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THE MEMPHIS DAIL)3KEAL -WEDITESDAY. OCTOBER 28, 1874.
X 4 if J WEDX'-SUAY JIOKXttH, OCT. S8,1874 DEMO OR A TIC TICKET. -Vr Umcnur, JAMBS D. PORTXR.'.JRS. Of limn County- for OmeTWi, Tenth DUtrict, a. casst rouxa. Of tAeltV Counts. easLBr gouxtt ticket. 8maton, J9HK O VKIITOX, Jr J. A. II. UAl'JiXS. JUfirtKnlaUvel, (I BO. B PJtTJ!R& JLUKK W. FISLA r. HUGH D. UKRER, JOUX A. XOVHU, . two. x. wirxtr. J. 11 AR VKY MA THESi IZotrrlal finux'er, TXTTOy J. SMITH, of Tiplm Cbunfy, Jottrit JUprtintalirt, JOHX11L GALLO WA T, of JVyetto County W. M. PERKINS OS THE .MICRO The Radicals are called upon to sup iwrt AV. M. Teikius as one of the Inde- 1-etideDt caudkUtca for Uie legislature. He will receive a few white Radical votes, and the little stjuad of white in dependent; but the colored vote cannot be transferred to Mr. Perkins. He has uttered the most atrocious and brutal sentiments against the blacks. A few years since Mr. Perkins toued to the world a most remarkabJepamphlet. We have before us a copy, from which we make a few eloquent extracts f.ir the benefit of the negro. The title-page of Mr. Perkins's book is as follows: "Abra ham Lincoln, late President of the United State, demonstrated to be the Gog of the bible, as foretold by the prophet Esekiel in the thirty-eighth and thiny-ninth chapters of his book of prophecy. The thirteen Confederate (States shown to be the mountains of Is rael, and all the predictions contained in the prophecy concerning them liter ally fulfilled in tlie late war between the north and south. Copyright secured aseording to law. Price fifty cents per enpy. 1866." This is the high-sounding title of the book which Mr. Perkins oSered for sale at "fifty cents per copy." "We have casually read the document, aud we must say be is not a success as au author. If he cannot prepare a bet ter bill than this pamphlet of fifty-six pages, he will be a failure as a legislator. Mr. Perkins quotes various pass from the bible to prove that Abraham Lincoln is the Gog of the bible. The prefatory and introductory remarks of Mr. Perkins's book are juicy. We give the following extract as a sample: A fire was to be sen I moa I be "land of Ma- gog," from wlilcli be came, aud it winild wem evident Uiat Ui is was to be dose as Uw revolt of tlie war. The autbor assume todemou urate that tbU mysterious pc-nonage Is none otber tnaa the late Abraham I ocola, and that taw Are to be t-ent upon tbe land of Ma gog was emblematic of the political strife and w ratta sow going on. These things are also portents ot tnertuure, ana mast ceruuniy cat initiate toooer or later In iach a conflict as has sot yet been Ken. One co-ordinate branch of tbe government Is arrayed In vraUaul hottUllty toward tbe others seeking tbetr paralysaUon or absolute overthrow. wntieuMioiiiiiK miliums are groaning, as it were, under tbe lathts or a raultitudinous host stf tax-gatherers, who aie wringing from their sweat and toll most of their earlilDgs large imporUon to be distributed among tbeinijslv , and Ibe residue to be applied to me awttaimne ana pampering a giant aris tocracy of untaxed bonded wealth that is rab i ng Its ghasUy form a iright:ulln its propor tioasastbe mighty Hindoo Jugernaut thai rolls ever its adonac votaries, grinding tbem int3dotof tbeearth.and loihesapportofa iiont oi l-euy uuiiuiry tiest-oss, crcawa for the purpose of nuttier degrad 1ns IntolUswnt white neoole. bv making tbesa support a brutal and savage uonM Of tgaorant negroes, ana to be loraed m er by them. There are now ten prostrate states npon which the beasts of prey are cuawlnc and tbe vultures of the air are flock ing in vast multitudes witb sharpened appe tites, as to dead carcasses in the wilderness. and, true m the prophetic picture from which this Is taken, after having exhausted the flili of these carcasses, are Mill pluckin; their deonded bones to get any remaining scraps or anbstaeces to be found not yet con sumed. 