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CHARLES KNEY,
10LMiI,1 10 aaTlU.
MEAT MAEKET
, 4 an4 48 SEAL T,
Steamboat Trad Solicited.
Fresh If oat of all '. Inda, Ohoioa Otmt,
Kiih, Oyster, and Poultry,
Underwear !
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EiGER
.icay j, '"Ian ji" "
LOEB & ,10011,
235 MAIN St.
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VOL. XXXVIL
MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 6, 1883.
N0.S2.
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III t lit iff bJ
UPHOLSTERY'
Special
FINE
FOR
HOL I'D AYS!
Nowhere nn flentlrmnn Und mom acceptable CHRISTMAS PRESENTS fur their
Win. than hi ear Upholstery Department, , '
Juto Volour Portiors,
" 7 TURCOMAN PQRTIERS,
, ; i Figured and Cross Striped Bamies for
Lambnquins, Curtains, Portiers
'' Lace' and Nottingham Curtains,
: ' ' ; Felt and Linen Ciumb Cloths,
1 , TarklaJi and IheeaukU Kng, Buffalo and ttolftkla Bobei,
- ';; Door J3JLtt&,
, trlpd UnensAttd C rHnnea flir Furniture Covering.
Brass and Wood Cornice Rods,
,-!U,....v.,-. .
, All Nlars, wlib 1'Utarea lo watch.
VFletM place your orders early, that they may be filled In proper llme,"
R. Lowon'stein & Bros.
FRESH ARRIVALS.
JG. H. Vtumm & C.o's Champagne,
j-Yva Clicquot Yellow
JiK.r1m.nlii' i n
3U HU Mil": ,
IV ..(. it
i.,id ,'.(;.ii.
LGUI3 . ncsaerer tnampagns,
Piper 'Heldsieck Champagne,
A. & F. Martall Ccqnac.
v. u' Cruse et Fils Freres' Clarets,
Harie Brizard & Roger Cordials,
: ; Frances Falkner's Irish Whisky.
W offer above goods at New jVork Price, Freight added.
B. J. Semmes & Co
, J C HEELt
IS H BROOKS
BROOKS, NEELY & CO.
1 wiiolesnlo
Grocers, Cotton Factors and
.,.'. COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
367 Front Street," - Memphis, Term
J U VODWUf,
J. R. GODWIN k CO.
; Gotton Factors
and Commission Merchants,
336 Front St., cor Union, Memphis, Tenn.
iTrl FERGllSONwith '
' J. T. LaPRADE & CO
. .. nannfaclarer. ol
Saddles, Harness, and Collars,
' . A ad Dealers la
SADDLERY HARDYAREand LEATHER
Noa. 301-303 Main street, Memphis, Tenn.
A. V AtC A BO,
B. VAt'CABO,
Ai VACCARO & CO.
.... .. IMPOBTKB3 AND DEALERS IN
::;wines, uauoRs and cigars,
Ko. 273 Front Street, : : Memphis, Tenn.
Peoples Insurance Company,
ffloa No, 16.Tffadl8on street,
OamIx Otvpltal,
A clay
Laaeea Paid Since OrgaBlmatlon,
Dlvldead Paid,
W. M; FARRINGT0N. Pres't
W. L PARKER, Secretary.
4-lnaarca all elaaeea el Ilerehandlie, Rlorehonaea, Vhnrebea
and iswelltntm.
HILL, FONTAINE & CO
Cotton Factors
- AND -
Wholesale Grocers
293 and 233 Front St.,ll6 South Main St
' ffvwrniM. rv.nm.
. Ji !
A D LANGSTAFF,
AKNIKMKYKK,
LANGSTAFF
, - No. 30a Main
Ho,rciwct:r
nu.-. I 1.111m! riowa.
Barbed Hire,
A B LIVERMOKB. President
Tha LIVEFtt'OKE FOUNDRY & MACHINE CO
THftuiTfi Fronts and Buildinn Work. Railroad Work,
Steamboat Work, Engines,
Rrais Gnnda. Pine and
Gin' Gearlna. Plantation Work, Iron and Brass Castings,
OlT.TSrTGTlA.Ti
And Evarvthloa In tha
160 to 174 ADAMS ST., Memphis, Tenn.
. k, , LEAU, deaeral A goal anrl BoUeltors
11 1 till
DEPARTMENT !
Dliplay Ot
C3p O ODS
THI
Label, Champagne,
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H M NKKLY
I. U nilLLIilM,
A. B. U1U1U
' 1 Memphis, Tenn
SQOO.OOO
M6,0 17
5,S4 54
87 040 00
H. T. LEfflMON, Vlce-P
T. i.ociN, tin
HDPATTBUHOfl
& COMPANY.
Street, Memphis,
O" otobors,
Uall'a Batea, Healea,
Miraab Hlllm
HA TATUM, Sec'y and Treasurer
Sawmills. Steam Pumps
Fittlnas. Cotton Presses,
REPAIRS
Una. Sand for Cataloglio
The Prcnideal'e neauf.
