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HlcetJMo.l M adtaonNtT; UK(jK.STriTT '.K(T.,AT.QN. SmUmcI U f r.h ".Wr.t uioiTiom rLy-Airu f ut riot laM , NMhioa indioatet tia fait -ecl.oa of . ii lha French drama at moon at tha r?w- lnfr. faror which liitTl aooouaini id ir civioat and equivocal tceneg met on thal-risiaB lt.a. Tbe Palait Royal Theater now tei, a-emnr, a small comedy named iladame ttl 1, M.Jm ( in had which alwaj throwi the audience into ecitaciee ot ddlicht, end the contenti or woicn ere M lollowt: .Che-onnUr, a .bouriier, U priori in a eharminff T0U04 wife, bat keep., of court, e miitrtta. He bee just tritited the Utter, end comes bona t a eerr nnaensonable bonr, bit Wife having jone to lie opera ball with her : loer, and Georgette, the maid, hai amuied herself with the footman in bar .mistreat' bedroom. Her coutternatioo nir be imagined wheo Chaionoter aa - tor. the home He wants to penetrate into her bedroom. Georgette, to a tome what disordered toilet, placet bertelf 'J.igainst the door. " Xoo cannot come in," the exclaim. "Madame ii in bed. Madame baa the tick head-ache." Chaiaonier then aiti down and tajt be wanta bia tapper. What it the girl to do to get rid of him T She tries to persuade bim that be bat bad a rath of blood to hit head, and ought to hath hit feot Chaionnier, however. r- pliet that be feels n'rtt-rate, and that he ; wallll oer 10 lomil Dim iu ui win . room. At her wil't endt, Georeette kneels down before him and ezclaimt ." Hava mercy on me, matter ; I love yon dearly, and am jealous of your wife, rhtennnirtr in not averse to a tender tete- a-tete with the pretty girl. But what if ... bit wifetnoald catcb uim tn jiagranier In order to protect nnnseii irom any no pleasant interruption, he Iockt the door i i: nf her hart-room and rati the key in hit i ' pocket. At the tame moment the oppo site door opens, ana ueoreetie perceives domino- She t-jt etie teeit very in, enetcbet the key from Chazonnier, and aiktbim to fetch ber eau de Cologne. '"'Meanwhile, Madame alipt toftly into her bed-room. Cbozonnier retnroa with the eau de Cologne, and begins to embrace the girl ; but Madame riaga her bell, and the husband, cursing her for interrupting (i bim, enters the bed-room. All this it played with a thousand obscene inuen does, bat the Parisians enjoy it most .1 beartily. 1 ' m ' ' r Hell-Fir in Hit Pocket. The Banner of Light uAm th follow ing ttory of a Univeraalist minister who attenked a convention of hit brethren in a new village in the wilderness, where ' J malaria and the diseases incident thereto abounded.' He took the precaution to carry a vial of cayenne in hit pocket, to i i i . i j . i. A . A tpriOKieJlt Iuoa Wll- BB a rcrvuiivB w fever and eeue. The convention met, and at dinner a tall Hoosier observed the parson at he teasoned hit meat, and ad dressed him thus: "Stranger, I'll thank yoa for a leetle of that ere red salt, fer I'm kind o' cu . . yioos to try it." " Certainly," returned the parsen, "bat yoa will find it very powerfal ; be care " ful how yon use it." The Hoosier took the proffered vial, and,' feeling hirxtelf proof agaiatt any ' quantity of raw whisky, thought be could stand the red talt with impunity, and " accordingly sprinkled a junk of beef - rather bountilui:y with it, ana tortnwim introduced it into hit capacious mouth. It toon began to take hold. He shut hit eyes, aud bit features began to writhe, '"-denoting a very inharmoniout condition physically. He opened hit month and screamed fire I , . ; Take a drink of cold water," aaid the ''parson. Will that put it out T asked the mar i tyr, suiting the action to the word. In a r- abort time the unfortunate man began to - recover, and turning to the parson, hit ; eyes yet swimming in water, exclaimed : X "Strange, you call yourself a 'Tertal f jst, I believe?' " I do," mildly answered the parson. ',' Wal, I want to