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TAILOR, DRAPER & IMPORTER
Ho. 38 MADISOH BTBEET,
ii In receipt of a larger, more varied and better se
lected stock of CISSIMEEES.TVORSTEDS, SUITINGS
tad OVERC01TIXGS, (all
tlons.l thaa was ever shown
tock comprises the choicest
aad most d arable good In gentlemen's wear.
SQf" Samples and Pricei on application to those
who hive left measures.
For imall ahye terrier dog.
tEW HaBt bluo hair covering
tovenng 'nne ana eroi.
R.J.D. WHITE 2t" Main, cor. Jefler-
C'lISTERNS-Built and repaired and war
J ranted. Inventor of the Sanitary Port
land Cement I'ami.. Contractor and brick
layer. Telephone HKK. TIKIS Ol'HKINtf.
STRAYED OR SiOLEX.
HORSE Bla?k, with small white pot In
head, one on breast, and raddle mark
on baok ; about 16 hands high, eairiea a high
head. A lim ral reward lor his return to
eorner Hill and toventh s treets, Chelsea.
Red eow. with while spot in fare, white
pot on each liana. Will pay a liberal re
ward on her return to oorner of Baventh
and Carolina. treets. EDCKr'LKY.
MULES On the night of Oct. 3d, 3 miles
east of Collieryillo, 2 blaok mare mules:
one about four yearn old, in good fix and
trimmed up. with little white spot under
jaw; the other, ten or twelve soars old.
rough, and not so -well trimmed. Reward
for information, or return of mules to J. W.
Young, Memphis, or
W. T. PRICE. Cnlliervillo, Tenn.
ROOMS ASH BOARD.
DESIRAELB ROOM1 Newly furnished
rooms and board, at 49 Market etreet.
Furnished Vront Room,
every convenience; at 142 Mitfliaon st.
ELIGIBLE ROOMS With superior board,
twobl ioks Irom ayo8 Hotel. 63 Shelby
JAMES WASHINUTON, formerly cook at
the Gayoso, has been emnloyfd as ca
terer tor 45S nd4f5 Shelby sireet, 2 squares
below Gayoso, where superb moils, with
prompt attention, will be served lor (20 per
month. - '
00M8 Furnished, with board,
Al nai oneioy street.
ROOMS-PleaeW, furnish'd rooms, with
board, for ladies or gentleu en. Terms
very reasonable. .tit2 Court Extended.
DESIRABLE RUOMS-With boa-d, at
72 MADLSON HT.
HIllISK f8 Adams street.
Board nnd lodging, f; day boird. H50.
T-HITTItrlir. front rooms.
single or en
X) suite, fumiihed or unfurnished, with or
without hnrd: ntWlniw', llit-lW oilft st,
C10W A very fine four-gallon cw, with
J younrealf. CIIAS. DEN MAS,
at south gate Elm wood Cemetery.
TV I'lCE COTTAGE Of five rooms, on Shelby
-L at., with lo 32 teot, for ;ihjo. Apply
to MINTKR PARKER.
er A. J. MARTIN, 289 Main St.
ELEGANT PLACE-On Rayburn Avenue,
south of Broadway: frame house of 7
rooms, in nice order: Iot92xl90 tet: nooity
taxes. Apply to MINTEH PARKER, or A.
J. MARTIN. 2d9 Main street.
BED ROOM ko PARLOR FURNITURE,
Window Shades, etc., lust received.
Special bargains this week, wholesale and
retail. AMKS, BEATTIE A CO..
3"3 Main street.
TWO MULKS AND DRAY8.
Address W., this office.
LOT-Choioe Fort Pickering lot; no city
taxes. DR. HINSON. 279 Main st.
FRAMB Cottage, on eor. Raybnrn av. and
Georgia st. ; lot 56x170. with a house of 8
rooms, in good order. This is a choice piece
of property, and can be purohased on easy
monthly payment by paying part cash. Ap
ply Minter Parker or A. J. Martin, 38 Main.
ORGAN Suitable for family or Sunday
school. Apply at 52 Goslee street.
PLANTATION On the Arkansas River,
Lincoln County 600 aores in high state
of cultivation t 1S40 notes In tract; well im
proved; steam gin, t large barns, 21 good cab
ins an handsome dwelling. 7 rooms, with 20
votes lawn in front. Liberal terms. Apply to
MAI, LORY. CRAWFORD A CO.
S72 and 374 Front street, Memphis,
or J. G GAWRBTT. Saraesa. Ark.
XT- for light housekeeping,
1 I ,1 t Li n Will
Vapor and Gas Stoves
itu Second t.
XTOCBB AND LOT The J,
A. Hares. Jr..
J.A. rem Jon ce
Tin. Sk2 Vanne street. Anulv
0. H WE, Htate National Bank.
FOR SALE CIIEAP-No, Washington
Head Press, for nine-column paper;
good ss new. nqnire at No. 87 Union at.
AT F. A. Jones A Co.'s., one nine gentle
baggy MAHB that any lady ean drive
or ride perfectly safe.
RESIDENCE-Noi. 86 and 88 Market St.;
in grod repair; lot 57ixl4 Apply to
M.O. KKNNEDY.47S Mosbyst.
Sideboards, Lounges, etc.
AMttS. BEATTIB k CO.,
' No .TO Main street.
CHAMBER'S FOLDING MACHINE
vy little used, and in good condition.
soon conuiuoii. np
r. TIE lea and fixtures of the St. El no
X Hotel, Me-ldian, Miss, Twenty-five
Aommodious rooms, within three minutes
walk of the Union Depot; large sample
room on tha street next door; now doing a
good business and popular. Can be had at a
bargain if applied lor wittim toe next tnirty
days. Apply to Charles Klmire, proprietor,
. "LD MATERIA L In the storehouses and
w Senate Building, occupiea oy . uow
ensteln A Bros.1
must be removed at onoe.
JOHN KK1D, nuilder.
