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.MEMPHIS. DAILY APPEAL S3 ND AY, OCTOBER 24, 1886.
IDE LITTLE BRIGADIER
XII ES TBI FINAL EFFOIT OF
fr Congrris la the Second MI8i
slppl l)Istrlct-Ul8;Wfplt,k At
tack tn Judge Morgan.
lirioiiL TO tri irpiAi.l
Pasdis, Wis, October 25. Gen.
Chtlmtn closed bin ciiitw for Cm
fttta im the Btcosd Dimrict bere today
with speech tbmt wm lull of vmioiu
nB fillers t his opponent and what,
ke tVrmtd the "ilr.g." It was one of
bie bet eflbita, acd ia a fir e .pfcimen
cl the peculiar oratory of (be famous
"Litiln Ilrip." lUeaid:
I clone my ca rivals for Congress hf r
today, and 1 1 eg ret tbat My opponnnt
ia not Lore ti meet roe in debate. Tbe
tim-i honored diatom ia Miaeiisippi re-
rjnires candidates for Congrats o meet
each other face to face betore the pro
pie in joint discussion. I have invited
Judiie Morgan to meet me, but be has
declined. He is coracioue of his ntter
inability to defend hia own rec
ord m uongreea or the ex'rava
(rant and corrupt administration
ef Lowry in Mianinippl, and there
fore be is aim ii to meet mo, und
afraid eTf a to let the Demscrais of tbe
district boar me. When I spoke at
ileroandf), bis hem1, a larxa roster
nas put up nrglng "Deanocratn tontav
away," and at Senatobia, ifler lie had
spoken three hours, he and hi friends
attempted to d'aw tbe crr.wd aray
from roe by a colt show. H onre de
nnnnted the uegrofsO btcaus)
thiy would Twt hear loth aides, and
now white Democrats are prnBcliin
what they denounced in the nerce,
and the brinest mei of the Demecratie
party bow their beads in shame be
cause they have a candidate who thus
suffers their tanner to trail in tbe
dnt. If Mr. Morgan is too weak to
meet his opponent at home and amorg
bis friends, they foel tbat he is unfit
and unworihy to brar that banner in
the halls of Congress, where he must
meet the great lenders of tbe Repub
lican party. Judge Morgan and
his little maCliico t iok snap judgment
on the people in prrcuiioe his n- mi
nation, and, as tbe Holly (Springs South
says, he is not the nominee of tbe
Democratic party, but of "a little tea
nnrty composed mottly of bis own
trieudH." And yet, ono of bis txenses
for not meeting me ia that be Is the
nominee of a party and I am not. His
next excuse is tbat he wants time to
give an account of bis cource in Uon
greas, and yet he occupies half of his
time in repeating hia speech of two
years ago abont tbe achievement of
the grand old parly year ago. Again,
he ueuiiues to meet me becati'e Mr.
Ogleeby writes bim that he would only
be introducing me into good society,
and because llnnter Dogan wrote bim
to leave me among the negtoea where
I belonged. Mr. Ogleabyis the Dis
trict Attorney, who is notorious for his
violations of tbe laws aga nat gam
bling, and who I denounced to his
laca in the couithnims at Katpsville,
and Mr. Hunter Dogan was deputy
nnder his brother, who is charged
with being a dtfanlter in a large
amount as Sheriff of Talahatcbie
county. Mr. Morgan may feel proud
of such society, but I have no desire
to enter into it. He declines to meet
me because ha is informed by the
members of hia little machine that 1
am ergan'iing a race or II ct, but be
forgets that when there was a race
conflict in Tunica county I marched
with eaaall band of mou
to thirteen of tbe white race in
Anetin, while he sailed away to
Helena, where be was most Igno
miniotiBly treated by bptu blacks and
whites. He charges me with attempt
ing to get negro votes, when ten yeara
ago he had his namo printed on tbe
Jtepnbl lean t'iket for the purpuue of
getting negro votes. If I niakeHpeeches
to the negroes he and hia litilo ma
chine ciy out that I am attempting
to orgauias a race conflict; if do speaks
to the negn.es, "Tray, Blanche and
Nweetbeait" in full chorus cry that
he Is attempting to enlighten the col
ored mind. He claims that he (!
