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FINE BOOTS and SHOES.
530 Kada Street 300
Cor. kilt? OPPOSniPIABODT H'.TJL.
Ordirl frOB BbFAtrf nmntntl nl. I
HoMf Kfundxt lot foods r.lurn.d ia food
Oar lllastrabKl Cataloiu. ni Frif. Lift
Bill t snt fr ti f nT t,rj.M. nn .ppllniitina
1000 One Pound ( ana
U. F. CAVANAGH & CO.,
OOO Miia street.
Something New nod Deairable
lor Presents, at Moderate
275 Main St.
Fine Boots and Shoes
261 MAIN ST.,
Directly Oppoalte t'oart Nquare,
aarOrderi from abroad will receive prompt
attention. Bend for OhbElt SLIPS.
AdlerBro. & Co
Telephone "o. 47.
M. ISAACS, Jr
literary Work ol all Kluda,
282 MAIN a.TEEET.
VM OK ataadwrd Booh. Wanted
THE I'ltK E OF
Reduced lo per llotile.
Depot, Hit B?al Mtreel,
Owing to the repented importunities of a
3raat many poor poople mfffrinjt from bowel
iiaaaei, tbe proprietor bi corcludod to re
duce the price ef tbii wondtrlul and infalli
ble cure U one-bait it oricinal price, aa a
neani of pining it within ttia rtaen of every
ho Utah old. It curoa oung or old alike;
curat well, jutrk and euro parinaneotiy.
Head eoma of the uiany tcHtimoniali in my
iran eoncrtentiouily recommfnd HOSE
IXiB tor the core of bowel diieAtei.ea
Kcially ebronia dyaente y Lena ttian one
ttla enred me. H. S. UAaurr,
U S baperviiing Impector of Steam Vemeli,
After tttffcrlng eUht mon'hi from a bad
caae of flux anf having no hopet of getting
better. 1 tried KOSh. KLlXiK with r.
markable auooetr. isimply a rare In a few
deji. ) nun with gratitude,
J M ty'iM.KMiN, Marhiniit,
My girl had the wont oae of dyreotery;
Botnlng did btr any good ; two third ot a
bottle of KOSK LLIMK cured berenurely.
Hoping othen will find out Ih la wonderlul
edicme, 1 remain, aincerely yoor friend,
Mm. If. 0. Barton.
V1 Mi.iU'ippi aretue.
Thanki to year golden ROiB ELIXIR, tt
prmlte, i'ouri rery truly. C11. hku.
Caiiy Kannfaclcr? aci Conrcctionery
1 Importer, V ho'eaale and Retail Dealer ir
Greea and DrieJ Fj nits, lints,
3igars, Tovs, Fire-works, Etc.
Ho. tOO H.tIK NritKET.
Wewpwla. . . . Tentt
A. J VIENNA & CJ.,
Imporun ai D.il.r. la
moo a lion
No. 345 MilN STREET,
aarfowder and rh..l P.pot R.t.airit,
Uen. and n a.rauuxl. i (.
Na. S20 MAIW ST.. wl.lt, Teaa
A fall and aoapl.u .took ol .
etalll. Vawea fMkeu
inalh htm :ale aM caiu
aarOrder, hyl.l.trarh promptly ljeo
H. A. THOMS
A. ft rf fj
:X -vajriT-'..C v
.7 A Vu 4
204 MAIN 8TREE1.
Imm on hand a lull wk of CoHr. llorlal
klMB.ale. Order, U. 0. D. premiU tllkl.
U l'VHLIC LKDUKU Job
Printing ( ffict and Bindfry it
not localtil nl 17 L'n'on srf and
rtadyfor oil buiinw oj) -iny.
233 MAIM STREET, 233
Jut Received, Direot from
Manufacturers and Jobber;
Gold and Silver; Wat chef.
Novelties la Diamond,
Novelties la Solid Uold Jewelry,
Novelties la Hailed plnteJewelry
Novelties lu Silver plate Uoods,
lock, Optical Uoods, Etc.
We Davva In oar omulo? first-oliM .'owolon
tod an aipert LMatnonU better..
M. Goota J" Co. Lteclcr, Mir
E. D. WILSON,
298 Main Street,
Over Hanalord'a Bookstore.
.Again to the Front.
AFTER haTinjrbeen brrned out at hti old
stand, 249 Main s treat, he baj a gain ro
lutued biuioett at
338 Main Street,
IU Main Mrevt, Ileiupltla, 1 ena
IHroRTIIR AND Dltil.lK IK
(JniM, HlllfH, Ainm million,
I'lKblnK Tarkle, Hue Pocket
1 utlery, Kte Etc.
The trad, supplied at low .t market prleel.
Price liat fiat on application. Repairing
lone and warranted, 1 157
Telephone Cftwnee Hon.
r krCta T.leihin.
379 Main Itrett, orer Flord l. 21
Oil 3 WH KT"
ma'MAlN HTKEE roornar Jefferton,
lH. J. H.KavMr'i offisa. 279 Main atreeti
) residence, iliV9 Pontotoc ureal. 0 6ce
hoari, i a.m. to 4 pin. Telephone mnnec
tioo oflice an ! rciidence HO 116
)h. CdLKMAN. JutiM of tha Paaoo.
Nntarr Pah He and Com Bjiilrtnr of
dfc. bteoil attention riven to oolia- tiont
In thai (M1i'T ilT'w IV Wajlliftll T in
TWO itory bouce, 7 roorai
i order. L'nion and Danlan. price
tw- Apply at inion. l'H
TWO eleiant'y furnished rootnt to let in a
ir irate fumilv. No. 24 a uloerrr ttrMt.
Beit of referenoes given and recinired. 10 It
OOM-KuTniflhed or unfarnihed
mil R rortm. ov.r tht
l'irt atioual fiatk.
X. lniui'e at th. bank.
STORK houiM Not. 67 andft Adtms.
