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ItWUUl its SSTAI1.
and S BCAL IT.
Steamboat Trad tollcltad.
Fresh VU of til kinds. Choice Uame,
'uh, Oysters and Poultry,
loeb & noo:;,
MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE, MONDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 31, 1883.
. J335 MAIN St.
100 Smoking Jackets
B. Lowenstein & Bros
Ex 8. 8. "Lisbon" from
B. J. Semmes & Co
J O NKKLY
18 H BROOKS
BROOKS, NEELY & CO.
Grocers, Cotton Factors and
367 Front Street, - Memphis, Term
J K GODWIN,
and Commission Merchants,
336 Front, St.,. cor Union, Memphis, Tenn.
H. M. FERGUSON, with
J. T. LaPRADE & CO
Saddles, Harness, and Collars,
And Dealers la
SADDLERY HARDWARE and LEATHER
Nos. 301-303 Main street, Memphis, Tenn.
A. VACGARO & CO.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
WINES," LiaUORS AND CIGARS,
No. 278 Front Street,
HILL, FONTAINE & CO
; Cotton Factors
. - AND -
293 and 293 Front St.,l 116 South Main St
A D LANGdTAFK,
A X NIKMBYER,
No. 302 Main Street, Memphis,
Ollver'e Chilled Plow,
A H LIVERMORK. President
The LIVERM0KE FOUNDRY & MACHINE CO
House Fronts and Building Work, Railroad Work,
Steamboat Work, Engines, Sawmills. Steam Pumps
Peace Rnnrto Pins, and Fittlnns. Cotton PrBSSBS.
Gin Gearing, Plantation Work, Iron and Brass Castings,
And Everything In thw Line). Sand for Catalogue,
160 to 174 ADAMS ST. Memphis, Tenn.
as, as. I.KAt'll. SSeoeral Aceat Bad Wolleltor.
CUTLERY, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS &u
Duildcrs1 Hardware and Tools.
OI HAM NTBEET, (Belweea Adnata and Washington,) Stetnphls.
H M NEELT
L D ni'LLINR,
A. B. AEO
NT. I-OCM, MO.
M D PATTERSON
Hall's talea, noalen,
II A TATUM, Bec'j and Treasurer
A popular ticket to fill the pUoet
to become vacant in tbe Board oi Pub
Ho Worki would b Mr. Henry Mont
gomery, Mr. T. J. Graham and Gas.
R. F Patterson. The throe gantle
msn named are not anxious lor offioe,
but if invited, it it understood, they
will do tho eity faithful asrvioj. All
three are honorable, honest and eapa
ble, and as 'there would be no politios
in luoh a tioket, any and all Totera
eould eupport it heartily and without
resorption Mr. Graham ii a ruai
dent of Chelsea, and a Front Row
buiinesa man of intelligence and
good Handing. The enterprise and
indomitable energy of Mr.Montiomery
ia too well known to require review,
while General Patterson if a clever
gentleman who oommandi the rcspeot
and good will of all who enjoy hie
acquaintance. The trio od one tioket,
would hardly hare opposition, or if
any were attempted, it would be of a
very feeble description. Let those
who have the good of tbe oily, and the
perpetuity of the present municipal
system at heart, bring oat the persons
named Their nomination will be
equivalent to an election.
Miss Jennie Jones, a moste:timi'
Die young lady, well known and a
great favorite in Memphis society, is
to be married to morrow evening,
January 1, 1881. at the residence ot
her parents, Mr. and' Mis. Oharlus
Jones, 456 Vanoe street, to Mr. Sam
uel Mudge, a yonng business man of
New York City. The ceremony will
be performed by the venerable Rev.
Dr. Qeorge White, of Calvary oburcb.
Owing to the serious illness of Mr
Jones it will ba a very qui et affair,
onlya few particular friends of tie
family being verbally invited. E very
body noarly in Memphis knows Mini
Jennie. She grew up to womanhood
here, and inherits the sterling qualities
and good sense of her father and
mother, who belong to the solid and
worthy class of people who built
up Memphis. Tbe engagement was
contracted some time ago, while Miss
Jennie was pursuing her musical stud
iea in New York. Mr. Mudge has
been here before, and made a very fa
vorabfe impression upon those who
have met him. The marriage, a real
love matoh, will enlist tbe interest
and evoke the earnest good wishes of
hundreds of our best people.
