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OCT co. No. MliGKST- 1H ftlitdUan Hlrot riTV IIKI'llLATION THE OITY. MKMI'HIHi FrMnT Evening;, flwo. 13. 1867 Meteorological Observations. lirolTUD bt idward ooi hsmith December 13th, lHBr. TuxsnnwgTga. Bahovktii, 7 a.m....... w.tT i i.iu.. ... rH 1N.77 tp.ui ViM Moan 2U.7S PlTTSBUHd COAL AND GAS CoS. Brown & Jones', office 247 Second street. Weighed by Connty Inapuctor. II. B. Packr No. I Pittsburg coal- No. 2331 Main street. Fun superior Pittsburg Coal, leave your order at Biglpy, Mellersh &, Co.'s, 25 South Court street. Arrival and Dopartar of Trains. Mississirri axd tsxnibski iailroao. Arrivt OrjtarU New Orleans express, dalle. S:45 A.M. III:. 1 A. II New Orleans mall dally-... 8: IS a.m. A:H0 r-M, - Freight daily, save buudsy. 3;40 r.M. :V)k.U. UIUVUII AND PHlRLBHTnH MAILBOAH. Through emresa. daily.......lu:.ro r.M. 6:10 A.M. Through mail, daily 1:40 p.m. 6:10 p.m. Bouierville to. lave Sunday r:10 a.m. S.-10 p.m. MRMPHIS AND LOOtSTII.1.1 RAILROAD, Pa rupress. -. 4:011 P.M. 7:1" A.M. Nisht Ki press.. ............ 6:00 A.M. fl 00 p.M, Hrownavilla Aiwnm 0:00 I. M. 4:00 P.M, Ticket office s No. Z!"HMain street and at the depot, bead ol Main mreet. LOCALS IN BUIKF. Tlie police court collections this morning were (32 60. Mrs. Wray's benefit at the Varieties last niht was largely attended. Several cases will soon come up be foro the Bankruptcy Court for adjudica tion. , Fitch and Beecher have a discussion at a negro church on South street to night. Poor little Beecher I At the Catholic Orphan Asylum fuir a. very fine pair of pistols is to be voted to the roost popular police captain. A fair, for the benefit of the Catholic Orphan Asylum, will be held during the holiday week, in Exchange Building. Major B. F. Jones has retired from the Jackson (Miss.) Clarion. Colonel Barksrlale, the editor, is now a member oftbt? firm. ' Sallie Williams, a gushing colored damsel, 'is under arrest charged with stealing a pair of shoes from Messrs. J. T. Handlan & Co. Wm. Brown and J. H. Good, arrested yesterday, charged with attempting the life of a soldier, have been released, no evidence appearing against them. James Cain, a Happy Hollowite ar rested several- days ago for beating his wife, was this morning fined $25 and sent to the chaingang In default of pay ment A portion of the clothing stolen sometime since from Mrs. Lou'iBa Payne Wray bus been recovered. Yesterday afternoon two negro girls named Fanny Lee and Lucy Littlejohn were arrested, charged with the theft. 1 '' ' ' Among the gentlemen called upon to run for Mayor are Col. Robertson Topp, Alderman W. H. Passmore, Mr. James Elder, Mr. W. B. Greenlaw and Mr. John Park. Those already in the field are Messrs. Lofland, Fiteh and Beecher. . Mr. J. A. Omberg, of the Commer cial Bank, was married at Grace Church yesterday evening to Miss Elizn F., daughter of the late Robert Graham, Esq. The impressive ceremonies were witnessed by a large number of friends and relatives. Mr. Frauk Mayo, who will com mence an engagement at the New Memphis Theater Monday ' night, is a Shakspereau actor of much promise, who stands high in the East, where he has generally appeared. He will open in Hamlet. Emmons k Son, No. 10 Jefferson street, and 303 Main street, have received the New York Ledger, Chimney Corner, Literary Album, Boston Pilot, Sunday Times, Wilkes' Spirit, Yankee Rover, Our Own Pets, Holiday Pictorial, pirne Illustrated No. 1. Godey's Lady Book and Peterson's Magazino for January, and dailies from everywhere. Tho suit of C. S. Cameron, Esq., vs. Garland P. Ware, claiming 125,000 damages for assaulting him with akuife, and severely cutting his throat, is now before the Law Court. During the can vass, which resulted in Col. Cameron's election to the Legislature, a hostile collision occurred between him and Mr. JVare hence the prosecution. Jo. Locke, 22 Jefferson street, has receivedGodey and Peterson for Janu ary, Budget of Fun, Comio Monthly, LaCrosse Democrat, Banner of Light, Boston Pilot, Sporting Times, Chimney Corner, Literary Album, Harpers' Bazar, Waverly Magazine, National Freemason, Scientific American, Courier des Etats Unis, Harpers' Weekly, all of the latest magazines, weeklies and dailies; he is also agent for the Cincinnati Enquirer, one of the soundest papers published; keeps constantly on hand books, station ery, etc., etc. Almost a Kmc attbi First District . Station hoosb. About twelve o'clock last night the large coal oil lamp pendant from the ceiling of the office of the Adam street station-bouse, fell with a crash and broke. The oil ignited and spread a sheet of flame over the floor. Colonel Beaumont, who was reclining on a bench within three or four feet of the lamp, ran for the water cooler, which fortunately was partly full, carried it to the spot, and by ponring water on the flames