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CHARLES N. ERICH,
DirMt la porter of
FRENCH AND AMERICAN CHINA,
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Wood & Willow-War (
Bar Fiirtarea, Mirrors, ete.
Quadniiile-iilated Knlres, Cutontta,
Hotel and faleauiooet Dm,
MEMPHIS. TENN, TUESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 14, ,880.
,S IA!I BTBEET. mphia, T.
j It was plainly apparent to all fair
minded people who attended the
aiwaking at the Greenlaw opera house
last night, that the Don. 8. F. Wilson
is the peoples' candidate. lie had
the crowd, as was evinced by the long
and enthauastio applause he reoeived
i when he ascended the speaker's stand,
and the tame, indeed weak reception
; ven to the lion. John V. Wright
Dir. Wilson improves unon acmmint-
lanoe, and makes friends everywhere
; he goes. Indeed it is pointedly stated
I by those who have been with him
1 recently, that he wins the hearts and
good will of all with whom he comes
in contact. Tho statement that he is
i losing ground eaoh day, as is venti-
lated by newspipers in opposition to
him, is merely a weak invention of the
s enemy, and the lion. S. F. Wilson will
; - 3 i . i
i carry me uay in mumpn wnea eleo-
i l : : - i- .1 .i i i
biuu uiiio uuujcs. uu me uiuer nana
i Judge Wright is not the kind of
!; a candidate to wear well. lie tolls a
I good joke with neatness, even though
it may not be a nice one, and he gets
I off a good many that are rot. lie says
I in his speech he is very brave and is
i not afraid of any man who wears hair.
He talks soundly about bolters, sings
,ij about repudiators and gets off many
. , things of an illogical dosoription which
appears to please the end men among
liis supporters. The attendance at
' the opera house last night was esti
;! mated at from five to eight hundred
; people, and the larger share were evi
vJ(dontly for low taxes and the peoples'
: " candidate, 8. F. Wilson. So it is
almost everywhere the several candi
dates have appeared, Judge Wright
seems to be on his muscle and the
Hon. Mr. Wilson relies upon brains
and sound argument
JOIST UlSi LNSION.
Three Candidate Tor Governor
Diacmts the lfutue.
Between five and six hundred peo
ple were present at the Greenlaw
opora house last night. It wag a rep
resentative meeting, people of all
classes and'partics being present.
Whon' the Hon. 8. F. Wilson made
his appearance upon the stage he was
greeted with deafening applause,
which lasted fully three minutes. It
was the grandest ovation given any
candidate by a Memphis audience for
The high ta candidate was also ap
plauded, but very .faintly as compared
with the applause of his opponent.
Judge IWright opened, and in a
speech of an hour and a half half
an hour over the time agreed upon by
the committee pursued much the
eauio line of argument as that made in
a spoeoh on the bluff some weeks ago.
He did not tell his usual number of
anecdotes. He viewed tho bolting
convention as a oontcmptible affair,
expressing it as his opinion
that there would bo small glory
ia defeating Wilson and Edwards.
He could look any man in the eye that
wore hiir and wasn't afraid to look
bis opponent's in the face. All men
who advocated Wilson's principles
were demagogues tod dishonest. Wil
son says poor people pay all the taxes
when he knew a man owning a thou
sand dollars'or less was exempt. "Will
Tennessee ever throw upon her fair
fame the stain of dishonesty 7". were
the words of the old whig governor,
James C. Jones. After arguing that
the dobt was the state's and
not the railroad's he went on to
give a bketch of Mr. Wilson's political
career, charging that be had voted
against submission to the poople, coa
eluding by making an appeal to all
good citizens to show these "bolters,"
'disorganizes"" and "repudiators"
that the credit of the state must be
opened by saying he was not there to
discuss a question of personal bravery
and as to whether he or,Judge Wright
wereafraidof "any man who wore hair"
as tho audience cared nothing about
that exoept in so far as it showed
character. The bcUing convention
was no contomptible kuW, lor if the
majority of the delegates hii obeyed
their instructions, tho question of the
settlement of the state debt would
not have been attempted to be
provided for by the politicians
who nominatod Wright, nis plat
form was framed by a number of
minent railroad lawyers who wore
not fit to frame any set of principles
for the masses. The wholo purpose
was to interpose some powor botwecn
the people and their liberty, no
would prove that if he was a dema
gogue he was the most remarkable
Hpecimon of that genus homo they
bad ever seen. As to his policy being
a dishonest one, he had to say that if
he took tho position of Wright, that
ibe state owed the debt and was able
to rsy it, it'would have been diahon
nty to higgle abouta compromise He
took the position that the state did
not owe the railroad bonds, and ought
not to pay them, but as she owed for
the Hermitage and tu.mpik.en 90 ao
"uowiien,.. uB-jmVO Dnrmwr tu'o
other day, wti0n that ccntloniati was
closfited will, liva in Indiatiapnlis, a
count of possessing'them,- was in favor
of paying those bonds in full: It was
never expected that the peo
ple would be called oiv to
pay the railroad bonds as the
law plaiuly provides that the railroads
shall pay tho interest, and set aside a
sinking fund to liquidate the princi
pal. He had always voted for sub
mitting this question to the people.