1 his is all being done nnder the lah-e and hypocritical pretense of religion, I lillsnthrony and charity. "Tlie wicied are In auuiori'y. and the ieople do mourn " 1 his is a Bible declaration that has as much reference to the state of government matters here as anywhere that the wicked were ever in authority. Let the reader peruse these pages who chooses to do so, and come to bH own eofteJusions as to the correctness and J astaeas sf the argamesls offered. In the above extract, it will be seen that Mr. Perkins, in his book, attempt ing to prove "Abraham Lincoln the Gog of the Bibie," starts out in his preface by 'stigmatising the colored noes a " a brutal and savage horde ot t negroes," who protiose to lord it over the whites. Mr. Perkins's hatred of tbe negro is developed on every page of hie book. He undertakes to prove that their very name means "black ness," "grossness." The following ex tract will show Mr. Perkins's opinion of the race, whose votes he would teek in hi? aspirations. On page thirteen, Mr. Perkins says: "That theee Africans by deeeeut, are represented in the pro- pltecy under tbe names of two African countries1, or nationalities, seems plain enough without further proof, having shown that their color and instincts agree so exactly as they do with tlie prophetic requirements. They arc Mack in ester, and all their very nature, both Uxly ami mind, is so grow as to allow them to be I Kit very few removes above the btule creation. The very odor emitted by their iwreoaa, the coarseness and uat-eeralineee of tiieir features, ami the general stupidity of their minds, or dullness of intellect, have only to be observed to establish that truth. That they erigi nally oa me from Africa, is of too recent late to adult of denial, though some fanatics do tleny many things ijuite a true and almost as well known." Here Mr. Perkins insults the negroes by Idl ing tbem that their very nature, "both iKMly and mind, is so gross as to allow them to be but very few removes above the brute creation," ami now he would have tlieee "brutes" to march up to the ballot-box and dejiosit tiieir votes for him. Mr. Perkins tpiotes scripture to prove that slavery was a divine institu tion, and says that the fanatics of Uie north should bestow their supeitlnous sympathy on the white poor at their doors. After calling the Federal sol diers "thieves," "vandals," "robbers," "iJenderers," "heathens," "villains," aud "carpetbaggers," Mr. Perkins thus assails the northern people and the ne groes: Hueh are tbe shepherds spoken of by tbe prophet, who foal the waters of life with their peUnted fwt They slay tlie spiritual floeks aKl feed npon the fat til the laud. -Wfctted sepolecires are they, hypucrltes," wiUi beautiful exteriors, 'but within they are fall or rottenness and dead men's bones' They tsaagtne themselves Uie embodiment f lthtlanthrepf, tbe erooineaUon of cbsrlt, beeaase they have prosecuted their crua.'te against African slavery in life soutn to a suc ceMS, while la fact they have lunlcUd on the negro miseries indescribable and inftnlte, at tlie east uf Uie civil liberties of a gieal na- uou. tss muiupueu inonsanos of unrgrttt l. mI laboring poor of their own color aud country, who are In living death all then days, being subjects of hunger, naked nesa, disease, ana every conoetvabie isrlvatlon, are esnnnt be nroved br rae that ha ever favored repudiation of the bonds of the Onion bank oil-! mat roaie, rimer ueiore t-uai mailer was set tied by a vote of tlie people or afterward. I was, in l&JS, the editor of a daUypoUUcal jonrnal railed the Vlctoburg Xrguter, pub lished in the county of Warren, in which Mr. Davis at the time resided. He had not then entered on his political life; and, whatever opinions he may have entertained, were those of a private citizen. The leading champions if repudiation were Alexander U-Jl'AUtu then senator and afterward governor, and James Hiitm. editor of tbe Vlckibarc OaHu SentiM. lie was a man of fearless energy and ot rarely equalled ability. These two gentlemen disputed the honor ot authorship. Tbe matter was settled, according to my recollection, before Mr. DarH made his appearance, and certainly be fore he had attained tolnduenee in theaSalrs it tbe State, lie has never since, so far as I know, indorsed the act or indicated what he would have done in tbe first Instance: unless. perhaps, by wsy of Justice to his fellow cltl sens, to explain tbe reasons on which they seted, but lor wlitch he was no otherwise re sponsible. llr.Klberldrewludo-wellto with draw an utterance which does not accord with tbe facts. Everv man then ilvlne in Mlsslisippl may be proved to be a "prince, of repodlahvs" on the same testimony, For myseir, I proUt that with the msjority ol n nigs oi tuat usy i opposed reouaiauon. E .A. TYLER. The above will be read with interest by all the host of friends of tbe distin guished