TSJEAT COTTAGE Of six roorni, end lot
-L 200x14, 64 Dean avenue, inquire on
IIHRAP One second-hand ROCK AW AY,
nearly as good as new, aiun uni- n n.
CEDAR FENCING POSTS-For sale by
W. R. LAKKIN. LarKinsville. Ala.
WOODLAWN STOCK FARM-In the stud
one thoronghhred Running Horse; fee
I2U. One Trotting Horse; fee, $10. OneJer
aey Bull; fee, 2.S0 For Si.-30 Horjes,
S Milch Cows, lr head Butcher Csttle, Pea
cocks nnd Newtou-dlnnd Pups. Horses on
SaMure, (5 per month; Texas horfc, 10c per
Telephone JOKKPH HUHNKY. S.r'2.
IUj W Viar QaJ
111 Stock Open for Inspection
TIT'iiO are in fvor of organiiing a Switch
VV mans' Aid A-oMati..n ni No-th Amor
lea will meet at MIKE O'NEIL'S, No. 11
Kansas sveiue, October 30th, at 8 p.m.
CURAT RIDGELY, ) "
tma season's Importa.
la th: market. TL
designs, finest textures
WANTKD FlTe experienced aalesmon
on Rand, M'-Naily at Co. 'a New In
dexed Atlns of 'he Worlds just eut. Special
tetritoryand liberal couiinisi"ss. AddreaB
No.J48 Monroe street, Cbiongo.
OLACKSHITH-First oittbS one wanted at
F)606 Main street
AtNos 8 and 10 Adams street.
CIOOK To no in Texat ; Rood (alary.
J at 41 North durt atrcot.
BOARD By gentleman and wife in prl
vara family, convenient to car line;
imift be lirst-olaea, a"d terms moderate.
Address X. Y. this cflioe.
MR. IVV, PAINTER To call at the M.
an dTR. tt .j;ar hops.
K C TEAMS AND TEAMSlERS-To work
OVJ on levee at Austin, Min. Will pa' (4
tier day, or hire by the cubic yard. 100 good
hands ulf wanted; will pay II. 50 per day.
Apply at F. A. Jones A Co 'a stable. 61 Mon
roe street, or on the work, at Austin, Mies.
F. A. JONES A CO.
PARTNER With Jf.000 capital; money se
cured, or will givo position and salary,
with interest on investment. Address
T. W., this offloo.
TINNER An experienced Tinner, who
can do aoneral work, and understands
Gas, Steam Fitting and Pump work. Ad-
ress T. E. GLASS, Browniville, Tenn.
BOARD In private family for gentleman
and wife; gocd re erenres required.
P., No. 4 MadUon st.
EVERYBODY To know that th cele
brated health giving PINO BEDDING
can be bought at 48 North Court street.
ROOMS Two or three unfurtifhed rooms
by two persons. Apply at Schilling's
Boardinghouse, Adams street.
In every town to sell Pianos
XX. and Ornans.
HOUCK & CO., Memph'S.
liiYEHYlSOOY-To call and fos the cole
Hi brnted tlipev Clairvoyant, at 177 Third
street, near Poplar
QITU ATIO As porter or howo boy; oan
O give city reference. POKThli, A;. pejiL
V OUNG 41AN bxper'enoedin Job Print
No. 10 West Court Siroet.
SAiibbMEN In every State in the L' ion
toroprepont a PAINT MANUFACTUR
ING ES'iAbLISHMENT having several
SrtoiAt.TiFa that ere popular and easy soil
ing. Can be handled alone or in connec'.it n
with other voods. Address TUB KM. B.
WCV W ATfliFU. CO.. BALTIMORE, MD.
"tUAMBERM AID With good referonce,
V at US Mndison street.
DAY BOARDEUS Or wiihout rooms,
At V2 East Court street.
CTAMPING AND EMBROIDERING To
isj order in bet t stylos at
is, No. 8
OOSITION By a lady as inus'o teacher, or
JL to tench young children bnglisn branohes.
Salary expocted moderate. Good home de
Bired. Address "Teacher," Oolumbns.M iss .
AN An intelligent, earnest man to rep
resent, in his own locality, a large re
sponsible house. A remunerative salary to
riht nartv. Steady position References
exchanged. American Manufacturing House,
10 Barclay fet.. n.i. .
Mll LBS. FKATHERS Uisbest oath
lU lJ priee paid by GABAY, Memphis.
TitVERYPODY TO KNOW-That 1 wil
III FILL TEETH WITH GOLD for the
next thirty days for II 60.
243 Main sreet.
A SILVKR For rash oral
MIIT.FORT). .Tew ar. W Main
FOR 1887 A valuable plantation in the
Mississippi river bottom : 500 acres in
cultivation, with good bosses aad fences,
steam gin. a line orchard, etc. We also offer
for sale 30 mules, corn, bay, tools, wagons,
and house and kitchen furniture, on oredit
of twelve months, with security 'or personal
property. TM03. H. ALLEN ACQ.
RESlDENCE-1'2 Alabama street. Apply
to K. S. HAMMOND, Custom House. .
ROOMS Furnished orunfurnlrhed,
At No. 17 Haling street.
CIOTTAQE-Three rooms, on Blmwood
J street ear line, near south e-ateElmwnod.
Apply at 36 Union at. JOB LENOW.
NEAT BRICK COTTAQE-Withfirooms.
good oiitern, No. 77 Pontotoc. Apply at
No. 81 PONTOTO
HOUSES TWO 8T0RE8
101 and 103 Robeson street.
FINE RE8IDENCE 7 rooms, stablea.ear
riage house, etc.; S3 acres of land, suit
able for dairy or market garden; good well
and cistern water on the place; two miles
south of oity. Apply to
R. J. BLACK A CO., 42 Madison it.
HOUSE No. 213 Lauderdale street; new,
with nine rooms and large yard: near
Miss Higbee's school. M. L. SELDHN,
287 Main sireet. .
DOUBLE COTTAGE On Virginia art
nue, five minutes' walk to street oars
new, cheap and convenient. Call at 160 Ray
bnrn for particulars. Mrs. E. L. WRIQUT.
