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Public ledger. (Memphis, Tenn.) 1865-1893, November 25, 1881, Image 1

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DINNER SETS,
1 33 places, far $20.
bPZClALTIB3t
Ktr Fix'.sr.t. Mirrors, .t.
Quadruple-plated Knives, Cestori .to.
Hotel tad titeamboat Wui
G. N. KRICH,
'J1 w V NTWTKT.
WwnfMii Testa,
Handkerchiefs
2500 Dozen Slightly Imperfect
3E3C andkerohief s !
Purchased direct from the manufacturer in Europe,
AT JUST ONE-IIALF PRICE.
Everyone should sea these goods, for they are Real Bargains
We have them for Gentlemen.
"We have them for Ladies.
Wo havo them for Misses.
B.LQWENSTEIN&BROS
112 O.
.Baocoeior to Mitchell, Hoffman k Co.) hMthiUrrwt and bwt assorted stock f
FUENITURE,
CARPETS, CUnTAipS, GIL-CLOTNO
IH THE SOUTH, AT LOW PKICES.
303 MAIN STREET :
cat.?, awn FXAMiifi!
QOODYEAR'S LIVER TOE!
If taken w!:cro cold (list seiies upn the
person, will ui.stop the porn, looi-en up
the bowels and thereby produce healthy re
action oreparatory for toe reception of that
BOOTUINO aui EFFECTUAL of all KEME
DIES. PINE TAR COUGH BALSAM,
Acertnln cure fc r all dieesea of tho THROAT
and especially Chronlo LUXO AFFECTIONS.
Try it an I you will bo convinced. It l pleas
ant to the t.ulo, agreeable to the itomach,
and cfTcetunl in removing all obstructions to
the BRONCHIAL TUBES. CHILDREN
LOVR I T. 61j snd 1 a bottle.
vcxxn
Livermore Foundry & Machine Company
160 to 174 Adams Street, Memphis, Tenn.
C'oftoa J'ro-ise-'. Segment nnd I'lnlons Tor Ciln (.earing, llorc
I'owrrs, lotion tilm, Knglnes, (steam I'aaipa, Bras Good,
Jrlp mid Flttingi. Jet I'nnip", Hancock Inspirators,
tjovci-nora. Iron and Bras1 ('Mrln, (scneral
ttepalr and ever thing la the line.
rerStfN'D FOR CTAL"flTTB. ' 1 78w
DODUE C. TRADER.
D. C. TKADER & CO.,
Co-tton Factors
33-1 Front Btrcot, (Magnolia Block), Memphis, Tenn. 1 78d&w
U. N E ELY. S. H. 11KOOK3. II M. NICELY
BROOKS, NEELY & CO.,
WHOLESALE
Grocers , Cotton Factors
AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
3G7 Front Street. - :
INCORPORATED.
MEMPHIS BOARD OP TRADE.
G. 2HG FKOT NTIttXT, MEMPIIIN.
(Adjoining Cotton Kbchango).
DIRCCTOHSl
IHT.H M'CKKA,
XV O I.' I . r k .t.Y-i
II, C.UORDON.B. LAMER,
Htich MeC'rca, President. E. A. Keeling, Manager.
J. M. Lanier, Necretary.
DKALEBw IN
Cotton, Grain & Provisions on Commission.
Will make a speM.ility rf exenutingordera for
delivery of K'uin and provisiom in Ue (JiilcafO
the Now Yoik market.
ILL, FONTAINE & CO,
Cotton Factors
Wholesale G-rocers
298 and 298 Front St.,H6 South Main St.,
Air.UI'EIlS, TEXS.
M. Ha- BACON,
K6al EiBtato Broker
No.O Madlsoxx CAt.
. .r.,1 hrml (nr rmnt .itrl IlU. Rfffifl h IVrmiMtnf. tO til BtTlV
rior, n uw, . - : T n
unineH' men nf Momithifl
GAS FIXTURES.
tin, Oss
I'UMPS, PIPES, HOSE, ETC.
W. X. BROWNE,
LOUIS
WHOI.I81I.K AXD
cf,wc Rnnopa. Mantels and Gratea,
E auuf acturer of Plain & Japanned Tinware, Copper & Sheet Iron Ware,
. A Well Selected Stock of Lanterns, Lamps, Lamp Chimneys, Etc
Agent for the Celebrated
Van's Oooltlng Xlango,
8ti Haln Street, MrnpbU, Tenn.
rirKooonr, Guttoring. Bepalra. etc., promptly atteaded to. 1
TELEPHONE
F BHAHD
JDHN A. SIGNAIGO. 278 and 280 Second Stree
D
vol xxxin.
