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mi lootss Shoes No. 261 Main Street (brabrit-i Wd Stand), WEWPms, i i TENN. retohllstintl IOn -oiauiidi.cu iou GEORGE ARNOLD & CO., WHOLESALE GROCERS Cotton Factors, And General Commission Merchants, 272 FRONT ST., Memphis, Tenn. Railroad ai Lera (Motors' Silk tsrWe will give cn'eful attention to the Purchase an J Sale of Ooodi Bot In our line. nd Will make liberal tasn Advance, on uolton or JOHN 1. MlLUUKN, President. LOUH HANAUEK. Vlce-PresldeDt. THOMAS h. RISK, Superintendent. C. W. EDMONDS, 6eoretary and Treasurer. MILBURN IRON WORKS, MuDufaHureri or Steam Engines. Horse AND Oil Mill Machinery, Ai1 alt kinda or Iron and Itrnsm ('mating". Fenee stud Ilouae i'rODtn, Agrirultural, flnntation, steamboat, Uailruud and Mill Work. Nos. 1, 3, 5 and 7 Front St , cor. Auction, Memphis, Tenn 0 We are thoroughly equipped to do All Work pertaining to the Foundry and Machine fihop Business 1 104 JOHN 8. TOOF. K. L. McUOWAN. Busby, Toof Wholesale Grocers IN"o. Q74 TV. G. FATTE30N, Cotton Salesman. rHandling of COTTON a specialty i. T. I PR4.DE, Late of Star Landing, Miss. W. It. HOOK, Late with Lemmon 4 Gale EL M. FERGUSON, with La PRADE & MOON, - Haunftictitrera of Saddles, Harness and Collars, .-And Dealer fa- SADDLERY, HARDWARE and LEATHER No3. 301-303 Main Street, Memphis, Tenn. Saw MM! JOHN WHOLES ALB AND Pine, Gyprcss, Oak and tlalnut Latlis, SMngles, Etc- Ulll UpjtGoitc Gas Works, Memphis. tt.1. Htihllnhmant duals in firrt-clais Lumbar and guarantees satiafaotion In all Instan ce". The blue cars run within i,ne-half square HOPKINS MEMPHIS. Millinery Pattern Bonnets, JIats, Caps, Flowers, Feathers & Ribbons. RllHrlcK'", InalMuc.e, Ktinrnuleed 21 W n n n.i. ;-.u ll. U. nUliul Funeral Directors, No. 320 M UN ST., M mnhl, Tenn. A full and oomplntn ttopk of WoimI anrt IIHalii t'aMai intl t'nokrla. 'lth covereil TiiNkel nnt Itnrlnl Hebe! alwayi on band. JrJUffi 'TWwti'i pfousp'.ly ailol. I 7 BIO P JL VOL XIXV. . . . 1-L I- t i i n r n I nu.csiduiisneu tool other consignments. 1 78 John D. Maitaa, Locis niwittia, W. F. Taylor, U. V- HiMPrtl'K, 1. 11. AULBUDN. M. C. PlAKCR. a. b. Hciiam Jama Lii, Jr. Jorh R. Godwin. Powers. Cotton Presses DEN. J. BUSBY. & IcGowan, and Cotton Factors, Front at, MEMPHIS, TENN. Liberal Cafh ad vac eel made on coniignments. 2 W lXXITil Saw Mill! ZBNT, RETAIL DEALER IN of the Mill. HxiiviH CARVER GIN AND iiachine Co. Corner Shelby aid McCall Ste. IVXoxxxialaiaa, I Tonn. -:o:- iMiinufnclurers of Milburn'i Patent Double Holler Eclipse Hulling Gin, Milburn'a Roller Breast Anti-friction Oin, Milburn's Complete Clwuiing Condenser, FlyDU Feeder, Mc Pcrmott and Gimson Cotton Presses. A the best Machinery of the kind built Send for Illustrated Catalogue. 1 78dAw ARTIFICIAL LIMBS. Selpho'i Patent EiUbliahed 1839 MIDI BT WiokettkBradley 73 Broadway, N.Y Bend for pamphlot or address; J. IIAHVEY MATHKS.AB't. in lit T.ailirar Offiiie. Meraphii, Tfnn. i JIAHOFAOTCSRR Of AWNINGS, Tents, Cots, MATTKKMNE8 AMD Ft'KXIlUKE. Ho. 81 Beeoad t. 151tttt43 JIAl ltHE PJIirIHHI, M. . I'bF!c'ii nd Surgeon. Special aUsntion tivon to Surjary and tur Office and Rnndence,73 Heal itreot, Mm- rhi. Tonn. Office hours, 7 to 10 a.m., ' a to fi p.m. OCA AVERY GIN CO. JIAVE IN STOCK THE EaalsEclipse Huller Gia & Feefier Which took the Premium at Atlanta, Oa. Alii) UAVKTIIJS Eaclc IO nd 14-lMch Utiile Feedw nd 'oiider, litry.i F Hler andCondeuwrt lieU C''ltU ' lenr. Noiilheris MiiiHtjird l'r'l. Reaifr U klnia of dias. ppeulal terms to the trade. V . ajajiTIT, Prnvrletor, B MEMPHIS, A friend of Col. Richardson, the lawyer from Dyer county, assures us that he is not a railroad lawyer ex cept as he has brought suits against railroads, and also that he has come to stay. We can commend his judg mcnt in coming to Memphis, but not in running lor the Legislature against the regular Democratic ticket. Casey Young is making a lively canvass, and it is growing spicy and interesting. He spoke yesterday, at White Haven, and last night, at Beale street market and in the Eighth ward, and he will speak to-night at the oourthouso, where a large attend ance of the first and Second ward voters will, do doubt, be in attend ance. Mas. Lillian Koselle Messenger the well known and gilted poetess and literary writer is in the city on a brief visit. After a little rost here she will visit her mother and friends in Little Rock and return to Washington city. where she has resided for some years. Mrs. Messengers husband was an