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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEALtSUNDAY, 1STOVEMBEE S3, 1879.
6 AJirSEflEJITS. B. IiOWKX STEIN & BROS. BEJACIl'S. UEL1UI0USSKRTICKST0-UAY t . . twt CHUKCH. Srfond ttrert. iKUWi " tl KrcnUKC.-Servlee at 11 :H0 a.m. and 0 70 pTm" tu" rector omclatlng.HuuaaT-ecbool at V;30a.m. s i KOBtilA STRKET METIIODIST CHURCH. (t wenching at 1 1 a.m. by Iter. W. JL. Peebles. Sunday-school at 9 a.m. Wrack KPISCOPAL CHURCH Hernando Or Kev. Dr. Dalzell, rector. Morning service at 1 1 a-m. bunaaj-Bcnooi ai v a.m. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Corner of TMrd and Poplar ttrmU. Preaching at 11 a.m. ana i uju p.m., oy tne pastor, Kev. augene luuueu T AUDERDALK STREET PRESBYTERIAN Li CHURCH Sunday-school at 9-4)0 a.m. Preach ing at 1 1 a. in. and 7 p.m., by Key. John L. Cald well. CUMBERLAND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH V Oourt itrtet. 8abbath-echool at 90JO a.m. Preaching at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m., by Rev, H. Jones, pastor. CHELSEA BAPTIST CHURCH-Comer of MM V J attd fifth ttrtrtjt. Siindav-nchool at U a. Preaching at 11 a. in. and 7 p.m., by Rev. W, H. Iiarksdale. LINDEN STREET CHRISTIAN CHURCH Sun davschool at H a.m. Communion at 10-.30 a.m. Preaching at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.. by Bev. J. M. xnme, pastor. CJECOND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Corner of O Main and Urate KreeU. eerviors 11 7 :.'H) p.m., by the pastor, Me v. w. jw 9CUooi at a.iu. Dolls Ur eased Dolls, at Auction. JUST RECEIVED, A sparge Consia-nnasnt of Dolls, Which we shall offer this week. A. M. STODDARD, Auctioneer. Sheriff's Sale, at Auction, OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, CARPETS, ETC., At No. 228 Main street, Monday. NaT, Sftta, at lO O'clock, These goods have not been where there was any Biduieas. A. M. STODDARD. Auctioneer. Under vrt Iters Sale Of Lard, Potatoes. Brooms, Soap, Teas, and Cther i arauy buppues, AT No. 228 MAIN STREET, Taesdar. Nov. Sffth, at lO O'clock, A. M. STODDARD, Auctioneer. Handsome Household Furniture, Parlor, Chamber, Dlnlng-Room and Kitchen, At Anetlon. At the residence, No. 83 Court street, Wednesday, riov. zttin, at iu o ciock. wfmirsa fever or otter sickness In the house. A. M. STODDARD, Auctioneer. Trustee's Sale of Custom-Made Clothlo;, At Aaetloa to tne Trode, BY A. 5. FRANKLAND, 195 MAIN ST., Wedaetdsr, November th, 10 o'clock. Large Assortment of ' MEN'S, YOUTHS AND BOYS' Winter Clothls sat Overcoat. Gmbb. Trustee. ' . Jfc FRANKLAND. Auctioneer. A. FRANKLA.Ni?, HEKEBAL AUCTIONEER, 195 Mala street aieaipbla, Teaa. Special attention given to out-door sales. Consign ments soiiciiea. A. M. STODDARD, General Auctioneer and Appraiser, jtZH MAIN STREET MEMPHIS AUCTION SALES DAILY. T M. SACKETT rJ . I Has removed to No. 201 Second street. D K, JOHN E. BLACK. Oltloe. '24:1 Malnst Residence, 35 Poplar. mUNINU AND REPAIRING PIANOS AND OR J uans Leave orders at Hollenberg's Music Store. Tne best worn guaranteed, at low prices. A TR& WADE'S SCHOOL-No. 24 Mulberry street. -LVL will be open for the reception of pupils on iwonnay. novemiwr i . ihvh. LOST. "1AKR14iE-EOBR Between the cemetery and J Memphis, on Old hvlelgh Road, a gray wolf skin earriajie-rooe. rinuer win De rewarded ny leav ing at our olllce. A. M. BOYD 4 SONS, November ! . 1 79. H.'lll Front street. I OK mali; OR EXCIIASme, A WELL established, good paying business, sit uated on Main street, near Court, free from any Until lilies whatever. Fresh stock bought for cash. Will be sold on easy terms, or txebanged for either country or city real estate. Reasons for sell ing will be given. For f u'tber particulars apply to M INTER PAUK.KK. Real Estate Agent, 2Sf Main xtreet. JBSIDENCE No. 148 Adams street. V Apply to No. 103 Adams street. )IANO CHEAP A good Knabe Piano. Apply at 431 Shelby street. TWO HOUaE3 Nos. 16 and 18 Ixchange street extended; 7 rooms In each bouse; In good or der. Apply on the premises, or 826 Second street. JOHN REID. OUSE3. HOUSK3. Several bouses Just received for rent, among them No. 1 97 Carroll avenue. A good Residence on Pon totoc street. Nice new House, 858 Lauderdale, aear Vance never has been occupied; and the One House and grounds, No. 243 Alabama street cheap. Also Stores. W. A. WHBATLEY. 