ROOMS Nicily furnished rooms
A 1 112 Monroe street.
At 32 Madison street
TPURNISHED ROOMS-With board. "0-
X' taine ol peculiar excellence." 121 Court,
4 ELEGANT ROOMS-At 59 Market street;
single or en suite, furnished or enlur
nished, good water, and near business.
OOTTAGE Beren rooms, on Walker ave-
W nue, on Klmwood street car line. Apply
at 36 Union street, JOS. LENW.
TWO STORY BRICK-87 Poplar, rooms
snd ail modern conveniences. Apply to
liergmann A Wegener. n Main street.
PLEASANT furnished room for gentle
n en; 111 Washington ; refortnee required
CiTORE-ROOM-On Main strt. dwelling-
O house on Court street, ard several vacant
lots. Apply to K. u. oNOWDEN orJ.L.
uuoiJLUr;, an Madison street.
STOREHOUSE Four story and basement
storehouse. No. 254 Front strARt.
MALLOHY, CRAAFQHp A CO.
KOOMS Well furnished rooma, No. 81
1 Linden street.
C10TT0N "Fl! ICE-Aprjy to E. M. Apper
J eon A Co., No. 304 Front street.
H"OUSE-220Wa8'oington 8 ".; 7 rooms and
bjthronm. Apply at 133 Poplar St.
No. HM Main Street.
No. 2" 5 Main Street.
No. 2n7 Main Street.
Apply to JAMr S LKE, Ja., 4Madlson Pt.
P0OMS Two furnibhed or unfurnished
V rooms at 40 Madison streot.
P LEO ANT newly lurnihed rooms, bath
room, eta. Inquire at lib Court etroet.
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL SATURDAY,
P11ELAX TO THE FROM.
SPLENDID EFFORT OF TRE DEM
At Hie Exposition Building Last
Sight Vigorous, M..uly and
Able f pn cli.
HIS POSITION CLEARLY AND LX
The RepHb'.ican Handard Renicr
Makes A Few Pleasantly Char
The powerful argnmeiit delivered at
the Exposition Building 1m t night by
Mr. James Phelaa created a profound
impression npon a' I wha heard him,
and it is to be rep retted that erery
ro'.er in the dibtrict did not stand in
the ch-trmed circle which bounded
the sound of his voie?. De?pito the
cold, and the well to tol bleakness of
the Expcsitiau Buildiue, au audience
of about 800 ccaipicd I bo teats about
the platform, not qtii;e one-half boiDjr,
ne; rees, the lemainder nearly all on
lOied of liv?, prcRreaslve cit 'cnwho
atle ted by their warm applause
Ihtir approval of t'ue arguments
aivanccd by tha sturdy young
champion of their Dnmocraey. Pre
paied as they ttoip, however, to be
filoaeed, they were delighted tind sur
prisod by the wonderful improvement
he Iu.b mde us an orator sic co he first
entered upon tbecanTa'P. The slight
Btifld83 and awkvrTdncss which
marred his init al tffoits has pasaed
entiroly away. His manner is digni
fied, though at the same time gracefal
end easy, his delivery vigorous and
impressive. At no t'me ia he st a
loes for suittb'e lnngusge with which
to clothe his thotiKhts, and though he
speaks with unusual ia;idity every
word is clear and distinct as if chis
eled out of marble. With ad
mirable tase he declines to
triHke use of the howling, bawl
ing method so common among
those who think ti add t) the foico
of commonplace utteiances by yelling
tjiem at the tip of their voices, and
depends wholly upon the matler it
self to make an impression upon his
auditors. Cariied away at times by
deep end (art e;t fteliug, he is tal en
off of the levol cf cold argument, and
never fails to carry his heareis with
him, so apparent is it that he is
earnest and Vincere. No man who
heard him last night could have
failed to catch some of the enthusi
asm which affected him, and if he felt
8n interest in his Euccess be
fore it must have been redoubled
when at last Mr. Phelan closed
one of the most masterful efforts
which has ever benn made by any
pub'.ic man in the State, and took his
eeat emid a st' rm of sppiause, in
which Bepublioans, in spite of them
selves, heartily jtiued.
Mr. Taylor, gHtiitl arjd clever as ho
if, made one of hia charactuiietio
speeches, evtry third woul accen
tuated by a blow upon the table wilh
his clinched ft-t. These freizied
bursts never fai'ed to make an im
preFsiofi upou the deal top of the
table, and tne echo was caujjht and
repeattd by the knot of sable Repub
licans upon his right. Mr. Taylor
was at h s bis', however, and made
one cf h s beat speeches, lie opened
The lion. Zacb Taylor.
Mr. Taylor in taking the stand asked
his bearers in wtiat ce nad been utre
Jtct dining his two years at Washing
ton, and then went on to eive an ac
count of what he had dene. He
wanted ti know why the people of
Memphis should turn off a worlhy
rrprecentative for a mere experiment.
He wtnted to Know it ne caa not
faithfully served his constituency.