The Watmi Union Telerraph oiiera
ton under A. H. Stewart. cCiy chief, and
J. U. RLst, night chief, wno received the
1're.iUcnt't Mouaire yeterdv over four
wirn, did their work eii'eeJinly well.
The Banner 'force U a unit in saving that
it iii decidodly the bent tulpirraphic
"copy" ever received in thu city, the
punctuRtiom even beine; obeorved witti
lrict care. Nashville Banner, 5,
This is no doubt a well deserved com
pliment. As the measage,which was all re
ceived before eleven o'clock here, wa, for
ome mysterious reason, withheld from
the Lidoz by the mantireri of the
Western Union Telegraph Company, we
can not speak from the card as to iu
clearness. The Memphis operators, how
ever, generally furnish excellent copy,
almost plain as print
Th Little Hock Democrat announcoe
that General Grauditon D. Royston, of
Hempstead county, Ark.', but a native
of Tennessee, is a candidate for United
States Senator and mentions some Inter
esting facts in his life: General Royston
was born at Jonesboro, in EastTennessco,
in lilt). In March, 1832, he moved to
Fayettoville,being then twenty-two years
of age, and in December of the same year
to Washington, Arkanssw, whore he hus
been eugngod in the practice of the
Uw. He has been in public life
at intervals since 1833 as Prosecuting
Attorney, member of the State
Houho of Representatives, of which he
was Speaker, member of the Confederate
Congress and of both the first and hut
Constitutional Conventions of this State,
lie was President of the Constitutional
Convention of 1874. Tho General utile
father of two ions and a daughter; all
living. Now in his 73d year, he is hale
and hearty, as full of animation and vigor
as a youth of 20. And though so often in
public service, he stands to-duy without
reproach against either his public or pri
vate character, and it is safe to say that
ho will prove quite alform'dublo contest
ant for the exalted position which he
seeks,
Tiikik is one thing in the Pres
ident's message to be approved,
and that Is his roferenco to
Mormonism. The Republican party,
in full power for ever twenty years, has
permitted this denomination to grow
strong and defiant and baa nover made a
vigorous effort to break it up. So strong
has it grown that nothing less than the
military force will crush the institution.
It Is the disgraco and burning shame of
tue age. The President recommends viir-
rous measures, which, it is to be hoped,
will be rigidly enforced.
A kisoLUTtoK. was introduced in the
VirginiaLogislature yesterday arraigning
Ma hone for his conduct and requesting
him to resign as United States Senator.
Little Mahonewlll smile a bii amiloall
around under his whiskers.
Am Arkansaw Jury in Polk countv baa
found a verdict in the case of a man who
died of intemperance that is unique t
ley the least "The deceaacd came to his
death by drinking between drinks."
Tuk Commercial Gazette has made the
discovery that Carlisle made t eeoesMion
powii eleven years after tho war. , Won
der if he wasn't in charge of Anderson-
ille prison also.
TUK MOULD'S COil O EXPO
SITION
Plaui for Building by a HInmIv
slppl Architect Accepted.
Nw Ohlkans, Deccmbor a The
loard ot Managers of the World's In
dustrial and Cotton Centennial Exposi
tion have adopted a design prepared by
M. Jargenian,an architect of Meridian
Mississippi, for the main building, which
will bo 1GO0 feet long and 900 wide, with
,000,338 iquare foot of floor space, in
cluding a musio hall in the center with a
seating capacity of 12,000 persons. The
design also provides for main offices, tele
graph office, newspaper department, fire
department, police, hospital, waithig
rooms, and life saving apparatus. Ton
plant were offered and three premiums
awarded. The building will be the larg
est exposition building ever - erected ex
cept the one which was built in London
in 1802.
FOMEIUIV AFt'AIKN.
London, December 6 Uullion in the
Hank of England has decreased 162,000
Bounds during the past week, ' The pro
portion of reserve liabilities being forty
two and a quarter per cent.
IIonq Konu, December 6 The gov.
eminent refuses to withdraw or modify
its claim regarding the Tonquin troubles,
and prefers war to the surrender of the
province to France, Large bodies of
troops are continually passing llong Kong
for the Tonquin border.
Cairo, December 6 The great panic at
Khartaum is subsiding. It is not now
believod that Mahdi contemplates an
early advance from F.l O' Brid.
Constantinople, December C.-The
fire in the Haskinl quarters has been sub
dued after raging for eighteen hours.
The government is relioving the many
sufferers.
London, December 0 Frederick Clay.
he eminent composer, is suffering from
paralysis.
Moody and Sankey have opened at
Stepney to-day In the Iron Building, in
which the services will be conducteu. At
Islington Mission and at Wandsworth
they were highly successful.
Failure el a ttbee llonae-BIg
Inaolvenry et"Anotber Firm.
