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EST.33LISBCEr 1840. MEMPHIS, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER Q4 1883. VOL. XLIII S"0. vJ5?3 MEMM US JL JllJlIi Tub smuggling of Chinese over the British Columbian border int WasliiriKton Territory continues. As informal reception was given Lord Coleridge last evening by the New York Bar Association. The Chief Justice cer tainly lias no cause for complaint on the score of American hospitality. J am em (tokih)V Bennett and Bonanza Mackcy have combined to lay two Atlan tic tables between this countrv and Kurope. That, in connection with the l'ostal Telegraph Company of this country, means cheap telegraphic communication between the two continents and close com petition with established organizations. Tim United States Court in session at Birmingham, Ala., yesterday dismissed the famous government land suit against the holders of land formerly owned by the government in that State. The court held that the evidence did not establish the fact that a conspiracy existed as charged, to defraud the government by entering mineral lands as ordinary farm lands. Bf.vo.vd any doubt Mr. Carlisle, of Ken tucky, is sure of six votes from the Con gressional delegation of Alabama, four from Arkansas, six from Mississippi, live rom Missouri, eight from North Carolina, six from South Carolina, eight from Ten nessee, six from Texas, live from Virginia, two from West Virginia, eleven from Ken-' tucky, four from Iouisinna and one from Florida. Making in all seventy-eight votes from the South pledged against Kandall, the protectionist and opponent of appropriations for the improvement of Southern rivers. Tiik San Antonio Timet suggests, in view of the anti-civil rights decision of the Su preme Court, "that the opportunity is ottered to the real friends of the negro to show how in reality their professions of friendship have been based on principle, ami bow, now in the hour of the black man's bitter disappointment, a genuine sympathy is awakened in the bosoms of those who have always lived with the ne gro, appreciated him, knew him, and been his friends and protectors as well as his owners and masters." The opportunity should be improved. A ciihtlak from the secretary states that the second annual convention of the I'nited States Bottlers' I'rotective Associa tion, anil the second annual international exhibition of bottlers' supplies, machinery, materials, etc., has been postponed from November 20 to IVceinber 11, 1J, 111 and 11, 1SHI1, and from Irving Hall to Ameri can Institute Hall, New York City. The change has been made from the fact that Irving Hall proved entirely too small to accommodate the many who have applied for space, and thus a larger hall has been secured, with a consequent change oi date. About 1",000 scpiare feet has already been disposed of to intending exhibitors, who deal with the trade, nnd the large at tendance which is already guaranteed makes the undertaking a success bevond a doubt. Moruonism is a problem that is as far from being solved as it was thirty years ago, when it was denounced as one of the twin evils. For many years the leaders of that Church were content, to recruit their forces from the ranks of the poor and illit erate in F.uropc, but latterly they have be come more bold, ami now have their mis sionaries in this State and in (ieorgia and "North Carolina, ami in a few days wi have thirty of the ablest of their young men scattered through the North winning hundreds, it may be thousands," to thei soul-killing and freedom-murdering doc trines. There is but one way of meeting this Hood of tilth. The ministers ol' the various Christian Churches will have to uird ill) their loins anil confront these Mormon missionaries on their own chosen Held, and put them down by logical argu inent and sound reasoning. THE RACES. Second Hay of the Full Heeling Over Ihe Mf'niphls Jockey Club's Course . Bleak Weather Defied by Cheerful and Cheery Thou sands of If en and Women Who En joyed the Excellent Programme. The Bill for To-day Embraces Four Races, ami the Entries Comprise Some of the Best Horses On the Track The Vools as They were Sold East Xiglit An Increasing Interest in the Sport. The sky was overcast yesterday morn ing, and a settled cloud of gloomy gray obscured the sun. Besides it was bitingly cold a damp, penetrating cold that searched for the marrow as the east winds of Boston are said to do. But the streets, notwithstanding, were filled by an eager throng of men and women from an early hour, and the holiday look that things wore on Monday rail -ft&mmn&'r i cheerful stay to any effect the weather might otherwise have occa sioned. Oven-oats and lieavv wraps were in demand, and as on the day before pe destrians and shoppers walk ul with a quickerand brisker pace than is their wont. A great many line teams were observable pon the streets, ami the variety of ve- lieles was even greater than on Monday. Col. Henry Montgomery's tally-ho coach made the "grand round," and was much admired. It is beyond question the fea ture of the season. All the seats on it were occupied by ladies, escorted by ft few gentlemen. Their toilets were bright, though seasonable, and the effect pro duced was as charming as the mass of color anil beauty that on Mondav challenged so much of admiring comment. Toward 12 o'clock the stir, animation and hustle on the streets became more lively, and hun dreds of pedestrians made their way to the Charleston railroad en route to the rare track, all the roads being sprinkled with drags, dog carts and village carts on their way to what is the goal of pleasure for all Memphians and visitors to Memphis just now. The weather was still gray, cold and sharp. But cheerful hearts and warm wraps were it sure defense against it. and lovers of . the turf, of 'ood racing defied it and found at the: lose o? the day that they were right. They enjoyed every race without more than a drop or two of drizzle toward the lose of the dav, winch, after live min utes, gave way to the promise of sunshine which lingered in the sky till night spread her sable pall with only places for the stars to shine through. The programme for the day was quite as enjoyable as that of Monday, and the interest of the lai rowd that filled the stands and the grounds was keener and more zestl'ul. The attendance of sporting men was nota bly larger, and they seemed to be mof-t favorably impressed bv the management and the accommodations for "man and baste." The ladies were out in force, am they looked their best in beautiful toilet; ot everv shade, ami as we are assured in t tie very latest stvle. the betting was free and spirited, and the favorites were regarded with more than ordinary inter est. Taken altogether the second day the fall meeting of the Memphis Jockey Club was a great and a deserved success and as the A item, has reason to hope is the harbinger of butter things to come to day and during the' remaining days of week the programmes of which it won! be difficult to surpass on any track in tin Union. OX THE COURSE. greater than is usually taken by the com mon crowd in a race of the kind, where but two horses are entered. The trim figure of Olivette, and her record, on the other hand, strengthened the faith of her backers and many of them increased their wagers. The race which followed justified this feclirg to the fullest extent. Avery good shirt was made with Olivette a little in the lead. Olivette's riderlseemed to be saving her, and when the first quarter-pole was passed the flyers were neck and neck and maintained this position for the next quarter. At the half mile Olivette was urged to do better and left her competitor a length and a half Itchind. In making the turn Mayonni.se recovered all she had lost, and the galiant pair swept down the homo stretch neck and neck. They passed the mile post at a tremendous race, Olivette having Mayonaise upon lies quarter and both straining hard for the goal. 4livette won by nearly two lengths. ,Summarjr.