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PflELAS orraERAL 1ID
TO EDECATIOX-A C03VISCI5G
ASSAY OF lUlBOEITIES
To Support od rmsUtn Oar Candi
date for CoDjreia in Bis AdTO
ccj of tka People's Wants.
toounroxDUCi or tri afiai..I
8omtiu., Imnn., Otlober 20 In
ny report of the speech made her
by Mr. Jamts l'oelaa there bis not
been tut I hsre seen any lull report
ol wbt tie said about tbe Blsir bill
and Federal aid to education. I
therefore send it to yon for publica
tion, from nctcs taken at the time
It is ceraviocicg beyond coutradie
tion or 0 mtiofeniy. Mr. Fhelanitid:
One ef tie curious political phenom
ena of the day bat been tbe partially
succensfol aaempt of tbose who op
pose Ffdtr.l aid to education to con
found this central principle or meas
ure of public policy with the Blair bill.
The bill itsrli contains certain proris
ions which do not go to the extent of
supeMUii n, but whiih tend somewhat
in that d n clion. i.s a resnl, tbe
most yiolent barsngutis have ben in
dulged in nga nst tbe l!!a;r bill snd
Federal aid to education ind.scrlm
nately, a it the latter conld only ex
ist in the former. The absolnts down
fall of American inJtpendonce hrs
been predicted, thfse predictions be
ing basidun the details of the Bair
bill. I. bus been studiously ignored
that another bill can lis drafted d s
csrding a I the details of the HUir bill
and ei'i'ply providing for the tli ttibu
tion of certain buojs of money amrng
tbe Kates, cn ilia bula cf luitorocy,
to be uaetl by them in perlec log
such syatcms of public inmrnc
tion ai may alveary ex it witti
in tboir limits. Agiirnt this
Idea no eiicu a'ganuiit bis e-r
beensddcead. We piopoje to nog
gpst to the pia'tii al com men sni83 if
our readers a lew idem on this mb
jict. We shall Ignore tbe Blair bill,
as being ro loigr an ifsue. Xrin
questlm row is, thnll the genua1
rnvAmmnnt hell) IIS in OUT lll'Jlt 0
pd idkti r,nr cbildienT As for the
norm itn'iona'v f ihe i? rural priu
clple of Federal ii) to cdiunfon itirrj
can be no doulit. Without go ng into
adi'coMl n of the poirjta invumu.
tbe tnoie fact tht Lamar and GBr'and
n1 Jar-Vain, the three iieinotrane
constitutional lawyers rf ihoS-uate,
voter! for the B air bill, is a Bolfkiml
Inmifi tinn for those ho limit it
comtimtional. The principle wai ai
guod from eve y standpoint, and the
most inttdliiK'nt iewrpaprs of the
Ko:th emcedel that the Hlar 111!
men had overwhelms g'y curried their
point. Ko much bi that ihs Naw 10 k
EvtnivgPott, which vlolmtly oppose,
the measure, alticki it solely upon
ik. ff nnml of ita ir,eu eilioi cy.
lint U it nnconaiitutional? Wav-
inir a dltcnasinn of the Bair bill,
ohm ilntmla cnntiia icimnriant con
rfiiinna. I think it can clearly be
Bhown that it is corstitutlora', even
by the ex osit on of the very authori
ties e'ted by Nov. Murks and those
who attick if. It is true trial MSiiieon,
Jeffsrson and e.bois declared aaa ut
that com traction which enabled Oon
jrrfS', under tbe gntral welfare
clause, to appropriate money for such
purposes. H is not a very fair discus
sion of this question to real thee au
thorities and yet to Ignore the luhee
quent change of opinion on this sub
ject. A constitutional amendment wa
first advocated to accomplish this re
sult, Butsubs'quently Maditoa and
Monroe snd Jrckson and Pierce all
took tbo ground that, under tbe gen
eral welfara clause, (Jongrees could ap
propriate monoy to obji-ota of a gen
eral naturo, but that it WHS
unconstitutioral to sMirnie ja
risdlctiou ovr those things
which were contlnoJ t) t'm limits if
any particular MHo. If tnybodr
doub b thiB b a'eintnt snd the currect
hoes of my position 1 would iuugBt
that hi get On. Jacaaon'H Mavaville
road ve o of May 7, IHllO. Ho re
views the history r f the peculiarly
strict coi strdutbn r.f the general wel
fare clsnto.and shows how it was
mndiflcd. In this messago hetayr.
"Ihs symruutry ani purity ol ihe
governmfnt would coab'.lo-s havs
baea b Iter preserved if this lestiic
tion nf the power of appropriation
could have been maintained without
weakening its ability to lulllll the gm
eral objeniB ol its instituiion an
cOVct so 1 krly to st einl tts adui siioit
that every subsequent adinir.isiration
of tV.e goveiniuuut, embraiing a
nnrinil of thirty out Ot tbe fo.ty-IWO
tiar oils existonce. has a-'oiitid a
enl'ired couflttnt'tion of the
power." lie refois lo Mr. Madison's
Oimhrrland ro-.d veto, which lie
placed oi tho tround ol is
heirir nnr?lv Aftf in Us nature,
and oa.s: "I bave Lot lomi abh
lo eoni'lder tlieto dcclavntions
in idt other point of view than is a
toiici Siion tint the right of ai pmpria
Uon Is not liiuitoi by the power to
ftrrv Into i flee title measure ter whtcu
itin monev is asked, is wis former y
contended." This ii exactly what is
contended f r by thoie who favor sa -
l."u". . . . . .
tional am to eati-'i on. yoogreus iaa
appropriit this money ur in s, even
though It raunot carry out tbe nit as
ure for which the money is a ked.
