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133 places, far s?20.
Btl Flxtnrei, Mlrrorf, ete.
Quadruple-plated Knives. Castors .
Hotel and ttteamboM Wim
C. V. ERICH,
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MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE: SATURDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 19 1881.
2500 Dozen Slightly Imperfect
Purchased direct from the manufacturer in Europe,
AT JUST ONE-HALF PRICE.
Everyone should see these goods, for they are Real Bargains
We have them for Gentlemen.
We have themfor Ladies.
We have them for Misses.
(Bnooessor to Mitchell, Hoffman Co.) hu the largest and best assorted stook t
CAHFETG, CUBTAIfJS, OIL-CLOTHS
IN THE SOUTH, AT IX) IV TRICES.
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CAM, AUD EXAMINE BEFORE Fl'RCHASIXH. TV
Alixandeb II. Stephens' history
of this country from its earliest estab
lishment down to the assassination, is
finished and in the hands of the publisher.
I Stock Still Somewhat Unsettled.
"Meet me in Heaven" shouted
Augustus Smith (colored) as he swung
off yesterday for a heinous crime at
Smithfield, North Carolina. There
were four thousand pooplo present,
and it is prcjumablo that ho includod
tho wholo crowd. Being in a hurry,
he did not Btop to toll them whether
to follow him from such a platform or
in the slow old way.
The returns of the Mississippi elec
tion, as far as received at Jackson,
show that ninety-eight Democrats
have boon elected to the Legislature
and fourteen opposition, consisting of
Independents, Grccnbackcrs and Go
publicans. Tho wholo number of
Representatives is one hundred and
twenty; tho wholo number of Sena,
tors istbirty-scven, and as nearly one
half as possiblo is elected every two
yars. Tho Legislature will meet
Tuesday, January 3, 1SS2.
A Stage Robbed Near Laredo
Newport Hew Loontlog I'p.
The Biggest Crowd Yet.
New York, November 19. The
stock market is still somewhat unset
tled, awaiting Boston developments.
Some prominent houses yesterday sold
favorite Boston securities before W all
l I.. i i . r i i. . t:c-
Washinoton, November W.-Tho " ,B I,
crowd about the oourthouse this morn- . , , . , , .
. . Arrangements aro being perfected
ing was far greater than upon any . . . , . 6 'x,
- , T. . , ., . . for a large grain business at Newport
former days. It was with tho greatest .T ,B .... , . ....
difficulty that those whose presence ., , , . .
, , . . , i provided by tho Chesapeake & Ohio
was needed in tho court room could 1 ., , ' . . ,
.1 rn jj t, .tl,, luiiiuau several jut-Biu ciuvawio io
gain admission, lo avoid too otucr-1 . . ,,L ,, . , , ., ..
. - . ... . . I in Via null! Thr will h rfailv linft
wiso inovitablo scramble, it was lound , , . . .
necessary to issue tickets of admission, of steamcrs ' 8 P0"1 Nottcrn
nd only ticket-holders aro permitted u " " '
... ' i, n.m .v. j hurope&n ports as the business de
And a Train Robbed by Masked
GOOMEARS LITER TONIC!
If takon wicre cold trtt toiies upon the
person, will unBtop thl pores, looron up
the bowels and thereby produce a healthy re
action preparatory for the reception of that
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A certain cure for all disesses of theTIIROAT
and especially Chronic LUNO AFFECTIONS.
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the B1WNC11IAI. TUBES. CHILDREN
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Tue paid up capital stock of the
Nashvillo World is fifteen thousand
dollars. The managers are wido-awake
busiucss men, who have succeeded
elsewhere. Tbo paper has alreadya
good circulation and it has cvidontly
'come to stay." It is making an cf
fectivc fight against tho 100-3 iniquity
and making it very uncomfortable for
thoso who run High Tax machines..
ForBilnd, Bleeding and Itching Plles.whether 1 here is a splendid opening and mis
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reinody for all KIDNEY and UrinoryDiceases.
