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THE MEMPHIS IXAJLuY .AJPiPIEL, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1S7S.
Al'CTION HAMX FJF1Y BARRELS FLUL'K, HKTY BOXE CHEESE AT Al l TIO.V. UV A. K. til lMilXi. t l.) Slila Mtreel. i iny HoMdini. THH .. DAY M ik.MSU AT TEN O'CLOCK i'W CHU03S0S! CUKOXOS! wholesale at'.d Retail, by A. K. V H. A X K L. A . 1. Nlrrrt. 'liy Hnllillnr. red bull, one honi Mralgtit, the other I m itK.i'iKoiit to the stiil: Nu the horn, cit!y hii'r. Iit.jutn iiT I'rrtnn tre-t. MHAYF.I) Jlt STOLKX. 7-. )vr6". P .et .r t;ti! la Ihe Navy Yarn, a meoium bnr mar mule, about tl year old; no in. irk". W e will Itberuliy reward any one returning tne ntinj 10 us at LouMvme ueticv SIKMIHI3C1TY TKANSKER CO. TAUE-A llir.nl bay medium sire mure, In . L 1:0. 1 order when Ktolcn: Terr thick through in 1 iw-t ana Willi vprcli on laws; on lei 1 sum svv tr.it inara. icwmti'n aoic that bare healed up. c 11 - it by b ,d bUKl; latirw eyes. I' n small near on lir,-.'. l nnil Is a due hlixxled Utile mare; wont work in l in li in': will kick had In harrier: a oatural roadster and rldeit well. S10 reward will be paid fur li-r return to Tnomas clamell. four and a half mllunn il"t Hl trn man. TAKES UI, d HIW-A litrir Btze tn!ni eow, with a alt moMtiv olil, which Ihe owner can have hj par- M14 cbawtt una Lrovtittf (roprtj'. lo.aa.Boyae, coi nr-i'. H invrfiiM. two mlits f.nm city. AM) ItOAUD. "T"' ! UHNIHED roorrs at lOrt Court street; also, I l arlor fl n r. i M.S and board at 41 Shelby street. Refer- .1 V e euce required. "IH RNl-.P.ED K KMS J" nit . I Urtmn strt. -With board at low tates. I'Xt'ELLENT BuAKTt At itrt Monroestreet. only J j ij Pluck frum Penbody Hotel, Hoara ana ImUUu S i per weeie way rxiiim per wee. i to'iit.'inif plinan hoard at No. lift Union street " T HtoiiM I urn is lied and unfurnished. Day boar.l'is wanted. r M wo Unre front rooms, with reasonable board at 1 4s i Main stieet. "ITM'.iNISHED and unfun-Utbed rooms wlih board, A' at 121 Comt dreet. I OOM3 Nice furnished; excellent board at Tory XV reisonable terms, airs, lopping, n.i Hernaiiuo, fiKST-CLAS-J rorniv with or without beard. TVmi very mod'-rat-. No. it4 Mulberry. A T ILLINFHY-Fresh stock of UlIMnery fioods I and r.xlurea for same, lncliullng rive splend.d lio c ise. Cheap, Afllre, M. Perdue, U15 A'aln. T WO No. 1 MnKCows, at No. 113 Union street, SAMUEL BOGER3. G 1 KOt'ERY Comer Ciusey aud PoDtotoc streets. OoliiK a Rood bunlnewi. JAMFi KK1LLY, Executor. A CAR LOAD of Good to choice Milk Cow, at a fru.n 5 15 t.' $40 tacli. Would like to lot them oil 0 deleis. visit or addiess J. B. (STUFFING, NVar Brick Church, Chelrea. I 1TTLK ROCK business property for sale. The I J beat vacant c rner business lot for sale, on terms to cult purch!ftr. Apply to THOMAS LAEFERTT, Little Bock. A onr-half Intereit In the Chickasaw Billiard J V. Parlor, corner Main and Monroe streets. In built" ot K CONVKHSE, ia Main slret-t. ( OOD CHANCE New two-etory bouse, seven 1 rooms, gut andcttm; ?2tH); SoOO cash, balance t:i4 per month u.'.til Laid for. Address H. PI N K. el'y. QTCK K AND FIXTURES Of ret til grocery. Aailress, S i APLE, Appeal ofnee. N.- New ilns. Aveiy make. H. DOW, 210 Front street. "IDRICK Shipped cheap by river or railroad. Leave Jl t onirrs at Julia A. uenie s, U;i mini srreeu Lar?e concessions will be made on orders for irood Siliiinnbruk, bailable for cnlmneys or sett inn Holl ers, ef. O. H. F. PIPER. FIVE Hundred Thousand heait hand-made si Inuies, wry low. at R. L. cocr.ran Co's. TTAI.l'J S4FE, Sh-lrtnff and Counters of Her- XJ. is & Ilro. ir.!t Bai;ain. Apply to LEE HEK.Oii, 258 Main street. "T .1HICK -cneape t In at Link's yard, corner Orleans and Heurxia streets. '"!."' SARD CONCERT HARP Double action. BV2 l ootivts, hiijhly flnlslied. One S I El N WAY and to other T ojtave Pianos, all scmi-hand, extieine ly low f.trca-li. E. W1T7.M ANN & CO. rpHE MEMPHIS CoTTON GIN-Havlng two L Chumplon Hiid one Aveiy filn, engine, eic , all In complete niniiliiR oider. Apply to J. D. Danbury, surviving paituer of 3. A. Greene & Co., 202 Front street. . TATUiid Two lartre Italian marble statues; one, " termed "Reii.embianoe." represtuts a woman entwining Cotters Into a wreatb; the second, "Alleis-II- n." reree-serns a woman scattering (lowers over a Krave. For particulars and price Inquire o' Vincent iio lii, southeast corner Vt'a-tilcfrton and Front sta. 1 WARTS. WAITERS- Two good waiters and one chamber maid, at 40 .leiTerson. s EAUsTltrS:! txp ilriiucd nurse and washer ati'l lr nir, at vhk vanre slreet. V SERVANT OIK' White (Oerman) preferred. Apply. 2i'f Poplar street. LW AN r to buy or rent a flrst-cl-tss river plantation A litres, "CASH," care Appeal. 1 IHL To da veneral bou-ework, at 4w Jefferson 1. 1 St., c:r. Second; also. half-prown girl. I 'MM&L'ATKi.Y -A goodaress maker, L V mce streer. MRS. M. I. at No. 72 UREEN. TI.VVEU-A o-d Tinner Apply lo P. B. Tipton fujii of Oaale street, at the landing, uood w ies aiid steady employment. SITUATION By joung man with a reliable wholesale bouse. Grocery preletred. Can con trol cotton and trade. Best of reference given. Ad dress. B. . HILL. Trinity, Alabama. BY A Teacher of long experience, a situation eiibrras Principal or assistant. He would tjHi-h In an established Institution or organize a :s'!i ol whi le needed. His (I'lalltl-a'lons embrace 1'ie usual English branches; ulso, Latin and Greek. tllKhrst testimonials cin 1 fun lsbed and the best relrrriicei. Aiklrrss, ' H. 11. V.." this office. DUKS.SM AKKKS-To first-class. At Miss A. A. WALL'S. Hi Pot.Ur Mrett WANTED A manufacturing firm wants a busi ness man In Memphis und Iji every city mot already tiikt ii), to reprtseut them. S20'ito $-400 ii-cesssry to piy for gxxls on delivery, alter he Das obtained otdorslo'the fame. 5150 to $200 pel month ml nuili'nl In a leKltimate, permanent busi ness. Money absolutely ureurat. Tne most Beiicb tufi lnvesllijittloii solii Ited. F. K. VAIL & CO., 17l Mild US Levonslilie Slie-t, BPS'on. Mass. A tr;h :n girl who desires a good, permanent J. . home; a:so a good cook, wa-her and lroner. wa-ner and troner. Lock Box 14, Holly 4ivHll Wa-S, Adutess "S," Springs. Miss. rUl'LOYMENI Anency of the Ladles Christian J'j As .s'H'latlon. Iielp, white or colored, who can brii g references, can tint! good s-tuatlons by up Idyimr at tlie Intelligence OMice. 15S Main. SITUATION In a Grociry or Commission Rouse by a rellaMejoung man. Rrferences. Address, Mj. E. L.." Appeal office. rREsSMAKKIt and t UTTER of ability good i-alury to competent pet son. Addi ess A. B A ppC.ll HiC A SITUATION By a young man in a furniture or shoe house, cr In uny capacity where a faith lul man could be usetul. Addiess, J. G., this oBice. B OOK KErFEit- Position as Book-keeper, by a Gi-rmun. Eulish, rauish and hreiicli. First-class irterence. Address, "11. 