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PUDLIC DIRECTORY."
I COTTON TICS.-
a DVCKI IMHMKNIbAKI INMKHTIDlfl
t fhia ( initiate ai ir enu i Hue per aionia
A
WRS, UKATTIK A JON fcS, UKALKR8
In lerpei-, furniture, tin., .wo vain it.
JiJ li J
a ebt Hi CUAt'tL
J 1 1 .men do end Li
L (MaTilOUlai), (hJH.
nua iiraeie,
1KI
Ji.llii
KH1U8 FKTKRSON, COAL DaALES
n II Madieon atreet.
1AK0LINA I.NHtinANCKCOMPASt.WI
J Slain atrtt, J. 11 fcilnionili"n. uenk
Dy lVkltmor
riAVCK. M.C.4C0.. Al'C'nuNtKHlJ.JuU
(o.
rifleen Cents Per Work,
Mir.
' H: Tiinr
, J moui d it ml,
L1
1LA1. VANCB A ANDKKSON. ATTOR-
V Beyi-et-i.i
Street, Matr.ph
Bri-t-l.aw. rialdo Muilduis. 15 Madiaoa
II. Ta
.TtALVARYCHlMlUU (blMSCOl'AU.COR.
V Keetiitd en Aunnteu., e. Dr. hih.
1ENTHAL MkTHODIST CIU'RCII. 1711
J Union mreet. Kay. J.T. 0. Cnlluu. paitor.
TTilRlK TiAN CHURCH. COR. UnT13
J end Mulberry wrwii. Key. Ilr.Cattkry
.O0N..KKUAT10NAL UNION CUUKCU,
J Union atrml, bat. Inlra en pet'lo.
1ONUKKUAT10N BKN EMKl'U (IHKA
J hl,i i h), eor. Seeond ami tlonrntat
nllMBKKLANU
J Church, i'ourt It.,
pkksbvtkrTan
I'ourt it.. bat. BMHind Mid I bird.
1 KAN A l 0, WM.. l'.'d AND HHH PoFIaR
I itreet, dealer! In tlroeenei, leaf, ele.
TjV!KINnON, J. W. A BKOTCOTTOS
17 Factor. Jll rront street.
TR')MilOOLK A 00.. IRUU(iI8TS. KTC.
J f m Min itr-at. bet. Haynito and MrC.II.
I)
UNCAN. ROBERT P., ATIOKNKY At
Law, wo, 13 V Uourt air'-et.
IjMHlUR. AMIS 00., MARBLK AM)
L bton Work, eor. 2d and Adairm ta.
EMR8T MKTHODIST CHURCH. SECOND
l atreet, near ropiaf .
IMBST BAPTIST CHURCH. 8KC0ND
J at., near Ariame, Rey. A. U Mil!
IMBST PRKSBYTKRIANCUUKCU.OOR,
of Poplar and Third street.
TANNERY. JOSKPH. FRACTICAL
Plumber, im and Mean Jfip niter.
fferaon street. j '
(1 A YOSO BAVINOR INSfTtUTtOX,
f Bankint; Bonea. 19 Madiion street, K. M.
' Avery. Caahlor. John C. Lanier. Prea't.
01 RACE CHURCH (EPISCOPAL), HER
T nandn street, bet. Pontotna and Vane.
0WmMnER, J., DEALER IN 6PKCTA
X elea. 2I7K Main atreet.
ITKATH, LEWI8
A r RAZCR. ATTOR-
J I neyi a' Law,
TTERNANDO
Law.H. F. eor- Sfeond and Union.
INSURANCE COMPANY,
Jl 17 Mailiaon at., 8. B.
. V llliamnnn. Krea u
I" NSURANCK. LIND8EY A VRKDEN.
JUKJVff. Ajenla. IJMadion Plreet. 1M
tOHNSON'H PRIVATE MEDICAL DIB
al PVNRAHY. 210 Main at'eet. i
K
KAliS A CO.. DRY GOODS, NOTIONS,
ele., Vl.i Mam atreei, near eor. oiAaama.
ITTLETON A CO.. INSURANCE AU'TS.
j 11 maniron atreet.
ESfPHTB A OHIO RAILROAD DEPOT.
bead ef Main atreet.
TVf EMPHIS CITY
TRANSFER COJIPA-
ny'a elTiee. 19 JefTeraon atret.
M
IPOU. T. B., ATTORNEY AT LAW, NO.
2.1 Jeff raon atreet.
Hf ON8ARRAT k CO.
AUCTIONEERS,
Tliui Block.
MURIO, PIANOS. CABINET 0R0AN8,
Musical InKtnimenta and MniioaJ Mar
thanrliaa, at F. Kalaenhaoh'a. 817 Main it, '
MOORK A WKST, INSURANCE AQ'TS,
N. W. eor. Main and Madiaon ati.-
ACKER, H. B.. DEALER
I bun eoal, Na. Mln it.