Ex-President whom Mr. Etheridge brought before the public as au illustrious example of a repudiatbw We hope it will be copied by all papers in or out of the State which quoted or referred to that part of Mr. Etheridge's speech which it corrects, and that that distinguished gentleman himself Will take advantage of the first opportunity affording to set himself right, and do Mr. Davis the justice of reading the aboTe timely and well-considered letter of correction. Colonel Tyler better, per haps, than any man now living, knows the history of Mississippi repudiation and that of the leaders who urged or op posed it, and the scrap of that history, which he thus gives to the public print at this time, when the horrible doctrine of repudiation is being presented for our acceptance, will be eagerly read as hav ing a significance quite equal to that which Mr. Etheridge intended his orig inal statement to have. OK THE- MATXJIID'S DENIAL. In tbr spirit of justice and fair play that has always distinguished the AP peaXj, we find place for the following "before the election." We have no purpose, personal or public, to subserve by the publication of anything ,thfit does a citizen injustice, and we are not so mistrustful of the justice of the cause of the Democratic party as to be influ enced by the fear of the truth, even in a matter so important as this. We call particular attention to this denial of Mr. Maynard, but hope the gentlemen who have assured Judge Porter of the genuineness of the speech which May nard thus denies having made, will say so promptly over their own signatures. The date of its delivery was the twenty-1 one urand uash uirt or, . . . . : ... . , UDB UIUIU l.MKll Villi til. nrsi oi August, iotu, ana me piaoe, one urand ctsh oirt or One Urand Cash Ulft of One Urand Cash Ulft of- WARD MEET0.es ! ' H. UUOW. ' c jCLKJCJ-NUEK Coahoma county, Miss. DEMOCRATS BROWN & ALEXANDER, COTTON FAGTOBS SLEIIGE, lie CO.. CONSERVATIVES I unless fluwrwiw . . , , mission, to Uerman N aUonaUlank. Jy KAY& Cotton Factors, WHOUSSALB GROCERS UOeHJON 1E8CHM DEMOCRATIC & COKSERVAOT SPEAKERS, At nil of wlilcli Hie Koinlnccs nlll Attend, nnd also Address tlie People. lTr.Iii.lsj , Uclobrr sNlglit- Mh Wanl, Mln street, near Bealo Col. K.H.hTlKK. TON,J.A.TAyU)Il,l!iq.,JN0.1)-A.UAMa, Uinrsdsy, Oclobcr 29-Sluht-ith Ward, UM WOOD. Col. ItEBSE I). EIM()NDs,ON, Col. K.I. J. SU tMSTTlUKJSW, 1'riilay, Oriohrr 30 Joint discussion at lirceniaiv uiranousc ueiwwujDiisejA't, 1). I'OltTKi. and Hon. H0lUi.CK MAY- NAItD. Sninnlay, October 31 For 5lh and 7tli warns, ueaiesirccx pinrseiuoiiM vi. ju- 8IAH PATrEltSON, fapt. B. C. W1L- UAilSOM, lion. Q. 1'. 31. TUBS E1C RvOrderKxccntlve Board. M.J. WALllltOK, aia'rrnan. is. woRSUAJ.bccreinrv. AIV- OE5EKAI. COMMISSION MERCHANTS Xtomn Mo. 0 aaa"" mo, cornel CUIUBSlia ,r mui nnci I "tONSIUIlMKNTM bounnou. uruers lor au II . bind, m mrp.iisniL's. machinery, wag ons, etc., accorajianust wjtu casn or city aw I .JiDnn ortii nioclvo careful prsoual aitea- ti..Airc,.unmsnutouana cX!. sr71t T3" A IfW SlI'lfK'SRiTRTP- TrRifirHinnr!a ,.iii!iCI!i'hJrviit instructed. Hsicr, by per-1 n I i avium -iiAir. i..i.vir. rut.i;uA(ii ur uAuutnu A.nu TlrJJ Or A VARIETY OF jjl uranas unu psieiis previous to 1 manufacture- and ltd itorters prices. l-liy yiqiun.-.-juicanjwosi prices. OT7. jSI 7fy. s,-x"I'JLiI3. - - - - X?rt.trtylixLts itc brands and pa teiu previous to any advance In tlie market, are prepared to offer same at aiso, a largo ana tveu-eeiecteastocxai UHUCKrU-KS, rpHE place to buy your KISir Is nt W. 9 I a.tu,-H.M.t. siVtisnlils. at the Wuoie- I Mileand Kslall KHh Ueiwt. All onlersprompt-1 iv nilspd attuo lowest m nrieii'iitc, j L. FItlTZ. wAKtTfc'ArTriiitKii.snii Apontiorinoni tfl l'huloiraphio Instruments and purest, I LUetntcais ustu m i-notourapuy. mi 1 ferent branches of rhotography taught and I complete outfits fumithed. lleadq nartcrs for I Photographic Supplies, And goods ln t"at llnc- llu renlUid GALLERY, Corner of Union and ilalu streets, is f crtii&hcU with iiittrnraents Kt Excelled by any Gallery Houtb or V est. Call and tea his l'liotorapus auu omer i lctures, auu Mis Portraits In Oil, from small pictures or from life. StS Mniu. cor. Union. Memphis, T.llli SHIRTS! SHIRTS! SBiaTS! Agont DEALERS wham a. HAnniH. i). l. irKiaicK T. 13. TURLKY. HARRIS, M'KISICK & TURIBY, ATTORNEYS AT LA.W, No. 43 1-2 Madison Street, MEMPHIS l t TENNESSEE a n. taylob. TII08. r. DUFTIH