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THE MKAlSLXH DJ jU Y j?:H, I-- THT3 USD V . DCEMJKIK 25. 1879.
AaiL'WKJlBMjg. m ill liHIU H TIIKtTf - Is fonin.rH Memphis I Dw"'jai;tf . DAVT.Y .V BUl)OK3....JProtrora WrXKPKCKMBKRtt. SI .imrrx Ctirl-t nan and T ho rrailMIc Aineaoan Comedian, li his .jualnt character- rats in the A-nericaa ComMJ-Iwn. A Jlccnircr Vrm JnrYta Box-sheet now open. j,pTfiB. M.m.lHf. rwn.l2Wh-MIl Agpnf I1.LI4KU1 COX VERSE'S IJIIHACU PABLO Xo. 13 Monroe mre Alt,, AM POOI- ABU" An.l all kinds of Sporting floods. ;.-A,.NT FOR THE H. W. COLLVS JI1 UITMA TrKKSKAT31 k I ilk L.V ITS l-EAUODrilOTELSTOEl . ..umTHlH PB LIU. OIIJinK men -Mai K T at K 1 K K LAW 1 nU,W " tuo .ltlit of the Marnmom ou'" nearest .T..-M gel KIFTV DOLLARS. 8cn- . . . . .,,t uir.F.D CAT-5: li'H.I) v. ATCH. TnlM- """-" I. I. CHXAWAY. So. Kmi'-rt; Retite.1. Collections Made,TM ..,u.,- h.irrM carefully watched Mi " (M Mr.. C 11. CON AWAY (for the past four J"" oiii.-v i f tlie 'ate principal) awlsted ' ..,. ;,n alive, experienced collect.. Kill fl i.-i,t:.. i to t.ii-:iie,w committed toner care. c.llH't i-n, rnMle without delay, on be term. . riTin i'i lurpf-l ow nr rernlrtetlg ;-.V,.t;(V:L ll'ilWi KN-Hajtl JJ ft??! 1 . ltA0. , c .Wd AMI CALVKd-One red MJ I ieh.,w or pale red, and .... .ia-k l.nii.lle cw. Willi whlM '"L Ji7ell on,- .iii ow, wim wma small rea p". :nte nut red fiMits. if tnknn "HI .,,- i-1 ! f , white wun red specks. ,.1.. ,-!WI.) FKAKCrHtjlii- , v;w ami" c a L k Hh J"p! 'oJtow-M-i.1 silt wisaine ear; wbltabjriw li,l. rlfalH,ut six months old. w M w.U h, for the remm ofeow -n. Uf. li:t winrtieter trec. TO KXC11AXGB. r,.in imusK. BL'i L'UiiY AND HiBM.-S-0' P ; K,a hunting lot Aditress . . pnx '.'ihl. vmnnis. "' - IOIS NALK OK , v ACWHrf OK LAND We!! .50 ut of cuimmlon. rlililA mil.- ffu clir. on .n. a m. v . - A in ann i. n. n. KOKHK: -vit i h MiWRLti can t found ! all boo" 1 7 No. 7 Smlli Court strert. I It. I.. LAMKI has remored bis resinews--"- -a J J Ollll- -io ;t 1 7 MAIN BT., between iouro- HOOSIS A JIOAKD. 1 ,-L KMllKI) KKM- -Wlttt or wltnout board, ! P Ml I. IIMITI. Ij'KONT HOOM-F.lfirvntlr furnished, at P r.i.irt stn-t. Sultfj !s for gentleman and .,r iwoMnitlr Kiitleiiien. Hwlfrencaa. i'.iAKl.lMi-We"bHve oitied the Adamt tttwt T) Hi. us ror lK.arirs bj dar, week or niontb , in us.- our etnlravors to please. ile u JWi. (I7 'l. AiIkhis st. MHd. K WHlfEilOKII.Profiri I K-.IKAHI.K h.)M3-luriiiueauruiiiu.u.-"--.. I Kill, hoard. 4jl Hlienirjsoyjoanlln H'i titOl-.UH run lie ai.oonimodaied wltU P1; n.n.s. furnished or unfurnished. In one of Ut l.:r.sntiit :.wiuions in the ellf. Table board at I ru - lo suit the times. A plwisant home for UWM v! l.liig to Uoanl. AiM'iyat 1 IH nciiit. I tKjUd-Mce lurulsheij rooms, cheap at l XX K. MAIN -TRbFt. WANTS. OiI.K-.MAN n experienced wholesale dry (sjodi II Inlod allll the MlMlsslPPl lrile; kIv an.', lenutb of experience and probable si.,,..,. Addles " Y.," Letlerarrter, , 2. i-oa-vMI-. Kntuckr. Ur a Ten M A K Kits - Two Qrst-claai watckmakers, nt H in rsH-ond slreet. t-alooo, Ka I Hcnle rlreet. -I ifn LA B0KKH9 To work on Pensacola and I I IUU Me ma Railroad; good statlouwork. Ap- e Co CALI.AMj Pensacola Jul Pensacola Junction, M and M. R. B. rjn.NN Kit-Apply at onoe. at 4fl Main itreet. C ()!ii yiAS I Iromtolt To work on a (mall place, 8 mile. town; references reuuire.1. appirw B. BAYI.1SS a iai. rni.s i;mi) hand-To unload a stase boat I A l.l M'V. I., ti 'ml (if M nl n street. MAN- :lot)r. In.ltistrloiia man for hard work; i.'.rvi o her need apply. Wagea, (10 Vt in. . it ii hikI hHT'l. Itnjtitre at 11, i in d t'l.i AH i OKK, tinder Peabody hotel. I 1 lUi -i AND KI'KH JT 1 Tiio blsbest niarkt prices paid at 1.01H HUCHHALTKH-d. No. -J 1 il front strwet, cor Adams, ( ecnls or Krh-kh .us 4 Co , rft. louts. -b lAltliK'.lo Or loota and board, at H i Madison St. I'OK NAlit3. "1 tns Two unliiiproTed lots on Heorla atreet I J :Wl) fet frunle;icb, by lt!Ufeet.fe p. nearbt. -...t'ii s c nu.-rn. T. J. LATHAM. 11 M1LCU COWS a at lOtj Popltr street rpANKd-tiiilialile for cisterns; 10 to 80 barrels I Miwlty. Apulr at 1H4 Kront street. iJI'.INTINM IIATKHIAL AND BINDKHY-Harlnii pup haswt the Tnie. Fnsses (Hoe, Campbell mi l i. nic, in. liot K Bindery and Machinery of the lul . "li"ie Priming Company," we will sell the .-vii'io lu iiunuuilca to full purchasers. Addresa . C. TOOIT A W., Memphis. 1NtlSK-A rmt class erglne, ft horse jsjwer, 'j ciK-ap. JOHN MAM iOCK. H'tt Main, Meniphlii. JWRM - A newly olearfd tatm ot etuhty-elKhtaeres; ' lutty acres llncly tiniuered, wuh nw linprove-in-n!s. vtt'hnnl, siTUig. etc.; good eotiage bouse, siiu.Kcd at ndhna.l nutto-i, six inllii from Mem Mim. v. i l eil low lor cash; ur half easlt, balance in I J mui.i: s. call on l;t. J. 1. MEW HORN. 84 Madison gt. 1.11(1111) MicfkH-Oiw pair; ro,-kaway and ;l hu ; scco'iil haiul biuixr, fourdesks, two ir. ii SHirs si !.'inlid o.'lu-e table, lelier tMs, andooe , teller pmm, andoc O. WOOLDBllxiB. i.o. .'I iii'its Irs. Hulldlng. Ilallson street '1 ' I.HS-f ivsii Importation of Dutch Hyaclntb, J Tulip. r cm, arvU!u and (ilooioloa bulbs: aiHi, Hi" lines? cut (lowers and hliKiinlri; plan la. MKSU Jin H ..UAL CO., it7 Msla street. J,iaKM-NIi. .t acre Knilt Kami: gorl bouse and rtiMe: tlino miles eest of ilpmpbls, toward Hi. r,ire-t.iu:ti. J r my a enoice small iiirm. V.: A. WHKATI.f Y, -Jsl Main sf. 14'..M.iiK-t-KVHOne Hi-horse power engine ' i and Ujilrr .or elll tri.ie tor smaller one or old jr j.ii.i;V Aloliiry diilile-onu liek and Btova. rt Ajr A IN A..11 A CO... 'IKK Malll St I MtAY - lliimess ard ir.ulv. Also, tingle harness her or tenanilelt. In. J anil eim.s wain, together or i vuimu iisuir .