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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL - -TBLTJIRSIDA.Y, DEOEMBEB 18. 1879.
Al'CTlOS HAIM'.. EW 1IE1MI LILTS AM IOUFOICTjJ ! AT ATCTIOSi BY A. K. FRANKLAND. i'UIti HVKillSH. AT TK O'CLOCK AT 233 MAIN STKEKT. Also, at itme time and place. HKT3. BLANKETS, PILLOW CASES AND UTHER EOISBHOLD rUKSllUBS. tW Hotel and Boardiwrbouso Proprietor will do lell to attend tbU tale, as It Is poslllTelj the closing kale. A. K. KRANKLAHD, Auitloneer. By ordor B. M. Jone a. (Pawnbroker's tal? I'nredeemed Fledges I AT AUCTION. (All pledge left with Philip Simon. 41 Madison 1L, before me epiueinic, win iw suiu o""'", pNoadar. Deecnber Jtlsf. lO O'Cls'lc. Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Itlamoricta, Clothing, Ete. A. nl. O I UlfUArtU, jiuchuiict;!. LRecciver'8 Sal at notion, of Ladles' Kuril, Velwt and other CloaKS. 1 nese goons ro all elegant and seasonable, and must be closed out rutardieaa of puce. Sale especially for the ladles Thinday Morula-. Ir. IS, 11 s'eloek. AT 22K MAIN STREET, A. M. BTOrTARr, Anctlonw. JKWKI.UY. 'JET PALACE. Novelties In Jet and Fancy Goods. Novelties In I'latcd Jewelry. Novelties In bold Jewelry. I Jet Hinataro Tins, etc. (Manufacturing and Uepalrlng-of Jet and Gold Jewelrr. I. ROESCHF K. Manager, 8S. Main St. HORSE -One dark bay horse; ten or twelve years old; about fltten hands high; star la lore- Bead, aud Drdnuea on urn nip a a. wn I EARCE, SLUGS CO., yrH Front siiwt. FOIt HALK till aLKAHK. irLia nf tint, W.ll Imitrnwd. In a hlffD. "(J state of culilTH.Ion. at Ul's blHllon, 2 miles from elty. on M. and C. R. K. Apply to " j. i. KUHHHST CO .ftl Monroe St. 1'KKMU.CVAL. r f J. W. HORN and T. 0. Horn wth to hear from L tn.1T suter. the, "lUlj-- fKING. Colowaler, Tale county. Miss. TR- J. R. POWELL ean be found at all hours at XJ Nu. 27 South 1 Court stwL TAB R. L. LAPKI has removed his residence and XJ onkmto H17 MaIN bT.. between Monroe aud Irilrm. nor Bwiter'. trrr"n s'ore. FOIS MALK. TVTATCHFD MAREd-One pair; rockaway and Irnn safes iliilld ofnce table letter preen, and one uprigni miiiinery.iiowcn'"'. y. ...- No. Hit Planter. Ins. Building. Madison street. -r in ui.i.ii imnortHtion of Dutch Hyacinth, J" Tulip. Cr rus. Mtrulmtu- and modiolus Bulbs; also, the ntieieill nnn una uiwk'mih MEM I 'Hid FLORAL CO.. iln7 Mi In street. -V .1ADM mim lU mi-Mk Kmlt Vili m : sood house and JJ elahle; three miles eat of Memphis, toward the race-track. T'u y a rnoiL-e mu irai, W. A. WHKATl.KY. 2M1 Main st, -r-rnusK.Riim and harness. Horse can be driven J"l by any laoy or etilld. Apply at H MUIROK BTREKT or hwmenl lrl MadHon street. 1 TTNOWK CHEAP One 10-horse power enKlne , jtj and boiler (or will trade for entailer one or other properly) Alro lanztt aotnu9-ou.ce lena una dhitb. IT. V. CAVANAHH A CO.Hmt Main St. B AKK-OVF.N On account of my husband's death, I niTnr for sale one bnke-uven and all utensils for bakery cheap, loroasli. or on time. Apply to ' WIlLkMANN. Helena. Ark. V INKUaR KACrORY Whole outfit at a bargain, and store for r nl. KACTORY. Appeal. .. TB AY-Harness ami mule. Also, simile harnes J J and express wafon, tOKelher or separately. In u aire at HARNESS eHOP. Second st. near Madison. Ritik-By fiver or thii. (jjuntlty and quality imranterd. Loave orders at John A. Denle's, Kri Vront street, or W. J. CDase A Co,'s, 12 Main I stref O. H. P. PIPKH. WANTS. YOUNG G'RL iood penman and quick at fig ures. Apply belore W a m. at VV MKNkKN BROTHERS. s TOVE Linre. second hand cooking stovfl or tange. mint t-e eneHp. nn nuniwii pi. H ORSK-To use for his feed. Adorers w.. tnis onice. TTlLP-l white tllrl. 14 to 111 years old. with t a.mil reteri-nivs. to beln with housework. Ad- i nly Immediately to (t. D. BAUNbS, Chelsea street, at bead of Vit'b. Chelsea. f "TUPSK ( I RL (German prefeired.) 12 fo IB I JL years old, to take care of a ehlld A good home I can be had by a suitable nerson. Applv at r NO. 1 10 VANCE STREET. MAN Sober, Industrious man for hard work; none other nned apply. Wages, 810 per monlh and boani. lmiu'reat HILTON'S C1GAH tTOHK. nnrter Peabody hotel. AHTNKSk In tbe ntu-vij tTwTTiT , twnt .uma JL blielbycounly. AdJre-s PARTNER. Appeitl. A MAN fuliy eorpetent tn rmnsce the sale of Dll. NAl'HKY S r AILY MhDiCAL WORK, I ft. id take chance of territory. Must be a good wotker 1 1 1 ., i. t r n wltritt intn IliA ti I , I ftnft Ihn. his men bow to sell, and then take care of them, will pay the man wh- can do the business f rem SI 000 to $2oOO a yetr after n Inlr trial. Don't an swer unlet. jou want lo follow the business for at least three yt ars: staix aire, cxim M"iife. etc. W. J. HOLLAND ft CO.. Chicago. Illinois. TWO-HORSE DRAY And Harness. Apply to HOPE OIL MILL. "TOOT House and ninlngrooin boy (colored) from J J 16 to IS yeira old, st :HU Linden. PARTIES HAVING KITRNITURK TO SFI.L-W1U find a purchaser at 22S Mam St. H. MOR'iE. H1 1DE3 AND FURS Xlie olghest market prices paid nt LOUIS BUCHHALTfcR'd, No, V 1 rt Kront stneet, cor Adams, agents fur Krickhf.ua A Co . St. Louis. OARDKRS Having movel irom 17i fieeond to at 111 tiecona St., am now prepared tor ooaraere. AY-BOARDERS Or room and board. Rt 1:t sindtson St. COMS Nicely furnished, at the Perry House, 4 Poplar street. glHa. u. P. t Rivrvji AN. ON KATl'RDAY. DECEMBER 20. 18". AT MY otllce door, No. 177 Main utreet. 