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DAILY A mm -4 ft. ESTABLISHED 1840. MEMPHIS. SUNDAY, JTJLY 13, 1884. TAMMANY'S FIGHT Against the Nomination or CleTeland JUaile Clear lib Uradj was Se lected as tho Mouthpiece. An Interview with the (.overnor Which Will Explain the Animus of Ilia Venomous Attack. ' Juhn Kelly's Meanness Shown Up, and the Kecord of Ilia Lieutenant Ex jocd Shady Transaction. with true tcmocracy, and it is not a con dition most favorable to pood government, but I had nothing to do with creating it. I memly conceded it as I found it and wrote to the man who had the whole mat ter in his keeping, suirgevtiiifi that he, for the good of the people and in the interests of the party, should exercise hig power for good. If this be treason I can't see how I can escape its consequences. I have sup posed that Air. Urady was put in his old field because Mr. Campbell insisted on running in opposition to him. Campbell's majority indicates tlutt the people were unite willing to vote lor somebody besides Uraily" The forcible, determined face relaxed as the tiovemor rolled his chair back in front of the desk. "That fs all I have to say or will My," he continued, "to anybody on th; tophi. I hare done with t. In And Nhjs He Will Do Everything iu Mis Tower to Seenre the Success or His Tarty. The following interview with Uov. Cleve land, in the New York Herald of the lOih instant, will explain' the opposition of John Kelly to Mr. Cleveland's nomina tion, and show the animus olradys vicious attacks. The position taken by liov. Cleveland will be indorsed by all fair-minded mco. Tb Interview. Thomas F. tirady, Hoes Kelly's Tumma ny understrapper, whom Kelly put up to jiiHiilt ov. Cleveland yesterday in the Chicago Convention, was a State Senator at Albany in 188:2 and 1883. Mo member of the Legislature in either years was more impudently doprayed. None vm more no toriously "on the make." None so fla grantly opposed the leruocratic majority and the Democratic Executive in every effort they rondo for pure legislation and avtminiatraiion. He was continually in conspiracy with the Itepubiicans against own party, and in his own party he hat no associates except the worst. In the autumn of 1883 he was seeking a ' re election, when Gov. Cleveland wrote the following private, personal letter upon the subject to Boss Kelly: KxtXOTlYK CUIHBRR, At-SAXY, 1 October 1883. ( Don. .John Kelly: My IUabSib It is not without hesita tion that I write this. I have determined to ao so, however, because I ae no reason why I should not he entirely frank with you. I am anxious that Mr. Grady should mot bo returned to the next Senate. I do not wish to conceal the fact that my per sonal comfort and satisfaction are involved in this matter, lint I know that good legislation, based upon a pure desire to promote the iuterwsts of the people and the improvement of legislative methods. are also deeply involved. I forbear to write in detail of the other considerations having relation to the welfare of the party ana the approval to be secured by a change for the bettor in the character of its representatives. These things will occur to you without suggestion from ine, Yours very truly, HROVKll CLEVELAND. This letter Kelly caused to be published, together with a vile personal attack upon liov. Cleveland for writing it; and when charged with being the author of the pub Aication and the mouthpiece of the attack no lied about his share in it. un ine ailernoon til November I'M a correspondent of the Jlirald held an inter view with the Governor on tho subject. which was reported In the Herald of No vember 21th, as follows: (ioVT'Clevelaiid sat in his large re vol v inir chair in the Executive chamber this afternoon when the Herald correspondent called. llie Governor was alone. He looked vigorous and buoyant. The llan cock standard of 5TiO pounds has evidently ueen long since reartieu. "That letter of yours to Mr. Kelly. said the correspondent, "lias caused a good deal ol tit IK. The heavy arm chair was rolled a little nearer the interviewer and tho Governor's lipa were comnreiaMxl. i i .. lir. ii ii . mueeu r wen, i supposo 80, lie an swered. "V Uy " "That is for yon to say.'1 ' J "I hold it was tho proper tiling, nndcr me circumstances, 10 neiul that !Hter." i on uikik. r,iy wm not a proper representative to ud buck to the Son- ale T- "I do, niostauH-jra.llv. His aH inn inth n'jte Ifts bfjn against the interests of the ljople and u good government, and his j-oady tongue vave him power to be of great aid to bad men. I believe that the Democratic party could not ail'ord to in dorse such a course, and that his rejection would be a great benctit to the party and to the people. What's the use of striving lor the Honate. country Democrats argued, and have Graiy holding the balance of power to sell us out to the Republicans rVIIY TUB MITTK8 WAS IVRITTKS. "Hut about the letter, Governor 7" 1 he big arm chair rolled closer. "I sit - down, without the knowledge of anv Per son, and wrote to Kelly this man who Lad been assuring me of his anxiety to Hive me aid in my work. The Uoveruor tiere raised ma Hand and forcibly slapped . tho desk in front of him. J I suggested, . not for my personal comfort", which 1 did not deny would be subserved, but for the flood of tho public service, that he who had the power to say 'go' or 'eerao' should not lorce tue nomination ot Gradv upon the Democrats of the State. No man ever - acted with a more positive desire to serve the State than I did when I wrote that letter to a man claiming to be my friend I suggested that he who had the rov or (everybody knowing that the people of Ihe district had nothing to do with the nomination, and but for Kelly's orders irady could not be nominated) should lavor some better man lor the senate. "Did Mr. Kelly ever answer your let err "No. If he had been what I took him to be, and he believed in Gradv h nomina lion, he would have bo written frankly in reply, lie put the letter in his pocket and, I understand, called in his district leaders in U ray a district and mated his purpose to nominate him. The responses understood to lie from these leaders were that Gradjr could not bo elected in his I home district. Then Mr. Kelly went to luo rinu uisiuci, wnere imm. M. VJ. Mur- qUEEX ASD CRESCENT ROUTE. Ihe I.aat Hall Laid or Ihe Virkxburc;, Mhreveporl aul 'Mine BnllromK fBFECIAL Te TfIB af-CAI..) KimgviemRT, July Yi. The last rail was laid to-day in the presence of a lan;e crowd, of tho Vicksburg, ShreVeport and Tactile railroad and tho construction train passed over tue lleil river bridge. J his com pletes the Q leen and Crescent route or the Cincinnati Southern to Shreveport, forming connection with the Texas and Pacific. The road sras started over thirty years ago,and has passed through a legal ordeal from which it was extracted by the fcrlanger syndicate. Our citizens feel jubilant at its completion.' THE CIXCIJiNATI MOTS. Senator Bayard Interviewed Butler and the Anti-Monopolists So Excite ment at Chicago, The Investigation I con Ihe Botllca of the Victims Closed. Cincinnati. Jcly. 12. Coroner Mus- craft has made the investigation upon the dead bodies ol persons killed in the late riot, lie enumerates fifty-three whose bodies be Viewed. Of these he linds that Capt. Desmond was killed by unknown persons in the mob. Une man (Goetz) shot himself accidentally, another (Sinalz) was undoubtedly shot on bunday alter noon by the militia, and all others were ustifiably killed, they having failed to obey the command of the shnriu to dia- perse. A BOY MURDERER. A I.I tile Child Hilled by Thlrteen- Y ear-Old Roy. TlTTSHURO. July 12. This Afternoon Joseph Seidenstriker, seed thirteen, shot and mortally wounded Curloy Kshen- baugh, a Kttlo fellow only six years old i oung hshenbr.r.gh, who was an inmate of the Episcopal Home for Children, was with an old lady and several other child ren playing iu the orchard connected with the home, when Seidenstriker, with three other boys, entered the grounds. Seiden striker was nourishing a revolver, and the old lady ordered him away. He retortei wun an oatti, adding, "1 II shoot some ol you," and suiting the action to the words fired twice. The first shot lodged in a tree, and the second took effect in Eahen baugh s stomach. Seidonstrikr and his companions then fled and have not yet ueen captured, r.saenbaueh is still livinir. .Mil ins oer.iu is momentarily expeated. jwwr. xouiik ociueiim-riKer whs bt rested at home to-night, lie admits the shooting, and says he thrtw the revolver in the river, fcsh'onbaugb is still alive, but. is sinking rapidly. Seidenstriker family is highly respected, but the boy nas been rattier wayward. THE OKAXUEXEX. A Urand Demonstration at Stwrr- Thousauda in Attendance. Nkwhv, July 12. The Orange demon Btrntion at Newiy to-day was a grand affair. bix thousand UranKemen arrived Irom Lurpan and 5(X) from Knuland to nartici pate in the Orange demonstration. Fifteen hundred troops paraded here tins morn' lug. ' Proeewdon nt (.Ihikow. Glahuow, July 12. There wero in the Orange prwssion. In AiliPrlrn, Nkw York. July 12. The Oranuemeu picmcued Here. TuiiADKi.eiiiA, July 12. The Oranzc- men celebrated to-day by a procession and picnic. 