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MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE: TUESDAY EVENING. NOVEMBER 22 1881.
After the first of January next
the Ledger will cease to exchange
wun all papers known as patent out
sides or insides. Oar exchango list is
unwieldy and must be cut down, and
we can better afford to dispense with
papers only half printed at homo than
those that encourage labor and are
entirely printed and edited at home.
Tub Guild Gazette, the organ of
the Southwestern Benefit Guild,
makes its appearanco to day. It is a
neatly printed little paper of six col
umns to tho page. I'ivo thousand
copies are printed, to be sent out gra
tuitously to agents, members and the
publio at large. If will be issued
monthly at the nominal price of fifty
cents per annum.
Bv a corrcspoo'lpneo prinUd else
where, it will be scon that the citizens
of LaGrango have invited Judge
oneed to address thcra upon the nolit
ical issues of the day in Tennessee,
ana tnat he will comply next Satur
day. The peoplo will be glad to hear
from Judgo Sneed. Ho has
long been in publio life and
yet has never been a politician,
Fight years upon the Supremo bench,
ho was practically isolated from poll
tics. He is a conservative man of
sound high views.and is a safe advisor.
Ho is known to be a State Credit man
of the strictest sect, and opposed to
repudiation in all iu forms,
lie regards, if wo understand
his position, tho 10O-3 bill
with tho coupon feature, however.
as a calamity and especially hostile to
tho growth of a healthy publio opinion
upon debt molality. His argument in
fa7or f tho 50-4 in 187!) is remem
bered ly the peoplo'of Tennessee and
especially for the high standard of
houor it inculcated. He believes tbat
compromise is no crioio and that a
State, liko an individual, has a right
to mako the best terms it can with its
creditors, pro-idod it is done by hon
orable negotiation. Ilia views wi!l be
read with interest all over tho Stuto-
It is to such men that look fjr sound
advice at a time like this.
We have decided to reject all orig
inal poetry from tbee columns on and
after tho first of January next. Our
cotemporaries can have a monopoly in
that line. This is due notice to verse
writers who may have a stock
under way, and also to cur
readors. Much of tho fo-cal'cd
poetry that appears in daily news
papers does not deserve tho name.
EditoM often, in a spirit of good na
ture or fympatby with a eontrilutor,
insert rhymes that are no credit to
their literary taste. Sometimes we
publish a very fair picco of verse, but
it U not always poetry, and very little
of it will live in the future libraries of
song. Mrs. Jjilliaa Kozelld Messenger
has written much that may bo called
nal poetry and to live, though of late
years since she rc-noved to Washing
ton we have not heard much from
her. It is astonishing how many poo
plo try to write poetry. It is even
said that there is hardly any man of
any education who has not at some
time in his life invoked the muses
and wrought out a few verses some
abandon the idea very scnsiblv and
tear up what they havo written.
Others rush to the newspapers with
it, and perchance it is printed. Now
and then a very creditablo piece ap
pears. Thoso who are the greatest
failuros are the more persistent in
advertising the fact to the world. To
save our readers considerable inflic
tion and ourselves a world of bother,
wo have concluded after much medi
tation and many long conferences be
tween tho editorial room and the
counting-room, to rule out all alleged
original poetry, good, bad and indif
ferent; ordinary, good ordinary, mid
dling, good middling and fair, from
the dato above named. We break
tho news gently as possible.
A LOT of colored people loft Phil
ips county, Arkaneaw, somo time last
year, for tho happy land of Liberia.