He had no concealments to make and
no anecdotes to tell, and if his reason
was not convincing, wauted no votes.
The speeches of both candidates were
much fuller than has been reported,
but gpaco will not allow a further re
port Col. R. M. Edwards also made
a short speech, in which he urged the
invalidity of the railroad bonds, aud
the danger of taking the reigns of
government out of the hands of the
Aliuont Noild for Wilson.
EnthiiKiaNtle Reception at Cov
Covington, Tipton Co., Ton., )
September 12th, 1880. f
Special Corr. Lidokb. .
It is Sunday, and the candidates are
taking a rest that is, they are not
doing any publio speaking, though
each ot them is bard at work talking
ovoNmatters with their respective
friends. The indications are that we
will have a fat time to morrow, as
this is a regular Wilson stronghold
and the town crowd arc sore over it.
Judge Wright's "bolting" argument
will probably be left out to-morrow,
as his own party did the "bolting" in
tho county a few days ago when they
discovered the Wilson men wero in
the majority overwhelmingly so, and
you know when the town crowd can't
even manipulate a convention, their
cake is dough.
In tho first rlaoo the town crowd is
not so solid this time not by over
half. Then tho peopla are cheered
and encouraged by the rousing news
of tho victories all along the line, and
particularly by that of yesterday in
Lauderdale county. They are glori
ously happy and confident of sucoess.
II. R. Bate, a prominent lawyer
here gives it as his opinion that Tip
ton will go for Wilson by a handsome
Mr. Harris, a large farmer and
influential citizen of tho county, is en
thusiastic for Wilson, and has threat
ened to make a canvass of the county
for him. He has invited the Wright
fellows to select their most powerful
leader here and agree with him upon
a joint list of county appointments,
but the railroad advocates can't see
Dozens of people have been inter
viewed by your correspondent. Of
these, many wero state credit men,
who "did not take much interest in
politics of late." The balance were
either neutral yot, republican, green-
backer, or low tax, and from their
statements, after careful considera
tion, your correspondent is of the
opinion that of the 2,000 democratic!
votes this county easts, 2,000 of them
will go for Wilson. He will get the
entire greenback vote, and as at least
20 par cent of the republicans in this
county are "bw ttx," he will prob
ably fall heir to them. The full re
publican vote is 1,200.
. The people's candidate represents
the true principles of (be great demo
cratic party, is tho champion of the
rights and liberties of the people, and
he is "no slouch." Wilson will make
a clean sweep of all the counties I
have passed through frinca Jcnying
Memphis a week ago, but two, and in
(Lose two be will give the railroad
candidate the roughest kind of a
tussle they im Crookett add Gibson.