Aoitation ruled in New York stocks
and finances yesterday because of the
suspension of tho Pacific National
Bank of Boston, tbo capital of which
is $1,000,000, four-fifths paid up. The
None ever use them without .peaking of their Central Bank of the same city was in
-ki . DffvnrniiPinnrTT.in Kn-.nil-l I .........
effiolcncy. BENDFOBCIRCULAR. 60-and-4
S2 50 box; 3 boxos for . CM1 at Good,
jrrar'a hnrninry. 2xlliv2.1.lw
Livermore Foundry & filachine Company
160 to 174 Adams Street, Memphis, TeniL ;
Cotton I'icmps, NpRiueBlii unI 1'lnlouH rr tiln hHiir, IIom
l'owers, Cotton iilnt, KniciiioH, M(-asn I'nnip. Hrnwt Goods,
l'lne ami Fitting. Jet I'ninps, Hancock liiNpiratorM,
Governors, Irou and Brass ( ami hum, Ueueral
Kepulrs and evcrylUinji in the line.
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DODQE C. TRADER. JOUN A. FLEECE.
D. C. TRADER & CO.,
334 Front Btreet (Magnolia Block). Memphis, Tenn. lV8d&w
" C. NEEIT. S. H. BltOOKS. H. M. NEELY
BROOKS, NEELY & CO.,
Grocers, Cotton Factors
AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
3G7 Front Street, : :
troublo, tho Pacific clearing through
it, and both banks arc faid to have
beooiuo involved by rcas )ii of advances
on Silver Islet mining stock and low
priced railway Bhares carried by spec
ulators. This financial dii-turbancr
in Boston is expected to cause liberal
drafts of money from New York, also
cause largo quantities of Boston owned
stock to be put on the New York mar
ket for sale. The New York stock
market closed wcjlIc last evening in
consequence of the disturbance
"J. J. KL'SUY'T
j. J. Busby & Co.,
- WHOLESALE -
Grocers and Cotton Factors,
No. 274 Front Street, Memphis, Tenn.
-nndliuB or C'ot'on a specialty.
Liberal cash advance lunile n con-
HILL, FONTAINE & CO.,
296 and 298 Front St., 116 South Main St.,
NT. I.Ot'l, !IO.
Tvr. t. BACON,
Real Sstctto Broker
-,s.n,.. R,MBnee,. lot. and farms for rent and sale. Refers hr permission to IB. DnK
" .1, . iu i KJ . 1 1 a n a 1 Hank. Mn ml n liftnK miia
.nrl Pl.tiji Hank. Uarm&n Nfttionfcl UHDK, Jniuunimu uaum. m
I liniDUivtcvi tiiiiusi ' -
usinoHfl men of Vemphii.
Pltssiibing, Gas and Steam Fitting
PUMPS, PIPES, HOSE, ETC.
.1 W Y "BROWNE. 40 Madison Stref.
U . . . Mm.w '
Statistic! Irom the Bureau of Sta
tistics of tho Treamry Department
show that during the month of Oeto
bcr, tbcre arrived in the customs dis
trict of Baltimore, Boston, Detroit,
Huron, Minnesota, New Orleans, New
York, Passamaquoddy, Philadelphia
and San Francisco, 76',0G1 passengers,
of whom 67,929 wro immigrants, 6,3-15
citizens of the United States returned
from abroad, and 1,787 aliens not in
tending to remain in the United
States. 01 tbis total number of immi
grants, there arrived from England
and Wales, 1,274: Ireland, 0,421; Scot
land, 1.862; Austria, 1,837; Belgium
171; Denmark, 721; FrBncc, 710; Ger
many, 24,106; Hungary, 664; Italy,
2.138; Netherlands, 501; Norway,
2,316; Poland, 27C; Russia, 526; Swe
den, 3,939; Switzerland, 945; Dominion
of Canada, 11,310; China, 923; an
from all othor countries, 199.
The population ot Memphis is now
estimated at 46,320, of this number
27,930 being whites, and 18,390 col
ored that is to soy, there are two
whites to one colored. Yet the mor
tuary reports published from week to
week show a large excess in numbers
of colored people over the wbitos,
The per centage per thousand is not
far from two to one. This can be ex
plained easily enough : (1) Tho col
orcd people lake lc.s care of them
selves and of each other; tbey live
olten in damp, unvcntilatcd little
houses, and cat cheap, impure food
and (2) tho population
constantly recruited from tho into
nor and up and down tbo river.