succeeded in subduing them before any damage had been done. Do tod want boots and shoes T If to, go to Marsb, Warner A Co, 'a, 46 Beal street, Hickman Block, and examine their large Mock. ' They are constantly receiving from the beat Eastern manu factories boots and shoes of the roost durable material and latent styles, and are satisfied of being a'jle to pUase. Go and see them. ANOTITER TIRF. " Destiuotlon of Buainaaa Tent. tnent House Tha Losses. A few minutes before 12 o'clock last night, flumes issued from about the mid dle of a tenement building on tie south side of Mudison strcot, running from the corner of Third to the alley, and occu pied as busiuess houses, sleeping apart ments, etc At soon as possible the engines arrived and commenced work ing, but could save only the tenomeott on either end. The fire . was first dis covered in the sleeping apartments over Borgsholtz't locksmith aud bell hanging shop, and occupied by some members of the street paving firm of McBean, Bald win k Co. The tenants were Borgahollz, Leoni 4 Co., saloon keepers, Mrs. Pryne, milliner, Enclebrecht, jeweler, Mrs. Everson aud Mrs Lemons, dressmakers, Charles Rogers, and several others whose names could not be ascertained. Mrs. Pryne, who had a small stock of millinery goods, saved scarcely anything, even her clothing being lost. The other tenants saved the greater portion of their stock and furniture. Mr. Englebecht, jeweler, had $2000 insurance on stock, but saved nearly everything. Leoni k Co., saloon keepers, on tho corner of the alley, were equally fortunate. They had $1500 in the Akna, Mr. Borgsholtz is probably the heaviest sufferer among the tenants, losing quite a quantity of tools, locks, keys, and other articles used in his business. We could learn of no insu rance on them. The buildings, which were built so unsubstantially that several of our in surance companies would not take risks on or in them, were erected a couple of years ago by Mr. P.-T. Hughes. Two or three of the tenements running westward from the alley belonged to Mr. J. A. J. Smith, who also owned the shed in the rear, occupied by McBean, Baldwin k Co. as a stable, and one of the tenements Immediately south of Madison, on Third street. His loss will be several thousand dollars, on which there is no insurance. Some of tho rooms in the upper story of tho Madison street building had been furnished by him and rented to different Darties for sleeping- apartments. The other tenement south of Madison, and those on that street, runni.ig from the corner to the stable entrance, belonged to Mr. P. T. Hughes, whose loss will not be as heavy as Mr. Smith's. It is reported that he is insured, but diligent inquiries at the insurance offices failed to develop any such facts. A rumor afloat that several mules were burned to death is ucorrect. The stable proper was barely reached by the fire. It is impossible to arrive at tho extent of the losses. The buildings were mere shells, with only wooden partitions be tween the different tenements, and cheaply constructed out of inferior brick, and odds and ends of lumber. Better structures can be substituted for those destroyed for $4000, and the damage sustained by the tenants will hardly foot p $2500 more. We think $7000 an ut- side estimate of the actual loss sustained. As usual, the supply of water was short, and the engines were compelled several times to susnend operations. Y by are not the cisterns kept filled ? Tits Memphis Militia. In connection with the effort being made to secure payment from the Government for the services of the late Memphis militia, the substance of a letter received this morn ing by General W. II. Morgan from Hon. M. T. Ryder, of the Stale Legislature, will be 'read with interest. Col. Ryder announces the adoption by tho Senate of the House resolution asking Congress to grant an appropriation for the pay ment ef the Memphis militia. He also mentions the receipt of a letter from Col. Hawkins, M. C, a member of the Military Committee of the House, who informs him that the committee has en tered upon the consideration of tho mat ter, and asking that all necessary facts be at once forwarded to him at Washing ton, lu order to facilitate the progress of the claim, all officers and members of the militia possessing orders issued in connection with the militia or other documents likely to be of any service, are requested to leave them with General Morgan, in Lenow Block, Union street, by whom they will be at once forwarded to Col. Hawkins, in Washington. The probabilities are that proper exertion will secure to the late members of tlie "melish" payment for their services. Nothing should be left undone to bring abont (.his act of simple justice. New Memphis Thkatkr. The au- dience last night was much smaller than the merits of the play presented deserved. Miss RuEh appeared as "Mary, Queen of Scots." She looked the Queen to the life, and her rendition of the text was very fine, her enunciation -being clear and distinct. In some portions there was an excess of lameness, bat in the great points she came fully up to the mark. After the third act, containing the stormy interview between "Eliza beth" and " Mary," she was called before the curtain. Mrs. Allen's "Elizabeth" was tame, and with the exception of Mr. Anderson's "Melville," the other char acters were ditto. This evening Miss Hush will take her first and only benefit. For this the thrilling play of Ida Lee has been chosen, the performance to conclude with the Cloekmaker'i llat, in which Mr. Ellerton and Miss Fanny Pierson will appear. Between the pieces Miss Rush will recite the "Maniac" This is a splendid bill, aad will, we trust, secure a crowded hue. JrsT re.-eived at Wm.Yaoakay k CVs, No. 00 Beal street, 10 baskets cf live crabs; S baskets of shrimp, and" 2 green turtle, ona weighing 300 pound, the other 231 pounds, cut op to accommodate saloons for lunch and trstanrants. SI DaT Goons at astonishingly low prices at Lindaoer, Arnold k Co.' a. t Grenteat cloning out mile of the kiPHHon. . lf. Kriuit. A Co. Iinve removed their wIioIchhIc bouxe from .o. S17 fteconcl t reel to their old HtulllNliel hoiiHC, No. 2IS Rial ii Ml reel. corner of Alim, opponlte the WornuHtii IIoiimo, where we will Nell for the next thirty dttyn, rcfftiruleMtt of conI or ml ue. the lii rue t Mock of staple mid fancy dry good, clothing, boot and rIiocm, mid pliuiterM' tmppllet In the city, both wholcHnlo nnl ' retail. IIctM.ll buycrn, n well iih city and country merchant, will do well to call aud Mccure bar gal ii m, n the mock must be sold In the next thirty days, regardless of cont or valne. 91. KIC41S CO., IVo. 81 Main street, corner of Adam Mreet, opposite the Wornham House. 104 Cheapest and bast olothing in the city. ft) B0BES0N. 8 SEED CO. Odb Job Orricc The Public Ldgki Job printing department has been lately supplied with the latest and most ap proved patterns of type, borders and presses, and is better prepared than ever to accommodate the moi can tile public Our prices will continue to be the mos reasonable in the city, whilo our wjrk i guaranteed io give satisfaction. We have the only complete printing office in the city, and will continue to give our cus tomera inducements no others in thif market can afford. Call and see. 1 Great clearing sale of dry goods at Lindnuer, Arnold A Co.'s. t Ladles, visit Whoaton & Co.'s Hat Store, and price their Furi for Ladies, ' Mlaies 'and Children. They have the beat Tars in the olty for the pries. A new lot Jaat re ceived. 93 Important to gentlemen who need the following goods: White shirts, under shirts, drawers, socks, neckties, and a complete line of furnishing goods. Call at the greatest closing out sale of the sea son, whero you can get them at half price, at M. Kraun & Co.'s, No. 218 Main street, corner of Adams. t Go to the great clearing tale at Lin dauer, Arnold & Co.'s, 311 Main street, t ' Cheapest business salts. ' '' ' 88 , EOBE80W, NEED CO. Now is the Time to purchase Dia monds, Watches, fine Chains, Ladies' Sets, and other articles,- at Trudeau & Duke's, corner Second and Madison streets. All goods marked down to cost. This is a rare opportunity, as the goods are all of the finest quality and all war ranted. 92 ! A new Invoice of Tars at Whea ten & Co.'s. Will be sold cheap. Country merchants and planters, that need dry goods,1 had better attend the greatest closing out sale of the season, at M. Kraus& Co.'s, No. 218 Main street, corner of Adams. t CLOTHING AT COST. Drake & Co., 277 Main Street, are selling their entire stock at New York oost, to close justness by January 1. 1863. Fixtures in store for sale. Bead Bobeson, Sneed tc ment Co. 'l advertiss- ; ; 88 Bhiggr & Peterson. Best Pittsburg coal, wholesale and retail We weigh on the city scales. No. 11 Madison Btreot. iobacco. Just received on consign ment, one hundred caddies bright 10s. Edmonds, Pbttiobew 4c Co., 37 Jefferson street Splendid! A few dosen em broidered slippers just to band. offered right to the trade. LBVBTT & CO., 90 336 Main street. Finest Mink Furs In the olty at Wheaton ft Co.'s, 199 Main street. Those wishing to read Miss Augusta J. Evans' new and enlarged edition of Inez, can find it in J It. Sutton k Co.'s circu lating library, No. 211 Third street, cor ner of Jefferson. 