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jumcei Mo. 15 JUtoOB tnrcet. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Armour Iostiarta. M mi. Kmtlt B.jii'ou.gI'i0AJtIggi- Johb W.' J.kfkmoit, lMd..on itteet. ft, " '53!!Sf! Madly- W. li. Dorr. S4 uayoso .ii: Ala Denot. Jivra L. AaHBBOQl. 1 yoiO "" Arctiltect. JiM-B Coos. SS .Madison street. - A Bai.dwi". Planters' In. Bulldlnf . , K. FArtAKD, lie and 197 Main itroet. Awiuanliioa, dam, K to. L. ScHOXAKH, 109 Real itrftet. Airrl. lmnlDiaaia aal heed. Otto Scbwili, A Co.. 177 Main itreet. Bnerlea and Wrni. Wallaci A Gibson, S89 Second itreet. Beer and Ale Uepak tm PrmriKT A Co.. 13 Court ttreet. Bnller Warka. Kobbbt LiwtB. No. 114 Water ttr.t. tJlndlusT and frlatlaa;. W. D. Matpiklp. 361 Main ttreet. Boot and Shoea. f kamcts Fiimkq. 200 Main strt. P. Hach. 411 Main "root. Mai-s A Wakjbb, 48 Beal itrMt. d. Habdbi, 245 Main itreet. 3. Adi.bb 4 Bpo.. 7'K Beal itreeU Wm. Millii. 221 Main itreet. Johb W. Voiuu.1. St4 Main street, ftita. W. MPBLi.it. 58V Jefferson ttrt. RAtllias; Warka. K. Hinicit, 7 Washington itreet. BlnlT ritw Laaadrjr. RiOBAKD Shirt. 228 Second itreet. Bakars and ranfeetlOBera. Ubokob Hi'MB, 416 Main ttreet. 11. Hi tri, 126 Beal itreet. J. J. Takkik. SI Front itreet. Kocti A Smith. SS Beal itreet. Chab. Dtcxiti. corner of Beal and Shelby. F. Sbidbi., 1:57 Union itreet. Books and talloary. Ctuvvs k C iibbs, 283 Main itreet. Mas. W.J. MAHaroBP.eor. Second k Monro. Book Hasle. Vlaaoa, Etc H. O. Hou.Btiia. 4 Main itreet. Boarding-, livery aad Bala stable, Hall k Co.. Union itreet. Bnalaeaa I'ere. S. M. Robsbtsov, SS6 Main itreet. T. A. LtpntX. 238 Main itreet. Builders. Cbbib. Hbttibqii. 13 Second rtreet. Billiard a. PUT St PlABODT BlLLIABP HALL. Play billiaidi at Willbtt's. 37 Adams rtreet. rattan tains. , 02 Front ttreet. Purr Org Co. ('arriare Rrpalrlntr. Otn Ln.LT, 61 and 63 Union itreet. I'ammtailei. A. K. ftrLLr. Vfl Front street. JogB Nrrot, M Main itreet. rnnaer. Dtto Scbtltik. 128 Poplar rtreet. Carpenter. T. F. Callabab. 224 Third itreet. 4. Rkpbb. 11 Wathinrton itreet. ClntMnc. Joiwsob k VA5C1. Msin itreet. ti. k A. L. LnwisnTii. 2li8 Main itreet. fj. Stmob. nnder Worfham Hons. A. WoLrgyTBTM. 331 Main ttreet, Clear If annfaetarr. Jn.rrs grgALBTHA. 147 Washington itreet. fleam aad Tobarr. Sol Coi.buak. 3T0 Main ttreet. J T. Wiijiov. )1 and 3f8 Main ttreet bAtTomrt k Rirsin. 43 Jefferton rtreet. China and Qneenewara. W. k 8. Jack k Co.. 224 Main itreet. onneraniltbs. ihee-lrai Warkera. Moti'T k Co.. Steam Fittert and Blaflk traithi. corner Market and Fulton itreeti. nyrlnf. Cleaning- and Bepalrlns;. ft. A. H',i.yito. 61 Madiion itreet. fry fioods. Tatloi. Jot k Co.. 312 Main ttreet. Bentleta. B. P. CrTi-rt. 21S Main rtrt. A. Wbiwob k Stinn. cor. Main and JegeTiOBi llruri and Wedlelnea. T. F. OooortAB. under Overton Hotel. H. M. Wa an A Co., 143 Main itreet. ('. V. 8. Mobbibi A Co.. 120 Beal ttreet. Jo Wasthb. 1M Main itreet. Api! RtNicrRT. cor. Main and Market, W. C. Oriswold A Co.. 423 Main itreet. Rye and Ear Infirmary. Pi. L. L. Cnt.RMAK, 4H7S Main itreet. Fine I.lqnr and Clears. 3aBi.rT Frlu's. 351 Main rtreet. r c.empressed Teas. Cp. A. Mit.LKB. arent of Fleiichmann A Co 't Com. Yea, eor. Second tnd Jack ton. Fnrnlalilnr Roods. F. O. Babyabt, corner of Main tnd Monroe. Vnrnllnre and rpbolstery. IoriB KrtTH. 191 Main itreet. Fnrnltnre aad Carpets. Bbtsob A Cawp, 22 Main itreet. Hroeerles. R. C. MaLtB A Co.. 198 Main itreet. .Iaiibb M. Dotlb. 62 Second rtreet. Cheliea. Ocb. A. Morti. eor. Shelby and Bonth rtreeti. Jasrs Qfinlab. 8. E. cor. DeSnto A Linden. D. Gums, 76 Second itreet; alto feed. P. Drtitt. 211! Poplar rtreet. Pat Roprr. 410 Mnin itreet. P. McNulty, 153 Beal itreet. Johk McliADOHLIB, 36 Main itreet. Hotels. Whitrmorr Hocib, board 15 to 110 aer week. Cfrlrra UorR, L. LaCroii. Proprietor. Meali 5lfl at Franki.iic Hopsb, 18 Adami it. Plabtbrs' Hocbb. f 1 25 per da. 129 Main. Cochbak Hall, l2nd 184 Main itreeti. Worrh am Hoosr. White ACox.12 50 per day Morart Hocbb. 15 Waihinrton itreet 6bbi! Trrb Hotbl. board 11 50 per day. If air foods. Mbb. M. L. Ropkib. T Main rtreet. If as. Caps and Fart. E. Dart, 847 Main itreet. air Bresser and Hair Gtodt, CwrRCH, corner Court and Second itt. Iran. Nsfe and Jail Worki A. D. PCHfLTZ. 119 Jelfenon itreet. Inanranre Fire, life. Ttf, Jawta E. Warwrb. 17 Madiion itreet. Carrihgtob Mabum, 9 Madiion itreet. Grrrrr A Lpcab, 18 Madiion itreet. H. T. Tomi.iboi,17 Madiion itreet. Bbattt A Littluorv, Agentt. 22 Madiion ft. Iron aad BUeel. Jobb Mahootr, 196 Main ttreet. Job Prlntlna;. A. Rrrhb, 280 Main itreet. I.tlmber, floors, Haan, F to. J. Eaprb. 