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CHARLES KKEY,
vaousuu in urui
MEAT MARKET
M and IS BEAL IT.
Itaamboat Trade tollcllad.
Fresh HU of all kinds. Choice Uinie,
Kith, Oysters and Poultry,
Underwear!
ID
BLIC
LEDGER,
loeb & r.ioo:c,
235 MAIN St.
VOL. XXXVII.
MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE, FRIDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 14, 1883.
NO. 89.
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11
GRAND HOLIDAY DISPLAY.
A niagnlflcenl llneol I'Mlol well aa Ornamental Faurjr
Uooda, Mullable far Pr aeala to Uentlrmea.
Gentlemen's Dressing Gowns,
Gentlemen's Smoking Jackets,
Gentlemen's Smoking Tables,
Gentlemen's Liquor Sets,
Gentlemen's Shaving Se Sa
AIM au Endlraa Variety of
SILK SUSPENDERS, HANDKERCHIEFS,
NECKWEAR JEWELRY,
GLOVES, FANCY UNDERWEAR,
All at Popular Prices.
B. Lowenstein fe Bros.
FRESH ARRIVALS.
G. H. Mumm & C.oV Champagne,
Vve Clicquot, Yellow Labai, Champagne,
Louis Roederer Champagne,
Piper Heidsieck Champagne,
A. & F. Kartell Cognac,
Cruse et Fils Freres' Clarets,
Marie Brizard & Roger Cordials;
Frances Falkner's Irish Whisky.
We .Her above gooda al New York Prleea. Freight added.
B. J. Semmes & Co
J O NEELY
IS H BROOK8
H M NEBLY
BROOKS, NEELY & CO.
Wliolosalo
Grocers, Cotton Factors and
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
867 Front Street,' - Memphis, Term
J K GODWIN,
L D Ml I.L1S,
J. R. GODWIN k CO.
Cotton Factors
and Commission Merchants,
336 Front St., cor Union, Memphis, Tenn.
H. M. FERGUSON, with
J. T. LaPRADE & CO
Ktv. Dr. J. B. MiFerrio has writ
ten a lettef to tie Christian Advocate
in which be expresses the hope that
he will be able to be at hia office next
week. The announcement will be
greeted with joy all over the country.
Till town sf Brownsville, with no
looal government at all, haa rather
retrograded. It waa simply tamed
out on the ootnniona and matters went
"sorter loose," as a good old gentle
man once said when he bad been car
rying the oounty court affairs in hia
hat. Tea town at least came to a
standstill, wbioh was more than the
enterprising oitizens of the plaee eould
tend. Upon a petition of a unjjrity
of voters the county oourthaadoolarcd
Brownsville a Taxing District of the
seeond olass in accordance with the
forms of law. The old debt will be
compromised at a reasonable rate and
the town will go ahead again.
Tui LiDaia ia indebted to Hon.
Sameal J. Randall for a copy of Vol I
of the oensus of 1880. It is a msg
nifioent volume, of nearly a thousand
pages, and ia devoted entirely to pop
nlation. It far aurpassos anything
of the kind ever before issued in this
eoontry. It embracea extended tables
of the population of States, counties
and minor civil divisions with distino
tion of race, sex, age,
nationality and occupations; to
gether with summary tables derived
from other census reports relating to
newspaper) and periodicals; public
sobools and illiteracy; tbe dependent,
defeotive and delinquent classes, eto
A new and striking feature, however,
is a aeries of oolorcd topographioal
mapa showing at a glance the den
sity of population, foreign, oolored and
native, male and female, eto , in dif
ferent looalitiea. These mapa are
numerous and beautiful, and exceed
ingly interesting and instructive. It
ia a book to prite and to keep as an
invaluable reforenoe. We oan over
look and forgive the long doky in
bringing out the work in oonsidera
tion of its remarkable olearness, accu
racf and perspicuity.
As tbe Ledqeu predicted some
weeka ago, toe influence oi John
Logan united the west and Chicago,
aa a result, was ohosen as the place
for holding the next Republican con
vention. This will bs very unsatis
factory to tbe east. Even the Cin
cinnati Commercial Gazette
growls about it and says:
That the Republican National Com
mittee made a mistake in Washington
yesterday in selecting Chicago instead
of Cincinnati for the convention next
year, we are of tbe opinion, a pretty
plain case. The prematurely given
pledges ot some of the committeemen
and the personal influence of Sonator
Logan prevailed. It does not appear
that thore was any political signifl
canoe in the seleotion ofChioago. Our
information is that the Democracy
will be likely to hold their convention
in this city. We would have pre
ferred May to June for the convention
month, but the difference is not ma
terial. Chicago is a disappointment
as against Cincinnati, but an improve
ment upon Indianapolis, r biladolpuia,
Saratoga and Chautauqua. There are
hotels, newspapers and telegraph fa
cilities in Chioago as well as Cincin
nati, and it is a pity they have not our
Musio i La II and the twenty live small
halls under the same roof lor committees.