Bohton, December 0. Arrington Bros.
boot and shoe dealers, have failed. Their
liabilities are about $27,000, and their
nominal assets $18,000.
In the insolvency case of William
Plaisted & Son, formerly .in the tanning
business at Lincoln, Maine, a final divi
ded of 16 per cent Is declared. A divi
dend of 26 per cent, previously declared.
The total amount of the indebtedness of
the firm is about $12.3,0(10.
The Dog Hatch.
Speoial to tin Ledier.
Grand Junction, December 0. For
the all ages stake, partly run yesterday,
and complotcd this morning, H. nnd D.
Bryson'i Sue, heat W. 1. Crawford,
Oath, and won first prUe of $2W)j Oath
taking second prize of $160. Third prize,
of $100, was divided between Dan and
Foreman. The Derby Stakes, for young
pointers, began to-day, and will doubt'
less occupy until to-morrow and perhaps
Saturday.
Nnpera Arreatrd lor Theft.
CmcAoo. December 6. Tho supers om-
ployed at tho Grand Oix-rahouso have
been arrested, suspected of various thefts
re-orted by the members of the theatrical,
and opera companies. tSome jewelry waa
found in their possession which has since-
beeu identified. In the room of one of
the supers arrested the polite found Ufloon
watches anu other property ol alike na
tore.
Fires.
Samw, ln., December 6 1'he Halem
Woolen Mills, which has boon id lo two
months, burned last night. Loss, $76,000.
U is supposed to have been the work of
an iuceudiary.
Montreal. December 0 Wheliw'
drug store and llaswell & Co, burned last
eight. Loss, $60,000; insured.
THE BOntltVILLE HUE.
How
Lo,
ot Bulldlugf llnrncd
fcMMiDi luanrancc,
Brief mention has been made of the d e
structive fire which occurred at Somer
ville last Friday night. The Koporter
and Falcon of thil week contains full par
ticulars, and the following is from its re
port; , ;
It was about half past four o'clock, just
before the train inovrd out of Die dVpot.
When the cry was raised the whole roel
of W. T. Uambli'lt's saloon, on the south
west corner ot the square, was in flames.
It probably origiiinttnl in the kitchen of
llanibli'lt's restaurant.
The lire must have been smouldering
for hours, lor from the lime it was first
seen issuing from the root scarcely a mo
ment elapsed before the whole structure
was in names. The store occupied by
Mr, Hamblrtt is tho propt-rty of lira.
Amelia Hiddick, and was a Isree two
story brick building, but very old. In
one of the upper moms Colonel Joseph
A. B'U, the manager of the restaurant,
with Mr. Jorn Crawford and Mt Wat
k i ns were sleeping. Mr, Welkins says
that some time about half-past four
o'clock he was awakened by the bark
ing of Llaniblett's little dog, and hear
ing something fall, The ether gentle
men becoming aroused, proceeded to
investigate and determine cause of
the tumult. Upon pushing open
the ' door lending into the passage
separating the eating rooms from the
cooking department, a dense and sutfoCHt
ing volume of smoke rolled irresistably
into the room, extinguishing the lights
and almost smothering the occupants.
Cohmol llill, by groping about in the
smoke and darkness, managed to come
down bv the front entauce into the sat
loon. There finding that outside parties
lied discovered the fire and were rushing
to the rescue he made his way back to the
room. The firo had then made such
headway it wits impossible to return and
he was let down from the front veranoe
by means of a ladder. Messrs Crawford
and Watkins leaed into a treo standing
in front and thus escaped. So short a
time intervened between the discovery of
the lire and the falling in of the roof that
scarcely any of llaniblett's ell'ecta
wero saved, lie managed to unlock
his safe ad secure the change
he had in it. Upon the west si. In of the
Hamblctt building was situated Williams
A Uirseh'a livery stable. Ou tho opposite
side is the tailor shot) and confectionery
of J. B. HcinricV These buildings
caught about the time the roof of the
saloon f"ll in. Ueinrich saved nearly all
his goods, and in the stable all the horses
and vehicles wero rapidly gotten out of
danger. The flames could not spread
eastward on account of the high parupet
walls of H irseh's store, but they swept to
the west, lapping with grendy cagernas
a row of small ono story buildings occu
pied by negroes.
ilie names naving sicni mcir lerce ne
antodiedown about 0 o'clock. From
iirsh't building en the east to the last
houso on the street wa a smoking ruin.
The losses aro estimated about as fol
lows: Dr. J. S. Washington, livery stable
and frame office adjoining, tWMk insur
ance f.'sOO in the Householder's Mutual
Henetlt Association, of Aashvule. Uirsh
Bros. & Williams, loss on corn, fodder,
etc., 1160. J. It. Ueinrich, confectionery
and tailor shop, loss on house (.VU, on
stock, furniture, etc., 400, T. K.
Riddnk on saloon building, 11600, W.
