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TAILOR, DRAPER & HFORTER
Ho. 38 MADISON STREET,
Is In receipt of a larger,
lected stock of CASSIMEEES.WORSTEDS, SCIT1XGS
and OVERCOATINGS, (all
liens,) tban was erer shown
stock comprises the choicest
and most d arable goods in gentlemen's wear.
S&" Samples and Prices on application to those
who have left measures.
"ft CIIT.K ir.nm Vfl Madlinn street, on flan
iX day, rVptember 19th. a grar horse
male, about WA band! hih, with letter H
on left hind hi", and a lump on left is
bone, and shod alf round, hetorn to O.J,
McHale ana be rewarded, 3!X) Madison Bt
. "ft 4"1II.K Sorrel boras mule, madinm siia.
iVJ. ihod all round Left tbe stable about
7 a.m . September JOth. Liberal reward for
r tii return to faoo'a oil and r . va.
TJORSE From 126Beale street, on Satur-
XX da;, Auiut mm, alight orrel horse,
white in laoe. A liberal reward for his re-
tnrn to w hn. t. ti a auk, nw Heme.
FOR SALE, KENT OR EXCHANGE
A GRAND NEW STOREHOUSE At Bur.
Xi rounded Hill, Arkansas, the beat cotton
region in that State, eighty-five niiles from
Moments and nnr mi es trotn Little Hook
on the m. and L. K. K. K. Apply to
No. 11 ADAMS ST.. Meninhi'. Tenn.
AIso, several Stock Ranches in Grand
COW AKD CALF- ""1ISTERNS Built and repaired and war-
At 2fi6 Johnson Avenue. V ' ranted. Inventor of the Sanitary Port-
P " r7" land Cement Pump. Contractor and briok-
ONY-One bay mars pony, 7 yoarsolds ny. Telephone kk. THOH. CUHrHNH.
Slycsti and ie-uv. .m i
U. tlAMi'BKLL, 38 Marlisnn Ft. FOCND
SALOON AND FIXTltHES-Qood Hand; a , z 77Z
cheap. Address L., this office. QtTTER DOO September 15th( owner
T , ' , k-J will pleme call end describe tame.
WO 6T0RY BRICK HOUSE AND LOT W. H. LEWIS. 11 Madison street.
Apnlv at W Front Street. "
J ERSE? BULL-Hegistereds large, best ROOMS AM) HOARD.
stock, H". W., this office. ., j : 7T. '
T300M3 Two nicely furnished front
1HACKlI rses, harness and license at a It rooms with or without board 1H Court
bargain; part cash, and balance in nnua 118n nn. BT1
montbl paymmU. T300M8 AND BOA RD-
Inquire at No. 75 Monroe street. V At 49 Market street.
tOWS-Ulgbirrade Jersey oows and young QT-D JAME3 H0USK-S8 Adams street.
J cslves good milkers. O Board and lodging, $5; day bosrd. M.
' LOflAN VV ALKEH, Holly Spring.. Miss. "TTiLIOIBLK ROOMS-With superior board,
BRICK RESIDkNCK Of six rooms, with -Ej twnblockstrom Oayos Hotel. 4.S3Shelby
w Nn iVfi'ln .tVJt Treadwe" Exoou- L uished, single or in suite, with board, at
tor, No. 11 Union street. 72 Madison street.
H05nJ?7,SSS5rliYKjIeM'2!nh "REAUTIFUL front rooms, finale or eo
and speedy; safe for a lady. S.iMain. iuiU)i farni(bed or unfurnished, with or
rpHE lea a and fixtures of the St. Elmo without board; other rooms, 104-lOi Couitst.
n,mi.!!i"il!!l''. ROS-With or withont board: terms
wrolTheTnTon- D.po?, 'fee reasonable. 140 MADISON ST.
room on the street next door; now doing a DOOMS One large front room with bal-
arood business and popular. Can be had at a LV eony and one large back room with
bargain if applied for within the next thirty larg- dressing-rcom, and it hers as good as
days. Apply to Charles Elmire, proprietor, oan be lound in the eity.
Meridian, .MJm. 75 UNTON ST.
X a large ioe box.
At Qabay's,4t)tf bhelby,
"VLD MATERIAL In the storehouses and
W senate Uuilding, occupied py is. Low
enstein A Bros.' ; must be removed at once
Apply to JOHN JtKID, Bnildor.
"MEAT COTTAGE Of six rooms, and lot
J- WUX44, 64 Dean avenue. Inquire on
IUEAP-0nt second hand ROCK AWAY,
neanyasgooa as new, at mi Unli n st
ONE BED-ROOM SET,
One Dining-room Set,
rj One Kitchen Set,
5 with possession of bouse at once,
34 6T. MARTIN STREET.
EDAR FENCING POSTS-For sale by
w. k. liAKMW, Larsmsvlile, Ala.
BOILER-50-H. P. lo'ler. tested to 160 lbs.
water pleasure; will sell chean Apply
- XTT OODLAWN 8 TOCR PARM-Intbertod
VV one thoroughbred Running Horse; fee
ttt). One Trottin Horse; fee, 1 10. OneJer
eey Bull; fee, ti.50 Foa Sili-30 Horses,
3 Milch Cows, 15 head Butcher Cottle, Pea
eooks and Newfoundland Pupa. Horses on
pasture, 15 per month : Texas horses, 10c per
day. Telephone JOSEPH BURNEY. ffti.
TTPRIGHT PIANO-Good as new, cheap
U tor cash; or will exchange for board.
Address KHH. Appeal office.
FINE OFFICES (55 Madison street, next
to Clarendon Hotel.
2 B. M. K8TES, 35 Madison St.
STORE On the corner of Auction and
Third streets, suitable for a meat shop.
Aoplyto LYTLE A SHIELDS,
218 Mai n strtet.
ROOMS Nicoly furnished rooms at
2(15 MADISON ST.
