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THK MEMPHIS r-AJL.L,Y APPEAL THURSDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1878.
.UtllMTK10U'.-i SALE! HSR URMTI KK AT AlCliO.N. TUW M(iaXiN(i, AT TF.N O'CLOCK, A V t MAIN STKF.F.T. i'-:.tluj CtiainirtTUi t r l.u?i-kpiliig Roods. c. r Ml'liKY, A..tullli.iit.lUr. A. II. MTOI)l IM. AncUnnrer. FiHV UAKKELS J L'll'ir, FIFTY BOXES CUEtSK, AT Al l TIOS. iiv a. k- rit nki.AM). t f.t Vlaln Mlrrrt. Clay Knllilins. 1 11 i S THIK-il'AY VANISH AT TEN O'CLOCK. :J rilKOMUS! tHKoaOS! vrnoiesAie add Hetall, bj a. ' r U A X K 1. A X I. :tn tlnln Htreet. y Itnlldtng. s.)it SAI.K Oil KXCIliXUK. rpHKSPEVCFH PUCK, on Vollentln avenue, L lo and oirfvhair milts from Court Square, containing ten acres; five acres orrhard; boov con tnlrn 10 nwms: mso clstrrn; r ot outbuildings. AK.irnn thPiilm H. W. SfKNCKh. STBAYKD. rMiW-About tint of November, a red cow. with whtt from hips bar. His no ear marks. A siittnble reward for her return to lue at Buntjn sta tion. J. A COX. '1I'LL A red bull, one horn Mralght. the other J t:uulliK out to tlie Hide; balween the horns, C'i'lT ti'Hr Inquire at rjfi I'ltlon street. NTKAYED iill KTOL.KA'. MARF.-A light bay medium size mare. In food order when Btolen; very thick through th- ) ii and wtiltw icks on Inws; on lelt side sev er.it mar, re-winti'es sores that have healed up, canned t7 b d bl od; Urge eyes. ! nir small scar on lireast and Is a fine blooded UUIe mare; wout worn jm ,1 in hsrnewi; will kick bnd In harness; a natural nwdiier and rides well. 810 reward wdl be paid fur ht-r return to Thomas Harwell, four and a half mil, on nlrl Rnl'trh rosd. TAKKX UI CV)V1 Luge size brtndleeow. with a calf 4 montlisold,wlilchtheonerc:in hare by pav U.i chHrnes and (.roving property. Cliaa. Bojde, col-or-d. I! Hnu. two mite? f'Om city. KOOfltS AXI KOAltO. i TOOOand cheap board at No. fiii Union street T hounis furnished and unlurnlahed. Day bj'ir lers wanted. rp .VO Uree front rooms, with reasonable board at 1 4i Main !t'eel. IT'lNISHKD and unfurLlshed rooms wllh board, 1' at 121 Couit street. 'OOARD and furnished rooms for families and lZ single gentieinrn: also, day boarders accom modated, at l7l .Second street J-SIBASLE Inv.t ro?m, with board, at Efl Mou J roes;reet. Terms reasonable. Heferenoes re quired. ;O0M- Nlw furnished; excellent board at very V ret-onahle terms. Mrs. l oppu g. va aernanou. I TiiBsr-cLASd roms, wl;h or without board. P Ternm very mod' rte. No. 14 Mulberry. K OOM3 and board ut 4W1 BUelby street, Hefer- FOIt HALF. J" 1X1 LB KUCK business rroperty for sale. The J b-ht vacnnt enter business lot for sale, en trms to suit purctia r. Apply to -1 MUM Art LAFFERTT. Little Rock. AOK-HALK lnterett In the Chickasaw Billiard Parlur. comer "itn and Monroe streets. mmeor K QnvYKHjiE, :I2 Malnslrt, Ct OOD CHNCE New two-story house, seven X rooms, gat and cltein; &2H00; SoOO cash, balance 3:14 per mouth ut til laid for. Address K. . PIXK. cl'y. " STOCK AND KIXTUMES-Of n-t dl grocery. A'titres, S I A PLK, Appeal office. fy INft-New ilns. Avery make. IL DOW, 210 V J Front btreet. BKICK 8hlpped cbeapby river or railroad. Leave orders at John A. Denle's, 352 Front street. Larce concession will be made on orders for good & almonBrlck, suitable for chimneys or setting i-oll-ers. etc. O. H. P. P1PKB. F IVE Hundred Thousand heart hnDd-raade siilngles, very low. ut H. 1. cocuran a ix a. H ALL'd SFE. Slit-lvtne and Counters ot Her- zog K isro. orat uatHin. appij o I f.- IlL'hrljkil tlR'J U.ln atnui "T"KICK - Cneape-t In town, at Claik's yard, corner L Orleans and Heorgla sireets. EBARD CONCERT HARP Double action. fUfe octaves. Uithlv flnislted. One SIEINWAY and to otner 7 otlave Pianos, ul' fceeoni-hand, ex'.reme ly low fttrca-h. E. W 1T7.M K N N & CO. MILLINVRY-Kresti slock of Milliner? Goods and Hxiuies fur same, Including live splendid sUt w cises. Cheap. Arttlrw-s, "CAStt," tins ofllce. rpilE S1EY1PHIS C jTTON UIN-Havlng two JL Cltttuplitn end one Ave'y Gin, engine, eic . all ' In complete running order. Apply to J. D. Panbury. wirv.ving paituer ot J. A. Greene A Co., 202 Frout strc-et. TATUE3 Two large Italian marble statues; one, . termed "Hemembiatioe." represents a woman cntwltilug Bower Into n wreath; the second. "Affe tl n," ren esents a wniuan tcatteflug llowersover a grive. For purtlculars and piloo Innulte o' Vincent Hotto. smitheMSt corner W.tIiIi ctnti mnl Front sta. WASIS. f piNSEU-A good Tinner Apply to P. R. Tipton L foul" of Beale sfeet. at the landing, uood wiges and aie-idy employment. SITUATION By joung man with a rotable wholesale bouse. Grocery preleired. Can con- i rol cotton and trade. Bet or reference given, au .ire-n. B F. HILL. Trinity. Alabama. 1" A YIPS- For repair, ulterlng or exchanging. Best j beadl'ght oil sold by A. U11ZFELD, 233 Seo- o io street, Meinpins. r po D v.uiiiI:T3 - A thoroughly-romiwtent man .L de-lnrs situation; single; "Al" references; wililtig to woit. ftHKMAtiyr. care appeal. I)Y A Teacher of long experience, a situation 3 ei heras Principal or ussUlant. He would teach In an estanllsbed Institution or organize a wh ol where needl. His qualifl -at'ons embrace the u.stml :ngll.'h u.anc:ie; also, Latin and Greek. lili!(itst tesltniorilats can bii fun lsbed and the Debt rettTr-rices. Art.-Jress. m. .," mis omce. OAUD for mm, wife arid child. Address, stating terms. "L. C. ' Apt eal olltea. D RFjSMAKEua-Two rlrst class. At MlaS A. A. w ALL'd, ,:t Po; l rtrttt. WANTKD A manufacturing flrin wants a busi ness man In Memphis and In every City (not already taken), to represeut them. ?20 i to $4U0 necesSitrf to p-y for goods on delivery, after ne nas obuiltied orders in' lue tamo. mio id S'J'OJ pel nontu ku Tautucd In a legitimate, permanent busl ne. Monev h!joIuU-1t .Kcurrtl. Tlie most search- In Investigation soliilled. F. E. VAIL Sc CO., 170 anil l',H lrvonshlie Mteet. Bos-on. Mass. AN ori tnn girl who desires a good, permanent home; u.so a goud cock, wadier and Ironer. iood wuges. Aduress "ti," Lock Box 14, Holly tn-rings. Mlrs. .iMPLOVMENr Azencv of the Ladles Christian 'i Ansoeiaiion. Uein. white or colored, who can brlt g releieni-es. can find good s tuatloas by ap piylng at ti.e Intelligence Olllce, 15 Main. ITU ATION In a Grocery or Commission House by a re.lauie young man. Ktlerences. Address, li. F- L.," Appeal oflice. T" RE38MAKF.lt and UTTER of ability good U salary to competent peison. Addrees A. a.. Appeal i Hies. A SITUATION By a young man la a furniture or il hUoe nouie. or in any capacity wnere a rann ful man could tie useful. Addiess, J. G., this oftlce. IOOKKEKPErt-I'fcslJon as Book-keeper, by a J cjmeleni gentleman, vho speaks and writes German, English, c-pamsh and French. First-class reference. Address, "11. 