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TSS MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL--THURSDAY, DBGEMBEE 24. 1874.
AKTOSSBEBNTS. TTW. DAVBV Til DATE It. -PEorRirroB v or on. week and ttfttau and Saturday M mnm emunsnil extraordinary oi it wlebrated Kuglfch Comedl&u and Author, KB. TBUBt BKH R, Bin-l by the very admired and talented KnglHh Acmsi, MISS llllfclSISKMIIHOPB, , London Th eaters Itoyal, HaymATket, Olym pic, lite. Monday. Tnrxtlny ntid Wednesdax Ere tllnK. JT- 21, 32r . , 1 . rand production of Wlikle Collins' celebrated ,d marveloos Drama, In a prologue and four s enUtledrosCO.orTheWomanln White. ...ntFMn. Wvbart Reeve: AnnleCatherlek, iellneStanbwe. Thursday, Friday and Sat-T-dxy-THK BSTTBR ANUBL; Chrlrtmas Mvloee-POSOO: Baturdav Matinee BET Ti R ANOBL. - Monday, Dec. , P arblsls i r,h at. theater ComhlpaUon-DIVORCB. MESIP1IIH HAESiftEBCnOR BALL, AT COCHRAN HA1X, tin Christmas Eve, December S4, IST-i AdmlsionOne Dollar. ARRAKQBMHNT COMMITTED Vm. Qlaentzer, A.OoHscbmId, J . DarmKtadter, n. nnney, Geo. "W. MlHer. RECEPTION COMMITTEE. -. L. Warner, Louis Keith, C. Krleii, J. Sarterius, O. A. Eckerly. FLOOR COMMITTEE. Joan Wend el, Henry Schilling, J ok. Uronauer, SALE OR EXCHANGE. SMAl.li znanniACinnnE oumueas; wiu uuio city property In exchange. R- this oOlee. REPiDENCK Desirable residence, situated near Kemale Oollrse and convenient to depot, Lagrange, Tenn. Tbls property is in splendid condition. Will sell cheap, or ex change for lands in tbia county, or in Monroe county, Arkansas. Address decs J.J.HWiri, Lagrange, lena. PIANOS. .liANOs AND OROANB Tuned, repaired and exchanged; work done by expert snee,, first-class workmen, and warranted, Mt, cmier. for rlt v ut eountrv at d. a. nOLLENBEHG's.ClarkVi MarbleHock. PERSONAL. v7AJ7TS. -rEIPH18 WATER BONDS The under- 11X signed detlrea to puroeaie Twenty i noo sand Dollars of Memphis Water Bonds, and will h nleaseri In receive communications trom holders, stating price at which they will Bell. . M. J., Appeal omce. Ane. ZwelM. H.U. Hampe, ANNOUKCEMEKT. for tonnllRisa Fonrtti WsnL TTEN'RY LUHRMANN Is a candidate for rl Hounetlm&n of the Fourth Ward, Klec- Hoo January 7. 1875. For 'onticllmnn Ninth Wnrd. ?7DITOB3 APPEAL O ratifying the lamlly r"i weakness of orlmoenlUve thirst for or fi.-e. n rmt-lBg tMr i terms, are not among Mr common pastimes of American nami .'idienoo8 gems of Intrinsic worth belngthe ci cotton. Kncouraged by these taets, 1 res pectfully announce myself tfor a single term) be-orethe uoitleol theNlnlb Ward, andse- nelt their united support, for Councilman - I, latirnrr tLf Inn decW DR.TH03 H. CLARKE. lo r Councilman fonrtll Hn! "VTTE are authorised to announce E. KECK j a acanaioate tor re-ecuuti . man from the Koonn vtara REMOVAL. ri B. MILLAR, Justice of the Peace, to No. r,. im Main street, opp. rew nmniiu"w. TO EXCHANGE. - ji p kktv Klrst-class lranrovvd residence r property: eight thousand dollars; one- lOUrtU lO BMH1,UU UMO, .j . i..t ... prmiertv. AddrwM MAX. Appeal odea. TAKEN TIP. mK-At the corner of Front and Walter reels, one gray mare, louneea jaj o which the owner can have by paying Xcr i his advertisement, and charges. . 1 iwmhjrS ll74. decis L.A.PDCKBTT. 1 OR8K An okl bay horse, about ten or ivdr. vmr out. wuti narness anu co.iar ua 1 IX' owner can nave me w nuuus at vi JiOrTMW streat. ana nanus- STRA"2ED OR STOUSU". fl DRSE One large XX 1 ehesBut-eorrel horse. m. in hath fare feet, about nine years i 'id strayed or ssoten irom my premises De cember IMh. HultaMe reward will be paid ;or returning to me. p. E. 1'LEITZ, !trt3 Market Gardener, Port Pickering. -v-tT.Arir ryiur-Max white snot on her tall. ri and a hole In each born. A liberal reward mil l naM ftvr itflnvrr of the cow to M V ,rgewn. comer Broadway and Davie streets. SO025S AND BOARD. T)OOVS AND BOARD Pleasant furnished with or witnoox poara. at 1 aoniw "DOARD A nice front furnished room for X geutletnsn and wile, ana a lew aay ooru t.rsun oe aecommoaaieu si m whipuww T HNKR HOl'SE-torner Washington and I . . . nu,c rhMd anil hMft. hfvarfl. t imrortable furnished rooms lor families and cauemen. wltp or witaoat poara. aeco L-KVKKat etegaut rooms, with board, at rea O bona we rates, atun union. TOOMB AND BOARD Desirable frontroom, X, with board, at vnrja pi. 1 1OOM AND BOARD One unlurnlsbed rL room in private family. 101 ADAMH ST. WMa AJJD iSOAUD at as wmuja oi. ROOM. AND BOARD Fine front room on first floor, unfurnished, with board. Can accommodate a few day boarders also. Apply at lt Third street, corner of asnington. ROOMS GEE HODHK, cor. Main tmdBealc Fifty newly furnish od rooms, single or in 6U11S, tor gentlemen oniy; to ana .1- per month. and 7S cents nerdav. Good board at fl. ftnii.r. nr(t.(n ihehnlldlne. sell) FOR RSST. T) SIDENCE A very XV, 1 desirable two-.tory , frame dwellinc. with six or eight rooms. .i.Uhen. servanu' rooms; good water; nice sard, a.l in perfect order; coiner ureeniaw and Seventh streets, Cbel. ea, one square from treet-ears. Apply on me premises, ur vo d ciU A- D UWYMNE,3S6 Front street. RESIDENCE For one or more years, the ioue and VI acres of ground lately oc cupied by J am Mi Miyte. some three miles irom the aity, oa the south aide of Central aveuoe, and but a short distance from the fair grounds, race track, etc To a good, re-t-oKiBk, PROMrT PAYirfa texst, terms win oe reasonaue. Appir u del B. RICBMOXD, 311 Main El. rTflREThB best store in Chelsea. 33 Third O Ftreet. For information apply on the premises, or to BARBOUR SIMPSON, deerV 231 Main stieet. T-KSIDEfCK No. 2X1 JefJerwn street ex Xs, tended, with Harden, for T2& per month. Applytu J. p. MEUa, it union streeu MOCriS A double frame noose, suitable for a grocery, with good (table and large garden auaehed; rent cbeapto a good tenant. Apply at JW JEKr hitauw ax. I AND on Union Avenue, 2 mile- from j Court ttquare, eleven acres of land, well improved, with nice residence and all noees- sary outnouses. Appiy 10 jb. w . jvg deos Tarpaulin !