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FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE. GEORGIA HOME Ins. Co., of Colombns, lia. Assets, - - - 9300,000 STATE LSUIIANCE CO., Of .Nashville, Tenii. Capital. - 9200,000 w. 11. MOORE, Office: No. 293 Main .Street, Hi ill lb WhvIukm Bank of Aleut. UlH. PUBLIC LEDGER OHleei No. 13 Madison Street. Friday Evening, Wo v. 89, IS7H. STANLEY. This intrepid explorer and discoverer is agaia on our shores after an absence of five years. The outline of his ex ploits Las been given iu graphic style by the daily press within the past few months, but the public awaits something further. A geHeral deajre is felt to know the details of Stanley's march a thou sand miles across the African contiuent in search of Livingstone, who was be lieved to be dead and bad been aban doned to auy fate by the British Govern nieut. People would like to know from the hero's own facile pen or ready tongue what means he employed to accomplish such unprecedented results. They want to know more of this remarkable youug man, who faces with equal composure the bullets of Valentin, the wild African of the deM-rt, the beasts of the jungle or the doulitiHg savauaof the Royal Geo graphical Society of London. The story he has to tell is uot only full of adven tures and marvelous encounter, whose recital will thrill and entertain the mil lion, but the central figure is an example of fortitude, long sullering and heroic daring that is (it to be held up for the em latiwn of our American youth. Not that every oue could or should become a traveler in trackless deserts or feverish swamps, but to illustrate that in any other sphere whatever a young man of good mettle and common sense may overcome extraordinary difficulties and win the approval of his conscience as well as his fellow-men. Who wiyild not rather be the honest Stanley, bronzed like copper with long and fearful expo sure, and turning prematurely, gray before he is thirty from the fearless disharge of perilous duty, than the in sipid Prince of Wales or the Grand Duke Alexis of Russia. Our hero has made his own fame by protracted priva tions amid the dangers of shipwreck, fatal climates and more fatal men and beasts, far frem the haunts or the snc cor of any civilized race. No honor that he can reap, or reward from poets, muse or from coffers, or popular enthusiasm, will overmatch his merit, his modesty or bis true courage. The medals, be studded with diamonds, bestowed by royal bands, are mere Christmas toys compared with the recognition and the applause of the civilized world that be gins to greet our American hero. The English people and their pedantic snobs who inhabit places in the temples of learning and art were the first to doubt and the last to admit Mr. Stanley's suc cess. But'be confronted them on their own ground and presented proofs of finding Livingstone, that wrenched the royal auuff-box from stubborn vaults, and put upon bis breast a medal worn only by the renowned of the earth. 11 is hastily written book has been sought wiUj the eagerness of enthasiasui, and two editions in Loudon were sold as soon as issued. The people of this conutry, who are to b favored with his lectures, likewise await with impatience an op portunity to read bis book. The Mayor of New York did well to propose a pub lic reception in honor of Stanley, and for the hour both James Gordon Ben nett and Livingston are characters of peconrdary interest. ME. ClEEELET'g ILL5EBS. The morning dispatches confirm the worst reports and conjectures concern ing Mr. Greeley's mental aud physical prostration. His physicians define his disease as an organic affection of the brain, the result of physical prostration consequent upou his unremitting attend ance at the bed-side of his dying wife. His last words, aud the saddest he could have conceived or uttered, were: " The country is gone, the Tribune is gone and I am gone." There, is little hope that he will live, or that he will recover