THREE FLOORS-398 Main streot; good
light; with or without elevatur; front
and rer entrance.
TJOOMS-Woll furnished rooms; No. 81
OOMS-At 363 Washington street, third
nouse east or uriaans i treet.
HOUSE Corner Thornton and Alabama
streets, newly painted, In good ropairt
ten rooms, cellar, two good cisterns, desira
able front and hack yards i on line of street
ears. James MoNmara. S3 Robeson St.
RESIDENCE 200 Hernando St.! hydrant
and cistern water: possession given Oct.
1st. 8. M. McQALLUM Telephone 242
R-ESIDENCES-Nof . 68 and 70 St. Martin
i street. Apply at No. 70 St, Martin 1 1.
HOU8E-220 Washington 8 .: 7 rooms and
bftthro-m. Apply at 133 Poplar St.
166 Main Street.
No. 2 Main Street.
No. 2117 Main Street.
Apply to JAMES LEE, J., 4 Madisoa St.
F'URNIBHED H0USE-434 Vance street.
Apply on premises.
2HOOMB-And kitchen at No. 33 Third
street. App'y on premises.
ROOMB-One large front room, with small
room and large eloset adjoining, unfur
nished, at 3H8 Vance street.
ROOMS Two furnithed or unfurnished
rooms at 40 Madison street.
DESIRABLE OFFICES-Iu the new Cut
ton Exchange Building, siogle or in
suits, on very reasonable terms. Building
heated thoroughly by steam. Elevator run
ning irom b semont to attin. Apply to
U ENRY HOTTER. Secretary.
ESIDENCS-S42 Vanee street.
Apply a':4 Vance street.
ESIDENCES a"d Roms.
L. H. EATUj, 12 Madison St.
ROOM Nicely furnished front room, good
locality, at 66 Court street.
ELEGANT! newly furnished rooms, bath
ro m ,e to. I nquire at 116 Court street.
RESIDENCE From Oct. lst.elegsnt brick
residence, Vo. 1(18 Washington St. For
terms apply to No. 716 Main stroet.
STORKHOUSES-The three new first-class
Storehouses on Shelby street, next north
of the Gavoso Hotel. Tortns tessonable.
o Madison street.
HOTEL-Tha Monewall lintel and Kail
road Eating House at Grand Junction,
Tenn. Apply to J. S Day. Heceiver. Nos.
Jt'iO and 362 Front street, Memphis, Tenn.
l'osefS,on given lmmeotateiy.
HOUSEP-On and near Walker aven"e,
on Eimwond streetcar line, from the
1st September, several houses, from two to
eight rooms, in good repair. Apply at 36
Uniona reet. . JUS. LENOW.
CHOICE OFFICES On Second story oc
cupied for many years by Dr J.W.Nel
son, Dentist, corner Union and Main streets.
Apply at3U linion street. JOS. LENOW.
DESIRABLE ROOMS-Sultable for light
housekeeping. N.cor. Seo'ndand Market
STOREIIOUSE-From I t September, one
four-story Main s'reet storehouse.
ft. W. HOYSI'BR A CO.
1AR4li; STORE First floor and oellar,
J with side and r'ar entrancss. Nos. 3C3
and 305 Main street. Possession Ootober 1st,
or sooner, if required.
Offices, No. 280 Seeond st.
Rooms for Vrht housekeeping, No. 376 Pop
lar street, over drug sto-e. AT'ly to
R. B. SN0V DSN or J. L. GOODLOE,
38 Madison street.
LTROMT AND REAR OFFICE-274 Front
X1 street; cotton-room and office; terms
moderate. Apply to
. f OOF. McOOWA A CO.
HOUSE No. 162 Robinson street. 6 rooms,
in good 'epair, ood cistern water.
Mi KHrtft SNEKD.310 Secoidst.
TjpURNteHED ROOMS At M Monroe St.,
JL' one square rosa raaaody iloUl.
MURRAY at RIDGELT, )
more varied and better se
this season's Importa-
In this market. The
designs, finest textures
For the Seaatw.
THE APPEAL is authorixed to announce
HUGH L. BRIiNKLEY aa a candidate
for the State Senate, subject to the Demo
WE are authorised to announce HENRY
J. LYNN as a candidate for the otate
Senate, subject to the nomination ol the
Democratic Convention oa the 23d instant.
JD. MONTED0NIC0 announces himself
a candidate for the State Senate, sub
ject to the action of the Democratic Conven
tion. STRAYED OR StOLEX.
ORSE-On Randolph Rind, one-hlf
a from tine It Church, from lr,
Zeirman. one dark chestnut sorrel horso
l.V , htind high, 10 or 12 years old Shod all
roud: tuiT cropped off: high wethers.
MRS. JOHN R. MILKS will take a diss
in Instrumental Music For terms
apply st SH Adams street
DOOM Furnished room, with or without
it1 hoard, at 119 t.onrt street.
WAN I F.I).
KOMS-By lady and three boys, two or
three rooms in private family far light
housekeeping, or with board. Locality con
venient to Christian B'others College, or in
suburbs witn servant s room and stable
privlletes. Address MhS. K . this office.
Apply at this office.
OITUATION As roverness in nrivata fain
O il v by an experienced superior teaoher:
beat ol references given. Address
box 15, Brownsville, Tenn.
T7ISE HAND Only a sober, reliable man
v peel apt'iv, at e.1 bast unurt street.
POSITION A practical larmer wants a
position as manaeer on co'ton planta
tion or sroeic larm. Ad ivi.. 0 i,tnde-i bt.
In private fnmlly.
Addre'S B., this office.
I WRL Fir housework. Apply at once at
vj 191 oecond street.
OUSE To rent a house containing six
or seven rooms. Address
Robert Armstrong, 35 Jefferson street.
Li'YKiU UUDi lo know that the Pirn
JjJ Mattress will cure asthma, rheuma
tism, bron hit's, insomnia, nervousness and
hay lever, Samplos can be seen at
40 norm court street.