IN PITT8-
PAINTERS
MATERI-
, I McDonald A Cole. 44 Monroe at,
T)0LICB COMMISSIONERS OFFICE. No.
X 4 Madiaon atreet.
TnaTnPvfnR. cor. JES
third tret, R. 0. Oint, Poi'maiter.
T) ANK1N
KTITR018 t CO.. FRUIT PRK-
Jl
aerr'r Jtone. Na. 400 Shlt-y ft. "0-2
T)ICH A ENOLE. DEALERS
J flooda, 224 Main itwet,
IN
DRY
T)0Y8TER, TREZEVANT A CO., AUO
J V tioneera, TTfi Si-eond street.
T)U8SELL, GROVE A CO., OAYOSO PLA
Jininf Mill, 211 Adami itrnt, at of the
CMITH A
LKKOH. WHOLESALE DEAL-
era In Linnor. .142 f eoond itraot.
nifTrMl mi . . n V Tl n..D
OLD
O Reliahle Praiyht Line," 9 Martiaon treet
OECOND PRESBYTERIAN
nor. Main and Boa) street.
CHURCH,
ST. MARY'S GERMAN CHURCH (OATH-
OLIO), eor. Market aad Third gtreett.
OX. LAZARUS CHURCH (EPISCOPAL),
O Madison atreet, et of Third.
IPI. MA-Y'8 CHURCH (EPISCOPAL),
IT Porlar
r atreet, near Alftbnma.
PETER'S CHURCH (CATHOLIC). COR.
Adama and Third atreeta. .
rpiTUS A CO.. COTTON FACTORS AND
' J Cnmroiiio Merohanta, 10 JefTeraon it
riiKUDKAC A DUKE. CORNER MADISON
I and Seeond ita , d al in Jewelry, elo.
I0WNFS.A TORRANCE, COTTON
I tor. 2(K1 Frent rt ent .
FAC
fH)BACC0 AND CKUR8-A LARGE AND
I auperior it ek at Thnrmond, FoaterACo 'a,
Tobaeooni'ta, 7 Monro, atreet.
"7"BNAB1 B HAW MILL, ON WOLF RIV-
er, north of the Bayou.
WHKKLER, PICKENS A CO., DEAL
IN
1J Wood and Willow Ware, ete.,
,v0 Main at.
W UlTMoKK A CO., STEAM JOB PailN-
T let
(era. 13 Madison itreet.
YE0MANS, 8. P.. ATTORNEY. OFFICR.
(with Wright A MeKiaeiok), Kit Williami
B'ofa. Jt
GREAT CLEARING SALE!
-AT-
LINDAUER, ARNOLD &C0S,
No. 311 Vain Street. .
1fE ARK DETERMINED
TO RETIRE
IT
from the Dry Gooil Bueinus, and oonaa-
qucnUy offer our , I '
IMMENSE STOCK
DRY GOODS,
AT TJNPRECEDENTEDLT ,
LOW RATES!
M-t
LUMBER, LATHS,
AND-
C0O,00O fed Cjprcss lumber
200,000 " Toplar 44 t
300,000 Laths and Shingles.
T ITAVEONHASD AND AMCONPTAST
1 It aawin a f II au piy f Cyri aod P..
lar Lnmlr bf all dnneDaioni, Let',' andhia
aief; and am pt-et.Mred to fil o?ririoa aaert
Botire.at LO t'.-rCAbH PRR'b-i.
-Mill and Laoiler Yard o W. TIT
Immediaiety north ol .Bayo. Gayoae.
O. M. VENABLK.
w oo r . ;
S00 CnpriS I'BT-W0CD. AT M PEK
M-IM0""' TFATI.F-fFAWMILt.
Creditors
HAVIJCff CLAIM AflATXPT TnK KS-
ate of Jam Mlai;a. 6eeeal. a
Kwey ai.tt' .4 to fIT ii-.t ra-iaa. tirly aa
lheotiiterf. anil tea aad.-r-ie.i, w thia the
tima prrrih.4 a? .w. t tre aa. wij he
)mi. Icxai imfmM to ta. aatat. anil
. forward ' - i . ? t -. m.
i V al ATISTA.
FK li VAfXAhi'.
A dimrrw.ra. l-i Mail atreet
b. Britt Picarrr, AUorMJ. ao-t
VOL. V.
PUBLIC LEDGER.
rCBI.THHH
VRT AITIRN00N. EXCEPT 8UNDAT,
E. TTniTMOBE 1X1) F. A. TYLER.
Under the firm name of .
WIIITMOItE St, CO.,
ITo. 13 MadUon SbHt,
The Prai.tft T.annaa la aerved to fltT anVtierl
ban by faithful earriera at K1ETEKN CENTS
per week, payable weekly to the camera.