The lamp ot the old year has burned
down to the sooket, and there is barely
enough of the wiok left to last uUil
mWoight. For three hundred and
ty-five days it has burned for all,
giving light to the living and the dy
ing; tbe happy and sorrowing; the
children of pleasure and tbe mourners
that go about the street. It has light
ed hovel, but " cottage, mansion and
palace; has given the coloring the
lights and shadows of life to many a
joyous gathcring;to '. Irths and marriage
feasU; to funeral processions; to bappy
households; to stricken heart?; to
successful and unsuccessful efforts in
the everydiy afiairsj'of a busy world,
and its fitful clow has fallen upon
the whole road from tbe baptismal
font to the mound, the board or tbe
slab that covers the remains of old ige
and decrepitude committed to hi last
resting place in tbe bosom of mother
earth. Tbe record ia made up, each
day is full of the poems and tragedies,
the hopes and disappointments of 'hu
man life. The old year, like all things,
must come to an end. Some whose
cup of joy and prosperity is full
would not have it eome so soon unless
assurod that the oup would continue
to run over; for others, weary and
heavy laden and full of sorrow, it oan
not oome too soon; and there are some
who scarcely oare whether they live to
see the year out. Tbe past for them
is dotted with little headboards that
they would gladly have uprooted
from memory, and tho future promises
but little better. The most of us,
however, have cause to rejoioe and be
thanklul, and probably have been
blessed far more than we deserve. It
ii profitable to look back upon tuoh
day; to recall the heart history the
friendships, the mistakes, the errors,
tbe pleasures, the disappointments and
the griefs of the year that we may
profit by experience and father wis
dem and strength for the days and the
trials of life yet in store for us. Time
is valuable only as we use arid turn it
to good aooouot. Some live to be old
and die onhonored. Others are noted
for goodness and usefulness at an early
age. Solomon said that if a mai have
an hundred children and live many
years, and that the days of his years
be many and his soul ba not filled
with good, he had bettor nevor have
been born. This is a suitable time
of year t) read the Proverbs of
Solomon and the Book of Hy
lesiastes. It is a good time to square
op acoounts with conscience as well
as with men, and to resolve that the
next year (D. V.) shall be better than
the one drawing to a olose. To-uight
at 12 o'olook old 1883, all griiily and
gray, like Spenoor'i shepherd "great
in gree," will hand over his portfolio
and keys to young and vigorous 1834,
and vanish forever. The year will be
gone out the record will not. It will
remain to bless or to haunt us accord
ing to the laws of justioe and mercy.
The Lipoer wishes its readers and
all mankind, old and young, gwo
and gay, a well spent, happy New
X oar, and many nappy returns.
Senator Logan' tioiue Lite,
The Illinois Senator lives tlii) win
ter in the same place that he has
made his Washington home for so
manvvoara. Although somewhat con
tral and convenient, the house doos
not stand in the fashionable quarter
of the oity, as those boundaries have
lately been drawn, and there is noth
ing imposing or ostentatious about the
establishment. Mnoe tbeir reocnt vis'
it to New Moxico. Sonator and Mrs,
Logan have aoouraulatad quantities of
Navajo and .unt blankets and pottery,
and many ladian curiosities with
which their rooms are dooorated. ror
tierers of Navajo blsnkots are hung
at the doorway, and bright oolored
Zani blankets are tnrown over tbe
ohoirs and solas, and other speoimens
of aborginal art lend to the odd ool
lection. Largo photographs of Presi
dent Arthur, Uen. Grant and others
are on the walls, and flowers eontin-
uallv perfume the air. No other of
ficial of the same station and promi
nence lives as simply as Senator Lo
gan, and, with all tbe increasing con
sideration and sooial importance, be
hasnol altered hit style of living.
MEW YEAH ( ALU.
Where Visiters Will be atecelvid
Tho following U a list of residence,
where receptious will be held to-morrow :
Ueddonue of I. N. 8nowden, 19a Vance
street. Reception, 6 to Vi p.m. Mrs. I.