15,000 TELEGRAMS To be Had by ( nil Ine at the Office a . the Hoars Mentioned.'. List of undelivered telegrams remaining at the V estem union leltfgniph oitice, M ml men street. Glhce hours irom 8 t0:30 o'clock a.m. and frmn 6 to 9 p.m. GOV. HENDRICKS, a Ron slag Speech at Indianapolb, Accepts the Nomination for the Ylec-Tresidcncy, Inoianai'Oljs. July 12. Ex-Senator lien-tricks arrived early this morning, and wai received with a salute. He re mained at his residence during the morn ing, where he was the recipient of many congratulations from friends and neigh bors. A large number of congratulatory telegrams were recoived. Mr. Hendricks declines to answer positively whether he 11 accept or decline the nomination, saying it would not be proper for him to discuss the matter until he is formally notified. It is the general impression here that he will accept. A ratification meet ing will be held this evening, at which Hendricks is expected to speak. Robt Cri Miss Ka (Irttivllle LJ Donnhu r unner IS Hutchinson liilbcrt Movers Kirk, A licit A Co l.yuit lwi Furntonhvim & Milfuftl lloeass M rs Una h Mormw J 1 r ermi .) M Howard. S W 11 Tout, 2 H A (Irixt T ' Kiibncy Mrs Mary L mil in a nl A A 1'ntton i. lo K ('uiipor iV Co ' ' The Ratification Meeting-. IsoiANAi'Oi.is, July 12. A largely at tended Democratic meetimt to ratify the nomination A Cleveland and Hendricks was held here to-night. Messrs. Hen dricks and McDonald were escorted to the lace ot speaking by the new political tabor organization known as tho Auto crats. The meeting was called to order by Austin II. Brown and Wm. H. English was made chairman. Mr. Hendricks was received with a burst of eenuine enlhusl asm, which seemed to inspire him, and he spoke with more than his usual ease and fluency. His remarks were as follows MR. HENDRICKS 8 BI'BKCH. My Fbi-ix)w-Citiz8ns You are almost as mad as they were in the convention at Chicago. Great Cheering. I thought they would not Btop up there at all, and I thought there was no limit to the crowd of people there, but I find there is a larger almost here. I am very much encouraged and delighted to meet you on this occasion, i on come to celebrate and to express your approval of the nomina tions made at Ciiicago. I am glad that you are cordial in this expression lins is a great year with us. Every fourth year we elect the two great officers of the government. This year is our great year, and every man, whatever his party association may be, is cauea upon to reconsider all dues tions npon which he is disposed to act, and, having reconsidered, to cast his vote in favor of what he believes to be right. The Democracy of Indiana appointed me one of the delegates to the convention at Chicago, i spent nearly a week in attend' airce in mat city, and now 1 re turn to say a few things to you. and only a few things, in regard to that convention. It was the largest convention ever held in America. Never has such an assembly of people been seen before. It was a convention marked in its charac ter for sobriety, deliberation and pur poses, it selected two men V tarry the banner, and leaving that convention and going out before the people, the Question is, will you help carry the banner? Great cneering and cnea ol "We will do it." 1 do not expect. I have no right to expect thut 1 will escape criticism, and it may be the slander of the opposite party. I have not in my life euUered very much from mat, uut i am bcioie you 11KMOCBATS, CONSERVATIVES, INI)KI'ENIK-jTS: all. men who wish to restore the govern merit to the position it occupied before t hese corrupt times, and to all such men 1 make my appeal for yoursitpftoh-t for the uiuce iur wuicn i nave ueen nomi nated by tho Tcliiocracy at Chicaao, ureal cueers.j aov. Cleveland is the nominee for l'resident, the man promoted to that high ollice by the largest majoritv ever deciding an election in that State. He is a man ol established honesty of character, anu ii you will elect him to the rresi dency of the United States yon will not hear of Star-routes in the postal service of iuu cuuuiry -iu-er ins administration Cheers. 1 will tell you what we need, bemocrats and Republicans will alike aretj upon mat, iv e need to have the books in the government offices opened for examination. Cheers and eries of "That is it." Do you think that men in mis age rrevur yield to temptation, Lanshler.l It is only two weeks ago that one of the secretaries at Washington Wus called before a Senate committee to testify in regard to the condition of . hii be carried and placed in glorious triumph on top of the national capitol in November next. Great cheers and cries of "We will put it there!" Shall this be the people's banner? Cries of "It is!" You have no interest except ih good government, too, and I think I have none. I have lived here a good while: I have tried to secure vour Ounnience and 10 prese'7 -n r, p- nf uy... i,a it tooP', and all I ask of you is your support, not for n-yself, but for yourselves and for your children, and all people that are interested in good government. tCheers. Now, I ha e spoked longer than I intended. Cries of "Co on" and "We are not tired of you." I know when any of my Republican friends who are intending to stand by their party still longer, shall see this nu merous crowd here to-night they will t' lnk the time of the fates has come at lost. Cheers and laughtur. Why, I happened up the street a few weeks ago; It was just after Blaine and Logan were nominated ; and 1 saw a little gathering ot very honesc and honorable people behav ing themselves exceedingly well and very quiet and Gen. Harrison was delivering them a speech about the nominations made at Chicago loud laughter, and really if you were to bring tat crowd here and drop it right down among you you would not miss it at all. Great cheers and laughter. What does it mean? It means that the people intend to have re form cheers, and that is the watchword that is written npon every Democratic banner. It was written npon THE DEMOCRATIC BANNBR EIGHT YEARS AGO, and Tiluen, and Hendricks carried that banner. Cheers. But reform was de feated by defeating the right of t' e people to elect their own rulers (cheers'!, and in consequence there has been no reduction in public -expenditures. Although the war is all the while passing further and further away from us, still the Republican party makes no reduction in pnbhc ex penditures. bhallwe have it? iSliallwe have good government? Shall we have a cheap government? Shall we have lower taxes, lhey tell us that the government can be well carried on for J 100,000,000 less than is now collected from the public. If Cleveland shall pome into the Presidential ofhee. 