hen they got to New York they
were swindled out of what money they
had or spent it in a foolish, extrava
gant way. Then they appealed to a
sympathizing publio for help; they
told a fearful lot of lies about
having bocn driven from their happy
homes by brutal whito men, who
wanted their crops, teams and other
property. The Northern papers gen
erally aoccptcd these statements for the
truth, as they always do when anything
injurious to Southern white people
is told. The Herald and
other Now York papers in
terviewed these miscrablo wretches
and published column after column of
their alleged terrible treatment, After
a delay of many weeks money was
raised to send tho martyrs on to Li
beria. They had a hard time of it
on board tho ehip, and found the
happy land very different from the
representations. Tho painful fact
was realized very foon that they
were among unj'mpuhiz'mg strangers
aud that they would havo to work for
a living the same in Phillips county
as anywhero else. And now they are
Writing back to some of the bad white
men of that county for money to bring
them back to Helena, They desire to
see their old homes and the class of
people Iheyliedon at New York. They
mako tho most earnest appeals for
, aid, and promise that they will never,
never do so any more. Why do they
not write to their friends in New
York or Kansas? Perhaps Parson
Conway could find them nice homes
in some of the U ostcrn States. If
they will wait until the approach of
the next close election they would be
wanted in Indiana. But, no, it eeems
that they prefer to call on their old
white neighbors and former masters,
They know who to go to in time of
real distress. When they do return
it is to be hoped the New York papers
will take half the trouble to interview
them and report their statements as
A Feverish Market and Con
Boston Banjcs Drawing Heavily
on New York.
Difficulty in Negotiating
Trunk Line DltTerencea Referred
New York, Novomber 22. The
Wall street market opened feverish,
and there is no denying for the mo
ment confidence is considerably
shaken. Boston advices are reassur
ing, although tho banks are taking the
precaution ofstrengthening themselves
by drawing funds from Now York.
One bank sent 1 100,000 yesterday, and
leading bank President estimates
that Boston will draw about $1,000,000
tor protection. Indications favor a
stringent market, and time loans are
more difficult to negotiate. Tho bulls,
however, comfort themselves with the
belief that the government will oome
to the roseuo with a largo purchaso of
bonds. An inside party says the trunk
lino difference was referred to arbitra
tors, and that a conference of the man
agers is to be held to-day. Partita
who have been ttudyipg tho purchases
ofLakeShoro claim to havo satiefac
tory proof that muoh of the buying
has been for tie Vanderbilt account.
The market was steadied yesterday by
heavy orders for Western Union, and
an unusual number of loans called in
here and in Boston.
Berlin, November 22. Tho export
of gold from Russia increases rapidly.
Tl-nis, November 22. Ali Bun
Amar escaped three columns French
troops. He retreated South.
Dublin, November 22. Yesterday
a flying column of 500 men, consist'ng
of military and police, assisted the
civil power in evictions on the estate
of Tottenham, M. P., at Killycloghcr,
County Lcitrim. The police dispersed
private moeting of the Ballyfornan
branch of tho Ladies' Land League of
Rome, November 22. Vace Delia
Verita, in an article entitled, "An
English Legation to the Holy See,"
complains of tho hostility of some of
the Liberals to that idea.and says that
the Holy See is much interested in
maintaining direct and official rela
tions with Protestant governments
Tho annimosity of Macculso toward
Premier Do Pretis, was caused by the
failure to obtain an audience with
Premier Macculso, and wanting to
vindicate himself from fresh charges,
on account of which ho was plaoed
under polico surveillance.
St. Johns, N. B., November 22.
The Bay of l''undy Quarrying Compa
ny is embarrassed by the suspension
of tho Pacific Bank, of Boston, Presi
dent Bcnyon being tho principal stock
holder. No.heino to Defraud Iiisuruuce
Boston, November 22. Fuller, one
of the parlies onocrned in tho recent
swindle of Daniel B. Gardner in which
the bark, Western Sea, figured, yest r
day gavo testimony implicating Gard
ner in a schemo to burn the vessel and
defraud tho insuranco companies.
Washington, November 23. For
Tennessee and tho Ohio Valley : Lo
cal rains and partly cloudy weather,
northeast to southeast winds, falling
baromekr and slowly rising tempera
ture For the lake regions : Partly
cloudy and slightly warmer weather,
light snow in eastern and northern
portions, winds mostly from cast to
south, falling barometer. For upper
Mississippi and Missouri vftllcys:
Slightly warmer weather, south to
wost winds, falling baromoter and fair
LivntrooL, November 22. Baoon
o. o. firmer at 52s, s. r. firmer at 5:5s,
1. o. firmer at 4, s. e. firmer at 51s.