editor and she is an honorary member of the Arkansaw Press Association. Her visits South, as well as her con tributions to the press always afford her friends much pleasure Whenever anything is said about a policy that will prevont a few mo nopolista irom grasping the great bulk of the wealth of this country, and dictating the laws that Congress shall make in their favor, a howl is raised about communism and dividing out. Those who were not known to be millionaires before have the most to say. This recalls the familiar story of the boy running orying down the road. "What's the matter, my son?" inquired a kind hearted gentleman. "My load of hay is turned over," said he. "Well, don't cry; we will go down presently and turn it back all right." "Yes that's all right, is it? but dad's under there; that's the devil of it." It is evident that semebody'a dad is suffer ing for the want of fresh air. Is another part of this paper we say that "Southern Democrat" ap peared in the Avalanche without comment. Looking over the Ava lanche of that date, we discover a brief editorial paragraph, treating the document as though it were genuine, yet facetiously and mockingly excusing "Southern Democrat" as one who have been in the woods for a long time. No intimation was given that the communication was bogus, although it camo out after ward that Mr. Krekel stated that he was not the author and that it was written by a Republican. That doo ument wasusod for oaicpaign purposos all over the North. It was issued as a poster four or fivo feet Ion?, and gleamed from a thousand walls and fences as a genuine expression of Southern sentiment. The author of that production, it is rumored and not denied, is a candidate for the Legisla ture, and is in favor of the four mile ,law in the city, but opposed to it hen among the colored people of the backwoods. Lateneasorthe Ao.aain Fronts The progress of the season, judged by the extension ot the lrost belt southward, is remarkably slow. In Uotober of last year "killing frosts" visited New Hiogland as early as the 5th of tho month, causing great de struction of the crops, and on the Gtl -iff - ' , .i . extcnciea io Virginia, iortn ana South Carolina and Tennessee, with very disastrous effects to tobacoo and 'rait crops. During tho present month, except in the northwest, no killing frosts have been reported, and those which have occurred fell mostly after the 16th inst., north and west ot the Ohio valley. The only very severe frosts so lar reported this month have been those of the 19th inst., in Wis consin,, unless we go further north and into the western plateau regions. The exceptional immunity which the toboooo and cotton growers have enjoyed Irom frost this fall will no doubt enable them, as it will farmers generally, to make the mos'. ot the growing season and considera bly enlarge their crop profits. The lateness of tho present season's frosts is already as noteworthy as was that of the autumn of 1877, when tho Sig nal Service reported that no frost ocourrcd during October at Lynch burg; few it any killing frosta in this State or Ohio, and in somo parts of New Ei gland tho oolor of autumn tillage was late in turning. 1 bis was a very late autumn and was followed by a mild winter, whereas the fall of lbTG carried its killing frosts, with ice, as far south as Georgia and Alabama by Ootober 16, and damaged the to baooo crops io Virginlt Btill earlier in tho same month, and wjh followed by a cold winter. Tho flr-t frosts of October, 1878, in the cotton h'etcs were reported by the bignal iser vice as early 88 the 19th, and the eosu ine winter was generally sevore. In 1875, 1879 and 1880, the me.mdi.te at which autumnal frosts injurious to vegetation reached the cottou and to hacco districts of tho South was Oeto her 1!). It will be seen from thfse. 1 data, therefore, that tho country has so far escaped this fall from the usual severe visitations of frost in the ecu tral. eastern and southern sections Although a delay of these visitations is not always followed by a mild win tcrand early heavy autumn frosts do not always indicato a oold winter, the period of their first ooourrenpe is rightly hold to be significant and of some predictive value. Judging by this test, we may hope to escape a winter of intense rigor. Found Dead hi a Cell. ClSiiNNiTI, November 3. Andrew Mitchell, who was arreted at Mt. Tie ant, a few miles from (fleiplalo, .Monday last, on uisnieion of being cmlly l mur dering A. W . Ross on Ihe Kill ol October, was found dead in his cell this morning. J t is said that the proof ugainst him was yery strong. TENNESSEE, FRIDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 3. 