1 believe he will brine expendi tures down to the last dollar that will sup port the government economically admin istered cheers, and then when te does that he will have accomplished what Gen. Jackson said wai the duty of every gov ernment. A government has no right to collect a dollar from the people except what is necessary to meet tire public ser vice cheers and cries of "That is right I and whatever a government needs she has a right to come to me or to you, or all of us and make us pav for it, but when she gets all that she needs for economical administration she has no right to take another sixpence out of our pockets; and that is all we ask. When this ticket shall wave In triumph that idea will be established in this country. Cheers. I thank you very much tor the attention you have given me. I ask you simply that as citizens, interested in all that inter ests you, that you will give your attention to this campaign and never cease proper eiiurus tuiu j not til ,ji uj uuui your .demo cratic banner, with Democratic principles. reform and cheap government is waving over the Capitol at Washington. Cheers. OTI1EK SVEECIIES. At the close of Hendricks's speech Ex- Senator McDonald was introduced, and spoke briefly, being followed by D. S. Gooding and other local speakers, and Uie meeting adjourned STORTING NEWS. V Tivo Special Events at the Chicago Trot ting Meeting Tacers Attempting ; to l ower the Record, But Without Siiccesi Tho Fastest Taking Mile L'ver Made, with ' One Exception. " Olivar. Finnio A Co J Kamloliih ' tto Hi-hwill Mrs v M & C Craif & Co l'ttur..u,-.M ,,;jfr A Co .Mrs J, j Latham '..oir Cold St(f Co - . Tfeo A a am Trwwnry. Tt Emperor of Anam, has "a large niece of water in Ids pa'ace, in which he keens his reserve treasure, to be touched only iu case of ahsoluto necessity. The money not intpnded for use is placed in the hollowed out trunk of tree, which are thrown into the water. . To keep away thieves and prevent the King him self from bein tempted to draw upon this reserve fund without sufficient cause, a number of crocodiles are kept in the water, their presence and the certainty t3 being eaten alive acting u a whole some lestrniner ami insuring the ecnrity.of th'e rojal treasure in a most effectual manner. W hen it bo comes indispensable to draw upon this novel style ot bank the crocodiles have to bo killed ; but this can lie doma only with the Emperor's permission and after the l.- 1 u -.!.'.. . I I... .1 . u , - , I niunwer oi i inance. t.j ...... vl-ci. ituiuiiuium iu IIUTOUUUCQ Ol I an understanding between all the organi-1 aauona in uie i district, m violation o Cincinnati, July 12. An informal in o """Kn kj roiionu-1 veetwation of the aflnirs of the ara W. U The Washington Tark and Brighton Beach Kaccs The Chicago Walk ing Match Baseball. Chicago, July 12. Seventh day of the Chicago Driving Park summer meeting. The onlv events of interest were two spe cial events, which wero sandwiched be tween the heats of the regular races. The first was the pacer Johnston, to beat his own record of 2 :10. . He was first given a warminz-uo heat in 2:'3i. In the second heat he reached the quarter post in 37 seconds, the half in 1 :04i, the three-quar ter in 1 :3S and the mile in z:ut. on me third heat he reached the quarter in 32 seconds, the halt in 1:07, the three-quarter in 1:41 and the mile iu 2:12. The second special event was the single trial by the pacer Billy S., with running mate to beat the time of 2 :01. made by Westmont over this track Friday, at that wav of going. Though he did not succeed in lowering the record, he paced a faster mile than was ever beiore troiieu or paced, except by Westmont. He went nast the nuarter post in- A3 sec onds, the half in 1 :05, the three-quarters . ..... .i ii o .n l in 1 :.t, me miie .vi j. The races will be continued monuay. If AMUSEMENTS. ': Bairkall. At OlvmDie Tark this afternoon the fahloua Little Rock Browns will play the Eckfords, of this city. The Eckfords de- foatArl thn Itrncna in their own citv on the 4th instant by the close score of 7 to 6, the . ai : I, j....;.... game Doing won in mc uium uiuiug. They expect to repeat the dose to-day. The ISttle liock boys are in tplendid form. anu a gentleman irominnicny yewjiuj said tne boys were confident of winning the t mo and . Were betting accordingly. The"iaie -will be hotly contested and one of tho most interesting played here in years. ; Play will be called at 3 o doc sharp? Jce water will be provided for 8pec'.kors on the ground, uusses wiu connect with Toplar street for the park; Trains will leave the Louisville and Nash ville ejot at 1 :45 and 2:4a o'clock p.m. Ladietwill be admitted free. The players and tiftlr positions are as follows: Kl-forfci. Potitunu. JSrovn. McGr Catcher . ..-Holler E. LrnVin Pitcher . .Bole! Tyloq..., -First bas .. .My.rs Uoro..i- Second base yUojaa AllneiU... l niro Daee oieiuuuu Maro av Short stop Harris Welfh Lea field O'Hara 1). Lsrkin.. -.Center field Sweeney SulliTK'j ;..Right field. .....Miller ' 7 .PlctUe at Eatival. Next Tuesday night, at Estival Tark, the Ladies' Hebrew Relief Association will have a delightful picnic, which prom ises to be the most successful of the season. The Committee of Arrangements are experienced in such matters, and will see thbt all who attend thoroughly enjoy themselves. Mortality Report. Mofiality report for the week ending Saturday, July 12, 1884. at 6 o'clock p.m. ; Queer Uijne. TOLITICAL TtlXTS. Kes'nmeil Its Woiled Apiwaraace, Chicago, July 12. There WBre very few remaining evidences this morning- of the Democratic Convention. The delegates very cenerall v have taken their denarture. At the club and headquarters banners have been furled and the hotel corridors have resumed their wonted appearance. un the streets are still to be seen more than the usual number of white hats, number ot wnicn are surmounted with a small featheied rooster, the wearing of which has come to be t. sort of rage anion? the Democracy. The members of the National UoniinittOf! and other leaders of the party who are still in the city express confidence as to the strength of the ticket. The delegates generally express great satisfaction at the treatment received at the hands of the local committees in providing for their comfort. Now, thut tie great convention has come and gone, it is d'te to the officers and committee of orrange emenrs that the press should acknowledge its obligations. ihe remodeling ol the hall maue an admirable audience room, and the facilities granted for making.pnnt ing and telegraphing the extensive reports were ample. .Special" thanks are due to Judge William C.'Qondy, in the prelimi nary arrangement of details, and the Hon. Austin H. Brown and Col. Kichard J. Wright, the efficient sergeants-at-arms, for the intelligent aid rendered and just ap preciation of the requirements of the press. . Tnt late Mr HcUIII'a FrainW nate irady there. Then ami ttt till tlmii did Mr. U raily announce ,iH retirement a retirement which w, ,m.ea ov the fact that he knew he -oad not le elected. All this time my oUcrs ha.ibeen in Kelly's ocket Til ITIIUCATIOy OK TU LETTER. The strong arm here again fell on the Executive desk. "What then ?" tontin-1 ueu me novernor. -.nr. rwelly whom many who oppot-ed hi in in politics be lieved to be a gentleman takes this pri vate, personal letter, written, as he knew, for liis own eye only, to the New York World, and requeota ils publication, to Igether with a story that that letter pre vratvd uri;in nominations iu New York nt would make the rVuntv Uepubli.-an! At to same time, Mr. Kelly's newspaper was openly attacking and nevkinjr the de feat of four Democraliu Senators ontni.ln of New York Henry C. Mclson, James Mat-kin, John C. Jaioba and John J. Kiernan and one or more Democratic Assemblymen." Tll LBTTKB SUOfl.n MA flKilN WRITTEN. "Then you strongty adhere to the con viction that this) letter should have been written T . Gov. Ctvind reddened to the eve 'iilu determined emphasis of tone and manner. 'Most undoubtedly. The letter was, as every reader of it will acknowledge, writ ten in the interest of the people to better the representation in Iho Senate of this Htale. Its reception proved to me that the man who had been assuring mo of his friendship was my enemy, and that of the cause which 1 had espoused." It gave an opportunity for this eneniv to oenlv and voarseiy insult me as Governor of the flat. . lo say that tins MiA.Jill nsper. 