"The business interests of Memphis
are safe, and will be safe in my bands,"
be proudly declared. "Kaiiy la ice
cry. Rally against who? Have I not
been true. If not, let one honest man
raise his band. Whenever parties ap
peal to the people tor their votes it is
their duty to outline a policy. It is
l heir duty to denoe tne lames in a
platform. L want you to know for
wnat you vote next loesoay. J.ne
Repablican party challenges com
parison between D.snccracy and
itself. They left the nation's credit
in disrepute; the Republicans
raised it above par. Ins'ead
of being surrounded by bank
ruptcy and distress the people
had at hand all of those intangible
blessings which exalt and purify and
content a nation. There have been
always two theories in the adminis
tration oi tne government. mo
party to wbicb I belong is not '.he
bide bound, rock cribbed patty of the
Democracy. That patty denies that
that the national government has any
powers except those expressly laid
down in the constitution. Washing
ton and Hamilton and others, who
were preeent at the framing of the
constitution, contained every power
necessary for the advancement of tho
American people. In other words, it
coDferstbe right to ley snch duties
on imports which will protect
home labor against foreign competi
tion. The country under a liberal
government grew rich. Until the
infamous act of the union of England
and Ireland, the Iiish people were
among the mnst prosperous and
happy, the world over. Tne result of
the union, bringing with it free trade
ni making: the onlv profita
ble avocation that of making
ceffioe. Such a state is that
to which the Democracy invite
you. Be not tempted. Sympathy for
bometulel What you want is to sup
port that party which will best sup.
rjort the interests of the Americas
people. I sm for protect on to Amer-
inan industries. I believe it to be
system which wiH enhance values in
tna coantrv as nothing; else will. The
gentlemen who advocate free trade
ray that the farmers of tie country are
hn nffrnbried. jar competitor save 11
he had been in Congrets be wou'd
have voted for the Morrison bill. He
rays he is in favor of a radical redac
tiun of duiies. 'J here ate ju t two
points. We ntiftl ave a protective or
a free trsde tariff. If it admits foreign
goods in (hia- con l try it is free trade
jtiBt to the extent of the arnour.t of
imports. Ttie D. mocrata pieach that
I hey ate the irieods of thu lartu'r.
nnd yet a l the articles Ihiy would
put on the frt-e list are the products of
agriculture. In t' e Forty-eighth ard
Forty-ninth Congresses they were
in the majority, ytt they failed
ti revise the tard. They know
their incapicity to ai'niinieter the
affairs of gov. rnmtnr. Every
honest man expect' d that the Democ
racy would retrench ar.d reform, Hut
they have been d'stppointed. For
the first vear of D oiotiatia adminis
tration they a propu iinl $:!, 00,000
mote than was ex'1 mltd by the K -pnb'.icau
rr'y ' r f,"lr nr,H ytar-Nt-xt
yecr it will be !700 0 k) more.
N. language cf mi; e tm d f irnisi a
better )1 as'rat'on of t: e extravagance
of the Democratic j a ly. Yjii were
t iht you shcu'd 1 ave re'r. uchment
and reform. Thev tnetcaS',d ineteal
of dimiuiehiog tt e mt'.ul:er of pnb.in
eervar,tg, wl'-hont a r.a'on I r it And
now, i"er having denounc d a ca
lioialdebtss a rational cur.e, and
fle? decla'lrg tha s.-me thing mo t
r' ' with a parly in power which
, . t e e-rRluB in the Tres:.ry to
r .ch i20,(0t.,fl00.' '7 ll,eJrt
inctreaae to $.SO.tO0,tVO. Tttr "ld
they would ry tiie naitonsl deoj,
but paid only ttii.OOO.OOO In
eighteen monthr, while in eighteen
montliB of Arthur's aduiini-.tration
$147,000,000 weie paid. 1 icft-r to
none but Demrcratic evidence. What
excu-e can they give? Tliey told the
people that they intended lo relieve
the distress. Samuel J 'lilden urgod
npon them to take s'eps lo defend the
600'J mi'os of coist. Wilh millions of
Brrj lus ia the Treaiiuv, and a million
idle men, they itfostd. The llepuu
iitao patty of the uti lias pledged
itrolf io the Blair hill. It is a mea6tiro
that has been vigorons'y advociied.
It was engMtiel it'ti t!ie platform of
the pa.-ty, but the 1) iBocrnts refused
to adopt it. If they 1 ad been iu favor
of any other system o' Federal aid to
education it wouid have taken
but a lino lo txprtBJ it.
The Kepnhlicaa jp.rty worships
at tho ehritie if a trtiBty
protection, education of the mtvs;s
and lit eity. Thtso thrco ci nstitute
the political god of tho Kepublicin
party. You have in this Cotigrots
liiral Diattict 31,000 ehi dren who
never were in any kind of a schoo -hotise,
and in spite of the popular rush
for F'etleral aid ycu are told that you
must take your Democracy without
that sweetening. We proposo to give
every man au equal start in the race
of life, l am he:e to advocatt) the
principles of the lpublican party,
aod I intend to do it iu ep'.te cf scoffi
and joera. They don't want the peo
ple educated, becau?e if they are ig
norant they will make better Damo
eta's. Go'J A'mighty grant that the
people will throw oft the shackles
which have bound thutn for twenty
nr. James r lie mo.
It would bs an it justice to Mr.
Pkelan to attempt in the space at
hand to give a consecutive reaort of
his speech. His de;iveiy was so rapid
that in tlie time allotted him he
crowded twice the amount of matter
contained by his competitor. He
displayed a rare knowiedgs of the his
tory of the two groat parlies aud
of the country, grouping his fact!