-rTime 2:07-1. Olivetto lirsl, Mayonaise second. Auction pools sold ?HMI on Olivette and S22 on Mayonaise. French mutuals paid $ HO on Olivette. Til lit II HAt'E. J'ntrii. Memphis Stables entered chest nut gelding Twilight ; M. T. Ionneher ci. tered bay mare Matrimony; I. M. West entered chestnut mare lily B. ; fiilliert Mason entered bay gelding Joe , Starke ; Morris & I'atton entered bav gelding Fel lowplay ; II. C. Fate entered bay gelding Manimoiiist ; l'etre & Co. entered chestnut gelding Judge Duling ; Mclntyre & Sweeny entered bay mare Lizzie S. Handicap for all ages, purse S2r0, of which S'rt) to sec ond ; three-quarters of a mile. Bets were even on Fellowplay against the field, and sevsn to two on him against Mammonist and Lizzie S. I n the poofs Fel lowplay was a decided favorite, and as two ot rtie l?v-orites f i I linn success! u I, Aztec, 117, 00; Ascender, j APPEAL SPECIALS. mile dash. 114, $.50. j heats. Slocum, ., $44; Aleena, ttl, H; Judge Duling, 80, So; Lillie 15., 100, 20; Musk, !I4, S24; Campanini, !K), ?1S; Ca'lao, 1 13, Fourth Hurt. One and three-quarter e bad effect of the day previous on otit ic hetters was considered diminished. he new hat betters loomed up agein and ellowplay was first choice. Twilight did not l'.gure at all, and Lizzie S., who was a ! pet the day before, was entirely forgotten. goon deal ol money was put ui on Joe Starks, though Mammonist sold for a greater amount in the pools. i he start was a bad one. and .consider able time wits lost before the horses could e pulled down to the scratch. As there as a good deal of money tin the interest and excitement r.as intense. Finally the rum tapocd and away they flew, Fellow lay leading, Joe Starks second, Lizzie and .Mammonist runnine third. side by side. Joe Starks closed n on Fellowplay before the first quarter was reached, but fell back ain into the bunch. Fellownlav leadins by a full length. Before reaching the half- mile Judge lHiling and Lilly B. dropped behind the bunch, and at the turn thev all trung out. iellownlav still leadinsr easily. Lizzie S. second, Mammonist third and oe Starks fourth. Coinin-' down the home-stretch thev bunched again, and it was a toss-up between Fellowplay and MainmoniM, who moved as if on oiled wheels. The veils of the crowd were deafening, and the horses, seeming to catch the infection, gathered new strength, onung in under the wire with a splendid weep. Fellowplay still keeping the lead lie had gained at the start. Nmiiiuiini. Time 1 :17'.. Fellowplay first, Mammonist second, Lizzie S. third and Joe Starks fourth. Auction pools Id: Fellowplav Sluo, Mammonist S'iO, Lizzie S. S:!l, field SI. French mutuals paid Ml lOon 1-ellowplay, and for place $7 20, Mammonist SS 70. Book-makers even on Fellowplay, 7 to 2 against Mam inonist anil Lizzie S. Tiik Spiritualists of the South have been in convention at Chattanooga for some lavs, and to their own satisfaction at least continued their faith in their peculiar doctrines or beliefs. The speaker dealt mainly in their personal experiences and their reasons for becoming Spiritualists, and some of the addresses were interrupt od bv what the mediums present claimed were real manifestations. Pr. Fred Far- leu, of Rochester, X. Y., delivered a 1 ture on "Evolution, or Hoes leath End All ?" which the Time pronounced to he one of the most eloquent and beautiful ever heard in Chattanooga. The speakc showed wonderful familiarity with science theology and especially organic creation and his discourse was scholarly, thought ful and eloquent. lr. Watson, of thiscity was president of tlie convention, and was hs he should be warmly erected by the i.eonle whose faith he has so zealousl championed. Tub New York M'nr speaks of the rc- cent righteous and sensible decision of the Supremo Court in the civil rights question as -"the blunders by which the object of equal social rights lias thus been defeated." And the Washington i'unt, eager for mis cegenation, says: "There are women who cannot get white husbands ; must they have none?" We warn our contemporaries that thisis not Oomocratte. It is not the kind of Democracy we feed on ut the South. And we believe with the Montgomery At: vrtitrr that such "Democracy" is as ob noxious to the people of the North as it is to the Suit hern people. It is not Democ racy at all, and the attempts of the H'orM and the to sustain such principles must eventually bring them into disre pute among all who have hitherto sus tained them. The H'er'.f and the w ill find their allies only among the Re publicans in advocating such doctrines, .and ought to find their supporters in the same party, if they do not mend their ways. 1'iioM a dispatch from Columbia, S. C, to the Charleston -Vita iiwl (Vmn'.-r, we learn that f apt. J. A. IVterkin, of Fort Motte, range bur county, has lioeii sin gularly successful in crossing tjic long staple, or sea island, with the Dixon pro lific variety of short staple cotton. Capf. IVterkin has conducted his experiments for three years, and the outcome is n cotton with smooth, black seed, a tine staple, and yielding a much larger percentage of lint than other cottons. It is said that the average yield of lint to soed-eotton is about twenty-eight ier cent. The- IVter kin cotton when ginned showed a yield of thirty-six and one-tenth pounds of lint to 100 pounds of seed-cottou, anil it was esti mated that poor ginning decreased the yield ton percent, ('apt. IVterkin planted 100 acre with his improved wed, and cal culates that if he had planted his whole crop in it the yield would have netted him JS000 more than it will do with ordinary seed. Some of the improved cotton, sold in Columbia, brought a quarter ot a cent above the market price. . It is often said that politics sometimes makes strange bedfellows; religious zonl also sometimes works the same wonder, The lYesbyterian Synod ol New York furnished a few days ago a case in point when, by solemn resolution, it com ineuded the letter of thO Cardinal, Arch bishops and Bishops of the Roman Cath olic Province of New York, iu regard "to the duty of the supervision bV Christian ministers over the children of their flocks, practically guarding them against the per nicious literature now so common," and the synod adds: W. Bcknnttli-iltra with liia-h rratifiration n, prvue ut ih. Roman l athnlica t the caur-o l t'srintian monthly ami bstilic imlrr id the run- aialmt ltitminr wliu-h thin K.itnan Cathitlie ITovinoe raneata tn llic, ar-rlne!i ol' marriaae . Wa alMi aokn.wlMlir it s,m4 work in ratVrrnr-e to tha tli.ar-lrua character jf wickeit law tavili tatini divun-. and iln cuntlc-lunation of M-ert ami oatli-bouiid ronoiraoiii t iulurfare with the rijrbt of labor. We n.lttuil tbe iiairiiiYc nio- ture drawn of the evil f iuurtuiH,i-anra and tha admnnitlnn to all Cathiilir linuor-avtler to ali- uin entirely train ill tale op t-umlaya aad never furuii-b it to rhililrvn. Tha ) next eonnratulatea tba Homan Catholic fhun-b on tba poncrwiona made to them of the riabt to ronrrxrattonal iln ina. The aynoti reoeitee with areal attfailfon tbe aaeuraooe, tinder the haiuii) of l'eriilMl Mc Cloaker. that tbe Vnf at ltt haarotiened tha ' 1rteure of tha Vattcnn Library to lite whole World, a eoneeailon of which Prolcsuinu will be prompt to avail tbemvelvea . Thus the lion and the lamb lie down to gether, and we have another premonition the coming of the millennium. Not withstanding the unfavorable aspect of the weather, yesterday, the second of the fall races was even more successful than the first. The morning was cold and cloudy, but at noon the day glow warmer and rain threatened. Iliere was Very lit tlo w ind blow ing, however, and when th prospect lor ram become less, the nunibe ot persons seen driving out was visibly in creased. The crowd began nssemblin about 12:30 o'clock, and when the tally-h coach drove in two hours later and th band struck up a martial air, the ground; presented a very gay and testive appear ance, notwithstanding the lowering sky Several hundred went out ontho train, bu the number of persons attending in vehi cles buggies, carriages and gigs was very noticeable, the stand on the lelt was pretty well occupied, and that on the rizlit devoted to the ladies and their escorts. was much more encouraging than anyone expected. A great many who are rare I ever seen on the course were present, an a spirit of the greatest good humor pre vailed, the gentlemen nearly all wore light overcoats and the ladies soeniedsnu; and comtortablo in their tasty tall wraps It was remarked that the proportion of strangers was larger than at any previou mooting. Among the ladies on the grand stand were noticed : Mrs Yei-ar Pittri'-k. Mrn John J butty. Mrs Or ttobcr Jonex. Hi.. M.-Kiiy, Mi Miiirine 1'n.ilon. Mrs DrOw-riill. .Mr.- 'I It t-'m niiworth. Mim I.iiIh l.noncy. Mi"!! lli-ttte l.ooney, Mrnt'imk Walthall. Mri U ill KhIU, Mrst'.d Viorhoc. Mm S Tate, Mm Wnltur llitnn. Mi knte ThomiLoD! Mtj 1 onnie W Into. Ocn l'anlkncr , jr. Mrs Albert .rom Mr W 1. ll..li-, Mi Kosa Leo, .Mr Win ll'iwU-.-Mm t'iMtcr, .Mr S 1 l arnc. Ainu Mttttiv sc;irI:nriMlir Mr Puke .luhnton Mr .1 II Sh.-,i.-i.l, .Mninir I.,, one! .Mi .Mi L .Innv. l!;ni'vil Mim Oonnn M ahlriin. .Mi llattie Cu)h-ii, . Mr lli-,ltrJ, Mis Miimie Pw.ver. M i K Munry, Mr i'lm Karnsworth Mo Luc:i t U'i. ud dautthti-r. The occupants of the tally-ho coach an of another carriage occupying an honored place directly behind )n the held, opposit the grand stand, wcr : MiJLMinir Montpiitnpry.Mi Mutrli Miioitrn. Mi In SrhllDO. Mi Annii- l.yoti. Mr Wiu-lon Jnnuv, Mit-arrie llmi. Mr Tom Hunt, .Mr l.i-on limit. Carl M.iyli..8. I'l I) A MnntKonii-ry. Mi Lulu Mntilffiiinvry, Mi I'ntu-r on. Mi- Ji-nuio UcHl, .MrJuiia llcy!.