-.?jriiiritieciiHii.,near uadlson. HICK -Hy tivcr or rail. QuanTlty and nualilr k-KHranttM t.esve orders tet J.ihn A. Ilenle's. ""'i 1- rout sti-eel, or W. J. Chase Co.'s, lsa Main e'.i-t. O. M. P. flPKH. r IlIK CiUt RKrinjF.N.-fi-V7 Linden street L ply to CLAHKR, JOHNSON A CO.. JP H70 Kront street I jl.AN rATI.V-TheLiirirtyPlace,tennillessoutli 1 ur Jiwinpiils, cnriining ;hh) acres ol good t-itMrvii li.ml tor rvnt tor one or mora years; plenty i.r Auisand line ftiak raiure. Apply to U. Dihii.v Krayeer, No. Madlion stm-t or uuaiej ZKNO T. IUBB13, at While Haven. Tenn. ) i fcr-lnKM'K-No. 14S Adams a I V K'.i-.oiialile. Apply to ho. 10'Jt I A .N I Al l i.N Oue of thu Uuesl Iantatlons oti I tuts Missisnlpdi river-7,'xl acres Cleared, steam o, line dHpeiiiiiKu.'il pla fully sux-ked with bands. w m r. ut or take a irrt.cilcHl larmer as partner Ad Ireis. L. It C. ran-. Appeal. J pJLSK aN1 Llr-LONaiJA.K FLACH. l.t the coming wur-the well-known Lona l i'o Pli.iv; a two-and-a-blf story house, oontala ii g lourteen to sixteen rooms, a short distance b o. ihe coHKiratlon line. Tha lot contains four ;;.-rvs. well Improved, with shn.tA !.. . -i id oilier ,uaa.uiias tve:sreens,witn a good garden: tan lr.!rs cis-crns and a well. st. hies, bams ard oth il.iiuts. H ill be n-,,,,.,1 !,' t,, tenant oui-l.ti Apply to nil It HON D, 2.) MadiKon .i I .Vl?. " '" trt7To7i5erl? .IAN I IKK orcutilHt I , ...n unraran rtimonal bank, utelud n it imi.k Mini, couiitnr, ele , lor tvnt ,; v. i. iue ii'in it J.inuarr. IHMt ,.i. ... nieeeasioii K.ULULKY it.YSKK. Attorney aivLaw Madison strwfc ( )f ;ci-l,iml)ie i olll.es m the Mam.nle tern. J l e.An:lyj,oR.C. WlLLlAJl.SON.See'y I i io H - car, e uiiTuiiilsr-d f roiitVw.inTwtth sniil I room n.iiiiectli g,mn be bad. with good bSw ut , court uvet. hefrreiicea reuuin-d. I Juinis-for,!,),,",,, uhlurnli.bd, sliude or in J V sou, Hituout board; apart.uer u " atuJefTlS . ..it liim.v lie-1,11,, at Ml JeHeraoii siiVlf ,ot 1 -3lDKhtK-jud due lots at". Vr.atatlbiL V - - U BAYNKaT hkiI s-l i,r,irnNhl; In a prlvaihiinllyTTjE: - V ivpiion.0,,0 Mereneee ie.julre.1. Address this office. r-;l UK CC - ) sdniits street Applyli V'.'i .ll.-i L'S.U i : i..ir i .rMu. Api.Ij to Tn'ouiu lf..i!. s: M l, or l. Heiilhl Ag-nt. 11. Mn,lim,,'.tco V Ur- I I'KNCK wu cliuin. LK, ,r from fernr Tnfeio, " j-.i ji r.u i 'a f. TM KH, 24ft Second st Ri.ee LiutiUir.it. a low aomn.n.iin... Z!zJ.uul: i-pin1f.i.s,1,,..Wii i. .a m.,7i . "ujcra "1 .. 'i''WWBlll5fliai ' tfl.1 HI it glrM.1 .k ... . . ? rritwTtiit . j 10,0 00 PODBBg. A sL4? r U Y U uts," XI alsi m(' Uss, Currant, titroii, Etc., At MI'UCIAJ.I.Y LOIV riilUK THI3 WE2K. ALMO . Fitiicy App!cs and Oranges, riaiaaml Fancy Crackers .laple Sugar and Syrup, ir-rislng liuckwheat, Se.f-risiug Flour, UJLKH1I.I: Alt!) HKTA1L. B.M.STRATTON JET PALACE. Roll " Jct ood. Rore t eg U ruted Jewe, JOTeltleg ltt Gold Jewelry. Jet Kin.. v.. J - vum i ins, etc. 1 RQEMHEpj,,.., 8S. Maln M XCHAHE. commodious and desirable resl Memphls. ,n BoUTTnn-. for like property In 3. W. Niim-nJ: .Yi, 2H5 Main street. LOST. Gy?n5ifSnit,ii"!?eA1- w- Taylor on one Mde. 74 Pot,iar"VL'fCBlve'rluf uo by returning OLIVER, FINNIE & CO "carloads A ew Mackerel, carloads Thin Cheese, 2 carloads Crackers, 2 carloadsGood ShippIngApples 1 carload N. Y. State Uuckwheat 1 carload Fairbauk's Lard, I carload Kraut and Tickles, 1 carload Missouri Cider, 1 carload Kaisins and Auxs, 1 000 bgs New Crop Green Coffee, 1000 bxs Fire-Crackers, lOObrls Oranges, 10,000 bxs Fancy &StickCandy 10,000 cases Canned Vegetables, Fruits, Fish, Etc,. 300 brls and ht br)s Oatmeal, . Cracked Wheat, Graham Flour, Hominy, Grits, Etc. OLIVER, FINNIEi&.CO LOCAL PAKAGKAUHS. Christmas day. A merry Chrigluiaa, one and all. ChriBlmat poet are on the "boom." k,manac the year 1880 are in circu- -jThe cotloa exchange wilt not be opened "KJK-noR maa morning. will be the thinff this Christ- Christmas f J fruit last night. The Shelby circuit court will not meet until next Saturday. kZV"160!" wa a colJ. damp and oheerleag Chriatmaa eve. The abatement of nuisances has not as yet gotten under full headway. Read the proceedings of the legislative council meeting, published in another column. A large number of marriage licensee were issued by the county court ck-rk jester- A festival is being held nt 31G Main street for the btneBt of Canfield orphan asy lum. -The board of education is now paying teachers a portion of the salaries duo them for Noveiubiir. The Mieanerchor ball, which was to have taken i nlaoe to niifht, has been postponed till ItewYear g eve. K-is Krinkie, or Santa Clauu, was the nvt popular individual the civilized world over, this morning. The United States circuit court stands adjourned to the second Monday in January, the twelfth proximo. At one o'clock this morning sleet and ana enow prevailed. At half-past one o'clock this morning a thermometer registered twenty-four degrees above zero. The cock-fighting at Ccr.