Mr. Mooroe vato.d a bill making an
ppropration for tbo Cumberaad
road. His objection wsb that Con
gress rould not atstima jnrisdluiion
over thiB or like object, out tbat it
bad an unlimited power lo rase
money and a diicrettonaiy poser In
spending it, limited only to the duty
of appropriatirg it to purpose! of
common defense snd of genoral!
not local welfare. JaokBou him
self expressly accrptad this con
Bttuctiou, a couitiu'.ticn which
covers the principle contended
for by those who favor naiomil
and lo education. But all this grouud
has l?en covered ia tne disoms'on
wibicti eosued is to the conttitut eual
'ltyof liilornal linprovtin-nM. Tluss
restEolely upon toe general welfare
.clause and the regulation ot commerco
has not&ing to do with it. In addi
tion to this, an unbrik-n line of
preiedent (uda'us the coniti utior.ali
ty of tbis measure with an overwhelm
ing weitiht of sutl'o ity. Air. Madia ou
Miined a bill giantiag relief to these in
Venexiela who had tutlcred from a a
earthquake. He s'gued a bill ii.tiie
nting vaocino nutter among the peo
ple Certainly ignorance is as worthy
ol treatment as smallpox. In 1817
food w8 sent at puVic expense to i in
land. In 1807 the I'nited Nta'es sent
the louh fo id, snd ki 18il sent the
earns to Frit cj. la 1870 millions ol
monoy went to the Centennial ch -bration.
WfS this to tenniate rom
mircs fce'ween the States? Tun Now
OrlemB Kxp s tion received a million
or so. lbe Asr ojltuial Jsnteju r'a
solely upon trieg"i,eral welfare cla'iB9.
t?o Jo the Indian tohiols at Car
liele ar.d ll.'mpton. for tliote is no
clanto In the oiiiiiml treaties rallirg
for thorn, and even bad then 1) en,
Congieps cannot bnd itBe f e.'.n-t til
tionally by a treaty to do nn uncou
at tot'onul act. What does the G o
logical Sorvey Service rtst upon but
tne geneial welfa'e cl.'.usi? A-'init
that tbe National Bmrd ol HealtLI
comes in under tbe regulation of com
merce clause. Still tbe constitu ional
obj'C ioni to admitting tbis ti te trne
are no stronger than tbe adaUshin of
tbat conatnicttoa of the general we'
fire clause, sanctioned by Maliron,
Mnrroe and Jackson, which admi's of
Federal aid to education. Hoir ab:ut
the r-milhsunlaa Institute? Will rime
one familiar with the other aide of this
gnes'.ion give us tbe name of a aing e
dnatorwbo opposes ca'ional aid to
education, who alio bai ever opposed
any appropriations to tbe Smithsonian
iDstltnt, or to the U nlogical Siirvey,
or ti theMew Urban Kiprs.tion.orto
explore the North Pule, or to send
suppiits lo the Chicago firs sufftfre'S,
or tbe yelow fevir sufferers, or tbe
oveiflow snlTerers of tbree years ago,
or to tbe building of the new Con
gresiional Litrarr Building. I am
unable to ncdsntand why any
8oa hern Benator or Kepreienta'ive,
having the true irilereitsvof hia people
st heart, should stickle at an appropri
ation fr which there Is auh an acca
mnlaii n of prccidott". Among tbe
bills pfsed in tbe sossion of Unngreaa
beginning- Novembfr 10, 1818, and
closing Much 3, 1810, waa an act to
provide for the civil satirn cf the In
dian tfiliei a j dning the frontiers, by
which tue I'res:doat wasau hor'z d to
emplcfsuiiahle puons to teach aud
encourage them in agriculture, and
io instruct their cbildrin in reading,
writing and arithmetic. What treaty
I s Ifl-d tie appropriation signed by
Monrotif What consitut'onal claue
jus ifled a grant of pubi c lands
to the o ylnmof the dual aud dumb
In KenniukyT TnU wai prsspd in
182(1. We have f,rt me to discnsi
the con-eisioiis of those who opios
national aid to education. Tne appro
priation of the tan of public land),
a' d a so ihe c ition tax, Is e xuctl on a
lar with tho anpropriailoii of any
other money, is it all comes nut of tbe
United BU'ea Tna-ury and gies to
ihii ot j'Ct, its end of the curient fx
penrot and th public debt of the
kovernmeut. Tim peop'o ara beg'n
nirg to seo ibst the objections to this
mo eura are nioio personal thn con
si ut;onl or 'C'liom'cd. l'i two
yoare, 1885 srd 18H0, o have srent
rnoro th in $10,1,01)0.000 for pensions
All if this no ly goes NoriK. Why
should wo reject; an appiopria'ion
w'oieU fs deiirod to offiet, tr a emH
i x ent, lia thH get o'rl gnvernmont
laueeduatoloaobythd war? Tne r-a-sma
t n;ato us iejo t.it ehuiild car
tainly lMvehonftrorgennngh lormkn
(itrland and Lunar and Wado Hamp
ton snd (iwrga and Pugh and very
nea'ly ll tli other Southern tVnaloH
also r.j ct it 1 snppoio they know
somethii'K of cont tuilrtnal las'. 1
(tippcs thpy arogooil Uemocrtts. I
Mipi.oie tney know Hie needs of 'he
t?ont!)eri people. I supprso they
knew wlmt they woie ahou', and 1
proffr to follow tbe In preference lo
tne four or flvo Kou hern fc'enatoiB
who v)led azainst this uiuwaro
l'lOrtsi is the jirsvniling Idea, and it
Is iluie to break lores from the bond
age of tontlmt ntal pnli ics. We need
mors bueintss same in politics, 1ifb
narrowness andia broader stateaman-
Bliip. And every sljin Indicates we
are going lo have all of these things.
