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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEALSUNDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1880.
AI8WEBS HIM COMPETITOR,
ii4 Pryei Concluslrely That the
Utter Hu N Jnst or Tenable
Orearfs of Centest
The Atmal, hating in the spirit of
iftirDfei nd justice that has always
ebaracteriaed ittowuxd? its opponents,
published the (rontids ol contest in the
6eoon4 Congretsiorjal District of Mis
sissippi Ijr Gen. James R. Chalmers,
today makes space lor the answer of
Judge Morgm, the successful Demo
cratic Candidate, and his competitor.
It is complete and must satisfy every
Democrat, if cot every Indfpendent
nd Republican also, that Judge Mor
gan was fairly re-elected to the place
In the Ilonse which
' creditably and well.
he has filled so
Jw4g M. H. Mortaa'. NialMiaaat.
WiHyi8TO, Dttembcr 10, 1886,
Tbt Bob. J. 11. Chalm.ru
Sib I have recoived yonr notice
that yon will contest my right to
seat in the Fiftieth Congress of the
United Bisti's as a member-elect
represent the Secend District of Mis
sissippi, and for answer thereto, say
riBvr ooMMBsioKBMor bliotioh:.
I deny that the Commissioners of
Election, who held the election in th
several conntits of the district, were
Illegally appo nted, at cnarged by yon
In making appointments of neieou
to discharge the Jat'na appertaining
to these Important offices, I aver that
the Governor, lieutenant Governor
and Becret-ry of bia'e discharged the
trnt confided to them in strict ac
cordance with the statute conferring
the power, and with well considered
care and conscientious regard fur the
That the (State Board hes refnsed
heed the rreiects of candidatoa for
office who have had the hardihood to
ask to have their expectant followers
appointed for thfclr own eelflih, and
perhaps unlawful, purposes, I du not
deny; and the charge thnt Ton Drefe
with so much solemn and lachrymose
gravity, "tnat in the late election for
Congnss Hie Governor, Lieutenant
Governor and Pecrc-tvr of State re
fneed to appoint the Oommlrmlnnere of
Election recommended by me (you),1
may do true.
It is absurd to Insist, as yon do, that
the trae latent and meaning of the
statute is that candidates for office,
without regard to their politics, shall
ne repreeenteu in me Hoard ol Uom
niiBsiont-rs, by persons, without re
gard to their politics, recommended by
It Is not true that I stated at By
nana, Dnioro we Uomiulsnioiiera
Election were appointed, that I bad a
letter from . Gov. Lowry, stating that
no person rtcommeiHiuJ by you would
oe appointed, mis Is entirely lrama
terlaltoany issue that can arise in
this controverey, and 1 thus notice it
in justice to Gov. Lowry. If neces
sary, or aosirea urine itommittse on
. eotlons, I will produce the letter It
ell before the committee.
I deny that any of the Com mien Ion
M annnlnt.:,! I.. 11 T.. I, 1
Marshall, Lafayette or Union counties
were "mere tools of my party friends,"
as cnargej ny you, or were appointed
tor any Diner loan lawiui purposes.
sboond iNnncroKS or II.KCTIONS.
' I aUnr that In everv nnnntv In fho
district, except Tippah, the Inspectors
were uiegaiiy appointed, ss charged
, y you.' l 1
All of the inspectors of the late
election wra appointed under the
provisions of the Code, and I averthut
in ine Becnna f.siriot all of the ap'
pointments were made bv the Com-
miayionen of Election for the several
counties in the district, in etriot ac
cordance witti tue law, with a view
. alone to an honest and lawful dis
t charge of the duties required of them.
t 1 I THlRn KtfllBrRATlOW.
