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THE MEMPHIS DAILY jpJ?E.A.:L. STTrSTDAY. DECEMBER 2Q. 187S.
G ajhm:tiktn. F.MFHII TUKATKB. T.Vr.V . 1SUOOK1. : Proprietors OAK VKtK ('ML). COMMENCING nit Rtiuiday juiirr. First an.iratico IntLNr'.l.. of tlie -.or!d-renontd Adah liLhruond Opcra-liouffe Troupe, Fail I'horuo and Orrlieetro. W. II. UOUKT. s 51oer Till! Imiii Is campled cf former principal Mti-ur IM K-ll git-Cary. Il Murk. kicUluisi Bern ir.l. ami Oates up r.i Frondes. H,-iortr"-1o.ta ht 1 lT.re 2-L J. LA VKKICHOLK: e,!oe .1 .y. .'.alii ("Merrr Cbilsl inas' i Matin. I. A f.KlM'K Id CaM-fc; F.venli K. (iiK'".KL"-ilKiKLA: Tb::rU, Dec. ti, LA iiK4NiK W'CHt-K; Frway m.d f-ntnidiiy. Ivc. '7. ! LEs I '1,'HHEi IE CURNfcVILLK (Cilmes of nr-aialn: Sa'nrd. y Mterr'-on. GRAND FAriE WKI.L UAH RICHMOND MaTINKK. ivaU fr m! now ut Uolleiitwig's Music Stole. CaTt.uti-s may be ordered il:iH. Mommy. I o-ml.tr no -MAHY ANDlatsON. i'KAVU tlIHIHTIH JKAU KJ-.HI IVAL! S Liven IpJ Hi" MEMPHIS MANNhaCHOR. Al their II til. VrOnd-r Kvenlujr. DfMinbH .tth. Aili ,ls!ori. il- Lils life. TleKe not trans ferable. Eich ticket Includes five chances tor the Cnrlsimaa Ti- AY f A Mil I S UTO V K I RTI K, I ' . . .ii I : '. " T i ' i- T O I. L T 1 he Flaw of Amusement for tbe People. A I.rtn4 Vaudeville Kntcrtalnmeat Alshtly. Popular Fr1 of A'lro "Inn, fte Programmes. WAISTS. rrf A p"son having from S10OO to O 1 1 )J) SHoOO Pun learn of something to ad vantage by a'lrtiesjlng M'. L. II . care Appeij'tice. A GENTS Few lady and intlemen agents. Llb l Hi salary paid. Call at ' Main stret. OABDKKS At 72 Court street Hates to suit the limes. Front or bacn rooms. Also day boarders wante I. "i IKLS-Klfiy active. Intelligent Girls to attend V"T Power S-wlrganrt K'.lttli g Mac-nines. Aptly at MeipaU Woolen Mills, tort Pickering. Rtfei eaeesreqilred. MAN-Pf literary ability as a writer, well posted in commercial matters generally, and will) eood ri.lertnc. AMe K. K. B , Appecl o'tce. 1 IKL-A German ilrl tod" washing and Ironing. TT Apply to WM. rLUVI. 27H Main street. c "1APITALIsT3-To take slo?k In ths Electric Llifiit Company of Mempuls. .u necona A. HIT.FKl I, Aulliorleil AKent b( UII)em states. rnXCrlLLt.NT BAKi At 5rt vonroeolieet. omy SJ l- blocks from I'eabody Hoiel. Board and lodxlntiri tx-f weeK. Iay boanlt 1 pero1 k. MIMPHtS CITY BuM'S I will exchariK city property-lois or residences-for Memptilsclty bonus. H. M. J4ME. -"o Main, hlnff CUy Ins. to. AN orphan gill (white) who des-lrcs a good per manent home; i.lso a ceod cock, washer and Ironer (nultel.lo go to Holly prlnKf. Uord wages. Address. oW.N,M'MlTBtlLY. No W'e-l Couit Street WAIT R One gocd waiter, at ihO Second Btrwt.jit A. KAUFMAN'.! Caloon. ITL'ATIO.N- lit a young man. Flrst-clas siiles mim. Cioo.1 references. In a dry goods or Grocery House. M'o c,bj-viln to country. Address, CHAtiLKJ. 4U Poplar street TTp M PLOY MEN r Axency or the Laoles Christian Pj Association. lielo, white or colored, wno pan lrti g references, ran find good s tuatluna by ay. piylngnt Ihe Inlellli-ence Ofilcei. loSMaln. DRF.i3MAKKR and lUTTFB Of Bhlllly good salary to competent peison. Address A. B., Appeal ( mc1- A SITU ATIOS By a young man In a f uaMfire or C3 shoe bouie. or In any capacity where falih ful man coulo be useful. Addiess. J. U.. HU-i oURv. BOOK KEHPEK-Position as Bock-keer-r, by a comietent gentlemiin. Bho siieaks and writes (erman. English, rpaiiish and French. First-class reference Address, "Ii. H. H ," P.O. box 270, soorievrlo. Misvnrl. D WELLING- To brick dwellings. Nos. 40 and r:j Market Hreet. Apply at .rl -inrhei. A NICE Fl'BNIdllED KCO.M Either for roan and wife or to single gentlemen, with or without board. In a prlvatn lannly. N.ca lociitlon and no other bonders. aui. -ess tins omci. v. a. w. riOOMfl. COT T A (it'S AND DWELLLNCiS Apply V at yi Alain st.ert. up stairs. SlUhM & IirP.SCH, Agents. "VTO. 8ft7 Adams stieet; fine dwellliif. i. Rest ince, corner Oneans and Adsms streets. B'lck dwelling, n.e. corner Adams and Manassas. Cottage on Oi leans stieet, near A'- anis. Collate on the boulevard, next to Col wl Avery. Two cottages on Hernando street-car Hue. Two nice nrti ks. near enu'h. on Heinando. 401 Laud-rdale a' d 344 Oeorgla. Cottage mice) on Walnut stre. I. 'J. 44. M and rsi,'j and 1-2 Marshall evenne. SI 7 and Madron street (hrtck dwellings), a7H, :: and Vance street. Vi:j Market strert. rt and hx Exchange. V2 and so Johnson avenue. Cottage on Voilln'lne avenue. 37 and 1XSI I)s- to treet. 15ti and 5S JetVr-on street Coit-nr-'on Bass avenue. 30H Madison street 1HH I nlon treet. 44 Washlngti n street iKtl Front street. 1 Hu'lng street. 247 Alabama Mreet. 32 and I'll DunUip street 13 Cirroll avenue. IV I A illlis stret t. rin F.llh.ttand 31 Echo's street. 7ll Moshy and 4o Jones avenue. 147 Mil n street V t drenUw street and No. 11 Bradford. 5 ") Ftelby and 250 -taw h. 'Coa" place on M'Leinore avenue. Liiyhlln placa near ,-t.ito Female College. itner place at Ulll s'kIIoii. Farnngton's place at M'Uehee. Donoho iilace i n M. &C. H. K, Mrs. Llucola'a p'ara on Pigeon Roost road. Clarke place on M'Lane avenue. Cur.ittieri place, 7 miles ou Mgeoa Uoostroad. Merrill faun near Haielxh. (iarden land oppodte H.;ite Female College. 3 stores anu rooms Waldran block. 3rt.S Mala street, store and rooms. T0 Mainbtieet, '(jastou'." residence. Mrs. Loflo i's place onp. I.eatb Oiphan Asylum. Farm of 45 acies near Bethel place. Two large larins on t-tg'Oti koost toad. Several stores on Main street. Elegant suit ottL-et. 7 .-x'utii Court street Suit of bed-rooms over 1 H Madison. Twj douole i.OIlvs over 27 couth Court street. No. t'O and 12 Vance ct eet tjmall faims or gardens In suburbs. Several residences, cotiag's and laruis for sale. Houses received for rent dally. (ib'lU.N, BLC'K ; CO., 10 Msdlson street TWO PLANT ATION'3 In Aikansag. one Pont ain lng HO acres cleared; the otber, 200 acies cleared, (iood Improvements, gin hons. etc , on each place. Apply to Mrs. M. F. HWARDS. Bled soe Landing. Arkansas, or TAYLOR & ARNOLD, 272 Front sireet, MrMphls. SUBURBAN Rf SIDE NCE With eight acres of ground; orchard of choice fruit tree-; near street cars. I. 1. CON A WAY. No. 8 Madison t-treet. N ICELY fuml-bed rooms at the Perrv IPuse. 43 Poplar titreet. MKd. C. P. UttEMAN. 