Rv tnail (in ayl..BMil . fln Tear, tfl alt
month, $4 1 three monthi,$2t on month, 75
oenu.
wadealen mpplied at 5S eenta per eony,
Commnnieationi uDon auhitkita of ceneral ln
lereat totba publie are at all timea aooeptaDia,
selected mannaerinu will not d. reiuraoa.
RATES OP ADVERTISING :
Fint Inaertinn.... 1 00 per aauar
Cttbaequent Inaertions. ,...-. o" .
For On Weak..-. . S (10
ForfwoWeeka 4 M "
For Three Week........... 00 "
For On Month- . . IM "
Dlinlayed adrertlfemenli will bechanred ao-
eordina to tbaaPAOa oooDpied, at above rate
there being twelr linea of aolid tyj to tb
lnoh.
Notieea In local aoiumn Inaorted for twenty
oenta per lin for each insertion.
BpeoiHl Notioea inierted for ten enU per line
lor each inaertion.
To regular advertiiera we offer inperior In
dnoementa. both a to rat ef ehargoi and man
ner of diinlaTina their favors.
All advertiKemente ahould he marked in
neeine lenrth of time thev are to be nuWl iabed
i not ao marked, they will be i aliened for on
month and charged aororJinaly.
Advertiaementa nnbliihed V intarvali will b
ehargoa One Dollar per aquar lor each mser-
uon.
All bllla for advertiiirir are da when con
traded and imvable on domand.
VA1I lettera, whrlhor upan bnilnea or
otberwu, B'uit be addreaava U
WKITIWOHB ft CO.,
t . t . Pnallhpra and 'ProprintoTr
iSTGen. J. A. MaUby, military Mayor
of Vicksbnrir, died last Thursday.
ftgU Negro minstrelsy had ill origin
just after the close of the war of 1812.
VST Mr. Ahem, of the New York
Gazttit, has announced the discontinu
ance Of that journal. It was started by
Mr. Sweetser, who seceded, and now
conducts the Evening Mail
BgL, A quarrel between Mr. Robert
artmell and Mr. J. R. Woolfolk, of
Jackson, Term., a few days since, re
suited in the former throwing a brick at
the latter, which struck bim in the front
part of the bead, fracturing the skull and
producing death the following day.
1ST" A clergyman asked some chil
dren, "Why do we say, in the Lord's
Prayer, ' TFAo art in heaven,' since
God is everywhere T" He saw a little
drummer who looked as if be could give
an answer, and turned to him for it
"Well, little soldier, what say yoa?"
" Because it's headquarters."
There has been a debate on b.p
tism at Newtown, Del., between Messrs.
Jump, of the Methodist Episcopal, and
Flippo, of the Baptist Church, at the
conclusion of which, says a local paper,
all the Methodists were converted to
sprinkling, and the Baptists to immer
sion. ' A Brest triumph for Messrs.
Jump and Flippo. ' 1
tgL. There, have of late been some
migrations of dissatisfied Southerners to
British Honduras. It is now reported
that the Duke of tiuckingbsRi, Foreign
Secretary of England, has officially and
peremptorily disapproved of the land
tenure and other concessions granted to
Southern: American companies by the
colonial Executive. 1 Hiving thus bad
their special privileges taken away, the
immigrants are said to be disheartened,
and to contemplate a retnrn to the United
States. ' :
"It is announced thaf the laborers
in the employ of the contractors for
deepening the Illinois and Michigan
canal, working about twenty-five miles
from Chicago, some four hundred in
number, recently struck for higher wages,
and refused to go to work unless their
demand was recognized. They have
been getting f 1 75 per day, and demand
$2. The contractors refused to yield to
the demand, and are now filling the places
of the strikers with new men at fl 75
per day.
tiiJThe advance guard of the Abys
sinian expedition from England has
landed at Zoulla, and is reconnoitering
that inhospitable country. The report
made is not very inviting. Ia the country
they tra-ersed now for the first time
visited by Europeans tbey found but
little water, and that in wells. In parts
the thermometer ranged at 110. The
puses were through beds of torrents,
with toge masaes of rock on every side.
These diffieultiei will probably be found
to be worse enemies than King Theo
dore's troop.
tSTThe New York Conititntional
Convention has been a fruitful theme for
newspaper malediction of late. It has
no friends. The New York Sun says it
is a " slow coach," and drags along at
a pace that would dirgnst a snail Ac
cording to the reports, the body finds
itself wi.hout a quorum every second
day, and hi thus obliged to adjourn over
without doing any bsainess. It should
be remarked, however, to ih credit of
the members, that they draw their piy
with regularity and promptnea. A few
days ago a member proposed a reaoln-
. , ... . , ...
ioa to tr.urci mat inej ir.ouia oraw
pay ca'y for tb days os which they do
boiineia, bk Is propotitiosi was
promptly voted down.