7t: lisclosea fctlll more Iruuduleut It is no foUii'.l that one note of ttOO had bWtl repeated eight tin e. A n- other hole is known to ho.ve Severe.! copies in existence, on f. ol "which Mctiill ob tained rnrmtvv. His estate is estimated at !2,000, $12,000 personal property; and the remainder mostly railroad securities. The fraudulent paper so far discovered amounts to nearly $15C7,UOO. . number Be Mnntiarlaua. CmcACo, July 12. Andrew Young, president of the National Tliimbevs' As acttntion, has addrvsseil a card to the mem bers of the Nation-'. Association suewjst- ing that the M.isUir Tlumbers' Association ttt oVery city in the United States tender their services as an auxiliary sanitary corps to be under the direction of the local boards ot lieaitu, ly reporting premises found in an Unsanitary condition. The tender of such service is made owing to the alarm in regard to cholera. The Xw Iberia War. Nkw Ihkuia.La., July 12. Tho Gatcs- Kontelieu trouble is again boiling up, Last night a party of fifty Gates men or ganized and took possession of the court' house while the Fontelieu men were in a saloon near hv. Both aulo dirpatehed couriers to different parts of the parish, gathering up men. Ihe rontolieu men declare they will take the courthouse to day or to-night, ihe Gates men are well prepared to resist an attack. The 4'hlrar l'owtofHre. Washington, July 12. Chief of Tost- ofTico Inspectors AG. Sharpe and In spector Camp, apKinted a co mmission to examine into the condition ol the C ieago a poatolhce, have made report to the Tost- 3 master-General to the ellect that the oil'u-e It'ttev RlinnM writ have been written from mm i'iiil.an 3 another the one anxiou tn Imtti.r il,. 1 i run somewhat extravagantly, and rec- Dublin service, and tha other h ivimr ii in I ouimeud cutting olf a number of unneces liis power to do it is noiibense. To I 8arv oilicers. The otlicials are competent aay that a mai should go :i00 miles! aiuyaitmul. to say what he should not put on wpr Rlinrmd inw ians.i-01 s.ina oi uvpjcrisy. inis criticism can only be based upon the assumption that a man might say in con versing with auother w at he might afterward iu policy find it convenient to deny when there was no positive corrobo rative evidence to be brought forward as to the facta. It la unfortunate for the Democratic party that this 'boss svstem exists. V title It does exist it Imma a Railroad Arrldeal at Itallluiore. Wa8hinuton, July 12. A serious acci- doct is reported on the Baltimore and Ohio road within the city limits. The Chicago express collided with the ltaltimore local express, and several lives are said to-tiave been lost. The accident occurred at the junction near the city. Later. uniy one person, an engineer, was killed, but several were wounded, nmwHj-a uisagreeaUIe necessity, as- J Nostthrra Plaw Mannrarinrera Auurla- auiv t..m .no mj recoifuize it. Ami me consequeuiiy lo aiUtrwe that letter to Kelly. However, the time is fast approaching when this odious svstein will be swept away and the voice of "the people alone recognized as potent iu determining nominations to public ollice." TUB CilAliliK or INCONSISTENCY. "You have been attacked by several newspapers on the ground of grave incon sistency in writing this letter." The Governor laughed and the ponder ous chair quivered. "Yes; aud it is almost amusing to note that some puers, in their ellorts to con vict me of 'inconsistency,' as well as 'in terference,' quote from my letter of ac ceptance, condemning the interference of the Federal or State government with iu tont to thwart the people. I stick to that sentiment yet. Ti-e trouble is (and here is the lamentable fact iu the case) that it haa an application to the state of affairs wuicn um letter contemplates. The will of Rjpie nsxi. x suppose, nothimr to w ith th BorioiauilioD ol Mr. lira.lv- hi-i.-, m and ended wltVtbe will ot Mr. K ai i bis election aitlMpomination vJ r- i :ed ujion the same power,' -hourided liv be iUf, tr4.1es and dickers tbutuld titq l! In ihvili.e, July 12. The Southern Tlow Manufaeturers Association of the United State successfully organized here to-day. Carry Coleman, of Ixmisville, Ky., was elected president, and Jos. Seer, of llttsbnre, Ta., secretary and treasurer. A full schedule of prices and discoutits lor the coming season was agreed upon. department, ami in, that department was aliureun.pt Medicine and Surgery.: in thf.t ueparlment. an examination was be ing had by a committee from the Senate, aud it was ascertained, by iho oath of the Secretary that Kits at the head of tl-e de partment, that the defalcetipn , found dur ing that year, a ,fa- .43 it uad been esti mated was ?o,0C0, and wlien asked about it he said that he had received a letter a year ago informing him of some of these outrages, and a snort time since somebody had come to him and told him there were frauds going on in tho service, but members of Congress had recommend ed the continuance of the bea'i of the bureau wilh sv.ch earnestness that he tliocght he must be all right, and now it turns out that the public is foH.OlH) out, and how much more no man, 1 expect, can now ted. BUT WHAT tS TUB ftKKPT? To hv $ I resident that will appoint heads of bureaus that will inveetieato the condition of the books and bring all guilty parties to trial. IWheers, and cries ot o . j xii j tuuun -vivicno, . re lieve for such a duty as this, for the pur pose of maintaining the United StaUS ?overnraent lor the people of ilnS country, Can commend to your confidence Gov. Cfevefanu-, ot INew lorx. Great cheer- Hip. fol long since tiieir ' wgj-e I troubles in the lor-'. ftVarninRnt At the city of Buffalo, and the conserva tive people of that citv nominated Gov. Cleveland as a candidate for mavor. not upon a party ticket, but ttnon a Mti- zens' ticket, with the duty assigned to him ol correcting the evils that Prevailed in the government of the city of Buffalo. He was elected, and he entered upon the duties of his office, and made corrections in the management of the attains cf that city so clearly, so well defined, that the people ol iNew York took him up and made hi.n Governor of the State, and that is the wav ho comes before you now. (Cries of "Hurrah for Cleveland!" He who corrects all the evils iu the bud administered city, and who goes from that service into the affairs of the State gov ernment, and makes corrections there. will then step, in the natural order of proceed ing, mm me auairs oi ine nauouai gov ernment, and bring about reforms there. Great applause. My fellow-citizens, I did not expect to sneak this lone to vou. Loud cries of "Go ahead 1" and "Keep it up!" The convention at Chicago did not realixe all that we expected. I-Or myself, 1 had no expectations. In no respect, in no sense, was i a CANDIDATE KOR ANV OKUCK WHATEVER. i e did not realize nil that we exDscted. out i believe mat is the late ol hnmanit almost everywhere and nnder almost ev ery circumstance, liut w hat we have real ized should encouraee us to make an effort for good government. Cries of "That is the beginning.'' Not that I want the ollice to which I was nominated, for vou know that I did not desire that: but somebody must be nominated for Vice-Tresident to run on the ticket with the candidate for Tresi dent, and when the ticket is pre sented to you you are called upon to pass judgment upon it in respect to its merits throughout. Cheers and cries of "Yes, and we will support it."l That is the question, will you support it? Cheers aud cries of " e will." And in asking that question I want to ask vou another. Do you not, all of you. Democrats and Republicans, believe that the ailairs of the government have baen long enough in the hands of one set of men fcriea of We do,"l and do vou not. all believe that we have reached a r.eriod when there ought to be a change? Cries of "We do, and we wilt have it." 1 do not ask that all shall be turned out. That is not my idea. If a man has done his duty wetland laithfiillv, if he has not used the powers of his ollice to disturb the rights ot Uie people, it lie has not furnished money to corrupt elections, if he has sim ply confined himself to the duties of his oilico 1 am not hiniatrt.. Ku-ini I hlrri lbAet. . AViiis-r,TO!t. Del.. Jnlv 12. Senator Lyai J came in from his suburban to his office this morning, and was just opening his morning mad when an Asso ciated Tress representative called, upon; him. He said he was Rot yet prvr-ared to speak fally an4 freely in regard to the .wors oi opening tue campaign, but would do so when the smoke of the convention shall have cleared away. He really leit a sense of relief, he said, now that the convention had made its choice, and that the great responsibilities of leadership had fallen on other shoulders. He said, fur ther, he would give the ticket his hearty support, as he had fret !y and immediately announced in his telegram to Mr. Cleve land congratulating bun upon his nomina tion. He referred to Cleveland's letter of acceptance of the Gubernatorial nomina tiou in l.S2 as an admirable document, which attracted his attentiou at the time, iiud lingered in his memory, and he was prepared to believe that the time hud now oomo when tho American people, tiring of the evils of Republican mismanagement ond repulsed by the ticket that party put into the field, would demand ami secure a change ot administration. ,.'v: lluilcrnnrt !' ABli-nonoollHta. . JiKw Youk, J.