200 Apply to THIRD SThEKT Two story brick resi dence, wlia nil modem inicriivements. W. A. COLl.IKh, 275 Main street. COrTA(li Fiv rooms, loiil. Hot-eson ttreet; J vac tnt during the lever. Applv next door. fMJR.N ltHhb htJo.ub -Wall or wlthou. board 1 No. 2Sl rhlidst.eet. "li'ARM A tire Fiull Farm and market garden JC convenient to cl y, on good ro id; excellent or chards and vi ie-yarits Ip bearing; cood lmprL-ve- nieuts;Uudln . kt-rate eonnmon. Apply to HOU-4& A incel lurnisn. o: house lu a central portion of tne city, for furnished rooms. Must have all modern Improvements. Apply to I, D. Connway, S Madison. rUK resilience of Ell Hayner, t Uili's citation, Aiempbls and Charleston railroad, 3 ml es from thr city. House roulains nine looms, with 18 acres of land atti-ched. Apply to W. K. KVN Fit. 2i'V Main srreet. LAUCE Roo to one or to single gentlemen, without board, one laige room, unfuintshed; with est and south windows, gas and grate; fumtl prtvte. A tiply at 2i.H Tlilid sireet. IlMjRiN ISSUED rwinsror rent, single or in suit, at " reasonable rates, ht 58 Maiu street, near Union. Reference nniii'ivd HOUSE the best Nliu.,td i.ouse l cliy lor a boa'dlpghous, cor. Madison and Third. Ap ply to R. W. tlAMhl i. Mut. Mor-geCo .:2D Main st. N TEW LY FUHNISUKD ROOMS-Cheap to gen- .1 ....... A I...1. BRICK HiUE A very desirable brick residence, furnished or not, the rent taken In either board or In money. Premises In tine order. Location, I.elehboihixi. !.. th l-st. (Vtll nt I 7H Union st. Tlifi lite Mi ! LOOK OUT FOR BARGAINS! Extra line Oranges, line for hh"prinr. Extra Hoe Apples, line for SLippiti-. Extra Layer Fi.in boxes. Choice Mal ipa (J rapes la brband kegs. Larabee'd CelcvrrateU Crackers. Atmort's rium Paddlo? Atuiore's Miuce Meat, In brls and buckets. Extra fine Leghorn Citron. Extra line Dtheisa Kaisin?. Extra Fine London Kali-Ins. Extra Fine Seedless Kaisins. French Mixed and Mkk Cacdy. Extra Fine French Prunes. Choice Peach and Apple lintter. Sweet Cider, barrel-", 1-2 brl and Keg-s. Genuine Maple Syrup. Genuine Maple Suar. Assorted ' nts, Curre. ts, Jelly, Preseryes, Cocoannts and the White Swan Flonr, which, for niakits Cake, Light Dread, Llsht KolN, Etc., together with the price, lias no rqnal intliecitj. tf-Having a large st ck rf the at ve goods on hand, ami ra h. r in.in iisk ca:rl i any of tUe.rri over, we aie determined to me-t in- hud limes and ell at thi lowtt cash biLs s. Close bu;.- s and economists am Invited to call an i e?lbste are prepared to make good all we cuuin In our c ird. (jfatlsf.icion -uaraiileed lu eveiy lust.uice or money relundecl (2J B. fil. Stratton & Co. A1CT1QX WALKS. LAKGE STOCK OF Dl'.Y GOODS, CLoTIIINU, BOOTS, SHOE3, HAT3. l-'orolnhioz Moods. BY A. E. IBAXRLAI, 233 Jtaln treet. Clay notldlog. EVKRY DAY TH13 WEEK. CounUy Buyers Attend: StiKk Must be Closed Out! TRUSTEE' SALE of f;me- n'ATCHKN, JKWF.LRV, llATIO.l, NILVEK A.l I'liATK" 1VABE, AT AUCTION, BY A. 31. STODDARD, 2 3Ialn street. Comprising everylblrg offered by the best Houses In the country, we m.ntion In part as above. Also, Ladles' and Gents' Chalhs. Lockets, Pius, Rings, etc. ttf- An good) are warranted as represented A Rare Chance for the Holidajs. Halel'onimeoringBt- l- o'clock To-day And continuing AFTERNOON AND NIGHT Until all the Goods are sold. ADMIMSTUATOR'S SALE OF BOOKS, STATIONERY. ETC., Keitate of the I.ate F I. Cleaves. la The stock will be offered at private sale from this day, !ir the Uolldajs.w'il Also, a Lot of FASCY OODt. A.M. Htoddard. AnctloBcer.sesiwMaLo St. J. A. ANDERSON, Public Administrator. ADMIMSIKATOR'S SALE AT AUCTION. Of Stock and fixtures of the late t. o;:l, COMPRI-INd WATCHMAKERS' MATERIALS, TOOLS, CLOCKS. WATCHB. KYE-tLASSES, " Two Large CHRONOMETER AND CALENDER CLOCKS. TWO IRON SAFES. SHOW CASE COUNTERS and SHELVING. SALE ON Thursday. Dee. ttG, at lO o'clooli. A. 91. MTODDABD, Auctioneer. j. A.'-NDy.RSON, Public Administrator. 500 CHR0MUS ! CaROAOS ! Wholesale aud Retail, by A. K. F K A X K L A Jl 1. 233 Main Street. 'ly Bntlding. LOST. ON SATURDAY, December 14th. gold enamaled bracelet, with lull name engraved on Inside. A Hbend renaid will be paid on returning same to this olliee. TAKKX III. CKiW-A hvge size bilndlecow, with a calf 4 ) months old, which the owner can have by pay ing charges and proving property. Cutis. Bojde, col CT'd. Bass avenu. two miles fom city. STKAYJKD tIt STOLEN. MARE -A light bay medium size mare. In good order when stolen; very thick through the jaws and white specks on Jaws; on leit side sev eral mams, lesemb'es soios that have healed up, caused by bd bl od; la'ge eyes. 1 ng small scar on breast and Is a fine blooded little mare; wont work go-'d in harness; will kick bad In harness; a natural roadster and rides well. 810 reward Will be paid tor her return to Thomas Uaywell, four and a hall mlUs on obi Rale gh road. FJIS SALE OU EXCIl-XGE. 'IViGiia At fjcadozi-n nr not as cheap as the Hav-Jl- ana filled No. 10 cigar, which SOLCOLEwaN sells von tor live cents. Send for a Wholesale Price List of Coleman's Cigars rpEsPE.NCr.lt PLACE, on Sollriiilne avenue, L two and one-half miles from Court Square, containing ten acres; five acres orchard: house con tains 10 rooms; also cistern; grod outbuildings. Apply on the pUice. H. W. SfKNCKR. r:u?oiAL. DR. SNYDF.R Ohtca on North Court, by Express building, and In rear ot (ieneral Honlgau's otllce. tit b. NOLLkY. Notary Public and Justice of VV . the Peao, Hayevtlle (Withe Depot) leun. Special attention given to collection oi claims. HIUHtST ca-h prices paid tor second-hand clothing, caipels and Jewelry at Philip Simon's 85 Reals street. Orders promptly mended to. M EWBORN. DENTIST, 34 MADISON STREET. D r. 11... . ..ITICH'LT I ,17 .'A..-. ' near Main. Oltlce hours: to 10 am., 1 to 2 m i!ddv. and 7 to w o'clock p m. A. FEUKRSTACKE. Pino and organ tune, and repairer, at wi i.mann aeconu. STUAVKD. "DULL CALF-On Thaisday, December 19th J j Jer?ev bull calf, about ten months old: tad on anew rope hal'er. A liberal reward will be paid for h s raurn to W. L. vai.ee. No. 8 Madison street. C' tOW Light red cow, wl'h 'ong horns and brand j ed with a tigjre " F ve dollars rewaid for her return to Mi'ii'a. 6yu ttaynurn avenue. I O.NY So:iel. with bridle and saddle; name of L owner on saddle Return the same to station- house and be rewarded. B,Y He RdK )c.urtii hsnds high; one bay hois-mule, lame In left fore-foct. A reward will be paid on delivery to P. M. I'atleison & Co.. 110 J: Hereon street. "DULL A red bull, one norn straight, the other t t standing out to tne side; osiweeu tne noma, curl? hair inquire ai iy?r union street. HOOTS .N ANB JLtOAISL. InuRNIshED ROOMS-Wlth or without board ' also day i.oaroers ceommodHtf d at7 JeffTson 1 1 WO oei I rable Trout roims, v. lib board, at No. 02 I. Alaulson street. OuMs Su't of front loo.r s, with board, al 11 Court street. Day baaiders wanted. EL FG iNTF'RONT PARLOR Suitable ror family. Single room forgeuileman. 