Memphis is the Mecca for tho colored
folks. They come in here at certain
seasons of the year by the multitude
They come by river, by steamboats, in
wagons, and on foot. They always
find friends from their own neighbor
hood, and when tboir money is spent
they board around as best they
can, and often slocp in exposed
places with but little to eat.
Some few get work to do but they are
not always looking for it. The expos
ure of such a life soon brings on sick
ness and it is therefore no wonder that
the death rate is so high among that
class. The s ;rvants who have good
situations and tho more thrifty part of
the permanant colorod population
get off bettor.
enter. At 9:40 the doors were
opened, and in a fow minutes every
seat was occupied, tbo larger propor
tion of tho spectators being ladies.
Guitcau arrived at .9 o'clock,
without any pirticular demonstration
on the part of the crowd, and was
taken at once to the prisoner s room,
whore he ate a hearty breakfast, and
oxprcsscd himsolf as well satisfied with
tho progress of his case. Scovillo, be
ing questioned in iclation to Guitcau's
lloged new counsel, Judgo Magruder
of Maryland, slated that ho was not
aware of any tender scrvicos from
Judgo Magruder. Ho has received
everal offers from lawyers,' strangers
to him, but he might make a great
mistake by taking them at this late
Uee of the trial. Tho counsel docs
not expect other assistance than Bob
Tho court opened without inoident,
and Georgo C. Maynard, clcctrician)
was placed upon tbo stand, who tcsti
ficd to loaning Guitcau ten dollars at
one time, and fifteen at another.
Guitcau protested against this lino of
eviilenco, as he didu't think it any
dy's business whether he owed
twenty-five dollars or somo one owed
him. "Maynard is a good fellow, and
owe him twenty-five dollars; that's
all there is. in it." District Attorney
Corkhill said that he desired to prove
by the witness that Guiteau borrowed
the fifteen dollars with which ho
bought the revolver. On - cro.ss-
examination the witness thought that
Guiteau looked Ecedy and hungry.
The prisoner showed much feeling.
and frequently interrupted the wit
nes, essertine that he lived in first
class style and wore a $70 suit ol
olothes. Ho knew plenty of public
men, and bad all the money he want
ed. His mental condition and physi
cal was at fault. He had a big load
on his mind about that time.
The witness didn't notice anything
about tho prisoner's manner, except a
sort of a skulking gait. Jas. N. Bur
art, clerk to Maynard, also testified
to a loan of fl5, and thought Guitcau's
A good borrowing demand is ro-
portcd for Lake Shore, Union Pacific,
Wabash and Paoifio Mail. London
and Amsterdam bought securities
yesterday. St. Paul k Northwestern
is still the favorite with the bullish
persuasion. The railroad commission
crs of North Carolina have granted
tho Richmond and Danville people the
ncoessary time to complete tbo West
ern North Carolina road. The Kant
Tcnncssoe, Virginia & Georgia rail
road has ordered two thousand addi
tional new freight cars. The North
ern Pacific company contemplates the
of a large tract of land eighty
miles west of Bismarck to an English
company. The bank statement to
day will probably show loss in the
11 A. M. Tho stock market opened
cxtromcly irrrgulai, and was feverish
and unsettled in the early doalings. At
the first board a heavy pressure to sell
wae developed, undor the influenco of
which the entire list recorded a sharp
decline. M., L., S. and Woetcm selling
off at 2; Peoria, Decatur and Evans-
villo li, Texas Paoifio 1, and Central
Pacific, Cincinnati Southern, Clcvo
land, Denver, Rio Grande and Nor
folk, and Western preferred, atl each
Wheat quiet, but J to 1 higher.
I'lve Porstom Supposed to be
San Francisco. November 19.
On Wednesday morning W. C. Part-
low, keeper ol the tarallono light
house, with iour fisherman and a boy
lc't the Dort in a "snlurcer" for his
station. Nothing has been heard of
thein since. The weather was stormy,
and wrecKace. identinea as mat oe
longing to the splurgcr, was picked
un yesterday inside the heads, it
supposed all are lost.