-hed, on the ievee. KITTAUE Heven rooms, 341 Georgia street 1 square west iiemanoo sueei caia. EUUENK & LYNN. No. 2ii Main street. T 0 MH Handsome Xumlshed rooms at 910 k a monw, at no. 3.11 jiau bi. HODE Oontainmgsix rooms and ktchen; everything convenient; good location; rent cneap Apply at Tennessee wreet. ENUUE-a-horsepowerencineand boiler. Apply at H NQRTU anCQND HT. RESlDhNCE- Two-siory frame, very con venient and desirable location, street cars passingmfrontilowtoapromptienant. Ap ply to li. u. tiULLcn aami, aw aiam st- f OOMH Handsomely furnished rooms. An al piy at Jtoom a, tnira noor, im ain streei. BTKKBX OFFICBJ-Two new groond-floor front offices at No. 6 Madl- suitaoie lor payeHnana, lawyers, JIT AJ-llbON ilX taiiors or far a fruit store. AddIv at N. IIS ADISON HT. FOR SALE. nE-lRABLK REBIDENCE Derlring to move nearer 10 my place of buuiees, I offer for sate at a low price, and on long lime, if required, the residence now occupied by me on corner of Lauderdale and tieorgia fcireeu, wim al l'a modern improvements. Any one wishing to buy can get permit to la pect the premises, on applicai Ion to mo. JNO. T. PARtiA-OK. i)3M rront St. CIOAL PiUahurg, St. Bernard and Oannel j Coal and tiasuoke deel P. U. BIOLEY, 260 Main St. BULL, CALF A pure Kentucky breed Alderney Bull Calf. Noue better. In .iture at Factor's warehouse, south Main at, declT A. 8. W1UTFORD, OOfinn To Invest in a business that will 2&VJJyJ pay b pront 01 lw.twv me monios. inenusiness is nonoraoieauw.i'oi.r. dress CO. P., Appeal office, tor ne days. 1U8T0M HOUSE-SI Front street,, gives good meals tor nitcen wiiw. a"" 0' rt firri-- riv . imnfl and earefnl tenant, a H. house with seven or e ght rooms, 1b a desirable portion or vne ciiy. pi." otate National Bank, corner Madion and Main streets. decM buv a eood second-hand Eprlng waion and harness. 358 SToBt street. tlTAGON To T7ARM-A small farm, from fifty to ow t" hundred acres; must have at least fllteen vr mvl timber. The land must be good; Improvements BUffleleat for a small Willie iarmr. iwu wiriuuo 1 anceln one ana two years, abw decS Rental and Real Estate Agent, No. 18 Madison street. .i-n. -t rr , l.Hr. rnerlencpd in teach- 15 lng the English branches, mathematics, rrencn ana irmii , 11 tin t miunuu clpal of a school, aasitant teacher, or govern ed. UOTUltimUVCT'-;" d6c8-dw Miss L. O, Appeal office, OITUATJtV As housekeeper, companion O or goTCrnessi, by a widow, a good home be- in ins ruin 1 i-iuiiuuinLi"n nu...... Oresa Mit. L mi.Ei, TrroMAN Hwede or Oer.i on woman to do I f gensral nousewora. mai.uii" DAT-DO ARDERH At 806 Second street, near Monroe. Reference required. tlTAN-KD-VOUlt ATTENTION TO THE W MKMFHIS AWN1NO MANUKACTO rt y, & Washington sU Awnings of all styles ,a Mfi iihinAtwnrlc and rurnllure made and repaired, re-upholstered, varnished, nd nacaea lor snipmeuu vmji.. iieanwiand relaid. All work c all e .vered rree 01 cnaren- ed for wd de- H. BOTTENBEBO. JVQTICR Ail Advertising Bills after this date, for amounts less than Five Dollars, must be paid for hefore insertion. This rule will be strictly adhered to. LOCAL PABAUxUPHS. The parental pocket-boofe Is suffer- IDE. Friday the courts will adjourn for Christmas. Thetoyaud "goody" dealers' liar- vest is at hand. The flist circuit court to-day ad journs until Monday week. -The city schools will close to-day, to reopen on the first Monday in January. The Adams street lire laddies have new hoae-carriaee, which looks quite handsome. There will he a grand matinee at the Theater on Christmas day. The Woman in M'Mc is the bill. Judce Winters yesterday commit ted to is.il Alf. Witherspoon, charged with receiving stolen goods. The sale of seals for the Furbish Fifth avenue combination commences to-day at the Theater and the Peabody hotel. The sale of reserved seats for the Furbish troupe will commence to-day at the Theater box-olllce and Peabody ho-: tel cigar-stand. Sick Brown, a negro chicken thief. was arrested in the lower district this morning. A lot of keys and a Jimmie were found in his possession. Wm. Smith, charged with larceny and carrying concealed weapons, was placed under three thousand dollars bond by the recorder yesterday. Messrs. Morris & O'Bannon, of the Peabody hotel, have the thanks of the Appeal editorial corps tor an invitation to parttke of a Christmas dinner. Ymcteeday morning the remains of the late Moses B. Parish, editor of the BoHva. Bulletin, were received at the Charleston depot by the Odd Fellows of this city, and conducted to Calvary church, where the funeral services were held by Bev. W. C. Gray, pastor of Bt James parish, Bolivar. The remains were then carried to Elm wood cemetery. and there consigned to the grave by the mentis 01 me lamented deceased Tun first Methodist church was last nisht the scene of one of those happy events characteristic of the Christmas seaton, being the occasion of the mar- LETTIJRS FR03I THE PEOPLE. Mnrill Gras ut Jackson, Editors Appeal The executive committee of the Jackson, Tennessee, Mardl Gras requested me to attend their meoune last night at the vouncr-iier aid's office. There is no doubt about the fact that Jackson, Tennessee, will have a grand Mardi Qras celebration on the ninth 01 Jbebruary. L, u. Jackson, Tjcn'n, December 20, 1871. Ilie Difference. Editors Appeal There is a vast amount ot printer's ink being used in our city as to whether three thousand dollars per annum is too much salary for rlage of Mr. W. T. Quain and Miss m," superintendent 01 tne city scnoois, Maine 1$. Misdaie, lisv. a. ii. ourraii, """""" " """"" ""VcT, ;;, Hi.tin, i.rT-mo Mr Onatn majority of our county and State ofll- . mAmhor nf ifm I vnrwTnhip,ii f. ciafs receive from two to five times as twntty.aud his bride oiebr the beautl- much for services which do not require Bt daughters of the Bluff City. A large their personal attention, or at least tho number of friends of both the bride and work is done by deputies at from one groom wore present to witness the cere- thousand to twelve thousand dollars a moay, and the happy pair received tho y.0?,1 am informed by an official h i'.ot ,n.,itiin. nri well- who holds a posiUon that is generally heartiest wishes, AMDSBSI iNlTS. considered to bo worm urieen mou eand a year. Now, If these reform ers are in earnest, why do they not train their artillery on the heavy salaries first, and then look alter the small-fry. A little liL'urinir on the amount naid to 11e Theater. I ket-n tin the various courts would form Last nlsht The Woman in WMe mi'htv interestlne rendinsr to the tax- made her third appearance upon the payers, and probably result In some leg stage to an interested and delighted au. fslaljon wnich would redound to their dience, the central figure being Mr. benefit and put a stop to buying lucra. Wybert iteeve in nis excellent anu tive poemons with the money wrung from the tax-payers. What say you, NEMO. excellent and obaraoteristiey rendition of the role of "Count Fosco." His acting last night Centlemen reformers? Warn mueu uevvrl tuau uiwiimjo t " ' I'1 ceding evenings, due, doubtless, to the improved support given by the members of the compahy, who seemed more at home in Uieir respective parts. Miss Ktanhone. both as "Annie Uather- Ick" and "Laura Falrlie," did herself great