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MEMPHIS, TENN., TUESDAY, AUGUST 31. 1SS6.
VOL. XL VI NO. 206
THE B1SE SUNDER
UITERED AGAI.NST THE UOX
J. B. MOBGAX, OF MISS.
The Alleged ltep irt of HU Recent
Speech at Bjhalla Vigor
The following carJ ml J : esse J to the
Avalanche is chotr.'nllv given space iu
the Ari'EAL, out of simple: jiiBtire to
toe lion i. a. Morgan, wno cm been
made the Rubject oi an iuf.mous and
Jndge Uorxnm't Card.
.bDrroR avalanche lour cone-
epondtnt "Marcellae,"- in giving, from
the Republican statdpoiDt, an account
ot my Bpeecn delivered a . ttjhalia on
Monday evsnms Met, cue tbe follow
ins language: 'The speaker used the
party Usn vigorously una auuaea in
strong and forcible terms to the means
to be u ed in downing the negro
voters; that lie na-i found tne six
shooter the mott effective means of
- driving the negroes from the polls
where they refused to vote as direct
ed, and be leveu tuat it would
-now prove as eflective as in bygone
dars. In thin the Judge failed to
secure a teuty iodorstment from the
majority of people cf Byhalia and
vicinity, although some cf the leading
Christians cf the community gave it
hearty mdoricinnnt. I lie most good
men think ballet box rutting isccarce
ly justified and could not consent tj
, give their approval to tea nanded
murder and disturb the peace and
quietude which now reigns through
out tne dinner, it is to be coped
tbat tbe Judge will not incite theneo-
pie to any such means of carrying tbe
election, but let nuldtr ana more ef
fectivn measures bo continued, if need
be. We fay stuff every box in the
district rather than iuve riot in the
I deeira to say to your readers that
Ibis entire statement, with leg-trd to
the "means to bs used in downing tbe
cegio," is a deliberate falsehood in
the who'e and in all parte, in its
words and in the ideas intended to be
conveyed. It is the machination of
vicious brain, whose wish was father
to tbe thought. I never even so much
as allude J to "tbe means of downicg
the negro voter.'." 1 did not state
tbat I hul found the six shooter the
most effective means of driving the
negroes from tne colls when they re
fused to vob as directed, and believed
that it wou'd r.ow prove effective ee in
bygone days." I not only did not give
utterance to such words at Byhalia,
but never entertained such
views in all the days of my life. Nor
did I utter at Byhalia any words from
which any honest man could draw
such conclusions as your correepen
dent repreieoted to your resders. It
will be observed that, the wickednees
atd sinfulufss of th disposition of
this "Marce lus ' does not stop at the
invention ci tins tauwhooo, lor polit
ical effect, hut it Rots further and
gives to it th "hearty indorsement'
of "some cf the leading Christians of
Tbe entire report ot the outlines of
my spaech es presented by him, re
ceives its coloring from his own dis
tempered mnii and wieties, and is
ecircely correct in a single particular.
As you hive given publicity to this, I
re-psctfuily a-k that you publish the
account given (run a Democratic
etandpoinc herowith enclosed.
J. B. MORGAN.
Memi'hi;, Tenn., August 30,1836,
THE ".IOUHNAlV KKI'OBT.
On Monday nig'it, according to ( r -vious
announcement in the Journal,
Judge Morgan addressed his fel.ow
citizens at th s place.
It was feared by come tbat the audi
ence wonld be small, as the people
from the country would not be apt to
come in at night, but all were agreea
bly surprised when mgbt approached
to see the old Democratic veterans
flocking to town to hear the Demo-
crat'c standard bearer op an the csm-
pa gn in old JM.snu.
Tbe hall was soon well filled, and a
dispatch lnd in the meantime been
received by the editor of this paper
announcing mat a special train w.s en
route from Holly Springs, laden wi'.h
Democrats from that place.
Judge Morgan (wno had arrived
earlier on the Memphis train) made his
appearance and had awoken but a few
moments when the whistle of tho loco
motive announced the arrival of tiie
"special" from Holly Bpringp. Soon
the old Democratic shout, mingled
with the mu3ic of the Holly Springs
brass band, was heord. and Judge
Morgan suspended until our Holly
springs iremocrauo Drotnren conid be
seated. Tb's addition to the audience
filled the hall to overflowing and many
had to remain onttide.
Our gallant standard bearer then
resumed his speech,' and for nearly
two hours held the attention of tho
large audience. Cheer after cheer
frequently iaterrupted the speaker.