COTTAG E A cottage of four or five rooms,
J in a desirable locality. Address
M. V. h.., this office.
EVERYBODY To call and see the cele
brated Gypsy Clairvoyant, at 177 Third
street, near Poplar. '
MAN To run engine and file saw. Also,
a good sawyer. one need apply un
less they can give best of re'erence. Call at
tlenning at Hannah s raw mill,
Just above Hope Oil Mill.
OCCUPANTS For front room, with dress
ing room, southern exposure, in private
family, conven;ent to business. Address X.
oare Letier Carrier Dave Washington.
TAILOR A (ouineyman tailor to work on
suits; steady work until the 1st of July
next; wares, S16 to S20 per week,
Applyatonoete W . E. K KhSlIAW,
SITUATION By a young man of business
O and office exoerienca. and one aho knows
bow to work Q., this office.
BOARI- From Oo'ober 1st. in private
family, for arenlleman. wife and one
child. Large front room upstairs paeferred ;
will furnish room. Best of references given
and required. Adlress M. E., this office.
LADY AGENTS Our agents have had
such wonderful sucoesa selling Mrs.
Campbell's Combination Skirt and Bustle
(some clearing 1150 a month), that we make
this special request for all agen s who want
steady, money making business, to send
stamp for Catalogue. Also, tarnishing
Goods. Address E. H. Campbell A Co., 484
West Randolph Street, Chicago, IIK
COTTON SEED WANTED. Hulls and Meal
for sale cheap at GLOBE OIL WoHKS.
C100K An experienced white cook: Kn
J dish. Uerman or Swede i waxes. S3 per
Week. Apply with references to
No xis RAYBURN AVKNUK.
JCRAP IRON A quantity or stove plate,
J machinery, scrap Iron and old oar wheels.
St. Louis Malleable Iron Co., St. Louis, Mo.
A MAN To take an office and represent a
manufacturer; S50 per week; small
oapital required. Address, with sump.
Box 7U, West Acton, mass
MMEDIATELY Purchaeer tor store fix-
X tures. Including shelves, counters, show
cases, etc. ; can be seen at No 2H) Second
treet. Apply at No. Ml Heale tt.
C10AT AD PA NTs MAKER-Steady em-
ployment the year round. Apply to
Murphy. Jackson, Tenn.
SALESMEN In every State in the ! ion
to represent a PAINT MANUFACTUR
ING ESTABLISHMENT having several
JraaiALTiaa thatare nonnlar and easy sell
ing. Can be handled s lone or in connection
sjt'b other goods. Address Til K . .
fPICF M ANI'Ki. 00.. I1ALTIMOHK,
lAAA LBS. FHATHERS lli.heet cash
1V-M H price paid by A BAY. Memphis.
iVERYrOUY TO KNOW That 1
U FILL TEETH WITH GOLD for
next thirty lays for 51 50.
243 Main sreet.
SILVER For cash or ex
ITLFORti. .laws er, IVain
Special Notice to Shippers.
Miasiaatrrt aiiD Tcnnirrkii Railriho Co.,1
Memphis, September 3, ll86.
THE comp'etinn nf the Yaion and Missis
sippi Valley R.U,, Irom Jackton. Miss.,
to Greepwood, Miss., OPENS UP AN ALf,
RAIL LINE, without break of bulk or trans
fer of freight, to following named points:
Taioo City, Idee, II. Lake, Uood
Hope Milavlll, Rharklrford,
Tobula, Kririt, rng;rr,Mlluo, Klxlnst
Shipment to landings near these points
should be made to nearest station named
above. Your business is respectfully so
licited over the M. and T. Road, as fre aht
reaches its destination the fol'owinr day ol
delivery at our depot. A. J. KN API',
General Freight Agent.
ALL persons are hereby warned not
parchasa (Certificate No. 90 tor ten sbarel
Masonic Temple Stock, issued toR. W. Snel
len, April 11, 1H74, as it has been Inst or mil
Bid, and I have ape led lor a duplicate.
- 8. B. BUELION, Administrator..
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL--WEDNESDAY.
COL BETHEL TALKS
THE NEW RAILROAD
WHICH Ht HAS
Recently Become Interested A Char-
ter Applied For General South
era Rail News.
A charter for the incorporation of
toe jNortnweetern tjonatrnction Com
panj wai filed in the Raijister's nfliee
yestfrtlay, witb . I). Bethel, W. P.
Dnnnavant, Martin Kelly, Kewman
r.rb and M o. Buckinirbam as it cor
fioiators, for the purpose of contract
db and constructing: nublic and Dr.'-
Tate levees and raihoads, to subscribe
for, own and ho d, buy and sell bonds
ana tecuuoes, eto.
Direct to HesBpbte
Speakirp; of the Kansas Citr. Wvan
dotte and Northwestern railway, in
wnicn db nss recently taken a hand
Col. W.D.Bethel sax a: "Tha Kan
sas line is intended to be merely the
nunc ioraiareesyetam. We shall ex
tend the road to Nebraska, betides
Dutiuing several Kansas branches.
The Kansas line will ba in operation
by th'B time ntxt year. Of iteelf it
will ba a valuable road, but with the
extansiors I tbiok it will be t x'reme'y
so. The system, while it will not be
in any way on! rolled by the Fort
(sco t, m8y be optiatd in connection
with it. lhat waj our intention when
we bought the frenchite. As it is now
all the ituti e et from tbis trr-
ritory goes around by St. Louis, be-
causa oi the discriminations practised
against this point. When our road is
completed, hownver, we will be able
to ship wheat and o'her products from
Northern Kar saj and Nebraska to
Memphis direc'. While wearebene-
fi'irg Memphis we will aid Kans
City alto, by compelling the Kansts
roads and the E-itan lines to make a
through rat thatdoeenot disci iminate
Jflsanurl rnrltlc Ibancea.