MITCHKIjI
: : Kemphls, Tennessrc
wrronK tncTt ammo, tj-
Eureka Pile Liquid !
ForBllnd.BleedtOf and Itching Piles, whether
Internal or external. A lure, lafe and ipeedy
remedy. Try it and be eonvinoed. Price, tl
Dr. Kollett'i Vegetable Tonic SpeoiCc
50 PILLS 4
Are now well known as a lure, aafeandipoedy
remedy for a'l KIDNEY and UrinaryDltoase.
None evor nie them without speaking of tholr
eEoloncy. SEND FORCIUCULAR. CO-and-t
ti 50 box; 3 boxei for 99. Call ait Joexl.
yar'i Pharmaey. Iixxlvldjctt
JOHN A. FLEECE.
:
EScRiphis, Tcnn.
1 T
PAID UP CAPITAL, JAO.OUO.
E. A. KEELING, SIMON W. ORKEN, Memphis.
E. t. BUDD, of Collier, Fra y k Co,, Mashvill..
of B
Lamer & (Jo., fiasnviue.
the pqrohaie or lale of oontracti for the fotnre
marxei, ana ior oonon lor luiure aoii.oFj iu
'3 "l
AND-
NT. LOUS, MO.
:':u.rU al W.nk.tfi Rank .nH th
and Steam Fitting
40 Madison Stref
I3XJE3II,
EKTX1L DliLI I
Hardwan, Hollow-Ware and Castings
TO J. A. S1GNAIG0
BOLE AGENT FOR THB
FREGSI OYSTES1G
Alwya Full and Frcab.
Also Dealer in Fish, Game, Venison Steaks, Venison Hams,
Venison Koasts, Celery ana poultry, 2.10.
so-Free DollTerv to all part of the elly.-
TVTomrilllll. Tnun. MIM
B..j
c
MEMPHIS,
Tnx full rote cast at the late Missis-
uppi election with the exception of
Sharkey county has been returned to
the office of the Secretary of State at
Jackson, and foots tip as follows : For
Governor, Kobort Lowry (Democrat)
76,365; Ben King (Fusion) 51,303.
For Lioutenant-GoTernor, G. D.
Shands (Democrat) 78,241; James B.
Yollowly (Fusion) 50,151. For Secre
tary of State, Henry 0. Myers (Demo
crat) 78,531; J. J. Spollman
(Fusion), 49,021; for Treasurer, W. L.
Hemingway, (Democrat) 77,512; J. W,
Bynum (Fusion), 49,825; for Auditor,'
S. Gwin (Democrat) 77.989; A. T. '
Wimberly, Fusioo,49,59I;for Attorney
General, T. O. Catohings (Democrat)
76,803; Y7V F. Fitxgorald (Fusion) 50,-
139; for Superintendent of Education,
James A. Smith (Demoorat) 77,757
W. D. Howie, (Fusion) 50,lGl!
The mijorities are as follows:
Lowery'i majority over King, 25,001;
Shands' majority over Yellowly, 28,090;
Myors' msjority over Spellman, 29,510;
nemingway'a majority over Bynum,
27,717; Gwin'a majority over Wimber
ly, 28,398; Catching' majority over
Fi'igerald, 26,724; Smith'a majority
over Howie, 27,596.
The lecture last night by Mr. Freder
ick Douglass, on "Self-made Men," at
tho Greenlaw Opera House, was highly
entertaining and instrnotive, and was
attentively listened to by an intelli
gent audience, eomposed mostly of
colored people. There was, however,
a fair sprinkle of white citizens repre
senting both politioal parties. Mr.
Douglass is a man of fine prcscnoe,
easy manners, and has in an emi
ment degree all the elements of a great
platform leoturer. Recalling the ro
mantic and' rathotio aspects of hie
life and seeing tho man before a South
ern audience now in the lull power
and mellowness of a green old age, we
oan well understand the sway he ex
ercised over Northern audiences in
times past when he was looked
upon as tho typs ef a down
trodden race. His lifo, viewed
from any standpoint, is invested
with peculiar interest. Rising like
Saul of old, a head and shoulders
abovo his p ople, ho became their ad
vocate, defender ' and exponent.
Brought up under the most favorable
ooaditions and relations that could
exist under the slavery system ii an
indulgent Southern family, he learned
to read and write at an early ago, and
soon began to pine for freedom.