credit, actlul; the part tnrougnout the entire ulav 'V'ith walee-worthy tklll and fidelity. U'l'lsladycertainlydisplaya no mean order of dramaHC talent, ro- night The Better Angel will be produced, with Miss Stanhope in one of the lead ing roles. It is unnecessary to say that In this play she win prove equally as interesting, perhaps more so than she has In her charming rendition of Annin Catherick." We hope to sec n crowded house to-night. Mr. Beeve is a cood actor, one of intelligence, skill and merit, that entitle him to the patronage of our best people. Uerotan Iftennerchor Ball To-night the German Mtennerchor of Memphis will give its grand ball at Cochran h&U, which will be one of the most brilliant and attractive entertain ments that our citizens have enjoyed this season. The committee, consisting IUC1I HOLIDAY GOODS. IltC Bargains IN- FINE JEWELRY. IiARKl) n A CO.'B t'LCMXU iT SAL 65 I Main Street G5 ICEGISTKVTIOX. Important Kendlnjr for Present and Prospective Cnnilldates for Sin nlclpnl UfUceii. T7rMnnnn 1 ..1 1 ..1 , 1 ., vr. .v. " quets and decorations. Craig's, 3, iiain. to insure a complete success, and from the wf 11-known energy of thee Kentle- men and the character of the members of tho Msennechor, we feel assurtd in the belief that uocbran nan to-nignt will be the beene of true entoj ment and general delight to the many persons that attend the ball. Our German citi zens fully understand the mode ot glv- ine excellent balls, and to-nisht will show to the public how very agreeable they can mace such occasion, we ex pect to see a very large attendance. SUXDAY-SCIIOOl. riiSTIVAI.. GESTS' FURNISHIXG GOODS. Hie Lutecst Stock In (he City, at the Very Lowest Prices,. at Lowensleln'a JIammolli Clothlns store. S3S Main street. An Interesting Occasion at (lie Central Baptist Cliuicli Last night. The annual festival of the Central Bap tist church Sunday school last night was one or tne happiest occasions of tne sea son, and in every respect a fitting pre lude to the great day of joy, mirth and If yon want a hydrant, street-washer, orclumblne of any kind, you can get It si Browne's, 18 Jefferson street where you are sure to oe suitea in styie ana price. Diamond encrusted Amethyst Bings, Opera Chains, Necklaces, Lockets, at co3t for cash, at AUG. joerss', -us main street. PEABODY HOTEL. REDUCTION OF BATES. From this day transient board will be three dollars per day. Day board, thirty June to tue great uay oi joy, iniriu ami JoHarg per month. rood will characteristic of Christmas ""'i""""""- Proprietors. CENTRIPETAL POWEB MACHINES. tbrooehout the entire civilized world. Te largo church was filled with the membeis, pupild and friends of the school, and a general interest was mani fested bv all wesent. Tne exercises. consisting of ringing, declamations, Messrs. Orgill Bros. & Co., of thia dialosraee. awatdtnir of prizes, etc. were city, desirous of introducing these won ornfffnlK- mniliirtl. Hib introduction I derlul labor-.savinc portable machines. being a prayer by Bev. Dr. Landrum, have got from the only place where they pastor of the church. Masters Moore, are manufactured from the WheeilDg Shepherd, Simmons, and Misses ueninpetai -ower uompany, oi wneel- Kmma and Jennie wood. IvecK. mg, eat Virginia some very line The following figures, taken from the registration books, show tho number of votes registered. The second and third ward registration books have been re turned, but as yet no official returns in tho two have been made. We under stand that in the second' ward a number of registration papers made out for ap plicants still remain in the hands of the registrar, as the persous for whom they were issued have failed to call within the time specified by law: First ward John V. Handwerker, register. Total, 067; white, 6S0; black, 2S7. Second ward D. F. Goodyear, regis- ter. Total, uiu; wnite, ouu; Macu, 110. Third ward Miles Owen, register. Total, C60; white, 648, black, 34. Fourth ward John Blngwald, regis ter. Total, 694; white, 540; black, 155. Fifth ward J. M. Walker, register. Total, 807; white, 431; blaok, 408. Sixth ward James Gallagher, regis ter. Total, 823; white, 539; black, 253. Seventh ward John Johnson, regis ter. Total, 650; white, 397; black, iB3 Eighth ward T. B. Holt, register. Total, 976; white, 748; black, 239. Ninth ward Clem Jerome, register. Total, 352; white, 238; black, 114. Tenth ward Dennis Bay, register. Total, 1112; white, 497; black, 615. Total number of votes legistered in all the wards of tho city, 8,068; white. 6514; black, 2054; majority for whites, 2960. The following is the number of votes registered in the different wards of the city last: First ward, 1347; second ward, 590; third ward, 1251; fourth ward, 1302; fifth ward, 1347; eixth ward, 837; sev enth ward, 728; eighth ward, 1385; ninth war, 596; tenth ward, 791. Grand total In all the wards, 10,274, which i3 2206 votes in excess of the present registration. We have received many additions to our large stock of TOYS AND HOLIDAY GOODS. Also a fino assortment of CHILDREN'S CARRIAGES, designed expressly for Christmas gifts. Open every night until nine o'clock.- WHEELER, PICKEX8 A CO., 328 and 330 Mala if reef. THOT. Three Exciting Heats at the Trolling1 Park Encouraging Aitendiinco A Good Dny'a Oporl. Quite a number of gentlemen lovera of good trotting stock assembled at tho park yesterday afternoon to witness the trot between four good faststeppers, and all seemed to enjoy the sport. The en tries were Mr. Batcuclor's Frank" J., Ed. Brown's John H.. Tom Best's Sugar-In-the-Gourd, and C. H. Brack et's Kitty Burgess. At three o'clock the horses came up promptly, and the reins were well handled by each of the drivers. Dr, James Cowan, George Dunbar and B. A. Smith acted at Judges. After one or two scores tho horses got off well together, with John H. in the lead, which position he kept until he came to tho first turn, tvhen he broke and ran, with Kitty Burgees close behind, Hugar next and iranit j. in the rear. When they reached the half mile post Frank commenced to close up the gap and made a brush for the first place. and when they reached the last quarter- polo they were ail well up together, with John H. still in the front. After enter ing the home-stretch the race was be tween .Franz J. and jonn tx., wun Kitty close up, Sugar slightly in the rear. John H. camo under the string first, Frank J. second, iiitty third and Sugar last. The heat was given to Frank j. on account or jonn a.'s running, which was a just and proper decision Time. 2:4Si. In the second heat, after five or six s"ores, tbo horses got off, with Frank J, in tne lean, wnicn position ne held throughout the whole mile, with John H. a good second, Sugar third, and Kitty Burgess fourth. Time, 2:42J, The third and last heat, which was tho beat of the race, was very close be tween Frank J. and John H. The horses got a good eend-otf, with John H. slight ly In the lead; but Frank soon closed on him, causing John to break for a short distance, when he came down to bis work, and at the firat quarter was close on to Frank, who continued to lead un til the half-mile pole was reached, when jonn lapped mm, and wneu tney reach ed the home-stretch, they were side by side, and they came homo at a rattlinz gate, Frank J. first, John H. second, Su gar third, and Jvitty last, 'lime, 2:37L Considering the heavy track, it was a splendid trot, and gave entire satisfac tion to all present. MOIPIIIs" UOXDS. I What the Financial Commission Have Dane Formal Keport to Come. Stephen Clement. 