with wonderful facility, and di'sjet
iug the record of ttse Republican
psity with the skl.l of a eurgoon at
work upon a subject. Using his notes
at rare lnierva's, he depended almost
entiroly upon his memory, which
seemed to be a statistical storehouse,
every fact and every fignrB in its
C roper place, ready to spring forth at
is will. ILs argument was clear,
conoisa and pointed, end hia meaning
prfectly plain to the moBt ignt rant ol
iiia auditors. He tur.o.l batk upon
his opponent the cbwga of Demo
cratic extravag-nce and lna admin b
(ration, showing plainly thttt the in
cressa of surplus in the Treiury was
a natural cousequonct a KepubJican
li"tov. and thai ss a matter
of cold fact the tunuing ex
penses of the govtrnm;,t were
$0,000,000 less than uu ler Kfpubliran
rule for the same length of time. He
pointed to the splendid f nums butlt
up by those who had charge of affairs
during Repablitan rule, when $245,
000,000 was appropriated fo. a navy.as
a proof of the thieyinuof the leading
me J of that party, li s explanation
of the silver question and Ins defense
of the Democratic party was logical
and convincing, and in a few words
ha delineated his views of the tariff, a
subject, he said, that on account of its
dryness ne always appruatueu wnu
hesitation. His conapsti'or, be said,
It ed hit batteries at htm irom one
point when in the ccuntiy and an
other when in town, but hia assaults
had as yet failed to make a breach in
his defenses. Going on to speak
of a declaration ha made early
tha canvass, that he was in
favor of so adjusting the tariff aa to
afford protection to Southern indus
tries especia ly, he called attention
to the fast that ia the Bouth certain
articles were manufactured which
were not manulaeturea to any extent
in the Worth, and tbereiore wnat
might at first seem to ce an aDsura
proposition, become at ons clear and
reasonable. He proposed, if he went
to Congrets, not to be the creature of
Pig Iron Kelly, but to labor in tha
interest of the people of Tenneesse, of
the South and of the whole country;
and he would naver consent to a re
duction of thera'eon pig iron, iron
ore. coal and cheap woolen and cot-
ton goons, pacuunny oouiti-m iuuun
tries. A prohibitory tariff is one
levied solely in the interest of the
people of certain sections. The
Republican idea hai been a h'gh
rate on all articles of necessity
and a low ra'e on all articles of lux
ury. The Democrats are, and always
have been, in favor of snch a tariff as
would be of real benefit to the labor
era of the country. Mr. Arthur and
Mr. Blaine both favored reduction.
Tbeclanoron account of the prohi
bitory tariff became terrific. A com
mitsion was appointed, and T. V.
Powderly, n'ged as as a repre
ativa ni tha workingmoo,
ni denied a nlace on it. Dun
can F. Kenner, a repreasntative of the
sugar interes's of Louisiana, was
iihetitntnd. Tha Rnunblicans have
neglected every opportunity to legis
late in the interest oi labor. I pro
pose to give this part of the country
some of the benefits which have been
avrlnaivnlT enieved bv the North and
Esst. For a while in the country
where we have been speaking, the
backwheat cakes usually gave out be
fore my end of the table was reached,
mnA T imitated that tho waiter occasion
al! hai-in at mv end. And should I
on tn Conereai. I thall insist
that in makiu. the taiiff a beginning
ball be msade at the Southern
end of the table of rates. "Those
ho know aomethine about the
liatnrv nf ntcaniiarl lnhor." Mr. Pbe-
lan continued, "know that In the
great manufac'nring centers trades
nninns tint snrnne tin. Organization
was necessary if the laborer would
refect himself from the grind'
ing down of the monopolies fos
tered by the Republican party.
I said before my nominat'on, aud I
say now, that the Bhir hi 1 does not
embody my idea of U'O niaunor in
which UVileral an alia 1 ne given ii
education. But if no better me hod can
be found I am in lav r of tt. My
friend's ideas of pubic policy are
limited to the. phraseoogy of a bill
buppote Sfnator Blair should die?
OCTOBER 30, 1886.
hat wou'd become of him, then
Gocn, I suppo-e, lik eoms cf tha
E'ft Tennefsie moun'aineors wh
still vote for Andy Johnson. I have
never changed my vi"ws on this or
any other nf the great questiors of
the day. I prefer to exsrene my
judgment, a thing my eimpetilor finds
impossible. If lie, happened to be
hungry he would eat all tho
d:shes set lef irii him without t'io
crimination. I hop ) one may advo
cate a measurs without lird inquirirg
if it has the label ol eoiite great man's
name upon it. I have Slid I favor tho
principle of national aid lo education
and I repent that so s rougly am I of
that opinion tnd eo deep my deeir. to
obtain such aid for tho ignorant poor
llmt I would take the Blair bill if
I could not get something bettor,
and at the same time I am v gorottily
opprsed to any measure which shall car
ry with it any obnoxious iiit rforerce
with our private sAws by the 'a
t;onal Government. The Democracy
la not united o-1 the Blair bill, Neither
is the Republican patty. It Is not a
party question. A large number of
the leading men of both parties
voted against the mensuie. 1 fnvor
national aid to education, but I be
lieve it can be given in a better way
than throagh the means Senator Blair
propoees. The sale of pubiic lands
for tve past tix years amounted ti
ISO.Ot'O.OOO, and it is likely (he tamo
amount will be realimd io the next
eix yesr1. The only difference hi
twoeu did from that source and direct
ly from the Treaaury is that the
bill advorating the former method
nukes national aid to education a
petmanent policy, tho ether a nurd
mater ol e'ght years.' I want tlm
musses educated, not from po B.in&l
motives, not for jinrty policy, but be
cause iu tho edtichtioti of the people
lies the perpetuily of onr grout Re
public to draw tat m aay from end
destroy all sectional picjudicee, a
string upon which the ya'ty of my
compeihtor delights t3 play. I ac
cept in good faith all that has bfen
done by the Republican patty for the
improvement of the country and for
progress, but when they ;cotu9 bo
corrupt an not to be able to nominnte
au horn it man for the Presidency, this
timo has Cjiiia to turn them cut of (he
high places they no'lute. Pig Iron
Kelly and bis coadjutors Bhould be
relegated t3 the shades of private life.
The war was no sooner over than
the Republicans showed their section
nlism by placing Grant, red with the
blood of tho Southern people, and ut
terly unfit for tho disuhuige of a civil
office, in the Presidential chair. His
two terms ended, tj our shame,
bo it eaid, we allowed lvm
and his soldiers ti seat R.
B Hayos in that chair, riding
down the choice of the people, 8amuol
J. Tilden. They debauche d the ballot
box, iewardiug with offices those who
were conspicuous for their perpetra
tion of fraud, Then came Garfiohl, a
man gifted by nature f or a splendid
and au honorable career, but never
was man more corrupt than ho. Chea
ter A. Arthur, who followed
him, tried to administer the
affairs of the governuiont in an hon
est and straightforward mnnnnr and
was promptly lebuked at the next
convention by tho nomination of
James G. Blaine. Then the people
r ise up in their might and st'a'ed
Grover Clevelaud. My competitor
nut lies hiimell renponHible for al this
when be goes to Washington to be the
coadjutor of such men."