There seems to be no end to the of
ficial changes on the Oould system,
and heads sre drooping into the bas
ket with a regularity that bai created
a gentral feeiutg of uneasiness and
doubt among all oflicial and clerical
employes. It has cow leaked out, and
in autcontative circle, that J. Q,
Uerrin, superintendent of the Inter-
rational and N'cr.hfrn, has tfndered
his resignation, to take efftct October
lat. Assistant Superintendent Liard-
gan also rtrtm s, and the latter gentle
man has altetdv betn offered and ac
cepted a position with the Ubicago
and IN crtu western. Thee is no doubt
about the retirement cf Sunerinten
dett Herrin, and it is furiher itti-
mated that opoa the return ti fit.
Liuis cf General Manager lloxie still
further radical cbaogis may be lcoked
The Wnbnkh Kyatein
New Yobk. Settembsr 21. The
committee of first mortgage bondhold
era ol tns v abaeu system east ol the
Mis-ist ippi have istued a circular to
the bondholdirs in regard to the
t ropasition made by the Purchasing
tjommitt-.e. in it tney state that they
have withdrawn the oU'e-r made to ex
tend toe bonds lor lorty years on pay-
1 1 1 J 1. I . 1
iiiBut, ui tun uvuiuub iiiierest m cunu.
The second moitgage bondholders join
wnti tbe n st, and anc ttat trie bond
holders deposit bands and sign their
Loniavllle and Maahvllle.
The employes of the mechanic 1
department of . the Louisville and
Nashville, witti tneir lam lies, visited
bt. Lou s Saturday and Sar.duy by.
courtesy ri tbe management, every
division of ih's great Southern syttem
baving been given a like bentht.
DJf. BDDDEKE'S BIRIil.
In Memory ur si Koblet Toung Man
duij iiooorea by ui rrieuue.
Nashville Union, 21st: One of the
saddest deaths that has occurred here
in a long lime was that of Dr. Miles
Buddeke. Ia every walk he was
loved and honored. As a pupil in the
public schools', then a teacher, and a
ten-tier in the Sunday school, he bad
a reputa i n for seal, rarnes'ne s and
ronstaacy. 11 is disposition was ol ti e
kind to diaw to bim in friendly
sympathy all with whom be came in
comae'. lie was noble and generous
to a fault. When he ltf , beie four
years ago to practice his chosen pro
fession in flitmpniB, bis departure
was generally regretted. But his
new bome I und aim many new
friends, who leaned ti love him
with all the afftciion voudmfed the
successful family physician. There he
married benpily, his bride being Miss
Florence Tuof, the lovely daughter of
Mr. John a. Toot. Hut bis wedded
life, while full of the best and truest
happiness, was not destined to its
long. It lasted but two shott yeais,
and now he leaves to mourn his loss
cne of the most devoted of wives, who
was his idol, as he was her'r, and a lit
That Miles Buddeke s meeds were
numerous and loving could not but be
discovered by any who attended his
hniial vfs'erday. in the morning
Father demons conducted high mass
at the Church of the Assumption. It
was crowdel with the friends of the
deceased. The school attended in a
body. After these morning ser
vice! tbe body lay in stats in tbe
church, where tnany went to take a
last lond gitnee oi me teatures oi tbe
dead. Daring the day numerous tele
grams of condolence were recived
from f i lends iu Memphis, New Yntk,
New Haven and e.sewhere. Ioe
floral oil crirgs were tbe handsomest
ai d most numerous seen at the funeral
of any private citizen fjr years. Tiiene
eweot emblems ol sanction were
varied in design and made quite an
affecting display. Among the band-
omer were nouceu ine lonowing:
Ltrge cross ot rcses, bare of pettier
lira b and ferns, Mrs. Judge E. II.
Kaat. Pillow of white roses and
dabliap, lettered "At, Keet" in immoi-
tellts, (Jnuein in itat emau. iiige
linrp (f flowers, Mr. aud Mm. A. K.
Ward, tsroaen column ot nowers,
Uncle Henry and Aunt Eden Kattr
man. "M" of floners, Mr. and Mrs.
S.4'zkott9r. Large cress of rosts and
hiias. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dake.
Wax flower, Sisters cf tbe Precious
Blrod. Wreath of ros.es and dahlias,
lettered "M" and "B," censins, Mr.
and Mrs. T. Seifreid. Pillow of
ropes, dahlies, e c, let'ered in ltrimo:-
llts "Mile"," jisie and wii.ie 'vieiz.
Anchor of flowers, Mr. and Mri. O.
The remains were interred in a beau-
iful spot in lrcntef -the office. The
scene wes a very impressive ore. No',
an eye was diy. All f i t for the
widowed and bereave", and tvry
hea't uttered a s tent p ayr for t':e
dead end tears cf sympathy fell f r
the living, who loved rs they hud a
right to love tbe dead better tban any
friend, however dear.
Mr. Ton, Mrs. undd ki, Mi is Tool
and Dr. Ivo Buddek all left for their
bome in Memphis lust n'ght.
At 2 o clock p.m. the burial sernrea
were observed at the church, many
iriencs auenuirg. .Mrs. Stewart sang
me "Ave jna-ia. ine bonal took
place at Mt. Olivet. The remains were
followed by a very lung procession of
carriages, containing me mends ol tbe
deceased. J be pan bearer were Cas
per Kubn. VVm. Aimuon, Chap. Ever
ett, W. W. Fouthsate, E. I'. Fleming,
J. a. rioerrcn anu u. a. Haley.
CORN EES VI LLE, HISS.
rO3E J. B. HOaKiAH ADDBESNEN
On the laassea ot the Day, assd Naa-
tali.a Ilia rongrreaelonal Beeord
by lBdlafiailable Proof.
lootaaarosDsact or tag arraiL.I
CoitNBsvlLLB,Mi, September 18.
