree. I.EAK Kill SIDIM 1 per c. of valaa. McCRUA, Manager. JOII. H. TOOF FAt TI Itl KS Or PREPARATIONS, the following Goods, and can oiler Inside Figures Association. 111 1 111 1 ii 1 in . Harter's Medicines, Liquid Substitute for Com- Wine of Cardnl Indian Moot! Syrup pound Cath Pills (S.AC'o.s) Kosa. lulls, ' flark, Joliuson), Scott's Emulsion God Liver (irav's Specific, Hall's lluir Rcncner, Oil aud ITyK)piospities, Parte, Davis si Co 'a Licbig's Ext. Beef Liquid, Tasteless Castor Oil, I'rciairations. Fealowa'i Hyisvphosphites. Neurll. Ferrinc. ARI'KTS. Three-Ply, Ingrains, NOHCl. ExfrntorN (tins THAVE qualitied as tln Kxeeutor of Gtntl Kofs rtsou, deceased CsetUron "i his a'iinleiwj file their claims, ,WLy pridMiled, with my atturney. L. 11. Meiatvu J J.' Vailisoli sli . i. HcBitdiki, 'len to sail idebtnr trill pay their IsulebMdBrss to -Jk W o Op ft Qui pLi 3 9 H rH cT f .fe lt, I S 6 "S pq 3 j my .sal 1 utluniev. Mcuiprns, rena.. seat- , l.ssu. ji.li.i i wiai' v., ujceuioi.