THE PltESIUESr COBiTHIBUl'iS
Te ttie MuflTtirrra ail Sublwe
II I Ller.
WAFiiiNfiTON, October 21. Presi
dent Cleveland has sant $1K) ti tbe
sntTreie at Btibine Pas, as tha f jllow
ing comtuunicatioii shows:
f , Knani'Tiva MiNaiau, )
WtfiiiNUTuN, October ltf, VMS. t ,
01. A. U. Uolo:
Mv Iicar SiB-The late terrible dis
aster at tiahine Paas. in the St me of
Texas, and the destitution, en during
and death thcrtby oc.-naioned, luvo to
roused mv tviuntthv that I should be
glad to contribute to tbo relief of the
Btrickon people ol that, locality, who
are bo mui h in need of help. I have
notfefii In the newspapers tha men
tun of any appoints medium by
Vi'h'c'-i my purpose can t o ral'zid,
snd I have therefore dt tit mined to
avail iiivoell nf lOiir knowledt'e ol the
plac ami people aud your liutr st m
all that lortit'r.B to tvactirnl aid in
Biicti a oiu e nid to request you to
uudiV ake that mv (in H oot.tribution
herewith f nclosed be pU'-ed wheie it
will rei"vo the mom didreis and
need. Thtrikinj yon in advanco or
what you w.ll do lor mo, 1 am, yenrj
Ppiit, it i livilik'lit timo, tlin lima nf rntl ;
AIM roiiHfi Hint nciiry ini'inn t.i nml Irn;
bit il'iwn Ihi'IiIi iik in tln i7imlnini:il nut,
M trm Willi tha liriahUcri of uur latin
Pour, iliou art trouklod. Lot mo thara I hy
O T r Ii il l'ivT , nx ulinrril tliy unnsriinn tifiun.
I nin no I'liihl, (IioiihI 'hilitli'iiul, h ilf tortiut.
Lie clum Ii tiitiU iuo, vriili ita toyi and
II ' v:a
1 Hiu a tvii.min. wnkod tiy Inrpv Inva
Tn kii linmn'ii ucrvil nliiii lira allchtl
Tliou liaH elect ,il inn tunlind nliova
All nthrri in lliiiia iiourt, 1 vlaira uy
Nut wilo ulnnn, kilt nia'f, in. I oim'-.te I run;
1 atia-J thy roo, let mo hiiro tby rut !
DiU-rY Ilmnwlt. Hod hnth msila It in.
Kilt rrnni Urn lianit luall URa tool
1 And evil u.vorY Let the world's we.fi tos
l,i bna no lwh eh love rnnnotiituna.
Kh ,u . hRtj , .,. wt UIMIl
I hull lint f.iint nnr filter by tha way :
A d. liBlber plnud oriunihin overDaad,
I hkll mil fall lhaili inv dvinc dav.
Pill Inra m, love mo. lat uur heart and lipi
Oiltn nlnner to our nurrnw lhn in Joy t
Let IhIHi nutnhlna our fortune in eclll'e.
Asd lova dm wealth a lout and broken
Jnv msde ur sled, let arrrnw find at trna
(iudUeacduurriea, )lnill hleinnurruo!
All ( r, nt Wound
Ure Trnnnin in Kealal I lie (oiler
tloa of Itrnla.
Duiii.in, Octobor 21. f'niiV'l Ireland
slates thi't Gen. lhiller declims the
apprala of sheriQs fur polite pro' er
tion while engaged in tho wo-k of
eviction until lis has pusonally lo
qu r.d Into tha nutiiM and justio i of
tieia o. Thu paper urges tcnaiist)
ornniis and by conibineJ action re
sist the co'lo t;oa of mnts.
The (o men on Pooronby's estate
In Cork have lelnstd a proffsred re
dnotioi ol 20 mr cent., aud demand a
loducliou of 40 nor cent.
Belief Ielr4l f r ihe Wirklow PNh
einira, Dublin, Oolobrr 21. Fisheries In
rpeotor Hayes reports the Iobs of ves
so's u'ong the Wtcklow coast by tbe
recent Btntin aggregating in va lie
$'J0O,00i, aud he save that unlo'S relief
is afloidod there will be much diitrets
tQtotijhout that reg'on.
I.eaa t rlnm la Irrlnail.
Dt'iiuN, Octobor 21 K itnruB show
t':at fewer crimes and out'ages were
coinmiiied iu Ireland Inst week than
tk.o average weekly umber during
tho lant lour year?.
A oal I.ndrn Proppllrr Nlak.