358 and 3A0 Heennd itreet. J. K. Kirti.and A Co., 109 and 111 Union tt. Mr tl re Naaaraeietj, JohW Plath, 119 Beal itreet. Mlllinerr and Breea Making. Mrb. S a I.1.H PrLLtTAt. 2n5 Main itreet. Mr. SirrL. 3Vj and 3'.8 Main itreet. Mrb. J. W. WiLMiBOToy. 53 Beal itreet. Mrb. M. A. Oarrrtt. 120 Beai itreet. Mrb. Booth A M. A. Cum so, 240 Main tt. V . PRtprt. 315 Main rtreet. feat RfarPef. f. E. Hblmb. 690 Main rtreet. I.SRRRnrL.Fi. A Son.. 72 Jefferion.139 Main StoaoR CaooRT, or. Elliott and DeNot: IU. t. Uai.irrimrr, lufi Main and 106 AHaml. I. A. McCaivrr A Co., wbnleiale. 347 Shelby. Sorii.libo A Bro., 68 Jeffertos ttreet. Thiai. .35 Poplar itreet. Merchant Tailor. T, Rinnoi.BB. 34 Union itreet. T. Mrot, 238 Second itreet. Job. BfwoiAno.341 Main rtreet. Meats, Ureteric. Fta. Ai..Tn,TB A rVm. meat. HT7 Vane ttreet . . ifarble Works RtTR A S..11.44 iii 4 Poplar itreet news aad i.iMBery. J. W. T.TIRRW. . h. L. Smith. VA Main. oVerton Hotel. Karsery. Ooiiri B. Serond. nr Pl rtreet. tyeters. I.nc, Etc. S.Ci.rtirrT. Sf2 Beal trt. Otis. Lamps, Haaps. Ete. Pirw-orr A Co.. 2T9 Main itreet. 0. F Pbyalrlan. Tobb CBAWm PR, M. D.. 3. Scott4 rtreet pa. T. lx.--.iii i. Ki ience ln Third ttreet lit. J'jb. P'tmab, Sv Viin ttreet. 1R. H. H. Hiinw. 41 .bullion itreet. Palaters. oit. E, Airii, ail Main it , Flaanbar aa4 Cm Flttar. , RmwPT. MB Front Row. Photographers. Cardi p per doi., Aimbtiobo'b, 211 Mala it. J. H. Moyrob. 240 Main itreet. S. Oqdbn. ii'i Main street. Cardi 8 per doi. I P. . Gibod. 5H Beal it. Painter. , F. Davrs, ?98 Second street. Palais u Oils. 0. QuicntunrsB A Co., S90 Main rtreet. Beatal Asreney. Q. W. McSbbb, S Adami itreet. ltnafara. Jams Hall Co., 115H Beal itroet, PUttlo Beal Estate Broker. Ii. OctOB, SI South Court ttreet H Res tan ran ta and RKioons. W. RtiKKtr, 85 N. Second ttreet Chelre. MucHANTS. corner of Second ana Madiion. Johkb', Not. &, 7 and 9 Court ttreet Woii.lbi llotist, meali 2ao. 68 Jeffenoa ft Saw aad Planlay; Mill. Jobb Zixt, Front itreet, opp. Oat Worki. Hekool. W, Z. MrrORiLL, Principal, SOS Third ttreet. Sarlnara Bank. Frrp jkak'b Sattko abb TarsT Co, 44 Beal tt, Hewing Haeklnes. GtOTtt A Bairi, 318 Main rtreet SiHGta Machini Co., i734 Main ttreet. Wilshb Machibi Co.. eor Adami and Second, Staves, Tin Ware and Urates. RiPK A JORKSOB, 306 Main itreet L. Fim A Co., 151 Main itreet. Tailoring, Cleaning and Repairing. W. M. toiB, 17 Wait Court ttreet. Harbor A Waurr, 216 Second ttreet. Undertakers. Thos. Swak. 232 Third itreet. rLAHBRTT, MARI.RT BfLLITAR. 317 CBCOna. G. U. Holst A Bto.. S24 Main itreet JeHB Walsh. 344 Second and 15S Winchetter. Wboleasle aad Be tall Heat Store. C. Mi: tiL A Co.. 77 Main itreet. Wall Paper, Ete. 11A A Co., S81 Main itreet. L. M vratchee aad Jewelry. V. B. U'aATSl, 808 Second itreet S. L. Micbot. 303 Main itreet HPric, 77 heal Itreet. KErUIS rOSTOFFICE. fmoidoriB FteilA.it. toSp.m.i Soirat, From 9 to 10 A.M. Ck'et. ArriTat. t.M. I r.M. A.M. I P.M. 12 3.30 MecaibiiAOhio&.K. Twice Paily. Memphii A Charlettoa K. R. Daily. 8.2D 3.30 11.00 LIB 11.55 1.25 1.00 .S0 11.45 1100 Mliiiinippi A Tfnnat- ee n. tt. naiiy. Memphii A Little Rock R. R. Daily. Miit.rirer to Velena A Friari Pt daily. Viekiburcftri-weekly) Mon., Tli an. .Sat. Mi.'i. riTer t- St.Louit Mon.Thuri. Fri. White Riyer Semi Woekly Tuet. A Sat Ark river.iemi-weekly Tueiday and Saturday Marion (tri-weekly) I Won.. Wed., Fn. I Cuba, Tennenee weekly Friday. EjbaliaAOliTsBraaes Tuet. and Fri. 1 ) 3 30 i jo S30 3 SO 3 30 tTASOXIO BIBEfJTUHT. m Loners. 8ot7TH Mirpbis. Ifo. 118 meet 5d Friday Ine.ch month-at Odd Fellowi' Hall. W. M.Brooki.W. il. a.j. aeeier, Meretary. i.minii. No. 168 meeu 1st Monday is very month, at Odd Fellowi' Pall corner Court end Main. John tiordoa, W. M.; B. Richmond. Secretary. i Koott. No. 2 meeti lit Thnndav of ea-h month at Odd Fellows Hall. Wm. Frank. W. M.J A. 15. Myen, Secretary. DRhoro, no. meeu oa rnaaj oi eaou month-Odd Fellowi' Hall. Bun. F. Price, W. M. : R. W. Shelton. Secretary. Kilwikriro, No. 81 meet 4th Friday of ..-h mnnth at Old Fillnwi' Hill. Richard Creighton. W. M.; Jai. 8. Carpenter, Secre tary. royal tics. Pus Chapti. No. 22 meet! 3d Monday of each month at Muom nan. in uaroio Block. A.J.Wheeler, M. fi. H. P.; J J U'llr. Rscretarv. MKrma Chaptii. No. 95 meeti at Ma- toni Hall, in Oayoto Bnck. 3d Monday of each mnth. W. n. mattbewt, Bl. a. II. r.t R. W. bhtlton. Swetary. B. ABO B. H. RnirtA Cobroil. No. 6 meet 3d Tbnn- .4ar of eaoh month at Mnonie Hall. In (lr- oto Blo-k. U. Reder, Th. IU.; C. H. Myen, Kee. TIVPLARt. Ctrbbi Comkatidrbt No. 4 meeti 4th Mnn- 4av of each month. J. M. Pettigrew. K. C. I T. J. Barchni. Ree. VALVART URAPT1B Or IVOIl VROIZ, IStB, JtO. U Charlel W. Adamt. 32i. M. W.'.