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1S5 places, far 520.
Baf l"Ixtnr.s. Mlrrori, t.
aii4nipl.-platad KbWm, Oaiton (U.
Hotel and buamboat W arj
C. V. ERICH,
HI ate"! TRFFT. MemrM, Tnn.
MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE:. WEDNESDAY EVENING. NOVEMBER 23, 1881.
2500 Dozen Slightly Imperfect
Handlieroliie f !
Purchased direct from the manufacturer in Europe,
AT JUST ONE-HALF PRICE.
Everyong should see these goods, for they are Real Bargains
We have them for Gentlemen.
We have them for Ladies.
We have them for Misses.
To-morrow, the 21th, being
Thanksgiving Day and a national hol
iday, tho Ledger will not be issued.
It will next appear the following af
ternoon as usual.
Ok Secretary Blaine's visit to the
South, the Wilmington, N. C, Star
says: "He will be well received.
Blaine has some soul. lie is not an
animated ioeberg with a pieco of the
North Pole for a spinal column. He
has said harsh things of the South,
but it may be he did not mean it."
Murder of a Farmer Scheme or,
Buecsior to Mltoh.ll, Hoffnan Co.) hai th. largest ul bwt auorUd steel f
CARPETS, CURTAILS, OIL-CLOTHO
IN THE SOUTH, AT LOW riilCES.
No. 303 MAIN STREET : : : Memphis, Tennessw
rail "m r.XKMtnr. before prucHArUwa. rr
GOODYEAR'S LITER MIC!
If taken wbere eold first (eix.a upon the
porson, will nnitop th. pores, looion up
the bowel and thereby produao a healthy re
action nrcparatory for the reception of that
BOOTUING and EFFECTUAL of all RKMK
DIES. PINE TAR COUGH BALSAM,
Aoertain care for all diseisn of the T1IKO AT
and especially Chronio LUNG AFFECTIONS.
Try It an t yon will be convinced. It li pleai
ant to the taste, agreeable to tho stomach,
and effectual in removing til ebi'ructloni to
th. BRONCHIAL TIDES. Cy ILDKEN
LOVE IT. 50o end SI a bottlo.
Eureka Pile Liquid !
ForBlind.Blcedini and I'ching Pilei, whether
internal or external. A lure, safe and speedy
remedy. Try It and be convinced. Price, $1
Sr. Eollett's Vegetable Tonio Specific
50 PILLS 4
Are now well known ai a sure, eafe and speedy
remody for a'.l KIDN EY and rrinnryDkeises.
None ever mo them without spoakinf of their
efflciency. BSSDFORCIrVCULAR. t0-and-4
S2 50 boxi 3. boxes for 16. Call at tiood.
yir Plinrnmcr. 2ixlv2diw
Chicago, November 23. The body
of Reynolds Kenyon, a poor farmer
living alone three miles north of
Downer's Grove, was found this even
ing, having been murdered inhis
house. lie had reocntly sold bU farm,
but fas not known to have any money.
No motivo is known and no clue.
The Times says tho newest subur
ban scheme is said to bo cnginoercd by
Tn amount thus far subscribed for B. Meeker, with a powerful syndi-
the Garfield monument to be erected I cate behind him, including many rail-
at Cleveland is. in round numbers, way magnates. This syndicate is try.
f 05,000, of which sum M0.500 comes ng to or has bought the South Chicago
from Cleveland. The subscriptions lands belonging to the lsowen estate.
are now practically at a standstill, and Tho proposition is to uso this land as
the local nancr. aro nririnff fixt.ranr. I a depot for the products Ot all the
binary effort- for securing tho full lw"8e Eastern and Wostcrn coal com'-
sum desired namely. $200,000. If the Pme8 11141 hve agencies in Chicago,
committee having the matter in charge t'oal brought here by rail or water
shall succeed in raising f 100,000 they P1 bo delivered at this general depot,
would do well, and the effort to secure wnore 'aoilitiea will be providod for
that sum will involve them a hard and expeditious loading or unloading. The
iri.nVlnM t.alr TV. xnimm. ;n Chicago and Western Indiana Belt
Drobablv be an amilication to the State railroad will transfer coal to the differ
for a liberal appropriation, as was the fnt Western lines of railroads. Dock
improvements win do maao, ana me
enterprise involves an outlay of a
million dollars capital. Among the
capitalists are a number of New
Yorkors; also Mr. Allen, of Boston;
J. B. Brown, of the CI ieago and
Eastern Illinois railroad; and Mr.