-ell's garden will csmmence at ten o'clock this morning, in a large, comfortable room. Cut few arrests were made by the police yestardr.y. The weather was to bad even lor criminals to do any work. Christmas diners to-day, remember your indigent neighbors and give them Christmas cheer in tome practical shape. The water-works critics on Attorney General Tumor's report say that the attorney general knows nothing about water. At many Main-Ftree, cro8inj!, yesler dT, sawdust was placed by proprietors of storni for the accommodation of pedestrians. No fire-crackers or other pyrotechnic dis plays will be permitted to-day or to-night, lies'', the order of the chief of police on the subject. The rain dr zz'.ed yesterday forenoon, but in the afternoon it stopped, the air became cold, and a snow-storm was among the prob abilities. Thousands of little stockings were bung op last night to await the coming of Santa Claus, (be fabled present-giving ihety of the httle folks. The Commonwealth distribution com panv continue to have tegular drawings, the next of which will occur on Wednesday, De cember 3Ut. Tue thanks of tuo Appeal staff are due to Mauacer UAlloway, of the Peabody hotel, tor an invitation to partake of his Christmus dinner to day. Tha Wekkly Appeal at ono dollar a year is one of the very best holiday presents that a Memphis merchant can send to hh country castomers. Beware of drinking too freely of intoxi cating beverages to-day. The good things of life huve been placed here lor our improve ment and not for 0 Jr destruction. At the Bethel, on the corner of Adams street and Charleston avenue, at noon to d ty, a Christmas celebration nod dinner will be given to the waifs or street ara'tj. Annual Christmas dinner of the Mem phis ll;;thelto-d4y at twelve o clook precisely, corner Adams street and Charleston avenue. Tho public is cordially invited to ba present. Christmas day (to day) the postoflice will clc.s at ten o'clock in the morning. Letter carriers will make one delivery and one col lection. All mails will close at teu o'clock in the morning. The Taxing- District legislative council has concluded to odvert'so for plans and specifications, and for bid for Ihe Memphis sewerage. The Waring plan will in all prob ability be adopted. Many A Memphis belle is now gravely contemplating her rapidly approaching wed ding day. The prospective groom is also contemplating it by taking an occasional drink at some bar. There are many kinds of Christmasis. One in satin sandals and with plenty of money for some; another, shod in iron aad with empty pockets, for those who make np the mnnv in this world of oura. The show-windows ot our retail stores and shops are elegant! decorated w.th Christmas attractions. Many of the show windows have been decorated by the bauds of ail artist in that line of business. -The retail stores of every description, and especially those wherein toys and Christ mai. presents were offered for sale, were crowded last night by people who wanted to make Christmas purchases for the little folks. At the Christmas matinee at the Thea ter todar. the Macauley combination wnl Presents ' Mt9 a?" It wul be repeated to night, and each night during the week as well as at the Saturday "wtmee. .... i -Ten arrests wore made by the police yes terday, up to twelve o'clock last night. The charge, were as foUows: Carrying conceal..d weapons, disorderly conduct, larceny, fight iotr. as!aolt and battery. Those arreted numbered two whites and seven colored. -Mr. John Oistou. whose restaurant is famous throughout the Union, has been over run oTring the winter with a throng of guesta. To-day his fare will embrace the best of the -arket, and will be easonable. and served with the taste and tact which are John i pe culiar gift. ... At Einan'a saloon, on the corner of Mon roe aad T &coiia streets, yesterday, a tail, r koirn as fdl'n Charley received a severe cut o the arm at the hand of on .Jiick Crear, slock trader. The ptuliea had a row, LiJ the result- was as above stated. The wouooVjinan bad his arm dressed, and the kaite-ewinger managed to escape arrest. Last me-bt the Aralanch company pre sented Mr. U. M. iUKui. the book-keeper of the company, with a handsome gold watch ad chaPn in Va'tial recognition ot hia faith ful servt in remaining at his post of duty dur e epidemic of the present year. 1 he couipLnt was well deserved and rtUcts credit both upon tha donors aud the worthy recipient: At o'clock tbia morning the tber- Hit LUC i""1" wt-ru wuuuy iiu oivffj, at tnjo o'clock the mud became stiff and froaen and was covered with uleet and Bnow. The sudden change of our climato at the clone ol the year cannot be accounted tot or anticipated. To-morrow Esquire Quigley will investi gate several C4a,g thllt orlK,natea yesterday. Among others, that of Launder oung, col ored, wUoaUndg charged with burglary and larceny at the residence of Mr. Simmons, on Shelby atreef, illBt sunliner. Also, Motes Christopbet attd yuerman, who are unCr arrent charged .with awindling. by means of confidence UuiBesSt Meander i'bilips, colored, put ot JfWO twenty dollars. yeatetty nrrmberof leading Cierman citizens, ""eluding Mess,. ,oun Scbeibler, John Linkugo,, j0pjmin Boss and John ltbicbnian, nm.d the law-omca of tjoloscl h. Dudley Krayatr. lujf through Mr. Keichinan, preaented uua ,,1 (.legant gold-beaded ebioy cae-M The cane Lom the lollowing in scripUont freaej to B. i udiey JrVttjspr by the German citijena of Memphis, for de fending the chaxaxvjr 0f Jiwa Vtag." The i- - . . . . . . . . . . . . .).. n H . I alAnnV lint r-aae referred to was the suit brought by Miss Voss- against O'Brien, her Beducer, and in which (he latter sought to blackfn her char acter, in addition to the great it jury he had already inflicted upon her. There is no mcra conspicuous evidence of rusticity than hesitation to stop and inspect sbow-windo -s. Where the fancy originated that such investig.ttion was country tied, and stamped the gazer as a rustic, it is difficult to decide. Any otsrver ot men ana women: will testify that city-bred people and persons who have traveled much, invariably inspect the show-window. It has become an institu tion, and is the fair band-maiden of retail trade. Next Monday night, at tha Theater, Miss Ada Cavendish will commence a week's engagement, appearing as "Beatrice," in Shakespeare's fine comedy Much Ado About Nothing. During the week she will appear in other well known dramatic roles that cannot fail to draw large audiences to the Theater. She is