1L II P. O. box 270, kwi'ievl lie. Ml.eourl. FOB HEAT. DWELI.l.Nii3 Two brick dneltlrgi. Nrs. 4U aud ( Market street. Apply at 51 llarket- ri'HK well-known place of K. E. Plelt, below Fott X Pltkeriiig, Is now for rent Some 25 acres, a new two story dwelling, (.tables, hot-b;d sasbes, and Jill conveniences en a tirst c'as vegetable farm. i.K It'.E BORNEU, Administrator. iri.KNISHEDROOM At 2.4 Third street ITU RMSHF.D ROOMS-Wlth or without boanl, 1 No. 2W Thud streeU HARM A fine Fruit Farm and market garden j liven lent to city, on good road; excellent or clurds and ri no-yards In bearing; good Improve ments; l.uid In ., nt-rate condition. Apply to iT' UAKDNER. 254 fecond street. HOUSK A n'cely furnlshi d house In a central portion of tue city, for furnished rooms. Must ba all nnxlem lnipiovemeula. Apply to 1, D. Conaway, K M.-dtson. rpwO-STcRY brick lesldence, H rooms, In perfect L repair. WSi Poplar street. DJi. YOORHIE3. VT EAT COTTAGK A ed. 2-l Main -fi.'t Exjuangi" street etend Sireet. s I I RM k B IRtCH. DWELLINii 21 1 Hernando St.; Cottage on X. cuaiige street exunced. Apply at -'.tl Main tneL STURM & ElHSCH. j"(l'Tiii-Mi. 422 Court tre t extended, wlijj 5 ro ins. kitchen, guoil thlrrn and hydrant In yard; ail convenient; oulhouses and tarjje garden i, ;t k-nt h'.n per month; apply on premises. pilE" reddendo of'F.ll Ryrier, at Gill's Station, X Memphis and Ci.aile.ston rail roan. 3 mlies from the city. i!ous contains nine rooms, nUi IH acres of laud attached. Aply to W. H4YNF.R. 2ii Main street. I AKGK Rooil lo oue or two single gentlemen, J J without boanl, one lat room, nulurnlsned; with e it and tout 11 w .ndows, ga aud grate; family prlv-te. Apply at 2dt Third strtet. b :RMSiTED rooms tor rent, single or In suit, at reasonable rates, ht oi8 4Ia;n street, near Union. Re.'eience r-ju'red 11 ul-sK -ifco tt KltUitrd 1 bca-uliitbouse. cr.r. Mad! l.ouse In cuy fur a cr.r. Madison and Third. Ar piy to R. W. HA'ihlJ. MuL SlorngeCo ,e'2Q Main st. VjKWLY tl'hNis-UrD ROOllS-Cheup to gen- tlemen. ew pn--R tionse. 34 Mulberry street. BtiiCi. U jLe,E A very desirable brick residence, ftiridsu-d ir not. the rent taken in ellbor voard or In mouy. Pi?mLses In tine onler. Loca tion. t.eli;iiooihuui, etc, the best. Call at 17U t nlcn street. T00S1S Kuxulsued or uurunilshed, XV AliadAJUHZ ETBKJJT. I'Olt HAI.K OK F.XtHiXir. rpHK SPENCER PUCE, en Vollenllne avenue, A two and one-half lulles from Court Sijuare, containing ten acres; five acres orchard; house con tains 10 rooms; aUo cistern; tr- oil oiitlulldlng. Apply on the pirns- H. W. sPENCf.R. LUHT. tTTER BITCH-On fwcember 12th. a small while setter bitch, lemon-ticked, with blatk hairs on eilite of ears. A Uoetiil reward lor her re turn to 51 Market. T TUESDAY. :td Inst., abou; 12 o'clock, an oil cloth suit, wltu some magazines rolled In them. The finder will pleas leave them Ht the Ap peal oHlce h. L. W'OOLFOLK. M l), IOLD LOCKET Strawberry shape A suitable T reward If returned to 14 Mln street l'EKSOXAI... HIGHEST ca-h prices paid for second-band clothing, cai pets and jewelry at Philip Simon's Beale street, tirders prvinplly tilleniled to. M EWBORN, DENTIST, JJ4 MADISON STREET. rR. WM. A. CAR-iWELL, No. 27 South Court, iJ n near Mam. onice hours: It to lo a in., 1 to 2 mldd-ir. and 7 to H o'clock p rn TR3. C. O. VALLENTINE will ci nt'.r.ue the Sew -A-L Ing-Machin- bulnes al olH Main street, loi the present. Machines will be repaired promptly. (r A. FEl'ERSTACKE. f.l-no and oran tune, and repairer, at WITMANN'S. 22 I Se-onri. AJ11SEJ1K41M. KUPHIM THEATER. 1IAYF.Y Jk BBOOUK : : Proprietors MONDAY. DECEMBER 9TH, Every evening anrlm thA weelr. Mdl (U tbo SATURDAY MATINEE, will be produced the .'great emotional play by the authors of the Two Orpbans, entitled, A CELEBRATED CASE. Under the auspices of Shook & Palmer, Union Square Theater. N. Y., J. W. Collier. Manasrer, Supported by a company of unusual excellence. NEWSCESERY AND APPOINTMENTS! NEW MUSIC. Elaborate Toilets by Launette. Reset ved Swats fur sale at Holler berg's Music Store. WASHINGTON VAHII'.TIFH, 18 WASHINGTGN STREET. The Place of Amusement for the People. A fcJrnnd Vaadevllle Entertainment Msbtly. Popular Prices of Adm'sslon. Fee Programmes. 2000 bxs JCild Clieeyp, Factory I'rices, freight added 500 bxs Cracker?, Factory Trlcfg, freight added, 1C00 bxs Fancy and Stick Candy, Factory Prices, freight added, 50 Bairels Atxorc's Jlluce Meat. 100 Half-barrels At ru ore's Mince Meat, 1000 Buckets Atmore's Mince Meat, (5 to 50 pounds.) Factory Trices, freight added, 500 Barrf Is Silver Moon F'lour. 100 Helf-barrels Silver Moon F'lonr. 100 Barrels Plant's Extra Flonr. 50 Barrels Jack Frost Flonr. 500 Barrels) Different Grades Flonr. 200 Brls Silver Moon and Pearl Meal. 1000 brls Apples, Fine for shipping. 500 brls Fine Early Rose Potatoes. 100 brls Oranges. 200 brls Fresh IS. Y, State Buckwheat. 7000 Cases Salmon, Sardines, Canned Tomatoes, Peaches, Pickles, Etc, LOCAL rAKAUKAPllS. A Celebrated Case at the matinee and the theatrical performance to-olght. Cloudy, but warm and moist weather prevailed yesterday. This Indicated rain. me receipts ot CDtton contmua to in crease. v hat to do with the cotton lu the city Is the question. As Christmas approaches the sonor of the bacchanals will be: "We're all nogglng.egg egg-nog- gmg," etc. Ihe caeea ot Kvao. th booms insurance sgei.t from St. Louis, will be heard by Esquire VJigiey to-aay. Robert Burns's nr.ir'versarv will b"? dn!v celebrated in this clt? by ihe St. Andrew's society on ineeigotnoi January ilex . Many of those who are now 8ufterinfr from co us are imbibing freely or reach and honey. A bad excuse Is better than none. J. V. Fatrick & Co.. of the Star arm which was destroyed by fire yesterday, will be ready ior ousiness on aiouuay next as usud. The fifteenth of the uresent month, sava the Ytcksburg Herald. Is the last day In which to pay iruue aid county tuxes wlihoul damages. The city council net last nieht. trans acted business, and adjourned to meet again on the mgm 01 ice nisi weauesuay m January next. The testimony closed in the bob Drury murder case at tbe criminal ourt yesterday after- rtoon. 