I deny that my friBnds falsely and
fraudulently changed the registration
books in some countlis to prevent
loose opposed to tbe Uemocratio
party from voting, as charged by yon,
or that they have ben thus charged
In any of the counties. I deny ttint
yoa have the r'glit to have o.innted
for yon all the negroes mhosw names
appear on the books for the last six
years, whether Ihev voted or not, or
whether d. ad or a'ive. Your cla m is
unreasoohble and extrtv.iant, and in
justice and fairness I hopo and trust
will not lie allowed. Your charge,
"that at Olivo Branch, lu Dosoto comi
ty, every friend of mine (youre) who
offered to vote, except to, was re
jected beraue the Inspectors raid his
name was erased on the bonks 'he
cause he was dead or removrd,' " is a
eruel loke perpetrated on yon by your
friend, Charlie Haynie, who was one
of the lonely to. 1 am informed
that it is a fait that but four men were
rejected at that box all told, and two,
if not three, of the f dor were my
friends, and teudered their tl.keta
w.th my came on them. But
83 Tot were cast at this box.
ol which number I reoeivtd 81 and
you received 'I. The only chance to
, give yon the 100 majority claimed by
you, would bo to have counted
for you every colored man whoso
name appears on the book, whether
he desirtd to vote or not, and whother
he is dead or alive. 8uch is the
rjdiculoos absurdity of tliiB claim.
ThoreEeems to have been a dial reusing
morialltv of the same character, as
Bhown by the election re turns, at
tending your "enpnortnis" at many
other voting p'aeos In the district, ss
well ss at Olive Branch. I am willtcg
In the "wintor of your discontent"
that yoa may make use of any device
that your genius can unjust that will
In any manner contribute to yonr
comfort, but I insist that it shull be
limited to the oliice of solacing your
own mind. Your comparison 1 the
relative strength of the population,
based on color, as shown by ihecen
, sus, and deduction therufrom that
i more of my supporters (white men)
were registered than you:s (colored
men), is based npoa the de
lusion that seems like a nightmare
to have seised upon yonr mind,
that all the colored men are Republi
cans, and that you, who are not a Re
publican and never were, have the
right as sgalnst the world to have
their votes, as shown by the census,
counted for yon, whether they even
wished to vote or not.
I: is not true that anybody admits
that there are only twenty-five or
thirty colored Democrats in l'.uula
county. And whether true or not.
this could nrall yea no'.hlnjr, for I
deny that yen had any claim what
ever to suoport from the Republican
party, or that the Republican i H:ty iu
i the lata eleo ion rocogn'sed ycuin any
manner whatever as having acy c'aini
to its support, or that the colored co
pie felt any interest in your success.
On the coutrary, they had no rt sprat
lot yoa, and ther and tlio Republicans
lesrarally, bad a contempt for yoa and
yonr few white, diaoennolate, office
rorjBTH-sujxor box wrwmna.
It is not trae that either Senator
George and others, or I, in any speeches
made by any or either of us, in the
canvass just closed, or that Senator
Lamar, or Gov. Lowry or I, in any
speeches nWe by ne, or either of us,
in the year 1484 or at any other time,
advised any other than lawful methods
to be pursued in carrying elections:
nor coold anything eaid by any, or
either ol ns, at any tins or plsee, have
been otherwise coattrtted by any fair
C'pU Willis Hunter and Capt. John
W. 8. Tate and R. LBraden may have
ma le the remarks attributed by you
to them. All three of the geat.etnen
have known you personally and as a
politician for a great many yean, and
well understand that you are the great
muster and profesorof all the el c ion
tricks and crooked muihoda known in
the art of bi'tot manipulation, and
when tey heard yon, with apparent
fxaviiy, prating ahnnt "a full vote, a
ree ballot, and a fa r count," I doubt
not that their aiirthfrjl feelings got (he
better of them, and they may have
used some such exprnesions as tboe
attributed by you tethem; but that
they intended tbeitty to encourage
frauds open the ballot box, I deny. I
aver that every qualified elector in the
district who tl wired to vote for you,
cune to the pools and voted for you,
and bis Tote was honestly counted for
And now, for further answer to your
said notice, I make the following state
ment: Tcu have, since you attained
yonr majority, professed to be a Dem
ocrat, and claim to bs each now. Ycu
were elected District Attorney when a
young man as a Democrat, and to the
HeDate of Misslea'ppi. In 1876, ss eucb.