know if you think it consistent with your belief to go about with heir-fire in your breeches pockets 7" IT' 1 How to Manage Female Kutinsers. C ' Speaking of the recent mutiny of '' women employed at the cigar mannfac - tory at Madrid, the Epoea gives the fol " lowing humorout description of the line t; of Action pursued by a certain director of on of these establishments in a timi t lar emergency : ; - , The women having quit work, left the .' manufactory in a body, and with me , caoing gesturea and shouts, hastened j. toward the office of the director. The ' i tumult reaching the cart of the latter, '. b asked what it meant. "The hands have mutinied, and have C'come to demand " y; "What?" "Justice from jour excellency. Ti whole ot them insist upon coming in to see yon, and they declare they will come in by force if you wou't admit them otherwise." It waa a difficult dilemma. The di rector refleoted. At length he exclaimed: "Good I Go and tell them I am ready to receive them." "Yea, tir." - - ,i " But as there are so many of them, I ' cannot see tbem all. They must dele gate three of their number for the inter view." The messenger was about to retire with the decision, when the director cried after him: "Wait a minute; the three delegates must be the three oldest and ugliest of the lot." . Strange to say, the director never re ' ceived the deputation. . j . ' .i ; Ketpondint to th Judg. -The New Orleant Picayune tayt the Judge of one of the JHw Orleans muni cipal courts sat gloomy and grand on hit bench of ermine. Toe pritoner occupied the dock, apparently meek and downoatt. She had a merry twinkle in her eye, however, that promised mischief, and bad the magnate bat perceived it, he . would have been mora careful ia bis 'questions. " How many times are yoa coming up LberT' - What, yer honor ?" "How many times are yoo coming be fore me? This is the third thit pretent week. Oh, no. yer honor." " Didn't I tee you here yesterday T ' H Why, yer honor, it was last night yer aead me. in the concert saloon. It wat a bit of drink we had together, and yer diil talk beautifully with yer cunning wayt nd saucy jokea. Aye, yer honor' t the man for tbe girl, iu aivu eamtra ye, butyeet are smart. n " Stop your mouth you can go. " Thank ve. rer honor." The prisoner went cut, the Judge blnahxl. unit th mi-juwir rrT. l ABttMl tn Fifhanse. A WELL KT ABLISU KD AND GOOD l,nf aarinwf in Laa'fr:!!, Kr , for rl ' .in ib Vnnphi, Int. A tra opiortonity will b c6mi I any ob wuhinf to mt rknndit. hQ-iows aaw worth tMut. Sot antruiarf ap-ty tn OiiU.il. J40S5ARRAT A 0O-. ! (9 i AroBleck. 8EWI NC MACHINES. GROVER & BAKER'S o Eh w 4 FAUttT SEWING MACHINES. Pelala el Eieellewcei Ssaaty and 'Mticlty f stltoh. P.rfseUoD and ilmplldty f maeblnery. Clint both threads dlreetly from th spools. No fattenlnt of seams b band, and no wait of thread. Wide rant of application wlth.ut chant of adjustment. Th leim reulns IU baautr and flrmaus after washing and ironlnt . Btslde dolot all kinds of work don by other Sswlnc Machines, thtt maohinet exoaU th most beautiful and permanent embroidery and ornamental work. y The rery highest prise, THE CROSS OF TUB LKQIONOF HONOR, wat conferred on th representatlr ef th Orovsr Baker Sew int Haehlnet, at th Exposition CnWerielle, Paris. 1867) thus attesting their treat suparlor Ity ovr all other Sswlnc Machines. Bend for Circular. GROVF.K & BAKER 8. BL CO., KECEIVEK'3 MALE. Oa Wednesday, lath Kowembcr, 1SSS, w tptt T. airT.T. AT unnt.Tf! ATTCTTONTHE i. entire stock of the late firm of TREAT HAMIlTOIf, l tree t, Memphis, oonsistmt of a large lot of Plows, Plow Irons, Handles, Beams, Rounds, Iron and 6teel Bolt. Five sets Blacksmith Tools, Several Stores, Lamps. Grindstones. Ont 10-Horit Fowsr Fortabla Englns and AUUfll , Pnnin Tteltine. Rhafllnc. FiztUTOS. tUl.. etO.. and a large lot of Miscellaneous Articles. m - . ? ..1. ...V Avunfr 