Reaidence No. Vi Madison.
4 M. B CONAWAY.gB Main.
PLANTATION on Misiir-ippl river, no
1 acret cleared; well improved. For tale
cn plac: 1U0 buibelt corn, hv, wagone,
plow" and 13 mules. J M cmitii.
Ml 100 l'oplar street.
A ROE, 6rt-ol as eotton warehouse.
t ivwt J. V. VM Klff.
'nEKVT0D M'KKRV. 413 hEf'OND
J Cor Ilaal btrrtt. usery iutk, roret
Ilulbt! PUnt. Cut Flower, Hrid.l bouquets,
Funeral I)eKtgnii, boddit a Uravea a'd Or
Tiatnental hardening. Ivl 23
ONE Fnll-blooded Jertey Rill. Apply to
167 M. WKITfcK&Cu.
A FINK B Iratn me Double ActionHarp, large
X ite, in ptrleot order, at a sacrifice at
107 2.W hiaStreet.
tTOCK of groruriea, in
kj doing goofl bufine'.
Addreii B B. are
tlOR HALK FOR CAll My residence and
tOrehou in (Jermaatown. on ihe Mem
ptrit and Char lei ton railroad. 15 milei east ot
Mem phi, 1 he rcfidenco and ttorehouce on
the tame lot, 'Ihe residence nontains four
laree, plastered r omi and a Urge kitcbon.
and a good atable on tbe premises; all the
building! io good repair. Ihe Ntt contains
about one fourth of an acre, fienting l'f
feet on Bridge street, with ample roc m io
the rear lor back yard. b me gnr1 fruit on
theplHte. ItH J A THOMI'bON.
liWie FIRST-CLAv8 pool Ubtet, very
I che ip. Addrrs" Jones, care this office. In3
'l-IIK two-story frame bouse OotUiHSi
i so. ie Alabama itreet.
Ike A. Cnae,
V"0. It t'nii n. 2 story brick.
Hontotiio, near Cauney, Ki).
Webb plai a. near McJehee btatlun. god
house, 7 P)odii and 7 arras ground,
Hhitepce nn Buulevaid. hoate 6 room,
nice g-ounda. 7 ac.as.
iNo. ao I nlnn rtreit, two itory brick, ele
gant neighborhood; t err cheap.
Desirable building lt on Boulevard, 25
acres fiocting on UouUvard aeit west and
adjoining Crjig. running through to Lnion
avenue. Yi ill sell a part or all
Two nice cotUfes on Linden itreet.
No. 27.1 Tib HopUr itreet: on long time.
Three lots in Stephens rub div. near Curve
btore oa Main street, bet. I Dion k Monroe,
Morehouse on Madion, bet r mot k Main
Dwelling on Mnditon. near "ourth street
Tenement Main itreet, on lot 6xli.
Deirahle bulldirg lot, cor Adarni k Dunlap
Beautitul luti in Pretion tubd vis on, Court
etock farm of 100 acres, all to flnegra'iet;
place divided into lots, good improvement,
1 J acres, 9 miles out on Ptteon RoistTjad.
HI Marshall aunue, cottage, iorllJ).
C'ot'aee near r Forth and Loney. for 7i)0
I ot. VM la Causey, near Vance, flK,
11. L. UDlOiN Agent,
W Vadison'itreet. Memphii.
rnwo-slory brick dwelling, No. :t4 Court
J street eittiided. recentlr eenpied by k F
llerron. Jn oomplere ordor; first-ela in
every re-pec.. Apply to J K Oliver, at Wood
run k Oliver. 64t
LUTVPK MEiAL-Bettor than Babbiit
lor machinery, at Llier oflice. I
Mi ACRKSgood land near city: also ca
r' tar in A l yrnt t
Cui.. Mi setter bitch, nite, with liver
coU red spots on her sid s nn i ears. Vt ill
v liberal reward for her de-liver ti in i
ti t iiuiiinDefi a mutic store, u - aiaiu it.
Ho K t W SMITil.
DECamhKK Z7(h. Irom tbe residence of I)
L Mct.owan. Mctihee't Station, M and
u K R. ore large sorrel hore, about 12 yean
old: one bay or brown mare, nfcmit 8 vears,
ana one Drown mmre atioui yewrt old, A
liberal reward pel tor tUeir return. 107
lS ( hr;ilmas niiht. a s-jiall tan colored
J terrier hitch; answer to the names of
iNellie and I'alny. '1 be findt-r will c-eivea
literal reward by returning her to 1?.' Carroll
lid rewsrd fo- it, or Sio for it and
dllversd at Teten Lan, in, ntn
cyprets 'kill, i
in-MH- and ou
of ' Ldiie.' t
ypress 'kill, about 2i (eet lung, pai'itd red
wnaiint t ue: 4rs the tam
una side sun cheoktd.
liooTTo.,, Pand ('bViii ('!
, pnlerred. li'7 At Tl!
III KAP ia.idie pony at Domest c hewing
rife, jpt.i recna street. p 4
V lHM'-LLAfS colored huue girl it No.
t.r Tnlrtrtt street. . Jifl
NikLLliiKNCK FFH. 417 MAIN r-T.
1 rerv-ntt of eiery dec?j,ti(.n whi'e or
ciiioreu) lurnisiiea at saia mce on applica
tion or at short notice. Lifrorer. lor rail
roads, leeet and public works. Plantation
and lar'D bands, ruerhanics, etc. Orders for
bouse serviiot-out ol my Bimt be a ceo in p
nttl by ceh and transportalion nrranred (1
business chances. inlirmaLin ohmel atd
itnpartea. ; u Oovham.
'U ntoldframeswitbourlMi'kRIAL FKU
1. Itl.KS, per pair. JNtV r i.rt.ai) k Co.
(Af, FLhlMJUMANN k CO.'H Com-
' I'reed Veast uiakes the lightest bread.
iForsalehyalltirst-claJ-grooeri. Try it. De-
jivred freh daily tn all parts of the ci'y. I
. ZSeo.md. : III!