Giikkmhv, Wis.. October 21. The
propeller W. L. IImwii, with a lull
cargo if coal for D.'po'O, sorting a
leik and sut k in rvventy-alx feot of
wati-r off l'eibtlg. Tliociew es.aped
in a inifili butt. Hie was valtlidat
J33,0tK). Chicago anil's bold tome
iiiEU'r.C3 on tbe hull aud cargo.
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL FRIDAY, OOTOUKB 22. 188G.
CHAUSCEY F. BLACK,
DEMOCHtTIC CAS DIB.tTC
Of Pinnsjlranli, oa Blaine's Cam-
pairi in Tbat State It Is an
Insult to the People
PniLiDiLrHia, Pa., Octob-r 21.
At Gettysburg, Monday lat, Lieu
tenant G vrnot BUrk. tie DemJ
C'a'ie candidate lor Governor of this
Btate, mt-.o s speech, ia the oontsi of
whica be criticissn very -overe;y me
pressnce of Mr. B sine iu l'enupyl
vania. He sad:
"OI Mr. James G. Blaine, or of my
distinguished competitor, Geo. Beaver,
I have rothing to siy bnt that which
is in the personal B-uise perfectly re
spectful. But I think I may profit
ably remind them both tkit wa are at
pretent engai-ed in a campaign Jo' the
elfctlon of S:ate Hikers aud a State
Legislatuie, and the importation of
Blaine, with bis retinue of actors
from different States, with tha cheap
s'egs tinsel and sheet iron thunder of
18:14, to it (luence cur conduct in the
dutcrmlra'ion i f cur own local tfliira
in a daring insult to tbe Intel ikience
and pstiiutiem of tho nesple of Penn
ylvan'a, which will be riS'ntod at
tae polls wi'h even deeper indiuna
t on than wes the Buruhard clap'rit1,
where It waa attemptsd to pr.:st.
tute the clcre-y to political puv
nosas, or the BjIhIhmiu least, whro
Yanderhilt, Gould a-d a mlghl7 bioad
of smalUr blco;. suckers, sat dawn w th
him to celebrate a victory over tbe
people, which, by the providence of
Grid, thev never won. In snifi ot
Mr. B aiuo's nndign 11 d and oironslve
Aa I M ....
lirnlllULlU JJ13HUI Uiaiftr, vj i ",ci vivid-
land, an honest and fearless man of
the people, was elscU d In 1SS1, and
tbo hfap and shallow devices which
fulled 1 1 save Biaire himself, will cer
tfin'y nor rave Bovver. Why are
Blaine snd thu Ma nn gaog here at an
onoriiKins expenre to the mon1 p dy
inttri stscf this8:ate? Why has the
HUto been wjiked over as ith a tine.
loo h comb and with tha use of vast
auamitesof money to create an ao.
taront interest In thu irra'evant rant
( f a foreik-n actor, dross ed out in the
dirtvetaue iais of twiye rs duo
Simply hcBSits i BeMver ii oerhoim
inuly btatn todiy, ami lieaidhii
nmairs know it; because l hoy date
not lure us uuon ihe real isuts of tbe
campaign ; hecdiiss it is an ahmlute
iiecs'Bitytd withdraw ihe attention
of the peop.e from tboir own
hnme ifltlre, it thy would bivs
tha monopolis 8 uod the coo
ruotionlats from a defeat more
crushing thsn thao of 1882. B it it
won't do. Mr. Biaire cin't elect in
Pennsylvania the m in h Ireachor
ouely did his level best to d dcat fonr
years ago. Suppose when the riot
dill b ibara were before the Dauphin
County Court for sentence Mr. Jamoe
G. Blaine, of Maine, bad suddenly
appeared before theb. r in spangles
snd feathers snd demanded a susnen
si on of sentence on the ground that
l'oiinoylvania justice fairly meted out
to these convitts would depiive him
of a romination to the Preeidency,
would tbe Court have pa'd any a: ten
tit n to him? Will the paoplo who
are now abou. to pars a similar judg
ment concerning their own dou.ts io
k flairs give any heed to him? McBt
certainly not. Tbo man who lent
what feable aid he could t3 he'p on
the t'do which swept out B mr,
Qnay, Kemble, Cameron and Cooper
in 1882, an 1 whosi hands are, in the
jiolitical sense, dripping wifi ths
blood of FoUer, will not mate a vote
(or Bjaver iu 18S11. The bargain
had better never have been made.
Tne moi opslis s might bettor have
laved their mo.iey or employed it la
another Bnlshazzir feast. Tue hour
ins alrcck for them. Tho inde
pendent home uilers of Pennsylvania,
iceklng the perpetua'iou of honest
r-tve government, will not restore the
ii,(niou3 rule of the State ring to
oblige tho min from Maine, however
izreiit niav bo either their mc3seii"8
or his. I lincerely hops they will
keep him and hia whole troupo in the
H at unt 1 election day. 1( it, co ts
tticm foil.OdO tho pioney will be well
spent in tlie intvro4i ol tho Demo
cratic ticket, an. I, bing spent o:l
I', aino, they can't spend it as hereto
fore in buviog diamines', voters. It
i.s Stirling the hearts ol the taxpajing
teoplo of this Ktito to their very
depth?, and it the in-niting fii'ca of
the tn itl and the bloody s .li t 1) kep
on the stogn Ion on !iih in thiSH'.l
emrrofBinc S ato edition mr majority
w.ll ho bin onongh to end lorevor the
tUA biisinovi of vii.dicitltig old tickets
both in side
aid outstdo Pdpui-y
UAKSHAM. It lZI)iE
P.nv.-nlo Ilea Jlinrrnble Tr.iilo.
