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STJKDAT, t I OCr. 31. 1886.
PEMOCKATIC? 11 (KET.
I OH (JUVEHSOR,
ROBERT L. TAYLOR, of Washlnctoa.
JAM KB P1IELAN, of Shelby.
HENRY J. LYNN.
J. D. MONTKDOMCO.
W. B. HARRELL.
J. W. ALLEN.
W. L. CLAPP.
B. A. ODLUM.
It IS TtTllTHAT WIHS YIOTOHY.
Democrats, the duly of the honr is
to Be that fall vole Is polled
on Toetday. There is only one
day left for work. Let tha. day be
given to the moat tfficlent methods
for biirgirg out careless Demomts
who reflect the elective franchise un
ites reminde d of their duty by the
sralous party workers. As the Ap
peal hts already etid, the real tret of
Democracy end the performatca of
duty as good titirets is to vote-vote
for the men who ni l best subwrve
your in'enstB. Lot every Democrat
hiSlulby county give Mondfy and
.Tuetday to his rarly. Vo,f v0,e!
Vote for Roboit L. Taylor, he
disems the honor. He ras
made a biUiant canvae?, faithfully
performed tbe dulits which his party
impoted on him, atd has earned by
'bard work the ptriltion which he as
pires. As Chief Executive of the
State be will faithfully guard the wel
' fare of the poople and the treat inter
its of the Biate. Vote for Phclanl
An impressive speaker, ard a careful
And convincing debitor, he Ins
ably met his eampe'.itor on
hustings, and will take his
sition In the front rank
the Congress of the United Slates.
He is the choice of the young men,
and surely they will not permit his
defeat by any neglect, now that helms
proved bimielf active, intelligent, able
and inspired the enthusiasm of old
Democrat, who will march to the
polls en Tuesday in so id pl alunx,
vSte for Joe Montedonico for State
Senator. Two years ago he was
stronger than his ticket, received more
votes than were out for Cleveland and
hisother seven associates on the Demo
crat! t;cket..JJU subsequent life his
strengthened him in tbe community
In which he was born. He is a tower
of strength to his ticket, is s loyal
born Democrat, and with a c!ear
brain, scholarly attainments of a high
order ard fine judgment and abilities
he will make useful member of tbe
Stale Senate. Vote for Henry J.
Lynn. He came to Memphis twenty
nine years ago a pcor boy, but rich in
molality, integrity and energy, and
bas worked his way to the front in
public Mteem and in business circles.
Among that useful class known as
toed cltii ns no man is more con-
aDieuons then Ilenry J. Lynn. He
is a brainy man, with a head full of
ideas, and his the ability to enforce
them with a clearness of logical reason
ing that makes him a most powerlul
and eff. ctlre speaker. Us is just such
a nun aa is meded in tbo text Tea
aetsce Legislature. Vote for TV. R.
Harrell aa Representative to tbe
State Legislature. He resides in the
country and wnderstanda the greal
agricu'tural needs of the people. His
judgement is sound, his intelligence
ol a high order, Lis honesty index
Ible, and his neighbors have often
shown their appreciation of his char
acter. He deserve a and will command
the united Support of the Democratic
patty. Vote for J. W. Allen. He,
too, lives in the country, and will bs
a worthy champion of tbe Interests of
tbe people. He bas shown his ability
.and boneBly as magistrate, and in
the House of Representatives, will
.prove himself a wise, sate legislator,
and make an enviable record for fidel
ity lo tbe publio service. Vote f r
Ralph DAvia. He Is of Jewish de
scent and has all,, tbe enter
prise of, that remarkable race,
ilr. Davis is young in years, a lawyer
of promise, and do candidate is
wo.thier of the united party support
than Ralph Davis. Vote for R. A.
Odium. Help a young Irishman and
a great favorite with his raoe, as he Is
with all nationalities. He la a vigor
mi specimen of t elf -made manhood,
and by his energy and talonts of a
bigs order ha has attained a position
in business circles equal to that of any
young mtn io the City.' . A true Darn
crat, and with the will and the ability
to serve tbe t people, bs should bs
elected to the Legislature: Vote for
W. L. Clapp! ' lie la a chip of the old
block Inherit the talents and moral
wor.h ol his ia her, Col. J. W. Clapp.
Us is recognised as one of the ablest
young lawyers of tbe city, and will
take high' rank in the Legislature
"which will make him a useful mem
ber. Ko young Democrat in Shelby
eoatty has ' wotktd with the ssal
which Mr. Clapp has given bis party
for the list ten years. He is
admirably -fi t.d 'for tbe position
for which he hai been selected.
Honest and capable, no iutoreat of tbe
people will be. neglected with him as
a member from this county. Vote for
the entire ticiit; The different aoc
tions of the country t.re represented,
- the nationalities are recognised, and
Democrat?, yonjogand old, are working
in harmoty, ar'id on Tuesday let every
Democrat got) the polls and casta
solid vota for the ticket.
The B rtUogliam (Ala.) Agt has
, some facts mid figures ujou the qttes
. tion of mi it crops that throw a
strrng liht ui on it. Tbe ques'.bn is
whether the cotton (.rotter shall re
ceive bis corn tnd Lay Irjui the m r-
shant who "caniso" hiin, or wholher
he shall (row them, with vegf tables
and fruits, for bis hoa'ehold on bis
own eo l. The Agt points out that
Alabama has had two agricultural
eras. One before 1600, the other
since. Statistic! thow in 18(10 the
population of that State produced per
rupiti 410 pounds of cotton, la 1H80,
221 pounds; corn and potatotsln 1800,
forty bushels; in 1880, twenty-one
bushels; awino in 1800, two; in 1880,
seven-eigh.lis, and in 18L10 aix times
as much bay was grown as in 1880.