Cummincs. President of New York,
Strong Buyers in the Field. Chicago and St. Louis railroad.
Large Orders for Small Govern
London, November 23. Count
Herbert von Bismarck, the Chancel
lor's son, will be temporarily attached
to the German Embassy here.
Count von Muster, German Embas
sador to this Court, denies the story
that Count Ilerbert von Bismarck has
come to London on a seoret mission to
offer England possessions in Egypt.
Madrid, November 23. The ad
vance of the Frenoh troops toward
Moorish territory in pursuit of Bon
Amcna and Sy Sliman causes consid
erable concern in Spain.
BIGHT OF WAY.
A quemlon that Agitates Another
Place BeatMea Memphis.
caso with the Linooln monument .in
Illinois, and the monument to Wash
ington at the Capitol.
Livermore Foundry & Machine Company
160 to 174 Adams Street, Memphis, Tcan.
Cotton PremeM, gegracDts and l'inions Otr fcllii bearing, Hon
Towers, Cotton Uln, Euu,lise. Steam I'unip. Ilrax Uod,
riie and t'lttiiiKN, Jet riirnps, Hancock Inspirators,
Governor, Iron and liraws Cant-ins, General
Kepulrs and everything in the line.
owSaND FOR C'TAL' (iVV,. I TSw
"dODQE C. TliADKnC ' JOHN A. FLEECE"
D. C. TEADER & CO.,
334 Front Street. ( Harmolia Block), Memphis, Tenn. 1 78d&w
" O. NEELY. " S. H. BROOKS. II. 51. NKKLY
. BROOKS, NEELY & CO.,
Groc&rs, Cotton Factors
AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
367 Front Street, : :
Wahiiington. November 23. The
. . - j - . .1 : 1 t .1.
M.., v,r v oo titii I auenuance at mo n uiunai tunrt inia
lv, .uH morning was sensib v diminisliod on
Street market continues feverish .nnmint nf iha rain Rtorm. While
Strong parties, however, are buyers, I tiuitcau was taking his second break-
and finnM and Snin nn-dirt a rallv. fast at tho City Hall, he expressed
Tk fn; ,,.,. fH dissatisfaction at tho release of Jones
it . t i . upon bail
creasing, especially at J.onaon. ine -Wh lho Court O.leocd Scovill
annual statement of tho Baltimore made a formal renuest lor the Daners
Ohio Railroad throws some lichtl taken from Guiteau at the time of bis
,,nnn ti, inninmnmn r,Kiim,.t,( nt ili I arrest, stating that tbey were material
PAID LP CAPITAL, 825.000.
MEMPHIS BOARD OP TRADE.
SO. 2S6 FROXT NTBEKT, - MK.ttl'IIIS.
(Adjoininit Cotton Ebchange).
W C N KLSON? Nashville, K. . BIIDD, of Collifr, Kra y Ic Co,, Nashville
II, C. (iOUUOS.B. LANIER, of li. l.aiucr Jc vo.t Mashvalo.
IlnEhMeCrea-rreMdent, - - E. A. Keeling, Manager,
J. 31. Lanier, Keeretary.
Cotton, Grain & Provisions on Commission.
Will make a uneciality ( f executing orderi for th. purchafo or sain of oontrncti for the future
delivery of rain and provision! in the Chlcajo market, and for cotton for future delivery in
Ik M.. Va.I. .....bat lu
HILL, FONTAINE & CO.
Cotton . Factors
296 and 298 Front St.,
116 South Main St.
ST. LOl lS, BIO.
TVT. T.. T5A.CON.
Heal ESstte Broker
wo.oniaawon" , ,
eirftore. Re.idonee., lots and farms for rent and sale. Refers bf lrmi.iin th. Bank
f Commerce, Union anil Planters Uana, uerinan national """ yj-
EVERISH WALL STREET.
The Trial Still Pending-
3Iarket Lower and
So Material Developments.