1U4 Courtetieet. I OoMS Comloilahle rooms, m a private house. J furulshed or uufornhhed, for itcnt!emen or families. Rates to suit the limes. 101 J.nersonst. t JO MS and board ut 4sl Shelcy street. Befer- ll ences required TTMRST-CLaS-s rocms. with or without board. JP Terms very mml rt". No. H4 Mulberry. FOR WALE. OTK'K AND FIXTCHES-Good payne commls- l1 slon business; one or the ties: stands in the city. Reasons for selling, change f business. Address COj11II3SI')N. Appeal office. BOOKS The booss or the late lirm of S. Kauf man Bro. will be sold to the highest bidder, for cash, January 2d. 1H7!'. at Sturm t Hlrscn's of fice, between hgal hours, 2H1 Main street. S. YEN DIG. AsMgnee. HORSES AND ML! LK - Five or six horses and one mule. Apply at TAYLOR ARNOLD'S, 272 Jr rout street T AND 240 seres on bo h sides of the Mississippi J and Teiines-.ee railroad; live miles rrom thecliy, a lluinlng tamp Joe Williams. Also, 500 acres on I're-lcem's Island. Audit.-s P. Al., caie Hill, Fon taine ft LO. c 'TOCK AN D FIXTURES Of ret ill erocery. O Ari.iress. SI APLE. Ap;eal offlce. INs.- New (,1ns. Aveiy make. Ii. DOW, 210 j t ronl street. "DRICK Shipped cheap by river or railioad. Leave JJ ordirsat John A- Denies. Hod ront street. Large concessions will be made on orders for good balmoiiBrlcK, suitable lor chimneys or setting i oil' ers. ef O. H. P. PIPER. "1VE nuudred Thousand heart hand-made shlniles, very low. at R. L. Locuran s Co s. ALL'S SFE, Shriving and Counters of Her- zog t Bro. Great Ha'gain. Apply to LEE IIER7.0G, 'Jnii Main street B R1LK -Cueape t In town, at Llaik's yaid, coruer Orleans and Georgia siretts. IjKAHD CONCERT HARP Double action, rtla Id octaves, hmhiy finished. One STEINWAYand to other i octave Pianos, all second-hand, exireme- ly low for ca-h. E. vv it.mann t CO. . TATCE3 Two larpe Italian marble statues; one. termed "Renienibiance." represents a wo-nan entwining Mowers into a wreath; the second. "Affeo tlm," reo esenis a woman fcatlerlng flowers over a grave. For particulais and pricj Imjulre o' Vincent Bo to. southeast corner w a-nu eton anu rnnt sis. 1'Iiotosraphy. At the famous jallery of JJingham Bros., situated on the corner of Main and Jefferson streets, the very best of photographs can be procured by visiters. Bingham Bros, are well known artists in their line of business. They have had extensive experience, and havo bo arranged their gallery, as to the proper li?ht and shade, as to be able on all occasions to take pood likenesses, and give satisfaction to their customers. The chemi cals and other materials used by them are of the very best description, and hve been se lected with care. The life-like likeness of the lamented Colonel Butler P. Anderson, a copy of which appears in the Appeal, of to day, was taken at the gallery of Bingham Bros. Ail visitors to our city should give them a call and inspect the works of art now on exhibition. Save Your Child's Life! By pivinrr Dr. ilcFFETT'sTEETniNA ( Teefh' iiig Pou-ders.) Telthina will regulate the bowels and make teething easy. Cures cholera infantum and tuo summer complaints of children, hta's eruptions and sores, re moves and prevents worms. Anodynes only soothe; Tcethina cures the child. Wil keraou & Co., and all druggists keep it. 2i Cases Ex. Flue Leghorn Citron. 100 Boxes Finest Debesia Raisins. 200 Roxes Finest London Lajer Raisins 100 Boxes Looe Muscatel Raisins, Ex tra Fine. oO Boxes Sultana Seedless Rafeins. 1000 Boxes Fine Layer Raisins. 1000 Boxes Halves and Quarters, Layer Raisins. 50 Cases Extra Fine Layer Fig-s, In Boxes. oO Barrels Choice Malaga Grapes. 25 Boxes Prnuells. 200 Boxes and Keg-s French Prunes. 300 Barrels Ants, all kinds. 500 Barrels Selected Orang-es. 1000 Barrels Selected Apples, Tor Ship ping. 1000 Pkgs. Atmore's Mince Meat. 1000 Boxes Fancy and SticS Candy. The above goods are FltK.HH and XK1V, and shipped at low freights. The prices will be made lower than ever. These goods have never before been offered In Memphis. The attention or cash and prompt-raying eastomers Is especially Invited. We bltall taUe pleaanre in showing the goods and giving prices. Oliver, Finnie & Co LOCAL FAKAGKArHS. It snowed again after dark last evening. The Appeal presents a business ap pearance to-day. A ticket in the next drawing of the Lou isiana Stale lottery might prove a valuable Cnristmas present. Louise and I. By Dodge. At Wills & Wikloerger's; also, writing-desks, work- boxes, albums, etc. Kiss and Be Friends, and several other new novels jutt received by Wills Wild' berger, 317 Main street. To-morrow will be motion day at the chancery court. It will also be the last day of court until after the holidays. A Naughty Biography. By Mrs. Enoch Tavlnr. .lust received bv Wills & Wildber- ger, 317 Main Btreet ; also, the largest stock of Christmas goods in tne city. Petitions for writs of mandamus against the citv continue to be hied in our courts. The writs will be served at the next meeting of the general council, on the first Wednesday evening ot next January. The county register would be pleased it the individual who exchanged hats with him at his cthce on yesterday would return ana re exchange. The hat taken was a good one, but the hat left was of uo account. Two large main of cocks will be fought on Christmas day at Humboldt ram day and night. Five shike-bags for five hundred dollars, between the hours of twelve and one o clock. Sport begins at ten o ciock, snarp The Memphis Mannerchor will give at thtir hall, corner second ana jenerson streete. on Christmas nisrht, a crand festival. Tbe admission is one dollar, and each ticket includes five chances for the Christmas tree Ladies will be admitted free. At the annual communication of DeSoto lodce. 1S0. 