11. H.," P. 0. box 270, i-oneviitP, Mis-.ourl. rr'l'RNIdHF.n KOOMS -YVlth or without boasd, V No. 2ett I'hlrd sftet. "Li'AltM A fire Fruit Farm and market garden P c mven'ent to cl.y, on gottd road; excellent or chards and vl no-yards In bearing; good Improve ments; Uud In ., w-rte ctmilUion. Apply to G KUNEK, 254 eecoud street. IT oca A nlc?ly furnlsht d bouse In a central lL lortlon tf tlie cicy, for furnished rooms. Must have ah modern Impiovements. Apply to I, f. Couawiiy, S Madison. rpVVOSTLRYlirlck residence, P.rosms, In perfect JL r repair. S'Si Poplar etreeL DR. V00RHIE3. 7 EAT COTTAGE ii.'J Kxeharsn street extend ed. 21 Main Street. arLRM HIReCH. I WKLI.INU- ill Htrnat.do St.; Cottsge (5l Ex XJ cuause sti eel extended. Aiily at 2VI Main s:re-L 81 L Hil t UlhSCH. DM WELLINi-t 1 wo brick CwelllnKS, Nos. 4y atid i:( Mirkel slre'-t. Aiplynt51 Market. (mj r rG - iNo. 42 Court st;oct extended, wl:u 5 J rtx'irn. kitchen, gooil cktrrn and hjdrant In yard; all convenient; outhouses and large garden sp:t Rent 51., ler nionlli; apply on premises. pill: re-ldeiica ot Ell Raner, at Gill's Station, L Memphis and Charleston railroad. 3 nil'es Irura th4 city. ltouo roiit.iins nine rooms, with IX acres ot land attached. Apply to w. F- RtYNFU. w Main street I EIDENC4 Corner Latteaud Rrlnkley aveuuos, J I hair mll- from terminus of Poplar street rail road and quarter mild rortli of lioulevard; eleven rw nu. including klUhen and seivan;s room. Fath nK'in. wtia tot an i cold water pipes In the bouse. Btables and oDer out-houses, 2 good cisterns and a well: orcht-rd a.id to acres in garden. Apply on premises, or to b. F. Coleman. Circuit Clerk's oltlce. IAKiiK liuU vi Io oi.e or two single gentlemen", J without board, one large room, unfurnished; vtitn etst and south windows, gas aiul grate; lamll prtvde. Afiply at 2ti? Third street "LUHMalltU rooms tur mnl, single or In suit, at I" asotirtole i ales, at !1M Main street, near Un'nn. Refeience reyu'rt-d J I .l cK -1 h- U-st sllUHled louse In ei'.y for a J iKia'dlnghouse, c-r. Maolson and Third. An piy to H. W. Ma-1iH. MuL b!iri'gCo ,e20 Sialn si ;EWLY FL'Ni;;lJHJ kOOMScEeap to gen- l!em-n. New bilck ho i. !t4M nlberry street i (UlClC H-..L A very desirable brick residence J3 fumlshexl or not, the rent taken lu either 1,-ard or In money. I remlses In tine order. Loca 'u.i. neighbor huod, tie , the best Call at 17U i "nlon street I"OOlia Fun.Uiied or un'urnlHhed. X AA !.:. C J -t STREET. LUST. fOLI LOCKET-Straw Jerry shape. A suiUble IT rina'd if ri-tiiriioll"Hl Mln strf-t ii:iisO;iiA:.. M EWBORX. DFNTIST. ;j l MADISON STREET. DR. WM. A . CARSWFLL. No. 2J dotith Court, r.earM.vn. othce hours: UtolOaiu., 1 to 'j .i',l.i.. ,wl T tnuii'HiK'k r, ni. MRS C. O. VALLENTIXE will ci ntlnue the Sew-trig-Machiii- l u-lne-s Ht 31 Ylalu street. lor the present. Machines will be ! aired t.romptly. i A. FEI F.RSTACKF. rl -no and organ tune, I r. und wjiairHr. ftl WIT7M ANN'S. 22-t Se.ond. M F.MlISi THEITEK. 1) AYKY A HKUDliN, : : Proprietors MONDAY. DECEMBER SVTH. Every evening d iritis the wrek, at.d at the SATL'RDAY MATINEE, will be prouueed the great emotional play by the authors of the Two Orphans, entitled, ACELEBltATF.I) CAKE. Under the .auspices or Shook Palmer, Union Square Theater. N. Y., J. W. oilier. Slanaser. Supported by a company of unusul excellence. NEW SCENERY AND APPOINTMENTS! NEW MCSIC. Klaborate Tollna by Lannettc. Reserved Ssnts for sale at Holler berg's Music Store. C 'Of.' II HAH HALL. ' F'lrst Ball of the Season: A GRAND FANCY DRESS BALL Will be given by the Lottie GU Club, Tuesday Eve-nlnar. lepMber lO. Tickets to be hid at Hollenberg's Music Store. ABUlXliTO VAKIFT1KM, IS WA9biA(jiUi ei liter. The Place of Amusement lor the People A fcirnnd. Vaudeville Entertainment Sightly. Popular Prices of Adm sslon. Fee Programmes. 2000 bis Mild Clieesp, Factory Trices, freight added. 500 bxs Crackers, Factory Fric? s, freight added. 1000 bxs Fancy and .Slick Candy, Factory Prices, freight added. 50 Barrels Atmore'a Mince Meat. 100 Half-barrels Atmore's Mince Meat. 1C00 Buckets Atmore's Mince Meat, (5 to CO pounds.) Factory Trices, freight added. 500 Barrels SllTer Moon Flour. 100 Hi-lMjarrels Silver Moon Flour. 100 Barrels Tlant's Extra Flonr. 50 Barrels Jack Frost Flour. 500 Barrels Different Grades Flour. 200 Brl-i Silver Moon and Pearl Meal. 1000 brls Apples, Fine for shipping. 500 brls Fine Early Rose Potatoes. 100 brls Oranges. 200 brls Fresh JT. Y. State Bnckwlieat. 7000 Cases Salmon, Sardines, Canned Tomatoes, Peaches, Pickles, Etc. Oliver. Fmuie LOCAL FAHAUKAL'llS. A Celebrated Case at the Theater 8j?ain to-aigbt Warm weather an! a moist atmosphere prevailed yesterday, The cotton bales are coming into the city by the thousands. A considerable number of deer and wild turkejs arrive la market daily. The general council will meet again on jo roofrow evening at the city hall. Yesterday til'trnoon aom person enrried off a tRlma overcoat from tUe office of T. A. Ryan, No. 203 Main street. E. W. JJartlttt. whito. and John Tem pleton, white, were arrested by the police yesterday on the charge of larceny. Deputv-ShentY Pete Bradley, of the re corder's court, served several warrants of arrest and search warrants lestercay. Half a di zpn cases of drunks and disor derlies appeared recorded In the statlonhouse docket at twelve o'clock last night. "A Heart Twice Won." by a Memphis lady. Is creating eonslderable excitement among the reading class. Mansford low has his third supply. Main and the principal streets are blockaded dally with cotton and other wagons, and Itotten 10'iulres some time to unravel the entanglo uteut A little colored bov, lost from his pa rents In the v'.clnity of Lauderdale ar.d Vance streets, was found yesterday afternoon, and Is at the resi dence of Frtdtt. Hunt, No. liV-j Humphreys street. I-ast nt'trht the weather turned cool and sngeested frost. Overcoats were In demand, and a general bracing up Internally was Indulged In by the men of Memphis and strangers sojourning In our midst The lady managers of the Church or phans home, and other friends of the Institution, are reqnesied to attend a memorial service. 1 1 take place at the home on Thursday, the twelfth In ftant, at eleven o'clock. Oysters nre rooked in better style in Memphis than In Chicago. Fish Is Hlso cooked In better style here than there. In this respect our restaurants are ahead ot the city sltuaton near the southern end o! Lake Michigan. Shopping on Main pt.reet is one of the bli? specialties of ourcit. 