T. Hamblett, the occupant of the buildf
ing. loss on bar nxtunw, stock, confec
tionery, restaurant, etc., tJ'ijOJ. Frank
Trimble, two brick offices, about J7G0.
Tbo only insurance carried was bU0 by
JJr. Washington.
Moisrs. liamblett and Iloinrkh have
begun anew. The former now has hb
stock in tho storehouse of Frank Trimble
on the north side of the square; the latter
occupies the old liernaichinastond.
THE KKMATU tJII'1,0 IKS.
Two MorifN About tbe Trocccd-
ios ol a Kepnbllcau t'aucna.
Epeclal to the Courier Journal.
Wahbinoton. December 4 If reports
are true, Mahone and Kiddhiberger aro
bopping mad to-nigut. It is saia mere
was a caucus of Republican Senators alter
the adjournment ot the Senate this after
noon. The Virginians refused to go into
the caucus except on an explicit undur-
tandiug that Uorliam Simula De elecleu
Secretary of the Senate. No one socmed
disposed to agree to this demand. Mr.
Edmunds, the story goes, said he believed
the principles of civil servico reform
should . obtain in all branches
of the public service. The otii
ccrs of tho Senate- ho averred, were
faithful and efficient and he was opposed
to their being roplaoed by new men. He,
therefore, moved to continue them in
otlice. This motion was seconded by Mr.
Plumb, and was agreed to with little or
no debate.
J) either Mahono, ltiddlobergor nor
Oorham was prepared for so stinging a
slap in the face. The Virginia Senators
are now free lances with all that the term
nniliua. nnd may m:tke luinira lively on
the Republican side
Uoionei Hooker, wno is a canuiuate lor
the office of Sergennt iit-Anns, says ho
does not believe any definite action has
been taken, ana is comment mere win
be a full re-organization of the Senate.
Republican Senators are reticent on the
subject."
Nothing will bo done in regard to tho
Presidency et tho Senate until Senator
Anthony gets here.
.Later and reuan a reports Irom mo
caucus of tho Senators are to tho cll'oct
that Senator Logan offered a resolution
that a clean sweep bo made of the Demo
crats in the employ of the Senate. This
resolution was opposoa Dy nenators r.a
munds and Plumb, and after a fiery
dobate Mr. Logan withdrew his resolu
tion, charging cowardice among the Re
publican members. It is thought to night
that no changes will at present be made
n tho Senate organization, and perhain
not until after the holidays. Then the
party lash will be applied and the boys
will nave to go.
WASHINGTON'S FAREWELL.
Celebration oflhe Centennial in
the Very Itoom Where lie
lat Met Hli Olllcera.
Eitscial Cable to Commsreial Qetetts.
New York. December 4. Tho centen
nial of Goneral Washington's farewell to
his oluc-s, in me long room ot i ranees
Tavern, was celebrated to-day in the
room ol me uuuuing wuura um paruiia;
took place on iiecemuer 4, i
'I ia room was ueeoraica ior me occa
sion. The walls were coveroa wun paper
IU tlie XOrm OI initcu un, representing
thndosicn on the blue willow pattern
plate. At the upper end was afullsizod
Torlrailnt vvasuingion, iu .uaro goiu
Viimo with an oval center, surmounted
with holly, and supportod on either side
with national flairs. On the left were
couplo of Continental clay pipes, similar
to those in use ono hundred years ago,
hiirio- by means of hrieht oraneo colored
ribbon. The windows of the room were
also hunir with the stars and stripes, ar
ranged in inoiorinoi curtains, anu oeiween
each two windows on the south side wore
frames which contained tho organization
.1... f-l 1.... ..rl-.,.,. In ri'M tha
list of the officers and members of the
Chambers, with resolutions of incorpora
tion, etc., dated 170H; the announcement
of Samuel Francos when opening his
tavorn in 1770. and tho farewell of V ash
inirlon. worded as follows:
'With a heart full of love and gruti
tude. 1 now take leave of you. I most
devoutly wish that your lattor days may
be as prosperous ana nappy as your ior-
mer ones have been glorious ana lienor
hln" At the lower end was an old fashioned
clock, surrounded with evergreens and
bordered with flags, while the national
r-nlors were festooned Over tllO old llialltl
shelf, on which weie piecos of rare old
cliiuawaro, In whicii were longciay pipes,
tipped with green wax. Tho northern
sido of the room was ornamented with
evurirreena and tho flairs of tho city an
State. On the tables wero old fashioned
bis- bellied demijohns of large size. num.
bers of Unelo Tobi jiurs, ancient vessels,
containing long and short clay pipes, and
in this cupboard wero canisters ol to
bacco.
Failure of a New Jeracy
ilk
Company,
I'ateshon, N. J., Ducombor C Tbe
Dove Bilk Co- failed. Liabiliiiu (102,-000-,
assoU $70,000: Ths mills of 1'ator
f.n and Dover employ 160 liands,
A YOUNG GIRL'S RUIN.