Today tbe lion. J. B. Motgan, the
ganant stanaara uesrer oi tn Demo
cratic psity of the t-econd Congrts'
ional District of Missiseipps, put in
his appearance at this pi ace for the
purpose ol tilling an appointment to
apeak. Il a pretence nere was needed,
as the party in th s commnnitv.
tnougu nrm ia uioir uevction to JDem-
ocratic punciples, bid giown some
what cold in tbe ciuse. The. Jnrio-n
came amont ns iuuy panoplied wnh
all the paraphernalia of Demociary.
and woll armed and equipped with all
the acoutrements necessary for a
political warfare; and hiring in excel
lent trim physically, spiritually and
oratoricilly, like Job's war horse, he
li .. . v
sr.itlid ttie bate ear 1 11 and pawed
amorg ine ay roues el tbe Indt
pendents and Kepuuiuan?, causing a
mifilitv Quaking ami BluklUf. Ha
occupied the stand three long hour,
holdicg the undivided attention of
Ins audience all tbe timo
withcut their manifeKting the
least degree of iiiniatience.
lie preiaced bis aatirees witii an elo
quent eulogy upon the cand old
Democratic party, showinu that the
very pillars of our fair fabric of gov
ernment rts'ed upon pure Democracy ;
that Democracy was the great palla
dium of our national greatness, honor
and distinction; that the spirit and
genius of our republican iLStitutious
were permeated tbtoughout with Dem
ocratic principles; and that upon the
Democra'io patty, the party of out
fathers, ihe party of the cotmtitution,
tbe paity of Jeffereon, Jackson and
Monroe, and the party if tbe people
and for the people, depend our future
welfare, prosperity and happiness:
and that tuis g'oriouB old party is tbe
guardian of tbe libaitr, tt e freedom.
and tbe independenca of the Ameri
can people; and that to tbis party the
psople must look f 'r their national
and tempoial ra'v.tion and the per
petuity ol onr Iree institutions. And
that inasmuch as the freemen of this
country have intrusted the reins c f
the government to tbe care and keep
lng oi mis paity, it bebooves every
pai riot in tbe land to B and by it in
tbis its hour ot tr a'. hold up its
bands and give it ail tbe moral support
possible, tbat it may give ihe people a
pure, upright and honorable adminis
tration of pubind afiairi, for it guaran
tots equal rights to ail atd special
pHvileges to none."' Judge Morgan re
viewed at some length his Congres
sional record,' afadprovsd conclusively
by every were! and act and vote of his
during tbat lore ajetsirin that he is in
full at cord with the Democratio parly
on all the IuipnWa,nt bblitical iBoues of
the day, and that lie is in fil l eym
nathv with the laborins classes ot the
country, and that he did all tbat was
in bis power to do, under tbe cucum-
stances, during one term and that his
first. Oa tbe questions ol Ihe cur
rency and tbe tar ill be is Demo
cratic to t e backbone. Unlike his
coropeiitor, Chalmers, he is emph id
eally a tanff-f.r revenue only Demo
crat, and 1 am sure we have no uee far
bdv other rort in Congress. God for
bid that tbe Seccnii Congressional
District ebon d ever so far f jrget Its
duty to itself and to the whole coun-
ry aa lo send a ptotectlonut lor pro
action's sake to Congrees. It would
be a stigma of everlasting shame and
disgrace npon its fair etcutcheon. Tha
protectionists would bum bot fires
and illuminations over such a vic-
ry and make the welkin ring with
iheir shout", and proc aim to all the
world tbat the frecoud Congietsional
District of Musissippi is iufazcrof
protection for protection's sake. I re
peat, (iod forbid it. Judge Morgan
used no tuch language hers as has
een attributed to him by certain gen
tlemen at Byhalis, cor did be utter a
siege expression that could have
bat-n so construed. II a did say, how
ever, la substance, tbat uen. una:-
mere now orcupled the same posi
tion in the Republican party that the
carpetbaggers formerly neld; that he
had directed or ordered the negroes to
organiza into clubs rn the plan of the
old Loyal League that was in exist
ence here during tbe days of r. con
struction; that tbe clubs should be
ivided int) (omDinitsof ten voters,
anu that each company should have a
captain appointed over it losse tbat
tbev all went to tbe col s and voted
for him (Cha'mers), all if which be J
proved by documentary evidence, l
snowing mat uhaimers was me sen
cons ituted chief or leader of tbe Its-
pnb'ican party, and tbat he is fully
identified with that prty in principle
as well as in practice, notwithstanding
bis declaration to tbeon'rary tbat be
is a Democrat. W hilo wedo nut pretend
to contradict the charges made against
Judge Morgan by the Avalanche I By-
aba correspondent and others, we
most be? permitted to say that ws
cannot believe tbein, b 'cau e we are
ully persuaded that not oily but an
idiot or lunatic wou'd have given ex
pression to euch sentiment publicly,
ocoopying the pcBition Judga Morgan
does eelore tbe country; ano we are
not yet prepared to regard him es an
idiot or a crank. Therefore we conclude
at there must te some nnsander-
standing about the matter. The Judge
did not forget to pay bts respects to a
certain gentleman commonly known
as Gen. J. K. Cbalimr', wLo is at this
me pertnibula ing ilroiigh the di--
rict with the view of breaking into
orgresj. The Ju 'ge burit d this eaine
tittle same cock." as he is sometimes
called, two years ayo, but nogletting
o C07er him up ne'P enongn lie
cratched out. and hers he is again
crowing arourd over the country with
i much vehemence es tbe cock that
crew inree limes liore lvur uei.ieu
his Lirr). But the Judge will bury
m face foremost this time and write
upon bis back "No B surrectioa," and
hen pile 4000 Democratic rocks on his
epnlcher, which will ho'd him down
nt l Gabriel toots bis horn, as i he
re remaiked. the Democrats bere
eie (oinewhet lukewarm previous to
leiomlngcf Judge Moriran, but he
tt ft them at fever lies'. Their watch
ordnowis "On to Vittary!" The
Judge acquitted himself most nobly,
irnving to the satisfaction of every
D-mo.trat presort tbat he is worthy of
'he honor I hey had bestowed upon
h m, and that be had been talthtul to
every tnitt confld'd in him, and con
sequently thy ae sgt'in radv and
wi l og to re n ue their pledge t f confi
dence, , w, w. B.