Beef India mess dull at 90. Lard-
prime westorn dull at 57s. Cheese
American, 0.is lor ooptembcr make,
and OIs tor summer make. J urpen
tine spirits London, steady at 41s CJ
Wheat spring No. 2, steady at 10s 8d,
winter, Us Id. torn mixed dull bs,
The Van Iionbly Guarded.
Washington, November 22. The
prison van in which Guitcau was con
veyed to court this morniDg was es
oortod by six mounted policemen, in
addition to ten officers who rodo up.
The trip was made without incident
and after reaching the prisoner's room
Guiteau partook hearty of breakfast,
and expressed himself satisfied with
the police arrangements which made
ensure safety. He thought some pre
cautions should have been observed
at the outset. The court room was
crowded in every nook and corner.
John Guiteau was in the court room
soon after 9 o'clock and obtained
subpoenas for six additional witnesses.
None of the gentlemen publicly in
vited by Guiteau to assist in the de
fense have yet responded. It is un
derstood however, that Scoville ex
pects to secure the service of
Trudo, of Chicago, later in the
week several experts were summoned
bthe defense, who are in attendance
this morning, among them Dr. Rice, of
Wisconsin, who has long known the
prisoner, and who, it is said, advised
bis commitment to thp insane asylum
four years ago on tho ground of emo
Guiteau was brought into the court
room shortly after ten o'clock, and
Scoville resumed his argument. He
called the attention of the jury to the
plea set up by the defenso of insanity.
and discussed at great length the
growth and chargo of publio opinion
upon the subject of insanity and its
treatment by tho courts when set up
as a dclense in criminal cases. He
cited numbers of cases and rulings in
several noted ones. Ho claimed that
tho plea of insanity having been set
up by the defense, the burden of the
proof rests with the prosecution.
At ono point in the argument Sco
ville in detailing the more enlightened
treatment of the insane now in vogue
at asylums said: "In nthpr vnrAa
those in charge of asylums act with a
ittlemorc reason than do theinmates."
This sally seemed .to amuse Guiteau
immensely and a broad smilo broke
Orer his features which reappeared
two or thrco times as if his mind re
curred to it. Scoville alluded to the
prejudice which undoubtedly existed
against the plea of insanity generally,
and especially in the case of the pris
oner. He said that newsna-
pers had intimated that Guiteau
was ouly feienins? insanity ami
such seemed to be tho general
theory of the publio. Guitcau turned
uneasily in his chair, and with quick,
nervous articulation said: "I never
feign. I act myself sane or insane."
Without noticing tho interruption,
Scoville alluded to the arrest of a man
at the time of President Hayes inau
guration, who was sent to an insane
asylum. "This man," Le said, "had
as carefully made all his arrangements
to kill Prosidcnt Hayes as did Guiteau
to kill President Garfield, and but for
his arrest might have succeeded."
t'oiiNlUfringa PropoNlllou to Pay
800.000 Taxeai to the C. O.
and Accept frlOO.000 Stock In
Lieu of 100,000 in the M. It. It.
The committee appointed at the last
term of the County Quarterly Court
to agree upon Jsome proposition with
the new Chesapeake k Ohio railroad,
were in sessioh at the Courthouse this
morning, with closed doors. Among
those present wcro Messrs. Tom Hale
man, J. T. Petit, J. T. Fargerson,
Col. Josiah Patterson and County At
torney J. A. Taylor.
The case stands in this shape. Tho
county owned $100,000 of stock in the
Mississippi River railroad, which road
has changed hands three times. The
present owners are the Chesapeake &
Ohio Ilailroad, which offers to is
sue to the county ono hundred thou
sand dollars in stock of the new com
pany in lieu of the stock in tho old
Mississippi River railroad owned by
the county, provided the county will
pay to the C. k 0. $00,000 taxes due
the Mississippi River railroad.