299. held at their lodge-room on Friday night, December 20ih, the following oflicer8 were elected for the ensuing twelve months: Bun F. Price, W. M.: C. Alunding er, S. W.; H. B. Cullen, J. W.; Malcolm Ragan, secretary; D. T. Porter, treasurer. La Perichole will be the bovffe attraction which will be presented by the Adah Rich mond Enslish opera bovffe troupe at the Theater to-morrow night. It will be repeated on Tuesday night. The Christmas matinee attraction will be La Grand Duchesne, and on Christmas night, Girofle-Girofla, will be presented. Mr Samuel II. Coward has remitted two months rent from his tenants, in consequence of the prevalence of the vellow-fever epidemie in this city, from September 5th to November 5th. This is a good deed, one ol liumanity and generosity worthy of all praise, and most deserving ut being toiiowed by an landlords, Who next? The retail game tuaiket disclosed the following prices yesterday: Venison nams and saddles, 12c. perpound; rabbits, 12c; quail, 12c; wild ducks, 20c; wild geese, 75c: wild turkeys, SI 50; squirrels, l'.J.ic Game lake fish, 8c per pound; red enapper, 12c per pound. Celery, 10a per dozen. Work on Sholes's Memphis Citu Directo ry, for 1879, will be commenced the coming week, and pushed to as speedy a completion as possible. The thorough and reliable works cotten up by him heretolore are sulti cient guaranty that the new Directory will be iust what is now very much needed. Let everybody give it caret al attention when called on by Mr. bholes s reporters. Thomas J. Drury, who some time since was sentenced by our United States circuit court judge to imprisonment in the peniten tiary on the charge of counterfeiting, has been pardoned by President Hayes. Drury is the lather ot iiobert Drury. wno was re cently tried and acquitted before our criminal court ou the charge of killing hn uncle Frank Uibson, in 1J7, on Poplar street :n this city. The services at eleven o'clock this morn ing at St. Mary's (Episcopal) cathedral, on Poplar street, will be the memorial of the late Rev. Messrs. Parsons, Schuyler ard Schwrar, the four deacons, Sisters of St. Mary, two vestrymen, and twenty-five other members of the congregation, and twelve members of the Bluff City Grays. The Bluff C ty Grays and Chickasaw Guards, in full uniform, will be in attendance. The ser vices will be held by Rev. George C. Harris, dean of St. Mary's. Last Thursday, in this city. Mr. D. G. Reahard and Mis Maggie L. Vincent were united in the bonds of matrimony. Mr. Reahard is one of the survivors of the great yellow fever plague, be having several re lapses of fuver. He was a leading visitor of the lloward aasociation, and worked faith fully and energetically. Tbe Appeal ex tends to Mr. Reahard and bride numberless wishes for their happiness and prosperity. The following is the mortuary report for the week ending six o'clock Saturday even ing, December 21. 1&78: y amc. Sex. 1 Age. Culur. Diatae. J. Delano Marsh.W. Taylor Arih'ir Rapp J Johu Cosnrove.. I D. . Wlllard. , Wm. Sting r wuiie P. Patton Mary E. Ellis. .. Marian E. Leech MollleK. Blech. J. P. Pittman... In. of Mra.Yulas male. male. male. male. male. male. male, female, female, female, female, female. 87 3 0 mos 40 8 45 14mo 88 20 64 1 day 6 81 white white white white white white white white white white white white co 1'ed col'ed col'ed dropsy. cons'mptlon. Indigestion. detmty. laryiiKltiS- heuio'rhage. dentition. cons'mptlon. cons'mptlon. iperiroi.uis. dir. diarrhea unknown, dropsy. ,cons'mptlon. cons'mptlon. unknown. ! pneumonia, dentition, icons'mpl on. : unknown. ( pneumonia. A. Re I male. A. w ood Ann Kelley Inf. Mrs.Negran J. Hutchison.. .. R. Drluer S. Patterson Annie Branch .. C. Stewart female, female, female, female, female, female, f.niaie. female. il w'k 89 17 mos 27 22 20 col'ed col ed col'ed col'ea col'ed col'ed Total for.the week, 21 ; whites. 12; colored, 9; from hospital, 6; fetill-born, 1. R. V. BROWN, M. D., Secretary Board ot Health. PEKSOMALV. Mr. James C. Snedecor, has returned to the city to spend the holidays. Miss Laura Horn, guest of Miss Lena Hartie, lelt yesterday for her home in St. Louis. Mrs. Ii. E. Hawks (nee Marie C. Hifzfeld) is on a visit to her old home to spend the I holidays. j Menken Brothers will be open on Mon- ! day and luesday nights tor the accommoda tion of the public. . .... . . Ladieu and irenta thculd use Elein rjolish. Mud, enow or w ater does not destroy the pol ish. Warranted not to injure leather. For sale at 292 Main street. Our friend, J. T. Blaise. ha3 taken the agency of V. Iilalz's celebrated Milwaukee bder. both barrels and bottles. His ofhee is at 322 Main street. CaII and see him. If you want to make your friends happy. present them with one of Harpman's hce boxes of cigars, with a fine meerschaum holder, thrown in. See advertisement in our local. Gaston's hotel bar is one of the fashiona ble and popular places of resort at present. It is presided over by Colonel Warner, the scientific intermixer of most wonderful drink. The elegant barroom is crowded daily by gee- tlemen who drink good liquor?, and 'wish them put up in a palatable manner. They know Colonel Warner in the man to do that as no other man can. B. B. Rogers, formerly of Memphis, and late of St. Louis, has returned to take charge of the carriage business of the late J. & A. P. Morgan, where he will be glad to see his friends. CniEK-OF-Poic Athy leaves the city to-day for a week or so on a visit to his daughter in Brown county, Ohio. During his absence Captain R. F. Arata will act as chief of police. Charles Warden has opened the Tra ders saloon, southeast comer of Second and Monroe, and will keep the place stocked with the best of wines, liquors, oysters, cigars, etc. Open day and night. Wills & Wildberger, at 317 Main utreet, have just opened a new lot of Christ mas goods, consisting of writintr-desks, work boxes, albums, box paper and juvenile books. Come to see us before makingyour purchase. Stonie Griffino 13 exhibiting a new and attractive merchandise in the windows of G. W. Jones & Co.'s drug etore, consisting ot beautiful tropical grasses and winter bequeta, for Christmas gif-3. They are beautiful in deed, and will last for years. S. C. Toof & Co , the famous printers, lithographers and blank-book manufacturers, are turning out splendid work. Their tick ets, bank checks, etc", are Eplendid, and their 1. lank-books and binding cannot be surpaesed by any house in the country. Prof. Perring is in Cincinnati, having been invited by Theodore Thomas and the presidc-nt of the Musical college to accept the professorship of that institution. He will re turn in a few days and announce to his friends and pupils his decision. Mr. E. Converse, the well known and popular billiard man, we are pleased to note, has agaiu opened his parlors at 272 Second street, Ayres Building, where he will be pleased to greet his old friends and patrons. Mr. Converse, as successor of the late J. H. Willett and authorized agent of the Bruns wick Sr Balko company, is prepared to fill orders for billiard tables and billiard goods of a'l kinds at short notice. Grcbbs, Austin & Berry are selling clothing at such low prices that everyone who wants a suit should go there at once and ex amine their immense new stock' They have well-made suits at all prices, from ten dollars up to the highest priced goods. Overcoats are selling lower than ever before. These gentlemen appreciate the competition