TAYLOR & BUFHH GROCERS, AND Commission Mercliauta Ho. 278 PROMT ST., MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE H. MANSVIILD. J. M. WOOD. . MANSFIELD & GO (Successors to Mansfield & Hlgbee), MASUFACTUEISB St WHOLESALE MILLS : : : : : OFFICE AND YAUI) SALESROOM : : : North Front Street, opposite Gas "Works Northwest cor. (Jayoso aud Second Streets ::::::::: No. 7 Monroe Street DRUGGISTS A. C TltEADWELX. A. 15. TBEADWELL. B. D. XBEAD WELL. NO FURTHER POSTPONEMENT 8HIRT8I SHIRTS! SHIRTS! Wholesale Grocers AT SECOND AZ31 GRAND GIFT CONCERT IN AID OF THE I AT MASONIC RELIEF ASSOCIATION OP S0RF0LF. THURSDAY, 10th KOTEMBEIt. K A rll'j An 'f. tTn.lAr nntbnrlt V nf t h. VlTcHnlft Trf!slBlnrp I (act passea Jiarcu e, isu). AT AT AT AT COTTON E.0TO3Fil STOKEWALZ. BLOCK, Bo. IS. Union Street, Meiuplii.s, Tenn. 301 Ss 303 Main Street, MEMPHIS, : : : : TENNESSEE I "VTTILI. continue the Ding business In all its i ? variety, ai uio auove oia esiaDiisaeu stana. .t rier will at au tunes Keep a Fail, Fresh ana Complete Assortment of goods in tbelr line, to which Ihey invite .uc Dpvcitti auenuon oi loeir oia rrxenas ana the trade generally. Purchaser are tnTltcd to examine their stock, as they will nnd prices to salt the times. They will continue to manntactare the eele- oraua ana weii-snown flaasfleld .t ills:. tMe ramilr medicines. TheT are cronrletnrs nf th Prptn Inm Pnlfrtn. riroiteroiartuana naruiuc Inu, Etc SPECIAL NOTICE. All those lndehtfid tn lhn firm nf IIAVM. FIELD ,t UIUIIEK are earnestly requested to call and settle or make remlttanrra wlthnnt delay, as the business of the old Arm must be Closed. S. MANSFIELD fc CO. JOHN CDI3BIN3. JOHN GUHN. M. H. COOVJSH 830,000 TICSETS-6000 CASH GIFTS $2SO, OOO! TO I1C GIVES' A WATX One Grand Cash Girt of. One Grand Cash Gift of Athena. Here is Mr. Maynard'a letter: Editors AprKAl Mt attention has been called today, for the Hnt time, to an ar ticle In a our issue of the twentv-flrst Instant. 1 containing what purports to bean extract of a tspecu znaae oy me at Ataens, on me iwen-ty-nrst of August. lbU. I take this oppor- ianuyiosayiust.neii.Qer men nor ai any other time, neither at Athens nor elsewhere, did I ever utter tbe teuUroeiiLs therein ex pressed; and that I never, either publicly or pnvaie y. nuiereu or entertsineu inose or any Mich snlinent&. I know nothlneof tlio al'tsrftxl circular, and the whole Is a baseless laitr.cauou. I hope the other paperswnlcb have copied your article will do me tbe Jus tice to publish tbis note. If not be A) re, at least aiier uie eiecuou. i am. very respecuuiiy. HrMBOLUT,October2i,lT4. 1 2000 BARMBY'S BY'S & 600V 102, 16S nnd 165 WASHOTGTOH' SllMAINST. DEAL 15 Cash atria or two each.. X Cash Gifts or SIO each d Cash (Jills or 250 each- m Cash Giru or l.'O each , lj&3 I ayj cash uins or mi tacu. 2iw 5TS Cash Ullts ot .'.I each. 2sJ0 SOOt) Cash Ullts of 10 each S0,UU. tOOOCASU iiUZES, aggresaUng J3M,OU0 rKICE OP TICKETS: Whole TickeWJ10.00 1 Quaiter TIckets.fl50 AND MAXUFACTUKEBS OF 311 MAIN ST. 311 MAIN ST. D LIDS, FLOORING, SIDING Half Tl:feets. NO INDIVIDUAL 5JI) Ueren TicSelsSlWI.W BENEFITS. This Concert Is strictly ror JtAHONlC pur poses, arj liDeralU: s,and will be conducted with the same nr. acterlxed the first enterprise , honesty and lalrness which char JOHN L. ROrER. President. or Tickets and Circulars, clviiiz lull in tormauon, aauress it r v. muukk. tsecretary.TvonolK, Virginia. JOE LOCKE will clve mil parti culansSSOMalnsUup-stalrs ' hct ma nr. Colonel Logwood, whose excellent aud ejiirited campaign speech at the f ii ii 1 1 1 it.piI ,vi 1.1 1 1 rur fill Afnnrl.T Vl 1 f n I ,uu. 1 rtnsiiwis nssni firntrini? as reporte.1 In the.Ai-PEAi. of yesterday, NUUTllliiiil HUiUb OUtlUUlji . . . i .. .1 1 .. .t i , nn i ' nitiacicu a icai ucu ui aiicuuuui 3 uui the man to do an intentional injustice to any one, and so yesterday, when his ttntion was called to what he was by us reported to have said in regard tol Mr. and Mes.wh ..,.,., . , ? . . 1 principals. mm. uekbrax. J uenerai y uuamson-B course, lie prompf French the I-anguajre snoken. ly sent ua tte following correction, for which we find room, in just'ee to both gentlemen AprEAL An error appears in I (J tJooil Shirts for : : : Fine Shirts for : : : : ( Extra Shirts for : : : 6 Super. Extra Shirts for C Very Best Shirts for : : : $ 'IS, SASH. 0 Ceiling, Moldings, Balusters, Palings, Newel Posts, Brackets, Etc. FKAMINU LUMBEIt OK ALIi KINDS. YKLLOW TINS, CYPKES3, lOPLAK Walnut : Bhlnzles and Laths lor sale; l'lanlne. Hawlnz, Scroll sawluz and Turnln: to order. Well Curbing, ror Itandle & Heath an t HoUer A McMahon's Anger's, made to order, on Bliuiilivtlbi. ..11 ..iiii.i wi inn ii vni ii'n hi . iiiiii. i ii n . ii i AM) done SPRDULE k ICflffI, 'aylor.JoySiCo. 