1 nis morning arguments 01 counsel will be neaiu uy judge nay and tne jury. eater lay and up to twelve o'clock last nUht nine arrests were made by Ihe o!ice. and were registered ns follows: Six drunks, Lewis Brown auu uus nenry, larceny; jsnza Moody, lniantlcide. Colonel.). B. Oden. Reneral ticket and freight agent of the East Tennessee and Georgia rallioad, and the Memphis and Charleston rallrotid. is in the clly on business connected with his great ruuies. The G.itherma of the Lilies, Little Stay al-ll'an acd The K'iq yir tire three of the line-t specimens or artistic art ever puD lsh"d. As a Chrbtnms book they are unexoelled. Mil.nord bus mem now tu siock. Ths tirst catch of shad of th.9 season cren- erany occurs at savannau, GeoriiU. Yesterday a barrel of the lirst ratch of the sc:tsoti w;uj received here by Gas'on. The shad Is 0110 of the delicious n.-u 01 me soutnern waters. Father Walsh, Catholic priest, of Knox vine, Tennessee, has been ordered to Memphis. ,o fill the vacarcf cati.-ed by the death of Father aieagner, tne lutier gentleman bv!i.g lost his life inning me ytnow-iever epidemic. To-day, at the Shelby county circu't court, argument cf counsel will be heard In the mandamus cases ot farrlngton and Lake .. the City, wtiereln Ihe plaintiffs seek to compel the el y to levy an additional and special mandamus tax. Suiciding; is the latest style or method of ge.tt ng out of trouble Introduced Into this city The msn who Introduced It lesterday hulled from N.;sh vllle. It Is to be bopsd th t it wi.l not become sn epidemic, and that It Is neither contageous u.ir Infec tious. J. i). Allen was brought before the United States commissioner on a capin. charging him with dealing lit litimrs, tobacco, cigars, etc , without a license. Tee deieiuiaiil gave bofd to an swer the tndiciineLt which had been totind against him by the jury. The Oxford Falcon is an extrnsively cir culated and ably conducted p'lper, published In one of the best towns in Mississippi. The editor, B. Patton Munay, Is uow In Memphis on bui.:ess for his 1 aper. and be desires the patronnge of cur mer chants, his Influence always being exerted 1.1 their behalf. The Chicas-o lailifl are empliyed in numberless branches of business. They preside over cigar stores, at the restaurant oflice desks, as telegraph operators. In dry goal's and other stores, and as newspaper writers and reporters. In Mem p.'.ds but few ladles are employed In trade outside of nuiiliLfcry stores. Ouite a large audience of outsiders at tended the genual council nieetlnp. held lit night -but why is the yutstlvii. Why, of course, to hear General Tracy's second maiden peoC: In the counc I chamber. His srcli was stcrt. Lu". tlo quent. He moved to adjourn. The motion was car ried unanimously. Chancellor M'Dowe.ll delivered bi opin ions In the fohowinc cai-es yesterday: Wlginns tu. Robinson. On de oiidani sniol'ou tolncreass bond, order modified allowing the comi iaii!,i, ou bis own application, to muke a deposit In couit. sa;r s. bant of West Temies-ee. Petitioner Taylor not entitled to fc;l.I aVred for upon grounds set forth In opinion. A man from Illinois, in searib of emble ment, a lew days since wrttea postal-c trip to" a LotW keeper In this city In the following style: "I write to see If you nea-1 a DIuIiik room Stewart lU'ad water). I c?.u lcmish good reeermend:itlon. Chi cago, let me know lr you vrork girls or bojs In the tuning room and what you wiu glr me a month and If Jon cn furnish me a faie from her to j;.-em-pbis then you ccn take It out of my month wiigera etc." Sly Picture Story Iool; in Pr"e and Pottnj. "or the little ot.es. Ed'ted by Uncle Har., Pur.lUhed by J. u. L'nnlncou &. Co., Philadelphia. J'enusylvuila. The I'liyn- ic. A picture and story b ok for boys ano girls. Edited by t:n;!e Herbert. Published vy J. B. Llpnlricoic t Co., Pulladeipi.1;, Peiin)lv. iila. The ebove story books for Utile folks are most attractive. nd de-eive general clrcu UUjn dorlng the Chrlatmas hu'ildii. T!l;V can be found Ifr saie at all leading bookstores. Come from whore U-.ec may, ail i-ulj' c singers must take Italian name, wuit h s.x fonued In various was; as, tor Instance: Madame Albtni. rom the place where she had resided, Albany. A NEW. lifer, Flirt Co later Instance Is Slgnor Broccollnl. named In toe sauie way from Brooklyn. The droll part of this nnme Is that broccolLnl Is, as correctly defined by Webster, "a variety ot the common cabbage," and so brocoollnl Is a little common cabbage; or, as we may understand a small singing tailor. Chancellor M'Dowell, yesterday, modi tied the lnjunctl n In the case of yulnn m. Qulgley, ordering that uton bond In the penalty of five nun died dollars being executed by the complainant, that an Injunction issue restraining Qulgley from placing any process In the hands of any other officer than the said Qulnn. wuen the said yulnn Is ready n. id willing to execute the same, and especially In the hands of said Garvin. Being In substaocs to the effect that defendant, Qulgley, be allowed to place p is-ess In the bands ot complainant or any other constable In the city of Memphis. Yesterday h case of much importance w is on trial before Esoulre Winters. Dr. Ess brought suit sgalnst a former patient for one hun dred and seventeen dollars, for treatment during the yelloa-fever. Dr. Ess was at the time a Howard physician, and rece vt tei dollars a day. or three hundred dollars a month, cash, for his services. It was understood by the Howards, and all other citi zens, at the time, that the Howard physicians could receive no fee from ihelr patients and. Indeed, one Howard physician was discharged from the Howard corps for demanding or taking such lee. Tbe case win le watt-bed with Interest by yellow-fever pa tients, i-nd others. Among the abundance or sorrow, misery and devolution tbatiprevalled during tbe enldemlc, sevpral Incidents transpired that are not only amus ing but serve lighten for the moment the dark ries of tire hour. A prominent citizen, whose name we withhold, was stricken with the fever. His de voted wife re,i allied at his bedside unMl comp'ete Physical exhaustion compelled her to leave ber li i-hiinii a few hours In c.re of a nurse whose love lor the brandy bottle bad shaken her confidence n his trustworthiness. It became necessary to give the patient mu.