Now York Central. It indicates that
tho lo?s occasioned by tbe railroad
war will be sifialltr than expected,
Mr. Vandcrtilt told a friend a few
days ago that the road had earned
nine per cent, at the worst time this
Large orders for Government bonds
are coming in from the interior. Tbe
demaud is for 50 and 100 denomina
Vandcrbilt is roported as having
said last evening that he was in favor
of having tho question of differential
rates settled by arbitration, and he
thought that boards of trade might say
whit advantages should be given and
Tho Evening Express will l,a6S 'nt0
tho hands of Cyrus W. FielJ on Sat
11 a.m. Tho stock market opened
weak and generally from J to J lower,
the prosecution had not needed them,
he could see no reason why they should
be withheld. Tbe District-Attorney
offered to furnish copies of the papers,
but bcoville insisted upon his rights
in the matter, and asked for the
originals. 1'endiogdiscussion, Guiteau
lnsistea upon oeiug neuru, unit sum:
1 can throw lmht unon tins
At tho time of my arrest I
had forty or fifty oditoru
slips showing the political situation in
May and June last, l lie so slips show
the action and one of the forces that
imoellcd me on to the I'resideut
Tho are very important ai showing the
gist of the whole matter. There were
forty or fifty slips denouncing Presi
dent Garfield. It was living on such
ideas as these that 1 was unally lm
pclled on to the President with my
inspiration. Colonel uorkhill inter
nosed aeain favinu. "If it will enable
vou to cet through to-day I will send
lor them at once. Uuring tho the
momentary lull in tho proceedings
Guiteau desired to make a personal
explanation, saying that ho ucd the
and under heavy pressure to sell. The I expression yesterday that Julius
nrices declined stcadilv ud to this too suggestive qt tho negro race,
, n i r, ., i, u I aud for that reason he had arorped it
nour. wnauaooutnem som on i , from his name IIig prejudice was
and the remainder of the list J to I, I bceotten twenty years ago. Ho meant
tho Wabash and I'acifio preferred, no disrespect to any person or any
tho St. Paul. Oregon Navigation, race, particularly not to tho colored
Political Status oi the Bepreaen-
San Feancisco, November 23. At
a meeting of citizens held at Union
Hall last night, to protest against the
evident intension of the majority of
tho Board of Supervisors to pass an
order granting exclusive franchise to
the Bay Shore Railroad Company to
encircle the city with its tracks.
Strong speeches wore made and reso-
utions made which will be presented
to the Board. The sentiment of the
meeting, which largely consisted of the
mercantile clement, was in favor of
close connection between ehip and car
but no exclusivo privileges to any one
Cairo, November 23. Arrived:
James Hobson, Louisville, 11 p.m.;
City of Helena, Memphis, 8 a.m.,
Guiding Star, Cincinnati, 9 a.m.;
Andy Baum, Cincinnati, 11 a.m. De
parted: Rhea, Nashville, 8 p.m.; City
of Helena, St. Louis, 1 a.m. Cloudy
Evansville, November 23. The
weather is cloudy and cold, the wind
being from the Northwest. Mercury,
3G to 38. Itivcr. 12 7-10 feet, and
lling. There are signs of snow.
Liverpool. November 23.4 p.m.
Cotton opened easier and fractionally
cheaper. Uplands, 6 9-16d; Orleans,
(i 11-lbd. Sales to-day, lU.uw Dales
Receipts, 41)0 bales; American, 100,
Futures opened flat. '
New Orleans, November 23, 11:30
a.m. Cotton nuiet. Middling, 11 jo
Siles to-day, 500 bales. Receipts,
9U08 bales. Stock, 254,0 bales.
New York, November 23, 12:15
p.m. Cotton quiet and nominally
unchaneed. Ordinary. 9 3-lbc
eood ordinary. 10 9-lGe: low middling,
11 Jo; middling, 11 15-16c; good mid
dling, 1Z 5-lbc; middline lair, Id 1-lbc
fair. 12 13-lGc. futures are quiet
and steady 5 to 8 points below last
evening s closing prices.
K.vombcr 23, 1S91
Slock, September 1,1881 ,1M
Roonved to dy ..... 2,106
Kecoired previously.- ir3.6ll-165,3M
Shinned to-dav 2.499-174 r
Shipped previously 98,ld9-100,teS
race, lor they wero more nigniy
thought ot than the white race nowa
ocovillo continued by reading
Guitcau's letters, lie read a letter
written by Guiteau to his father, in
which be snoko ot having eotten into
some troublo and in which ho asked
Gmteau exnuncd tbe letter, saying:
"One of mv clients, a miserablo little
whcln, bad me arrested on account ol
a little oinercnce 01 twenty uonars
between us. As soon as the District
Attorney's attention was called to the
matter, I was released. I never ougb I
to have been arrested, but it cot into
the papers and did me a good deal ol
harm. 1 had been in tho theology
business for some tunc, and as usual,
was out of money. That's all there
was in that."