The antics and funnyisms of the
humorist assassin Guiteau has been a
theme of general disoussion for1 the
past two days. There is a method in
tho man's pretended madness. He
was converted to Stalwartisin when
President Garfield and Secretary
Blaine declined to bo further annoyed
with his office hunting impudence.
He was shrewd enough to say to the
eourt that his defenso would be insan
ity, doubtless bolicving this plan the
best to serve bis turn. Tbe dcspioable
fellow appears to hugely enjoy tho pe
culiar features of his trial.
General Cheatham's Vindica
tion. Nashville World, 21.1
General Cheatham's vindication will
bo published simultaneously in Biity
newspapers next Sunday. This pro
duction will be looked forward to with
a great degree of interest by the
public. We understand that the
Philadelphia Times has offered
General Cheatham 6ne thousand dol
lars for tho right of being the first to
publish it. No doubt the soldiers who
rallied to tho standard of General
Cheatham will hail with )oy this pub
lio vindication of their chieftain.
Judge Sneed to Dismsra the Po
lllical Situation In TennetNce
The following correspondence ex
LaGrixok, Texs, Nov. 16, 1881.
Dear Sia In view of the terrible
political storm now brewing in our
State, the wild and revolutionary
views entertained and expressed by
some of our best State Credit citizens,
growing out of the passage of the llKM,
we feel inclined to advise and counsel
with ourmostprudontand ablest men,
and being satisfied by your acts in a
long and faithful publio life, that you
have the honor as well as the interest
of the noble Volunteer State of Ten
nessee at heart, and that you are a
safe and prudent counsellor, we ear
nestly and respectfnlly request you to
give us publioly your opinion as to the
best ana surest means of averting the
pending storm, which we fear bears
upon its bosom dishonor and financial
ruin. And to this end that you will
indicate a time at your earliest con
venience when you can address the
people of this place on the absorbing
V e have the honor to remain
Your friends and obedient servants
Ch.a A Shelton,
Hichard A Wortch,
TJ Shelton. Jr.
T U Toombcs,
R A Jones,
R II Milliken,
F 0 Nebhat,
W T McNamee,
W P Cowan.
M L Anderson,
A 1) Lewis,
L II Milliken,
W J Hancock.
4 A Livsconib.
R H Shepherd,
T II Webb,
JUDGE SNEED S BEFLT.
Memphis, November 19, 1881.
Gentlemen: I have the honor to
acknowledge your flattering favor of
recent date, inviting me te address the
peoplo of your county at LaGrango, on
the political situation in Tennessee, as
affected by the late legislation on the
subject of the public debt, and to indi
cate some early day when 1 may con
veniently do so. In view of the
"brewing storm" to which you sre
pleased to rotcr, and Us possible effect
upon tho welfare and honor of the
State, I feel that I cannot and ought
not to decline; and, if agreeable to
your people, I will meet them on Sat
urday, the Ma mat., at I p. m.
Very truly yous,
John L. T. Sneed.
Livebpool, November 22,5 p.m.
Cotton a f-hado easier. Uplands, 6d;
Orleans, 63d. Sales to-day, 10,000
bales, lteceipts, 12,500 bales; Ameri
can, 12,100. Futures opened quiet and
steady and closed steady.
New Orleans, November 22, 11:30
a.m. Cotton quiet. Middling, lljc.
Sales to-day, 500 bales. Receipts,
Ma i bales, btock, HS,b 10 bales.
Manchester, Eng., November 22,
S.M p.m. iatns and tabrics are firm
New York, November 22, 12:22
p.m. Cotton quiet. Ordinary, a d-lbc;
good ordinary, 109 lbo; low middling,
llio; middline. 11 la-10e: eood mid
dling, 12 5-lGc: middlinefair. 131-NJc;
fair, 12 13-lGc. Futures are barely
steady, at very little change from last
evening's closing prices.
November 22, 1581.
Stock, fieptembor 1,1881 g,l4
Received to djy 2,nl3
Received previously . . lftl) i 163,011
Shipped to-day 2 278-171 fi
Shipped previously .. 9f),8Sl 9S,1M
Stock, running account 73,8:i6
I a PORTS.
