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t 5 nn H i MEMPHIS, TEISTN., STJN&Jk&l OCTOBER 12, 1884. ESTABLISHED 1840. VOL. XLIV-NO. 248 MEMPHIS r The cbolera ia dying out in Italy. Riecoc Conklixg still holds his tong ue. Osb of the signs of the times is Ben Butler's silence. He has petered out Business grows brighter every day, and merchants wear more cheerful faces. Thb Democrats deserve to win in Ohio. They are making an exhaustive effort for victory. mmmwmmWmmmmmmmmmmmmmm Thk rich are growing richer and the poor poorer. A day of reckoning must Tub Philadelphia Timet, a strong pro tective paper, admits the pressing neces sity for tariff reform. Thk Republican County Convention yes terday panned out a mass of mushy reso lutions and a poor ticket. Thb people of Catania, Italy, can sym pathise with those of the West. They know what a cyclone is. Minister Mowton is in 'Washington and rumor more strongly joins his name with the office of Secretary of the Treasury. Gw. Catching has caught up with Pearceand passed him on the road to the national capital. He will get there first. Emerson Ethekiimib is the Republican candidate for Congress in the Ninth Dis trict. Glass will beat him by an increased majority. ' Thb poor miners of the Hocking Valley out of work because of Blaine's grinding 'greed, are likely 13 starve during the win ter. ' . Vamab College has graduated 51MJ stu dents in the regular course. Since the year 1807 twenty-seven of those have died, and 183 married. Thb Union City Our County and" the Brownsville Democrat refuse to support Glass. By their opposition or silence they help Etheridge. ' A committee of Scottish farmers have reported in favor of the application of the principles of the Irish land act to the land tenure of Scotland. . Tee profit of the cattle business of Texas this year, the yield being estimated at . from 600,000 to 700,000 bead, at $20 per head is 110,000,000. Toe proposed lectures of Prof, fctrole.ki at the Mosart Hall, ought to be attended by every pupil of the conservatory and every member of the society. Fosxet announces as the coming social excitement in Philadelphia a widows' ball, with real widows only, from which griss wldowa will be rigorously excluded. Tub Poet of the Sierrss was in Nash ville Friday, and expressed himself de lighted with the people and the place. Ue predicts a great future for the South. o r'sABS are expressed in French politj leal circles as to a , Ministerial crisis at the coming session of the Chambers. An elec . tion for.Deputies Is expected to take place in June. TnB Republican Committee of tlid filth District of Louisiana declare it inexpedient to make a nomination, and reeommpnJ that the Republicans support Gen. Frank Morey for Congress. Am event in the history of Memphis will b th.fljT8t thr,QUh train to I'f Or leans on the Louisville, Texas and New Orleans railroad. It will leave this city to-night at 8 o'clock. Readers of the Appeal will be glad, to learn (.hat Che Memphis Medical College begins the year under very promising cir cumstances. It is one of the Institutions of which Memphis h proud. Col. W. D. Holder is announced by the Oxford Falcon as a candidate for the oflice of Auditor of Public Accounts of Missis sippi, subject to the approval of the Dem ocratic State Convention whkh meets in 1885. Got. EIendricks, Senator Pendleton and Gen. Roaeerans made speeches yesterday to very large audiences at Cleveland and Dayton, O. They assured the people that the State would go Democratic on Tuesday next. , - At the age of eighty years Maj. John W. Childress died of paralysis, at his home in Murfreesboro, Tenn., last Tues day. The" deceased was the brolhei-in-law of Ex-PrfiiJent James K. Polk, and the father-in-law of Ex-Gov. J. C. Browr. Thb Democratic National Committee baa published a document showing that between 1870 and 1880 during tea (roars of high protection wages have declined between twenty and forty per cent. And the decline still continues at a rapid rate. Gov. Cleveland will visit New York next Wednesday and will probably hold consultation with the Democratio leaders and managers. He will go to Brooklyn on Thursday to attend the Democratic barbesue, returning to Albany on Thurs day night. Socbstbt Lincoln will leave Washing ton la a-few Jays for Illinois, where he will make number of speeches in sup port of the Republican Presidential nomi nees. He will make his A rat speech at Mattoon. Secretary Teller will eudt the campaign in Colorado. A mono the ha mors of the Presidential campaign are the long and windy edi torials of the Louisville CourUr-Jovrnttl on the tariff question, and the equally gassy editorials of the Nashville papers on the Railroad Commission. And what makes these editorials more funny is the fact chat the able editors are in dead earnest. Taj a exploMoat yesterday in the new and anfiuiahed ParliaaMCsry buildings at Quebec, soma of the Yraoib. employes state, was th work of Irish agcjmitero who had a grudge against the contraouva. But this the Quebec TeUgraph does not believe, and aara the criminals were prompted by other than national lovliags. The Telegraph is more than likely right. , A special from Columbus to the St. Louis Pott-D'upatch states that the Democ racy of Ohio are rapidly . growing more acontdeet, and the Republicans more anx ious; ia (act all the signs strongly favor Democratic aatCfwa next Tuesday. The Republicans, wUils nijll claiming the State, are devoting much time lading fault with the State Committee, and if ua&at comes the blame will fall heavily on the Hpi;b- llcan managers. The thief causa of com plaint within the party Is the fAct that. while the Democrat are n4estood to have a most perfect and accurate poll of the entire State, which has enabled them to strengthen their forces where thoy are weakest, the Republicans have failed to aecure anything like a satisfactory canvass. Uav? publio demonstrations in favor at the fraaehiee bill took place yesterday 1 various parts of England. Wm. E. Fors tor, ta a speech sat Bradford, said it was trae that the gowersroeoi would not alter their redistribatio scheme jo order to tuve the franchise bill passed, ffa stated that he auspeeted the scheme printed in the London Standard was a real one which would be submitted to the Cabinet by the committee. Herbert 3. Gladstone, son ef the Premier and Liberal member 'or Leeds, said nothing would induce the gov - ernment to introduce the redistribution lull into Parliament without the amplest gtuaraaty that the House of Lords would the franchise bUlflrst. That would fjy ai i Minor, THE REPUBLICANS Of Shelby Nominate a Legislative Ticket Ramsey and Smith for the ' Senate, and Teraon, Haynes, Brogan, Evans and Fields for the Lower House The Two Latter Drawn From the Colored Cohorts Three Candidates Fall to Pull Through, and Bolt. The Republicans held their county con vention at the Expositiou building yester day. Tbe delegates were called to order by Dr. J. II. Ranieey, and Gen. W. J. Smith was made temporary chairman.. Gen. Smith said : "I thank you for the honor you have conferred on me, and I don't know that I can add anything. You have met here to-day to transact important business. You have tbe selection of a ticket for two Senators and three Repre sentativea to govern you. The Democrats have just held a convention, and from the looks of the floor a greH many ballots must have been used. Let us use less ballots and more brains. You want men who will preserve the Taxing-Distric?. You want men who will not put honest labor in competition with convict labor. You will see at a glance the importance of the work you are engaged in to-day. Cast your prejudices one 4ide and vote for the best men. Without taking up your time further I will await your pleasure." Four delegatus were nominated for tem porary secretary, but all declined, and finally A. W. Brown was chosen. COMMITTEE ON I T.ttUHNTIALS. A motion was made to appoint one from each district and ward as a Committee on Credentials. Gen. Williamson objected, on the ground that this would take delegates out of the convention, and be wanted to know how the others would act On motiou of C. H. Shotwell the follow ing Committee of nine on Credentials was appointed, four from the city and five bom the county: William Porter, J. Peck ering, J. II. Smith, Carter Harris, C. 11. Shotwell, John Ruth, Louis Payne, Char ley Glaus and Alex. Johnson. platform and resolutions. - .. On motion tbe following Committee on Platform an t liesolntions was appointed: T. F. Cawels, T. W. Brown. P. B. Fields, S. H. Haynes, A. W. Brown, Wm. Wylie and C. I Scruggs. . COMMITTEE ON l'ECMANENT OGO ANIZAT1GX. . On motion the following Committoe on Purmanent Organization was appointed: Geen ISvanp, II. T. Brown, J. W. Vernon, E O. Tyler, S. T. Williamson and J. W. liudjon. MR. L. E. DYER, Into consul at Odessa, Russia, was intro duced as a distinguished traveler who cauld address the convention in any lan guage they desired. As Mr. Dyer is at E regent a citizen of Great Britain he made is speech in English; and was attentively listened to. He was surprised to find the great progress that I ad been made by the colored man in Memphis. He was de lighted to see delegates arise to their feet and address the chairman in a manner which would re tlectcredlt upon the Britiah Parliament. This he said was the only community in which a prejudice against the colored man existed. In all the coun tries of the Old World he bad traveled and talked, e'e , sitting elbow to elbow with colored men. In conclusion, he said he hoped there was no disposition on the part oi the colored men in the convention to ostracise their white Republican friends. JUDGE T. W. JltROWN. - " Loud calls if ere made for Judge T. W. Brown. He said he felt that any speech he might make would delay the conven tion. The main duty of a speaker on such an occasion is to impress upon his hearers the necessity for selecting raen who woiild be triumphantly elected. "The deBtiny of the Republican party, my colored iriends, rests with you. ou have a majority here and greater interests to be subserved by the success of the liepubiicans than the white Republicans. You have one mo tive of action of paramount interest. Ask yourselves if the sentiment of the com munity in whhih you live is in accord with the statute as to the ballot, No on'e,seek s to drive away the white voter, hut there is iealouay iu ruuura to your suit rage- too have a special interest in the Republican party, because it is the only partv which will act with reference to your ballot. You should put out such men as will bring to their support good white men. The ite Dublicau nartv stands to-day as the vindi cator of the labor interests of the country. If the Democratic party prevails tha lands of the South will remain valueless." PROP. B. K. SAMPSON said it was neadlf si to attempt a vindica tion of the principles pf the Republican party. "It is not my pnrpe to tako a part in your convention on this occasion, but 1 desire that you will compromise your claims and pt out a ticket which will ob tain the solid vole. Let us take care to do our whole duty." pLATromr and brsoi-vtions. The convention then adjDurned for ten ! minutes. The report of the Committee on Platform and KusolutioDa was then read as follows : A nolltieal oarty Keeking tho confidence anil asking tan support oi' tbe pnole snoulil enunciate the principles and potmen by wtifh it proposes to be oontnilUii ia a plain, straight forward mann.r and bus tt elsira for popular support upon tbe wisdom and patriotism of the measures it .rtvocates : tnereiore litvtirrtl. Tbat the Kopublican party of Shelby county hawtjly indome the platforms adopted at NanhrilUia Apil, Chira(jo in June, and Cov ington in SnptiMuiier, ixet, and we give Jarne O. lilaine. John A. Logan, frank T. Keid and upharv Tavlor and the nominee ot tbU donvon- tion our hearty support and pledge ontelvee to tte every honet etfnrl to promote thoir eleotion. HrHcrdk X haCintnarHtng tne nuttonai. Mate and Congreuionid Vlultormi, we but place our nelves in accord with the growing sentiment ot tbe South in favor of a judiciouly discriminat ing tariff for fiiir pretention of home munufac tureraauu uoine moor, uy iuctviwiui mnuuuiuti and protecting home mechanic, opomtives and workingmen in overy field f labor; affording a home matket for all agricultural product, and placing the South on the highway to tbat proa nerilr which sterile New England has so longen- joyed Iktwugh protection. . RtnArM, Tlit vhlla the iyxtein or municipal rnrctT'Uient knoan' J I'ja Taxing-District of Shelby coi.'",ty-is-a mnoaJLon upon popular forms to WHICH .. ue 'pie ."wLumm, and was only intenuid n eprthio, and whereas tbe same has proven . spleodirt sueccss, we are unalterably opponed to any change or modification of lae sysUtut that will materially alter the same or in the Lat impair its efficiency so lone aa it it adminittertd villi its presont aeoaviny and non-partisan spirit. JIAILR0AD COMMISSION. llttilrrd. That we are apposed ta a State man datory Railroad Coimui.-sion bill and we are op aoaed to an adrUory Commission, because the expense that ltontails is oyt of all proportion wun cne gooa uint h can c-yem. we 110 wvur, however, under ht rlitU5e of "the X'onetiwtiou that aulhorite tua federal iroornmoni to rcBu lata interstate eonutsre, a law that :U ri'KU late corporations aud proton, the rights of the people. INSPECTORS Off BOILERS.. KrJvrtl, That, in order to protect life and property, we are in favor ef the appointment of eauiuer of engines and boilers in tbe .natem sued numi.?! as may be necessary to perform the work, aij 1(1) the least possible annoyance and expeuje to oviwrfi und under such regula tions as will secure the njOt ftcint Service. PENHEStlARV I kASii. Jtfottvd, That we are opposed to the ptese-.; penitentiary lease system as inhum4n to tbe criminal, enjutt to the meohanic and laboring nan, injurious ta morality and against the pub lio policy, and iu lieu ttjorouf we recomtnond re formatory schools for bs n'l girls of teuder ae. a here they may, if ioMibfc, t reclaimed to society after tney have acquired a khowUiof some UseiMI bwcupauon m nuiuw wncn mwravi bal the hardened apd depraved cladS who may ur&cltyuiaVte and unsafe, be closely i employee .at saeb occupation as will least eoueict with llu Itvucst libr of the will nui fiiuiiii w.ui w uyuvat uvm wi ., Sti.tM. n it that All nlh.n ha eiiiikJovetl in i.t ill- iugupour county roads, and we hefe'by 'icrruot our representatives to n all lawful uvcausio re peal or anuul the present iuiquitaus eonUAvt with the present lessees. EXEMPTION LAWS. .'Wten That we are in favor of a revision of the eur tiou laws so as to exempt $S0 from ex ecution Sue every laborer, clerk, bookkeeper, and those eiintlarv employed, in tbe hands of the employer. BUREAU OF LABOR TT!TLSTICS. Wamts, The agricultural interej !n the state have rtceived for over hall a century fostering eare a4 paternal solicitude of the leg islative department! a."d whereas, the mechani ialM-iv doartui!U( L'evl tntaruMtft of th cal interedts of the State cave of late years re- wired Nri imivfttuf of row th iht is iLftTeaaNwa. 1P it unexampled; ii'rWn j, Tht we r in fnvor of Ktabnl..? ft Burtfiu of ),bir SutistU'i in connection wit a tr Bvreu oi' AuruttUur nd Mines ia the iu terwt of the laboring , ef the aSu-te TAX ON VKUILlvES. iVWrMl. That the raisins of reireuu by (,H i letre taxation in thi State aiar at tbe prvent to be neo!ery, yet it onirht nut to be eoutinued to iLireent extent and iu it now heavy proor tione and we favor auch mudititation of the y tasua of privilra-e tax4tion aa will eorrct the tcrt ouahtiei that now exist, which will relieve r fot Dk.i0 who have but little rap. tut or only their a.bor iu baftiness embraoed am on it privilKci. and as soon an it van pttesibly be done, we recom mend the repeal of Ue,r t;re tystem. DUCATt0y, jtfeso'rrti'. That oar represents tlves in tie J ogis lat ire l.t ttrut'ted to uieiuorialise the CnViis of the Suited futon to pat the lUair eduetional bill, or some other nc inure contain in f it main features, and tk tmek ube-r eteus aa mar be hsary to ei'ure to our children jn the country the tei.etita of common school eduUion and that in our CDtuion the surplus iu the trevrr cannot be euiiU,vcd better than in carry ins out ine above rouit. MECHANICS' Li Elf JAW. Hetvlrtlt That we faror such chaitfjes In the mechanic Ilea law as will enable the uiectiiui? U enfort hisiist-- luotw exovditiouily and cco- nomtoaiiy. iiriUrr.i, That we are in la. or r atoIiiiirr all rtiMcial courta and reoratunitin our vruitepl iudtciary syitteiu. to tbe eud that itie n a tuber t,f ceurta and iudicos be lotmcned and ihet aatlmritasi m vdses b increeued a reasouabio extent iu order ii eiK'ure iao vaivui. . CVixCTm ilONAL CONVENTION. . Rntfota, fvur the calling of a ennstitu tional coJWtiun ?! tlay to effect judi cial reform, ut lH iu.flii'v. facilitate and aeapen the trial of c:ai f ,fV sct o'her ejnsliuitiyuai reforms as Ui TtUimt 01 IU liw jna reijuixe. COLLKCTIOJf OF