1882. FOREIGN AFFAIRS. Spe'lal Cable to Waiters Associated Praai. London, November 3. When the u e t j- , , m r, :Zr . ... '& nnjuisiiu lur a uwiaraiion oi cloture a two-thirds majority for the baro maiority nmpoaeu oy me government, iUessra. Shaw, Bellingham and Lever, Home Kulera. and fifteen Liberals voted with the Conservatives in favor of the amend ment. 1 he remainder of the Iiome Rulers supported the government. Bkrmk. November 8 Thn statement of the Imperial Bank of Germany shows a decrease in specie of 2,4O,0(iO marks. Dublin, November 8 P. J. Smyth, member of Parliament for Tipperary, a moderate Irih Nationalist, has written a letter defending Lady Florence Dixie, in which he takes the ground that not only members of the Land Leacue. Imt mm. subscribers as well, are entitled to criti cise the disposition mudo of the fund. Komk, .November a The Dirotto edi torially expresses the hope that the Km- pcror'of Austria will soon visit Rune. and says that his reception will be of the most cordial character and no fears of a hostile demonstration will be entertained. 1'arih, .November 8. The revolution ary manifestos posted UD last niclit were of a communistic origin. Explosivo ma terials were discovered in the coal depot and telegraph office at St. Poureaen. Komk, November 3. At the oneninir of urn iiauan rarimmeni mo covernment will be Questioned reenrdinar the nea-otia. tions for a visit of the Empress of Austria London. Novomber 8. The Knclish Cabinet Council, having been suddenly summoned, met to-day. It has not yet transpired what was the purpose of the lasiy meeting. The Kinor of Corea has issued an ediet frankly decTarine that the disorders in his dominion were evidently due to his own maladministration of government affairs, and ordering that the insurgents who lave been captured be released. This step has been taken by the King for the pur pose of assuring the allegiance of his sub jects to himself if the governments of China or Japan should renew their at tempts to annex Corea. i'ARis Novenibar 8. The Voltaire tnva the Ex-Kmpress Euirenie has made her will in favor of tho Prince Victor Nauo- loon. The Dutch government has modiflod its East Indian budget in several respects. Among the changes made are tho lower ing in its estimate of the prico of coffee to twelve cents per half kilogramme, and the increasing of its estimates in the sales of coffee in Holland to 93V.0'.'3 picoles. The Colonial Minister does not partici pate in in the prevailing disquiet concern ing the unfavorable condition of Indian Bnunces, and urges that the government continue to construct railways as hereto fore. Recent measures have had the effect of putting an end to the Aithcin rebellion. Ihe JNetnerlanu lruuing Company has succeeded in getting a new and mutually tavorablo convention tor the purpose of transporting interior produce to its Euro pean connection. Bkri.in, November 8. Exports from Germany have reached the unusually Urge total of 8(i,0iK),000 marks. The National .eitung, of this city, gives pub licity to note, evidently inspired by high est authority, in which it suts forth that nothing in the range ot possibility would shake off England in Egyptian mutters more than Uambetta to powor. TIIEATKIt Ilt'KNED. One Life Lost Several I'crsous Injured. Baltimokk, November 8. A fire at 3 o'clock this morning partially destroyed the building known as tho Arlington Variety Theater, John Pearson, a young man. was burned to death and MissGcor gie Supple, one of tho attaches of the plaeo was seriously hurt by jumping from the roof of the front building. Madame Biesteed, the lessee of tho jilaeo had her ankle sprained in jumping from a window, .lames Kenny, an employee, was badly burned about tho hands and face. Sev eral others were slightly injured. The fire originated on the stage. Destruction of property small. Liverpool Market. Liverpool, November 8. Lard primo W cstern, steady, ti'is lid. Clieene American choice, steady, Oils fid. Com mixed old. steady, 7s !)d. 'Wheat No. 1 white, steady, 8s 7d: winter, new West ern, steady, 8s ud. ADDITIONAL tOTTOX. Receipts of cotton to-day ut New Or leans, 4A'6 bales; at Mobile, 1778 bales; at Galveston, iloHl bales; at Savannah, Oo bales: at Charleston. 4078 bales. Total at six seaports. 25.U78 bales, in cluding 7256 bales at Norfolk. Liverpool, November 3. 