Paris, October 21. In regnrd to the
reoent publicstion in l aria of whs
purported (o ha re volutions from Ger
Diar, ab.u' Maximiliau'a oocnpa'innof
Mixlco.lt Is learned through ollieial
e on b hero tbat the Lt Nomeau
Monde, of Pails, of 04oher 11, 1880,
eonteinen some Iragments of Gen
Dial's I!i tt r, accti iug B sains of bo-
in a tiattor to Maximilian, ai extract
of which was sent by cable from Paris
a few days ago and published in the
New York papeis. Tbe following is
so Koulieh translation of the letter
"Manbal Bis tine offered, tbr ni jh
a third person, to deliver to me tbe
tawns occupied by Ihs l'rorch, as alio
M 'linilian, Msniiiox and Mitamon,
if 1 accepted s proposition be male,
refused his oil r as diliouorab'.o.
"Another proposal whMli sptang
from the auoo oiler ol MaiBhal lis
Mine W'S in icler.iic ti ttieaoijniii
tionoItlOilt) Runs nnd l.OtHVO.H) caps
If 1 ha I do i ltd it hi would Iihvh also
fold mo powdi r an 1 csnucna, but 1 re
fuced tuou p'opcas".
L1TBKA11Y K OTES.
Wi have fo thank Juhn J Bvme. cf
Ihe Gicgon Iviilway and Navigntinn
Comnanv. for a c my of Ihe f el Mhitrr,
a monthly pub ioation d-voted to the
iotonsts ol I'raogon, roitanj e:pe
CAfKSii.'s Family Maoaisi. fo
Novem'uor, has a very attraeiive Uibl
t.f contents, embracing tonlir.uod
s orics, po'6frini ekitohes, short
storise, notes r f well known placfs, a 1
of the. n admirably Il'usirated. 1'h
departmonts rro all well tilled and the
KPiirrnl tone of a tlrst cia s niaaiiae
Til r (list EUinbpr of .tmcricju .4rt
Illustrated more thai redeems th
proniifes of tho prospectus D Is
soiTPHi so fur as print ng, Mutt'nti on
and coutents ao, etij tt only noi il i th
prompt pstronago cf the public to
maka. it a nu'CPS financia'ly. Oidir
of Mar.sf ;rd, ou Mi' in rtreet.
A timely brochure his reached ns
from Mr. William Paul Gerhard. C.l
entitled The 1'itMitivn of Fire, chk'U
with reference to hospitals, asylums
and ether public lns'ruiiup, wh ci
might to be io the bands of all to
whim tve cs'e and aoernnient cf
such institatians era committed.
Th SorriisnH Tbavklis ' Official
Railway Gums, pub islied at Atlanta,
deserves he pdronageof rilioid com-
paaiea and tue traveling public. It is
essential to both. It contains all
needed information as ts time of ar
rival and departure of tia:n, location
and lim tand c nnections of railrcade,
and sktchesof the principal towis
of tbe Hoath.
RHorrsLL's MoDSBt IIoosis is a
work tot only for builders, bat fir all
who at any time contemplate bund
ing, from the man ot small iu-sls t
the millionaire. It la a plain and
comprehensive gnide tbat none can
afford to disregard, and we ommnd
it to th general public A work prv
r'ured at grtat cos', it is sold at only
$t. per copy. Addr si publisher of
ShpifWi iltdtrn Ututei, 191 Broad
way, cw I trx.
W are In receipt of a espy of th
fourth Annual Report of the U Angtlet
Board of Trade, wbich tells all aoout
thu "B ilr a s and Trarmaor'atioris,"
' Freight Movements," O.snge fhip
"Kainfa'l," " Topog,aphv," "Sil,"
"Mineralogr." "Fmii (irowicg," "Gar
dening," ' Wages." ' Ci'rns Frn ts,"
'The (i ape," "The Om ;ge," "H i.in
Makinir," "Biesand Honey," "Pttro
learn." "Th" ejport." "Sou hem Cal-
ifornin an a H'sltti It-voit," "How to
et. Aili're'B W
II. Mcintosh, L. S
Allrrn of Urn Marlln Iu Ihe I-
terrot of Ibe l.lnle J."
ISFIOIAI, TO THB APrBAL.I
Jackson, Mihs.. October al. Gen.