When prown ho mado bis cs-
cipo and was warmly welcomed
at the North and altorwarda in
England. Ho was not the first nor
tho last slave that escaped, bnt l.o was
the only 0110 that ever mado what
might bo called an enduring national
reputation. He has been a conspicuous
figure for thirty or forty years. His
writings and lectures in all that time
mark him cs a man of great intcllcctu-
ity, Ha was a powerful aoocssion
1 the old Abolition party.
id had the advantage of com
ing 10 contact with all
its ab!o leaders. From them he
learned the oulture, the mannerisms
and tho stylo which so distinguish him
now. He has enjoyed the confidence
and intimate association of such men
as Garrison, Wendell Phillips, Henry
Ward Beecher, Charles Sumner, Vice
President Wilson, Abraham Lincoln,
Andrew Jchcson and a host of others
whoso names will ever bo historic
There has arisen in this
country but ono Fred Douglas,
and he fills and will fill a large and
oonspicuoui niche in tho history ol
the times in which he lived. It can
not be said that ho dorives his strength
of character, hisequiposo and original
ity from the African race, nis mis
sion has been to aid in the emancipa
tion and the moral elevation of the
negro, but the fact remains that no
black man has dono such a work
Ex-Senator Revels, of Mississippi,
comes ncaror up to his intellectual
standard than any colored man we call
to mind at present. Mr. Douglas has
been fully recognized for his ability
and rewarded for his services. He has
ived to see some of the
race ne represents in uongress,
and all emancipated and made equal
before the law. He has held important
offices, and is in easy circumstances.
His lecture last night oontained very
little to stir up old prejudices, and
was full of sound thought, common
sense and good advice. Much that ho
said about the dignity and ncoessity of
labor should be laid to heart by
both white and blaek. There
cannot be anothor Fred Douglas,
but the humblest may learn lessons of
patience, determination and self-re
spect from him. He emphasized the
great home truth that work, and not
luck, is what makes men, and that
very considerable success may be at
tained without sreat natural endow
nients. I he very respoctful an
tender manner in which he spoke
of his old master, Captain Ault,
whom he visited in Maryland, two or
threo years ago, after an absence of
over forty years, was quite touching
and showed that his heart was stirred
by soft motnories. Ho said: "We
parted good friends, and Captain Ault,
has sinco gone to his long borne; I
shall soon follow." Thcro was some
thing iodiscribable, mournful, yet
boautiful, in thoso words as uttered by
this gray-headed, soft voiced old man,
Thoso who heard him will not soon
AUrtlQULTMRI,
TENNESSEE: FRIDAY
forget the well-weighed words that
fell from his lips. It is perhaps the
last as well as tho only time he will
ever appear before a Memphis audi
ence BY CABLE.
London November 25. A large
party of men armed and disguised
raided houses in Dublin county for
arms ; thirteen wero arrested, several
of whom have been committed for
trial. 1
Berlin, November 25. Sovoral
newspapers here state that at a Parli
amentary meeting yesterday Bismarck
observed that he apprehended no con
fliot with Reichstag during its present
sossion and did not contemplato the
bills announced in the Imperial mes
sage. He said those would not be
dealt with all at once. Considerable
time would be required to dispose of
them. If ho should be unabe to carry
out his projects he would confine him
self to foreign affairs and appoint a
Vice Chancellor for the House depart
ment. ,
London. November 25. It is
understood it is the intention of the
goverment to release 'all imprisoned
members of the IIouso of Commons
beforo the commencement of Parlia
ment, provided no reasonable conspira
cy exists, and tenants are "not intimi
dated from applying to land courts
The principal Irish judges strongly
deprecate any suspension trials by ju
ry. The Cabinet will probably meet
the first week in December, the date
of reassembling Parliament will then
be arranged probably for the 2nd of
January or the 9th of February.
A PariB correspondent says: A book
is being published entitled "The Real
Mission of Kings; by One of Them."
The King of Bavaria is credited with
its authorship. The book is very
sovcre on Bismarck. . It denonnocs
tho war of '70 as immoral and iniquit
ous and describes Bismarck as in
curable and inimical to kings and peo
ple.
The Tunisian troops encamped at
Zaghman have returned to Tunis.
Most of them will bo disbanded.
In' consequence of the increased
pressure of business in the Land
Court of Ireland, the government in
tends to appoint additional sub-corn
mifs'oners.
The Greek postoflico at Jarina bes
been foroibly closed.
The coroner's jury returned a ver
dict of wilful murder against sub
inspectors O'Brien and Bouchen, who
oommanded the police on the occa
sion of, the killing of Mansfiold at
Ballyragijct county, Kilkenny, on the
9th of October. Warrants for their
apprehension have been Issued.
The Weather.