I I r y" nt '"0,,
o. o.ll on Illr.ru,
I wiiwao 4k a v.
i Ileal. li t
IV airhanoli .cru i ,4 land Be.r rity
for t....c,i i, oiuiM, 1KU A CilAsK,
ZJ0 Front tr..l. ,t
I F yno want rhe.p llwei
oall on Hlraeh.
f hV vnld w.trh ea..., illv.r, .to.
f M. M i ' ur
Kl) a CO., as Mala. Vt
I C TONb1 eaet and armifht iron.
lUVMr ' ra( and bon.i, ao old Bet
al. f.ath.n and bidM, old machinery bouiht
and 'old, h.rid for prio. lift, AdtrM.
HAMI KU IIAIIAY, At and Coin. M.rcbant,
llii 41.1 bheliir ilreol. Memphl.. T.nn. ml
J paid, t
Call oa or adrci.
KblAo1 bUAUL, UB Hall IX.
row jjicjwjgtiiT...,, .
OlANOo ul ortans. nw and iMOoi-i.nl,
l OB .asy saonlall laiUllm.flU, ftt.
IT7 V ANN I CD'S, SAond trt.
ROOMS AND BOARD
1)0 A RD with or without lolslne fat fcw
If .CBI ISmBB Bl An LQIOD lUMlt iw
furnlihod ot bb-
A N -l.v.nt frnnt room.
A farBiib.d, with board tt Ao
It ret .
AKFT) oow, out of a slstera, whit leo,
wbito on oaoh hip Bad OD for. Its-a.horns
saw.d ctT, oan cropped with Bad.r bit: had
larvs brut b.ll on. tW7
LEWIS HKI.M8. for. Pi.ntotoc and flint
FOR LEA E.
TUK L! in gh am pi tee. & mil- east of the
city, eomiitint of 50 aort of rood land;
ffttod dwlliDf, itftblei, etc. Will lcaso very
cheap to io :d tenant. M K Conaway, 2h5
r r.l BAlK'H THEATEK
IJ Joeib H rook Lisoo and MaBajror
Tbreo lSmhta Only! (Join mane tor Monday,
Dm. St. Grand Matin New Y.ar'i day 1 p.tn
J 11 Uaverly't Co mad y Co a. pan- if the
Uraatett of all SacooMoa.
Our mtT-m.tmKtmtm t
In Four Acta and 10O0 Laaffht
Indnraed by Drem and pablie. Iran, Maine
to California, m tht fraatatt eomety fuoeeu
of h age, prateatcd by a oompan? of metro
poli tan artnti. Thoio who eoma to laugb
MtnAin to rmr. ThuridiT. f rldaT and at
urdty. The Imperial Draaoa Irouuo of
ONE WEEK, Commenrlsg Jan. 7th, of the
Grand Kofjiah Opera t'ouipaoy
Now n route for fan Kraiciico with tb.
frande.l arr.r of arttiu ever M.n In
ABBOTT. R08KWA1.D, BKCCO, 8Ei!mS.
811. FlllRlNU, BKODKttll'K and WM
Oraad born, aua Orehe.tra,
In th. following magnifioont rapertorrt
n .ln(ida7 aatine. two autnti nt
Wednerdar Bitht Klaolella
fndar I.lnda, f earl al H.o
8turd.j, Abbott matinee I.aela,
Saturday tiebt Trawalara
U...rv.d ie.li I1.A0. gal. be.inl Friday,
January Ith. at Th. at.r.
BH'IINNINO January 4. m, Mr. Crinn.
i'ian i and Theory ieacher. will rive, on
conteoutive l'idayi a course of twelre Lec
ture on "H le rBt-c.-aUaua einaie
i xplaaationn of princinlei will be given, im
mediately followed by illuRtrationa on tht
piano Cl-fiei are now being formed for Ele
mentary Piano Instruction and the Study of
Musical Theory For detailiof p'an and terra
apply lu Mr. Cnrtii. at Moiartllall, northeast
eorner of S-pind ti d Monrnentreetf. 1"7
J. N. t.lulford & Co.
W MAIN HI
W HI AH UNION. W
Invite an laipKtion ol their .legant Hook of
Will thaok you for a eall, and th. lam.
eeutteoui attention extend.a whether you
buy or not.
333 333 333
Offier: lTll'nlon 8treet
TEN CENTS PER WEEK.
M.N DAY, DEI'IMBia 31, lbKI.
Kew Year calls.
I.o.-b & Monk, the shirt makers,
"Will receive from 7 a m. to 9 p.m.
At their shirt factory, 2-i Main.
The last day of the year.
Call at 71 Beal for saddlery.
Fine short cornets, Lange's.
Candy at Carson & Painc's.
C. Kaiser removed to 71 Beal street.
Ledoik office removed to 17 Union st
Lemons, oranges, bananas, at Caison 4
Brown & Jones, coal dealers, 282 Main
Cider and mincemeat at Carson &
Telephone E. Wright, '.0 Main, for
paints, oils, glass, etc.
r.vaporated poaches in 2 lb cartoon! at
Carson A: l'aiue's.
Pork, hams and kettle rendered lard, at
Jo on Iteid s, e iloward s flow.
The Ford opera troupe play at Clarki
ville to-night, and at llopkinsvi.le to
Miss Kenfroe, assisted by the Misses
aannmi, will receive from o to 12 p.m to
morrow at oo iiawiey sirwt.
Just received, a full lino of niecnu huuin
f'MKls. Cigaptte holders a aix-cialty, at
lergmann & Wagoner's, 2S5 Main.
There it now lai.OflO miles of railroad
in tins country, and boon miles were con
structod during the year closing to-day.