When we bee that in 18G0, when Ala
bama was producing corn and potatoes
enough for its own consumption, it
was producing nearly twice as much
cotlon as in 18 SO, we see an insupera
ble contradiction to the attssitioa that
"all coiton" is tbe true doctrine for
these regions. When a grower has
nothing to pay for corn, hay, potatoes
snd oats in, and the charges on them,
to the merchant at tbe end of tbe year,
he ia able to employ-more labor next
year, and maintain the laborers most
ly from his own farm produce. This
enables bint to increase his cotton
screaite. Thas mixed crops can he
made to increase the cotton crop.
But aaixed crops induce some farmers
to engage in Block raising, or stnal
fruit and vegetable cultivation, end
so on. These cease to ba cot'.on grow
ers to the advantage of tho.e who
bold to cotlon. There ia another
advantage, and its worth is incalcu'a
ble ; the Agt shows that the man who
grows grasses, corn aid vegetable?,
will have a wider experience and a
sounder iap of ideas than a man
whrsa tfl'jrls all his life are narrowed
down to the production of a single
staple, and iu the end, experience and
knowledge will beat fgnorancs end
na rownens out of tbe field. "All
cotlon" is a present deception at the
expense ot future mine. As tbe
Ari'EAL has often said these who
will not grow their own corn, in tbe
end will have to sell out to those who
The Rev. J. S. Grider, ot Bowling
Green, Ky , under the appointment of
the General Assembly of the Cumber
lsnd Presbyterians to endow the thoo
logloal school ai Lebanon, Tenn., is in
the city. He has been laboring in
this work for one year with meet en
cjuraging success snd comes to pre
sent this most worthy enterprise to
tbe fiiends snd members of the church
in Memphis. This well known and
honored institution baB done a noble
work, especially throughout the South
Aotong its graduates are enrolled a
large number of our ablest lawyers,
statesmen aad ministers, and, indeed,
few if any institutions have done mo-re
toward advancing tbe educational
atatiiB of the Southern or Western
States. It is the purpose of the Gen'
eral Assembly, through its agents, to
double the present endowment of the
theological department and theraby
Increase the facilities of the church
for thorough ministerial training,
That church has not' failed to see that
tbe times demand prcrjffisi in the re'
ligious teacher while other professions
are keeping p with the advancing
spirit of the ags. Congratulating tbe
institution upon its great work in tbe
pact and wishing it a more triumphant
future we toie tbe agent will receive
s hearty welcome ainng our people,
Here snd there throughout the
country continued complaints are
uttered against railroad discrimlna
tloss. State legislation is found to be
powerlcos to prevent this way ot in
ttrferinf with the operations of com
meres. The decision arrived st this
week by the Supreme Court st Wash'
ington, tbat in most cases Stats
cannot Interfere to prevent railroad
discrimination, piovcs that ths people
srs suffering s grlevosa wrong, against
which ths law affords no remedy. A
State can legislate upon freight snd
traffic within its own borders, but
when the (raffle extends from wit his
to beyond (he State it can do nothing.
This shows clearly that Congress must
uss its powr to regulate oommeroe
between ths States, so as to remedy
this and some other evils. If
Congress forbear in this in
Stsnos to do its duty, ths legis
lative efforts of thirty-sight
States will produoe a eonfuelon that
will increase the evil. The popular
objection to discrimination is increas
ing, snd Congress muet respond to it.
With ths long continued snd strongly
expressed feeling against discrimina
tion, why do ths rosds bold so per
tinaciously to the piactloeT As s
business, ths rosds sell trsssporlstion
ss merchants soil their goods. The
dry goods store sad ths grocery, when
conducted by fair business men, sell
to all silks, but ths railroads violate
this wholesome business custom, and
hsve one pries to Smith snd snotber
to Brows, one pries for fitly miles In
one direction aad a different rate for
fifty miles In snotber direction. The
railway people say ths competition of
other roads compel this. Ths mer
chant has to fsce competition sho,
but instead of bargaining snd dis
criminating among' his customers, he
eoeks succors by careful attention to
hia customer's with, by moderate
prices, tprlght dealing, snd ths
good quality of bis wares,
to meet the competition thst faces
him. Lot a.rallroad deal fairly with
its customers, treat them well, d
their basinets so ss to satisfy and
please their atrona In short, do their
bssino8 In sound basinesa style, and
they will have no need for unjust dis
crimination. Only Congrers, it is evi
dent, ran effectually dal with ths
detestable practice cf railroad part a!
diecrimlna ion, for rallrjads, in t .o
many instincts, seek to advincn their
own business by warring upon the
intorena of the mi-s of their cus
tomers, making them d rgusted ene
mies, instead of warm and aiaunchly
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL- SUNDAY,
IN AWFUL CAL1311IT.
SET EX K1T1YE TILLAt.ES
Tolcaalc Eruptions on tbe Island of
Jilufu, One of ihe Tongs Group .