-tard applications to his body and limbs, and the nurse wasrjasslgned lo the duty. Tbe anxious wife could not rest until sne was satisfied the duty had been - faithfully performed, and when she thought a sutticlent time bad elapsed after putting the nurss to the work she called him and aked : ' Have you applied tbe mustard to my husband?" "I did m'am-all over his body." "On both his arms?' continued the lady. "On both his arms, m'am." "On both his legs, too?" "On both his ion, rn'mn." "Now. sir, I know you are deceiving me, because my husband nas but one leg; you maj Kotdr." The above Is a true story, tbe patient be ing a gent eman well known for his fating bravery and heroism during tbe war, who lost bis leg In one of the hard fought battles, leading b's gallatd com panj on some forlorn hope. PEKSONALS. Ma.iok John D. Adams, mail contractor from Memphis to VIckiburg. Is in the City. Mr. O. 1. Rush, of Mozley in Rush, deal ers In artists' materials, SL Louis, Is In tbe city. Mit. James Sullivan, formerly of the press of this clly. is now on the editorial staff of the Vlcksburg Ih rild. Miss Rosa Ackermann, formerly of this city but now of Philadelphia, It In the city visiting Miss Emma Maddox. The following visitors were registered at the cotton exchange yesterday: J. H. Mangum. Col llervllie, Tennessee; Cyrus Taft, Providence, Rhode Island; R. Gates, Des Arc, Arkansas. At the communi nation of South Memphis lodge. No. lis, F. and A. M.. held last evening, the following oflicers were elected for the ensuing year: Fred-rlck M. Nelson, W". M.; H. J. Forsdlck, S. W.; C. L. Loop, I. W.: J. F. Sellers, treasurer; Benjamin K. Pullen, secretary. Appointed officers not an nounced. Lieutenant H. Tkantuam, of Panola countv, Mississippi, and formerly of the Hudson light artillery battery of that county, was In the city est ran?. Lieutenant Trantham Is one of the "old bovs" who saw the fun during the last war, and sur vived the dangers of a score of well-fought but bloody I'islds. Thk offices of secretary and treasurer of the Mechanics' building and loan association, made vacant by the death of John G. Lonsdale, Jr., and H. I. Ward, were ou yesterday filled by the board or directors, by the election of Hugh A. Hamilton, Esq., treasurer, and Mr. Charles T. Pateraon, secre tary. Thli association will 1 ush Its good work, and will on January 1st Issue a new series of Its stock. Mit. George P Holcombe, of the Hot Springs (Ark.) Sunday Journal, a well edited and widely circuited weekly paper. Is In the city In the Interest of his paper. The Sunday JournatvoDtMna a feature In journalism which makes It a valuable mealum through which our merchants may reap good benefits. This feature Is a complete business alrectory or tbe principal towns in the State, to which Mr. Holcombe desires to add a similar com pilation of the business people of Memphis. AMUSEMENTS. Memphis Theater. At the Theater last night another large audience was present to witness A Celehmttd Cwe, ns presented by th3 Collier dramatic company, of Union Square theater. New York. Tbe play Is well mounted, the scenery, effects, costumes and ap pointments being natural and appropriate. E. K. Collier p'avs "Jem Renaud" and gieatly distin guishes himself by tbe Impersonation. His Impres sive manner, sonoroui voice and flue stage presence admirably quality blm for the part, and recognizing his ilj-'M to dllTer with his predecessor in his realiza tion of the tnlngn, he eucceels In gaining tbe sympathy and commiseration of his audlecces for the unjuat'y condemned hero, aud excites admira tion for his own finely drawn Impersonation. Mr Cha'les O'Brien makes a good "O'Bourke." and ably represents Ihe tumorous element of the play. Mr. Edwin Varrey Is a heavy but effective "Duke," and Mr. E. L. Tltton, a sufficiently vlllalnoua Impos tor as the "Count Do Mornav." Little Eva French played lha child "Adilenne" charmingly, and tne girl "Adrlenne" was represented by Miss Emily Baker, who acquitted nerseir witn great credit. 1 ne part of "Valentine De Mornay" was assumed In a very able manner by Miss Emma Markley. The whole performance was a very smooth and effective ne, commanding tbeslncerest approval. A Cele brated f.'ose will be presented at the matinee to-day, and for the last time to-night, when the engagement of the company in this city closes. LETTERS FIIOM THE PEOPLE. The Sewerage Question. Editors Atpeai. Would it not be wise to a lvlse the common council to be careful with regard to the r action on the sewering 01 the bayou? 1 uo darsuiEd there are a few men who are always en the aleit to get chatters lor worn wntcn tney Know must bo done at some future time; not that they Intend doing It themselves, but In order to be able to sell out to otners wnen tue nine comes ior tue wore 10 bo accomplished. 1 am well satisfied that the pipes are already laid not In the bayou, but la a ba.k office up town; and any man who will support tbe proposition to sewer, at tne present i.me, oy vote or Influence, can have a moderate amount ot stock say trom ten to tifty shares, assigned blm. I hope and truss there is honesty enougn in tne common council and board of aldermen to see this in time, No one living believes tbe bayou had anything to do with vellow-fever: but wane the excitement is ud. those geutlomen who are so vety much interested In the weliare or the city may eel hold 01 a eooa th-ns, We have streets to make, which Is of far more Im portance to the trade ai d prosperity ot tbe city. Let tbem be well paved with stone, and then we can talk about tbe sewerage qusstlou, one thing at a time, and that one whichever is or most vital lm nortance. You. Messrs. Editors, can do a great deal in this matter, and 1 know sou will be supported by the people. XAA-rAittt. Sewer aire and our Financial Condition. Kditors Appeal As so many are ven tilating In thelr.views on the all-absorbing toplts,"the sewerage system, ana now to ao it," 1 inougm mat 1 would tiesps.s.3 on your columns, with your per mission, to tilve you my Ideas of what I consider practical, taking ever j tiling Into consideration, that Is our Uuanclal condition and the amount pi work to be done. Ot the various plans proposed, only one, In ny estimation, presents any practical features. That is the plan proposed by John Gunn, In the AnUatu-fu the other day. But be does not go far eno.gb. It would be utterly lmpiactloable to&ewer the main bayou, as he pioposes, and Ignore the dif ferent urancnes wmco empty into it. xou migm as well say that the blood In your body should on'y circulate through one artery and tuat all the rest should be cut off and take care of themselves: and take cute of themselves they would, aud In a way that would not be conducive to tne neaitnor the city In one case, nor the health of tbe body In tbe other. l ocanyo'.l his proposition, eve y branch of the bajou would have to be sewered to Its source, which would make the work cost us millions of dollars. and consequently place the work beyond our reach. in piaca ot tne unattainable, 1 submit 10 you the following plan. will. R Is both within our means and petifcti) practical: first 01 an, let the bayou alone; It Is the natural drain for four or live thousand acrds. and cannot be successfully tampered with, and past experience too pruvca mar. it is none to large roi tue woik nature has out out for It. and the only way in wh en It can be successfully Interfeied with is to strengthen It where It needs It Next, let the city condemn and buy the property cn each side