Will T. Martin sddrtseed a crowd of
renres n'ntive cliiz ma o( Jakhon at
ti e City Ha'l tin uitiht in the inUre-.t
of i ho ' Littls J." railrond. He on-
cuaee 1 nt length tbe great advun a tea
of rai roads in the buiuliug up of cities,
and dilated at length o.i tho co.ise
nuent proipeiity of cities of railrr.nd
tentori. Ho wants J ckson to mo-
scriba lfUO.000 ti tbe mpi:ai ttock o!
tbo load, in 7 p r cent. b nde, running
twenty years. No wton waa tak n
by the nieetiug of cit'z ;nii, except ti e
iu'lliiig of a main mm t:iw ol c t zona
for ni-xc M ndny u'tht t con
tidor tin qtienioi of enbsirip
tii n, aud wi at ainou t, if aiy
to lecmmRUdtl the voters of i:o
city. Tho question of subSJiif tirn or
no subscription bas heoo fice'y dit-
0U8 led on the streets today, and puo
lie otiinion is greatly divided thenoi,
both as lo amount snd sa to aay tnh-
s( riplion at all. Iu cons deia ion of a
betui suUHonplioa on the part oi ine
ity the c rap mv agieis t bu Id aud
maintain it machice nhoi s heie. A
oommittje of tnirty leading c:t z nsnf
ittinkm rou"ty were nre jesien a? to
int"ivew G.-n. Martin and W. 1).
Crane, cf the Crane-Barnes eyndicate,
in the c-ndi-avur to ltulure ttem to
rnn the toad via Brandon. No definite
conclusion wre retched thereon.
Mr. II. 11. lliaes, of the Auditor's
Hi :e. snd Miss Mvttlo E. Wendlcy
weie married tonight at the reeidenoe
( the bride s mother by tbe Kev. JJr.
nealli of nn, Ann l M. W libera.
lariotAbTOTis affbal. I
Jacicsox. Miss.. October 21. The
deepest and moBt aennine sorrow per
vades our community tod-y boi auHtul
fie el ant h of Mrs. Annie Mitchell
With-rs, wife of Mr. Jno. P. Wi'hsrs
and daughter of Dr. T. J. Mitchell,
uperinteudent of the .unatin asylum.
She died at 6 o'clock this morning af
ter some tlirse weahs' liluesa. ne
was bom in this place and fp nt her
whole ptt'e life here. he was one ol
the mos: lovely cnsr.,ctiri ttiatev-r
tnnoA unit mtnrrnil t.hn Rnni,t.v nf
ackfOQ. tiae waa admired for tier in-
toihgi'nce, hvr mo lest domeanor, her
KHinle a oil loving dispotition and for
all the virtues that constitute the true
anduob e tvpeof woiiian. She was io
ir24'h vear ana lias tnus b.on cut
off iu thu bloom of l fe. She was mar
ied to Mr. Witlie:s Njv.mber22,
1SS:. Her funeral will take p'oce
oin St. Andiew a Epltcopal Canrch
at 11 o'clock a.m. touicrrjw.
IIIEI'UILMAS CAK COMPASY'S
r.xHiiua:cer Nenl. t J, .lint I't'ullrn-
llary for 'ln lenra.
Cinrsoo. Ii,l.. Otto'ier 21. F. J.
B a.ll-y, ilie ex-mansK 'r of tins Pall
ninn Palate Our Company, was lod.jed
in tlm totintv i-iil I his uiominp. At
0:",0 o'liln k bo was arc signed b fora
Justics I7on and oi tho charge of
niini'r.7. onii nt ha waive u extiiuiiiat oi.
It is undsrcto'iu h:s tnul in the C.tai-
inil Cnurt will lnk p'a e imnvdiatoly
and tint by Kiinr.lay be wiH ba
lo.'L'el in ttie ponifntiary. Brad-
lev wastikpn b?fi ra Julne C il.ii.flHt
abiut 11 o'clork tnH mom ns and
uloid cnilty. Ttie oltioors raid tie ex-
pressed a wish to bs eeut to J jhol at
once at lie waa anxioin u uet out
2ifl acd have the iat er over with
a mon aa poa.ioie. juagu uoiulb
Rnnteaced him to five yenrj ia the
penitentiary at Joliet. the neceaairy
nsnara were oidereii mode cui' at once
and Bradley was takon to Joliet on
the nojn train.
Twrniy-Neven Veanel nnd One llaa-
drtil and Hixteeai i.nea a.oas.
Ci l.irrgHTMR. Mais. Oetirier 21.
The owneia of the scbonier GeDroe L
Smith, whioh aailed for the Gracd
11 mkH Auumt 14 h on a Halibut voy-
aje, have Riven her p for lest, bhe
carried a crew of foit'teen men. Al
Imit rnrnared Uihiotf Iom this port for
euvtral s aeon", aud they wcio cans d
ere l a line cree. Toil makf s twenty-
B"vn vBsa'a lo3t. ot tun t .t a va'.n i t
f 17.5.000. and Ho lives po far this
v.nr hv which tweuty-fiijht V.Vi
were made widowaand flf j-six chil-
dten remlerrtl fathilejp.
MISS S. F. MAY'S
Reopens October 4, 1886.
PUHI.8 prerared fot''Th,e Art f5""!"1'
Leaaue," of New lork.or any other
first class art school iney may uesira io enier
SO. 57 fSTISEKT,
Iff avHTVM'H ONMKI IAI. Ol.
IV at KuacMt'iaih Kt.. Walhinatnn. D. 0.,
oiieris Ocroher IMh. ProTid'S i rartieally
uefulbn"ineasedueatl"n- ierras: Ltfaarhol
...1.1,,. am itnanlinf. ittitinerv. elo.
twlve worlds' enire,t;6. For iiroular (tree)
address MrtyuaComuir3irii toMere
MEntrAi. "t:rAiirji kmc
Tulano University of Louisiana.