con sciousness before death. II is condition must excite profound sympathy and regret everywhere. For the honesty and earnestness of the man, and the indomi table energy which lifted him up to such an eminence among the wise and great of the land disarmed his oppo nents of enmity, and even in po litical defeat be commanded the re spect of all classes. His labors during the campaign were almost superhuman, aud least of a'.l was the work of speech making acd traveling. It waa tbe wear and tear of heavy correspondence, and of receiving at all hours and places the crowds of visitors who, (turn various mo tives, made their presence felt and de prived Li m of all rest aud seclusioa. Then the illness of his invalid wife, the companion of his breast, who Lad been domestic idol from his youth, came. and with it ceaseless watching and ami ftv, until she breathed her last, and the terrible Lwiw xlruck him down. It was this great grief that paralyzed his over- tiled energies and laid hue lw not the result of tbe Presidential election. That he will ever recover end occupy Us for mer position of intiueuce and usefulness cannot be hoped for. A sad spetrle anl commeclary .a the uucextaintiea of huuiuu expecUtiousta we the intej t'ectual giant stricken with ei:cb fa lamity, aud that at a- time when his utterances and future coarse were awaited with 10 much interest.- LITEEABT BOTICES, Tbb Quai'hic. .aa illustrated weekly newspaper published in London, and for sale at our news stands, is equal in exe cution and literary standard, if not su . a .1 penor, to tiy journal mat come, to our sanctum, ine aumorruaieu novemurr 9th has a frontispiece steel portrait of Sir Siilnev UedleV Waterlow. knight. r , .... r i nnjnn t slon nnn.l ' . . . tains a full page view or t!ie interior o the new city library, "a November Fog," "Tt.- T II,., nf ttnnB et Noir at Baden-Baden," " Marble Bust of Homer and of Cu-sar," " Her Majesty'. Mail in a Snow Storm," and numerous other il lustrations of current events aud emi nent persons. The articles relate to all the tiews and live issues of the age, as well as tbe fine arts. The Graphic is youug in years, but ripe in resources, enterprise and aggregated experience, It is rapidly coming into general favor throughout this country Thk Galaxy. The December number is equal, iu variety of topios and read able matter, to any of its predecessor., The opening chapters of the "Wetherel Affair," by J. W. DeForest, fairly engage the interest of the reader, and make him wish that at least one more chapter made its appearance in this number. " Life on the Plains," by General Custer, " His toric Lovers," by Junius Henry Browne, "Saved from tbe Mormons," "Scientific Miscellany," etc., are somebf the leading articles that sustain the reputation of this standard periodical, oi-H,i.a a na...-.... iu.u.,.. Ihe December number open, witn a somewhat protracted sketch, " New Ways in the Old Dominion," written in people will make the best of the sitna- tation to "Uuillot." These are minor mat . ,,. uivlo Kr Frorl Hiitihkiaa and illus- tion n1 ,et.t0 work with renewed energy ters. but the stage effect is considerably big lit , . , . ., iraieu wun numeroue cu. x ..D .t..n- artist nas aone ois wora lanuiMnj, mm all his pictures will be recognized as .. .i . i c:..f..ll ..J truthful and fair. Tbe table of contents is as varieu nuu iui i exacting could desire, and Scribner is still a synonym for good English and i Siangaru .u.ravurc. VT t r. nA n tn A VT PnlTtDO I '""" " Gazette. This journal or magazine, now in the sixth volume, contains all - nf .,t;..mnti, innrnaliiitic news and hints that are likely to inter est the publisher and editor. It has.be romn a welcome visitor with the class for whom it is intended, and contains a variety ol interesting information not to be obtained in any other periodical Published by George R. Kowell & New York. (In . The Aldinb Pbsss. The enterprising and successful publishers of this period ical have just issued