6m FaiNcisco, Cal , October :W
Intelligence Iirs been received at
Auklaud, N. S. W., that on Septem
ber 31st, seven native villages were
destroyed by a volcanic eruption on
the island of Niafu. in tbe Tonga
group of Friendly I lea. The whole
island bas been devastated by volcanic
eruptions. White Island, in the bay
of Planty, is In a state of active erup
tion. A Vist column of tmcke is as
cending from the island to a bight of
liEOBGE II. ELT
Aaka for a pvaalon r Ibe De-
elalttH of IBs usta on J.von
Cleveland. O.. October 30. Tbo
folloing lebgrum was sect today to
thaUnit d States Treasuiy Depart
ment relative to tbe recent decision
concsrninu tbe du'y on ironoiea
sent out by the Western Associated
Pietsfioin Wa hingtjn yetteiday:
The Hun. C. S. FalrchlM. Aaiirt'tit Becre-
trjl tut iromury, wuuinsion, v. e.
Tae undersigned, representing a
pr duc'ion this year of over 3,000,000
tons (f A morion iron ere in th
States of Michigan, Wiscoimn and
Minueaitn. which t roduct Wi uld be
directly affected by such a decitin cf
tbe Treasury Departmont rs is indi
cated in tho As-oiiu'ed Frets dis
patches of this murning, respectfully
reprceorit mat ine iron ore or com
motes is never bought and sold, dred
at a temperAture of 212" Fahienheit
that, univerealiy and everywhere, it is
10'd by the ton . wl'h what
ever moisture may be ia it
when it comes to market. The
effect of suuh a construction of the
law would largely reduce the rate ol
duly on foreign ores and operate most
injuriously on tbe vist amount of
American capital ana ine nnnareasoi
thousands of American laborers en
taxed in American ore production,
llavins bad no Intimation of suck an
annllmittnii for a virtually la'srn reduc-
tion ol tue au'v. we resueo luuy am
rl -- - y ,, ,
for a suspension of the decision of tbe
dooartment apjn tbls BUDiecr, ana
that we may have an oppor unity for
a hearing for tbe (stabliaumenc of tue
fads we have stated.
TUK WESTERN ORB ASSOCIATION.
(Jaukoa II. Klt, freaidoot.
la tbe tfounted Sword and Lance
Naw Yobk. October 30. Capt,
Grant, late of the British army, and
Xavier Orlonsky, lorraeJy of Kaiter
Wilhelm's B ack Hurzats, ton'ghten
gsged in a mounted sword at d lance
c outset at Cosmopolitan Hull. Cipt.
Grant's steed was rettive under tbe
Hashing steel about his head, so tbat
his rider was p aced at adisadvautaga.
There were thirteen attack" in tne
lance contest, in which Mr. Orlonsky
was the victor, beating hia adverswy
by one point. Ia tue twora ligni
O lonekv had things his own way uud
made eight paints while Capt. Grant
B.tone. thui securing the prisma
purse of $1000. The contest decides
that the victor rholl meet Duncan 0.
Koaa in a I ke affair.
Belief of u Rnblae Fatta 8atrrcra,
Bumont, Tkx., October 30 Up to
date the Relief Commit ten of ih scity
have leceived notice of aubs r p'ioi s
apgregatlng J22.308 for the benefit ft
tte sufferers by the floods in Sabine
Pass snd Johnson B y. u. Of this
amnnnt the committee Las dUbursi d
110,000. Trie bilance is now being
col ecled. Four-fl tt s of these dona
tions came from Texaa towns. Tbe
citlea of Galveston and Houston, in
addition to large c sh donations, have
sent the snflxrers half s deaen car
loads of household utenails, bedding
wealing apparel, canned goods, etc,
rirs la a ! SSIae.
Pitibbdro. Pa.. October 30. The
Etandard Coal Mine, st Mount Pleas
ant, Pa, caught firs from furnace
ipa'ks tonight, and in less thsn sn
bour tns tippie snait ana engine
house were totally destroyed. The
mine then bruited, snd is now burn
ins flerce.lv. Ths loss st midnight
was $30,000. Over 4000 men will bs
thrown out of employment by the
Both of Old Bealdeat.
HoLsaooK. Mass.. Ootobsr 30.
8muel Ludden, the oldest resident of
Norfolk county, died last svenlng,
sged 99. Mr. Ludden bad never lived
over halts mils from ths house where
he first saw ths light ot dsy. At the
time the flrtt elan of war was sounded
in 1812 Mr. Ludden wss sit ing in
church. He went boms, got bis old
gun, went to Oohat set snd helped to
keep back tbe Jtmtisn until tbe arrival
of ths soldiers.
Nsw Youk, October 30 The Con
vention ol tbe motherhood ol lco
motive Engineers today discussed the
repoit oi the insurance uommitt'e.
Seversl clauses wers sdopned. Ihe
(3000 life and accident po iils wars
divided into two policies of $1500 each,
the assessments to be fifty rents for
sach detb on s policy ol $1600. An
other clause limits the age in taking
risks to 45 yrais, and only to members
then. Tne change will go into effect
May 1, 1887.
Aa As lrk Drops Dead.
Washingtoh, October 30. This
rsorniDg Dr. Cbsrles Raymond, a
$1100 clerk in ths Southern divlrion of
ths Pension Office, dropped dead while
sthis desk. Deceased was about 65
yea s ot age, snd wss appointed s
clerk in tbe Peoei n Offioe from the
Seventh District of Iudiana August
80, 1834, and waa promoted ths follow
ing year. Ths coroner wss notified.
Itaochfd la Oao Boaas.
Naw Havsm, Conn,, October 30.
Btrly this morning, in ths presence of
abtnt ICO spectator, Tom Soulihan,
of Ila'tford, and Albert Stevens, an
g tan biuir, formerly of Spring
field, Mass., fought s pr.ae fight of one
round, lasting one minuta std s half,
at l'elar Swamp, in tta mountains
near Bristol, Coon. Hiulibsn drew
hi od at everv blow. At tbe end it
the times.ee 11 d bis opponent yield
ed. The stakes er-$1(0.