312 MAC, STREET, ARE OFFERING mm BARGAINS IN HYSON & CAMP Brg leave to invito all parties to their immense stock of embracing all the late t s yles of Chamber, Parlor, Dlnlnrr room, Kitchen and OMec nr nlture. We havo m suites the most complete stock ut CARPETS AID RUGS ever shown ln this market, embracing all srsdeor Aim I niters, Wi:toi, VslTVU, two and threeplys; Ingrains, Hemps, Cocoa and ttlraw Mattings. OTTR. L7O03BL OIL CLOTHS w compiete,embracIi.gftl!ErBaann.l widib. from SlncHw loM fel. tACB c;iictaixh a window utcoBuiosf, a bPCJAX.TV. lam OrtatiM I3C OUM ; hii nK nKl'AitrrfiKK r-live many novelties, with all the i a iiiinia .. " , vviuhiv biw sa. nil auuH la ill vxu uioiivai. art A J iH-T moit eomplete Manment-at priees tti&t eMrt J - s.re iub Bianqxru mase ot me counuy. 228 B-fain and 281 Second Strcct,cmpttija J. T. FAUGASOIY. C. C. CVA.Y. J. A. J1VXT. FAR GAS ON & GLA Tc, SAL S 6R00EBS 369 FRONT AND 32 CLINTON STREETS. PEAROE, SUGGS k, WHOLESALE GROCERS AI9 COTTON PACTOSS STREET. B. J. SEMtViES & CO. SO. 297 MAIN STREET. Foreign and Hatihre Wines, ALES AND PORTER. HAVA1A CIO-ARSe From the "El yrlnclpe tie Gnlc" Faclorr :il Key lTo.t. MACRAE D. T. PORTBB. W. X. TAYLOR. G. W. (8UCCESS0ES TO FORD, rOKTEK & CO.,) 17 and W North Charles Street, Esrobllsbed 1S1J. llALTIMOKE, 311). Eoardinp and Day School for Young Ladles. iusoa M. CAnr ou l'r'-AM I our shirts au CDSTOH-HADB 241 AID 243 MAIN STREET, COR. JEFFERSON. QRY GOO nQ COTTON FACTORS SU2I Will be sent C. 0. Of 8'ZCS. 5. on receipt Editors the report in sour paper of this morning, in regard to -what I stated, ln my speech ln the tenth ward, as to howUeneral William- s nvoteacinineiunuineDiiioriB7Jn irxsaia he voted for that bill, it was an error, as lie voted aealnst It. I would notdohlmlnlusuce Intentionally. It is probable the error was mine, made ln the heat of debate, lDstead of a mistake ol your excellent reporter, who Is generally very correct In his report of speeches. T. Ii. LOGWOOD. JOHN FENNEIX, ATTORNEY -AT -LiW IToru ljikc, De-Solo Connty, M Ish. WEpecial attention to Collections, octal Ssiii'ta ?lTade to Order. 3i0.USEimL OF EVEKT DESCUIPXXOX, And call Special Attention to their gE JL xa is. s; "I And Oomiiiissioii Mere!k9nt AGEXTS rOU THE CELEHKATED " CIIEEK COTTOX VKESSj In all the New Shades. LYONS rOPMNS AND BL1CK SILKS In all the Bes' Makes. Serges, Diagonals, Caslimeres, Plaids. Fall line of Monrnlnc Goods. I.AEUE 6T0CK OP The Nssbville Union and American Bays that every friend of Mr. Johnson, with whom it has talked, denounces the rttse by which the Radical candidates are eclieming to sneak iu to the legisla ture, underpledge that they 'willsoppoit that gentlemaa for tbe United States sena!orehip. WHnT.rWAT.T? MBflT STnRT? TVfrlDD? TP tirnS?7 . . ., 1 I vi v s-.-sr UllUJI I mm rrm M s mmmmh Jiisncct our StoGk, Jims, mm rx MENDEL CO. liave opened aAVhoIe- IVq- 378 Front Street. Dean's Interest and Equation Expo nenta system gorerned bj the prlncl TTALIAN, AMERICAN AND TALADEGA ji iiaruio si very jow vrice. rs ionows: licadtonf.2feet. with socket and foot- Ltnna Idttarn,. C C Sat I 1 1 loadstones, 2 feet, with socket anuTooU I Mone. ienerea... .... iz w t UeaIstun(Safeet,wltli sochet and loot- I KlOUe, itriTsi , , , ,,, m uu I pies Of Decimal Aotatleny bj mean 3 Of Amerloan marble box tombs. paueUd a'l Kepellants. "White and Colored Flannels, Shawls, Scar's, Cloaks, and .Ladles' Un derwear, in great, variety ana I AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. Is ascertained almost at a glance. It is The Democrats will hava lhlrtv.fi ve thmostraPM 111111 connntent method of I f A 1 msjority in tho legislature if every inde- Teras,Ds accounts; a stanuaru Tferif, pendent and Republican candidate run- nvainaiie 10 erery jncrcMnt, lianKcr, nine shonld be elected. What eood can "jer, insnrancs Agcni, and lorpora- independents or Radicals do in such a Uon' 0TCr three thousand now in use in lesrislailirp? Memnhla ba.l Iw-Hm- havo "DO UnilCQ Slates. AQUrCSS The Statrnailoil in bnsinCSS in thO Eastorn marliota Be anre and Iosncc onr slock before! ,.., . i riiuniu, auu lull also, cum. Ainu luuiau luaroie I ..... .h.um.u. hucu ids correct interest or any snm, spire monuments, 7 reet high and lettered, (has given us opportunities to moke XiAHiGS CASS . ... . ioju. tnese rats are joirer man inaroie was i 'I's VI.1IK .Illy ,v I'll .AiaUkAAAV ..J V V A- Mf V V J 2 Main Street, opp. Peabody Hotel.! i ... ItWi Aimrx; irttrj iain iuvci uii aiMjjaio per cenuwraajguenume, ever sold aim Memphu below. . 