281 Main St. LAND 20 acres very rich land, well fenced, cor ner M'Lemore and College avenues, Joining Hamlin's. See J. A. Austin, or W. A. WHKaTLKY, No. 281 Main street. KOL'SK Fiom December 1st, a very desirable Iraine house of 7 choice rooms, with large yard and good convenlene a, all In One order, near comer Vance and Desoto streets. Apply to MINI ER PARKER. Rental Agent. STORKS, otttces, sleeplng-ronms and dwellings, dome very choice. Apply toMlNTKR PARKER, Rental Ageut. -JKHMaln street RESIDENCE No. 49 Market street Apply at 51 MAREET ST. CIOTTAOE No. fiO Marshall avenue; six rooms; J bousaclosed all summer, no lever on premises. Apply to N. L. AV KKY, U2o Main street Or on premises. N ICE COTTAGE In Fort Pickering; four rooms, orcuara ana siaoie: ?m per munin. H. L. MUUKK, a4 Main street. ' U OOM3 Furnished or unfurnished, single or In Xv suits, without board: apartments suited for light housekeeping, at 101 Jefferson street ROOMS Unfurnished; In a private family; unex ceptionable references required. Address ' "B." this office. J RESIDENCE 12f Adams street. Apply to U. H. METTB A BON. 1H4 Front St. rpwo BRICK HOUSES On Hernando street, Nos. L 2UH and 2Kilj,- 7 rooms each. In excellent or der; newly patereu. Apply to Thomas Foley 86 Front, or L. (iulon, Rental Agent. 1H Madison st "pvWELLINd Desirable brick dwelling, with sta J J ble and garden; will rent low to good tenant, 'Xl fihelby st. Apnly at premises for Information. OOMrt Furnished rooms, $tf to $8 per month. RSIBKNCR. Two clean, commodious resi dences, free from fever infection. MINOR MERIWETHER, 245 Second St SrORKKOOM On Heuond street, corner Madison; and pleasant otUcea and sleeping rooms, 4iVb Madison. Apply to J. J. LOCK HART, 4BVa Madison. HOUSB NO. 876 Uulon street J. B. FROST, 84 Madison. HOUSE 2-story brick, No 215 Poplar st ; 8 rooms, . kitchen and bath-room; was not occupied during the fever. Apply next door. OFFICES AND ROOMS In the Planters Insur nnce Building, a few commodious offices and leeplng-rooms, with all modern Improvements, and thoroughly cleaned Bnd sired since the epidemic B.M.STRATTON DEALER lit STAPLE AND FANCY jSlTGAR, COFFEE, FLOUR, MEATS, LARD, ETC. ALSO, FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC Canned Goods,Syrups, Molasses BTC., I TO, ETC., Main t.,McnipliiH GROCERIES Tf KDBBIK'H thiiatkk. ma yornierly oleinphia Tlieater.) DAVKY A BROOKS Proprietors and Managers. ThreeMthU and Wftdnesdsy Hatlnee. COMMENCING MONDAY, NOV. 24. A KKVOUTION IN HIN8TBKMY! Old forms discarded. Introduction of New Ideas. Ilaverlf'a Genuine Colored Minstrel 1 THE GREAT TROUPE OF NEGROES. J. H- HAVEBLY. Sole rropneior. The greatest genuine Negro Minstrel Company In the World! 1 0 End Hen. 80 Artists. B Great Banjolsts. a Essence Dancers. THUBSDAY. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, Thanksgiving and Saturday Matinee, HI" riTALB BILTi COMBMATIOJr. jySeato secured at Hollenberg's Music Storcaa DanelicAcaoemy i. nun tnr )ia wuuon. at Masnnerchor hall. on Jefferson and Second streets, and will be pre pared to receive scnoiars. CHILDREN'S AND MISSES' CLASS, Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays, at nift p.m GENTS' CLASS, Monday, Wednesday and Saturday nights at 7:30- Ynnn amntlemen who need my services should apply at once to be prepared for Christmas parties, buns, etc TO rVUFEUTY'OWNEUS. I HAVE several applications from parties wishing to purchase cheap homes. If can be done on easy terms. Owners of such, desirous of selling, may find buyers by leaving memoranda of their property with Real Estate Agent. 2H9 Main street. BOOMS AND IIOAISO. ROOMS Nice furnished rooms, cheap, at , No. 85 MAIN STREET. ROOM Choice front room; reduced rates. No. 123 COURT STREET. ROOMS A large, pleasant front-room. In a pri vate family; best references given and required also two smaller ones, aggress n., appeal omce. n(VM13 AND BOARD Nicely furnished rooms, Cv with board, at 104 Court street. References. ROOMS AND BOARD Flrst-elass private board ing for families and sinale gentlemen, at 65 Union street, near oecong. WANTS. A FEW 6O0D CANVASSERS Apply at No. 48 North court street. WO TINNERS Apply to J. W. SMITH & CO., M'Kenzle, Tennessee. B OY A genteel boy, at wo, 4- sukiu wum, ai wai. TRESSMAKERS Twenty-five first-class dress- Apply toaiaoame Bmyme, at aroien crvtiicra. QALESLADIES Two experienced salesladies for lo notion department; aiso young may w iry on TTAPER3 CODtes of the Datlt Appeal of 22d IT and 24th of DeceiHber, 1 878, which contain the editorial and biographical notices oi Jjutier tr. An derson, A liberal price win do paiq tor wca. DIAN-TUI,'INQ,rneDest lunlng and repairing I of pianos, organs and ail ainus oi musical in- auumsuts is oone m rlABPESTE&S T,v good Carpenters at once, at ROOMS .Two era snea rooms, '(.