3:00 p.m. Cotton steady. Uplands, Cli-lCd; Orloans, 69-Hid. Sales, 12,00:) bales. Rocoipts,18,:0 bales; American, ia,,J. i utures quiet. New York, November 8, 12:29 p.m. Cotton firm and unchanged Ordinary, 7 15-ltlo; good ordinary, 9 8-lSc; low middling, 10 1-1 tie; middling, 10ic; good middling, 10?4c; middling fair, 11 7-lc: fair. 12 3-16c, Futures are uuiet and steadytat4 to 7 puinti above yesterday's closing pricos. New Om.fAKs, November 3. Cotton quiet. Middling, 10Kc Sales to-day, 100 bales. Manohbtkr, Eko., November 3, 8p.m. Yarns and fabrics are easier. OOTTO STATKMEKT. November 3, 182 Stock, September 1, 18'i.. Received to-day. ..-........ 4,207 Reoetred previously........ 82,332- 1,635 M.174 Shlpped to-dav 1 21 Shipped previously... ....,.., 41,470 Uome consumption to date 205 Stock running acoount... .......-........ 42,956 , 45,218 25,0il tM7 iy roars. Keeolpti thai far this 'weak , . Kacoiti thua lar laat week To-day perM. A O. K. K. Io day per M. A T. K. K.............. To-day per L. AN.R.R To-day per M. A L. R. K. R To-day per C, O.'A 8. W. R. K - To-day per ateaiaers. To day per wagona txroaTS, Thai far thla week - ............ Thua lar laat wock ..... To-day par M. A O. R, R To-day par M. A T. K. R To-day par L. A S. R.R To day per 0., O. A 8. W. R. R To-day per iteamers north. ...,.. To-day per steamers utu. .. 1,2" 84'l (00 12 S )2,i;0 mm 2M MVRItl'OOL COTTOS STATEMENT. The Liverpool OAhle to the Cotton Kxi.han go this lureooon announcei the week'a reeiipta ii f co'ion at 8-i.iM) bales; American ........ IW.OOO 1'otal i.nci September lit 4i!,isl Ani-riean 270,inl f-tock on hand 4,ikk1 Ainnrran W.iM Stock afloat asJi.MiO American 172.000 Total week's sales W.0,0 Auicrican 41,000 Clearing; House Report. Clearings. Balances. Friday. Nov i 1WU91 15 Thua far thii waek...l,3Hi,".'l5 50 Same lime latwek.. SIS W.) 7U Same time ju lxhl l.tit-y.M U t 22,178 87 pvi.H-je 79 72.iv.n m The Weather. Washington,.-!). C., November 3. Indications for South Atlantic and I'.ast Uull'Slntes, partly cloudy wenther.oo casional rain, winds nWtlv noitlieiistrely. stationary or higher barometer andlowor temperature, ror the West Oulf Suites, local rains followed by change in we ith-T, winds mostly northerly, nearly stationary temperature and pressure. For Teiineee and Ohio valley, warmer with, fair Weather. Horthlfl4r.f.rl V m-intt. ann.iill Dialling to southerly, stationary or lower pressure, ror me jjiKe region, upper Mississippi and Missouri vallavi, warmor with lair weather, wind mostly souther ly with lower pressure. The rivers . i-umiii stnuuiinrv. Cautionary .signal, continue at Kittle UH lawk and Cae llatteras. AMILAXD, HY. The Funeral After Ihe Batile-A ltelngee Judge. Ashland, Kt., November 8. The buildings are festooned with crepe and all business is suspended. The funeral of the inreo victims or Wednesday's violence took place at 10 o'clock this morning Sir of the wounded mon are not expected to live. The citizens are very indignant aiaiiisi, uoyernor niacitnurn and Judge Brown the latter has fled from the town. At the citizens' meeting last night steps were taken to raiso funds to pay the ex- penats oi me Kineu ana wounded. There is still great excitement. POSTAL CABDM. The Heavy BaalneiM Done In the Memphis I'oHtoilire. Editor Ledocr: Tn alludim od. ltorially a few days ago to the unusual demand for postal cards in the Mem phis postoffiee. yon weTe Dlcased to convey the impression that the mem ber ot CongrefS from this District was in some mysterious manner re sponsible for the tcmnorarilv abort supply. Your allusion by name to ma induced him to send, without comment, your editorial to the Post master General, who to day furnishes the inolosed letter and figures, whioh i am sure your always fair plav spirit will prompt you to publish. The in- formation will doubtless be appre ciated by the public, and feel per suaded that you will, by inserting it in the Ledger, confer a kindness as well on them as on your obedient servant, Wm. U. Moorr. lion. Wm. R. Mooro. Memphis. Tenn My Dear Sir-. In reference to the complaint which you sent mo, undcr cover of the 26th inst., that postal oards could not ba obtained at the Memphis office, I hand you herewith a statement from tha nfTieo nf ibo Third Assistant Postmaster Genera! showing the number t cards sold at that office during the months of April. May, June, July, August, and a part of September,and the number of cards in stock on the 24th of this