Flight From a Kemphii Bowdinf
Hchool with One of Hawly
Minitreli. '
A Nad
Warulug l Oil la Wat
lllrl.
peial to lbs Coorisr Joaraal,
Cincinnati, December 4. After a
year of searching, Carrie Atkins, who
M mysteriously disappeared from a board
ing school in Memphis, and for whom a
large reward has been ottered, has turned
up In tho person of Maud Atkins, an in
mate of Frank Wright's den of shaine.No
i uroaaway. Aiaud Atkins is a Tory
beautiful girl, well educated and very
attractive, onlv sixteen vesrs old. and her
story of Low she was led astray from the
Cains or virtue, rrom an attractive
ome, loving parents, and after
only one rear of sin hu fallen to
the very bottom of degradation, is one of
trie saadest in tne annals of a lite ol snaine.
This morning, oompletely overcome with
despondency, having fallen so low that
life was a burden, and having no friends
or other means of support, she wrote to
her mother of her situation, asked for
givenass and made known her intention
of returning home. She waa provided
with money by Misa Wright, and with
a ticket as far as Louisville by the Mayor.
To a Courier-Journal reporter she said:
"My name ia Carrie Atkins. Only one
year ago 1 waa living in Chattanooga
with my parents, who are among the first
people there. 1 know I am very pretty,
and to that I owe my ruin. I was sent to
a boarding school in Memphis. While
there I was in the habit of taking walks
with other girls, and naturally enough we
all became addicted to flirting. It was
in this way that I mot Frank A.
with whom I soon fell desperately in love.
Ha was very handsome, and one of the
most attractive men in Uaverlv't Min
strels, and I was so infatuated with him
that, at his proposition, I ran away from
school and accompanied him, and no one
knew whore I was. My folks were
greatly eicited over my mysterious dis
apiearance, and ottered a large reward
for any information that would lead to
my recovery. From Memphis we went
to Toronto, Canada, livery attention
was paid me by my lover for awhile, but
he soon got tired of me, and finally threw
me off altogether. Not havinir tnnnev
i hor friends, and not wanting to return to
tbe home which I had blighted, I was
not long in making my mind up to a
porting lite. 1 wont to Louisville, where
lived a tew months, from there to Nash
ville, and finally back to Louisville. I
reached Cincinnati about six weeks ago
penniless and with no clothes save an old
reus 1 wore, 1 received kind attentions
irom Miss Wright, now dresses and
money. I being very sick at that time.
Although I received every attention, I
grew worse. 1 thought many times of
suicide, although one would not expect
such feelings in ono like mo. I longed to
see my dear mother. Many a night I
ave wept bitterly, and 1 was anxious to
lot my folks know that I was still living,
but, after the disgrace I had brought on
tbeiu, I dared not ask their Ibrgivenoas.
"A few days ago. while sitline in the
parlor, a young man who I had known
in Chattanooga entered- I was so sur
prised and frightened that I fainted
away, and after coming to he proposed
to take mo home. I refused. After he
left I was afraid be would tell my
folks of my whereabouts, and I deci
ded to write and ask forgive
ness and permission to return. My
mother answen-d that she would start
mmcdiately for Cincinnati, and would
take me home. At receiving this letter, I
telegraphed that I waa coming, and now I
am on my way.'
ine story oi orient, attractive ana
oung girls, with kind and luxurious
lomes. going down bv a life of shame is
an old one, but the cose of Maud Atkins
is indeed a sad one losing social position,
virtue, friends, money, honor and all. fall
ing to the very slums of iniquity in the
remarkably short time of less than twelve
months.
Maud Atkins is now only sixteen years
oia, and, although a reform may be made
the terrible - stigma will follow her to the
rave, while hersodncor will carry on his
eviiisn work and bo allowed loa-oun
punished.
TUK t'OMHITrEES.
Mr. CarllNle Hard at Work
site Tank la a Long One-Mor-riltou
te- Have Way and
Means).
flp.clal to ths Comn.rsial flaiette.
Washington, Docemlier 4. Speaker
Carlisle being if he would announce the
committees before the holiday recess,
said:
1 am hard at work upon tbem. and
will announce them as soon as made up.
This will bo, I hope, before the holiday
recess, but I cannot be sure. You will
remember, for instance, that last year,
with thirty-two lest members in the
House, tney were not maue Known until
ust neloro the recess.
It has been definitely decided that Mor
rison, ot Illinois, shall be chairman ot
Ways and Means, ue is very pro
nounced in his advocacy of undertaking
a general revision of the tariff. Where
Mr. Carlisle is conservative and would
have all changes gradual, Mr. Mr-
risen, if he followed his own inclinations,
would favor making immodiato and radi
cal reductions. The Ohio wool men may
make un their minds to live in a state of
constant uncertainty while ha is at the
head of this committee, 11, the speaker
follows bis own inclination, he will put
Mr, Randall at the head of Appropria
tions. Opposition to this unexpected from
Mr.lllackburn, but this trouble will prob
ably bo arranged.