clines to meot me becnune his Execu
tive Cominit'ee ordered him to do so,
and yet bis letter to roe shows that
he dtcliued bofete he ever heard from
bis committee. Large numbers of
tbe Democta'ic voters are ashamed of
a candidate who daies not miwC bin
opponent ou the ftiiinp. They ar
Aehamed o( a candidate who appea's
to tnce prejudices agnicstan opponent
who matched boldly ti meet a rate
coull ct when he s'ipre;! away. They
are ashamed of a candidate who Raid
ho gave n pootMllci to his brother-in-law
ti pay for taking rare of his fam
ily during the war. They ore ashamed
of a cav.di date who denounced a Dap
tint puaciier, Job 11 anal, on the
stump a a liar, and who was
80 tuorotighly answered by llannl
flat every Bipt'et at lea-t who read it
he.ieves that Morgaa was the liar.
Tin y are aahau.eti of a candidate who
would tik about the Huhhle fund
with Ilanal's pamphlet a'aring him
in the face elating that i"0 was p.id ti
him for the part be took against Man
ning. They are ashamed ot a cindi
!m who would provoke on Isnio of
veracity on Ilight and b9 overwhelmed
wilb cirt;fieatP8 of liigh toned mid
honorable mi n shomg that Hight hail
told the tiuih, wtiile nctone wime-s
has yrt btoii found from the Uigo
eudience present who will certify that
Morgxn told thn truth in hi" d-ir.ial of
thestAtems ntof "Ma'collue." They mo
athamtd of a candidate who do
kjiii ee 1 at 8inlaw;:s high to:ied and
fconoriib'e gontlemun who vote I for
him two yea'8 i'g, arid tr-pucUlly
a-hamt d that h should apply such
i.n gu go ;o Dr. Lyh', whoisoue of iub
in tt t irgunt geutiemen and Qccom
jil:st:ori i: ya c umin Marnliall county.
Aid tliry" hung thfr heads ia the
dcpe ttbsme whin Dr. Lyle replied
that Morgan had kr.oaingly and will
Jjl y l.t it. Mo-gtu and liH l.t'.le mx
ch i e saited out to ignore me as a
f amlii'nte, but they tee the hand writ
ng on thM.wall that he is ov r a helm
it. g'y defeated unions loinething can
imJor.o tci eavn him, and hence the
ma. bine ban tailed upon Spntitots
i oive hi d Wa'.tLmll nd nnmliern of
lew t lights to come t iho r.-ecue of
ttit! dro'iurg uiau. Ai:d thn sii.gular
Hpocti-c h i p'8 H.te1 of (e )ige and
Wa tin 1, who are f ir the fr.'e coinage
rf r.ilv r und f t pn income tax, and
ainina'. the o'.eouiargarine hid, cahirg
on I) -ii ocrat i to support Slorgae,
when Mor.an vet ;J ajainit th: se and
a;a nst the niajoiily ef hia parly on
eEch cf tl e8n question. And not only
does M rgau defer; n niaj'Tdy of hia
par.y end voto with a uiajoiity if
KepuhiicatiR oi all these (piestion",
hut h'.i vo ed with Sa.ul s, of 8onth
0rr;ine, the (inly fall hlotulod ncgra
in; Co-gri S3, and jet Duifl crais any
they caurot vote f- r dial nirra because
Chwlmertijvi t'S with the riggers. lie
eaid ibiit Mcrgan would l e heavily
in the, while touuliea and at wh'te
boxea when the votes could be fairly
counUd, end if Motgin waa counted
in at (be boxes when tba blacks were
largely in tbe niajoiity tbe fraud
rould be to transparent tbat honest
men in a Democratic Congress could
not sustain it. Tbat Judge Morgan
bad said cpanly on the stomp in La
fayette county a few years ago that he
was ia favor of counting ent
the reura vote, or words to
tbat effect, and tbia rould be
proved by a prominent Democrat
of that county. That he now
admitted that he bad ad viced in bis
epeech at Bybalia tbe putting on cf
aixinooiera ana knocking down me
negro leaders at tbe polls it iitey or
Kao'cid in sauade ofteta. The or
Lgan'aation of voters Into tens with a
lealer to see tbat tbey registered and
vo'ed was Ttlden's ceiebrjted decimal
orianlza iun of 1870, and when I hor
rowed it from Ti den in mv circular.