regarded as one of our beat actresses now on the American stage, and we predict that she will captivate the thea-ter-itoing people of Memphis. The following well selected dinner for Christmas time smay be indulged in by dys peptics as well as other people, provided th-y have the means of securing the same, soften up in good style: "Celery soap. B iled cod, with oyster sauce. Roa.t tuikey, with cranberries, mashed- potntoe, boiled onions, epinach mashed through a colander and having a scup stock sauce fl ivored with a bit ot mace. Boiled Biusage, with bits of hot corn bread. Baked macaroni, with grated cheeso. Pium pudding. Mince pie. Hot buttered rum. Nightmare." The new council chamber of the city government has been established in the office beret More occupied by the dibtrict engineer, the latter bs.ving removed into the room im mediately north. The new council chamber has beeo arranged with taste and with a view to convenience by Assistant-Engineer A. .J Mcrray. The president's Beat is on a raised platform, and the members of tho council have desks around in a semi-circle. The re porters' table is in the center of the semi circle of detks. The secretary's desk is on the left of the president. The muddy and sloppy streets were a nuisance yesterday. A sea of diluted mud was seen as far ns the eye could reach. Dray and wagon mules Bplsshed mud all over pedestrians at crossings. Everybody was muddy. Men with pants tucked up plowed through the mud, children bopped through it. and women held up their bedraggled skirts and bravely waded through it, regardless of constquences, present or prospective. Yes terday was a nuisance from a weather point of view. Above, dark, muiky clouds were seen; below, nothing hat mud could be de tected. It was a Christmas eve long to be remembered. A pleasant uff lir came off injthe whole sale rooms of B. Lowenstein & Bros, last evening, when Mr. I. D. Marks, the superin tendent, was presented by the employee in that department with a handsome testimonial of their esteem for him, inspired by long and closely iutimate association. The presenta tion speech was made by Mr. Isaac Mendel son, in which he happily expressed the good feeling and high esteem in which Mr. Marks was held by his associates. Mr. Marks'! re ply was brief, but pointed in reciprocal ex pression, and was creditable to him under the momentary embarrassment of such an unexpected but pleasaut surprue. The testi monial m a heavy ebony walking-cane, mounted With a massive and richly-carved gold Lead, on which is inscribed the follow ing: "Presented to I. D. Marks by bis Friends in tb wholesale department of B. IjOwensteia & Bros." Tue cane i from that sterling jewelry establishment of W. C. Byrd & Co., ho evidence of its substantial beauty ucd value. The following Christmas presents, in the shape of marriage license, were issued by the ounty court cletk yes'erday: Co'ored! Calvin D.aperand Miss Charity Wells, Nel son Allen and Mis Sarah Wilson, Ed. Davis and Mrs. M. Mitchell, Aleck Collins and Miss Dora Hicks, Aleck Walker and Miss Martha Venabl', Fred. Wright and Mis M. Taylor, Harry Johnson and) Miss Kids Blades, Wm. Davis and Mi I!-itie Townsend, John Herring and M m Fannie Green, Robert Green and Miss Silvia Cody, Wm. c-pratland and Miss Cau'iie Howard, Doc Neal and MUs Nannie Meriwether, John H. Hart and Miss Patsy B. Frxetnan. Frank Woods and Miss Adulaine Jackson, Robert E. Nicholson and Mi.-H Minerva Markham. Whites Thomna Pratt aud Miss L:zzie Scruggs, Ed ward 14 lion and Mrs. Nettie E. M 'Hardy, W. J. Saint and Miss r Williams, James W. Cherry and Miss Sal!i9 A. Patton, Ber j. L. Feltz and Miss I'.dna E. Green, Walter 0. Chfdister and Mis Nellie W. D;-uew, A. B. Slr.ckland and Miss L zzie L. Sory. PEUJSUSALS. Da. II. W. TLRNELtig still in the city. It was his nephew who left aoms weeks ago. Mres Ella Haijjtead left for Little Rosk by Tuesday's train, to epet,d the holidays with her sister and lamily. Captaiit Ukorgk H. Mitchell, of the postolhce corps, has been made happy by the arrival of his wife and family. Mr. A. E. WALEiBY, a former attache of the Evtni(tf Herald ol this city, is here repre senting the Chvhtian Observer, of Louisville, Kentucky. W. B. Robsox, of B. Lowenstem Ji Bros., returned hoot a short trip down the coast yesterday. , His firm will be glad to see you Christmas. Mb. B. II. Fj.uke, postal agent of the Memphis and Friars Point river route, has been transferred to the Memphis and Vicks burg river route. The Peabody dinner biliof fare for to-day, printed by.Tracy & Co., is highly commended as the meat beautif ul and appropriate ever before used in the city. Mil. W. F. IIahdin left Memphis a few days ago for Nashville, He will remain in that city a short time, and then go to Flori da, where he will spend the winter. Mil. John. F. IIakt, formerly a compost tor on the Appbal and other paoers of this city, but at present assiciate-editor of the Cincinnati Merchant a,nd Manufacturer, is in tue city on a oriei ousinesa visic. Major R. M. Thompson, of Purdy. left last night tor Washington. The ronj ,r has proven himself a number one claim agent, and has won the confidence of his many fiicnds in Tennessee. Many claims will be barred if not hied by January 1, lt&Q. AHL'SEHENTS. tiCabrle' Theater. Last night the play entitled A Mes- arnyer from Jamais Section, by Mr. B. Ma caulpy and c?mpmy, was well preeented at the Theater. The play is a comedy of the American type and is full of good poicts, something of qinint Yankeo humor, good situations end reali-itic action. Mr. Macauley as "Undo D tniei" the "deputy sheriff " was a!l that could be wished for. In the role which he has made a specialty he is to be commended for