SOJIE STREET GOSSII".
TflE INCREASE OF LUNATICS AT
Gen. Patterson's Idea Trade
Memphis ) xtendlng Today's
Election Oilier Notes.
"It seems to me that every bodv in
iowu 19 going crasy, sam Dr. Dun
can, the superintendent and physician
ui ice i oiruonse, yeswruay.
"vpyr- was asked.
'On account of tbe number of lnna.
ties admitted. It i eel tin ir to ba
tomething terrific. We get two or
three a day now. The-e are e chtv
two insine people in my charge now
ana rur space is getting rather slim
l wish tney would burrv on and set
ine new asyium at isonvar nnslied
Y e conld give it a start in bnsinem
light away. Anyway, lunatics re
quire a special care tbat can be given
nowhere to well as tt an ssylura
where tnose in charge make a special
ty of the treatment cf (fit eased minds.
If we provided for all the really de
serving poar tbat apply, ws could fill
tbe insane wa-da this winter. We
bavea 1 ttle over 200 inmates cow.
and when the cold weather begiLS
tuey win noca in oy me so-re."
"l ou have your hand full, then?
"Yes, eir. Sisce l'r. Ward died I
have bad ro srsiatance wha ever, and
tbe work is beginn ng to full on me. I
have nut slept at home but three
nights in evm weeks-. "
An etlort will be made at the next
term of the court to have ai appro
priation made to build a resident for
the superin'eudeiit and idiyeician on
the Aeylum grounds. As it ie he must
ulcep in the building with tbe sick
BEACH I Mi OUT.
Memplita Merchant Tnhlnsr In New
"The shii ping clerks around town
have to study up in yewinpby now,"
remarked a prominent wholesale mer
chant yesterday, "l'hey have a gttod
many new names to write with their
mnrking brushes mw, and then tlio
railroads aie building so many
branches and there are so many rail
roads, too tt at a man has to be wide
awake to keep up with them."
"is the territory from which Mem
phis drawa her trade any larger now ?"
a great deal." was tbe re i v.
"There is a lot of lion !a,'' pointing to
a pile of bolts being loaded on adray,
"wnicn are to oe snipped ouu miles.
Some of tbem, yon will notice, are
marked Like Providence, La. and
others llistrop, the otber side of Mon
roe. We are doing a gocd business
now in the territory about Pocahon
tas, Ark., and over beyond Brinkley,
which comes of theopeningof Thomp
son's road. We are pushing our trade
furiher up and down litiatington's
road every day. and business will in
crease immensely as soon as tbe Iron
Mountain to Huld Knob and tbe
Birmingham to Tupelo are thrown
open. I be prospects for a fine trade
this fall and winter were never better
than tbey are at present. Tbe indica
tions are not oniy for a good, but a
round butioes'. Memphis merchants
were never livelier or wider awake."
THE COURT SQUARE FENCE
And Other Tblna tor tbe Ctounell
"I have been tryirg to get Cnl
Montgomery to call a meeting nf the
-ity Council fortt)moirow,"'Bsid Gen.
ratta'strn, vetterdav. Hadden la in
the Weft, Lie is out cf the city, and
we could put a good many things
through. XI we could set tbe board
trgetber before they get buk now, we
might pa b a resolution lo have the
Court Square fence removed and have
it done by the time they got baik.
Montgomery is- in favor of it and I
think tbeie would he no trouble about
it. There are a gooi many things we
might fix up, you know," concluded
the general, wiih a knowing wink.
A BARKY BURUL&R -
Whom tbe Police Would Like to
"If you can give me a tip on the
darky who has been bothering us f r
tbe last few days I wculd be obliged."
taid Capt. O'Havar, yesterday.
"wnataind ci trouble'
Til, itonlir-ff nklnlmn. Krl ,lnt,a.
crats, loose cutlery, ted hot stoves and
things," he replied. "lie ia one of
those fellows that will make oil' with
anything he finds lying around, and
ocia-.ionally he growa bold enough lo
raise a window to get in to his booty."
"1 low do you know ths thiel IB a
darky?" was asked.
Nothing easier. You can tell a
negro thief by tbe character of stuff
he steals and ths way he does it. We
have it down eo fine now that we can
almost tell the ae, size and degree of
Tomorrow's Convention TodIcs
The politicians bave been quite
active during ihe patt few days pre
paring fjr the election of Magistrate i
and t'onstsb'es, and the convention
tomorrow to nominate a Legislative
"I hope ihe voters will tun out,"
said one of them yesterday. "People
re foo much in tbe habit of laughing
at tuch ehrtiens, when, as a matter of
(ait, it is exceedingly important tbat
we should have in the County Const
the ve'y brat men who will content to
terve. They fix the texts, attend to
county finances, roads and bridges, and
it is impo tu.t that tbe bilance of the
county should at least ksep pace with
the city. Live, progressive mon; and
honest men who will not he parties to
any j jb, ehotild be chosen."
Tbe Pioneer Herman Dally of Wis.
Milwaukik, Wis., September 21.
A quarter of a lentury ago today Der
1 lei old wasttntfd by W, W.Coleman
as tbe pioneer daily German re we pa
per of Wisconsin. Mr. Coleman today
received hundreds of congratulations,
verb 1 and bv wire. Twenty-five
y' ats ego Der Herold wes piiuted on a
Washiog'on baud press as a diminu
tive eheet wit'i tbe chief purpose of
c.unteracfina the ees-ion spirit here.