Judge Morgan referred to the grand
and heroic struggles of the Democratic
tarty to regain po.-swsion of the gov
ernment which had been so success
fully administered for fifty years under
its control ; heepoke of tne frauds that
had been perpetrated by the Republi
can party and depicted in plow in? col
ors the grand tritlmph which resulted
in the election of Drover Cleveland.
He referred to the go:.d work of the
Democrats in Congress, which bad re
sulted in the restoration and process of
restoration of more than one hundred
millions of acres of public land, which
had been given awav to railroads and
corporations by tbe Republican party;
to the silver question; to the tariff;
the labor question and a'l the great
political issues of tbe day, and he
showed clearly that the Democratic
party bad faithfully carried out every
pledge made to the people and had
maintained its principles asset forth
in its platform.
He then asks: "Where is the Demo
crat who has witness id the grand tri
umphal march of this great party, who
now in the day of its glory and success
will desert the standrd tnat so proud
ly floats over tbe entire length and
breadth of this land, and unite with
Its enemies to overthrow and undo the
great work acccomplished?"
The speaker then turned his atten
tion to Chalmers, and the excoriation
which be gave the "little brigadier"
was scathing, and elicited shout after
shout of applause.
lis gave tne reasons why he did not
engage in a joint discussion with a man
that represented no party, but who was
simply running upon bis own book
and who only des;red recornition by
the Democratic party t) make bis own
candidacy rtspec ab'e. He showed
from letters raceived from seven of the
nine members of the District Execu
tive Committee that they would not
countenance a joint discussion with a
man who wis seeking to organza the
nrgroes and torebtorethecjdprline.
II H innn UVIKA ' " 4 - -
pealing to thi bow mm m, oa
his supgHTions Vf - - :uUo
emus uu -ne oia ;ov. Ub BihU
t u j:..:: .i :
of the division of the negro voters into
squads ot ters, wi-h leaders to sea
that th' y voted. 11h nfsrred to Chal
mers' arithuut'c, and showed by his
own figures that he claimed bis elec
tion by the uigro votes estimated at
11. m, tne white Kf publican votes es
timated at 500, and tbe Greenback
votee, which latter be estimates at
2000. Judgs Morgan tben read tbe
letter of tbe great Greenback
leader, Gen. A. M. West, which
was addressed to the Hon. W
8. Ekr;dge, in which he proclaimed
his allegiance to tbe Democratic party,
and announced tbat be would in the
future act with tbe Democracy, and
snowed that Chalmers could not ex
pect the vote of a Greenbacker In this
district, and by leaving out tbe 2,000
Greenback votes he was defeated by
his own figures. He then said "if
there is a sing e Greenbacker who
would (after this letter) desert his
great leader and r fuse to follow him
nd his paity comrades into the Demo
cr.tic triumphal precession, but in
stead wou'd prefer to follow Chalmers
with the crowd tbat he proposes to or
ganize into the Republican party, be
Knew tnat the Grsenuackers would
give Chalmers a quit claim to all of
iheir interest in tnch Greenbacker,
and tbat he (Morgan) would farninh.
him (Cba mer.) with a .collar topnt
upon his neck, and with a halter with
which to tie him bnhind his wagon."
We do not think triers was a man in
the audience who was not convinced
that the Executive C'unmittee and
Judge Morgan were right in declining
to enter into a joint debate with
Judge Morgan was listened to with
the greatest interes. and at the con
clusion of his speech a storm of ap-
pUusfl greeted him, and if there were
any Democrats present who l ad been
previously timid or doubtful they
were satisfied that the old Democratic
banner was safe in tbe bands of its
bearer, and all felt that the canvass
had opened gloriously and that a
grand triumph awaited us in No
vember. At tbe conclusion of JuHge Morgan's
speech calls for Cupt. J. T. Faot (who
Dad accompanied the tlolly seringa
Democrats on the special train) went
made, and thi fnv -r.tuson of Marshall
conn'y was compelled to respond.
This he did in bis own eloquent and
happy sryle. He announced his do
termica'ion to do all that he could to
promote the eltction cf Judge Morgan
and the success of the Democratic
any, and appealed to the Byhalia
oys who bad gillantlv stood by his
side on the field of ba tin to once more
rally to tbe delenr-e oi. the old party
for whese triumph and success they
bad alwsvs si manfully struggled.