two beautiful chro mes in the highest style of typographic art, the " Village Belle " and " Crossing Mmi. " Each oodv is made br I .w.ntr.fivoimnressionaoflbeDres.. and ' . r , , : . I bears a close resemblance io an on painting. This is certainly a grand step in the war of art. TDiavinivTin Thanksgiving was observed yesterday roughou, th. conntry,North and South, throughout and perhaps more generally inaa oa mi nrevlrm. occasion. All classes seem i .:: ,.a ..t .;.,i r . . . home went to cborch, ouer. were con- tent to remain passively away from busi- ness or work, while a larger class still , j , -i, - i nl i t. . J.t ! around festive boards and the evening amusemenU in theaters, club-rooms and balls, We like to see national holidays come around. People work too hard and constantly, and day of rest or I recreation now and then give them time to cultivate the acquaintance ot their neighbor, and to think of .omethiag . .. . , - j it beside, the exacting eth.es of dollars and cents. It i. one of the hopeful signs nfihfl times that our neonle nav more I allpnt mn tn iLa observance of holidays than formerly, and grown fj.i a. well as children enjoy themselves on each enjoy tnemseive. on sacn days, and cheerfully relax the tension of I tbeir energies from the stern duties ot every-day life. It is reported that Spencer, the car- ssi(tag Senator from Alabama, has LbougktejS fifteen Democratic member of the" Legislator zi Montgomery, and will thus be enabled to seeat fcij re election, This we choose to doubt, until confirmation) U received; bnt if it i. so, the fact will only diaUow J he names of fifteen small-sized grand rascal., fchft, like many other, now a days, bofd oat for a .mail price, and would take .till less. Tbey wero Democrats when it was popular to be so, and aoepted Spencer's bass) as cheerfully as they wou(J row pocket Ms greenbacks. Bkioadik. Gt.tRA(, MrDoyKix has been promoted to the rank of Major General, to fill the vacancy made by General Meade', death, and has been assigned to the Department of the South, with headquarter, in Louisville, and General Terry has been ordered West. General McDowell is personally accept able to the Southern people, being a liberal man, and his promotion and as signment is looked upon as a fart of Grant's favorable policy toward the South. Goi s;kor Browk has issued hi. proc lamation as requite by law, giving the result of the Presidential election in Tennessee: The Qrt-eley electors received aa aver at about Thv til-ant electors about Ureeley's majorily. Xta) you cast itm Our eslimuie aeyeral weeks 17 j.OOO. ago wa. A tert sad and romantic story ap pear, in the Courier Journal of a young id who nursed his affianced wife tWoh the .mall-pox until .he died: then took t.he fot'.hsome disease himself, and died, after lingering a few days. lie eaprpssed a preference for drajh, and died a willing sjcrifice 1o the love be bore bis fiancee. Scbctlib Colfax, the retiring Vice President, told Miss Vinnie Ream, the other day, with pride, that wnen be was nmmir and rennrtinir for a COUntrT Danor published at Indianapolis. Mr. Douglas. only paid him two dollars a day, al- though he claimed that his services were worth three. Well, if he waa as poor a - journaliBt M Vice President, he has been I tbe highest-salaried newspaper man ,,r0portjon t0 u;g worth ever known in -.. " . ( Thb merchant tax question is once .L...inuil,i it.a atti.itnn " , Iu our legislators. Our own member, are doubtless all right, and noed no instruc- tion- bnt remaiH. to be seen what ar- guments will reach the member, from other part, of the State. The Lkugki a. usual, will advocate a fair and equal system of taxation. Sound horses are considered exotics, since their substitutes are oxotics. No Dlapatrue. In consequence of the wires being down between this city and the Northern clime we are without the usual dispatches from all points to-day. The late storm ' " tumoiea trees across vuo iieBrBiiu; Uanlr ans! f UaialV Oils' li 