TAXES. ' " KfiolreU, That we are uuaiUrably opposed to the preseut system of collecting 61ate. couuty fpA BiiBiripul taxes, and demand tbat all taxes in arrear, as well as current taxes.be collected by one officer, at one time and on same bill ; and that such laws be enacted as will authorize and empower said tax-collector to collect any and all taxes witnout the tedious process to the State, county or municipality, or ueexpetice to tbe tax payer or going into the Circuit Uiurt tor condem nation of lands or to the Chanoerv Court to en force the collection thereof. STATUTE OK LIMITATION AGAINST TAXS. HmJveJ, We demand the enactment of a law requiring all State, county and municipal taxes of every kind aud character to be colled ected sued upon- within six voars aft?r mataritv. or when flue. or else snid taxes shall be forever bar red and uncollectable. WOMAN'S RIGHTS. Rrtolved, We urge a law liberating women and giving them the same power to 01, eciu're and aisfKxe of their property now possessed by men. That we present in the person and character of ourcandidatcs a guarantee that the above resolu tions will be carried out in letter and spirit. THK COMMITTEE ON CKK1KNTIAL8 reported in favor of sixty-eight delegates. The report of the Committee on PEBMAKEJiT ORGANIZATION ' . was aa follows: Chairman W. M. Smith. Vice-chairmen Judge K. T. Brown, colored, and Capt. T. W. Brown. Secretaries A. M. Henderson, Louis Ranie and L. W. Wyatt. NOMINATIONS were then declared in order. T. F. Cas sels, colored, nominated il. B.sKamey, white, for Senator. Ruth, colored, seconded Ramsey's nomination, and on motion it was made mammons. . Wm. Porter, colored, nominated W. J. Smith, white, for Senator, and his nomi nation was made unanimous. For the lower bonse, E. O Tyler, col ored, nominated Wm. A. Fields, colored, of the Sixth District. (ieo. Elliott, white, nominated J. W. Vernon, white. Wm. Porter, colored, nominated Green E. Evans, colored. Paixtl y Carter, colored, , nominated Ev erett K. Bell. J-fcJ. (jreB. . Williamson nominal Haynes. - G. G., Dent nominated Capt. It. T. Brown, colored C. 11. Shotwell, colored, nominated J. F. Norria, colored. nominated T.-S. Stewart, colored. -"Scrnpga nominated E. D. Wil'iams. B. W. Etheridge nominated X. J. Bro gan. T. S. Stewart, colored, nominated CLiw. Wilson, colored. . A. W. Brown, colored, nominated Hugh Knott. . .. A colored delegate nominated Jim Mor mp, colored. TIiaCOLOBUNU nominations were then closed aud Gen. Williamson moved that three from among the white men be elected first, two colored men to be elected atterwarJ. (J. II. Shot well objected. He said there were more colored men in the party than whites, that they were just as capable and competent as their white trends. If any proportion was to be made, the colored men ought to be in the majority. The order ought to be reversed and five colored and two white med nominated, instead of two colored and five white. Goorae G. Dent objected to drawing the color line. C. II. Shotwell indignantly denied that he had drawn tire color line. Gen. W. J. Smith moved to nominate three colored men first. C. II. Shotwell moved as an amendment to nominate colored men, regardless of number. - Gen. W. J. Smith warned the conven tion against weighing the, ticket down with too many colored men. Capt. ii. T. Brown said he had been keeping very quiet all day Ions and he couldn't teep his seat any longer. He wanted this convention to look the matter in the face. He didn't know whether he was a rolored man or not. Suppose five colored men were pat on the ticket, would it get any less support? Who elected the Republican ticket anyway? 'the negroes did it They cast the votes and if they could elect anybody at all why could they could they not- elect colored men ? Are three out of seven too many ? We don't want to discuss the question that way. What we want is good liepub iicans, white or colored. Green E. Evans declared it was not a question of color but one of policy and availability. A good many have been talking about two or three colored Repub licans. - If he stood in the way he would get out. There are certain prejudices ex isting, and the moment you put three'col ored men on the ticket it goes down. The ticket was dtfeafed -iu August on account of the personal ambition of a few individ na!s. The majority of this convention is in favor of two colored men and not more, And if the Republican party can be suc cessful with one colored man on it, why, let us have but one. Wm. Porter agitated the atmosphere for twenty minutes, and Delegate Phillips in terrupted him to state a point of order. He thought Delegate Porter was taking up-all the time and smiting oat other members who wanted to speak on the quostion, Tbe ; " PREVIOUS QUISTION ' was moved and carried, and the conven tion proceeded ta ballot (or two candi dates. FIRST BALLOT. Whole number of votes cast, 77 ; neces sary to a choice, "!). Evans 64, Fields -10, Bell 10, Phillips 5, Brown 11, Norris lv, Williams 5, Stewart 3. Two of the defeated candidates, Capt R. T.Brown, colored, and C. L..Stewart, colored, grabbed their hats, and with a flourish withdrew from the convention. S. II. Haynes was then nominated by acclamation. - BKOONI) BALLOT. Whole number of votes catt, "7 ; neces nary to a choice, SO. Brogan 72 J, J. W. Vernon 4S, Hugh Knott 34i. - ' The candidates then pledged themselves and the convention adjourned. TUB TICKET is as fqjlows: For the Senate. II. B. Ramsey and W. J. Smith. . . For Hit House. Green E. Evans, colored ; W. A. Fieldo, colored ; S. H. Haynes, T.J. Brogan and J. W. Vernon. . JACKSON, TEA'S. Suicide ofn Former Itallrand CcMuef or Sad Accident. 'ISPKCIALTO TSX AFPKAL.l Jacksos, October 10 Mr. J. M. Craw ley, a former railroad man, committed suicide in this citv. hv tnkinsr an over dose of morphine, last night. He lived in Jack1 son several years ago, ana was conaucior on both the Memphis and Charleston and the Illinois Central railroads. He went to Mississippi and afterward to Belmont, Mo., from which place he moved here last spring He leaves a wi!e,a married daughter, a widowed daughter and two sons He was over fifty years of age. He had not been in anv employment since his return here, and become despondent and com mitted tUa aful deed while under the in fluence of drink. The family are all well connected, and are most respectable peo ple. A sad accident occurred at the home of Mr. J. W. Anderson, a respected farmer, near Clavbibck, in this county. Yester day evening his Iitti4 dtuhter, four years old, Minnie Maud, BUtrlta cut to a cijegtuut tree, and met her little brothe. They passed under a dead tree, and a limb fell tud struck the little girt on the head, from wlilcl. shi died in a few uiojjtFg. Her brother saw the liu.b fall ing aud tyiod to pull his sister out of the way and narrowly miac?d the same fats as his slstsr. the ttiub" stnkicij him on the foot The mother was alinosLiranlic with grief at the Ylowat dvath of b9r little daughter. Janie premiums are offered on live stocn and agricul ural products by the stock holders of the Wpst Tennessee Agricul tural and Mechanical AksocUtion at the approaching meeting in this elty. An unusually large attendance from abroad is expected. L1TILE liUCJi, AUK. Kerloaa Fir in the l'rcs-Hoonaa or Itw aetle." ("PlUiAL TO TUt AFTSAI..1 Little Rot a., Ociobfcr ij. A fire broke out in the Vaxtte press-rooms' about 9 o clock to-night ine large lioe press, folding machine, Campbell and job presses are all more or less damaged. The job department was gutted and the paper stock-room cleaned out, the stock using damaged by smoke and handling. A larc number ot jobs of various kinds in the UaUv ot the printers were destroyed, entailing a considerable loss. The damace may reach S15,p0u, and may e one-third of that amount. ' It can only be determined after a thorough examina tion of the niihinnry. The paper will 1Iicbi 00 linuoi iis-ua vri w , . ; Li,t?aoo Vl jthe Qai'y Democrat being loaned for the I tn.mn.mu f Mfeason, ine iosa is covered oy insur ance. To the I'uMio- I shall sell, on Monday night, sale to commence at 1 :J0 o clock, 1 Howard Movement in 13 karat gold cases, cost fl75; 1 Cressent Street "Waltham," IS karat gold case, cost $130; 2 extra fine lrvdy's watches, 13 karat cases; 1 diamond crcsj, eleven stones, cost to import $750. Also diamond Cir rings, pins, studs, etc., several gents' and' ia4ic solid gold chains, necklaces, etc., one pair ot ladies' 0ld bracelets that cost over $13i) to manutuctre. Also any other article that is called for or