performing the part in a manner that always pleases audiences. The support rendered by the company is Quite good, especially in the stiong parts, hep pier." "Skimmy Smith," "Nancy Bartlett" and (Jltp, the latter rofe being most nat urally presented by Mince MadJern. The play is aunmtig and do-s not tail to create unbounded applause. At the matinee to-day it win be presenter and again to-night. SHasj CavenrUxh n "Ke&trlra" In Hew Orleaos. New Orleans Times: "The rendition last evening ut tue trand operahouse of Shak- speare'a Much Ado Abmt Nothing, developed to the intelligent auditor a phase ot artis-ic interprctr.tiou, which, if not wholly unique. ii 8 very rarj as to be witnessed but a lew times in tho average bfe. Special reference is made to the 'Beatrice' of Miss Ada Cav endish, but more particularly to a personal magnetism in that lady, whicb temporarily diverts attention from appearances to her tone, manner and ctriiage, wbi:h are much more absorbing. To, "f pomible, convey the idea more c.eAily, at her brt appearance. one is far too much impressed with what 'Beatrice has to say and her met hod jot say ing it, to form in the irs jint a lucid concep tion ot what manner of woman 'Beatrice is, whether sho be a beauty or the reverse, if she be attired with taste or otherwise; m short, an interval elapses before the auditor fully perceives those characteristics wlych ordinarily are simultaneous with recognition. A presence appears upon the stage, one heats a ripple ot clearly entoned words, as 'Bene dick' ssys, 'every word a poinard, and every poinard a stab,' and the presence disappears before the auditor has time to fully realize the fact that the speaker is a comely dame, exquisitely attired, whose sparkling wit pos sesses greater fascination than the allure ment designed by cunning nature. The 'Beatrice' of last evening is brim-full of a vivacity which is simpiy electrical, and ber temporary absence from the scene left it in a ctrtain sense a blank. It is not in tho least irapliod that the rendition was uneven. . The 'Ikmedick of Mr. W. S. I'iercy is much the most sprightly and intelligent that has been seea here in many years, and his perfect com rrehension of the whimsicalities and tha pro found phi'o ophy of tho role is not for an instaot to be misunderstood. Upon the first occasion for an age, one of Shake speare a plays has been produced with some attention to details. The dramatis persona) ot the comedy wero costumed not only apprcptiataly, but with elegance, and strongly maintained the illusion that they nusht bo ladies and gentlemen, not wholly unfamiliar with the usages of polite society, and, so to speak, to the manner born. ' An other rare innovation waa the important fact that the dainty diction ot the daintiest of writers was neither garbled nor 'mouthed.' The play, so to speak, played itself easily and natarally up to toe culminating scenes. 'Benedick's ' philosophic meditations, and his us.. nil 11 rii 1 1 1-1 r ii Immnrr 1 1 1 were a decidedly fcrtutic feature of the en tertainment, and 1 the shrewd methods by which thoa nimble wits were hoodwinked into an exhibition of the tender passion, was not least among its attractive episodes; but when the culmination was reached, when in the fourth act 'Ueatrico,' in vindication ot her maligned cousin, asserted ber womanhood, there waa an exhibition of real power which created in the auditor a feeling akin to awe. Woman thoroughly aroused, as every man 01 experience is tuny aware, is by no means an idle exhibition. When the coquettish beauty ceased tempo rarily ber playful bandinage, and stung to the quick by the grossness of the injustice, burst forth la a torrent of withering sarcasm, the fury of ber wrath is an episode to be re membered to one's dying day. One thing is very certain, that in this scene there has never been such a 'Beatrice' in this city be fore, and it will be many a year ere there is such another. The audience, completely thunderstruck by ti.C npddeuness and irre sistible force of this tempestuous outburst, waa wild in its applause, and the 'Beatrice and Jicnodick' of the evening wue loudly called before the curtain. Jit Vrould be diffi cult in a single article and at the present late hour to speak fully of the merits of Miss Cavendish as an artiste or to carefully review the minor details ot the play of last evening. In some of the interpretations, notably the 'Claudio, there waa some evidence of weak ness, but the play, as a whole, was fairly rendered, and 'Dogberry was particularly funny. In the single scene alluded to. Mis Cavendish has. conclusively demonstrated that in the more Berious characters Bhe is an eminent artiste, and that her interpretation of 'Mercy Merrick,' in which she appears this evening, will be simply immense." LAW REPORTS. Clrealt Court How. James O. Pierce, J Base. The court has adjourned until Saturday next. The calendar for that day is as follows: 5616, Clajbrook vs Winchester; 6980, Ma lone, administrator, vs Walt. Monday December 29th: 5987, Moore vs Moore; 6049, Barrow vs Manning; 6052, Caro vs Smith; 6064, Haynes & Co. vs Em merich; 6114. Busby & Co. vs Stratton & Co. Tuesday, December 30th: 6070. Cuid, ass-gnee, vs Callahan; 6100, Gilbert & Brega vs Cook. Wednesday, Dacemb.'r 31st: 6031, Yar nall Bros, vs Collins; 6110, Rowlett V3 Ropei ; 6119, Ousterhaus vs Cannile; 6128, Epperson & Bro. vs Arbuckle & Tucker. Friday, January 2, 1880: 5886, Maillard, trustee, vs Castigeno; 5976, Cabbins, trustee, vs Ayres et al. Saturday, January 3d: The motion docket will be called. The calendar for January 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th and 9tb, embracing all the remaining cases on the now jury docket, can