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THE MEMPHie)-'1 SUNDAY Ah'PKAL-DECEMBEE 15, 1872.
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Bus if Kak
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IA.N" A working Itmnlri woman, ei
rleiieed, white or rrJorel.
Ul'N'WU, Appeal oflii-t-
ITUATION ASt'LERK-Writesa (nod and
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( iam'DrlnB lralfy. lire. IStll,
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AMI HIS V- -
1'antomtme Troup.' from Uie Olympic The
hiit, jipw i ora
' It. Ki)X.
''. W. RAVEL
MISS FAN. MIR 1
1 'pera Troupe, and
, AT 2 P.M.
W 1 The favorite
: M ITrHKLI.
I'., tills offlc.
woman to i
mac and wlfr: 1Im
le man :or garden (nf or
- 'aldixq 4 Pope
MHR Hill stage Managei
1 ngart-ment of lb Distinguished Voting
IE FKAXK HA TO.
. to will appear in the entirely new and ortg
. wl drama, written expretfelv for hUu by toe
ate Frank Murdoch. K entitled
written. Mr. at ajro will be supported during
'lili engagement by Ibe full strengtb of m.
:imatfc company from tbe Academy of Mu
-(day n ud lorsday dening. Decem
ber Intel ajsd 17th.
Mil be preaented tbe new American diaaaa.
iu ". act. '-n filed DAT CROCK ETT.
. u:isday. Dec. la. THE RuMBKKs. Than-
AUENT-ooe good can
whom great indureioi
.ppiv at No. emni
rHITION A BOOK-KE
perienced, prertical, u
living In Loulsvlll.-. but v,
tng lo Memphis ; beatofrefi
part i rr tarn address or sail
a MadHon street.
H., this office.
' thin offlo
I : RS EH- ( K)K-1 have ou h and in ale a uu
nun to attend the elca; also.
men nnd women cooks
O and Household Uooda of
at second alreet. 1
ROOMS AJTD BOARD.
--A furnliidro(iui.ultal.le for aen
an and wife ; also, rooms for gen t la-
je aionroe m reel. aeici
OAKli Hood board wun mo- rooms, fur
nisbed or unfurnlsbed.sinaleor In muta
c;in "ODiatiiea ai Juuwm atrt-et. aei2
day boardi re accouamo
Mm. U A. Mt AKAI.LT.
"iHoiCE ROOMS AND BOARD Ai
ihelby street ;
fiv . Orand Mayo Matinee Davy Crockett.
Monday. Dec. UNDER THE GAS LIGHT
i IIIIBLT BILL.
. mitt-nring- Meant ay. December letb.
HI BEKNK ON ! (
,utrating the scenery. Mualc and Antiqat
tieaof IKH.tM) :
atln new entertainment alnce our lastTlMt.
ru 1 appropriate Hong, scenery, Mualc.
i naracter sketcoea, Violin and Piano solos.
c. Te new dramatic episode, entitled
lARD Can be obtained at Bt
street, wlta or wltboat lodsing.
nOOM-A furnished room for rent at No. 1M
LV ance. Bafarences required. dm
f t'MFHIs PROPERTY. -KIrst-elAgi lm
JfX proe.l Memphis proin-rty for a No. I
llo.H to BS.I.MI.
-. .,, Addresa. Mr
ck Box 17N. M-mphu PoshifBce
SAXE OR EXCHANGE.
I SatoniAy, Rl
caT-eiUDe AdmlwAon Front (.'liairrt. 76c.:
su'k wMtA. 50c. Reserved seate for ul i
eaaway A Co.'. nodtr tbe iim.il.
or f'eueiiuiau tiiird Ward.
CN AN McCALEl'M, Soutliweat cor
mo Third stre. -a, la a c
the Tnird W
IXARM-My farm on M. and C. R. R.. Ore
. miles from Memphis, ol acres; It haa a
uew cottage of 4 rooms, with all necesaar;
out-builrllngs. pienty of dne water: will aei:
fumitore. atock. iigtiinliural implement.
or will IXCHAM.E lor well Improved CttJ
projierty. For terms etc., apply on tbe place
rU J. J. wlLsON.aw Front.
"A I. CABLE KARM-lsi'. acres rich land.
V 70 acres cleared, near' Raleigh station
i-inpli. and Leoisville Railroad, com
lie dwelling, out-bonses and trnlt trees.
e sold cheap or exchanged for lmprov.
1 or t uu ilii
rropertv; and if not
on the first day of J anuar
terms of sale eaisj- and ac
V. B. w
KECK is a candidate for Councilman of , at stables of Wl
i'j. 1 ' Knrt h W ard. Election Jan-laTX. i opposite Waldr
.id will be r'-ntec
tor AMfrmu I hird H rd
ACOB K 'EIKKCHL Is candidate for Al-
dtrma': of the Third Ward. del;
plection Alddenuan of the Tlilrd Wan' pea
rarticu.ars br applying to
rieaoe rait 1 n
U (one ito
ow for caKtr
i care of Ap
( V the gentlmeii of the Fourth W
it advisable Mr.
K. A. MKRIWFT1
ool Vlfdtor. thej
pt th ballot-box.
ARY J. HOLMBB Is a candidate fo
1 Visitor In the Eighth Ward, del
VI'E are antborixed to announce JOHN L
TT HOUStc as a candidate for COM!'
ROLLER before the next Ueneral Aaaambly
f The state nf Tennessee. nol ir
ite: . or bet ween there ac
I dtider will be rewarded c
. iffl.-e of the Peabodv H.
It to tbi
IORciE-A fine saddle and tnggy Mors.
11 warranted sound, onlv i vearaold. Call
i M Main stxt. de!2
4 No. 1 Pre
A ture foi dr.
:ption Case and Olass Komi
store, at i!i Main- dell
AWAY As Al family horse
i.. way ery low; sold for no
an ana kina: anv uoayoaa
n., a: thiao;
f I'LB-s AN 1 1 HORisr S Alwavs lor sai
i at 41 South Court street.
J. B. KAIRE8A CO. ,
As has been stated from the first
day of the publication of tht
! SVXDAl' APPEAL, it is a dis-
tinct and separate issue, and n-c
I advertisement is insert-ed in it un
less specially ordered and paid
fled uiiimal been checked by the eftbrta
if M r KargA)ii and liis trusty porter.
Mr. KargaHon himself wad knocked
dow n by the horse and severely bruised,
but the runaway was stopped and the
little sleeping child saved.
A day or two ago. it was announced
in . mr personal notices that Mr. J act
bteinkuhl, a most exclleut gentleman,
was running for Alderman in the Third
ward, and was "without orlxsition.,'
The day previous it was slated that Mr.
Andrew I n vis was a candidate for re
election as i'ounnHmam in that ward.