-, The four events of the dav were all i considerable interest, some of the horst having run the day before and several them possessing splendid retuir-ls made the great courses of the Fast. The book makers and tiool-sollers could not create much interest in the first race for awhile, as neither of the horses to run were very well known, but the auctioneer got a bid nt last and a few minutes before the raws Richard 1-oud was selling two to one against Mitui'uha. The nunilx-r of pols sold, however, w'us not ,ery largo. The book-makers wore betting ton i, three with few takers. Promptly at 2:30 o'clock the Ih'II tapped and the horses were called. miles dash. Fellow plav, 110, S04; Boule vard, 107, S-52; Emma F... 82, $28 ; Brigand Bill, 95, S28; Lida Manhope, 114, Sioo; Dick Brown, 85, $22; Annie O., 100, S40; Blazes, 1 18, SftO. RACE 0TKS. Track good. Alas, poorO host! Splendid sport to-day. Nineteen horses yesterday. j liaces begin at 2 ::J0 o'clock. Yesterday was favorites' day. The bookmakers lost heavily. The more horses, the more enthusiasm. A better crowd, though a more dreary day. It is "tips" instead of pointers this sea son. Gloves and bon-bons were freely wagered yesterday. Lida Stanhope was scratched from the fourth race. Aztec is alive enough to give zest to this evening's fun. The track is not a fast one, but it is highly praised. Betting yesterday was general, but not heavy in any instance. Few believed Meditator would lie able to run the second heat. The winnors Kichard Loud, Olivette, Fellowplay, Meditator. The ladies were out with their rosy cheeks and glove money. . Meditator's first mile vesterdav was made in 1 :40a, the second in 1 :4HJ. Capt Thomas Darragh, of Little Kock, well known in turf circles, is in the city. It is remarkable how many people win. Few have the courasie to sav thev have lost. Krlie II. stumbled in the last heat ves terdav evening and lost considerable ground before recovery. Henry Gibbs, a jookev who had been unable to ride on account of a sore foot, will probably be ready for a mount m a day or two. Billy liedmond, the jockey thrown in Monday's steeplechase, sutlers most from a sprained ankle. His injuries are not at all serious. The finish of tli last race, w ith Medita tor, Bonero nnd Aliunde abreast down the home-8treteh, was the prettiest and most exciting race of the day. Four combination tickets were shown the "boss" reporter yesterday, in which the winner of each race had len named by the holders. They cost ?2 50, and were worth $cX) each. The pedigree of yesterday's winners is as follows: Kichard Loud, by Lever, dam Optima; Olivette, by King Alfonso, dam Bettie Ward ; Fellow-plav, by Longfellow, dam l'litana ; Meditator, by Buckden, dam Meanness. Mr. L. Hextrr, of llexter Bros., Green ville, Miss.. i ; ut the track yesterday posting notice i their meeting." Besides the races n -li... -ting tournament will be held. For panii ulars refer to Al Sossa man, UyeL " Umaker's stand, at race track. Brierly, the Murderer of Bates, at 'ah tllle, Indicted for Marder in the First Degree. Openiutr of the West Tennessee Fair at Jackson, Teniu The Helena Daily Budget. . t ot III II It it K. Kittrie. Grey ifc Co. eh. m. Aliunde; am F.cker b. in. Brigand Belle; Morris & I'atton ch. g. Meditator; C. F. A mist rone . in. Lilie 11.; 1 . 51. West b. g. Ghost; Walnut t trove Stables ch. h. If on levant liosebud Stables ch. g. Bonero, late Gal ileo. Lida Stanhope was scratched as it was ntiinated she would be in yesterday's is sue. 1 he race was lor a purse of 5400, for all ages, of which 100 to second; mile heats. 1 ho great .Meditator gave to (his event a flavor that none of the others possessed ami as there were to bo three bent', or the best two in three, this was augmented, Kllie II. and Bo nero Cuming in for some of the glorv. ihost lid not stand the shadow of a hancc according to the knowing ones. Letting was largely in favor of Meditator tnil three to one against Kllie II. Just before this race a slight drizzling rain be gan fulling and the outlook was very dreary. This continued but a short while, howeer, and tbe sky began clearing rapidly. It was a good omen tor the I favorite and the (lagging spirits of the 1 crowd revived at once. A rush was made for good places from which to view the start, which was had with Ftlie H. in the lead, Brigand Belle second and Meditator third, j.tlie 11. still eld the lead, with Meditator steadily lining upon Brigand Belle, who keot close behind Filie 11. Before reaching the half-mile, Bonero disengaged himself from the tangle and sprang away 100 yards or so neck-and-iieek with Meditator, then gradually fell back, ine-h by inch, fighting haul lor some little distinction. IJetore making the turn Meditator passed Brigand Belle, at an easy, level run, and began closing in on Kllie II. The race down the home-stretch was positively terrific. At one moment it seemed as if Kllio II. must surely win, then Meditator's chances ap peared still better and his backers nearly split their throats cheering him. Yithin fifty van Is of the line the rider of F.tlie II. began vigorously applying the lash and the noble little mare strained hard for victory, but without avail. Meditator came in grandly winner, Filie 1 1, on bis quarter, Brigand Belle a close third. Summnni. Time 1 :4(!J. Medilator first ; Kllie 11. second, Brigand Belle third, Boulevard fourth, Bonero fifth, Aliunde sixth and Ghost bust. Auction pools sold before this heat, Meditator $21, Hold !25. Another pool was Meditator S2.", Bonero SU, F.tlie H. 13, Boulevard $4 and field $". With Meditator out. Bonero sold S25, Kflie 11. S24, Boule vard 14, ihost ?"), field S:!. ... Nco'ii 11, ut. When Meditator came in after the first heat be was noticed to lie walking lame, and this increased to such an extent that few believed it would be possible for him to run again. A good many withdrew their bets or hedged, and Kllie II. ot.H-k went down per ceptibly. Bonero was now Riconil choice, and the favorite way of buving pools on him was for first or hucond place. Greatly to the surprise of those present, Medilator came up to the scratch for the final trial, though looking ja.'ed and sore. The lameness in his fore foot had in creased, if anything. When the word was given Aliunde bounded away. Boule vard second, Kllie H. third, Meditator tangled up in the field. At the first quar ter F.tlie II. passed Aliunde and led for fifty yards. Brigand liolle darted ahead, and at the half-mile post, those who wore fortunate enough to have glasses witnessed one of the grandest cfl'orts a horse ever made, for In-fore reach ing the hulf-mile, Meditator had in half a dozen cat-like springs cleared the horde by which be was sur rounded and taken first place, loading Fttio It by a bead. From the last quarter homo the finish was superb. Meditator, Bonero and Aliunde wore not more than two feet apart and running abreast, -their hoofs seeming to keep time with each other, so even was their motion and so little the dilfereuee betw ecu them. These positions they maintained until within a short distance of the pole, when Medi tator, bv another superb, yet easy and graceful oll'ort, shot ahead, winning by a little more than a length. Stimwiri. Tune 1 :4S.l. Meditator first, Bornero second. Brigand Belle third, Boulevard fourth. Ghost fifth. French pools paj,l on Meditator S7 00 and for place so (it). -Bonero tor plueo $10 M. RACES ELSEAVHEUE. The ('NinbrUlerHhlre fitakr. London, Oetolier 2:5. The Cambridge shire stake was won by Bendigo, Tonans second. The Baltimore Fall Meeting- Postponed. Baltimore, Oetolier 2:!. The opening of the fall meeting of the Maryland Jockey Club was postponed until Thursday on ac count of lieavv rains. The Cincinnati Fall Trofllnic Moot In a. Cincinnati, October 23. First day of the fall trotting meeting of the Chester I hiving Park. Fair attendance, good weather, track well dried, but not fast. Wilkes Boy and Joe Bunker were the winners. Brighton Bench Bares. Biiioiiton Beach, Oetolier 23. Firat linre. Three-quarters of a mile, for three-year-olds. Blue Rebel won, Blue String second, Shelby Barnes third. Time 1 :1'U. ,Sroni Race. Three-ouarters of a mile. for three-year-olds. Lena won, Holyrood second, Cornet third. Time 1:1;." Tltinl Race. Five-eighths of a mile. Orange Blossom won. Roulette second, Rav S. CI tike third. Time 1 :041. Fourth Race. Mile and an eighth. Bal ooek won, Brunswick second, Yibrator third. Time 2:01. Fifth Race. Mile and a quarter. Fxeter won, Marshall second, Ruth third. Time 2:13!. The Extra Hay at Chicago. Ciih aoo, October 23. Extra day at the Chicago Driving Park. Track in bad con dition, owing to the recentrains and soft on the inside, compelling drivers to go ten feet from the pole. Weather cold, and spectators shivered in overcoats. It was cloudy, and a chilly wind from the north east made fast time impossible. The first event, free for all trotters, was won by Monroe Chief. Best time 2:22. The second event was the attempt of Jayeyesee to beat Maud S's time of 2:10. He was given a wanning up in 2:2i , and tiien was sent simply a good mile without the hope ot heating, being driven in 2:sj. Tbe third event was the attempt