Memphis;'' Tennessee, monday evening, decembeimg.iisq?.
Mors Absnt the It" Domingo ' Hnrrlosn.
It was not so mnch a bnrrican proper
as a furious, drenching storm of rain.; It
began at about eight o'clock am, and
blew in fits and roaring gusts till past
midnight The great damage to the
shipping and larger building ill lb tit y
, was done at the beginning of the. blow
But all during that terrible day the wind
and rain seemed to combine to continue
steadily the work of destrnction. The
first crasb of the gale unroofed wbole
streets of thatch-covered houses,'' and
shook and loosened tiles on flat roofed
Moorish palaces, built by the younger
followers of Columbus more than three
hundred and fifty years ago.' Old trees
that bad withstood the gales of centuries,
fell as if the ax was at their foot. The
rain came down in such masses that it
seemed as if a mountain torrent was
running tbrtagh the air, bearing on its
surface leaves and branches of trees,
fragments of timber, bats, handkerchiefs,
and miscellaneous lot of dry goods
(dry no longer), and even fruit. Cocoa
nuts were whirled through the city like
cannon balls, and added to the fright of
some who thought the horrors of another
siege was to begin. . - ;
The poorer classes, who were drowned
out of their housei, snatched hastily
what littlo poor valuables they hap
pened, to possess, and waded -through
the flowing streets to the churches.
Tbeir blessed doors stood open as usual,
and nevor did more stricken wanderers
pass their portals. The grand old cathe
dral on the Government square, begun,
ns an inscription over the front entrance
inlorms us, in. 1514, and completed in
1540. was crammed with a weeping, ter
ror stricken multitude. There whs not
a living thing to be acen in the streets
except, when, at long intervals, some
desperate adventurer, at the risk of ni
lite, would pick or crawl his way along
under too lee ot the walls left standing,
from one to the other of the old churches.
in search of some missing relative or
friend. -, ...
. What added to the dreadful gloom was
the ponderous thump of toe breakers all
along the line of tbe sea-wall ot tee oitr,
which at times seemed to shake the very
foundations of tbe chnrches, and caufed
a err of "earthquake in tbe crowd
Thank heaven Ibis appalling crown of
disaster, wbicb bas been withheld forth
many centuries from this venerable and
historio city voce the metropolis of the
Western world was spared to os. la
the midst of tbe universal desolation
whioh prevails there is a sentiment of
gratitude in the breasts of these poor,
destitute Dominicans that matters are
no worse. Tbeir churches were com
rtaratively uninjured, and this thes
limcle minded devotees regard as
special token of remembrance of heaveft
Before this late visitation Santo Do
mingo City was famous chiefly for its
magnificent ruins, and for one revisiting
tbe city to day would not at first glance
be impressed with any sudden change
wrought in the fortunes of its tobaoitants.
All tbe prominent edifices remain stand
ing. But the desolation is in tbe cabins
of the noor. Thousands are houseless.
The roofs of their dwellings being blown
off in the first heavy gust, the ram after
wards deluged and spoiled everything
the shape of furniture, wearing appurel,
bedding, etc, so that large numbers
have saved nothing but the clothes they
stood in. Some of these poor people
owned a "burrow" or donkey their
only treasure, with which they did a kind
of slsw-express business about town
others kept a few hens or a few goats, or
a cow. A great part ot these domestic
animals were killed during the gale.
The roads to the interior are in bad
condition, being choked with fallen
trees. It is reported that many natives,
with their animals, were drowned in
attempting to cross the suddenly swollen
rivers to tbeir homes. The Niqua river
rose to an unexampled hight, and swept
off a large quantity ot copper ore belong
ing to the Hanto Domingo Copper Com
pany of New York. The camels em
ployed in this company in transporting
ore to tbe seacoast, I understand, were
not injured, as they lay lit, with their
long necks extended on the ground
before tbem, according to their custom
in tbe desert
There will be great suffering among
the lower classes for some time to come,
for, unlike the other West India Island i,
we have no mother conntry to look to
for relief. The government bas appro
priated f 25,000 for the sufferers, but this
is but a drop, and government and peo
pie are now poor alike. Cor. Nev York
foU .........
Our Beloved Governor in Court.
From th Knoxville Free Pren
Some very imnortont cases are being
argued in tbe United States Court at the
present term. Ins case of W. II. oneed,
bills in equ'ty against W. G. Brownlow
and J. A. and Robert Pickens, adminis
trators of Samuel Pickens, baa been
before the Court since Tuesday last.