93 Don't fail to attend the great closing out sale ef M. Kraus & Co., No. 218 Main street, corner of Adnms. ' ' t Extra Furniture. One fine oak set, new, will bo included, iiemember the hour Saturday, the 14th, at 2 o'clock. The public can always find something rich and racy by calling on M. C. Cayee. Everything uoder tha snn in the paper collar line at M BOBESON, 8NEED CO.'S. Good News of Glad Tidings. Cayce's invalid spittoons have come. Great rush to the Arcade, No. 300 Second street, Tbey are universally believed to be the best invention ever found. - 93 M. Kraus & Co., No. 218 Main street, corner of Adams, are slaughtering goods, regardless of cost or value. t Pure mple syrup.for buckwheat cakes, at Wm. Dean k C&'s, 193 and 193 Pop lar street ' 68 Important to Mechanics. A meeting of all mechanics, manufacturers, and all others interested in building, are re quested to meet on Saturday. Dec ember 14th, at 8 o'clock p in., at the office of D. Wiotter, architect, Irving P,0ck. P9 WHEATON ft CO., '199 Main atreet, have just recs'.T(j a new lot of Ladles' and Mi saes' Furs, of all kinds. Pure maple syrup.for backwheat caket, at Wm. Dean k Ca'a, 1 J3and 193 Pop lar street Best prints at 12Jc; 4 4 bleached do- mcstic.TOc; best 4 4 orown domestic, 13c; at M. Krans ACa'j, No, 21? Main, street, corner c4dam: f Lidies, attend the creat cltiaitg out sale of the season at M. Krao 1 A Co. Their salesmen have imperative orders to sell, regardless of cost or value t My customers are hereby In fotmad that Z am again at work, and now they can get Tsast Pow der, Wash Blue and Ink, at No. 218 PopUr street. X regret veiymuch t laap.olotlog so rainy, but the heels of a mule cannot always be controlled. 92 MATTHEW MURFHT. You ought to have seen the rush at M. Kraus & Co.'s, No, 218 Main street, for the past week. Such bargains have never been offered, Call early and secure them. t Pubi maple syrup, for buckwheat cakes, at Wm. Dean & Co.'s, 193 and 193 Pop lar street. 88 Old IIatb made new. 326 Main st. Go to tho great clearing sale at Lin dauer, Arnold A Co.'s, 311 Main street t Yon can have your light hats dyed the new color (coffee brown) at 3C1 Second street 106 Largest stock of furnishing goods in the city. ROBESOIt, BltEED CO. Cheap Furs at wheaton ft Co.'s. Boots and Shoes at low figures at Lin dauer, Arnold & Co.'a. t A WORD TO THE WISE I Study your inter est I Irico Groce I ries at Vinson's. Mouknino dresses dyed in four hours, at 357 Shelby street twenty 43120 Ol.D hats made new, 364 Second St. MiRKUdS AND CKUBAOT, AND TUB HAPN- Ntsa or Tbiih Manhood. An Essay for Yount Men on the Crime of Solitude, and the Physio logical Errors, Abuses and Diseases which ere- ato impedimenta to MARRIAQE. with sure means of Keliof. Stmt in sealod letter envel opes, free of charge. AilJrosa Dr. J. SKILLIN HOUGHTON, Howard Association, Philadot- I,h!a.Pa. 22-100 The Port of Memphis. The river is falling slowly. White rive'r has three and a half feet to Augusta. The chanacl of the Arkansas contains two feet to Pine Bluff. The Minnie from White river and the Mollie Ham bleton from St Francis river, were the only arrivals yesterday. The Post Boy is the regular packet for St. Louis, leaving at 5 o'clock. The Southerner and Mississippi are advertised to leave at five, and the Mollie Able at four, this afternoon, for New Orleans. The ?t Francis river packet for this evening is tho popular Mollie Hamble ton, Captain Bowman. 8he will leave at five o'clock, and go through all right. The Kate Hart will leave at 5 o'clock for Cairo. 1 Wanted. A situation as steamboat clerk, by a gentleman of experionce and integrity, with best city reference. In quire at the Ledger printing office. t Steamboatmen can save money by get ting their printing executed at the Pub lic Ledger office, our arrangements enabling us to do work at rates that will compare with any establishment in the West We invito steamboatmen to examine our stvles ot worK nna prices. Monetary and Commercial Money Market. Public T.nDona Oppicr. Friday Evonins, December 11. J8o7 This forenoon brokers would not offer more than 35o for city scrip, soiling at 37o. County scrip Is in little demand, and soiling to .dealers for 660. who ask 70o, IVlice sorip is in demand, 80 to 82c being given by brokers. The highest telling rate is 85c. Thcro is little ohang in Tonnoaseo money, which we quote as before : Bank ofTennessee (old icsiro). 2j Bank of West Ten nessee, 40 j Bank of Chattanooga, 10 ; Bank of Middle Tennessee, 90; City Bank. 110; Mer chants' Bank, W; Northern Bank, Mi Oeoee Bank, 10; Plantnrs' Bank, 98; Union Bank, 08; Sholbyville Bnni:, 80; Southern Sank, 20; Tra ders' Bank, DO. Nothing is transpiring in stocks. , Cotton Market. . The markot continues dull and hoavy, under the presmre of unfavorable news from Liver pool and New York. Everything wore an un setted aspect this forenoon, and w therefore omit quotations. General Market. WHM.S9A1.I PRICKS.) APPT.ES-t'ull; s1lint M 6085 barrel. Mil . N-Dull. at ton io store. Vll'TTKR !hoi-e yellow is in fair demand, with little on r' market; selling at 3740o; in ferior at 25 135 e; Jihen, 40c. BKUSWAX-In demjnt t .Wo. BAGUINii- -Quietanddull ; India, 26; V32i0; Kentucky ma oh ne, 'tTia. COhN Tb market rules q let, with a small local trade vloing; shelled white and yellow rule at 851 VJOc; ear corn'ia to area and in dtcoKFkE lull. with a light lobbin trade doinr: pries are firm and unchanged I A10, 27n; Lacuivra. 