You were elected to tno Forty-fifth and
Forty-eixth O.mKresees as a Democrat,
and commissioned to the Forty
seventh as such. Tou were, when a
member of Congress, chairman of the
House Democratic caucus, and you
were a candidate as a Democrat for a
seat in the Senate of the United Htates
when Senator Lunar was elected the
lattt time. Having been one ted from j
a Democratic seat lathe Forty seventh
Congrees in April, 1S82, on Hie oontest
of John K. Lynih, you found a few
moments of leisure iu which to ntedi
tate npou "the mutability of human
aflitire, and the p.'S-iihilitiaa of the
future. There was now, as demon
stratod by Lynoh's eurcese, no hope
for you in your old distiict. Thorn
was no chance f ir a Democratic nouii
nation lu any other. Inside the Dein
ocratio organisation there were too
many in fiont ol yoa, and (larkne s
shrouded the prnr-pect iu that direc
tion. Y-on bad f itst closed o can
of the State (or United States Bern
but it so happened that not one of
yonr "enpportnrs" grt to the L"glula'
tare. The Second District of Missis
sippi furn shed a most pr.miuirg flu
for a new start. There you had spent
tne earner and t.appter day; or your
youth aad early manhood. Tou
parents before you had lived, died and
wt re buried there.. The meiiiorv t.f
their honond nnmes was freth in the
minds of the people, and was held iu
high esteem by thousands. Bearing
aloft the standard of a good name, re
coived as a legacy from his father,
your dlttllngnlohed brother, Ham
Chalinen, hud rarreJ it into tbo
household of thousands of loving
friends and families, and had, by bis
li.trinnio worth and the practice of all
the noble social, moral and manly vir-
luee, invested trie ve v name ol Uhal
mnrs with a ba'o uf affectionate re
gard. It wan from this district, when
an unknown yonng man. aided by tho
rood name and lilr lame of yonr
utber, you were eiei ted JJietrict At
torney. A largo number of soldiers
commanded by you during the war.
aud possesxing that strong, living affec
tion for their comrades born of hard
ships and s iuerings endured in coin
mon in a common causa, and known
only to heroes. Btlll resided there.
It was a Democatic dirt'ict, but at
that, tmio cait a strong and well orgin
sod ltepnblican vote. You perfected
an arrangement with the loadors of
the Rpnhlton party, the result of
which was that vo;i moved into tho
diHtrict aud dodarod yourself an indu
pendvnt canilidato for Concrasi. Soon
afterward a Republitan convention
gaveyouthe Indoreeineut agreed on.
xue ennvass wai one i t the most re
markable and hotly contested ever
had in the State. Among the score of
distinguished whito Republican lead
ers who took the Oold for yon may be
mentioned tho Hon. Geo. M. Buch
anan, the Hon. U. Chandler, tho
Hou. J.L. Alorphis, Cil. T. W. llarrii
(Gruenhackrr), Capt. J'. W. .Turner,
John S. Burtor, A. T. Wltnberly, O.
ister and E tgsr West. Among
tlio many oolnred Republicans who
were engaged in canvassing for you
under the inspiration of their lenders,
aud who were paid sums of 50 aud
over, were the following:
Hon. Robert Cunningham- $100
Hon. Ben Phillips 200
Hon. Alfred Fiolds 50
Scott Martin 60
Ion. John I . S.ittle 50
Hon. Dan Matthews 50
Hon. 11. W. Nels n 60
Tho follow ingtelrsranhlo dimatehea
will give eome Ulna of the narneetneii
and viger i f tho canvass on the part of
Holut Srtg, Mma., OrtoWiS, Ugj.
Uud. J. T. bottts or A. U l)ii. SardUi
Yon must go to Olive Branch and
make four speeciiee, and Diu Mat
thews go to Tyro and make three
spoechea. If both go, I will pay ex
penses. Answer. .so. s. bdhton.
Stu, Miu., Novmbr I, 18S1.
Send 1100 by expn-s". and all bd-
pointmcnts wid be tilled.
J. T. SETTLE,
lloiar Sen ei, Miu., NuTmber 1, 1SK3.
o 0. N. ton tor, iidlcr'i UuUI, Swilii,
Sent letters to Gen. Chslmors. Don't
be scared. We hvs cot thorn. Ts'.l
Joe Settle aud Dave Ma. thews to
work. If they need money draw on
me. Answer. j.io. . rdbton.