month. I am very respectfully your obedient servant, T. O. Howe, Postmaster General. Number of one cent cards on hand October 1, 1882, as per postmaster's statement, 157,996. The number of cards sold during April, 1SS2, was 5(1,000; May, 50,3-5; June, 75,000; July, 50,000; Aueust, 50,0(10; par' f Sep tember tiuth to aoth inst), 101,653. Two hundred thousand cards were forwarded to Memphis from the agency on the 24th inst., and probably reached inai ouice three days later. No report from retiring nostmnsliir f.ir first part ol'Septeiuber. Trne Chlvulry TennesiHee's Neil Governor. Gallatin cor. Courier-Journal. Said Mai. Hawisoo vesterdiv to your correspondent : "I will tell you the Bccret ot the people s love for Gen. Bate." lie went on ko say that a few days after returning home at the close of tho war. Gen, Bate found Gallatin in the throes of carpet-bag and scalawag rulo. Even bravo men did not feel safe, the numbers ot the scoundrels were so great and their demeanor so overbearing. Mr. ilaynes, of Sumner county, had sold two mules to the government during the war, and thin claim fell into the hands of one of the Freed man's Bureau gentry, and, true to his instinots, and in order to swindle his government, be inserted the figure 1 before the 2, and brought forward his claim for the payment ot twelve mules. Mrs. Ilaynes had parted with her interest in the claim, and when called as a witno" stated the truth. "YOUU E A D LIAR," said the brute to this estimablo lady. Gon. Bate was present as a spectator, and, standing near the wretch, no sooner had the vrords escaped his lips than he drew bu.:k his fist and literal ly mashed his infamous mouth. Next day the thieves gathered eight or ten others of their gang, and threatened that they would COWHIDE GENERAL BATE. He and several of his friends armed themselves and defied the coardly wretchos who finally slunk away to their kennels like the whippod curs they were. ' This is only one aot of a thousand showing his chivalrous nature. A Tennessee lady was grossly insulted in his presence and he would have smit ten the insulter to the earth it he had known he would die the next momeit This was during the Brownlow and Hawkins rule, while they were striv ing to crush this magnanimous people! Democrats, Fussell men, Greenback ers, you have the two men to choose between. "Under which King, Be zonian?" It is, it must, ba Hawkins or Bite! The hour draws nigh. Choose ye .(his day whom you prefer of tho two candidates. Deal the cor rupt Radical party a blow it will never forget. Strike down on Tuesday next the man and the party who have in sulted and outraged this glorious old State, even as your heroic leader smote to earth the dustard wretch who, through one of Tennessee's daughters, insulted the manhood and womanhood of the Commonwealth. Democracy to. Fiinsell. Na hvllle Cor. (C. K. H.) Courier-Journal I understand that the law officer of the Crown will post on Nov. 8, 1832, the following: NON-RESIDENT NOTICE. Original Attachment ) t'-' Democracy r Tennessee, Da vidson County. Before Richard Roe, J. P. Democracy vs. Jo Fussell ot al. In this caso, it appearing from affidavit ot the plaintiff that defen dants have bolted and absconded, an 1 are indebted to the1' plaintif in the sum of if 15 for damages, and an at tachment having been issued and tho sime levied on onotctnpernnoe banner, badly bedraggled; one pair crutches, marked "60 6 and 100 3. Clarksvillc:" one pair of Radioal pitent soft shell Democrat conducting spurs; a small (turner of the four mile p!ank niasho 1 inti) pulp; tho bung hole of an old b, .rrej inscribed "lUb.rifoo County;" imiThn one empty jug with the neck chawed off: the original draft in Senator Jackson's own handwriting, of the 50-4 lenaer; the hind wheels of the old watermelon cart drawn around tho otate during the campaign by the well itnown and notable spike team; and the original two ver ITavl-in.' "rule." whioh Brother Dosk sava no wen regulated lami vsbnu d he with. out (the very babes cry for it); all the proni rty ot defendants: it a therolaro ordered that publication be made in the World for four consecutive weeks, and that Jthea defendnts appear at my office Dec. 10, 1&S2, and defend said suit, or the same will bo herd ex parte. Richard Roe, J. P. GALLATIN. ol. Colyar's Address at Gal latin and His Reference to Hawkins' Offi cial Conduct. Mow Hawkln Called I'solews Fxlra NeKMion at the He. heat ot the Bond holder!. Correapondenca of the Courier-Journal. Gallatin, Tenn., Ojtober 