that now exists in the clothing business, and are determined to sell accordingly. JoriNSTON fe Vancp, whose well-filled clothing store is in the Peabody hotel build ing, ar; doing a lively business aod giving satisfaction to all who po there to purchase clothing or furnishing goods. They have a large stock, which has been carefully selected, the suits having been made to order expressly for this market. Having a very large stock of overcoats, which they desire to reduce as rapidly as possible, they are offering them very low. Everything in the way of furnishing goods can be found in great variety, all new and stylish. LOCAL NOTICES. Get your Christmas catdies at Floyd's. W. Z. Mitchell's school, 293 Second st. Boys' boots as cheap as you want them at Miller's. 221 Main street. Dr. Voorhies, orulist and aurist, has re moved to No. 80 Couit street. Have you se?n the electric sicn of the El gin polish company, 292 Main street. Men's cassimere suits at $7 50, worth $15, at M. Fuld's old stand, oo'.i Main street- Thayer, the jeweler, has removed to 307 Main street. See hia fiao selection of jewelry. Asif your grocer for GalT Floischman & Co.'s compressed yeast, A. & J. Heiligers general agents. . Tracy's New Year's cards are already at tracting much attention. They are decidedly novel and now. Try the Memphis dental compano at Ross's old stand, 265 Main street, for style of work and prices. All work unsurpassed. The plumbing and gas-filling establish ment of J. W. X. Browne is now regularly open. Orders proiuply attended to. Query. "Why will men smoke common tobacco when they can buy Marburg B-o's Seal of North .Carolina at the. eame pne?" Use Elgin polish. It gives a gbeautiful black luster that will last through mud and wet cn boats or shoes one week; on harness, fix months, and on a carriage-top, one year. For sale at 292 Main stieet. From eminent Dr, C. C. Clark, Oswego, N, Y: " I have made sufficient experiment of Colden's Liebig's liquid extract of beef and tonic invigorator, to enable me to say it is by far the best of all the preparations of the kind (food and tonic) that I have ever used. To the sufferer from chronic diseases, or the convalescent it is invaluable, being both nourishing and strengthening." Do you want to die? Why. of course not, but the fever and ague, or some similar dis order, gathers in many a man, and it may take you if you don't lortify yourself against it. Ycu can do tins in no better way than by using Reed's gilt-edge tonic. It is agree-: able, wholesome and invigorating, and in colic, dysentery and all disorders of that kind it proves a mild corrective and an agree able stimulant. Ls purity is guaranteed, AMUSEMENTS. The Phenomenal Actress. The Cincinnati Enquirer, of recent dae, states that "Dr. and Mrs. Hamilton Griffin, and Mrs. Griffin's justly far-famed daughter, Mary Anderson, were at the Burnet house last night en route to Nashville, where the phenomenal actress begins her 'compiny' season nest Monday evening, under John Norton's management." The "phenomenal" actress will play an engagement at the Mem phis Theater New Year's week, and will ap pear in a round of characters. Memphis Theater. To-morrow night the Adah Richmond English opera boutl'e troupe will commence au engagement at ths Theater, and wi;l open in La Perichole. Of the troupe the New Or leans Picayune, of the twentieth instant, says: "The Adah Richmond opera bouffa troupe appeared at the St. Charles last night in Lecocq's Gircfle Girola, a comic opera full of beautiful music, and opportunities for spirited action. It is in muuy ways a test piece for tbe leading artists ot a company, and it must be said that the members of the Richmond troupe acquitted themselves re markably well. Englibh artists in an Eng lish version of French opera bouffe cannot be expected to come up to tae Aimee standard. Ail things considered, Miss Ilichmoi.d's trouce ave a Letter performance of Girofle- Girofla than has been seen here in English. The fair Adah did honor to herself in the role of the twin sisters. Miss Winston was a dashing 'Marasquin,' and Bung and acted her part with good effect. The 'Mourzouk' of Mr. Hamilton was unusuallv good. He looked and acted the part, and his rich voice was greatly admired. This singer is particu larly happy in enunciation, singing correctly if,.;r. oil -nwio ,i;.,tinti- ciu, uiiLg ii 1 1 nviuo uiaiiubuji What Papa Wants. "When I go to sleep to-night, mama," said Johnnie. "I'm ies Eointr to dream as hard as I can, an' sec it I can't dream what papa wants for Christmas. So the little fvllow cuddled up and humped himself un der the cover and fell off to sleep, a smile upon his lips and a soft flush on his c.ieek, over which the bright silken hair fell in neg ligent confusion. The next morniner Johnnie was up bright and early, and seemed filled with something be wanted to let out. "What's the matter?" asked papa, dressing. "I'se waitin' till you go to tell mama," re plied the little fellow. Fmally, when his father did go, he said: "Mama, now I know what papa wants; I dreamed it. It is some of Sol Coleman's cigars. You know he says they are elegant, lie always smokes them, and you must give him a box of nice imported Havanas. I know where Sol Cole man keeps; it is at 316 Main street, near Monroe. PETER II. DUXNELLY, 307 Poplar Street, lias for Sale Vew London Layer Halslns. sw Currants, Xew Prune a. Mew Fles, Xew Citron, Sew al, Siew Pickles, Kew Pigs-feet, Xew Baeknlieat, Sew Holland Herring, Sweet Cider, Atmore's 31lnce-aieat, A Choice Selection of Perfumery and. Hair Oil. Genuine Irish and Scotch Whiskies, Kentucky JJonrbon, Etc. All of which will be sold as low as In any house In Slempbix. Look. At our Laces this week. LOWENSTEIN & BROS. Dok't forget Thayer, Main street. the live jeweler, GREAT ATTRACTION AT THK ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE of the Falasky Brothers Estate, 5473 Slain street. 