UclI.LT Sr.llNOH. MlM.. OUh.r M. In9.
Qtu. J. K. Chaluivrt. t rdU t
Henderson tulla me to dr nn Mm
for $j00, which I done at nno.
UKO. M. BUCHANAN.
'uiiiinTA. II n 1A ft
lion. Geo. M. Duuliuniio:
D.aw on me for aiudhrr J,'iP(1 and mv
tify the interested. Annwer.
D. B. UK.NUKOS0N.
Holi.t Bpiiirnii. Miua . Oai..k. Iua)
Uen. J. H. Cbaluitri, bardiit
Henderson teleirrauhn Rni-lnnin In
draw another SOtiO and nniifr tlia In.
teres el. I have the money In my
pocket. Meet you at depot in the
morning. jN0. a. bobtok.
Supnorttid bv PrenM.uit. ArLlmr'a xl.
minis'ration. ihe K.unitill, an jiarl nl
the United States, the Rermhl man
arty of the Sscond District of Mis-
siss.pp-, and ev. ry leader in li, white
d It's k : and ti e nowi r r,l th FaiI.
ral Marshal a d Uuilnd Sutf Die.
la Attorney lit Oxlord isabulldoi-
ng f geucv. aud lurt-e mma nt mnnn
from the Hubl.ell luud. you were on:v
hie to poll U729 vi t, s out of a census
opptBllion yote, actording to your
bowing, of 11,724. Tb.ru it appears
that lO.CsWel yoaroensoi awpporters
failed to vote for yon, notwithstand
ing tna close count of Kepobllcan
But, as Col. Maanlng In this contest
only received 8740 of the 15,418 votes
allowed by your "census" plan of as
certaining wno your supporters are,
the result reems to rave been so en
tirely aatisfactoiy to yon ibat it never
appeared to yon that yonr 10.005 "sup'
porters" were "disheartened aad de
terred from coming to the polls by the
various nut nods of frand and tnilmi
dation practiced by yonr(my) friends."
In the election jutt el sad everything
was changed, the Republican ad
ministration of President Arthur bad
been succeeded by the Democratic
administration t f Pesicent Cleveland,
Yonr friends in all the departments at
Wanhinjton, where pnbhe pitronyge
was dis'rihuted so freely at jour cim
tnand, had retired, aad those depart,
ments had pad into band that hid
nosymrathy with yon. Your vigor
ous irieni.'s, D strict Attorney Cha'id
ler, Marehal Morphis and Rovenne
Agent Wimberly, had retired to pri
vate life. Mr. Hubhell had nettled his
"bank account" aud his ' bo iku" were
closed. The same elec.tic.-a). that had
retired the Republican pa ty fnm
power had also retired you, and
demonUratcd te tba party that you
were worthleBB to it. This wca the
fiollt'cal ditufction and condition when,
n the spring of 18S6, yon agnln de
clared yourself to the vote's of the
district sn independent candidate for
Ccngrees. This time the Republican
party declined to bold any communi
cation with you, or in any manner
whatever to exprera a preference f.ir
you. or to intimate to any of its mem
bers that yoa bad any claim on it for
sunpoit; on the contrary, you were
left severely alone, ra heirs the
cSndidate of no party, and
repreaenting nothing but yourself.
There w.m not a single Republican
leader in the district, white or black,
who ever made a speech for jon, or
put himself to the troublo to 'licit a
vote for you daring the whole ranv.ws,
that ever came te say knowh dge. On
the other l and, in the late election,
I, 88 the nominee of the Democratic
p.trty by sn nnanimoas vote of ita
convention, had the cordial and act'
Ive support of ail of ita lea 'en,
Flushed with a recent Preside). t al
victory, the party was thoroughly or-
fauised in evury oonnty In the cMs' rlct.
t had an able Gxecntive Committee
for the district, composed ( f nine rep
resentative men, one in eachcouuiy.