3tM32i Java, 3s4lo. CHICKENS Market dull, with ampla re ceipts: -eilina- t H CIIEESK t'uiet; Western Reserve, loio; factory. 17 il7 n. CEMKNT-uirtat4rt5bb!. . TAX liLKS Dull at l.Hnfor light weights. Are easier at 35 to 3S dosen. FL' H' R -1 h market this morning wi dull ; family tu fancy. il to 1 per bbl ; superfine, VlS?i ( )uiet, with a fair Jobbing trade doing. North C-r, hna while shad, half barrel. IS 50, family U herring", haif barrel, IS 50; eut herrings. 1 barrel, 13: mackerel. No. 1 bam": $17t ?21 : half barrel. ; kit. 12 5tk.i3 ; iTn i V barrel. 12! ; half barrel. $TlVv 2: No. S. half barrel. 10 ; J kit. j 60: white fish. hall barrel. ,!; dr1 ed cod V pnnd, . , . , . GREASE -firm at ujw r r" - tBent. r,,-,rur, ,:. j .t...dr Oak soles Jft-i.Tilr; .Vi 41c :' u ppers, i duieo. 135 p4'" : skirling. '4k72: Au-enean ei;. M iLASr.''i-Market inaetire: New Uriel ?o'ftc: tomhasa. tic7V;,:. " . . ,k I'ull. with small trade doing; cno French call. lie vrteani Fl 50. hoiee u t..r barrrl. in store. f T.S Steady, with fair receipt! ; selling at M tova-yt-ady at ttrti 50? bbl. In ainre. PROVISIONS The market was qaiet an ,f.de. and a small trade d..ieg: mens pork. l-'w; elr ribbed .idea. U'l"1' ,n?"1 ders. r-el2'-c: bre.vf-t baron. pla n rnT-l n'm'. 1n--1c: r. ar cured. -1 2- I.rd firm, wi h a fair demand; he leaf. U 14'--: tierre, IS413M. . WiTTiKS-Are nail, with litbt receipt. Chn hoic. m'e at 1 75-4 f barrel. . PAINTS. U I UN tit--'" ma-. tire. e aonte wniie .ea. - - 1-: American aire. v" . ' -" - -lln.,i .il. 1 r1 JS; tarpestine.1 1": RYK tKED Dull ; aellioS al II 51 kuhet. . , . Knl'R-Dall: V T f'T machiae. RICE 4,'uiet at 11 )"' . fcALI cieady at -i I3 ? kbL - t-tj t .: .-.I ..mine at fJ " H 50 h lf ker: 2 25 r quarter keg. IM V-Firto.at$25 27 on landing. JIltiES-In fair demand; tint. Ise; amlted. Ht'llAR qarna and stllTi aruhrd and DOW- dr- d, l'j lll'vo i eoltea r ger. 17 !' y. TAI.LOW-ln de.i.akd al M'-ie . TAIt-Qulct at lilo V doionkags. Tt'U'KN"HNK-Firmall)()igallun. Tnn ACi'd-c-iiet. a Una .lock ia on hand and new supplies are renelved daily. We quote naiural hull at f 4U; lanny vimwi'a, new work, II 1 25 1 One bright, pounds ll 111: medium do, pounda. 15iiUIi; eu mon bright, pounds, "KKaJjo; flue fancy smoking, 75cil 50. U HKAT-Ts In fair demand at $2 2042 30 for rhoic while, and II 70 1 1 75 for spring. U II lKYMarkat steady and quiot, wilh a small trade Join. Kales ofcoinnnin at $1 4i4 2 Si: Hnnrb- n I'lfflH. , LIST OP LETTERS Remaining in the rottoffict at Mem phis, Tenn., Friday, Dee. 13, 'C7. Published in the duily newspaper having the I.AK1KT CIIU'l'I.ATIO.N in the circuit of the Memphis Poxt.illicc. To obtain any of thaie letters, the applicant must call for Advertised Letters," give the date of the lift, and pay one cent for advertising. If not called lor within one month, they will be sent to the llrad Letter Utlioe. Place the postage atauip on the upper right hand corner, and leave space between tlieatamp and direction fur post-marking without inter fering wilh the writing. N. B. A nvpieit (or therotiirn nf a letter to the writer, if Miirlann.il within thirty days or loss, wriitcn or printed, with the writer's name, postoOice and Stair across the left-hand end of tlie envelope, on the face side, will be returned free of charge. Letters addressed tu street and number will be delivered free by carriers. tlflire hours from 1 a.m. to 6J p.m. Sundays from tl to 10 o'clock a.m. HUBERT C. tllST. Postmaster, LAD IKS LIST. 1 NDERBON Mies M Anderson Mrs 8 Anderson Mi.-i J Allen 51 im n t. Alen Mrs J Anderson Miss V Brown K lluf-.rd Mrs M lirailotd Mrs K llrilges Mrs W fl Brandaaker Miss M Iloyde Mrs F Boy Ion Mrs M llowin Miss M Bickel Mrs M Rlackburn Mi M E Beaman Ml a K M Batlgett AlUs J M Creed Mis6 R Creigiiton Miss M Co i Mrs Cowdon Airs S R I hambers Airs T P Cramer Mrs 8 Bowel Mi's C Iiowns Airs M Devilt Miis E Davis Mii-s E K Daviion Mii-s F 8 Daman Miss C Eldridge Miss K E Vilwanl- Mrs M II Eskridge Miss 8 U FraimMrsKJ FarrulMrtX fir'nt Mrs M drifting Miss (Joldsbt Miis W Glenn Mm EC Ouiler Mm 0 Hogg Miss 8 R Hopkins Alius 8 HigginsMraA HilJerbrand Mra II J Hilton Mis- V Henricks Misj A I I aril Airs J llsvton M BROWN Mrs M Brown Mis, C B Budges Mrs V Brail In d Misi M liruoe M rs A J llryan Miss A Rolen Mrs 8 Rowirs Airs A T Blak-MrsD Hledithaw Mrs P lie ckhain MissE HatfAl.lL Ball lira h. CRESS BY Mn A N Crefsinan Airs T Crand II Mrs M A Conboy MirS 8 Clayton Miss V Casey Miis M A I ONNAN Miss K I f Donnell Mrs A D'voM Miss J Davis Mr Dan n is Mri J ' ' Dulen Miss K ' Daris Mis- M J l.LMSMrsE Ji Elliott Mrs LA ' Eirl Mrs J M FULTON Mils J ForutMissF GIT LIC Mrs 8 W tirav Miss 11 (lob- r M s R C