be seen on the bulletin board in the court-room. LETTERS FltOH THE PEOPLE. Tby Is This Thnwf Cast Anybody Telif Dbar Old Appeai, A happy Christmas to you. Nearly forty. years ago my father and I lived near Oakland, Mitsissippi. We hauled our cotton to MemphiB on a wagon, and the last command before starting was "bring the Appeal." I lived in and around Memphis for twenty-five years, end I love Memphis and her noble people. But I have one thing against her. All our eggs, chick ens, butter, wheat, spare-ribs and backbones are shipped to Shelby county and Memphis, and we have none left at home for Christmas. Our merchants sell everything to eat at Mem phis, and buy their goods at other places. Why is this? Why can our merchant buy sugar, coffee, molasses, etc., cheaper at Nash ville than Memphis? God b!es Memnhis. JOHN BROWN. Bethkl Collcgc, M'Kanzig, Tk.nn., December 24. 187H. A. Ueatleman Tramp Heard From. Editors Appeal The housoless wan derers," as you call them, have feelings like yourself, and are hard-laboring men, but through dearth of hope and continued mis ery we have been crushed and stricken down. And how can it be otherwise when a man has pot to beg for liberty to labor and be re fused? Mo-e than once I have beea called a tramp, and I think, tco, by some who are my inferior in all'that constitutes a gentleman. TRAMP. THE CIIUKCHUS TO-DAV. Religious Services In Celebration of the Birth of the Mavlor or the Christian World Interesting; Mrrvlees at Calvary (Epis copal) Chmrcb, and Other Christian Churches. CALVARY CHURCH. The music at Calvary church at morning service to-day will be especially attractive. Mr. Emit Levy, the organist, one of the most skillful, carelul and conscientious musicians we nave ever bad in Memphis, has prepared a programme that is in perfect keeping with the spirit and purpose of the church's greatest festival, roe caoir, which is com posed of Miss Jenny Jones, soprano; Miss L'zzie M'Clelland, contralto: Mr. W. A. Gage, tenor, and Mr. Jas. Kirkland, baso and conductor, is well drilled. ar,tl always does its work well. The following is the programme: Introlt "Lord at Thy Throne". . Costa Tenlte B. (jUdstons Gloria In Excslsls... Millard tilorla Mozart tiloila, Cherublnl Te Deuin Laudamus Hummel Jubilate Deo Baroby Psalm..., Handel llrrun , Mozart Offertory yuartette ,, balvinl GRACE CHURCH. At the above Episcopal church the usual services will be celebrated tc-day. the church has been elegantly decorated by the ladies. VIR8T SIETHODIST CHUBCH. Services at the First Methodist church, Second street, rear Poplar, at eleven 0 clock, by the pastor, lit v. It. H. Mabon. THE CATHOLIC CHURCHES. At the different Catholic churches the ser vices to day will be of the ch tracter usual in Christmas times. At St. ret?r s, St. Brtdg et's, St. Patrick's and St. Joseph's, services will be hetd at the usual hours. THE REMAINDER OF JOIINSTOX'S TOYS will be closed out at auction tb:s morning REGARDLESS OF C03T OR VALUE. Now is the time to buy TOYS at TWENTY-FIVE CENTS ON THE DOL LAR! 293 31 AIM STICK RT. The superiority of cotton-seed oil soaps over grease from animals that died from dis ease, and from putrid matter, is now gen erally known. Ojt wholesale merchants are receiving large orders for Lifting's Memphis soaps. Notice. Our card inyesterduy's issue was some what prc-mature, and we wish to notify our fripnds and the public that MR. ABE HESS has been re-engaged for the coming year, and will continue to collect and transact business for the firm as heretofore. O. BAUM 4 CO. I'eabody Christmas Dinner. The menu of the Peabody hotel Christmas day dinner is gotten uo in artistic style. To day Manager Galloway extends CLiritmas cheer to his friends. A magnificent dinner. fit for the gourmands, of either ancient or modern times, will be spread tor ail quests, The menu card contains the following rieiica cies: Oysters Haw, Bisque Rouale, IScianet Trvffee, Filet tf Flounder Breaded, Puree of Fotatoei, Boiled Leg nf Mutton, Caper sauce; lxirkey. Vhixtnut Vressing; Cran berry Jellu, . French Peas: Roast Beef. Stewed Mushrooms; Bottchee of Brains with Pistachio, lender loin ot y eat. Periqueux : Pwch a la Romain, Broiled Quail, Fancy b red Potatoes, Chicken Salad, V eal Patlie, Boned lurkey. Celery. Lettuce, Pastry, Confectioner u. Fruits. Ice Cream. Cvfl're. The menu card is of the illuminated or il lustrated style of printer's work, which will add zest to the appetites of the -Peabody guests. Manager C. B Galloway knows how to get np a dinner, and to-day s etfort will but add additional laurels to his already secured reputation as a scientific caterer to the sense of taste. Those of our citizens who cannot dine at home to-day will find the reabody dinner everything to be desired. Setter? Times. The business revival and new era of prosperity which has commenced are in keeping with the increased health and hap piness all over the land resulting from the iotroductiou of Warner's safe kidney and liver cure. "The changes wrought by this remedy," says Rev. Dr. Harvey, "sem but little less than miraculous." 25c 50c . 75c SI Appropriate ti 25 and useful 1 50 Christmas 12 presents. $3 Silk dresses. $ 4 Cashmere dresses. $b Lice goods. 3 up. New and beautiful cloaks. Light jackets. Light circulars. 