-; H. Xomlinton, ski, boo. . L. 4. O. r. DIBECTCBT. Odd Fellnwi.PIIall, corner Main and North Court itreeti. Lonets. MlM"WTB Loooi. No. 8 meeti erery Tnet d. Wm. W. Hnmnhreyi. N. O.; E. O. Milton. V. O i L. 8. Barr. Secretary; E. F. Risk. Treaiurer. Chiciaiaw Lodob, No. meet! every Mon day night Ben Freiberr, N. .5R. B. Jonei, V. 9.; R. D. Cravier, R. 6.; Themai Bacon, P. 8.1 John Holt Treasurer. Bchillbi Lodoi, No. 140 meeU vry Wad nednv night J. O. Schmidt, N. O. ; Henry Schilllne, V. O.: Chat. Burner, Secretary; Henr Harder, Treaiurer. .Bum t.onoi. No. 147 meeti every Friday Uht. J. T. Leei. N. O. s J.J. Roil. V. O.j J. H. Shepherd, P. and R. S.s J. S. Wllkim, Treasurer Blurb City Looob, No. 187 meeti every Tneiday evening at Second itreet. 4. W, L. Crook. N . O. ; R. C. Ryan. V. G. ; W. H. Moyiton, Secretary; C. Orott, Treaiurer. BBOAMPMim. Qatoso Rbcaiipmivt, No. 3 sail ea the lit and 3d Thursday nithti of each month. Dan'l Shlosl, C. P. I Charlei M. Carroll. H. P. t John L. Graff. 6. W. ; John A. Holt T. ; Frank UndeTwood, J. W. Mbmphis EBOAfi'WBBT. No. 39 meeti 2d and 4th Thurtday ni.uU of each month. C. Groii. C. PjiThoi. L. Risk, H, P.t Jo Nuttall, 8. W.; T. fi. Bintham, Tremnror; Wm. M. Homan, J. W. ; G.W.Smith, Scribe. ORGRRl LODOI. Mimphib Diaati Lopot No. 3 Meeti Crst Saturday of eacn month. M. Carroll, I). M.: D. C. Trader. D D. M.t K. R. Jack, A. D. M.; Thorn M S. Bingham, Sec'y; Chat. Richmond, Treai. Or FTTHIA8. TlRBRBBlB Lodob No. 8 Meeti verv W ednetdav night at WS Second treet, Vinoent Block, opposite Court Sonar. P.J. Moran.C. C. G. W. L.Crook. V.C. George Mallery. K. of R. and 8 J II. H. Cole man M. of V.: A. Honn, M. of K. C. Groat, P.; C. K. McClean, P. C. Cor oi Liob Lone: No. 18 Meeti every Monday night at 20 Hecond ttreet, Vinoent Block, opposite Court Square. J. W. Ander- ton. C. C; J.J. Ron. V.C:C. A. Burr. M E. I B. H. Coleman, M. F.; D. G. Reahard, K R. B.i F. M. Haley, P. C t J. C. Waltton, P mEStPEBAXCK BOCIETT. Natoma Tirtli of BT. An T. No. 1 meets very Wed need ay night at 7H o'clock at new . , . i , ,, Tl 1 . C , : . masonic nail, wnjvv uinra. inais rirvvv. F. M. Haley. W. C. T.t J. F, Conrsd. W. V. T. : G. W. Elder. W, R. ; AIf. H. Whit. W. V. : John W.Grabam, W.Tr.; G, Tat. W. U.: E. F. Risk. W. G.: A. Hunn. W. 8. " KECOItD," SEARCY ARKANSAS, CIRCULATES AMONG ALL TUK MER ehanU in th W hit and Ked river val- levi. Is the People's Organ. Menphii merchtntj will tnd thil a good ediaiB U make their busineai know to thi eoantry mercbanti in that a-cti'.'S rartiou larly. Addrae JAOW I HOL1VH, JR., -a mANCIAL AND COXCIAL. Hour, Pfblio Lido it Ornoi, I Mimpiib. Ti.. December 15. 1874.1 Busmen in financial circles this mor ning ruled quiet, with little atir on Madi ion. The market it working close, with an active demand for money. The banki continue to discount all good commer cial paper offering at 1012 K cent V annum; on the streeta money is in active demand at ii&H v cent mopth. Brokers are paying 110110J for sold, with little offering and light transactions. Exchange is in fair supply and easy; on New York and Eastern point buying at jc discount and selling at par; New Orleans is quoted at to dis count; sight bill on all points rule at Ic discount City bonds, scrips and city warrants rule dull and nominal, with lit tie movement in the market County and State warrants are steady and un changed. There is little or nothing do ing in railroad stocks or foreign securi ties, Memphii 6'i. currency. .40 (041 Memphii 6'i. (old-bearing ....... -.48 Nicolion pavement icrip..........37 Sbelbr county warranu. ...-.... 75 Charleiton railroad tteokt -12 (ttIO Tenneiiee new isaue 30 lenneetes Stat warrantt 35 95 ruioHT TABirr. The following are freight ratea, V ewt., en compresied cotton to the pointt named: All Rail. River and Rail Baltimore.. ...... f 90 (85 Philadelphia 95 ft" New York. 1 00 Bitnn .... 1 05 1 0(1 Providence . 1 lu 1 05 Fall River 1 08 1 03 Lowell 1 05 1 00 Lawrence 1 09 1 04 I.i.ornnol. vi. N. Y. 81Kd TSV'd New Orleans, all rail and all river.-....l 00 Liverpool, via NowOrleani, etamnip. Liverpool, via rew urleani, tan.. .Mln. iKInmanli if mniinn alnM 1 Friday evening at all United Statei ports are at follows: E I porta to tireat Britain-. 23,442 fciporu tox ranee i.nui Ktportt to continent... Kiperti coaatwuo 5.008 1.625 Stock ..-693 1U2 Hit Tori. December 15. 10:20 a.m. Cotton u quiet and nominally unchanged, but it gen rally neiu more nrm. woiq sir. Ordinary- CtllV, ii i r 1: . AMS, WTOU vi u: u mi j . Low Middiinx, Hiddlini 14 au . A14 Alabama..-Orleaot.-.- LrviRroo'.. December 15. 2:30 p.m. Cotton onem iteadier. Uolanda. 7C47ud: Orleana. TCd. fialet. 