Didn't Look Out lor the Loco
PouonKKM'STH.N. Y., November 19,
John McGrath and James Mierida
were killed this morning by a loconio
tivc. They were walking the track on
their wav to work. Miondan was
carried three miles on the cowcatcher
BOOTS AND SHOES,
200 1-2 MAIN ST., Memphis, Tens.
r. porfoct (It rnaranteed.
attention paid to ropairins;.
St. Lous, November 19. A spe
oial from San Antonio, Texas, says:
Tho International stage, going te
Laredo, was stopped by two armed
men this morning, about sixteen miles
from Laredo, at Dead Man's Hall,
and the passengers and mail poaches
were robbed of money and jewelry.
Tho amount taken is not known. The
passengers were: Mr. and Mrs. Mid
dlewort, Mr. Mark Long, H. Jeane,
Y. Caball and Dr. Spahn. The
lady passenger was not molested. Offi
cers are in pursuit, though the rob
bers arc doubtless by this time safe in
An Austin special says: News
reached this eity this evening that a
freight train standing on the side
track a few miles from Palestine was
attacked by seven masked men. Tbe
train men were driven off and the cars
robbed ot their contents. It is said
that four of the train robbers have
It is further reported that masked
men robbed a store and tbe postoffice
at Smithville, Bastrop'county, jester
day. Ihe robbers were young men,
and are still at large. .
Liveepool. November 19. -Lard
prime Western, steady, 58s. Tur
ifntino sDirits London steady. 4Js
Yheat winter steady, lis 2d. Corn
mixed steady, 6s.
DEATH 'OF II. V. REDFIELD
MEMPHIS BOAED OF TEADE.
LiAMEK.of 1). I.inicr 4 Co , Kaahville.
BiO. 2fl I UOXT NTREET, - .
(Adjoining Cotton Kbchnnjs)
HliOll McCUEA. . A. KEELING. HTWOV w r.ttv
Hugh Met rea, President. - . E. A. Keelinit, Maiiaser.
J. n, I.anler, Secretary.
Cotton, Grain & Provisions on Commission.
Will make a sneelslitr r f .xecutinsr order, for the nnrchafe or i1a nrMnt,.ntj ,!. r..Kn
deliver? of train and provisions in tke Chicago market, and for cotton for future delivei in
the Now York market. i:t m
A Noted Correspondent Nile
enmbs ut Washington.
nd hnrriblv nianzled. McGrath
walk and the way he hold his head a leaves an invalid wife, and Sheridan a
little Deculiar. wife and seven children.
x.i. (i' ....:t:j
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pistol to uuitciu. lie coumnu w. .. vOTBmr,.r 13. -The
identily it as there were thousands ol Tennessee and Ohio valleys much
pistols just like it. Tho charges were colder, partly cloudy, areas ef rain or
j,w r. .i, ....itlt. snow, northerly to westerly winds;
suggestion of the counsel and much to J dr, P'd
mo roiiei ui iuo auuiuuuo i';uu"s i"h ry a light snow in tne upper iuissis
Made to Measure!
THE SHIRT TAILOR,
269 1-2 Main, 0pp. Court Square
material and make the best.
My' Medicated Flannel Underwear
Prevents Chills and Rheumatism.
T T'.T."' '' 'rirt tock et
?1V2L. V""l,,n" " He Mouth at
paid rp CAPITAL, a,ooo.
Editor Evening Ledger;
DbaeSib: I trust you will give
mo space in your valuable paper to
correct an erroneous impression which
has gaiued considerable circulation
lrom an article published in your
paper on Wednesday evening, Novem
ber 16 1881, entitled "A Watch
1 take pleasure fn stating that 1
have never loaned f 163 or any other
sum ot money to P. V. Simraons.Esq ,
or F. 15. Simmons, tbe Eastern to
bacoo drummer, alluded to in said
rticle. Neither have I ever in my
life received a watch of any kind from
him as collateral or in pledge or
otherwise to 'secure the payment of
any sum Of mony whatever, as er
roneously stated. j either have 1 ever
reoeived a note, or draft of anjr kind,
or for any amount from F. . Sim
mons, given fur a gambling considera
tion, nor for any other consideration
1 deem it proper to make this sim
ple correction in justice to Mr. Sim
mons as well as myself.