4-litk Vnanna mnA Boiler, which will b sold on ft credit of sixty dayi, w f th good security. Sale will oommecoe at 10 s.tti. 67 A. najCTlTPr. EEMOVAL. L. ROOOO, NO. 219 MAIN STREET, Opposite Odd-Fellows Hall. To t li T ublloi THAVK REMOVED MT PLACE OF BP8 tn.ii fmm ihaiumtf nf RaAAnrt and Madi- son streets to the aboy named plaea, where I will M glad to meet my mends ana customers. Candle in all Taurletw, Oatea, rniita ami sen, rreaei-vea or Choice tonality, oris" Candies are all manufactured from. the pores' Susan, and I guarantee them tree from any and all tbe numerous adulterations o often used by unscrupulous i&aLuiaoturers." I shall continue to earry on the GROCERY BUSINESS in oonneotion with the Confection ery, as nsual. Remember the nlaee. No. 249 Main street. pnoFita Odd Fellows' Hall. Li. flUUl'J. Am TIIS1VSOII, mxtrrioTvaii or Mathematical and Optical In- strnments, Deaot) Bank Bnlldlnsr, Room Tio. 10, MEMPHIS. TENN. EEPAIBINO DONE AT THE SHORTEST notice. Small machinery and m owlets made to order in the beet workmanlike nujiner, and at reasonable prices. 2;aw-4fl J. TIENSOT sk CO., GENERAL NEWSPAPER. ADVERTIS ING AGENTS, 133 Nassau, street. New York. (Established in 1802.) We) beg to call the attention of adrertisers to oar agenof. Our facilities with all the first-',ass in.Hr papers in the country are second to none, and we are fully prepared to effr terms and conditions which eaunot fail to giro superior inducements. We alao send ndvertisementa to all Cuban and South Amsricao papers, with whom we hare exclusive contracts. We are the only house doing a SpAffiBH Aovkstirixo Bcsmssg. W e can, ny special permission, re.er lo Mr. H. T. Helmbold,, Druggist, 59t Broadway, New York. Messrs. S. K. Vfinduser k Co., 108 Greenwich street. New York. M'ssrs. Ilall it Kuckel, 218 Oreemrich street. New York. Messrs. O. Brace's Son k Co Typo Founders, u i;namoers street. Messrs. Phalon A Son, New York. rnoian i;ollenaer.New Xnrk. " Tarrant A Co., New York. " Chickering k Son, New York. " Railway A Co.. New York. 43-111 Administrator's Aotice. LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATI ON HAV J ina been sranted ta the nndersie ned at tbe beptember lerm ot the County tosun upon in estate of Mary Wilev. deceased. aJI rtenons baying claims against said estate ..re hereby notinea to pretont tnem, auiy prota jea. within the time prescribed by law, to me tor payment, r this notice will be plead in bar of their re eoyery; and all these indebted to aaid estate are hereby notified to come forward and make payment to me immediately, or steps will be taken to coerce payment of the same. (JIlA-v r. BUJjIiWK., Adra'r, Office in rear of No. 278 Second atree. October 20. im. oawtW STATE OF TENNESSEE, Phlst Cocktv, u. u. n ara ana uroa., ts. n m. u. naraen. IN THIS CAUSE. IT APPEARING BY affidavit that the defendant. Win. D. Ttir- den, is justly indebted to the plaintiff, and is a non-resident oi ttie Mate, so taat tbe ordinary process ef law eannot be served on biia, and an original having been levied en his property, it is therefore ordered that publication be made in the Pcslio Lidois, a newspaper published ia the city of Memphis, f.r four successive weeks, commending tbe said Wm. D. Bardea to appear before me, or some other Justice of the Praee. at my office, in tbe fifth Civil Dis trict of said eountv, oa the 3Hh day of Novem ber, and make defense to said suit aninst said deieuaant,tr it will be proceeds with eg earte. mm At Li uL.ti. j.r, lawTT for Sbelhy county. The Southern Advertiser. (EsUbUahed ta 18; Leading Organ of the German Popula tion of tte Soulhweat. LOTIt WTIDIEKAI. Iditor aa Frep'r OFFICE Coa. Taias) Jarvaaaog am la Foe to 111 oo Bulldlnc tenahla.TooB. ITS TeediBlT lair etrralatlea threwgh nt tbe eity but uffars beHneae wiea aa eaeeilewt epeortaaiiy to make their be-i.Me kswww to too tboeweiide U UerauM Bring