73 Slain Street. Will Pay You Well to Visit l'a This Week. HEAD OIK AOVF.VTISKMCXT. Call and examine our goods, and see if it is a wonder that we are the busiest house in the city. We head our list thid week as special bar gains for tbe holidays: 300 pieces delaine at 20 yards fcr $ 1. Handsome knickerbocker, at 6: per yard. Beautiful dress plaids, at )0s per yard. Brocaded dress goods, at 15c per yard. Silk and wool bourettes, at 17Jc per yard. Finest quality brocaded dress goods, at 20c per yard. Double-fold black alpacca, at 20c per yard. Remeiiiber Our Christmas Gift, 20 Yards Dtlaine for One Dollar, ON MONDAY AND TUESDAY ONLY. Our Great Specialty. Black cashmere, from 10 to 3oc peT yard less than elsewhere. Finest assortment in red and white table damask and towels. Good red table damask, at 50c per yard. Bleached table damask, at 55c per yard. Beautiful damask towels, at 15c a piece. Balance of Messrs. L. Heilprin & Co.'s finest CLOAKS! CLOAKS! at immense reduction from last week, to CLOSE. Diagonal cloaks, that were last week $7, this week for $5. Superior matelasse cloaks,that were f 10 for $7 50. Finest quality matelasse, that were $12 50, for 3 50. Very fine beaver and matelasse cloaks, last week $15, this week $10. Choice beaver and matelasse cloaks fcr $12 50. This lot comprises cloaks that cost $20 a piece to manufacture. Ladies will consult their own interest by giving us a look in the above department. DOLLS! DOLLS! DOLLS! A nice dressed doll for 15c. A much larger size for 50c. Largest size, dressed, 75c. HANDKERCHIEFS. HANDKERCHIEFS. Oar assortment is immense. We will offer gents' cambric handkerchiefs, put up six in a beautiful box, for 65s per box. Six fine gents' and ladies' handkerchiefs, warranted all linen, put in a beautiful box, for $1 25 per box. Silk, lace, linen and cambric handkerchiefs for gents, ladies, misses and children, very cheap. KID GLOVES. KID GLOVES. We will sell our f 1 kid glove for 45c. We will Btll our $1 25 kid glove for 50c. We will sell our $1 25 3-button kid glove for 75c. Our best kid glove, $1; worth $2 a pair. CORSETS. CORSETS. We are offering $1 corsets for 50c. We are offering $1 25 corsets for 75o. We are offering $1 75 corsets for $1. We are offering $2 corsets for $1 25. We are offering $2 50 corsets tor $1 50. FELT SKIRTS. FELT SKIRTS. Our 50c skirts, elsewhere $1. Oar 75. skirts, elsewhere $1 25. Oar $1 skirt, ia solid colors, elsewhere $2. Our great specialty, the satin quilted skirts, $2 50; worth $4. BLANKETS AND COMFORTS. Oar great $1 comfort is wcrth $2. Our great $1 25 comfort is worth $2 25. Oor great $1 50 comfort is worth $2 50. White blankets at $1 50 per pair. 50 pair largest size all wool blankets at $4. These blankets are cheap at $7 a pair. GENTS UNDERWEAR. Largest stock and prices very low. Good undershirts from 20c upward. FURS. FURS. Very fine mink boas at $2 50, worth $10 each. Largest sie fur capes at $2 50, worth $10 each. Children's eeta, collar and muff, $1, worth $4 each. From the late Herisog fc Brother's stock we will offer this week : 50 real Valenciennes lace curtains at $1 25, worth from $5 to $10 each. Also fine Nottingham lace curtains at a bargain. Balance of, Falasky & Brother's stock. CARPETS. CARPETS. All wool filling two-ply carpets at 45;, worth 75c. All wool carpets, full yard wide, 40c, worth 75c. Best Ingrain carpets, in Era!l dark pat tern, suitable for halls, 30c per yard. Ve will show perfect gems of beauty of finest velvet rugs, at $4 each. Largest size Brussels rugs, at $3 each. Smaller size Brussels rugs, iu beautiful de sign, at 85c, CLOIHIXG. BOOTS AND SHOES. We will head this list with a good over coat, at $3 50. A good suit of clothing, at $4 50. An all wool suit of clothing, at $S. Full stock boots, at $1 75 per pair. Best quality bovs' boots, at $1 50 per pair. Full stock men's brogans, at 85c per pair. Women's unlined shoes, at 75c per pair. Ladies' sewed shoes, at $1 a pair. Good cotton checks, at 7c per yard. Best yard-wide sheetins-, at 640 per yard. uood Heavy jeanB, at lo per yard. Remember Our Christmas Gift, 20 Yards Delaine for $t. II, liUACH djt CO.. 273 Main street. 273 Main street Opposite Court square, Administrators for the Falasky Brothers' Estate. Thayer wants your old gold and silver BRING IN YOUR ORDERS FOR WOOD AND COAL before the holidays. We are now prepared to make prompt deliveries. C. B. BYRAN CO., 13 Madison street. Eoultry, (ame and Fish. Steve Clements, the well-known proprietor of the market No. 86 Beale 6treet. has re ceived a large and fresh lot of Christmas turkeys, oysters, celery, game of all kinds, and fish from the bayous, lakes, culf and rivers. These he will sell to customers and the general public at exceedingly low Drices He keeps nothing on hand and for sale except mat wmcn the best markets anord. Steve Clemeut's, at 86 tsealefstreet, has iresn tut Keys ana poultry lor Cnristmas. Youths' suitp in large variety, at panic prices, at 31. r'uld s old stand, 333J Main street. A full line of fancy bnxes for presents at Floyd's. More rSewinjc-Tlaoliino--, With needles, parts, attachments and repairs for all kinds, at J. B. Aldrich's, No. 254 Second street. Gold watches, chains, fine rings, silver"1 ware and clocks at Thayer's, uider the Pca body hotel. Just Received. Fine gift-books, fancy stationery, albauis. handsome writing-desks, toilet cases, just received at Clapp & Taylor', 315 Main Btreet. Down Goes fresh Oyster. Frfm -pWf (V . ealarif Sfl.i . Li, V 9- . prime, 20c.; 25c .extra.onevery. dozen Icrshipl ping, at j. a. siGiiAioo's, 273 Second. A A'au.hty Uiirgraphy, My Mrs. Er.cch Taylor. 'J'nis merry little lock is now ready. Those who are expecting it wiil plcvse c.tll. and ever body els to buy Christ ma i'tts tin Imoks. d' sks.canies.etc. VOI Nci ,t BROTHER. 24 Main street. Faxnv, jou sliail have one of Thayer's fine engagement rings; Le has such beauties. Tub shuttle of .the new Howe has no holes to thread. See it at 254 Second street. GREAT CLOAK KALE. MENKEN BROTHERS Will offer to-morrow 2000 Cloaks, be ing the stock of a New York importer, which they have bought very low, and offer them at half their value. READ! READ! READ! Chinchilla Cloaks at.. $3 00 $4 00 $5 00 Beaver Cloaks at 5 00 6 00 8 00 Diagonal Cloaks at... 5 00 7 00 9 00 Matelass? Cloaks at. . . 5 00 7 00 8 50 DOLMANS! CIRCULARS! DOLMANS! Beaver Dolmans at Diagonal Dolmans at Matelasse Dolmans at-. Circulars at $10 $12 $14 . 15 18 20 . 12 16 IS . 6 8 10 VELVET CLOAKS. VELVET CLOAKS. Silk Velvet Cloaks at $10, worth $30 Silk Velvet Cloaks at 15, worth 50 S:lk Velvet Cloaks at 25, worth 75 MENKEN BROTHERS. Clapp &, Taylor. Before making your purchases you Bbou'd examine the large stock of holiday goods just received at Clapp & Taylor's, 315 Main street, which they are offering at eastern prices. Fine Christmas oysters and celery at Steve Clement's, 86 Beale street. That new Howe sewing-machine beats them all. See it at. J. B. ALDRICH, 2.4 Second street. Freh Oysters and Celery Received daily by express at Victor D. Fuchs's, 39 and 41 Jefferson street. CuiNcniLLA overcoits at $7, worth $15, at M. Fuld's old stand. 