41 iifT fTM tVlA Nortlern WOfd until the rep8irer seeks , . . . m . pnlinont!on. i!h rill be done to-day. Our readers must be patient for a few hours, but we can inform them that nothing of magnificent iniDortance has taken place on this earth of our. since last evening. - THE SPORTISG TIEW OF IT. The) Re-Katnbllahmesi nf Jockey t'lnba la tae aeaia. th,Tllrf. Field and Farni.l vow that the Presidential election is I 0ver, it is to be hoped that the Southern to replace the capital wiped out by the Mr. Gree ev advises that tbe .... .. ... .. . . , . .... --soutn, UKe tue iMorin, accept me sun- ation. Let her resolve not to waste 10 B'lD,ne ?' 'mPsl? V" L. I I I .lik ... A. ,!,. An .u -i ),. - tu We quete this much from Mr. Greeley, since it was the influence of leading Southern men that nut him io nomina- , p ,. - . ,nll ;f h. WR, J ' . Heemprl a fit tierson to receive the votes 0fthe South for a high office, be must be accepted as competent to advise, it is our frank opinion that General Grant ill now make a serious eaon to correct as far a. he can the grave abvses that have crept into the local governments of tbe late Confederate Mates, i hen we may hope with good reason that brighter Have, ar Hawninir for the South: and with returning nrosneritv we trust that the neODle will take more interest in the improvement of domestic stock. Be- 1. . , . el fore tbe war, tbe Southern States boasted of their fine breed., and almost every important city sustained a well-managed race-courae. It was tbe eeneral Dreva- lffnce m the turf fever that made the Snnthern-hred horse so much the sudb- nor of the animal bred in tbe North. paDlic racing, properly conducted, stim ulates us to aim at excellence in breed '" The splendid grazing districU of the South should again teem with ani- , who,e Teing gwel, w;lh aristocratic Wood. Re-establish Jockey Clubs at central points, and again improvement win commence its onwara marcn. ji is I , n i not necessary to oner large parses, ine sum. hung up a. prizes can be increased SZTffi misfortune, .mail purse will answer every purpose. The object is to stimn- late local pride, and this can be done with ontthauseofextravagantsumsof money. Organization is the principal thing. The people are not so poor that they cannot afford to patronize racing, provided the cost oi ine same is reuueeu io ak CBUUIBIC, tUUKM Will Bill I ;. ,ua ki;- .nn,.tt.;- ..: . t .A i ,.A..tA.t. a ( i i ' ...VM more pleasant to think of than politic. These contests likewise will direct more - o to breeaing ana ....'.IK I c.Diu.l will be retraced that was anni- bilated by the war. At many points in the Sonth racing has been re-established, i na " ol?e" J? 0,UD? "e .trugghng into life. Let the people do wtat they can to sustain the new ven- tures in the racing field, and then we I shall hear of fresh enterprise, in still "- KtTefts of DIsTeresj. timwlasits a... f0Howina: is the translation of a paragraph found ip the writings of Pro- feasor Von Leibig, the distinguished German chemist: The white wines are hurtful io the nervous system, causing trembling, confusion of language, and convulsions. Tbe stronger wines, such a champagne, rise quickly to the bead, but their enecta are only ot short dura tion. Sherry and strong cider are more quickly intoxicating than the generality of wines, and they have a peculiar intlu- enaa 0 fne gastric juices ol the stoin- ach. The inloxicaiiwn of beer is heavy ana ami, dui lis ubo uuee mul utuuer iua i drinker from gaining flesh Te dtink- j j. .11 l . . j . l i . i . i L..4 :. ... j a. u:.i .i,. an of l hiky and brandy are going to certain death. Had wine ig the least hurtful, and in some eases really bene ficial.". A Lobs; Issdletsssesit. The indictment against vYitliam M. Tvei4 make, a large volume. It con tains one thousand and fifty pages, tod i. toe longest jndiptment eypr found, in the world. It ha. not yet beep furnished to the counsel for the defense. They ill probably require several weeks, if not