Hic'l county bad a County Executive
Crmmittee, making in all over 100
intelligent, active workingm n, div
tribuled iu every Jus: ice's heat hi the
district. Sixteen newepapdie, d st-ib-uted
in the several c -uutiee, gave me
their active support; end yoa s'nod
without the active ttipport, of a single
one. There wsi no Republican can
didate in tho U Id and no insne be
tween the Republican anil Democratic
parties to excite ititereet. You had
neither aistanc nor sympathy from
either. The only apprehension the
Democrats ever fnlt about the matter
whs that the Democratic voters s emed
to think your candidacy did not
amount to the diguity of opposition,
and that they, la eueequ3hce, feeling
no iineaaiuess about the result, would
negltct to turn out and vote, and that
a lew men in each county, sufluring
from the sticg ot diBeapcointmnnt,
might, I' y a precorcerti-d movement,
get tin a few votas that would sdd up
a ran r;ty for you. To prove ,t this
alone, the Dem icretio paity, through
ita oa'B!i'B?d commit'cea, its tixteuu
newsj'apers sod iti public speakers,
directed its efforts. To thU end,
such distlngiiished phoaknrs es
Senators George and Walthall and
Lieutenant Governor Shaads were
invited to speak, and did m-ke
three speeches each, covering the
nine cmntieft compi sing the d'slrior.
The Hon. J. W. O. Watson, Gen. A.
M. West, the' Hon. 8. T. Fant and C.
L. B.tes, divided their attention bd-
tweea Marshal aud ilentou tonutiee,
and other distinguished gentlemen
made speeches iu their home counties
Mr the .ams puruo e. The led nir ol
security on the part of the Democratic
voter was such, that alter all our
oflorts wo only succeeded in gelling
to the polls 785S of the 15.418 v-.ter
conceded to us by your census method
ol ascertaining ttie politics of geutle
men. and Ceding cut who are a candi
date's enppoitrr, glv;ng me a ma
orlty, iMiwuver, of SOOB votes over
yon. uh's mnj Tity 1 st.ind rendy to
verify b 'f.-re tho House of Reore-
sentatives us coriect.
And now, denying i ch and eery
charge in your etitlro speclHciilions
that fltlntr dliently or ii.directly,
ncar'y or lemotuly, ad' (ti the right I
havo to a seat iu the Fiftieth C 'liuroa)
of tho United Sule, ua the represent
ative of the peoplo of the Second Dis
trictof MloidHsiooi. I eubmlt the Issues
oined between ue to t'.e House cf
tepreiLintatives Respecif ilw.
J. It. IMOKdAN.
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twDepm ta reeaWad from SO mats nownrd. ln-rl allowed on mm ml-.nni..
Ilr- .will Bnv and Hell Looal Hoourltin, ict Truata. Bffteirer, tn., fnr C'orir'loni or
wuiiiuiiui. vu mooing uuuamn, Aaminiiiraior, ne. uut una Ren bxenunKC. Dixoiai
tiantlun paid to Collortiom. Monojr cn be drwn oat HI iy lime, whul dec i red
fiir iaTAitmeat In Real Ett or otherwi. Hare a oommojiont Vault f-r the Df-uonit
Vlubl for tbo benoflt of H;aalr t'nolonirrit, Ires ol ohrc. Bafe Depottt Ikiei lor
- n nwniniiT . i iriin, n i 'pp-w Tory oT Tnr-T',(nn i i-nrpMM.
B.T00I. I. L. MoQOWAN. J. 8. afoTIQHl. W.G. VATTEiinw
foot FvlcEowan & Co.
Vholesale Grocers and Cotton Factors
And; Dealers lu Levee and Ballroad Sappllea,
Xn.'74 Front 8vt ltTroplw.TTjip)wt.
TTM. DEAN, Prei't. I JAMES BEILLT, Vioa-Prea't. I J0HH LILLY, Sta'y and Treas.
I N- ,T W MSP Kn
WAA&B MAMMA. A MU Xi 1UU UUI
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Coffee Boasters, Spice Grinders,
Importer aud Wholesale Dealer In'
' 205 Main Street, Lea Block, Memphis.
John I HIT.
I""" RIIt. W. H. noon.