1 will rent to the hUiliest bidder, nir Inland, known as Fralm lslano, lor the yeur 1SH0 100 acres, nn.ro or less, cleared, with a lir;e amount of wood land, afford ing the best of piiitiiie. A bale of cotton and nit en bnrrals of corn to the acre can be easily made, be sides potatoes, turnips, vegetables, etc.. In abund ance. Tbe whole lulan l fur lent; three tenements, etc Note with approved secii'ltr required At li o'clock m. M D. L. STKWABT. rtORNKIl ROOM -Ground Moor: sultab:e foroftlce; will be rented cheap. Address HH7 Sctond st. ELEGANT COTTAGK-On Hernsndo road. Also, daelllng oa Union street, Rent very low to good paying tenants. Apply at 'Jl'l Main street. STURM 111HSCH. KESIDENCK No. 4iH Vance street, now occupied by myself; two-stoty traine, wtth all modern conveniences; stable and c irrlage house. Posses sion given at onoe. Apply to CH AS. T. PATERSON, olllce Plaiiierslnsuraiico company, 41 Madison st. B RICK KE31DKNCK In excellent repair. U81 Shelby ulr-Hit. BANK OKKICK-No. 2t': Main street, formerly occupiM by the German National bank, Includ lin bank v uli . rounler, utu. , for rent. Poaaesalon given the loth of Janunry. IHSO. Apply to R. DLULKK f UAYoKlt. Attorney at-Law, No. H Matllsnn stmt o rucks U-nimble offlres In the Mnonlo Tem ple. ApplJ lo R. C. WILLIAMSON. Sec'y. "I OOM LarKeiinturnlsbed front room, with small J room eoniie'llr g, can be had, with good board, at 72 Couil street Hererences requirtu nuOMS-l'iiri iilied or unfuinhed, single or In L suits, without bo i-d; apartments suited lor light houaekeeiitiur. at It 1 Jefterson street. M Y bKolDKNt.E-And ttue lota at Gill's station. IILl RAxN Ert. TWO HOUsKd-Nos. lrt and IK t xchange street extended; 7 rooms In each ho'ise; In good or der. Apply ou the premUea, or S2t sseonnn sireet. joun nr.iu. 00MS I nfurnished; In a private family; unex oepllonabie riiereuces lequlred. Aiidress B." this offl?e. f KdlDKNCK 12t sdams street. Apply to JLV M. M. MKT I'M HON, 1H4 e rent st. f1;0 BUICK HOL'SKS-Oii Hernando street. No. L 2SW and 2H:Ug; 7 rooms each, In exol'ent or der: newly paiwuea. Apply to Tliomns Koley S6 ront. o L. Union, Rental Agent, lv Madison sL 1 Y?OOMS fiirnlslied rooms, $0 tot'S periuonlh, XV at 107 Jetlerson itreet. &S1WKNCKS Two clean, oommodloua resi dences. Ire Trom rever lnit-ctton. MINOR MKK1WKIUKR. 24. " Second sL tToUSB M-sU'iTr brick. ho 2 1 5 Poplar st. ; 8 rooms. XI kitchen and bath-room; was not occupied during the fever. Apply next doer. 7 MfJrlCKS AND UooMd in the Planters Insur- J anew Building, a few commodious otllces and leeplng-rooins, with all modern Improvements, and thormiKhl? eiesnett and alreit since itieepmemin. LOOK OUT! A splendid assortment of Holiday Goods Just received The KIuk and White Swan Flour, Self-Klsln? Floor, Self-Blsin? Buckwheat, Atmore's Mtnce-Meat, Fancy Crackerf, LoutSon Layer Raisins, jjOghorn tltrou, California Frnlls, Currants and Layer Figs, Maple Sugar, Maple Sjrnp, All Kinds Knts, Etc. Also. Apples, Oranges, Leinono, and a fall line of Case ana lanneu uoous. - fjje-Xttke Notice Tliesie Goods were purcled for the Holi day, And nint be Htild darlus tbe niontli of leceiuber. B.M.STRATTON 1 -SSI IECBBIR'M THKAXKK. (Formerly Memphis Theater.) DA VET A BROOKS Proprietors and Managers. ONE WEPK AND SATURDAY MATINEE COM- ME.NCINti MO.NDAX. DfiwEMBEU 16TB. BOERVTIIOMPSOX COMBINATION! Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday Evenings, LADY JANE HREY. Thursday Evening COURT AND STAGE. rriusy evening jnm ueneni numiuiivK. (iracd tiowers-Tnonips) n matinee oaiuruur. SHUirriav Msht Ureat Bill. Mondny Night, December 22d-a MACAULEY, In A aiessenittt from jams eecuon. ttLLIABU! BILLUKUBl CONVEKSL'S BllLIAKI PABLOB I No. 13 Monro Uttreet. BILLilAUU ASTI FOUL TABLEH I And all kinds of Sporting Goods. tST-AGENT FOB THE EL W. COLLENDER CO. OOOif LUt'K SHIBTMl r A....ITOB. .... Any customer buying one of HlrklanA's od Lack; Kblrta U entitled to guess the weight of the Good Luck Horseshoe, Peabody Hotel Corner. Nearest guesser will receive Fifty Dollars Currency, Second A Gold Watch. Third A Gold-headed Cane, on the first of Jannry, 1880. . 1. 1. CUTAWAY, Ho. 8 Hadlaa street. Property Rented, Collections Made, Taxes Paid, Ad sen tees' interests carefully watched and cared for. Mrs. I. D. CONAWAY (for the past four jears In the onice of the late principal) assisted by J. F. M'KEON, an active, experienced collector, will give prompt at tention to business committed to ber care. General collections made without delay, on best terms. Fro ceerls promptly turned over or remitted. LOST OK SsTOaCKN. T41 REWARD Lost on the Horn Lake road. OZO between Llnck's farm and Ewer's eotton gin, a Gold Watch heavy hunting-case and nickel movement with initial "i." on top lid. The above reward will be given to the finder, at this office- LOT. DRAKT-Drawn forfi00 by J. D. Brewster to his own order, and Indorsed by him, and accepted by l earce, Suggs A Co., dated November 6, 187H. All persons are warned against trading for said draft, as payment baa been stopped. Under will please return to Mallory, Crawford Co. RIji(l0n Main, between Madison and Poplar sts . one plain gold ring: "Martha ' engraved Inside. R-tnrn to 221 Wain lor reward. NT1CAY12LI. BAYIHORSK On Friday night, one bay horse, 14Hj b nnds hleb, scar on shoulder and sore on back. Liberal reward for returning at 410 Main. S- OHREL HORSE PONY Plaited mane and fall: with saddle and part of bridle. Return to No. 7 Avery street lor reward. 