of the b oon tort? feet In width; clear all obstructions out 01 tue way, maxe a street on eacn side, ana pave I tie sirtetswun a stone pavement: men siopeort tne b. ir ks of II11) bayou, and sod them with Bermuda gra; then put a good fence on each ride of tbe bayou just on tue edge 01 it so as to kie,i out bogs, goats, etc., and as a pro tection to teams aud pedestrians; then lay in the bottom of the bayou a cast Iron sewer-pipe, say three f-et six Inches In diameter up us tar as Adams street, from AdmstotB:-ale street, tbree feet In diameter and trom Beale to Soulh street two and a hslf feet In diameter at the north and south line of each street openings are to be left to receive sewr r ipes runnlnirdown in streets east and west of the bayou. At the bridges; at Intervals of say every second street vent pipes can be raised sufficient y high to carry the sewerage gas (which pours In all sewers) above any building la the vicinity. Tbo north end of the main sewer can be carried etcher around by ths north of Wolf river or leave tire bayoq at Auction street, and thence Into tbe Mississippi river. is may be determined upon. And rleht here I wish to remark tt;at we need not fear any bad effect from discharging our sewerage Into the Mississippi river, tor tae city of London, with fifty times ou- popuiauop, nciiarges its sewerage into a river of much smaller volume than the Mississippi and with a tide obstructing the outflow twelve hours out of the iwenty-iour, ana nnos no evil ertecta from It. A sewer cons rue ed cn tula nlan would be lluanelally within our react), and In addi tion would have two other feature to recommend It. f ir.-t -11 would nave a neau 01 thirty to forty feet ex the hiiihert states ot water, counting from Shelbv street to ihe bayou, which would be enough to Insure Jhp rnpi-i Tid effectual discbarge of all sewe-age- maiier. scion j it wo" in relieve our city or that fearfully ddai'dcted jeoa L. has a'ong the bayou, and would give us two good streets wolch vouM con nect Hi our r.tilroad cepytn, cotton-sheds and cbi presses, rind would consequently relieve Main and Front streets of the crash of drayage, which makes 'b-m uow a mott impassable tor private convey-i-n-v. would also distribute the drayage and heavy h-tu Ing ove a L.aer surface, and our streets would cmseiiuently last longer, an k'o. iti'ts reason, If no other, tue plan Is wonhr of consideration, la ccotuer communication I will give vou an estimatd of the tojtof ihe entire work. Another Valuable Hint Few, if any, proprietary medicines in America have conferred so great a boon on soj.ety pa Dr. C. M .Lane a celebrated liver pills heccj initiation;: are beinc submitted for extra profit by many druggists. Cej tht Ho a Of tor s name is spelled Lane, and the di rections wrtippc4 inside are printed on water marked paper, while tiie pu', zZ of a dark- a nua otnerwiae yon win D6 uupea wit trash. ' J. A Signals Received, daily, fresh oysters,' fresh fsb, ttame and celeiy. at zia second street, orpc- 1 site Court square. f LOCAL NOTICES. See rent of Pleitz's vegetable turm. W. Z. Mitchell's school, 208 Second et. Ark yonr grocer for Gaff Fleischman & Co. '8 compressed yeast. A. & J. Heiligeis general agents. Parti km can get their cakes ornamented in the most artistic style at Frank Ffister's, No. 446 Main street. The plumbing and gas-fitting establish ment of J. W. X. Browne is now regularly open. Orders promply attended to. Query. "Why will men smoke common tobacco when they can buy Marburg B'o's Seal of North Carolina at the. same prrjeV" The handsomest and purest sugar toy in Memphis can be bought, at wholesale and re tail, at Frank Ffister's, No. 446 Main street. Ladies' misses and children's button, front and side-lace shoes, new styles, at ad ministrator's sale of William Miller's stock of boots and shoes. Special attention paid to parties uud wed dings, and all work in ths line will be done in a Btyle that cannot be suryavs3d in Mem phis or elsewhere, at Frank Ffister's, No. 446 Main street. The ol-l reliable firm of T. J. Walker & Co., dvers and cleaners, No. 246 Seco street, has reopened, and they are ready to do all work in their line with neatness and dispatch. Special attention given to ladies' dresses, shawls, cloaks, etc. j What made him act so? Why, he had fever and ague, and he shook so he couldn't keep his bat on. No wonder he acted so queerly. But he is better now, a friend told him about Reed a Uitt edge tonic. He com menced taking a wincglasstul tbree times a day, and Lie if an to feel better almost immedi ately. He is now cured, and recommends Reed 8 Gilt-edge tonic to his friends as an un failing remedy in all malarial disorders. Card of Thanks. We, the undersigned passengers, do here by extend our cordial thanks to Captain Milt Harry, the gentlemanly commander of the elegant steamer Josie iiarry, and her po lite crew, for courtesies ex;.ended us on her present trip out of White river. We take pleasure in recommending her to the travel ing public as a safe, reliable and extremely pleasant boat: W. J. Hendricks, Alice Hendricks. H. C. Sibley. M. D.. Robert H. Crockett. W. H. Halliburton and lady, James A. Gibson, Mips Sallie Gibson, John H. Murrad, Mrs. Jack Home, Mrs. Gamble, Mrs. Dr. Hipolite and daughter, Garland Halliburton, Jjhnnie Haliibnrton, Mrs. Randall, Morgan Cart- wright, M. D., K. F. Stewait, J. T. Trtz3 vant, jr., joan win nouinson, and many others. Resolred, That we further express our high appreciation and thanks to air?. Hrry tor her dignified, yet kind and genial hospital ity, which deprives travel of its tedium, and makes the Josie Harry feel like home, sweet home. Uow to Spend Your Cash. If you want to put your cash where you will get the most tor r, pat ron:7. the Co operative Btore, 263 Jsecond street. The Iat't. MENKEN BROTHERS dicplay to day Their Third Importation of Cloaks, Circulars and Dolmans.. N. B. Special novelties for raises anrl children. Floyd's Candies Are often imitated, bnt never equaled. fS. Clement, HO Beale street. nas choice venison roasts and steak?, squir rels, rabbits, quail, wild turkeys, opossum?, dressed chickens and turkeys, red snapper?, trcut and perch, oysters, celery, etc., lor sale low. 187. Chatterbox, H7H. At Manaford'd, corner Second and Monroe. i I'Hit l OpeniD2 Two schooners, or a ehocfly of Milwaukee or t. Louis beer tor hve cents. Oyster i-up- per from seven to twelve o'clock this (Satur day) eveninc, at' Charlie Bei ton's C. O. D. saloon. Grand concert during the evening. Half a 91 ill ion Cigars of all grades, 1O0O Packages of Chewing Tobacco, Dozen Pipes, F01 sale cheap to dealers, at Harpmann & tiro e, zsb Mam street. Call and examine. Are you in business