3, 9, 10, . $12, $15. Dolmans just opened. Lynn Haven Bay Adiell Ottturs r. eelved dally per express at Henry l.netirmanw'H. Call ft nil try them. Xotice- Mr. Abe Hess, be.incr no loneer in enr em- filoy, this is to notify our friends an i the pub is that be is no more authorized to transact auy business or collect any moneys for the firm. o. kacm co. Peoplk with thin beads of hair should use Hall's vegetable Sicilian hair reiiewer to make their hair grow out thick. Freh Oyster and Celery Ueeelved Bally, by Express. ' - VICTOtt J. aVLCHS, . Has. Stt aad 41 Je.Verson fcttreet. ' " . ' " ! ' - "'iJ f Kirkland's silk handkerchiefs. Kirkland 's silk umbrellas. Kirkland's silk ties. Kirktand'a silk pulse-warmers. Kirkland'. good luck ahirt. Kirkland's good night shirts. Kirkland's walking canes. Kirkland's Trefouse kid. Kirkland's wedding outfits. Kirkland's dog-skin cloves. For Christmas presents, including a guess ut the horse-shoe nearest gets f 50; second, a gold watch; third, a gold-headed cane. Photographs, per dozen, at; the Cottage fbiallery, Beale atreet. 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 beet liquors will be offered to the public French Steam ltyo-Works. Ladies' and gentlemen's roods d-ed and cleaned at Louis Iteigel'g, 6 Jellersou street. ' CIT AFFA1K. Legislative Cowncll Ileetlmar Cava an a nlratlow. rrosn ajoleacl Wariaar oat Mewerasre Bida for aewerage s?Iaas Ordered Published JBeaolutloaa Adopted Repairing Mala Street. Yesterday afternoon at the courthouse the legislative council of the Taxing-District, held a called meeting. There were present President D. T. Porter, John Overton, jr., M. Burke, C. W. Goyer, I. M. Goodbar, W. N. Brown and R. Galloway. Tha minutes of the previous meeting were read and ap proved. THE WARrNO SEWERAGE. The following communication was read and the subject matter therein contained dis cussed freely: Mew Yobs,. December 10, 1879. Dr. K. W. Mitchell: Ht Dear Dr. Mitchsxl I suppose that Dr. Portc-r Is at Nashville, so to make sure that some one In authority gets my message 1 address It to you, and 1 beg that you will transmit It to the proper per son. Dr. Billings writes me that I will probably bs sent for about the end of the month. 1 am not waiting lo be sent for, but am, so far as It does not enuul material expense, getting ready for Imme diate work. On one point there should not be a moment's delay while we can probably buy In the market all the sewer pipe needed for a beginning, there Is one piece of earthenware that must be steclally made for the work. This is the connection piece, by which house drains are connect-d with the sewtrr. The piece commonly used will not answer forourwoik. I have given orders to my manufac turer to be ready to ship a canoad of them as soon as be can get them made, an.l to begin making them the moment he gets the order. He will have every thing ready, and will begin making on receipt of the following telegram: "C. W. Boynton, Woodbridge, New Jersey: Manu facture immediately one carload connection pieces as Waring Instructed." Please let this be sent with the proper signature, and as soon as It Is certain that the sewering Is to be done. We must stop work May 1st, they say, aud wesh-ill need everyday of our time before then. I shall be glad to have information by telegram to Newport, Kbode Ieland, as soon as It Is certain that I shall be wanted, and to have an order to engage engineers, etc Very truly yours. GBORGB E. WARING. ADVERTISEMENT FOR SEWERAGE BIDS. Mr. Overton offered the following resolu tion, which was adopted, and, on motion of Mr. Brown, a copy of the same was ordered to be sent to Mr. Waring: Semtitd, That an advertisement be made for the engineers to submit plans and specifications tor a system of sewerage for the Taxing-District, said plans to be submitted before the fifteenth ol Janu ary next INVITED TO MEMPHIS. Mr. Burke offered the following resolution, which was adopted by a vote of five to oue, Mr. Brown voting no: Rfmlivd, ThatHhe president be and Is hereby authorized to telegraph Colonel George K. Waring to come to Memphis, and bring the plans and speci fications developed by him for the sewerage ot tbs city, the Taxing-District guaranteeing traveling ex penses. ADVEHTI6ING FOR BIDS. ' Mr. Galloway offered a resolution that the president ba inhtructcd to advertise for plans and specifications for sewerage iu the papers of three other cities. The resolution was adopted. UNSANITARY BUILDINGS. The report of the board of health as to un sanitary buildings was relcrred back to the health board tor a more thorough report as to serving legal notice on owners of such buildings. REPAIRING MAIN STREET. Mr. Burke offered the following resolution, which was adopted: hexolivtt. That the engineer be, and he Is hereby Instructed to repair the pavement on the west side Af Uuln tv., .ill,.,.. . . , I, knlaa .1 . t . rock, provided said repairs shall not exceed one nunarea dollars lor labor and material. , RATES FOR WATER SUPPLY. Mr. Overton offered the following resolu tion which was edopfed: Rtxolued, That the Taxing-District engineer be. Y ana ne is nereoy instructed to correspond wun the I Drooer authorities of at least twelve cities to ascer tain the rates paid for water for use ot Inhabitants of said cities. JEFFER30N STREET RAILROAD. Mr Galloway stated that the street railroad company bad failed to take up the track on Jefferscn street, the track having been de clared a nuisance. The matter was referred. PRINTING BIDS. The old contract for printirg with the Memobis Herald, now defunct, was declared annulled. Public ledger Bid All ordinances, orders and notices ot the various departments for twelve months from date of contract for fifty cents per square of eight lines for tha first in sertion and twenty five cents per f-qnare for each additional insertion. Mimphis Appeal Bid. For local notices. eight cents per line for each insertion; for advertisements (ordinances, proposals for bids, health orders, etc.) five cents per line lor each loseru.'