FWKKIUM AFFAIK1.
CARLISLE'S PROBLEM.
The Compoiitiou of Hons Com
mittees from a Repub
lican Standpoint.
Current Nprrntatlon and t'o
ineul In Waablngton.
Weiuinsi.n bVeci.l l tho N. Y. Tribun..
Not only does Speaker Carlisle's
hanard face at d weary air five plain
evidence ot the mental strain and
anxiety imposed by bis attempt to
make filly committee chairmanships
o round" among 190 importunate
Democratic patriois in a way to satisfy
them all, bat the members ot his "cab
inet" show signs ot great fungus and
worry. Colonel Morrison, the Speak
er's premier, probably t?ars the heav
iest weight ot responsibility. lis is
more sought after and more ceaaleasly
importuned by anxious Democrau
probably than is the Speaker himself
for every anxious applioant seems to
believe himself secure if he can obtain
the good offices of the Illinois statea
man. The scoond member of the Speaker's
cabinet is AUram 0. Hewitt, who ap
pears to be cnarged with the duty of
ascertaining the hopes, desires and ex
pectations ot toe Eastern men goner
HauBfaotnrera at-
Saddles, Harness, and Collars,
And Dealer la
SADDLERY HARDWARE and LEATHER
Nos. 301-303 Main street, Memphis, Term.
A. It, AH AliO
A. VACCABO. B. VACCABO,
A. VACCARO & CO.
r: IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
v u WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS,
fto. 278 Front Street, : : Memphis, Tenn.
ILL, FONTAINE & CO
Cotton Factors
-AND- .
Wholesale Grocers
0
1116 South Main
23 usid 2S3 Front St.,
awmM, rrnn.
St
nr. iwin, mo.
A D LAHOdTAFF,
A X NIBMBTKR,
H D PATTERSON
LANGSTAFF & COMPANY.
5 : ' No. 303 Main Street, Memphis,
Oliver's Chilled Plow,
Barbed Hire,
Uall's tJalea, Hoalea,
Mtraab Bllla,
A 8 LIVERMORE, President it A TATU M, Soc'j and Treasurer
Tha LIVERF'OHE FOUNDRY & MACHINE CO
House Fronts and Building Work, Railroad Work,
'Steamboat Work, Engines, Sawmills, Steam Pumps
Brass Goods, Pipe and Fittings, Cotton Presses,
Gin Gearing, Plantation Work, Iron and Brass Castings,
GENERATi REPAIRS
And Everything In th Lino. Send lor Catalogue,
180 to 174 ADAMS ST. Memphis, Tenn.
, I.KAlll. Ueneral Aconl and Hoiixuor
at. M.
C. Mundinger,
DEALER IN
HARDWARE,
CUTLERY, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS &c
CuSSdcrs' Hardware and Tools,
801 BAM NBEET, (Between Adam and WMbtngton,) Memphis.
London, December U. The ootton
mill of Jones k Co., at Leigh, burned
lant night. Loss, 30,000.
The hangman has arrived and will
make preparations for the exeoutioo
of O'Dcnnell. The American Alin
iater says he is not free to disouas the
steps taken lu obtain a respiU, as he
ia hampered by tho result of the
Lawson osre. Reports say that the
jurymen who have been scon refuse to
join in a memorial for respite.
Si. Pktkrsburo, December 14.
The Nihilist Rutcbkoff, who ei
Irem prison at Charkow and returned
to free his companions, was seised by
the guards. lie then shot a gondarme
and himeolf fatally.
Vienna, Deoember 14. The 8o
oialists on trial at Looben have been
acquitted of high treason.
Rohi, Deoember 14. The Gorman
Minister to the Vatioan and Cardinal
Jaoobine had a conference upon the
question of the Cardinal's visit on be
half of the Pope to the Crown I'rinoo
of Germany in roturn for the 1'rinoe's
visit to the Pope. The question is a
difficult one, aa the prince will stop at
Palace Quirenal, residence of the
kin;.