Theie wi re two misstatements in these
notice.-, which, in justice to Mr. Davis,
we feel bound to correct. Mr. Davie
had announced himself a candidate for
re-election to the office of Alderman in
tbe Third ward previous to the announce
ment of Mr. Steinkuhl, and therefore
the latter was not without serious oppo
sition. Mr. Davis, we feel bound also
to state, is a man of great boainess abil
ity, wnicti ne nas proved py nt- success
ful attention to his own affairs. Re is a
progressive, energetic gentleman, who
is in favor of everv proper system of im
provement that may be introduced, and
is a truly economical financier. He is
severe upon all sorts of silly appropria
tions: but his vigorous intellect and
well-trained com in m sense leads him
to know that real ; ress and improve
ment are not incompatible with a more
rigid system of economy. In fact, it is
when least is done that most money is
spent. This is the history of all cities.
We commend him also for his determi
nation to lop off all extravagant excres-
oencies in government, while be is the
devoted friend nf men of real merit and
measures of acknowledged utility. He
is a property owner, and a prompt tax
payer. His business, moreover, will al
low him sufficient time to devote to the
proper consideratiou of public affairs.
F! RS!I FIBS!!
MEMPHIS WHOLESALE PVPli!
! piano, anc
tEAT KEDLXTION )K PRICKS!!
Bacgains in Dress (roods!!
Baxgaiaa in Shawls and Cloaks.
Great Bargains in Velvet Cloaks,
Black Silks, etc.
Bargains in Point Lace Collar. Point
Applique ollan, Vaieneieunt Oollara,
Just open, one thousand new ocarih
and Fichus I ju-c and Linen Handkerchiefs.
at IA till
We will oflbr this week our stock Of
Mink, Arctic bahle.
White Fox, HeajAkin,
Brown Coney, Sqairrei,
and Black Astrachan,
at Greatly Bed need Prices,
B. LOWEN8TEI.V 4 BROS.
A new supply of
J I'ST REC
AT T. W. J0HXST0X A GO'S.
FOR THE HOLIDAYS.
TOYS. TOY.-s. TOYS.
FANC Y (fOODS AND FANCY ARTI-
CLKS OF EVERY DEStRIPTION.
We beg to call the attention of the
public to our unapproachable assortment
of these goods, suitable for holiday pres
ents. Everything can 1 found in our
stock, from the commonest and least
expensive toy made to the most elegant
and exquisitely finished articles.
In order to give everybody a chance to
purchase holiday goods, our store will be
kept open every evening until 9 o'clock,
from Monday, 18th, until the evening of
Tuesday, December 31st.
( nl fjirly find aroid th. rush.
T. W. JOHNSTON A CO..
i 1 Main st., opposite Peabodv Hotel.
TO THE GENTLEMEN ! ! !
Beautiful Christmas Presents for la
dies are now exhibited. Handsome
Paisley Shawls, t'logJtt, Lace Goods.
Dress Goods, Kid Gloves, Handker
hiefe, Searfe, etc!!!
We offer a great bargain in Cloak
Velvet ! and solicit examination of same.
Great bargains from now till the holi
days are over. HERZOG 4 BRO.,
294 Main street.
boxes pour bijouterie et
Tbe Ureal Grocery Ketafellahmeal of tbe
XEMPKiS tKXSLS REPORT Al
TABDS'S XEW CITY DIREC
TORY FOB 1878.
t l.Ass All sisea, at lowest rates, at c
1 7 uackenbush's, wseoond street. de4
AKI My plantation of SUO acres, three and
lj a-faalf miles north of Holly Spnn
srge proporUon valley. Apply lot ten dr. -
A. ( . MiKISSACK,
dels Holly sprlna. Mis-.
EWS-STANI' Well located, and doiuc I
flonrlshiug husineaa. 1 or lurthcr uarli.'
..ara apply to W. J. MANsFORii,
corner of Second and Monroe.
H. 11. BAKNEs.
" Mam stre'.
-A stood aeeuod-han'1 piano, rheap
UBO. S. RiCHAROsO.N 4 CO.,
2 Howard's Row.
e. No. J Ueal'
al Sit Kront st.
lit ck mann
i iT Improved lot, 2 by Its feet, ou Con.
street, i.orui sidi , one tioor east of Thin.
vpply to WM. B.AMJJlt.
1 I..NTATIUN-REs: : 1 1 !!ASK!N
-It. .M Mli.i. ...uaiattW of .... !....
lt-n.- ttU.l lslK.-l i-u(il !l
AXIS Improve! and uu
v ii'aiuy snu aiiausi a
i i! -K 'jRuCNll
1 son street. No.
iy on pre.n.
l Of various
oration, for s
nt bat the ti
The consideration f the McLean
; case Is laistjKineu, in the First Circuit
I Court, till Thursday next.
In the Third ward there were regis
; tered, up to closing hour yesterday, HU
voters. Iu the Fourth ward the numlsst
The will case which was befort
-ls.-ial Judge Kortreeht iu the F'irsi
i ircuit Court Clerk's room, was not con
tinued yesterday, but v ill lie reeumen
l. - morrow.
R. G. Craig supplied all the bou
quets that were thrown upon the boards
st the two theaters last night. That was
a magnificent collection which some en
raptured youth bought of Craig for Miss
A (tortion oi the Nineteenth United
states Inuuitry, stationed at Little
Rock, have been ordered to New Orlean
by the Secretary of War. They will
pass this way to-morrow night rn' mutt
to their uew quarters.
Ourtrerman fellow-citizens will be
well pleased to know, as shown by
; dispatch iu another place, that the Su
preme Court of Tennessee does not deem
'lager'' an intoxicating beverage, ami
its sale is not prohibited on Sundays.
-H.G. Holleuberg received yesterday
til the songs sung so eharmipgly last
night by Patti, Cary and Mario, ami the
pieces played bySauret ami Scolara. He
has. tbe popular pieces. Th 'Sunbeatn ,
aud Maggie's Fatorf ll'atft.'and t'arr.
-Anuouncemc-uts ot candidates for
oflit will be charged teu dtij'ars, cash
iu advance. There is no deviation from
this rule. It is cheap enough, and we
.-annot atrbrd to have our collector call
three or four times to get that small sum l
The Ward Registrars nave two more
days allowed them in which to complete 1
.heir work. All those who are not
already supplied with papers had better I
look after them to-morrow or Tuesday !
ifore three o'clock. The registration ,
will close Tuesday eveniug.