As the reading ol tbe letter was
eoncludod, Guiteau again interrupted,
saying: 1 never got much
from my father. He got
usiness men of Memphis.
Fiusnbing, Gas end Gleam Fitting
PUMPS, PIPES, HOSE, ETC.
J. W. X. BROWNE, 40 Madison Stref.
Wnii noil iwn PIT ATT. nZAT.n IW
du.. Donna., liantela and Grates. Hardware, Hollow-Ware and Castings
JK an'ufacturer of Plain Sc Japanned Tinware, Copper & Sheet Iron Ware.
A Well Selected Stock of Lanlerne, Lampi, Lamp Chlmneyi, Eto.
.Agent for the Celebrated
Vnii'a OoolE-ing Xlaugo.
SV4 Hnln Street, Hempbla, Tenn.
Michigan Central and Northern Pa
cific preferred, tho Lako Shore,
Northwest and Central Pacific, being
most prominent, are on a downward
movement. The Manhattan elevated
was strong, and advanced one per
cent. Wheat a shade easier and mod
Louisville Jockey Club,
Louisville, November 22. Tbe
Jockey Club ha decided to have a
carnival of raoing in tho spring, in
creasing its regular meeting to cloven
days and adding somo twcnly-five dol
lars in the programme. Light addi
tional stakes will bo opened, which
makes thirteen, to closo January 1st.
It is expected that many strangers
from abroad will visit Kentucky in
May to wituess tho Derby Pay and
our races, as well as to attend the sales I down on mo becauso I left the Oneida
f tl,nrn,ionlir.I vxarlmM nenurnnr Community, and we could never alter
u. .. ...... j - . , ., !, M
iuue.,w.i. uw v Kncnota I 'm m ,1 orn ru I m'X
further demonstrate the worlh of r .uj.i ' f. ,pvt mo out of fel-
American bred Lorses. This Club will lowship with my father up to the
lnnt a slidinir sea o of wemht. differ- time ol his death, ooovino, rcsum
" ' ! n..u . -
. L r . i. t .i,nnri.ik i lnif. aiiuueu in vj uiktrau 9 valuer ua
eni irom mope 01 iuo ivciiujiuuwuu, - . . , , , .n-.i,,.-
llUllllllttll OIIM V. T, UIU WIIWU"IUM
that his intellect was deficient. This
.i.v trAna.yA thn nrisnnnr at nnoA
Liverpool Market. I j njl v.... . ,priM 0f interruntions.
Liverpool, November 23. Lard protesting against Scoville's conclu
T.rma Win Hull. 7s Gd. Cheese Lions as false. When reforenco was
. ? i. . co.. I made to nis runnine arouna irom one
American cuoico Bit-auy, o, . - ... !,;
tembcr mate, oas; summer maae, o. tQ ba empioye(i l8 campaign speaker
Tallow prime city steady, 40s 6d. tnd his failure (o obtain recognition
n.nmn T.nniinn steaHv. Cs 3d. was mentioned, uuiteau snoutea
Turpentine spirits-London, 41s 6i .- I bad.o
LV1U IUIACU Dieauj, v.
Stock, running account
Receiets thus ftr this week
Receiuts thus lar last week......
To-dsy per M. A O. R. R ...
l o-dny per n. 1. II. K
To-day per L. A N. R.R
To-day per M. 1c L. R. R. R
To-day per C. 0 B. W. R. K...
To-day per steamers- m
To-duy per wujoiis. w.
Thus fir this eck
Thus lar 1. ireck
To-day per M. A C. R. K...
To dy per M. A T. R. R
To-day per L. JtN.lt. R
To-day per steamers north
To-day per steamers sonth
To-day per It. ft L. K. K
- IIoobiik, gOarin. Repairs, etc., promptly attended to.
TELEPHONE TO J. A. SIGNAIG0,
sole agent for the
F BRAUD FRESH OYSTER
AIwbt.FdU and FreMi.
Also Dealer in Fish, Game, Venison Steaks, Veniton Hams,
Venison Koasts, ueierj ana rounry, x.iu.
rFree Drill err to all marls of the clty.-ft.
JOHN A. SIGNAIG0, 278 and 280 Second Street
and will announce them shortly.