Capt. Fant's addreso but added the
climax to the enlhu Lism of the crowd
and cheer alW cbeei.v, greeted him.
after which lbs band 'wnck ud. and
it was liu&r" mldLight Shun all dis
persed, f-elnig that there had been a
grand political revival in our midst.
and each determined to buckle on Irs
armor, "shake i lithe dew dr.ips that
gliit-r on bis garments and march
once more to battle and to victory."
HOLLY SPRIXHS, MISS.
Arrrnixl for n ItcMKilr 4 rimo Kail-J
routi juuiiuiuii Uood KhIo.
IBPIOUL TO TBI APrCil,.
Hiilv Ki'hisgs, Miss.. Aognbt 30.
Yesterday evening (Sunday) at about
5 o'clock Mr. H. B. Scott, Marshal of
Decatur, Ala., with a requisition from
that Sate, arrested near the poetoilk-e
door a man nanir d George Slifp, who
was wasted bv the ollice'S of the law
for a bad crime committed in May
last, tbat of incest, h''s own daughter
being tbe victim. He was taken in
charge by Mr. Scott and left this morn
ing for Decatur, htndcuffed. When
his daughter acknowledged tbe perpe
tration of the crime Slifer-kipped ior
parts unknown and nothing more was
heard of him until recently.when it was
ascertained that he had g me to Mom
phi?, thence to Bjha'.ia, and finally to
this place, where ho obtained work on
the extension line of the Memphis,
Birmingham and Atlantic railroad.
He had rent a money order to his
daughtor, who had gne to Ohio. .Mr.
(-con, wno naa been here lor a day or
two, baviDg followed him np since
May, waited for a return of letter, and
it was thus on Sunday that Slife was
identified by ro.-tajaekr Finley as the
person who sent the money order,
and Scott immediately b rented the
man. What will be done with him at
Decatur is m-t known.
Five milo.s of track has been laid
from this point east on the Memphis,
Birmingham and Atlantic railroad.
and work is progressing rapidly.
A number of burglaries were com
mitted Saturday nigbt. Mr. Joe Butt
shot at one prowler and it is supposed
Good rains and delightful weather.
Mrp. Sue Good, wife of John J. Good
and sister of Logan Walker, died at
her home, near Waterford. this coun
ty, Thursday nigbt, 26th instant, aged
37 years, leaving a husband and five
Lundbobo's perlume, Edenis
Lundborg's perfume, Alpine Violet.
Lundborg'a Derfnma. Lilv of tbe
Lundborg's psrfnme, Marchal Nile
Fraud la Brooklyn.
Naw York. AnLMint,0,f) Knnervisors
Larkin, Carroll and Gallagher of the
Brooklyn Board of Sunervisors. were
served today with warrants directing
them to appear before Police Justice
Walsh to answer a charge of conspiracy
to defrand the people of Kings county.
Granville V. Williams, late the plumb
er of the Bro klyn courthouse is the,
complainant. His affidavit furnished
ground oa which warrant was is
sued. The Justice said tbe affidavit
was strong enough to warrant him in
holding tbe defendants for tbe grand
jury. The defendants hearing of the
complaint went to the Police Court
and were permitted to go upon their
Defect In the MUanurl Hilitla Law.
JlFFKBSON ClTY. Mo.. Annual .10.
Stato Adjutant General Jameson baa
issued an order directing that no more
militia companies be formed at pres
ent. This is In consequence of Judge
81ove'e recent ruling at Kansas Oily
that the Stats militia cHicem cannot
enforce discipline nnder the existing
aw. oteps win be taken for revision
of tbe atatnte by the next Legislature.
Havb given Tongaline a trial in two
cases of neuralgia one a lady aged
60; four doses gave permanent relief ;
tne other a lady aed 40 : neither have
had snv return, J. D. Donnohno. M.
D., Butler, Mo.
circu'ar, a,urted to America. i'heTr";;; ;T"
TflE STATE CAPITAL.
rv UIRLS ENTICED
- -fUOM liElB HOMES IX
Chicago by the Proprietor of a Nash
Tillo Variety Know Saved
by the Police.
Isricuk TO TRI irr.iL. I
Nashtillk, Thm., August 30. In
tbe office of the Chief of Police this
morning were seated two comely
young ladies crying as if their hearts
wonid break. Being questioned, tbey
said their names were Louisa Teliar
and Georgia Maheur: that thev ar
rived in the city last night from Chi
cago, and tbat tbey wanted to return
home. They said they had been in
duced to leave comfortable homes and
come to the city by a man who gave
his name as Charles Redmond, maca
ager of tbe Park Theater. The girls
said that some time agi they volunta
rily answered an advertisement of
a want agency office for two girls to go
zuu rnuen in tbe country to do house
work. Upon going to the office of the
agency they were introduced to Red
mond, who told them be was the man
ager of a first class theater in Nash
villa and wanted them to work at that
place. The place, he said, was respect
able, and not one of the low dives
commonly callid theaters. He offered
them $10 a week, and promised light
easy work. Neither of the girla pos
sessed dramatic talent, but this was
no objection to their employer, as be
wanted them to do other work than
APPEAR DKKOItB THB FOOTLIGHTS.