Frank llurd stands a good chance of
naving the Juaiciary uommittee. u lies
at present between him and Randolph
Tucker. If it is assigned to the latter,
Mr. Ilurd will probably be put on the
Ways and Means. There Is a general
bolief that Mr. Buckner will have Bank
ing and Currency, Mr, Cox Foreign Af
fairs, Mr. Rosencrans Military, and Mr.
Reagan Commerce.
M,L. SELDEN,
Real Estate Agent,
No. 287 Main St.
Prompt atteatloa riven to sales of pro tar
aoUMtion of nuts and psjlni of taxes.
MM
I. FRIEDLANDER,
)LAN8 an. tpaciticiitiuni promptly a
tendeil lo. Terms T.rr moa.rai.. umo.
BlMpnir Trmplo. HO lllft
dom-ltealaent native.
Ho. AIIT R B-Ia ta. Chaietrt Cart ol Sh.U
or oeantr, l.aa. jfaDui.nu.rroa ?i anai
ITappaarini from hill, whir-h Is scorn to
I In thia niH ttw.t tfi. defendant. kMias
Rh.rrnil. la a .Aildant of th. HtU f Ala-
baius and non rosideot of tho bteU of
lenn.sie. .....
It is tn.r.ior. ora.rsa teas a. mas.
D1S SIp..rano. ureiD. . am vuarinuuii 01
bh.lbj .ountv.in Mempuii,T.on.,on or ..for.
lb. urst Alonaar iDwaauarr, ibm, ana pi.au,
answer or demur to complainant bill, or tb.
same will b, t.ken for ennreaed a. to blnl
and set for hearing oi-p.rt.: aad that i
nn,. nf thirfnrder he uublinued ono. a week
lor lour sucoesiiT. ws.as, in vu. i-uoiio
Lenser.
lliustb aay or ueoembsr, isu.
A oopj Attest:
R J ULACK, Clerk and Master.
Br J M Bradlir. D C M.
P oi ton A ioi ton, sols (or oomplalnant.
n K 94 ion
AtlaoKaB.at Notlaa.
Before Qoo R Powal, J. P. for Shelby ooun
17, Tenn.-No. 821. Uaddea A Farrimton
vs Clias A Jonm,
JN this oaus. aa attachment navlnc Met
sued out under section W)t of th. ood. ol
.nnesM, and returned levied upon th.
property of th. defendant, Chaj A Jonof,
b, garnishment upon Uuiby.Toof Jk eUdUew.
an, and athdavlt haTini been mad. thai da
fendant is indebted to tbe plaintiff In tli.
sum of S26 VI, du. by aoonunt, aad that
the claim la Innt. an4 tbat tb. defend
ant Is a Bon-reiident of th. Htt .f Xu
Denffrei it 1. therelor. orders that .aid de
fendant make hi, personal appwmno. b
fop, m. on th. luth day ol January, 1KH4, at
IS o'olook m,, at my office, No. 8
Madlaon straet, Memphis. Tenneaee.,
and defend said attachment suit wltbia the
Um. pmeribed by law, or th. saoi. will
b proowded with .K-parUt and that a opy
ol this order b, pobliihed one a wak for
four weeks la th. Publi, Ledger.
Thl, th. 5th day of December, IMS.
IHIWW ()KII R I'lftVKI., ,t. .
u 1 i i
The rVBLW LEDGER Bindery
and lob Printing Oflia it now located
at 17 Union ttrttt and rtady for all
buiineu offering:
KRBMERS
.it
Parig and Berlirf Cloaks
33 1-3 UNDER IMPORT COST.
Now Advertisement.
-:o:-
Malaga Grapes,
Ripe Bananas,
La. Oranges,
Pure Sugar Candy,
Our own Make, .
Silver Moon Flour,
Whitest tod Finest, New Prooeea,
Creamery Butter
by Express Daily.
Coffee Roasted Every Day.
Extra Fine Eating Apples, Cheap
Cooking Apples, Raisins, Figs,
Citron, Nuts, Atmore's Mince
meat, Cider, Etc.
Qliver,finnie s Do's
Little BonaDarte.
The Country has been flooded with worth
less trash called Hosiery until consumers
are sick with disgust. Arevolution hasset in
anatnen. p. k. is
.I.. a
aay. uneauaiea tor
Nonconnali
4Q4 MOISTROIh STREET.
NOW READY FOR BUSINESS.
ARLINGTON INSURANCE CO.
Caxltal - - 0100,000
OfScs-No. 43 Madison St
'.UENEBAL FIRE AND HABINK l.t'K4.l K.
ALSTON BOYD, President T.B.8IM8, Vic. Pres't. W. H. KENNKDAY, Bee
DIRIOTORSl
Auitoh Both,
W H BiatT.