31. Col. A . -a.Colyar did well in his ad dress here yesterday, to impress upon his audi, nee the absolute enormity, which amounts almost to a crime nf Gov. Havtkins' recent offioial conduct. A tow days before tho limit beyond which it would be too late to call an extra session of the Legislature was reached. Gov. Hawkins sought the In- gal advioe of his Attorney General, and also of his political friend Judge Harrison, on a very important and vi tal question. He called their atten-. tton to the fact that in the late Reap portionment Bill the counties of Cumberland, Rhea and Meigs, of tho Third Congressional district, wore omitted by th Engrossing or En rolling Clerk. He asked whether, in their opinion, this omission would in validate the act, and thus jeopardise the admission of the Representatives elected from this State to the Forty eighth Congress. They both answered that it would, and urged him to call an extra session to remedy the de fect. Thus advised, he turns abruptly around, and in the meanest, most un manly, and most insulting style, pos itively refuses to issue tho call! Now, WHAT WAS HIS OBJECT in socking the advice of the Attorney General and of Judge Harrison' , Was he hesitating, equally poised on the subject, predetermined if advised that Tennessee could alone save her Dcmooratio representation by calling the extra session, that he would not call it? That he would take no risk in the matter? Or, did he, meantime, confer with the Stalwart bosses at Washington, and was he directed by them not to issue the call? There is some dark mystery, some stupendous political rascality in this business, and it ought to awaken every respectable Democrat, Grecnbacker and Republi can in the State. No such an indignity, no such an insult was ever thrown into the faces oia gallant people. Tcnncsseeans well remember Alvin S. Hawkins' hatred of every respecta ble Democrat in the State; they have not forgotten that a few years ago he disfranchised 100,000 white votes, and what he did then he is none too good to do now. The next House may have a majority of only eight or tea Demo crats, and when these eight or ten present themselves from Tennessee it will be in full accord with the Radical villainy to olose the door in their faces. As I wrote several months ago on first beholding his lovely counteuanoe, "God forbid that I should ever tall into that man's power." And when I heard him on the Public Square last Saturday declare that he WOULD NOT CALL AN EXTRA SES SION because, forsooth, the mistake was "made by a Democratic clerk," his face recalled to mind the picture of tho Devil in the Vatican at Romo. I appeal to every reputable gentleman in the United States, I care not whether he be autoorat, aristocrat, Democrat or Republican, if anywhere in history they have ever read of a more unblushing, despotic, despicable, arbitrary outrage than this; or ot a more shameless reason for the outrage boldly announced to the very people he seeks to disfranchise? The enor mity of it grows on one as ho contem plates id I understood Colonel Colvar (o add that he, or some other gentleman, had also got the opinion of prominent Democratic lawyors, notably Hon. John G Carlisle, of Kentucky, and that they concur with Hawkins' Attorney General in the views of the latter. Hawkins can call . expensive and worse than useless extra sessions at the behest of the bondholder: ho can oall an extra session to fasten the 100 3 act and ninety-nine years of slavery upon a protesting people; he can call an extra session for the sole purposo ot dividing and disrupting the Demo cratio party, but when it oomcs to shielding the peoplo from that hazard which stirred to action the revolu tionary spirits of 177b, to-wit: "TAXATION, WITHOUT REPRESENTA TION," he smiles and smiles, and nlavs the villain, mocking at the calamities ha is hatching for the proud old voluntcor State. After this exhibition of the worse than cloven foot, I ask, in God's name, it thore is a Republican in Tennessee who will vole again tor this m tn to rulo over the commonwealth? Is there T i .1 , a u cmocrai, is mere a uroenia ter who will give him so much as half a voter 1 oan not, I will not boliove it. Business men will find it to their interest to have ; their lob printing 1 done at the PhblioLbpoir job print- ' Pi u.j; . ' r ,oBoe, 13 Madiuou itreet, NO. 55 The MemphloTlatnnl ;.lld Koelety pnynst Foui-Moulli Marriage Heno Ml, a Tweialy.Ifay ul;l IteueHl.and have IbealrouecNl One-Inj