I lie grain mnvoment at Cincnnati has
Mien oil 4,1100,000 bushels during the year
closing to-day, and the decrease it mainly
in wnoai anu I
The Ford opera troupe i
successful engagement here on SaturJay
night, and will otien al Nashville on
cunosday evening next.
This bluff where we live is situati-d in
north latitude 86 li, or a little over 24UI
miles from the equutor, and in longitude
io- wtwi irom v asiiiiigion
The new Jewish tynngogue will betll
nated two weeks from Friday next. The
winding is a magnifirent specimen of
wnranmnsuip and arcniloctural skill.
Coal sliipmentt fmm Pittsburir. on tb
rise of 1hi week, amounted to ti.4iMiU
tiutiiois. of winch dMi.OiO bushels were for
Louisville and the rest tor Cincinnati
The Sheriff hni Issued hie proclamation
for an election to comu nt! on the TOth
piox. for member of the Legislative
vouocu anu tor ocnool lyomniissiuDers.
mo .sb w loravA'iion r.xcnange was
rinsed to-day, and both it and the Ne
Orleans Kxchange will bo cloted to-nior
Jotin llun. a United States prisoner.
held in the county jail for shooting at the
vnpuun oi ine uig noat, itirey, is re
plied in a dying condition from dysen-
.-s-mm, jjawier .V t-n, have a choice
lol oiiitgnr cured hums and tierce lard,
which incy oner i4i ine trade at I
pncist. ail and see them nt (i, 7 and 8
The twinior K.W.Cole will arrive from
ica.uurg ai no clone to-niglit, lays a
telegram irom Holma totlie agent here,
Cnptain K W. Thomas, and tha boat re
turns rjoulh to-morrow.
Fifty cases, or 7210 box. of Ko-Ko
T.ilu chewing gum have been sold up to
ui te py llio mantitactunTS, f htlik of it.
It is deserving of success, for it is got d,
anu me oesi on mo market.
l .. . ...... , . .
ii-n-vuve i ryue nas returned from
Cincinnati. Owing to a defect in the
requisition papers Mr. l'ryde was unable
to iirmg Pack B. Schwartz, who, however.
is still in custody in Cincinnati.
.seoriy i was realized on Ihe horse
put uji at the bazaar for one of the police
cnjuaius as an eviuence oi Kinuiarity, and
explain O'lJavor received the award by
S7I votes. It is a dear horse to the Can-
tain and hit friends.
Mrs. Marv llerron will kor-n m.n
house to-morrow, from 4 ui li o'elta-k. -
lined bv ine fol owina
Missia Fannie Ohorran. Aln I
(Mine Austin, Willie Slmckerford, Julia
Steele and Tuoisa Owen.
The St. Peter't bazaar cl acd Saturday
light after a successful run of two weeks
an I a large sum was realized. The fund
will be ample for the objeel for which the
bazaar was held, vie: 'lo paint and rono
vuiu the St. four's church.
Beginning on Friday next, Mr. U.uj
the pianist of the Mozart Society,
ill give a course of twelve lectures on I
,.tj i . . i . - r v.-.
ui w unutuvuMiu musiu. .u r. vun a
is a talented young man, and will doubt
lea da fuU Justice to the subject,
Squirrelt, quail, rabbits, wild duck-,
ovslera, celury, Jed mapper, white perch,
Mackinaw trout, perch, dressed turkeys
and chicken. Dure pork sausage, tucking
?'. fth "ta of all kinds, etc., etc., at
oeebsei . marsei, 001 juaiu sitovv. am
orders promptly delivered.
Mrs. Amelia McKee, potion dealer,
made an assignment fcaluruay. i.iaDin
tie :U26, alldue elsewhere eicept B10U0
to 1 ounn & lira., of tint city. J. uaum
Si Co,, millinery and fancy lood, was at
tachedon Saturday, and claima agaiml
the firm are estimated at $.1000.
Tha heaviest failure of the past week
was that of A. 1). Smith Co., of Provi
dence, R. 1., and the amount involved u
$1,700,000, mainly due to banks at Trovi
dence. The firm worked sii cotton facto
ries, with 87,000 61'indloa, and nine manu
factorit in all are involved in the disaster.
The death list here last week nunilwrcd
Ail .,r.in.i .t" f,,r ih. same week lastvear.
and half were white and half colored. Of
the disorders 6 died of consumption, 4 of
pneumonia, a oi conu;tMon, a ui viuiuuvo
and aelect. tlevcn died at the city ho
pital and 4 were subjects of inquest, while
7 were children and JI adulta.
Tbe actrisa Sarah Bernhardt h: keen
in ever so much hot water lately. Besiies
having; an old member of her company
Inns book about her and
causini her to seek revetio by means of
a horse whip.Sarah has also recently been
lined $a),00U for breach of contract, and
hor late husband, Damala, was also lined
a similar amount-
Tomorrow being a legal holiday the
Criminal Court v. ill not be in session, and
the chsos set for that day will be tried on
the following Wednesday, January 2d.
Tk. l,,Mit Jurnr. will not rooort Illltll
Wednesday next. ! ollowing is ine cal
endar for that date: lod tj H KUey
alias Kayaiond; Ml (ieorge Hmsmaii
m Fred Dow; Wl Harry Jiicuoweu
'H W C Faven ZH M Coleman.
IT,, in k'.mu Cil v bear meat is nuoted
7H- m.r lb! coon 20c each: jack rabbits
20c each; other rabbits 25c per do anto
lopeii7c whole and lie lor sauaies; prap
.ia..l,i,Li.n. r2 ,riOa3 ner doz: deer 7a7(
wholo-, quail 0Oa75c per doc; squirrels 40a
60k brandt 2 WaS per dor, wild geeae
;la3 &0, ducks 1 60b2 25. The game
market of that city has been well supplied
ours and price, are alioul as cneap,
At the last "regular meeting of Johnson
,kiiro No 21. A O U W. Thursday, Ue-
mber 27, the following officers were
elected to serve during tlia next yeur
Jno M Kit h, 1' 11 W; John C'laym, M
w. lto.iti,,tr Fnrnman: Marshall ttllea.