T B 8 ma.
J M Smith,
WTStohi,
J JO
J W KicmaDeoir,
u tt UTAH,
nrrT,
Wa. W. Oiaaoa.
CARSON & PAINE,
QQ3 IMLcilXX StrooTt.
Fresh G-roceries
Received Daily.
IK0ONNKCTI0S. aj
TRLKPIIOflS
Ej!
POTATOES,
APPLES,
ONIONS,
KRAUT,
IPICKXES, Ele.
Business
WK bar. this da? disposed ol oor .atlr. InUrost la the Planlnc Mill, Lumbar Yard, .to' ,
of th. M.mnhll Lamb.r ftnd M.auf.Atnpln. Da tA thm (in). M.nf...,..ln .. k.
will oolltot allassoliand assam. all liabiliiiu.
W. mVm thl. ll. 4l.nAM nt An. MiIIm
hilaln
wui iraii.oi an asien aaa assume ail u.biliini.
D.e.ab.r 1, 1SS.
W I COLE, Pr.sid.nt.
B P IiOCKk, VtoePmidont.
Cole Manufacturing Co.
tbuecejiori U Memphis Laabsr A
MAN DFACTUBER3
U. DQDRS, BLIPS,
Mouldings,
PAIIJTG, OIL and
Office and Salesroom, Planing Mill,
332 Second Street, 358-360 Second Street
Warehouse, Hernando and Gayoso Sta.
0. B. PARKIK
B. W. PARKIH.
0. B. PARKER & SON,
RENTAL AGENTS and
Rial Estate Broken,
285 MAIN BT.
apeelal Atteatloa UUen ta the
Rental Department, Cloae t ol
leclloaa and Prompt Settlement
will h oar Motto, lugf
Fine Farm For Sale
AT
Public Auction
Oa ialnrday, ' December 8th,
Cor. Bala aad Hadlaoa Bin..
ATIOON.
This valuable hrm Is elliated near th. Bit
Ora.k Road, three-quarter, ef a mil. w.st of
Froynr Uutioa .a th. CheupMhe Road and
it la what u kaown a, th. " If Cnek Coua
try, juatly famed for the fwtllity .1 th. soil.
This treel of lead .oauin, ItO aoreo, aeerly
all la floe stat. of eultivatiOD, o, 1 f.nc,
larnihouaM and rMideao., all with brink
chimney., .letwa, well, orlb., eiabl.s. .to,,
,ad U kn.wn at the' Mri, KJ IiotI. Plaoa,''
lerm-AUU. I ROVBIKR A 00..
U BalNu.a
cents
cents
cents
20 cents
$7.25
the Napoleon of the
children.
Knittinjr Co.
Memphis, Tenn
Oio Aasoi.o,
Otto Bchwill,
Jonn AamsTiiD
J H Maloki,
b tiuiapaar,
VY K JONES,
W P DONATANT.
;Qso. N. Piim.
m0
HAY,
CORN,
OATS,
BRAN,
Ele.
CliRngo.
w. oh'.rfullj recommend our xiro.iisors.
LUMBK& A JsANUFACTUHINU CO.
to the Col. Mnnufafltnrlnr On., who
W,ohe.rfally recoiamend our suooeisors.
OULE A CO.
Q T BASSKTT, Soo A Troas
H'ff Co. and Ool, A Companj.)
AMD DKALXR3 IN
Lumber, Etc.,
ViiriHOVI GLASS.
Hopkins'
Immense Reduction
IN
MILLINERY !
Bafini Just returned from New York,
where w. boujht a very lame lino of goods
from th. aslgnMof on. of the largest I id por
ters and m anuiacturors of Millinary Uood,,w,
are enable 1 to odor th. same at
FIFTY C ENTS ON THE DOLLAR
of lb, regular price.
rWO HUNDRED
Pat tern Bonnets
AT
HALF PRIOI.
This ll i
. far, opportunity.
Chanc.
Don't los. th,
P.. E. HOPKINS & CO.,
M ala atrMl, oopi t'owrl Nqnitr.
Th a PUBLIC LEDGER Job
rrii ttitif Office and Bindery is
now 1ccted at 17 Union street anil
Tea d) for all business offering.
25
25
25
Fine Candies,
Fine Raisins,
Fine Oranges,
Fine Lemons,
Fine Nuts,
Fine Figs,
Fine Apples.
Fine Malaga Grapes,
Orange Peel,
Lemon Peel,
Citron.
3
w
i i
D
u
O
340 and 342
0rgilIBL'others& Co.
Hardware, Stoves, Tinware,
Agrioulturnl
ruiecrnnier
B. F. Avery & Sons' PLOWS
Sole Agent tor
H. F. Blount's TRUE BLUE PLOWS.
The Old Original and (Duly Uennln.
U HIE PLO T7E7"
Machinery Fittings a Specialty.