W hen the cantatrioas wear low-
necked dresses, and
with all the glories of magnificent melo
dy, and heave and sigh forth sweetest .
souiidsihe boys who part their hair iu '
tbe iunl.lle.au J love pretty sights as well
as sweet sounds, do most congregate in i
A dispatch was received last night j
from Grenada slating that tbe bridge
over Yailabusha river, below Grenada, !
on the Mississippi Ceulral railroad, was
'iijrned at four o'clock yesterdav. This
misfortune will stop freight trains tor a 1
ssetigers will be traiis
and those trains will
Five for a quarter three for a quar
tertwo for a quarter. Three for fifty
cents two for fifty cents one for fiftv
cents. One dollar two dollars three
dollars, and five dollars, (ierman, Ala
baster. PlastKiue. Panier Macbie. ami
Abyssinian. The most handsome things
ut ror iiie iea.st money. 1 his lot. or-
iered exnressiv bv Santa Claus. has
irrived in this part of his ttomions safe-
y, and hair to be disbursed. No house
hold can afford to be without them, as
they are a perfect panacea for hard times.
Be sure to examine the immense stock
of then:, which will lie placed on view
to-morrow morning, at
Coil's, 273 lain Street.
If Mr. John A. Roush will consent
to become a candidate for Councilman
of the Fourth ward, he will receive the
support of the following residents of
saiti ward :
C. J. Hollis,
V. B. Thayer,
W. J. Mausford,
B. H. Haveman,
J. T. Berlin,
R. C. Smith,
We observe that Mr. Boards, the act
ive Superintendent of the above publica
tion, nas organized nis corps oi canvass
ers and compilers for the purpose of get
ting up a iireciory emoracing tne en
tire population, men, women and chil
dren, and the complete statistics on
which Memphis bases her claim to be
considered an important eity in popula
tion, trade and commerce. As there
uever has been a report of this kind is
sued, it will he a standard work, and it
will be used for reference by our citizens
as well as strangers tor many years to
come. Copies of the work will "be sent
to all the public libraries and trade
rooms of the huge cities of this country.
Every person interested in Memphis,
whether living here or not, if he is the
owner of real estate, or in any way con
nected in tbe business affairs, the uro-
gress and prospect of Memphis, should
subscribe toward the publication of this
great work. Every inhabitant of this
city will be benefited by the informa
tion it will contain.
Our citizens should remember that
not only does our city representation in
cue state ami a ederal Crovernmente de
pend upon the number of our citizens,
nut capital and numbers are often de
termined in the choice of a location by
the published growth and progress of a
The above publication will be an ad
dition or enlargement to Edwards'
well-known City Directory for 1873, it
giving all the usual information found
in a C ity Directory, as well as contain
ing a complete census report, and will
be the only reliable guide to Memphis
for the year 1873.
The immense new buildings on Shelby
street, below Union, twenty -five by two
hundred feet, and four stories and a
plantation for a cellar, excite the wonder
of recent visitors of Memphis. Farga
aon t Clay now occupy, and have filled
vt Kb riches, one of these great buildings.
': here was never such a depository of
groceries, liquors and plantation supplies
as this gathered by Fargason A Clay.
Call and see whether we misrepresent or
exaggerate the wonders of the place.
Stock for Christmas is coming in
rapidly at 'leaves & Carnes, 283 Main
Send your orders to
MEYER & HERZOU,
Corner Jefferson and" Second
A sitcation is wanted b
tent clerk, who cau make
in any situation. W rites
and can give the lsji of re:
areas "1, ' th' i office.
y a couipe- ;
a good hand.
(.. H. XERRUTELD.
No. J) Gayoao street,
PedogieaJ Boots, are
adjustment, fitting tbe
bly when first worn as
JANUARY 1, 1S78.
..iu. ausndaterrlilef In fancy bvxoa.
JEHSiE I . ATCHISON.
--' Bain Street.
White Wine for cdbkiug purposes at
Seabrook cfc Buford's, druggists, S3o
Tbe Cheapness, of Dry Goods How the
Ssushaa ot Hricee waa Bronx at
The great clothing aud dry goods
nouse of Walker Bros. & Co., of the
( lay Building, Main stieet, will here
after conduct an exclusively wholesale
clotning and dry goods business, and for
tne next sixty days their retail stock will
I isa closed out" regardless of cost.
At a called meeting of the voters of
the Ninth ward, the gentlemen named
i were nominated by acclamation: For
i School Visitor, Dr. Clark; for Council-
men. M. H. McNevv aud R. M. Parker.
KRANk R1SANNAN. Secretary.
Real Lacks of all widths and qualities.
Rkal Lace Collars,
Real Lace Sleeves.
Real Lace Handkerchiefs,
Real Lace sets,
We w ill close the retail branch of our
business on the above date, and th"
will then be occupied by Messrs. Orubbs
& Austin, and we will, after that date,
be found at our Wholesale House. No.
34-S Main street.
In accordance with the above we will
close out our retail stock at sacrificing
prices, as it most be sold previous to
January 1, 1873.
We will sell Irish poplius, costing
$1 Jo at 7. cents; Poplins, costing 85
cents to $1 65 per yard at 50 cents; Dres
Goods, worth 50 to 65 cents, at 25 cents.
Our entire stock of Dress Goods has been
marked down in prices beyond all
precedent. Ottoman Striped i reversi
ble) Shawls, worth $9, at 5: Ottoman
Scarfs (reversible), worth $8, at S4. We
We will close out balance of real
Paisley and Broche Shawls at 75 cents
on the dollar of original cost.
English prints at only 12$ cents per
yard, English and French satteens, worth
75 to 85 cents, at 50 cents per yard-; Furs
at 50 cents on the dollar; 200 sets capes
and muffs, ladies' full size, worth - to
slu, at only $5 a set; ladies' bleached
British Hose, cost $6, at $4 50 per dozen ;
ladies' Lisle Thread (brown and
bleached) Hose at 75 cents on the dollar
of original cost, aud warranted genuine
English thread; gent's British half
hose, vorth 56, at $3 75 per dozen ; a lot
of gent's linen bosom shirts, slightly
soiled i not damaged;, at $2 each, worth
S3 50; a lot of gent's Undershirts and
drawers : British goods., worth $3 to
f 50 each to close at $1 0; Joseph's one
and two-button kid gloves, 50 cents a
pair; genuine "Alexandres' kids, one
and two-button, at $1 a pair.
We must close January 1 , 1873, and
liargaius is the rule.
I). C. & ri. M. LOt. W JN ST 1 N E,
'i32 Main street, 3 doors from Union st.
F.lKln watenea. alt frrastee. In (old and
Mr. 1-; Ambchl, special agent
Cbickering pianos, is at the Overton.
Colonel Geobge De B. Kelm.
Richmond, Virginia, and Signer Mario
are stopping at the Overton Hotel.
Mr. T. 1'. Holland wasproperly se-
iecu.ti as uoorKeeper at me mam en
trance of DeBar's Grand Operahouse.
An excellent gentleman, courteous and
affable, he wins troops of friends.
J. W. H. Smith, Michigan ; J. Cald
well, Boston: George Everett, Boston;
William Cram, Quebec; M. S. Stokes,
I'uiladelphia; 8. B. Iuat, New York;
G. T. Raymond, New Y'ork; B. F.
Duske, Mississippi, are stoiiDi'mr at the
ALDEKMAW PeNDERORAST. of the
Tenth ward, is a candidate for re-elec
tion; and this, we are assured, is a cer
tainty. He certainly deserves to be re
warded by the citizens of his ward for
the unfailing energy, devotion and ca
pacity ho has exerted in their behalf
daring his term of office.