He has made a profound impression
everywhere, and so plain and simple
is his argument that after the debates
are over at each place, knots of plain
oountrymen, who know nothing of the
intricacies of tho law, can bo heard
following bis line of thought almost
Edward is expected hero to-mor
Tho debate between Wilson and
Wright took placo this Monday morn
ing on the publio square. Wright's
anecdotes, for onco, fell still born, but
the grand argument of Wilson in favor
of the liberty of the people awoke in
tense enthusiasm. Mr. Wilson was
visited during his stay by hundreds
of poople, including the staunehest
citizens of the county, who promise
him an ovorwhclmipg majority. At
the dopot he was surrounded by an
enthusiastio crowd of people anxious
to get pne glimpse of their next gov
The Knights Templar are to hold a
oonclave at their asylum to-night, to
consider the invitation to participate
in the demonstration of thanksgiving
here next week, when tho grout jubi
lee comes off,
in pyramid, was a good thing to
reopies candidate on a
Grand Ovation at Ripley.
Spocial Corr. Liccwir.)
Ripley, Lauderdale Co., Tenn.,
September, 11, 18-iO.
aoouc six Hundred people were
present at the court room to-dav. and
such a grand triumph of reason and
noblo ideas over bluster and coarse
wit haft rarHlv heon tvitniwarwl Tt v..
a glorious victory for the liberty of
lennessee over tne monstrous mass ol
corruption and fraud with which
it has becn well nigh strangled.
J udge Wright opened, and in a speech
of an hour and a half ran over the
usual calendar ot anecdotes and in-
Hut for once he was mistaken in his
audience. It was Kntnntnv the
farmers day for Koine to town, and
that class, all notoriously Wilson men
were in tho majority. The town crowd
noi u oiuviuueu iu b oouy arouna inc
rostrum and never lost an opportunity
to yell. They found plenty to inter-
3t them and makn tiietn Iniiirh in bin
lunny yarns, but thoy couldn t see .the
points in his arguments.
MR. WILSON 8
argument to-day, though much the
same, as a wnole, t&at urged all along,
was unnmlallv hrilliant knth in Innin
and delivery. J udge Wright had re
peated a passage from Deuteronomy,
urging that when a man takes a new
wife ha shall be exempt from war and
business one year, advising Mr. Wil
son to go home and care for his new
wife. Vnu nmdn me Inova hor " an.
swered Mr. Wilson, "to keen' vnu
rom saddliiiff a vast. fr:ml imnn ill..
people, and now you wish me to re
turn. No sir! Alvwifnis nntrint
She exhorted mo to go from her and
BATTLE OK LIBERTY:
battle with all the strength of my
soul for the right of the peoplo, and
never to return to her until I came
triumnhant at tlw.ir ),nl,l K..;
proudly aloft a banner upon which
victory was inscribed!" U rofound
i In reply to Wright's ohargo that
Savage's county got a lot of these
bonds, llson said the railroads got
them, and not tho people.
Mr. ilflon WAX o si-oil ln.,l.m no
J udge "Wright if tho people were to get
togetner ana instruct him to do this or
that thinCTtohim dishnnoot nr rnnnloSua
would he do it; and his answer drow'
lortn a round ot applause that rung
to the echo. "No, said he. "but I
WQllld An Piacflv What Mm rlnrr,n,..,t;
party teaches I ought to do in such a
case. 1 would step down and out.
and let somebody elsn rarrv nut th
command my private convictions would
not permit my doing.
Mr. Wilson in nmwtno mnva oimvAc.
. .. ...m ..p.vnlB nmna-
sive every day in his argument, admin
istering the most scathing rebukes to
of Lauderdale county can be no longer
uisputflQ. Hundreds who wore on the
fence have become ardent Wilson
men Bince hearing the disousaion.
Whiln taking n ctrull ih'ta
heard an old follow say, "Boys, that
fellow Wilson ain't no slouch. The
way ho did Rkin the old Jedge was
shameful. The old fellow put on his
glasses at fust, but he tuk 'cm off
when Wilson hcpiin nnrl bia pdab oni
big as moons.
Mr. llannon, deputy register, said
that only organization was needed to
make the oounty solid for Wilson."
Mr. T. A. Roy, an influential citi
zen of the western part of tho county,
said he knew only two Wright men in
his part of the county. '
Dr. W. M.Oudger, greenbaukerand
ex-whig, said tho Edwards men had
no hope of success and would go solid
lor Wilson. A low-tax democratic
cliib has been formed hero, and a little
circular has been intrjduocd.in the
interest ot the people's candidate.