Morgan showed hia ignorance oi
politics by calling u a loyal league
organic I'ion, and recommended mat
it bs bro'en up by tixshootera and
clubs. With such a record it ia im
pcsnble for him ti receive any nrgro
votes, and if tbey are counted for bim
tbe fiaud will be transparent. I am
informed by a distinguished Green
back friend that Judge Morgan's
speecnat Jia'eavino was an open ap
peal to Democratic leailors to res itt
to (be same practices in tbe election
mat were used last year. And hena
tcr Oeorge'a speeches as reported to
me amounted simply to this: Tbe
Angltiicon rces are the only racea
nt to govern and must govern at all
hazards. "Win the election honestly,
U 5 on can; but if not win the eiec
It is well known that in this Con
gressional District the Arglo-Faxon
race is in tbe majority, and therefore
iuera is no necessity lor any encn
appeals to race prejudices as
aie reported to me to have been made
by Senator George. There must bs a
divielr n among the whites bt fore it is
possible for the blacks to have any
chanco to control or even asrist ir.
cmtrolliog the election. It tbe whites
were divided on two white candidates
and t'je blacks controlled a b'ack can
didate there might be some excuee for
an appeal to tbe whites to stand to-
S ether. But when the only candi
itea are two white Southern men,
and both ex-Gonfederatea, such
speeches simply moan that theb'acki
ahull not bs permitted to cast the de
ciding vote in favor of a white man,
or any other man, unless ho is the
nominee of the Democratic party.
It means not tbat the Anglo-Saxon
race must rule in tha South, but tbe
Democratic parly must rule in the
South. It is but a repetition ot Mr.
Lamar's celebrated speech in which
he poured water into ink, and said
that thereby hite men htcame black
em d and contaminated who voted
with the negroes or attempted to lead
thim agitios' the Democratic party.
It is a p ain declaration that the Dem
ocratic party shall rule in this dis
trict without regard to numbers, and
I propoee that this question shall be
squarely presented oefore the Ameri
can tbngresi and the Ameri
can people if Judge Morgan is
c .tinted in at boxes where the
minority of ballets are cast by
colored voters. I propose to lest
the question whether trie Republi
cans, Ureenbackers, Knigh's of Libor
and others who oppose the Demo
cratic party will permit this bold
assertion of higher lawiera not only to
dominate the South, but by this
usurpation of power to dominate the
Union itself. 1 have always opposed
the domination of the white man by
the bla k man in tbe South, and I am
ppo-od to it now. lint I believe this
run be prevented by fair, honorable
and intelligent means, short of either
fraud, bribery or violence, and I am
in favor of adopting all caid means to
protect the Anglo-Sixoa race and
none others. But I utterly repudiate
the doctrine that the white man be
c.im contaminated who undertakes
to teach an J lead the negro in re
ligion, morality or politics. It is the
highist duty of the Southern white
man to aid in elevatinir the colored
race and l-a ling thorn in the true
path to proiperuy, and every party
elinuld be free to eugige in this work.
And it is only the diet tteof a coward
ly despotism which teaches that no
man but a Democrat rhall organizs or
instrnct the negro in politics.
nediectiissd at length the machine
government in Misihs npi; said it was
both extravagant and corrupt and
showed by the report of the same
Stiite Treasurer, Hemingway, that the
cash in the treasury was $524,383 on
the let of July, 187(1, when Atnes
was Governor, and only J liTO on tbe
lt of July, lSSt), when Lowry was
Governor, and thn Leglnla'ure author
ized the Ha e of $)U0,UlK) of b md to
ca-ry on the S.nte Government this
year, and that the trtil public debt
had been increased Ji'70,0t0 since
Lowry became G ivernor, and was to
day greater under Loitry thin it wai
under Ames. That the taxes were ap
parently reduced but in viow of the
price of cotton bnrder to pay now than
under Amos. He said that Burkett, a
icpresentiitive of the people, had ex
posed the Lowry administration and
suUl be should be impi ached, and for
this a con of the Governor stood at the
gates of the capital with a shot gun to
murder him a disgraceful scene, un
paralleled in the hiatjry of free gov
ernment. Ho discuseed the seiiool
lnwandahowid how unjustly it was
d 8 rlhuted. He Raid tbe promises of
economy ajid reform were equally re
pudiated I n the National Government;
that tbo number cf Federal rflics
holders bad been increased and the
appropriations for next year were
$64,000,01)0 greater thin last year.