10,000 balei, of wbjen 2000 were tor export and speculation. For additional and latest market re ports, 8e third page. SEIIKAI, MARKET. Th following quotatieni far for orden from ator and imall lota in a lobbing way: APPLKS Medium to choice. $2 50(9500. Bl'CKWHKAT FLOUR Per bbl.. 9 50. BKAN-Steady; wheat 3 OO-sa 50 ton; 412tiai 25 V 100 lbs: corn bran. 21 UK321 50. BaCON Cleariidet, market bare; clear rib rides. lOaiOKe; ihoulderi. li&Tie : hami. rarar-cured, 13314c; breakfast bacon. 139 UVjc; meii pork. 121 50A22 00 bbl. Bulk shoulder.7Hv5' i1: clear rib sides. KiSOlli clear eidei. lualOc; hami, new sugar cured, I.tiSltc. RKANS ti 40(92 75. BUTTER Common. 20t25c: choice. 35a38o. BAILING STUFFS AND TIES Barring, t and 2H lbi. llV; on orders, K-"1e higher. Baling twine, ii'moe: iron ties, ost.io. BUILDING MATERIALS In store prices ire: Cement, Louisville. 82 85; Koiendale, 1H bbl, 2 65r-; hair. 2 252 50 V 40-lb bale; bale; plaster. Michigan, 3 50; New Yort, 4 l; lime, per DDI, i vt. COW-PEAS $2 402 60. COWAN UTS Per 1(10. 6 50. COFFER Rio V lb. common to choice, 20 wjac: J ava ana Laguayra, z'.mc, CANDLES Star. lb. 1617c. ClilCKii.NS-Old, 32 (XXsjH 00; choice hem, 33 50. COAL OIL- gallon, 17318c; special ratei for large lots. CORN Yellow shelled, 8586c; new ear in acKs. v3ie: wnite, biowk". CORN-MEAL Kiln-dried, fall weightl, COTTON-TIES- 8c lb. COTTON YARNS-No. 600. 12312,i; No, ow. H'wii.ic; no. rw, io-fit?c, CABBAGES 37 50312 00 II per 100 for sound hoflds I CUEESE-New Factory. 15916Sc; English dairy. litlilO; ratei irregular. I r tt v kI-p7?i m ' 1" 18 so delivered. w a. a, v J. a -aj u 0 af u uu ii auaa saga lauu AAA at . I CELKRY Per doten. 75c. CRANBERRIE.S Per barrel. 11 50(312 00. COTTON-SEbD OIt--Crude,at41(943c; yel low, m'soscj o'l-meai, va ft ton. PBIKU FRUIT Apples. 4S5c: peaches v. nominal. DKUGS-Opium, I? 50; quinine ) onnoe ;morphii.e.u 25 ounce ; camphor, 37c or round l ohlorolorm. 1 50Kiound: castor oil, 25e V pound: borax, 28a H pound; blue man, in lart. 1 10 18 pound; calomel. I W Sound: indigo, 75an 50 1 pound: atifoeti ar, 55c V pound : tartaric acid, 65c; lulpksric acid, eo f pound; aiconol, I uu gallon; iodide poiain. o ou. DUL'KS-Hiuietat 1! 0yij3 50. EGGS-y-Ta dnten: nominal. FISH Macterel No. 1. bbl. 11 7591500: naii-oarreis. i imh m kih, i a iv; mess, kili. 2 25f250 No. 2, brrel. 12 00912 50: half-barreli. 6 7V.17 01; kiu. 1 251 35. No. 3. largebarrels.il mi'll 5i; balf-barreli, 6 75(3 8 25; kits, 1 151 20. White fih. No. 1, half barrels, 7 07 50: family, 4 50(45 . Cod. in betel, per lb, boneless, 9o. Ilerrins, moked. 50c; roe faerringi, half-barrels. 4 00(4 t ou FLOUR buoer and extra. 4 50-35 21: fam. lly and f.-inry brands, (6 5'XV 50 bbl ; infe rior, W9t r. FIKH Dried cod, extra large, drumi, 6Xc: boxes. 7(97We. GAME Ducks. Si 50 to 3 00 per doien : prairie chickens, 2 50 to 3 50 per doten ; quails, 2 00 Ui 2 '& per duienj venison, 3 to 6o per lb. uiu is lb UU9bB1 oni. GEK-SE-Steaey at 34 60O5 00. GROCLRlKtj Suger, erushed, powdered UKULttU NS auger, erushed, powdered lV brTi' nYcy"ft refined yellow and white in barreli, lOnllHo; , , : i i , in..,,,. ,i , Drown ana jreuuw id unui, juyiic. moiaisei, l LfOUlsiana, new, in oarreis, ouaiio; iujrar- I house lyrups nominal. Salt, dociestic. by th carload. 12 103S I is vt MMb bbl. Rice. S&jfa. GLAtSh-i8.7i9. 85 75; 7x108x10. 18 75: xll-HlOxlS, 7 It. 11x1412x17, 8; I2xl8'3l6x20, w zo: Hx22iox2t, no, lo tbt trad a div count oi ti cent. HORtiKH ADllIIES Per barrel, 8 00. HOMINY barrel. 35 00?A i6. HAY ton, prairie, 114 JMM7 00; mixed. 119 0OT21 OM; timothy, 126 0027 00. HARDWARE. ElC.-Mar Iron, fi Jh. 4? 4'-To. Boiler plates. goTtrnuent itamped. 1-4C, coarcoai ooner ne. 1, 4c; ure bed iron. fie o. No. 10 to 14. o3h; charcoal bed. VAe; thect iron. No. 26 to 27; VAe suoet iron, Io. i to J4.7c: charcoal. No. 26 to 77. 9 J ilebi, 6e; steel slabs, 1014c; (lcw w f'-c; horse-shoe iron. &oc ; hollos 9ic; plow wingi, 09 Ingi, tv(.'Hc; spring steel, l.He; cast iteel, 2a;-jc; axes, V dten, li'jlo; boiler rivets, HIDES. ETC. Dry deerskin. YStoet ihes pelu, 1 (txstl 50: flint bidet, llfSl'Jc: dry sailed. ion: arorn siiiu. xio, treen. uc. KRALT New in sUjre. 8 7f450 nor Wral I tod 5 50 per naif barrel. I LEMONS t 509 50 H bog. I na csiresuuu i it 191 ou. cieep, cnoir rroii Mules. 811u140. Ilonu. ttAuiluO: rhnir.. llaxalV). Oxen, "n'b. LARD Tieroet, 1K4H '',?: ken. U'iffllSMej pails. 15y15V4ni eases. loil6!4e. MATCHES, BLACKING. 10. Weqoitl Malcbei Vfroji, 300 in bu, bin parler, groet, 8 Oil ja 50; Lixon'i itove polish. I rots, 6: Mason'i blacking, H gross, 405; arge. 8 50'J. ' l EAT, FKEPH Beef, f.ireiuarteri. hindquarters, 5 Joe. fcheop, by the carta--. fi 7o. ' NAII-8-13 75 l 00 kii. iiAVAL bTUKES-kesio. bhl Vtrvif, 6 W; pale. 6 No. 1.4 7.'.: No. 2. 4 60: niuh. bbl, 5 5u; Manilla rope, lb, WH8V4C; riiial, lt:iJo; tarrvd rope, 15c; Ur mtrlin, S6c: ipuo yarn, J5oi oakum, bale, nary, 5, American navy, i 50: best navy. 6. ' OATS-Choire. 