months, to examine it, which, of course, they have a right to. So that, ith motions to ouash and so on wi prospect, the trial does not appear to be very near at hand. If a man can draw an indictment of over one thousand pages that will stand be mast be a pretty gooj criminal lawyer. )t has not (eiit out who is the real author of this prolix document. Divorck. PaATtn For. In the Sec ond Chancery Court the following par tie, filed petition, for divorce from the galling bond, of matrimony: R. M. fridge, jr.. Jxnts, Brjdges, Marj J. Brown vs. M. C. Brown. Hatlce t All oar males (seven) being sick, we have purchased a lot of hand-carts, and wiil deliver coojj as proitly a. pj. Lie. Wc ask our friends, whenever pos sible, to give as their order, the day be fore the good, are needed. 80 ' Oi.ivta, Fisxis 1- Co. Hltehcll'o Klght Tblra slrMl. rhaal, So. Gas fitting, 16 Jefferson at. Set LiKms and !)! furnishing goods are aod at extra bargains at the South ern Palace dosing out sals. irl AMUSEMENTS. Memphis Thkat:. A crowded noun ap- uo.red at the matins civtn by Treasurer Short yesterday, on whloh occasion theextrav- "U " and pM,mtmi0 troupe In a most laughable, yet artistic, manner. The jugglers, acrobats, ballet troupe. gymnasts and trained animals "eeted the liveliest interest, and brought I f.,ntk Mnmls if mil n us frfttn thft a it tit trim. in i """, . " usnomime. entitled Jack nd (lill. was presented. It Is full to over- flowing with grotesque situations end humor I out Inoideuts. Stage Manager Jones thor- Lunlily understands the pantomime business nf and a-ais everything- up In tbe most artistic . To-night Jack and U ill will be pre- do doubt (o a d huu.u. . To-morrow there will be a grand mat te. and next Monday the Wagner minstrels will commence a week's engagement. Gsand Or-ieaa Hodsi. notwithstanding tbet the cold north wind swept the streets last evening, the (irand Opera House secured a Urie and fashionable audience. A light com edietta, the Two Puddifouts, was preseuted in advance of the regular comic opera, tho Child af the Regiment, buckitone's opera is full of good music, striking situations and incidents. Aa a military and musical drama it will hold the stage, at least as long as Mrs. Ob tea con- tinaes to present it to the style of last even- ing. The caste was very good. Mr. Crane taking the part of Pumperni, .kto.Mr. How- -nn RovcrAnnr Kn I Drift! " Mr. Draw. It II 1 1- ,ot. Jfr Ptstti .. Duke je Qrandtetei" and I l : V . M TiHkoua fta lndtaei" th title role being reserved for Mrs. O.tes. It was generally considered that a. the Child of the Kegiment Mrs. Oates appears to better advan tage than in auy opera contained in her reper toire. The musical gems of the evening were tbe trio from Atilla, the solo " Good-bye Sweetheart, Good-bye," by Mrs. Oatos, and tbe glorious song, " La sabre - de moa pere." by Mr. Drew and Mrs. Oates, and oho rus by the troupe. This latter song was finely rendered. We prefer, however, tbe manner of holding the saber adopted by M'lle Aiinee to that selected by Mrs. Oatei. Aimee holds it before her as if it were a cross, and kneeling invokes it to shield her lover, at it bad her father on many a well fought field. Mrs oates holds it in both hands reaJy for presen I (ned by tbe dramatic style adopted by Aimee To-niiht Mr.. Oates will ai.near in another of 1 " . . ..... her specialties, tbe frima Donna or a might, xbis being her benefit night, a large and fash io"bu endan;e " b i'eted, Saooa sOpksa Hoi'gg. At Broom I Opera Uouse this week there is a fund of amuse ment. Manager Marsh Adams introduces a number of new sketches and burlesques, in terspersed with songs, dances, quicksteps. banjo soles, clog dances, jigs, etc. Mr, Charles H. Seamon, ventriloquist, introduces his wonderful Peter Honti family. Manager Broom has a large troupe of people, compris ing many star performers, among others Miss Mollie Macey, the champion female ban joist and sensational vocalist, and Misses