N. Snowden, assisted by Mrs. John W.
Cochran, airs. Eli Rayner, jr, nee Olie
(Iroenlaw; Mi Alice Snowden, Lula
Jonei, Lizzie McClelland, Ida llarrMgh
Annie Pulton, Lottie M:Cl.'!lnd, Clara
Duanavin, Maggie Poaton, Carrie Kara
boo, Puttie Sledge of Coino, Mis., Louise
and Uoru Menuel of St. Juv'ph, Mo.,
Anuio Heawright of Pittsburgh After B
orloclc. Misses Annie tluli and Katie
.. At the residence of James Lee, jr., 117
Adams street Mrs. Jam Lei', assisted
by ltr. rJarah Coibet, Misses Jennie
Camp, Muhie Fontaine, Florence Toof,
Laura Leath, Sallie Brown, Lottie Gallo
way, Maggie Truadwell, Ida Bruce, Kosa
and Hullie Lee.
At E. M. ApMrsnn'a, corner of Wol
linirton and Linden street.. Mrs. Kenne
dy. ajtsinLMl bv Mrs. MimmIv. M iurai Ji.
sie Branch, Kva Kennedy and .Lizzie
At J. C. Noely's, 3i Adams street.
Mrs. J. C. Neely, assisted by Mrs. H. II.
Brooks, T. H. Milburn and M. P. Win
ston, Misses-' Louise Milburn, Bettie
Looney, Louue tineed, C arrie Jones, Fan
nie llutvhett, Maude Milburn, Marie K.
Brown and l'earle Keelv. "
Residence of Mrs M. J. Ward, 270
Keale street rroinb until 12 p.m. Mrs.
M. J. Ward, assisted by Mrs. Frayser
Hoist, Misses FMayford of Pennsylvania,
Atierbat'kot tit. Paul, Ualbrnath, Mamie
MuClollan, (irosvenor. Miulgo Bruce
Residence of J. T. Pettit No. SG3? Bnale
street Mrs. J. T. Pettit, assisted by Mrs.
Geo. Markham and'Uulph Wormehy,
Misses Anna and Lula Patterson, Loura
Proudllt. Laura Randolph. Annie McNutt
Mattie titration, Annie Bowdre, Jennie
Frayser, Maggie Rogers, Jennie and Lit
Residence of J. M. Gregory, No. 2H8
Vanoe St. Mrs. J. M. On'jrory, assisted
by Mr. Mistern Parker, Walter Gregory,
Misses Kllon Shanks, Ellen Edmonson,
Mattie Hloval, Bettie Gregory, Ida lar
nigh, Annie bearifrht, Annie Hall.
Reiidonca of Hon. Jacob Thompson
ilti Lauderdale tit Mrs. Jacob Thomson
assisted by Mrs. W. J. Crawford, Mr,.
Pinson, Misses Marie Bmwn. Mamie
Seaile, Io. rjemmos, Olivia P. Hill, Kva
Meritt, Miss Kirkman, and by Miss But
tle Looney, the later alter V o'clock.
ftuBtlay Nlghl'i Dlaputcbes.
New Orleans, Deeember 30 Ar
rived: New Mary Houston from Cin
cinnati. The Future City and barges,
from St. Louis, will arrive during the
Vicksburg, December 30. Arrived:
Golden Rule, 5:30 p m, Cincinnati.
Departed: Wvoming 6 pm, New Or
leans. Rain fall from 11 last night to
6 p m, 4J inohes.
Wheeling, W. Vs.. December 30
River 11 feet and f alii 5g slow; warm,
Cairo, Deoember 30. Arrived: Suc
ocss, Ohio river 9 p m; John A Scud
der, New Orleans 2 am; B. S. Rtua,
Nashville 5 pm. Departed: Port
Kads, below, midnight; U. P.Schenok,
New Orleans 2 pm. Kivor 32 feet H
inohes, and rising. A light raiu all
Evansville, Deoember 30. To night
the river is still rising, with 38) feet
on the gauge a rise of 1 foot 410
inohes during the last 24 hours. It
rained hard nearly all day.
Cincinnati, Deoember 30. llivor 43
feet 3 inches and failing. The weath
er is moderate, with a dense fog every
where since the middle of tbe after
noon. St. Louis, December 30 No arri
vals or departures. River rose 2
inches, with four feet on the gauce.
It wis clear and pleasant during tae
day, but raining to night.
Louisville, December 30 Arrived
and departed: Cons Millar Cincinnati
to Memphis. River falling with -i
I tot in the canal and 2 feet less on the
The ri'BLIC LEDGER Bindtry
and Job Printina Office it now located
at 11 Union ttreet and ready for all
DUisolatlon of Part uerahip.'