-iin e oi uTTn?. eMJmiiz. Address , . u. 8-, Him liKtai AY-BOARD For two young gentlemen; must oe soucn oi vance street OOD MACHINE HAND Apply to JT M. H. OOTEB A CO.'S Planing Mill, Washington street M IRL A competent nurse girl for a child Ufc UT years old. Apply at 161 Second street. OY To do general office work. Address, with references, X. Y. Z., this office. c ""WOK Apply at 72 Court street. corner or Third. HORSE -To use for bis work ; work light and kind treatment guaranteed. W.. this office. AGENCY We desire to establish a general agency In Memphis or vicinity, to control the sales of a staple article of dally family consumption. Any energetlo man with small capital may secure a per manent, paying business. For particulars address Gkkkmwich M'r'eCo., 182 Fulton street. New York. TEACHER "Principal" to take charge of Byhalla High School (for boys and girls). Excellent school buildings are In process of erection, to be fur nished with seats, desks, etc, of the latest Improve ment adequate to accommodate 200 pupils. It Is proposed by the trustees to begin on the first Monday In February, HH0, and make It a first-class school of its kind. Salary liberal and seoured. None need apply but men of families, first-class abilities and of experience. For further particulars, address at once O. F. BDDINS. Pres't Board Trustees; or Thos. M. Kemp, Sec'y. Byhalla, Marshall county, Mississippi. o WNER FOR LARGE BAY HORSE at 40J Second street, K. KECK BROS. ONY A cheap pony. Address B. H. G this office. SEWING-MACHINE OPERATORS. Apply at MAY'S 6HIRT FACTO! H ANdS To make Jeans pants, at M. SAMTEB, 312 Main street D AS-BOARDERS Or room and board. . at vd Madison st. BOARD The comforts of a home two unfur nished rooms with board, for gentleman, wife and daughter; references given and required. Ad dress H., this office. THE G ROVER ft BAKER MACHINE OFFICE has aeain reopened at the old stand, 818 Main street. Parties desiring repair" and attachments, will please call. Stamping for braldlmr and embrold Sly. MRS. C. O. VALLENTINE. fTV BUY SEED-COTTON For which the highest JL market price will be paid. Call at Exchange stre. near river. FUB SAJLK. BOARDINGHOU3E Nicely furnished, centrally located: filled with 20 good, paying boarders. Reasons for sale, pad health. Address B.. this ottloe. IANOS AND ORSANS At H. G. HOLLENBERG'S, 294 Main street OLD PAPERS At 25 cents per hundred for half-sheets, and 50 cents per hundred for whole sheets. - ii irrciL uriivE. ENTIRE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE Cheap to prompt buyers, at 257 BEALE STREET. M7 LCH COWS- Ten head fresh much cows for sale at lOWa POPLAR ST. HERNANDO HOTEL Of 18 rooms and furni ture at ereat sacrifice and on favorable terms. Inqureof T. W. WHITE, Hernando. Miss. fTTHE stock and bar fixtures In the Mayflower Sa--L loon, 181 Main street For further Informa tion apply on the premises. DRUG STORE and fixtures; good stand, with es tabllshed trade. Reasons for selling will be given. Apply to L. & E. LEHMAN, no. zu aiaaison street, Mempnis, Tennessee. STOCK Building and Loan Association stock. Address D.. Appeal office. A TULES At E. Keck A Bro.'s stable, five (5) first-. 1VL class work, dray or cart mules, in One order and acclimated. Any one wanting mules will pay to look at them ; and one family horse, works kind In harness, and rides well. BRICK By river Or rail. Quantity and quality guaranteed. Leave orders at John A. Denle's. 852 Front street, or W. J. Chase ft Go's, 182 Main street O. H. P. PIPEB. OLIVER. FINNIE& CO 5 carloads Aew Mackerel, 2 carloads Thin Cheese, 2 carloads Crackers, 2 carloadsGood Shipping Apples 1 carload N. Y. State .Buckwheat 1 carload Fairbanks Lard, I carload Kraut and Pickles, 1 carload Missouri Cider, 1 carload Raisins and Ants, 1000 bgs New Crop Green Coffee, 1000 hxs Fire-Crackers, lOOhrls Oranges, 1 0,000 bxs Fancy & Stick Candy 1 0,000 cases Canned Vegetables, Fruits, Fish, Etc,. 300 brls and ht brls Oatmeal, Cracked Wheat, Graham Flour, Hominy, Grits, Etc. OLIVER, FINNIE& CO Pianos! Organs! Steinway, Chickering and Hollenberg's riunos; Maaoc, JIamlln and Bardett's New Lngland organs. The best in the world. Viae assortment on hand at Hollenberg's music bouse. Are opening daily all the latest novelties sim ultaneous with their presentment in New York. We invite jour special attention to our NEW DOLMANS, NEW CLOAKS, NEW COSTUMES, FOB Ladies, Muses and Children. NEW SILKS, NEW DRESS GOODS, NEW PASSAMENTERIES, NEW FRINGES. NEW BUTTONS, NEW TRIMMINGS. B. LOWLN STEIN & BROS. ARE EXHIBITING IMPROVED NOV- v ELTIES not elsewhere found n the city. Satin brocade ribbons. Jacquard ribbons. Velvet striped ribbons. Satin striped ribbons. Changeable serge ribbons. NEW EFFECTS AND COLORINGS. Valenciennes lace trimmed sets. cretonne tnmmea sets. French embroidered sets. Lace embroidered sets. French hemstitched setB. Bretonne lace fichus. Duchesse lace hchus. Thread lace fichus. Point de'Sprit fichus. Fassamenterie collarettes and capes. Headed collarettes ana capes. Black Spanish fichus and mantelles. Beaded SpaniBb hchus and manieues. - SPECIAL NOYELTIES In Lace Jabots, Lockets, Barbs, Scarta, Fichus and Collarettes. New Silk Ties, New Lace Ties, Lace Trimmed Silk Handkerchiefs. NEW LACE VEILING, NEW PARASINA, NEW LACE VEILS. NEW RUCHINGS. NEW PLEATINGS. L.ABIKJS' CLOAKS! The palm tor tue most leautiful v. and