of the pacer Johnston to beat Little Brown Jug's time for three heats, namely: 2:11, 2:11, 2:12.1, in order to secure Ins sale to Com modore Kitson for $25,000. It was a hope less task under the conditions, but a brave attempt was made with very creditable result, the general opinion expressed was that it was a better performance con sidering the conditions. First heat Quarter 0::3J, half 1 :0fi-, three-quarters 1 :35, mile 2:14. Second heat Quarter 0:33?, half 1:08, three-quarters 1 :405, mile 2:1.. Third heat Quarter 0 :;S:iJ ,'ltnlf 1:0 three-quarters 1:44A, mile 2:15:. Seial to the Aitpenl.J Xashvillk, Oetolier 23. James Brierly ,- who -murdered Robt. Bates at the circus yesterday, was indicted for murder in the first degree. Defendant's counsel asked two days in which to plead guilty or not guiity, when the judge ordered a plea of not guilty to be entered. The trial was postponed until next Tuesday. Every body seems to indorse the finding of the jury. If Brierly does not swing, the laws of Tennessee might as well be abolished and vigilance committees appointed. Only one white murderer has been punished in this county for the past six or eight years, aud that by imprisonment. We trust the jeople of Nashville will not resort to lynch law, and will patiently submit to the operations of the law. One wrong never makes another right, aud lynch law is never right,' but" always wrong, because it is in violation of law. Editohs API'KAL. WEST TEXXESSEE FAIR. A Rig Iay In the Hiatory of SIbo'Ikou County northern ExcaraionititM. Pltcctal to the Appcul.l Jackson, Tkss., October 23. Our great West Tennessee Fair opened this morn ing. The receipts a't the gates to-day have been considerably larger than those of the first day last year. There is a large display of line blooded stock of various kinds. The art gallery and agricultural depart ments are filling up rapidly. Air incom ing trams are filled with visitors from various parts of the country- To-morrow promises to be a big day in the history of Jackson. Kxcursion trains from tha North, under the charge of Col. J. F. Merry, general Western passenger agent of the Illinois Central railroad, will arrive here at 11 o'clock to-morrow. They will be met at the depot by our citizens and extended a cordial welcome. THE JiEwT'OMPKESS AC JacliMon. 9llsa..ln SneceMfnl Opera tion and Working Admirably. 8lecial to tbe Appeal-1 Jackson, Miss., October 23. The new compress at this place has commenced operations. The machinery is working admirably. Cotton is coming to the press freely from the railroads, ami buyers are perfecting arrangements for concentrating large amounts of cotton at this point for Eastern markets. Luther Manship is the popular and efficient manager. The ca pacity of the press is 500 bales a day. It is confidently expected that this point will speedily rival Meridian and Vicks- burg. THE HELENA BUDGET. . The Cotton Crop A Hot Content Cold Wave. Slecial to the Appeal. Helena, Ark., October 2.S. Iho con test for the sheriffalty of Tunica county, Miss., an office that has gone begging for several years xast, is now narrowing down to a hot contest with the aspirants for the position. A frost-laden wave struck this section to-night. Cotton, however, has passed the damage line. Mr. A. Bart Cook and Miss Jessie Ram sey were married at the I'resbvtenan church here to-day Mrs. N. A. Longley, of Lexington, this county, died last evening. The eople of Coahoma county, Miss., along the Mobile and Northwestern road are clamorous for a mail agency on that route to replace the saddlebpg transit W Friars Point. An accommodation packet system ply ing between this place and Witteburg, on St. Francis river, and south to Concordia Miss., is necessary to secure for Helena the busi ness of these sections. Side entrances and back doors known only to the initiated, travesty the Sunday law and mock the executive force provided to enforce it. A train of wagons passed east to-day from Texas with patched and weather stained canvas aud lean stock, which less than a year ago passed west decked out with new canvas and sleek fat horses. Something of a commentary this upon the wealth-laden resources of the Ixme Star State. Reports received front five counties in 1 Castor n Arkansas and three in AVestern Mississippi at the Appeal headquarters here to-day indicate that the cotton crop in these counties will closely approximate two-thirds of last year. Favorable weather for maturing and gathering is assigned as the reason for the unexpected yield. Re ceipts of cotton here for the past three days aggregate 1200 bales. Yaqui Iudisus digging up the clothes that i were Imned with the dead and peddling I them out. The Yaqui Indians are sup- j Dosed tn burp it vtrv lual TUm been bo Yaqnis here to trade fot the last month and a half; much lonper and the city would be in a state of starvation. All have left the town who are able and can. It arrived here in the hot season, the at mosphere had no rain or thunder and lightning. Yesterday there were no deaths and it is supxised to be coming to an end. Vlie nights arecool ami pleasant. It is the first time it Wi-s ever here, and I hope it will lie the last. I doctored myself. The railroad company and foreigners have suffered very badly from the lever. A great many have died and the rest have gone away. 1 shall visit Tucson soon. I think there will be no emigration till after Jannarv." A TERRIBLE SCENE. Accident on the Louisville a ad Nashville Read Near St, Lonis Thirty seven Persona Mure or Less Injnred, but Only One Fatally A Broken Rail the Canse of the Disaster., THE EPISCOPALIANS. 1 Report of the Hperial Committee on the nrwiinn lonirmff. The Work Among- the Colored People in the Komh. Philadelphia, Oetolier 23 i '. . : f . I . l . ... . . i - : I I uii ttiii iji ui iiit- i i nit-muni r.'ise'i'ai VII 11 1 V 11. St. Loris, tH-tober 23. An accident oc curred this morning on the Iuisville and Nashville Air-Line. As the passenger train from Louisville was about six miles from East St.' Imis it struck a broken raih The engineer felt the shock and put on the brakes, and all the coaches passed over in safety except the last two, the passenger and sleeper, which were both crowded. These two tipiicd over and wee dragged teiieral ! alonjr a Hrt distance, when the couplings The scene was terrible, and re- To theltf cmory of the I.alr Jnmen p. nay Adopted by the Cotton Kxrhanrr. ports place the nutiilier of injured at over forty, but only one fatally so far. Second IMNpatea. S r. Lor is, October 23. The number of injured, as officially reported, is thirtv seven, but out of these only ten are badly hurt and one fatally. .Mr. Anthony, of Providence, K. I., and Mr. Stern, clothing merchant, Philadel phia, Pa., scalp wounds ami violent con tusions. Mr. Bacon, of l-onisville, contusion of the left face and abrasion of the skin. ' .Mrs. Witlener, Canton, Mo., very severe ! scalp wound, shoulder and knee hurt. ! The scene at the accident was heart ; rending. About sixty men, women and i children occupied tbe coach and sleeper, i The women shrieked and the wounded irroantd, anil blood flowed profusely from i the numerous wounds the inmates re i ceivt-d. It was a long time before the j women could be quieted. The w ounded were brought to Fast St. l,otiis, whore , those who were not hurt went on to their destination. The wounded wore brought to In the lionise of Deputies trustees were named for the ensuing year for the Oen eral Theological Seminary, and memorials of deceased members adopted. The Kev. Dr. Benedict, of Southern Ohio, offered a resolution that the House of Bishops concurring, the sessions of the convention continue for the purpose of con sidering the ivport of the Joint Committee -on the Boo!.of Common Prayer, as long as there shall bo aijuorum of both bouses, or until consideration of the report shall nave lieen completed. Objections being made, the resolution was placed on the calendar. A resolution that the tienoral tjmven- tion adjourn October 20th was referred. J lie report against the tentative use ot anv portion of the Iook oi Common Prayer was adopted. The report of the Committee on Canons relating to the rejiort oi the Special Com mittee on the sewanee t oiilcvnce with regard to the work among the colored people was taken up. The committee re ported that, in their opinion, the legisla tion intended for 'ikm1 litiflit onornic for evil, any legislation by the convention i this city. Mr. Anthony received a fright- Western States and Territories of the United States. Disbursements for the year, $3fiti.', showing an increase in re ceipts of more than $1000. The Foreign Christian Missionary Society begins its session to-morrow afternoon.' RESTRICTIVE FIRE. A Valuable Bnalaeaa Block in St. neatrayed. St. Iau is, Oetolier 2:S.