A Doubly Mad Tragedy.
Wilkibsarhx, Pa., Oi!fb-r SO. A
djube tragedy occurred this af:er
nnon t the Bennett s opt f W. G.
Payne A Co. V c lii ry, n ar K ngiton.
Wil i m Moa s. one ot fie o deal min
ing ei giui eis in I.tuerije couuiy, was
on duty at ttie cilliry. II j w s iiiven
the signal ta bout ths cage from the
bottom of tbe fha't, which was 300
feet drep. lie supposed everything
was cltur bs'ow. and stirted bis en-
giro just ai John BroJds, the foot
man, was runn nz a car upon tfce (aire.
Tre sudden boiitini threw Brnddaoff,
anu in faning tie via? caught batweeu
tbe cage and the bra: tic,' n tbe s de of
bestial', and wa li s'auUv killed. Ai
S"on as Engineer Mo-es nas informed
ol vtbHtu-d harp red, he waikea to
his room nesr by, lo k a revolver from
his rout pockot, at d pli-cing it to his
forehead fireJ, ki'l nu hims if.
J. 8. Mbnk'in left Thursday night
last for tbe Northern markets.
Miss Oakbt will take ait pupils on
Fiidaya and Sitnrdavs, at atudio at
the Clara Conway Institute.
Judos T. J. Latham has been at
home sick for several days, but it is
thought he will be out again in a day
Capt. Davs Tci kkb, a well known
gentleman of Camden, Ark., i vis ty
ing irlocds and relatives at ao. lH
Mosby street, this city.
Mils. J. H. TnoMPSoa loft on the
L'.uisville and Naihvil e railroad yes-
erday msroin a to visit menus at
Humboldt and Trent on.
It is earnest' v d sired that all ladle s
who exnei t ta take pa tin tbe "Fencb
Maikflt'f Bhill m e' Tuesday mornir g
at 10:30 o'clock a'. SCO Second street.
By order of chairman.
Tug R?v, Hanry Dnnlan, late of the
Diocrst) of Gsurgia, having accepted
the redorship of the Church of the
Good Shepr eid, will bdd rervices t J
day at 11 o'clocx and 7 o'cioik p.m.
Mas. E. M. CnELLiP. in the Cctton
Exchange Buiid ug, is now piepaied
to stamp embroidt-rv ti orelor. A'
tentinn is invited aieo to her large and
beautltul ha's, tmhrauiitg the la est
Kino Tophbtt Askmbly, Nl 54!)',
will hold an op?n meeting at Na. 25S
Second street, Monday nigh', a', 8
o'clock, for the purpose of hearing
the interests of Kn'ghtB of Labor d s
cuessd. Everybody is Invited to a.
tand. The Chick isaw G jards have an ex
cellent cigar named hIUt thein which
is controlled bv 1. Satnelson & &.,
and, althougri t',is ciitar is sold for ten
cents straight, conniiistiurss pronounce
it equal to any li.cent cigar sold in
in the country.
CtaBBNCB Sklden has returned tt
the city af er an absence of several
years in Lit le Rock and wiil again
make Moments b'.s home. Air. teiunn
is one of the most expetienend of cot
ton sted oil men, and far tbat rtaion
has bven charged with the manage
ment of the Uanauir Mills. His hosts
of friends, in commercial circles espe
cially, will be glad lo welcome him
A rrsB an absence from Memphis cf
two years, I have returned, and can
be found as ciited with the well
known d rvgoods lirmof GerberA Meltf,
No. 207 Main street, oppoeite Court
Square, who ca-rya large and wll
sehcted stoc, at pi ices to comiete
with any h'.uss iu the marknt, where
I will be pleased to see my old friends
at all times. R-p?ctfu'lv.
CUAS. A. DOUGLASS.
Tnis is to certify that after Un yea s
cf puffoiiuu with bronchitis, being In
a lingerirg condition, I f.irtunutely
(Providential y) full into the hands of
JJr. a. V. Xiieay, 1 1 flifmpuip, ienn.,
who nresjribed and tarn sued me
with remedies which have leetored me
to perfect hetltb. Al.boujh 70 years
of age, I feel young again.
JtiSKPll H. BU0WN.
Viniiterof tli Batiat Churoh, Uyersbura,
Clrcotl Conrt-Kalaa, Jodie.
Jury calendar for November 1st:
Ca'endar same hb herntoiore iiub
lit bed. beginning at tin 9149, Taxing
Distriot vs W. A. Bickf wd, with the
addition of No. IK)3, P. M. Patterson
& Co. VB H. A. K ivnon.
Crlmlaal ConrS- DaBoar, Jadae
Felix Lang was sentenced to ten
leara for the killing: of Prince Bone.
Squire Morris, tae s aver of John
Clark, alias John the Baptist, waa
given a var's sentence.
Wni. Bath was brought into tbe
Criminal . Court this morning aad
sentenced to twenty years im
onsonment for the murder of John
Kelly. An appeal wiil probably be
Cra my Patch."
Oratf Patch is as popular as ever add
Kate Oasilet n ju t as charming, if ths
following f om ihe 8t touis Pott Dit
patch may bs credited: ' Craiy Patch
compares favorably with all tbe farci
cal comedies which have gained suc
cess. It relies on lis thorough ab
surdity to smuse, snd Is constructed
for no othsr purpose. Its mission is s
success, if ths veidict of the large au
dience at the Grand last night may bs
accepted. It kept ths house in a roar
of laughter from beginning to end.