1 he majority of ladles appearing on the streets wear lcng Spanish niouin li g veils and are dressed iu the deepest mnuriilng. This is one or the melancholy relicts of the great plague of 18TS. The alleged robbery by a porter, which occurred on the wharf boat" last week, did not take place on the Leo wharfboat. o' which the well-known Billy Dukes Is porter, and has been so for some time. Billy Dukes isall right, and is responilble lor all packages placed In bis charge. Ther'3 nre numbers of worthy and poor people In our city who absolutely peed relief, yet they have never made any applications tht-rettr. Tnose vtho apply oftenest for relief are usually those who need It least, anl who make no effort to secure a living beyond the domain of chatlty. Squads of unruly and noisy bovs, both white and colored, and of the age of fourteen and under, can be found In the streets nightly. They should bs campelied to seek thur homes at an early hour by the police. A tew arrests would settle the matter. These boys are graouat'ng lu the school of druukenness aua other klud'ed vice.. Ever? houas in the city hhoul l be pro perly ventllfted. Windows and doors should be left open, so that the sunlight and f ro6tv air could pene trate and disinfect the rooms cellars, etc. It Is ab solute y necessary to have this done during the Inter months, so that next spring there will be no danger of a rsvisltatlin of the plague. Just received SinlT.", news dea'er, 3S Main street, the lintiiianrr.jn, of December 7th, contain' ne biographical sketch and excel ent like ness of the late Butler P. Anderson. Orders lrom the surroiindlug country solicited wholesale and singly. Slnaie copies mailed, postage free, six cjuls. Special terms to news dealers. Colonel Sfase, who hai chars? c? the erection of our customhouse. Is at present al Wash ington, but will be bick In a few d-ys. The maible Is L'flng quarried and a portion of It wtll teach Mem phis by ilie last of the present niontn, when ivoik wtll be resumed. This Is gord news for laboring men and mechanics employed In such work. In ChicasfO the tall and burly policeman of the petlod stands In the raid-lie oi th9 tfeet and dlrec s street carts r.ud wagjns blockaded how to move on. The iKiiiceman also esc m ladies ov. r trt3 dangerous crlngs and raises tils cane m wariii-ig to those driving wagons, e c. The police men o Chicago piottci ped.btrians liom those vtho drive horses. Tue tlepftnt residence of Or. J. Carter, near Sardis. Mlssl-sippl, nas totally destroyed by fire list Sunday night. The furniture and a l.ire stock of supplies were consumed with the building. Dr. carter's losses autou, t to t.everai thousand dol lars, and. unfortunately, he had no Insurauce. Dr. Carter Is one of the leading physicians a id most re spected citizens ot Pauoia county, iilosLvippl. Mr. Joe Mancini, who has been sick with the yeKow-fever for Rome two week", at his resi dence on tte comer of Main and Huiu g stieets. Is recovering rapldiy and wld tfouten the streets In a fear days. H s wire, who nur.-ed him through his Illness, was taken sick vn Tuesday, and It Is tea red that site has alr bt-en attacked witn the fever, but tttls cannot positively bs ascertained for a day or two. It will remeaibered that a man naued J. W. Ryan, balling fiom St Louis, Mls-ourl, arrested In this city oa the cha geof Issuing bogus and fraudulent losuraucs po teles. On Hie fiearli g of the case Ryan was discharged for want of proof. Y-steruay he as again committed to J ill on a warrant charging that he had f raudiilently obia:ned twenty-five dollars lrom J. W. fchides. It Is also stated that a dispatch v as receive,! here lesteiday lrom St. Louis, asking that Kyan bo detained lu cus.ody. The famous steamrr J-Vnn D. Porter, of yellow-fever record on the Mississippi and Ohio rivers, 'oundtd to the landing on Tuesdiy fcfternoon last Our loci was out on the blua ut ttie time, and saw the Porter miking a landing. Ha saw her alo In the ev:l days of Ai.gust when slw pasted up the river with her yellow-fever patients, on Tue-yday ede looked as gy and trim as if she never passed through the yellow-fever belt duflr.g the nlairue. An accurate hlttory of the yellow-fever trip of the Por ter, giving a.i ice limiting Uicuteuta, would be a If. Mb most fascinating and thrilling page of river history. Who will write it up? A youne trentleman reveral days atro asked his sweetheart to accompany him to the circus e should say menagerie and she at first h greed to. but alter the gentleman left she perhaps thought bet erjof It and sent a note declining tue li.vitation. The gentleioan. who had Imbibed rather freely, supposed his lady-love bad become off -nded .lth his breath, and therefore to cover up the mat ter, or rnt.ier to place the bUme, man Ike, upon the fair shoulders of his sweetheart, wrote a very severe letter to tire lady. The young lady answered by fencing him a package of candy, and now the young fr low is miserable because his friends call him sweet, oh, so sweet. The cae of the State r. Kobert Drury Is on trial before the criminal court The twelve Jurors were secured yesterday. This foreio n the examtna Ion of witnesses will commence. It will be remembered tbst Drury (.hot and killed his maternal uncle at a Poplar street boaidlnghouse, In January, 177. 'liHe the uncle was enjoying music In the panor of the boardlr.ghousc. The uncle bad been u deputy revenue collector, or deputy United S ale marshal, serving tirlu, etc.. near Paris Tennessee, and had excited the Ire of young Drury, h's u- phe, by some act looking toward the suppression c f wild cat Illicit distilling business, watch. It was charged, the Drurrs had been connected Kith. L'EKSONALS. Du J. I. White has removed to his new omce, 3X0 Main street Dk. rcri,EY D. Saunders, president of the board of health, has returned to the city from Nashville. Colonel, Jamfs D. Killebrew, State commissioner of agriculture, etc., Is sojourning In our city at present. Messrs A. Wktoiit, W. C. Folkes and L. E. Wright have formed a law partnership, and their oflice Is al 15 Union street Jcdoe James K. Bigklow, who has been IU with fever for several days at his residence on the Hernando road, Is much better, and Is recover ing. Captain Maccabe left on the Paducah railroad last evening to defend Joseph Devlnnev for the killing of John Harro d. The trial Is before inquire Alexander, near the "Point" on Wolf river. On Sa'urday wpek the election for floterial representative ror Shelby and Fayette counties will be held. Among these mentioned are Major Mac cabe. Judge T. W. Brown and Colonel George Phelan. It is said that Ed Neiderer has recovered from bis late sickness, which was brought on by yellow-fever preventives too freely used. This Is the first time we have known doctors to use their own prescription. Fukpertck Meter, a volunteer nurse, returns his thanks to the members of the Howard association, for tbelr many acts ot kindness to him durli g bis stay In Memphis. Mr. Meyer returned to New Orleans last night Another Valuable Hint Few, if any, proprietary medicines in Amsrica have conferred so great a boon on eo'eioty as