Formerly, lStT-lf-'M. the fniversity of
1 n.li.iullH I
ITS dvantures lor irai-tirl itistinotlnn la
diseases ol theSoulhwoa ere nnrivalod,
a. tha !,, A,.,r... It ,11 lCf Kh II 11 d H n t mtert-
l fri'tn t!ir Brent t'harity lin-iUil with its
Tim beds, and 31.0.M pmn-nif ennuaiiy. oui-
.la,.,. h.,v. nn K.,an lul-Tlfl til IIHV and SPC'
ciHl Instruction is daily iv'0 at Ibe bedside
ot thesiok. as iu no otlur institution, rot
catnlitgue or inf rtnatlun, s.l. Irons
IV., 1 H K riiAll.LK. M. II.. Dean,
P. 0. Drawer 201. ac Orioans, La.
Are You Bilious?
Is Your Liver Out
So closely connected with the blood is
the lierr, that nny medicine which acts
njKin the blood must of necessity lie a
remedy for liliowsnru and fi'rer dittata.
Liver complaint ia most, commonly
cauaed by impure blood. All the blood
of the body, be it pure or impure, strong
and healthy or weak and vitiated, passes
through tho liver every few minutes.
Tho liver ia the filter for the blood, sepa
rating its impuritiea from it. It ia also
the organ for secreting and preparing
the bile. Think what will happen when
the liver becomes clogged or when it
aecretcs too much bile. Then comes the
dull htaty headache, lost of appetite, drotcsi-
nest, pain in tlie riijlU tide, tlie akin atfumes
a sickly yrllvw appearanrc. This ia called
biliouinets, and if not at once relieved
will result in
Inflammation of the Liver.
The only sure and aufc treatment ia the
Uf o of
IiltOTf'X'S jnoy HITTERS.
Tun valuable remedy acts at once
and directly upon the blood, removing
all imiitirilkti, furnishing it strength
and healthy action, and when paus
ing through the liver in the filtering
processes furnishes just the elements
needed hy it to perform its operation of
secretion and preparation of bile actively
aud thoroughly enabling it to throw off
tliehilo in a proper nnd wholesome man
ner, thereby keeping the passages free,
the ducts open and tho whole action of
riie liver natural and healthy.
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS
will do all this, and in doing it the Jrov-
liness disappears nnd with it the pain in
the tide. Tho headache is cured, the skiu
once more becomes fresh, dear and
smooth, tho appetite is restored, and
health, glorious health, follows the uscof
BROWX'S IROX BITTERS.
Oonttipntion, which always accompanies
liver troubles, is always cured by Brown's
Iron Bittert. All other iron medicines
produce constipation and headache.
Broicn't Iron Bitters docs uot produce,
but cures both.
iDo not he deceived and allow some
other iron preparation to lie urged upon
you for Urown'a Iron Bittert. The dealer
may make more profit on some other arti
cle, but w hat you want and wdiat you must
have if you would be cured of frer rfw-
eatc and bilioumett ia
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS.
The price ia only one dollar a bottle.
Each liottlo has trado-mnrk and crossed
red lines on the wrapper. Tho genuine
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS
is prepared only hy the Jlnmn Chemical
Co., Baltimore, Md., hut is sold every
RcmDved to 303 Front St.
Botwcen Monro and Madison, Nearly
"To the VICTOR tho LAUREL."
Pt.emment In every hishtr duality, the
HANAN SHOE hu bacome ttia cecoio.iad tjnJnl
lot line v,ai amonj disciiminating gentlninan.
A ?laii lltiIlialiiniiJ t'onarlenre
'ill dnr ptly prrtljudiem cirflrnsly plclird up
aihrn truth klltit-kal thi ditur. Sm'h an- Invilrd
a. Irv nn. lUitr O " IIUDUII ktUH-M. l I kWW
the rtKull : f wry mail whn Wllllt, Ihe Itrnt and
tinrst .iriti'le in the nurku will bctoinc a iierpn-
Bal " 11. in. in umn.
Dlt. D. 8. JOIIXSOJTS
o. 17 Jefferson Street,
(Botwaon Main and Front.) MEMPHIS.
I Established in 1860.1
,R. JOHNSON Ii acknowledged by all par
I I lias tntnrested
hv fiLf the most sao
eonlul physician in the treatnientof lr
or secret diseases. Quick, per uianent
nr.acrat diseases. Uuick, peruianenl cares
Ileoent c:ea of t.onorrhoa and Syphilii
cured in a f w dnya without the nsa ot mer
cury, chance of diet or hindrance from
,n .vnrT pajin. dihjb ur idwhii.
business. Seoondnry byrhllis, theiasivea
.:.,..Pa.iiAatil wiihriMttha use of mercury.
lnvolunsnry hiss oi icmtn min'wu m
timo. Sufferers troni impotenoy OT loss ol
u.ii.l twiwnrs restur o tu tree viaor in a tew
weeks. iftuns 01 seii-iiiiue siunvwn'
yenery, eulierinK irom seermaiorruaa ai
loss of physical snd mental nuwer, speedily
and permanently cured, rnrnmiiar aiw:ii
..n;.l ... tha UUnMdf.a of Women, and
cures unnrantf e.!. Pt'es and old sores cured
iil, nut tha use ofesuatic or the knito. All
unult At.iins Rtriot.lv it, fi.lentlnl. jiledi-
cinos sent by exptoii to alt paria of the
a-.w-kv orKtnctnon enrea ei sin tuo
rates. Dlhco hours irom o c;ocu n.m.iw
oVIoca p.m. v. , ji'ii..-w.. ni.i.
tKsaHLYN,X. T. Hoard cn tha Hill,
Mrs. U. C. Howard, am WabmioB
Tn.W Unnll hrlt. I,,n,irilfl rtO IllhtfUl.