4COvVS AND CALVES One red and white cow, with jellow or pale red. and white-spotted call, or.ariu.ir hnmiiM cow. with white face: calf red. One white ow, with some small red pldes; calf white and red pots. One uelfer, whte with red specks. If taken np will pleas deliver to PKARCJ5. euuoa at tu, --mw and CALK Red eow: ton of left ear oft I J and lop slit on same ear; white heart on fore head. Cult about six months old. A liberal re ward will be paid lor the return of eow and calf. MRS. M'COWELL, HH Winchester street. eHM&niS AJN1 liOAKU. R OOM Nicely furnished; suitable for two gen tlemen, at H4 Mulberry street. BttOiT ROOM Kiegaully furnished, at No. 104 Court street. Suitable for gentleman and wile. or two single gentlemen. Keterenca. BOAUDIM We havo opened the Adams Street House for brarders by tiny, week or month; will use our best endeavors to please. Give us a call; e7-! Adams rt. MH3. K WHITr. MORE. Prop'rs. D KS1RABLK ROOMS Kurnlabed or unfurnished. with board. 4:11 Shelby st. Also, oay-boaruing. BOAROEU-i cn be accommodated with pleasant rooms, furnished or unfurnished. In one of the pleasantest lociUtons Hi the city. Table board at prices to suit the times. A pleasant home for those WIUIIIK w iniiliu. Al'l'ij Btllff CWJlFm. rOOMd Nice furnished rooms, cheap, at , N". 85 MAIN STREET. OLIVER, FINNIE & C0 5 carloads Aew Mackerel, 2 carloads Thin Cheese, 2 carloads Crackers, 2 carloads Good Shipping Apples 1 carload N. Y. ijtate Buckwheat carloaa ralrtianlL's Lard, I carload Ivraut and Pickles, 1 carload Missouri Cider, 1 carload Kalsins and Auti, 1000 bgs New Crop Green Coffee, 1000 hxs Fire-Crackers, 100 brls 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 LOCAL PARAGRAPHS. The Mississippi river continues to rise rapidly. Tho weathi r wa9 damp, cloudy and cool yesterday afternoon. Many Mempbiuns intend celebrating tbe holidays by getting married. The legislative council will meet at the courthouse at three o'clock this afternoon Tbe Bowers-Thompson combination will precept Court and Stage at the Theater to night. - Tbe dark, heavy and rainy weathpr of last night sent tho late-hour men home at an early hour. Next week at the Theater B. Macnley and cotnpany will present Messenger from Jarvis Station. Country people crowded into the city yet terriuy and made large purchases of supplies and other goods. Owing to the lowering clouds that ob scured tbe sunlieht yesterday, gas bad to be lighted in many houses. The board of police and fire commission ers will meet this morning nt teal o'clock at the office of the chief of police, on Adan.s street. Tbe street-c rj, after tho performance at the Theater, will be found tt the corner cf Main and Jt Ursou streets, to go out on all tbe lines. Traius from Mississippi over the Missis sippi and Tennessee railroad continue to be crowded daily with people coming to Mem phis to make purchases. Toe bluff in front of Cjurt street wag crowded with couutry wagona yesterday. The planteis brought their cotton in wagons and carried back supplies of all sorts for the holi days. Cotton went up in price yesterday. If you bat purchased five hundred bales the day betoro and sold the same ypsterday, you would have made over five hundred dollars clear money on the speculating transaction. Yesterday Fred M'Cartv, white, stole an tvctr.oat horn the Hole-in-the- Wall saloon on Monroe street, and pawned it to "mine uno'.u." Lte was arrested and locked up at tho Utionhouse. The stolen overcoat was recovered by the police. Ccurt and Stage, which will be present ed nt tho Theater to-night, is a four-act play of the reign of Charles II, in the seventeenth century. Mrs. Bowers will appear as " Frances ' Stewart," and Miss Charlotte Thompson as "Nell Gwynne." Fifteen arrests were made by the police yesterday and last night, the various charges were: Three cases of larceny; doing business without license; carrying concealed weapons; violating health ordinance; driving on side walk; suspicious character; drunk and dis orderly. Of those arrested eight were whites and seven blacks. The order made on Tuesday last by Judge ilornao, of the criminal court, in structing the attorney-general to investigate the conduct ot tbo water company and other corporations as to whether or not they are carrying out the provisions of the respective charter, created quite a flutter in certain circles yesterday. Ibo order means business. An Appeal reporter was out on Front street yesterday and had occasion to take out his note-oook to make a few nourishes with his penal. Several businesi men who knew not our man fled rapidly from him, they tak ing hi in for a deputy-sueritf on a jury-hunting raid. We do not know who ought to leel insulted, our reporter or the deputy then If i. During the past month numbers of col ored peoplo have purchased thomes or lands in this county, the purchases being irom forty to eighty acres each. Yesterday six deeds for lands sold to colored people were filed at the county register's office. This is a ?ood si (fn, there being nothing better in this world than having a home on the soil and becoming a proprietor ot land owner. The Little Rock Demo-rat, ot the 16th. says: "John Siementel, formerly a boarding bo8 on the Memphis and Little Rock rail way, was ran over by the cars and killed, in Argenta, last night. The deceased was re leased from the county jail bat a few days since. He had been in confinement some time on the charge of robbery, bat no case could be made agbinst him. The coroner was notified." The Ifcpley (Tenn.) Neics of the twelfth instant, thus kindly refers to Memphis: "St. Louis, you might ae well try to dam up tbe waters of the Nile with bulrashes as to try to squelch Memphis. ' She is like Milton's an gels 'vital in every