Dr. C. M'Lane's celebrated liver piils hence imitations are being submitted for extra profit by many druggists. See that the doctor's name is spelled Lane, and the di rection wrapped inside are printed on water marked paper, while the pills are of a dark ish hue otherwise you will be duped with trash. JLoaf Cake, Witli Fruit. Two larjfe cups of powdered sugar, one aDd a half cups of butter, stir to a cream, five cups of flour, with three teaspoonfuls of Dooley'a yeast powder, one cup of sweet milk, half pound of raisins, two ounces of citron cut in small pieces, one grated nut rnefr, one wine glass of wine, one of brandy, eight tgfjs, add the flour with the milk, sugar and butter, the beaten yolkB of the egt'8, and then the whites well beaten, then the wine, spice and fruit; make this into two loaves; bake slowly one hour. A Crash in DresH Silks. MENKEN BROTHERS offer Colored Silks at 25 cents a yard; Colored Silks at 50 cents a yard; Colored Silks at 75 cents a yard. Trlmralnz Velvets. Silk Velvet?, all colors, 75 cents a yard; Corduroy Velvets, 75 cents a yard. Send For Sol. Coleman's wholesale price list of popular brands of imported. Key West or domestic cigars. Comparisons may save you some money. Address Sol. Coleman, Mem phis, Tennessee. The staunch aid reliable freight carrier E. O. Stanard, of the Kountz line of steam ers, will be in port and receive freight to K!ave without fail at 5 p,m this day. Ship ments solicited by r. p. glesn, Agent. Millinery. Mrs. L. Id' Anally, over 373 Main street, desires to inform her friends and acquaint ances that she is now prepared to furnish them with all the latest styles of millinery, at prices to suit the times. Couoir, hoarsei-ees, asthma, or any irrita tion of the throat or bronchial tubes, will be relieved by taking Dr. Bull's cough syrup. It hs core! thousands. Recommend it to your friend and neighbor. Your druggist keeps it. Price, 25 cents. The Fnn Commence m Soon. Ladies side-laced shoes only $ 1 2-5. Men's oil kip boots only $2 50. Boy '8 school boots only ft 50. Misses school shoes only $ I 00. Children's school shoes only 75 cent's. Gents' fine shoes only $2 00. Ladies' rubbers only 35 cents. 1G.00O pairs almost given away. Rauietu ber the place The Big Boot shoe etore, No. 314 Main etreet. Half a Million Cigars of all grades, iooo Packages cf Chewing Tobacco, oOO Dozen Pipes, For sale cheaD to dealers, at Harpmann & Bro.'e, 28G Main street. Call and examine. Abe you in business 1 cr yourself ? If you are, j ou want to have your health, so you can attend to business. If you are not, you want your health just as much. When you are "all run down, feel miserable and nave no anpe lite, you need toning up. To do Ibis there is nothing equal to Reed:s Gilt-edge tonic. It restores the appetite, purities the blood and stimulates digestion. It is pie-want and safe, ana its quality, purity and flavor are guar anteed. Great Retlnction. Only ten cents per pouad gime, fish, lake trout, fish without bones, from New York and Chicago. Oysters only twentv-five cents per cm Fridays, at Kan-ell's, 185 Main street. Cough, hoarseness, asthma, or any irrita tion of the throat or bronchial tubes, will be rolipvpll tiv fnlrinor f)r Rnll'a fVi,fVi Sl?.-r.r, It has cured thousands. Recommend it to your inena ana neighbor, lour druggist keeps it. rnce, uo cents. Floyd's Ladies' Restaurant, Enlarged and improved, No. 279 Main street Fresh Oysters and Celery Received daily by express at Victor D. Fucbs's, 39 and 41 Jefferson street. Men's custom boot and shoes told at En ures that heretofore would cot buy eastern worn, at juiuer s, zzi Alain street. Ladies' misses and children's button, front and side lace shoes, new Rtylep, at ad ministrator's sale of William Miller's stock of boots and shoes. A Chance. You have bat a few more days to make money buying shoes at the administrator's sale of boots and shoes.tt William Miller's. You Can Have Honey Every Month by buying your groceries on the co-operative plan at 2t Second etreet. Every body cn do it. ' Opisiox of eminent Dr. R. S. Steuait, president Maryland hospital, Baltimore: " " I have used Colden's Liebig s liquid extract ot beef and tonic invigorator for more than a year, and recommend it as one of the most efficient preparations I have ever met with. It combines the virtues of food and tonic in a remarkable way, and I am satisfied has saved life wnen no other medicine could do so." J. A Misnaiso. Received, daily, fresh oysters, frefch RsiL, gnnie and celery, at 273 Second street, oppo site Court square. HEAVY It A IN STOItM On the Atlantic Coast, Accompanied by a Disastrous Gale of Two Lay Duration Immense Damage t Troperty in the New England .States. Railway Washed up and Transporta tion Seriously Impeded Houses, Bridge, Etc , Flooded and Destroyed and Trains WrecKed, Etc. New ohk, December 11. The hravy rain storm the two last days cnutd much danruga In New England. Iu Philadelphia the loss Is seri ous, by tue ovrrilow of tue wua ves aud Iho Hooding of cellars. At ijcranlon the rivers and streams aie greaily swollen, and sbouid the rata couilnue. the mint, g ofteratl ns will be stool ed. The railroad and otner bridges throughout this Sate are threat ened by lha Uood. It rained tdesdily for full foity hour. HEAVY GALE ALL ALONG THE ATLANTIC COAoT. . New Yoke, December 11. A hfavy gale to-day i ll along the Atlantic coast, and very severe at Boston, ci 'iue damaue to shipping Is reported. The New York abutment of tho Barrett suspanstou bildge, at Pon Jervts. was carried away this morn ing; loss heavy. Hivor higher tuan it has been tor years. The freight train from Boston, with two en gines, wtnt Into the rlvtr near Wentwortb, New Hampshire, where the trestle was swept away and both badly wrecked. The bridg, s b lug swept away the wreck train cannot reach the disabled trains. At Ncrtu Adam. Massachusetts, the people had to abandon their homes on the river banks. TBAINS GENEBALLY DELAYED. PiTTSBCitci, Pa., December 11. Trains on most of the roads have been delased some by last night's storm, and the telegraph lines east ana w. st were prostrated by ihe wind aud hoavy tall of snow. NO TEBY SERIOUS CAT ASTROPH IE 3 YET REPORTED. Pittsburg. Pa.. December 11. Tfce se vere storm, which lasted lor tw days In this vicin ity, nas caused considerable damage, but no very serious catastrophe has yet been reported. It began to rain al eight o'clock Bund ay eveiilug, and rained almost steadily until three o'cloik luesday af.er iioon, when the tveaiher turned colder, und the rain changed to snow, which was vtry h-avy and wet This was followed by tilth winds. The ttorui was very severe la the mountains east of hen-. The principal damage In this vicinity consists of land slides and washouts ou the several railroad lines, which " have caused cjnslaerable co.iluslou and delay to travelers. Several detent ions a e reported on the Pennsylvania Central, and also on the Allegheny Valley. 