selected out during the day for the sale. If you want any of the above good do not fail to attend the sale Monjsy night T 1M0XS, 40 Monro street Ma. liKLL, Sidesman Mobbd! by Ilia Uwru Color. SO Ij w Oai.a. ss, October 1 1 . The I iir-t-Democrat'! -kauur(; special reports the lynching of Dock Martin, colored, who killed E. N'. I'loasants, colored, at foiling Fur!:; by a mob of colored men wlio over powered the g2 , Pis.r 7i i- L.nl !.WJ--7- &i. Lofts, w.,oer II. Jno. R. Shipley, in some respects a leading member of the cu trtiuis war, uieu mis atternoon after THE RAILROADS. licgular Trains on the Louisville, Jfew Orleans and Texas Kallroad to Begin Running To-Day. . The Local Easiness of That Line to be . Transacted by the Mississippi and Tennessee. Other Points of Interest About the Iron Feeders of the Commerce of Ateraphht. The first through passenger train from New Orleans, on the Louisville, New Or- lean auu xezas. wm arrive at 7 o clock this morning, and tbe first out o Mein- nhisa IaiVM at H. n'Mrmlr tst-VMsvaawi The time card will not be settled, how ever, unniweanesaay, when the Chesa peake. Ohio and ftnnthwoatom tKa ern. branch of the Huntington system. uiucDauuiuiui scueuuie ana puts on through trains. Capt C. T. Birdsong has been appointed superintendent of this di vision. The local affairs of the company will bein the hands of the Memphis officials of the Mississippi and Tennessee v . : i i riA v - i . i , umiiusu vuuipauy, wiucu taxes ioruiai tharge to day. Mr. Wilson, president of the Valley road, is also the owner of the MiKRittsinni unit Taihimooh: ami tUa .11 - ' - I v- -' , I I. VA VI'W U1U oBpdt 61 the Ittiter w LU "be nsed for the JJmVUU . . "All Boah." New York, October 11. A rumor was current this morning that Commissioner Fink was about to resign in consequence of the withdrawal cf the Baltimore and Ohio railroad from the passenger pool. Purth statement, f e says, are all bosh. "Why should I resign on that acccount?" he asked, "it has nothing to do with me." Eirect or the Withdrawn! of the Baltl. wore aud Ohio front tbe Pool. New York, October 11. Kiernan's Agency reports Wall street gossip as say ing the withdrawal of the Baltimore and Ohio Company from the pool, -which takes effect on the 12th instant, will doubtless bring about an immediate aggressive poli cy, in which all the lines will participate. It is understood that a special meeting has been called to consider the situation. Ef forts will be made to bring about a settle ment crexisting complications. In Favor of the "Sleepera." Oswkoo, N. Y., October 11. The Supreme Court, in the care of Pardee against the New York Central Sleeping Car Company, for the loss of money alleged to have occurred in one of their cars, Judge Vaun non suited tha plaintiff on the gruund tbat it was not shown that the company had been guilty of any negli gence, and that they were not a common carrier, but merely furnished con veniences for sleeping, the railroad com pany being the carriers. The Baltimore and Ohio and Pennsyl vania Matter. Philadelphia, October 11. In the United Mates District Court for tbe East ern District of Pennsylvania, Judge Mc Kennan, presing, this morning, upon tbe motion for the preliminary injunction made by George Shears, jr , A. J. John son and John AlcCleve, solicitors for the Baltimore and Ohio, against the Philadel phia, Wilmington and Baltimore Compa ny, Friday, October 17th, was set as the day for arguing the motion, and pending argument a restraining order was granted. The order restrained the defendant, its ofiicers and agents and servants from ab rogating or violating the existing contract relations now in force between it and the said complainant. It also forbids any change in the existing arrangements un der the contract, and compels the defend ant to receive and do all manner of b tidi ness as agreed upon in the contract SPIKES AXi) SPARKS. Summer excursions have ceased. Capt. Bon Lkei ii is in Toronto, Canada, attending the annual meeting of the Con ductors' Association. Hakrv Haywood, a dwsrf Iwenty-two years old and only four feetliiah. is news stent on the Mississippi and Tennessee railroad. ' Thb building of the Memnhis. Selma and Brunswick railroad is now a certainty. Mr. 1 Orb J) as bten atHoily Springs several days past : J.. Smith, of the car department of the Mississippi and Tennessee railroad, left last night for ths East on important legal business. -" The Mississippi and Tennessee) has just bought two new engines. They are very heavy and are to be nsed exclusively for hauling freight, Lew Kemp, formerly conductor on the Mississippi division of the Illinois Central railroad, but now traveling for a Virginia tobacco honse, is in the city. Every passenger conductor running to Chattanooga, and there are forty, with but one exception, are Democrats and will vote for Cleveland and Hendrhks. Job Justice, for a number of years su pervisor of the Y.iBt Tennessee, Virginia and Georgia railroad, has resigned, and will give his attention to his farm at Rice ville. ' . ' - Mb. Sakoster, of the Illinois Central, has just returned from an advertising trip He has established his I eadquarters in Memphis and knows everybody in West Tenneesee. S. H. Mills, traveling passenger agent of the Northern Pacific, and Mr. Davis, assistant general passenger agent of same line, have been in the city and left last night for Louisyille. - Col. R. A. Williams, of the Memphis and Little Rock Railroad was hers this week. Peg's voice hai changed since he joined the Mother Htibbards., They say he makes a lovely maiden. Ti Crescent Newt; and Hotel Company will have charge of the news and hotel business on the Louisville, Kew Orleans and Texas railway. Mr. George B. Calder will be their manager at this end, Thk Mobile and Ohio railroad made an other quick shipment of a rar load of meat last week. It left Memphis at 7 o'clock p.m., September 20tb, and arrived in Ab erdeen at the same hour the next day. Tub Little Rock, Mississippi River and Texas railway took ten car-loads of coin pressed cotton from Pine Bluff on last Tuesday's train to Little Rock, which was consigned diroct to Lnerpoolj i'agland. Geo. II. Neitlbtox, general' manager, aud L. W. Towne, superintendent, of the Kansas City, Springfield and Memphis road, arrived last evening. They go back over their line on a special train at noon to,(iay. The work upon tu railroad (Jump be tween Arkansas City and Tripna fetation is progressing rapidly nnder Cassedy A Co., contractors. Dirt is being ramdly hauled along te road, elevating the track two foot above ite former inght. MjR. 8. J.' Ilton, misr car builder of the Mississippi anijl' Tefineasee ratirond, has just computed an etant coach.' The entire work was dona hero under his supervision, and would reflect credit npou any of the Urge car works. With the increasing railroad facilities cf JSemphis and the absenejj of a union depot, auw&e? transfer company co61d find plenty of business. Cqc Jhst would be regulated to the wauts of tha traveling public , Tub machine shops of the Cincinnati. New Orleans and Texas Pacific railroad at Meridian wers-burned on Thursday night, nothing escaping but tbe enginehouse. The works were almost entirely new, and Uie oss nir;at have been ' considerable. Misk Cabr;gax, for a uutnbar of years yard master of the Mississippi' and 1en nessee railroad, but now chief yard master of the Kansas City, Port Scott and Gulf railroad, at Kausas City, is around shaking hands with tho "boys", and will likely remain. Tubes million pounds of freight were transported over the Aberdeen branch duriiij the month ot September, exclusive of railroad supplips, exnress matter and extra bapgsga. This is it the rate o 10", 000 pounds a day, or five car-loads, and did not include any cotton. Vice-Pkksuust and General Man aoek KDWAgn;, o the J.ouisyille, New Orleans and Texas, is reported as say ing that f re glit on eotton from above Vicks- ourg will he II a bale leaa thau to New Orleans, nd les than to Memphis from points nearer to Vicksburg than to Memphis. Other freights will be equally favorable to Vicksburg. Coniuttor John Pricthbtt, of the Louisville, New Orleans and Texas rail road, arrived at Vicksburg Friday from the north end of that road with the big gc t-iin of freight that has ever been hauled over uiu rod. Tt consisted of ta-enty-three cars of solid treiuht, mU o't which went through to New Orleans by the regular freight train. This is consid ered an immense train. ' The Memphis and Little Rock passen ger travel uns commenced ior the season