The, girls accepted the proposition
and arrived hers last night inompany
with two other girls from the eaoie
city. Misses Teller and Manheur eaid
they didn't much like the actions of
their companions while on the road,
but snepected Bothing wrong until on
their arrival tbey were taken to a
saloon on Cedar street and invited to
ent supper. This the girls refused to
do, but their companions partook of
their mea1. After supper tbey were
taken over to the IV k theater saloon
and told that this was the place at
which they were wanted to work.
They said they were told they could
drinx if they wished, and that on
every bottle of ber or ale sold by
them tbey would receive a commission
of 5 cent-) and would be allowed
cents for each boltlo of wine sold.
They wer alsq informed that for tho
present a salary of JO a week would
be paid. Tbe girls were then taken to
a boarding house on Summer street
and put in a room with the other two
f omul es from Chicago. Misses Teller
and Manheur began to cry, recognizing
that they bad been
KNTICKD FIIOM IIOMB
under false representations. This
seemed to anger their room m ates, who
sworo-ht them all n'ght. Eirly this
morning the girls left the room and
went out iDti the etieet. They saw
the cathedral, and at onco decided to
go to the priest . for advice. He in
structed them to go to the Mayor. A
policeman accompanied them to the
station bouse, where they appealed to
Capt. Kerrigan for protection, He
promised to see that they were tent
bck home. CBnt. Kerrigan at once
sent for Redmond, and whon he and
Pat Hanifan walked into the office the
youngladies identified the latter as the
man who accompanied them from
Chicago and who eaid his name was
lidmo-d Cap. Keirigan requested
ltedn ond to pay for the pn'pagoof the
girls back ta Chicago: but tbis he re
fused to do, and said l.e would have
nothing more to do with the ma'.ter.
Capt. Kerrigan secured passage for the
young ladles and sent themome to
night. FATAL ACCIDENT.
About 4 o'clcck this morning John
Hewitt, an employe of tbe Louisville
and Nashville railroad, met with a fatal
accident while coupling cars in the
yards in East Nashville. Hewitt
walked between two cars to couple
them, and in getting ont of the way,
by some unaceouniable accident, his
foot hung in a frog cf the switch. The
moving train knocked him down and
the wheels parsed over his right foot
and leg, crushing and horribly man
gling the limb from the ankle to tbe
thigh. The left leg was also broken.
Hewitt was taken to the home of his
mother, No. 116 Spring Btrect. Dr.
Paul F. Eve was summoned, and ren
dered all the aid possible, but tbe un
fortunate man died at 9:15 o'clock.
A. m. nuGnas, jh ,
chairman of the Republican State Ex
ecutive Committee, this morning re
ceived the following telegram ;
Ohattanoooa, Tkns.', Auitnt29.
To A. M. Hush.., Chmn. KepuMioun titata
Kiecutiv. Committee, Kaslitille, Todd. :
Complying with your suggestion,
will meet you at Hattis House, Knox
ville, Tuesday next at 0 o'clock p.m.
to arrange appointments for joint dis
CQBsion between Cols. A. A.Taylor and
K. L Taylor.
1. M. McCONNELL, Chairman, eto.
Mr. Hughes left tbis evening for
Kooxville. A reporter asked him if
there was any probability of a joint
discoHsion between Bob and Alf Tay
lor. Mr. Hughes raid: "I think there
is no doubt about it."
PIPE BLUFF. ARK.
A Compromise fcfl'eeted Between the
Democrats nd Beptiblieaan.
tariouL to thi trriAL.I
Pins Blofp, Abic.. August 30. For
two weeks tbe Republicans and Demo
crats have been wrangling over tbe
office of County Treasurer, bad blood
and the worst passions were aroused
and a prospect of bloodshed was im
minent. A solution of the difficulties
was reached today by a mass conven
tion of both parties with the Hon.
John A. Williams, Circuit Judge, a
Republican, in the chair. The whole
matter was discussed dispassionately
on the part of the Republicans by Cof.