In conclusion Mr. Phehtu said:
"And now I leave you to decide be
tween us. I hope you will be actuated
by your goo i senso alone. If yon be
lieve he will better subserve your in
terests vote forhltn, hut if you believe
you will find in me a representative
more in arroitl with vour views, I
will honor mo with your
The St. Louis Globe-Drmooral says of
Kate Caetleton, who btgins an en
gagement at the Memphis 1 heater
Monday next: Kate Castleton comts
back to St. Louis mote winsome than
ever. She has always had those re
quisites for popularity a pretty face j
an irresistible smiie, showing faultless
teeth; a voica rich, powerful and sym
pathetic; a kick that defies analysis
and a shrug that ia almost Frenchy
enough to Bhock spinsters. It is pecu
liar of Kate, too it is tne most,
natural thing in the world to speak cf
Mies Caetletjn as Kate, an A she her
self enjoys it that the simpler the
gown the better she appears. She
showed genius when she stsrted out
with her new play, Crazy Pnkh. She
developed genius in the selection of
John B. Deris' ClareiM.
From the Boston (Mass.) Herald,
July 8, 1880: "The John 13. i'oris
eircas showed in East Boston last
evening to an audience that tuiea tne
large space under a hogs canvass,
and the enow gave general eauoinc
tion. Miss Katie Stokes mads her
first appearance in the ring bere for
several years, and she demonstrated
that she bad lo t none of ber grace
fulness and skill while In retirement.
Her riding was warmly applauded, ss
it deterved, and was one of the lead
ing and most pleasing features of the
entertainment. The daring feats of
horsemanship performed by Mr.
James Robinson, the hurdle act of his
son Clarence, the trapexs work of the
Flnher brothers, the leaping oi air.
John Batcheller, and the performance
hv the Martell family and
others constituted a programme that
verv eniovable. lboee who en-
inv a rood circus performance should
aa it while it remains in the. vicinity.
Doris's circus will exhibit in Memphis
on Tuesday, November ih.
Grand matinees every Saturday, at 3
o'clock p.m., at Iniafail Hall, .the
nicest in the city, corner of Jeflerson
and Second streets, ar getting to ue a
groat attraction. Ladies, come and
bring your children; it is the only
in the cltv where they can learn
r. . .it i in,
the Deautliui german. auui miuu, u
bHeerr Court Kllett, Jade.
Yesterday was motion day. The
following decrees were entered : Her.
man vs Camnbel). demurrer over
ruled; Snowden, exparte, re'erence;
TUIn M and ii O. railroad, on
receiver; Williams vs WHkins, ordr
for surety; Hollenberg vs Weltr, de
murrer overr nled: Mrath vs Moath,
reference; Coaasr a vs Portaata, ropoit
nnnflrmed: Brown VS lirown, TBlT
enre : State vs B'ither. distri t lots 15
i. 17 and 18 : State vs Mclvaino, dis
trict lot 23. block 2: State vs Moore,
tliatrii t h nek 30: Htateva rJmitn, ois
trict lot 0, block 5; Morrow vs Fr.iim
nwler to Dav taxes: Biaekwe 1 va
I'tvnr nn demurrer: Stovall V Aus
tin, tit e toRoyster; Black vs Real,
guardian ad litem; Memphis City
Railroal Company vs Taxing Distiict,
rietnnrrer oveiruled; WsIIbcs vs
Greenlaw, reference renewed ; 'ta'e vs
Mahoney, sale et aa;de; Hill vs
Mi chell, repovt ronfiimed; Muore, y
Wbite, on removal of cause,
Tailor and Importer.
L'ih 'ro H now complete. The Largest, Choicest and
..r,?l htT ever offered la Memphis, consisting of all USe
r its. a ii. a eAM i SI 1 1 l"v.N, tvuits t'i Xf an.
I.'.'L e.TFST. STI LUS, OVI UCOt I lt.a AMIS PUVCV
1'ANTAI.OOMI In great variety, all of the LITIivr DHaiO'VM,
Introduced l.y the Leading Ininortora of Kngland, t ranoo and (Jer
piany. 1 wilk to make al'KC I AL aiK!N I I to my customers and
if JG"-?-' f11 d taspewt my UibMCUKM' at IOC it. at mf
Gcr. S.oond and JafUnon
In" ffl 11-" ' j ii'iilll,i'1Mt"'!Vl!l"'1 "'"
Apfioiuiea to HM (he Kleoion
The following are the deputy
sheriffs appointed to hold the election
First HW. Deputy J. F. McKeon.
Second Hard Deputy J. J. Mason.
7'Ainf llnrtf. Deputy O. T. Smith.
i-'ottrtA H urt. Deputy C. R. Stew
art. Fifth B'tirtf. Deptily L. K. P.ipo.
Sixth H'ortf. Deputy A. J. McLeu
don. frvrnth Ward D. pnty J. A. Powel.
JCighlh Ward.- Deputy J. W. Alex
ander. Xinth Jl'tirt. Deputy John Mi'h.r.
7ntA H artf. Deputy K 1). Jordan.
Fint IHttrict D. puty F. F. Fleet
wood. Sirond Dittrid Depu'y T. T. Tay
lor. Third District. Deputy J. F. Djits-
Fourth DUtrUi. Di pu'y Jittnos (iif-.
Fifth District.-IK'iiutv P. lloll'jr
tmn, S'i.i-i Dutrict.M R.ih'igh Doptity
Sixth District. roint Deputy F.
Setenth District. Depnty S. C. Ed
dies. Jiigkth District. At Brunswick
Denu'y George W. IPhcUwoII.