Receiota thus far thia week 11,082
Receipts thus far la.t weak u 0,9
ion; per it. a v. n. tt
To-day per M. Jc T. R. K
To-day per L. N. K.R
To-day per M. Jr. L. R. R. R
To-day per C, O AS. W. R. R...,
To-day per steamers
To- day per wagons
Tbui far thia week
Thus far last week
To-day per M. i C. R. R
To day per M. A T. R. R
To-day per L. A N. R. R
To-day per steamers north
To-dsy per steumers south
To-day per M. , L. K R
,$ li.09 43 f5,214 01
Tuesday, Nov. 22
Tan. far this w.ek...
12 .081 21
Same day la.t week...
Same day week before
Strinofield, III., November 22.
The Sangamon river flood has
reached its height, and the water is
beginning to recede. It is usually 200
feet broad and inside high banks; but
now it spreads over the rich and fer
tile bottom lands, and in some parts is
two miles wido. At Itiverton, seven
miles cast of Springfield, there
is a terrible scene of devastation.
Field after field of corn lies covered
with water, whilo an occasional
island protrudes above the deso
late waste, eovercd with stalks
of corn. Tho shocks of corn were
carried bodily down the swiftly flowing
stream. In some places wagon roads,
are covered with four feet of water.
Tho cattle pens of Riverlon and
tho alcohol works are partially des
troyed. Two hundred cattle and 1300
hogs have bocn turned into the lots.
John Black's paper mill has sus
pended and is threatened with over
flow. The Wabash railroad bridge is
well protected by strong iron piers.
Ldward Agco loses 2000 bushels of
corn, and many others lose smaller
amounts, whilo many farmers report
the loss of cattle, fences, etc. The
Stato Department of Agriculture esti
mates the loss to the corn crop at a
quarter ot a million dollars.
MEMPais, Tehk.4 November 22, 18S1.
rrilURbDAV, November 24. heini- Thanki
L rivina. a National Holidav. all banks will
be closed, l'aitiea bavins; papr. maturing
oninaiuRv, musi pirutcm on vrednefday,
S'ate National liank,
German National Bs-k.
Vnion and Plantera Bank,
Rank of Commerce,
First National bank
UNDER a trust deed, to me executed April
Hth, H79, by B A Hilderbrand, recorded
iu oooa kja, page mo. i win, on
Thursday, December 29th, 1881,
sell for cash, on the southwest corner of Main
and Madi.oa streets. Metniihii, Tenn., be
tween the hours at 12 m nod 1 p.m., the fol
lowing described property in hhelby eonnty,
Tenn. lit bein tbe late reaidonce nf HA ihl
derbrand, dcoeaied), .ituatbd in the Twelfth
Civil District, and being the southeast quartir
oi section one, range oniric, townsnio one,
west, (liX) acre.), together with all the im
The euuitv of redemption ia waived in ift.ii!
trust deed and the t tie ia believed to be per
fect, out iseu aoa convey niy . t'utee.
Wli VANUOOK. Tru tee.
Mal.ne k Watson, Atty'a 71 101
Before WW Dickasnn, J. P. for Shelby county,
xt - A 'auia vs. j f aniK.
IN tbil cause an attAchment h.!n h.n
JL sued out under section K of the code of
Tenneaaee. and returned levied hvumiah.
ment on J A ttewart aa a debtor of
aeienuant, ana affidavit bavin been
made that the defendant ia Indebted to
the plaintiff la the sum of 135.62, due by
account, and that the claim is Just, and that
the defendant ia a non-resident of the State
of Tennessee: it ia therefore urilfirftd that
aaid defendant make kia personal appear
ance oeiore me on tne Bin day of I'ocetnber,
1M1. at mydwolling. in iheFirat Civil District
of Shelby courtv. Tenn., and defend said
attachment auit within thf time prescribed
by law, or tbe same will b proceeded with
ez-parte: and that a copy ol this order be
pnoiisned once a week for lour weeks in the
Tbia the 21st day of November, 1RS1.