Cairo, Deoember 14 The Kowaw
ocr tribe reports that Ilioks Pasha
waa at Birket on November 15th, but
that communication was now out off
by tho Gawama tribes. The news is
not oredited here.
named to Death.
Rocktilli, Ind December 14.
A drunken man named John Barnes
who lived fn this vioinity locked his
wife out of doors because she refused
to lot him have any money, and she
had to take her ohildrcn to the woods
and while ahe was building a fire her
elothing caught fire and she was burn
ed to death.
Hard oa Maloon Keeper.
Cauubidoi, O., Deoember 14. At
the session of the Common Pleas
Court yesterday, Judge Fraiicr sen
tenced twolve saloon keepers to fines
aggregating fllOO, and imprisonment
in the conuty jail aggregating four
hundred days, for violating the Soott
law. There are seventy oases yet to
be tried.
The Oresjoa Transcontinental.
Niw York, Dooembor 14. The
exocutivo oommitteo ot tne urcgon
Transcontinental has appointed hndi
oott, of Boston, and Fabric, of New
York, to examine tho accounts and
securities so that a statement of the
enndition of tho company may be
made to the stockholders.
Liverpool Narked.
Liverpool, Deocmbor 14, !2;!!J p m.
Bacon, dull; Cumberland cut, 41s;
short rib, 41s b'd. Laid, prime wort-
ern. dull at 45s. Lard oil, dull at 4Ha,
Corn, new mixed, steady at 5s Cd.
Turpentine spirits, at London, dull at
20s.
Nhlp New.
Nw York, Dooembor 14. Arriv.
ti: Steamor Ethiopia, from Glasgow;
Grecian Monarch, from London
ally, and those of New York especially,
inoluding in the latter case Republi
cans as well as Democrats. Mr. Hew
itt is conscientious, and his recom
mendations to the Speaker no doubt
will be guided and controlled by his
best judgment as to the abilities, qual
ifications and deserts of the men trom
whom the selections are t be mode.
It is no wonder, therefore, that he feels
a deep sense of responsibility.
Mr. Tucker, the affable Virginian,
ia ahe third and last of the Speaker's
confidential advisers, and he seems" to
be occupied in looking after the in
terosts of the Sojthern Representa
tives. It is contrary to his nature and
disposition to be reticent on any sub
ject, and some of his efforts te con
ceal information are said to be comical
in the extreme, although in the main
i . . i
IUOOCSSIUI. jg
into Ibis inner circle ot speaker
Carlisle's advisers neither Mr. Ran
dall, Mr. Cox, Mr. Springer, nor any
other Democrat, no matter what his
prominenoe or what his opinion of his
own oapaoity is, .is allowed to intrude.
It is, however, true that men like Mr.
Willis and Mr. Blackburn, of Ken
tucky, and Mr. Ellis, ot Louisiana,
who were among Mr. Carlisle's most
earnest workers, are consulted about
certain things, and in a few cases in
dividuals have been permitted to
know what good things are in store
for them. The article about House
Committees published in the Tribune
to-day was studied with great interest
by Democrats as well as by Republi
cans Borne of the men, whose names
were put down for prominent chair
manships, deolared that tbe guesses
were poor ones, but their criticisms
were based upon hope, not knowledge.
In the main the forecast is regarded
aa a reasonably fair and probable one
A correction shoula be made aa to
the Chairmanship of Public Lands.
There is reason to believe that it will
go ti Mr. Uolmao. It is also under
stood that upon the organization of
tho uoruuiittce on idvers and Harbors
Mr. Ellis wilt be madeChairraan of it,
and not Mr. Dunn, who offered the
resolution to orcate it. S. 8. Ccx is
anxious to have his old place as
Chairman of Foreign Affairs, and he
would regard s relusal ot tho Speaker
to appoint him as not only an affroLl
10 mo great oiaie oi new xora, uut a
personal slight to himsclt, who was
her candidato lor the Speakership.
Gossin to-day indicated that Mr.
Iliscook is assigned to the Ways and
Moans Committoe and that Mr. Wads
worth, of New York will be given a
plaoo on the Appropriation Commit
tee. Among the old Democratic
members the hostility to General
Keifer ii intense, and many of them
declare that his appointment as Chair
man of the Committee on Publio hx
penditures, of which Mr. Randall was
Chairmao in the last Congress, is out
ot the question,
It is probable that the oommittee
appointments will not be announced
until th day bofors the beginniug of
the holiday racecs.