Jno. M. Clayton, preeent Sheriff, and
and Ferd llavis, Circuit Clerk, and
Gens. H. King White and Cole and
W. E. Hemingway oa the part of the
Democrats. The question was then
put to the Republicans whether they
would concede tbe treasurer to tbe
Democrats and it was carried. A reso
lution was tben passed that both par
ties support tbe following ticket:
The offices of Sheriff, Connty Judge,
Circnit Clerk and three Representa
tives for tbe Republicans, and the of
fices of County Clerk, Treasurer and
Assessor for the Democrat. This ac
tion secures a peaceful election.
LAMAR At th re.Unc of hit parent..
No. ltt Union .trut, at i o'clock p.m.. An
ju't 31), 1W, KoirD C, a.oonil too of the
Har. A. W. toil Mrt. B. W. Lamar, aged 3
year, and S month..
Funeral from re.ideooe thii (TUESDAY)
afternoon at 3 o'oloek. Friend, of tbaj (am
ilr are inritod to attend. I
"Tin: Quin or table watees.
HA HU'IIVtD TI1
Axn n m-prunD rsm:R
S- S. H. TEE PSII7CE CP VTALES.
"THE QUEEN OF TABLE WATERS."
"2ie Jt fcctiit stici-r,! system of
many of our cities and the no-drainage
of our larger ttKiw and rural
districts a re poisoning the very si mrees
of totable water in many instances."
A. Van der Veer, A.M., M.D.,
FrtiUtHt of th, J,uV. ai Sv. ut
tit Stall e A rm Veri.
" T'u purity cf ArOLI.IXARIS
off'rs the best security against the
dangers which arc crmmon to most of
the ordinary drinking waters."
London McdictI Record.
"THE QUEEN Or TABLE WATESS.1'
"Filthy streets nay be hid, and
defective drainage and sewerage
worse, but for the promotion of dis
eases cf the dia 1 htcal type there is
no agent like the polluted water
A. Van dcr Veer, A.M., M.D.,
JVtti.iml fC the Mt.licnl .SWittjr if
tki Si.itt (i .Vw 1 'erlt.
February 3, 1836.
" The dangerous qualities of con
taminated drinking water are not
obviated by the addition of wines
Medical Officer of Privy Council,
" Use nothing hut Natural .Win-
eral Waters, s:rci as AJ'Of.
UNA R1S, free from all vegetable
"THE QUEEN OF TABLE WATEES."
"J'ure water is eren mere impor
tant than pure milk."
New York: Herald.
"Water polluted with tewage is
poison. New York Times,
July , it, ..
"APOZZuVJAS has tteadily
increased in popular and professional
esteem as a pure and agreeable Table-
British Medical Journal,
"THE QUEEN OF TABLE VATEES."
"If the inhabitants of great cities
could see the filth that is concealed in
the water which they use, and trace
every drop and particle to its source,
disgust and nausea would be sufficient
protection. New York Times.
"iV water is only to be obtained
from NATURAL 'SO URCJ-S."
"APOLLINARIS WA TER is
sues from a spring deeply embedded
in a rock, and is therefore of A ItSO-
L U IE ORGANIC I'URI ' ."
Rffilts Frfji'iwr, I 'niz'trtity vf iltl lim
"THE QUEEN OF TABLE WATEES."
"No amount of pure ocean air in
the lungs can neutralise the bad effects
of polluted water tu the stomach.
New York Herald.
" The only water safe for the trav
eller to drink is a NA 7' URAL
Sir Henry Thompson, F.R.C.S.,
"APOLLNA RISNA TURAL
MINERAL WATER has ac
quired a leading place in public
esteem throughout the world."
British Medical Journal.
"THE QUEEN OF TABLE WATEES."
"APOLLINARIS reigns alone
among Natural Dietetic Table Wa
ters. Its numerous competitors ap
pear to have, one after another, died
away. " British Medical Journal.
"Its purity offers the best security
against the dangers which are com
mon to most of the ordinary drink
London Medical Record.
" THE QUEEN OF TABLE WATEES."
I1A lUI-IIVCD THE
md l aifiuKD ronm
H.S.H. THE PEINCE CI" WALES.
ANNUAL SALE, 10 MILLIONS.