Overeer; A K L Socfker, Guide, John
Beamish, Financier .1 N Rainey, Ko
nnr,li.r; T O Kilis. J W: John Ku-soll, 0
W; Ham A Taylor, Receiver; A B Bur
tholomew, Trustee for throe years.
The father of tbe present grain
silver dol'ar, Mr. Bland, is anxious to
have 4 0 grain trade dollars rocoined into
alanHurH .rain di illars. The trados in
the opon market are worth &ic and the
standards anywhere but in this country
are worthboc, Mr. Bland is also snxious
to keep up the silver dollar coinage at the
mm oi two n i on a mourn. 'o
wnnU a nuw mint located in the M issia.
sipui valley, Bt. juuu eing me point uir
it, lie lliliiKs.
Modjeska is to begin a two weeks' cn-
gngement at Now Orleans to-niglit as
Alary siuuru me riuayune says uer
manager has mado a serious financial
mistake in advancingpricea of admission
as more money would be taken in at poji
ular prices and the at tress would have the
satisfaction of nlavinn to full houses. The
Clara Morris encHiriimcnt waa hurt at
Now Orleans bv hied rates of admission
Clara Morris is to play at Kansas City
next Thursday night.
The lottery companies are cutehin
norlv as bud aa the bucket simps
trial of the case before J udge Pardee,
the United States Court, invalving
ru?ht of tbe srovernnient to stop the
livsrv of mail matter to the. Bank of No
Orleans because the bank permitted the
Louisiana Lottery to nave mail tent to its
care, has been in progress during the past
wfH-lf and the Ltismal Kwatiin canal
turv Comnanv has been suod at Peters'
burg, Va., to test its right to sell tickota
in the mat.
Mr. Randall won the can. at the Ba
zaar Saturday night alter a long and ex.
citing, but lair contest. His majority
was not so great out itiui .nr. juuuuru
friends thiiik they could have carried ol
thu nrize for their favoritc.if the polls ha
been kept open a a few minute, longer.
ariouf otuor prizes were won Dy ram
and otherwise. If Mr. J. T.
could be as luckv in the matrimonial 1
tery as he was at the bazaar he might
have been more than a good looking
biicheler long ago. lie won five jirizes
altogether, one of them a puir of slippers
worth twenty-five dollars, anu lieu in nv
oLher instances. The bazaar, altogethei
was a great success, realizing some three
or four thousand dollar net So much for
intelligent, well directed work.
lleeelved Dark and
Rosa Santh go
and thlitr other popular fine brands at
Sol Coleman's Cigar Palaco,
New lean Day li the recurring an
nual occasion for a genoral iwearing-otl'
of tbe men about town who are in In
habit of lrokini upon the wine win
is red. the corn luice which formeth
beads in the glass and the beer that
foameth in the enticing schooner. It is
custom that has been bunded down f
fenerations from father to ion. and wi
probably continue as a siiecimen idiosvn
cracyot the biped man until the Angel
Gabriel w ith a b ast of his trumpet an
nounrci the free grand exhibition of fire
works. Ono lingularity aliout this custom
is that the finer the liquor a man ii in the
habit of drinking, the less apt is he to be
a unit in the procession wlucn moves to
wards the Ksriuire'l office to swenr off
Since this is the case the Wahiut Palace
Saloon, 62 Boal street, will not probably
lose any customers to-morrow,
I'm Year's Reception.
Sam May will receive a large number
of friends and customers for gloves, col
lars, cuffs, neckwear, etc. He has
just received the New Year's styles.
m m '
I'uloa Kellglons Service..
The preliminary meeting, held in the
First Methodist cliurcb yesterday afler
noon, was of more than ordinary interest.
Committees on services, arrangemeuta
anu enlertainment were appointed by
selecting one memlier from oach congre
gation n'presented. The meeting will
commence fivi Sunday night under the
auspice, of I)r. Samuel Jones, ot Georgia,
and from present indications he will have
the support of all the influential pastors
and congregations in the cty. The ser
vices will 1 held in the Court street
church, and Professor Hughes and wife
will have charge of the organ and choir.
Tbe unanimity of our churches in this
matter bespeaks the certain success of
New style Treniont aol'l Hal
In niarooa and blark.
Abe new line seal 4 a pa,
lur, pluab and chlncbllla aps,
lor gentlemen or boys.
T. A. HKII.Hr A ( .,
1'nder the Peabody Hotel.
You can buy Ihe beat shirts only atSum
May's, 2011)4 Main strict.
Cider and mincemeat Just received at
Seessel & Wurlzburgcr s, 112 Main,
Misa Pattie Sledge, of Como, is on a
visit to Miss Alice Snow den, of Vance
Mr. M. Rosenhein, a prominent young
business man of Chattanooga, is in tha
city on a pleasure trip.
Telephone No. 4H will call Iliitlenlierg,
the cabinetmaker. Furniture repaired
and upholstered in all its branches. Mat
tresses, awnings, tents, packing, shipping
and storage, 2-11 Second street.
Victor 1). Fuchs' market, fflt and 41
Jefferson, offers a great variety ol cimico
eatable for New Yoor's dinner. In ad
dition to fresh game, fish and meats, they
have received some nice dressed turkejs,
fresh oysters and celory.
all Hi owe Intending to make
calls to-morrow eau Had aa el
egant line ol Olovea. i lea. Iland
kerchlrlsi, and lateal at j lea l
lars and nil ai N. SI. Falk U
TheChicago telegram to theMerahant.1
Kxchange to-day n'Kirls c r a al IT 2'l,alid
I be above MaturdHVs close: lard l oo.and
7!,'c up; pork IlilK), and Cste up; wheat
MXc, end c up, and corn unchanged.