A Familiar Voire front the
Nlnlh Hard.
i- t Ti7.,n i... ,,,
tome time since you have heard from my
part of the burg. Well, we have bad
some work done in tbe Ninth by the
street force and it looks nice, but there
are a few things needed to mako the Ninth
ward haimv. That is rood crossings, so
that h footpad can get in to the Taxing
District, to have a policeman or two, and
a good member of the Honorable legisla
tive Council.
Wall. In talkinz about members. I
would like to know why Mr. W'm. Carr,
of the Ninth ward wouldn't do for a mem.
ber t became he is a man of fine business
nualifications. a man that everybody has
confidence in, that knows him, and those
who don't know him, -have no right to
vote, because they don'tlive in tho county.
Kverybouy knows mil Larr, tne isrpaui
ingmanon the lovce, but if the peopU
don't want Mr. Carr. why not Dr. W. B,
Winston, either or both are our choice.
If the people are not satisfied in giving us
one. we are wining to lane twin.
Mr. Editor, I am willing to pay my
taxes, and do Day thorn as prompt aa any
body, but it cut me to the hollow to have
A aaaiheraa "Hand."
Captain Ja. B. Lake, jr., of Grenada,
is tb owner and ia justly proud of one of
the most beautiful piecM of horse lleth in
the South, if not anywhere In tbe world.
It is a seven-year-old mar from Blue
Grass Kentucky, bought two years ago
forseven hundred dollars in gold. Her
name is Maud, and she it purs whits and
beautifully formed, a vary perfec
Uon ot physical symmetry and form.
Attha Jackson Fair the took the blue
ribbon as the most beautiful animal in
Mississippi. On the road the steps like a
vary queen of the equine species, and is as
intelligent as graceful, and easily makes a
mile in three minutes, although not
trained or boasted as a fast trotter. Cap
tain Lake has been offered $20U0
here in Memphis for "Maud,"
but the is not for aala even for "five brick
blocks " The Captain is in tbe city, and
the lovely animal ia at Forest's stable,
where many leading ladies and gentle
men have called to see'the young tlxteen
y ear-old girl ready for the ball."
Aa Old Naahvllle Clllaea.
World, IS,
I have lived in Nashville since the
yoarone, remarked a venerable visitor at
the World oliice yesterday morning,
'and ought to know somethinr of cur
commercial and other statistict. '
"1 he year one?" rasped the reporter.
'Yeu don't mean that vu have resided
here for eighteen hundred and "
Yea. I do!" out in our venerable
friend. "I mean that exactly. I came
here in the year eishteen hundred andone
and"
Oh!" ejaculated the reporter.
Ah!" retorted our distinguished vis
itor.
"I was born, continued Colonel A.W.
ohnson for he it waa "in New Hamp
shire in the year 1797, and came to tint
city in 1801, whera I have resided ever
since that ia hava resided in Nathville
and itt immediate vicinity. And your
informant, Mr, Waller, it correct; Tbe
first steamboat that ever landed at
our wharf was the "General Jackson"
this in the year 1818. 1 had never before
seen tuch a crowd oa the bank to witneat
the landing. It waa a big day with us,
that'Ooming of our Brut steamboat.
"1 did Dusineaa lor forty veara on
Broad street," added Colonel J. after a
pause. "1 have lived along with the
inetccnlB century In nashville. 1 have
nown all our prominent officials, and I
consider Governor Wm. Carroll waa one
of the trreatest men that ever lived com
petent to fill the highest office under the
government.
Notwithstanding his eighty-seven years.
Colonel Johnson it vicorout of mind and
body, and is, no doubt, entitled to the
claim of being our "oldest living citizen."
May he continue to live along on parallel
linos with the century.
Insurance Notice.
Important to Policy Holders.
Omen BOARD UNDERWRITERS, 1
HiarHia, Dacembtr 10, loia. f
BY aetloa of this Board an sxtra charrt of
ona-fonrth of ona aer oeot ii to bo mado
lor thoo.oof OASULINK KTOVKs. Parlies
wbosa polioos do not allow tho use sneh
stovoa iboula eall en their oompaay, ray
this extra premium, aad get tho privilege ia
dorsed oa their polio, as. without it, their
polloiet are void bj thefr own terms This
notii-e it iiven as a rKUTKUTlON to roltor-
Holdera. He order nf the Un&ra.