Messrs. Andrews, Champion and Nelson
are for respondents Brownlow and Pick
ens, and Messrs. Deaderick, Sneed and
Crozier of counsel tor complainant
Sneed. The case, as we understand it,
comes up on demurrer of respondents to
complainant's bill.- AH the counsel in
tbe case have concluded their arguments
except Mr. Nelson, who will probably
conclude to morrow. . '
The law case of J. R. Cnap vs. Cham
berlain was also before the Court on
yesterday, on demurrer. It is an aotion
at law by tbe plaintiff for furniture of bis
taken during the war by defendant as an
officer of tbe Federal army. , This rase
nvolvea the Question whether an o Dicer
of the army has the power and right to
seize tbe property ot a ettiien, ad sell
it for the benefit of the United States,
iihout a judgment or condemnation of
... . .
some court loe eases ot ao?ea vi
Brownlow and the Pickenscs involves the
question whether two judgments obtained
by the latter against tbe former, during
the war, are void or not
Judge Trigg is presiding in the court
ith his asual patience and urbanity,
and we believe the entire bar and peo
ple have the higheat respect and appre
ciation of bis ability and integrity.
Bechir's tmoa t tit Vtrthants.
The Rev. Henry Ward Beecher deliv
ered a discourse in the Brooklyn Acad
emy of Masio on Sunday to the New
York ojarrhants, and re g!a 10 per
ceive that They attended in large um
bers;, lbfT require liitl d fi cation
and pioui connjeL W hope there wrr
acme bank directors and managers ot
railroad aad ferTy companies fa the eon
gregatioa; for tbey ar more in ned of
a good stirring P of tbir consciences
thaa tb snare bants. But there is another
f mmeot (lass, and that is tbe preachers,
whom Mr. Beecher ought to take
hand, and w hope be will give nes
Sunday to tbem. Ibere are no piov
people who are more iaj waotof spiritual
and thorough reformation - than the
preacher. They are about in tbe same
oonditicn tbat tbe monasteries and non
neries were before ' Luther s time.
Beeober seleoted as a text for tb mer
chants, " Who bath taken this counsel
against Tyre, the crowning city, whose
merchanla are princes, whose tra (Beers
ar the honorable of the earth V We
suggest that a good text for the sermon
to the preacher would be tbe 27tb vert
of tb 23d chapt.rof St Matthew, "Wo
unto you, scribes and Pharisees, hypo
critesl for y ar like unto whited sepal
chres. which, indeed, appear beautiful
outward, but ur within full of dead men
bones and of all uncleannets I" Ntw
York Utrald. '
' Tb New York Independent, Theodora
Tilton s paper, which it ia well known i
intensely Radical,, ia utterly disgusted
with the ton of its Republican cotem-
noraries. It says: "Half the Republi
can journals, East and West, for the last
six months, might as well bave been
written in water. We have never known
so great a general lameness in the polit
ical utterances of th ltepubucan party
as at present.
' Some of the white and black Radical
about Meridian, Miss., having threatened
tbat bell was reedy to break loose,
the Mercury warns them that there are
good many white men who don't care a
continental how soon it breaks. '
The Jackson (Miss.) Clarion adver.
tisea a fellow named Jacob L. Myers, who
was about to marry a young lady of
Jackson, but wbo bed when the discovery
was made that bo had a wife and child
in New York.
It is rumored that Harriet Beecher
Stowe is thinking of editing a weekly.
devoted to woman suffrage, in. Boston
Tbe New Orleans Tribune, conducted
by niggers, has been appointed the official
paper ot tb Louisiana Convention. ;
A Maryland paper brings out its old
cuts ef runaway negroes to illustrate the
Radical chase for oflioe. ,);., ;
An inveterate punster says: Mower is
no more, and New Orleans ia happy.
WHITM0RE & 00.il
7roprletori3oCth
PUBLIC LEDGER
ST re AM
PRINTING WORKS
No. 13 Madison Street
",.'1 I
KK DAILY KXECCTINQ ALL KIKDS
JOB PBINTING,
IN A ETYLX
Unapproachable In ILIs Market
AND AT
LOWER KATES
. TUAJT ALL ".COMPETITORS.
Oar old ttraa knew sad pprait tl
abore facta, and all vt ak of others Is for
them t
GlVli US A. XII I AL I
he Fastest Froscv '
Kewest Styles cfTrpe
s
Large Stock of Stationer j.
Exceedingly Low Ecnt,
Tetetber'wlth th larr ratreiar tstoe'e
at, reader It la ear ver t tr laaae
ni la rice waica ur at4t.uw (
afford U giva
-oa-P XW CHOICE GROCERIES, TEA; 1 3 ?
a g an'd i n 3
11 iT'M''- PROVISIONS I . ''!
pm ta 1 v - . . L
MECHANICAL.