1 rains on the westun roads are all running on time, A surtoui sm;i-,h-up oc curred on the Baltimore and Ohio r- ad su rtly be fore daylight this morning. A west bound fielgbt tratn Jumped tee track near Loiuhlm fetation and was badly wrecked, one of the brakesmen, named Fuller, was bulled under the debris, unit, wueu taken out, was found to lie badly hurt. The road was baoly blockaded at the wreck, and passengers compelled to be transferred all day. A heavy land slide occurred at Solio, on tho same road. B..th rivers aie very high, and portions of Pittsburg aie submerged, but beyond tee hooding of coll trs, no damage is leported. ERIDGES AND HOC3E3 WASHED Ol:r. Nojitiiampton, Mass., December 10. Mill river is higher than ever known before, fifty houses are flooded, ar.d tr.e dl'ie Is threatened. Tue water has backed up Into niL-iiy houses and factor? cellats. The orthamptou and Ne.v Haven railroad traca Is all washed away soutn oi Hie town or Wel shind. The Iron bridge In isoiitr.niotou ts swept away. Keports havo ucn re(V!V(jj of Kieat damage up tho river. Two Ice lions-, ot Hie Northampton lea company and tha lro:i bild-j cf Ilia Noilhanip ton and New Haven r;.i.ri..'id 1 .ne I.e. n swe t away. At Florence one Iron lal ige is gone, iu :tory property damaged, and tue mads v,ic.o--! away. At Lee :s the bridge is desitoted; ton. rj's li.oik and the old school building, occupied as a d -cl inghouse. me washed away; tnw o:o(m of tlie .M il River button comiiauy is unoermlrnd una iauM!-:ed. and the Emery wheel lartory wash- I out. The water swept aowu Main STieel at-st oying Uie load aad tilling it with rubbish and bridge planks. RAILWAY TRAIN WRECKED. . Rutland, December 11. Th'vening train from Boston du In Rutland at nine o'clock, ran Into a washout near Baitonsville. Thi tram was wrecked and E. o. Davis, brenvin, was Mlird. Christopher Bice, ba?gagsmaster, was bauly wounded; Albert Pratt, englneeer, wounded, nnd it Is reported that a lady passenger was killed. SERIOUS RAILWAY ACCIDENT CAUSED BY THK FLOOD. Concokd, !N. II., December 11. Tlie ex press train from Montreal ran Into a washout near (wall's Falls, severely Injuring tbe englneer.and the tender went down an embankment of one hundred aud fifty feet. The baggage-car stuck into a side washout und telescoped ih? passeneer-car fcuhlnd. beveti passengers, laa engineer and fiteinan were Sbve ely hurt No one kliieu. DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY nEAYY. New Yop.k, December 11. Dispatches from New England, Naw York State and Pennsyl vania Indicate mat the storm has baeu terrible arid the loss of property heavy The details are manger, as the telegraphic ooinuiunlc-'tllon ha-, been serlius ly Interrupted the greater part of the night A TILLAGE SUBMERGED. Brattlkboko, Vt., December 11. The lower part of this village submergO'l, and many families were removed lu boats to places of s ifety. A large three-story building foil Into tbe stream and was a total wreck. Tue ralu CJii'.lnues, ai d the Con necticut is rising rapidi. Serious damage to the hWhwats and bridges are reported lrom all quartets. MILLS AND BRIDGES SUBMERGED. Trenton, N. J., December 11. Th Dela ware river has not been S3 hLjh since lHtll. Fair street Is fljoded. People are moving out of their bouses, and the factories and mills along the river are submerged. YardUvllle bilda Is lu great dan ger. 830,000 IN ONE LOCALITY. Port Jervis, N. Y"., Dcernl 11. The damagd by the tlood along the Neverslnk ilver, In this vicinity, is about thirty thousand dollars. STREETS INUNDATED. Wii.kesbarue, Dc'cembr r II. R'ver street Is partly inundated, an-i the cellars of man sions ihsreon filled wl.h water. The citizens of Kingston weie obliged to build dams, to prevent a further spread of the river, vvuich now extends fr iu Wllkesbarre to the loimer piuce, almost a mile dls t int. CA.NAL BOATS, BARNS, ETC., FLOATING ABOUT LOO&E. Poughkeepsie, December 11. Between here and Phinbeck, on the east shore, ten canal boats lie against the railroad bank, ant floating about me river nre two barns and parts ot two huuses, the numerous bndies of dead horses and mules, hay, pork, hour, fifteen or twenty new sleighs, etc, THE FRESHET IN THE KENNEBEC. Gardiner, December II. Much dsmase has been done fiom the freshet In tbe Kennebec valley. Four bridges were carried away, and several Icehouses of the Gardiner let Jeompany nvre blown down. TJie water Is over the wh irves and In Ihe cel lars of the stores. The river is full of legs. GENERAL DESTRUCTION. Rokdout, N. Y'., December 1 1 . There is the largest and most damaging freshet In R milout and Ksoi-us creeks ever known. Five h iusos Iu E.l ayvllle lloatrd away and were destroyed. The schooners Kate and Marie, a number of sloops, barges and canal b uts, laden and l gU:. are either plied on the north and south dykes or sunk. The families In the houses west of the bridges were res cued in boats. Some lives are reported lost. Eso-puscr-.ek has I'anifaged Sangerties fifty thousand dollars. Six boats ami the steamer Marina weie torn loose and carried away. The Marina is nigh ou the Hats. The buikhe d of the dam on the creek was carried away. Much coal, lumber and wood has been lot Fears are entertained of loss of life on the boats carr ed out of Sangei ties creek. The en tire damage to Kingston, Wilbur, i (My villa aud Rondout, is roughly estimated at a half million dollars. LATEST DETAILS OK DISASTERS. Springfield, AIoss., December 1 1. There are several bad washouts on the Bosto-i and Albany railroad, In this vicinity westward. Last evening's trains In both directions ars stuck between Wtst- Deld and Ru-iseii. i here are no tialns v.e-t of this l1!r fin nwjtm.t ,,f u arf.uhi.u, fifi.ri fcr t,,-ty t.n feet do-p, oue and one-Half n lie Mis side of W'esr- neld. fcoire diitance beyo-id westrreld, about one thousand feet or both tracks are gene. At Rassell, two more sections, three hundred and two huurnvd feet are gone. At Ilunilouton, half of the iron bridge, one span of the li-jston and Albany lion bridge, a portion of the dam of Chester k Co . anil the ojlieof the Highland mills wete swapt away. Tna streets are like a riverbed. At W'eslileld, the loss is fully five hundred thouand dollars. Ihe dyke on the south side of Westrield river oversowed last evening and washed acrws Elm and throuixu Meado strets, cutting olf the central portion of trie town from the depot. At tho same time the dyke gave way a nnle west of the village, pouring water ell through lhat section from west to east. A struam across Elm street luns to-Digbt, ten feet deep. The buildings destroyed were mostly in me vicinity of Aim street in the direct path of the Hood. Steers .V. Turner's organ actsry on tbe east side of Elm street, r ear the river, was partially destroyed; loss fifteen thousand dol lars on the contents. Peck, ogtien & Co.'s vthlp factory Is also gone, lnclunli g Uieliilck storeroom; damage to stock nioi.e, l.