11 nU piranHAS rxrirlcr tlm most fAirnoTilA nnnAiHnr,a to mo country ireo 01 cuarge, itiuwoou 1 MM i tiu.?. 31 a. i iMvji.uij, tia union su SAVE YOUR MONEY. ten bloclts of wood there than ten dark-1 lantern candidates. The congressional candidates spoke at Bartlett yesterday, Colonel Young be ing still far ahead of his competitor. They will speak at Lucy to-day, and'at oilier places (hereafter to be advertised) until the day of election, the third of November. II. BEUXAI.D, 357 Main street. Mrmplil.,Teiin. ANQTHERJHANGE! FIFTH AND LAST GUT CONCERT 1M AID Or THE PUBLIC UBRARY OF KENTUCKY Bay yoor It 00 Is aud Shoes at 853 Main St., formerljr No. lOjJclTcrsori. IIIAVB a lane assortment or my own mate of iinnta and Shoes vrhlcn I will sell lower than they were over offered oerore In mem- phis. Ulve me a eau auu laugq lor yoarsoii. Tub rubernatorial candidates spole at M'KenzIe ou Batnrday, and at Hum boldt yesterday. To-day they will speak at Union City, at Bolivar to-morrow, Jackson on Thureday, Brownsville on Friday, and at Memphis on Saturday. POSTrOSED TO NOVEMBER 30, 1874. Drawing Certain ut llmt Unto i UST OF GIFTS i One Grand Cash Ulru Una Urand Cash Uirt. One Urand Cash Uirt One Grand (ash Uirt. i. i .u. i. il.i .... lOns (Irand Cash Ulft. 11 iicioi o me iieojue tuat uie s Cash Olfts. I3J.au eaeh wnoie tiion oi tne itneriage-dark-ian. tem.know-notliing movement is to de feat Casey Young, and make a way for Etheridge or Topp to go to the United States senate. Reynold's Improved Rcvolv III" Mcrcvr Cotton 1'ress is on ex hibition, nnd Tor sale, nt 196 iU,ko main street; scud (or circular. JOUX JIASOGUB, Agent. MeinpIlU. Tvtin. enables us to oIFor to onr patrons goods at exceptionally Low Prices. e havo deferred announcing tho arrival of HEW GOODS until our entire stocli was in nnd arranged for exhibition. We are now prepared with a large and unusually well-selected assortment, which is not excelled in any market, embracing overvartiole for a gentleman's oomplote outfit. Our stock of Gentlemen's Clothing for Fall and T7intor in medium and lino goods, far surpasses in fit, style and inalio, anything oHored by us lieretofore. We manufaoturo our own stock, nay no -manufacturing profit, buy exclusively for CASH, thus enabling us to offer extra inducements in prices. GREAT SUCCESS OF OUR POPULAR PLAN, nt Pi HUM COS! ! UUBT ASSORTMENT 11 THE CITY! GEEAT UECIiTLVE 1ST AJLEi GOODS. MILLINERY GOODS Mines' nd Ladles' IIats Krenen Feltllats Velvet Hals and Bonnets. Hat Frames, all sbapes Headed Trlmminsa Fringes, Gimps and Flowers. Ostrich Plum. Ostrich nr.. Wlnjs -So, W4C, Tie. 5Ar?f 49Ca a5ffa sec. He, w.; Be. 2Sc, 2Se, .lSe, SOe. tte, tie, ae. . 75e, si. :i n. Se, &a, Ut. 1, lie. . M. BOI11, ALSTON BQXV This JBmerson-Stheridge ticket does not intend nor expect to repudiate the debt of the State. Their onlyobject Is to 10 Cash Gilts, IS Cash Ulna. 20 Cash uirts, 25 CashOirta, 30 cash Oins, 50 Cash tillts. 100 Cash oiru, 2M Cash uiru, 5n Cash Gins. liflOO Cash Ullts, 14,000 eseli. 10,000 each. 6,000 each 1,1X0 each. SJXXI each 2,10 each. IJX0 each Sf o cads. .. 100 cach 50 each-- 100,000 I 75.000 50,000 HH.iKXf lWW) 100100 lOW-lt) !,IU' lwfuts W)Mti 121.- 80 so.ium ;oo,'m) J,M.Wfl.LMS&GO COTTON FACTORS Peatlier Trlminp, Frencli Flowers! Greatest yariety in Jlontures, Wreaths, Sprays, etc. Belling at half former loir prices. FET.FP.W VP.T.FP.S T SIT.iT TOI.WCTQ ? I Hit JWll lli Oil UUltJ I in Blacfe and aUColors-tl 60, 11 30; worth three times the price. RGE-SIZE CLOTHINB A SPECIALTY COTTON FACTORS. Ladies' Underwear! 