t'ouipa nr in esiNlenre. They pay t-liargeia n application; by telegraph. EleelioiiN $V.u TiieNdny. Alabama will elect (' Arkansaw will elect Congressmen. vaiiiuriiia win elect Mato olhcers, Legiclature and Congressmen. Colorado will elect State officers, Legislature and Congressmen. Conneotiout will elect Slate officers, Lcfislature and Congressmen. Delaware will elect Governor, Legis lature and Congressmen. Florida will elect f.eeiulatnrn nr.A Congressmen. ueorgia will elect Congrorsmcn. Illinois will elect Trmfr Knn... intendent of instruction I.o;LlU(,, and Congressmen. Indiana will elect minor State officers, Supreme Judges, Legislature and longresfmon. Iowa will elect minor Sm'n nffi Dora and Congressmen. Kansas will elect State officers, Leeislature and Congressmen. Kentucky will elect Congressmen. Louisiana will elect Congressmen. Maryland will elect State Jiiduoo and Congressman. Massachusetts will elect State offioers. Legislature and Congressmen. Michigan will el,et. Stitn effi Legislature and Congressmen. Minnesota will elect Legislature and Congressmen. Mississippi will elect Congressmen. Missouri will elect minor Siro officers. Legislature and (!onvreismen and vote upon an amendment con cerning the ftitc Judiciary. Nebraska will elect State officers, Legislature and Consp-s.snien. and vote upon a woman's fcuffrage amend ment. Nevada will eleit State offi eera Legislature and Congressmen. New Hampshire will elect Governor, Railroad Commissioners. Legislature and Congressmen. New Jersey will elect Lecislatnro and Congressmen. SSew lurk will oleot Governor, Lieutenant Governor. Chief Justicn of the Court of Appjuls, Assembly and Congressmen, and vote upon amend menu making the canals free, and providing for tho ckciiou of additional Supreme Justices. North Carolina will elect Associate Judge of the State Supreme Court, six Superior Court Judges, Legislature and Congressmen. Pennsylvania will elect Sute of ficers, Leaislaturo end Congressmen. Rhodo Island vill elect Congress men. South Carolina will elect State of ficers, Legislature ami Congressmen. Tennessee will elect Governor, Legislature and Congressmen. Texas will elect State officers, Leg islature and Congressmen. Virginia will elect Congressmen. Wisconsin will elect Legislature and Congressmen Nov. 7, and vote upon amendments relating to the res idence and regit-trnfion ol voters and the election of officers, and providing that general elcoiions of State and county officers, except judicial, shall be held biennially in the even years after 1885, those who were chosen in 1831 to hold over until lSo if the amendment is adopted. Following are tho candidates nomi nated for Governor in the various States: California Morris 51. Estee, Re publican; George Stoieinan, Democrat; Thomas J. McQuid iy, Greenback. Colorado Earnest L. Campbell. T II! T .a ' ivcpuuncan; oames ii tirant, Homo crat. Connecticut William H. Rull-oW Republican: Domoe iai.ie nomination to be made; A. P. Tanner. Greenback: Georso P. Rogers, Prohibition. Delaware Albert Curry. Itermhli. Can; Charles C. Stoekley, Democrat; .uno o. isiancnara, uroenback. ivansas John f. it. Jo in (nresent inoumoeni;, itepuiiiiaan; Ueorge W. Glick. Democrat: Chirles Itnhinann ! L .l I I,. ' Greenback. ' Massachusetts Rohert R. Tti.bnr, Republican; Beniaaiin F Butler Ileni' ncrat and Greenback; Charles Almy, Prohibition. Michigan David ll. Jerome fnres- ent inoumbent), Republican; Josiah W. lsegole, Democrat and Greenback; Daniel P. Sagendurph. Prohibition. Nebraska James W. Dawes. I!. publican; J. Sterling Morton, Demo crat. Nevada Enoch Strother, Republi can; Jowctt V. Adims. Uemoorat. New Hampshire S imuel V. II1 Republican; Martin V. U. Edgerly, Democrat; John F. Woodburv.Green' back. New York Charles J. Folger. Rn- publican; Grover Cleveland, Demo crat; Epcnctus Howe. Greenback; A. A. Hopkins, Prohibition. Pennsylvania James A. Reaver regular Republican; John Stewart, mucpeuuenii .uepiiiiiieaii; Kobert h. 1 attison, Democrat; '1 homos A. Arm strong, Greenback; A. C. Pcttitt, Prohibition. South Carolina Ilcndriek MnT .nnn Greenback and Republican; Hugh S.' Thompson. Democrat lonnessec Alvin Hawkinsf present incumbent), Republican; William B. uato, regular IJomourat, Joseph II. Fussell, bolting Democrat; J. IV Beaslcy, Greenback. Texas George V. Jones, Indepcn dent; John Ireland, Democrat. Cir-uit Court of Mieli.y county Tenn.