James Speed, Esq.. who. not long
ago, was villainously robbed by a mag
nificent pair of villains, was at last "too
many" for the highwaymen. He cap
tured them all at a cost of four hundred
and fifty dollars, and stowed them away
most satisfactorily to himself and to the
public in the penitentiary. Mr. Speed's
friends and the public were most grate
ful for his generous expenditure In the
repression of crime, and in view of his
admirable personal goo. I qualities and
good deed, forty-one gentlemen ad
dressed Mr. Speed as follows: "Dear
Ser Your many friends were prompt
ed to replace the token of their
regard that was so shamefully taken
from you, and tej were taken for that
purpose before you were fortunate enough
to secure me inieyes and recover your
property. Desiring still to express our
aumiration oi your prompt action in
bringing to justice at a great expense,
the villains who would make our streets,
and even our homes unsafe, we hand
you the accompanying testimonial of
our esteem and good-will." The above
was signed bv Mr. Speed's friends, and
contained a check for three hundred and
.in.- r- T.-nT-ur'nif
ntus. r . Atix. nr.ti -.
distracted attention from the
she became transfigured and
a very embodiment of melody. Her
nerves were the chords that resounded
u rough the theater, her eyes and lace
-hone with music,' and the wires and
sounding-board that gave forth all the
echoing notes that filled the building
seemed to have a sounding-board be
neath t lu- bracelet and laces that en vel
oped the charming mustcienne. She was
t he very embodiment of sweetest mel. .ti..'.
Scolara sang but once. He acquitted
himself very well. He has a good bari
tone, not very flexible: it approaches
nearer a tenor than a oasso. It is only
deficient in that quality which cannot
be better defined than by saying it is
u elina. In this, Scolara, we suspect. Is
entirely deficient it was the great i
chaun of Mario's voice and style. The j
singer that has It can win a reputation '
upon a coarse-grained voice and a delect
ive execution, it is almost impossible i
to achieve a high place without it.
Patti hasn't feelinc but she haa.
I joyouaness, happiness, laughter. She,
oeiongs in a apnei e. wnere reeling is ien ,
behind. She is celestial in her g.a 1 1
Now, Miss Cary has feeling. She
could draw tears from the depth of some
ii vine despair, while Patti pumps water
from our eyes for very jny and gladness.
That baby song, which tbe kindness
and sweetness of tbe lady induced her to
: give in gracious answer to an wore,
i captured the heart of all the mothers
I and fathers so that they were ready, in
tbe words of an enthusiastic poet.
L-w ' " To die for aer,
I ? To lie for her, ' J
It was inexpressibly sweet and tender, j
i not difficult to get through, but full of'
mat quality mat grand quality which ;
none ean resist jeeiing. laiaex Hewamee i
Hirer effort. she fullered by contrast with j
Nilsson, because most of those present !
had heard the Swede do that ancient 1
home melody in such a way as it were !
presumptive to hope to hear it repeated.
we were, however.
CLOSING OUT SALE, 231 MAIN ST.
REGARDLESS OF COST!
WIS TO THE f.BF 4 T nCRFloK OF OTR
Wholesale Clothing Trade.
W ,r ..tiasLett m unit the RETAIL Bi: V- 'R.a aasaaftat dav.ote our atlcaLou '
CLOTHING ADD DBY NODS BUSINESS,
WE H ILL THEREFOR!" SELL OF? 01 B E J t IKE BET 11 r sTO' OV
CLOTHDTG AJTD FCJBXIMHTro GOOD,
KEOAKDLESS OF COST!
T CUae Cur Sixty liajs Only. We Xeaa what we v:
231 Main Street. Clay Building.
; fJfl ""i W SAINT LOUIS I
For THEOFtfH FREIGHT
w. w. aorsrsji.
EJX O HANGE
B. E. COR. 5 VIS and JEFFERSON.
BULLETIN for THIS DAY
POINT. LACE .'AN.. .. 4.-.. .
Fiue Opera Fans,
and a large variety of other fancy arti
cles suitable for presents.
MRS. F. KRE.MJSK,
e were, nowever, very thankful for
the MOg, and loved the sweet lady the 1 The Boat Valuable Business Lot in XatasV
more fur siuirinK it. Miss Cary is a tikis at Chancer Sile.
e, an:i nas a 'v,,nuermi voice.
rtjUpon which wehaveuiv -n
e few notes of comment, finishes t
short series that Scrakosch has treated
Memphis to in the dullness and dearth
of a very dry and promising season,
The first one was not a success taken all
in all, but the second was more than
(rood. All the performers diti better, and
the houseful I of people went away satisfied.
Iu conclusiou, we cannot refrain irom
sayiuK i oru m iavi r oi tie eoer 1 oaalneas tner
Grand Piano, which seems to be the 1 P1" PmIrt-v
e leading artaic:roePr
ut its uniuai
f. LIGHT lit. R K.
ao FRO JIT
FOR WHITE RrVER.
DV appointment of tbe Clerk .uul Master,
' D we'slialt nave ine honor, as lacHoaeeri.
ir .isslstiDK ntm XL tlie sale ordered by the
first Chancery Court, nf that tn.-E. valuable
round on I slsn street, la the lloilsa W
tlie sant d letriet, extaasattavj from see.
US street U the alley between MesaMl
aassl Main street, te take plae- apec the
pi emlsea, on
Tuewlay, January 7th, 1373.
N i prof rf. eqaaJ valr-
mm '.v niaaj i..-ii
White Hiver aeataaauaioauati
ir a an
' I ket. and
Jta ail Aran
I a. -)
.'hosen favorite of u
of the day, on acci
and evenness of ton
tifnl -intfing qualities. It is in
well worth v at the high position 1
riS Main -(treer. I attained both among the. musical
r-ssion and lovers of music ireuerall
The week at this high-toned place of
theatrical amusement was marked
strongly and favorably by the appear-
ance of Miss Charlotte Thompson in a
found In the c
i.e Llerk .nd II. is:
. alenee Lota on Dun.ap streei, St
shast. oC r at i i a than 0m aatast of .Le
j, uud the itrott ud thrown a.
BUYS'? Eft, TKEZEI AJTT & CO.
)KL i -
THAT WOS DKKt'C I. IN EXTIOS.
t'aptain Liodsey, or J seat sou. and His
silver eaaea, at
234 Hal n street. M. t.
B. LO WEN STEIN & BKOS.
hlit Glovea a specialty.
JIMhc. L. lit II ISO .
rt Mala StasMiC. !