Washington, November 23. For
Teunessce and the Ohio Valley: Light
rains and partly cloudy weather, vari
able winds slightly west and north
westerly, with lowor temgerature fol
lowed to-night by rising barometer.
For tho Missouri Valley: Fair weather
and eold north to west winds will con
tinuo during the day followed to-night
by variable winds, falliug barometer
and slight changes of temperature.
Wednesday, Nov. 23. l'S.Kfl M I ,(:0 81
Thus fur this wsek.... 723. SM Oft llfl.lM 10
Kum last w.ek... P2v!.ir37 S7 1(17.41 31
Same day week b.lor. 7.S3.121 72 119.4M 7
THE NEW DOl'SE.
Eleven Thonsand Dollars Tor
Hilling a .Minister by
ideas but not reputation. Ihey
wanted bin euns like General Grant
and Senator Conkling, men who would
draw. Then, in duect contradiction
to his counsel's declaration to the jury
yesterday, that. Guiteau was a man
who never made a joko in nis me, ne
looked up with an amused smile, say
ing: '! prcsumo I'd draw, now."
I his provoked great laughter, wnicn
waanromntlv suppressed by tho J udgo.
who struegica to aisguise a smue upon i
his own features.
Too Many Coats.
Late yesterday evening Officer Ste
venson was called upon to arrest Wes-
ey Moore, a roustabout, who had on
too many coats not for the season
but for his mental comfort. Tho under
coat had been taken from its peg with
out the permission of the owner, an
other roustabout named York Byers.
Wesley claimed that he had bought
tho coat from another fellow in the
presence of tbe mato of tho steamer
Taggart. Tho mate knew nothing of
the transaction, and W esley was sent
A couple of mysterious boxes await
owners at tbe stationbouBe. Both of
them contain ladies' underclothing,
dresses, etc., evidently home made
About four months ago they wero left
by a drayman at Oliver, Finnie &
Co's. and remained there unopened
until yesterday when they wero sent
to the stationhousc. No mark could
bo found on the outside, but a card on
the inside was marked: "Compliments
ofS. W. Douglass to Miss Ida Wil
Hams, Scanlan's Landing. Steamer
A. J. White."
Courier-Journal: Atlanta is much
disturbed by tbe prospect of the L. &
N. obtaining possession of the Mem
phis & Charleston, as iNashville was
when the Nashville & Chattanooga
was purchased. Atlanta will get over
its fright as Nashville did. The great
Louisville corporation never buys to
destroy, but to build up.
Mr. Frelinghuyson is still talked of
as Scerotary of State. Mrs. Froliug-
huysen and her daughter had Btock in
the Mechanics' National Bank, which
was robbed of two millions of dollars
by Cashier Baldwin. These ladies
Washington, Nov. 21 Since the
election in New York it has been
claimed that there were 117 straight
Republican members of the next
House, notwithstanding the deleat oi
Astor. Tbe official list of the mem
bers as made np by the offioers ol the
House, and ot those who are entitled
to draw pay, only contains 146 straight
Republicans, or one short of a majority
overall. They are from different
States, as follows '
California 2 Colorado,.'...-... 1
Connecticut -a Illinois ... .li
Indiana - 8' Iowa . .... 0
Kansas 3 Kentucky 1
I.iitiUiAni 1 Main. 3
Maryland -.. 1 Masiaohusetti .........10
Michigan 9 Minnesota !
MiKSoun 1 hebraka... 1
New llamvihir. 3 New Jersey 4
New Vork.... 10 North Carolina 1
Ohio -Vi Oregon 1
Pennsylvania 18 Rhode Island 2
TeaneKce-. S Vermont.. 3
Virginia 2 Wisconsin .. (
This is the list of Rcpublioans as
they will be recognized at the organi
zation of the House. There are 13G
straight Democrats, eight Greenback
ers, two Readjustcrs and one Indo-
fiendent Republican, Smyth, of Brook
yn. It is almost certain that five of
the Greenbackcrs, the two Read
justee and Smyth will voto with the
Republicans, which will give them
ten majority. The project of attempt
ing a coalition between tho Democrats
and Grecnbackers to secure the organ
ization seems to have been abandoned.
since Hewitt and several other Demo
crats declared they would not have
anything to do with it.