part, and cannot bat by annihilation die.' Memphis has four months to complete her sanitary measures. Hardly time enough, we fear, but let everything be done that can be done in that time, for the whole country is identified with the well-being and prosperity of our metropolis." Yesterday at the criminal court Calvin Tucker, colored, indicted for the larceny of forty dollars from Gabe Williams, in Chelsea, was found guilty and sentenced to five years imprisonment in the penitentiary. When called upon to say why sentence should not be pronounced upon him, he said that he did not like to be charsed with stealing forty dollais from Gabe Williams, that he counted the money twice over, and there was only twenty-five dollars, that he did not want his character to be charged with stealing forty dollars when he only took twenty-five. The marriage licenses issued by the county court clerk yesterday are as follows: Whites T. M. Leonard and Miss Georgia V. Spivey, Kiward Dunn and Miss Fannie Oldham, Sterling T. Williams and Miss Mollie Meacn am, James B. Sturdevant ami Miss Lillian Grove, E. Q. Withers and Miss Frances V. Gates, Wm. N. Davis and Miss Cora M. Shorter, John Sheban and Mm. Sarah M'Gratb. Colored Anderson Catron and Millie Jones, Green Abbott and Maggie Williams, Robert L. Gwinn and H., Manual, Wm. E. Lowe and Mary D. Chapin, Sandy Hobbs and Bettie Gray. PERSONALS. Prof. A. M. Moon, of Ripley, Tennessee, is in the city. Mrs. W. M. Ssnteb, cf St. Louie, is visit ing Mrs. Rogers, at No. 101 Adams street. Mr. E. E. Hooper, traveling agent of the Evansville and Terre Haute railroad, and of Evansville, Indiana, was in the city yester day. Miss Madge Bruce, who has been spend ing a few months on the coast ot Georgia, re turned to her heme on Rayburn avenue, a few days since. Mb. B. G. Lawrence, of Holly Springs, Mississippi, formerly judge of the probate court of Marshall county, is in tbe city, and. we learn, contemplates locating in this city to practice bis profession. Mrs Colonel M. D. L. Stbwarx has re turned home after an absence of five months among the good people of Tioy, Obion coun ty. West Tennessee. Mrs. Stewart is much improved in health, owing to her sojourn in tbe country. Mb. N. Haight, traveling agent, and Mr. James F. Aglar, general agent of the Union Pacific and Kansas Pacific railroad companies, and of St. Louis, are in the city, the guests of (Champ) Jobn Chamberlain. passenger agent at this point of the Illinois CJentral railroad. Yesterday, at Hernando, Mississippi, Rev. Dr. S. 11. f ord, ol b:. Louis, conducted a marriage ceremony, the groom being Mr. Charles M. Latham, of Kentucky, and tbe bride, Miss Lou T. White, of Hernando. The happy pair left last evening on a bridal trip to iiew urienns. AMUSEMENTS. Lewbrle'at Tbeater. Lady Jane Grty was again presented last mgbt and before quite a large audience, tat ing the very inclement weather into consider ation. 1 here was Quite a marked improve ment in the rendition of the play over that of the preceding nights, it worked very smooth ly and evenly. Mrs. Bowers was as effective in the role of "Mary Tudor" as usual. Miss Charlotte Thompson, as , "Lady Jane Grey," excelled herself and was ereeted with genu ine applause in many ot the scenes. The support was quite good, many of the minor roles being exceedingly well presented, in the last act, wben "Guilford Dudley" and "Lady Jane Grey" are sent to the block, Mrs. Bowers displayed great tragic tower in the development and expressioa or the passions. love, ambition and remori-e. It was a choice piece of acting acd was vociferously ap plauded. The drama is of an interesting character, and holds you fast until it closes and the curtain falls. To-night Court and Stage will be presented, and to-morrow mgbt The Hunchback. LAW REPORTS. Valted States Court Hon. K S. Bam- ua ATresiaing. The call nf the criminal docket will be con tinned to day. As soon as that is disposed of those cases on the civil docket involving trial by jury will be called. Attorneys must be present at tbe call or their cases will be continued. Chancery Court M'Oowell, Judge. Calendar for December 18tb: 1667, Vance vs Day: 2686. Brinkley vs Smith: 2690. Bart lfitt vs Pr7or; 2695, M'Mabon vs Walsh; 2696. Spiegel vs M Kinney; 2bU. tiddins vs Yates; 2699, Azelmeyer vs Erb; 2700. Wink elmeyer vs Twohig; 2703. Maumus us Man mas; 2710, Black well vs Canada; 2714, Price vs Price: Z7ZU. Uallagher vs eras company: 2722, Ellett va Greenlaw; 2724. Stacey vs Barlow: 2730. Henry vs Henry; 2733. -Major vs Mejor; 2734. Irvine vs Hays; 2735, Bowies vs Ragland; 2736, Daly vs Daly; 2739, King vs Handle; 2741, Hanson vs M Hillop; 2742, Coleman vs Dea; 2743, Bedford vs Waldron; 2745. I ounar vs Jtfernara: 274b, mteman vs Smith; 2751, Good bar vs Coffin; 2757, Postoa vs Miller; 2765, M Lean ex parte; 2707, Uan novan vs Williams; 2(bo, rlurcbrnson vs Treadwell; 2775, Nott vs Hurlbut; 2779, Maneheld vs Cannovan; 2734, Daniel vs Rotbrock; 2790. Study vs Sawin; 2792. Eck erly vs Safford; 2793, Mhoon vs Poston; 2794, Smith vs Sears, 2796. Humes vs Ward; 2799, Nott vs Sheltoo; zaUU, .bckerly vs Antwine. Criminal Court Judge I. U. Ilorrlg-nn Criminal court calendar for Thursday, De cember 18. 