Fountain of Youth, for tlie hair re-1
a seal iow-., i k s. .... -i... .1 I
their 1-osonis swell S tt "u,uru "ra'9
" e- . mm ui.xi.
Go to Cleaves & Carnes, U83 Main ;
treet, lor juvenile books. Also a large i
xssortmenl of linen toy books for the I
ILKS FOR RECEPTION,
in all new shades.
Plalols. The I
M. J. Mater, B I
arrest t. k la Meotphis.
t mala aUssot.
The largest stock ever kept by any
house in the South or Southwestern which
grea: uducenaents are now being offered
at LO WEN STEIN & BROS.,
242 aud 244 Main St., corner Jefferson.
Fink Tov-. in abundance.
ELLIOTT & RIOGELY,
219 Main street.
Dky Goods marked down at B. Low
ana atrett-s. I rooms
11 O A. SJTON
..!, garden, orcha
it d lau-lv. on the pi
i. Apply im
i wWELLINtt-The large
Kaleich road. Id or 12 roomt
.-. and garden ataut half mile
nown as the Dr. Baa-by place; ri
lavern. H. L. Ol
aatf H J. c.-i
iKKICES-Three good oOeea In the Pit
!i-e coni)'.itii h Huiioiiiir
i'ERH INHCRANt'B (V..
all o- at atada awsa
vFUl'fcs Two large front oflioea. seaa
story : alao, storage room, by A. K A Li.
. (.. a Kront street, betsreea Madison i
eek or two. Pan.-ii
ferred, of course, mm
I mu regularly
Our recent article, regarding the iui
. .riant invention of telegraphic print
ing have been widely copied, aud a
trong feeling in the enterprise is train
ing rapid headway. We may also state j
in this connection that the leading men
, of Jackson have subscribed liberally to
:h- project, which is the most substan-
' tial indorsement that could be given.
The Young Men's Christian Associa
lion Is exhibiting au energy aud entt r-ri-
worthy the pride and support
it our citizens, i hey pur- securing
s,me of the first lecturers of the conti
nent mimig tlie sesou. Kev. Dr. Miil
'airu wUI open the course Decern U r 3d
Tickets can be had now at Bovle A
fhapiiiai. s U v . (Joeiiel'sand
I he -TKillar Store."
Kii gloves " 7vel a beautiful ! ,JK!ty Si1
olaek at the Memphis SUam Dyeing 1 .iVt.: Tf.r' oiv v7;.. Z7Z
. 1 w i 1 i A I " . V lt.(l It V tU liTTf", w "vJ ill trrjL.
i islablishment, bl Madison street. '
Whitk Furs cleaned at 1 Madison LUXURY A SB
stri-et, Memphis RteamDyeing Estab-1
ELLIOTT & RILXiELY,
219 Main street
i. , Quentel Brothers, the unsurpasseti
Work-iioxes, iias- ; ..terers for popular tastes, the sublime
masters oi tue -iaguoua, tne reat ae
pository of St. Louis lager, have bought
the Tivoli, on South Court street, and
I will now conduct both these attractive
establishments. The Tivoli will bloom
i ,, all itu crliirv l.,io!ut7 mnmii.c nnan.
A new lot of lathes' aud children's. ,, .itu ,, 'i,.,ii,i V, i.,xr' Vpu
it.eriuo eets just reteivtd and ottered at j establishment has been refitted, refiir
!aw pnees. , Mkmken Bkos. I ui8neiJ a iikv a fajry-paluce.
Nrrun Instantaneous cure for neu V?" enuer inere or at uie Jiagnoua, on
Captain Lindsey, the inventor of the
printing telegraph, belongs iu Jackson,
Tennessee. That little city may well
feel proud to claim a citizen whose in
'"'. -'euius has inaugurated the
greatest system of progress that the
world has known since the invention of
printing. The Whig and Tribune of
Jackson thus speaks of the great Lind
sey : ' We notice by Ui Memphis papers
that some movement is being made for
the formation of a joint stock company
to test the merit of the Driutinir tele
graph instrument invented by Captain
L. I . Lindsey of our citv. This is a
commendable enterprise aud a move in
the right direction. Captain Lindsey
has, to our knowledge, been engaged the
past four years iu perfecting his inven
tion, during which period we have been
-ognizant of its progress, but abstained
from any allusions until success had
beeu accompliili. d. In our own com
munity Captain Lindsey needs, no in
dorsement. But to those else where, who
may feel favorably disposed toward the
project, we unhesitatingly commend
niru as a urentleuiau of irreproachable
integrity, aud one whose representations
can be implicitly relied on. His inven
tion bids fair to make a new era in the
practical application of this science, and
needs only to get into the hands of those
whose means will give the necessary fa
cilities for its introduction, when it" will
stand on its own superior merits."
Dky Goods marked down at B. Low-
enstem 4 Bros'.
Those who cannot conveniently pur
chase their holiday goods in the day
can dn so until nine o'clock every
T. W. JOHNSTON A CO'S.,
Opposite Peabody Hotel.
THE PLUMBERS' BILL.
Patti and her Adjaneta.
Sell-esteem and seli'-ifratuiation
different from egotism. The latter is an
objectionable feature, and is associated,
m ton mtnrts ot most persons, with an
utter want of merit. Nobody would
dream of accusing Napoleon of egotism.
uec .tuse tie count tiarui airoirate to umi- i ; , ., " .ni
self anvthinir above his merits in his 1 .
particular Hue. When, also, Fatti is
observed to be perfect! v pleased with
herself; when she smiles in perfect,
blissful self-esteem, and turns those
ittle laughing eves in upon her own
musical spirit, and is delighted with the
melodious soul that she bus to gaze
upon, no one thinks for a moment that
Patti is egotistic. She is not. It would
be discreditable to her if she could not
appreciate her own gifts, and it would
be anomalous and almost unnatural if
she were not pleased with what oharms
ail the world. This feature in Patti's
externa characteristics that of being
always pleased, and even delighted,
with herself, has a wonderful effect en
her aadienee. When she comes so
oxylly, sweetly and comfortably on the
stage, and throws her eyes around upon
the nice and well-behaved audience, not
forgetting to look up to the gallery
even to the top gallery and smack her
little lips with complacency and satis
faction, she establishes a certain elec
trical or soul sympathy between hersei!
and all hands that is not broken or
jarred until the cold atmosphere of the
. .. . . .. i ,i- r i .
street ' uspeis uie aiarui. i e ien uie
full effect of this last night, aud even
now cannot honestly confess ourselves
divested of the Patti influence. Can it
be possible that her success is partial Iv
due to her unapproachable sweetness ot
C. C. GRAHAM.
A. HAYES. Jr.
(n W'ifr and "Victonne" in the splen
did play of that name. In all these she
tion her very meritorious
truly superb acting in all.
variety of causes she was
'patronized as she deserve-1
not complain, for she km
merits will meet appreci ain
tune. She played m
houses that brought her in
and dollars a night. She was m the j
habit of playing to immense audiences, i
aad she will resume that habit now that '
'he has finished her engagement in
Memphis. Shews iq11 supported here.