-The npnuKii,,: i ana M mph.s li roud Com pany va. J 11 Meailoet n) -Petition forcou- Tl apr A. whip 11 Meaa u.'UlllllviUll 1U II1QUS lur rictil ol t,f. ;rcaring from the if.iuou filel hirein, iru isswom to, f.nt b; 'f,-mlaht. J iae. la a iwtn.rn. i,l, nt ..r t.-c.... ... Tennessee! it is th-refore nnl.rod that ho make hia apunarince hunin, n. the court hoiiie. io thu luxinx Oi.triot ol iiocli v toun ty, Icnoinfoo, on ,r t.iuro the llr.'t Sinnduy in Iloceml.er next, 1W, aad anuier or dout to the peiitlon of tUe rpnnnlrcld n i Mem phis lUilrimd Company lor tiki, I of way tnrouiin hia lauds and show causa if any lie have why th prnyor of tho pmiiioa !iiiI not ba granted and the land dr.cril e.l therein taken and condemned to mtitiimor'n usrs, an I on hit f.ii ure to do ao the petition ill b taken as conle.'sud and tho cause mt lor hivir Ing ex-partei and that a copy of thla order h publt bed utioa a week, for t ur eon.ecutiv. weeks, in tho Public LoJo. A ccpy-Altost: i, n , .JOSJTII DHL. Clerk. Uy tleorge J Camp-ail, I. U. Newmitn !'. atr 'v for .I.ilfr. !' 11 f " 71 I.apiks! bi-aiitily 01 1 --. .11 1 1, 1, -x i. .it vull, (al.'IKlS Sllllll- l. "11 Unit uud VK.ihkt r v, 60a. ' ' Loeb & f.looic, aaa maim btreet. SHIRT filAKERS AXD GENTS' FURNISHERS. FINAL GRAND RALLY! Senator Isham G. Harris. Will addte.s tho peopla of Memphis and mi'.J01"1' at th UHKKSLAW OPERA- Monday Night, Nov. 6, AT 7:39 O'CLOCK. Tha mi hi U I here will be reaerved aeats for the ladies, and they are apeti.illy requested to (traoethaooea S'on with their attendance. Let every gen tleman bring hia mother, wife or sweetheart. By order of the Committee. 5157 L.H. KSfES. Jr., Chairman. Sale of MUNlNMippi Levee Bonds). DRTBICT NO. 1. UNDFR and by virtue of a deorea for aale, made by tho l'rohata Cnri nr kh.ik- county, in the ojse of W A Seratlin et al vs. W H Mallnry. ad . Ini.trator with ih will an nexed of r erdinand Montgomery, doooaaed. ihR UnnAPuuinal kIII ni 11.. l.tlh day of November, A. D. 18. ac 12 midday, at the southwest oorner of Main and Madnon street., in the city of Memphis, sell for cash the fol.owing Miiaiipi levee bonds, to-v it: No 38. ,-, dueJan'yl, 79, with coupons attache, irom July 1, r74, to each. i.u. o, iai, uue January t, so, with cou pon, at'nchei from Julv 1, '74, 820cbm. &o. 2;5, JiliOO. due January 1, 'HI. with eon pona attuched, from Jnnuiry 1, '74, ci each. . W. B malLory. Administrator with the will anneied of Fer- inonigomerv, deceased. U C King, and Clapp A Beard, Attv'a. , 51 62 Highvay Taxes For 1381 and 1882. na receipt for the same. Property owners in aaid Untrict, or their airenta, ebonld call and pay aaid taioa without dolav an t th-.k. save cost). Call butwef n 2 and So'olotk o.m. m t . JOSliHU KRKY, f rf.of Knad Commisiioaera fifteenth Civil iMPirioi. FJTS WHEAT. RYE AND OATS, R. G. CRAIG & CO , 361 Main Street, MKJJI'ttIV, TENN. 49ntvi4 WM. Ollr jHH. ' GUN & LOCKSMITH. atreet. 'SI H2 AT gi PEK TON. unsurpassed Stock Food, pronounced by Dairymen to be bettor than the bet Tim othyHay. For. sale at DeSOTO OIL CO., Corner Tananwe and Jlullat; Htm. Trancis feiling" Manufacturer of BOOTS AND SHOES, 200 1.2 Main St., Memphls,Tnn. atrA perfect fit guaranteed attention paii torepairini. Particular 17S T. H. RICE & CO., General Insurance Agents, 208 Main atreet. BKf IDES city business we solicit and place in good coo, panics Country Kinks, ioolud ins- Oinhousea and oontenta; alta inland and marine riaka. 2 47 DR N A. lHI,-Can be found at his ouice, No. 6 Mulberry street, corner Baal, Memphis, from 7 o'clock A m until 8 o'clock p m. lie will devote bis entire attention to Chronic and Privati Dssoares. and from an expe.ioure of 28 years' practice and bis won deiful succe.s.he guarantees perfect satisfac tion to all. Examination and oonauitatiaa true of clrte. X1U4 BROS NAN & RICH, Carpenters 8c Builders, hN SHELBY STREET. Particular attention given te fitting up stores. All Job Work carefully attended tn. it 121 T. J. GRAHAM, Fire Brick AND BOILER TILES., Sewer-Pipe ! And Dram Tiles. Flue-Pipo and Flu3-Llnings, 'IlinXKV.TOP, ETC 43-45 S. Court St, Memphis srPricea lent on applloatlon d.twl " Orchard, Herds and Clover GRASS SEED. R. G. CRAIG & CO., 361 Mali St., Memphis, Tut. t lU-h'J TIJ1 "; for abore tax. levied In the tifteenth Civil District, are now ready, aad can be f mod at No.5Madifon street with J. r. i'ras.mt whn anthn.i..J ... ii Seed. SCA 1.ES. Machinery and Iron Fences neatly repaired Scissor and IShear Urindine- a peoialty. Iam also agent of the Champion Jron rence Co. Sanmina in .tr.ru. 5,u Kl.-li.u Seed Ms