THE partnership h.ratofor. existing be
twe.n Sam U. Dunavaot and Thomas J,
Kaaihsrt, Kailroad Contractors, is this day
aisiolT.tl by mutual agTMinent. Thomas J,
Rembert Is authorised to sstUs th. busiusn of
ths.old Arm, collsot all d-btj and assume- all
its oblisations. BAM 1) DIN AVANT,
Msmphls, Tenn., Use, 1, Mill.
BY virtu, of the authority of law lu m.
voted. I will, oa th. first Thursday aft.'
th. first Monday ia January nut, same beiot
KUh day ol Jaaoary, ISM,
open and hold aa .leetloa Id all th. wards of
theTasina Distrlot of bhelby county, lor on.
member ot me Hoard of r ir. and rollc. com
missioners, end for tw. members of lb.
Iloald of Public Works: and alto for three
School Commissioners for said Tasini Dis
trict to serve tor tn. term ol two years, ana
for two School Commissioners to serve for
T L . I - OA.1. 1 - I T - L IH.
x in. iuv u.a nay ei n.nuii.r, ir-ri.
112110 W. U.CANNON,
Sheriff Shelby County.
Memphis isd Arkansas City Packet Peot
Lines u. 9. miii,
For Pine Bluff and all way landing", eoaceet-
irg at fine Dion wita root Lineiwamers
for Little Rook and all points above
Steamer Ida Darragh,
E B Saith, master. A Banksmlth, elerk.
Lmtm erery WBDNK9DAY. at 8 p.m.
Steamer Joe Peters,
J A WlUlami, master J 11 Thompson, clerk
Leaves every SATURDAY, at 6 p m.
for freight or pairs go apply on board or U
Jou( N HiRiiw, bup't Main it
II O LQwK. Agent, font Jeffevn t. .
SherlfTi Sale of Real Estate.
PUBLIC notlo Is hereby glren, that by
I virtue of an execution io me directed
iVrim Lh lion. Channarv Ceurt of Davidaoa
county, Tenn.. in th ets of Sarah S
Williams ts John Murray etal Judgment ren
dered on the dajr of , for the sum of
ten mousena aigai Dunureu ton uuy eivav
dollars, with interest and ousts ol suit.
t satisfy said Judgment, eto.s 1 will, on
TaetUr, Jannarj 22. ISHI,
In legal hoars, In front of the eourthoue. In
the lazing Dlitriot of bbelby county, lean,,
nrAKMil IO All. VO mm DlK QOasj DlUUBr.
for oaah, the following described property, to-
Situated, lying and being In county of
Shelby, btateol Tennessee, being ti l, .
6,7, 8. l 10, 11, IS, UU,lfl,17, H. IV, -JO
Al ana ifi, in biook on; aio ion t, o, o, i,
u A .nl l.l..h til ... . I... 1 win
10, U. 12, U 1. 16, 18. IT, 1H, 19 and 20, and
also lot 5, in block 62, and alio on lots from
1 to W inclusive, in bleok also on lots Hot.
1 to 7 Inclusive, and lot U0 end lots
20 to 33 Inclusive In block 66,
And tho lull 1. x. 5 and 6 In b!ok 67: alio
a lot on th south s:il of Gains street, next
north of J K Bell's. H acres between line of
Sixth an! (Seventh streets, being 6i 1 10 feet
north and muth bv 510 feet seat and west. All
ei said lots and blocks beiag situated In th it
part ot Mem p tit I, or laxtng Lhairioi 91 PfM
by oounty, known a Fort Pickerm
l.visil on ftj tha DronertT ol defendant.
John U Wlllliams, to satisfy said judgment.
interest and cost.
aUemphia, 2ih day of December.
102 1M114 PherifTnf9h"niT cnnnty.Tenn
No. M8and 131, R D-In the ChanceryCourt
of stbeiby county, icon, me Mete ot ion
neae lur its own use, etc., vs James E
DHUrd et al.