We may mention particularly Mr. 1
Harris, whom we saw play "Melnotte" i
with Miss ThooMDSOB iu the Ladu of
Lyon. Ed. Mackavay is another artist,
too, rather in theeomi-- hue, who made i - , .
many friends by his artistic Derform-! JI RMS
ances as the ''French Vafct"' in '.
Wife, and as "Blai.e" in Vietorine. He
is a person of much comical promise.
This week the Operahouse will he
crowded with laughing audiences to
witness the Httmpty Dumpty
mime, which is coming from St
Sew Memphis Theater.
Frank .Mayo will be the attraction at
the Memphis Theater this week. He
MECHANICS AND TRADERS
BANK OF MEMPHIS.
KTo. 9 Madison St.
''. (iKAHAH. J. C. riZEK,
WILLIAM STEWART. W. ('. RUTL-t :
j. a. have, .
TRAJJ8AI IU A UENEBAL
BAXXBK4 aad BROKEKAfiF BUSLiESS -
White Hilar 1 In
FOR N "IW OliLEAN-
IV ortii tveir ru
N ' -
WUI have MOSDtx"
I Apply to R. W. TJUi
LouiavtUe iiiu N. Oil
i K'JH y'.V OCLSAH
A. A. WAUL.
282 Main Street,
-a teat Import Anions of
ii hers and Flowers,
WITH OTHER FKSSH XOVELTIES.
lor aL i .intfi .
aaat Baatm ilaj
FOR alt. FRANCIS RlVhu.
rvr Reieata. I.' anllie aasst Mi.
for him, Davy L'roeke
ported by a full and
from the Academy ol
hi-, r raiiK Jlavo is well
will be sup- ar allai A. A. Wall culls the attention of
t company the Ladles of Metnptiia, aad the --11rro.111.Un4
C-. New Or- ' eo"lr 1f,".,rrB"M"J paruasant.
anown ilere. aar nasuit w-,..di Tr.-r.uan. .......
manner ai:i face .' I hese niuv Uave :' '"' l" V u" "eveaoiiy to us-11 nu .
something to do with it, but after alL I1 Fuijar merits. He will meet h:s ... vaooAjto. a. taccako. a..vcca..o
her voice, her astonisbing aud daring ! 01 mempuis wiuiirers at tne inea- 1 o. dicmaj .
vocal feats of execution would captivate i UX,B weea.
a housetul ot blunt tieople, provided I " . I
.uis.il m.i.s . ju.ias aini :iiuits, mr 1:1-
ia and war
sard. I T .I
they had any ear for music. Last uight
slie was decidedly and emphatically
charming at least fifty per cent, supe- I
nor in every way to hriday night. She
was deficient in nothing. She was un
approachable in everything. She is the
rantatrice. The "Bolero," from .SIciV
ian Vespers, one of Verdi's operas,
which she sang first last night,
appears to have been well se
lected on account of its difficult
passages, but much more so was tbe
Swiss Echo Song, her solo in the second
misses and children.
I.owensteiu A Bros .
jry cheap, at
The most elegant assortment of half
calf and ni roec -bound books in the
iy. for the holiday, at Cieaves &
Carnes, 283 Main street.
speak, of these cu
After the latter !
ed three times. She'
audience will; her
one ever sung that
LADIES' XtKlXO UN' DEWY FAR.
1LANTAT10JI -1W acres well tmjpr..vu
i Call on J.M.feROok .
Asa 3bv Kiont street, Meinpuis.
(XIMS Salt of rooms, first floor up b taint.
u . . store, uertheaat corner Main au J
ix,L tieeU A louE established tnllhrjery
1 mantua maker s stand. Poaseesloti aiven
GEO. SHIELDS A CO.,
aor Our telegraphic re
'that Judge Nicholson.
, , ( 'ourt at Nashville, yest
, favor of defendants in
' inent for selling wiue a
Bd day. the Judge giving
1 that there was a differei
..... uuousand fermented 1
the statute doss uot pro!
wine and laser on Sun
fermeuteil liquors. Th
aeiis wdl hail this deci
their favorite be erases
Ml Main street.
t KJW-lroin bu,
out iu residence, uortheast coruei
ii.iwoo.1 1 emeu-rv. a amall red
eckled oow, with I alt horn off; l' reward.
JeU w. 11. TOLEH
OA On November Mth, one white ox
J. E. Kirtlahd's lumber vard.
and 111 Union stieet
rinding same and retarnli
.ard. will receive a liberal n
ooav J. F
FOR SAT.E OR RENT.
For sale or rent, ctieau,
punctual tenant near
in, fee form
1 ernan of wealth
monr. I aan In earnest.
lady, who la
sc.iuu.luir- of some gen-
ana sbwbbbv uoiect, main
LIAS UfiOV, care Appeal office.
THAVEIhasjun opened the EN1ER
'KISE E" UkA V I Ntr (AH, at No. u
street. Stencils, Badea, sasaia. Checks.
1, etc., and agi i.t-ra: uuatness in thai
Uiva him a call.
u the Supreme 1
erday decided in j
caaee of iudict-,
d t-r on Hun-
as ins opinion
ce between soir-
iiuors, and that
libit the sale of
day, they being
e German citi
iou In favor of 1
with delight. j
After a patient and thorough review
j of all the points ol law and facts of evi-
deuce advanced by Mam's counsel ih ;
! their Uborious efforts to get a new trial, j
Judge FUppiu yesterday closed his ,
.(union in this language "We have at
length reviewed the different grounds
urged for setting aside the verdict ; have '
examined with patient research nu
merous authorities, and given to the
task thought and toil commensurate
with the important interests involved,
but finally conclude that thai verdict
tuuat stand. Let the motion be over
ruled' It is understood that an appeal
to the Supreme Court will be taken.
Runaways are not. as a General
thing, very valuable in the way of news,
issiug so common. Yesterday at three
o'clock '.beie waa one of a peculiar char
acter. Hie barouche of Mr. Fargaaon,
of Fargason A Clay, was standing in 1
front of the store, on Shelby street, when I
the horse became restive and darted
down Gayofco street at a break-neck
Rtvce. Mr. Fargasohs little girl was
asleep in the carriage, and would have
tieen severely, l-erhars, fatailv. iniured
1 sIria. G. W. Jones & Co. sell it.
Kkal guipure lace trimmings on the
velvet cloaks at ('oil's nothing to etjual
them in the market.
11 EKE IS THE FLACK.
'all at 15 Jefferson street for
I choice hot and cold drfnks,
oysters in every style
Writing desks, alliums, pearl card
eiases, gold pens aud pencils at ( 'leaves
A Carnes, 2K3 Main street.
. -! ad upward.
hadaa, rasroa. ete., ete., at lew prices.