sa k J seeoee of the eoaaur. la-f COTTON FACTORS. jiruii touuakoi; Cotton Factor Grneral Commlfslon Merchant, WO. 10 JEFFEBtJOJI TBEET, Tltat Block, oppotitt Commrelal HoUl, MFMPHTS. TENNESSEE. V4 JOHN McLEWANsftCO., (Suo'rt to Ash. MoLnnaa Co..) COTTON ITACXOItS AUD Commission Merchants, He. tltO FBONT BTBEET, MEMPHIS, . - TENNESSEE, mr Batting, Ron and Tfet furnished at th lowest market prlw tAMCIL MOIST. CHA, B- DOttOg. a. MOSHY ate DOniOV, COTTON FACTORfl ND COMMISSION ( j MEKCTfANT-. Office-No. " M".byand Hunt's Building, up stairs. No. Front sU Memphis, Tenn. Bagging, Bon i aad Supplies furnished at th Lowest market ratea. Cot ton, by river or in stor, insured nnlers othr wlse Instructed JOHN P. mix aV CO., Motion Factors and Commission Merchants, No. aSS 1-3 KOHT BTBEET, Ur ETAtta, ovta r DowiLL'a, MEMP jasns p. nw. I n.im owtw-aa.. Eute f'ash'r Br. Bank I L-t- ttrra of F. A. Tenn., Trenton. I .Owea. IJItOAVN & OWEN. COTTOX FACTORS AID General Commission Merchants Ho. SOt FBONT STREET, Room No. 11 Mosby k Hnnt'a Block, Memphis. . sriJWtl rash Advances mad on all eon- si gninnta1lnstnorbillsj W. Im STEWART, 00TT0N FACTOR AHO Commission Merchant, NO. S BANK ALI.ET, NEAR TO AND SOTJTn OF MADISON 6TM MEMPHIS, TBHS.i WII.I. ATTEND PROMPTLY TO TU B sal of Cotton and Produce, and will flU orders for Bnppiies ior ennwinmre. - I. B. STOBHKlfT. AVt. NTORMENT & CJKAVJJiS, Cotton Faetora and Oenertd Com- nslealon Herehants), No. 4 Howard's Bow-TJp Stalrt-MsmpWi. Bona. Ties and Plantation sop- Ttlies furnished. w'm OWEN, McNUTT & CO Cotton and Tobacco Factors RECEIVING, FORWARDIHO AND General Commission Merchants, LEE BLOCK, UNION STREET. - - MEMPHIS. TENN. FW All lyOlMIU, AUUtaww -. conu'ened to us insared, onleji otherww fn-tmct-d. Bwreinir. Rope nd other Bnnpliei rnM;nkr1 thm invMt mnrket rnoe. rt. A. MOON, COTTON FACTOR AND GENERAL PRO dure and Commission Merchant, 2SS Front street, Memphis, Tenn., "Commercial Blook.' Personal attention to all Consignments. Commiin for selling cetton ONK VVlr LAR PKR BALE. Liberal Advanoesand Supplies of all kinds furnished at the Lowest Cash Prices. 20 98 u. i: aossau w. o. o. rosTta. TtOSSttT, A FOSTER. riOTTON FACTOTtS AND COMMISSION i Merchants. No. 320 Front street, Memphis, TWewiMeinake liberal advances on all Cotton consigned to as for sale in this market. When parties wsn us to snip moir yul'" l" YOra or xiew vnran-, '--"""(,.- i . a . t. r . t U . it m w.lna Thtl two-tnirns lo luiwi'iuiiL, . r ,j will enable nserehants and planters to hold over sued depression a. we uu and rwalisa tbe full worth of their Cotton. All cotton ami'iio i u. u " ' Insared, unions otherwise instructed. u-w t. W. BICirKSOK. W. W. WILLUMS. DE. B. T. BtCIIHSOlt. DICKISSON, WILIIAMS & CO., T W. Dickinson k Bro.. COTTON FACTtRS AND GENERAL Commission and Produoe Merchants, No. 210 Front atrsjet, Msmphis, Tenn. We have a Warehousa of our own, in wnicn we will handle all Cotton consigned to us, and Wt OCAB4XTIIB THB SHAl.t B BO rKKBCrS- BART LOBS IB W11UHT. ."f""" niahed our cu-tomers. Usual eommisslons charged. All consignment, d; n, ubi unl"s otherwise instructed, aw Liberal advances mads oa eonsirn- I. 4-BI F. LANE. , J. H. MARTIN. P. LANE & CO COTTON FACTOBS AXD General Commission Merchants Corner Union nnd Front Rtsu, MEMPHIS, - - TENNESSEE. AW Liberal Cash Advano mad on n- D. H. TOWNSEND, COTTON FACTOR A Ik COMMISSION MERCHANT, He, 23 a Front Street, METiPHIS. - - - TENNESSEE, aa r Bagging. Ron and Tie furnUheCns- tome vs. a. a. JoNit. w. . aaaw". JOSES, BE0W5 & CO, Cotton Factors 1D COMMISSION MERCHANTS 7So. 26 Front Slrel, MKMI-niS. - - TENNESSEE. , nv W B t i rnjlMr nis v " - -j I Ji J ... one et ice pirmn Jpnee , Brown A V .aid "partnership wa Sl"nl TM s ins nm wi "'77. . 