HO nnd 312 F'TlOTsTT1 STREET.
P. MrSADDRN.
W. P. II!NAVAT.
P. McCADDEN & CO.,
GROWERS and COTTON FACTORS,
Ho.'w414 Main Strait, . Memphis, TannasM.
r MsfHUDKM wIlt liv. h!i panonal att.ntion to all Cotton Coaila4 U ta. i
rn. aod is pr.p.redto m.t. Hh.r.l ,4,tam n Mm. .,
II l DUTCH KLL
H.G, GETCHELL& CO.
347 Main Street,
PIANOS, -
Stuinway & Sdr'i,
Decker Brother'.,
Halnei Brolhert',
J. Ii C. Fischer i, Vi
H. 6. Getuhall & Ca.'i 1
Vi). & Son'i,
iKI OTIIKR
PIANOS,
Sheet Masic m$ Mubical Mercliandise of all Kinds.
Our I'iitnoi 0111I Orioin. r Indnriird by all lh leading fwllatlal
or IUp world. Me bBve nndooblrdl Use Ureal nock of
Sheet Music, Violins, Guitars, Banjos, Brass
and Silver Instruments.
Timing aud ICepttirinK dona by experienced workmen,
urgaiiH .oiu ou easy mommy paimeiu.
1 K liHnccil
J.
238 MAIN STREET.
A full line of I'nre Rer.w.x
and allwr pnrpowesi.
JOUN S TOOK
K L McGOWAN
Busby, Toof & McGowan
Wliolosalo
GROCERS AND COTTON FACTORS,
W,G Patteson, Cotton Salesman No. 274 FRONT STREET.
Unndllng ol otton a Npeelalty Mberal I wth AdTuncenseata
Wade on oiiHlgmnfutw. j fi
(Bowetior to Mitchell, Hotaai A Co.) hu th, lamst aad ban aiawM s4mi a
FUENITURE.
CAnPETG, CURTAILS, 01L-CL0TEI3
IN THE SOUTH,
No. 308 MAIN STREET :
n riAMis
HILBURN GIN and MACHINE COLIP'Y
MANUFACTURERS OF
Milburn's Patent Eclipse Huller and Roller
Breast Gint, Llntort and Condentara,
Steam Engines, Cotton Presses, Oil Mill Machinery and all
Hindu of Iron and Bram I anting, Honne t'roala, Feneea, Kle.
Eailroad. Steamboat and Mill Work,
Have on band conntanlly a large .lock of
Shafting, Pulleys, Belting and Gin Wrights Material
Atlas, and Other Engines always n stock.
W are thoronthlj equipped to do all business parulnlni to th. Kounilrj aid Mm
Corner sjhelby and McCall Ntreet aad
Nob. 1. 3, 6 and 7 Front St., cor. Auction, Memphis, Tenn
F.l ALAR I ON!
W.H.KIRKWOOD. Prop, I3t.Louis,M:
ii syi'ta.ts
TUE LIVER.;
Contains no arsonic, strycl.nino or
inarvurv. KAT and D It I MA whni
vou rl.KANK, for it will not salivat
vou. No sliiyerina; over a biff doeo oi
Irant'li. Only a half toaspoonful at
losn.
Sold by Driiffpits Kvorywnore.
. gaaawawawaaaawmaam
IT SOFTKN'U
TUB Bl'LKKN,
aaawawmanaawmravmssB
MALAR I UN!
W. N. W1LOR80N 4 CO ,
WholijaaleAironU,
Mcvrnia, Tnw.
The PUBLIC LEDGER Job
Printing Ofireand Bindery is now
located at 17 Union street andreadij
for all business offering.
Jellies,
Preserves
Mincemeat,
Apple Butter,
Plum Pudding
Christmas Candles,
California Canned Fruits,
Cracker8-AHKiniS.
VAH c, CO.
MAIN ST.
Implomonta
MAKTIN k'BLLBK
NEW MUSIO HOUSTC I wariaHi
Memphis, Tenn.
ORGANS
Tl CBLSBaATU
fty,
Shonligir,
Cyb.lU,
V i HiallUt,
arfiS km oriaa
ORGANS.
I'laao. aad
Old riaao.
lor I
New.
ana 3tittrlo
E
: :
Candlet.
Memphis, Tom.
Al.o Iueensjo lor ckaroh
BEK I BCSBY
AT LOW PRICKS.
: : Memphis, Tenness
BF.rokg rrBOHAni).
BEIT. (ISllMTIt
REAL
D. W. LAKE,
oa,t lei front it,,
MEMPHIS, TENN.
I an prepared to eery, aalU-
motortly
Real Estate totem!.
ol whatever deawrlp-
tlua.lMMb I a ft em pb I.
and
ibla a
radl
ol KM)
Ilea Calls, or
correspondence, fruia yar-
lie, deelroua of servicoj Ul
my Una ar. solicited.
ESTATE.
tint rut,

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