1879: 137-162. Thomas Cbam hers; 155. Alfred Butler; 64, William White; 100, Sberman Hicks; 101, Jim Alexander; 139, Charlie Rollins; 1U. Charles WcoJs. K. WITZI1AKN & CO. HAVK BBCEHTLY ADDED SHEET MUSIC To their large stock of pianos and organs, Besides the largest stock of classical music, they keep for sale all popular pieces. Owing to their contracts with eastern man nfactnrera before the late rise in ' PIANOS AND ORGANS they are able to sell at old figures. Parties desiring to buy should call at 22S tfeeond Street AND SECURE BARGAINS. " Imperial Billiards," something new, at Converse b, li Monroe street. local Notices. Invalids requiring a stimulant made from pure grain and free from fusil-oil should pur chase ureen uner. Our home manufacturers, are all busy Latting's soaps are having a great run since the lever, iheir quality is superior to all others. Vn ion Stock Yard Beopened. Howard & Co. have become proprietors of the Union stock-yard, opposite the Louisville depot, where a live stcck commission busi necs will be carried on. The eligibility of tbe yard, and tbe business standing of the rro- prietors ought to secure large shipments of cattle, sheep and hogs to the union yard. Xlie JTrlee of Drink. 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 oe ottered to the pnoiic. Hmoke Wright's Orange Durham. An Important Personal Item. Charles S. Prentice, of Toledo, Ohio, went to Paris and thence to England to be treated tor Bright s disease, and after tbe best physi cians of both countries had done what they could for him, gave np in despair and re turned to America to die. Here he received further treatment from other skillful physi cians withoat benefit, and while "listlessly lingering in pain and anguish,'' as he says, heard of the safe kidney and liver cure, took it, and was completely cured in a few weeks, lie gives circumstantial details of his painful experience and astonishing core in a long let ter to H. H. Warner & Co., which will be for warded on application. L.EUBKIE BKOS. NEW DRY 600DS PALACE. 259 and 261 Main street. The Choicest Stock of Dry Goods, Paris Millinery, Cloaks and Dolmans, and Suits, Shawls, Shoes, Carpets. FANCY GOODS I TOYS I TOYS I HOLIDAY PEESESTS. Largest stock of Toys In the City. Jewelry and Plated Ware a Specialty! LECBRIE BROS. Converse. 13 Monroe street, has the first Imperial biilard tables ever brought south. Old picture's) copied and enlarged at tbe Cottage Wallerr. Keale street. The use of Hall's vegetable Sicilian hair renewer will keep tbe hair from falling out French Steam Ijo-Werks. Ladies' and gentlemen's goods dyed and cleaned at Louis Reisrel's, 62 JetTerron street. Photographs, per dozen, at the Cottage Clallery, Beale street. Elixir Vitae. A gentleman who has been taking War ner's safe bitters says it comes nearest to be ing the fabled elixir vitae of any thing yet discovered. There is nothing equal to this and the safe tonic tor paruying the blood. lOO COOPS FRESH AND FAT LIVE TURKEYS, CHEAP. BTKVE CLEMKUT, 86 Beale Street. Billiards on those elegant new Imperial tables at Converse's, 13 Monroe street. Kirkland's Explanation In answer to a thousand and one queries. The mammoth horseshoe banes over the side walk at the Peabody corner. Each and every customer trading at Kirkland's is privileged to guess its weight. No extra charge. No lottery. No drawing perfectly innocent and amusing. 1 be guess is registered on a check, which is given to the customer, leaving a du plicate stub. The horse shoe will be un hooked on January 1, 1880, at twelve o'clock, in the presence of five gtod and true citizens, and weighed, the check having the' nearest gueg takes the fit'ty-dollitr bond, next the gold watch and third the cold-headed cane. Church Festival.! To-night a festival for the benefit of Im manuel church, on Beale street, Zion's ball, will take place and promises to ba a great success. Many ot the meat popular ladies of the city are identified with the enterprise. All are earnestly acd ccrdially invited to at tend. - Storage. Cot! on, merchandise, produce and machin ery stored at low rates, 234 Front street. Christmas Presents. Handwork embroidered slippers, For genta and ladies. Qailted and Morroco slippers. For gents' and ladies. Boots and shoes of all kinds, For genfi' and ladies. Boots and shoes of all kinds, For boys and girls. AT WM. MILLER & CO'S., 221 Main street. Which is the Cheapest, A package cf Duke's Durham, containing twenty pipe-fulls of tbe best smoking tobacco made, or one common cigar? Each costs ten cents. Fresh Oysters. Fresh oysters, game. fish, celery and dressed turkeys, at J. A. Signiego's, 273 and 280 Second street. COXMON WEALTH DISTRI i UTIOX CO. IStta. Begnlar Drawing on December sist caoiiaay bins ror an. The sarno grand schemo, $112 400 in cash lrfiiTB.- 'itmtnrvrBt.- tH),KrC ttrrtmly 9 1KK in all. New Year s eitts tor everybody and the price only f 2. No trouble about mails if addressed to T. J. Comroer'ord, Courier- Journal building, Louisville, Kentucky. In close money or bank draft, or send by ex press. Horseshoeing and Carriage Repairing Done in the best style and for tbe lowest cash price at J. G. Mailer's, 83 Jefferson street, opposite Lieu one s theater, ffmoke Wright's Orange Durham. The Wonderful Plaster. The aees to wmcn india-rubber can be ap plied seem to be without limit. I he article. however, has never Berved a more praccical or useful purpose-than when added to tbe mate rials which compose Benson's capcine porous plaster. This truly remarkable article is cer tainly the best remedy for a certain class of diseases and ailments ever devised or known, It has the most powerful effect on the system, and yet it is very pleasant and convenient to wear. Females suffering from pain and weakness peculiar to their ssx, will derive great comfort and strength from