JOSEPH FLANSERY. ;
PRACTICAL PLUMBER
Cas and Steam ripe Fitter,
'' S3 aTeflforison t., :
rt .. . ,. ,. -...- . - I
MBMPHI9."' f ; t : TENN.
KEEPS C0X8TANTLT ON ITA1ID A WELL
QELECTK!) STOCK OF IRON : t
AND BRASS LIFT AND
' 1T0ROR PHMPS. I IM
T. S. JUKES,
TIB, COPPER AND SHEET-IRON WORKER,
I " I ";' ' - AND DIALS! IS i , '
STOTES AND TI WARE.
'v particular attention paid to
PUTTING UP AND REPAIRING FURNACES I STOVES
1 1, .. ... i . ': j . :
i . .. . 'i
Cotton Brands and Btonoll Plates Cut.
ROOFTNO. GUTTERING AND OKNB
ral Job Work promptly executed and war
ranted. Also, sol manufacturer of .
JUKES' RAILROAD CAN,
tb beat Can now mad for shlpplnc oil,
Used by the principal Prueuisti la th eilj,
and five onirerial aatisfaetion.
, T.fl. JUKES,
i !l Pewnd ntreet. Memphia.
L. O. TOHNIIS
T.iiiomru
TONNIES & ZIEGENFUS,
f ' ' " Manufaotarars of ' '
Show Cases, Writing Desks, Ete.,
. & . n r ( - i 1 , i ; j
.- ,r.:au Mils.- Btrsst, i
BETWEEN ADAMS & WASMXQTOX
PICTURE A ND LOOKING GLASS
Frames and Cornice" mule to order.
" All work neatly done and warranted.
REPAIRING. VA K N ' 8HINO,
POLISniNft AND GILDING,
ef rerr dearription, a the beat ttyl and at
pHce ( th Haw. -.OT
AMES, BEAT TIE & JONES,
OFFER AT Till
t- ! l; . ' .- -. . i I
Lowest Prices,
CARPETS
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And solicit a visit to our Store, j
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300 t Main : Street,
Befor purchailng elsewhere, aad
We Guarantee , We Will Eot
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NEW GOODS.
" RICE & ENGEL, .
824 Main Street.
ARI RICEIVISd THEIR
FALL STOCK
-or- -
Staple and Fancy Pry Goods,
Boots. Iboat, Bats, Ready-Mad CletMnj
ISO '
PLA.Tl.TIO.V 61PPLIES.
rl IJ!0 PAT FPKCTAt ATTf TniTV
lit lhul,itfrllM anil ailrrlM fA
PUntaiioa ."-arrliea fura.1 wkaBayfaTor u
wlk ttnr Mau,. 34 101
1 I'VIvrsTRATnn SKTTl.FMEVT TV
j CaaaiT C.rt ( -ha hw ett.att.T the
iinnj aaa r.M.tora rf J-aBtltaa Alhri! u d-
eead. NVtira la hrby rTri 1 at I h va
1 -a iye:t wral o ! ti ef Jonathae
Albtiat. nr,,t. ..ih the Ci.tk r ..,4
! thu I wi'.l ap-.y far eaatrwat,.
af aid aeiiif itt a the Ja' aary trta, l-J.f
aa t loin, t h. kt;d ir. trM llmur ef
Mid o.tb ia ts. C anh.w In '! o-t f
Kr-i. . A. 'LbRiuuf.
Afft r4 sanithn Iwh, lv 7.
JmS Wi s. iMTfc. Tt-l'U
; NO 90,
DRY GOODS.
DRY GOODS
FOU EVERYBODY.! '
IGLAUER& PRITZ
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POSITIVE CLOSING OUT SALE!
4 i
TO WIND UP BUSINESS JANUARY L
GOODS AT RUINOUS PRICES
EVERY ARTICLE REDUCED t
COME ArND; SEiE!
Goods Plain and Fancy
..'.. t .u . . i; - ' .-' i
ALL AllE DOWN
OUR MOTIVE-CLEAR THEM OUT!
. FINAL 83-A.LEI
IGLAUER & PBITZf
JSo. 255 M:aln Street!
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0PPO5ITR ODD .FFXtQWS' TTAT.L.
WHEATON NURSERY,'
Two Biles South of Hetiphis, on ths Horn
Laks B04.d., -
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JOHK TRRNT. VADDY TBOyrSOS,
JOIIPJ THEMT & CO.,
PHOPBIHTC'EB. I
Sncceisors to DR. 8. SI. VHEATOtf,
WT. ARE PRKPARED Tf FILL.ORDKRS
r j . e ... . ui
, iurvrj uvBnni'uun ui rruiv, r iii".ii
and Ornamen'al Treea, (Imps aod Strawberry
Vines and Hot House riant. KnM. eto.. ete
linratnok ii made up of the best a eetions
whioh ean be gotten nn. in Knro e or America.