H. f . Nlaler. BM Mala street.
Clbavks A Carnbs have on hand a
large and well-selected stock of import
ed notepaper aud euvelopes, at 3
Utaaiar afalhrlscau boa I err.
.1 tesat 1.. miUMi.
B4 Halm street.
Go to Leddin's Busineas College.
Main lust below I nion street, and vou
will find every luxury that money can
buy, and every beverage that vineyards
produce, and all the edibles that cooks
JfHB cheapest and best Steam D v ei .-
sd Clka ;lu Hocse In the city is at
HH Second street, Hunt & Hanson's old
stand. Hanson A walker.
The old friends and patrons of M. Ma
zinness will find him at No. 5 West
Court street, where he will furnish them
with boots and shoes as in days oi yore,
H 01.1 da v Gifts something nice.
ELLIOTT' & RIOGELY,
219 Main street .
On Friday next, December 20th, the
first truly great ball of the season will
come off at the Cochran Hall. It will
be given by tlie members of the
plumbers and gasfitters of the
city. The committees having this en
tertainment in charge were appointed
six weeks ago, and have been at work
ever sinee. The result of their labors
will be found on Friday nia-ht at the
BEYER- Cochran Hall, when there will be seen
a finer gathering of ladies and gentle
men than bas been seen on any floor in
Memphis this season. We know the
character and standiuguf the gentlemen
engaged in this festive undertaking, and
- ne ti. at they cannot fail of attain
ing the high excellence at which they
aim in this ball. There will also be a
superb supper furnished. We have to
acknowledge the receipt of tickets from
the managers, and shall give curself the
pleasure of witnessing, if not participat
ing In, the festivities of the night.
Pttre wines and liquors, for medicinal
purposes, at Seabrook 4 Buford's, drug
gist, 336 Main street.
Examine the stock of Cleaves &
Carnes, 283 Main street, booksellers and
stationers, before purchasing elsewhere.
Xoatey paid for waleheo, Jewelry. dia
irif-r. etc., etc X. J. slater. al Mala
, itENTLEMKN who wish to dress ele
gantly, and atthesametimesave money,
should go at once to Waggener's, 314
( Main street. He is doing a C. O. D.busi
I n ess no bad debts; small profits.
DELINQUENT TAXES 1870 AND 1871.
part. She appeared
cal gymnastics, so ;
song, Patti waseneo
again delighted the
lauehluir sum:. No
as Patti sings it. No one ever thought
of it as she does. Her style is one of de
lightful, bewitching caprices. She
simply a marvel. Let us have Cue pro
gramme; PROGRAMME PART?
1. DCO- For Piano and Violin An
dante from Kreuzor Son
M l e Teresa Carreno and Mons. Einlle Suurei.
2. RIA -Madaminn
vanl . .
violin solo di
4. BOLERO From H
M lie Cat
H. PIANO SOLO Fmi
11. Ul'O Ttoviitore. ...
Miss Annie Louise Car- aud Sluno. Ji .rio.
L VIOLIN StiLO Fanta,sieouUussi:.n
Airs. Wl t.ni v. ski
2. AH ! iUAL OlORNO-From Seiulrn-
nilde Rossi mi
Miss Aunio Louise Cary.
. VKIA-MplrttoUenUl from Favorltu
liiK finest and best assortment of
masquerade suits in the city, can be
hired of Aiirien Marre, 6J1 Jefferson
street. The most tasfefnl snifj? worn hv
maskers at the late Exposition ball were j No. 24 Front Street,
procured irom bim.
AT T. W. J0HN5T0N CO'S.
.. TAC'CABO A CO,
Importers and Oealera Ua
pposite the Peabody Hotel, ladies will
find an immense assortment of holiday
gixsls. New styles received in lace sets, ' !
cuuars and sleeves, linen sets, lace hand
kerchiefs, lace collars, etc., etc.
Store open everv evening until nine
o'clock. T. W.'JOHNSTON & CO.
past twenty -Ave years In
now added taai of Cotton
mission Merchants. whl
Uie business WUI receive
tlou ol our Mr. C. I
, their patrol
tnenta of C
I otherwise L
id Liqtior Bnsinees
n eoaageil for the
this dty. we have
Factors and Com
1 hitter brnnch of
I -)-.nrs r u.
1 . . . or ua with
u ared. uniees
Fox iTaitoa ind Intermediate
Str. 'iitiiiv Firesu
T. P. Sexior. sakr, '
WUI maketri-weaklv tripe Mons
daysaoc Ft- lays. learUajatfio
For fre -r.
. FBI VR'S POINT BJTND8
MEMPHIS, HELENA k FKI.LR'S POINT
OA Ik. V UH.
.eaaier r-jdi:. ALL1N
J ami is Las, jiai,
Li res Mentpb:" MONDAY
siiu rRIlJAi , at 1 o'eloekpjsu.9nd Frlr-m
Point e iSaU Tnaatliy, Ttiunsiay ami -alurnay,
at ,u o doc ajn.
'p :''.. !
A la roe stock of diaries for 1873 at
C leaves & Carnes, 283 Main street.
of or. ah r
::nol. -.to. ,
e k ISS BCHOSflNU ..
",. PIANO SOLO Revue a Pratri
M'lie Teresa Carren
.j. TRIO Pre tegga 11 siuato
al'lleCarlotta Patti. Miss Carv.
The State and county land sales for
unpaid taxes wilt lie made on the sixth
of January, 1873, after which interest at
t he rate of fifty per cent, will oe added
onredeuiptiou. Persons desiring to save
celeiv. Goods of the best quality, and i the petoty mustpay during tne present
at prices to suit the times. i month, as the office will be closed from
. the first to the sixth of January. Call
1 he Glycerine t ream is the raKewith I at once. WM. McLEAN,
The most goods for the least money.
Citizens and strangers, visit the great
game depot of Victor D. Kuchs, No. 41
Jefferson street. There you will flud
oyslvis, fish, game, dressed poultry aud
all the ladies. It is
Hill, 261 Main street.
good. Moores &
T. Williamson, Deputy.
Ofa X tlf . W c d a 1 71 C..I., Df .... v. - . ,u, .
kxv w iJesivnii 3 i.unijteBS V oueite. WA , - ductti. hob uie
AtteudBAvbertoon'sBusuiessC'ollege. ' ':'f ' t'a"t-w'ng esUblishmeut
Armstrong's Photographic Gallery,
No 21 1 Main HtrneL Thns. fajiitlAuu ,,m
' . j r.. ft "
. i.uies kii uiiji enus.
hands of the Im-
BiiST cleaning and dyeing of gentle
men's wear at the Memphis Steam Dye
ing Establishment, SI Madison street.
KrosoMY For gentlemen to send thelr
fnii aad winter clothing to be cleaned or
dyed and repaired, to Hanson A. Walk-
VU 'Me. HswvinH atraol for Ism ,. ., fc,. a
had not the headlong flight of the terri-1 specialty of that kind of work.