727Tc a bushel. 0M0N5-ISyiritluunbbl, PAINTS Linseed oil. II 05; boiled. 109) turpentine. 48c; Japan dryer. 1 10; putty, bulk. 4: bladden. 41.n; vArni.k. ,,k ;t u,. ir, r Dm. 1 nr, nan phi, 4 ba. copal. No. 1, 1 78; Sre-proof peint dry,'3Hc; Venetian red. Cry, Cootn.n 1. 5e; yailow x bre. dry. Se: white lead, loV'tll!v. PR K Ltd New. ner barrel. 10 50: h.If-L.r. r-1.5 5". PI'.SKEET-Per keg. t 50. TIN'NEhfl' tiTiK'K-Tin ,.l.l.. 10. 10.lt box. 14: IC. 14xJi. 16; IC. Lil2, 14 JC. rooting. 11; IX, l"il4. 17; IX, 14 1; B; U, 12il.1T7S:ilitetlron. M!c3, Not. 24 and XI, 0;U7e j do, eharooal, IPh'59oj do, alvea lte.i, U'415: Rnaiiairon, 4ci Imitation de, 17o: iheot lino. Kio; Iron wire, riitloot aoliliar. Zr-fs; Usd, lOo; oopper inu, HSot metallic, aor; oiorK lin, 4110. TCHKKY8 In fair demand at 17 00312:00. VlXKilAK-Uood to ohoioe, ll&Mo, and common, 140 per taiion. WHISKY Proof, per gallon, at In act and qunlity. II 251 7 00. A WUKAX-Seed Tarletiei lolling at (1 50(9 i iter oucnei. WOOD AND WILLOW WARE-Burk.ti Adotea, bmxi-bound, cedar, i and i hoopi J'Juld; painted, 2 40; tubs, painted, neati ol . 1 2.ViS4 50; No. 1.10 50; No. 3. 9; No. 8, ; churm. nine. 16 to 22 inchet, 8(410; oedar, ai; wen buokett, 6"tV; wainnoarua, nooa, id; tine, 3 40; ax-bandlat, 176(1450; moeaurel, uJUOI 0, KSIl 70. -... 1 FACTS A 911) FANCIES. It is to be "underal!" instead of "chem iloon." People natiirally have more pride in summer, as it goes before a fall "Smothered Venus" is a California dish; and, in spite of its name, it's only beefsteak and onions, A railroad ticket agent at Savannah has been presented with a watch for his civil answers to the public. 'How far will a penny go?" Well, a Scotch firm of wire manufacturers have drawn one ou to 2700 feet A Boston lady and gentleman have played 10,000 games of cribbage together, the lady being two games ahead. St. Louis recognizes woman's right te the extent of furnishing employment to two street lamp-lighters of the fair sex. " Back ynrd cats in Cincinnati have a wild and hunted look, and the bakeries are filled with mince pies," says the veracious Enquire';. An infant found in the doorway of a I New York church, recently,, was taken jnU) th(J buiidintE. baptised, and adopted by the congregation, Nickels are not highly esteemed in California. They melt them down and make fency trunk nails of them, accord ing to a local journal. The Chicago Tribune says that "it takes abont a quart of powdor and three pounds ot lead to arrest l...... in Ar kansas, There are at present six thousand prisoners in New York State suffering th4 penalty of their crimes. moBt of them from New York and Brooklyn, Baltimore levies a lax of one cent a passenger on her street rati ways, and out of this fund has purchased, constructed and keeps in repair a magnificent public park. Twenty-thousand eggs of California Imon nave just been preeentod by Prof. Baird, United States Commissioner of Fisheries, to tbe Canadian Minister of Marine. What is the uie of giving a boy 25 cents to go to Sunday School when he can buy half a dozen fish hooks for twelve and a half cents. Economy, says Solomon, is one thing, and extravagance another. A large number of daily papers are pretending ignorance as to what a garter is, but banged if we are going to get up and say we've kept house twelve years and never had a garter in the house Detroit Free Frets. In New Hampshire, recently, " a baby only a year old was sent by express from Lisbon to North Concord, duly labeled and propped up in a big chair with a ,...t j ,l i v. KA'aejr sun nuuiuer express pacKage ue- fore it to prevent its falling out." A enerable called upon as lately for . . the purpose, as be expressed it, of get ting ns to put the or oman on they papers. I hey oi eman, said our autumnal sorrower, "is pa3t threescore, but damme! she's too frisky for we." On retiring from business a wise old man said to his son and successor: "Now, my boy, remember that common sense is the best thing yon can bring to bear on every affair of life except love- making." Mr. Paddock, of Vermont, is much puzzled to account for the showers of hot stones which frequently fall npon his premises. There is not much mys tery abont these hot stones, however, They are evidently projected by the de- parted spirits of thousands of small boys now in eternal torment. Tbe St. Louis Globe notices that tbe westward bound trains are crowded with nice young men, who part their hair in tbe middle and carry Russia leather ""J traveling bags. They have heard that . . ... t - CI L I' J .. L , .ur. ouaruu, wuu Kavtj uie uauguiisr 'it- j n . v ""'"on dollar wedding present, has an- other