The farce is an improvement over
most of its kind, beciuse it bas mors
plot snd mors genuine comedy is it
than most ot them. There is lebs de
pendence on mechanical devices and
rough borss play. Miss Castleton does
her share with that cleverness, chic
and quiet effectiveness which has
made ber so popular. Ths fares is
udusus ly well cast, and is in the
hands of competent people." Tbe
company srrlves today and will begin
an engagement at tbe Memphis Thea
ter tomorrow night.
The Great Boris Clrcna. .
Boston Glob, July 10, 1 886 : "John
B. Djria's circus snd menagerie had a
full attendance last evening at Chel
sea. In fact, the large tent tearcely
held ths vast thrrng. Miss Stokes,
whoe wondeifol lidiDg bas been the
chief topio In Boston society, rode,
and rode in a .manner which pro
slaimed ber indeed a rlr'er graceful,
tearless and beaut. ful. The applause
sras tremendous. Mr. James Kob n
son slso, ho is known ths world
over as ihe champion bareback rider,
performed in a way never before seen
by a Boston and ence at least, not
nines Mr. Robinson's last viait. He
is without doubt s finished artist, de
fying the most captious criticism.
Every department of the circus snd
menagerie is conducted on first cUss
principles Each performer does bis
or her woikin s most complete way.
We it okod In vain for s bad or com
mon pis e set. As a circus, it Is cer
tainly s success, snd in fact exceeded
our expeo stu ns. The show is in
everv wy worthy if patronage."
Tbe Dor 8 cir.U" wi 1 exhibit in Mem
phis Tueeday, November 9 h.
Toulhon, Squirrels, Quail,
Are among tbe Due game to be found
at the famous nia k t ol V. D. FucHs,
Nob. 39 and 41 Jeffxson s'reetT Ha
also bas all kluis of Irish meat, Le
titles oysters and vegetables. His is
one of tbe tioises that ought to be
kaown to all wl o va.it the best the
market can afford.
THE FRONT ROW PHALAJiX
BATTLE A I. RAY.
Merchants Agree to Shut Up
Shop o:ia Work ou Elec
The 2d cf November is cloce at
nJ. The iSRme nmiuVr detuned
which was made for tl. nomination
of Mr. James Phelan by the Deaioc-
(euj 1 1 iu? uit)iicr. is now n.aue icr
Ms elec ion, aud for that of Messrs.
L?nr, Montdotico, Clapp, Davis,
Alliiu, Harrell and O Hum. to the next
Geneial Assembly. It is hardly likely
tbat the election will be a lowed by
the Damccrats to go by default, if any
thing may be judged iioin tbe liet of
names pnbluhed below, which is the
largest of the kind ever published in
the Appeal. Every sigoalute was
made in giod faitb. A positive prom
ise to cl( at) was mads in each and
every instance, and the ticket must go
Bfrrchama Who Will Close.
We, the undereicned. agree a clo?e
our bnsinfBi houtes end effices on
Tuesdav, Novemoer 2d, election day,
from 10 o'c eck a.m. until 2 o'clock
p.m., in O'der to give our employes
time t igoti the poilB and voto:
Schoolfleld, Hanauor Tonf, McGowanACo,
A Co, M Qurvin 4 Co,
Hill, Fontalno Si Co, Fader. Frank 4 Co.,
AliUury, Craw lord 4 John K ti.-oed i Ci ,
Co, K C Buchanno A Co,
8ugr 4 Pettit, J T J. flerjon 4 Co.
(iouruo Arnold 4 Co, L Po lcstn 4 Co,
IIii(ldoii&l''iirrinton, J H Collin 4 Co,
Meinphia Fert'r Co, A Vanniro 4 Co.
J F Frank At Co. OL Fioklin,
J J Shotui .kor 4 Co, Juhnaoa 4 (luinee,
I'unncouia nro, v; y Moror X to,
KuCrxir 4 Co. .Incnhn .V Ui.rmit.
Xay or 4 Duflin, Fulm. r, Th'nt'n 4Co,
Otto Bohwill 4 Co, It K hankll 4 Co,
bimon leucht, Jn Juy 8mlth4 Co,
Fly, llorron4IIoba'n, Kirk Allen Co,
Carter 4 lilefina, M Tnberu 4 Son,
u u lltruern , wo, b VondiK,
Lowborn A Nawuiii.H H luvl... Pa.
John A Dome, Sledge 4 Norfleet,
!! M Apperaon 4 Co, F MoUadden 4 Co,
John Keid, WnodruS 4 Oliver,
J T Faraaion 4 Co, Brooka, Neely 4 Co,
Kvertion 4 Co.
B H Binford.
Carberry 4 Caaey,
C U Karr Co,
Aliton, Mury 4 Co,
W CPowe I 4 Co.
uooper a uo.
Mem Cider 4 Vin Co,
t-tewart.Uwvnn 4 Co, Day, Hoiton 4 Bailor,
a ivi lYiinami, n b uruoe a uo,
F W Brode 4 Co, Porter 4 M-rae,
W 8 Lake, Martin Walt 4 Co,
Arbuoklelc Richard'n.N J White,
li okaaon,(jloud 4 Co, A Katr,
NMll'itiron, Goodhar, Lnve 1 C
Van Vleet 4 Co, Dreyfua, Marx 4 Co,
w ii Johnion 4 Co, II Wettor 4 Co,
I.oeb 4 Mook, ) barneleon- 4 Co,
R bjoo, Bio 4 Co, Jonoi Broa 4 Co,
.1 H Godwin 4 Co, Bnrkedale.DentunACo
Oilbert Kleiner, K U Leidy,
F L arne,. Aahbrook White,
J W Flccoa 4 Son, liayoe.', t Ilia 4 Co.,
Gordon Krni 4 Co, A M Boyd 4 Sons,
Lane t uorien, a w Ilampton 4 Co,
V 11 Brown 4 Co. MB l.iltnn A Co.