360 Front Street. -AND Urand Total, 20,530 Gills, aU Cash PRICE Or TICKETS i :io,ouo defeat the Democratic party and elect Whole Tickeau xirt: lhjui ojewis to congrefB. LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE I I Tenth, or oach CourKn lUevcn WholeTlcketsfor. tiK Tickets for . SO0 5 00 600 OH I 1DO3 0V ConiBdHion JSCercIsaiils gflfi Frtist Street, np-ftairg. Z. P. CAKUTHERS. Aloxan(lres, Conylsfor's and Dents' Gouts' Kids, at $2 per pair. Itoyuier's Uog nnd Calf-skin Moves, at $2 per pair. . English half Hose, at $2 per dozen. Extra English half lloso, at 1 per dozen. Ski good Miirls Tor $12. Six extra Shirts for $15. Six best N Y. Musliu Shirt for $18 A. E. UESXIDAT. W. A. Kl'DD. hmk$& PrononncI ths best! Onr own mannfactarel 'Warranted fnll sises' iverythlns p-rtslnlns to Ladles' and CbUdren'S Wear in Ibis rim cheaper and better than elsewhere. Have added to the above deaart meat Ladles' and Children's WATEKPKOnra. Largest assorimwt of ;..,., . . . wouiuia vpsra riannei, Merino ami ' lolh. Braided Baclts wi cr. , liraidtM uoods. ..30c. S5c. SSe. SI IS. aic. 75c. i. French Mer.no UTii U to Opera Cloaks, Mlwcft. Wholesale and Retail Dealers In - AKl- not, IB Utlrrartt uWerU worthy tbeir ef loru ef allrMltoo. Bat thuauidfl upon ibowaBm of muiloo ox Impure ex pe&ded, mm Ui1 blood of . million ot ihailr owo rW &r not. in tljrtr H4lBMtkn, loo mat a Mtertflee lor itie literUo of the Hhtvetftf Um kwUi. wltoal--vray iNtve tou ber ld &nU elo(ua atd cared for. lu vwry mpwt, ttanii th inulti iiukwoi dtltul at tbflr owu tloorta, aud lr tMc tlwut Uiy ever will be again lu a atate f freedom. Ttoy livc eompawd Itoib UimI aad a for ate emattclpuuoB,abd ln iukc coinpilaiiwest nave made him tottfMd more f be child of feel Utau be ever waa bofore have dntfoa not only hlw uafcUnH and vatae lo bl owiwrr, mt lo the woild, uu a wiet,o,ncty, and eoiwteort Mm lo a pene4ial extkUokoe of bruUU lieentiouwuMiN hho indotfiue.M We bball make a few more extraola from Mr.Peifc.D&'s book, as we are anx ious for Uie colored voter to nee what the man who now asks their frulfragea thinks of thorn. GREAT SOUTHER!? RAILROAD SCHEDULE: Express Train leaves dally (Bandars excepted) jaj a am train leaves daily run uiijrjounuayseiceptea; JS3 pji. No chanzeof ears hv this lin tnr rma. vlile.tu. Louis or Kashvlll. fullman i'alaco ivxt-ui-. ra on ail meat trains. KorUckouorlntormaUon apply at iKkei usee, So. 287 Main Street, wiasui HADIMir T. KLYJtN.Snp'tilemphUDlT. rpilEIls-KHIVlKCLOnUNa HOUSE Is the X, P sce lo get lisrgsins in Oents', Youth' and lloys' CloUllDf. fhs Hen Ulve has the lar?'i,ln? best """ct1 stock of Clolhloe lorthes and lrnlshln? (xds in theclty of Mempnl" to orSer ?'?.V'i-J,'"'7'rTellE! n-l t For Tickets or Information, address . TIIOV. E. BKAJILirTTE, Agent and KsuHtrcr. Pnblle Library Ballding, Louisville, Ky. 'r yor full information apply to O. 11. SAMUELS. vrdaaw tfn. a SS mi Omrt sc. Memphis. 600D CHANCE To Commence Business. STORB-FIXTURES and well-selccted stock of CLOTHING and FmiKlHHINf. rinniv , i .luiiuniMij irret,nnuer worsnam nfuw. ior faie oa long nine lor good paper, l'roprletor hss twoDlacesof htiMlttpiu. nti i delrnsof dlspo lntof one For particulars PPly t UKAUFMAS, lSJ Main St. MERCHANT TAILOR X0. CO ONION STREET, 1B-i?.r1r,tofRncl'Sl,ntktocfcor ENGLISH FUKNCHandIXMESTI.;U(WUS,8uliablo ATT0HNEY AT -LAW- Shaber Flannp Canton Flannel, Scotch, Wool am! Domestic Merino Iui.uu. n tuij ssuiijii liliuillij lCt tfCllt. Lartwr15.it & narners lute auu Scarlet Underwear, ana io-tiireaa &ilk Underwear, at (Jroatlr lieduced Trices. BDILDIKG LOT AT AUCTION. 200 Business Coats-of broken suits-ofEnglisIi, French and Ameri can Cassinieres, at 810, worth SIS to 820. 1 mirontof inyonice.No.sis.courtBtou 100 Fall Urercoats at $12, worth $20. Friday, October 30th, at 12 m., l.nt!sn. so.cnntnlnltrcsoss ico Acrra.on tho south side or Kerr avenirn. nlmnt hha I hnndrrd yards west of theerosdng of tho BOOtS 1 1 m I SUA WLS ! SKA WLS I Large assortment.! Hfavy Kererslble 269 1-2 MAIN ST. Opposite Court Square, i oo, ii ss, j i m. BreaklUst.FancTahawls 1 sS.aie.SsS Ferench and German Corsets-Fannr large assortment 50c, 75c S3c and SI; selling at double prices elsewhere. Very MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE. RIBBONS! Hrrnando road nnd orpoult,. the resliienpro nf Mrs. W. K. roston nnd Mr. W.il. Moore. ! Mr. Moore paid lor his lot a few Venn. iu-n llwvivr mmc TOIS w -will DO Slartrd At a hi n mnm bid of t!00 per acre, and If aiir niri nvorsim rL maae ine lot win oesoia. rfU KY-BIPUINO. Tirras One-third cash, six and lu-olvn xxontns, wiia iniercst on baiAcee 11. L. UUION, F-aI estate Broker. SPROULE & McGOWJSm SONG MONARCH ! L,rges' Stock-All Ehados. All Silk Gros Grain All silk Gros Grain Sash l'lsia, yancy and Bonnet Ribbons. jurquoise anu Mljnon Silks.. aoe, wee, lie. .. jOc, We, 35c 50c, 