1 lye bariae. wiil re JUA B.!t sss v. n. c nj n -- ' 6m aaeao and atrle. and tha l taortsod utetuei. -.nmw t -r-fTA W. . COODLtTT. J. 0,-ODLgTT TJOOHT-TTTX fc CO COTTON FACTOKH ABB ' raaatuiai BS r MTft A WTI. tIJ Prat atroet. rr I. T. rrtsai'a. MIMPUI3. TFKRE6SEK. aw CoauUame-ntt tolir.tod. vn-W COTTON FACTORi. ltAL.Pl I WOUMKL13Y (I .I. W.rm.l.V. rickott k Co. J COTTON KAOTOH A.NI COMMISSION Merchant, No. 810 Front atroet, Meiuphls. V . ,. ,1 .W - P...I..U. 11n.ln.fl. .t 1 snail oonnnee v""..--i the above .land, wh.re I will be Wr to s allnl wyfri.ndsim.nrofwhom I have eeve4 for twenty years, and now esain r aee my ser vices at their commend, earnestly sollclllng onsignmeni of Coltoa and other Prouuoe. ae suriug th.m of wyeoutmued efforts to aerv it,... r.i.hf.illv and to guard with seaious oar their Interesta. Supplies lumun.u. u i made oa Cotton in store. AU Cotton insured nlessotberwiso iuir"";, BT. U MIACDAM. A. O. TttADWILL. MEACIIAH & TRE1DWELL, Wholesale and Retail Qrocers, Cotton Factors, AD OommlaaloiiMerohanta, Ho. t CNIO BTBEBT, ItontwaU Blook, Utmphis, Itaa. T??"RRiNa.TOTnE abovb oa. X it win oe seep im ,, mammoth Bt-ireheu.e, No. 9 Union street, "Stonewall Block." and are now opening up th largest and most varied stock of CroearlM and Plantation SnpplloB ever brought to this market. W will b . . .. ..... Mir old pieasea at an time. customers, and as many new as may "J' with a call. Keturnia inana. '"""TV",, liberal patronage extended to us for th lat . a i ..nn. Hm In nil nnoen ye.r, we mw i",""'.1"" Vi tilings and striot attention to business to mnt a continuation oi me earns. , , Ragging, Rope and Iron Ties furnished at lowest market prices. ' Our Mr. TREAD WFM, will fir hi ntlr attention to the silo of Cotton. eery Merchants in the oitv, will give his undi vided attention to toe n uuibi mvt nart m en t. n.n ...n.. wa will make It to lour In terest to trade with us. T-84 J. A. 6HAKB. DR. A. HABBI8. SHANE, HARRIS & CO., (Successors to Shane, EeU Co.,) Cotton and Tobacco Factors GENERAL COM MI88IOS AND F0BWABDIN6 MponANTS, HO. 854 FBOHT BTBEET, MEMPHIS, - - TENNESSEE. arT.ik.rxl Advances on Consignments. Bagtint, Rope and Ties furnished to customers. A. B. HARRIS k CO- No. 17 Vin street. Cincinnati. Ohio. F. 8. JONES. J. D. JONI8. JONES BBOTDEBS, Commission Merchants, COTTON, TOBACCO AMD Produce Factors, HO. S MADISON BTBEET, MEMPHIS. TENN. onr Open Policy nf f n'nrnnce. 2B-IW DR. A. WESSON, DENTIST HO. SOS MAIN BTBEET, Opposite Mansfield k Higbee's Drng Store. Pf PRESENTING MT CLAIMS tVw a anMllnnansva rtf nttrntlAfA tV 1 ' i : I..J nv. ,.n(.Y.n in this county). I deem it, in a grsat measure. only necessary to give tne location oi my omoe. In a word, I am able to give perfeot satisfac tion in every branch known to the Dental Pro fession, at greatly reduced rates of charges. Particular attention paid to th regulation of children's teeth. Tbe Grand Triumph! Laughing-Gtva AO llOUUDDRl T n.v. in m nffifta nnw. In uneeessful opera tion, one of the latest improved machines known to the world for producing NITROUS OXIDE AMD OXYGEN LAUGHING GAS. The pure Gas emitted from this machine will transport, aa It were, tne patient to tne uream land while being robbed of the offending tooth, without the slightest pain, and is perfectly harmless in its effects. -Don't mistake the nam nor place, at ther are ' ther names in the Profession so near the same they have been often taken for mine. No. 806 Kaia street. Ho. 306 Mala ttrttt. 29.10A A. WESSON. JUKES & SCOTT, BOLE AGENTS EOS G. F. Filleya Celebrated Cook Stove, THE PLYMOUTH ROCK. iVERT ST0VB OF THIS MAKE WE i ..rLnin to bake welL They are beyond any doubt Tbe Best Store In tbe Market! Wi fcvii ati riamd. al whoiMkla avnd retail, ft good inpfly of LIMPS, COAL OIL, AURORA OIL. j ho. sse SEtoaio btbeet. W Orders for Etencil Catting will receive prompt attention. J rjvva Ifl.f No. Mb 8ond Vrt. COiiL! COAL! It. Carbon Coal. THE CHEAPEST, ABB IQCit, TO TBB BEST BOLD IX THIS MARKET! TT IS BURNED BT A LARHB NUMBER l ot I pronoi the Brioeioal eitiaene of Memphis, who ronouni-e it aqiuJ to any ever a4. Orders left at OUioe, Tio. SO Matllsaon Street. 