Smith, Whitley, Tremont, Emmaietta, etc, Olympic Vaeiktiks. Manager Buchanan has a number of new attractions this week at his temple of amusement on Washington "feet. New stars appear to-nis-ht; among "'bare the wonderful Lopet Troupe. Ueorge itr it a. i : a: " -""nam mo ir.iimui wuiuiuuii, o" as the boneless man; thorles Hamlin, the celebrated Chinese juggler and balancer; Toney Burton, the great delineator of Irish characters, and the gifted St, Martin sisters, Mollie and Bmma. Thirty other per formers make up tbe fine company at tbe Olympic. Stage Manager Charley White moves everything forward like olock work, and keeps np the sensation from the rising to the falling of tbe curtain. Uo to the Olympic to-nigliU CloalBs; Owt. Id order to close up our business, we offer our stock of office and fancy sta- tionery. blank books, etc., at fi twentyfive to fifty per cent be.ow n, rora sual figures, and we respectfully invite the public to give us a call. Goodwtx & Co., 47-t 3G1 Main t, Memphis, Tenn. Dress Good, at extremely low prices, regardless of cost, at the Southern Pal- , , Ort lf. . ac e p i oa i u a o u i aa i e. a iu a i bl. 68t ' FoR lWe Cne8t 8olid K0,d jewelry go to tbe Jet falace. tor omce. 81 Charleston avenne Ware'. drug store; at night, at Hotel de Europe. For solid gold jewelry go to the Jet pi.a r.f.t ralflce- ' , , t,0T mtehell'is Hlxbt School, No. 301 Third alreet. GC-91 Scarfs and shawls, large stock, cheap est in the city, at the Southern Palace closing out sale, 3.12 Main street. &St Stra-okrs visiting the olty should not fail to visit Peabody Billiard Hall. &C Southern Palace closing out sale, 58t ' Bargain, are the rule.' Astoxishino. Mr. A. R. Droeaher, No. 33 Monroe street, ha. .even horses, none of which have the horse disease. Any one can learn the preventive (free nc r..ra .-nino- nn Mr nmp.lipr --- o - - - . . . , . , i t b' P1 ot W, No. 38 Monroe Street. 76 Fix est billiard hall in the city Wil- lett's. 30t CELERY received daily at Victor D. Fuchs', 41 Jefferson. 2G-T J. W. S, BttOwjfR, 16 Jefferson tt 9?t VV. H. Mitchell's school,' m Third .t. T. 8. Barboce has a few barrels of pure crape juice, which he oners for one dollar per gallon. Leave your orders at I3 Oi-ivsa, 1innii 4 Cos. Prarodt Billiard Hall, largest and. most elegant in the SpitbwwW 8 -zr r. fc " 1 -' HiPriNO TAOS printed just at New York price, at tbe Public Ledoer office. 43t Pbelai & Collikder's beveled table, at tbe Peabody Billiard Hall. 6 Ci.oAts axd Fcr. C,j to the South ern Palace closing oat sale, regardless of cost, 332 Main street. 68t Willett's street Billiard Hall, 37 Adams 30t Attention, f kUUw I take this opportunity of informing my friends and patrons that I am pre- fiared to furnish both dealer and fa mi les with my famous Norfolk oysters at greatly reduced rate. Goods sold by me are known to the public to be of the best qnalitr, and believing competition to be the life of trad, am determi ned not to be undersold by anybody. Very respectfully, Vir-Toa 1). t'icp. Jf ' 41 Jefferson street. Baroai are tbe rule at the Southern Palace closing out sale. Wt SAVED THROUGH FIRE. telleta of the lloatoss rsklasnlty Esftoaoa la Sfeinphla. It is an old saying that "it is an 111 wind that blows nobody good." . A few days ago a wail went op from the-great city of Boston, and the world stood amazed at tbe great conflagration which at one time threatened to wipe from the faoe of the earth "the Hub of the Uni verse." But fortunately the fire was quenched aud a large amount of goods of various descriptions was laved. These goods, some of which were only slightly damaged, were to be sold, of course, at a sacrifice. Lou Leubrie, the enterpris ing, wide-awake proprietor of the Ex position and Dollar Store, saw an oppor tunity here of benefitting hi. patrons by offering them at reduced prices large lot of fancy goods, notions, toys and holiday goods of every variety and description. With Leubrie, to see it to aet, and accordingly within ouly few daya after