W. J. LOHN.
MRS. C. H. FITTS
BF08 leave to notify the pablio that Pn.f.
Anton Strelftky will take chare ot the
vn-al deprtinent of her frivate Conserva
toire. 1H.RMS Clnss lessons, K per ironth. Pit
vale lemons, 112 per menth. W 91
examination of the pistol.
Guitcau desired to announce to the
court that he bad invited John 13.
Townscud, of New York, and Leonard
Swett and A. S. Trude, of Chicago, to
assist him There was plenty of brains
on tho other Side and he desired as
much on his in the interest of justice
"Another matter," he continued,
"I desire to call attention of the court,
that there aro a number of disreputa
hie characters in court, and some
threats of violence bavo been made
d urine tho week past. I have no
fears et my personal safoty
Chief of Police Las kindly furnished
me a bodyguard, and I wish to notify
all evil-disposed persons if they at
tempt to harm me, my bodyguard will
shoot them down. That is all there is
about it." Then nodding to the ic
porter's tables he added "Reporters
put that down.
Colonol A. S. Tiockwcll was the
next witness. He began to detail the
sippi valley westerly to nortncriy
winas, stationary or siowiy nsiujn
temDcraluro and falling barometer
during the night.
Fourteen Trains Behind Time ut
WHOLKSAI.i AXD KBTAIL DEALM IK
Elovei. Ranees, Manfeli and Grates, Hardware, Hollow-War
Jt anufacturer of Plain & Japanned Tinware, Copper & Sheet Iron Ware.
A Well Seleoted Stock or Lanterns, Lamps, Lamp tnimneya,
Agent for the Celebrated
"Vnn's Oooltlns naugo.
884 MRln Ntre, Meinphf, Tenn.
TELEPHONE TO J. A. SIGNAIGO,
BOLE AGENT KOE THE
F BKAUD FRESH OYSTERS
Alwnrsi Fall and Frtah.
Also Dealer in Fish, Game, Venison Steaks, Veniion Hams,
Venison Jioaits, teiery ana r ouivry,
. fji-r Hrllierv to nlL parlH of the clly.
J0KM A. SIGNAIGO. 278 and 280 Second Street,
London, November 19. It. Tcn-
broeck and family are passengers in
the City of Chester, from Liverpool.
Vienna, November 19. The Im
perial speech to the German lleich-
stag produced tho most prolound im
rrcssion hero by its earnestness and do
cision, and the masterly style in which
tho task of legislation is set bofore the
Piturdar. Nor. 19 t 00,l 72II02.W S2
Total this week 1.01 1. Ml 29 MS.SW 91
T..1.I lull w.tk l.PttfiM V 8V1 SI
bsme mtk 10 l.i.C.O.U 62 Hl.Na W
occurrences at the depot, when Sco
villc interposed and acknowledged the
killing. -Guitcau quickly shouted
No, your Honor, we acknowledge the
shooting, but not the killing. Col
Rockwell simply stated the facts with
in his knowledge, and without cross
He was followed by General D. G.
Swaim. The witness was at Elberon
when tbe shooting occurred
Dr. D. V. Bliss was then called.
Cloud Lilled from a Troubled
Boston, November 19 Theodore
O. Weeks, the broker indebted to the
Paoifio Bank, was in financial trouble
few months ago on account of the
sudden collapse of Boston, Hartford
and Erie bonds, in which he was
largoly interested, but after making
arrangements with his creditors again
appeared on tho street and, it is un
derstood, made his losses good by sub
sequent advance of the bonds. '
. A Generous Invitation.
SMiTnviFLD,!N. C, November 19.
Augustus Smith, colored, was exe
cuted yesterday for a heinous crime
committed upon Lilian Johnston, a
white child sevon years old. About
4IMK) people present. Tbe last words
of the condemned man were : "Fare
well, and meet mc in heaven."