Call GrKtrs, DrvetiMti&M.H, M'.U . Dtatrrt.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
9 I IMPS PiPll?
Gents' Furnishing Goods
229 - 231
'reparatory to bulldlnu a Now Storehouse upon our lot on tho corner ot Main iintl .TeftVrsoii StSe'
d tin vo moved our WJIOLKSALK stock to the spurious wureliousox hcrctoforo Known ns the
Clay liuilding, !!-'!, 231 nnd liMJtahi street, it hero wo Mill continno our WHOLES! IK business
until the new house Is completed. We have now more space nnd better liidlitics tor doin busi
ness than we had in tho oid store, and can assure our patrons aud tho trade generally that we
are In a better position to serve them than ever. .C5
Our stocks are much larger than any we have ever had, and nearly all purchased before the
late advances were nude in pricesan advantage that we have determined to at least share with
our customers. Heniember, wo guarantee the price ol every article wo sell to be as low as it
can be bought in the United States.
Mouipliix Lodge No. 0,'I.U.OF.
THKoffloer. and number, oi thi. loilir are
roiju.rted to meet at their hall thi.
(TT1ESIMY) mornlnitati:30 a.m.. tuenort
l it. romaina of ear cleoeei.d brother, UKO.
H. MiitU', or MeUi.iin Lodge Ho. 16, Jack
tun, Xinn., tn the M, and C. Depot. M.m
bsr. of lifter loilie. tVatornally tnvtteii.
W. V. bv 11 WALM K i Ml, Becraiary.
Koch's Pat. Store
MIKI.VIK44 li .dilutable to m.et any need
or bu.me... It i. oheapor than old .trie, ('an
bo imt up by any one. ittfqiiaiwi lur
l'nitlry aad Hook hliplve. Addron
KOCH A. . 0 Mfi w,.
811 MAIN T.. PEORIA, 1LI... or.
Mmiuone Hardware o.,Bt, Louli.Mo.
Safe Deposit & Trust Co.
Nnw dnlnr bonlnrHI at No. Mmllanu
Ntrt't'l. Dmionit. received from BO cent,
npwnnl, anil inlrot alUiwril on mine pmiii
annuallv. Will buy and loll loi-al neruritieii,
a-t na Trustee, Heooivor, eta., for corpora
tion, or individual.. Have a commadlnu.
vault lor the ilopo.il ot valunloe. for tho ben
efit of BKOtl.AK Cl'KTOMKllti, tree ol
charta. Kato Uonoi't llotm for rent oheap.
fcSAVlJNUS BM'Ki'lAi.MT Miiiiui 1 i-.u.
It. J. IU,A It, lu-r.
Ilnvn nllf)l llila itaioiialnll
lino ol then per Orailcaor
M l TABLE I OIt
Jobbing and Supply Trade.
VCataloKooi tnall.d free In any addret.
on aiplicat:oa to
ZELLNER & CO.
300 MAIN ST.
Removed to 308 Front St.,
Between Monroe and Madi.on, Nearly
Drug Store for Sale.
DRUG STORE. Ch.rleon arena., do
ine a ftr.t-nla.. Praanrintlrin m.nd Drue
Tiufine... Uood reaiun. lor a.llin. Aiily
at V I Lind.n alreet.
1)K. B. L. LASKI,
PlifdldAD, Snrgpon nd Aoconcher,
KESIDKNCB AND 0FF1CB,
313 Main Ntreet, Aear Union.
N. W. AVER ON.wurauUiurUi-d a t"-
- 233 MAIN STREET.
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENT.
0EF1CE Boom 1 (new) Cotton Exchange Itnlldlug-. Telrpfaone Cf 5.
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All olaiie. of property Iniur.d. Bpeelal Attention liven to In.arlnt Country flUree.
Now York Life Insurance Go.
' -- ACSX?.- " $60,800,000.
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322 and 324 Main Street.
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tirKCIAL LOW PRICKS ON
CI I) Ell MILLS.
Capital, $200,000. Surplus, $25,000,
J. K. GOD WUT, Pres'U J. M. tlOODUAK, Vlo-Pret. C. U. R AIE, CaskkE.
iBoiard of XMrootora.
T, B. TtlRI-HY, J. M. OOOUUAK, J. H. GODWIN,
W. H. BBUCB. M. (1AV1N, J, W. VALLH,
SM. NKl,KO, T. 11, H1MH, W. P. DUN AVAWT
M. SMITH. CUAHLKM flNSY, H. J, ULAOK,
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Dry Goods, Notions, Hosiory
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS.
Xoa. 326 and 328 Main St., MempMaTenn.
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In tbe United State.. We are AienU for
Tennessee Hanufltctaring Co.'g Plulds, DrlUs, Sheetlny, Sbirtlnr, Et
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And Commission Merchants,
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