F.ujhth District. Arlington Deputy
J. V. Ktmbrougti.
F.iijhh District. -Log Union Deputy
J. A. An'tetson.
Xinth Wntricf. Fishorvillo Deputy
O. L. Wehher.
jXhith District Masonic Hill Dep
uty W. II. Allen.
TVntti District. Collier ville Deputy
J. T. Raid.
Tenth District Forest Hill Deputy
T. T. McDonald.
FAtvmth JHttrici D 'puty J. 8. Weir.
Ftevrnth 7i'stnV(. Oakvdle Deputy
R. H. Pearson.
Tuvlth District. Gianga Hall Dep
uty J. F. Burk.
Thirtetnth District. Doputy Dr. F.
Fourteenth Disncl1. Cemetory Dep
uty Dr. T. R. Watkins.
Fourteenth District. 1 si and Deputy
B. 11. McCain.
Fifteenth District. Deputy- E. E.
Sixteenth Ditrict. Deputy D. O.
Seventeentlt DUlrict. McConnoll's
Deimty R. R. Hione.
Siventtcnth "District Islund 40 Dep
uty Chas. Elliott.
EiijhttttUh Diitriel. Deputy L. S.
W. D. CANNON.
Sheriff Sholby iVuuty,
fire l.nrfcily KmllnNtnlNlied.
LrvsitrooiOct iherSfl. Tliesteatner
(Jueen, cotton lndon, from Galveston,
arrived at this port and was found to
lie en lire The (lames wero extin
gniolued with sinajl loss.
'"' " ' '
Lunobouo's perfume, Kdonis
Luudborg's perfume, Marchal Nile
Luudborg's perfume, Alpine Violet,
LniHiborg's porfumo, Lily of the
Troat at Illloal.
Nuw Oulkans, La., October 2!. A
special Irom ltnoxl to tne r tea pine
eays: This section was visited by an
other heavy lrost tins morning, ana
there are indications of another fall
ing toniuht. Thin ice is reported at
vaiions points along the coast.
1'itEPAna for ptxor)s.
Foundations, cellar walls and bnild-
lnurs suhlect to overffow Bliould be con
tructed with Louisville Cement. It ia
AngsMtln Daly'e t.'rd f the Psiblle
Nxw Yobx. October 29. Mr. Au-
guetin Daly bas issued a card to the
public, warning it against , traveling
companies bearing his name ana
c'almlug to present his plays. He
nas no traveling company sou uuuw
Is authorized to use his name,
: r .. i
may bs found at the Gayoso Hotel. . ;
W. Ne HALDEMAN,
President of the Oreat LOUISVILLE C0U-
he knows or
Wlntersmith's Chill Cure.
Orvics or tib CoratssJocstiiL,
Mtanmtlk Mr; I waive a rule 1 have
ol served for many years, the value ol your
remedy prompting me to say. ia reply to
oar request, wnat i anow i jo.r vum
lore The private aaaurenoes of Its efficacy
had, and the good results of Its effects I
iad observed on Mr. K. W. Meredith, who.
fr more than Bfteen years, had been rare
man of my office, induced me to teat it In
say family. The results have been entirely
satisfactory. The flrst ease was of two
ears' standing, io wniro i P"'""
nown remedy had been tried with tempo
rary rellel tae opuia nununs
and wltn aeeinangiy inma.-u j.
Your cure broke them at once, and there has
i - ...nr..nu or tlwim lor more tnaa
six months. The other eaee was ot a milder
form, and yiemea more reauuy i
1 ' '"'ii. . ki ih. hlil. -n.lil torn at In
tervals until your modioiee was used, since
which time, now several months, they Java
entirely disappeared. From the opportu
i. i k... h.,1 tn cdi.. 1 do not hes I late to
i,fr... m belief that year Chill Cute Is a
valuable apeoific, and SHorrns all yon
prom,., tor it. -J 'AxtDMA.
ARTHUR PKTHfi, sV OO., AsaaU, Loals-
we H I aP t tttmrm mA
U.e M 0.tMft M'tf
bikw to w su. uoaeni
W. aoM emuaUe.
AV-U tt Lhk.
MrAMir ay ike
I Gaemtcal 9a.
'tHit nrNTr;Rs emjmim."
Th. airlirlnnl mil lly Ufanlne
...i .i-ava Rel'aihle. Uew ircol worttt.
Imitations. Irtdispensablo to I A KIM,,
.- .our lrnais lor '.iu'larr'i
r.uali "and laao no ether, or inolos', 4c
(stamps) to us for particulars i i lstT'.s b
reinra iimll. rl'fca. n hi.
cUe"r"li'''-J ' ... .
4MH StivAlaw" WBreu IHIilliJi'.ai., S
a, TKADK supplied by OB0, O.COODWLK
i rholVanle v"sn Boat 'ilMU ,
f f TO 7"ISVS I
I' ve Mahta and Snturda Matlmtc-Cem-tLCBCius
SUSItaY, MOV. 1.
"Iuou or tu TaVt Loviso Puatio,"
Miss Kato Castleton
And hor Famous Company of Comedians ia
Brilliant Kus'cl Ludicrous Situations I
" I long for ycu to feel my pulso."
ssrSeats on sale e;aturday.
Eugene Robinson's Mu.eum.
Open Dal'y 'rom 1 u-.lil 10:M) n.m.
Open Saturday irom 10 a.m. to 11 p.m.
t'roailsl ltnli" bv the lire ofhe lly
P. T. IIAltNFM'S
COITGIIESS O v OIAWTS
AMI A MUST OK WONDERS.
I Kl.ltK v'sf a'
Al l Ittl OvifSlT '.
In our bo tiitifui 11' j ou Theater.
10c AIM!S JON TO ALL ,...10
Hccrvcd Aril's lo 1-1) irn.