Congressman Reed, of Maine, an
other candidate for Speaker, arrived
here to day, and talks as if ho felt
hopeful. llobeBon, ot New Jersey, says
he is in favor of all Eastern members
uniting on Reed as the candidate of
the Last, as he regards him as a
stronger candidate than lliscock.
There are only thirty- four members of
the House in Washington, and of
these only twenty are Republicans,
Of these twenty Republicans eight
are candidates for Speaker. So it is
evident that not much progress has yet
been made in the car.vass. All the
candidates talk hopefully, but the
truth is, none of them as yet can give
any cstimato ot the votes they will ge'
outside of their respective States
They come here to meet and talk with
members as tbcv arrive, and so few
havo yet put in an appearance that
candidates are not much wiser than
when they first came.
Alex. II. Stephen on Ieek
Cincinnati Commercial Special.)
Washington, Nov. 21. Represen
tative Alexander H. Stephens has ar
rived in Washington, and takes hi
old quarters at the National Hotel,
the same rooms which were occupied
by Henry Clay, at the time of his
death. In conversation with your
correspondent to day, Mr. Stephens
said that his general health
during the last summer and autumn
was as good as usual, notwithstanding
tbe fact that be had taken no rest, but
had devoted about fourteen hours a
day to severe literary labor and re
search. Mr. Stephens is now suffer
ing from, and is under medical treat
ment, for a cancerous affection of the
face, which, within the past few weeks
has become quite painful. He hopes
to be able to take his seat in the
House upon its organization, and to
attend to his legislative duties as
A Sonlhern Facitie Railroad
Completed at Last. .
Little Rock Gaicttt.
Sunday's Gazette announced an end
to the hostilities between the Uould
and Huntington interests in the
Southwest, on the basis of an arrange
ment by which the work of construc
tion of the Texas L Pacifio railroads
will stop at the present meeting point,
eighty miles west of El Paso, the
Gould and Huntington roads to be
hereafter managed as Bne continuous
It has since been announced via St.
Louis, that, perhaps as early as Jan
uary 1, 1882, through passenger trains
will begin running each way over the
entire route between San Francisco
and St. Louis. As the Iron Moun
tain becomes an important portion of
tho line, these trains will run through
Littlo Rock and he State of Arkan-
TbiB is a much more important an
nouncement than most persons will
suspect. It is an announcement that at
least, after many years spent in wait
ing and hoping, the dream of a rail
road to the Pacific, running through
Southern territory, has been practioal
ly fulfilled. Within a few weeks the
Southern States will have a routo to
the Paoific, not only shorter than the
one now in operation, but penetrating
territory comparatively free from ice
and snow one which can be operated
every day in the year.
Arkansas is peculiarly fortunate in
the fact that several hundred miles of
this great artificial highway traverse
tbe btatc troni northeast to southwest,
thus enabling every other railway con
structed or to be constructed within
her borders to connect with a through
line to tbe racinc ocean.
The Southern Pacifio railway rrob
lem is solved, lho line now passes
Littl. Rock Gaictte Spocial.l
Dallas. November 21. Private
dispatches announce that the Supreme
Court has affirmed the Shaw case, ap
pealed from Collier county. Elder
Kuowlcs Shaw, a prominent divine of
tbe Christian church, was killed in a
wreck on tho Houston and Texas Cen
tral railroad, near McKinney, over
two years airo. A verdict was ren
dered for the heirs for the sum of
$100,000. The railroad company an
ted the case, and the Supreme Court
rms the verdict of tbe lower court.
England's blind Postmaster Gen
era!, who wins golden opinions even
from Tories, has scored another sue
cess. You can now write a telegram
on ordinary note paper, stick on post
e stamps sufficient to pay it, and
put it in a street post box and it will
be sent so soon as th box is empties
ATTENTION, KNIGHTS TEMPLAR!
HrEMPHIS Commander No. 4 K. T.. will
DL bold special conclave al asylum TU13
EVENING at 7:30 o'clock for conferring or
der of R. C. Full dress. Sojourning fraten
inviud. Uy order .
K. C. W1LL1A.Y15U.N, IS. V,
T. J. Bik'htb, Recorder.
Fine Wines.Whisky, Brandies
OF G. BAUM & CO.,
St5 Halo street,
At Greatly Reduced Prices, for Cash
7197 A.HEESNF.L, Anvlgur.
nfnraTJ C Slaughter. J. P. for Shelby county.
Tenn.-W K Moor. M Uo. va. U U Jiosley
anrl T .1 Rerrv.