He said Hanatnr George denounced
tho Republicans for their immense
land grjnti ti the Northern Pacific
railroad, when Lamar, Hewitt an I
McLane in eeperute Cm greets had
reported bills from Democratic ccm
miltees to a Democratic House to ex
tnd thie same hind grant. He said
Morgan made a mont ndicnlous claim
that a Democratic House had restored
laud grants unearned by iailr-ads,
when everyone knew that the Dmiio
cralii House conl I do nothing that
win not approved by u Rpuhlioaa
8,-nate, and that Georga and Morgan
had both violated thn Democratic
platform in voting to reta il the land
grant of tho Gulf and Ship Island rail
road in Migii'sippl ; that George de
nounced the Republicans for creating
national banks with power to make
S) pgr rent, on mo..oy, when the D.iui
cratic Lff'idature in Mississippi bad
chattered banks fiitlt power to charge
15 per cent, internet on money; that
GeorVe had c'aiuied that the great in-
quality of wtalth in tbe United
States was due to the protective tariff,
when iiii same im quality in the
wealth ef ind vlduais was mors glaring
in fres trade England than here.
I a conclusion, he eaid newepaoers
had charged that h had denounced the
Hie'.'tiug of Confederate soldiers at
Henatobia as a political scheme, gotten
up by bobtailea p diticians. This wai
not true. He had too much respect
for the Confederate cause to eprak
R ightly ot such a reunion. That al
lha Confederate generals in Mics's
sippi bad been invi'ed but him, and
Moigan was announced s the orator
of the day. Tlut what he had said
was this: When asked if I would at
tend I said no, I lave not been ia
vited. The history of the war baa
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL TUESDAY, OUTOBEK 26, 1896.
been written by Gen. Joeeoh E John
ston, Gen. Beauregard, Gen. Hood,
ma son oi nimey joa evn, and in
the a'ory of Forrest and bis cavalry,
and in ach one of these you will
find the name of Obalmera mentioned
with some distinction, and a few bob
tailed politicians at Senatobia cannot
cnangeilie niotory of this war hy re
using to recogotze me as a Con eder
ate aoldier. In ttie reunion i ol
Federal soldiers m distinction fa
made on account of noliiice. and I
had boned there would be none male
in the South. That this would bia
tie that never would be b cken by tbe
rude band ol politics. Tnat
it would be like the
tie tbat binds tbe husband
tothewifo. That aa we griw elder
and tcfer down the hill of li'e, we
remember the jojsof our early love as
we C;iiued tue hills together; and
tbe sweet memoritscf our yeathful
love only grow stronger m our heads
grow gray and a e blotsoining for the
grave. I had hoped tt.at the tatue
weuid be trne ol tne mys'le tie wnicn
binds together the siidiers' heirts,
that we who had slept in the raw,
cold damp ground, wno had heard
the whistle of the minuie balls, tbe
booming cf cannons, the bn s ing of
shells and the roar of artillery, and
who bad seen onr com adet fa 1 and
pour out their life's blood by eur
sides, would be bound together by a
tie which politics could t ever break;
hot in this it seems I was mistaken.
But I care not what part ir an bate may
do or say. I care no: wnether my
name has been written iu luster or
not. I am willing to leave my reputa
tion t J the men who chrg d with me
on tho light ft ink cf Johueton'd army
when we d ove Graut in othe Teunea
sce river at Shiloh;to ihe men who
ttesd wi h me on ttie bloody heights
of MuoforJsviilo; ( i'he men
who siw me shot down in
tbo front line at Mnrfre shoro,
and to the men who rode witti me
when we followed Forrest, the great
est c.valry leader of the worl i. When
they come to sit at night time aronnl
their firesides and dandle their chil
dren and grandchildren on their knees
while they teil their stones of the
war I am not afraid tha', my ntme will
be f irg tten; and I leave it to them
to protect it againt-t 'he sUn lerom at-
saulti id moetiack, (ea her bad scouts
and malignant polith in.