92 Beale stieet. Leave orders for Dressed Turkeys, Christmas Turkeys, Tho commutes appointed by the mayor to meet in New York the hold ers of the bonds of Memphis, yesterday , I .1 I - 1 1 Z . . i r A splendid lot or- "".?l"t."? 7L,U?J ,,uit lu iuayor ilered stwwlallv for nhrUlmna liv Rfp. ague, turuugu air. jc. ai. Epperson. SXfahSi y The !"b?D?e of M Apperson's report was mat tne committee were autnorized to receive, not to make, propositions For Java, Mocha and Lsguayra Cof- iees, go to c. h. pomeroy & co.. 365 Main street. Gents' Talmas in Cloth, Beaver and Chinchilla, At an Enormous Sacrifice, nt Lowcnsteln's Sfainmotli Clothing Store, 23S Main Street. Boys' and children's suits reduced twenty-five per cent., at the OAK- HALL, for the next thirty days. Call and see for yourself, at No. 251 Main street. AT C0S1' rOB OA&ti. Having an unumi.! large stock of goods on hand, and desiring to reduce looking to a new basis of finance, and that a very liberal spirit was manifested by the bondholders in New York, who were willing to take a new bond, having forty years to run, at a low rate of Inter est, if the city would give satisfactory pledges that the interest would be paid promptly. For Instance, the bonds of the city, Indorsed by tho State or rail road companies, and the gold bonds to be retired by new bonds bearing five per cent, interest.currency, and all other onds to be retired by new ones bearinir four and a half per cent, the coupons of i3,o to te cut on auu funded with the post-due coupons. Mayor Loague took occasion to say that he had been misrepresented to the extent of being accused of favoring re pudiation. There was not a line or word in any of his messages or vetoes which favored repudiation. The whole scheme rests entirely on the ability of tne people to pay. The committee adjourned to January thsmp. Tnm nownnVrin-r at cost, for "l.H wu.eu l" ueiegaie ' " "?""- Lizzie Moyeton, Mollie Price, Katie Mav. encaged in declamation, and dialogues, while the whole school par- tlmpated in tne singing, une pupils displayed a commenoauie proncieiioy in their biblical recitations, dialogues, specimens of the above machines, and also Mr. Alexander Bono and Mr. Wm. H. Davis the former secretary, the lat ter superintendent, with the above com panyto exhibit these machines. As regards the machines and the principle Landtuin. Miss Eda Moore wasaward- . ed the first prize, a gold medal, and ,i, !,!., nrh. I Masters Ernest Badgers and Eddie nreaent term will take place at the Le I Cooper each a handsome book as eecond present term wm iiLomsie ai tue xe i , MI M i,cmp.. TVLuiteri aiovnn colored i school ana no aouot i '""Tr declamations and singing generally, of power, they have taken the first pre thanks to theadmirable labors of Super- mlum at every agricultural- and me intendent W. T. Taylor, Assistant-Su- chanlcal exhibition, the men accorapa perlniendent Ben May and the untlr- nying them. They are worthy of every off energses oiiue respected pastor, nt. cuimueutie, ?CRN1TUBE-A large lot of furniture, ' nearly sew. at private sa-e. Call at a KK HOCSK, Main street, cor. Beale. oUBIXi MILL A large flouring mill, situated at raad Junction. Address deem A. J. ADAMA La grange, Teun. TV rS ais Front street, or at yard on Overton tract, on the b.off, South Mem Phb.wlll irefelve prompt attention. O. IL P. PIPEK, BUILDINU LOTS-Great bargain for cash or in trade-six bultdlng lota on Union Annja nu., 1 h. i-f.V- AnnlVtO deos J. J. DnBOan;.36 Madison t. Dll.lHJU low as the lowest. Also. Per- toaa-Cannet and HU Bernard coals, cheap as any other man." Alsc, -VOOD " In every style." Also, -e Bockaway ana a Buggy-wagon. Also, several One mules, large and in line oraer. H. B. PACKER & CO-191 Second st. fTUIEBE 11OAT LOADS NO. 1 PITTSBURG I CoaL at wholesale. XL. B. PACKER 4 CO deeS BM Becond street. LAND 350 acres land sultaule for building lota, Ion both sides Mississippi and Teoneo ltils; good springs. Add oare Hill. Fontaine & Co. i OliES AND MULEi Received this IT week, and for aaie low: une lot iiissoun ,7- nna lot Illinois horse., one lot Ken tucky hones uid mules, embracing saddle, . .1 v i fl wlr of all elaea. c" " FORRttST 4 FAIRKS, OT27 Mammoth Btab en and Btock Yard. OARBER CHAlB,gll, ibrosLosand I iX HT A L ' uov . - rmrrv QLD TYFS s I ynivrv Iron framed, with two drawe-v, irllsSfl chapTAppiyat TH1B OFFICE. t o: iyl 1 no aire H ftB ' -KT rfl"J ffltAJ- one of the best . . . . . . nr ruff ir uoujjs- 'jzrssz ZTtcL. PJt..pa?rv.VtlbTS. -o. iSl Second streeu jJrVcketAJCjUb, PreTtf rv mine street. dale rofL reeu House VSaoXiZ will be of the most interesting character. Night before last two mules, a wacon and two bales of oottcn were stolen from Mr. Sam Mosby's residence on the Charleston road, niteen miles from the city. The report that E. D. Pedieard was fined fifty dollars for aesaultlng Mr. Fitz, ofvorth Memphis, is untrue. He was discharged by the recorder for want of prosecution. NatomaTsmple of Honorhas opened a cofi'ee-stand and lunch-house on Main street, opposite Court square, in order to induce men to drink something better and le3 injurious man wnisKy, wines, ales and beer. The fire this morning was the burn ing of a one-story frame d elling be tween Fifth and Sixth streets, Chelsea. rhe house was occupied by a carpenter named Jonnson, wno lost ail oi his fur niture. Cause of fire, defective flue. Bob Thompson, colored, who killed young John Henry at tne corner or urn- ing and be Martin streets, nignt ueloro last, yesterday surrendered himself to Chief Athy. and is now in tho Adams- street stationliouso awaiting an examin ation before Justice Hall this morning. Chas. Eiclier, a carpenter who came here from Chicago two weeks ago, died