its use. For a neglected cough or heavy cold place one over the breist-bone and one between tbe shoulder-blades. It is the one and only treat ment which should be applied to children sffl.cted with whooping couch, ordinary coughs or cold?, crouD in its early stages or any lung or cbest difficulty. It is also spe cially recommended for lameness and weak ness of the back, rheumatism, sciatica, lum bago, kidney disease, sprain and all local acbes and pains. It is a great improvement on the common, slow-acting porous plaster, for it relieves pain at once and cures where other plasters will not even relieve. Sold by all druggists. Price, twenty fi ye cents. Elegant and cheap boats and shoes. John Condon's, 333JHals, near Union. Beef Teaderloins, Dressed turkeys and chickens, and frcsb cel ery; also fresh meats and vegetables of all kinds. H SEESSEL, SR., A fOX, Corner of Second and Jefferson streets. The Imperial billiard tables, at Converse's 13 Mocroe street, are perfect beaut.es. Floyd's Candies. "Best in the world." Everybody who has eat them says so. Shell oysters cooked by steam at Jobs Starla's, corner 31 in and Union. The Bis Boot f hoe Store. 344 Main, receive fresh goods daily. LKIIBBU BBOS., 59 and 61 nain Street. BOYS' BOYS' BOYS' BOYS' BOYS' BOYS' BOYS' BOYS' CLOTHING Lanbrie Bros. CLOTHING Leubrie Bros. SUITS Leubrie Bros. SUITS Leubrie Bros. ULS I"ERS Leubrie Bros. ULSTERS Leubrie Bros. HATS Leubrie Bros. HATS Lubrie Bros. Pride of the West Beer faucet retains the strength, puri ty and freshness to the last drop. Krlis Pfemfert A Co., Sole Agents. JLlnie, Cement and Grain, la liarge quantities. Ik w to the trade, at K. C. BUCHANAN & CO.TS, Now. 16 and 1H Union street. Medicated Toilet Jtlasks Are now sold by a lady in Memphis. Persons wanting masks can address through post office, "Atrent of Medicated Toilet Masks," and she will call promptly. CHEAP CAS 11 Boot and Shoe Store. No. 245 Main street, Harder 'a old stand. We are determined to sell good goods at the lowest price. Examine our stock and be convinced. No. 245 5' tin street. New and cheap boots and shoes. John Condon', 333 Mainswear t'.lon. Floyd's Bestaurant. No wonder people visit Floyd's, everything we serve, either to eat or drink, is the best to be bad. Oysters, fish and all game to be had at Floyd's. Steamed oysters at John Sturln's, cor ner Hall and Union. Christmas Tree Ornaments, Just received. Large variety, will sell cheap. AT FLOYD'S. Silver Watches from to S0. ladles' taold Sets from S to 9ZO. J. BUCK, S7 Beale street. CHRISTMAS NOVELTIES! KREMER, HERZOG & CO., Offer the largest and BEST SELECTION OF HA TS Ever shown here. Just opened, NEW AND BEAUTIFUL CLOAKS, At half price. Special drives in SII.K.S, DRESS GOODS, B BO CADES. For finest flavor, smoke Wright's Or ange Durham. It excels all. Sewin-Hachines. Those wishing to purchase the best ma chine for the least money are invited to in spect tbe light-running Domestic and the im proved Singer sewing-machines. Merchants and dealers supplied at lowest rates. G. W. FISHER. 263 Second street, General Agent for West Tennessee, North Missis sippi and Arkansas. - Smoke Wright's Orange Durham. Card, We have concluded to make a change in Our business and now offer our entire stock Cf wall paper and window shades at greatly reduced prices. c. a. haeberlb & co, 2W2 Second Street Headquarters for Bargains in shoes is the Big Boot shoe store, 344 Main. r.ynn Haven Bay shell -Oysters re ceived daily per express at Henry Lnekrmaan's, Call and try them. You can't afford to laugh, dear girls, Unless your teeth nre white as pearls Unless your mouth is pink and sweet. And your two lips in rosebuds meet; And you cannot supply this want. But through tbe use of sozodont! Fresh Oysters and Celery Received Dally, by Express. TICTOB D. 1TUCHS. Noa. 8 acd 41 Jeflerson Street. The Oyster-King on Hand Again, With down goes the price. For the benefit of Catholics, Jews and Gentiles, on Fridays big fat oysters only 25c per can. at FaBBKLL'3, 185 Mala street. Stylish and cheap boots and shoes. John Condon's, 333 Main, near Union. STEAMBOATS SPECIAL FOR WHITE R1VEP, rictus Pteamer hakd uash, Deing una- TZZBTWA 1 voldablr detained, will leave tnisSi ( CHTJItSDA i ), 18th. at 12 m . positively. H. W. L1GBTBUBNE. Agent, No. 7 Monroe street. Special Notice to Shippers. Msmfbis, Tbnh., November 29, 1879. rVAfter this date, tbe boats ot the Memphis and Fine Bluff Mall Line will positively not reeelve any freight for Arkansas river on Tuesday and Saturday after 5 o'clock p.m. JOHN N. H AHBIN, Sup't FOR VICK3BURG. St. Lonls and Vlebsburg Packet Co. Anchor lilne United States Mall. Glolcl Dust. Is5L M'Cord master. Will leave the Anchor Line wharf boat FBIDAV. Dec. l'Jih, at 10 a.m. For freight or passage apply to AD dtiimm, sup't. on wnarrooat. FOR LOUISVILLE AND CINCINNATI For Lrfnlsvine Cincinnati and Way A. and In km. ine uuperD passenger steamer Guiding Star, ij w. B utuer, master. Will leave Lee nharfboat as above TBIS DAT, Dec 18th, at 10 a.m. For freight or passage apply to J. A. wAnninu hjji. agenu JUemptais & Ohio Kiver racket Co. OLD RELIABLE LO UIS VILE A CmCISSAXI. The elegant D3 ssenger steamer H. J. Vinton.. master. Will leave SATURDAY, Dec 20th. at 5 p.m. For information apply to K. W. LIGHTBirBNB, General Freight and Ticket A?ent, No. 7 Monroe St. odd. Peabody Hotel. Str. VIVT PHINKLK leaves Wedneodav. Den. V4th. FOR ARKANSAS RIVER. For Plue Bluff, Little Bock and Way Landings Tne lndf p-noeni steamer Katie H?. Koanfz Sgj t t. iiuuw-aiuur