We aolirit onrraa. ondenoa Irnm all who nur-
cnaae troea In larxo or luiall quantiti'. or any
wbo wish to adorn their placet with ohoioe and
rara Flowra ai d "hroba. . . ,
r i al-ola a Landsoano Tlariinrier. '
Vlnwera for Bouaaota and Wrnatha alwava ea
band. 'I i
Mr DacriitWe Catalorne. Ih prine and
all necevary infnrmation, will b furuiihod by
apoiyins: personally or by lettor tn
tt-iM JOHN TRKfT CO.
JUSX HECIViSD
, ST"
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DENIE & CO.,
41 60UTH COURT STREET, ' j ,
SOO Lbls Planter,
2500 Fir Itrlrk,
300 hhU Cement,
2000 Ihn Plafaterlne Hair.
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K. G. CliAlG & CO.,
370 Main st. (Jack non Block),
MEMPHIS, TENN.
WE ARKOFFERINT TO OUR FRTFKDS
and enatomwrx. thia eaann a full mnit
complete stock of JJ. LADKETU A bO.N '8
luitly eelebra ed
GARDEN SEEDS
Aiio, all th desirable Trietiea of
GRASS AAD FIELD SEEDS,
Ftrtilliers, Oaano, Land Plantar, and pr
pboapnau of Liu or Raw Bona Dait,
Garden Implements, Etc.
R. O. CRAIH k CO
79 Mln afreet, M .ntpbi. Ton.
4M21
Lumber, Laths, Shingles,
CEDAR P08TH,
Floorlnp, Celling, Sasn, Doors,
BLINDS, ETC., ETC, -Cheaper
Than Xvex I
AT
BI. E.&J. W. COCHRAN,
FOOT OF WASHINGTON 5IREFT.
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T. 13. mcou,
Attorney - nt - Law,
WO. 23 JEFFERSON ST., .
MEXPniS, r
TEXKEfSZE.
ti I nfierr or ( nna,
r.T TUB fPaMFH KiV-
' burner
i'to, i i?"V4. rtw. .rrry
rwtm n iii. f-na-a eK 4 and infrr -ti.tn
fumi.keX Ti aiabel rate paid f-,r
lcc;uxa an-1 all lnd W Hj.d anj lr.
T A Y L" R A CO.. f a.krrv.
66-1J1 s. U Mall atrwt, N.w V.rk.
rS:" ALUdATOR
,; I no? cotton TIE.,
TnF"r!TIRfl ArlRM ADB OK TUB "F8T
UNO LIS 11 IR"ff. whirh It pala tdte pr..
eat ru.t. A WR0l)nHT IKoN bakl
faalened to on B I of I been) tbt rasjiir
only to maert th olhrr nd. without Mndnit
it laok, tb Uib imuiediately Utlaa it lm"o
ably. They ar fully rnaranteM, and any bra
of imperfect Iron will be made tod oo Mopar
repr.-Ution. The buekle ! unieraliy ad
mitUii a luperi rone.' M ar d.ilei mined th
Iroa lhall t ai snaranteed.
CHAM HKRS ALA1T1NO.
(-nral euta, Ntir Orleans.
. For sal In Memphiit b
II A n n in. vvt-li " n
MEACHAM A TKKADWBMj,
lart iHi.1 ana utwvrT Mr-
II A K n la. (jui:ii mm
Aad other
ehent?
n in
WATCHES. I'!
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$1,000,000 IN WATCHES!
torn sals oi tbi reruns '
ONE PItlCE PLAN,
,' " OITIHO fTST riTROW A , -(
ITadsome and Reliable Watch t
For theflow prl' f Tss DoLLaast
WITHOUT REGARD TO VALTTB
AVD ROT TO S rilD FOB
Unleaa PerfetctlT Hatiafootory
infl Polld Gold Huntln Wtohil550 tinftfl
100 Maie Ced Mold watcii,. :ttto vk
10 Ladiea' Wateh'B. Knam ed.- 100 t
2UUol4 Hani's Chro'r Watehea. 2M t So
5it1l)oMHoTlnfKnliihLfT.ri, 3H to V
30" Gold Hunt's I'apl-i ,( ate , IV) I 20
JOOOold lluol'i Auinr'n Watohea, 100 to SM ,
soO ll r Hunilns l.e"..... SOU M
6IH1 Si'rer H'f tin- Dunleiea... 75 to
Mlft Dot! Ladifi' Wat hf ,-.... 50 to 3MI
lfOOO-ld HuniinsLepin 5-t 75
1O00 MinreMan nuil'r Wahea, W) to 100
PVifl H,.tin Sll.er WaUihe".... 25 to 50
5000 Aaaorud WateH.a, ail k'nda. 10 to 75
Erery patron nbteina a Wat-h by tail ar
ra em"t, eos'in ba' SIS. while it may b
worth $1000. N pa'tiality own
We with to Immediately d anoa of tbe abor
maaninoent ttek. OertiBoatea, aamtrif the
article, ar pled In aealed envelope, ana
well mixed. Holder are entitled to the arti
cle a anted on their "ti8ot anon aayment
of Tea Dollars, whether it ha Watt-h worth
$1000, or on- worth lane. The return ot any of
euroertifioatea.nlltlei you tnthe art eie named
thereon upon payment. IrreioeellTe of ita worth,
and -t ao artiola valued leal than tlO ia named
on any eertificate, It wU at oao t seen that
this is
No Lottery, oiti a Straightforward Le
gitimate Traneaelion, which may
be participated in even by
the most fattidioutt' '"
A ilnal oertid-at will be aent by ma", poit
nnnMAAinA IM, t, S VA fnF S ' .lflTe A
for kl thirty three and !eraM premiam for
sixty-six and mor yaiuame premium r r
one nanarea ana m it anpwo mira tor
$15.