(Ninviinient to cars to Manhattan iieach,
Coney Island, Luna Reach and Central Farll
alto to iiaw loiK places 01 uiuvjj.
5 I W t
'. A. GAGS & CO.
Wo. SO Front Btret
W. A. SMITH, Proprietor.
r$ltfMW-?l Ul ALLISON IsEtD
tJJWm -WAU kind, of Qi
Sl!,?--' w" Discount to
LIVERfflORE FUUNDRY AND MACHINE COSSPAfaY.
FOUNDRY & MACHINE DEP'T,
Iron and vfp
IRON & RAILWAY SUPPLY
tSuoeefiora In this ipartment to JOHN MANOQUE.)
girWrHi nn for InfnrmntioTi o" ANY THINK in either Hn.
B. BMIin, of Guthrie, Ky. J. W. STILL vf ELL t CO., Troy, 0.
75 H0LSTEIM-FRIE8M CATTLE 75
All Reristered In the nolstein-Fr'esiao Herd Bonk at I"W City, Towa. . .
Will Fuiitiveiy aell, to the higbeat bidder,
rius. Dl, adu ll ihuuius aireui.,
Sfempliis, Tens., October 37, 18K6. Sale to romincnre at 10 o'eloek prompt.
Kot Mr. Smith ll one of the first to
pairt aown more money in ine irt n,r mo 'inni
Soinh. With ere be hue felocted hia Cattle, and his herd will ahow lot ihe olves. He ia
ed by tbe well- Known oreeaers ana lmuoricri, . t . duuwbh a. -y.,wuu umvo nutu ma
n.t.m ni.u than anv nthpr broeders oi this breed in Amrrica. In thin lot will be
2il une Cows, rangin from l!io 3 years olds 20
Calves and lo unely nrea nulls, ineoom ouiier iaiuuien win oe repreaenieu nuua m .u or
oides, Prinee of Xwisk, Aaale, Ecb, and many others. Thie will be a fine selection, all is
fine !h"i't. and in eall to nnte'1 Balls. Send in your name for oatalonun to 1. B. t-Mlfil,
ot Outhrie. Ky..orJ. W. bTILLWKLL CO , Troy, Ohio. Don't torgot the day. Kow ia
the time to buy at jnur own priee. Kain "r shine they sj'l. . .,. ,
R. K. JSUMlfiflON, Auctioneer .
.1. W. Mi'luflll gin will sen m nn hi
J. X. JAStASOK. C. C. HBHr. R. A. PARIE WBOMali
S3 Fffo-t St"3Qt,
Cattra aaailf n to as will haya oar etrefhl
.l rl' ' ' T1""
W. T ROWDUI3. ,,0lf
VHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALESS,
Noi. 218 AMP 280 FRONT STREET. MEMPHIS.
Late J. T. LaPrado 4 Co.
Xed to announ t .our frionnnd .he tmbliencrally t
e them in our new c.nacity. Keturn.nK thanks if' tbo v
e iiiwi.. a mar-it and receive a share or
nern in our now .....Vv,.
tended us m """" "
11 Union f&trvet. z t ganiTta -crm.
M.O.PBAROE & Co
Cotton Factors & Commission Kerch' is.
Ko. 2S0 rilOHT STREET, TENW.
Cotloa Worhonc-Xoa 8S end 00 Colon Mrc.
UtJ A liPT?
; Mempliia j-ena;
AVERY GIN CO.
W. A. Smlth'H l'at. Separator
Eagie Eclipse Holier Hins,
Plain lO-Iuch Gin, on
SOUTHERN HT4HIABI PH.KSS.
Yriea at Jactorr. 9100 ana
COT J ON CLEANERS,
ot RsimircJ. Siiecial
SB I iiwl oa Front Wt.. Mniiil, T""'
lOto 174 AdamsISt Merupbi f
Bolter Ire a
S i plies
DEP'T, 226? and 228 Second St.
at P. A. JONksi CU. a Cuiomiibien btable,
embark In the Uolstoin eatt'e in Renturky, and
coming 2 tear old Heifers in calf: 20 Ueifer
a.ninu, . r . w .. . y
n".nifniipnf inn r in nutrn -n-tw in i.rn,nrr,
Manulaoturer's Agents for
Dauiel Pratt Cotton Gins,
FEKDEB.S AND CONDENSERS,
SMILEY, fSilTtl CO
Prnlt KellpieHiHUr Ulna, Feed
era and Ula Kepalrera,
98 to 104 Poplnr St., Memphis.
S-Pratt Bayolving-IIoad Gins une
qualed. btock now complete. Prices
reduced. Correspondence ona oruen
lOlioitod. Old (iins Reiiairod in First-
la tird . All work guaranteed.
We carry at all times a wall
JOnN Mcf BrTH,
Lata with J. X. LaPrade A Ca
ury lihonil patronage
. .v, , Vonr tBTors in thane
MiMJRATH A I'll.
JOHN Ii- MoC'LELLAN.
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