-The immense medicine factory, packinghouse and otlices of Dr. J. H. McLean, .corner oi Broailwav and Biddle streets, caught fire a little alter 1 1 o'clock to-night, ami at midnight was prettv nearly destroyed. The tire is now burning the adjoining property, and prom ises to sweep down most of the block le tween Biddle and Carr streets. xrrc The loss on Mi-U-nu's building is estimated at . from S40,000 to $."0.0lK, though it may run higher. A larve agri cultural implement warehouse adjoining the rear oi Mclean's building, fronting on Collins street, was also destroyed. The loss cannot be ascertained to-night. The burned property on Broad street, south of McLean's, was not valuable, and the loss w ill be light. The insurance cannot lie ascertained to-night. . PORT liriRIXCE. ril'teen Hundred I.lvea lat in cent InanrrerUon. bam mxn AcruiEKN axi dealers i. 4C mi m Carriage and Wagon Hardware and Material of All Kinds. A 11.1. KTIM'K OK Saddlery and Harness ! AM) UOUHS PEltTAIMXtJ TO THIS L.I3E. AGENTS FOR THE TENNESSEE, KSILBURN AND FISH BROS.' FARM WACJOXN, 176-177-179 MAIN STREET. MEMPHIS. might be the cause of serious msaster. The Church cannot too tarefuUv avoid drawing lines of distinction between classes. The report contained resolutions recommending that the Board of Man agers of the Missionary Society bo re quested to appropriate as large an amount as possible to the missions of the Church among the colored people. The Special C jmmittec on the Sowanee Ciiiifereu.ee in its report, recommended the adoption of a canon lor the establishment ol missionary organizations in the different dioceses tin- , der the direction of the bishops. Not agreed to. , A message irom the Bishops agreed to concur with the Deputies relative to the i y uiYisiou oi too jMoceso. oi iorin tarouici. i A favorable report was made as to tht nomination of tiie Kev. W. S. Wplker ns ful scalp wound. 1 le cried Oh : iny jioor w ile and children, w hen he became un conscious ami delirious. J. B. Anthony's injuries are not so bad as at lirst reported. Physicians now express strong hopes of bis recovery, lie is treasurer and general manager of the Household Sewing-Machine Company, of Providence, It. 1. The accident happened on the Louisville and Nashville railroad, not the Air-Lino. It is now believed that none are injured fatally. Pokt ac Princk, Oetolier 23. Order bus ' been completely restored here. Fifteen j' huitrired lives were lost, and damage to the extent of $4,000,000 done during the late massacre. The Haytien steamer IVs- i saliens arrived under the American flag, i In the attack on Minigoana the govern- i ment troops were repulsed with severe ! loss. Oen. Piquent was mortally wounded, j BUSINESS TKOl'KLRS. Heavy Failure at 4'levrlanri. Ci.evklaxd, Oetolier 20. To-day's sen sation in business circles is the failure of Jno: N.Oliddon, secretary of the Kepublic Iron Company. Iitc yesterday the com pany filed in court a claim against him for upward of 111,000, on which he con fessed judgment as secretary. The com pany holds his stock, the market value of which is alxiiit $2V),000, but it is under stood that considerable is pledged for other debts, and the question of priority of the claim is likely to arise. I I 'ar-l,nd A I more' a .oir Mince Meat. . 1 C'nr-Eoutl Xew X. Y. Ntnte Buckwlirat. 4 Car-Load C'hiiimmI Fruit. Yrirt'talilon, El.. 1 nr-I.oal Canned Narttliie. Salmon and Mackerel. far-l.ttad Candle. St ar-I.tiidi l reoli OaeWttr. arIMid .Mackerel -till. Ilaltea and ItarreU. 5 CarI.nl RnImIiim. FUm. Citron and XiiIh. I Car-Iitd 4atuieal. Cracked Wheat and (jraliaui Flour. Car-I,odx SUtcr-.Moon Flour x7 1 Cnr-I.uad Cheee Very Flue Cream-2 in a lo. Maple Syrup, Creamer) Kntler, Jollie. Cranberries, Kresli Kimsled CuffM (Hail; i, Klce, Apples, (Manges, Potatoc! and Ctlor.-"fc- OLIVER, FSMIE km iESMOl'S ACC1DKXT n ml Xar JSishop 01 Aortir Jhikota. Keeess. ; I he two houses meet in the alterinsui as a Board of Missions. Mr. James M. Brown, of New York, was re-elected ' treasurer of the Domestic and Foreign , Missionary Society. i The reiKirt of the Mexican Commission , was presented, anil, alter discussion, the I Whole matter was laid on the table. The House c-f Bishoos accented Bishop I Patten as secretary, and elected the Kev. j lr. latiock a committee en the Is-st ; methods of increasing the ability and ex-. tending the benefits of the fund for the , relict of widows and children of deceased clergymen. 1 EX KOITeI'o'kANSA.S CITY. lie Texaa anfl Ml. lania row-Cianjrc. ink Plcfk, Ai:k., lletolier 2:5. The south-bound passenger train on the St. I Louis and Texas narrow-gauge road wan ditched fifteen miles north at 7 o'clock this morning. Two coaches and the sleeisT were throw n from the track and Mrs. French, wife of the station agent at McNeill, thrown forward on her face and painfully bruised. The passengers were brought to Pine iSlull' in a caboose. The train was running slow at the time. The accident, was due to defective cattle-guards. THE O OOXNKLL FIND. HrctiiiKr of Iriwltinen at the (Hrlhone Last Slant to A Very Hroftperaui I'onulry and Thriving, tiroain Tonnv. KnlMC lunN for tile Dclem. of Klayer f Carey. Special Corresiiouvleni-c "f tlur Acond-l Kansas City, Mo., October 22. - Sup posing that a few facts in regard to the new railroad connecting Memphis and Kansas City may be of interest to your readers, I have kept some notcs.of a hur ried trip over that road. On last Wednes day I was informed that by going ria For rest Citv and Netllolon I could reach the- A meeting of the Irishmen of Memphis was hold at the courthouse last night to raise funds for the deieuse. of Patrie ; o'Donnell, the slayer of the informer Carey. The meeting was called to order by Mr. Patrick Boyle, w ho stated the oli jeet of the meeting, and read the following circular from Patrick Ford, editor of the 7, ;. H .,i.f.- Un it i: or tiik Ikish Worm, i Nkw oKk, October IS, IV. ( Lik ib Sir You ara, of course, aware that .Tapirs rnv. tho informer, af'tor ha hail vnt four lri-h- r.iiKlisii Kuiiiiffa anil cmiiiiffurti lour nii-ii to nil hnfrlii i Kansas City road and come through in i mure to a tii un tomb, ;nuxht nafety in fliiutto , .. r . ,r , . , ' the cmls nl the enrth. l ou arc aware llial the tn- good time. Leaving by the Memphis and former. iiuiI.t an u-miiiwl name. w- slain in I ittle Riu-k rnul on Tlinrsil iv inorniiw it 1 Sunih Atrini. in July l.it. b- the haml of an i-ittie tuHK roanon i iiursuj niorninB .it - j,.,,,,,,., wbn lmiI , t,lc r,..r uf the irilip, - o'clock I reached Forrest City in time for crmuent before hU eyes. Tha, Irit-lnuan is Pai breakfast. At this point it was necessary "o Ponneina iiow in the elutohet of the Engli-h to wait till 4 o'clock p.m. for the train J J iution th,0 going north on the Knobcl branch of the i he i.- ol thai jtami. ol uieu who, at the risk ui his Martha Lit Illation's liinlainil. Mrs. Martha Livingston, a thrifty col ored voinan, w.ts Martha tiroon before Charles Livingston married her in New Orleans, Ijt., some ten yearn ago. They wont to Morgan Citv; there be Miccc-t- fully commenced dealing in moss on a small scale, aud aliout throe tears ai I opened a general merchandise establish ment. She put her money n way, and in vested f 1 in one-tifth of ticket No. 0H,.il!, in the September drawing (the 1 not hi of the luisimia State lottery, bv writing to M. A. Dauphin. New Orleans, "La., ami re ceived 10.000 cash, w hich she invested in United States registered bonds. Ar r em ( l.n.) I'ieuytinr, S,!, mUr 20'A. Attorneys Unbarred. W AsiiixiiToN, Oetolier 2:1. (hi the rec ouimendatiim of tbe Commissioner of Pen sions the S-cretary of the Interior has or dered the ' suspension of the following named attorneys : J. 11. Cully. Knckland, Me.; Francis Itegister, Philadelphia; Win. II. Druen, Philadelphia; Milo B. Stevens & Co., Cleveland. ashington, IVtroit and Chicago; Win. 11. Wills & Co., Washing ton, D. C., and Jas. H. Russell Co., Trenton, N. .1. The commissioner recom mended that some of the above-named persons be disbarred. The. 6usncnioii, however, is preliminary to the charges, which miuit b proven. 1 he recommendations of Cuinmissii ner Dudley for the suspension or disbarment are based on the general charges of im proper practices before the pension mjIv-p. fatal Itoller CiiImi. Cist i.vxati, October 23. A boilet ex-t ploded in the pump factory this afternoon. I Sine persons were injured, four of w hom I -II , , l- A. . .... I win prouaoiy oie. '. i-agrange men in an hour. C. Crolsfon, James Hutchinson, tteorgo Cinrlosh, Frank BrookJiMrt and Will Howell wore severely humed. Ooo. Miller had his leg broken in two places. Vition, strength and health, all found in one bottle of Brown's Iron Bitters. Tin: OI.IU.ST ESTABLISHED 1S49.1 A.IY t.l TO a IIOI HF. IX Tin; city. SFECHT & WALTER CANDY MANUFACTURERS A.M IrlMI.F.KS I TO V.N 1 IKF.MOKK. air Wnaranleed aa Kenreaenlen'. Orators for l-arltea and M editing Taken. 