-.e tl.oiis-tnd dollars. Leouaid At water's unixvupl d r.hlp-fattnrv. Pro vine's four-story brl: i LP ok .u d A n j's whip fac-to-y are all smashetl to pieces. T be iuasl cup man ufactory r f T. Sollt te, m-.- ril.e b'ilge, is gone and the material sea'. te ed co. ui i'i" streaiu; loss, live thousand uollnis. i tie P.ovlne block was worth one hundred tncu-ami m.iti. ino woortt,--; nhlp-factorles, ccupid ,s Pol.iimh H Cook and Edmund Cooper were sviept nway wl-h all their c-mter.ti. The Irnr-lc ot the North ampton and Ntw Haven nlitoul was In jured to the txient of t:v thtni.-and dollars. Within a quarter cf ainl'eof li ; cei.tf r of the vil lage numerous cw Rings were ta'eii olT. but ro lives were lot t Thehorrse occupied b; v. l!I ara Sack it was taken up bodily, nnd ettlel In a h le fifteen fe-t below the surface of the gnvintf. and the tamlly were cor-fined th re lor several SiMir. The west end ot tue dam ot Crane fro, rw - i-r-m.il, I i Latlo river, two miles east of .V'estlit.Id. was swept out. Thjre is great loss li the town by damage to the streets aad sewers. The river is new rapidly sub siding. Monticello, N. Y , D -ceraber II. Every brldse between here and Moncgup valley Is gone. 1 he Ho jd Is subsiding. AT VARIOUS OTHER P0INT3. White Hall, N. Y.. December II. A heavy freshet in this vlcmltv. and at TiRt,ndro? a large har wire store, W'iiiiam Hooper & Co.'s. was flooded, daiiiagli g most ot tbe stock. Twentr-five bridges that crof s Mlibrook river, between Mlnevi!l and Poit H-ri'y, were swept away. The Iron bridge Just north of Port H-nry, on ihe New York and Can ada ra lr ad, was wished away. At Ellzattethtown families were obliged to leave home, and m-my cat tle were drowi.ed. Harhisbuhg. Pa.. Dcembr 11. The lower e ound In the lower portion of the city. Inclul lng a number of the streets, are cornp etelv cov-e-ed with water, causing considerable clsties. Msnyrxrns are moving ihelr liousehnl 1 eC-ts to a i' lace of safety, a number of factories In the south ern part of the city have been compelled to shut dosa, owing to the h'gh water. Eraitleboro. Vt.. December 11. Yes terday's stotm and flood caused a geperal and wide-. spread destruction In this county. This town alone exceeds thirty thousand dollars. Northampton, Pa , Decmbr-r 11. A general sene of ruin Is presented throughr-ut this portion. Loss to the town of Williamsburg, twemy thousand dollars, aod that of Northampton, twelve thousand dollars. T-eseriont Inc ude tbe Indi vidual losses, which swell the total loss to hundreds of thousands of dollars. Albany, N. Y'., .December II. There is a flood In the river hete, and many cellars and bae-inent-i on the river frout are full of water. Much damage has been done. Compto.v. N. II., December 11. The freshet tntised damage In Compton to roads, bridges and mill property, amounting to many tnou sand dollars. Plymouth. N. fl., December 11. The water In tli Baker and Peraegwassett rivers Is higher thin known for years, aud has done a large amount of damage. The whole valley Is one sheet of water. Bellows Falls, Vt , December 11. The freshet has swept many houses away In this vicinity. Binghamton, N. Y., December 11. Both the Su-qtienana and Chenoogo rivers ate high er than sIiioh 1KH5. Families on Dlcklrisoa sUeet have limu taken from their houses lu bjats. WATERS STILL EI3ING. Lamuertville, N. J., December 11. Tbrea feet of wp.ter In M'Cready's paper mill; work lias b en suspended. At Glendon the Lehigh Is still rising, and tue people living ou the Huts have been coinpellej to move their houses.' TRAVEL SUSPENDED. Scranto.n, Pa.. December 11. Travel upon all the railroads enter Ingihls city Is Interrupted. At Portland. 1'erinsyivanla, lue tie 1 aware river has risen nineteen feet, ami a portion of the town Is In undated. jsumcAi,. 3Ieetios of tbe Homeopathic Commu nion to JKully Investigate the Orl Sin of the Yellow-Fever Epidemic. About the first of November the American Institute of homeopathy the leading society of this t-chool of meolclne In tbe woi id appointed a com mission of ten physicians to Investigate the late eploemlc of yellow-fever. This commission met on December 2d, In few Orleans, and spent a week ac tively engued in studying luto tlie recent visitation there. Its causes, etc.. and more particularly me treatment In Inalvtdual cases. A large number of reports were received by the commission from homtopathle practitioners residing In the cities of New Orleans, Mobile, Charleston. SavannBb, Vlcks burg, and other points visited. These reports showed a slnsular uniformity in the remedies used In tbe d ill-rent stages of the d sease ami the results produced. After the commission finished Us labors in New Orleans tue members separated, a portion going to Mobile and Savannah to continue investiga tions lu tuose places, and tne remainder proceeded up tne river to Vicksburg. und thence to Grenada, Jackson, Holly Springs aud Memphis. This branch of the commission, composed of the following phy sicians. Dr. J. P. Drake, of Nashvtle; Dr. W. 1.. Breytoale, of Louisville; Dr. W.H. Price, of Chatta nooga, and Dr. L. D. Morse, of Memphis, we e In the city yesterday, and had a preliminary meeting, preparatory to looking over the field here. It Is well known that the Wooawor.h commission, wblch re cently visited Memphis, took cognizance only of the causes and ot the means of preventing yeilow-fever, while the present commission, covering that gtouud as well, devotes especial attention to ths methods of Peatment and the success attending the Uillerent therapeutic means employed. Hallway KrjoIned. St. Paul. Minn., December 11. The St. Paul and Sioux City railroad to-day applied for a temporary Injunction to restrict the Chicago and St Paul company from taking po?seslon ot the prop erly claimed by both the companies, aud seized by tne latter. Tne Injunction was granted by Judge Simons, lute this afternoon. Ths Milwaukee com pany will nut obey, and the matter will be brought out In the courts. ADDITIONAL 151 VERS. CINCINNATI, December 11. River 26 feet 6 Inches and lading. Weather cloudy and cold. Ar rived: Mockdale, Pittsburg; Thomas w. Meaus and tow, Cumberland river. Departed: Thompson and Means, Pittsburg; Andy Baum, Memphis. ST. LOUIS, December 11. Weather clear and cool. River fallen lucnes; 5 feet 3 Inches to Cairo, Arrived: Hickory, Mound City; Co'orado. Vicksburg; Fearless and barges. Pitisbi.rg. Departed: Kettlur and Gold Dust, New Orleans; Po'ar star. Tennessee river: Ironsides and Ste. Genevieve, Cairo; Kinney, Memphis. EVAN'SVILLE. December 1 1. WeathT cool and clear. Mercury 85 deg. Rlv.r reslng, art feet 7-10 Inch by the gauge. to outslda boats. Vaugban Nonis's new w hai f boat la hi position ready tor busi ness. L0CA L NOTICES. W. Z. Mitchell's school, 233 Second st. Ask your grocer for Gaff Fleischman & Co.'s compressed yeast. A. & J. Ileilisers general agents. Parties can get their cakes ornamented in the most artistic 6tyle at Frank Pfister'e, No. 44G Main st.