of congestion oi tne urain atio. lb Washington street, yesterday morning. Deputy Coroner Spelman held an In- 'iuest. and a verdict in accordance with the above facts was rendered by the jury. Judge Baxter, of Nashville, has de cided that if a ltackman gets tired of hunting lor customers he can tuko hu hack to the place designated by the mar shal if he chooses, and u not lie can go to his stable, or to any vacant lot lu the city or out of it, or anywhere else he may want to go, provided ne does not stop on the streets. Early yesterday morning the Frank lin house at Boleigh was entirely de- troy ed by fire. The building was used as a hotel, and was occupied by Mrs. Smith, who lost all her furniture. The house was owned by the Coleman es tate, and was worth probably live thou sand dollars, upon which there was an insurance of two thousand dollars. Our thanks are due Mr. H. L. Prid- of Bartlett, for a bouquet of fresh rawberrlaB, grown on Mr. Thomas aheoard's firm in the above vicinity. The berriesiftre large and delicious, and grew in the open air. Mr. Priddy in forms us that Mr. Sbepard has been sell ing a great many strawberry plants, an-1 his success in the cultivation of this fruit during the winter months has given new life to the business. Yesterday afternoon Dan. Flaher ty, while engaged in operating tho Mer chants' cotton compress at the navy yard, was struck in the side by a piecoi of machinery, from tbo effects of which be died soon after being removed to his boarding-bouce, No. 136 Front street. Another laborer named Martin M'Don- aid was also struck by the press, but sustained no fatal injury. Flaherty was about tniriy-nveyearsor age, and loaves a wife and two children. W were informed that a meeting of citizens of the tenth ward was held at Pendecrast's saloon lost nlcht. at which the candidates for the municipal legis lature and ssuooi visitor were discussed. It was sucsested that the names of Gus. Morti, for alderman; Ed. Burko Pickett and Dr. J. S. Dyer, for councllmen; and Captain W. C. FowlKes, for scdooi visit or, be put in nomination, and that a meeting of the citizens of this ward be held at an early day to ratify or make other nominations. Mies Mary Lyman, Masters Willie Surprise, William Payne and Stoney Shepherd each a book as prizes for perfect attendance durinir the vear. Alter the prizes wero awarded camo the near Court. "bell exercises," wnicn portrayed the fulfillment of the prophesies concerning the birtti oi (jurist, the star, the manger, etc. This part was participated in by most or the school, and was both lu terestlng and instructive. Then Dr. Landrum made a few appro priate remarks as to the post management and prosperity of the school during the year. The labors of the Suuday-sehool teach ers had been abuud&mly blessad, and during the year twenty-eight pupils had become members of the church. The No. 1 hand-nower. for sawine and poring. JSo.z horse-power, for cord wood. No. 2 horse-oower. for rinninsr. No. 3 combination-machine, for saw ing, planing, boring, tongueing, groov ing, moulding, etc. uau and see them at 63 second street, cash, my large and well selected variety of china, glass aad queensware, until January next. Particular attentionls called to French china dinner and toilet sets, Bohemian vasea and cologne sets, silver-plated tea and water sets, pickle stands, castors, statuets, figures, bronze ornaments, etc., etc Merchants and housekeepers wish ing to avail themselves of this opportu nity, are invited to call and examine for themselves. chas. n. rrich, holders from New York and other cities will meet at the mayoi's office, after whicn a formal written report will bo made to the general council. A. CTUUVHlVKLIi iV ISKOTIIERS. Large nntl Well-Xsioiteil Mock of l'resli Groceries Jnst Received by this H holesale Firm. So. 11 Luiou Street. 321 Main streeu FINE FOBS AT A SACRIFICE. Hudson Bay real Mink Sable sets at Siu, lormer price 15 At si 5U, rormer price 18. At S13 50 former price S20. At $15, former price S22 50. At $20, former price S30. At S25, former price S40. At $30, former price S50. Also, a line of fine Fors such as Grebe, Bussian Fitch, Black Lynx Boyal Ermine, Black Martin, etc., at low ngures. MENKEN BROTHERS, Stephen Clement. 92 Beale street. Leave orders for Christmas Turkey. JOE'd HOUSE. Sunday-school was not only a place for the child, but for the church member as all were taught tne same Knowledge, but in a different manner. Dr. Lau- dium then i-puke of the method of in struction an 1 the practical benefits aris ing from the use of the olack-board. is the pupils were taught geometry, histo-1 The Joe House, No. 250 Front street. torv. etc.. and other subjects in their I under the Commercial hotel, by Joe relation to God's book. It was desira-1 Boggiano and Longinetti, has been bio to haven library for the Sunday- opened with a fine stock of excellent -chool. which numbers now about two liquors, cleare and tobacco. They in- hundred pupils, and he urge 1 all who vite their numerous friends and the pub had books to spare to donate them to this He generally to call, and assure them purpose. H closed by announcing the that they win be pleased. exercises were at an end, and refresh ments to be next In order. After which some went home and others remained until near midnight to ei joy the society or their mends, mis was indeed a happy reunion. We are glad to say the St. Louis. Semptember 17, 1S72. Messrs. JNtrris, Taylor 5c Co. Gentle men: We take pleasure in testifying to tne excellent quality or Taylor's Ex celsior Yeast Powder. We fiud, after sehool has, under the good management K'ving it a. thorough trial, that it excels of Dr. Laudium and wife, Superintend ent Taylor and other o ulcers and teach ere, been very prosperous, with a large membership. Much honor and praise to those who nave been pushing lorward this good work. Mrs. Landrum and Mrs. Justin have a ciass of sixty very small pupils, who acquit themselves finely, ehowlng that much care and pa tient attention has been bestowed upon them. A of the school wero well up in their i irte. we wisn mem year of htt ipineae and prosperity, in strength and purity any we have ever used, and w,i snail continue lo use it. LAVJ-JILLL, WAKHISK JC CU, Southern Hotel. LAW KEP0KTS First Clmnccry Court Chancellor nor- can. Court will meet at ten o'clock to-day. when Chas. Kortrecht, Esq., will sit as snecial chancellor to hear the motions We wish them a new now on the docket, Judge Morgan being too unwell to preside at present, raid Kortrecht having been appointed by the chancellor and bar. CHKlbTJlAS PBBSliYTS. Coll at L. Goepel's music emporium, No. 376 Main street. First tlrenlt Conrt-IIclskell Jndge. All n f tiio noaia a.f for vntlnnlflv viira "" "'""- disposed or on the call. To-day me foi- and musical merchandise to suit the n".,uS. ,e"""' I X 1X13 OtCUlU 1,1X17 lAJUlb v Ilk UUJUUIU 14 IX' most fastidious judge. "I Monday week: S73a, Judd , va FACTS UOBl'H KNOWING. 