Washington, Nov. 25. For Ten
nessee and Ohio Valley, warmer; south
to west winds; falling baromer and
fair woather. For Mississippi Valley,
rising temperature; falling, followed
by rising baromotcr; southwest to
northwest winds; partly cloudy
weather, and in the northern portions
light snow.
Ice.
Wilmington, N. C, November 25.
Tho ice is a half inch thick here.
Mayor' Day in Atlanta.
Atlanta, Ga., November 25.
The International Exposition has
designated Deocmber 9th as Mayors'
Day. Representatives from every oity
are expected.
JOIKMLISTH'.
Cyrus W. Field Buy the
Xew
1 orat LxprcwM,
Cincinnati Oonmercial Special.
New York. November 23. It was
announced to-day that the Evening
Express bad been sold to Cyrus W .
Field. A Tribune reporter called on
Field in the afternoon. In answer to
the question whether he had bought
tbe hxprcss, Dir. r leld said:
"Yes, I bought the paper yesterday,
I didn't intend that it should get out
.1 u -J 1 - - I : J
UlUUgU, BUU UUU b SCO IJUW lb U1U
But I haven t anrtlnnfr to say in re
gard to it, and don't propose to do so,
because it is a personal and private
affair of mine."
''Are you intending to unite the
two papers
"Yes." Tcnlicd Mr. Field.
"How can you unite tbe politics of
the papers?
"Well. I should think the natural
outcome of the union of a Republican
and Democratic paper would be an in-
depent paper.
"What general policy do you intend
to pursue
"I propose to have an alternoon pa
per that will contain news from all
parts of the world. The price of the
naner will be one cent, and it will be a
paper which I expect will be read at
very fireside, something, in fact.which
will meet the wants 01 the people
"Was any great amount of time ex
penned in coming to terms.'
JNo sir. Mr. rieid replied.
was a simple transaction between Mr,
Kelly and myselr. 1 ottered the
money, and Mr. Kelly accepted it."
It was learned that tho Mail an
Express would not be immediate'?
consolidated, but would continue inde
pendent of each other for a short
term. The Express is an Asooiated
Press paper.
The Rev. W. H. Milburn, so lone
and favorably known in the pulpit anu
on tho platform as the "Blind
Preaohor." has returned to New York
to tako up his residence in that oity
alter a long absence at tue Koutn.
V . 1. .
EVENING. NOVEMBER 25, 1881.
GDITEAFSSH0W.
An Interested Crowd, Com
posed Mostly of Fashion
able Ladies.
The Assassin Makes a ."Speech
from Manuscript.
He Only Did What the Papers Said
Ought to bo Done.
Nay the BTewKpapera and Doc-
torn Killed Ciarfleld.
rTasalftoConimwHioned by Deity.
Wasiunoton, November 25. The
Criminal Court was crowded in every
part this morning, mostly with ladies
for the most part representing the
fashionable circles of Washington so
ciety. Immediately ' upon opening
court Scoville stated that Guitcau do
sirod to make a statement. , No objec
tion being made Guiteau Tead from
manusoript substantially as follows
'I propose to have all the facta bear
ing on this case to go to the court and
jury, and to do this I have been forced
to intorrupt counsel and witnesses who
were mistaken as to supposed facta. I
meant no disoonrtesy them or to any
ono. Any fact in my career bearing
on the question of who fired that shot,
the Deity or myself, is of vital import
ance in this case, and I proposo that
it go to tbe jury, hence my personal,
political and theological record may
be developed, and I am glad that
Your Honor, , and opposing
counsel are disposed to give a histori
cal review of my life, and I ask tho
press and the publio to do likewite.
All I want is absoluto justice and I
shall not permit any crooked work. I
ave no idea that my cousel will want
crooked work. They are often mis-
aken in supposed facts, and I shall
have to correct them. Last spring
certain newspapers in New York and
V ashinglon were bitterly denouncing
e President for breaking np the
Republican party by improper appoint
ments. I would like those newspapers
to repett those editorials now and fee
how they would sound. In attempt
ing to remove the President I only
did what the papers said ought
be done. Since July
2d they have beon defying
the President and denouncing me for
doing tho very thing they said ought
to be done. I want the newspapers
and doctors who aotually killed the
President to share with me the odium
of his death. I never would have
shot him of my own volition, not
withstanding thoso newspapers, if I
had not boen commissioned by the
Deity to do the deed. But this fact
docs not relieve tbo newspapers from
the supposed disgraco of the Presi
dent's removal. If he had beon prop
erly treated he would havo been alive I
to-day. It has boen published that I
am in fear of death. It is false. I havo
always been a religious, Christian
man, and an active worker for God.