-'v 12. John F. Henrv. president of the Nai aal Anti-il0uopolist organization, s , rtay . ! ilave not ' ' . . . ti.-,m Ttiitlff- .,im f .i v.. i n . 1 wua Brlicbton Beaeb Itacrs. Naw York. July 12. Brighton Beach ra' Firsl Jtaet. Three-auarters ot a mile. Montank won: Ganymede second, Co lumbia third. Time 1 :lt. Ssmnd line. Mile and one eightn. Woodcraft won ; Faugh a Ballagh eecond, R:dd a th rd. T nier-1 :08. Third Race. Mi'.e and one-quarter, all ncres. Krnser won. rime l :o4. . . . . . - ... ., fourth Kacemne ana one-quarter, aii ages. &mg lorn won; niona seconu, Ram bier third, lime z:ilt. Fifth Hart. Three-quarters ot a mile, maiflnn two vear olds. Mistletoe won Dayle En second, Frank Kunyon third. Timfl 1 23. Hirth Rare. Hurdle race, mile and one- rlnarter. Tonawanda won: Voltaire sec ond, Compromise third. Time 2:21i. Waasslagtan Park Haceai Chicago. Julv 12. The Washington Park races attracted a very large attend ance. Ihe w earner was very warm anu the track fast. First Race. AH aces, one mile, baun terer won; Templehof second. 31w Stnarf fhird Tima-l?HI." jHmmd Race. woodtawn Btaices, tnree year olds, foals of 1881, one mile and five- . ... , . r , . . - - , eighths. Marters: iuoaesiy, ivosciusao, Freda. Strickland and Jim Carlisle, there was a terrific finish between Modesty and Freda. Modesty won by four inches; Freda second. Kosciusko third. Time 2:ltS. 2Viird Race. Two miles. Lida btanhope won: liiickv a. seconu. isineiie inuu. Time 3:33. Fourth Race. Lightning etakes, all agee, three-auarters of a mile heats. First heat. Monawon; John Henry second, Tbady third. Time 1:17. Second neat, jonn Henry won ; Tearl Jennings second, Mona third Tony Taetor distanced. Tima 1:1GJ. Third heat, John nenry won; Mona second. Time 1 :19. Tbe Cblcago Walkln- Jlatebi a Fall Chicaoo, July 18. The sit days go-as-vnn-nlea3e walkine match closed to-nieht with. only a fair attendance. The final scores were: Tanchot, 400 miles; Vent, 40: Schock. 437: Gillis, 431; Keherm, 402. The affair was not a fiuanciaj success, as the mania appears to have died out in Chicago. - - Sulllvan'a Trouble. The storv of the trouble between John L. Sullivan and. I'atrick Coakley: in Bos ton, last week, has not been accurately told. From all that can be learned Coak lev was Dlavine dooI with some friends fa McKay's saloon when Sullivan and his friends entered. Coakley asked Sulli van to join him in a drink, and Sullivan refused. When Coakley had finished his game of billiards he was about to retire when Sullivan asked him to "take a drink." Coakley remarked : "No, I don't care to do that, but I'll play you one game of pool for a bottle, of wine." "I'll go von," remarked Sull'van. The balls tfere placed and Sullivan won the break or first shot. He Jailed to pocket a ball, and Coaklev followed W11U stroke which resulted in two balls Docketed. Sullivan played again with out nffoer. stud OoAklcv followed With a .rMm o BevnriU hll5l wberfeUpSn Sullivan's chums displaced the balls that remained on the table and broke the rameuD ' Coaklev then nut his c-jo in the rack, and Sullivan followed him np, etc. Coaklev told Johu L. that he knew I better than that fuilivsn answered that n L ctit W 11 ( irroll (( A I'.vers tJ Miilnnnor.. v Oetiandaaor S F Uakh S P Munsarrat K bnlhvan M W Goyer roisr - J K Iiiwtrick C Roberts.. W ii- Hall Henrvlluusuo Jno Wesley 3 mos I 27 25 2 22 75 1 1 2 Age. 31) 50 17dys 17 16 mo 88 2 56 1 S Kobe-is lsler.. V Stewart AlfreiHaylor "KarljiuUll Tiosm ralK. C VH B C)oj4ioa M JcHssob... A BnleoaS ... Ch M Vi illiamsi i CaUrfray.. n i?cotL Ch of U Low.. Kitty insby 'W Thaias... Sex. Color. Cause Death. 2 1 I day ! 'U mala white ty.mal. ferer. ,le I wnite dysentery. male white congestion. male white ixrasnniptioo male white drowniug. male white inanition, male white dysentery male white c-bol. infant, female white old age. famuli.! whitA dvsenterv. femaiel white con. stomach male eol ed marasmus, male col'ed marasmus, male eol'edfdiarrhea. male ool'ed diarrhea, male ool'edidentition-, male eol'ediconsumptioa male ool'edicoD. chill, m.l. Aol'ed r-onrestion . male col'ed tyhpoid fever famale:col ed old are. femaieleoredich. infantum female col'ed ch. infantum femalelcoredlconyulsionfl. female col'ed prem. birth. femaleicored,conft;estion. female col'ed femalelcol'ed femalejcored femalelcol'ed marasmus, exposure, consumption consumption Orvier's inquest. fFrom hospital. Dis, nbution of deaths try -wardo Firat, 0: srWaid. 2: third. 2: fourth. 1; fifth, 9; sixth!'? S seventh, 2; eighth, 2; ninth, 1; tenthf . City Hospital, 3. fctiu . Dorn, a. WhitKM: colored, 1J. Total, 30. Mor tality' report for same week lost year: White. ; colored, la. iouu, DIED. ORO f L KY Saturday , July 12, 1884, at 12 : A'..lr.-k. Kou-iw A. Okowlbt. area eleron years soa at V J. and M. K. Crowlej,!6U houia p pen pi ie eopy.j fa . - -. :' i Fbu H from rtildonce," Mo. 82 Beale street, this TSCXDAY) morning at 10 o'clock. UTRtl At tbe msiilenne nf her husband. Xo, Go-Ice street, Saturday. July 12, l!84, at 8::10 o'clock p.m., Mrs. buiiiKK Bibd, m the twenty seven in year oi ner age. Funeral will take place this (SUNDAY) after noon nt 3 o'cIofV. Friffndf are invited to attend NO POISON IN THE PASTRY IF T EXTRACTS if imesmo- II is jiow wz- dr inksixts, ( my tli1 FyCT is THE BEST LONG CUT '.s Dividend Notice. OFFICE OF PLANTERS INS. CO.. MuxPHlB.TsNll., July 9.188. I U-At i meetint of the Board of Directors of this Company, held this day. a Semi-Annsal Cash Dividend of Ma () Ir , was de clared, payable on demand. . , , I. X. rOKTER, President. G. D. Raink, Secretary. THEPBITOK-THOJEEI 1 DIVIDEND NOTICE. Ornor or thk MEMPHIS CITY la i .. .1 : C. U...U1B I'vmm . Jnlv 1. ISM. AX the meetHir ot ine itoara oi wireei'"" this Company, held tins day. a Cash Dividend of Fa-ar ffrleat. waa declared out of the net earninira of the pant sis months, payable on de mand. By order of the Board. . ... NAPOLEON HILL, President. Attest: Hic-ht J. Ltsh. Cashier. . glCKWEUiS DURp ism Cut pj( from PUREST, -RICfiEST LEF,-;ls FR .C'PUl9U!.E! HsPURiTYVnJ 9 -Jlr,- Ufi9'JEST10;iED. The Genuine can always be rec ognized by trade-Mark of the BULL Watch the papers for our large advertisement; different portraits of leading men each time. Gtfflett Light-Draft MAGJVOIjJA COTTON GIN FJSJEIEIt -AND THE BUOK-THORN FENCING la for Sale by the BUNDLE, T0X or C AG-LOAD, y . Woo d riiffOli ver Carriage and Hardware Company. Ollice and Salesrooms, 175-177-179 Main St; Factory, l.b-l.ir-isii rront. ni:nrins texxessee, Who will be pleased to show it. or will send Illustrated Descriptive Circular to all appHeanU. XANCFACTGEEBS OP AXD DEALERS 15 Carriages, Buggies, Wagons, Saddlery, Harness and Gen eral Hardware. 8" General Agents for the Tennessee Farm Wagons Gives Better Satisfaction than Any Other (Jin en tbe Market. teryAUeuUou Is directed to tliclr Late Improvements, Tthlch are pronounced a Perfect Success. For particulars address 0RGILL BROS., Memphis, OR rULLETT GIX CO AH City, La. THE BUST BARBED FENCE IN THE WORLD TH08. RISK, President. I II. C. IIOSKINS. Secretary. GEO, I. KKIXCM, Sup'U 1 L. Memphis Metal mi Woo n MANUPACTXTRING CO. GALVANIZED IRON WORK, TIN, IRON AND SLATE HOOFING Iron Fences, Metal Skylights. 