Today a Webb perfecting prees was
put in. I' is now a large eight rage
paper. Mr. Colt man was at first a h
ciated w.tu Vr. Bernard Domecbke.
one of the German pioneer editors of
denial Condition of Barlley tlsnap.
Nrw York, September 21. A writ
do luna 1(0 inquirer do was if sued by
Judge Andrews of the Supreme
Cou.t, todny, and Dr. Matthew Cham
bers appointed a commissioner, who.
with trie a'd ol a Sner ffs jury, Is to
inquire into i ha menta' condition of
Ba tley Campbell, the play writer, in
ord-r to have a comrahtee of h's) per
son and ettate app inte I. Thij writ
wts grsn't d on the petit'on. of his
wife and lister.
Tailor and Importer.
Most VarM I i "ow complete. The I.arirest, Choicest and
NoVKpr?!? V? !r?;er;5 "ernP'"- oonslstlna; of all Ue
. . . . .
Introduced h the l.ea.llnir Importers of Knirland. Vranoo and Oer
oi.H TA)Si taapeot my nAUNitacK.vr SIOCK. at my
Cor. Sieond and Jiffirton
I5ALL AND HOOF.
Israelii TO Til AFUlt.l
Littli Rock. Ark . SentumW 21
Ob the diamond at the Association
grounds of this city today tbe Little
Rock nine gave the Fort Smith's brag
baseball team eight successive aocs
eggs, not a man getting beyond tlird
base. The srore wss twelve to nothing
In favor of Little Kork. Thethtes
contett with the Hot Snrinirs cham
pions begins tomorrow. The association
recently organised in this city has-t
strong tesm, and there is litt'e prom-
tte held out lor the Hot .Springs Iob
who, bearing of the result of today's
contest, telegraphed the presid.nt
hers that they would cot be over to
morrow, but a compromise was Inter
etioe'ed and the same will take p'ace
as adveriiae. Much intetett is mani
fested by onr citizens, a Ifre number
of whom witnessed the playing.
AMERICAN AStNiM 1ATIOX.
llroohlyn, lilt 1'lll.linra;, e.
Naw YoitK. Septtmibor 21 Abnnt
ISOt) per pie witneesad the aitine nt
Washington Park. Brooklyn, todav
between the Bro klvn and Pit'sbii.tf
cluhp. The gauio was a tnotl on
Both Porter and Morris w re bat ed
hard, the home nlavera ilo nir tbn
heiviest slugging and capturiug the
Brooklyns 0 6 0 3 2 0 0 0 010
'ittsburg H 0010200 17
Metropolitans, 10 I.oulat lllra, S.
New York, Saptumber 21. The
Metropolitan and Louisville chili
played at Staten Island today. 'Ik
Indiana again played in fine term aud
won with remar kable ease. The home
olayera batted Kennedy all over the
o d. Unshman was also hit bard at
times. Rnaeman's batting was the
feature of the game. Sccre :
Metropolitan.. ..2 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 510
-uisville 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 13
Baltimore, l Cincinnati, 1.
Baltim6rb. Mo September 21
Neither the Baltimore or Cincinnati
ub was able to make more than one
run np to the etuhth ir.ning today, and
it was then too dark to finish the
game was called. Both clubs did some
bnlifant Melding, but hntb Ki rov and
Smith pitched magnificently and ths
atting was unusually light. Kailly
split his hand in the sevonth Inning.
Jurkhlll came on to first, and Kennan
went to right field, but did not appear
in tbe game.
BaTtimore 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0-1
Cincinnati.- 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 01
Nt. Lonls, ft A ih let lea, 1.
Philadelphia, Pa., 6r-ptember 21.
Tbe St. Louis champions won a game
irom the Athletics today , by better
work with the bat, earning tour ol the
a x runs they scored. The lccil club
played well in the field, but ran tho
bases stupidly. The batting of Fou'z
and O'Neil. and ths steady work of
both pitchers, wire the features.
Athletic 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-1
St. Louis 1 0 0 1 0 2 2 0 -fl
Boaton, 3t Wnahlnalon, 4,
TtD, T.. C..nl.l.. Ot I?-.-
ijkjniui.. iiiAi-o. iioJiuiiiuor .1. i-w
toh sUfr trtd another duf at to-day at
the hands of Washington,, the latter
truing three ot its four runs. I ('Day
and Stemmyer were both wild and un
steady. Under ins1 ructions from tha
directors the pnsitions of several of
the Boston players were changed, ihe
change proving beneficial. Superior
bating enabled tbe vinitors to win.
Washington 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 -4
Boston 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0-3
New York, 9t PblladelpUIn, 4.
New York, September 21. The
New York and Phi'adelphia clubs
played their last, schedule game to
gether at the Polo Grounds today.
The local club won, and the series
stands 8 to 8. Tbe local nine made all
their hits count, while the errors of
Cusick, Mulvey and Andrews were
costlv. The game was slow and dull.
The New York nine settled the gsme
in the fifth inning by scoring five
mi a Attendance, 1200, .
New York 1 0 2 1 5 0 0 0-9
Philadelphia 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 04
UarMns, B Banana City, O.
Bt. Louis, Mo., September 21. Hen
ry Boyle made his reappearance with
the Maroons todsy, and Kar sas City
warswhitewashed, but four scattering
hits being made off his effect ve de
livery. Myers caught him in beauti
ful style. In ihe sccoud inning the
Msrcons lit on Whitney and pounded
out two two batgors and two singles,
which, with Myers's error, yielded
three runs. Crane hurt bis ('do in
the fourth inning, and Quinn took hi
place. He made a pretty drive for
two bases in the seventh inning, send
ing home Cablll, who reached first on
a hit. The best features of the
game were the battery work of Boyle
and Myers, McKinnon's left handed
natch and a long running catch by
McGeachy, who led in batting. Srore:
H. Lou s 0 300 0 020 05
Kansas City 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0
l lilcatto, : Itelrolt. a.