Hilmore Mi" Yf , OabnyMr R UallawayMrsSB HUNTER Miss A Howard Mrs A HixMrsS. Ilickos Miss V llita Mrs J lledel Mrs N Hardin Mis M Hamilton MiseN llainlii Miss A Haines Mra B- ., , TRWIN Miss C Hall Miss A UalyMraM Irwin Mrs C L ' T0NK3 A Jones Mrs C Jnnei Miss 0 Johnston Mrs A James Mrs A Kelley Mrs M A Karr Mrs Al A Jo ones Miss M Jones Mrs O Johnson Mrs M B KKLLY Af'B M Kates Airs M Karanaugh Mrs M A TOWRY Mrs WR i Lee Miss 8 : Line Mrs J B Ml'RPHY Ml I 8 MnrrUon Miss I Muter AlissS J Mitt or Airs M Alarlin Mrs R A '" Mathew;nn F Mathews Mrs B Maning Mrs J K Lincoln Mra E 1 ee Mrs Al Lavender Miss L Morris Miss 8 Alontaotnory Mrs S D Millard Airs Martin Mra A Martin Mini J T Mavey Miss 8 Manley Mies L cMILLEN Airs P EMcMiller Airs C A 11 MoLeadMrsiJ AfcAnallv Mi.u M AlcLaudy Alra A O'BRIEN Mrs M Unan Mrs V K TRICB Mi's M 1 Percey Miss R pelom Airs N Payn Mra L RYAN Miss B Rogors 8 RigginsAIrs A tlMITH MRS EL tl Smith Mrs S E D Stnnly Mrs A Phavor Mrs H J .. c'coU Mrs A B 'PYLERAfrs V A 1 Tumor A1ra Ji F ThomaK Alis J Tabor MisaR - - WILLIAMS Mra M Wilion AlissJ Wil'onMissL . , Wi Kurd Airs J ' , Weathcrsnion Afrs a Wharton Mrs M P Whiteside Mrs 8 W White Al E .... Webb Mfe-s M II , Wall Mine K - Wall Mrs K JlcCallum Aire M A O'DanolMisaH A Plckott Mrs At Phi jo- Mr K Paine Mrs 8 A Parker Aliss C-2 Rutland Alius S A Robartrnn Aim J K Kceve Mr) L 0 Smith Alias L Soutfrin MiiH R Sontine Mrs L Shelby Mrs Al A S co U Mil's N Turner Miss 8 'Jindlo Airs M E-2 Taylor Mrs MA Williams Mm Al E Wilson Miis E Wright Mra N B Winlrev Mi I A Welsh M s D White Mri W Webb Mrs W II Weil Alias R Wolch Mra W Walke, Mrs AS ! GENTLEMEN'S LIST. ALLEN A D Andrews A II Arche r.Thirley Atkins AAAI a-sworthOW A Co Adams II li Abbingtoi H A Armstrong MT Allen PB Allen P P, Allen Kll AllenS Anthony X II D DOBLEY RellHACo RenetteA J) II llardB Hanks Kov A R Btoom C II II Buchanan C R Hiyas D . Paoon D , Bal'ardDCi Butts U Q i Bas?ineE Brown E 5 - Hall (1 (col) - lie d H ButU II Burkey II Baker II Daine Onpt J Barhour J (co') B ack J K Butler J (col) , Bnnt J Bruce C pt J BuokleyJ HrudloveJ Brad ford J 8 Bradley J T Burnout L A Idas M O Bnshin N B Brown P Bcgley P B -nhain P Be'dun Ir R K Bnrileit S M Bafni rid eS Brown Dr S II Belt W L How-rsWB Barrow W RnnklevWfcol) BuitchW BruwnWD Butler W T "1HURCII A ClantonAfJreerCooper.Fellows Vt-iapM. " r ' "n n Coi, .rakeJit,ot.rn.nera o i v,n v u O Iji-riiowre i . 1'iiwn v l Ci ckraham DK Cooper E B Clore U-2 Cieignt-n II Carter C U Cartrr K Carter 11 L -CreatbJ A C eio-nt J D Cu lin J A Callan J r..T, J -l.ffV.rd 11 Culien H Collin-J F Carver J K Cbrn't J Cook ran i Vf Conley J rack. an J C Co e J U C .raway J a Connor J Curkeet J Coiinellv 3 Collier L Clark M D Chi ton M J Can rail f (col) -2 Cook R S orkin TC-J Chass J A Crjntford L N Cannon I. II Cook Al Custer Ji A Caaoy M Collins " . n T Pontine P Conian CaptP Chapman R C llins 3 . Vfmpr. uoais 1 Link m. I. v.'in- . VM . 1 1 ri-Tr-i-..K..ivi: Cairn I E CarUltierS 1 S naipnu u i y uu... - Crawford W J Coppock W 11-3 Crawford W Crawlord n DRAKE A Dngan BP Denis D V HavisC(col) 1. b. II IV IlHW.V J DecnCC Deyuions E T) Howling J Devilt V Duwling T vi,hv.t, v .. j DensL 11 jr liunn M Drorey 1 J'unu a DourlaSS I r, l'lury A DfcksmW T Dewoody VV L Doigberly W C 11 enng W TTiBI-RTD Eajan r r.avsns jj - 1 'j -, . . ,, kuwarill W N Eason " fJARLKYB FitigraIdD r v.... I. J A Ko.ter J M Ficklin B F nney J W Feehtn P FelU M D L Kletchrr X D Ferrall 8 L Franklin T D tttt V R tlilmnea 0 flatee C L iir....r. ii nr a i l iuii " . .. Uriirogan K Ura-ierO W Oroler II tluldfiorh 11 L tionuley II I a i liond r J tiarvr M Omni. M M lna P Good P UlbbO"S V Iforaion r a ....,.n T J Ureea W B tireanlaw W II i.noia W L TTTNT Harrisons H Harris, Keen Jt llllarn-nnn , Hunter A Beall Ilolvoake, Lon-HigrnsC A HarrioV A nrr v .n.wiuv Hamilton K R Harria K B HammdF HallHC "un"r."...1 'Jr .ii na J a Harris J W Hi bunt 1 L nacketlj Haethorne J llnward J Hender-on J L Harper J llnlm. 1, C Morton M nerrr m Hayea R L Hard T-3 Iicn-l-rron T C Hill W L Hanlev R Hale S Ul) llairbin'-a T ntrris I BuiroiW M Hubert WT T A WLti P D TONF3 A W Jones Allan Jones CBS Jackson K Johnalua F W 'lin t . 7 Jonc- li Jenainl " u Jrmieon J S Jieesr JarrnR JohnaonSE Ju lraT JacllnsT J JuhnsoalJ Jvbniloa W A J Keee II V . keenev Hav JO Keely P P , . 'better B(ool T'lVfJH . Kunkl. I Klrwlnl Kiiubellrf " KilayJ KeechOA Kll. on 8 J OKY A W I.lnd'cr A 1 i l.o in b A Lyons It O W Lopo Fee H i tall an U l.e'isne K ankford 0-4 Love 11 Lutton II Lll..y J Liach J B Lraly M Long 8 Leeti 0 Lawrence J li Love J Lamly J A Lee .12 Leatherburg L Login M 1 J Lee R Limerick 8 Leonard S Lane iv A Jr MILLER A Maury ARB Mown k Vir Mo.' 0 Moore W K Aoo geaon Moore R A Co MiMira 8 A Cu Alahoney C fl Alaaon () Manley O A1ontgiimeryE2 Moody ti Moulten ! Allllan KB Mosby a Alintn J L .Morris J II .Miller 1. 