436 and 438 Rain St., and 21 and 23 Mulberry St, Memphis. MRECTOKH-N. M. Jonc. James Lee. Jr. ' IT. C Warlnner. rt. P. Orayes. Thd-.l.. Wsfc. 01 Tanllla,tiaa.Oraaa. at., avar fakee. CiM,Hdlnn,At.,B, delicately aad aat rally aa the fruit front which they are laaae. FOR STRENGTH AM) TRUE FRUIT FLAVOR THEY STASD ALONE, Price Baking Powder Co., Chicago, III. " St. Loula, Mo. ... . OF Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder Br. Trice's Lupiilin least Geliis, Best Ory Hoy Yeaat. SALE B"S" GSOCXEO. - WE UAKH BUT OWE WAL1TT. he had known Coakley when ha kern a I monthly bo little "gin Mill'' at thji Srtnth Kad, and I '"'W'l TDESS ROYAL ARCH CHAFTBR X So. 42 will meet m stated eonro cation on MONDAY NIGHT, Jaly 14th, rER TJS.SA npimnated, but from what he said to nie before going te Chicago, I am confident he will not support Cleveland, lie cannut to it. He tins formally accented the nom ination of the .Anti-Monopolists and he telegraphed me from Chicago Thursday saying he never would consent to the nomination ol a monopolist. Tbe Little Party wltta the Lear Xante. Pittshl rg, July 12. The National Ex ecutive . Committee of the Prohibition Home 1'rotection party meet here the 2nd instant to make final arrangements for the convention which commences the follow ing day. Delegates are already arriving, and it is expected that when the conven tion is called to order over rou delegates will be seated, representing every .state in the Union. Secretary ywager says, in tho event of the success of their ptirtv. Miss Frances Willard will have the choice of Cabinet positions. Esitbntlaatie Meeting at f erre Ilarlle. Iehrk H.U"TE, Iso., Jnlv 12. A very large and enthusiastic ratification meeting was held by the l'e-nocratsto-niglit. llie meeting first assembled in tne opera hoiin which was verv taslcfiillv dei-rrat- ed, but adjourned on account of the heat to the open air. Speeches were made by Senator oorhees Congressman l.am when be didn't put on fio many uirg aa he did now, and didn't, have a cent. Coak ley told John I that tho statement was untrue, aud that li had plenty ol money before Sullivan was born ; moreover.he had befriended Sullivan when he was in hard lines, in fact, "when he didn't have a shirt to his back." Sullivan thereupon became exceedingly wroth, made aa ag gressive movement toward Coakley, and continued his abuse. Coakley warned him not to step a foot forward and drew a revolver. McKay had , aeied ScHivaa meanwhile, ahu bushed him toward a bil liard-table. Thoroughly aroused by what had taken place, (Joakley called bill livan aa "Irish ," and fol lowed tho emthet with the remark: "it an voue called me that I'd kill him." Sul livan had now made another forward movement, so that McKay did not fully shield turn, ana immediately iyoa&iey raised his revolver and pulled the trigger, s his arm went up the parrel ot tne re volver W as grasped by a bystander, and the hammer falling With force. made an i 1 " :j .1 i:r. I. if the hamnter had fallen without striking his hand he would have been killed instead of Sul livan, "as the muzzle of. the gun was nointed in the direction of his abdo men when the hammer fell. Here the trouble ceased: but those who know Coakley say that he will always he on the alert lor Sullivan, ana ii uie cnampion ever lifts a hand, or makes an aggressive movement toward him, he will surely kill him if he gets "the draw." Men iu the irambling fraternity say that Sullivan was not justified in acting as he did with Coaklev. hut that the pimilist's mind had been poisoned against the gambler by stories of bunco men and aamesters whom Coaklev would not allow in his place of business. It is needless to say thot all the parties had been drinking. Bnaeball. July 12. Toledos, 3: Athlet- &t I .0 clnrki fur dispatch or onthly business. V lSltini eouipani 1,mU!, o . tr uonrf.no. Attest: DtihflfcCTiuW, PeeMtarjr. Vf KXPtllSCOMM ar'-.T. -W'tl p.. an iloSOAl A o'clock, for work Temple. Fall it MMANDERY,No.4,K eot. B speHelonclvj the Orders of the All resideat an . ; . . . . : soiuuruiiiK iraien couneiHiiiiy inviieu- Uy order MAKUU3 JUStl, 6.U Attest; 1. J. ffARdiUi. Kmordcr. BANQUET NATIONAL DB LA Colonic Franeais de Meuiihis,Tenn. Iel4 Jnlllet, IHS4. giesii. . POTAGE. Consomme aa Kia. SOLE AU (JRATIN. ENTREE. Macaroni a l'ltalienne.' PouletSante aux Champirnont. Croquets de Homard, Sauce Eutare. ROTIS. Boenr'.a iirort- Pouleta de Printempi.- . . . . Koti d'Aanoau. . . . Leffumes. SALADE. Pstits Pois FranVals. Uaricnts Verts. Karout de Toniates. Ftiree de Pomme de lerre. DJ5SSJFRT; (ilttaui fkatio'-aal: -Glacea Cafe et Pousse Cafeu CO N T I N E N T A U-IMPORTING W ASbr- - . ETPORTIS&'COMPAMT. AMERICAN H4KVFACri7iS For Introduction to Central America. H eiioe aad nest and Kast Indies, for which we can offer Special Inducements, and - Importers af Fredm tlona "from A bare utnainea, 102 Clinmbf rg St, New York City, U.S. A Xlaaacliitloia.. - - nlUV Ai..rtni,rhin heretofore esistine between J tbe undersigned, under the firm and style of BOW LINU, JOMSSt UU., has this day ocen ais solved by mutual consent. Mr. BERNARD B0WLIN&, who continues business on his own aeconnt, as.uuiea the liabilities and haa the sole control of the assets of the late firm, and is alone authorized to sign the late firm name in liquida tion. BEKKARD BOWLINU. Memphis, Tonn.. WALTER R. JONES. July 8. imt. RICU D J. JONES. Ja. LIVER, MM. k WHOLESALE GROCERS, MEMPHIS, TENN. FRESn ilECEirtSlSEW SEASONABLE GOODS! 800 CratoM IIooKei Ciialoe Sujcr-'nrd llama, . 25 1 lert e Frauclii Uhittaker Sob'i IImhu. ' lOO lloxest Kiuolalr Itrenkrat ltaoou. HO Kotpu Vnircl ItrenkfiiMt UaM'od. - UO tUtxet ISiKuiHiHl Frlrlsoh JJreakfast Bacon. lO Tftrtt NiiKur-t.'uretl Dried Bcof. . -. 20 Ifn SuirMi'iirMl Smoked Ueef Tansneia. . lOOO- l'aiUiiTiU. Uellned J:rd-In Tina. c loo llall-barrt ia churoaker Oat Woal. v. . J.OO llHll-lutrrela Sinrt aWlls Kew WwrI. !low rrta,,, ( bee. Mai!". I"rf !rVr .... n Our Own .nake-WarraiieFttNwjarici. CAluaiaT, Pure Sugar Njrup, t'odoe, Nr.ns Etc. T 1060 ISXS. l.TmoS-All Repacked Before Shipment JONES BROTHERS 8 CO. WR. JOKES and R. J. JONES, of tha late . firm of Bowling-, Jones k Co , have this day entered into a cnp;urtnersbip under tbe firm name and tlyie cf Jones Br,-ther A Co., fnr the purpose of dmng a General Cotton Buyina Busi ness. Thanking the r friendi and eustox ers for their liberal patronage extendea in the rt, thry solicit further favors. W. R. JONkS. , Memphis. July 8 1SK4. B. J. JONES. Jb. 6K0'S ALIMEIJIKY ELIXl. ItP rrinMpk ttitTMi'nt,Vr- Km, in acintiflcaJly fornmUted witli nicUical rniedien. nlvlnr it won derfully Rtfimilatltitr i'nirU?; InviKonitinfr tbe Vital forcfm without fatitniinir tb diEettve onmu. In TrpHniii.YBLiAiw and Maubial f ever4t in tn TaJuable, Mrenprth to jt-erwio tb maliir- nant dirMuics. Hltriily rwouiiumd;d bsrleadiiufPby Icianfi ot lri tonic for Cxnvalojwnti:ifl Woak iwrrvm.sjiibo for lu pit d re. K. Foutrera A !' Atfonts, N. T SOLD B A1X DKP4il!'A'a. THE HJiOJl STOBE Of THE SOUTHWEST 7r ft i v. im.-yjf. rLLLLI!Ln 06 UU. Leaders m Fine Boots & Shoes 300 IttAIHr STREET, tjoraer Alley, Oppoalte Feakedj Hotel, 91 EJll'UJS. V refund money for Goods returcod In -y f i rVf ' aooa ouauiuun. mpw9SST'' ":-- MrCaialosraea and Irlr-Mnt wU1ICT';i . ; 'jt eatloo.- MtHPiils, TKK.. June 25, 1SS1. DTJRISQ my absence in Uermtny my in.