daughter in reservo, and tbey are going West to grow up with the country. A young lad went out hunting with a pistol belonging to the proprietress of tbe Troy Theater and returned it loaded i th ball lo Miss Marietta Ravel, who to use a pistol loaded with only powder, in a play she was performing in at tbe time. Tbe mistake was discov ered in time to prevent a genuine tragedy. Mrs. Livcrmore says that Massachu setts women have in some respects eot more than tbeir rights. The last Legia, lature of that SLal naaeeJ a lasr nniLtr .. , . . . "ulc awne may go lovo ousineas on aer uiuuey mo may mage, or now poor nor husband may be, can force him to sup port her. Mr. Llvermore regards this M unjust to husbands aad as nnatktsd for by wives. But it is not the only law of like nature in the United States. A tall, youthful-looking countryman paid bit tint visit to Paltimote a few dayi ago and invited a lady acquaint ance to visit a theater with him. The lady accepted the invitation and the young rntn, following the crowd, walked up to the ticket oflic, laid down a fifty cent note for bis ticket, and turning to his companion aaid to bcr, " the price is fifty ceuls." The lady happened to heve her portmonnaie with her, and, ap preciating the situation, drew from it a fifty cent note, and ber gallant compan ion passed it in with bit money, and ob taining two ticket!, handed one of tbess f,i Vior wlitnl. .t. mtltlv nrrptitfd aril passed in after her rurul hem. WE&KLY PUBLIC LEDGER. CHEAP HEADING. A 36-Column Journal The Weekly PUBLIC LEDGER! PUBLISHED EVr.BY TUESDAY MORNING, $2 Per Annum ! TIII3 KJGT NEWS, MTERARY, Misfjollaneous Journal In Tenuetisee. Oar Commercial, Newt, Mil lianeeut and Local departments will bo kept op tothehinh est standard of approved journalism, endeav oring to pleat all tastes and to Interest all Readers,' Thus making the Wgcr.r Lkdoxi a wel come, pleasing andju.teresling FIRESIDE '.VISITOR AND COMPANION! FAMILY In every section of th Btat and throughout th So'ith. Plainly printed, on iuprior pa par, vith a largo andUincreaaiog circulation. ADVERTj SEIiS Cannot Vail to i th funri vid Induoementi offered by us in th wyay of eueap and profit ab! rdvertisementt. Rat oT Advertit'lna 1 tl 00 per Sqnar for Tint Iattrtlen. 60s ". Ii.oli lubtqunt Ittertlos, Term a ot .mihanrlptlorti f 2per Annrjm. Iavailabl In Adv -no atr;8pciman;ooj(iiei maiUdlfre, arAI drssj;to asnicstion -aboald b! M- E. Ii M1TJ0KE, rWUhT nd Tro" I i;Maa Ib rat CONCERT. DEC. 29. Second and Last Grand Gift Concert 1M AID OT TBS Masonic Relief Association CF N0KF0LK, TA. DAY POSITIVELY FIXED TUESDAY, 20th OF DECEMBER. LAST CIIANCE I Authorited by Aot of th Virginia Legltla ture (pawed Maroh 8, 1873). 00,000 TICHETS-0000 CANU 43 1 FT $S50,000 O O TO BE IVEK AW AT ! On r and Cash Gift of ... On tirand Cash Oift of ... On Grand Cash Uift of , On Urand Cash Gift of .. On Grand Cash Gift of ... On Grand Cash Uift of.... IW.000 eea 20.UUU 20,008 lo.oi le 5,000 S.500 On tirand Cash Gift, of 8.000 15,000 15 Cash Wilts of flOPOoaoh . 28 Cash Gifts of 600aaoh., 43 Cash Gifts of 250 eaoh . 79 Cash Gift of 160 each. 250CahGiftaof 100 each. 678 Cash Gifts of SO each., S000 Coah Gifts of 10 each 14.000 1 ! e mtininim 10,750 11,850 25,000 28,900 ... 60,000 6000 CASH GIFTS, aggregating, .$250,000 PRICK OF TICKETS: Whole Tioketi, 110; Half Ticket!, $5; Quar ter Tickets. 12 50; Eleven Tickets. 1100. For Tickets, Circulars, etc., address, HENRY V. MOORE, Sec'y, Norfolk, Va. I4 fl I)JIC3" will give full partioulart, 280 Main Itreet, Knnin 4. up-stsin. iz-irieonaw.vi-si LEGAL BLANKS Warrantee Deeds, Trust it Quit Claim " Deeds of (Hit, Blanks for Depositions, Attachments, Leases, Chattel Mortgages, Crop 11 Tcace Warrants, Probate Blanks, Summons, Executions, Garnishments, Subpoenas, WRIT OF FORCIBLE ENTRY AND DETAINER! gj Writ ot Possession, Appearance Bonds, Power:ol:Attorney, Etc.,' Etc., Etc., AT The LEDGER OFFICE LECAL. fK7 A. D.I Atti'linieut Notice. r- ,. Firit Circuit Court of Shelby County, 'Venno-SlVige. McKay A Co, ve. Le. TN THIS CArfiE AN ATTACHMENT HAV 1 in, been sued out under lection 8455 of th. of Tanneawe, and returned Into court, tv cd upon tbe moneyi. goodt or effect of .. Hf?ndanti the custody or pouesiionof l.'s FUnten' Insurance Company, ano amaa i;. having been made that the defendant is vlt , , n ..ntiff la tbe mm of ' . Iiant of the State of Tennessee; It II ."rdered that tbe defendant. Lee ifTiT,lSy mak bis personal appearanc WilliamMJl a Ju,, f ln, Firit tirmU Khclbr- tfnnnty.at the court-hone in ty ot M.mp''. third Monday in j.nurv niit aad clend laid attachment i;",U..bi. tbt t" . .vrescribed by law. or tb, !.mewill be proceedod with el PM! and tb!i s ,eop f thi. order be lbliabad