1 T arpearinr from the bill whleh Is sworn to
t, in tnn eue tnai toe aeronuani, n ts J
ooby, la a rendnntuf the btate of ('hio and
non-resident of the Mat ot Tennessee, and
it further appearing herein t at busan Dent
is not to be found in his county,
It is therefore ordered tbat they make their
appearance herein at the cutbouaof Hhelty
oounty, in Memphis, Tenn., on or before the
first Monday in February, lNKt, and plead,
answer or demur to complainant bill, and
Cititions filed herein, or th earn will be
ken for confuted aa to them and let for
hearing eg par let and that a copy of this order
be published one n week for four suooeesive
weeks in th Vubllo Ledger,
Ibis Hit day of December, 1883,
A,, P, attest. KJBUCEi0dBi
Pr JM BrsJIsv. U Ce.iJ M.
Tavlor a Carr.U, 0 W ll.lskell, sol's for
tot loe m m
No. 6oH. B-Cb.tMry Court of Shelby oa-ty-W
U Uraai .1 aire Joba B Dancaa
.v . -r l-.-.l... . Jurti fnt
Ki . 1 1 tua vi m ii iw. .u. " ' . -sale,
entered ia th. abov. cans, oa the
k day ef Ueocinber. law, a l ei. r .,
I will sell, at po lo auction, to the hltbMt
bidder, ia front of tbe Clerk end Maewr l
office, courthouse of Shelby eoanly.al.Bphlt.
Balatday, January S8, ISHt,
with. Im.1 bnnre. the foltowlBt described
property, sitoated ia eity of Memphis, bbelby
county, Tenneue.. to wit:
Beini orisioally acres i roods end 10
poici, lose I aoiei on is.
Kalfiih bsrics". trart conv.jed utl Cole
man by deed Auvusttf, ls'O, recorded ia book
U, pp 34l-:2, Resistor's office, ssld county
and -Hat; sem. oonreyed by EL Smith to
J W Harrison recorded in book 76, pp sll
372. eaid Kesieter's office: book S5, p 30, by
reference toad'ere io Chaooery at alesB-
Shis ia ease of K Sanderiin et al ts W ban
erliu et al, of record in eaid Keilster s
office, book 32, pp Mi-6, girinc minute de
scription of id 201 acre. In two tracts, as
(allows: One tract, 201 acres 3 roods and lb
poles, .ranted to Neilon Panderlin by Sute of
Tennessee by (Irani He 25 10 la Shelby county.
Tennessee, B 704, .nd bounded as follows:
lies ins at aa elm marked Ii W O, runs .N IS
shains to a stake ia Wolf river; thence K 12
chains to a beech marked W 8 to the S W
corner of Ssnderli.'s37.t4 acre tract; thence
N IS chsins to the N W corner ef same; thence
W 3 chains 4 links to a whit, oak marked i
IIW freeman's 8 W corner of bis kuO acre
tract; thence N with the W boundary of seme
24', chains to a black oak marked U W Ol
thene. W 3e chains to a sweet sum pointer
marked B L; thence with Graham's line
ohains, In all ftf SO ICO chains, to a hickory
maikrd W L; thence N W corner of bsnle
lin's 140 acre tract; thence K crossing Wolf
riser at 13 chains, in all 27 chains, to the be
flnnint, includmf in th. surrey U6S acres
answorini U Ursnt 211)0 The 'other tract
.ranted to Wilson Sanderlin by :he State of
Tennessee by Urant U.tH In Mhelby county,
R 703, and described. as bet-inalnc at a stake
ia b W corner banderlin's !'l4 acre trect
runs N with the S huundary line ef bis tS
acre tract 0S4-1OO ohains lo a suke, the H W
oorner of his S S-10 acre tract; thence 9 St
lOUahains acr.is Wolf river to Ice Ureenlaw
tract; thenc W with the north boundary
lino of earn, to tbe betianins, These two
tracts ooiubincd. less th. 7 acre. abor.
named, mekint 1V7 aores-
TermsjLf Sate One-third cash, balance la
S aad 12 months, purchaser executing n jtes
bearing interest with security; lien retained;
This December 31. 1883.
ft. J. BLACK, C. aad t.
By Qeo Msllery, l. C. and at.