loryourselt f It you are, ou want to nave your health, so you can attend to business. It you nre not, you want your health just as much. When you are ' all run down, teel miserable and have no appe tite, you need toning up. To do this there is nothing equal to Reed's Gilt edce tonic. It restores the appetite, purifies the blood and stimulates digestion. It is pleasant and safe, and its quality, purity and Uavor are guar anteed, s New CiSoodsa Kew Goodsa Just received by eit units, austik & be buy. 323 Main street, Memphis. Boys' and children's suits, ulsters and over coats. New cassimere suits, and a full assortment ot overcoats ana ulsters tor men. Now is your time to buy Christmas presents cheap. li,xtra inducements ottered merchants in our wholesale department. "Nenril" Instantly Cnres Neu ralgia. It is fourteen month? since I cured myself of neuralgia with "neoril," and I hare not had tlie slightest return of vain. John W. Scott, St. Louis. George W. Jones & Co., Memphis, agents. Floyd's L.a dies' Itestanrant, Enlarged and improved. No. 279 Mam street. Diaries. 17S. At Mansford's, corner Second and Monroe. Fresh Oysters and Celery Received daily by express at 'ictor Fuchs'8, 39 and 41 Jefferson street. ij . D. Men h custom boot and shoes Bold at fig ures mat nevetotore would not buy eastern work, at Miller's, 221 Main street. A Chance. You have but a few more davs to make money buying shoes at the administrator's sale of boots and shoes, at William Miller's. Opinion of eminent Dr. H. S. Steuatt. president Maryland hospital, Baltimore: 1 have used ( -olden ' liiebitr a , -. . . . . . . " - liquid extract 01 Lett and tocid invuroratnr tor more than a Tear, and rec; muiend it as one of the most tUijient preparations I have ever met with. It combines tlin virtues of food und tonir in a remarkable way. and I am satised baa saved life wuen ho olber meuiciue poum uo bp, - FQr Upward of Thirty Years Mrs. Window's soothina';TLiD fc"a iwn for children. It corrects acidity of the stom ach, relieves icmd colic, regulates the bowels, cures dysentery aud diarrhea, whether arisirg irom leecmng or other causes. An old cxd etl; fe -Pd wmidy. Tventy-gr rents a bottle Eovn' boots as chean as von wnni iYom o luiuer s, zzi Mam street. Smoke Sol Coleman's Xo. lO. SJ5 Cents, Friday's Oyster?, At FarrellV, 135 Main sirest. Have Your Child's L.il'e! By giving Db. McFFErr'sTEKTirrvA (Teti. ing Powders.) Teethika will regulate the bowels and make teethini? easy. Cnrpt r-hnlom lniantum ana tlie summer rnmnl.iinta children, heals eruptions and sores, re- mores and prevents worms. Anodynes only soothe; Teethma cures the child. Wil kerson Co.,1 and all druggist keep it. M llinery. Mra. 1 M'Anally, over' 373 Main street, iieeirsa to inform her friends and acquaint ances that che 13 noar prparrd to furtish them with all the iafest styles of millinery, at prises to mit the times. ADDITIONAL. ISIVliltS. LOUISVILLE. December I :. Weather cloudy and cool, hlver falling; 11 teet h Inches In the canal. Departed: Gclden City, New Mary II vision and James W. Gaff, Cincinnati. EVANSVILLE, December 13. Hlver rising, 27 feet by the gauge. Business good. I town: Laura Davis and Andy Baum, noon; both with good trips. Up: Golden City, 3 p.m. CAIRO. December 13. Weather cloudy; mercury. 4'tdeg. River 27 feet 2 inches and rising. Arrived: John A. Scudrter, New Orleans, 2 p.m : Charles Mor gan. New Orleans, 8 p.m. Departed: Kliwey. Vlcks burg, 4a.ii ; Scudder, SL Louis, i p.m. CINCINNATI, December 13.-River art feet and rising fast. Weather cloudy and cooL Arrived: I . F. Schecck, New Orleans, VICK5BURG. December Weather warm; ther mometer, 72 d-g. River Using -V Inches In past twenty four hours. Arrived: City of Vl-kbi:rr. Up; Thomas fcbe'loclr, 11 a.m.; Ohio Vailey, 10 s.m. Do? n : Cherokee, a p.m. ST LOl'13, December 13. WeathT-rainlng and sleeting. River fallen 1 Inch; R feet I Inch to Cairo. Arrived: Graud Lake and barges. New Orleans; cicy of Vicksburc. Vlcksburg; Belle St. Loul.-. Memphis. STFA'S BO ATS. Sl'ECl li NOT1CK TO WiJlTK KlVF.iiSlllflVItS. rpH! steamer JOH I K II A KKY w.ll l'ava this 1 (SaTLKOAY) evening, December 1 ttb, ber regular dny. For freight or p.ssaga apply on L-oard. Shlppeis please send f retard down to Glenn's wharf' boat. k. 1: GLK.NiN. t wnariDoac. R. W. LIiiHTBUHNE, No. 7 Monroe street. LEK LINE STEAMERS. Home Packet for the Year. For Hel en 9. fr'rlers Point and alt Plantation LaaillDgH. The Fine Passenger Steamer GEO. W. Slack Lee master Walker Outlaw clerk Leaves as above THIS DAY. December 14lb. at 5 P.m.. paying particular attention to all business In irusieu to tier care. For freight or passage apnlt to F. M. YTWON. Agent. FOR CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS. I. . iriwll For Oareiils, Kew Madrid riicaman, bairoana si. jlouis me Steamer Joseph IfLiuney, George Vlckers. master. Leaves Lee Wharf boat THIS DAY, December 14th, at o p.m. AD. STORM, Fnpertntendent T.ee Wharfboat, FOR ARKANSAS RIVER. Memphis and Arkansas River Pa k-t Co. For Pine Bluff, Little Bock and through to Fort Smith The elegant passenger steaintr Matie liooci. Ed Nowland ma-ter I .las. N. Thompson, .clerk Leaves as above on THIS DAY, December 14th at o p.m. JOnN N. HARBIN, Sup't, 29'2U Front sr. J T. WASHING 1 iN, Agent. R.E. L-eW harlbo.lt FOR NEW ORLEANS. For Sew Orleans and the lteada.-Tbe Southern Transportation Co.'s Passenger steamer J. V. Reynolds mister I Chris. G. Young cle'k Will leava Glenn's W'hartboat. as above. SUN DAY, loth Instant, at 10 o'clock a.m. For freight or passage, apply 10 tu f. iiLt.Ms. Airenr, At Wharfboat, ForlVew Orleans and the Kendsj. The Spit nd Id Steamer James Howard, 4gBL James O'Neal, master. Will leave as above MONDAY. December Ifith at n P.m. AD STOHM. Snoeilntender.L J. T. WASHINGTON, Agent, R. E. Lee Wharfuoat. ForXew (-leenti anil the Bends, The Ftne Steamer John T. M'Cord. master. Will leave as above SUNDAY. Drcember lTdh alio a.m. or ireignt or passfge apply to AD STOHM. superintendent. Lee Wharfboat J. T. WASHINGTON. Ageni. gtwis Front st FOR ARKANSAS CITY. Tlie. Adams Line of IT. lit. Mali Pnrlcetn For Helena rlar.s Point, Coneordta Terrene, Arkansas City, Greenvdle ar,d all way landings 1 ne supero man auu passenger pacKei Onacliita ISelle, Ifaik R. Cheek., .tnrister I A. L. Cummins. . .clerk W ill leave vemnhis retrularly ns above on MON DAYS and THURSDAYS, connecting at Aikansis City with the steamer Kai din for Vicksbui. giv ing bills or lading to Delta and a 1 prints on Yazoo river. Goods received at all tl' tes cn levee. J. T. WASHINGTON. Agent. jJIWs Froi t street FOR LOUISVILLE AND CINCINNATI I'or 'airo, Vvnnsvtll. Louisville and ClnrOmnii.