75c, SI. oeta M.NDFACT0RY--13 BARCLAY STREET, N. Y. etc , to sott aod the great A (IIIAKOn lr WAKKAXTEIK EDITORg AI'I'EAL 111 his speech at toe Greenlaw Opfrahoose, Wednesday night, Mr. Braerson lunerio'ire went out or his way to Hmk of Mr. Jefferson Davie as tlie prlnee oi reMdlalton;" aud having been furnierly IB a pWuon lo know somethlug on the sub jee, I hTe been railed on bj one of i ue ro.isl iutimai frisstds of sr. i'. in ins aiin1 mm. the city, lo say wbettn i I lie allusion, was Justifiable. To UiW I MWKri , it orLaiiil j season, anu is prepared to make tbem in lianas, antes, Traveling Bags, and at prices as low as Tariv Kiaiiiiuimen, lh UM) iUve LloUllne llousa will .ll V,i.Vi ;,r 7" " ouiis maae than any house ln the city, and KuranYo ' t " " . perlcots-lUfsclionornosale: lmioioer the Remembeif-.c ITnln.. wire. BEE HIVE CLOTHING HODSB, DAY Ko. 331 Main ftt X.M. ealhorcr&Co.), E GRMB OPENING Or EALL STILES JAS. SPROUJLE ds CO., Louisvillo. SPKOUIiE EToCOWN I7ow Orleans. A. WOLFENSTEINJ (Serawretol'or'te VROPBIETOR DR. A. K. TAYI.OR, HOTSPRIXilN. jiJtH, fan ln-addrent-fHlorseru penxmallyatthellot COTTON FACTORS AWDCOMMISSrON lVIERCHfiNTS, HOC SVont Wtreet. AT MISS A. A, "WALL'S aas MAES STItEET. Sf IBS WALL Is receiving a full assortmcni uj. oi me ti.vi sssx im itikt axioms of Flowers, Fealliprs, and London and trench ilonnctH, WITH OTHEH FKESU N'jVELTrKS. Those defclrins cholceit eoods at the most popular prices are invited lu call. MIH-) A. A. WALL calls the attention of the Ladlesor Alemphisand -snrroandlngcounlry loner aresn-iMtilnir leiiriineil.nnsnr iaKsi-.t Oirv le and elegance. 11KIUA.L TKOLVil:.AUd coniuleleil nt Ilia ahortest notice. octl eiLL, Till? & MITCHELL A new and most Interesting book for J3X3rC3S-XIWC?r OZiASSSB Fnll of melodions Bones. Bneta. Glees, .mi I Dart Sonus, all easy and oerfectlvadantrf tn I a cioging ccnooi uai at tno same time I lurming a cuutcuoa weu soiteu tor tile nse of College and other Choirs, tunning Boeletles, etc. llylt.ll. Palmer, asslited bv 1. O. Emnr. son. jrrice, in cent, rer aoren, 57 to. A most attractive Piano Piece- Sonvenlrae 1.1 inn. Jl.cnrkx. ni. I One of the "Poslhnmoeg works ol L. uoitscnaut." Verp cheap. All new colors and cloth shadesT Beaded and Fringed Belt?, 7r,c, $1, $1 50. Beaded Pockets, 50c, 73c, $1. HOSIERY ! SW STOCK FOB FALL tVEA It. Tjidles' Heavy Cotton aaies- caiDnrgans LadiesIron Frame Seamless. Children's Fancy Wool Striped, Etc Very cheap at twice the price. - Ue, 15c, i'Sc ate, 40o, 50c. toe. SSe, c. ioc, nys, isc, ase. GENTS' FDBNiSHINfi GOODS NEW DEPARTMENT. Fine Ilnen osora Shlrta- n belling elsewhere for Ii 50 to 13. -WHOLESALE DEALERS IN HAVE NOW RECEIVED THEIR FALL STOCK AND ARB HEAD .FOR THE TRADE, AT 233 MAIM STREET, MEMPHIS. A new and excellent collection or stn.i fa I Choirs, Conventions, and blnelne Classes. Pre-1 pared by those most saccessiol composers, H. I . Palmer of Chicago, arid L. O. Emerson of nuMou. i ntu si ss, or 9 per dozen. For yoar next Sunday School bong Book, send tor uib hivr or rirr. By Perkins and Bentiy. 15 cents. All books and music sent, post-cald. for re- tall price. uuivt.li uii?Hjt .v uoton. CUA. II. DITSON A to.. oca 711 Broadway, Mew York. -II, 125,11 58. - 50c, 60c, Tie. SI 75, 12. Gents' Medicated flannel, for Kheomatlsm, mf FAB CI. GOODS DEPARTMPT. Knchlnss new styles. Windsor Ties all Bill Fine Fringe" Ties all silk- 10c, lie, St. 15c. 'Ac. . tic, We, TVs. lf. uuuiuEUBi,icaMii--i311J., vcimiml Mnm-n lfV. o: - Bleevelewi etvet Sacks, Sleeveless Beaded Sacks. Hi ee-fiesi Opera HiU't i-o mh t variety, very cheap. Ifew styles Jewelry lnJeushelLrra?rtPtai3 Handkerchiefs-inn line all linen 10e."Lo, "tromto Largest Stock In tha city. Selling off rapidly. Oreat Bargain. NOVELTIES RKCEIVKD DAILY. WE BUY" ONrA' FinsTjr AMsi ,i,u . Uftr HU1CK-TEN PER CENT. ABOXlf Ctiwr. liUISiglE BUGS., 22 and 233 Main Street. 3rrVlriTr Willi it ucuca mv- . . a Ut-. l,saA In ... VnftltllV W&a I-aac - theaunoaneetueot jn-dc by Governor t-- nf An done toTOem'to givo c, a conttsWa'i bonu; aod 1 1 1 M to run Jo Mlent at IhR rillght- i r. mil,, h ilAmv manhood, a d deem myself ihe tool and .lave of loo who i-iior far the x own asgrand froent. neither feeUitEeessehtlttl cou i iu, ... .j-.-, "l the state both at home and'abroadf-3""' Batnoa Ay res. TiTvvRvnoT,. Oetolxr Wl. Advices by "ml.1T iwllnMlll , I fi . ' fv . took wltnrs. into 0t-eSWwYtn"eOT ii.. T-ont nf l"nni wiintn. ,-.Vr