ve-T favorably. They have had to put on extra coaches and era r-nnino tltmnuli coaches from -A Crania to I.fitie liocs. Ti e emigration to Texas will be larger this fall thsu for several years, and being the bnlv lino that mites conneptiqu for points in Texas the Memphis nd Littlp l)c oaj xpct to do th$ buahjee; " Tub plans for the sew passenger depot of toe ""'Viile, New Orleans and Teaas railroadon Poyarw al" New recently drawn by Mr. A r matron ir. dr4ttmao of the company, were submitted to htm and accepted. The depot will be ! fifty-two front on Liberty street, and ex . rena Dacx on ine neutral ground 4W teet The entire depot will be entirely under cover, and passengers can alight -from aboard the train in the most inclement weather without getting wet Work on the new depot will be commenced oa Monday next . - A few days aaro the officials of tha vari- ! ous roads leading into Nw Orleans held a meeting tor the purpose of agreeing as to the manner in which they will work with the Exposition. It is understood that the officials of the roads have agreed to salect one of their number, who will have charge of the operatbn of tbe road. The person, however, has not yet beeu selected, but will be at a meeting to- bo held in the course of a few days. At pres ent there ia a large force of men at work ballasting tho Exposition road between. St Charles avenue and the line of the Mississippi Valley road. DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. The Irang-hter of a Hew York Million aire Before the Police Court oa tha Above rkarsje Mary lleyt's Weakaess. JSkw ionic. October 10. An excited woman rushed into the Nineteenth sub precinct police station, in the Grand Cen tral depot Wednesday afternoon, threw her at hel on the floor and hurled her i I . . 1.1 . . T . . .. . . ".r.t",0' fcel?MBayard, Gov. Hnbbard, of Texas: the had scarcely recovered when tli iai 1 n-w .L.Ufi WUIUU . US, XJS vnrew a Binaii pocKetDoox, which struc hitn on the shoulder. Supposing that hi, utauiuuuuiy -uresseu visitor wasi itn( insane or drunk, the sergeant had h arrested. She refused to ' behave,'; and made desperate attempts to escape, whereupon she was locked up. She re fused to give her name, but, after several hours confinement, called for the sergeant and said that she was Mary Hoyt, of No. 1 454 Lexington avenue, tbe daughter of the late Jesse Hoyt, the millionaire, and who, with her mother, is contesting her father a wilL This revelation caused a sensation at the station. The sergeant sent word to her house, and toward evening LViBu dolph Tanskey called and gavo; lail for her appearance. She was !frnir ly excited, and was restrained;. lrm violence only by force. The ; doctor summoned a carriage and, in compaay with friends, Miss Hoyt was driven to tho residence of the superintendent ot the Bellevue Hospital, but he was not . at home. At that time Miss, Hoyt seemed to be affected with hysteria, and her frienis, fearing she might do some violence, drov to Dr. Flint's house. No. 20 East Twenty eighth street Opiates were administered and Miss Hoyt fell into a deep sleep, fho was not disturbed until morning, wken she seemed much improved. Wren Of ficer Hagan reported at . the Nineteenth sub precinct in the evening,-- lie, toiu oi a nuie lncment teat occur red on his beatdnriDg t: e afternoon. He was standing near the entrance to the 1 dies' room of tho New Haven railroad, in' the Grand Central depot, when Miss Uov carrying a parasol and satchel, rushed to- wata iutn witn a threatening motion. She did not strike him, but abnsed him, and said she could hardly tied words strong enougn to express tier uate lor turn, b cause he once refuse to arrest a servant il her employ with whom she bail qusrreie4 Officer Reynolds also was a witnats of thi atliair, and the acting sergeant summooa' both policemen as witnesses against this prisoner. . . Yesterday morning when Justice Poser tool-- his seat in the Yorkville Court Xri read on docket: "Mary Hoyt drunk disorderly." Sergt Coon explained brietiS; the nature of the case, and it was ca!lU for trial. The prisoner stood in dignified silence, surroundad by her friends, one oi whom pleaded "not guilty" in her behalL She was too much agitated herself to r3 ply. The presence of a millionaire daughter, answering a chargo whick usually appeared opposite the names ts only the m03t depraved women, caused a murmur cf surprise iu the court-root When silence was restated Sargt Coon said that while sending a message over the wire from the stationhouse he was in terrupted by tho lady, who wanted to tend a message over the wire. He did not an swer at onco, and 6ho. repeated her ti queet, coming through the t te of t ho railing as she spoke. He told her thit they were not for public n ,e, and ilip.t vis itors were not allowed iutid tbe railing. She hesitated, looked rst!esi-l about ti?-? room, and finally - left without eat ing anything. The assault occurred, lie said, a few moments later, when the ptis oner returned in great excitement. R.-jt, Porter, of Bridgeport, Coau , testified li he wns standing in -r4re--waTTJngTC3ai at the depot when Miss Hoyt brushed past him. Shesa.elt of liquor, nnd he thought she acted as though intoxicated. Officers Archibald, Hagan and Reynolds recited their experience with the prisoner. They thought she was drunk. She had blun dered into the Young Men's Christian As sociation rooms, but made na disturbance. Miss Hoyt was laboring nnder great excite ment, and did not take the stapd. Hr. Tanskny gave evidence in extenuation of the misdemeanor. lie said that in July and August, 1882, Miss Hoyt was confined in' an asylum. He did not think she was drunk. He thought that she was nnder the influence of drugs. She had been in the habit of taking a preparation of Hoff man's anodyne and spiiiis of lavender. Justice Power briefly reviewed the evi dence, and fined the prisoner $10. SPORTING NEWS. Baseball Heorea. Buffalo, October 11. Buffalo, 14; Bos ton, 5. Chicaco, October 11. Chicago, 12; Phil adelphia, 3. Detroit, Mich., October 11. Detroit, 9; New York, 2. Cleveland, O., October 11. Last cham pionship game of the season here. Provi dence, 8 ; Cleveland, 1. E.asit Day of the lAloula Fall Meeting-. Covington, Ky., October 11. Eighth day Of the fall meeting of the Latonia Jockey Club. Weather warm and' pleas ant," track good and attendance large. ' Firtt Race Purse of $300, three-kiuar-ters of a mile. J'erg Kyle won; Ultima? turn seoohd, Thistio and Sannteror ran a dead heat' for third place. Time 1:16J. .Second Race. Falsett Stakes, for three year olds, two miles. Closed with forty five nominations Starters: Powhatan, Blast, Hitlight, Easter, Kosciusko and Au drian. At the start Enstersecured a slight lead, Blast second, Powhatan atd Kosci usko even a length off. There was no change in these positions for a mile, but here Easter was done, Blast took the lead and won by three lengths; Kosciusko sec ond. Hif,igbt third. Time 2:37. Third Rnce. - Purse of $300, live fur longs. Rogers won by a length ; Thomp son second, Trousseau third. Time 1:04. Fourth Race. Purse of 4800; heats, two miles. In the first heat April Fool took the lead and was not headed, winning in a gallop by sit lengths. Tim 3::W. In the second licit April l-ool again took the lead and was never headed, winning in a galop by ten lengths. Time 3:42. This ends the meeting. American Joekfy Anl Heeling:. New Yori: October 10. To-day was the seyehlb' and last day oi the American Jockey Club racea. The weather was i leas, ant, track good and attendance large, .First Race. Handicap, for all ages, one mile. Pampeio won in a? canter by s i lengths; Delilah second, Little Minch tbird.'Time 1 :4. Second Race. Handicap sweepstakes, for iw? ve.r olds, three-quarters of a mile. Miss lUiy and imlietl i;qlfspt pa?e. They kept ahead in the order named until the stretch was reached, when the colt went to the front, and won by a neck ; Miss Daly necond, Frank Mullins third. Time 1 :20 J. Third Race Free handicap sweep stakes, mile and a quarter. Starters: Topsy Burgomaster, Woodjjower, Peon oni,, naieaon, icnara u ( i.ucty nana and Uda Stanhope. The race was re markable, ia that four horses fell at tbe turn behind the clubhouse. As the field disappeared the leaders were in this or der: Burgomaster, Haledon, Esonomy, Woodtlower and Richard L. When they came out from behind the bill Burgo master s'ill led, Lida Stanhope second, and four horses were miss ing. After a terrific finish Lidt Stan hope won by a head ; Pjuriromaater second, Haledon third. Time H:ih. The race over, a rush was ruada by the people for the clubhouse hi'l, behind 'which Kconoiny was found lj ing with his back broken, Rivers, (garrison and Farley, jockeys, were on the ground senseless. J. Donohue, rider of Economy, was unhurt It seems that Richard L., on the outside, crowded into Lucky B. and, falling, Lucky B. fell over hitn and Topsy, and Economy, immediately behind, rolled over these two. Rivers, on Richard L., and Farley, on Lucky B., were badly hurt Garrison recovered consciousness soon, but walked about in a dazed condition. Economy will probably be shot Fourth Race. Free handicap sweep staaes, wiie ad three tjuarteTS. Poya! Arch led to within half a furlong from home, when Clanmel passed ahead and won by a length ; General Monroe second, Slocuin third. Time 3:10i Fifth Ibice. Purse of $500, all ages, three-quarters of a mile. Wandering won Yf two lengths; Uberto second. Vallev ir$o thlri). Tire tquj. 