1) Alacy R .Mulligan T Morriaon F Morgan II P Alnora J AtnrriMin ii n J All larr J Alcyer J O Meetiau Al Murphy O-J At alone 8 Atiid ine T Mitck-11 W R Aloore K U Alynott T M-irgun W At a son W W Alallory Ker W W McCOY F Ali Do.nal MJ McA'ist-r A AloNoat I M.drcgor 1U Whallp Mi-LemonJC Co AlcNeall Al.-liiinu K J McCarthy 0 AtcKia-io II Alclloi ough J Mch niuht J M AlcAleiander Al I, annuo J C MrAlullen R J P AlcKeeen R McNiu pR A MollratnryR McLean S II AlcDunu d 8 Alcfcln yVA AlcMakin W fl N0rRISJWN.itRniJ B No'rwood8M N olaon W 11 O'NEILJ O'NcilDr A J O Neley P O'Neil T O'L'o fell P 14LMKR A l'lu.t incr A Powers C (ool) I l'owo.l A Uilhe t 1'orcyKT Poke K Pakcr(12 1'eaouck II Petliford JfJW I'oaston J Pollock J Pan er. aat J Palmer J At Patiero-JE Pillow J I! Porter J W Perkins Dr I1 C Presion P Parker S W Pa'ton 8 8 Parkinson W F I'd'a d W II Philips W 11 Patterson W 8 Pow II W Page W (oel) Patterson E Philips W QU1NLANJCJ UOCY J ReoiMWARro Rnhberts A Heaves J KusaartACo Willchar Richmond B O kohert on C O Richard D-2 Raodo ph I) B HosborogbDltSRunnels U KhodeJW Rogers J Red ford M W Ruga- s Q (col) Reed R I) Robinson R bowleyCoIR Rugera W Rogers W 8 R dfor i W Ji CTK8N A Sulra F K A Co Strain A O-'ne I Hr H-ngleton A J Stewart A W bleeth Writht fihe.win Capt C Shan y D K Sliles F Sullivan O Policy AT Stuart O Snyder (1 a Sbappaid OW2 Souih rd O K Semore H Sullivan J Stevena l tJ II ''rpe J F Stewart I Stone J W .-ima J A Sercomb J W Spain J II Saint J 0 Speck J StebbinsJA Stewart L Sharvey M 0 Kticanoy M N Sloon Al Savior N (col) Saunders CptNSkipw th P Stiles RR Swift R(eo') Sexton R A Stanley R Sjf iillivan X pene-r KK 1 Spigbt 8 8'ewartTS Shipp W L Sham 8 11 SnimnemOrTO b'tocktnn W M Sat.fi.rd Z W Smith J Smith D S.ymourW(ool)Selleck W Sin th W M Smith P R Smith Major Smith HO Smith J AO 'IV1ANCBJ Turner BP Turner CW 1 Todd C F Tulcy E 8 Tomi.son F Taylor 0 W Thornton II C Turoey J Thornton J A Tatuin J Thnma'J V1ANCBJ TuiteJ TownsendJ Turner J H T wnaond M Q Turne- R I hoinas R (J Tennerv R 'I h lun-onS A Taylor 8 A Taylor Key T Turhy TJ .TuylorWF ThroughtoaWF NDERWOOD F VALE S Veal Nabors A Vaughn Gen Vandyke J Co AJ Ysnhouten J J WOOD O Wilson A Tal- Woodfolk B Wilson C A bert (ool) W aldenCH Wheelen C W WaUon D 2 WhiimoreK WWinahipF Wall CaptOW Woods II Wills J Wellington J 11 WiHooxJA Winn J A Weaver J White JW Woodward J 2 Wonthcrford J WarleyJ WilnerJS Wood J E Wodard L(ooI)Wriht Col Mil White U Woodson P Wilkes P Wh te R J Warttoa 8 Wobb W N Wray W II Wayne W Washington W Wharton W B Walker W Waters Vf J Williams T H W'lliams Air W'il iamsJ A Co Will aim TJ William ti "VOUNQ J P INITIALS. Colored Baptist Church 4 Chief Paymaiter USA ABC FOREIGN LIST. Mufsante O Avenel A LectoraQ Caatugino Al Cunio B Seasavego F Fransio i U Fransioli F TI Loit irutto L Lnhoe-que AM Moraia-ttn T Trob'tifn J CLOTHING. CLOTHING! Cheapest in the City, All Cost Homes to the can tr are notwith standing I Examine out Stock! COMPARE PRICES, And be convinced that YOU CAN GET BETTER G0OD3, FOR LESS MONEY, THAN ELSEWHERE I sw CASH is the basis of all our trans actions. ROBESON, SNEED &. CO., 305 Main Street. ss-im-is CLOTHING! CLOTHING I HAVING RECENTLY RKPLEN'rsiIKD my stock of Fall and W intor Clnth'na with the rates styles and novelties which the Eastern market afford, I respectfully solicit examine my stock before purchasing elsewhere. luy sioca is compoacu oi MEN'S, YOUTHS', BOYS' Children's Clotliing .fOBNTS'.YOUfHV AND BOYS' Fl RN- INti liUIHln, 1. e., cllins, I nueran n, I'r.w- era. Hosiery. Linen and Silk ila-dkerchiefs, . l- .. . J .-a II a ta Trn Si It V aa 1 1 SUafi . Carpet B-, Uinbrelln, wJlc, tvdiiptea to both WhoIe?aIe and Retail Trade. COUNTRY MERCTIANT8 are solicited to eiaraine my stock, as I fei l confident I can make it o their interest to boy, as I am deter mined N'lT TO LB LNDErUSUlD by any house in th.eity. .Tl.'HT 5,7 IrH-l, ;i Msin street. Attachment Kotlce. Bice, Ware A Enrel, va. J. V. Penncll. Be fore P. II. Ileinrich. a Justice of the Feace of t-hrlbv county. Teneessee. 1 T API'EAKIStl FK)M AN AFFItlAEIT 1 li el in ibis cause that the said J. . I'en nell is anon-reaideetot ihe 8ut of Tennessee, it is onlered that publication be made in the Memphis PraLic LatMiri for ftur eeeks from .lal. ol ibe p-ndance f said suit, and that he be required to answer the san e in the time nrearrib d hi law, oriudinrnl will be rendered aramst him by default. Trial at 10 e doc a oa tbaTtn of January, WS. . aw 8.-112 P. H. UEIXKICU. J. P. 8T EAMDOATS. REGUUK Tl'ESOAY PACKET! Vor ViclcHbura. Hwlona and the Honda), r2EfiST. PATIUCK.rEi HA R K r . IIULS - Master. J. LKK - Clerk. rnmo splr Din stramer will con., I "'nua in".', ""' lo MemiiMs Erery TnoiIai"' at 5 p M Freiht for New Or'eans w11! T!;"h,'S;p;,d at Vioksburcon the mail lin .om th-I P Rat-aaslnwa hr any other 'Ina. 17"",- Memphis and White ijver PACKET J0MPANY. riafT7r, THE STEAMERS T.