To Asenta. or mono wmnins empi- ymeni.
th ! rare nnimrtiinitv. It la a 1- iritimate'T
endooted buiinest, duly auihoriaed b th
Ooyernment. a d opea to the most careful
orutiny- TRY C3I .
WEIGHT, BB0. & CO., Importers
i a 161 BROADWAY, Ntw Yoar
17 Iff
A ntght session.
TN CONNECTION
J-V with
h Ihis Collet, ia no inaugurated. As
a temporary arr'ira-emen'.lheOl ineiln lit
P'UTH WESTKRN PUBi ISUINU UOUeK,
No. 37 r-oDTB Couar stbesT.
Th eoura of initrnoiion ia iiintly niao
tioal't e!l ai -eiont fio, embrnoin' eretythins
.inceaiary to nt you u en ir i emnoni ut
1k ara- of th outie ot an croun'nt and,
k-Keeperlnaujerehant'ioflio. Thitu
oea through reoie'y the ame routine
of ion,, H!n. P'Stlnr Into his ledeer, and
IL.il h, booki, and then makms nut hiib.l-
fh. t ai h wuu'd in o ul buiinem.
ThU rTrS,... 1 'tnewed an indeanite aum
JoVof't..'' iTpeta'n.
moa:h, 18 ; three ino.ubs, "
This alraanl and heautf'Ul art, so tndlapen-
a U o til" I'ohlic Joun a'it', the lawy.r. eler
f nan aod at dent, and ao Imt lu'-le to 'he
bu inera m-..ia t-tuaht fUoeMfully in TEN
LKSSUNS for 1 10. For further i fortna ion
apply to th a den-tnrdt dunn thf .ttal
houtauf bal . r at msbi.at th Soath
w ' Pu'-li-tin llnuxe.
Th Ntcht Seatnn inaene"! at half-paat
lixtndoloa at nin-.
7t IOUW TOVEL' . Prine'pa'
NOTICE.
fTAVINO RFTIREP FROM THE REALN
1 1 Kmate and 1'tn ! bu-ni- on 6g.-o.im ol
my health, I would ba any I ana the l-aHI-j
for the libera patr- tint that bl he'n be
stoed aton me, an I nnM re-p-ctruMy r
ooromtwd and onrdially ask lot- a jentinoanee
of the tain to mr mc--e..ori. Me.'ira. KbKO
A W ILM'N rentlemenoi know 'ntecri'yaad
buiineii qualifioatiuni. C. W. rOUL
. it
c, a. wilsos
D. KCKD,
HEED 1VILSO.V,
HEAL ESTATE, RENTAL
AND
GEKES1L EISINES AC EMS,
Odd
MEMPHIS.
Fellowa
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Hall,
TKSVE5BFK.
M-MA
The' Southern Advertiser.
EiUblirbed ia
Leaiu i( Organ of tbe German Popula-
tion of the 6oothwett
LOUIS' WTJKDERHAN. EdiUir -d Frop'r,
OFFIC K-Co. Taianaan trvT aw bt.
In Fok fZo Buildic, atsmpbia, Tna.
ITS xt wediraly Unr eireulatto throufh
e.t th. rit T and Mat o0en ea-ineea tn-a aa
exe.ll.Dt epartuaity t raalt. tketr tuiaM
know, to .tb. thouan.i of O.roi livin ia
h 9 f y n M the en-.r.
I t
8. ' EIIISON, -
DKNT1HT,
TTi' RtTTRTED TO THK CITT. AVD
I 1 ea a. I -.ei al I ia a die ready I aT
bu frarada aa i-atrona.
Orfc.
TS-irj
TJt Jtala 3t, Clr Buildins.
FASSMA

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