- Tno Southern Transposition co s supero stean.er J3.JIUS. iSillTlMCK, tew Kates, master. Will leave G'enn's wliailboat a above. SUN DAY. December lo. at 12 in. For freight or pas sage apply to R P. GLENN. Agent, at Wharfboat. SlenipliM and Ohio Uivcr Packet Co. For lo isviiiu Btid Cincinnati. S. M'lntyre master J. A. Llndsey cleric Will leaves as ebove. on bAILHDvy. December 14tn, at ft p.m. r or trrt!nr or passage, apply to it. w. LlUH 1 BLBMS, tsuperinteuoeiit. No. 7 Mon'Oe St.. opp. p, arioily Hotel. FOR VIOKSBURG. For VickMttnrcr and all the Bends, The splendid steamer Colorado. iiiES Sam M'Pbcfters. Master. Will Ietve Lee Wharfboat. SUNDAJ. D?cember l.itn, at 10 a.m. au bhikm. fcuper.ntenuer.i. L,ee vvpancoar, For Vfekfitnrtr and all Intermediate Ports The U.s Mll Packet IATYili, W oodborn . . master I Ed. Thomas ili-r-t Will leava Glenn's whsrfboat. as above SATUH- DaY. 14th Inst., at 2 o'clock p.m.. takii a irelirht and passengers to l)ei:a. La., a' d all points on lazooriv-r r. f. tii.tts.. Asen FOR OSCEOLA. Regular Trl-weekly Mall Packet lor Rnudolph, Fulton, tsceoia and an way landings, The elegant pafsetiger stcmuer Osceola ilelli;. &Zri . G. Andrews Master B. O. Mitchell. . . .Tcierk. l eaves Memphis every MONDAY. WEDNESDAY and FR'DAY, at 6 p.m. For freight or pass:ige ap ply on poarti. FOR R1VERTON. For Kl vert on and Way lar dl"ics Cit izens' Memphis and vlcksburg Packet Company The elegant steamer George Malone master Jno. Gwathtuey clerk Will leave as abov8 every MONDAY and THURS DAY, at 5 p.m. For freleht or passaue, apply to B. W. LiGHTBUBNF, Genera! Freight A ijerit. No. 7 Monroe atreot. opposlt; leahody Hotel. FOR WHITE RIVER. Itesnlar Itidepenneat Jlrrcn White River Packet or Augusta. Jackonr ort Searcy, and way poluts. The regu'ar Independent Packet HlBI CASH, ED. C. POSTAL Master, Will leave Memphis ou every TUtSDAY. at 5 o'clock p.m. ror rrelsjht or passage apply to R. W. LIGHTBURNE, No. 7 itonroe st., Opp. PealHMiy Hotel. R. P. GLENN, on Wharlbod. MILT UAilltY L1.I Ilcmiihls White River and Blat liiver i . rs ai an I'arKetN, For Indian Bay. IL Charles, Ciarondon, Devalt's Bluff, Des Arc. Augusta, .lacksonport. West PoUt, Searcy, Balosvilie, Powhaltan, and Pocahontas. The now steamer oosie Harry, 3 M. R. llanr. cnntaln. .1 n. toore. u-ru Leaves Memphis on acd alter November Od. everv SATURDAY, at 5 p.m., coimectlt e tilrectwlth the new B ack river U. S mall packet M ! LT HABKY for Powha.ttin and Pocahontas, and with Dmiv Puckeu to Batesvlile and Upper White river. l nrougn rales to an points. Freleht consigned to Milt Hamr T.tim vmi,Mi m Terrene will be promptly fonvariled. B. W. LIGHTRI RVR Aimir No. 7 Monroe, opioslie Peabwly Fotvl. R. P. GLENN. Agent at W harlbo 't - ' MEMPHIS AND WHITE RIVER Independent Tuesday Packet. FOK WHITE and LITTLE RED RIVERS, Helena, Terrene, Indian Ray, Si Cnurles, Crockett's Ji.uE, Mount Adatn9, Clarendon, l evail s IllufT, res Ate, WEST FOIST. aEABCY, AlCleTA Newport, .lacksonport, Batesvlile, Powhattan and rocauouias ( ue eiega::i siuewneoi steamer RED WING, 3j John B. Divls master-Ed. W. Crowell clerk Leaves Memphis EVE3Y TUESDAY, at S o'clock p.m. Thiough rates to all point i. .1. T. WASHINGTON. A?nt. Trustee's Kale. BY vlrlue of tne terms of a deed In trust to mo executed by L. A. Rhodes and T. N. Uhiwli-s. on the a (th day gI March. 1874. which deeu in trust Is ouly registered In the R glster's oilice of 8'jeiby county, Teime;sje, in book No. 101, page i win, i n Tuesday, January 7, lHi, r.t t'nQ CourlLoi.se doo.-. In IhA elirnf m,im,l1ij Tennessee, sell to tbe hlgltest bidder, for ci-b, the following property, situate.!) Ing and belnir in .sheihr county, Tennessee, In the town of G rmantowu, and being lot No. 1, In block B. In said ton. besinnlnir ou tne southeast of lot No. 2. lu said block. on Spring street, runnlrgwlth the same n't tt m the northeast corner of bock A; thence outh Mm-, degrees, west 1 SIS feet to a corner of lot No. 4 In the san e oiock; mence witn lints or lots Nos 4 and 1 t the beglnnlt'g.con'alning seventy-two square p.dei-. Also, toeea-teru part ot block A. beyillllltisr ;it tha southeast o rner of tMld 'oiock. and r.uirili g rheiKO nottn 10wd -rees, wot lSpo;es, to tha -j uttttast corner of said lot No. ; th. nee with same soutn Stlli decrees, west 1HW fret, to ilia .km i,ii of said I t; thence south 101. degrees, east to the vest bounua y Hue of ald town; thence east to the beginning, being the ame j.roperty conveywl by yiurrant. deed November t,. Imiil from -.1. p uvi.i. tu L. A. Ithodes. recorded in book 411. r.ace II 12. 'lernM Of Sule-t JSh. Title iw !lnvt-il to !.-i.,v.,l although I sell and o uvey only a tiustee. bm joitN . WAJLikiNS, Trustee T. . .1I1COU, Attorney-at-Law arid Solicitor, FLASTRKN IXa.liriLUIU,Ka(m 1, Will practice in the Courts of this Stale and In Ar kansas and Mississippi. IIl. W. 35. WINN HAS REMOVED HIS OFFICE TO 2S7 H.-Q 3VIa.ii3L st. UP-STAIRS. t'l-KS'.hCKIPriON FKKK TQXIRTHE SPEEDY CURK of dem nal Weakness. I? Lost Manhood and all disorders brought on by 1 'discretion or excess. Any driKsrlt has the ingre dients. It JAgUES CO., 130 Westt-lJtth s reet. Cincinnati. WM. ME35ICK. If. J. MORGAN. 4?Iessick & Morgan, Attorney;-at-Iaw. No. ttt Uedlunn P4tr-et. HempliiH, Tfnr, U. W. MILIEU, AITOlfiN Kl-ATltAW, Xo. 4.4 ylartNon WtrPft, Ifrmiihlri Tenn WM. I"IaI1jIIN, Aitornev-at-2nw. 1VO, g?Q Mn.Ti Hf.. jlrWphH. TfnnMWfO COTTON GIN & MILL ISnowrady to Gin nil Cotton eonflqcied to me, COR. SECOND and JACKSON. Sacks furnished for Seed-Cotton on apt 1 cation. AH cotton con slaned to roe will be fully Insured. Thanking my Friends and ihe Public tor pas: I&tora, 1 respectfully solicit a continuance of the same, hoping to deserve the patronage tcretofers so USeraiiv extended to me. wM. BKN.IRS. iristlanBrotiiers OOTiTiECrE, 2S2 ADAMS STREET. MEMPHIS. TENS.. for Boarding and Dsy Students. Classkul. Sci-nlic, Commercial and Preparatory Courses of Study. For terms, apply to BRO. MAURELf AN. President. Worliinftmen's JSnildin"; and toitn Assoc ation. A SPECIAL tncetlng of Ihe stockholders of this association Is herebv called, to e held at the lime of the next reguler meeting. lirst T.tesday In Januny, 187H, to consit'er and determine upon the acfon of the boa d of directors rd Us last mee:tng respeciing fe remission of dues, tines, Interest, eta, lor the months of September, October and Novem ber, 1S7H. A full attendance Is reipiested. L. LiGHILL, President Cn t. T. Patkbsok. Sec'y. Grand Re-QpeDing. rpHB FLORAL ESTABLISHMENT of the late -L FRED GOEBELS, on Secoud street, near Beale, Is now open, and Ladles and Gentlemen are cordially Inv.ted to come and look at the beautiful display of towers. All kinds of Floral designs, such ns Wre ailis. Crosses, Stars. Crown, Bouquets and Baskets made to Older at shot I notice, In the most artistic st le. Cut Flowers Alirajson Sand. THEODORE GOESF.LS. Administrator on Estate of F. Goebals. N. B.