one. a w" k for four cnewutlv. wwki in th. Mem phis Ledxer. Tbis Imh Jay ( Peceniber. IJJI. A tru. e.,pv. U. K. CoLfcMAN. Clerk. t;y 1'. W. KorsT.a. it.. Ieputy Clark. , bs H loo IL LEGAL. Altiichiucnt Notice. Flaherty k Hulllvan, a firm ooiu posed of JauioB Flah erty and J. J. bullivan, vs. Before Jat. Hall, i Justice of the Peaoa of Bhel- ' by oounty.Ten nessee. John Gillespie. TN THIS CAUSE AFFIDAVIT HAVING VINU I f ly in- Jnt, in I knao made that tbe defendant is just iTitlitAfl to tbe olaintiff by onen aooount. the mm of Si&. and tnat aetenuant 11 a non resident of the State of Tennessee, or ii about te remove, or hat removed himself or property fromtbe State, or baa removed, or is remov ing himself or property out of the oounty pri vately, or ii concealing himself so that tb ordinary prooeisof law cannot be served upon him, or hat absoonded, or is absconding or oonoealing himself or property, or has fraud ulently disposed of, er ii about fraudulently to dispose of hii property, and a writ of at tachment having been issued thereon, and th aaue having been returned levied upoa the property of defendant; it it therefore ordered that defendant mak hii personal appear ance before me on the 3d day of January, 1875, at my office, on Sooond itreet, in tbe oity of Memphii. Tenn., and defend laid at tachment luit within th time prescribed by law, or the lame will be prooeeded with ex parte; and that copy of thil order be pub lished once a week for four coniecutive weeks in the Publio Ledger. .Thil the 2d of Decem ber, 1874. JAMES liALL, J. P. 80-86-92-98 . Attachment Notice. A. Seossel, H. Seeisel, jr.. and G. Baum, partners as A, Soessul, Son k Co., vi. ' Geo. A. Davii & Co, 3-N TUB ABOVE-NAMED SUIT. AN AT . taohment having been issued and returned y the proper officer, levied on the property of the defondant, and affidavit having been mad that the defondant, ii indebted to tue plaintiffs in the turn of f 13.85, due by aooount, and that the claim it just, and that the defendant it a non-resident of the State of Tennessee; or it about to remove, or has removed himself or property from the State; or has removed, or ii about removing himself outof tho county pri vately; or oonoealing himself 10 that th ordi nary process of law cannot bo ierved upon him; or has absconded, or ii absconding, or oonoealing himself or property; or bat fraud ulently disposed of, or is about fraudulently disposing of his property. It is therel ore or dered that George A. Davis k Co. appear be fore me, at my office, in the oity of Memphis, Shelby county, Tennessee, on the 9th day of January. 1875, at 2 o' clock p. m. .and defend said suit, or the same will bo proceeded with ex parte; and that tins ordor be published once a week for four oonsecutive wcekn in the Publio Ledgor. P. M. WINTERS, J. P, 81-86-92-98.104 Attacbment Notice. Hugh Ton-ante A Son 1 Before E. W. Cald vs. well, J. P. of Shelby II. G. Billingily. J County, Tenn. IN THIS CAUSE AN ATTACHMENT HAV ing been sued out under section 3455 of tho Code of Tennessee, and returned by a proper officer, levied upon the property of the de fendant, and 'affidavit having been mad that tbe defendant it justly indebted to tha plaintiff in the turn of 8121 due by note, and that defendant ii a non-resident of tbe State of Tennessee, It ii therofore ordored that the defendant make his norsonal ap pearanoe before me, E. W. Caldwell, Jus tice of the Peace, on tbe 7th day of Jan uary, 1875, at my, office. No. 7 West Ceurt itreet, Memphii, Tenn.. and defend aid Attachment suit, within the time pre scribed by law, or the same will be prooeeded with exparte; and that a copy of this order be publishod for four iucceesiv weeks in the Pitri.io Lkdokr. This 4th day of December. 1874. 82-88-94-99 E. W. CALDWELL. J. P. Trustee's Hale. BT VIRTUE 0Fa"cERTAIN TRUST deed made July S2. 1874. by. T. L.Grath, to me as Trustee, to secure J. W. Voegeli certain indebtedness therein mentioned, which is re corded in chattle mortgage book 7. pagei 404 and 405 of the Register'! office, I will, on Tbursday, December 31, 1874, on tbe fouth side of West Court itreet, at Noi. 5, 7, 9 and 11, in the city of Memphii, Tenn., for cabh Bell at publio auction, to the highest and best bidder, all the bar-room fixtures, and alio all the furniture and fixtures in the eating aloon known at the Cotton Room Saloon, all of said furniture, eto,, in the rooms oconpied by laid Graft. 