-'crv-atory will be carried on in all its branch by my three graduates, jaissea naunau, iiun u.i harr. Harmony, thoreugh bass and theory taught with ..rewVioa. . MKS. LOU FITT8. Address all letteis to E. Vi itimann A Co. Teachers and pupils from a d'stancc si licitsd. NOTICE LIEAT CONSUMERS! W HOTELS, RESTAURANTS AND BOARD- inghoue-keepers ca now buy KM S IKI'ITY sascavia .1 the UtlTer' fold Slernie Coin. ..,..' CoallsiK HeuM. between tiio H u-s of 3 and li o'clock a.m. and S and 6 o'clock i Special attention paid td eodntfy orders It Is Willi Pleasure Toi.KDO, ic, 7. Dkiroit. j t troits, o, July 12. Chicagos, 6; De- ,t'- with the boIIiiJ, loadeis and 'I 111 r.i tha fi dil fffWl hi lior oun.li. j in w,i a ooadiiia insistent (. LAM01U.i r-OR 1118 OKKU1AI. nHKn. tut, my feilaw-tiur.ens, o( thetso 120,000 men that now till ollicial positiona in tbe cuuntry wo have no rig-it to eiipiKJse, from all that lias taknn nlaca. that thnv ara all honest 1 cheers and Uui'hter, and the only way that we can know is to make achanv. A ninnth jro everybwly supposetl that all the employes in the Bureau of Medicine and Surgery were honest, and now at the very tirst examination it turns out they are not. P.ut;w!iat,iA,Uie remedy? Put them out anil put honest men in- ohevrs anil eriea ol Inut is it , ud we cannot do that if are leave the same lVeeident plied the clerk, Vbnt, vou see, tain houso I d heads of department and heads of w in favor of a tea-ort lor reveuue only." I bureaus in. 1 have every faith that tltis ui'Kii win te eiecteu. I L-nes ol ro nave 1." I think 1 know something about In diaua. Ureat cheers and lanfrhter.l We win probably staud here toynther, won t we Li nes of "o-ilHt", and the banuer ol liberty, of riuht, of juatiie, of fair gov ernment, that has Leen placed in the bauds oi Cleveland and Hendricks shall Mlata War ( laluia raid A Asmsuros, July 12. The Treasury IVartmeut to-day paid .the following Tlaum"TO"rexrufi'H iucurreil by JState nov erumeuU (luring tliftsr of the rebellion: Uiuo, if.HV.'Iti; New orTr-k,l.Uil;i: Michi jpm, $12,340; Mastiai-hiisettK, S,(tT:-- The llonae waa for 1'roleelioa. t'liioiigo Xetct: Slio was looking for pteees tor a crazy quilt. "t'ouldu't you tear off a few little pieces from those silk iwittcnis? 1 should be delighted to do so, re- Aaala;a)ed r - III I for the Haieat 1 of irruiisn. AltiANt ic, O., July ' IiToKu. W. JleFarland; proprietor of a largo irr, chiup phop here, made an asfiiiinciit to day for the benefit of Lis creditors. 1 Lo astiets and liabiliuea are not known. and others. Every alluhion to the ticket was enthusiastically cheered. A large procession of Democratic clubs preceded Uie speaking. Thnrman'a Welcome Home. CoLfMHfs, O., July 12. No demonstia tion over the nominations was mads here till Judge Thurman arrived home to-night, when tie was met at the depot by several thousands, with bands, a liberal display of bandanas and a grand display of tire- works all over the city, lie made a speech indorsing the nominations. Received with tiren F.n'hllalnam. St- Locis, July 12. Dispatches from all sections of Missouri, and Central and Southern Illinois, say the nomination of Cleveland and Hendricks was received with great satisfaction and mucl enthusi asm by the Democrats. Am Cnsrllah View of It. Losnov. July 12. The Daily .Vricssavs: "America's foreign relations will be safer in Cleveland 8 hands than in those of lUaine. The latter represents the Ameri can lingo party, wuicli, like the same party here, makes up in audacity aud volubility for tack of n umbers. As Presi dent, Clevelaud would cultivate iuietude abroad and peace at home. If elected, he will I-e chosen on the ground ol more worthily representing the probity, good sense and studied moderation of the American people than Blaine." Ci kvelaxii, July 12. Buffalos, ( ; Cleve lands, 4. St. Loris, July 12. Brooklyns, 12; St Louis, lo. r,osTox, July 12. Bostons, 7: Provi dence, 1. LonsriLLB, July 12. Imisvillea, 4 Alleghenys, 1. Cincinnati, July 12. Cincinnatis, 15; Baltiuiores, 10. . Philadelphia, July 12. New York8,9; Philadelphia, 6. Columbus, July 12. Columbus, 2; V ashingtons, 1. Indianapolis, July 12. Indianapolis, 4; Metropolitans, o. We are enabled to announce that our establishment is now running the same as it was before the fire, which occurred the evening of the Sth inst. For the many kind ex pressions over our niislortnne we - i . are grateful, ne are now in a position to turn ont all orders promptly and in first-class style. We are also glad to state that we have LEASED the AY RES BLOCK, 270 SEC0XD STREET, one of the largest and most substantial build ings in Memphis, and will move our Stock and Machinery at an earlv dav. Our facilities will lie r v largely increased, and we assure all that from this time forward no effort or money will be spared to make our establishment one o the most complete of its kind in the country. Tour orders are respectfully so licited for Printing, Blank Books ana Lithographing. 1 S C.T00F&C0 nrasdajr. Jnly 1.11b. Ererybeay inmew. Delegates and tbeir friends. Kailruad fare sad adinttion free, f.iiuo one. eouie all! Trains leave the Ltniijvillo and Iafliville dopot at IV clock a m . and 1 o ctoca .m. . The fo'lowine KenUeinen are cordially invited ad'irose the nenpio! lifn. r, .n: iurner. the Hon. Josiah Patterson, Col. OeorKfl Uantt, he Hon. John Lioukuu, tho lion. James iiarrm, indrew Harris. Kxi., w.u. uannon, r.iq.,or ille Ycreer, Esq , Maj. Georce B. Peters. Col. II. Doug-lass, the lion. Morgan neny, juubo W. Brown, and the Hon. P. M. Winters. C. SWAIN, SPECIALIST, Mempblft, TenaiS. 25 Second (street, CURES Piles, Rectal Ulcers, Fistula. Fissures, and Strictures without the use of the knife, rature or cautery, ireau temaie anainmnic teeascs generally ; cores Cancers one application W. H. BATES. S. C. TOOF. Trnaiee,s Sale. TDt RSUAKT to the Urms of a trust deed to me j eaecuieu oj a.. , ; , , -, . .- ..T U K 1 NT. r..tll.r.l! ,n nwi. DIM, I and in accoriianee with the decree of th Supreme rA f TaanatoM. lit lid llTeMni BOOOiuu. iu iv-ua wa . - - - .1 1 , Soaked to the Skin. ' . . r . J l l ntiaf.w-iiuB of the baianoe oi inueuieuu... ia said decree and for Wire-Munlerauil Attemplml SulrlUe. 1etkoit, J aly 12. 5oiuetime since the wil of Paul lxisclit'r, of SSt. Joseph, left him ami went to Montaxue, where she hired out to rook at a hotel. Yesterday her husband made his aitt'Hrauce at Montague w ith the avowed intention of killing one HuKh rariuenter, who he rlaimeil induced his wife to leave her home. Not fining I'aruienter, Jiwo tr induced his wife to take a walk with him, anil uiMn a convenient opportunity shot her dead aud then shot himself, hut the wound is not necessarily fatal. ... Ttia Ubrriaa Kxhibit at Kew Orleajta. Wasuimutom, July 12. The Liberian eoverninent m a Jo an aiDroirialion of $6U0 to defray the expenses of the exhibi tion ot its products at New Orleans Kxpo si'.ion and appointed Messrs. Gaiulit and lVree. lKth ol Jiew Orleans, as coinniii- sionera to represent Liberia during tbe exuiuiuon. 'I am coroi'letcly soaked. I don't believe there in a drv thraad on tne. I never aot such a drench ini. What a pity we er.uld'nt have had pleasant weather. It's my oninion. Masreie. that of lionree 111 mut have fullnwed the exauiiile of Jerry Cruncher ewue, and noiedagin the busi ngs. '' "Can t say how that may be, .Home, out n s a burmni; pbatue, that s what it is. liere s my nc lna ult.'ilv siMiil...!. and 1 acho all over froi ixi ir lour hourd in tbe soaring rain, l in cer tain wefhall all be pick. llie above phort dialniciie occurred botween two stylish young ladies as tbey descended from the Twenty-third street station of the Sixth Avenue l.levateil Hailrnad, J iura, at 6 o cluck on Kvacuatiun oar. Kuined robes, hats, boote. furs frloves. drums, umloruts, etc., were thick among the wreckage of that stormy occasion. But worse remains behind. Of the round million people who timk part in or witnessed the great parale. probably oue-half caught more or less serious niiiu. uicv me cu.uij nut. w.mvj iv Result: Pains aud aches in the back, limbs, ebost and neck, and lameness, stiffness and sore ness from head to foot. To this unlucky hot we eomme'nd afresh BEN SON'S CAPCISK POROl:S PLASTKKS. They go right to the spot without a minute's loss of time. One of them is worth a score of any other kind. They possess the highest and most positive me dicinal qualities. Immediately on application ltonson's plaster produces the sensation of warmth and healing. They abate nervousness and givo quiet rest and sleep. They check rack ing coughs and soothe the irritated lungs and mu cous membrane. They cure where other plasters, do not even relieve. They will rid you of that iKiunded foeling" in from threet" twenty-lour hours. Benson's plasters should be used every where u repair tha physical disoomioru anu ais aster following exposure to the element. , Reason's Capoine Porous Plasters ara indorsed b the written signature of 50U0 physicians, and ine proprietors, Messrs. eabury A Johnson, have received the first and only awardB for each goods 4.DI caive trast deed mentioned, r.. 1-nMi. W. on at the southwest corner of Main and Madison u.m.,l,;. Tain., between Vi tn. and o'clock p.m., the" following described lots or pur- i t i ..... tn ; l.t.f. Km. three aat four (3and . block thirty-one l.il). (map of Jort u,..i :.. nn Seventh street lit) feet. and on Alabama trvet ii feet, it boius the same oruoertv bouaht by .aid Rneeo of James ! rapac oli by deed of April 11. t5o, registered in lx Vi. part 'J. pages-Jfio-8. Title believed to be em, i.... I 11 ....I ...v.... iryaTM in V JODS It. 1H DLEY I B AYSER, Trustee, Vtatherfwrd Jt Estes. Attorneys. SALE 0CrRAILR0AD. No. 28 In the District Court of the United ! States tor the astern uivinoncl ine aormern District of Mississippi in equity Jaoob Thompson etals.. complainnnis, vs. Tte Mem phis, he! ma an I Brunswick Railroad Cornpanr iti n ' . .t . i . . n. ine Dower anu au- Uauca. ana oy viriu .