97 MHUSOX NTKF.KT. MF.MIMIIS. TF. X X . BOOTS AND SHOES AX i:i.K.AXT VtltlF.TV AND LATEST STYLES! Stark Equaltu any In tlie Southwest. ( H. loin Work a Special)). Mca-iirca Taken. LINKHAUER & LEHMAN 292 MAIN STREET. i lSSil. THE SOUTHER!; E3PBE.SS COMPANY riasr k.U'k rwifriV. Morris A Button entered bay colt Manitoba; J. W. 1-oud entered bay gelding Kit-hard Ixnid. Association Purse for two-year-olds, three-quarters of a mile dash. Manitoba's jockey was Saxe, purple jacket ami w hite cap, aud Bichan Loud was ridden by Jamison, cherry and lemon stri)ies. At tbe tap of the dram Loud sprang away, followed at a distance of about a length by Manitoba. The dillerence in their movements was plainly distinguish able. IamiiI ran as evenly as if sliding over the ground, while hiscompoiibir bounded along wildly, losing at every stop. At the lirst uuarter-post they wore nock and nock with 1-oud gaining inch by inch, and ap larently without effort. At the half-mile post Manitoba recovered part of his dis tance, but hist it again in making the turn. Coming down the home-stretch Bicliard 1-oud moved as easily as lcfore, ami Manitoba, too, bad" settled down into a dead run, and made a splendid cllbrt to win. The crw d cheered lustily, and when the racers were within fifty yards ol the line it seemed as if Mani tolia had at least a ghost of a sh.vw. Kichard IOtid, at this moment, made a final effort and won in line style by nt least four lengths. SuMmnry, Time 1 :20J. lUcuard LoIIf'; first; Manitoba, euoond.. Auction pools sold at $101) on Loud and $V)oii Manitoba. French pool paid St 20 on Loud, f Book makers, 7 to :i on lxmd. ai:(OM it it'K, Knirici.J. J. Merrill entered bay mare Olivette; J. B. Ferguson encored chestnut filly Mayonaise. tiaston Hotel Stake, for three-year-old fillies, entrance, play or pay. hj ailtica, ol wntcli .o to kocoml, third to save stakes. One and one-eighth miles. Olivette was ridden by Withers, blue jacket, orange cap; Mnyonaiso byTavlor, cherry, white hoops and cap. Olivette was a big favorite, selling tour to one against Slayonaiae. The - betting was luuch more spirited and general than on the first' race and the Vrem-h mutuals had a big' run. When Mayonalsn- was brought out to exercise seventh who watched ber. graceful movements' and sinewv tlmiro Ledimd. and when the bell tapped for tpe start the interest was rtanerj ( Third Iay-Wednesday, October 21th. rirt ,?-Mcttiin Purse: fur two-ycnr- iM-of whii-h sl tn iHiml; d.i.h live cikhtlii1 of a mile. tiniirjre llaks rtiturp c f Mis ato, hy Barney tVilliains. tlam .Siinvamon. J V l.oitil piitiri in Lady l.ouil, by Munarcli it. iliitn Laily HartlnHay. Murrii .V I'littnu rnu-r blk f .-ttnit.-t. liy Saxon, ll.-ou anv-Si. . .Hayilt-n Jc llarry enti-r lr f tjalay. hy lllcn K;irv. ,1am 1'iiiiaiita. fiN Itnr. National St.ke: for thnc-ypar-ol.ls: rntram-e. half I'orlVil : aiHcil. of nhirhslini tu geroiiil. thtril to nave attike. Win ner til' lss.l oiu-e, h lb en:tliy ; tw iii- or more, 7 llin. mniileu allow aut-e; one and onc-M.-li-i-nth uiit'. S IS-wert & enter h it Arlee, by Araiuis. ilatn Pora. U T I'tne pntrrii b jf Aceniler by ini Itueidin, il iui A-,vii.-iuti T hint Itnrr. Selling. A.x-ition Vurae (Talrt. of whii-lt ST." to Mv-oti'.l, irSt to third, liornes to be .-M lor SJH to earrr weiphl for ace! 1 lb al-loae-l for eai h 5ll ifown to ?1'1. then 1 Ih 1 loweil lor ea. h eh ilown to H'w. then S lh for eai-li sliii down to S-00; maidens, if :t yeara old, allowed :l lbs adilitton.nl. 4 years old and up ward allowed 7 lbs: three-fourths of a mile b-at-; -un-liis roes to the association Mortis .V l;tilou tnler b, g tloi-utu, 3 Year, by Glciielir, dam l.K't. S-ueiHwiHid A Sweet enter b m Aleena, I years, by Armust, dam t'arrie T. IVlrte A t'o enter e a-.ludff Putin. 3 years, by Carinariie, dam Annie I'. 1" M W est enters e 1" Lilly B, 4 years, by Hurrah, dam Sallie Newton, li W hardeu A t o cntr c a Muck. A rcart. by Jno Moriran. dam Hitiiodido. W i, t'tssidy enters b r I'amplninl. a years, by III t'aed. data Camilla. - M 1 lauaher euters e f Callao, aped by Planet, datn Hetty 1, nT. .... . iJM Tourf Voee.-llandiear: fnraltaee. paen MOO, . $M to seeond : one and three-fourth mile: en tried to b uiada at the eourse al 1 w. second dav; weights to alr-ar at 4 it m aaate oayf de claration to be made tbtourh the entry-box 3il minutes aller the last race same day. Morris I'alton enter bit Fellowplay, S years, by Loiist'cHow, d-itn IMatla-i. W I .Nl -loivooli enters c tClloulcvard.Mlvears. by Unnnic Seolluuil, lam .MaratMisa. W lt t'a-sidr enters b h lllaae-. R years, hy Leaminirt-.n. dam Liidy M"lly. Sam fj,-kcr enters b m Hriirand Uelia, S years, by lirijrund. d.im Kransher. Sain Hikers culors e iu Fmiua K 4 yeara. by Henry O'l'allon. dam llransher. W fl Shudley entera b h liallard, I years, by Billet, dam Katie I'icrce. J W liud enters e tn Lida Stanhope. 5 years,by W aerty. daui Ada Cheatham. 11 F Vt alker enters e y Pick Brown, 3 years, by tlit-k Brown, dam Viola. Jli Ferguson enters b m Annte O, atred. by l.oipltHjW, gam Sallie traver. . . .. . .. . I'n UW Xlgllt wF-irat Kac. Five-eiirhtha of a mile dash, Miss Yates, $4rt; Lauv Loud, $50; Mani toba. SIS; tialaxv, SlO"; Zamora, $o0. ,econit Race. tleven-sjxteentha ot a At the adjourned meetirii: of the Cotton Kxrhange yesterday morning the coniinit loe npiointed at a previous meeting for the puriose made the following report in regard to the death of the late .1. 1'. lay, which, on motion of tien. l'atterson, was unanimously adopted. AViiEUF.AS, It has pleased Almighty tiod to remove from our midst by death our young friend and associate, James 1. Day, to whose memory we are assembled to pay a final tribute of remoot, therefore, be it " Remlred, Tl.r.t death, alwavs sad. boars the reflection of vol a deeper sorrow when it strikes the .11.1..-and cuts down while yet in the ... rn inii qf its prime a life which held nc ' its nromise hone and ioy and well-dire.-!.-,! onorirv. Rcfnlred, i'l..:t ill the life of our voun-j friend there w as a blondina of those nuali- ties whih most commend a man and helpto place hiin on a (dime of human life worthy of emulation bv his follows. Rewired, That in the death of such an one it is no common loss, no ordinary be reavement. RenilreH, That while no words of ours may alleviate the deep distress of those who, beinc nearest, loved him most, vet it is our mournful pleasure to tender them such sympathy its this world can pivc, commending them to Him who "does-not willingly althct the children of men," and under whose inscrutable providence the saddest heart may come to rejoice. ; lienmrea, 1 nat inese resolutions be snreait upon the minutes of the Kxchauge, and that a ropy !e furnished the morning paiiors for publication, and to the family of deceased. JOHX V. PI1.L ARD. Chairman. AI.K tl.TCTHKK, PK.VMS SMITH, Adjourned. A Mil lit FACTORY Blown I p anil Eight Children Nerlanialjr lajnreit. AVii.kemiarke, ir... Cctolier 2". The people oi Kingston Vera startled this evening by a loud explo sion. The Kxeefiuor ' Squib Factory had been torn to liieees. and eight children employed there were blown out w uu the living timbers in every direction. No one appears to know the exact uause of the enplasiuti, but H Is believed that they had been burning wood in tho stove, anil a spark was blown out of the stove into a keg of powder. Kight children, ranging from eleven to sixteen, were' all seriously injured. . ' ' ' (It 11 Rljthta la Texas. At sTix, Tex., IVtober 2X Vice-lresi-dent Hoxic, of the International railroad, has written the iiovernor that business will not justify running separate roaches to accommodate negroes. By the recent civil rifjhw iocion, Ue ea)a,"we can now make colored, 'nien take the seat; we desire. The Governor replies that this difficulty involves thf peace of society; that there is but one remedy, and that It is the place of the company to provide a coach for each color. ' He sincerely regret that the road will not do what 'seems reasonable and what other trunk linos have done. Tha Saee-DaT ta mvtltMle. ItnUnUea. Xaw York, October 23. The Mace Davis combination of pugilists sailed to day for Kngland. Mace ia under a taw weeks engagement. Maco renewed "hl challenge to spar frullivan. A voi sg girl in Philadelphia who for three years has been patient sufferer with sore-throat, has been effectually cured j bv using Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup. Makes Attractive Display or It First Knn Over the K. C, S. a- .11. B. R. Aliout 10 o'clock yesterday morning one of the large transfer wagons of the South ern Express Company, laden to the bear ings with goods, and decorated with a ban ner bearing the inscription "First Trip of the Southern Kxpress Compatiy over the Kansas City, Springfield and Memphis Kailway." was drawn through the princi pal streets and attracted considerable at tention. The wagon was drawn by a splendid team of four horses, Mr. M. II. Powers, foreman of the company's stables, handling the lines iu a manner that proved him an adept at the business, and appa rently conscious of the honor conferred on him in boing entrusted with the first load brought over that great