Uas natures and lilobes
In Ibe Inteol dealins,
J. a. H4II i;v A o.,
t'oruer I alon and Second sis.
LOU ED FOR THE VEAR.
Tk Laat leaalaa t Ike'Adaaaa
treat Caarl lar IMs-l'aaaaol
cr ! Plata Draaka.
street Court of Justice to-day furaaooa to
listen to Judge Hadden'. legal deciaions
for tha hut timt in tha year 18i. The
docket shewed an unusual number of
plain drunks, and several crime, of
grear magnitude. Tbe usual before
court seecli was not indulged in by His
Honor, wnicn greatly aisappointea in.
a John Simons was down on the docket
lor disorderly ooaducl. Uwtna to tha ab
sence of witneaaea the case waa continued.
II. Weaver was run in as a vagrant, but
as the charge was not established the cae
Pigna Koas, a suspicious character, was
told to go forth iuto tha world and follow
ursuti tuai woum aiveai mm oi me
or of suspicion.
Burnett White, a young colored des
perado, hit an old man on tha back of the
head with a brick, i be lad will pound
rock for the coming 40 days.
Mat Shannon was acquitted of the
charge of vagrancv.
A. t. Dell was entered on ine docket
for vagrancy. Tha testimony showed that
oell wagons of a party who participated in
a little "game" over tbe Bavhorsa Saloon
on Monroe street, in which a man named
Laycock, from (irenada, Miss., dropped
a roll of greenbacks. Mr. Bell was fined
toO and bound over to the State.
fc. Cornshaw was very drunk and ex-
xtremely disorderly last night. He es
caped with a 16 fine.
John Murray raised a racket in a bouse
of ill fame yes.erday, for which he was
1 wo men, named O'Neil andUalltuthor.
respectively were assessed $d each for dis
Jack Marshall, a colored vagrant, was
tied 15 and costs.
being drunk and disorderly and carrying
concealed weapons, was continued.
Mike Alpha and Wm. Gibbe, two
youths, nad a utile scrapping match on
the ferry boat John Overton, for which
they were fined $2 each.
Adam Downs, a colored vag, was fined
$3 and Costa.
lorn Sheridan and P. J. Winters were
both down for malicious cutting. Tbey
ongaged in a fight in a Washington street
aaloon and some promiscuous cutting was
indulged in. At the hearing tun morning
Winters was unable to appear, so the case
was continued until Saturday next.
Charles Keed. a white boy, has been in
the habit of loafing around saloons and
living without visible means of support.
x ne precocious youtn was ordered to
For being disorderly on Mu berrv street
torn rsmiln was lined ao and coals,
it. L. Lucas, for bomg drunk and dis
orderly was fined to
Adam JJavis, a colored youth, will drive
a cart lor ine next ou days lor being a va
grant in the eyes of the law.
James ti lass and Ureen Sidell Indulged
n a passage at arms yesterday that cost
them just ,8 each.
Ihe case of til Williams, charged with
carrying concealed weapons, was con
I I K. Ml I UK AND C IBFKTN.
Hryaon A Co., 281 flairs, handle
lines of larnllure and earpela
nnanrpaasea la ine nonin is
aiuoonl, la variety or la alow
eras oi price. Heir eadearor la
to beep a complete lock
ft-noda of even grade ao aa to ac
commodate every claaa ol buy-
era, their anode are aueb aa will
give aliaiacllon lo every one
who a dull re a the beaaillal i
blned with the anel'ul. Kveiy
hoaaekoeperla cordially lavited
to eaii and leapect lata aiocu.
The Owl Invites his Friends
To a free dinner to-morrow, from
to i o clock p. m.
The Abbott Opera Season.
When Emma Abbott comes here, a
week from to-day, she will capture the
town, for her forces are simply invinci
ble. She has four noted prima donnas,
two popular tenors, the greatest baritone
of the das, a renowned basso cantanto and
a long list of fine artists besides a w.ll
trained chorus and orchestra, and the
whole is equipped w ith every requisite for
a conquering campaign. The names of
these principals are Kmma Abbott, Julie
Kosewald, Madame Sinico and .old
Seguin; Sig Fabrini and William Castle.
Sig Tagliupielraand Sig Campobello, and
they, with the others, will present the op
eras of Martha, Faust, Bohemian Girl,
Higoletto, Mignen, Linda, Lucia and
Trovatore. Thatthe whole town will
gladly surrender to such a musical bom
bardment as this will be, is a -foregone
conclusion. Tickets for tho engagement
can be procured next Friday morning at
the theater box office.
Al tbe Taraler Thursday Nlghr,
The Imperial Dragoon troupe of Jap
anese will make its initial appearance.
This is said to te the first and only com
pany wnicn nad the Donor or appearing
by command before his imperial highness.
theMicadoof Japan. The members of
the troupe are, lomaoto 11 io Noske. the
youthful and celebratedslack wire walker,
consisting of paper walking, swinging,
bamboo walking, swinging perch, top
spinning and magic bottle and box
tricks, Motsta Hake Yero. equilibrists.
Balancing large tubs full six feet
in diameter, together with sixteen
small ones, on v hich two boys, Little
All Kigbt and You Bet, perforin many
difficult feats. Sinawa Koken, juggler
par excellence The Great Smoas, or
wrestlers. Hamada bob Kichi and Onao-a-
wa Ju Uats, experts in tho arts of wrest
ling and teats of strength. Kictaro and
Kuitaro, wonderful boy performers, sur
passing in remarkable feats of contortion
and equilibrium performances on ladders.
perch aad shoulder. Ton Kichie Cheon-
okn. the accomplished and graceful but
terfly performer. The beau iful and
graceful Gaishers or dancing girls, Otama
llio Noske, Otam Komache, L'ta Tama,
Osake Ceo Sans?. Cocho Sanir. the first
and only Japanese ladies that have ever
leu uieir country.