T lech 4 Co, Ilarttnua 4 Co,
Uoodlett a uo, i Fulla 4 Co,
fleome Winchester, M C Pearre 4 Co.
Beni Babb4Co. Tonnaand. Cnwie4no.
John Sherwood 4Co, W A Uage 4 Co.
W m Fr lion 4 Co. Jacob J Perea 4 Co,
Jaoobi 4 Uexter, Kllrt''n L Bow 4 Co,
Wen 11 Ijalnam, U e Farnsworth 4 Co,
W F Tavlor 4 Co.
j I, uocke 4 Co,
J J Cowan A Son,
Onodbar 4 Co,
W U Berry 4 Co,
Wm liowl-a 4 Son,
at ill w ii kern on,
wataon dr lint.
Memphis Sad llery Co.A 1) Xreadwell 4 Co,
7 M I.' ... . L t? l a. r..
F Ozanne 4 Co.
LangataU" 4 Co,
Orntil Bros 4 Co,
B J Bomiuej 4 Co,
H Brooka 4 Co,
Adler Bros 4 CO.
Zollner 4 Co
Orabani, Courins 4 Co,
Jobott. n 4 Vanoo,
Uunti r Broa,
Marz 4 F' rfilick,
Gerber 4 Malta.
M A E G Kremer 4 On,
(.has Uerzog 4 ilro,
Will Bo Held YoilHjr at the Varlou
Charehea at tbe llonra Named.
Rowan Million. Fort Pickering,
vloes at 11 a.m. and 7 :30p.m.
Ht. Mary' i Cathedral. Pop) ar street. Ber-
vioesai 7 ana u a.m. ana4:.ij p.m
Strangeri' Church. Union street. The Rov.
jn . ai. bong, pastor, berrioos at 11 a.m.
and 7:30 p.m.
Jmmanuel Vhurch. No. 254 Third street, be
tween jerteraon ana court. Service at 11
a.m. and 7 ;.w p.m.
Central Mcthaditt Church. Union street
Services at 11 a m. and 7 p.m. K. II.
Mabon, 11.11., paBtor.
CAriifian Church. Corner of Linden and
Mulberry atre-ta. J. B. Briney, pastor.
eeryioes ai iu:u a.m. ana 7:oV p.m.
Oaltarv Church. Conn of Second and
Adams streets, bervioea at 11 a.m. and 7:30
p.m., by tae Her. Davis eesaums, pastor.
Second Prcibultrian Church. Corner Main
and Beale streets. SVrviosa at 11a.m. and
7: JO p.m. by the Iter W. K. Hoggs, pastor.
Central BantUt. Second street. near Beale
Preachina- at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. by
Kev. A. W. liamar, pastor. All seats free.
Jtrtf BaptiH. Services at 11 a.m. and 7:30
p.m. Bpeoiai sevtoe at night. All seats tree,
All are invited. Rev. U. A. Venable, pastor.
lirit Prubyfrian. Corner of Third and
Poplar streets. Preaching at 11 a.m. and7;30
f.m. by tne tf.tr. lugon iiaBlel,l l., pas
Antanato Strut Ue&oditt Chwtk. Corner
Linden and Hernando at'eeta. Serv oeiat
11 a.m, and7;3tlp.m. by Kev. J. M.Speaoi,
Si. Ptter't Roman Calkali Church. First
mass at 7 a m.t aeoond mass at a.m. t high
aasand strmoa at 10i30 a.m.) raspers at
FirH Af(Aodt. Corner of Second and Pop
lar streets At 11 a.m., leotnre by the Hon.
Henry Craft. At 7:30 p.m., preaohiag by
Kev. T. L Boinell.
LauAtrdaU tib-eef VaarnrlerMm Church.
Corner Lauderdale and Beale streets.
Preaching at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Rev. 8.
C. Caldwell, pastor.
Tounf Men' l Chrittian Aocinlian-'Om-pal
and song service this aitarnoon at 11:30
o'elook, oonduoted by L, H. Katea, at tbe
hall, 207 Main street. Young mea and
strangers eipeciaily invited.
One Church Corner Vance and Lander
dale streets. The Kev. Geo. Pattoraon.D.
1)., rector. Morning tervio and sermon
at 11a.m. t evening prayer and tervioeatS
p.m. Karly communion at 7 a.m.
Cumberland Prmhyttrimm. Court street.
The Rev. J. 8. Grider, of Bowling Green.
Ky., will preach at 11 a.m alter whioh there
will be anotdination service. Usual service
at 7:30 p.m. Kev. U. A. Jones, pastor.
Alabama 8hrt PrmhyUrian Church. -Cot
Bar et Alabama street and Jones avenne.
Services at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m., by Rev.
James L. Martin, pee tor. After the morning
saivice a eongregational meeting will be held
to transaol important baiioeas.
List ol undelivered telefrrams re
maining at the Western Union Telegraph
Oftoe, New Cotton Kxchange Building, cor
ner Madison ana Second street. Office
hours from 8 to 10:30 e'olook a.m., and from
J M Edward , Miss H Hegman,
Bowdre A Bros A Co, bra are 1 Marshal,
J 8 D.vaot, O W Smith A Co,
8C Leva, Dr L K Lobarder,
A Hoakins. K W How,
Dillard A Coffin, G O Beloher,
B Lewenatein A B,3, M J Blessing,
Capt. Jones Rees,
Faraoee A Hunter,
J 8 11 Co.