71 77 8t 9 WW Ii'KASON. J. P.
UNDER and in pursuance of two certain
deeda of trust to me mae, one executed
by W T Carmack, rccordod in Rcgi-ter'a office
of cihelbv eountv. Tenn.. in hn .it 117
54J. 4 and 6, and the other by raid Carmack
and 6 A Carmaek, hia wife, recorded in book
No. 12S, nagea 1.7. Sand tf. I will aeil atnublic
auction for CASH, on the southwest corner of
Muin analMadiBon street., Memphis, Tenn, .on
Thursday, December 23 (at 12 m), 1381'
the property in said deeda et-tiut described
to-wit: Tbe 2tX) ai re tract formerly conveyed
by A J VVird to WT Carmack, in aaid county,
descrided as follows, to wit: Iietjinning at a
stake .'0 links west of a Urge red oak n.arked
W on the w, at line of the Alston dower;thence
aouth 74 chaina 3 links to a suke, soutbwes
e rner of the Alston dower; ihooco east with
S S Kembert'a north line 2$ chains to a a'ako
on the aouth boundary of the Alston dowrr;
thence north 74 cbarna X2 links t a stake;
thence east 2-t degrees south 16 links to a black
wainut marked w; thence chains to the be
ginning, the property of WT Carmack as coa
vcyed in tbe first deed, and tbe same property
ilea a traHof sixty ocrea, lying nonh of the
Dr. Henderson and Lucy road, and between
said road and a l.ne running ttrout-h said
tract nnrthward of said road, and parallel
therewith, to ae to ia etude tho a welling house,
and make in aaid tract the complement of
sixty acres), the said 100 acres, and 4V) acres
boing together 1)0 acres, and as e nveved l y
W T and 8 A Carmack, bis wifo, in said seo
ond deed above-the two nonveying all Iho
intorest of both in the 140 acres, and the indi-
iuui luwre.t oi w i in the residue also.
By reason of default, and in nurniRitn. nf
truata, I sell all the above interests. Kquity
of redemption is waived, but I convey enly a;
uiuboe. xiiie oeuereu to ne coon.
. , . U BARN liS, Trustee.
Finlay & Peters, Atty'a. 71 102
M'e are in receipt of auolher new
line of CARPETS, comprising
all tbe latest denlgn, which we
are offering at prices to nuit the
OCR ItEDROOU SETS are con
sidered ibe greatest bargains
ever offered to the Memphis)
We. desire to call special atten
tion to onr CASifc-SEAT HAIRS
that never tail to sell after beinn;
examined and priced.
Oar YVIXDUW NUADES are
marvels ol beanly, and we only
ask aaa inspection of them before
Remember, the place to get
Bargains In Furniture and Car
pets Is at
Riley Bros. &Baer's
340 fJSain Street,
Near Un'cn, : Memphis, Tenh.
BOOTS AND SHOES,
200 1-2 MAIN ST., Memphis, Tens.
ajaarA perfect fit guaranteed,
attention paid to repairing.
To the Elite of Memphis
MONS. A. MOREL,
VTOW stopping at Gaston's Hotel, removes
1 inatantly and permanently Superfluous
Hair, frecklca Warts. Moles, Birth Marks,
or any delect in the skin. Highest city refer
ences on application.
A HP'S lLI Y.-Skin beautified, had
made white, finper nails almond-.haped and
lose-tinled, and all ailmenta of the feet
Specifies sent to any part nf tho world.
Permanently located : MllwaukecWI ,
P. . Box K03, which will receiro prompt
THE close condition of thinga brirnts a gen
eral purpose on the part of CAKEFl'L
COUNTRY MERCHANTS to make special
eiertiona in the purchase of their winter asp
Appreciating and commending the wisdom
of ' tbia policy, we have, IN OkUKK TO Fl I.-
ii ti r.r. t It. aiippii-u our.elves with a R)
HERB 8T0CK of s'ich STAPl.r-S . nr. ,iniu
neoded by TUB WOKKIMH l'fr'I'l.B of the
country. Merchants, therefore, Wllu 11A t
C Abll TO SPhN'L), are confidently invited K
"i n upon mo lai&UAi.i.i fine stork
NOW opening by us to furnish theoooiine
WM. R. MOORE & CO,
Wholesale Dry Gooth Notions
AND MEN'S FURNISHINGS.