Sr. Locis, November 19. Up to
nine o clock tnis morning oniy one
passenger train has arrived at tbe
Union depot, instead ot the fifteen
usually arriving hv thai hour. The
J h heavy rains of yesterday and last night
have washed out the road-beds and
inflicted damage on almost every road
running into this city. Tbe Chicago
& Alton and Indianapolis & St. Louis
(rains wero abandoned. Tho trains
on tho Illinois Central, Keokuk & St.
Louis and Vandalia & Indianapolis
railroads are indefinitely delayed. All
tho other trains were from 4 to 8
hours late. Tho trains on the Chicago
& Alton, Chicago, liurlington
Quincy and Wabash, which left here
last night for Chicago, were forced to
return on account of theouipassable
washout. Railroad communication
between St. Louis and Chicago is prao
tically cut off.
Liverpool, November 19,2:30p.m
Cotton, fair business at previous
prices. Uplands, 6jd; Orleans, 6jd
Salps to-dav. 10.000 bales. Receipt
1000 bales: Amcrcan, 1000. Futures
opened weak and closed steadier.
Kerember 19, 1SS1,
Rtock. September 1,1SSI 8,184
Received to uy. .........
Phi pped to-day
Snoolal to the Cincinnati Commercial.!
WAsniNOTON, November 17. Mr,
II. V. Rcdfield. who for four years
past has been at the head ot the torn
lneriiial's bureau at Washington, died
at 7:35 o'clock to-night, of quick con
sumption, something over a year ago,
Nr. Uedheld was taken with a hemor
rhage of the luncs. but continued his
duties in Washington until the last
summer, when, under his physician's
advice, he gavo up his work and re
tired to a nleasunt home in Eastern
Pennsylvania, in the hope of regaining
his failing health, lie returned to
Washington in September last, some
what better, but still unable to en
tirelv resume his lormcr work.
. On the Cith inst. Mr. Redfield suf
fered a socond hemorrhage which
greatly prostated him, and he took to
his bed, never again to rise. lie h?d
none of the symptoms ef ordinary
consumption, and, although his phy
sician Dronounced his case as exceed
ingly oritical, his iinmeciato relatives
believed his ale would be prolonged
for a year at least.
On Wednesday Mr. RedGeld seemed
somewhat improved, although very
weak, lie asked a mend to procure
him two volumes of biography, which
e said he hoped to read during his
Unesa. This niornine Mr. Redfield
was much more prostrated, for much
the time he was unconscious, and
suffered no pain whatever. When
aroused from the stupors into which
he tell he wis pertectly conscious ot
all his surroundings. His tiiends
now saw that the end was near, and at
35 p.m. Mr. Redfield quietly ceased
II. V. Redfield was born in Eden,
ne county. New lork, December
23,1842. His father died when he
was iour years old, and bis mother,
though a confirmed invalid, still sur
vives him. At an early age young
Rcdfield was taken to Tennessee to
live, and was apprenticed to learn the
. i " .i. wri-i .
riming ousincsB in mo lauuuaiur
oine Journal, lie bad not quite
finished his trade when tbo war broke
out. and the Federals occupied Win
chester. Ho went to Jasper, where
his mother lived. Prospering in his
calling, Mr.ltedfield volunteered some
letters to the Cincinnati Commercial.
Ho was then studying law in Chatta
nooga, l he editor or tno tyommer-
cial, quick to see tho writer's talent,
flnmmissionod him as a sneoial cor
respondent, and sent him through the
South. Writing of him at this time
the editor of tho Commercial said in
his nancr: "Wo value Mr. Redfield as
a correspondent because he is a disin
terested truth.teller. his judgment is,
no doubt, sometimes at fault, but bis
statements of lacts aro thorougly rii
ab o. e vouch for him, not as a
partisan, but as an honest man."
Mr. Redfields most conspicuous
newspaper work was done during the
' -!.: : l 7ti nA
liiHHiMH nm (-aiiiiiiiiu i 111 ioiu, auu
unon the Northern Pacific Railroad
Mr ItAdfifild was married in 1873 to
Miss Hamlin, of Smithport, MeKcan
county, Pa. lie leaves a wile and
Mr. Rcdfield s body will be taken to
Pennsylvania for interment to-morrow.