333,1. .Main street. Everybody Hnovs that Francis Feiling, No. 200 Main street, is a boot and shoemaker, who can't be beat as far as a good fit, durable and good work is concerned. He is selling now in order to reduce bis stock, at very reasonable prices. Caii and s-?e him. Pots cassimere suits at $4, worth $7 0, ut M. Fu'd's old stand, 33oJ Main street. For the accommodation of the public, we will keep our store open till ten o'clock Mon day and Tuesday nights. KRE9EB, HEBZOO A CO. Engravings, jfaintings. Easels, music-stands, commode?, chretno- frames, etc., etc., GREATLY REDUCED, TO CLOSE. M. HE-NOCeSBEUO 4 CO., 335 and 337 Main street. Children's suits at $2 75, worth f 5, at oij Main street Al. r uld s old stand. All kinds of game for the holidays at bteve Clement s, ob lieaie street. Christmas 1'resents. An elegant assortment of Wostenholem's POCKET-KNIVES, RAZORS AND SCISSORS, Table Cutlery and Boys' Tool-Chests. ORG ILL BROTHERS CO., 310 and 312 Front street. Embree's Liver Medicine, Fifty Cents. For all liver complaints and their attendant evils, bilious attacks, constipation, dyspepsia. headache, fever and ague, malaria, etc., this is a speedy remedy. Purely vegetable and pleasant taste. G. W. Jones & Co., Mem' phis, agents. There's no mistake, that one-half the spasms and cramps in children are the result ot worms, and even adults are frequently treated under mistake, when the genuine seat of the disease is worms. 1 ry Dr. C, M'Lane's celebrated vermifuge, taking great care to see rleming Bros., Fittsburg," on the label, and you will learn a great secret. New Goods Xew Goods. Just received by GRUDISS, AUSTIN & RKRRY, 323 Main street, Memphis. Boys' and children's suits, ulsters and over coats. New cassimere suits, and a full assortment of overcoats and ulsters for men. Now is your time to buy Christmas presents cheap. Extra inducements offered merchants in our wholesale department. French mixed candies, twenty-fiv cents per pound, at t loyd s. Christinas Presents. An elegant assortment of Wostenholem's POCKET-KNIVES, RAZORS AND SCISSORS, Table Cutlery and Hoys' Tool-Chests. ORG ILL BROTHERS & CO., 310 and 312 Front street. He didn't know what ailed him. He wasn't sick but he had no appetite, his food didn t digest well and he lelt weak and de bilitated. He guessed he was "all run down;" what shall he do? Just let him take a wine-glassful of Reed's cilt-edge tonic three times a day and he will be surprised at the resuit. It is intended to meet just such cases as his, and it never fails. It is a safe and pleasant lnvigorant. Men's underwear of all qualities at panic prices, at M. Fuld's old stand, 333 Main street. J. A. Signaijco. Received, daily, fresh oysters, fresh fish, game and celery, at 278 Second street, oppo site Court square. To the Ladies. Call at M'Catthy's, tbe leader of fashion and low prices, for elegant scarfs, silk hand kerchiefs, collars, etc. If you want to make a present to a gentleman you will find my stock complete. 235 and 2352 Main street. Meed-Oats. Ited rust-proof and black seed-oats. W. J. CUAHE A. CO. Juvenile Books from 25j to $5. Over five hundred different kinds, cheaper than the cheapest, at Mansford's. Thater, the live jeweler, 307 M n street. Go TO SIjLken B. others' Great Coafc Sale. WM. FRANK. WM . FRaN Oftoi' Cliristmas an In Extensive Variety At Uncommonly Low Prices ! I Exquisite Silk Bourette Overdress Patterns At One-half 7! S7. n Trs"-a "a (7 ? v3 rv linn n h fi h m m n a u u a ti c.v.i-i yiy iM Htiu W-ii The Very Kewest Designs, at actual rost of llaaafarturt or Importation. o We shall also Exhibit Ihc Most Elegant Variety of HO Ever before Seen In the City at Reason.be Prices. o 3E3EIVL,iHLta 33-S-2I?a" A LAltGE LOT LADIES' AND CHILDRFN'S SHOES, LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S SHOES. Ot the VERY BEST manufacture, AT ABOUT OAE-IIALF ORIGINAL COST. 248Maiu Wm. Fraufc & CO.. 24G Main HOLIDAY GOODS! B. LOWENSTEIN & BROTHERS Will on to-morrow, Monday, December 23J, open those long looked for Stylish and Cheap! ! Dolmans! Dolmans! ! Cloaks! Cloaks! ! Ordered expressly for the Holiday trade. B. LOWENSTEIN & BROS. Would advise their friends to call early, and get "first choice." We will also open Misses and Children's Cloaks, Misses and Children's Suits. Will Open 500 Gross New Gilt Buttons. B. LOWENSTEIN A: BROS. Will also offer the greatest bargains in Furs! Furs!! Furs!!! for ladies and children, ever sold in the world. A Good Set of Furs for f 1, ALSO, Muskrat. Seal and Mink Furs, at over 50 per cent, below former jr ces. Lynx sets, suitable for mourning, very cheap. DRESS GOODS! DRESS GOODS! ! All kinds of Domestic and Impoi ted Dress Goods, at Rock-bottom Trices! ! B. LOWENSTEIN & BROS. Will Open 500 Gross Gilt Buttons. Our arrangements this season for the display of HOLIDAY GOODS Surpass all former 'efforts, and our friends, with the least possible trouble, can indulge their liberality according to their own tastes and inclinations. We have placed FIVE TABLES in our notion room, for the display of the many attractive novelties on exhibition. Every article on each table wiil be sold at ONE SPECIFIC PRICE. On Table No. 1. Each article will be sold at 10j. On Table No. 2, Each article will be sold at 25?. Oa Table No. 3, Each article will be sold al 50c. Oa Table No. 4, Each article will be sold at 75. Oa Table No. 5, Eaih article will be sold at $1. B. LOWENSTEIN & BROS. Will Open 500 Gross New Gilt Buttons. We would also invite attention to the beautiful display ol French Bronzes, which this season are having such a run in the eastern cities. Nothing could be more ac ceptable for a holiday gift than one of those elegant and lasting ornaments. B. LOWENSTEIN & BROS. Would also invite attention to their varied assortment of Ladies', Gentlemen's and Chil dren's Handkerchiefs, Ties, Bows, Ribbons, Lces, Hosiery and Gloves, all of which we will sell at lower prices than they have ever belore been ottered in Memphis. B. LOWEX8TK1S A BRON Xotiee. For the accommodation of such of oar pa trons as find it inconvenient to make their purchases during the day-time, we will keep our establishment open on Monday and Tues day next, the 23d and 24th instant, till nine o'clock at night, u. lowexsteis bros. Plaitikq in all styles, two yards per minute, on the Crown plaiter, at the But te rick pattern-rooms, 254 Second street. Where do the ladies buy? At N. Wil liams & Co. They buy for cash and sell rery low. Domestic Sewlns-.lachines Ladies are invited to call and see the latest improved Domestic sewing-machine, just re ceived, with selt-setting needle, with self threading Bhuttle, all in one piece. We can wind our bobbin without running tbe ma chine. DOMESTIC 8EWINO MACHINE, Ofuce, Madison street. Go to Menken Brothers' Great Cloak Sale. Will Open 500 gross Gilt and Silvered Buttons to-morrow. B. LOWENSTEIN & BROS. Free to All! Butterick's Metropolitan fashion sheets for January, 1879, an elegant monthly report of American and 1 arisian tasbions. At iso. Second ttreet. Fine albums, writing-desks and the haud- eomest Cnristmas goods in the city, at N. Williams & Co. Bay Yonr Christmas Presents At H. G. Hollenberg's. A beautiful new piano or organ at half-price. Secure a bar gain. Jl'LU'S Kl'ITN, Late of Menkn Bios. ccl, Htiiiiliii bias ! Usual Prices. 