90 W. H. IIIIKA. Porrel.rv.
From wreck of Steamer Will Krle, at Ele
vator, Monday, December 17, el lu o'clock,
By A.M. STODDARD, Auctioneer.
HO bblt surer. 100 bb!s molasses. 90 bales
ootton, 611 bdls iroa ties, bales aunoy bass,
d bales domestio. 11) bales moss, 4 oelet paper
sionk, 60 (rata blowers. Is hhdj sugar, a bols
wtute saod.
Merchants, don't fail to attead. B890
to nav that railroad tax.
Look at a railroad receipt, if have one
at home, you will toe that there is 20c on
the SHlO lor railroads. Now. what I am
kicking about ia, the poor devil that has
a little nome hat to pay thit tax to help a
corporation to Dunn a road thin makes
money for Gould and others, and we poor
fools made to beg our honorable County
(Vinrt. hv yotinr. to srive them many
thousand dollars. And lot one of those
J, l'.'s get on the train and not pay his
fare, makes no difference bow much taxes
he pays, he will be shown the door, and
perhaps the boot of the conductor.
Bob
I nirorm Weights.
New York, Deoember 14. Tbe
Saddlery Hardware Manufacturers
Association have agreed npon a full
hat ot weights, in order that all no
ished sooda at unilorm prices may bs
of equal weights. The October prices
will not be disturbed.
Unable to Meet Engagementa.
Niw York, Deoember 14. F. B
Howell !l Co.. larco bankers, and
mombers of the Produce and Stock
Exchanges, are posted as unable to
meet cngsgcmsnts.
nianURlppl Gets lite Cold iuoul
tier.
Special to Vlcksburg Herald
WASiiiKOTOff. Docombsr li!. W. T,
Holland, of Hinds county, formerly Sor-
gennt-at-Arms or the Mississippi legists
lure, was appointed a nietsonger to-da'
in tbe House or itcprewmauvcs at a sai
ary of 1(XW. Wilde Leonard, of Port
Gibaon, was appointed a page. This is all
jUlSSIaslIipi will Ul 111
KREMBR'S
Paris and Berlin Cloaks
33 1-3 UNDER IMPORT COST.
1
Y0PEN TILL M
10 O'CLOCK
5 lb box French Mixed Candy $1
5 lb box Pure, Broken, Home
made Candy, Our Own Make, $1
5 lb box Twisted Stick Candy
Our Own Make, $1
3 lb box Extra Fine French
Candy $1
I lb box Extra Fine French
Candy 35c
I lb box Pure Stick or Broken
Home-made Candy
Fine Candies.
Fine Raisins,
Fine Oranges,
Fine Lemons,
Fine Nuts,
Fine Figs.
Fine Apples
Fine Malaga Grapes,
Orange Peel,
Lemon Feel,
Citron.
03
01
s
o
o
ft
J ellies,
Preserves
Mincemeat,
Apple Butter
Plum Pudding
Christmas Candles,
California CaDDCd FrQitS,
Crackers-All Kinds.
La. Oranges 35 and 50c
Ripe Bananas 20 and 25c
Lemons 20c
Malaga Grapes 25c
Lemon Peel 25c
20C
Fine Raisins 20c
Extra Bunch Raisins 25c
Seedless Raisins 20c
Citron 25c ,
Orange Peel 25c
AUCTION 8ALE.
Extra Mixed Nuts 25c,
Silver Moon Flour, $7.25,
Creamery Butter by
Express Daily
Coffee Roasted EVERY Day.
Maple Syrup, Maple Sugar,
Sugar House Molasses,
Oatmeal, Cracked Wheat,
Graham Flour, Figs,
Extra Large Pecans,
Almonds, English Walnuts,
ETC., ETC.
Qliver.Finnie s So's
Election of Director!.
STOCKHOLDERS of the Shelby County
(iranr AilociattoD air not. Had thata.11
Totioa f thirteen Director! to eervt for tbe
ensuing year will be held at the office of B.
Bay in, in Hemp nil, on nnt Monday In
January natt batwaen tha houri nf a.m.
and 3 p.m. (.to. 11. Vlkkci, Bae'y.
ELECTION NOTICE.
Mtaphif. Xenn.. Deo. U, ltei
AMEKTINO of the ttokholden of this
bank will be held od
at their banhlofhouse, between (he hours of
11 A.m. end i p m.t lor the purpose of elect-
in T a if teen Directors to eerre tie ensuing
year. 8)j W.C. McClure. Cashier.