Western thor oughfare The "run" was in charge of Messenger y. L. lleenrtg, specially de tached fur the purpose. The goods con sisted principally of butter, dressed poul try, cheese, game, eggs, fresh sausage, etc., ami was all from Kansas City, and con signed to the following Memphis mer chants : W Taylor. Krh Co. Carter k Blessing, Lawhorn it Newsoin. K B Cooior & Co. Seessel, Ashner A Co. J A ISiR-nniiro, H Luehrmann, Oliver. Finnic & Co, Black i Montarue. V Sehermevcr, Martin Walt Co. The Southern Express Company has the exclusive privilege on this road, as well as on the Paramore road, which has recently brought the Iron Mountain railway to a sense of its obligation to the citizens of Arkansas, TuO railway company yesterday liegau receiving freight for shipment from Mem phis westward, and the ArrEAt. takes pleasure in noting the rivalry for lirst hon orstwo establish inents claiming to have made the first shipments. The question can be easily settled in this way : Tho first shipment of merchandise was made by the prominent Vnion street gro cery firm of A.. Rl-ruadwelT ACo. The first shipment Of Memphis manu factures was made by the Pioneer Cotton Mill, it being a consign met consisting of sheetings, shirtings, drills, etc., for mer chants of Kansas Citv. J S Stanton Co, C C Bill Jt Son, Kirk Allen & Co, Watts Bros.. Newsotn & Co. J J IVaine k Co, C K Kyan t Co, SClentents, Victor Fueha, II Brooks, John llerron, Kckerly, Stono k Co, TIIK ELLOYV-FEVEH At tjaaynal Hade a Clean Swep-Tkt Vaal Indians arvaAlpic l; Treses, Ariz., October 19. Mr. Wm. A. Scott, jr., yesterday received a letter from Col. Samuel Bran nan, the well-known Guaymas real estate agent, from which tbe filar is permitted to make extracts. The colonel says: "Inclosed find a letter to be forwarded to Feniche, City ol Mexico. It goes ria I aredo, as I think Ui'e other routes are closed, having received, no answer to five letters sent. For the laat month and a half I have been sk-k with the yellow fever, taken from my secretary the 'day be fore he died. Dr. Figard here says it will be followed by the typhus fever. It may be so, but I do not go much on the doctors we have here. I think it ia all over. There were no deaths yesterdav, Three hun dred or more have died since it com menced. It was brought ashore at MazaO lan by the war steamer Sonera, from the south, den. Carbo on board. Some think it came overland from Vera Cruz. It came liere from Mazatlan. Three men were put on shore by the American steamer Sew bern, two of whom died the next day and the other was taken sick and died soon af ter. She also took it to San Francisco, where she will remain this month. It has spread all over the Stat (Sonora) by the wn lit'e. was d'-terniined to wine out the dis B-r.ntf that re.-ted on his fieople. It ia for the Kn Klih Crown proi-eeulor. however, to show, if he can, that the element of premeditation entered into the act. if thttt fuet rttumit tr lkgali.y prorcrf, then tl'Ponueil cannot legally be sent lo the ?e:ttI-iM. i Hi- f;,ic i-oneerns the whole Irish lace, and I evi-iy lrir-liman wi'lt manifest that concern, i The iui-lo-ed article, taken from Iho llublin ytitit.it. fovcsus lo itiiilcrstaiid lhat the Knirtish : jroVCl'lluient, irAj'i-ft rtmtfit niffinf'll'a it rtintrnt-f I fnml ct'A,,n the in'orirr, isthirslinsforO'lHin I nell'i blood. 1 As an Auioiinan citUen tu a firelvn land. O' lionnell bus a riirht to exiiect the iroverntnent Iron Mountain road, on which 1 proceeded to Kettleton. At Forrest City I met sev eral former Memphians Mr. Fiissoll, Mr. P. D. Boyle, Mr. tiabe Klein, now of Lit tle Kock, and several traveling salesmen. While the fruit crop of the South generally is a failure, I saw at this place several of the finest apples that ever came to my notice. They grew in a garden at Forrest City, which is a growing, prosperous country town, with well-built business houses, and first-class men controlling them. Court ! "f.'he I "ited States will see to it that -he acts a u-n In dotln lli.,rr nn.l ll I... ,1. Mti- iHirmai. I no practlcii i pympamy wnien irtsn Aii-.i-ricitn- evince in tho tuattcr is calculated tu exert a beiien.-ial influence ot Wesuiuatn. Tint hlnitton uiay do, we gants were puzzled aliout a mule, but each of those was sure the mule was bis prop-; whatever the people at W'a! ertv. So much hadU-en said ulwuit Xei- J 11 " a'V 'LZif r i r.. ., r .. .... i , 1 nave, oi my own motion, retained someof the tleton, the point 111 Wllltrll the Kansas City very ablest lawyers in America to cross the At crosses the Iron Mountain road, that 1 ex- ! Imnic and. wiih Mr. A- M. tiullian and Mr. pet ted to find a lively little town. Imagine ' M'tl'Vj'iV, i'.'!'ii,!r, "Pr rT?' ot thnM 'va' 1 . -, . . , . . . , . , llciuiiu. cttifajro in P lionnell sdelenee, my surprise when, about o clock at night, fiin. I'rsor t(d liia associate are lawyers of the train arrived there, and the hrakeiium i enoriniiiu priuiice. nnd ihrlr goinc over to Knu- !! led "twniltv minuti.s f..r ain.nor " on, I !"" Oisnri-tllllti- llit-ir Uunuess. 1 heir fee: per. we all turned out, and saw a lamp on a post antl lights in one large room, in w hich there were two long tables for w hite folks, one short one for negroes, and three beds.. About -00 yards nin th was the station, and near it a saloon. These three houses con stitute Xettleton. lint the eatiiihouse is being added to with a new front, one room deep and three rooms long. Mr. .lames (iillKTt, a good-natured olt gentleman, i runs the oatinghonse. Starting from Xettleton west, the first j town arrived at is Joncsltoro, iliree and ' one-half miles distant. This is an old town, which all the drummer wore look- 1 ing to for business. The next town reached i was Hoxie, where the old Iron Mountain j road crosses the Kansas City. A few miles ! further on we crossed Black river at n , point called Black Rock. At this point j heavy rock is struck and a tine farmiiij,; ; country is entered. Kvidenees of prosper- j ity and business activity iiu iiinindant j about the tatio.i, and 1 thought at once -that Memphis might soon be hauling pay- , ing rock from that point. A little further j on and the road strikes Spring river, a lit- tie stream of clear water running' from ! Mammoth Spring, located near the ArVaa- sas and Missouri lino. Kot kubviinds all along this so-called river. The road-bed is a good one, well ballasted and i smooth. The country is slightly broken, but all the valley land near the river is ji, cultiva tion and has produced w hat may, under the disadvantages, of this your, be called good crops. Maniimith Spring s near the Arkansas line, and onti mile west of it is Spring City, in Missouri. Two miles fur ther off is Augusta, Mu. This is a grow ing young town, where railroad shops are to be located. There ar. a number of growing little stations liotween Augusta and Springfield. At Cabool two 'Hi; ,; .h.-r-tillers wore brought nlrnri'i. At .Mountain Station Ed M,n', Trail tiruhnni ami au othor Memphiau came aboard, bound for Springfield.' It may be said tliat all this country from Hoxie to SprU;ilield is fair agricultural l.mvu, i,n. ' many of the !:,U',e. towns are growing rapidly, tiood horses ami cattle were soon at many points. Magnificent scenery I is found in the mountains a few miles from j Springfield. A horseshoe curve tl.eiw ery much like that on the, iViinsyivauia road, though th,c Juoupuiins are rot so 1 high. Fiaiu fsiiilngtield to I'ort Scott ! there are many good farms and thriving stations, loal miners near l ev, K'ull ii eoUM-otu-lice ot tm loss anrt incon t-iiinnn.. will necessarily be hich. Hut the moral effect of their prc-cncc will, I am sure, be aood. N -t only must Ihe fees of the American eoun- fel ht- satitii-d: hut the burden of the eyt-euj-e of li'tiontietl's l-'iutlivji counsel, un the' coat J oi tnituiK w iiiicsscs iiom .itnoa. eiu.. tll have : to he defiaycd uut 01 till- tmi'l tbat is now bcinii I ruse,). ' 'l'iic terrorized state of Ireland has almost J paralyzed the people on the outer sid. It is I h.-iriily as lnui-h as a man's lilterly U worth there ; to -h.-w any syuipattty icr the slayer of an Kng i li-h inlMrmcr. hvai l-js all this 1 think it would only be right ; and hitina- that 0'Umnell, i.n Lis ni-iuitl.il. .-h.iu',1 he prcsci!tct with a substantial tepti i.ionial: if ho dies, then let tho teslimonial so to ! ns nioihor, Murm-ry O'Ponnell. iniloneaal . t he ! kniovie Iffo of this intention on our part w ill ; '.-In-t-r his soul for any late. ; lui-locd is a subscription iit for Ihe O'llon- neil llclene t'nntl. Please do what von can I wiih it, and return when your effort- arc ended. t he names ,, the collectors, with, tb.n names i and ninminls oi all tho subscribers, will ho - knowledited ;u tle iti-h 'i'cvt,i. Very truly "inr. r ATRicit roan, i Justjce . M. Vintors was then elected chairman by acclamation, and accepted the honor in acharaoteristic siieeoh. lorn incKcotl was elected secretary, and the rt-iiorters for tho press assishtut'sevre taries. Alter several si-eeche. on motion of Mr. John Walsh, a committee of twu was ap pointed from each ward in tho citv to so licit subscriptions and report back to a meeting to held at the same place two l weens nencc. : The cluiir appointed the following as the committer; ' t-'irnt IV'r,.