N this cause an attachment having been
ued out under section 34S6 of th. Cod. of
Tnnnuiu. and returned levied upon the
uroperty of thi defendant!, by garnishment.
and affidavit hnvine boon made mat ueiena-
ar.te are indebted to th. plaintiffr in the sum
of four hundred aad filteen aollara and eighty
cent., and interest, due by note, and that
th. claim li just, and tnat th. aeienuantt
ire non-r.sidonts ol m. state oi lennes-
see: it la therefore ordered that said de
fendant! make tneir personal appearance
before me on the 3Ut day of December,
1SS1, at 12 o clock ra , at my ouice,
ma. u Minims street, memonii. lenuessra,
and defend said attachment suit within tne
time prescribed by law, or to. gam. win ce
proceeded with ei-parte; and that a copy ol
this order be published ouce a week for four
weeks in th. Public Ledger.
This th. 23d day of Novmber, 1S81,
727J8450 B C xl ArmiTK '. '
Before J M Coleman, J. P for Shelby ceunty,
Tann. L fodtsta A C. VI. J U King.
TN this cause an attachment haviar been
X. sued out under section 34oo of the Code ol
Tennessee, and returned levied upon the
property of the defendant by garnishment on
r R Smith, who answers that he is ii debted
tatbe defendant in the sum of loriy-tiree
dollars, by note, and affidavit having been
made that defendant if indebted to the
plaintiff in the sum of thirty five del
iars and fifty-three cents, due by
count, and that th. olaim is Inst, ana
that the defendant is a non-resident of the
StAte of Tennessee; it is therefore ordered that
said dtfenuant make bis personal appear
ance before me on the 2t'ih riav of December,
1S81, at 10 o'clock a.m.. at my office, No. 12
Madison st , MempDis.Tenn., and defendsaid
attachment suit within the time prescribed
by law, or the sain, will be proceeded wilb
ex-parte: and that a copy of this order bi
published one. a week for four weeks in thi
This the 2 lit day of NoveinW. 1R81.
7 78 81 90 J M C LKM N. J.
Made to r.'easure!
THE SHIRT TAiLOR,
269 1-2 Main, Opp. Court Squara
Perfect Fit and Satisfaction War
MATERIAL ASD MAKE Till! BEST.
Ky' Medicated Flannel Underwear
Prevents Chills and Rheumatism.
Tim t'inrat mil Larirnat ta..l
We'iiU' FuruUhlnxs lu lho South at
A. J. ENSEL,
0-4 Uortl stroGt.
ivoalor la Hlotrm itud Fnrnltare,
QiiMsuware, Tinware, Ulairi
and Oouerol Assortment ol Uomlv.
MRS. C. H. FITTS
T)EOS leave to notify the public that Prof.
LJ Autua Str.lezk w will iuLa v,r nr it..
VOf-al deiilrtment nf krr li.lv.in p.. .......-
IhRMS Class lofsons, 6 per ntonth. Pri
vale loasons, tl I per mtnlh 691
MeMi'HuCiivFias a?D Or.sitRii. Ins. Co
19 Mapisoh Stur.itT.
MKUPRia. TKVW.. Nnvnmhftr K. ISH1.
AT a meeting of the Doard of DireotorJ,
hold this dny, a
Dividend of Fle (tt Prrr.nl
on tj. capital stock was declared and ordered
to be credited on the stork Botes of th. Com
pany. By order of the Board.
. EM Al'PKKSON, President.
IlKSfeY J Lv!, Cashier. 60 W
And Repairing Estabiishm enf,
406 MAIN STREET.
A It work done neatly, in lirBt-elims style
f V and at lower prices than elsewhere. Sat
isfaction guaranteed in all cases.
arilendint and cleaning fun a specialty.
To Country Merchants
riVU E close condition of thing, brings a gen
1. ernl purpose on the part of CAHKi'l'Ii
COIN TRY MERCHANTS to make special
eiert:ons in the purchase of their winter sup
plies. Appreciating and commending tho wisdom
of tuis policy, wo have, IN ORDER 10 FUL
LY ME1H' IT. supplied ourselves with a SU
PERB STOCK nf such STAl'LKSas are daily
ceded by THE YVOHKINtt P lie I' I E of the
eounfy. Miirchanta, tber-fore, WH'l 11 A E
CASH TO SPEND, are confidently invited to
look in upon :he UNUSUALLY fine stock
NOW opening by us to furniih the coming
WH. R. MOORE &. CO ,
Wholesale Dry Goods Notions
AND KEN'S FURNISHINGS,
No. 396 Main St.. Memphis, Tnn.