-t B0WENA AND COMMERCIAL Will f. rm a SEMI - WEEKLY Unslbetween Memphis and White river, leavinc every TUK3 UAY aud HATLKD tY, a- tt o'clock p.m. JOHN B. UAVI-', Kucerintendent. LEVY A M1LLKK, AguU. No. 2f,2 Front street )tH-t ? aT aj a n K a a CO SO ! I K e fj gs e W a. O e p 5' trs tu tn II! SI il IV a I j m E I i' H 8 M M 2 HAVINO reeeived a line assortment nf Australian, Bruiiliun and .Scotch Pebble Specks, I invit the citirens of Meiuphia aud surronndinir country to come and eiamine my stock. Having bad many years experience aa an Opti cian. I latter m viol I to suit any one in seed of (lasses. All noods warranted. . J. GUMBINGER, No. 214 Main street, ; Opposite Cluy Puilding. BW Certificates nf prominent Physi cians and oititensof Memphis who have examined and used my Pebbles ca be seen at my store t 1,001) NEWS Tor the HOLIDAYS ! GROCERIES, 2w GREEN AND DRIKI) F IITS, Preserves, Jellies, . v,j TOK.1CCO, OIGAUS, ETC., : iND . , , Confectioneries "J IN ALL THEIK VARIETY. WE HAVE RECENTLY BEEN PLACED , in receipt of a large nnd most well selected I'ockof FANCY Glt"fJKKIKS, n o., consist- ! in. in part of ALMONDS, KILBEKT8. . PEOANS. BRAZIL NUTS, CITRON, hAl- , SINS, CU b RANTH, FMS, JKLLIES a-d PRESERVES of all kinds, 8 V O K 8, PIChLES, CAN FRUITS, TOYS, and . variety of other art ole.is too leng'hy for enu , meration. We are also in receipt of regular, shipments nf Oranges, Lemons and other green Fruits, arid invite he attention of our old cus- ' tumors and 'he public generally to our stock, .. feeling confident that our lengthy business X perience enables us to give eutire satisfaction to all of our many patrons. TENNESSEE STEAM ; CANDY MANUFACTORY. ; Our Candies will be furnished fresh daily as heretofore, and guaranteed pur We manu- fua ure nono but No. 1 articles, and that this fact ia appreciated a liberal patronage demon- ' etratcs. aer Particular attention paid to tha filling of . country ardors. L. ROCCO A CO., Importers, 200 and 292 Second street, cor. of Marlisoa, 8(1-1 1 Christmas is Coining! , AV1IEFLER, PICKEXS & CO., ; Ilave the only complete stock of WOOD AND WILLOW WARE - IN THE CITY. Brooms, Bruslies Cnrdase, Etc.. An extensiva and cerefuHv sn'eoted stock of , TOY8 AND HOLIDAY 0"OI)f is now open to deelers an-l the reta l trade. Our eupeilor ' facilities enab'eus tn supply gods in -or Hut) AT LOWEli KATFS than can be found else- where in the oity. Cull and see us, at 330 Main Htrent, Between Union and Monroe. 110 a Oreclitors HAV'NO CLAIMS 0TNST TH"! E9 tnte of Jam Maiestn, dec-ased, are herehy notl e I to 01 thei cla im, nrni erly au theutio ted, wih the under iened within tha time pre cri' ed br law. or the same wi 1 barred. Pereoi a indohiel ti the estate will come forward id pay the same. NICHOLAS MaI.ATESTA. FKANK VACCsKO, Adminis-rators. 5iJ Vain street. Ed. B nag a PirguTT, Attorney. H-Vt Aiiuliiiratr'M Solloe. s-TlAKE NOTICE THAT ON SATURDAY, I .u. ... a . . Ar i'-i,..,i.s. ... . . v. residence of the ete Levi Lowrenee, deceased, . L (I I . 1 .. 1 f.. .. ;i. I .li lt II 111 VjI. W I'l-ll'i I , ... v. i.ii.n- i. ma city of Memphis, I wii offer at public le. to ine nisnrav ininmr. on in, si looiniin uius, mn . i I u n, ( 1. - .1 .. 1 : . I. iri,iinsi i-i ipf-ui i.j vi in- iiciirniru, p-id -i-,- ng of ho'se, mules. cattle, two sprina w gone ind harness, one four hnr-o wavon, one buggy BnU RS'nDEP, lilluiina illlli rnriii,, T-llT. -ipo, one lack. AH sums und'rSCO will be required in cash, and two good securities nn notes or 1 . .... .mount. Prm ailv n-lv Hnli vnr.l iiniin oomplianee with fo-ee tnir terms. FR4NCIS LOWRKNCE, Adm'x. necember V. lHrt . . Wr IVo CUre, IVo I'ay! FORREST'S jr.VIPER TAK 13 WARRANTED TO CURE coughs, c it our, THROAT AND LrNO THREAPED, OR the price positively refundd when a fair and impartial trial is given and on relief ob tained. TRY IT, TK IT I and if not satis fied, yoor money will be refundel, aa above stipulated. F GOODYFAR, Drnrgist. Wholesale Age t, 3M Secend street. BT Price Ns? per bottle, retail M- K W. McM illan, vs. V. 11. Meriwether. Be fore W. S. Walton. J. P. 'IMIB DEFENDANT. V. H. MERIWETn I er.will take notice that aa site- hment was issued against hia estate for the anm of twe hundred and sisty-nine dollars (fkTi, ai-oa the gronnd that he is a non-resi tent ef the rotate nf 1 enneis.ee, aad the same harirg te returned levteil, et., il is there ere ordered that said def- n lant entr hit appearance i a er before the 15th of Jannary. I-tW. ai d rl--a.l, answer or demur to sa d plaint (Ta eorep'aint, or the same will be taken for enefesaed and tee case set lor hearing nrarie: ard t al a i y of this order be published on- a week f r f ur saereseiTe weeks in the Memeh-s Ptai.io Li Gia. This Ueeember llih, l-7. uaw ST-lli W. ti. WALTON. 1. f , SPECTACLES, SPECTACLES !