4 W. C. POSTAL Ag'.t. ClUTEIl C JACKriO!-, Formerly with Vonneloy. iT k Co..) II AS JUST RECEIVED A LABGI STOCK of JeahlM,rineatTa,at Pbllndclpbto frtresj. Tirarteilo Bsnoklnsr and Ckewlnsr To- sm-co, Psunllr Boo Ilerrlwr. Watm Ireerr Batter, rctr-. ChlehaM, Posoloea, And everything Bded la th way of Psmtly rufflie.. t'AI L AT ' Ai AM-i STUr KI. IikTW KEN t-t' "ND ASDTslIRD. 4V71 RETAIL STOCK OF GROCERIES ! So. 113 Beeti, Corner Hernondo. Hftfil A 8rT TO RFM0TB TO N0.17 Pr- .tt. r.'h-r thejj saove ey fii'. a e !' I' il. .m, I;ib"r wit lae vMIfUtU IfcK.il Of Ml lA". Oa ncsMsonnble Tansta, If .T.ti,caliv if aae 'weeJUt.'T. tit HM. A. f lICHSKl- PRINTING. GOOD WORK-CASH FRICESI PnnctaalHy Berore Al! Thlngrs! WHITMORE & 00., Proprietors of THE PUBLIC LEDGER STEAM JOB PRINTING HOUSE No. 13 Madison Street. H AVISO NOW IN FULL A&t C0M- plete operation tn Book and Job DeDartments f thU EXTENSIVE ESTABLISHMENT, w Use this mode of calling the attention of onr aatrons and friends, and the public gene rally, io our NEW Bteam ArraBgoments. ThU oo Is now th LARGEST And Best Appointed IN THE SOUTHWEST, And fall Mual to any In the East as regards its facilities for eiemitiag Printing of'every variety and la any color. All Kinds of Work Executed, Either la Plain or Ornamental Type, Plain Black, Colored Inks, SOLO LEAT AHS BRONZES, In'every manner known to th profession, at aome ana aoroea BOOKH AND PAHfrnr.ETS Printed with new type latent styles. Ormamaatal, Plain and Fancy Steamboat Printing In a manner nnsorpassnbl. INVITATION CARJJB AID BALiI, TICKETS, Illuminated with th latest ornamental and ball room soonee. CONSTITUTIONS Printed ia elegant style. Oar large assortment of type for SHOW BILLS AND POSTERS It not iclled In th United State- LARGE PICTORIAL3 Can be as readily and cheaply don at thit ooio as tney are id in aat, aaa in as HANOHUMU HTYLKi W hT la our office tha Uarfirest Size Prcmwes Now in ma, together with HTE AM JOIIIJEHS, W-Ik enables as to prist CARDS AXD mtn-HEADS WITH -BEAT CELKRITT. we DlTisDrbr.n.ll aiviiioni v. small .laia aad .aaey Jefe-ettan. suiunt for PINE WOItK. Easiness Cards in a Circalan la tba Beat Styla, wit- aniuble enrav ingt rprentinj business. OIPLOHA-I for So-ools aad CoUesrs. Friata- Equal to Copparplaa, f artiev-ag attdoa girea to JHlIUrj and B-I!road rrlnlinp lIL-sVNI- IlOOIiM.' ...L ... kii mt-i m r rrkiel 7. VT J. IA IJ Vera.a-M wii -isw- THAfilPORTATION. Ml-liri'l 4 TKNMUS-- n. U. tooklloIler-, BleoUuir. riMIH ANNUAL MKKTINd OP TIIK I MnckhoMrrs of the M imIm ppI A Tenneo Sr. K.lir aa company . . . r. . L. . k. -1.1 I. t. . any win v a.,u iu iu. city of MempntS! On VTc-notMlay, KoTsnbr II, 1888, at whleh Urn Plreetnrs will be chosen tot lh .mult year. HKwk holders wl I be pa.sj.1 free over I tbe roau ny eaniuiuug to conductors. Feerotary and Treasurer. QUICKEST ROUTE TO NEW YORK, AM" All I'rlnclpal lVorthern CUIcs, it a MEMPHIS & LODlSmLS R. R. LINE. tCHMEIt SClIEUt'LEaCSE, 1868. DOrTtLE DATI.T TMROUQII MAINS KUN AS FOLLOWS I LeaveMemrhlsfcltytlmel 5:10 a.m. LeaveMemiihietKd.tiue) 6:.H0a.m. Arrive at Louisville--.-. 4:10 a.m. " lailianapolls-1A:00 a.m. " Cmoinnstl... 11.00 noon C!evelaod. . M p.m. " flnffalo-. 5:'5) a.m. M Niagara Ealls-10:0 a.m. ' I'Hwburg . S0 a.m. f-M p.m. .1:15 p.m. 12:30 p.m. MO p.m. p.m. 6:25 a.m. l:H.Sp.m. 4:05 p.m. 10:45 a.m. t-'.D a.m. 5:15 a.m. 1:25 a.m. 6:00 a.m. 4:00 p.m. " . Haltimorew--.. : p.m. ' Washington-l:tJ P.m. I'hilailelphia-. A: 10 p.m. New York 7:40 p.m. " IJoston" 12:00 night Beth Trains eouneet for Nashville. TbronRb Tlekela, at RoelaeexJ Knte, Can be procured at the Company's Offloe, Main street, and at Depot, head of Main street. A- llagj.se Checked at depot, or by tha Memphis l ily Transfer Company, at Hotels, private residences, or on board boats, to all prinoipsJ points Kast and North. (JAM. B. JONES. Superintendent, AAA TTrt.T. P....nirer Arent. 