J. C. DATES & CO.
New & Second-Hand Engines,
Boilers, Pumps, Belting,
;as nud Meaua ripe ami Fittiug
Kv. SIO Front Ntreet.
rrAll kinds second-hand maohinery bought,
sold ;id ei"ha-e"d 47 72
S. II. DOSSCOUB, W. B. (iALBllHTH.
F. JI. Nilsos, Soc'y.
tVe are in receipt ofauotlier net
lime of CARPETS, eniupritting
all the latest design", which we
are oderiug at prices to suit the
Ol'R BEOKOO.U 8ET4 are eon.
idered the greatest bargains
ever oflcred to the MeinphU
We desire to call special atten
tion to our CASK-SKAT HAIRS
that never tall to sell alter being
examined and priced.
Oar WIXDOVY MIAULS are
marvels ol benntr, and we only
ask an Inspection of them before
Remember, the place to get
Bargaios In Fnrnltare and Car
pels is at r
Riley Bros. &Baer's
340 Main Street,
Near Union, : Memphis, Tenn.
Mr. Noblo Calhoun, who owns
tenement property at 1G9 Foplar
street, don't like to havo them called
shanties, and they shan't be in the fu
ture. He bad no insurance on the
premises when they caught fire a day
or two ago.
Wo about $10,000. Mr. Fred. Fre
linghuyson, a son of the ox-8euator, is
Thomas C. Baker, whose estate was
settled in San Francisco, two years
ago, on what was regarded as sufficient
proof that he had been dead for eight
years previous, has turned op in the
city, and is making it refy lively lor
the ex administrator.
Out of Her Misery.
Special to the Little Rock Gaiett..
Dallas, Texas, November 21
Fannie Smithson. a Young woman well
connected at Woodbury, Tenn., a fow
months ago ran away with a man nam
ed lucker. lie soon deserted and
left her in destitutu oircumstances
and was afterwards arrested and is
now in jail at Woodbury under the
charueof bieamy To-day his viotim
diad. A few weeks bko her Barents
learned of her whereabouts and en
deavored to induce her to return
home, but she was too proud to do so
and took up her abode with a family
ot negroes. 1 ne latter retused to let
the authorities bury ber like a pauper
and raised money to dctray tho expenses.
As to Elephant.
The Kine of Siam has eot a new
while elephant, and tho president of
tno ciaiwarts has Mahnno. White el
ephant arc proverbially expensive and
BOOTS AND SHOES,
200 1-2 MAIN ST., Memphis, Tenn
OF MEMPHIS, TENN.,
No. 22 Madison Street.
S. H.WNflCOMB. W. B. OALBREATII,
W. W. MALLORY, K. L. COUUKAN,
L. HA.VAl Kit. H. FONTAINE.
J. U.llcDAYTtr, A.VACCARO,
JWE UKUUK. ITS
Oar Fall and M'lntvr Stock ol
SA perfect fit inarantaed.
attention paid to repairing.
To the Elite of Memphis
MONS. A. MOREL,
VTOW itoppini at Gaston's Hotel, rcmri
Ll instantly and permanently SupertluinH
ilair, freckles Wart .Moles, limb. Maik.
iluheet city relcr
or any delect in the akin
encea on ennllcntinn
A I"M ULTY.-Si n Wat fied. ha;, da
made white, finger nails aimoi.d-.hiiiied mid
tose-tinted, and all ailments of th. I"t
Specifies sent to any part of the world.
Permanently located : Milwianken, Im
P.O. Box aoa, which will receive ir m 1 1
GEORGE VJ. TURMEn,
Carpenter and Build ci
Shop In Fear or Hotel Claren ion
-RpcIal attention to Job Work. i;
Ilnv.bern received anil l ape
uimI to mis. In syl, make,
quality or cheapans in price.
ALL OUR GOODS ARE NEW
AND FRESH !
220 Main, Cor. Adams.
.r!ii Bol iMt
Bluff City Terra Cotta Works
MANUFACTURER OF ALL KIXDS OF
Stone Jugs, Jars, Churns, Etc. '
8HELEY 8t, bet South and Georgia.
2VIOXX1. rlin. Toiiri.