No. 336 Main St.. Memohis. Tnn.
GEORGE H. TURKEn,
Carpenter and Builder
Shop In Rear of Hotel Clarenfoa
rSnecial attention to Job Work.
Made to Measure!
. THE SHIRT TAILOR,
269 1-2 Main, Opp. Court Squaro
Perfect Fit and Satisfaction . War
ranted. MATERIAL AND MAKE TUB BEST.
My'j Medicated Flannel Underwear
1 revents Chilli and Rbcuiuatipm.
TI,,e',,n,'t ""l Lnrireat Mock of
A. J. ENSEL,
IXutler la Stoves, nnr Paroling,
Qaeencwaro, Tinwnr, (Jlassnira
aud 0neral Aanorlment ol Cloud.
MRS. C. H. FITTS
BEOS leave to notify the publio that Prof.
Anton btrelesky will take charire of the
oal department at h.. p.iD,
I hRMS-Clsss lessons, t6 per month. Prl
vate lessons, $12 per menlh. 6ti 91
JOHX OvfRTOK, Jt. C.N.OB08VMO.
Real Estate Dealers,
Agents ant Grckcrs,
Office, 264 Stcond Street.
W. E. eorar Second nnd Court,
MEMPUI3, : TENNESSEE.
REAL ESTATR bought and sold, tavea paid,
rtnta collected etc., on oommusiou.
ouui'iiUL'UTt'iiaiSD Obsebai. Iss. Co
ly Madison Mrkkt.
Memphis. T?vw N...nA.. , icjt
AT J,'.cti" t the Buard of Directors,
held this day, a
DIvlrtiMid of Fin in io. -..,
on the canit.l stock waa declared and ordered
to oe credited on the stork notes of the Com
pany. By order of the Board.
ii tt fcM APmtSON, President.
Hknby J Lyjih. Canhier. 00 fr,
ELI AS SHAUL
And Repairing Establishm epf
406 MAIN STREET. .
A LL work deno netly, in flret-cliies style
f and at liiwor prices than eleowhero. fmt-
imt-viMQ viiaranieai in nil cnaa..
vtf-Mcnding and cleaning fura a i
J. C. OATES & CO.
New & Second-Hand Engines,
Boilers, Pumps, Belting,
Han aud Nleani Pipe and Fitting
Nu. aio Front Street,
nrAII kinds second-hand machinery bought,
sold and evchanned 47 72
MADAM MAKE", Of ffEW YOKK,
So. 17 Vsiiioo Ntreet.
THE most powerful Tost Modiura in Amer
ica. Consult her on dead and living
friertost on business m itters; on niarriagos
and lore affairs; caa locate every disease ot
tho human ailing. Gantlenen not admitted,
(Jllico hours from 9 a h to 9 p if. 4it
8. n. Dlnscouh, W. B. Qalbriath.
Frendent, . Vice-Presidont,
F. U. Nklsox, Sec'y.
OF MEMPHIS, TENN.,
No. 22 Madison Street.
S. . H.DUN.SOOMH,
W. B. OALBREATU,
R. L. COCUitAS,
n . K. 1 M.I.Ultl,
JdE BRUCE. ITS
Ehff City Terra Cotta Works
MAXKFACIURER OF ALL KINDS OP
Stone Jugs, Jars, Chums, Etc.
SHELBY St., bet South and Georgia.
Our t'nll nnd Winter Mock o:
Ilnrebcen revflyeil nnd U nest
oinl to none) In ntyle, make,
quality or eheapneaa In rlc.
ALL CUR GOODS ARE NEW
AM 3 FRESH !
220 Main, Cor. Adams.
itrFlii Bonn and hos made U
oHrr and m Oi nuarauU-4.