70-105 L. H. ESTES. Jb.. Trustee. Trustee's Sale. BY VIRTUE OF A CERTAIN TRUST deed made on the 9th day of Jnne, 1860, by D. C. Cross, to me as trustee to teoure cer tain indebtedness therein mentioned, which trust is of record in the ReiriBtnr's office of Shelby oounty, Tenn., in Record Book No, 42, page a79, to which reference it made, I will on Thursday, December 31, 1874, at the southwest corner of Main and Madiion itreeti in th oity of Memphis, Tennessee, sell at publio auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, the following real estate, to-wit: A lot in South Memphis, being lot 7 in block 30, front! on the west tide of Main stroet 3(10 feet, and rum back between parallel linei 100 feet, and is bounded on the north by Uuling street, on the south by Treievant street, on the west by lots 6 and 8, and on tbe east by Main street. Equity of redemption especially waived, and title believed to be good, though I sell only as Truitee. JAMKS P. WOOD, Trustee. PiTTKBSOB k Lows, Attorney!. 72-105 Trustee's Sale. BY VIRTUE OF A CERTAIN TRUST deed made on the 6th day of August, 1872, by W. A. Bo wen, to me as Trustee to secure certain indebtedness therein mentioned, which trust ii of record in the Register's office of Shelby oounty, Tennessee, in Record Book No. 86, page 545, to which roference it made, I will, on Thursday, December 31, 1874, at the southwest eorner of Main and Madiion itreeti, in th city of Memphii, Tennessee, ell at publio auction to the highest bidder, for cash, th. following real estate, to-wit: All th. right and interest of William A. Bowen in and to a oertain paroel of laud in the city of Memphis, Shelby county, Tennes see, and bounded as follow!, to-wit: Begin ning at a point on the north lid. of the Pigeon Roost road to the southwest corner of a lot conveyed shortly before the 14th day of March, 1S61, by John D. Armour to Mary C. Bowen; thence weitwardly ninety (90) foot with the the Pigeon Roost road to a Hake; thence northwardly parallel with the west line of Mrs. llowen'a said lot to New Madison street one hundred and fifty-eight (158) feet; thence with New Madison itreet eastwaruly one hun dred (100) feet, more or lens, to a point on New Madison street to where the west line of Mrs. Bowen'i laid lot. if extended, would intor- ectNew Madison itreet; thence in a direct line to tha place of the beginning. Also all the right, title and interest of said William A. Bowen in and to lot No. 10 of J. D. Ar mour! iubdivition of original country lot No. 496, said lot No. 10 having a front of fifty feet on the north side of Pigeon Roost road, and running back to an alley and fronting on th alley forty-six and one-fourth feet. Equity of redemption it specially waived in the deed to any purchaser at the tale, and title believed to be good, but I sail only as Trustee. PiTTlSSOK k Lo B, Attorneys. 72-105 2610 T. D.) Attachment Notice. In th Firit Circuit Court of Shelby County, Aennetaee dioubw, wi;m w vv,o.f., Jones. TN THIS CAUSE AN ATTACHMENT HAV I in. hAn sued out under lection 3465 of the Code of Tennessee, and returned into court, levied upon the moneys, property or effects of th defendant in the custody or possession of the Planters' Insurance Company, and affida vit bavin been made that the defendant is justly indebted to the plaintiff in the sum of fjoi It oy note, iiiu mm ue is m nun-resiuoui of the State of Tennessee; it is therofore or dered that the defendant, J. S. Jones, make hii personal appearance herein, before the Inilir of the lirst Circuit Court of Shelbv county, at the court-house in the oity of Mem phii, on the third Monday in Jaiuary next, and defend laid attachment suit within th time prescnoea oy law, or tne same win be proceeded with ex parte ; and that a copy of thi. order be published one a week for four oonsecutive weeks in tbe Memphis Ledger. , Thi. HMh da f Deremher. fSTt. A true copy. B. If. COLEMAN. Clerk. 88-94-100-il AttMchuient Notice. In th First Circuit Court of Shelby County, ienues.ee oiougo, .ucivay a CO. Vi. D. u. Pope. J N THIS CAUSE AN ATTACHMENT H A V . ing been lued out under section 3-15 of the ode of Tenneiiee, and returned into court, levied noon the property, inonav. vnndm .nJ effect of the defendant in the custody or pos session of '.lie Mississippi and Tenorrfiee Rail road Company, and affidavit having been made that Ibe defendant is justly indebted to plaintiff in the sum of $201 33 by note, and that be is a nou-re'ident of the Stat of Ten neatee: it is therefor ordered that the de fendant, s. It. rope, make his personal au nearanoe heroin, befnra thft.Tn.lir .f (hi, l.'ip.t Circuit Court of Shelby county, at the ocurt bouee In the eity of Memphis, on the third Monday in January neit, and defend laid at tachment suit within the time preicribed oy law, or the same will be proceeded with ex f arte: and that a copy of this order be pub isbed one a week for four consecutive weeks in the Memphis Ledger. id is nib day ef Decauiber, 1171. A true copy Attest: 88 !H-liiiuo B. P. COLEMAN. Clerk.