I K AT II lilt
lltlX t'ontalning dray re-
.1 J cat
.'a 1 "'HjisMiise lemv"' i'i1
AVl'VfiiU Lit - tY
U - - it sr. m
Is notaliiuitl, unvjfor mxnttr. Anplici
into noatrilsisquickliabsorbeJ. JisJMt)t
tiehedd. AUi.ih injiiimmntion. DiuiUtlit
iire.i. Hetoreth teiw oftastvand itiutt.
Mcnuit lrumuu; tymnU',Tealuee,0cmm.
ELY BROTHERS, Druggists, Owego, M. I
No.NttO-In the Chancery Court of Shelky
County, Tenn.-dtate of Tennessee vs.
John Q. liaviilson.
It appearing from bill whirh Is sworn to tn
this cause tluit the delendanta, Harriet 1.
Hmith, Kllen Nooe, Louise Mooe, .lames Me
rcian, are noii-reaidonts of the Finite ef Tea
nepeo; and it appofiring trora the return ot
the Hhprill that Mb'bae) Maher and Nellie
bin it h are not to be found in his county:
it is thorofore ordered, That they make
tholr appearance hen in, at the courthonse
ot hbolliy county. In MetnphU, Tenn., on er
before the tirst Monday iu lleooinber, lstrj,
and pload, aimwor or demur to complain
ant's bill, or tho saiuo will he taken for
confessed as to them and set for hearing ex
larte; and that a ropy of this order be pab
isheif i nce a w ok, for four at.rcessive
wook. in the Memphis Appeal. This Httt
day of Oi tolior, ISKil. A eopv attest
n. i. Aituion Hi.u. uiera aau niaster.
Tty T. II. Caldwell, Deputy O. and M.
f . u. a v. YY . iioinkeii, Doiieitors lorooa
MoM ot the iliMwM liloh aOUut mankliul a ;;'
allr oauaml liy a tlwonli'riHl ouudiiani ot the 1,1 y e H
f , .11 eciiaiiUlnta ut Uil. kind. Mob aa TuiaitiSj ef
oauaml liy a tl wonli'riHl ouudiiani ot the L.I V a I
ell ociiaplalnU ut Uil. kind. Mob aa TwiailiW
lt. lt.l...i..i. N.r.UM IH.IMtlielk. liulimi
ia. Irregalarltf .rf lUe B.iwele, ItaiM Ipetwn, Wrto
nn. Kriioletiooa aad tiureuia ' U" wi-
iKawtlmee oUd llearttuinil, Miaeaia, Malarta,
lloody nus,IHnlla aud le.r, Biwkbgna ter ,
m. hut -ill CUt all dtaeasMtf
Vl LIVan,TOMACH and BOWtj
ohaugoa ttie oiMupkttMui. uvta a was, yuow i
to a radily. Iiealtlur oilur. Ii enUnJj
, j. u .nurar mm
!U,I ;4rJ.. iff I. Hkml, wl a m Wto
i ki one oi the H AlirM
tot ule I), aU UmaeMs, Ptioe SI.OO P" D-
C. F. STADICER, Proprietor,
140 PO. FRONT T., Phlladelpsi, PMm
Ko. 6106, R. D.-Chaneery Court of BheBrf
oounly rsrnest me. Anorew. ei . i
tl A - .1 al
BV virtue of aa Interlocutory docree Jar -aale,
entered In the above eaase ea the--.
lSlh day ol October. lKHo, M. B. M, Pafw--04i.
I will sell, at publlo aoctioti, U the btttV-.
et bidder, In front ot the Clerk aad Master-.
oflice, courtnouse oi oneiuy oouuvy, weev .
phis, Tenn., en
neieruii, mmmwt m vw - ,
... . I . ... 1 1 , . . n A
Wlinin leaat noure, in -1
scribed property, situated in the Taxing Die- .
trict ol enemy oflumv, xennee.e-, "-;' ,
lleginatag at a relnt on the north tidi.ef
Carroll avenue U5 teet we.t ot a lorked seax
eorner; thence north W west with said ave
nue IM leet to a stake: thence Berth east
V2 feet to a stake; thenoe south blk eatrt ,
ll& feet to a stake; inenee .onto eo.-a w
UK) feel to the beginning, being part eJosS
IS and IS of eeantry lolttH and part ef Ibe.
Joha I). Uraham subdivisioa. as lull. de
scribed in the deed of John R I'ebbs te
lia A. Andrews, te.a juiia . orw. m
Register's ottioe ot Shelby eoaaiy, iavbooK
UTern. of'gale-One-thirdeaaki balance la
eiual InstalmenUat 6 aad Uasoaiks; noes,
w'tb secnrlty neiiiredi lies retain.. lhi
0t0b3: IMOWKLL. Clerk a.d Master,
liy T. II. Caldwell. Ieputy 0. ana tt.
Fraier A Boyle. Sola, loroompl'eu
Ne. M12-ln the Chancery Ceart.af Shellar -county,
Tenn.-J. 11. Btuail vs. Mattf
Ital'rearlni from bill which U swern to !a
this caase that the dc.endant, NAttie Stuart
is a t.on-res.dentol It.. 'VvfT1?,"Vt
and that aha la a resident of tae.Terntery
"uisTherefore ordered, That she make
ccr appearniice herein, at tUceart kw la
Mem I -I thely ""? Tm"J" e,i;Lb,"rJ
the lir.t Monday in anw. "
or the same will be taken for oootoMod as Ve
hor an I sol f. r hoaring ex parte; ad that a
cm "f tl.it ord.r be publianed o.-e a week,
t", four suces-ive waeks. in the Memphis
Appeal. This 7th day of October, lbeti.
A ri''Tl!'TOYVLI,. Clerk and Master.
Ry t B. Caldwell, Deputy (J. and M,
Ueo. B. Petere, Bol. lor couipl'nt, sat.
tinea, tw ol Api-MV, nav'om, m " ".
down I'.n-.. Buikaolie, aa., eo.. 8TADICSR'8
ft all (fliMtA-