-eet. The plumbinsr and j?as-fittinor establish ment of J. W. X. Browne is now reeuiurly open. Orders promply attended to. , The handsomest and purest sugar toy ia Memphis can bo bought, at wholesale and re tail, at Frank PEster's, No. 446 Main street. Special a' fentiou paid to parties and wed dings, and all work in this lino will be done in a style that cannot be surpassed in Mem phis or elsewhere, at Frank Poster's, No. 446 Main street. To-lay MENKEN BROTHERS Two hundred silk and wool French Damassee dress patterns are marked down f 5 00 patterns formerly $ 10 00; $7 00 patterns formerly $15 00. The bargains cf the season. How to Spend Your Cash. If you want to put your cash where you will fjet the moj.t for it, patronize the Co operative store, 263 Second street. To the JLadleH! 273 Maijs. 272 Main, We have yesterday purchased from Messrs, L. Heilprin & Co.. of Louisville, Kentucky, their entire stock of samples of Fine Cloaks, Dolmans and Circulars, At an immense sacrifice, And will show them to-day on our second floor, at about sixiy cents on the dollar, ladies will please call and examine. II. BEJACK & CO., 273 Main street. 273 Main street. iCo. 10, No 10 for five cents. An elegant smoke at aoi. w:etnarn Ky West cigar store. What made him act so? Why, he tad fever and ague, and he Ehook so he couldn't keep his hat on. No wonder be acted M qucerly. But he is better now, a friond told him about Ueed's Gilt-edge tonic. He com menced taking a wuieahwsful three times a day, and beg in to feel better almost immedi ately, lly is now cured, and recommends Read's Gilt-edge tonic to his friends as an un failing remedy in all malarial disorders. We call attention to tbe display cf some recently received new patterns of fine mate rial at Wanamnker Kr Brown's, for suits to or-d- r, at $ 22. There are twenty-five new de signs now in stock. Yriiiteraore Uoeis. The above well-known hotel, at No. Ill Adams street, has been r fitted and refur nished "by Mrs. Jours. Good roouis and board can be procured bv all cue sts. Kerr (ooIs IV'ew Good. Just received by ;Eti nits, AirsTia & keeky, 323 Main street, Memphis. Boys' and children's suits, ulsters and ovcr coa's. New cassiuiere suits, and a full assortment of overcoats and ulsters for men. ;ow ia your time to buy Christmas prosents "cheap. Ui'.rr. inducements ctt'ored merchants in our wholesale departmect. Boys' boots as cheap as you want them at Miller's, 221 Maia street. Floyd's Candies Arc often imitated, bnt never equaled. Hmclce Hoi Colemnn's So. lO. For Upward of Thirty Years Mrs. Winslow's soothing syrup has been used for children. It corrects acidity of the stom ach, relieves wind colic, refeulates the bowels, rnrea duariitemt and Ainrrlteii whrdbpr nrin-ni from tc.'tluuf? or other cuuses. An old and well -tr:c -2 : f isedy. Ttcmty fite cent a battle ST FA 53 1 tO AT.S. FOR ARKANSAS RIVER. Memphis and Arkansas River Packet Co. For Pine Bluff. Little Rock and through to Fort Smith The eleg-u t passenger steamer Jrlnrlin i?el, rj w Leaves a- above on SATURDAY, December 1-iib. at 5 p.m JOHN N. HARBIN. Snp't, S'.vjVj Front st. J T. WASHINOi- 'N. Aeon. UK Lee Whartboat. LEE LINE STEAMERS. Home Packet for the Year. For Hel en. rlnrn l'otat aud. nil Plantation Laiadlnffff. The Fine Passenger Steamer gf.o. w. csieek:,s& Slack Leo rr aster Walker Outlaw clerk Leavts as above THIS DAY, December 12th, at 5 p.m.. piylug particular attention to all business In-tru-ted t ner care. For fulgbt or passage apnlr to F. M. VINSON. Agent FOR ARKANSAS CITY. Th Atlaat Line of f. H. Mall Psekets For Helena F'rlaM Point. Concordia Terrene, Arkansas Citv, Greenville and all way landings The superb mall and passenger packet Ouachita ISelle, Mark R. Cheek., master 1 A. L. Cummins. ..clerk Will leave Memphis regularly as above on MON DAYS and THURSDAYS, connecting at Arkansas City with the steamer Kaij dirt for Vicksburg. giv ing bills or lading to Delta and ail points on Yazoo river. Goods received at all times n levee. J. T. WASHINGTON. Agent, 22Mj Front street. FOR NEW ORLEANS. Memphis, New Orleans nnd Benrtu Packet for the Season The magnificent passen ger Steamer Golden Hul, ij Sblnkle mas'er I Shaw clerk Leaves for Vicksburg. Natchez and New Orleans on FRIDAY. December llilh, at 10 a.m. For freight or passage apply to R. P. GLENN, Agent KorKew Orleans and the He a An. The Splendid Steamer Comiuttiiwealtli, ZSn George Corvell. master. Will leave as above THURSDAY, December 12th, at 10 a.m. AD STOrtM, Superintendent. J. T. WASHINGTON, Agent, R, K. Le Wharf ooat For New Orleans and the BrnitK.-The Staunch and reliable Freight Carrier steamer E, O. tanuardf D. Haney. master. Will arrive this erennlngand leave for New Orleans. THURsOAY, December 12. at -ip.ni. Shipper Kill govern theniselves accordingly. It. P. OLKNN. Aet FOR LOUJSVILLE AND CINCINNATI. 2fciuphtM and Ohio Itlver Packet Co. For Lo iisvllle and Cincinnati. Visit Shinkle, 8. M'Intyre master I J. A. I.lndsey clerk Wlil leaves as above, on MAIURDaY. Decemoer 14th, at B p.m. For 'reiunt or passage, apply to R. W. LIGHTBUUNE, Superintendent. No. 7 Montoe- St., opp. Peaoody Hotel. Far ('alio, Hvnnnvtle. I.outHVllln and f ilnoinnatl. The Southern Transportation . Co.'s Superb Steamer Alfred Stein, master. Will leave O'eun's wbarfbost as above. THURS DAY. December 12. at R p.m. For freight or pas sage apply to R P. GLENN. Agent, at Wharfboat FOR CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS. ir. H. Noll For 0ecla. ew sf ad rid Hickman, Cairo and St Louis The Steamer rrmcl Tower, George Lennox master Leaves Lte Wharfboat, FRIDAY, Dectmber luth, at 5.p.tn. AD. STOPM. Superintendent. Lee wharfboat FOR VICKSBURG. For iririirg mit nil the lienUis. The solendld steamer City of ilrleiiti, jfii l n. M'Kee master Will leave Lee Wharfboat, FRIDAY, December 13th, at 10 a.m. AI r-irtittVf. Sunerlntendent. Lee Wfiarfboat FOR OSCEOIJK.. Regular Trl-weekly Mall Packet for Randolph, Fulton, Osceola anil all way landings, The elegant passenger steamer Osceola fiKelle, J. G. Andrews Master I B. O. MltcheU Clerk. 