Taylor A Carroll, K B Mcilenry, solicitors
It r2 I 2
ism n f
No. .600 R. Chncry Court of Shtlby foua-ty-The
S'M of Tenn.M for ill own ds0,
BY virtue of tn inUrlocntorr dcre for in It,
nttrcti in th bvt umi od tho 5th
day of July, lb&, H Ii t4t, I will lell.
at public met .on, to th hirbtit bidder, in
front of the clerk and mvtor'i office oourt
houn of bhelby county, Mmphii( Teonef
MuturdB, lebroarj 2, 1SSI,
wlth'n legal hour, the followioK deirribd
property, situated in city of Memphil.tibelby
eouuty. 'ienoesaee, to wit:
Lot 40 1, on the eaet lide of Third itreat, 37x
143 feci; r-ld ei the property of J W,
and Fannie 11 Pare, John K Cat and Nfiiie
Paste.' C MoUlure aid the Security iluildinf
ana Loan Aafociatioa.
Termaof eala On a credliof wren monthi,
porchaier to eieout note with iocu
rity; lieu retained and rodemption barrtd.
Toil December 31, 1W.
H J BLACK. Clerk and Muter.
By J M Uradley, D. U. A M.
WMBtnith. KUUeiikell. O W HeUkell,
Qantt k Patterton and Wrifht, JToike t
Wriht, ioi'1. 101 10
Kebeea l.owentftln vs. Hie biih
lompau; et nU
U NDKR a decree In thli cam made De
cember 31. inn,, I will ll at public nue
tion.in front of the oourtuoiue, in Mempbii,
Nalnrdajr, JMnonrj S. 1VH1
a lot on north tide of New Haleirh road
at inteneotioD of (Sample avenue, oontaioini
ereral acrei and fully deioiibed in tbe deed
to the Miaiiiaippi Valley Ini, Co., in book
1M, page 471. on thii lot ii a houie oentiin
ini five or ii rfomn.
Ter mi of bale Credit of leven month,
note bearing intereet from date of ialt with
personal lecurity, and deeila to be eieculed
hy the receiver retainiog Hen. Hedeuyiion
barred. . A. UA IUHKIT. Kecelver.
buaitli A Collier, JBClouin, L et B Uh
iniii, h w Hnrnw. Crixft A Cnnpr,Atty lw6
No 49J7-In the Chancery Court of 6helby
County, Tenneise Z H Ettel et al ti
Tbemu B Todd et al.
J T appearing from affidavit In th is can
tbat the riefauuU, Ihcioa39 Tod 1 nd
W Harris ar non-reiidenti of the State
It ii therefor ordered that they make
their appearance herein, at the courthouse ol
HSelby ooonty in Memphii, TmneMe, on or
befere th nnt Monday in February. JHfci,
and plead, answer or demur to com plain
ant bill, or the ram will be taken for
eonfewed aa to them andiet for hearing ei
parte, and thai a copy of this order he
published onoe a week, for four loooetilve
weeks, in th Fukllo Ledger.
This list day of Deoemuor, IbSd.
A oopy -Attest:
R.J- BLACK. Clerk and Hatter.
By J M Bradley. DC.tM.
stlalon at rt alien, sols for complainant
wz m 114 K
No.45W-In the Chancery Court of Itaelby
county, xenn lit elate ol J ennesren for
Its own use. ete. vi Ue unknown bo in of
It appearing from bill, which Is sworn to
tn this cans, that th namee and nlsvee of
residence of the heirs of Littie Gordon are
aoknewn and cannot be ascertained atter
It is tbe re I ore ordered thtt they make
their appearance herein, at th courthouse
of bhelby oounty, In Memphis, Tenn., on
or beir tne nrit Monday in lebraary, uum,
and plead, answer or demur to oouipUiuaul
bills and petitions filed herein, or the same
will be take for confessed as to them and set
for hear in a ex Dart: and that a tour ol Ibis
order b published onoe a weeks lor four Q)
efir week, in thePatilio Ldvr
mis list day of ueosmber, lbtti.
A oopy Attest:
R J BLACK, Cterk and Master.
By J M Bradley. D, C. AM.
Tavlor A Carroll and C W Heikell. e..la
for complainant. 10J h)i 1U 12D
5r. iVfla th Chancery Court of Shelby
oounty, ienn.ibe otHt or ienneSKe for
its odd nae. etc tiHN Hester et al.
t appearing from Sherifl'a return hetein
in this cause that the defendant!1, R N
ester. James Hester and Isaiah bteuhenson
are not to be found ia h:s county.