Dolmans is awarded by H10" - this city to the ladies oi MENKEN BROTHERS, who have also a line of splendid Cloaks for misses and children, cheaper than any house in the city. Horseshoeing and Carriage Repairing Done in the beet style and for the lowest cash price at J. li. Mailer s, &i Jetierson street, opposite Lien brie s theater. Kcbbt style hafs, at Francisco & Co.'b. . W. TAYLUR A CO. Cemaslaslaa Hosse, 7 Adaaaa street Is the place to buy fresh meats. Beef by the quarter, and hogs any size to suit. All on commission and must be bold. You will also find butter, eeea and all kinds of poultry. apples, potatoes, etc., the lowest in market. Bargains in gents' furnishing goods, at the Ureal Weatern. Mince Pies! Mince Pies! Presh aid bet every day at lO ski niaee plea. Apple pleM mma all kind of pastry. Home-made candles a special ty, at Bpeeat A Walters, 37 Hadlsoa. Otto Sen will Jk. Co., Seedsmen, 223 MAIN STREET, Offer at lowest prices seed-wheat, onion sets, grass and garden seeds, etc. Bargains in clothing, at the Great West ern. Mrs. M. E. Brawnkr, fashionable dress maker. No. 144 Adams street, two doors be low h ourtb Sewing-Machine, I All makes of new machines cheaper than ever at the old stand. All kinds of stamping done. B. J. DONOVAN & CO., 262 Second street. There is no more terrible disease than rheumatism, yet it can be made to relax its iron grasp by Coussens's lightning liniment, never-iailing remedy for lame back, neural gia, sprains and bruises. Try it. Price, 50 cents a bottle. G. W. Jones & Co. and Wil kerson & Co., wholesale agents, Memphis, Tennessee. Are yon a Good Scholar I If so, purchase your SCHOOL BOOKS, SLATES, SATCHELS, and all school material cheap and durable at MANSFORD'S, No. 298 Main Street. Sherberth'a Dye-Honsc, No. S59 Main street, is prepared to dye clothing and other goods in any color desired. Work done promptly and well. The Old and the New. Among our leading merchants, we men tion with great pleasure the house of Wil liam Miller & Co., boot and shoe dealers, at No. 221 Main street. This house has been a continued success for many years, and is as well known to every citizen as enterprise, iair dealing and wide awake merchants can make any house. Their stock of goods is first class and complete at all times, and they are sure to please. Give them a call. " Free Oyster Lunch. Colonel Warner, manager of the Crystal Palace saloon, in the alley on Main street, opposite the Odd-Fellows building, desiring to accommodate merchants and clerks who have to work late, will spread a free oyster lunch to-mon-ow (Monday) night, from the hours of 9 to 12. Theater-goers will find this lunch elegant and refreshing. The best of liquors are kept at the Crystal Palace, in fact everything that is kept by Colonel War ner is the very best that can be purchased. The Monday night lunch will be largely pa tronized by business people. A Sewlng-Macliine Boom. Am now receiving a large stock of Domes tic and imnrrtvAd Sincrar maoKina. Pniu - - -unvu.uB. X reduced. Dressmakers are invited to see my new steam pleater. Pleating neatly and cheaply done. All styles of pleaters for sale. G. W. FISHER, , 263 Second street Stewart, Ctwynne & Co.'s Cotton shed is now open, prepared to receive all business. Pride of the West Beer -aB$. Retains the strensth, pvrlty and freafeaieas to tbe laat drop. Krtta Pfefert A Ce.. jole Agents. Business for Male. The well-known carriage business of Mor gan ,& Cov 222 Second street, everything complete for' running a first-class business, with or without stock. Apply to B. B. BOOKtta, tfeoond street. Hnfol Clarendon Is njw open for the recepn of guests, after being kept closed and free of any rfJc" ness during baa Carer, Best accommodations for prices to suit the times. B. A. HOLLKNBKlifl, Proprietor. Bargains in overcoats, at the Great West ern, 227 Main street. We are here, and will open the hall tomor row with 85 cases of Assorted Merchan dise, slightly damaged ly water, from the steamers Colorado, Hard Cash and Josie Harry. rTVtA vwltlin will nlaaod liaai in yninil f.ll&t nnr Mr H 15inrli urn a Ihn nnlv MemDliiS purchaser attending the.'great UNDERWRITERS' SALE of the above stock of merchandise at St. Louis, Missouri. We, therefore, are the only hnnao in Mpmnhia t.hnr. hnvA thin immense stock of slightly damaged goods for sale, and caution tne public ot imitation Bates. JNOte prices, aitnougu gooas nave auvanoeu twenty-five per cent, since the above pur chase. READ AND WONDER 1 100 pieces real cheviots, 5c, worth 10c per vnrn. 50 pieces yard-wide French percale, 5c per vara, worth 1ZV6C. 500 pieces best standard prints, 5c per yard. 100 pieces good prints, 4c per yard. 50 pieces Sea-island domestic, 5c per yard. 100 pieces yard-wide bleached muslins, of all known brands, 6Kc per yard. 100 pieces best gingham, 7c, worth 12o per yard. 