I A. B. Clarke, ir clerk Leaves as above THIS DAY, December 18th, at 5 p.m. tfor ireignt or passage appiy to J. B FtfNKLTN. Agent. Memphis and Pine Bluff O. S. Mall Line. For Pine Blitrr. l,uue hock, ana tnrougn to on omun ou. liatie Ilooper, i&s&l Bd. Rowland master I J. N. Thomson.. . .clerk Leaves an above SATURDAY, Dec 20;h, at 5 p.m. For Height or passage apply to .TOHN N. HARSIN. Sup't. 29.21 Front st FOR NEW ORLEANS. Memphis and New Orleans Packet Co. For VlcksDurg, Natchez, Bewu neat ana tne Henar. James Howard, James O'Neal master. Will letve the Anchor Line wharfboat SATUR DAY, Dee. 20th. at 5 p m. For freight or passage apply to AD. STORM, Agent, Anchor-line wharfboat, or J. T. WASHINGTON. Agent, Lee Wharfboat. Mrmnhln and Blew Orleans Packet Go. For Vlcksbuig, Natchez and New Orleans Steemer Henry i rank. 4351 J. F. Hicks master I Alf. Grlssom clerk Leaves the Lee wharfboat as above THURSDAY, Dec Hth. at 5 p.m. For freight or passage apolv to J. T WASHINGTON. Agent, R. E. Lee Wharfboat. FOR CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS. Anchor Llae-For Cairo and St. A-oals and all Way Ln l inga m leaner Colorado, JPfri 8am MPheeters master. Will leave tbe Anchor Line wharf boat TH0BSDAT, Dec. 18th, at 6 p.m. For freight or passage ap ply to AD. STORM. Sup't. on wharfboat. FOR DYERS BURG Memphis, Hales Point and Drersbuig Regular Week ly Packet For Golden LBke, Randolph, Nodena, Fulton. Osceola, Hales Point, Key Corner and Dyeri-burg, making all way landings on Missis sippi rive--. The elegant steamer SHIELDS, Ed W CrowelUmaater; Ralph Hlrks, clerk Leaves Mem phis for Djersburg every TUESDAY, at 5pm. eaves Drersburg for Memphis on Saturday. The Shields will go down the Mississippi every Monday. FOR WHITE RIVER. Memphis & White River Packet. Regular Independent Memphis and White Blver Packet For Augusta, Jackson port Searcy, and way points. The regular Independent Packet Ed. C. Postal master Charles Postal .... clerk Will leave Memphis KYKHY. WKDN&aDAx, at 6 p.m. For freight or raage apnlv to B W. LIGHTBURNH, No. 7 Monroe st., opp. Peabody hetel. K. P. 4I.F,NH. on WhHrltWHt. FOR ST. FRANCIS RIVER. lr-rtt and St. franetg Klver U. 9tnti Line-The light-draft steamer S. J.D.Randall master ID. B. Abrahams cient Will leave Memphis EVERY TUKSDAY AND FRIDAY EVENINGS, at 5 p.m., for Marlanna, the Cut-off and all Intermediate landings. For freight erpaage applyon board. FOR OSCEOLA. Slemphls ana usceola V. s. Mail racket Regular Trl-weekly C S. Hail Packet for Bndolpr, Fulton. Osceola and all way landings Tbe ele gant paeseaTer etamef O&cesia Belle, .i J. 3. Andrews Master I B. O. MIchell Clerk. 1-envee Memphis every TUK3DAY. THURSDAY and SATURDAY, at 5 P.m For rn-WI't or rmsatre arirtlf on nowrd. FOR WKITE AND BLACK RIVERS. ' MlliT HAKKI J.1NK. Hemphla tVhlte Klver and DlaeSt Blvet V. S. Mall Packets. For Indian Bay, SL Charles, Clarendon, Devall's Blutf, Des Arc, Augusta, Jacksonport, West Point, Searcy, Bateavllle, Powhatlan, and Pocahontas. The new steamer jrosie Marry, -Si M. R. Harry, captain. Walker Outlaw, clerk. Leaves Memphis on and after November 2d, every SATURDAY, at ft p.m., connecting direct with the new Black river U. S. mall packet MILT HARRY for Powhaltan and Pocahontas, and with Dally Packets to Ratesvllle and Upper White river. Through tatea to all points. Freight consigned to Milt Harry Line-, Memphis or Terrene will be promptly forwaidsd. Freight will be received at all timee on the R. K lee Wharfboat J T WASRIrlflTOH AArenL LEE LINE STEAMERS. For trlendale, Helena, and riars Point Tame X.ee, Stack Lee... master Lord W. Whitlow... clerk will leave as above on every MONDAY. WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY, at 4 P.m. Office No. H Madison street. FOR HALES POINT. Ilesular Aakport sail Males Point Pitt. For Osceola, Ashport. Hales Point and all Interme diate landings The elegant passenger steamer eo. W. Clieek,Sa Henry Cooper master I Nell Booker clerk Will leave as above on MONDAYS and WEDNES DAYS for Aihport; and on FRIDAYS for Hales Point, giving 8eclal attention to all way business. For freight or passage apply on bowr1. ARKANSAS CITY and PINE BLUFF R R. Adams Trl-weeklv IT. M. Mall Line Far e.reenvllie, Arkansas City, Pine Bluff Railroad and all way landings The elegant steamers Onacliita llelle, Hark B. Cheek... master A. L. rhimmin. eierk Coahomn, 4t4 E. O. Banks master I Wm. Smlther cierk Leaves as above every MONDAY, THURSDAY and .SATURDAY, at 6 p.iu. Office, No. U Madison si. INDUSTRIAL FOUNDERS, MACHINISTS JIILLWKIGUTS 9, 31,33 and 35 Front street, STEAM SAWMILLS AND ENGINES ALL KINDS IRON AND BBASS CASTINGS - SOLS AGENTS for Smith Valle's Atles and Cam Steam-Pumps, Iron Store-fronts, Sb -fling. Pullers Hangers and Uln-gear. tsySteambat and Plaatatloa Work a Heeetmtiy. Kail ma ea furnished on bp plication. rsr-SEND FOR DESCRIPTIVE C4TALOUK.FJ Pratt,Irwm & Go WHOLESALE Notions, GentsTiirnishing Goods xxosiinn'S', into. Ho. 329 MAIN STREET- CP" We desire to Inform our friends and tbe trade orders from Memphis, where we Intend to continue Please addresgns hereafter only y 29 Main Z. JS. KSTES. late Kstes. riser Co. J AS. H. DOAS, Memphis. Teas. EST3SS,BAN-.