THE LOU SIIEKP,
The following poem is raid by
Charles A. Dana, ed tor of the Sun aot
compiler of tho Wtll known lltmiehold
Hook of raty, to be, "without rrgard
to dialect, one of the m et beautiful
poems in the Eoglish language:"
I)c in ana ob de dh.epfol'.
Lint auaril do ihcepful' bin,
Look out in il. gloonierin' in- adowt
Whar de Iodk niiilit rain beaio
ifo he a ll to de hireiin' iheuu'd,
to my sheep, ia dey all cume n?
Oh, den aayii do hireiin' thepa'd,
Dey' aome dey'a bliu'k and thin,
And louii dey'a po' ol' weddu'a,
Hut de rei' doy'i all brung in,
but de rei' dey'a all brung in.
Den de maea ob de sliooiifol',
Dat guiird de fhociiful' hin,
Units duwn iu de gloouiehu' meadows,
Whar de long night rain begin
So he le' down de ba'a ob do shoepfnl',
Callia' of, "Oome in, coma in 1"
Calliu' lot", "Come in, oouie iu I"
Den np t'ro de sloomorln' men Iowa,
T'ro de col' night rain an' win'.
And up t'ro de aiuomerin' rain pat,
War de aleet Fa' nie'oin thin.
So po' loa' aheep ob de alio plol',
Lloy all coinea fadeterin' in ;
De po' lot' aheep ob de liooifi)l',
Dey all ooiuea fad'tnrin' in.
Hallu Pimlt Madtan,
Tne Brollierbaoil of SI. Andrew.
CniCACio, III., October 24. The irtit
General Convention of Council of
Brotherhood of alt. Aadrew, an Epis
copal Chnrch organixtii in which or'mi
ntted three years ago in Ht. James
parian, utucigo, was held in Cen ral
lUusio Ilair last avening. Delegates
were present from twenty chapiers,
representing eight dio;:tfle8, ex'ending
from Connecticut to N.brski. A
constitution was adoptoJ, a Central
Committee elected, and pieparntions
ma te lor greatly extending tne tfro'h-
erhood. 1 he objects of the orgin za
thm are embodied in the two vows
takn by all its member; to pray dai
ly lor yuunii men and to iahor indi
vidually to bring young men into the
Onr Knild Trnnntlorj txlalnee,
Brief as it la at the longest, ia liable to be
materially eurtailod by our own indiaora-
ti.na. The djapeptio eat what they should
not, the bilioaa drink eoSoe in exooaa, and
tha rheumatic, nenralgle and eonaumptlTe
it In drauihia, got wet feet and remain la
damp eloihea, and then wander when ill how
they became ae. To persona with a tendency
to neuralgia, we recommend a dally ui of
Ilnatetter'a Htouiach Itittera, and alwail a
wineglaaaful afler onaviidable exposure in
damp or otherwise inclemrn' wenlher. Kf
fioient protect inn is aflnnlod by this pleaaant
safeguard, which eilanis a genial glew
tltrough the system, invigorates al d tnnoa it,
and pro otei norve tramiuility. i'eer and
ague, bilinuannsa, eonstipation, dyapepiia
and renal disorder, are among the maladies
whieh it remediea and prevents.
A Hnllrnnd l.ftaaod.
Washinqton. October ' 24. Two
deeds execu'ed by the Virginia Mid
land Riilroal Oompanv ou April lHh
last were placed on record yesterday
in the corporation court of tbe city of
Alexandria. Thn firet is a deed of
trust ti the Central Trus' C mpany,of
New York, to sscate H,500,000, and it
is intended it is said to lake np the
various series of bonds now outbtund
ing and consolidate them into one
eerie. The tecoud deed is a lease by
the Virginia Midland C nipany for
ninety-nine years of all the property
to thn Richmond and Danville Rail
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Louihvii.i.k, Kv., October 23. Mies
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rliift, l,om of Appatito, UMdM-btt, haul Brtvitli,
Irrvfful ir.ttw inddanui to JSntili. Umrii R
d-.wu I'ainr Baokaoh .. k. 6 T A D IC E R '1
AURANTII w Invaluahle. It fa not panaoo
rr all tiin-on, ht wtll CURE nil UlHfMse yf
th. LIVER, STOMACH aat BOWELS. It
t'lianKtM tliti conipluiKin inn a wmv, ywlU.w tuijrti,
to a rtidity. tiealtiij cufkkr. It fintiruly tuuioTra lw,
Kl.mmy fplrita. It ia oue til tUo Alritiht
un-i rnritxtrt of th J)tW"I, and M fl raluoM tonir.