To-night at Leubrie'i Theater, Haverly's
Comedy Company will appear in "Our
Strategists," a fareial comedy, written for
fur. uy Lr. T. II Sa.re of New York.
ihe piece Is described as being peculiar in
its originality, full of unexpected situa
tions, numerous surprises, and bright
ideas tl. at leave a lasting impression upon
the auditor long after other memories are
passed away. Tba plot is claimed to be
me most ingenious piece ot dramatic on
struction ever placed before the Dublin:
beginning with a simple little domestic
story of 'Two Souls with but a Single
thought, it becomes a terrible tang
apparently beyond readjuitment. But
the unraveling ot the long string of de
nouements, mistakes and mishaps is
watched with humorous interest from the
otening to the close ol the comedy.
An Indication of its
50 C&ses or 7 200 Boxes
Have Beea Hold np te Dale.
Tit Y IT. BUY IT.
For Sale Everywhere.
I'or New Year's Dinner,
lurkeyal Inrkeyal Tarkeysl
Nirel A M ariasargr,ISoriala.
The Neveateea O'4'lerk System.
ChsttsBeoiB D.m.orat, Z1,
A ui. and p m mast go We have
noeived orders from the Western and
Atlantic. Kiilroad Company lo chsng,
their lime (able, by dropping tha a m.
tod p m indicators tod making tha
hours' from 12 noon read 11 o'clock,
14 o'olock.andaooa down to 24 o'olook,
We hail this ai the beginning of i new
era ol profanity. It will io all proba
bility be tha means of adding graae,
rase and beauty of dietion f tha pre
ent .wkwaro mode of throwing "oua
words" around regard on of harmony.
Traveling men who have negleoted
th t portion ol their eduoatioo, and
hitherto only "ouased" little "by
ear," will now loam the"key" in a few
days and proceed lo "ouea" by sou, aa
they atop to oount on thair finaara
just to what particular hour under tba
old system tha new ietentoeo o cloolt
J AS. S. WILKINS.
Calls the attention of the public to an extremely large
ana seu-ct assortment of
Fine Diamond Ear-rinqs
Especially selected nr Bbape, Laater aad lolar.
Also a choice slock of
ARTISTIC BRASS GOODS.
FLEMISH JUGS, FAIENCE PLAQUES,
Gold and Silver Watches,
Jewelry, Opera Glasses and
Polite and Attentive SaUsmen.
HAS TO SAY.
The filost Stupendous "Scheme"
ON RECORD !
la order le reduce
Fine Clothing h
The Season being so lar advaneed-l will, from sbw oa,
NEXT Nl.liTY OATH, give every one ol my patrons who pai
forty Dollars worth ol Uoods or over, at dillerent limes, a
Oue of the most Reliable Time-Pieces made.
By mode ol giving them away Is shown by the following card
SAVE THIS ti!
IT IS QOOD FOR A FIRST-CLASS)
WATCH and CHAIN.
Out sf tha moat rellabta tma-plas
of Cloth ina: and Farniihing Goods
At ovarr cash t urohaia wo will Dnneh tho (forrunoisdlna smnnnt nn tha riap.
tin of toll card, svnd whro tho wholo
J. H. BUXBAUM,
la Introducing this NCHEflE" belere the public, I beg to say thai,
In vlewol onr liberality we will give yon the heist MONKV'M
WOKTH you have ever received. Our PHM'KS are IheWVaDKK
ot tbe 4it, Onr aloek ol HUN'S aad BOW t'LOTUllIU Is Ihe
Linutac ana riiiEJit ever shown la this Iowa.
Put Down ihe Prices and
Push the Trade?
THAT'S JI'ST WHAT WE ARE DOINUI We are nothing, II aol
progressive, and have evinced by the rapid growth ol' onr hoase
iubi our place ia
C0 11 It ONE! I OJIK EVEB1BODY! and see our WAT( HHS.
327 Main St.
BETWEEN MONROE AND UNION.
A Scrap ol History.
To-day closes tha cnntennial yoar of tin
sattlcm.nt of Mnmphis by whita men.
In W1 tbil bluff was Inhabit! by tli
Chickasaw Indians, and in 17K1 W. H.
Oayoso, the Spsniili gnvarnur of Louisia
na, with a parly of troops, took pises
lon of the hills her. by orJer of his am.
ernmont. Unilr his direction, Kurt Ht.
drnando was erettod at thcrv((reof tha
bluff, nrar tha mouth of Wolf rirer.
When the tvnmtry was cMnd totli Uni
ted Ntatos. Lieutenant, afterwards Gener
al Pike, touk pnamiasion of the fort tho
Hnanish crossing; Ihe rivor and erm.tnl
rort Leswrance, near the Military road.
Bhortly after General Wilkinum name
hers and dismantled Kort Ht. Krnandn,
and built Kt rirkeringmiarhhe silof the
Jackson mound, at the .Suutlinrn extremis
tie. of the present city. Tha fort Was
named lor Goneral or Tresident Washinir.
ton's first Secretary of War. Th Hrst
iwnar or in land uiion which Memphis
s built was John Hu b. who .IWw.nl.
tjansfnrrnd his p.mosigni to his brother,
Klisha Rice, and he in turn soltf out to
John Overton. In IHI'.l Urervm sold a
half Interost to tenls. Jams WinnhesUir
and Andrew Ja:kin, and tha preaout
city waa laid out by them shortly alter.
NawOai.aAaa. DecemW IK). 11 !Ui. m
Cotton quiet and unchained. Mid
line, Ul'-ic Males to-day, UU0 bales,
haoeipta, "'JM baies; at Oalreston,
- - Tonn.
my Immense stock ol
mads preientad to arerr Cash Pirobutr
to tho amoaot of Fori Dollar! or orar.
amount la punnbad wo will prosoot tho
tvaiuu ooa uuai..