'i:he' winner War entered at ?00, and, Loagt la. lor fijno. Sjiyth R'Ke. Handicap gteeplechase, fqlj (ioume- Ait) au eoltlug finish Oharle: fia'.ne won ; tcho euo.nd, (Jarrr tliird! itne 4 I. nee Curtuiiis AanacialtyaJ Memphis Steam Laundry, JilSecond atreeL EII0 DEMOCRACY. ' of the Greatest Political Demount ra lions Ever Held in the State, at Cleveland. jkss-Moeting in Monumental Park and Torchlight Procession at Sight, r. 4 With Ten to lifteen Tl:nnannf1 "Hpii fa TJnA-KnPfhAB ll by Gov. Hendricks, Senator Bay ; , ard aud Others. Cleveland, O., October 11. Gov. Hen dricks arrived from Cincinnati this" after noon and was received at the depot and escorted to the hotel by the Young Men's Central Democratic Club and a large re tention committee. This evening there was one of the greatest political demon strations ever held in Ohio. There was " a . mass-meeting in Monumen tal ' Park " and speaking from two stands by Gov. - Hendricks. Senator Hon. Howe Call, of New Hampshire; Col. John R. Fellows, of New York ; the non. H. B. Payne, Senator Pendleton, the Hon. W. 17. Hensel, of Pennsylvania ; the Hon. Tracy Titus, of Buffalo, and others. Gen. W. S. Rosecrans presided at one stand and Congressman Foran at the ther. Following the speeches was one of the largest procession of torch-bearers ever, seen in this section. ; It is estimated that 10,000 to 15,000 men were in line, hoi so and foot, including the Democratic Legion, of Buffalo, 800 strongs The park was goryaoualy illuminated. The demonstration closed with a magnificent display of fireworks. Excursions came in orer every line of railway leading to the ity. Gov. Hendricks was serenaded to night by the Buffalo Legion. j Gov. Cleveland' Visitors. ' - Albany, N. Y., October II. Gov.Clevfr had a large number of visitors this niorn rajf, including several excursion parties. f - - Tho Ohio llrras. -. . ' . . Wellstok. O., October 11. At 9 o'clock Mr. Blfiine left Ironton to go np through ta Hocking Valley. The workmen in the rail mills came out bare-armed and bare breasted and cheered as he passed. At Qak Hill there was a considerable crowd, omposed largely of workingmen. beside the track. They had erected a platform of pig-iron, on which Mr. Blaine stood an,d made a brief speech. FUber Stick to Jt Story. Boston, Octolier 11. In reference to Blaine's dnial of the afsertion of Warren Fisher that ho 'Blaine) offered a sum of money for the Mulligan letters, given ' in these- dispatches, Fisher reiterates his claim that Blaine did make such an offer. He doclares that at the request of Elisha Atkins, and the' special request of Mr. Blaine, he went to New York in tbe spring of 1830 and met lrUine at the Fifth Av enue Hotel; tbat then and there Mr. Blaine made a request to obtain for money or otherwise- from Mulliean the letters and memoranda in which Mr. Blaine had any interest The amount was not limited, and he was authorized to pay 10,000 if he csuld not obtain them for less. Mr. , Blaine said John Cumudngi, a partner of Elisha Atkins, would furnish the money. Bailer 1st Feantj'lvania. ' Harrisrurq, Pa., October 11. Gen. B. F. Butler arrived here this afternoon and was met at the depot by a band and a number of his supporters and escorted to the hotel in a carriage. Prior to his ar rival little interest seemed to be taken in his visit, but when it became known that he was here the streets surrounding his hotel were densely packed. Great inter est was displayed. After a rest of fifteen minutes the general made his appearance on one of the lower balconies. He was greeted with three hearty cheers. After thanking the people for their cor dial welcome, he delivered an address confined almost exclusively to the rights of workingmen, tbe oppression they were snbjected to by the monopolists and now the remedy could be . effeetd. He was nu uiariT in huh uji -ttTg-TtanUrd Oil Cuirtpjuv, aud spoke about the conduct of the Democrats toward his resolutions in the interest of tbe woiking classes at the Chicago Convention. His speech was fifquently interrupted with applause. He spoke tbree-quaiters cf an hour and then heid a .reception, when he was warmly greeted. He leit this afternoon for Philadelphia. ' LAfjUAXbE, TEXX, Debate Between the Beraoeratie ana Be pnblleaa Consrre&nional Candidates. . SPICIIT. TO TH APPXAL.l ' Laobasof, October 11. The Hon. J. M. Harris and ach Taylor addressed an en thusiastic crowd of citizens here yester day. Mr. Harris reviewed the record of the two political" parties, discussed State aud national politics and arraigned, tbe Republican party for its thefts, robberies, swindles and jobs; for its broken pledges, its frauds and wnnton weste of the public domain the people's heritage. ' Harris handled poor little Zich without gloves, lift shot it into the ; rinc-tailed, streaked, striped, Greenback-Indep?ndent-Republican so hot and heavy as to make even the Republicans ashamed of hin. The speech of Mr. Harris had a telling effect, convincing the people that- our next Congressional representative was a man to be relied on one who would un flinchingly uphold and defend every in terest of the Tenth Congressional District. Mr. Harri is a man who thinks for him self and dares to do right a man of hon est convictions, add the mail to maintain then. 'Energetic, progressive and talent ed, he will add luster to the fair name of Tenneseee. .ach, in his cringin", apologetic reply, failing' most piteously to answer the ar raignment of himself and narty, cried, ' Qaarter," and subsided. It is painful to see so nice a man as Mr. Taylor in such a bad crowd. Fayette will join hands with Tipton and Hardeman and bring np a solid front for Shelbv and Harris. l.V WEMOiqiw, Hiss Annie Uillespie, Who dlcdnn tin 23th of September. 1881, and wss buried in Calvary Cemetery on the day following, was the ltlnl o a wide circle of relatives and oc qnaintanoes who admired her fir her frererunity, her sweet unfe tixbnuFS, her kindness and peneral nnblenc." of rhnractor. She wus a young woman of rare gifts and lived only to do good. She was constant iu attendance upon her duties and al ways bad a cheerful word and ready sympathy for the net and unfortunate. Taken as she was in the midst of hnr uaefulnoss, her doith is tlt b al wo Knew her as a bereavement to whtth tliey tan not reconcile themmlve. But they bow with resignation to Uis will, without Whose con ?e:.t not even a sparrow falls, and while monrn ln her loss confess to tbe sweet consolations of her 'life, a memory that is full of all xood (traces and tender recollections, iler food works remain to testify of her. A. C. K. a tla nlcun t'haeb. Buried at Klmwood Cemetery, after a brief ill ness, en the morning of September 2i, IHSt, Ella Fulton Chzkk. , 'f hiif ?'J;mry announces the last of a beauti ful life in this world, llunng her short pilgr m aselier character wa an abiding desire to reflect the true responsibility of life. Ever striving to serve, by example, the better and truer purposes of existence which tar daily efforts reflected and her acts made real. Kind and thoughtful all, she leaves in the memory of friends a fond ree rll?ot;ar; of a rereroua and charitable inter course while among tbeni.' In this -world cl many etres we are presented with strange prob lems, and in our efforts u solve t'-etn, various impressions lineer win thoje whom in every day lite-we are (nought in contact. To earn approval is a lest of proper living and thinking, and ina're it better lor their day so to have lived. It was in this particular that ths life of our friend emi nently illustrated suon motives, which eoc'ina ojly iwayeti her u;esircs andtyi&p&rkiea a,en ui vie iast'siH honrs' of suffering 1'ne protect oi str d against fhe oloce of such a life weakens tl,e f it L. and hope tbat should reactjlieyond tha wrave. unlike ihu b.er Christian fortitude re newed tua t, ;scn that ' Karth has no sorrow that lleven oannnt heal"-thus leaving the tweet reflections of Christ's sustaining power, "tiod'a finger touched her and she slept." 