F M Maddox A Co,
Mrs T Durff,
W P Muller,
J C Turner,
J B Darland,
Jao K Speed 4 Co,
J R eeedwin A Co,
J T Jetferaon A Co,
W B Griffin ,
L Danalaon A Co,
Gut 1 eber,
O W Uuyer A Co,
o n umat
Geo U Snyder,
C R Ryan A Co.
Maj H MUerln.
Wlisen A Sag A Co,
C A Greenlee.
Mri J K Fuller,
J O Jomson.
W C Powell A Co,
J W Alli en,
Capt 11 Hooper,
Mrs Jane atoCarver.
At the corner r f TJnli n and Main, is a
ilfct which on" can always rdly on
findinir hods and sh es d Ihe va-ry
bo-t q ivi y.aud at Invest iiricts. Tbe
Hi l'o a e txpeiierced eJeulerp, end do
all ih.n ran b. done to please cus'em
er.. Ihoso who o.nnut be acoujwo
drtrd there must bs very bard to
STJEAM axd iiaxd pumps,
8TEAM FirTIXGS AND PIPE, ,
INSPJRATORS, JET Pllff I
m:LTi.a ax packing,
A FINE LIKE OF BREECH & MUZZLE-LOADING SHOTGUNS.
ORGILL BROTHERS & COi
NEW AUCTION HOUSE.
WE would respectfully announce to the pnblis that we) have opened KB Aaeliqn Honre,
. and will conduct the General Auotion Buaineia. at onr nld stand, fto. 1V3 alttlB
Mreel, in tbe Webster Block. Havina aeaured the servioes of Maj. J. R. MCDONALD, the
well known Auction Saleman, who bnsalong eipericc in the aoctioa business, we are
prepared to make aa'ea at RKSiDKS'iKS or SlORh'UUUSES, and will pay partioular atten
tion to tbe sale of Real Estate and solioit a liberal patronage, as our mutto ia QUICK 8ALK3
and PROMPT SETrLEMENTo We will make special rates with Attoraejs, Adminis
trators, Assignees, Sheriff. Commissioner! and Guardians. Sales at our bale-rooms daily
at 10 o'clock a.m. and at 7 o'clock . m., and Trade Sa'es once a week, the Ur la be an
nounced hereafter. Coraignments ot Maroband'ee of every kind solicited.
ki. KhMiiutr av
J. B. MnTiOKALO. Hulomnn. '
EUGENE UOBINSOiN 'S MUSEUM
It.Q Peoples' Verdict A Giant Show at Midget Prices I
js&QisrjDiirsr njoT". 1st
OPBN DAILY FROM 1T0 10:30 P.M. OPEX
CROWDED DAILY BY THE ELITE OF TBE CITY !
Auuuiaii uv x.uciiu.c wuigirj,-
The Smallest Midgets Living.
3 CAVALIERS 3
ITU. PESXICK.Tne II nmou Balloon.
Moiis. VEKOX1, King of Fire
The Only rirht-class Family
RRRKRWD PKTS IN TUB
OF MESPniS SAFE DEPOSIT, TRUST CO.-AND
AO. 13 MAOIfcOI SllSAJKl, iriiijiiA-jiis, Ajt.xsjs.
B. DIBLET FBATSt R, Prralelrnt. WII.KHRSrtW, l-PrildeB.
K J. 8LACH, (Joablfr. Wm.B tIKll'l ISO, teller.
HOARD OF DIRECIOKS.
W D BETHEL. J. R. GODWIN. S.P PEAD. W. N. WILKERS0N,
Tlios 11 AILKN. JNO OVERTON, Ja., W. F. TAYLOR. R. B. SNOWDKN,
s.X Mcdowell, r dudlki-fraVser, ww.a.williamson. r.j. black.
SAVINGS ESPECIALLY SOLICITED. I Vf EJBES t PAID OM DKPONIIS
THIS INSTITUTION IS AUTHORIZEDUNDER THE LAWS OF TENNESSEE:
To do a General Bankine Business. Dlsooont Paper, eta, Tp Buy and Sell Storks, Bonds and
Local Securities, io Receive Depoaiu and pay IN I ERKSr thereon. To Inveat In beouritiea
for Eatates, Minors. Truatees, and others. To act a lruatee. Admir.istrater, Exeoutor er
Guardian, tame as an Individual. To act aa Receiver for Corporations, Lit-canta, and ia
a'l caaea of Trust. To Bur and Sell Echane. Alio, have a bjle Deposit Vault, wherein
Valuables of all kinds on be safely tent. A lepo tory ot t"e State ot Tonne.aee.
-Speolal AtUntion Paid to Collection a. Ptrinnre Reai.enituilv H-liteil.-wt
THE FAI1II COTTON OIL CI).
Ed L. Johnson A Co., Proprietor.
A private ccr .ioratlon of which EdL.
Johnfon ii manegpr, forced by tbe ex
igency of the tima to cone before tbe
public bt fire its plana are fully coin
pitted, muki the faot of its birth and
readiness to bcKiu a part of the woik
undertaken public ai tbia time.
We are at pre ent prepared to do a
ganeral brokerage bufincg ia cotton
oil, era ie and rt fined, and make coc
tracts for refinina: cot'on oil in any
part of tbe United States. Qialiiy
of the refined oil and quantity result
ing frem the erode guaranteed when
a autlicieiitly larjja eample is sent for
We mean bueinera, and in opposing
thia monopoly endeavoring to control
the oil business by all means in its
power, vte must ins et on a similar
guarantee o! good faith from those ap
plying to ot, as ve give below.