Some people think I am a murderer,
but the Lord docs not, for ho inspired
the act as in the case of Abraham and
score of other cases in the bible,
The assault mado upon me Saturday I
last by a crank has been condemned
by the press. The eyes of the civil-
ized world are watching this case, and
it behooves this court and the metre-1
politan police to proteet me at all
hazards., I hereby warn all cranks of
high or low degree to keep away from
mo under penalty of instant death,
He would have been shot dead
on Saturday last but lor the
rearing of the horses in the van as the
officer was shooting. The horses Bhook
the van so he lost his aim, and though
tbe van pursued him, he temporarily
escaped. I waste my argument on
cranks, and all they can see in this
case h a policeman's revolvor. Again
I say. if they value their lives they I
must keep away from me. I desire a I
court and jury to dispose of thia ease
on the facts and law, and leave all re
sponsibility about it to the verdict
Scoville then referred to his previ
ous demands for certain printed news
paper slips which were taken from
Guitean at the time of his arrest. A
colloquy ensued between the oounsel in
which considerable feeling was shown
on both sides. Bcoviue protested
against the course of the District At
torney in tho matter and the latter
contemptuously retorted from his seat:
"Oh, stuff, stuff; all stuff." The con
troversy was finally settled and Sco-
;il ll,.r! .Tn A 1 f J
,. V...V- . u6.u .u.
tense. ltness did not respond, bow
ever. Guitcau, who seemed greatly ex
cited, here broke in again and shout
ed: "There is another matter I want
to speak about right now, I under
stand tbat my divorced wife is to be
brought here as a witness agaiust mo
If that's so there will be trouble. She
was a poor unfortunate thing, and I
never should have married her. But
if she comes in here to testify
against me and do mo any harm,
I'll rip up her whole record. She
was seduced in Philadelphia and had
a child bfore I married her." With
great difficulty, Scoville after some
minutes' expostulation, succeeded in
quieting Guiteau. Two other wit
nesscs were oaliod, bnt tailed to re
JUJUJIU'HJI imil tb.
spond. Joseph B. Smith, of Free
port, Illinois, testified as to hisao-
quaintaintance with the Guiteau
family.
Hirer Telegram.
Caibo, November 25. Arrived
Carrier, from New Orleans at 10 p.m.
Scuddcr, from Ft Louis at 7 a.m,
Departed Carrier, for St Louis at
midnight, Anderson for Nashville at
4' a.m., U Bet for Vicksburg.
Louisville, November 25. The
river is rising, with 10 feet 8 inches in
the canal, and 8 foot 8 inches in the
ohute or falls. Weather clear and
oold. The Jim Wood, Bengal Tiger,
W. C. Geflrey, and Dick Fulton, with
tows of coal, have arrived from Pitts
burg. TniNKftGaVIXG.
How It XV Observed Here Yea.
terday.
The old Puritan holiday, first estab
lished by the early settlers away back
in 1C23, three years after the Plymouth
Rock landing, has beoome a national
affair, and was yesterday generally ob
served from the Atlantio to the Pacific,
and from the gulf to the northern
confines of the United States.
Here the custom had many thou
sands of observers. Any one who
cared to know how the day would be
spent, had only to drop into the places
where edibles were sold on Wednes
day evening. The game dealers had
their hands full making np packages
of oysters, celery, venison, ducks, tur
keys, "nd the many good things that
go to toward a bill of fare liked by
epicures or good livers. The market
was well supplied with an extended
variety of fresh game and oysters, and
prices were not excessive, hence a
good dinner yesterday did not cost
much more than it has in former
years.
In addition to tho extra spread at
private residencs, which, as before
remarked, was general, publio houses
had in many instances an extra repa-1.
Where ordinary lunches are usually
set, hot oyster soap and sliced tuikey
with oyster dressing and a hot potato
was served, while hot drinks, cheer
and conviviality ruled in all ciroles.
Though the doors of store houses
were generally cpen, no business of
importance transpired, and but few
people strolled the highways except
folks in neater attire than usual, and
the most of these seemed to be out for
exercise and to make calls on friends.
During the afternoon working people
enjoyed a rest. Many attended the
exercises at the skating rink, the the
ater had its share of amusement seek
ers, private residences gave dances and
merry makings, and all in all the day
was of pleasure to everybody. It was
especially so to the middle and
poorer olasses of the people, who,
by the way, enjoy a feast day
far more than those who are hampered
with a bounteous supply, and have
only dainty appetites to nibble over it
Even the poorer classes, whose purses
are stinted so that frugality is a matter
of necessity, enjoyed their turkey
dinner, and indulged in those merri-
mcnts usual on this feast day, at least
so far as heard.