-J,.hn J. Shea and .lohn Kain. , .SW UVi,. ,l,,hn llourke. Win. yuinn and . lo'har-l ilt-uchcrtv, i Jin.,1 UViiv. Tom lioylt- and P. J. Kellv. t:vrlk IVo.-,. 1, W.Ul,.,r P.i ..l Mo.-i-.tn. I. Kelly. tttrh Hirrf -John I.cacuc and Jobs Clavtn. wts H'.irJ 1'at Mctiv'.'faaa Slid Capt. tVil It:im t iiniiinaHun . Xrr,if "";.,, r. I'eely and Tom Barrett. (..-' HoiW. J'om Conway, John iuainn and l'.il ll-yle. .iY"". n""rd. John rVu-.-i-lwa, James Reilly and Jlike J .Neil . y. ata rVa,,,-!! O'Neil, fhren Trainer and l ilt ClfluaMH. Viii.ii l.mor.3nin T. M. Winters, Tom .lc Keon autT J. Ncllinirton On motion of Mr. John Loagno, it was ordered that subscription lists lie left at the following-nametl places: John. I. Shea. John P.ourka, ti.irle-Hailaner. I'.J. Kellv. IV .H M-l i..ld.n. Morgan J. Kellv. yll.-h.icl ll'Scal. Thomas Kes-lv. b-hn 1'enderrast. Ayotl tllhcc. Av.ilanche Olriee. Hcimttar ofttce, Ledcor I 'roc . j' Cat . William Cunningham was elc-ted . ie;tsurer of the fund bv aivlamatkm. Attorney-ienent iNimer announced !J!i? LANK Tuesday. October 2), 1KS.1, Haniika Lan(, ured eighty years. Funeral from the residence of .Mr. , bwuahue, Xo. 4 South Ih-ale street, this (WKDXKSDAV) mnrnin u IQo'elaek. Friends of the family are invited. Servicea from St.'I'atrick'a church, DKIVER At her late residence, H'i Ilumphrgy strcet, Ldtiikr Pkivkk. sraudinotber of Fred ft. Hunt. , Funeral services at the Beale Stroel Baptist church this (WKHXESJlAYl moruinc at 10;!1 Ct'elock. Krienda invited. PEEK At the residence of Thomas Alexander, f" ; " mchesler avenue, Tuesday. Oetolier 21, Is!, at 11 iiiu n clock b.iu.. Johs k. Vkki, in the forty-elehth yosr of his are. Funeral from residence this (WEDNESDAY) morning at 1(1 o'clock. Sen i.-et by the Rev. Mr. J. P. Walker. . .MEMPHIS, TKNN., AX1) LITTLE IMM'K, AltK. - - H. G. HOLLENBERli'S MUSIC HOUSE I Two Ini-h nMrw filleil with 'lrwl-4 laws PIASnN anil OHU.tMI. lln.i Irdiii Iks) Olileol and most Kellable Mouse. al LOWFMT PRH'DN, for f 'awh or na liixlallinents, Nlnefc of aver H.t.tMHi dlirerenl Musleal uinaOtlona. xnru.TII II rerelteil ilally. tm The miHl esperleneeTa)SieraM X Warkmsa einleil. KREMiER'S lylEXNE IMNPI.AV Of IIIAV GOODS IK A LI. lEPARTMi:.TIH. LEU m & DALE, jury Good WHOLESALE i Istks, 4M Olothmg KM EMEU'S HAT IISIJa A Y ! MPM'IAL M.1 TKIMM:l HAT. WOKTir FI LLY l. PARIS PATTERN HATS AT HIS. GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING 600DS Nos. S2G-328 Main Street Igemphis, Tonn. TlTR ARK IN I1AII.Y Ml (Hll-To. I1HSI kAIII.K r Al.l. AMI WIXTKK UOtllla, Wllll'll VV offer to the traiic mint tho moat faroralde tortus. Our prii-na will eotnpare fnvorahly with tli of inr market in Ihe roito.t St-it I in Inormonu to 'i-S Hiicers. LIIHK A 4 I.P T1IKN1IOK NTOKKOFTI112 SOI THWIT ne 'T mink tney can jiitite co,;,i ,.t .M. iuiiiiw nt n j that he had encclvotl t he lirst stilwcription i" ,"f n " no" urntin:. i to tl;o ruiut, M, from Jrtxti.-e Smith, i-hair- rrcim tort Si-olt to Kansas t'itv i sunn- . j nia ,, tle Countvt'ourt. thellnest grain-grov, ins land in the- v.orld. The thanksof tlie rtiet-tini.' were tendered .Mapnticent farms, the lioiis,3 &ct' largt: tho iret for courtesies received after and tine, stretch back fur luikvs from the j which an adjournment wan had toTue.lav road, and two Sveuta ttsmpares layorahly j nitrhf. November nth. with th richest Tvirious in lllinobi or any . . other irrain-jrrowini; State. Fine hir."s and eows are at every home, and the Mir- TounihiiKH militate the Inched detrree J prosperity. CV'rn, wheat and, IJuo ;ru.M Tna Beaaiilnl tnllt iwtr Mala at M, are the leadincpn-Vcta. and are r.use-i iii 1 ken's for in Basiesit r ike rirat great t.uutMk'ii. TLU road will proveone ! of the bt&t for Meniphis.' Tho iieople j itlon; the route, when sjicakin ui our. citv, manifested a tlesiru learu nil thev could alHint ii, ahU seeiuert pierced th.i't j Kani.s -tty V ill get a gren; share of our traile. ' ' w. ' AIST KKlDIaKWOHK. PreaHjAerlaai Csistreli. Malarial Pelsaa. Having spent much of my time for the Past three veara in nnd near Alluinv. tin.. I had gradiiallv absorbed malaria intr ir.v ' w thout duubt the most elefjanl articles of fivrtem. and mv srcncrsl 1-ealtu was co:ii- ! the sort ever seen in thiscity. The mate- There will be on exhibition at Menken's this moniiiur two beautiful Japanese or kalciddcopc tjuilts, tuade by the lilies' Aid Society, which will be sold and the rroceeds donatexl to furnwhing the irst resbyterian church, now rapidly ap proaching completiun. The quilts are ex quisite hecuuuns ot ueexUcworK, ana are KKEMEK'S MEMPH BRAND BLACK NlLUiS. AT 91 SO. I1XI. VUt C FOB 03 S.I. Kit EMEU'S 54-INC1I CLOTH. T ( I. IV A ix Tiir. Sbali aud MistuPOA. L. Lowenstein i m ilk m:i.i. nx Splendid New Stock OF- CLOTHING hniim Gods AT A- pletely broken down; this poison cul ni- nted last qTmtier m a couc.-tive ctiill, and I" was confined to the be and bouse for five months; was treated by the best physicians by all the approved methods with no benefit ; my health was awt'ullv rials are silk, satin, velvet and plush of various claia, heavily embroidered and haud-paintcd,aiiil lined with flowered rose-folored satin. They must be seen to he fully appreciated, as no description can nve anv idea ol their real beauty and ele- brokendown: mv skin almost na vellov i srance. The pnee of the pair is SoOO which as a pumpkin ; a thick heavy coat "on mv j v"' reasonable, and it is to be hoped tongue; no appetite; and in a miserable ! t,ey i11 a purchaser, who, while fix generally. 1 was inducetl in April last possessins himself of real works pf art, to take Swift's SjHxitic, and the first few i a good caus-u doses convinced nie that it was what I x. , 1 .T ' . ' ... needed. I continued until I had taken j , ewocsnk.-, de.ulitv and whatiaUd n, several bottles, and am arcll man, the nr,,l b-v UK hrowa, Jkm, Bit, poison has all been driven out of my sj-s- : tern by Swift's Specific, and I have pained Csmvejetaauaa f lata ialslea mt Catrtas, thirty pounds in weight. cm.ci.as, i cWsct.vs.tTi, )ctoher23. Three national AuStsf".. lne"" Comp.a,vAv I tonvejitions of the Disciples of Christ, with w tit-legates, some rrom inreipn countries, Reduction of 25 Per Cent. smnl sr tke kaltatlaa- 1st eststa af esastiaitlaal seal alaor fa sae lalerfer lata; with the apprstaeli asj sVsar. 7n i iirn o nn m sv . av Mm m mm i. r I i n r n w. Baaaaa aaaas sVaaai Bbm I M bbssb I I W W W If, JJ Leaders inFine Boots & Shoes 1 JM0 MAIN STItKKT. - -&l t ornrr Alley, 0ptl 1-rnlvcMl.r llolrl, HEV 111 1 o. Ortli-n from AbrMl lrnil K W refund money fer (Ifvml ratnrn4 In good condttiun. i.-4'MtnlAvnr aud Frlre-aUlnl will ! Wmt free h applt- fHllftll.lill DILIiARD & COFFIM COTTON FACTORS And General Commission Morcliants, o.302 AI HOI 1 HOT MT.. IF.WMIIN. TI'. EWJIUSIC HOUSE ! H. . Urtt HEI.1. I I W. U. IHIII.K. H. g. tiETCHELL Xo. Union Street, 3Iempliis, Teim. km. ORGANS , Till 'Kl.ftKTU i.Mlrv, MlinlnaraF, en .. I. Ilnmil f i.n a wn OTittk PIANOS! aitetawaT m Mans, laeeker Ileal liera, llalsra Hnilkrra, J. '. t'laeher. II. . Uelrkell laaf m Maat 1SD PTHia PIANOS! OK(;AM! SHEET MUSIC & MUSICAL MERCHANDISE OF AM. KI.MIS. Our Pianos and Organs are Indorsed by All tho Leading Artists or Tsr. world. WE UAVE UMrOUBTtbLV THE LARGEST STOCK OF SHEET MUSIC, VIOLmS.GUITARS.EAI. JOS BRASS AND SILVER INSTRUMENTS. Tuning aod Repairing Ioiic by Kxporirnoftl H'oritim-ii. IUum aud OrKHnaj Kold on l'Mtty Slonlhlj- PNyinoiila. Old PiatnoM ExfliMnicod for .rw. H. G. GETCHELL & CO., 347 MAIN ST. R iWITZtMAWN & CO Wholewnle Dealrra) nd fabllahrra. Boys and Children Goods A SPECIALTY! Bllaaraisiea a.-aaaa AifeaM, AVashigtos, CV-tober 23. A letter from District-Attorney Corkhill pabliahed to day is the first step In a movement on tbe part of the government to pat a stop to the practice of dishonest pension claim agents. meet here this week in annual session. Of theee, tbe Christian Women's Board of Missions began its aession this afternoon, Mrs. P. II. Jameson, of Indianapolis, in the chair. The annual report (bowed a, healthy growth. Missions ax sustained ty tha hoard in Indja, Jamaica and the UtIFJ WIIX SVAVK aTMET IFTHIT Iiaala. Mj Bsaek arf.rr alaklas; Tkeir r re Bases. M Aau for th folios Inf Firat-Clan InaUsmsnU : STEINVAY AND WEBER PUNOS-""" c3..?i,al!-i.w,Ta',AH!, rn i a -Waa alAIOW at HAstlH, rir)H a WtRartr, msriKf a'' UiiUAJ CO, ABU SMITH AauilAS. Write for Catalogue. 883 snrl ZX WECOXls WT. MFni'ItlN. 7 LEST A BT.TSTTFD IN 1864. .em Cor. Jefferson and Main r- aLiflll II aaTl II ! II II la aFI ak Tt" fl VI "V Jobbers of CIGARS.T0BACC0 & SMOKERS ABTICLUS " 3M Front Btroot, Cornor rnion, 9f nipbia, Tenn. A.