' gojds frcali from th
es in the Joseph
Louis Quinze, aud
Leave orders early
Job Locks, news-dealer, 2864 Main
street, has all the December magazines,
as well as the latest papers from tbe prin
- Christmas are
paring elegant dress
e, Louis guatoi.e,
Louis Sieze styles.
this week at 273
The purest and sweetest Cod Liver
OU in the world is Hazard & Caswell's,
made on the sea-shore, from fresh se
lected livers, by Caswell, Hazard At Co.,
New York. It is absolutely pure and
sweet. Patients who have once taken
it prefer it to any other. For sale by all
219 Main street.
C'onfbctionxry and toys at Barton 's,
corner of Fourth and Popta? street. A
1 full supply for the holidays. ( 'ail before
I buying elsewhere.
In looking over this it will be seen
that Monsieur Sauret had some of his
feats to perform on the riddle, commonly
called a violin. That Russian niedley
is the same tliat he squirmed through.
on tne previous uigni. tn answer to a
very vigorous encore he played a piece
that was like Southey's poem, JIow thr
Water Comes Down at London. There
never was such a musical feat performed
since the morning stars sang together.
Monsieur Sauret, if not now, will be
very soon as great a master of that won
derful instrument as Paganini, whoj
played a whole opera most successfully
. 1 1 . : . u 1 : . t a 1 . 1 I
tiirougii wim uur suiiik 01 a uutue, anu
the audience thought that they were ;
listening to an accomplished orchestra1
all the time. This was iu a small town 1
iu the Alps.
A considerable share of tbe success of ;
last evening's performance was due to
the style and execution of the Signortaa 1
Carreiia, who played upon the piano.
This lady is young, but sua is beautifu1 j
and talented. At the piano she is at
home. A beneficent aud permanent
effect of this performance, we have no 1 (
doubt, will be an increased interest iu
20,oou fancy German boxes have just
been opened aud are this week on exhi
bition as Christmas presents, at Coil's.
Messrs. Car berry & Casey, of ;"!;
Front street, have done a very biir busi
ness "ince people commenced thinkin?
of the approa laa. They
have prepared fully t'orthe festive season
by laying in a heavy stock of native
and foreign iiquors wines from Porto
and Bordeaux aud Chalons; whiskies
from, Scotland and, Ireland; Bourbon
and Robertson, and Yannasee, In their
purity and of, great age; cordials o- all
sorts and in great quantity. The firm
now enjoy a wide reputation for liquor,
and deal heavtTy with mil the surround
ing country. At present they have
some excellent samples of sherry and
native wines, which are worth testing.
Do uot neglect the number, 3A9 Front
street, Memphis, Tennessee.
T. W. JOHNSTON A C )
Opposite the Peabody Hotel, have an
immense stock of children's wheeled i
goods, hobby-horses ami willow-ware
every description. -Any thing you
I Y. D. SCALES ; i.W MURPHY J. W.
SCALES, MURPHY &
I ;9Beesors to Scales, KseharLsoa A Cos'
400 Front Street,
MEMPHIS. - - - TES ESSES.
Liberal Advances Made on Cotton.
h1b ftr c&Mb. an4 o give our customers a
public ij givo uh a triUsl. JeS
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rt f. B. MAIL LINK TO ,-RI.i.KM POINT.
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Memphis and Sew ff-lraw Packet Co.
FOB NEW ORLKANH AMD TH I iiirA
J. s fjlcto... master f. M. stnllfvan. si-rt
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D. H, TO WNSjSND,
want in ths? goods you caji tind at 1 heir
Store. arsaaBssassm a smmv i m - 1 BR
WE CAN SHOW
I 'nusually handsome
fur 1 .ents; and Ladies wrapx-rs
Call ami s, ...
HKRZOO A BRO.. Main street.
Christmas Botes, whole nests
em, at (.'oil's.
HUMAN HAIR 800DS
OF THE FIRST HAND.
AIDH, CHIttNOTiS, CUBLS,
CHATELAINES, FRIZZES ETC.,
AT l'HK HALB STORE 0 I
sad to see all
Alt STlaAll .tilJLaaLS.
Malnesa, au.i ilefy
t the First
T : neaajav-
that instrument; for she dei
i uger s.
to tbe otitc of Memphis what
draw from it iu the way of sweet sounds,
by assiduous cultivation. There appears,
however, in the Higuoriua's playing
more than the result of mere industry,
aud more than the evidence ol talent,
There is genius in it. The lady por
tion of the auoMe ;
edified by her eft'o:'
charmed by tbe singing
Sicnoriua Carreno is tl
woo lmoues every iinteucr mm tne iu
.'.irrigibJe idea that she herself, and not
the piano, made the music. When a
man shoulders a little, thin, light, ruddy
box with four little striHgs on top, and.
nulls a small lot of hcrse-hair across it I Mai
and makes divinest music, the miracle
is in the man, and people wonder iuite
as much as they admire. But when a
pretty woman, as is Mam'setie Carreno,
seats herself before a great triangular
machine, as big as a commou crib or
kitchen, and makes it thunder and
bowl, and then tell its story of tender
ness iu the softest, sweetest accents, we
are apt to look for the cause of our won
der in the mighty instrument. It
Is the piano, aud not the pian
ist, that la generally applauded.
Last night the face aud form,
the faultless bauds and arms of M ile
Carreno and tbe wonderful facility of
execution which characterized her per-
For anything you want in the M ay of j
fancy goods, toys or holiday goods of any I
kind, go to
opposite the Peabodjt. Bay JOU will
tind :.. 'largest nnd most varied assort
ment ever offered in this market.
A lew ueveasiea in lace collar.
1 l 10 lain
iiaiicii.uHiv, ;.nu m
i 'laBsBBallis saiil pn
2aaV Jaate Sim
V"" .J0,J,wm!n 10 :n' -' ': 1'
s. S. HSalllKRT.
ESTABUSHXjD IX 1853.
Ll) AMD KKUAVU
WHilLESlLE MUSIC HOUSE
J mmm AND
No. 217 Mi
Poetry, gift Ixx
ers In every style
Full assortment of toilet articles, per
finuery, etc., at Seabnxik & Buford's
druggist, :i3o Main streot.
J. F. D0WDT & CO.,
20 I HOST 8T- t XZXPH1S, T1X5
il Uit (Irciiit Ojiirtlious. ,1.1:1- e-Sj ABLER Pianos fb.
L. V. f, . - ! luHey Altoraera TCi;slfsar Willi uie
r a.r aroiuni to liii
W Uberal Advances.
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ffi plaaijesiind :n ta-lr oiJ, av 1 can flu
usaansU aBBBwemaui Saw York pn'usst, for eeah.
or ood olt;- aoeeptanue at tnlrt., jlsty ov
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