Numerous people took trips out of
town. Some went on hunting tours to
Nonconnah bottom and elsewheie,
others left by steamer for up or down
the river, and still others passed the
day in the quietude of their family
circles, beforo a comfortable fire. The
day was unusually raw and wintry, the
thermometer hovering about the
freezing point even through the
warmest hours, and part of tho time a
dozen degrees below it.
Services were held at various
churches, and the religious ceremonies
were generally suited to the occasion,
All were well attended and the devo-
tional exercises were reminders of the
happiness we have and the debt of
gratitude we owe to the Almighty for
it. No event occurred to throw a
cloud upon the festival as far as has
been heard.
It may be well to men
tion that tbe hrst general
Thanksgiving Day ever proclaimed was
104 years ago, when Washington at
Valley Forge issued a call upon his
army and its friends to join in giving
thanks to, and asking the blessings of
the Great Giver of all good. The first
national thanksgiving was proclaimed
also bv Washington in 1789. While
the festival has lost sone ot the vigors
of its earlier history, it is now almost
universal throughout our broad land.
Clearinghouse Report.
Clearings. Balance!.
Friday, Nov. 25 $ SrVVon M t B,SM 75
Thus far this wek
Same time last week.
wet.4f.7 Ox Kl,814 SS
lll.'fiS 57 21.t710
Same time 180 1,045.13 84 173,709 75
DIED.
Ol'INLTN At rMidenoe. eomer Third and
Georgia, November "iuh.at 11:30 a.m .MiLLia
d, wii. oi in. n . iuiDim.
Funeral to- merrowlS ATURDAY) at 10 a.m.
Kvansville, Ind.. and JeDeraon. U.. nanera
picH.e cony.)
GERMAN CASINO.
rTlBF, ladies and gentl.men of th. Orpheus
A vino aro requested to attend a lull renear
sal this (FRIDAY) evening at 8 o'clock.
it. oiail Lttt, Director.
FRANCIS FEILIHG,
HaguracTuata or
BOOTS AND SHOES,
200 1-2 MAIN ST., Memphis, Ttna,
A perfect fit guaranteed.
Particular
attention paid to repairing.
17S
NO 74
Sheriff's Sale of Real Estate.
PUBLIC notice la horeby given, that by
rirtna of a writ of venditioni exponas,
to me directed from the Hon. Circuit L'ort of
Ehelhy county, Tenn., in th.caae of Pat Koper
rs. J G Fennesftey. judgment rendorcil hnt'nri
J. P. on the 11 111 day of June, l?7, for the
aum of ninety-en. dollar and eighty cents,
with Intereat and ent nt anil. La faiisfv uid
judgment, .to., I will, on
Saturday ,thi 17th day of Oecember.1881.
la legal honra, in fron ef th.eourthono, In
th. Taxing Diatrictof Shelby ponnty, Tenn.,
proceed I. (ell, to tbe hine;t bidder, lor eaah,
i. louowing ueicrtoea property, to-wit:
One-half inter.-t in county lot Ne lW.
block 51,en ea-t tide of DeSr.to treet. between
Linden and Beal ttrr.ta, in Tailng Di.trict
of bhelby county, Tenn , being WilW feet,
huwb i me Dr'ugeirennPFBy .sihih
Levied on aa the property of defendant,
John 8 r"enneaay, to aatiefy raid judgment,
intereat and coat.
aiompnia, 22d day of Jiovemb-r, IFST.
P K ATHV,
Sheriff Shelby Cuuty, Ten.
By A J Hahih, Deputy Sheriff. 74 m SS
Sheriff's Sale or Real Estate.
PUBLIC lotie. ia hereby given, that ky vir
tueof a Writ of venditioni RTimni'. tn m
directed from the Hon. Circuit Courtof Shelby
eonnty, Tenn. ,in tb. cane ol Thomat Marry vi
Rrirfret Rvan. iudrment rendered on th
27th day of April, ial, for the aum of forty
.ight dollar. (SM). with intercut and .out of
uit, to aatiaiy .aid judgment, .to., I will.
oa
Saturday, tbe 17th day of Dec., 1881,
In legal honrs, in front of the courthon-e, In
the Taxing Di-triot of Shelby cout tv, Tenr .,
piocMd to aell. to the bizhest bidder, for
eaah, the following deaoribed property, to
wn;
A lot nf land Ivlnr and hnln. In ftfcnlhv
count., Tonne.seo, and in that part of tb.
Taxing District or city of Mempbia known at
Chelae., being part of lot No 31 aa laid own
on tbe mip ot the eity ot Metnphia, now Tax
ing Dintrtct, between Mill and Greenlaw
-tret. frenttn. feet on the wcxt id nf
Second street, running back 14ti4 feet: and
alao the hon-. on aaid lot, laid h u-e being
numbered fS n l b-ina eanie bone bow M-nn.