The county enst Tl'.IMI itnumili
vofes, ajjd at least 1200 will go for
Wilson. This can he relinrl on a n
close estimate, which has been arrived
at by a carctul canvass ot the public
sentiment. Tut Lauderdale Obion
Dver and WpakW pnnntieu Anwn for
VV ibinnr niQl'orit.v nnf lnoa flmn UIIO in
either. Some tou?h work will be done
in irocKGtt ana uiDsnn counties.
London. Suotombcr M. Snraklnor of
the strike at Accrington, the Tiincs says:
l lye tbyusand weavers will iiiune iinttily
be hfll.'oted, and the spinners must soon
stop also. If tuo musters rwolve o pieet
the strikes by a lookout throughout north
and northeast Lnnciuhinv or run onlr
til iff "ays per woek, as is probable, one
hundred tho-nd operatives will bo af-
(ociuu. iv ib uiiuiirstQofl ingt siinuiiano-
isly with tha issue of notices for the
strike the Lancashire masters will reduce
wanes fifteen per cont in all districts con.
tribtiting to the support of the striken,
and devoto tho fund thus created to sup
port the niastcrs in Accrington whose
hand are brought out by the wage com
mittee." It id understood that Dean Stanley will
pay a final visit to the United Status in
1881 in company with Thomas Hnghns,
Tha visit will be of a special character
for the purpwu of investigating thechurch
The prince and princess of Wale and
their children attended, last night, the
performance of the American minstrels
at Hor Majesty's theater, and enjoyed the
Tho new finance mi nutor of Russia, Mr.
Buingc, is said to havo found finances to
disorganized and encrusted with defalca
tions that General Mcliko(T has advised
time upon ms rcoeljit or the latnl mnrl.ll Aaiian in .'. " .
quotations. I'.rtirs tracing are at n. 3,1., ... "'r lr JefTersoo;
or axpensa for telegrams One eoinl P!l!L.nn?5 II A R H"1 rT OTTTnma -t .
the czar to appoint a commistion to invea.
ticate that department. It is believed the
recommendation will be adopted, but the
result will not bo made public. Tho com
mission will probable ait privntuly and
submit the result to the czar, who will
dismiss tho worst offenders.
The substance supposed to 'k dynamite
found on tho Northwestern railroad, was
near but not under the rails.
Capktow.v, SepUmber 14. The pre-
mior or the Capo government, without
escort, has interviewed tho Buuto chiefs.
There is fair hope of a peaceful settlement
except in the case of Chief Masupa. Sev
eral rebellious ehiefs have expressed peni
tence. Taris, September 14. All religious
congregations havo signed a compromise
iiuviiABRST, September 14. The ap
proval of th chambers is now only requi
site for the settlement of the succession to
the throne of Kouaiania on Prince Fer
St. 1'itTitRSBirRo, September 14. The
reported defeat of a portion of the Rus
sian force by Turcomans is untrue.
Symptoms of the Siberian plague have
appoarcd amongst tho people of a village
Lonpo.v, September 14. A correspon
lent at Raguta says it is almost iniHM
ible to get authentic news from the Scu
tari district, us censorship is exercise1.
The fact ought not to be blinked that
Turkoy is absolutely resolved to oppose
to the last the cession of Kpiru and Thes
saly to Greece.
Tha Messenger D'Athens says: The
minister of war has opened a new credit
Of 1,800,000 fiancs fur "war materia), and
the minibter of the marine his ordered
ten Krupp cannons for gunboats.
It is definitely known that Risa Pasha,
Turkish commander, has r:gitivo orders
to resist the Montenegrin occupation of
Dulcigno.thoucrh at the same timo it is left
entirely to his discretion whether to pn
vent the Albanians from interfering. He
has halted his force where it cannot be of
tha slightest use, while simultaneously the
Albanian voluntocrs are flocking throiurh
Scutari for Tu.i. Five thousand arc al
ready there, of whom 3000 are reported to
be Turkish regulars.
It is not po.itivoly known that tho Brit
ish admiral, Seymore, has positivo orders
not to disembark his men.