25 pieces worsted dress-goods, 5c per yard. 10 pieces corduroy dress-goods, the most stylish, 25c, worth 50c per yard. 25 pieceB colored cashmeres, 35c, worth 60c per yard. 10 pieces black cashmeres, 35c, worth 60c per yard. 12 pieces silk and worsted poplins, 12c, worth 25c per yard. 10 pieces black cashmere, 40c, worth 75c per yard. 5 pieces black cashmere, very finest, 75c, worth fl 25 per yard. 10 pieces black alpaca at 2Cb, worth 35c per yard. 12 pieces black silk alpaca at 45c, worth 80c per yard. 10 pieces Turkey red table damasfc, 45c, worth 75c per yard. 8 pieces bleached table damask, 35c, worth ' 60s per yard. Lot of Linen Napkins, 40c per doz. 10 pieces Irish linen, 25c, worth 40c per yard. 25 dozen Luck towels, 5c each. 10 dozen damask towels. 20c. worth 40c each 10 dozen damask towels, very fine, 25c, worth 50c each. FLANNELS! FLANNELS 1 AU-wool flannels, 15c, worth 25c per yard. All-wool gannels, 20c, worth .ilc per yard, All-wool flannels, 35c, worth 40c per yard Ten pieces very heavy red twilled tiannel, zoc, worm ouc per yara. Good heavy jeans, 15c per yard. fVoolen jeans, 25c, worth 50c per yard. Felt skirts, 40c, worth 7Ec each. Flt skirts, 50c, worth $1 each, yelf skirls, 75c;worth f 1 25 each. idetftd Igdips' rests, 50e, worth f 1 euo Ladies' cloaks and dolmans extra bargains in this department. Good beaver cloaks, f 2 50 each. Fine cloaks and dolmans at half-price. Comforts and Blankets! Comforts and Blankets Largest sizo double bed com forte, at f 1, wortu 1 W eocu. GENT'S' WEAR. 50 dozen pents knit undershirls at 25c, worth 60c each. 20 dozen genU' undersliirti at 40c, worth Yjc each. 10 dczen treula unlaumlrk'd shirts at 50e, worth 85c racb. 100 dozen erenU' British half-hose at lOo, worth 25c each. 25 dozen gents' suspenders at 25c, worth 50c a pair. BOOTS AND SHOES. Men's full-stock boots. $1 50, worth $3 a pair. boys full-stock boots, Sl 'Zo.wortn 2 50 a pair, Best full-stock brogans, f 1 10, worth f 1 50 a pair. Children's shoes. 50o. worth $1 a pair. 500 pairs ladies' hand-sewed shoes, 90c, worth SI 7o a pair. 200 pairs children's sewed shoes, 75c, worth SI 25 a pair. 50 pairs baby shoes, 35d, worth 75c a pair. CARPETS AND OILCLOTHS. Best hemp carpet, Yla, worth 25c per yard. Ingrain carpet, 30c, worth 45c per yard. All-wool filling carpet, 45c,worth 75c per y'd, Bargains in floor oilcloths. Remember, this is the only establishment of the kind in the south. OUR GREATEST SUCCESS. Our cheap counters will be found in full operation. Immense variety ot crockery, glassware, china.woodenware, hardware, tin ware, of every description, all at 5c, 10c, and 2oc each. BEJACU & BRASH, 273 Main Street. CHOICE DKESS GOODS! MESKEN BROTHERS NOW DISPLAY BROCADED SILKS, PERSIAN VEST1NGS, RICH VELVETS, STRIPED SATINS, ELEGANT TRIMMINGS, IN ALL NEW SHADES. MENKEX BBOT0EB8. N. Gaby, Agent, Nos. 11, 13 and 15 Beale street, pays the highest cash price for everything in the iunk- shop line, especially scrap-iron, rags, and all grades of cotton and metals. The Daisy, at Francisco & Co.'s. Grulls, Anstin & Kerry, 323 Main street, Memphis, Tennessee. We have just received large shipments of fresh new goods, and now ready for the trade. The entire stock of Clothing; and Furnishing Goods are offered at cost to close out by January 1st, at wholesale and retail. Merchants are es pecially invited to look at our stock before buying 323 Main street. All retail bills cash. I np W. A. Gage & Bro ., Cotton factors, 300 Front street. Shaker Turkey, Venison Boasts and. steaks: wild dneka and partridges, squirrels and rabbits, oysters and celery, at Victor I. Kucha's, 89 and 41 JelTersoa street. The Price of Drinks. At the Cut-Off saloon, near the corner of Main and Madison, Captain George Miller has inaugurated the ten-cent drink plan, a reduction in price in keeping with the times, and under which plan the best liquors will be offered to the public. Sewing-llacliine Jtenairs. Duplicate parts and reliable repairs for all machines, at the lowest rates, at iy. p. ALDBicii s. 254 aecond Street. Preah Oysters and Celery Received pally, by Kpress. VICTOK 1. JPDCHt. Nos. " and 41 Jefferson MipeeA. All Kinds of Hewiiirlaac,,I,tr xi ... ... i iineaper man ever, at ine same old stand. , J. B. ALLltlCU d. 204 Second Street. 1 BLACK SILKS! HPECIAL HALR1 MENKEN BROTHERS Offer 500 pieces Lyons Silks, "Own Importation." EXTRA LOW PRICES. Black Faille Silk 75c Super Gros Grain Silk 85c Our Guaranteed Silk $1 00 . Telliard Extra Silk 1 25 Cachmire Royal Silk 1 50 Cachmire Sublime Silk 1 75 Cachmire Imperial Silk .... 