1 eaves Memphis every MONDAY, WEDNESDAY and FR DAY, at 0 p.m. F'or freight or passage ap ply on Ivard. FOR RIVERTON. I'nr Kiverlnn and Wuy -andieas Clt. l?ens- Memphis and Vicksburg Packet Company Tht) elegant steamer George llaloae.... master Jno. Gwnthmey clerk Win leave as above every MONDAY and THTJBS DAY, at 5 p.m. For freight or passage, apply to B. W. I.IHHTBUBNK, General Freight Agent, No. 7 Monroe street, opposite Pea body hotel. FOR WHITE RIVER. Regralar Independent 31 -mnhis and White River Packet or Augusta, Jacksonport Searcy, and way points. The regular Independent CASH, ED. C. POSTAL Master, Will leave Memphis ua every THURSDAY, at S o'clock p.m. For freight or passage apply to B, W. LI3HTBTJRNE, No. 7 Monroe st, Oi'p Peabooy HoteL H. P. GLENN, ou Whartbont 5IIL.T HARRY LINK. Memphis W hite lliver and UlaeK Itlver IT. nail Packet. For Indian Bay, 8t Charles, Clarendon, Deval's Bluii, Des Arc. Augusta, -iHCKscuTiort, Wast point, Searey, Batnsville, PuhiuUiu, and Pocahontas. The now stoamet ' Soste Harry. Syi M. R. Harry, captain. J D. Moore, clerk. L-itves Memphis on and after November 2d. every BATUHDAY. at 5 p.m., connecting direct with the new B ack river U. S. mall packet MiLT HARRY for Fowba tan and Pocahontas, and with Duily Packers to BitesvLle aud l'pp?r n hiw river. Through rates to all points. Freight consigned to Milt Harry Line, Memphis ot Terrene will be promptly forwarded. J. T. WASHINGTON, R. E. I.ee Wharfboat. MEMPHIS AND WHITE RIVER Independent Tuesday Packet. FOIt WHITE and LITTLE RED RIVERS, Helena, Terrene. Indian Bay, Et Charles, Crockett's Bluff, Mount Adams, Clarendon, Levall's Bluff, I es Arc, WEtiT PC I XT, SEARCY, AIG18T.1 Newport Jacksonport, Batesvllle, Powhattan tad, Pocahontas The elegant sldeviheel oieamer KEI WOG, John B. Divls master-Ed. W. Crowell clerk Leaves Memphis EVERY TUESDAY, at 5 O'clock p. m. Through rates to nil points. .1. T. WASHINGTON. Agnt. M. B. TREZEVANT. nCNSDON CAKY. Trezevant & Cary, NOTAiUES, COMMISSIONERS. U. S. Commissioners ar d Con veyancers. No. H MALiIsON ST.. have returned, and are ready for business. tui ' nmrupt atten tion to all matters Intrusted to me. Chancery Sale of Ileal Estate. No. 2HH5 Chancer? Court of Shelby county Wm. SL Butler vs J. M. Walker et aL BYvlrtuoof an Intcrlorutory decree for sale, en tered In the nbove cnuse cn tliopthdyot July, ix"8, I will sell, at public auction, to tne highest bidder. In front of the Cleric and Master's oltlce. Courthouse, Memphis, Tennessee, on Hoturdax, December T, 1S7S, within local hor.rs, the following described property, situated In Shelby coun y. Tennessee, to-ltr a oei. Uln 1 1 In the Butler olvlslon ot the city of Mem phis. In Block No. 7 twin Lot No. 14. as designated ou Williamson's map of tn. city, bounded as fol lows. twlt: Biglnnli g on the west side of Causey streef.about one honored and eighty feet north ol Calhoun t-treet, at tbe southeast corner ot a lot sold to Wm. T. Hines in July. 1X72; running thence south with west s'de or Causej ti-w-t sixiy feet to the northeast corner of tot No. ; thence west One hundred anil eutty fet. to a stake; therca north sixty teot to said Iline.'s 'c-utli ooundary line; thence OJJt wi;b said line lo Causey str et. to thebegmnlng. TLRMs Of SALE- On a credit of six months pu'eaaser to execate note with aprnved feetuity, with lien reiulued on proper y. to further secure Dur chase money. Equity of redemption barrtd. No-venibe- ll.l -7K- E. A. COLE, C. and M. By E. B. M Uenry, D. C. an.l M. Minor Meriwether, hc. lor Compl't. tu Havana Royal Lottery. Extraordinary Drawlnj, Deo. 2i, 1878. ONLY OO Tickets: fl. .0.000 In Prizes, with a Capital Prize of -i0.ix. Kuil In formation g ven an I order filled by F. MAS1CH, General Agent, New Or lea ns. Louisiana. Bowdre, f.l'Clellan TAVE theU COTTON OFFICE and WABEH0TTB3 oin, and are preparej to hocdla cotton and ad vance on shipments. Office. 28tf Front street Wit. FRANK. OHRISTMA RY 600 OS! Wm. Fran 249 MAIN STREET, MEMPHIS Beg: to Inform their Friends, and the Fnb'Ic (Jenerallr, r.f the revision in Prices or 1K U00D3. Uar whole Mock or CHOICE FANCY DRESS GOODS Seduced to nearly HALF PRICE. A Mce Line or Black Embossed Clotlis for Overdresses, At Less than Cost of Importation. BLACK CAMELS HASH CLOTH NEW, AT 81, W0KTII 81 50. BLACK CASUMEKE CLOTH, Silk and Wool, New, at $1. A New Line of BLACK ALL-WOOL CANIIHKKKS, 38 inches wide, from 50c upward. Color and (Quality tJuaranteed. THE CHOICEST DOLMANN, exact copiesof French Patterns, at Cost of Material and Trimming. Handsome CLOAKS, for Ladies and Children, proportionately low. LADIES' and CHILDREN'S HOSIERY, in Wool and Cotton, in New and Elegant Designs, at Prices beyond Competition. A LARUE LOT OF CHRISTMAS iOODS, SUITABLE FOR THE HOLIDAYS, VERY LOW. WM. ERMK & CO, 249 Hail Stmt Joha Mteele. XV . J. OHN STEELi Cotton Factors and Commission ilerchants. Xo. HOH Front Street. C37 LIBERAL CASH ADVAXCKS HAIIII OX COTTO.V.3 ASDBEW HTKWART. AXDREW I. GWTKSR, P. II. HAVI.K.V. Sew Orleans. lltaiihls. yienphls. BTBW1RT, 0WTNNE3 00. WHOLESALE GROCERS. COHON FACTORS Nos. 35G and 358 Front St., Memphia, Tenn. -AXI) Stewart Brothers & Co., Cotton Factors and Commission Xez?cLxuits. New Orleans, Louisiana. 31. Gavin. John H.Nalllvan, M. Gavin & O Oa Wholesale Grocers. Cotton Factors, And Commission 3reliaiits, 232 Front Qtroot, 2WToxn.rIijs, "3?onxi, Beiweta Adimi udJelftrson. MAJOR T. J. COWGILL devotes his wbole time to the WeipMnn nml Sale of all Cotton intrusted to Cur our charge. We nave our own Cotton Warehouse, corner Washington and Second. Wholesale Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Hats. SS69 Slain st . (Opposite Conrt Nquare) Seniplii, Tenw. ALL orders from country Merchants entrusted to my care wLl be Oiled wllh promptness and at the Lowest Market prices. D. T. PORTER, W. F. nfiDTFD TSVI on run i en. i a i luii ai AX1 Ho. 300 Front Street Rptypfn IvfadUow nnd Hfoiifoi TrTpmpblw. Ten n FUL1EH BURTON (SrtrESOBS TO SLEDGE, McSAX & CO.) rocers, Cotton Factors And Commission Merchants, 371 and 373 Main stroet. Jflessipliis, Tenn. TOY At Wholesale, Wheeler, Pickens &Co O 348 Main R. L Cochraa 8. A.tllatetier. L Cochran li Co. BASIFACTCBEKH OF Lumber, Lath Doora. Hash ana Blinds, and all kind ofEParkins' Ones. Office and Yard, root of Washington sU Saw and Flaninj Mills, Xcrlh rtxl.V&Tj Yd. Jlemphls, Tennesf. J. H. M'DAVITT. a M. STKATTON. STRATI iiavk i:eoieki with a i'Kksji striiY or FINE STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, SCOAB, COFFEE. FI.OUU, 2EK.TH, l.Ai:i, 15TC. Oar BrBnAii.f Floor: Th. KIdr. White Ewnn. Our Engl". Oar Gold r.i-(. . ; r.H"n Fionr, Se'.f UlsUitf Buekwbear. Charm Baking Powilers. Cbeesd huU Ciuckrra; alc. K-- . 1 Dviuta.li: Canned Goods, ttjnips, Molasses, Cheeso, Crackeis, Hitlsius, Nui?, I iu u-, ttc No. 281 MAIN STIIE-4T, XIEiftVJJJLS, TEaK JULIUS KUnN, Late ot Menken Bros. FANCY SOODS! etiaae. V. W. Ward. Tbos. Clark. 51. J. CI arfe. TAYLOK. O. W. MACRAE. txt Street. 31. A, Corhrarr. and Shingles J. K. DCN3COM3. 9. H. DL X5COM3, J3. s