A T the r'gular meeting of Pest Grand Man
V ters. Council No 21, held the Uth iu t ,
Brother Austin W Williams, f.W O. M was
auir eipelled lrom the U U U u. F., for
emneislement. ne baving obtairea seventy
eirot dollar' and lorl rents (S78 OK and
after repeated demanda refused to account for
or turn over tbe mo.
Bespeotfully, ete ,
T 'OMAS SIMPSON, W. M.
D W Washington, (. 8
To the Elite of Memphis
MONS. A. MOREL,
OW stopping at Gaston's Iktel. removes
!l instantly and permanently bupertluous
Hair, Freokles Wa-ls Mole., Birth Marks,
or any detect in tne sain, uijnett city reler
ences o application.
A hP e lALI Y.-Skin beautified, hands
made white, finrernails almond- huped and
ose-tinted, aud all ailments of the feet
Specifies sent to any part of the world.
Per jianently located : MilvHiike,Wisi.,
P. U. Box ii05, which wnl receive prompt
Johm Ovkrtou, Jg. 0. N. GaoSTXKUK.
OVERTON & GR0SVEN0R,
Real Estate Dealeis,
Agents ant Brokers.
Office, 284 St cond Street,
H. E. corner Second stssd Court,
MEMPHIS,.: : : TENN ESS KK. .
rEALESTATKbooghtand sold, taxes paid,
rents collected etc., on commission.
MkMiMiis City Fibi ind Gkhkral Iks. Co.,
Ill Manisos Strict.
MKUFHI.. TkVM.. Vnv,mh.rS.
AT a meeting ol the Board of Directors,
hold this day, a
Dividend of five) (,T) PprOnt
on the eanitsl stock was declared and ordered
to be credited on the stork notes of the Com
pany. By order of the Hoar.l.
. . E M APPEHSON, President.
Hky J IiVsk. Cashier. 6u Ki
ELI AS SHAUL,
And Repairing Establishment,
406 MAIN STREET.
A Lh work done neatly, In first.olnss style
V and at lower prices than elsewhore, Sat
isfaction guaranteei in all cases.
'Mending and cloaning furs a specialty.
Stock, running account
Receipts thus far this week
KeoeiptB thus lar last week -
To d.y per M. C. B. R
To-dny per M. 4 T. R.R ,
To-day per L. A N. R.R........
To-day per M. 4 L. R. R. R
To-dy per C, O. A S. W. R. R.
To-day per steamers
To day pcrwagoul
Thus far this week
Thus tur last week -
To-day per M. It C. K. R
To dy per M. A T. R. R
To-da per L. Sc N. R. R
To-day per steamers north..
To-dnv per steamers south.
To-day par M. A L. R. R....
3,397- IK SW
Nj. 4222.RD In tbo Chancnry Court of Shelby
county, Tenn Mattio li Jones et al vs.
Junn R Allen et al,
IT appearing trom affidavit in this Ciuse
that the defendant, Juha K Allen, is a
non-resident of Tennessee, and tb.t tbe at
tvrhoicnt i.sued h-rc-n agiinst him hs been
duly ex, cuted by attachi g his proprr y. and
returned into coert, and that the claim of
complainant is avidetic d by open account for
tlio sum of about SJSi" 10, and is a just debt,
it is thorelbre ordered that he make
his appearance herein, at the courthouse
of Shelby eounty. in Memnhis. Tenn.. on
or before the flr.t Monday in January, 1SK2,
and plead, answer ar demur to oomplainant
bill, or the tame will be taken for confessed
tu nim and let for he&rinv ez-Darui
and that a copy of this ordor be pub
lished ones a week, for four successive weeks.
in tb Public Ledger, a newspaper published
in the city of Memphis, Tennessee,
lmsnin aay or ftoveinoer, mi.
li eopy Attest:
R J. BLACK, Clerk and Master.
Humes A Poston, sol's for conipl't
(9 75 81 87
No. 4219, RD In the Chancery Court of Shelby
county, ieiiu. vv I u lluiaes etal vs. John
R Allen et al.