F.ir mIo bj all Unurateia Prt SI .00 per bottle,
C. F. STADICER, Proprietor,
140 80. FRONT ST., Phlludolphta, Pd.
Not only shortens the lime of labor
and lessens the pain, bat it irreatly
diminishes tbe dinger ti life of both
mother and child, und leaves the,
mother in a eondiiion mnre favorable
In speedy recovery, and less liable to
Floodina, ConvulsiuDs, and e-ber
alarming eymptoms. lis eflicacy in
this respect enlttlr. it lo be ca'led
Th Muthir's Ksirm), and to rank
aa one ot tbe life mvinj remediea of
the nineteenth century.
Wec.nnot iublih e.rtificates eon
eerninathia reined r wilh.ut wound
inn the deli -aey ul the mitera. Yet
we hare hundrtU; on hia.
Send for onr book, "To Mothert," mailed
iiiiinriiLn kx.i i.atou om't
W?u! prfe;t ui. litute Mother)
inilai. lMvlut,. Iu jhnlera Infnntura
mmI Tethlna:B A pr: food fur Dyw
Pent ice, Cqmumpe" i, corwaleeeenla
n-l tiutrwat lo Vanin DlaeaM.
hqntrM uo uookiua The Cars)
nnej renoinai of Infanis, wii iru.
Lo u una. (luyuiU 'o . wMg. Hiaa.
VJkKTCn AKMIo.f'S and Women.
VfAli I tU w Mil "'J us, CIULUB
BIIlLr." introdaoiKn tj ll.J il.Vin
eon'. U.U- One ut I-" il "J in a town
ol 7 ii If c ae7o ib aT.ilie ul IM; one
new Met,' ; a l'i '!'.' n (wo sareea
aive weei.a; one W io S dan two diflVent
littiet. tiperteno. u-.t D.eem.ry. Addreaa
C'Ar;;UL2. k vu. '.L't'd.l
vi iirin(.,( ,.r.., f'tji"aire.
ir T ' 1 l l" V.'IK
1 i i ' i t i i rf.i
, .) i
L. . . ' r.S'V t..i.i. i.".,:;.r
FADER, FRANK & CO.
Ciim Factorslolesi km:
2t Front wirpet. OppowHe flnHtom Ifowwe.
HILL, FONTAINE & CO.
Cotton Factors and Wholesale Grocers
SDP-SOS Front Pi,, Memphli, Teim
HILL, FOlflNE & CO.
Cotton Factors, Commission Oerchant
3To. HO 8entb XXnin Bt.. St. lVanla.
EDWARD MOON & CO.,
XON. 8 aiMi io IJMON STKEET, - - MEMPIIIS, TEISW.
DEALER IN WALL PAPER
Window Shades, Picture Kail Mouldings and Mixed Taints.
HOUSE, SIGN AND FRESCO PAINTER.
JUO. 225 NECOIVD NTREET. - MEWPHIS. TE1V1V
KELLY. ROPER & REILL7.
Ir ocers & Cotton Factors.
Wo. StftS Sfala Street, myoM Block.
FISHER 1ARBLE WORKS
E TO CALL TOUR ATTENTION TO OUIt LARGE STOCK OF riKISW ED
MAKBLK. "We are prepared to furnish new work f rum lateat designs on short notice.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED TO BE FIRST CLA$
In .very respest and to give entire aatlafaction.
We aoljolt Tonr patronage and request tbat you call, examine our atock, prices, etc.,
hefnre purohasina; elaewhere. .
Mew Cotton Gin5
Nos. 201 and 203 Madison Street, Memphis, Tenn.
BEST Tnraonl naid Nninple jnnrHii(rl. Good weiirhts, and remittances prninr
If made. All Cotton Insured while in Xraiisit and alQin. Kacka furnished on ap
plieation. W ne the "Hulftu IinlwHiIrr" and unlnnd all wnirnn cotton. Hive u a trial
Huling from Mulberry to St. Martin Streets
VSr Insurance and Sacks free.