-r ---- - . -. ,..,,. thority conferred by the DUtfie. Vourl . of the Lnited Mutes lor the western division ui m. v i t; .. .:.. nt MiB.i..ii,i. Vn a decree ren dered in the above ei-titled cause, on the M day of Jnly. 1MS4, the anuorsignea. apeciai y"""" sioner in the above entitled cause, will, between u- nn mr.A 9 n'liHk h.m..on lUuuday, the lit liny oi Angne, inn. 11 at public auction, to me niguosi uiuuc,, cab, in tiontoi tue ccurmouee ni uuu? pimi!,i Miss., ireeu ana uifcnorgew jui npi.. .- cumbranees of every kind, the proper ty described in said decree, as loiiows: ine raur v, defendant company Tha Memphis, Selma anl Brunswick Kailroan uompany exienuna nou, ii u: : . v. . nf T.HII.IMHI. Ia and through the State of Mississippi, by the way of dolly Springs, to the western borderof Alabama, a dittandol onehondred and seventy-five milMj now constructed in wltiiieor in parvni an u singular the franchises, riiHitarrivileges, Im munities and easements of the said raiir"ad cora liany. and all lands, real estate, tracks, Hwt tracks, turn-outs, lines, rails, ties, bridges, right of way, roadbed, and property and right of eve; JF kitui now ownea ny ine smu riuwpj - ihe States of Tennessee and Mississippi. - Aetiog aa such Commissioner, 1 shall only con vey to tbe i archaser such title a 1 may lawfully convey ai d -reaid decree. O. R. illLL, Hpeclal CemmiMioner. 0 f.-rw. 1 Ss.. July. HM. T: Y P E - i'ounfDH ttt Tint ttreri, Cindn'taH Ohio. ALLISON SMITH. The trpe on which this paper Is printed Is from the above foundry- Kmrna APraai. I Ad 7 - : I 3 ' I 1 Liiioi a Mm, WHOIaBSAXi: I ni ii UDUVaw3g 1SD GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS Nob. 326-328 Main Street Memphis, TexuiV. ttt-V IRHTH DATI.T KEcTPT OT DESIHABLE IHFflIKO ASI BTJMMEE aKlH, WHICH W5.thad.Bpo7th7m!u faVol,.. torms. Our price, wi,, pomP.re forahljwjrttho of any mw THE NEW B. ELDHEDGE SEWS WHINE Guaranteed the Latest and Best BUTT f RK'K'S PATIKUaa lr l.arilr .M iw' ' ""- tlrrn's Uarmenls. B"'alalognfaut tree. etdlr.lil. Partsaoil tti.-lin.'t tr nl M nrhli, aud all hliKla mt sumrlilaiva rl - kesMi tar ertea. , B. ALU RICH & CO , General A g ts i-rll slilc ff f.mrt RoT"irc. near Msln. A be hel MEETING of the Stockholders of the Mem- ait and Vioksburg Hauroaa i,ompauy win omeeoi saia company, iu Ha Aa THOMS, 04 MAIJI STREET, MEMPHIS TETALUC CASES, Casket. Coffin. Barial iVl Robas.ate...to. (S.O.D. Order. by Telegraph .nil. gllaJ SAWMILL FOB SALE. WE will furnish to any good party a complete SAWMILL OUTFIT, and take itoutingood ash and poplar lumber consisting ot a w or w- horse power siauonary engine, wi-u ' r- feet by VA inch i flue boiler, with 60-inch singla sawnMll, -feet carriage, simulUnwus head- Jocka. vttn ail tne "r cwLuuiww, w. -- H1CHAKDS k BI'TLKR. fndiananolis. Ind. .. 4 ......I nn .i r v:ni..k.. Mi.... . 11 o'clock in tha forenoon on the lll slay !" Jeiljr. !, for . u h.nnaA nt .i Hnrl n m and Beting SHOD the nrnonsail consolidation of said company with tae V' i.-i U..in. RnnM. V'icknhnrr and Mem- nhia Railroad Company, the New Orleans aad Miaeueippi Valley Ballroad Company, and the Tenneasee Boutbern ttaiiroaa company, anu ir the purM of eloctipg a Preittrit. Vice-i-reai-dent. Secretary id Treaiurer and Nina DiraeU-r. of the company, te be formed by such eflnsolida- tioa. By order rrMu..,ji ---g- VtSiSmZ' CHKhiito ck, Seeretafy, Memphis. Tcnn.. May24.18t.- RUPTURE AtMotufely cwrrf ta to 8 ds. bv Dr. Picnic's Pueni IfiatTnetltf Wmia Truam, 'U'MTmJTtMl UMOIllTatlAtteTrUU in th wurtd. KntirrlT dtffcrentfrotit I other. Perfect ReUiner, and ia worn wHheaw-td comfiwt night and day. V?11 SV.. K.nuhrl Irr J. Killima ofNfWYitrk. Vand hundrvdsot other. New llowtrated ptUO iihlet frae-ountBinitis-niu inrorinutoiu MAGNETIC ELASTIC TRUSS COMPANY. . 818 IT. BixU.SU 8t IiOOf. MO. PLANTIES INSUEANCE CQRIPAKY iPTFiEl MARINE) OFFICE IX OOmMNVN 15CIIAIXO,'41 jtAMISOX, MEMPM1S. i vi:u ins. Jr Vlce-yras'l, I w, B. aaiaa, i .rValliDjrmi I - ' D.T. 8. H. BROOKri, of Tlrooks, Noely A t-o- W. B. ALBRKATH. of W. B. lialbro.th Co, J. M. OOOUBAR, of lioodbar A Co. JflHW OVJiKTON. JH., uapitanai. All kin uaK'ry if DIIlECTOnS. ' , - . . R. L. CO r rl n , OI lMiiarti j K. UObWIN. of J. R. Uedwiu Oo. .1. V.. MILLS. Capitalist. 1. T. fOKTEK, of forter k Macraa. , l, urine liwrilian LOSSES rlll'i in. nt Prone'rtv Insured. Special attention al gitett to liiur , ZU? .1 i..i.ahle rates. Commeoced business In T Nl'irWi III rtia Minn" io j ti.w r.nir nnlroniirv. Bd jL - a j . ri . n CrWfi'- II ;7C Vet ia ' ,v i HUCOCHRAN&CO 0 . f ' ?"i TIIECOStlSEJITAL FIBRE MANUFACTURING CO. OF SEW YORK. r-ARQANIZED nnder the laws of the PtaU of I New York. March 31, 1K1. 'apltal hum-a, 50ll.MIO. MM ahares, 1HI earn. OFr U'KRS Irfe R. Shtyork, Presidents ; B. A. Goddard. Secretary ; John W. Anderson, Trea r. BOA HI) OF DIKKCTORS Lee R.bhryock. J, E. Red6cld. John W. Anderson, L. J. Velasquet, H. W. Blair. Uenry Bradstreet, B. John Lllis, E, A. Goddard. . Offices of the Company in New York, rhsnibrrs wtre-t. . P. HeCADDES. W. P. DIM AVAST. MAB.TIK KCLLT. F.McOADBEKr & CO.1 GROCERS & COTTON FACTORS, Wo, 366-368 rront Street, jacmpnin, DOORS, SASH, BLINDS, mOLDING,LUr.lBER Lath and Shingles, Flooring, Celling ana teaar rosin. MEMPHli - - TENNESSEE, iOEias. Harris & Ooc So. 353 Mtiia Strsx-t MfiupUKTenn, WHOLRR4M AS1 KETAIL Ki IKltH I WOOD AND WILLOW WAKE, Paper Stoek. Twlara, rinhl-K-TaekleH BBII Woa-la, "r"b' J. T. FAROAS0N J. A. HUM'. C. C. HKIN. K. A. PARKIB. K. L. WOOD80B J, X FARGASQN .6 CI Yholesale Grocers and Cotton Factors, 369 Trout Street, Memphis, Term. Cottoa oon.uued touswUl hYr careful attention. W. carry at all time, a well-.atad stool. Staple and Fancy Groceries, Wines, Liquors, Tobacco and Cirjara, And will sell as Low the Lowct. We have rinsed onr Vew Orleana office.'' . . Tni run UimmIb. Matlaiaa, KM). lesraei,i"", - - imImm)4 .a. I, .HI far i -II r.'...l. Bcf.r -nrer.a.n rww.re..-a A. VACCARO & CO, AYER'S Ague Cure IS WARRANTED to cure all cases of ma eutal disease, such aa Feyer and Ague, luter nittent or Chill Fever, Remittent Feer. Ptinh Ague, Billon Ferer, and Lirer Com rlalnt. In case of failure, afte duo trial, balers ara author!, by our circular of July 1st, 12, to refund tho money- Dr.J.C.Ayer4Co.,Lowell,Ma88. Sold by all Druggists. it all tae exhibitions and always THE BEST, her ara the firm, last OlTIt SALOON. So. 826 SexKnd Street, Memphis TeniH, . K. aTEPHEKi -., rropr'a. f ally supplied with all the beat Liquor, known to SCIOIffiD J 256 AND 2.S in HAM ai - up ii n a - iv- O'T rtTKJSKT, Vi h 5i t I33aPOBJC13E;SLlS WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS 278 AND 280 FRONT STREET MEMPH S. CH STRICTLY WHOLESALE. COTTON ON COMMISSION. ' Yetiafr aad Rciler. ; Benwin's Cavine Pomna PlaatexH f not oi-r tlmil jtll othra: but they a r- -ler than all others. .26 cents, Calvary Cemetery Bonds. THE fourteenth semi-annual "itre yary Cemetery bonds, falhur due July I. iijh, h. -4 a presenUtiKB of oeuaon. at ta ii:.ZU Bl?WWTad.Jfaaarar. , Folmerliornton & Co. CottonFactOB,Wuolesal6Gr6ceis Tobacco . and .Cigars,: WHOLESALE AX1 UliTAIIj, 21-7 mrnlu wtroet ir.'.nrnM Mcimtlilm Teim, TuiTnTTWof. .i.aWA-. TOflFJ'GOllillcie A!UI DEALERS IN LEVKE AM) KA1LKOAU CONTRACTORS' Hr"?!?,.fc S-llwimiin. 'ATM FK ' " ' " VB". G. FATrEBwis. Cotwin Te LIVERr.lORE FOIJI' iei to i7iiAM.-. jAyifvcT0Brn'" rm mmi Braaa Caalla Powers, Hin Herin, ta "ad audiStwumlHiitt V riiasd l --.or. -lrw, aawi ,t'r-- " HvnHia, hfrri" I lUasssuulu Murk and I .uei al Itepuut.