Detroit, Micif, September 21. The
game b tween Cliicauo and Detroit
was interrupted in the flfih inning,
when the score stood 4 to 2 in favor of
The Bacea at Nheepaheasl Bay.
SiiKKTMiEAn Bay, N. Y., September
21. i'irtl Jtace. Three-quarters cf a
mile. Won by Lizzie Krepps by two
lengths: Lafitte second, Gardi-y third.
Serond lUice. For two year o'dv,
tbrei'-qua'ters of a mile. ' Bessie June
won by four lengths; Altny second,
Hypaeia thirJ. Time 1:16.
JVtirJ Riee. For year olds snd up
ward; mile and an eighth. E'gin
won by a length; Msgie J. f econd,
War E tt'e third. Tim 1:00.
Fuurik Rare, For throe year olds;
mile snd three-sixteen'lis. King of
Ni.rfo k won by two lengths; O Fallon
eem d. Hirhdav thi d Time 2:01.
Fifth A'ace. hot three ear olds and
nnwaru . nine anu an eiiiinu. aui iiib
, . M .1 i- l.il. .
won by three quarters of leng'h;
Valet second, Fioieuce M. third.
Sixth lloce Beven-einHhs of a mile
on the tuif. Won by Harofoos by a
head; B-cky B second, Thackeray
BELL TELEPHONE CASE.
r. Blorrow, for
CwcirniATi, Septembsr 21.-In tbe
Ball Telephone case in ths United
States Court today, Mr. J. J. Storrow,
for the Bell Company, tone uded hia
argument, which was direct d to es
tsb ishlng the fact that athe compny
had no such representation in Ohio,
as to warrant the government in bring
ing tbe company into conrt here. He
was followed by Grosvenor P. Lowry,
of Xenr Yt.rk, representing the govern
nent, who argued that tbe pto;ence
of it'H-rtimertsand wires in Ohio ope r
Bled by lie nges nf the Bell T ephone
Company, give the neceesai r jtiritdic
t ion over the to tipany in " (iQlr, al
though its principal cilice is ia mi
oth t stale.
Siecrctary l.ainar nt II la Beak.
Waniiinoion, September 21. S.ce
tsry Lunar returnel to Washington
this sltsrnoon nt 2 o'ch ck, and was nt
the lutorior Departmoiit late in the
FROM THE. PEOPLE.
Sibelbjr County J-Cflslatora.
To the Kdltors of the Appeal:
The electiou of honest, intelligent
men to rrpretent this county in tbe
next L'gi.lature more directly con
cerns the welfare ol the citizens of
Memphis than any e'eitlfin which will
oi'tur in yea s to come. It ia an abso
lute necessity to every one ot us, white
and black, old and yourg, to havesuuh
laws pasaed as will compel the pnscnt
water company of MomphiBto p ompt
ly and fully etrry out tue r contract ti
supply our people with an abundant o
of wholeeonie, pu e water, suitahlefor
all "domestic purposes. " I usa the
word "tompal" in iha broadest st use,
for the experience of six or seven years
must convince all t at the plcdiieaaud
promiteMO. oneeply irlveu bv I hat
comppny, will be toiitiutied aa long as
a go d dividend cm be drawn fioiu
the hlghes' style tt Wolf river tour.
So miny fini lied and legical ctrds
have been publi-ihed by Judge Latham
that I have sometimes been convinced
it is tho duty of the city not only to
buy new aud Improved machinery for
his watsr woiks, but a!sn to furniah
him with the water fit for "do
meMlo uses," and Ihen pay bim
a handsome dividend for hia
cogent and persuasive pronuncia-
mentoB. But that delusion, like
other metmeiio intiuohftesV'nas passed
away, and tt ii now time to look to
ths law making people of tbe State to
secure tbat element of life next in im
portance to pore air. Do you not see
now important it la that Memphis
must not oe represented in the next
Legislating by suoh oieaturea si pre
sumed to represent her in the last
one? Can you suppose that such
fellows, for a consideration, would
ht sitate to slop all legislation by again
locking themaelviB up in a hotel,
drawing tbeir meals through a win
dow and their pay when the Legisla
ture la compelled to adjourn for want
of a quorum to pass any law? Would
creatures with such a sense of leg sla
tlve duties and responsibllitiei be any
thing but putty intbebandacf a party
who would not like to be compelled to
do Its duty to tbe publio? The leesona
we have all been reading during the
past (Wkntypr thirty years show how
teloctanll corporations relinqulsh
the essence of monopolies; how
eagerly they evsde tnerptrformance
ot their contract! If tbat . tract in
volves anytbicg bnt goo will
and prayers; and that tho oey
remedy left the people in their strug-
gles against graed is stern but whole
some legislation enforced by honest,
fearlef s and just judges. Let us send
to Nashville men who have a sanse of
honest manhood, and who can balieva
they are sent tbere, not (o represent
their own private iuteres's, but those
ot the peon e ; mm who ran distin
guish ilia d (Terence butween the balls
of a Legislature and tboss of a private
penitentiary, improvised by and for
themselves in the precincts of a fash
ionable bote). In selecting our candi
dates on Thursday let tvery man
water" as his watch
Cincinnati, September 21. Night
River 4 feet 6 inches on the gauge and
rising slowly. Weather clear and
Oaibo, September 21. Night River
6 (eel 4 inches on the gauge and falling.
Weather fair snd cool. Arrived : An
aie P. Silver, St. Louis. No departures
Lodisvillb, Suptember 21. Night
River 3 feet 10 Inches in the canal and
1 foot 8 inches on the falls and sta
tionary. Htisinessdull. Weather cloudy
and cool, indicating rain.
This powAst never varies. A marvel at
paritr, straMth and wholesomeaees. More
eMnoiioaAan the ordinarj kinds, at.4
1 tTL'nra 0