30S2, Walton, use, vs Memphis and Vicksburcr Packet Comnanv: 30S4. Als- uunnir a recent inai .or comparison ton vs M'Uune: 3057. Ulll s vs netzen: of ordinary baking powders in New York, 3,357 , parham VS Koeco; 3090. Dillard vs , - - - " iir 11 in ncnn VisOI WaViuua via I 1 1 1 1 rl a 'Jisnn CABANAS tVVLE AND fU AG CANT, five cents each. 11. esch, X9 Second street, opposite Court Square, BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S SUITS. the Largest Stock In the City, At Very Low Pricts, at Lonensteiu's Mainmolb Clothing Store, 46 338 Main Street. conclnhl veiy that better results were attained with from one-half to two-thirds the quanti ty of the latter, than with any other in mar ket. The seeret of the auocess lies in the care with -which DooieylR Yeatt Powder is pre pared, and IU entire fieedom from substances that are Injurious to the system. We challenge coco pari sou at any and all times. Tne verdlotof the consumer is always in our favor. For sale ;v all grocers. THE aiEHPHDi fcTEAM DYEING Estatablishment, 81 Madison street, is open for the fall season. Rest work, at prices to suit tue times. B. A. HOLLKSBKBQ, Proprietor. Stephen Clement, 92 Beale street. For a Christmas Turkey call at Clem ent's, 92 Beale street. B0YODCUILDKEN'S0YE!tC0AT.S vs Marshall; 3113, on vs .eargason; Merchants' Insurance Company vs Mil ler: 3093, Merchants' Insurance Com pa ny vs Markham; WJJ, Moore, Cox & Co. vs Berry; aoye, amith, ext'r, vs ltciiy; auy7, iiicnarusou vs nun- noant; 3093, Metropolitan BanK vs Muldoon et al: 3099, Watson, trustee. vs Wright; 3100, Flannlkin vs Stewart; 3101. Marks, trustee, vs Bad. can; 3102. Burk vs City of Memphis; 3103, Balston va Douglass; 3105, Bryson & Camp vs Tomeny; 3iu, januKe vs warneke; 3108, Buttlnghaiu vs Brinkley; 3109, Brvson & Camp vs Godshaw; 3110, Conn & Bede vs M'Cabe; 3111, Leddin vs Loague, Mayor; 3112, Wallace wesson & 3114. Hill. Fontaine & Co. vs Thomas: 3115, Glenn & Vinson vsHalley; 3116, Folwell vs HIgbee; 3118, Jordon vs Thayer; 3119, Butler vs Schelly; 3120, Lucas vs Ames, Bea'tle & Co; 3121, Williams vs Boone; 3122, WlUlams vs Boone: 3123, Parker, rea, vs Miller; 3125, Martin vs Anderson; 3126, Hen ningvs Williams; 3127, Keogh vs W. J. P. Doyle, sheriff; 3128, Deloachvs Duffv &Carv:3129. Bell vs Williams: We take pleasure in testifying to the 3130. Brick va Falm: 3131. Stanton & superior quality of Taylor's Excelsior Moore vs Memphis and Charleston rail- Yeatt Powder. We find it stronger than road company; 3132, Meyers vs Wicks, other kinds whleh we have tested. It is Terry & Co; 3133, Fletcher vs Heath; giving us iierfect satisfaction, and we 3134; Vespermannva Cooper; 3135, Zent la Eiery Variety of Style nud Material, nt Prices Far Ilelorr Cost, at Lawenstef 11's Mammotu Clothing Store, 338 Slain Street, LLNDELL HOTEL. confidently recommend it to our friends and the trade generally as being a pure and perfeot baking-powder. felt, griswold, clement 4 co Proprietors. Converse's new Billiard Parlor, op posite Court Square, No. 37 South Court street. Neuril. The Instantaneous euro fori . ou-. ,. t,..., . aswolffo. Geo. W. Jones 4 Co., keep It, a.i-JtAriuouuiujuuaojuutotji egr, vs Hints; 3136, FInley vs Kahn; 3140, .pon-oai vsiarris; jui, jiiartin it mils man vsDicklnsun, et al;3142, Salova Schroger; 3145, Brooks vs Joiner & Co. FAN WINKLE BK0S. Among the old reliable and enter prising grocery and cotton wholesale litres or Memphis, none rank: that of A. C. Tread well & Brothers, whoso large establishment, at No. 11 Union street, Is filled with a choice stock of roods Invite their many friends and the pub- just received. Tread well & Brothers are too lavorauiy Known to the public to le- quire a notice In this connection, for their honeatv. reliabilitv and extensive business have long since established! He generally to a TUBKEY LUNCH STALZBOATS. FOR WHITE BITER. OXI.Y UEOVLAIl INDEPENDENT WHITE BITER PK'T. For Augusta, Jackson port, and all Way Landings. The elegant passenger steamer Sir. Quiclcsttep, .jQ Milt Harry- master E. C. Postal. clerk Leaves SATURDAY, Dec. 26th, at 6 pjn. It, W. LIGHTBURNE, Hop't, IS Madison sU OLKNN A VINSON, Agents. dec2l Wharf boat, foot Uoiirt st. --s9ljXTX- HAPPY IE! YEAH lOB UA1KO A NO tfl'. LUUJft Qemphls and Et. Louis Packet CompaBy for Hickman, Columbus, Cairo and St, Loa!r. oieamer AnrtAU, Dan'l A shni-y ..,,,,.,.,.,. ,..-.m aster Leaves THIS DAY, Dec. 21th, at 6 p.m. AU.HTOKM. flnpt Mississippi River Elevator Company V FOB CINCINNATI Cincinnati and Memphis Packet Co--For Evansvllle and Cincinnati The steamer Andy Bauin, riii inton master I Shaw-. xiers iroaves xuuKSUAY. Dec. Zlth, at 5 p.ra. Apply to B, W. LIGHTBURNE, Sup't, decg No. IS Madtson ttreet. SUGGEST THE FOLLOWING AS PEBSlHfS! lor Cairo, Evansvllle, Louisville and Cincin- ... natl. The elegant steamer NICK LONG WORTH B. iLMerrilecs,raaer -Dwmiuvr wiu leave . as abova 1 THURSDAY. December'lth. at it am. J M J.T. WASHINGTON, Agent. necgt 3tki Kront street ( d floor). WHICH WILL EE kOLD AT AN!C PRICES ! FOB NEW ORLEANS. Cincinnati nnil Inrorlnn, i.k.t. I Uana?0m0 LallCO Dre'SfS. SI. rD Black Gros Grain Silks t 91. LTCDlog Silks at 75c and $1 a yard. Ladies' Cloth Cloaks at $5, $G,,?7. Eannie Tatum, El well master I Tatum. Di Leases ims day.uhc. sun, at 5 p.m. R. W. LIGHTBURNE, 8np"t, dec21 lo Madison streeu Regnlar Memphis and New Orleans Packet for the season For Vlcksburg, Natchez, itvw jiiKikua auu;au vtaj ana iieau lanu lnjs, Htr, Jno. B. Maude, rh J.Sn-lvll i,..Tn aster I J. S. Sedam-cierk Leaves THURSDAY, December 17th, at 1 juii., positively. The steamer Maude will pay particular at tention to alt way and bend business. Mer- cnanis can rely ou tne strictest punctuality in mi uuamesci eutruDwu to iier caie. J. T. WASHINGTON, Agent, dec! No. 3U0 Front street. Cashemere Sacqaes at price to close. Children's Furs at? I 25. Ladled 1'nr teta ?4. . Real Grebe Sets. Elegant Silk Striped Poplfa hw, New Mrlped Mlks at 8 a ad 7 5. All Wool Cashemtres at 45 te Tbe. Telvt Cloaki at Cet f Iwf4MlMs. Ladies' Walklhg CsetBiaw i Ta-tasi fabric;. Real Mink Fnrs at $19 a Set. Ermine Sets al ?4 far Cape as IB SOLI! Regular Memphis and New Orleans Packet lor me season or vicxsnurg, Nalcnez, New Orleans and all War and Lend land. Ings, Sir. Belle Lee. z$Zt J. F. Hicks master I Alf. Grlssom clerK Leaves THURSDAY, Dec ill 111, at i p.m. positively. Tue steamer Belle Lee will pay particular attcnUon to aU wa v and bend hii inim. Mer. chants can rely on thestrtctcst punctuality In u miniiir-.v, eutrusteu to ner care. J. T. WASHINGTON, AgenU Liace uannKeremeis, soe to jio, Ladies' Silk Ties. 25c to S2 25. Initial H'dkia in boxes, $5 and $6, x-ace Collars, 26c to SI2. s. Mall to Napoleon. I Liace Veils. 