5aT The Largest and only Complete Gin in the city.
tfaTBest Yield. Best Sample.
LaU of J. 0. Day A Son; Late of Meacham A Jiorton. Late of Bailey CoTiafta
DAT, HORTON & BAILEY,
GROCERS AND COTTON FACTORS,
360-363 Front Street Memphis Tenn.
Quarter or a Century in
Nos. 322 and 324 MAI NT
GUNS, STOVES, TINWARE,
DBIVEN PIMPS, POINTS, PIPE.
C0TT0x AND WA(iOX SCALES.
EVAPORATORS ANT) SOBG1IITM TUTLLS.
E, I, APPERSON
364 FRONT STREET. MEMPHIS. TENN.
Wholesale Grocers, otton Factors
And Ccntniission UarchanU,
232 mi 234 Front St., Memphis, em
nr. t at. Aani.:;u, i . WV&?&-&$ Cott Mifmm
COTTON FACTORS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS
JXm, 831 Front Street, Cor, Tnlon, Memphis, Tenn. .
BEHBT FBANK. JOSEPH FADEB
HIDES, FURS, Etc.
and Second Sts.
the Hardware Business.
ST., - MEMPHIS, TENN
k Cotton Factors,
Tboa. Clark. al. M, CI- at.
Grand AUCTION SALE
f Chole. Selected Iaip.rfed
At Vmtom SHwk Tarda, Heanpkia,
Wednesday, Nov. 17, I88S.
(Sale Begini Promptly at 1 0'd:ck.)
TBI9Importa'ioa of Bo'etein Cattle haa
b.en made by na under the auspieea of
"The North American liolttein Herd Book
Aaaooiationi" aa toundaiioo eteok for fin.
herda in the South, esteren SUtee, and em
bracea only su-h animala aa hire for their
airea and damatha most auperior milk ana
batter record, to be lound in North Holland.
The entire impo'tation haa been reciatered
in the "North Holland Herd Book of Hoi
land." and will alao be reaiatered ia " Th.
North American Herd Book of America,"
embracing 55 Ueilera in Calf br (neat Hol
land Bulla. Also, a aener.l assortment of
tne Tonna Bulla, ready lor serviae, Heifer
and Bull Calves of (prim of IDs, and grown
Cowa from 4 to 6 yeara oid. A complete cat
alogue is now in preaa, firing fail pedigree)
and milk and but'er record a oonnteted with
eaeb animal. These cattle have heenahipped.
direct from Holland to tbe Union btoek
Yards, and will arrive between tbe lat and
7th of November, where purchaser can in
apect tha lams. No animal will be disposed
ol at private aale, but partiea who attend th
aale may rely upon each animal being-put
ap and sold aa advertised, (street cars now
run to within three Mocks of Stock Yarda.
ADA.MbON t KoKaLUSON, Importers.
BrFor Catalogue, or in fir mat ion addresi
O. V. RAMBAUT, President Union fcitook
Yarda and Fertiliaer Company.
Qnestien ia engaging our agricultural com
munity. Messrs. R. Q. CRAIG k CO., Noa.
tV7 and 39 Union atreet, Momphla, Tenn..
daily in receipt of
roporta on growth in diversified cropping
corn, oata. wheat, rye. barley, ocreala, anal
orchard, herda, clover, tall meadow oat
grass and timothy iraag
All our worn out ledge l' nda may be re
claimed by towing rye and clover on them in
fall or spring, or aoaing eow-peaa in May.
June or July, then turn coder, and
improve the land.
It. G. CUAIG aft CO.,
Agticultura Implement! and Bead Dealer.,
CURTIS & GO,
817 and 81 0 Jtf&
SAWS? BOILER I
LOGGERS' & RAFTERS'APPLIANCES
SAW AND ?IAN!N3 MILL SUPPLIES
Jtf 1VRIT1S FOR CATALOGUED -W1
"M riiTnn a nn A book 01 1M Pagea.