the great holocaust b had rented, furnished, fitted and opened the large and commodious establish ment, No. 267 Main street, opposite Court Square, with a full and complete stock of goods saved front the Boston fire. These articles having been pur chased at a sacrifice, can very naturally be sold at prices the most reasonable, and thus it will be seen that to some ex tent the Boston fire has benefitted Mem- phi, by furnishing our people a varioty of goods such as they need at a much lower price than they could otherwise have been had. Leubrie's stock of goods embraces a variety of articles too nume rous to mention, all of which can be seen at tbe new- store, No. 2C7 Main street. 78 Drivk.v wgi.ls, 1G Jefferson st. Vlnllu and guitar atrlssR-a, 98t beat Italian, at II. Seebausea's, Neeoutl a treat. 87-t . Pumps, 16 Jefferson street. 98t MAltlUKI). SPEED -JONES On Thursday. November 28th, ath 12 iu., at Kt. Peter's church, liy Hev. r ather Carey. Kiihsrt A. rpird and Mollii M. Junks, all of this city. ACCNT8. C'.rY Crt AGENT'SPROFITS PER WKKK. OO 1 .OU Will prove it or forfeit MW. New articles patented JalylBth. Sauiples free to ell. Address W. 11. Lbidester, Jul Broadway, New York. 77-42 w40 INSURANCE. H 11 N A. IN 1 O lusurauco Compaiiy op m3l:miiiim. Olllce: ISo. Madison Street. 6. H. DUN300MB, President. W. 0. UALBKKATU, Vie President. X. M. NaTLaJN. tiooretary. Dlreetnrat H. DUN800MB. W. B. OALBREATH. 0. a.TOWNBltNU. N. FONTAINE. .. VAUUAUU, JUN KKULIK. . J. DUSKY. ,UHN 0. KI7.ER. K.F. RISK. J. A. SHANK. HAN All KK. H. . JUNUB, U. MARTIN, W B.MALi.ORY, W. L. RADFORD. Insnraa against I.oa by Flra, Ha. rma ana uier minks. r Risks on Private Dwellings aepMian esired. hs-B'-t I. O. O. F. SECOND ANNIVERSARY Of Banner Lodge 147, X. O. O. F. TO BK GIVEN AT Memphis Club Hall, Tuesday Even'g, December 3d, 1873. ' Tickets admittin; gentleman and ladies, $2. T. S. Jukes. B. BloKbam. W. il. Mevatun. Cuinmittee of Arrangements TtckeU can be bad of V. H. Clark k Co.. F. D. Barnura A Co., Young k Bro., Jos. Locke, or froiTi thw Committee. 'ii-77 AMUSEMENTS. MEMPHIS THEATER. Spai.disq k Pope bHoar "MjMaej -proprietors Treasurer THE MANAOKMKNT TAKE PLEASURE ia announcing to the public en engage ment, tor six niRbts and oalurday matinee, ol tbe world renowned PANTOMIMISTS, - ' Maffitt & Bartholomew With their entire troupe, numbering 50 ST A 11 rERFOKMERSU Commencing Kaadar, Haw. S3. Tbey will present Ihr the first time in Mem phis, their new and original Comie Pantomime, entitled FLICK AND FLOCK I Or, The Doctor and Devil ! A trick pantomime, replete with comie Wi den uf Uas-hahle situations, ludicruas events, sUrtliog tricks, wonderful leaps, magical changes, etc., inlrodutn tae celebrated pan- imimisu, AJFil'f AS CI.OWN. HAIlinULUAUlU AS fANlAliUUiX. Also, th wonderful St. Felix Parisian Troupe, Whose performances are theaemtof Terpsich orean excellence. Mondav, Taeday Th iin Matin FI IPk A Ml FI.OCK aad Wednesday, and e, will be presented, Tbarsday. Friday and Saturday Evenings Jack and uh.l. Saturday-JACK AND QILL MATINEE. Mondny, December J CAL. M INsl HKLS. WAGNER'S Oil AM) OPERA HOUSE. Prui-tUtu and Manager, au.iness Manager...... Acting Manager .Jobs A. Btxvixs BM DkBas T. W. Davsv Ji.NOAOF.MENT EXTRAORDINARY AND Jj saasnilioeut pruaui-uoas, MRS. JAMES A. OATES Aad aer sunrior Comic Opera Company, Messrs. Crane. Drew, Boweo. Pratt, Bh noD, linker, Jones, Horan. and Miss l-'raster, Boudinot aad Ulena. BIX NIQHT3 AND OSK MATINEE. MnndaT and Tuesday erenintu. Not 25 and. W-Pli.ncht's EiUhuuii liurlesviiV lH- V.dnir-Firrt tiu.e ia BasrWh of OITen ba-h s LKS I' P.AV J K !.. TburluT-VHll.I iK THE REQIMENT. l-filMA IION.N A OP A MOHT. Saturday Alatioee A llrand Comic Oates Opera. PRICKS AS I SI AL. M on lay, Dnilier 2-The Celcbrate-4 I;Uh Cumediaa. Mr. Juil.N C-LLl,N. MITCHELL, HOFFMAN & CO., : MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OP Furniture and Looking Glasses. IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN . ' CAEPETS, OIL CLOTHS, CURTAIN MATERIALS, r j HIIA1XTCS. ETC., KTQ. , - WITH OVER THIRTY YKARS EXPERIENCE IN THE FURNITURE BUSINESS, AND having ample capital to pay cash for all our purchases, we are enabled to offer to the public, at WI1UL.KHA1K UK RETAIL, one of the best and most complete stocks in the Mouth or West, which w will sell at low as th same Quality of goods can be bought anywhere in th United States. , - , W rusiwotfully invite inspection of our stock at our Salesrooms, Nos. 308 and 310 Main Street and 31 Monroe Street, MEMPHIS, ' ... TENN. 45-xvl-M dw Jet Palace : Jet Palace. I. ltOESCHER & CO. WE MOST RESPECTFULLY INFORM 1 1 stock of SOLID GOLD JEWELRY! Of Every description. . i v. . ' (NfttwitbflUndint nil renortJ to the contrary.) Ltdloi will find It to their advantage tn mm- ine our liue of goods botur pcrchwing. Kemetuber, all foods warranUd u reireentd. la JET, FANCY GOODS W receive now dailv the latest anal most very stylish this season. 66-137 HOUSE Mi B. LOWENSTEIN & BROS. Wo are now Offering a Splendid Lime of House Furnishing Goods! CimsMiug of T O I I-s I IS" EJ T rF E rt'fillo Olotlis, Bleached and Broivii itr.i:AciiEi SHEETINGS AND I IV, ALL The attention of Hotelkeepers Marseilles and Wool Couhterpanes5 IN ALL BLANKETS IN And E?ery Size, wklcu we are B. LOWENSTEIN & BROS., Nos. 242 and 244 Main GROCERIES. Now Stock. ISvhnek! anl hair bkl. Mine Mvatt. 50 rasks Rcotrli Ale and Lendon Perlsr, lOObhla Navy Bran and Hetsnlnr, Itn bblaSwert t lUrr. sesbeiss aad Urlr boxea New BtalHtna, (iOOda. ITMftTM aad Jell Ire. Io bay; slmeaeiaa fJreana N n U, 40 brrl Oranirs, 4US) parkaaiea fickle, all alae aad I vie. SOO Canard Frail and V He wn 1.4 and 1-2 rases Hnrtlnea. a0 pk a SS arkerel and W bl aa Flats, 8Mlbxaltrtd Chene, as U. A. tlktKH'8, 37-114 oSH Front, ror. i;nla at. MEDICAL. The Horse Plague ! FORREST'S JUNIPER TAR TS WARRANTED TO CVRB TU1S BI3 A earc r the pric po.illr.lr refunded. Im mediate relirf pruduoed. iireeins: Aauint the laee of the annual from the eyes down to the nostrils, aid sbo the entire throat well, with the Japer Tr thre times day, and tiv b ua a teaspounful mixed with a wine gls f sweetened water, thre times a day, and a re is warranted; if not. return the mpty bottles, and the propieUr pleds-es bim evil to refund the money. Uewsre of counter frit. The genuine if put up by l'r. das. Mason Forrest Co. Thirty-fire eents. Thuse hav ing hone woald do well Is rut tats ut tot future refereuee. fur sale by Moot A H tils, il'BLIO VK1)KK JOB PRINTING E8 labitrknieut, Su. la Madisui street. Com mercial, Steamboat aad general job printing executed with neatness and dispatch. THE PUBLIC THAT WE KEEP A LARGE AND HAIR ORNAMENTS, beautiful Battens. Black Oarnata and real .lat I. ROnSCHER Sc. CO., Jewelers, No. 3211 Main Ntreet, snitiG GOODS, Towels unci IViipla-ins, Linen Table Damasks and mtowv PILLOW CASINGS, WIDTHS. and Steamboatnieii is railed t o our Magnificent Stock of ' - 1 SIZES. ALL GRADES Selling at POPULAR PRICES. Street, corner Jefferson. CARPET8. CARPETS.New styles just received; alno Furniture, Mat trefises, Window Shades, etc. Special inducements olTered at AMES, BEATTIE & CO.'S, 49-iacu JKHi Main Street. LOTTERY. A. IVolsle Cliarlty. OMAHA ToTTK ItY, I AID OT TNK MBBKAMIaA kTATE Orphmi Vhv luiii. To be drawa io public. Dee. .HMh, 1372. Tickets $1.00 Eat b, or Six lor $;.00. TickeU seal by KiprewC. 0. 1)., Ifdeaired. 1 Urand Cash Prito... iTS.oo 1 Uraad Lano Prn..... 1 Grand l'ah Prise - 1 lirand I've Prise 1 lah Prise 1 Cash Prise . 2 Cash Pritee, i W each. 4 Cash Pnie., .',(. each i Cash Priaee. SI. US) ach 16.1MI ltl.IKO 4. CM 1.UI S.OWI or aalanc of Prises send for Circular. Ihi leral enlerpriiv is indorsed by Ihe high vet aalborily of th Slate ana tbe be.it business usen. J be limited number of Tickets on band will be furuirbed tho who apply brst. All prises aill be paid in lull. A(.srs VtlNtkl). J-'or lull parlii ulars ,.Jtr-.. J. M. PA1IKE. 74-97 Oeneral Manager, Omaha, ; b.