2 00 up MENKEN BROTHERS. JLEUBR112 BROS. Call particular attention tuia : week to their latest accessions in rich, me dium and popular DRESS GOODS in all the new shades, with combi nations. In their DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT They lead the way, decidedly, and intend to do so. They have also re ceived a full line of Table Damasks, Napkins, Doylies, Towels, etc. Q e e 3 65 & C HOSIERY DEPARTMENT! . Which is justly acknowledged to be the most complete in this city, will have a display in one of their show windows on MONDAY and TUES DAY of this week. 3' O &4 e s 3 LEADERS OF FASHION In Ladies Ties, Bows, Kid-Gloves. Ladies' Suits, Dolmans and Wraps. The popularity of the house is easily accounted for when poliieneus and attention are the invariable accom paniments to the other attractions. Of their tl o S3 & S' MILLlJiERY DEPARTMENT It is unnecessary to speak, except to call attention to the never-ceasing increase of fresh novelties and new est designs. Give a call and be as sured of courteous and business-like treatment. LEUBRIE BROS. The Sanitary Survey of Memphis. The committee appointed by the National board ot health to make a sanitary survey of Memphis, will Lo'.d its first meeting in the city of Memphis, at the peabody hotel par lors, Monday, November 24th, at eleven o'clock in the morning. The committee brings with it as experts and advisers, Col onel George E. Waring, C. E. of Newport, Eoe Island, and Dr. Charles F. Folsom, secretary of tiie ytz board ot health of Mas sachusetts. Major tJenyaurd, p'nited States engineer, etc., will also act as consulting en gtnejf tP the committee. Other distin guished sanitarians frogi the meeting of the oablio health' association at Uash-Amer..- . be witn lt, xhe ville, it is hoped, w-. .. bommittee desires to confer tuny authorities ot ilemrhis, with the members ot the State and local brarJ) of health who can be present, .and with all sanitanau., engi neers and others, who can furnish practical suggestions as to the sanitajy needs of MemDUlS. JOUH B. liJl.l.mun, Chairman. The well-known and popular musu. bonse f II. G. llollenberg is again open, with a magnificent sew stock of pianos and organs, which, having ueec purchased in the east be fore the late rise, will tw tol at reduced prices and easy terms. Hewlag-lfachiiie Ilepair. All makes of machines repaired 'promptly, at lowest rates. Stamping for braids and embroidery of all sfvles and figures. k. 1. PONOVAN A CO., 262 Second street. LOCAlfToTiJES. The Lena, at Francisco & Co.'s. Goodyear's bonnet bleachery, 250 Second. Reshaping ladies' felt hats made a specialty. Bahoains in boys' clothing, at tho Great Western. Dr. J. H. NcTTAixhas removed his office to 227 Main street,, under the Worsham house. Inyajjds requiring a stimulant made from pure grain and fro0 from fusil-oil should pur chase Green Brie. Those wishing a fine Sunaay dinner should call at the Clarendon, Nos. CI and 63 Madi son Btreet, where' all the delicacies will be served. Trop. Herman Arnold, with all the members of the Gld Memphis band, has re turned and is ready for business. Orders for music for concerts, processions, parties, etc., Is't at Hollenberg's will be promptly attended to. French Steam. Jye-Works. Ladies' and gentlemen's croods dyed and cleaned at Louis Keigel s, bz Jettersoj s;reet Borers & Co,, The well known job printers, are leading in tne latest styles ot sn inus or joo wora. They have the best of material and workmen, and are sure to give satisfaction. Grive them a trial. The Tet, at Francisco & Co.'s. The New St, Jgnea Academy. The rebuilding of this welPknown institu tion has not only improved it in general ap pearance, both from without and within, but tue managers care pronted by their many years ot experience to sulu all tne late lm provements known to the fin est institutions in learning, botn in this as well as roreicn countries, which makes the new St. Agnea academy tbe most eiegant, pleasant and con venient institution to be found in this conn try. During our past summer they rebuilt their institute, which dispels any doubt pf its being iu any way infected, and since the opening th6y hare added new furniture throughout the enure building. Success will certainly crown such worthy efforts, and it should be the most pleasant dm? ot our citi zens to lend all aid in their power to sustain the Kt. Agnes academy. I'orter, Taylor JL Co.'s Cotton shed, Gayoso street, between Her nando and Wellington, is now open to re ceive cotton. Liberal cash advances made on consignments. Bargains in fine dress suits, at the Great Western. Fiord's Candles. Don't forget the dear ones at home, take them a box of Floyd's candies. Farstenheini Sc Wellford's Shed on Adams street is now open. We will make advances on cotton Bhipped us. Railroad Liberality to Memphis Refu gees. We desire to publicly thank Messrs. W. P. Johnson, general passenger agent, and A. li. Hanson, assistant general passenger agent of the Illinois Central railroad, tor their liberal and courteous treatment in pro viding cheap transportation from Chicago to Memphis. Nothing was