IT appearin g from afBdavit in thi cause that
the defendant. John K Allen, is a aon-re.i-
dent of Tennessee, and that the attachment
issued herein against him has been duly exo
outed by attaching bis property and icurned
into eourt and that tne dout due complainant
is evidenced by open account, sud is sbuui the
sum of 8 BS, aud is j ustly duo. it is therefo e
erdered that be mskebis personal appearance
herein, at tbe courthouse of Shelby ounty, in
Memphis, leun., on or beore tbo nrst Monoay
in January, 1S82, and plead, answer or demur
to eomolainant bill, or the same will be taken
lor oon leased as to him and set tor hearlnt
ex-parte, and that a copy of this order bt
published once a week for gear soineoaivr
weeks in the Public Ledger, a newspaper
published In tho city of .Memphis. Tennessee.
This 18th day of November, lrel.
A copy Attest:
R J BLACK, Clerk and Master.
Homes A Poston, sol's for compl't
6" 75 SI 17
J. C. OATES & CO.
New & Second-Hand Engines,
Boilort, Pumps, Belling,
Gtvs and Steam Pipe and Fl fling's
No. 810 Front Street.
r All kinds second-land machinery bought,
sold .nd exrhanred 47 72
MADAM WARE', OF NEW TOKU,
So. 17 lanre Street.
THE most powerful Test Medium in Amer
ica. Consult her on dead and living
frienusr on business nutters; on marriages
aud love affairs; eaa locate every disease ot
the human ailing. Gentlemen not admitted.
Office hours from 9 1 li to 9 r . 4iif
S. H. Dunsoovb, W. B. GiuaiiTH.
t. M. Nilson, Sec'y.
OF MEMPHIS, TENN.,
No. 22 Madison Street.
W. B. MAI.LOrU',
W. B. GALBREATH.
R. L. COCUtlAN.
Bluff City Terra Cotta Works
MANUFACTURER OF ALL KINDS OF
Stone Jugs, Jars, Churns, Etc.
SHELBY St., bet South and Georgia.
To Country Merchants j
THE close condition of thinrs brings a gn-1
eral purprse on the part of CAKEVt'L '
COUNTRY M ElvClIAMS to make special
exertions io the purchase of their winter sup-
Appreciating and oommending the wisdom i
of this policy, we have, IN ORDER TO PUL- I
LY MEKC fr. suppli.d ourselves with a bV
PKRB STOCK of siich STAPLkS as are dally
needed by TUB numvUMU I'ti'l'l.s ot ttic
country. Merch.nts, therefore, WIIK HAV E
CASli TO SPKNI), are contidently invited to
look in npon the UNUSUALLY fine stock
NOW opening by us to furnish tbe coming
WM. R. MOORE & CO ,
Wholesale Dry Goods Notions
AND MEN'S FURNISHINGS,
No. 396 Main St.. Memphis, Term.
Oar Fall and Winter Slock ol
The Central Xulioual Hunk ol'
Boston, November 19. At 11:30
the Central National -Bank stopped
paying checks. The officers say it is a
temporary stoppage for the purpose of
consultation among tho director? as
to the proper course to pursue. At tho
Clearing House to-day tho Contral
Bank was compelled to pay $400,000.
The Pacific Hank.
Boston, November 19. A meet
ing is being Hold oy tno la
cific Bank pcoplo for the pur
pose of reorganizing tho concern
Weak s said this morning if re
organization was elleeted be wouH
he able to meet his liabilities.
A. J. EtlSEL,
Ol Boal Street,
Dealer In Ktovea and Fnrnlture.
Qnesuiware, Tinware, tilaawrr
aad General Aswortsnent ot ftood.
GEORGE W. TURriEfs,
Carpenter and Build er
Shop In Rear cf Hotel ClarenJo'..
a-SpeclaI attention to Job Work. li
Have beea received aud lis nee
end so anas la style, tnalie,
quality or cbeapaeea In price.
ALL OUR GOODS ARE NEW
AND FRESH !
220 Main, Cor. Adams.
r-Flit BenSa aad Hhoee made t..
or4er aad a HI gaaraawea.
Try McE e e' s 65c
204 Main 8