7M Memphis and Little RoGk It AIT. ROAD. OPEN XO MADISON. Overland RontcTo Little Rock. OH AND AFTER WEDNESDAY, SIP tember 2, 18ri8, the train on the Eastern Division of this road will run regularly as foU Gout's Wbst Leav Dope-old Monday, Wed nesday and Friday, at 7.30 a.m.. and arri ' at Madison at 1 o'clock p.m. Couino Kabt Leave Madison Tuesday .Thurs day and Satuiday, at 1:M a.m.: arrive at Hi.petield at 1 o'oleok p.m., and Memphis The irrybat NEVADA leaves the foot ot Union s-reet at 7 a-m. Trains at Madison ooc nect with th. Stag b us between Madison and Dnvall's Bluff. , .... mjr Passengers lea zing Memphis at 7 a. re. arrive In Little Book at 6 p.m. next day. Tickets for sale at all th Railroad Ticket 0flie in tbe city. ... Freights for Madison or way stations re ceived byP. M. PATTERSON CO., at their wbarf boat, foot of Union street, Freight to way stations must be prepaid. OrriOB or Road 12 Jefferson street. u J. W. ROBERTSON. vo-f Oeneml Rnncrintcndent. TAILORING. ALEX. MUEBAT. B. K. RIBOELT, MURRAY sit RIDGELY, MERCHANT TAILORS, So. 81 MADISOJT BTBEET, East of Clark's Jewelry Store, Memphis, Tenn. HAVE JUST RECEIVED. AND KEEP on hand, a full assortment or best makes of English and French Goods, Cloths, Casslmeres and Testings of the latest styles. Mad no by th best workmen. Intended for gentlemtn's wear. TM-'.JELkEDDTCK, formerly with J. H. Waggener, can be found here by hit numerous Iriends, whom h will take pleasure in watting on. TLT. . CLAIM AGENCY AND General Collecting Office. MOYEItS & DEDRICK, ATTORNEYS AND AGENTS, No. 40 Nortli Court St. nighcat Price paid for Eand Warrants Fartionlar Attention Paid to the Obtain- lag of Patents. 1 if -T - 11 ....! 'taTm. TlfAM. euted at the proper l)epartment and before the Court of Claims. Pensions, Back Pay 'and Bounties onllacted. 40 t IR. ItVNNEIils'S Dispensary and Imfirmary, MEMPHIS TENNESSEE. DR. RUSSELL'S DISPENSARY AND Inflrmary, the larueat aad oldest Institu tion of the kind in the Southwest, eetablished in 150. pleas mtly located at Nob. 40 and 42 North siUe-f Conrt Square, Memphis, Tennes see, is open for the reception of patients desir ing treatment ana inecomiori.oi """" receiving the same. Patients also treated at the office or by lo'ter, if desired. jineumaii-in, i.ui.in, v. - Deafness, Fits, Comumptipn, (.ypnilis, hkin the diseases an:ng from the Indisorttion i ot youth permanently eureo. i. ,nni eases in all iheir form, effectually cured at the aoove nnmca inFtu'iiiiio. -TM..ti. on t hronlc DiMaaea fu'nlsnea free on eprlication. n-un THOa MATDWKLU JA8. ASDtESOU. 3IATDWELL & ASDERSOS, mWmi ISos. 57 and 59 Tnlon Street, llLsl. : . f ..tel.. V.se. Counter and T.O.: top- viii .r 'i!- iV-SIiT" AU kina. of Building Stoa. sold et . Vard eoeajo ' SCH00LFIKLD & IIANAl'KE, " WHOLESALE Grocers and Liquor Dcalers And Uaaaiactam's AseaU fer Tlrtrtssti tlhwt as.4 1 " iwhrwrr-r ft ml !. A4 Okie Jti-r Bali,' 50. -M FROST STREET. PUDLIC DIRECTORY. HUUHV CUAI'Kb (Mi l Unl'Uy. tOR. i ll.rniMido .nd I.tntlnn sire.fs. It LACK, KSTK8 A CO.. OOl'TON VAU tnr. No. II Monro slie.t. M.iniis. H ttAVAN.UiiH, H. U.i MKHCllANT 'f Al ; lr, il I'nl.io si. i riutbliig l.aned, etc. 1 AHf, VAN0 A AN'-KKbON, AriUH-jSaeys-at-I,aw, 11 Ma.ll.mB nei. Memphis, 1AI.VAK Y C II U KO li (1 ISCOH A I ), CUH, I HeeonU ant Ailnius sts., Per. lr. White. 1HKTHAL MKTHODIHT CilLKCll, lis Unliia sireet, Rev. W.M. Patiersun,past4ir, pilRl.VriAN C1IUUUH, COR. LINUKN J and Mulberry streets. Rev. Dr.Caakey. ( lllMiit Kill A Til IN A T. 1IW1..M I'llllui-'ll J I'nlon .treet, bet. ThlrJ and Doto. ( ,,0.,,M,,ATI2N BN fM"-TU (ISRA J KLITK). cor.Hecond and Monroe sts. (V MBKKLAND t P It KS II Y TbhIAN J ChurSfc Oourt St., bet. Second and Third. ) KAN A CO. W'M..ltH ANTTiuim VOVIAK street, fleaiers in urueenes, leas, etc. 1) IOKlNHON. WILLIAMS CO. COTTON Factor. 