408 to o, Mlixiois, ToiIet SoaP8 in boses' 40(5 to $1 . , - T. f, - i i.iirtin-a rpr nmprp. Mrtf rns mi iiiiuii " - ninnrpr I j , . Leaves MONDAYS and THURSDAYS, 5 pjn. UllS and Pomades. 253 to $1 25. 5 airuu.Mj. Ladles' ilaakets. 50a to S2. ALSO, KECEIYED FR0X SEW YORK AUCTION A LAIISE IJJT OP' Fancy Work Boxes at 35c. Elegant Boxes at 81. China Tea Sets al 25c. Handsome Dmaed Datfe at 50e to U. Besides other fine Tojs at half pricr. CHEEK LINE. Memphis and Vicksburg Packet Company t or iieiena, r nars roioi and the Bends U. A. JT. WJiite, George Malone- Leaves 't L'ESDAYS and SATURDAYfc., 5 pjn. xorireieut or passage apply on Doaru.ortO KO. W.CHEKK.rino'l.22iFrontiitreeU WE HAVE COME TO STAY. For Randolph. Fulton. Osceola, and all Land ings on tne way n-iegam sioewneei steamer Iaiureen inkier Wiucppart asaboveon MOMJAY, WKDlLa- xj.vi ana r jujuai oi eaca wees.. For 'IJIi8? FOR JOHNSON'S LANDING. Point Laee Barbes, $2 to $8. Thread Lace Barbee. $1 50 to $7. Point Lace Collars, S3 to $15. Gents' Hemstitched H'dkfc, 75eto$t 2S. Gents' Windeor TUm, 50o tr $1 25. Gents' Searf RiBgo. 55 to $1 25. Kid Gloves, 45 to 65c Gents' Bidiog Gloves. French Jewelry, 50c to $3. Jet Jewelry aft prices. Ladies' 8Hfc Sashes. Ladies' Laee Capes. Infants' Embroidered f'rimn m Infants' Caps and Booim. S-jStJ Ladles'' Workstands, SI to $5. Ladies' Morocco Portemonnaies, 40e. Ladies' Leather Companions. Embroidered Linen Sets, 50c to $2. -ALSO- For C'rowells, Randolph, Fulton, Osceola, joncran, ana all intermediate Landings. Tho temnt Kliln-whnpl ttpamfn- Mary Anient. r U2s."I? j. rv. jupiiu.... .master j j. w.ltuoues ciecK Will make trt-weeklv trips throughout Ihn year, leaving Memphis Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, at 5 o'clock p.m. i- or ireigct or passage apply on board. Will leave on her first trin MONDAY. No vember Sid. novZl OOR BRUSSELS 1KB OTHER CARPETS ! BUGS, CURTAINS, BTC, ORPEHS FROM THE COUNTRY PROMPTLY EUM, FOR HELENA & FRIAR'S POINT For Helena, Friars Point and the Bends. TRI-WEEKLY PACKET. The elegant and lleet side-wheel passenger I Meauiur I I?MUj AJLJuEW, xO Lee, r. master ) Lee.. ctjrk I will leave as above every Monday, Wednes- uy auurnuuy laiuuguuab uie year. for i rem nt or rtamiee appiv on ooarj. FOR HELENA. Forllelena Friars l'oiut and bt. Francis silver. The staunch and comfortable steamer S. Baskelt , ,, master I D. P. DavGclerk W1U leave as above, every Tuesday. Thurs- uayanu saturuay turouguouttne season. from 10 o'clock a.m. until 8 o'clock p.m., Christmas day. Don't foroet to hand in your favors extra quality of goods at lower prices . . .... I 11 1 . 1 , , I . Jf I T . eany to appear in our mammotn uun-i uau ueietuiuie ueeu ouereu. m- day issue. ta" dealers and country meichants, as wen as piantera anu omers wisning sup- OFFICE OF THE A. & M. ASSOCIATION nlie3. should remember this nnd exam St. Louis Fair Ground, October 9, ine the immense stock of this reliable lbZ. we, tne undersigned, respectiuny house, wh ch offers rrreat Indncemerita. report, naving oeen appointeu a special jot only In the wholesale grocery trade, cummuiee to ejamme utuiiuE-uuwuerB. i put as cotton lactors. A. 11. Tread well subjected the samples furnished U3 to a Brothers are favorably known to the practical test by bailing bread witn public as reliable, energetic and prompt them, and award the gold medal and finainess men. who pivn nntirR SRtlafar,- diploma to Taylor's Excelsior Yeast tlon in all their dealings, and fully merit xuwuer. tne lartre natronaee their house emovs, FRESH, SEASONABLE GOODS. Youdk America cheese, extra roll but- ter,orauges, Malaga grapes, maple syrup, fine candies, nuis,'fig, Shaker preserves, Cutting's fruits and jellies, Los Angelos county, California, honey in two pound irames. lytle & shields, J. H. EUMPHI.EYS, IVIL ENGINEER & SURVEYOR, 19 jfadlaon street, np stairs. their name upon a high and solid basis. I nnrnn nv otitsti -rir i vtmnrs The new stock of groceries lust received C0T1 ON-SEED WANTED. nas oeen selected wun especial caie, and win suit an who wisn to purchase an 2(U and 63 Main Stret. Corner Court. Si CO.. 0. 297 MfilK STREET, NDI Foreign and Mati-e jasiQiiSfSM: au scotch: E. mallinckrodt. PH. hCHOuZ. JOS. ADOLPHUS, M. T. 0 YE SCO ATS IN IMMENSE TARIETY, At Less Hi an the Cost ol Bnnofaclnre, nt LOWEJiSTEIS'S fiSammotli C'lotlilng iitote. S3S iluln street. SILKS! blLKs! Ti. . , . , . i guiu iskucituiiuwc tuu n ab iueu' i-iAnos, organs anu musical instro- ken Brotber8. For the purpose of clos- ments repaired on short notice by expe-1 ing out our large stock of fine black and eiegant coioreu siiils, we snail ten mem this wees regardless or cost. rienced workmen, at L. GOEPEL'S, No. 875 Main street, Jackson block. HARO TIMES. Gros grain silks, warranted pure silk. r i . i r-1 et- Ci niiu ci Genuine Lyons silk, Bellon's make, Si 50. All these goods are warranted Until the first day of January I will 81111 exceedingly cheap. This w a grand shin fresh oysters, packed in ice. free of opportunity to secure targains in suss cnarge, on receipt oi tne cosb, or C. O. D.. or r.ilv TftfereiiA. A nvstera RAlpofl. nprilnzen Sfi! It nvalera fctjtnilanll. tvr The Cheapest and best STEAM DYEING do7Pn CiS fid- f! nvRlern fmnlinmi TKr ana 1T.iko house ia tne city is at -lose-aozeD, so 00, o ojsters jmediumj, per conasueeu HANfaON & walker. dozen. S4 60. Liberal dUcouut to mer- une thousand boys' and children's suits, at prices to suit the times, at th chants. Sole agent for Howard & Bro.'s celebrated .Norfolk oysters. J.A. 8IGNAIG0, -TH Second street, Memphis. The Sunday Appeal is the best ad vertising medium in the State. CHRISTMAS ! OH RIST11 AS ! ! BARGAINS: BARGAINS!! ORNAMENTAL CAKES A SPECIALTY. BOXES AND TOYS VERY CHEAP. OAK HALL Clothing house, No. 251 Main street, Go and see Converse's new Billiard Parlor, 37 South Court street. LIVINGSTON ic UOHPANY. DOHESriU AND FHKEIG.V UArlKERS, 10 PINE STREET, NEW YORK. Call at BEBTON'S and examine for yourself, cor. of Fourth and Poplar sts. Play' billiardu at the Chickasaw Par lor, 37 South Court street, WEATHER STRIPS Effectually excludes cold rain and dust irom doors and windows. HOOK & LAG RILL. Bole .Agents, 336 Second MreeL JEWELRY AT tOSr FOR CASH. Conservatively organized for doinz tneDusinere 01 out-oi-iown oanits, Dancers, corporations, merchants and Individuals. Usual Interest allowed on dally balances. Collections made and promptly remitted. CbriY.nonJcnce solicited. Krchanire on princi pal ciuea ui x-urupe. London SUITS ! SUITS!! SUtTS!!! dents' Casslmerc Stills At Wonderfully Ilednecd l'rlcts.nt To effect nsneedy wluuiticiin ofinv hu aiuess, nodiitliauge of cllinc, tor.Ntere mjr Iiealili, I couciud.d to .ell my lare sou HfiiBficcitiiBincK oijewriry, cou slsiloiror Wafclies, Onernitud Cliellnln 4 naio., Jlraceletp, oral nud Aiuetbtst l.ndlr Nets, e-ncrnsied nud iIaln Amr- hyst Itlnss, MrnvelMilioiis, rnnds, eic.loq nt nut for riih hi cost for cash, custnnieni ilrius M clieai, tlirlsimas it-e.eii(a lu solid Jew- eirj wiiiiiou iiiuiiinr inicrcsi 10 call nnu see for tiitiuseivea. ACQ. JOERSS, UOJSInln street, bctweeu Adams and Washington, Lovfeust elu's Jlauimolh Clothlne Store. 