MUtthmenl NotiM.
o. 0567 BeforeJ 8 QallowAy.J. P. for Shelby
oounty, Tena. Wetter, Langs ta IT k Co ti
h U UlTr.
J N this eauaeei- attachment having beea
. eued out under Motion 466 of the Code ot
enneesee and I it urn 4, levied upon the
property of the defendant, and affidavit
HaVTintr vvtJD Usui mat uuuiuuaDfc ii in
debted to the plaintiff in the sum of W 23.
due by account and that the elaim
U just, and that the defendant ii a
non-resident of the Bute of Tennessee,
It ta there lore ordered that aald delenaant
make hit personal appearanoe before me on
the lHthday of January, IH&4, it 11 o'clock
m.. at y orace, no a madiion street.
Memphis.. Tenneitee, atd defend aald
attachment tuit within the time pre
scribed by law or the same will be pro
eeeead with ei-parte: and that a copy of tbil
order be published onoe a weeks for four
weeks, in tne mono meager.
Tnis the Uth day or Deuember,
J S (iALLOWAY, J P.
80 K 101 107
Hopkins'
Immense Reduction
IN
MILLINERY !
Tlevin (ait retnrned from New York.
vhere we bouiht a very la-ge line of goods
from the aaaiarneeof one of the laraest la Dor
ters and manufacturers of M illinery Goods. we
are enabled to oner the same at
FIFTY CENTS ON THE DOLLAR
of tha regular price.
TWO HUNDRED '
PatternBonnets
AT
HALF PRICE.
Dob's lost tha
This Is a rart opportunity.
UD.DO..
P. F.. HOPKINS & CO.,
M9 Bait stroct, epp. Court Nqeiar
tha patronage J
House, t icopt a position on the Capital
rill ue uituu
sipui would
havs bwn bettor provided for had not the
t S1UUO a vear. whirh will be
VomMuldrow'sUistrict. Mississippi would
doloiiUion votoi wrong. Clarke, tho
clerk, only (rot one vote trom Mississippi,
and WiiU;rmitli, the doorknopor, one.
Clark will give Mississippi nothing.
A Kentnrkltia) Decllnea-
Hpeoiel to th. Cummerelal U.tette.
WiMUNnTOK, Doeemlier 1U Another
eslimnblo gentleman of Kentucky birth,
Mr. h. r. Warder, now 01 jennraunvuie,
Indiana, wm appointed on the Uouse
force to-dKy. One Kentuckmn has de
clined a very rood plaee. tins was me
first and will diuibiloss be the only one of
his raeewho will do this thinif. Mr. O.
O. Stealey, tho ablo and excellent corres
pondent of the LouitvilloOouricr-Journal,
was offered the important position of pay
ins: I"1'" 10 1,18 fjefffeant-aUArmi, with
out application on nisparb, aim .urprmwu
the wholo Kentucky colony here by
promptly declining.
SlaTTS OOLLKOTIB
REAL
D. W. LAKE,
Offioe 181 front It,,
MEMPHIS, TENN.
I aa prepared te terra said-
(Mtortlr
Ml Estate Interests
el wbalenr deawrliw
tion.lMd h In IJemph la
and wlihla rssUla
el l'M nillnav Calls, or
oorrospondonce, from par
tint desirous of tervicea in
my line are solicited.
Little Bonaparte.
The Country has been flooded with worth
less trash called Hosiery until consumers
are sickwith disgust. A revolution hasset in
and the ft. P. EC. is the Napoleon of the
day. Unequatsd for children.
Nonconnah Knitting Go.
401 MOIST TtOK STREET.
C. R. RYAN & CO.
340 and 342 MAIN ST.
OrgillBrothers & Co.
Hardware, Stoves, Tinware,
-srlourmrn,l Implements
B7.ul A tTtkf aa I'satx
B. F. Avery & Sons' PLOWS.
Mele Accatti lor
H. F. Blount's TRUE BLUE PLOWS.
The Old Orlirlnal and IS..I. '...-.
URIE PLOWS
Machinery Fittings a Specialty.
3!Pnnd 812 ET1Q-NTT RT RE ET.
P. AfeSADDBN.
W. P. DUNAVAT.
NAHTIN KKLLBV
P. ItlcCADDEN cfe CO.,
GROCERS and C01T0N FACTORS,
Ha.1414 M.la Strt, j Momphli, Tanns.