JNEW5PAPERlt be9t book for
' It containa lilts nl
newspapers and estimates o theooatol ad
vertiaina. Theaivertiaerwbowant toanand
one dollar, tin da in it the information lit re
quire!, while for him who will invest on
hundred thousand dollars in advertising, a
aoheaie ia iodioated which will meet hia
every requirement, or can ba made to do ao
by alight ohanger eaaily arrived at by corre
spondence. One hundred and fifty-three
edition! have been ifiuod. bent, poatpaid.
to any addreaa lor ten can. Apply t lif.u.
P. ROW ELL k CO.. NKW8PAPIR AO
VEHTISINO BURKAIM'J Bprueeat. (Print-
na llnnae hauare'. iew ior.
(UK jotrr tctnilor for K-o Ortirlnal 83 Shoe.
- Bewaroof Imltutinna.
None Gennliie unloaa bourlug thiaStamp
JAMES MEANS' $3 SHOE.1
Hade in Button Con press and Lara. BeM Otff
bliil y9 Comfort and Appear
ua will bring you inform
tion liowtoK' tthlflfihutj la
Duue or Aornwiy
41 uncoin bl.
C0KGFU.5i 'Winmias '
TTifa shoe etanrta hlirtier tn thewttmotlnn of
trmMr tnan any otui-r iu me worm, -i nou
enndTho wear it Will toll jou the ruison It o
ait theiu. 4
J. V. VOEGELI&CO.
A Valuable Patent.
ltnacr'a (Hone) Torn and Pes Flan.
HA VINO perfected my invention, I wish
rn nine it before the public, apeeiallr
mnnnl&Aturera. Aa a Corn Planter, it ia a
perteot success opena the drill, distributed
the aeed accurately, nnininred, and ooverd
the aame, therotiy one man porlormtng tna
work of three. The. have been used ia
thiaaeotion forovor a down yeara with per
fect satisfaction. (Jon give reapociibla teatl
JOHN il. UAHUi.juasayville,
Hwimrf connt. Tn.
Tni! BELT or Re
gonor. tor ia made ex
pressly lor the ourc
of degeneration ot
V.VWKIC.BU.rjgan. There ia no
Jjif ,' FOR' V mietakaabou thisin-
. TJ . - "T .trumnnt th . et,n-
t - . . & . ' ilh. ..n.rBtiT. nr.
them to health? aotion. Do nst confound
thia with Electrlo Belu advertiaod to curt
all ilia from hoad to toe. It is for the ON is
apecifio purpose. For circulars giving foil
ntoroiainon. auares. .neever electric ieil
Co.. lift W.hintnn atreet. Chicay". III.
No. fi2M, R. D. Chanoery Court of Shelby
county iaa otewart va. Uoorgla ban ntew
art. BY virtne of an interlocutory decree for
aale entered in the above cause on the
lHlh dav of Oelober. IHKu. M. H. 64. aaae
48H, I will sell, at public o action, to Ihe
nignest Diaiier, in ironl ot rne uiera ana
Matter'! oiV,oe, courthouse of bbelby county.
Memphia, Tenn., on
Natnrtlajr, Knvember IS, 1HH0,
within legal hours, the following described
proertv, situated in the to. a of Arlington
(formerly Withe Depet), bhelby oounty. Ten
nesee. to-wit: Bermaiac at a stake 51 feet
lrnm the center of the Loo.ii.ille and fcash-
vilU H.ilrnB.l. nn th. ..Uth Side Of laidr.il-
road and on the west aide ef Ur'enlee slrcetj
running thence wtrn aaia ranrnaa soutn
west 8 ohaias and 91 links tna stake on Jack
mn .trM.r : th.nce with Jackaon rtreot south-
eut 3 chains and 42 links In a stake on Jack
aon and Walker straits; inence wion walker
atreot northeast 8 chains and til links to a
atakeon Ureenlee atreot; theneewilh Green
lee strert nortnwesi a eaams an I VI linta to
the beginning eontainiag i aerea, mere or .
Term! of Pale One-half eaah; balance In
twelvemonth.; note bearing interest, with,
approved aecority, reair4; lien retained.
8, I. MoDOWKLL. Clerk and MVa
By T. v. ualdw.li, lepty 0. and M.
fraft k Cooper, Sola, for oetapl'ot.
1 l ' V ooj
1 kiV -is iltmuons stream
Pflt"! U-Z"3 il V KLBCT1UC1TV
llHkl'; .,. i'nVl I meatin. through
HiLII X'iv' UitLI narta mils'