We expect before long to place arti
cles (or home consomrt:on before tbe
public, and we h pe for generons treat
ment fron those ho believe in keep
ing tbe profits of home manufactures
at home.' Our only regret is that the
lecret methods adopted by thia monop
oly prevent Ol from taking the publio
mora fully Into our confidence,
We solicit corretpondence from In
dependent mil's and refineries, and
refer those wishing to do business
with this new firm to the Union and
Planters' Bank, of this city, for our
We five below oar personal guaran
tee of good faith to all with whom we
We base oar hoprs of success as we
do onr name on enr faith in tbe fut
ure of the cotton oil industry, which,
with fair and healthy ccmpttiticn.baa
done and will do more for the land of
cotton than it can ever do under the
tyranny of monooolv.
ED. L. JOHNSON A CO ,
P. O. Box 191.
State of Tennessee Shelby oounty :
Before me, Hansdon Cary, a No.
tary Fublio in aid for said county,
duly commissioned and qualified, per
sonally oame and appeared Ed. L.
Johnson, who makes oath, indue form
of law, tbat he i one of tbe firm of
Ed L. Johnson & Co., prop'ietora of
tbe Faith Cotton Oil Company.
Affiant further makes oath that
neither himself nor any mem
bar of bis firm now ba, or will have,
any connection with tbe Cotton Oil
Trust, or any other combination or
organization tdat is det:imental to
the interest of tbe cottin planter;, or
the consumers of cotton seed oil, for
one year; and not then, unless by oash
sale, of which due notice will be given
in the public press and tint ha and
bis said firm will keep strictly any in
formation imposed to them as con
fidential, aa well as all transactions
with their cu6tomes. For the eom
psoy. d i. JOHKSDW.
Sworn to and subscribed before me
thia Oc'ober 30, 1S86
HUNSD0N CART, Notary Publio,
New Auction House.
L. Besthoff & 0, 105 Main street,
have gone into the auction buBineee,
nd Maj. J. B. McDoi a'd has b?en
employed as ancliureer. The firm
will make rales at their store, at re
sidences, or at p'aces preferred by
tho'e whose bus nfsj they have. It
is au enterprising firm and deserves
success in i's new lin
Furuiture an 1 Carpets.
Mitchell A Bryaon, No. 303 Ma'n
street, bave be jn in the bu-iavst longer
than any o'ht-r tlea er. Tney carry
greater qtiuctity if gnotln, and sell at
very lowe t p"cs. Taka a look at
thtir stcck, a.d yon will b likely tj
find al the artic'ei you want ia tbe
way of furniture and ca peti,
jv., i.iceDfci Auctioneer!.
SATURDAYS FROM 10 A.M. TO II P.M.
IN OUR BEAUTIFUL
CONGKESS OF KOVELTIES
lO Star .x-tlamfat lO
ItoHort for Ladies nd Chll-
to AH. lO Ot.
THKATER. 10 1. KNTM KATK A
THE FRENCH MARKET.
Tbe Preiramma Prepared by Ibe
Woman's ExrbniaKe for
It io of significint canniest on our
improved civic morals that the ladies
of Memphis do not hesitate to appro
priate tae evening of election day,
utxt Tuesday, frr an original and
pnpu'ar entertainment at the
Womeu'a Excharge. The "French
Mftrkst," wiih the b airre display of
all manner of wares "under the gas
light," its rows of stalls and tempting
tables (occupying two speoious floors
and basement) wheie Oreo'e coffee
and oybters aerved by dark haired
beautiee, or Hu-No tea from the handa
of almond eyed and f atin draped Ce
lestials, or icen, cakes and "pies an'
things" from lily banded terrestrials
(who are mere to cur'tastd) and all
tbechatterof gay t affic between dulcet
voiced huckster's snd courtly cavaliers
in the market will be to the musia of
a shrubbery bidden orchestra. That
will bs a scene to soothe the most
pavrge partisan' that election day
ever produced.,: From the polla
to No. 8C6 Beeond. street will be
the order of. going on the pa-t of all
good citizens next Tu:eday Fathar
Hadden is expected to bea'.ow hia
benediction on the ladiea and take kla
vesper oye er with the prettiest 'mar
ket woman theie. 'l'be successful and
unsuccessful candidates will smoke,
ths pipe of pate- together on the
broad ptesas, and all the money left
after election expentes wrill be lav
ished tot bouquets (red o whlto roses)
and election 1 rakes. In short, the
Women's Exchange Is sure to be a
brilliant and attractive fcane on Tues
day night, whether Alf or Bob is
elected, ' We- can': always worry
tbiouth somehow under either party
but without the good Wjtk of our good
women there wqnld be 'aa earthaaaks
in lees than twenty-four hours.
Ths "French Markflt," bj members
of Women's Exchange) whleh was set
for Tuesday next, ia'poefboned on ao
count of election. It will be held two
davsi Friday and , Baturday, the 6th
and 6tb;- " "'-;
This powder never varies. A marvel oi
purity, strength and w io e mena. More
eoinom'04l tiiao th ord nary kinda, and
eannot be Bold o eompe ttlnn with tbe mal
titude ot low teat, .nort weicht aJum or
DhuJl'h.H powda-a. S .LB ant in CUB.
ROYAL BAKlN'l HorVUK-tCJ ,
lutl Wall street, New York.