9. MoOaOUMH will tire kla p.r.cnel etl.atloa to all Cotton Oonslaoed to tka
r.. aad I. prepared to llh.r.1 4..ne . ,.;iS. M " "
UU SKTOBKLL
NEW MUSIO HOUSE
H. G GETCHELL & CO.
347 Main Street, - Memphis. Tenn.
ORGANS
PIANOS,
Stiliwty at Sea's,
Dsoksr Brolhsr's,
Haliei Brstbert',
J. & C. Flwhtr's,
H. B. fislohdl & Ce.'i
Vsn aV Bsi's,
A.O OTHKR
PIANOS,
f -v . . 1
ma ctLnaiTio
.Estey,
Shonligtr,
Cymbilla,
HsjllltH,
iDOTtta
ORGANS.
CARSON & P1INE,
Null.
Candy,
Citroe,
Orangss,
Lemon Peel,
Orange Peel,
Deep Sea Mackerel,
California Fruits,
Shaker Pre serosa,
Handing Apples,
Cocoa nuts,
Prtmelles,
Grated Parmasan Cheese for Macaroni.
aJbJ.Jbi!B & CO.
POTATOES.
APPLES.
ONIONS,
KRAUT.
PICKLES, Eto.
HAY,
CORN,
OATS,
BRAN,
Eta.
396-39Q Front fit.
33i.slxioss Change.
Xirl h.T. this dtr disposed of our .Btlre ltitere.1 1, th. Plenln. Mill. t.nmW v.-1 ...
ft of the Mem.hl. Lumber end MenuftAttirin. f!a tA ih. PnU U.-nf.n....i.. Bk
.iumin..iiM..i.N. inNuiiNiuiiiniiiM. .DD.TIUII7 THoniB.lia OUr IQCoeSSOrt.
MbMPHIS LUMUatt k MANUFACTUHINU CO.
We have this derdisDosod of our .ntlr. ka.lna.e to the CaU u.nnr.nin.i-. p- v.
will ooll.ot .11 ass.u and auum. all ll.biUties. W . ohetrfallj reoomaiand our saoeestort.
W I COLE, President. B P LOCKS, Visa President.
Q T BAS6BTT. 8m c Treat
Sheet Music am' Musical Merchandise of all Kinds.
Our Pianos end Omens art ladoraed by all the leadlnai artlala
of Ihe world. We have nndoobledlj Itie lisrgeal slock of
Sheet Music, Violins, Guitars, Banjos, Brass
and Silver instruments.
Toning and Kenalrlasj done by exnerlenoed workmen. Planoa and
urgana aoisa en rear meniniy pajmenut. uid 1'lanoa
Kai'luengyd llr Srw.
Fanoy sizica. JE3tvrlo
GROCERS,
23B MAIN STREET. : : MempMs.Treifa
A Tall line of Pare Beeawai t'andlr. Also Ineenae lor rhnb
and allar pnrpnare.
JOHN a TOOK
K L MctiOWAN
1JKN I flUSBY
Busby, Toof & McGowan
Wliolosalo
GROCERS AND COTTON FACTORS.
W.G Patteson, Cotton Salesman No. 274 FRONT STREET.
Handling al fatten a Nplll- Liberal I'tuth AdTancenaenta
Wade en oimlgnmenlsl. .
laaoaatMi te klteaall. Bolaai k Oa.) kas tka larsen aad aasl ataortai steak si
FUENITUEE,
CAI1PETC, CUHTAiriG, 01L-CL0TU3
im THE SOUTH, AT LOW FBICES.
No. 303 MAIN STREET : : : Memphis, Tennessa
cam, hp Htaus nrrona rR Hnmn. tm
Cole Manufacturing Co.
loacceisors u aenpait Laabtr A K it Co. and Cola A Coap.nr.)
MANUFACTURBR3 AND DEALERS IN
SASII, BQQSS, Mill
Mouldings, Lumber, Etc ,
PAIHTG, OIL and niriDOlV GLASS.
Office and Salesroom, Planing Mill
332 Second Streot, 358-360 Second Street
Warehouse, Hernando and Qayoso Sts.
Memphis City Fire
AND
ESTATE.
Illlt PAID.
r.lALARIOII! j
IflK LIVER.! "
Contains no anonic, slryl, nine orl
emirr, asr and ftKi.nia. wu.tl
ou ri.EANE, fur it will not talirat"
vou. io shivennr orer a bir dmn on
Irenes. Oaj a half toaspounful at rl
iota.