left undone for our comfort. This line is especially character ized by its elegant cars, polite officials, rapid time and periect ease and saiety. We cheer fully recommend it to the traveling public as the best route to St. Louis and Chicago. To John ("Champ") Chamberlin, the Memphis Eassenger agent of the road, we extend our earty thanks for his assiduous endeavors to secure the benefits we enjoyed. M KMPniB REFUGEES FROM CHICAO O. lil-nu JIaven Bu shell Ovstern r. eelved dally per express' at Henry taekraitna's. Call and try them. II. G. Hollenberg's well known and popular music house is again open with a splendid stock of new pianos and organs, tin... liAni. v...vV. r nml V-. rt t't n it... Il . rse, will be sold at very low figures. V jyyouwiiut a perfect-fitting truss, go to (he surgical instrument derSot, corner hecond anu Monroe street. KRE3IFJS. HEBZOO & CO. ANNOUNCE MONDAY, NOVKHBKB. 84T1I, . ! MRS. KREMER WILL BE GLAD TO MEET HER FRIENDS. All departments thoroughly organized and overflowing with an immense, varied and beautiful stock. Wednesday, November 2 7 Hit Grand display of high novelties in PARIS MILLINERY, PARIS CLOAKS. Rich materials in DRESS GOODS, SILKS, SATINS AND MIXTURES. 8FECIAL OFFERINGS: Monday, November 24th, 25 cases Walking Hats, all the newest shapes Elmswick, Tourist and Rarus. All shades Velvet Corduroys. Every shade in Silk Velvet at extraordinary bargains. 500 different patterns in Fancy Dress Goods, extra low. Full line of Ulsters and Circulars. Call special attention to our $ 5 Ulster. WALKING JACKETS AND COATS, SILK DOLMANS, CLOAKS, CLOTH DOLMANS. Largest Assortment at the Lowest Prices EVER OFFERED. DRESSES and OUTFITS COMPLETED AT SHORT NOTICE. KREMER, UEKZOG & CO. SKCOXD WEEK Of tite Crcat Bargain Male of Clothing at .Prices to fleaae ttellsnt Keonomieal Bayer. Our stock is complete, prices extremely low, and our clothing is made and trimmed in first-class style. We wish to call your spe cial attention to our $ 10, $ 12 and f 15 suits. Thepe r;re, indeed, the greatest bargains of the season. An inspection of the same will convince you that never before known were suits offered at such sacrificing prices. Our lines of dress suits, consisting of English worsted and tricots, were expressly manufac tured under our own supervision; hence we pan sell you an elegant drees suit for $20, which cannot be duplicated elsewhere for lees than 30. We also have on hand an im mense line of overcoats and ulsters in French diagonals, chinchillas and kerseys, which we willsell at rock-bottom prices. Examine our $3 chinchilla overcoat, and ycu will readily acimib w1 Uwy are te greatest bargain of the season. Our mammoth stock of boyB nnd children's clothing is complete. We are seliiug BuCd bov school 6uits from f 4 to $5. These good are ektree'.y low, and fully worth 25 percent, advance. All we ask is a trial, an.1 you will soon be convinced that the Great Western clothinghouse, 227 Main "treet, is the place to get the best clothing tor le jeat money. BattericlA's Patternsr For December, received at J. B. ALDUICH'S, 254 Second. Great sate ot Uacl;eta and flannels this week, at LKpCmss. ' Given Away!" fcanOy tn all the children whn bay school book. Hala street. ct K,b Ysiai't, 337 Custom-Made Boots and Shoes. A large stock on hand for sale cheap. .A perfect Ct guaranteed tor all order work. FRANCIS FIELDING, 200Vfe Main street .. ' i Floyd's Beatanrant Prices are moderate. Tbe bill of fare is first class. Regular meals, oysters and all game in season, with a nice variety of desserts for dinner. Open until after the Theater.- Great sale of blankets and flannels this week, yt ieubries. Bargains in business enlis, t t'e Great Western, 227 Main street. To Onr Friends and the Public. Our store and cotton warehouse are open, and we tre prepared, as ; usual, to receive cotton and fill oides, Liberil cash advances made on consignments. " I HILL, FONTA1NK CO. Fine watches, chains, sets, rings in end leas yariety, at Thayers, 307 Main street. NEWG00DSJ TRESH GOODS! KAHN & FREIBERG Are receiving an entire new stock of DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES ' AND NOTIONS, many of them being fresh from New York and Boston auctions, and will be sold cheap. CSTAn inspection of our blankets to sell low is solicited. 