0 PENS .No. : RO'i Ah ARCH CHAPTER rER uvo- jf i. .tvy nlorV ions' ' & ill meet in stated eon cation MUJUA1 MUHT. Oct. 13th o clock, for 0i.- Atch of regular monhly business. Visiting companions' lrnteriiuiiy iuvua. hrar,Uf C. W. MOSn H.P. At.c.i: Dccn 0. Tg it sa, betrur Art Classes Miss llislce's School. THE 6tu4o, No. 11 Je;.aiuind Btroet. is bow oiitD to private T'Uiiilg. Clafttey ix Wotd mrvtii(f and jn lr.w Yitd DaHin from m. and lotniel? qniUr Mba Csrrio L-iUyns, nf th OiainuHti Univercity. Oil l'aioting under Air. lr. aS;on Young Men's Hebrew Associat'n THK te ular semi-monthly meeting cf tMs Arsociition i)l take phu-e this (ril,.l)A ) afien oon at i 3 o'clock. A lull attenuirnce is earnestly desired. ily order of the President. UARHV II. SCHLOSS. gecrctary. BlcOmber-Abstraote ITU if Titie, Tax l,iens aid Judgment h.ens. vi ABtsiiKKD toasccr. No. 205 Main Street, MernpiiU. Tolbe iSttieere ani Memlmaofaeainhls l,otlre No. S7 s.lka) " .'"-"IS-room tMs Sl NDAY) evening, at i .." . . .'i''1" moellu for ioitialions), and 8 0 ciocii thi.. ted oinmuuK.'ation!. A large attend, atice is expected.' ' W o;.(tr yf Vbu Lt,Jj $350 rta injo-xri. salary and com. mifdion. to ftotn nstatit bmiBntf m.nur&. fbf tbis City (ui Slate) Agenoy. besponsible com psny. busiue s prett'all a monopoly, rivaling the Telephone, Sloe eash required tor VIVOO ssai'le outfit. (Staple goods. No bonds. For iiartit'ulars address with referenoes, TtlK NA-iiU.NAL-Cy b6t lull street, , York Vttjr. DIED. P0WER8-.Rtnrday, October 11. 154, at 8 o'olock p.m., Mattic T Powfrs, ebild of Frank aad Magiie Towers, aged two years and one month . Funeral will take plaoe from the residence of parent this (SUNDAY) afternoon at S o'clock. Friends of tbe family are Invited. BUTT At Clarkesburg.'W. Va.. Wednesday. Octobers. 188i, Mir.ois Butt, aged th rty Ave years, wife of the late James L. D. Butt. ' VMml will tbm ntxra f-nm nnlat's this fRfj Km DAY) afternoon at S o'clock.' Friends Invited. SMITH At Austin. Ark., in his sixth year. Lot is A. Piiitii, beloved son of B. P. and Loretta K. bmitb. and grandson of Dr. S. A. Pool. St. Louis and Philadelphia papers please copy. Funeral at 9 o'clock this (SUNDAY) morning, from the residence of Dr. S. A. Pool, No. 18 Mel berry street. Friends of tbe family invited. REMBKRT On board steamer Dallas, en route from Central America to New Orleans, on October 10, 184. Thomas R. Kkmrket, eldest son of the late L. C. Kembert, aged thirty-eight years. Funeral will take place from the residence of Foster D. Talley, Trigg avenue, eorner of College avenue, at 3 o'clock this (SUNDAY) -afternoon. Carriages at Hoist's. Friends invited to attend. HAWKS-Faturday. October 11, 1681, at 11:45 a.m.. Little Roiibii IIitifild Hawkb, aged five JFHends of the family are incited to attend his funeral, from the residence of A. Hitifeld and famu,2S t-eoond street, this (SUNDAY) after noon at 3 o'clock. Servioes at the church by the Rev. Ur. Young. Tbe pride of onr household, .The joy of our life. Has left us our threshold " Ne'er again will be rife " ' With warbling from KoBBIK, Oor sweet, darline boy. Bis arrival in Heaven Fills the Aniels with Joy t While we sorely miss his bright little faee. We seem to feel on our cheek fail sweet kiss. Saying, I will prepare for yon all a place. And show you how well 'twas for Rsbbk to go To Ood, as I told you, e'er I left, eg you know 1 FAR IN ADVANCE or ALL COMPETITION ! KREMER'S SELL TOR " : :&7 SO, A Dress Combination of excellent quality and of generous quantity ia short, magniBeent! No house in the city ean duplicate under tl5. 10 yards double-fold rich material and VA yards of Velour Raye all new eolors of the season. KREMER'S Sell popular Dress Goods nnder all competition, AHEAD OX I'aris and Berlin Cloaks, (Jonuiue Seal Skin?, Pure London Dye. The only house in Memphis gelling Seal Skins, London Walking Coats, Beaded and Eraided Jerseys in full assortment. . SEE KREMER'S IMMENSE CLOAK DISPLAY THIS WEFKJ KREMER'S THE BOUSE' FOB SILKS! BLACK SILK DISPLAY THIS WEEK. Come to see onr Silks save money. We guaran tee wear. Our ft "Vtl and t2 50 Ponton Silk. s , Ontll Black Silk ta great, ; , . KBCllkl hiia B.en.U at import eort aud aader. At 810, (12 and 8:5, magnificent Hats and Bon nets. Special display Monday. - 2000 Birds of Paradise (elegant and rich) Feath ers at a uniformly and ridiculously low prioe- UStHEKS make a grand and telling display of substantial and elegant bargains THIS WEEK. PaM LiHItS POll BALE. Q ( ACRES. 4 miles northwest from Horn Lake O J deoot. on M. and T. R.R.. and 2 mil., aa.t of Lakeview, on M. and V. R R.i about 60 acres in cultivation, 20 in timber; 3 sets cabins; price 11(100. About 40 acres, -mile east of Lakeview ; abont 25 acres in cultivation, one good tenant house and orchard: price (500. 120 acres, S mile southwest oi Horn Lake depot, abont 80 acres in cultivation, -iu in t:uDer, good nouses and gin house, nearly new and in rondmnniV! nrirt. tlf.Mk acres, one mile from Wail's depot, M. and V. R.R. ; 250 in cultivation, good ginhonse. plenty of tenant houses, good orchard, running water at all times of year, good land: price 83600 lAOaeres. about 1 mile from fcodora. Miss.; about 30 in cul tivation, 1 f ame hou-e. good orchard : price tr0. 120 acres adjoining above, abont 1 mile from Isa dora, abont cleared, but never cultivated, no bouses, splendid and valuable tin.ber and first- class and poplar flat land: ptioec6i)0. 400 acres. about 4 mites nortn ot bndora aiul 4 mtlee east from Lake Cormorant Station. M. and V. K.R.! about 100 cleared, 3 tena.it bouse , splendid or ebord, about iiO -res of tbe traot in the bottom. ui .mi ii Biraub w .iv vieureu spienoiu rnort ranninr witter all times of m.r; nrii ft9.VMl. 910. acres at Withe Depot, L. and N. R.-R., about 25 cleared, splendid land, first-class ana valuable timber: price Fi.io. Apply to Min'er Parker or A. J. Martin ? .t. corner Madison. nesrCAPITAJ. PRIZE, 975,000 -ca ekfts only S3. Nharrs la prepertlen Louisiana State Lottery Company. " tTs do kmby orrtit flat toe wperviM to. mr ranatmntt at all lh Afmii?y "t Wuiwl fin4(ivli Louitiana Siatt Ziollsrw Onwigisssie and in ptnan managt and eoalrat lis Drnwine, iImhJw. ikl Ld I . . J F. and that th tame an conducted unt) neee and in good faith toward aM rliee kontttv. faimeM and we authorise wttA jfac-sigiUM aueerrwesMabi. Incorporated in 1868 for twenty-five yean by the LeKUsluture for Edneational and Charitable pur poses, with a capital of tt, 000,000, to whieh a re serve fund of over go50,0ii0 has sinoe been added. By an overwhelming popqlar Tula iu franehise was made a part of the Present State Constitntioa. adopted December 2d, A.D. 187s. 1 he only buttery ever voted on and indorsed lu the It never eale$ or po4tponee. It Graatd Slnrle limber Drawl asra take plfu-f menthly. . A aPLKKDID ePPOITCHITT TA WIR A FORTliNK. Tr'NTU OKAS' D DRAWrNG, 0I.AS8 H. IN TriM AflADEMY OF MUSIC NEWT ORLEANS. lUESDAY, Oeiker 14, Ia4 1734 Monthly Drawing. CAPITAL.;lltIZE. 975,000. lOO.OOO Tleketa at Five Dollars Eaele. 1'raetioiiB, In Fifth In proportlnss. LIST OF PRIZES. 1 Capital prise 78,000 1 Capital prise.. 1 Capital prise.. 2S.0H0 10,000 2 Prues of tniO 5 Priaee of 2ti0 10 Prise of 1000 ',, . 20 Prites of 6tt0 100 Paes of 2ft , , , , 300 Prises of 100... ... 500 Prises of SO S 1000 Prises of 2S APPROXIMATION PRIZES. 9 Approximation prises of fT.vt , , , , L Approximation prises of Si1.. Approximation prises ef 3X,i.i,.Jr. 10,000 10,000 20,000 30.000 25,0110 25,000 ,7W) 93 VCI PtUiJ, amoaUnf to..,-,,... tixML) Application for rates to clubs should be mode only to the office of the Company in New Orleans. Fox further information write clearly, giving full addrexs. Make P. O. Money Orders payable and address Registered Letters to SEW OBLEANS NATIONAL BANK. . Sew Orleaaia, Law 1Oojt A L HOTS and ordinary letters by Mail or Express (all snms of (5 ana upward by Express at our expense) to At. A. DtrPHIW, hew Orleaaia, Lav or St. A. Dtf ram, e7 neia Tit., waanina-teai, D. at Weal Henri B.t Meiartii.