1111 3 ADDITIONAL RIVERS. EVANSVILLE. Dovmber 21. RIv r fsllirc: 2 feft by i lie gauoe. We ,tii-r snowi g ah Uaj; uier curjr. H.l den. Up: Robert Alitclitll. VICKBI:RG. Dumber 21. W,-ihr c'rnr and cold; ihermome'fr. 4"i River tiiUrn 4 incrie. Down: A. C. D'Umaiiy, 4 p.m.; ItiVfU and l-artes, 8 a-m. I p: Belie lleiui iiU, noou. PORT EALS. IVcembr 21 Arrlvp.l: ?tenr.sh'ps Acl S P-i. Consttt Kfid Hat en. L!vr:"v-1; N-w Or leans ami lienern! Wh tiuif. New Yirk. fc'.iltil: Steamships Td. Hav e; S.mtHeo, Rarorlona; barks Possatt, Havre; t-i ri r.se. tj.ionstow:!. FOIt CXI ti Al :!'. IU'H. C f. .Huli-r'ur (l.rrol.1, A . .lln.trid, Hickman, Clro and o;. Louis The filram r Sara irrh.'M TinsU-r. Leaves as a'xjvi- Sl:NT).T. Lfjeinber 221, t 10 a.ra. For frtlirht or tms:ic aw-iy to Mexpli s. and St. Louis I'tct t o.'s wti rf j,vr. fm: i-r Mon roe street. AI STl 'KM. '.ii i-rii l-ix'ei.t. FOR LOUISVILLE AN'it t II-.'CINN Al i. Xruipiiis tnd uhi r;,v- k- l'i.ret Co. ror LojlsviU- ana C'lui'.r.n iu. Tames W. 4aJ i R. W. Wise tnasier i O. W. Tr-on-.yson onK Will leave as ahove. -n Vti.ltSt.SVw. Iteeemler 2oth. at 5 r.m. l""r TPliTht or ; as-jij. aii.!vto IL V.'. LI'iHTBl'iiNE. e. ;.Tin,en -nt. No. 7 Min'o" M-r 1 .vsslv f. I'wr 4'tt.lro, Kvausvillf. Iuisvmu m u (ilnrinnBii.-liie aoutaera Trin.-ij.-oit MU n Co.'s auireib Sleau.ir HJ. IS. SJIsurcIi, iEE Will l?ave li'em's wharlboat as a'Kive, .u.N DAY, December 2:J1. at Dam. I'r f '-lit or ias sajf Bi.plv to R K 'M.ENN. reiit. M Whar'bofeL FOR NEW OU LEA N'S For Xew Orluas and le Urn :1k. The Soutue.ro Trausiioitatloii Co.'s i'afstiiutcr steamer U. JP. Si'ciienciv. Will lpavs Glenn's Wliarfboiit. as alwiv, .iio.N DAY, 23d lnt.. at 10 o'clo k s.m. Vor fre.ijht or passage, aptly to K. P. GLENN. Actni. At Wii irfhoat. f-'or Chew Orleans aud the Rrcds.-i; ?.iE;tr- Thompson ILJeaii, Jas. H. Fei'per mi'er I V. J. Fit ifein.c.i-ik. Leaves Memphis lor Vi ksburg, N.ite'.n, Nw Or leaus and Hit way and bend inr.dtngs, MONDAY, December 2:M. at 5 p.m. r tn-M.t n n sage, Epplj on board or to J. T. WA-HINU'IuN. Aeer.t. H. s. I.-.' Wh;i:io.it. FOIi ST. FRANCIS KIVKK. 3f rui plil m Jin it rt. i'r.afis Kivtr I', n. M.ill Line Fur ct. Francis liiverind all way Landings. T iie steamer jKatesville, J. T. Randall ma-ter i R is. Abrahams cleik Will leae as above on TUF.SDAY, December 24lli, at 5 p m. For utlght or passage. an-W to K. K l.LKN X. Aprer.L llr-sulur li-niliisa.tl Ht. fr ram-is lilvtr Independent Pa;ket 1 he line passentr sieamer Joe E. M'C'iiloitsia, nvistfr I W. R M'Cullo- 'feTik Leaves Mrnipbis for ot. Francis rcve ana" all my landings, MoNDtY, D-wmbor 2iU p.t o p.m. F'or frtigln r passsirH. app'y O'l t;car.', ,'r to .1. T. WAsHI.NuniX.H. f.. i tt harflinat LEE LI Mi M HAM El lor licit-i.i hud i i:us i'oEiit. The Steamer Coats wis: a, 2.1 Crorer raas er ! ITHy Smlther cierk Leaves as fcbovo M OA DAY, December 2Ud, hi S p.m. For frvlRht t.r passage ripply ho;rd cr to F. M. TINS i. Aivm. Ni. 4 .1. if-T-nn Pt. FOrt ARKANSAS CITV. Tn Aiihwh I. n.- r I . ps. i.in rckris F'or Helena Friars Point. Concordia Terrene, Arkansas Citv, (ireenv ile ard all nay landings Tbe superb m.Ul and passenger packet Ouachita ISelle. if Mark B. Check., .mnster t A.. L. Cummins. . .cleric Will leave emphts lesulatly as above on MON DAY'S ami TniR-jiMis, toi.neciit a at A kansas City with the steamer i4u. ;i.i iir Vli-ksbirg, ir.v lug bills of aling in Ie.l i and a l p. inn ou VaO" river, woods receiv. d Ht ail ii' us on ljvee. J. T.WASblX .TON Aent. ''rjl; Kr,.f t strfft. F,'K OSCEOLA. Reeuiar rrl-v.srK!y Mail Packet lor K.aoipb. Fuitcu, 0hU a.Tl all wa iaii-'irirs. The elegant pas-ifr steamer fcceola 30Ti J. Q. Andrews Master ! B. M.:ciif!l i leik. Lean Memphis every Mt ND4 Y. WUDNKSDAY and Kit 'DAY, at ti p.m. For tielLt or i-i-sse ap piy on board. FOB KIVEUTO.W Fr lEivrrlua nl l ai iii".s-l'l(. Iens- Memphis and Vicksburg Packst C juipauy The elegant steamer lJL,LlVOIS. Georce Slalon master I Jno. ilwatlimey ..cie k Will leave as above tvery.OA.DAY and THIBS fAY". at 5 P.m. F'or tieiaht or pas-mce., anplv to K. W. llUHTbCRNi;. timeral 1 ivg!it Aeer.t, No. 7 Mrnro street, ont.it !v;ito,iT n.'e). FOIi ARKANSAS RIVER. Aleuipnis ar.d Arkansas Kiver l a ket G. iv.r Pine Bluff, I.lltlo Rock and tiiixmU U Foit SoiUii The tlegatt passeiajer steamer llattie Rowland, jas. rt. ueF.se mrsier. Leaves a? aiove ou 1L-.-DAY, Deciiuber 241S. at o p.m. JOHN N. HIRBIA. S'i"t. :tj Front f. FOR WHITE IMVEK. Jtesriilar fndepcn'te'or .llemrihtA 8wd WliU River Packet For Aiurta. .!.-. s-o:i; .iri Searcy, and ay poiuts. The ieu arlnuepeijue-t Packet IIASl GASH, ED. C. POST AL Mater. Will leave Memphis on cv.iy TL tSOAT, 5 o'clock p.m. For freight or passage apply f R. W. LI"1jTTKfwv-. No. 7 A-onme st., Oi p. l'eab-x.y fiot-st. H. P. (iLFNN, Oil Wii:.rlt--;. MILT --ARUV MM'. Slemphis White- Blvrr and Hiari itiver I . Pi Jlnil I'arl.tM-.. For Indian R-y, l?L Ctarles, t larendon. TH-vali's Bluff. Des Arc, Auguta. RcKsoiiport, Wet IMnt, Seir.-y, Baiesvilie, Po'Akauan, and Pjca.hv.iA, The new steamer irosic Marry, Dl SI. R. Harry, captafn. J f).' Mon-e. ea rs. Leaves iemphls on and aft r Noveini,"-r 2i. eveT SATURDAY, at ."p.m., conr.eeUi rt ! :r. ct '!ri thfi new B ack river I'. 8. mail tacket ji:LT H.VaRY l r Powha tan and Poc.iuoi.tas, ami w.ia Da.ij Packets to Baiesvilie and l ps-r YVnUe. nver. Through rates to ail pomtt. Freight consigned to Vl lit Harry Line, Memphis or Terreuu will be promptly lnrHnini. K. W. LIoHTEl KNF. A;-"i t. No. 7 Mo;ir... ';.;,,ie Pc-Jlaly Uolcl. R. P. GLENN. As.-iit ..t Vv n-.rtb..:;t. MEMPHIS AND WHITE KiVER Independent Tuesday racket. FOR W HITE and LITTLE lil.U 111 VERS, Helena. Terrene. Indian Br. i?t Charles. Crockett's IiluS, Mount A.i vis. ci.-.rn..cu. i-tvail s Ll'.ii, ( ti Arc, WEST rOI.VT. r-::AUt:V, AlUVSTA Newport, Jac'K'oni oit. Ea!"!ile. rcwh.Utnn and Pccahontas The elttiiiit s:a-vl.tei .learner ESS WlJt'Ci, John B. Davis master EI. W. Crowtii clerc Leavei Memphis- EVERY TL ESDAY, at 5 o'clock p.m. Through rates to all point.. J. T. WAtUlMiTON, Agt-bL