Eied by Mra. Uridget Hy.n as a rcid-nce, it
eing aam. nroo.rtr heretofore levied on hv
attachment in thii cause.
Le led on aa tn. proper" f th. defendant,
Bridget Ryan, to satisfy aaid judgment
interest and costs.
Memphis, ftd day of November, 1881.
PRATHf.
Sheriff of Shelby covntv. Tnn
BvA JHinam. D. R. 7401
Watson A Malone, attorneys for p'atniiff.
Sheriff's Sale pf Real Estate
IJUBLI'J notVois hereby given, that by vir
tue of a writ of venditioni exoo-as. to me
directed frem the H t. C rc-uit Court
of Shelby count., Tenne-sxe, in the
c.e. of W T Jackson va. lhma P
Chambers, jndrment rendered on the 11th
aiy or June, ia, lor the um or ninety-one
doil.ra and eighty ceats (91.80) with interts
and costs of guit, to aatUfy said judgment
etc., I will, on
Saturday, the 17th Day of De-., 1881,
in legal hours, in front of th. courthouse, in
the Taxing Distr ct of rtioit.y county Tenn.,
proceed to sell to the highest b dder for cash,
th. fo lowing desoribed property, to-wit:
vu, uauiviuri oau interest in 'eveni.eo
aces of land lying and ten. in theSrcnt
Uiiil Di trict of Fhelby cou ty. ad boupdrd
a foll.wa: On the ror'h by Ti ton county
lin. iouth by B Hodges, t bv John nod
son and B S Uodgw, w.t by J ires tmitli
Levied a a- th. r-r perty of dendant,
Thomas P Ch-mbars, to sati ly said judg
ment, interest ai,d costs
Slemphia, 2d duy of Xorcmher, lS1.
P R ATHY.
Sheriff of Shelby county. Ten.
By A J Hiama i) H. 74SOP6
Attachment Kotite.
Before D C Slaughter, J P. for Sheiby county,
Tenn. Campbell A Co vs. Fannie Rouse.
IN this cans, an attachment havipg been
sued out nndei section 3-5 of the Code ol
Tennesson, sod retimed levied opon th.
property of the defendant, by gnrnii-hment,
and affidavit having been made that defend
ant is indebted to th. plaintiff in th.
sum of eighteen d'-liars and twelve cents, due
by account, and that th. o'aim is just,
and tbat th. defendant ia a non-resident of
the Stat, of Tennessee, it is tberefo-e ordered
that sa-d defendant make her personal appoar
anc. before me on ih. 21 day of January,
1X82. ai 12 o'clock m.. at my office, No. 9
M allium street, Memphis, Tenn., and defend
said attachment suit withii th. time pre
scribed by law, or the sam. will be proceeded
with ex-parte; and that a copy of this order
be published one a wo.k for four weeks in
the Publio Ledger.
This the 25th day of Vovemb'r,
74 806 92 JCSLAI (JUTKR, J. P.
ASSIGNEE'S SALE
er
Fine Wines,Wliisky, Brandies
AND CIGARS,
OF G. BAUM & CO..
356 Main Street,
At Greatly Reduced Prices, for Cash.
7197 A.RF.ESSiEI., AftMls-new.
BARGAINS !
fl'e are In receipt of another new
line of CAB PET. einprlnlng
all the luteal dtHigns which we
are oflerina; at price to ault the
times.
OI K BEDROOM SET are con.
aidered the greatest bargain
ever offered to the Memphis
trade.
We desire to call special atten
tion to onr CASE-SEAT ( HAIRS
that never iail to sell after being
examined and priced.
Oar WINDOW Mil IDES are
marvels ot beunty, and we only
ask an Inspection ofthem before
purchasing; cl.sewherc.
Remember, the place to gtt
Bargains In Furniture and Car
pels Is al
Riley Bros. &Baer's
340 r.1ain Street,
Near Union, : Memphis, Tenn,
IIXTVI.'O
To the Elite of Memphis
MONS. A. MOREL,
Dermatologist!
fOW stopping at Gaston's Motel, remove.
Il tn.tunrlw .nd n.rm.nHll. -
ifair. Freckles Wa-ts Moles, llirth Murlif.
or any delect in the skin, highest city rt-lcr
ences on application.
A - S lAll I. f-kln haant fieri, hsiii.
made white, fingernails almoial-'haoed and
lose-tinted, and all ailments of tb. tut 1
treated. .
r-peeifiee sent to any part of Ihe world.