V. H. ALSTON.
ALSTOR, ilURY & 00.
H. 11. HAVHI.
And CommlnKlon Merchants Hoy, Corn, Oats, Bran, Chop Feed, Oil Meal,
Lime, Cement, i'labler, BalMlug aud Fire Brick, Etc.
Cor. Front and Union, 1 Howard's Row, Memphis.
A. GAGE & 0o
SOO Front Wtrcet, : Tftsiapbts, Tenm
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NO. 7 MADISON STREET.
PAID Cr CAPITAL, f 100,000
Xxtesx-east Paid on Depolta.
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WUlesale Grocers and Cotton FcxSorn
Ka. a 1-2 and 13 Unloa Strtet, Himphlt. Teas.
W, B. 6ALBBEATH & CO.
ARfJliSTEAD & LUNDEE
COTTON FACTORS & COMMISSION MERCIIAN1 1
?Vo. 'M I "Front Rfreef. f!or. Fnlon, ItfoinpTiIrt, Temi.
75 STATU STRKKT, S10, MASS.
Calloa Factors, 'who toccrs,
Capital, $200,000. Surplus, 25,000,
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JoMr osr riretorBii
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Quarter of a Century in the Hardware Business.
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Nos. 322 and 324 MAIN ST.t - MEMPHIS, TEN If
GUMS, JiOVKPl AND TIXWABE.
A QUESTION ABOUT
ANS WE RED.
nf timM'llifw Ofta Bmwii'a Iru HiUm our vr7
lliiitlri"' Woll it (i.trwuf, B-tt. It 4im onra an ditto
'tmloikM ntniaTniia I tun a Uim litwfc rMtiraU
Ajrnk koWTi o tU rvfMtNia. and Inmiirr of anf
t'MMlinjr eharufoa) Lna will ulitanl mt tlMaMMilt
thai ara art w nrwpmnU.ma ul Ir.m laaa mi any
othAr anlvrtiuioa ummI Id raaUtt'lMi Tail ahowa on
rhiHtray ihat tain la m'kntmlfHljrArl1 ha tlva irnwt
Imimrtant tiwUw in evmt iwxiiM vrartio. It ta,
hn)Tr. a nmrkili Ur.t. ihM m lor to tba dkooT
rrf IIHImWN IKON HITTKKH nn partWt
l aaiofaolory iMu omubrnaUoa had tt Uaa taa4.
BROWN'S IRON BITTERSJffi
lMdWin or pmlKw ennMlveUna all ertirr Iran
mi-dlnlnMdn. IIKOWN HIUUN lll l'YKUft
mrm lnll(i'ilna, lllllonanam, Wmkamu,
TKprp.ia, mninnn, ( nm. ana rerm.
Tired FMllaa.iii-arrnl Orbllllr.Pn 1. tk.
a-ior mil IBM. .llmnnl. Iron ta preerribed Soil;
BROWN'S IRON BITTFRS
ilnnt Ilk. all nthw thnrrurb mnlMiwa, II act.
f"" M, I'f m-m ike Ant nmntc mt
ta twl iMr.r. ThemnM4.lliMilieinaM
nnnw. h dii..i.n lnwmt tlia Ixet. m eotlT,
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dutppewei fun.tlon.il daruxtnil hmxinM mi. ,
Uf, n1 II nurmi mother. hiiiii1t ..ifl.n.noe
fe.r.,ppll?if"JI'. H""iher Br,.wn'. Iron
Hillon ta Mie S I.T rnm BMlirio. Mia ta . t-
n QentilM hue Trade Mark and errtand red I toe.
eavrapiMr. TAHK SO OTIIFK.
lllKhtl Award of Mwlaltta tiroB.
Th. ne.leyt, qu'rktit, iUi '!