There is considerable excitement in
Dulcigno among the Albanian Mohamcd
ans. A vessel will shortly bo sent as a refiur
lor families for both Christians and Mo-
hamodan inhabitants who are hemmed in
between tho Albanians and Montene
UmBKC, September 14. A pastoral let
ter from the archbishop was received in
Basiliu yesterday, deploriiic the contin
ued emigration from this province to the
United States, and appealing to the neiie-
rsity, charity and patriotism of the peo
ple to take steps to chock this movoment
The IHuiue Election.
Portland, September 44. Returns
from '207 towns give Davis 43.477: Plaisted.
41,83i; scattering, 220; total, 85,534. The
same towns last year gave Davis 41,394,
Smith 20,8510, (Jareelon 12,803, scattering
Hll; trtal, 81,248. Davis' majority is 1420.
against 1540 in the same towns last voar
The towns to hear from gave Davis
27,719, Smith and tiarcelon 20,121, being
a fusion majority of 2412. The airgreirate
vote received has increased about 6 per
cent, which indicates an aggregate of 140,.
aw. As each vote has increased Vim
tho same, tho republicans should have
72,000; fusinmsts, 73,500; prohibitionists
and scattering, 600 a fusion plurality nl
1000 and majority of 50!). The Fourth
and Fifth congressional districts are fu
sion, ine r Inil. teeond and T un nrp
republican, at before. The republicans
claim the First district by 125. and the
democrat concede It by 05. Cumberland
county is divided. Tho fusion sheriff is
elected, and two republican and two fusion
senators are elected, but the vote is verv
close, and will require an official count
I he legislature will be verv evenlv di
vided in both branches.
At a niectine of the school board
last night a rojiort presented by the
finance committee utated that tho total
iudebtedness to be tl2.974..(W. Thi
resignation of Mr. John II. Collins, af
principal of the high school, was ac
oapted, and the tiosition abolished.
The schools will open the first Mon
day in October.
271 MaINou Ntrrrt.
rpilB fall sesrinn
X Beiiteuibor UOib.
Turiiia, , anil 16
MKS. K. II. AR-OIIR.
TTAVINO been unpointed by the court sd
N II Williams, 1 horrliy nolily nil
x x miii.'irator ni me roecu ri tne li
Hects cf the late Mrf.
uoiuing any oi sniu enecntolurn the mine
"Vr to me at once, und all rartles indebted
holding any ol snid elfeclstolurn tliennic
Heels will at once file si me, properly
J tk DILLAKI, Adm r.
U lent, Alt T
J. . BAILEY.
Plnmbrr, dan mill Kleniu llflrr,
Mo. SUAHrrond Mirrcl, Memphlw.
T)ARTEH havinff sewer cinnn.linn. Ia
JL make will find it to their intenut to aire
him a call. All work (usraniccd. I T3
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Bay, Feed and Grain
PLASTER and FIRE BRICK,
182 MAIN STREET.
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
French Millinery, Human Hair
AND FANCY GOODS.
New Goods are rweive, ai ,noa as Intro
duced. For styles and vrioas no other house
eao inrpui at in anytbini-.
NOTK M Lm. I. .!. T.Ji... T.
li.UIDI i n-
Tonte, tin returned and will be hspur to wait
on au ner rustamer.
QOO IVTciiii Qtroot.
OUOIw GOODS ARRIVING 1
PRICES LOWER than EVER
Best Goofis for tie Least Money !
Our Summer Goods at LESS than Cost.
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221 MAIS STREET.
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Madison street, at V.-i o'clock p.m. At this
niMlln. nn..liuirAr,k. f... J. n. I 1 :,
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hm. .Iililirtatinna k.... 1 I L. j
and will be paid to those olferirg the largot
lannunt Kin. a sill h. in. A - a.
limiuents for dues and interest unpaid at the
hour of raeotinir.
By order of the Board.
A. M. MVfcRMORK, President.
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us aw atui VII 'I. IUOJ UOtiire
7 r uum iv lUil iU t p.m., ana
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Nnrtion Rubber. ( Intin mil
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mwA number of choice slo Tot. reniil.n.M
offices and sleepinr rooms for rent.
Valuable oily and country property for sal..
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GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
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or Hamburg. (,..
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Produce and Commission Merchants,
REMOVED to 232 MAIN.
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Union, Memphis, Tennessee.
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