& CO Successors to Estes. Flaer at Co. Wholesale Grocers, Cotton Factors And Commission merchants. No s. 114 and 113 Union Street, Memphis. . SEMMES I CO SOIaE proprietors of Old ITannissee, TRADE REGISTERED. Old Kentucky SOUR (ViASH M.H.Goover&Oo MAM7FACTCREKS OF Doors, Sash, Blinds & Moldings, AJaIj KINDS Or DUUK brackets and Scroll Work. Roneh and NOS. 161, 163 AND W. T. Mowdre. loath. BOWIE, HALONB k CO. COTTON FACTORS, 28G Front street rSSSgSS gef Memphis, Tenn Our Shed is open and ready to receive Cotton. JR. I, COCHBAX. COCHRAN k CO HAWlFACTTKEKti Ol' Lumber, Lath Doors. Saab, and Blinds, and all kinds of rMklai Boxes. Olllce and Yard, fcotorWaaIngrton at, Saw and Planinr, Kills, North endHavr Id Stem phis JOS. FADER. HENRY FAOER, FRANK & GO. Wholesale Grocers, Cotton Factors 294: Front street, Memuliis, Tenn. FifSiIBE, BUETOBI & 00 irocers and Nos. 371-373 Main street, Memphis. M. SAM WHOLESALE CHi,FniE Ms Has reopened with a new and complete stock, and Is prepared ' to Jill all orders In tbe above line. Special , inducements to cash buyers. 312 Main, opp. Peabody Hotel. Chickasaw Iron Works! Xlandlo eft? Xilvormoro, JF'x-o-rp's OS Second St., opp, Market Square, Memphis. STILil. OPE.V-UATK NOT BEGS CL08RD-Have on hand a stock ot KIsbet, Brooks, Albertson, and otber standard snrt are prnpwd to prornptlr till all ordwrs COTTON 300 FRONT C B. Moore. 100RE, BASSETT Doalora 1n Doors, Sash, Blinds, foldings, XiTLmber, Xatli and Shingles 351-353-359 Second street, : Memphis, Tenn. J. T. FAR6AS0H & GO. Wholesale Grocers and Cotton Factors. 39 Front street, Memphis. Tennessee, avu Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants 1VO Uravler street, E HAVK OPENED A PKBMANKNT BRANCH wantv our trade, aud conslaninnnls ol oouon wui wn cawnu aianuoo. IRONWORKS! corner Auction, mewpnis. MEJiriltS. TEIN. generally, that we are again fully prepared to 011 their our business, having closed our house In St. Louis. street. Memphis. Tenn. MARK WHISKI AND r KAnij?, Dressed Lumber, Shingles. Laths, Etc, 165 WASHINGTON ST. W - Maloae. S. P.Bowdre M. A. COCHHAN. and Shingles, Tennessee. FRANK. J. SUGARMAN B Cotton Factors TER, for wort In tha Konrwlry and Machine-atop Line FACTORS AND- ST.. MEMPHIS. G. T. Basaett. New Orleans. La. OV OUR HOCSK AT NEW ORLEANS TO MEET THE & CO. ttwsm ft finfis OFFER AH UNUSUAL HE ATT STOCK HOLIDAY FRESH AND A1TRACT1TE JiOTELTilS IX NEW SILK DOLMANS, New Cloth Dolmans. New Cloth CloaksA New Walking Jackets, New Silk Suits, New Silk and Wool Suits, New Cashmere Suits ALSO. AN ELEGANT USE OF MISS ES'&CHLLDREW'S SUITS NEW ltUOCADE SULKS, New Pekln MII&s, Sew Black Silks, Sew Colored Silks, AN 1MSEXSE AND TERT New Silk Handkerchief?, New Embroidered Handkerchiefs, New Kid Gloves, New Underwear, New Piano Cover?, New Lace Goods, New Table Covers, New Embroidered Set?, New Hosiery, New Slippers, FURS FOE LADIES ! FURS for MISSES! FtJSS lor CMI LORES! AT SPECIALLY TO W PBICFJI. LOWEHSTEIH & BR WM. FRANK Having determined to Discontinue the ISetail Busines-tve shall oiler oar entire stock or Staple sad Faaej hh Lais' li CMli's Slioes, Etc. AT EASTERN COST! AT EASTERN" COST! Oar assortment being replete with THE LATEST NOVELTIES ! L.adles will find it to their advantage fo make pur chases at once. Oar stock of over 830,000 worth mast be disposed ot within the 3SEXT SIXTY DAYS. Wm. Frank & ASSIGNEE'S S. VEX DIG. the assignee of Walker llros & -Co., will offer for sale at his Store, 226 MAIN STREET, retail! o g at wholesale prices Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, loins HOSIERY. CLOAK9, ETC. All should avail themtelves of this opportunity! Fverythinq; to be disposed of!- Don't forget the number, 226 MAIN STREET I Call at once while Stock is complete and seenre barainsl Announcement ! SECOND STOCK FOB THL3 SEASON IS NOW IS AND COXPI.BTID. 3J 23 MEN'S, YOUTHS', BOYS' SUITS, Children's nit". Overcoats, Ulsters, TJlterrettes, IN ALL TBE LATEST STILES. COLORS, CUTS AND COMBINATION. FEICZ3 LOWER THAN EVER I Bluff City Clothing House, 259 Main Street. TH03. B. ALLEN, JOW T. RHODES, I A. LEVY. DICK BOLES. f Jno. W. Dillard. 11. DILMHDiGOFFIIi 00. Cotton Factors and Wholesale Grocers, 260-262 Front street. Memphis. BALPH nORJUELtY. f illLil I COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS. Xo. 338 Front street, : : : Memphis, Tenn. FyJiilxral advances made on all Cotton consigned to n .S3 SCHOOL BOOKS! GLUPP & BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS; Blank Book Manufacturers and Job Printers, 310 Main Otroot, i i MomtDliiB. TTotiii. fcV" Bespeetfullr lnrorm their friends and the trade that ther have a complete r-toclt of Hrhool. Blantr and HlM.ll.Bcaa. staalxs, office ana r.rf HtAUirr, nd a lull line of event bin pertaining to their bostness, which ther offer to the public kt unusual lj low nrloea. i.xm fW All orders lntimited to their core shall rwselve prompt and eHreful attention. 1879 IFALL AND WINTER 11879 MURRAY & RIDGELY, Merchant Tailors 38 Madison. Take pleasure In notlfjlrurthelr friends and the pablle feoeraJly, that they are In receipt ot a Fresh and Complete Assortment of VALL AID WIKTKIl UOODSi embracing the Terr Latest Styles and finest makes of English, Franca and Carman Manufacture ra. They request those who contemplate ordering Winter dottaios to sire them a call. PKICE9 HOUEHATK ty Orders solicited and Samples sent on application A.'TACCAKO. K. TACCAXO. A. B. TACCAH0. A. VACOABO & CO IXPOSTEES XSO DEAUEKS U WINES, LIQUORS & OIGABS, No. 324 Front street, Herxphla, OF JfEW G003S SUITABLE FOB PRESENTS NEW CIRCULARS, New Ulsters, New Shawls, New Wraps,' I SEW DKES GOODS. New Velvets. New Black Goods, New Satins. o- CHOICK ASSORTMENT OF New Neckwear, New Ribbons, New Skirts. New Tidies Co., 249 .lain TiTTVEO fif. VEVDIG, PKOP'B. Jj. Coffin. BI. G. Hall HAL It R A. UOODX&N. BLANK BOOKS! TAYLO OTHERS SALE Mill