Verotanentiv located : Milwaukee. Vi U .
P. O. Host isOft, which will receive pr. u.i t
attention. t'
GEORGE W. TURNER,
Carpenter and Builder
Shop In Rear of Hotel Claren Joi
a-8r.eial attention to Job Work. 6
Shirts
AND
UNDERWEAR
Made to Measure!
MAY
THE SHIRT TAILOR,
269 1-2 Main, Opp. Court Square
Perfect Pit
and Satisfaction
War-
ranted.
MATERIAL AND MAKE MB DEBT.
Msy'g Medicated Flannel Underwear
Prevents Chilli and Rheumatism.
Thw Uncut and I.nrce.f
rnU' Farnlahluifa la II
Mock t
he Mouth at
- ncri,
A. J. ENSEL,
33oal Eftroot.
04
Dealer la stoves aa4 rurnUure,
tlneenawarsj. Tinware, Glaaawara
nd General Aswortmenf ol Good.
178
MRS. C. H. FITTS
BE.08,,,",t0Pt'fl'th. public that Prof.
Anton btr.leiky will tnie charge of tho
Zaire de",tm,Ilt of h'r frivate Conserva-
I'fcRMS-Claaa leisons, t6 per n-onth. Trl
vate lessons. tU per m.nlh. fS91
Dividend Notice.
,, Omcg or 1
MgrHi Cut Fug id OgsgAi, Ins. Co.,.
19 Maoisos HutHT. I
A Maurnis, Txsk., November , l.Vtl.
I im1.t!Jn 0 ,hc Bo"'1 of Directors,
held this day, a
Dividend of Five (S) Percent
on th. capital stock waa daclared and ordered
to be credited on tbe stock rotes of the Com
pany. By order of the Board.
H M AI'PKKSON, ProjUent.
BT J Lvs. Cashier. eU5
ELIAS SHAUL
Cleaning, Dyeing
And Repairing Establishment
406 affAIHT STREET.
A LL work done nevtly, in first, clnu style
r and at lower riros than eltevliero. &at
isfartmn guarantee! in all cases,
swrilending and cleaning furs a specialty.
tO 75
SPECIALNOTICE.
To Country Merchants
TDK close condition of things brings a gen
eral purp,.e on the part of A- hFL L
COUNTRY MERCHANTS o make special
exert-ona in th. purchase of their winter sup
plies. Appreciating and commending tho w's lora
of tb i. policy, we have, IN OKDKR 'O FliL
Li VF.K I' IT. suppli-d ouroelves with a SU
HKRB tiTOCK of s-ieh STAPLhS as aro da'ly
needed byTIIB WOHKIN'i l'K IM.K of the
countrv. Merchants, therefore, IVUu H A K
CtSllTOSPfcN'D.ara confidents invited to
look in npon he UNUSUALLY Hue Block
NOV opening by us to furnish th. couunu
holiday wants.
wra. R. MOORE & .C0,
Wholesale Dry Gooch Notions
AND MEN'S FURNISHINGS,
No. 39G Main St.. Memphis, Tnn.
66 91
J.
C. OATES & CO.
COMMISSION.
New & Second-Hand Engines,
Boilers, Pumps, Belling,
Gch and Kteam ripe and Fittings
No. SIO Front Street.
nrAll kinds seoond-hand machinery bought,
sold .nd exchanged 47 72
S. H. Dumscoub,
President.
F. M.
W. B. (sALBBJtlTH.
Vice-President,
KiLSug, Eec'y.
OF MEMPHIS, TENN.,
No. 22 Madison Street.
mim;,r.9
8. H. DUNSCOMB, W. B. OALBREATU.
W.B. MALLORY, R. L. COCH KAN,
L. HAXAIKR, N. FONTAINK,
J.H.lIcDAVlTT, A.VACCARO,
JtlEBKUCK. IH
Bluff City Terra CottaWerks
JAMES STEELE,
.MAXVFACTUBKR OF ALL KINDS OF
Sowor Ilioo
Stone Jugs, Jars, Churns, Etc.
SHELBY St., bet South and Georgia.
NEW GOODS!
Onr Fall and Winter stork ol
Boots
AND
Shoes!
Ilnvebeesa received and la are.
end aoas lis style, snake,
quality or fheapatss lu itrlre.
ALL OUR GOODS ARE NEW
AND FRESH 1
John Condon
220 Kain, Cor. Adams.
finals anil Stine. mad. l
orVler nnd fit ...
. iua a aim iv
Stoie
ai Furnitnre
Hernando Ins
i
TryM
cKee
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hirtjs, No. 294
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