Mobile, 140; Norfolk.a'iOOj Charlwton, B70
nee. S.oUB,k.r 1. VmJtS'
Ho.lri to-dar s.kui
f"'M I'r.loB.ij.,. ,.SI6.IM-Sff JuS
"hiiiixd pr.Tli.uslr .auj.rss
Una. consumiilioB to daU.... M W,6f.l
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Tht PUBLIC LEDGER Job
Printing Offictand Bindery it note
located at 17 Union street andrtady
for all butincst ojering.
Decline ol Dlea.
Narvoua Weakniw. Dyspepsia, 1m
pnlnnee, Heiual Dobility, oured by
"Wolla' Health Hanewsr 1.
W E Ol KB A UK
kllTAK; E FOB (JEaTLEMKN.
Gentlemen's Dressing Cases,
g Gentlemen's Kid Gloves,
entlemen's Silk Handkerchiefs,
gentlemen's Silk Hose,
Gentlemen's Paris Scarfs.
We Aie Sole 4 Kin's lar v
Keep's Unrivaled Shirts,
llairdosea la a box make splendid aad
USEFUL CHRISTMAS GIFT.
H SEES8F.L, Sr, J T LAWLER ' H RKRojaitr j-
JNO ARMISTEAD, 8 LUNDEE 8KBS8KL- Jr
Memphis Meat Packing Co
SEESSEL, LA.WLER & CO, Props.
SAUSAGE, all kinds of CUREO MEATS and
. " PURITY " LARD
Nos. 5, f and 7 Howard's Row.
ga-PB FHIKTOKS HV.K.HS KL'W MAKKKI , Ml M
H. WETTER & COL
Dsilis to ea'l stUatl.n te th.lr l.ris stock
Brass Fire Sets,
KNIVES, SPOONS AND FORKS,
Also lo their Large Stock ol
L .A. DVC S3 3
or all descriptions, all of whlrh Ihey are selling al extremely
JLm O "W prices.
H. WETTER & CO
SCHWARZENBERG, MAY & CO.
MAKirAtTUHEKS IND DEAI.I UN IN
Stoves, Tinware, Glas3 and Queensware.
Sola Agents far the LILLY WROUGHT IRON RANGE.
aoo jvieain St., ivxora.rtLs.
aaa sjaim street,
MA.!. TsUia BIsOOH.
FINE BOOTS AND SHOES,
AN KIiIQANI VARIIIY IH
Latest Styles, Slock equal to
Custom work a specially. Ueasures taken
UNKHAUER & LEHMAN,
(Ma Mala street, flarble Block
Lata with Otaan.AMBy.
. O. H.
Lata with OrsiU Bros, k 0..
OZANNE, DENISON & CO
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALSB3 IN
Stoves, Tinware, House Furnishing Goods,
Oils. Lamps Refrigerators, Bath Tubs. Eto.
OUTTIRIM0, ROOFING AND JOB WORK DON! TO ORDIR
27, MATN STTT-
BROWNE, The Plumber.
nouae Warm lag.
Mr. OonrKa Arnold, tha well known
and suooeisful contractor and Front Row
merchant, lately bought a house on Jones
avenue. W ith an eye to taste, conveni
ence ar.d comfort and permanent resi
dunce, he had the whole place remodeled,
reconstructed and elegantly furnished. It
is now one of th most commodious,
bright, cheery homes in the oity a mon
utnont to tha owaer's Industry, fore
thought and enterprise, the abode of hos
pitality and refinement, whore friends sre
generously welcomed. And it is pre
sided oyer by a wife and mother capable
to adorn and make ol a mansion a happy
home. The place was only recently oc
cupied, and on yostorday Mr. and Mrs.
Aruoli gars a quiet, social family
house warming in th sha of a
An Sunday dinner. A select party of
near friends galh.red at th house in the
afternoon and set down to a sumptuous
repast, th a last and one of the choicest
Sunday dinners of tba yar. It was an
Informal and an eieeedingly noyable
affair, and the guests of the occasion who
will long romeinlier It, oongmlulalod the
worthy and happy host and hostau n
their suoceu ana positions Ib life.
danatng to tneir health, wished tha.n
their bright little boy and girl many.many
years of prosperity and enjoyment in
tli.ir new and attractive home.
Another cold wave approaches.
Fun and overcoats will be popular to
morrow, outol doors.
It was raining thii morning at Nash
villa, Chattanooga, l'ituburg and Vicks
burg, foriry at Cincinnati and snowlug at
Qodg CiV, Wlrn Kansas
EAT YABIETY OF
J IT BOUWARZCNBERU,
Ossbb. k Mar
OEOROR H nil
Lata with OrtUl Brs. k 0
258 Second Struct
From 2 to Vi below aero was tha stat
or the weather ovarNearaeka and Dakota
this morning, and a norther swept ovei
that region at a pace ranging from 10 lo
!A) miles an hour.
,.?',e"rinl n1 r",do1, weather in tha
W.t Uulf Htate., the Ohio and Tenneuee
valleys, with' fair skies and colder in tha
Missouri Talley, also northwesterly and
no. thcrly winds all around. Is tha weather
predictions for to-night and to-morrow.
Fine FQmitnre at Mmi Prices.
Jheval Cilstss Bedroom Niiifee,
Revolving Book Cases,
Bookers, Bed Loaoger, etc , etc
Ames, Boattie & Co.,
Mala street I6S
Mrs. L. Hesnally
Can be found at 2.K1 8ocond street, up
stairs, where she will welcome all hercus
Uimers. Orders In milllnory and dress
making promptly tiled inif
Mince Plea I nineel'lea
out el pure snaterlala.
ebt A Halter.
Why shoold we ask oar grocer
lor friers . kawrle's eraeker
w".v.'?i. "7 are ai!
ways iresn, jyjj