Hold by Druggists Srerywhars.
IT SOFTKNS
TBI 8PLIIN.
ALARION!
W. N.WILKKKSOU 4C0.
Wholetala AgonU,
UayPHis, Tskx.
SherlfTi Sale of Real Eitatu
rUBLIO notlo. I. herehr ilr.B, ta.t hj
Tirtu. of two writs of rer.ditlt.ni enon,
lone diraeteil from th. Hon. Circuit Cart
of bkelb ooantr, Tens., ia to. easel ef
Jones aoa uankler. aoil ThomM Wberrr.s
TClloraeJr. iuJsm.nt reudereil on th. (lb
day of Ooiob.r, lNjl, for tb. actTf.t. lam
of on. huodred and elrblj-nioe duil.rl and
7 oenu, wllh Uureat aad eoeu of mils.
i i.usir taia judfm.au, u. , 1 will, o
Friday, Jaanary 4, ISM,
la lesral hours, la front of th. courthouse, in
tb. r.iinf iMatrtot of bh.ibr eouotr, 'leoh,,
proMd to ..11. to th. hlibwl biddur.
tor oajh, tb. followlac dwcribW uroparl, to-
Will
A r.rt.lo tree! of load la tb. II, M Civil
Pistrict of Hb.lby eouutr. TaoaesMe, ud
Do.DOea a. luliowst rorta or a .libtr Mr.
U.cl beico.ln. La the eitat. nl Jibh lla.
dM'di sut by a an. bu.dr.d and twenty
acre tr.ot belooiln. to Mm. esut.i toutb ay
th. old Brownsvlll. road: west by th. lend
betonilni to Horn., or eld E.f Uit oburoh.
oy in. iuui .1 i;n.rlM Msm, .on
tainln. fltt. .erM. More or 1m..
tjuil.taent I. fe.nr of JnnM ,nS ItiiAVtae
ku priority by l.ty and s.le will b. aaU.
aoeordinsiy.)
Leried on as In. arnnert. of derendant.
. uui !, jr.. m, Miuiy ma juasni.ni. ia
terest and oou.
Hemhit, lit day of Daoemb.r, ism.
W U QANNlllt
r,. Sharif of Sh.lby touaiy, Teas.
8 W B .ikw.ll. D H.
B Uliwos, Attorney for plalatiff. SIsKa
Greneral Insurance Co
DOES A GENERAL FIRE AND MARINE BUSINESf .
A QUARTER OF A MILLION DOLLARS
37"vill T?tlX 04aritl.
I)IHE TORSt
NAPOLEON BILL. H iHbiaNKnili, WM I COLS
JAS RKILLY, J0UN LOAQUK,
E. M. APPERSON, W. R. WILKERtOlf, HEIRY J. LYNN,
Pr.ild.nt. Vic. Prwld.at. CashUr.
JOS W CALDWELL,
6 MANSFIELD.
Offloe 19 MADISON STREET, Memphie. Term.
CHAB 8 BARRIO.
A E McQKATO.
OHAS. E. HAEEIS & CO.
Wkoleanle and Retail Dealers la
Wood and Willow-waro,
Toys, Fancy Goods, Notions. Etc.
MX) Doi Broome, 00 Una llm kola, lito IXiaNrali Tub', Car I.ooda
Asaoretd.Hood aisd Hfllow-ware.
Baskets, Toys, Holiday Goods,
1st Endleaa Variety -lor Hale at Uoltotn Price.
No. 352 Main Streot, : : Memphis, Tenn.
0. PARKIR
8. W. PARKKH.
0. B. PARKER L SON,
RENTAL AGENTS and
Raal Estate Brokers,
285 MAIN ST.
Npwlal Attention Ulren to tbe
Rental Ueparlinent. t'loee ol
tewtlonannd PremptstMlleaaeiila
still ne ear aieaan. ""
Th PUBLIC LKDGKIi Job
liti9 Office and Bindery u
now located at 17 Union tlrtti and
ready for all butinm offering.
Ms L. SBLDEN,
Rsal Estata A3c.1t,
No. 287 Main St.
Prompt tlUBtloD Wtj Id) d)4f XaXt
utioltoft f rttnU tb4 riDf t la
. .. ... HHU-t
I. rRlEOLAKDER.
Arotiitoot
om.,
11, A S n en ,ii.o, u. .1.1, u f.
Itn'l.d to. T.ruu r.ry loudeM
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