- A!l persons indebted to F. Grebels. de cased, will please come fo ward and settle Immedi ately, ai'd all to whom F. Goebels was Indebted will bring tlielrclaims properlv sworn to. T. GOEBKLS, Administrator. MEM1-H13. Tknx.. Noemler2J. 1k7S. IaOITIB liANGrjB'S Southern Corset Manufactory, IWHOLESALE4EETAIL. 3S3 3IAIS 1ST. OPEN awln with the lar gest stock of Fine and Very Lwc-Friad Corwets. New lines of Abdomen Cor ses, rursing Corsets, Inva lid's Corsets, W'eriey Corsets. Mlses Corsets, extra stout Corsets; Improved Abdomen Supporters, Shoulder Braces and Skirt Supporters. Best Cotset Stee's in the city; V balebone Corset Laces and Pads GOODS SEXT C. O. D. St. Mary's School, No. 358 Poplar street. A Hoarding nnd I)y Mchool for Youog l.udies and Children. UNDER t MARY. the charvre of the SI5TER3 OF ST. . of tbe Kplscooal church, will reonen ( D.V ) January 2d. Pupils deslrimr to return before tills date will be received Into private classes. JNO. L. T. SN'KED. JUNIUS R. GFEENK SN&KS & GREECE, Attorneys-at-Law, IV o 39 MAU1MO.V Nr., 3IKHPH1S. Will practice lu the Federal and State Courts of Weil Tennessee. Fflarine and Inland Ins ORIENT MUTUAL INS. CO.. OF NEW YORK. ASSETS OVKlt St.G90.OOti. CERTIFICATES covering COTTON and other merchandise made payable In LONDON, in STERLING, and los-es .initialed according to the usage aud custom of Lloyds. RIVER R1SK3 TAKFN. URF.F..F. A UKASI.I'.V. Agent. IH JIiitllMiB tt., mentphlw. Memphis Cooperage Manufacturing Com'y. OX AXD A FT Kit MlVOBElt K1HST WEwlH benbleti fi!I all onlers for OI L- IA tt REL9, MOLASSI'S-RAHRELS, KEt;a. oT all Sizes, and SLAl K COOPERAGE. !: i.i.v .niMnrirv. We llfive Kll-peeded l.i iri-r'lr,. a l.-,r. cinnb- : . best msterlal on hanu before we wer- rs:n,iu ite,i i.. suspend Cterai!ons on account of the nrev-ttlln eptdemlc All ortlers addressed lo the Secrutary, NrX IS MhiIIsku Htrft.vrlll, hfter th almvedate, secure r.roniiit Mlientlon C Msmchis CcODfiraaa & MTn Cn. I H - J WWB W. J. 51fnEUMorr,Nferetiry. MATTRESSES AND FURNITURE 73a Je ami Uepaired bv II. BU3T53NI5EKG, 2.1 1 Mecnnd Hire ft. State Female College EXEHCiSJS W ILL EE RESUMED On ftlcnday, December Z, 1878. t3?Faculty and organization substantially t hereto fore, . MKH. H. TV. COI.M!H. Presilden t. Havana Hottery. OLDK3T AND MOST RELIABLE AGENTS COIIXIO A BKOTHEK, NEW ORLEANS, :::::: LOUISIANA "VTOTICE GRAND Fxtia"r.lln-iry Drawinz for De- -LN ccmber24. 1x7. C-tr-Send t'.r Piaf s. J. P. II tin wo t. Lateol Ll rnson Walker. l. U. Utahard. Southern Dye Works, Hanson &Reahardf IllOPKIEIOUS. Wtore and Oflice: 29 Kcrond Ktreet. Ije Works: Bio. IIIO Pontotoc Htreet. 11EMFBI3, TENN. IADIFB' and Gentlemen's Clothing CLEANED J DYED and REPAIRED at Miort r.rM in Cloths. Woo'e'is.SlUs.elc. DYED IN AL' COLORS. U trders will re--l o proinf.t personal aUeutloii G'.ods icelvel and returned by express. ESctvasm Soyal JLottery. BxtraordicRry Drawlne Dec. ill, 1878. On'y 18.000 tickets; l.!50.flOO prizes; wih a and'orde'S!.?dWliyW,'OWW- "'o F. UAM1CII, ceral NEW ORLEANS, LA. Agent. WM. FRANK. OHRISTMA DRY GOODS! Wm. Fran 249 MAIN STREET, MEMPHIS Ileg to inform their Friends, ami the Fnb'ic Generally, ir the revis'on in Prices or PKY tiOUUS. Our whole Stock or CHOICE FANCY DRESS GOODS Reduced to nearly HALF PRICE. A ice Line of Slack Embossed Clotlis for Overdresses, At Less than Or-t of Import ation. LACK GAiEL': SEW, AT Si, VVOKTII SI 50. BLACK CASHJlEliE CLOTH, Silk ami Wool, New, at $1. A Xew Line of BLACK ALL-WOOL CASHMEJiKS, .JS inohps wide, from 50c upward. C&lorand (uilily (Guaranteed. THE CHOICEST D0L31ANN, exact copies of French Patterns, at Coat of Material and Trimming. Handsome CLOAKS, for Ladies and Children, projiortioaately low. LADIES' and CHILDREN'S HOSIKHY, in o and Cotton, in New and Elegant Designs, at Prices beyond Competition. A LARUE LOT OF CHRISTMAS (JOODS, SUITABLE FOR THE HOLIDAYS, VERY LOW. WM. FBARK &"C0 m M M. G-EAHD Lowenstein k Bros Will Open ou MONDAY, the t)th instant, the Finest Display of HOLIDAY ,001)S ever sliowu in this Country. We will exhibit near the entrance of our Action Department Japanese "Curies" and "Bric-a-Brac" Ware EMBRACING ltronzbs, Itonquet Holders, Paper Knives;, Jewel Cases, Candlestick?, Card Heceivers, Collar and Call IScxew, tilovelioxes. Handkerchief oxe,Xrtpkii;;-i:in;rs, Pen-Wiper-., InkstandM, ChrltttmaM Candle. Japanese fkell Trays, Japanese Cabinets. Japanese Writing Iek. Japanese Bread-Trays L.acqnere-1 I?oxe, Vases, Stands. Tables, Thermometer, Ciar ('.res, Cigarette Cases, Pearl Card Caer, Japanese Crape Picture, Iieantiful Work Baskets, Merap I$riNkt t", And an immense variety of other i-scful and JIBAUTIPUL HOME OUrS" WHICH WE OFFER AT VERY LOW TRICES. Kiecaot Velvet Boxes, lilac (iaraet Jewelry. Ktrsant KTeninc Faap, Nhell Turk I'nmli., fted (jiarnet Jeneiry, IN OUR NOTION Dl WE WILL EXHIBIT THIS WEEK IlEiUTIFUL SEW TIES, BEACTlr L'L NEW BJWS SEW EMBR01DEKED SETS, S0VEL1 IES IX II WVKFKCIIIEM X0TLTIS IX KIBBOSS, XCVELTiES 15 LUIS. OLOA Silk Costumes, Cashmere Costumes, "Worsted Costumes, Misses' and Children's Suits, in Endless Variety, Misses' and Children's Cloak?, in Beautiful Assortment, liames' tioaks, uoimans and Ladies' SeaUkln Caps, Misses' Ladles' Shaw l-, in the New Designs. IN THE SILK Satin Stripf d Silk- -in All tLe 5ew Effer Black and i ama9ge slts ,afk. toire, Silk and Satin Stripes, scored Faille Silks and Black (iro? (,'rain Silts, AT PRICE3 TO Sl IT TOE TIMES. Ill the Dress Goods Department We will offer our DRESS GOOD.; at Prices that will place them within the reach of all Intending purcbars. Handsome Dress iioods at 10,12.,', 15, 20 aud 25c. Silk-Mixed Dresw UooAs at 80,40 aiid 50o. Fine French Aoveltiesat 50, CO and 73c, and Si. t We would call Ihe attention of Ladies to our Ladies' Caderwrar Department, whrre;j l re are offerlns the CHOICEST LINE OF CN DERWEAR at remarkably Low Prices Our lnder-J tS wear Department will compare favorably with that of any Ect::? In the Country. wi owenste W. B. CiALBREATH. J. 21. FOffLKKs, Cotton 11 Union Street, Sfcinphis. AfiESTS FOR THE CELEBRATED rifAMPIO.X fOTliV r.iv Wil HUM And Salt tvo. o trxioy wrniii.T. A. YACCAKO, B, VACCASO, No. 34 Front Rtreet, 51enipliis. JULIUS KI HN, Late of Jlenken Hrts. FARCY O OP .uii.s its, Ivory Tvrkt'dmbr, Koired Plato Jewelry. m' Circulars, In Style and Prices to suit the mo and Children's Fu- Fai-tidlous. L Laps, DEPARTMENT W. J. CRAWPllitll. AM 15 1 LLER Agents, TKTi V. S ') tj "W ' Co., ill oPOv ail UL hig ?JO BBlbroBth&Go. Factors. 7 FOBS Ss it