210 Front street. AN8 A JOHNHON.COTTON FAt'TOHo, VI tH Front ,treet. Memphis. 1M-1ir LMRST BAfTUr CllUltCil, KtCwND 1 st.. near Adams, Rev. A. B- Miller. .Rril' MKrilODldT CUUROU.-fcCOM) .'rect, near ropier. Ji'IRHT PRKSDY TKRIAN CUUKCU.CUtt. of Poelar and Third streets. 1 RACK CHUBOli (BPIK00PAL). H Kit- k - u ii p.,. rooimoe ana vanee. J CKK8 k SCOTT. DRAI.KR8 IV HTOVK8 i.r.i i, i inw.re. e'e.i Menru riaie. eiit. hllKKK IIOUlSB. CORNER OF BJ.C0N0 f J and Wahinginn trrel. n t' YLKs, DH W. D.. OFFICK I'NDKR iPelmonlco ITniise.eor. Third and Mvliton. M AYUW-I.I, ANDKRON. RTKAM Marhlead Ptone Works. fT and S9 Union. M KM Pll fS A OH A RLESTONRAILHOAD unif, -o, an wain wu, itninfii n'orr. 'KMPIIIS k OOIO HAILUOAObUPOT PICKET, KD, nURKR, ATTORNKY AT I Law and nnllcitor In Tt.nVnu.lxv lit, o iDnnmmw. mr. union ana heconn sts. T . m rt . I . 1 t ! . ' " 1 J tMM ISHIONKRH' 0FFICK. No. lH Madison street. OST0FFICB. Con. JKFFBRSON AND Tbird .treets, R. C.OIst, Pos'm.ster. 11 OYSTER. TRKZBVANT A CO., AUC- tittntyfyni, sm .looona ITrfWCe R USSELL'B PRIVATE MEDICAL Dis pensary, vi and 12 NortM Court street. 1 J1IRSELL , OR0V2 4 CO.. OAY080 PLA IVning Mill, m Adams stre.t, east of th, Bayou. JORUflOB A DUNCAN, ATTORNKY 8-AT-1 Law, w Vnlon street. Memphis, Tenn. t Sffli?'''' P" Pl,RK WINKS. O Whiskies and Brandies, 2f4 Booond street. 2S4 Booond street. KOONI) PRESBYTERIAN CHUKCil. 1 cor. Main and Beal streets. SOUTHERN LIFE INSUR NCE0OMP'Y. 17 Madison sireet. F. M. White. President. JT. PETER'S CHURCU (CATUOLIC). COR. r Adam, ana i niro srreers. ST. MARY'S OEltMAN CHURCH (CATU. OLIO, cor. Market and Third streets. OT. LAZARUS CHURCH (EflSCOPAL), v7 Madison street, etst of Third. (2T. MARY'S CHURCH (EPTScBtAL), V7 Ponlar street, near Alabama. 1 TOBACCO AND CltlARS A LARGE ANB enperior stock at Thurmond, S oaterACo.'s lonapqcimst., i monroe street. ADE, H. k CO.. BOOKSELLERS AND w H1TMORK A CO., 6TEAM JOB PRIK- rei-. ia manison strent. rE0MAN8. 8 P. ATTORNKY AXD RO-lii-ltnr. SS? Seconit . new Or.wi'w ftl'V STOVES. Gf. F. FILLEY'S CHARTED OAK. ,ir1f- THESB "OLD RELIABLE " 6T0VK are for sal ONLY by . u , J. P. SCHABEL & CO., NO. 287 KCIIf STREET, Who keep a full stock ef COOK, PARLOR and n K A TINtt S TO V ES. TIN , bilEET IRON and COPPER WARE. , ,. gee that the nam. of G- F. FILLET is on each Stove, before purchasing. - Sole Agents, No. 211 Main street, 98 - Memphis, Tenn. Charter Stove Emporium, (Established In 1859.) .. 191 Main St- IT. W. cor. WaahlnKton, (Sios or Bio CorrtB PotJ J. L. EICIIBERG, EEPS CONST ANTSY ON HAND A i -- -f tris hrata-il CHAHTKIi and T.y. BTEWART'3 COOKINO 8T0VE8, Heating Stovoa of all descriptions : dealer in Cutlery, Hollow Ware and House Famishing Goods : manufacturer of Tin, Copper and bheet Iron War. " . . . .. Roofing and Guttering done on short notiee. Mantels, Grates and Fire Brick eonstantly on h"d. - F, KATZEM1UCII, -- "sir O-aZlMAIjr STREETS IIS II Mamnbls. Tean.. Wnoleiale and Retail Dealer In She! Haul-. Waale Hooka, P""" Melon SMssi,flfli"-""--nseiste .as: Mer-h aseolewerylterlpUn. i Sole A rent lor "liTelnwjy Mold Mtln1 l'M-o,inil Ifasen jiamlln 'a Cabinet Orgrana. iMklag OlasMS aad Plrtnre Frasnea Bs, f order. Oil Palntlaira, (bromos, aarl Plelnree ot every de-erfptioa , aad tfonldiasns or all eijr lea, lor Hale. SEND FOR DESPRIPTITS CATALOGTJB and Price List. B hools furnished at as low rates aa at New York or New Orleans. Ord-rs from the eountry punctually .ttenned to. Small packagea of rtnngs aad Kheet Ms lit will be sent by -ail if the .pprelimaie amount of cash accompanies tbeorder. L arra packages by express. C. . I II. SEIIIAUHEN, DEALER IN Watches, SPECTACLES, ' iflusical Instruments MTRIX6S, ETC- TTC, S'tCZ Second Street, Bet. CMrt aad Jefarsoa 6 treets , Watehaa aad Knalral la.traa.eaia Bea-ilred. M 117 l! Uj r! l 1 i.