3 KAHN & FREIBERG. Cbeat sale of blankets and flannels this week, at leubkiks i m t For anything in the line of surgical instru ments, trusses, supporters,, shoulder-braces or surgical appliances of any sort, so to Alban's dental and surgical depot, corner becond and Monroe streets. . , . , Slionlder-llrace, Elastic stockinK-o, elastic belts, etc., at the surgical instn. jient depot, corner Second and Monroe streets. "II. O. Hollenberg's great southwestern music house has the largest and best selection of sheet-music, music books, etc., and by the promptness and laciuty in tilling orders, stands unrivaled in the extent and excel lency of its trade. x Dr, A. Wesson, Sr., Can be found at his office. No. 243 Main street, on and after November 20th, where he will be prepared to do all work known to the dental profession. The Novbltt, at Francisco & Co.'s. Noiseless States. The scholar's pride, the teacher's iov. and the mother's comfort. Twenty ditterent styles and sizes, single and double, at . MANSFORD'S, - No. 293 Main Street. Lenip'B Ht Louis ISeer, By tne keg or tn bottle. Always fresh, nt frits Pfemfert A C, Mt. 1 Vourt street. Bargains in children's clothing, at the Ureat Western. Card; We have concluded to make a change in our business and now offer our entire stock of wall paper and window shades at greatly reduced prices. c. a. haetikrlb a co. znbeconii street. Lime, Cement and Grain. Jn JLarge qsan titles. Iw ts the trade, st K. C. BICHANAN COH, Koa J sad 1H tlnlen street. Mutterick'g Ielineatorn, For December," ready for distribution at j. a. Auvtun s, zoa second. , Have now on exhibition the largest and mot varied assortment or Ever Presented at our Retail Establishment, 500 PIECES SnBGrior, BESIDES Elegant & Exclusive Novelties f VOT FOUX0 ELSEWHEKE IJT THE CITY ISCLUMXG I BOYALl NE PEKIN, LIradin Uni, Kachemyr De Indie, Crape Syriea, Momie Crape, Drap De lima, Armurine, Crolse, Eoyallne, DBAP IE LONMCES Courtland's 5-4 and 0-4 Boiled Crapes, with extra heavy borders all at the lowest prices . LOWEHSTEIU & BROTH WILLIAM FRM WILL OFFER SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS IN WIIlSIIEfll Ladles' Silk Clocked Balbrigsan Hose, at 25,35 and 50c pair. Ijadtes' JHerino Hose, at 15 cents a pair up. Ladies' Brodeqnlns, at 50 cents a pair up. CHILDREN'S COTTONiFANCYWOQLHOSE In all sizes and and qualities, from 7 cents a pair up. Misses and Children's Bichly Embroidered Iloe in deisn and , prices to please everyone. Alo , - Full Fashioned Underwear! For Ladies, Gents and Children, which will be sold at our former low prices, notwithstanding recent advances. Wm. Frank & Vendig's. I AM NOW READY I EVERY DEPARTMENT COMPLETE 1 CHOICE STYLES! LOW PRICES! 226 MAIN STREET. I After months spent in selecting a Complete Stock, I have returned with a Full Line, embracing all the fjo.elt'.es of the Season, which, on aeeount of being purchased before U.e sdjanos in all grades of goods 1 am prepared to sell at TKBjf LQV FIGprE3. Fine Assortment Dress Goods, Choice Line Notion , Select Line Fancy Goods, Full Assortment Staple Goods. In tact, everything to be foun4 in a (rst-class OBT GOODS ESTABLISHMENT. All those a peed (It an article in my Una should not fail to give me a call. AN INSPECTION IS DESIRED. Prompt at tention by accommodating salesmen. ' fflaln Street, S. VENDIG. P. a I have a full stock of Dry Goods on hand, cultAble lor tbe TRADE, which I will sell at prices to compare with eastern market. SCHOOL BOOKS! CMPPTMLOR, BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS; Blank Book Manufacturers and Job Printers, 315 TVTrelTi Street, 3Vl0333.XDlxl.ia. To ti-lx. KMDectrullr inform their Mends and the tnMe sad nioeallaneon HMks, OAlee ssd fsnry Mtstlsiiery. and a full Hue ot eveituiug pertalnlne to their business, which the? offer to the public at unusually low priced. UP All orders InuusUxl to Uielr care shall receive prompt and careful atlfntion. 1879 1 FALL AND WINTER ! 1879 MURRAY & RIDGELY, Merchant Tailors 38 Madison. Take pleasure in notlfMnsthetr Mends and the public generally, that they are in " receipt of s Fresh and Complete Assortment of FALL AID WISTKK WOODS, embracing the Very Latest Styles and finest makes or Kngllsh, French and tierman Manufacturers. They request those who contemplate ordering w Inter Clothing to give them a call. PKICKK MODEKATK. Orders solicited and Samples sent on application,. JOHNSTON nAKtl'ACTTJRKBS PIHE C3LOT3HEIHG! New Goods Just lleeelred. Uento Furnishing Goods. Kte. Mhirto Hade to tinier. 303 MAIN ST-, UHPEH Cain 1 MAJiY CABELLO VEIiOimS Pekin Striped Cachemire, Satin Striped Morale, Polka Dot Satin Royal, Pekin Striped Momie, ' Plain Striped Momie, Brocade Satin Royal, Camel's Hair Cloths, Henrietta Cloth?, FRENCH TELOUBS, THIS WEEK Co.. 249 Main WITH YOUK OWN EYES! BLUFF CITY CLOTHING HOUSE, 239 Main Street, ASKS YOU To Call! To Examine! To Compare! Ar,d thr-s become eonylneed of THREE CLKAK iicjs."Uf ' Onr Clothing: Is tne Kest Our Clothing Is the CheapeM! And In all respects the most satisfactory. H. LEVY. DICK BOLES. ffOfe-tf. bHOpiS. THOS. B. ALLEN. P. S We 6 are aiso on hand an ImmenM Fto r, suitable to the TBADE. wtiich we are ireiarel U sell at prices that will compare favorably witn east ern markets BLANK BOOKS! that they have a complete nock of Nckt.1. Ulan k k VAI!C AID DKALKB8 IU ?E4BQY MOTKL, flume an E, i V f t i i ' i " -1