Itiatbereforeordered that they make their
appearance herein, at the courthouse of Shel
by oounty, la Memphis, Tenn-, on or before
theflrstmenday in February, 18a4, and plead,
answer or demur to complainant bill and
petitions nied berein.or tbe same will be taken
for confessed as to them and set forbearing ex
parte, and that a copy of this order be pub
lished ono a week, for four luooesaife wreks,
in the Pnbllo Ledger.
Tala,;ilst day or Deoember, W9
A oopy Atteat:
ROBBRTJ BLACK, C and U.
By J M Bradley, U C and M.
Tavlor A Carioll. C VY Uei.kell. .Ia for
eoicplalnant. 102 104 114 120
Adiulnltilrator'fl Ho life.
TTAVING Qualified as admlniitrAtor of
It jrnnin. urate, deceased, an parties
owing or having claim airiinst hia estate are
notified to oome forward and settle, and
those having olatms to present them within
tbe time preformed by law.
. Administrator of t N Cruie, lr'd.
Poston Postun. Attorneys. W 13
laying Just returned from New YoTk,
wher we bought a very ta't tine of goods
from th as i Knee of one of the la if si I Dor
ter and manulartureri of illincrj Hotd.w
are enabled to offer the same at
FIFTY CENTS ON THE DOLLAR
of th regular price.
AT HALF PRICE.
This Is n rare opportunity. Doa't lose th
P. F. HOPKINS & CO.,
tv) Hula, itfNt. ftntt foift H.nwrf
Real Estate Agent,
No. 287 Main St.
Fronrt stter.Ho. ilvea to sales of prot
tcUMUB of renu aai partus of lares,
iii iiiii, mi ,t i,
5 lb box French Mixed Candy $1
5 lb box Pure, Broken, Home
made Candy, Our Own Make, $1
5 id box Twisted Stick Candy
.Our Own Make,
3 lb box Extra Fine French
I lb box Extra Fine French
I lb box Pure Stick or Broken
La. Oranges 35 and 50c
Rips Bananas 20 and 25c
Malaga Grapes 25c
Lemon Peel 25c
Extra Mixed Nuts 25c,
Silver Moon Flour, $7.25,
Creamery Butter by.
Coffee Roasted EVERY Day.
Maple Syrup, Maple Sugar,
Sugar House Molasses,
Oatmeal, Cracked Wheat,
Graham Flour, Figs,
Extra Large Pecans,
Almonds, English Walnuts,
Qliver,Finnie a Go's
The Country has been
less trash called Hosiery until consumers
are sick with disgust.
and tho K. P. K. is
day. Unequaled for
40 MOISTROE STREET.
Grated Parmasan Cheese for Macaroni.
W! have this dav disposed ol our .nllre
ui ui. mvutfiui. uuiuuvr us m.nu i ..cmmi. v. w me WOI. SSaDUiaClUriDf i.0., WQO
will ooll.ct all assets aad aasam. all liabilities. W. eheerfullv reftflmmenil our mecessors.
UKUPHTS I.ITUttb!U u A Vi: L- iimiuiVn
We bava tills d.vdisDeewl of aur antlr.
will oolleot all asseu aad aasuia. all liabilities.
Deoember 1, 161.
W I COLE, President. 8 P LOCKK, Vloe
Cole Manufacturing Co.
ttmocesiors to Memphis Lniaber k
PAiriTS. OIL and WMDOn GLASS.
Office and Salesroom, Planing Mill,
332 Second Street, 358-360 Second Street
Warehopse, Hernando and Gayoao Sta.
If TS COLLBCTEB
D. W. LAKE,
OSlot 161 Trent It,,
I an prepared to servs satis-
Real Estats Interests
ol whatever deacrlp.
tlon.bolh la Bleinplits
and wltbln m radloa
ol 10U mile. Calls, or
correspondence, from par
tie, deeiruu. of servioea In
my lino are solicited.
Tht PUBLIC LEDGER Jj
Printing Offict and Rindtiy
now located at 17 Union itrHtrtt
oady for all buwuns offuring.
Fine Raisins 20c
Extra Bunch Raisins 25c
Seedless Raisins 20c
Orange Peel 25c
flooded with worth
A revolution hasset in
the Napoleon of the
Dstssa S Mackarol,
Interest la th. Planlnt Mill, Lumber TarJ, .to.,
hnalnmis sa th. fnl. Uan.,r.A.n.i. r .I.
W. oheerfall raeommend our sseeessors.
OULK k CU.