-TesN " ICBElulEliS Cammlaalenerm. or Lir-i V .ti 1 MEMPHIS. URAND OPENING OP FILL MULiI-IJrEIlY At the request ef many of onr friends who, en aoreunt of the extreme beat ot laA Thursday were unable to attend our opening, we will EX. iIIBIX our FKEXC1I PATTERN BOXXET8 HVeUiOaT, OCrOBKJt Ik. ' ."''"'' ' a".-.-...,,.-,,,",, "1 ii' ...ii. 1' ' ' t ' v . ... : "- "''' -w.'-t..,m - .... .. Vfe haTe reeeiTd, and will place upon exhibition MONDAY HORNING. Oct. 13th, many Ho velties in JLaiies' Shifts I . In Flush, Broeade Telret and Black and Colored Silk. We have . . T AILOR-MAI)B SUITS ! In all the New Shades found in imported Tricot and Cheriot Cloths. We hare also a Most Elegant Line ol PARIS and BERLIN Seal-Plush Newmarkets Seal-Plush Sacques, REAL SEAL-SKIN SACQUES. K9"Onr line of Misses' and Cliildren,s Silk and Worsted Dresses, Cloaks, Ha-relooks, Oas sooks, Newmarkets and Russian Circulars exoeeds anything; of the kind ever shown In. this city. Onr Goods are all New and Prices Below all Competition. - . - . .,.,.;',. ,., ! B. L o wen stein List of Congressional Speakings or The Ho. JAMES If. HARRIS will address the voters of the Tenth Oongreesional District at lu lollowlng piaeea ana limes; Hardeaaaa fowatw. Whiteville, Monday, Oct. 13th. at 1 o'eleek. Toons, Tuerday, Oct. Hth. at 1 o'clock, iMiiiisr, nuDHr, un. AOfca, i o aims, Grand Jnnotion 1 hursday. Oct. 10th, 1 o'oiook.. it net, irnday. Oct 17th, a( 1 o clocg. Poeahonus, Saturday, Oct 18th, atl o'clock. --Hsi J Ilia. 0..yr-t-Wm.J B x . Ouuiiulltwvi C. A. STAINBACK, Chairman. S. W. Baptist, SeereUrH. aw The Hon. Zaeharr Taylor will meet tha Hon. J. M. Harriaat each of the above appoint. menu, commencing uotooer tn. By order W. J. SMITH. . Ropnbllcan Congresiional Committee. Hrs. LOU FITTSV CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC, MEMPHIS. tEH BLOCK. VIXTH TEAK OPES1 OCTOBEB 1. '81. A former pupil of Cakltli PirgiaiLga, ef Boston, FEKDI.XAJID HUXU, Director of the Cologne Conservatory of If oaie, Germany t and CABL BEIIECKE, i t' ' Director of the Leipsie Conservatory of Huiie. nor. CABL DOBSTBsK, s f Leipsie, Teacher of Vocalisation ef Languages. . KISS OB4CE LLEWELLIB, Teaeherof Bloeution. aa.'Piano Teachers who will call at the Residenee for ths Accommodation of their Patrons i Mm Miirsn Haicxab, Miu Ahka Hall, Miaa Loums Smrawicg, Hrss Maooib Kin, Mrs. FITTS ean be eensulted daily, at B. Wlta mann's from 10 to 12 o'clock a.m. L., N. 0. ANDT. llailwajr. flOMMENCINCl Sunday, October 12th, the pas eenger trains of this company will leave the Mississippi and Tennessee Railroad passenger depot, and tickets will be wn sale at their ticket office. J. 8. DAVANT. O. V. and T. Agent. GOLD BEDAL, r A 11113, 187 . " BAKER'S Brealfasrcocca. Warranted aeeafntefy pttrr Coeoa, from which tbe exeese ef Oil baa been removed. It has three tkmt Me ewwsstn pf Coi-on ralxud with Btarch, Arrowroot or Huirr, and Is therefore mr more ooouuiui- -eat. It ts dellcioua, nourl.bing. etrengtbenlntr, eaallv' digested, and admirably adapted for Invalids aa well as for persona In health. Bold by Grocers everywhere, t f, BAKER CO., Dorchester, Mass. CHANCERY SA DEAL ESTATE, No. 5277. R. Chanoery Court ef Shelby eennty J. H. Malone, administrator, eto., of John 0. riser, deceased, ts. W. A. Johnson et al. BT virtue of an interlocutory decree for sale en tered in the above cause on the 21st day ef July, 1HS4, at. B. 44. page 2SW.I will sell, at public auction, to the highest bidder, in front of the Clerk and Master s office, courthouse of Shelby county, Memphis, Tenn , on Hatarttay, Hevember IS, 1M4, within legal hours, the following described, prop erty, situated in Shelby couuty, Tenn., tQ-witl - Lots one, three, four, Ave and six, lying In range 8. section 2. of the Eleventh Surveyor's Dis trict, west if tbe' Soloiuun llosell tract and be tween the Piseon Roost road and tbe Memphis and Ohnrlttton railroad, near GUI's c-tatton, the said lota having been laid eff April 24. 1872, in mum of Kamfjan'. vs. Bowles. No. 208 R. D. of the reeond Char. cry Court ot Shelby county. Lot' four, Ave and six each front 3.35 chains on said raiir .ad and run back betw-en parall-l lines lUchal B.ei.oh lot containing 3 8S acres, hots one and three each front 4.iH chains on the Pigeon Roost road. No. a running b.ick between parallel lines to lot No. 4. containing S.66 gcres? and e. 1 runs back between paraju; i;nes to lot . o, end contains 5J3 aeres Terms o' SaleOn a ored t of seven (7) months, purchas-r to execute note with eeoor tyj lien re tained and iedem.tion barred.. Ts October 11, R. .1. RLACK. Tut.., -.. :. : o v jkw Finn. J. P. HOLST & BRO. (Snoeesaors to 0. H. Hoist A Bra.) 1 "mm Funeral Directors, 830 MAIN STREET, MEMPHIS. A FULL and complete stoek of Wood and Me tallic Cases andCaskeU, Cloth-Covered Cai, kets and Burial Robes always an bard Orders by telegraph promptly IjJTtfl YOUNG & BROTHER, Booksellers and Stationers, 24SMain Street, MempWs4 Teas. SCHOOL EOOKSl ffiW. oity aad private schools.. MEDICAL BOOKS 1 itlh im (.- t. r. v - sreir aale by J. W. VK4iaM.l ek V TI aael 410 Wmtm ., etmnw,atT)am BEAUREGARD'S MILITARY OPERATIONS IK THK COXFEBEBAT STATES, Sl-65, SOLD BY SUBSCRIPTION ONLV. J. IL. Frellgh, PubllBhera Agent FOR 8HELBT COUNTT, TENN., Is now personally canvassing the elty, but as It will take months to do so, and some may wish ta place their orders earlier than In regular sequence they may be reached, he will give PROMPT AT TENTION to all letters in reference thereto, ad- im.mS tt. ii i. .1 '. 11 1:.. . . W 1 1. T 7, . . ........ .Lrni. jriouipuip. "-Jioone authorised to receive subscription In my district but myself. FRESCO PAINTING 1 Contractors and exeeutors tjf fresee PalnUng la the New Qayot UTtl Sd Paabodj' Dialng roor)), aav ieveil private residences ia the eity, will furnish designs, an application, for all kinds ot Frescoing in all the modern aad ancle tt styles. Address or 01) at STUKLA'S Kuropeea Hotel, corner Main and Qayoso streets. Memphis, Teen. 1. 31. NT AN LE Y, (S accessor to H. A. Tioga) FIJXERAL DIRECTOR, a ,rSP awpaile,Teimi A FULL atook of Wooden and MeUllle Oases -CA. and Caskets. Burial Robes, etc.. always oa Band. Orders by 1 ly attended to, xoiecrapn or giepnone prompt- Carriage and Hardware Company. Wholesale DealeFS AND MMDFACTDRERS OF Harness - And Everything Pertaining to That Line. - sssmaesael sssyaair wltk Usa aaen flnat I weaM rsapeeSfsslly aakt aar eM larrosu ta estll aael smm aae. I hanjast vwtairmasl rretaa aaoa K. I puel taaaad larre staek. ciarefally aeleetad asaej naltael la tka traelel Bare aa laasr kgtowi ww wm sssswm ssss as sacs IB a BAB 1st tats rn.rn.in imuiiei IB THE BOVTBT, wkleh will ma la tha lamsl ky lar THOe, H. lLirjI, 1 . ' ill ma. . slll.x, Jr., J EIOH'D. H. ALLEN & CO.. daijeers & comnssioii riERcnAirrs, ax and. 88 Broad COTTOlf FACTORS. MEMPHIS. TIIE STORE OF THE SOUTH WntVS ZELLWER&CO. Leaders inFine Boots 4--800 M:AII8' street, . Cormer Alter. OsioalU) Peabe4 BTaaoI. wrerara irem a arena rrenqit KxaeateaU We refund money for floods returnee in goad condition. awaiaIoeTiiea audi rrloeUt will Be Bant Free ea mpplU " , eat ton. -v sssseewa WHOIaESAIoE h M, lotions, Soiling 6ENTLBllN'S7UEia.G GOODS Nos. 328-328 Main Street Uemplils. Tenn. WB ARB IN DAILY RKCZIPT OF DESIRABLE r A 1.1. ABPIMTBB 3eatMi we offer to the trade upon the moat favorable terms. Our vrioes will compare favorably cf any nartc-tln theVnlto St.fs. H.Hsl indnements to Cash BnyerV. !kMMIA ehofield Gottoa Presses! GIEETT COHOi GIS. Call and examine, or send Orgrill Brotliera- cb Co Hi 09. 31Q313 Front Street- MomPhti, Tenn. ESTABLISHED 1862.1 Creorge Arnold. W. A. ETerman, IiorrnKO Belarl. ISC. MMI & m. W UOXsZISAXaZI QROOERS, OQTTON PACERS ABB DC1UU IB" Railroad and lievee aav ua rem I attaauoa Bleea te Itao parekaaa aael aala f aejeas aat la ea-ltoe, mn4 tl"1 rmntt Advaneea aa fetUetm mr atker1aalrasawe.- We Ao Gage Co. COTTON No, 300 Front street, Memphis, Tenm ALls COITON INSURED. Jfos. 75-77-70-S1-83-85 Taitee street, N. W. SPEERS, Jr., PROPRIETOR. aBwaaaBBBaaaaaaAaaaaaB The LARGEST and ONLY COMPLETE GIN In the city. The Rest Sample and Yield Onaranteed. J. C. BKKLT. a. n. lUoesOIXB. trjm. H. BBBB.T. Brooks, Meeiv & Co. VHOT.ES A T.-R GROCERS, COTTOK FAGTOQS AXD COMMISSION MIClIANTa, ' If o. 3C7 Front street : : Hfiimhl. Tenn. 1. MwCADDEJI. W. r. IMJMATABT. FeMcOADBBET C GltOCEKSfiCOTTOI, I? ' Wo. C30-2-3 ITrcr-t Ctreit, Z Bros. Saddlerv IjaBSsKBT WHuLUALI BABs)U AMI MFWSxy af. FKROraioa. IOH. nu AI.I.EW, Jr., . . sua as i a.s.a.a..i, j 7- - Street, No 'oris., 3H cb O fzSlioes !. i WHICH with those ALK. for prices before buying. Contractor!. Supplies. FACTORS, SACKS FURNISHED. '