23S nolo Street. Solid Gold Jewelry, Coral, Rose and Gold Ladies' sets, aud fine Opera Glass- AUG. JOERSS, 202 Main street, Five hundred boys' and children's talmas, at 6, worth 510, at the OAK HALL Stephen Clement, 92 Beale street. For Christmas Saddles of Venison for roasts, Ducks, Gffoe, Squirrels, Bab bits, Game, Fish, upossum and Bear. Christmas decorations deflowers, Cralgs. No. 251 Main street, CHRISTMAS MEATS. Go to Leddln's Business College. Buy your Ground and Granulated Coffee at o. u. pomeboy a co.'s, 365 Main street. L. Schilline & Bro.. 68 Jefferson street. have now on hand a fine six-months a rT.,.o .ii,, fwn.i, oio near, weiguing two nunurea pounos. roast Goose, saddle of Venison, baked la,o, a fine lot of dressed Kentucky . '. . . ... .. . I TurL-tuja onil fine, T(n ifVw htaf in. Hnapper, with stue-disuotituth's square I .,J .r, ,, rr , t: , !, , Ovstes. at Stephen Clement's. 92 Beale K.ether with all articles kept in their t root I une. uive us a can YIC10P. D.IUCHS. Clirlstmas Offerloe. Snappers from the galf. Trout from the Iake3. Gsme-fith from the Atlantlo ocean to Reelfoot lake. Game and tur keys. Prices corresponding with the times. Victor D. Fuchs always reliable. L. SCHILLING & BRO., Jefferson street market. For the best Roasted Coffee, go to C. II. POMEROY Jc CO., 865 Main street. Gold Sleevebuttons, Studs, Gents' Vest Chains and Watches, at cost for cash at AUG. JOERSS', 202 Main street. I1HE Memphis Oil ConipaDy purchase and pay the highest market price for sound Cottou-S-eed delivered at their mill, foot of r-opiar street.or on me wnarr. bucks will oe sent to responslb.e parties, up or down the river, or on railroads. AU seed correctly wetgbed and cash paid on delivery. Seed by wagum solicited. Convenient arrtfugements lor unloading, T. A. NELSON, President. j. w. iwubax, ouperintenuenu HAVANA OI0ARS, the "EI frlnclpe do Galea" Factory st Vrnu) Factory Key TTet W. A. GAGE 'EESH ARRIVAL A LARGE STOCK OF Fcnej Candj, Toj?, Nats, Raisin?, Ete. Also,a fine assortment of Cupid Leaves, ltoses, and Oruamentlng Goods for Cakes, Wrapping Kim Paper, for sale CHE P AT WUOuE- BdLi. van soon auu sena in your oruors at JOHN B. RICARDI & CO.'S, 419 Main Street : : : Slfinpbl, Tenn C. G. riSHKK. HER 3.w. a. bbowsie. COTTOF FACTORS, BRYSON & CAMP Bag leave to invite aU parties to their immense stcc of BlHSBB fiftVVt fit a ?1rtnrnTlTi ,u" m,u 0110 miM lOrjmilTjESi 16 rfeSersoR Street, BETWEEN MAIN AND FRONT COMMISSION MERCHANTS -isr Bntieir, Eggs, oiieese. Potatoes, Apples, Dried Frnits, Onions, Cabbage, Hraiit, Beans, Keats, Poultry, Flour, Slcal, Peanuts, 1'exsts Pecans, Oranges, And aU other kinds of C0UNTKY PE0DUCE. Ls.CE ever shown In this market, embracing all grades of Axminstem, Wiltons, Velvets, two asal ."ivK-.j,,, uigiMiu, iicius, tuwH uiu miaw jiavr niys OsTJS. STOCK. OIL CX.OTjH:s Is complete, embracing all grades and widths, from 6 inches to 21 feet, CCtCTAIN. Al WIN MOW DECORATIONS A riiPXLJALTY.-LM from il 50 hi S10O a window. . IN OUR SHADE iKlAllTfuT We have many novelties, with all the i We have the mOSt COm PlSte StOfiV nV.r shonrn In Ihi. ma.-i LOflHING-GLAHNE IhemCStCOmUlAta aJMOrtmpn, u f nri-M that ra.W -., - - b .-ujl, a iuv .m uu oi inn uouniry. . 22S Slain nud g&S. .?onil Htvcrt. mwsmnli. Iron at 3o basis in any anantitiee. Iron Arties at 5 l-2c per pound. SPOKES, HOBS, FJSLIOES, BELLOWS. VICES, mm, One-Horfe Wagons : : : : t i $4G Conslfsnnents nnd Orders Solicited ncd TTTO-Hore Thimble Skein YTagOSS iiiree-iiorse xnimoie aitcinsiauc- boxer nagons t : : : t : Promptly Attended to. No. 343 Front Street, ME3IPIIIS, TJEWN. 50 70 Fonr-Horso Thlnble Skein Stwie- bikerWagass :::::: 76., Heavy Two-Horse lrsm Axl : t 8 Spring Wegoas : : i : : I0 to b5. South Semplils Market. fXVtlXQ to the market closing on Christmas I v uay. it win pe open TrtuusiiAY siubn- iku irom a to a, anu irom a to e in tne even ing ffiU U. PHILLIPS, ,uecs jiiarKet Master. Cooking Stoves at ".Vliolcsale Prices, Yery Low- . L. WICK8, 37 Union SL JOHH OOBBIH3. john Gnnst. m. if. counx. SPECIAL TO ME&CH1NTS. e roiiowirg goods, bought last week at 161, 163 and 165 WASIOjS" ST1SSIf3' 1 FORCED CAteH SALES, are offered for ' i. n i . . I . , ii 1 fi ff. -W - - 'M .fUKPJUB, United SUtes. viz ennessee, rexsi. -Aiaoama, AiiKnsta, anu outer jriaius. flope's. Lonsdal.'s. ftnlt or Loom, and other Bleached Muslins. Ilell Factory, Jewell's. Angusta, Grnn- nevxiie, and other Brown Muslins. LouisvIIIa.aud other Jfhus. Pi fly Cases beat new Mjle Prints, all brands Fancy and Elde-Baads. Llnaeva and JHaalieis all kluda. Together with full lines Shirts, Drawers, Ho siery, uanuKercuieis, mte uoous, Linens, NoUocs, and Small Wares generally. WSL R. MOORE CO.. Wholesale Dry Coeds and Xollos, so uDiQa sireex, nexnunis. P. FL With axpenses less by hair thaa an v house la the trade, and unsurpassed faci Il ea for doing our business, we can, we think, AND MAHUFACTUREBS OF ORS, SASH. BLIPS, FLOOfUM Ceiling, Moldings, Balusters, Palings, Newel Posts, Brackets, Sto. FRAMING LUMBER OB" ALL KINDS, YELLOW P1HB, CYPRESS, FOeLAK AiMr Walnut: Bhlnidea and Laths for sale: Planlnz. Sawlnst. HsroU sawlmr in, IT, ml l .nnflil.titlv i. . L- rnti, n.fmnaff. T I c i .. ... I tH OFQBr. amine our stock, or send for iTce-Ust printed) Well Oiiblnz.fOTRandle Heath and BuUer 4 ilcMahon's Aogert, Blade to ordetoa In plain Qgurss. doeli I short notice. All kinds ot Gin Uearlnjor Yellow Pine. itf ! IT iUU t sent Lee Yeai thoeaaso p IXeas beeai Sasaretoai 5 .eas at off wit lid to Hive i Cans of va iSMralBKho HRlver, L lahort or HOoedMs SHiXBWSMI treiigaltitB dted SI order. 18 OUT aitemUnd", terrr.