President. a T BASSRIT, E.o k Treu
H'ft Co. aad Col. k Compenr.)
AND DKALBE3 IN
Lumber, Etc ,
Contains no arsenic strvrl.nlne o
nftreiirr. HAT and IsUsNU what
you Pl.EAME, for it will not salivat-
i'ou. so suivonng over a bir d.iso or
Irench. Only a half tesupoonful at x
Soli by Druggists Everywhere.
W. N. WILKKKSON CO ,
0. B. PARKER & SON,
RENTAL AGENTS and
Rsal Estate Brokers,
285 MAIN ST.
peelal Attention tSlvea to the
Rental Department, Close t. ol
leettena and Pro anal MetUeuaenta
ww ou noli., UHf
W-KIRKWOOD, Prop, St.Louis.Mol
Fine Malaga Grapes,
c. r. evflfj
340 and' 342
For the Holidays !
BOYS' TOOL CHESTS,
lvm AINU KULLER SKATES,
Fine Pocket and Table Knives,
Best Quality Plated Ware.'
Oreill Brothers & Hn
Wo., 310 and 312 Front
" f. r. msarai. MARTIN KKLLKY
W. P. DUNAVAI.
McCADDEN & CO.
SROCERS and COTTON FACTORS.
Wo.:4I4 SSaln Sir.. I, .
I NEW MUSIC HOUSE I wsbs
H. 6, GETCHELL & CO.
347 Main Street,
Stelnway L Soi'i,
J. k C. FUohtr!,
H. 8. 6stoh.ll k Ca.'l
Vosi k Son's,
Sheet Music anr3 Matical ofMerchandise all Kinds.
Oar Plnnoa ssnsl Orsssna are lnlnr.sd br all the lsadln artlata
or tise) world. We have nrsdsinitiedlv llsa largest tiock of
Sheet Music, Violins,
Toning and Repairing dona by
urgana aoia on ea.jr montniv pamentss. wid Piano.
t i liHDgfl lisr New.
JTtxncy rvna. staple
233 MAIN STREET.
A rail line or Par. Ueeawai
and allar pnrpo.m.
JOHN S TOOF
K L McOOWAN
Busby, Toof & IcGowan
GROCERS AND COTTON FACTORS,
W G Patteson, Cotton Salesman No. 274 FRONT Street.
Ilandllng ol Cotton a Npeclaliy Liberal Caab Advancements
Wade on Consignments. i as
(HaoMssoi to atltekali, HoCnaa k Oo J aas tko larioei aai kait suorM stsxk at
Gi4f.?ETD, CUK7&IHS, OiL-CLOTIID
Ol TUB ttOCTH, AT LOW PKICKS.
No. 303 -MAIN STREET : : : Mrmphis, Tenness,
calx iiiii f.jtahissb nrroNit praxrHANinci. m
Grener al Insurance Co
DOES A GENERAL FIRE
A QUARTER OF A
NAPOLEON HILL. U FUttSTENUKIM. WM I COLE
J AS ILLY.
E. M. APPERSON, W, N.WILKERSOIT, HE1RY J. LYNN,
Preiidsot. Vic. President. Cashier.
Offloe 19 MADISON STREET, Memphla. Term.
rma a uirrts
OHAS. E. HARRIS & CO.
Wholesale aud Befall Dealers In
Wood and Willow-waro,
Toys, Fancy Goods, Notions. Etc.
800 Uoa Brooms, SOO Doa Mn.ikets, ISO Uoa Nests Tub', 3 Car Loads
Aasoretd.lt eoil and Willow-ware.
Baskets, Toys, Holiday Goods,
la Endless Variety-I'ov Hale al Hottoin Prless.
No. 352 Main Street, : : Upmphlg, Tern.
Wolf River, Font of Henry Street
ctrHannfiaetnres Bard Wood especially and keepa m lari.
assMirtiueot ol DKY LUMBEH continually on hand,
The PUBLIC LEDGER Job
Printing OJict and Bindery t
now located at 17 Union ttreet and
ready for all business offering.
California CaiDEi M
s IMemnhl.. T.n.
Bamohla. T.nn... .
Guitars, Banjos, Brass
rinerlrnoed workmen. Piano, aad.
t'andlei. Also Ineense lor cbnreki
BEN I BUSBY
AND MARINE BUSINESS.
A K HcOHATQ.
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