Miwerful rt-medr kuo.u 'or AoeuiiiAvii.U(
'leurlny, Neuralgia, LqTiho. lleckae'ie,
Weakneaa. Co da In th. ( he-l and ell aohe.
ana iinat IiiJorrrd b, NM1 Puyiii-I di and
JJtumljU of the bi. Wt mi nle. HcDeon'.
riax.rt rmmi'tlv nliere and cure where
other l.lere and a re at; aalvca, lirlnenta
and lutiotia are an.olut.lf uaelea. rjewr
ol lmitattt.na u niter at mil ar pound n to aoiea,
auoh aa i'ai-aiouni." " 4 anucin," Ct'i
cine," a. they ar. utterly worthier, and In
tended to deoeir. Ana roe Ba-"H'e no
Tat. mioTHBt.. Alldruitata. rjKA.DUKV
JyilNbUW.iTeprltitori, A'.w Vura. ..
wt ... mi. a a ah
Cotton Factors, YMesale Grocers,
Mo. 800 Trent alre'et, s Meinhla, Ttue,
And Commission Merchants,
gSO nnl 2Ca Front St., Memphis. Yean.
Ielly, ROPEE & MW,
i ocers &. Cotton Factors,
mmammvaammam-mgmH n minaa.
H. C. FBAKCS.
IJOnN t McCLELLAN,
Cotton Factors & Commission drch' s,
No. 2S0 rF.OIT.'STIlEET1 MEMPHIS. TENN.
Wta WarahrtWie-tlM (Ml ir.lc.tt Htrwf.
Cotton m il
R, FRANK & C
am Front Mre pf. rpoHl(e Cnom fforM.
A. WACO ARO & Co
VEOLESALE UQU0H DEALERS,
tm. m AWD SSO FRONT STREET, MEZOTTX3L
L. D. MTJ LUNS, si lata J. R. flodwtB A Co. JAS. TON 3K. lata of J. W. Caldwail A C
MULLIWS & YONGB,
Cotton Factors &Com mission Oerchani
No. 1 HowarrlV Row, Tor. Front and Tnton. Hpnuthia.
Confections, Glaces," Nougat Caramels, French Fruit Olacee,
Cream Von Sons, Fine French Handmade Creams and
Bon Bonn, Chocolates, Ice and Nougatines.
Ton oan Undlthea. aooda 'lATRBTAlti," in any qoantitiea, at
The Peters & Sawrie Co.'s RetAll Eitablisllment.
Tio, l.l Jcfleraon Slret,Oppo)lle.Ttaeir Factory.
Thea. are a. t Oonftl" Uial th. Memrbtl PabJio bar. .T.r W th opportosltj
srTry Orr "fy Oeam l.oafw D?liplonM.'-t3t
S. P. BOWDItE,
, J. iVinrl
M. SlSjBlBl. '
AttJ Cenralssltn Grthaats, '
m and 234 Front St; OoEpMS, to
inwm ABAU AM twwrisufM.
m .f-.ie). W.n Wreleii. W.akl.T'Mi atrt.
yWWW A- AAVA,
31 yttd 3G jyiadison St.. s Slegiplii. Ten.
lAjlK0I HILL, FresideBU . W.H. WlXOKSM, VCffg3pH
IB a M mi
Cotton F&ciors and Commissioa owliaate.
No. 8U Frwit Street, Comer ot MonmP. "'Phia. Tenn.
a as si:to.n ht.
Oners! Johhrr In imiCK 0KR
liKATrS hKT, and Hmokln. Chlaneya
I'nred. All work anarinteetl.
Havw ieJA IIMOXiiOMi
Offl. l"l?A!,n,,V r" or' 6knll, Vntit
Ufflo. I ill.. MenThii. I'.nn.. 11 T 1?
rw i i L- i ... i .
tunc. Broawn, decoaf,l. notio. il
of i mv.n to all p.ra.0. ind.bt.d to. aid
t to whom amJ ennle i. In i.,i,t ..I . ,1
,r .1, .M'fl.fVw
.b. tin,, pre.crib.i brl.w, ir th. Vam.', 11
t lvrTr DSir.a- JOHN LOAOUK,
wjmm AVn MAMXMU WCKSssai
A QUARTER CF A CILUON'OQLLAHS FUU PAD Carnft
I 11 I'.DI EI
rM i i II II it u M
(Sl'dCENSOKa TO HUCHUI A HOBTOBTt
Old Stand, No. O.Union St., Mcmpliis.