-n. The bids were laid over to tie decided upon in the usual course of time, us prescribed by ordinauce. OTHER BUSINESS. Several other matters were dhcussed but not acted upon. ADJOURNMENT. Oa motion, the council adjourned subject to the call or the president. The IMaraond linking Powder is made only from the beat materials, and is euarantced to be absolutely pure and healthful. Every can warranted. USEFUL HOLIDAY GOODS! A large aesortmen of Bronza Limps ( Latent Patterns), Coal Vases, Toilet Stands and Sts, Fancy Toags and Shovels, Table Cutlpry. Toy Stoves and Sots. II. WJKTTJ3U & CO. Pritleof the Wtst Beer Faucet retains the gtrrngth, puri ty and freshness to the lust drop. Fritz l'femrert St Co., Mole Acenls Fresh Oyaters. Fretb oysters, game, fish, celery and drewd turkeys, at J. A. Signisgo'd, 278 and 2au second street. Vents' boot?, setters and slippers cheap at Adler Jt Bro.'s.OO Beale street Wliioli is the Cheapest, A package of Dake's Durham, containing ticenty pipe-fulls ot the best smoking tobacco made, or one common cigar? Etch costs fi cents. ISill of Fare! CHRISTMAS DINNER! Be sure to call, before buying elsewhere, AT SIGNIAGO'S Oyster, Fisli, Game and roultry ETarket! 278 and 280 Second street. Fine fultuikeys, 153 per pound. Red snapper, 10j per pound. Oysters best and cueapest in the city. Celery, arid small game equally cheap, HmoUe Wrlshfs Orange Darham, TnAT exiellent remedy, CouKst-ns's noney of lar, which has so rapidly gainrd in popular esteem, is a pure and simple compound adapted to oil ages and constitutions, and tue best medicine m the world lor coughs, colds, tmd all diseases of tho throat and I tin S3. Price fifty cents a bottle. G. W, Jones & Co., and Wilkerson & Co., whole sale agents, Memphis. Htjlish and cheap boots nnd shoes. John Condon's, 333 Main, near t'ulon Mrg. WInslow's Soothing Syrup. Rev. Sylvanus Cobb thu3 writes in the Bos ton Chrhtian Freeman: "We would by no means recommend any kind of medicine which we did not know to be good particu larly lor infants. But of Mrs. Winslow s soothing pyrup we can speak frOm knowledge; in our own family it has proved a blessing in deed, by giving an infant troubled with colic pains, quiet bleep, and its parents unbroken rest at night. Most parents can appreciate these bless;E2S. Here is an article which works to perfection, and which is harmless; for the sleep which it affords the intact is perfectly natural, and the littlecherub awakes as 'bright as a button.' And during the pro cess of teething its value is incalculable. We have frequency beard mothers say they would not be without it from the birth of the child till it had fi-iiihed with the teething siege oa any consideration whatever." Sold by all druggists. 2o cents a bottle. Don-'t Hub off the Enamel Of the teeth with gritty preparations. The teth are too valuable to be trilled with. When gone, you must have false ones or "gum" yojrfelt thr ugh life. Use sczodont, which contains no urit. It cleanses the mouth and vitalizes luesecrelions. Auli jonr erorer for the IHamnnd Istde bent, always, full welicht. Try it. Smokers' Christmas tJcod. All K'pa ff iTlParphilnrvi nirdtl mAAyendrinm . j - " r t-" J ocuauuj cigar and cigarette holders, ordered specially for the holidays. There is to nicer present Xhau a box oi "Uar Daddies. or the caIa- bratej Capaduras. II. Ech. 217 Main and C)-n o .... , i. Old picture copied and enlarged at the Cottage Ualicrr, Beale street. Converse. 13 Monroe sirL has the first Imperial billard tables ever brought sooth. , Vor fluewt flavor, smske TTrlAt'.Op. ounce Puau.. it excel, alt. Invalids requinne a stimulant made from pure grain and free f rom fusil-oil should pur chase Green Brier. Omi home manufacturers are all lmv. Latting's soaps are bavins a treat tun since the fever. Their quality is superior to all others. The Oyster-Kin? on Hand Again. With down goes the price. For the benefit of Catholicfl. Jews and Gontilns nn W firing. big fat oyBters only 2.rc per can, at r.oiuu,ij o, iso aiam street Klegant and cheap boots and shoes. John Condon's, 333 Stain, near Union. SUiver Watches from ns to S40. LAdlea' fciold Mets from to sto. J. K1CK. 57 Beale street. Fruit Cakes Made nt Floyd's are enuul. if not lWtpr. than any home-made. We use tho best but ter, tho host fruit, and no currants. Baked even and nicely. Ladies wanting cake or dessert of a -j" description leave orders pnriu at Floyd's. LEUBBIB BKOS. NEW DRY GOODS PALACE. 259 and 261 Main street The Choicest Stock of Dry Goods, Faria Millinery, Cloaks and Dolmans, and Salts, Shawls, Shoes, Carpets. FANCY GOODS! TOYS! TOYS I HOLIDAY PRESENTS. Largest stock of Toys In the City. Jewelry and Plated Ware a Specialtjt LEUBRIE BROS. The Diamond baking powder is put np in six sizes of can., and can be found with tie grocers generally of Memphis, the wholesa'e irrocer8 of Cincinnati, or at the factory, No. 237 Second street. To make dellclons biscuits, pastry, etc., use only the Diamond Baking lowder. for sale by all grocers. Hrnske Wright's Orange Dnrham, Storage. Cotton, merchandise, produce and machin ery Btored at low rates, 234 Front street. 23c per Pound. Genuine mixed candies, no "adulterated corner grocery"' mixed candy, but genuine and pure, for 23c per pound, at Staffer's, 220 Main. CHEAP CASH Boot and shoe Store. No. 245 Main street, Harder's old stand. We are determined to sell good goods at the lowest price. Examine our stock and be convinced. No. 245 Main street. New and cheap boots and shoes. John CondonV, 333 Main, near Union. ISirds and Fancy sjirasses. Fancy grasses, lovely hanging baskets, gold fish and aquariums, BIRDS AND CAGES, SHELLS AND VASES, At the Memphis Bird Store, 211 Main Street. Horseshoeing and Carriage Repairing Done in the best 6ty!e and for the lowest cash price at J. G. Muller's, S3 Jefferson street, opposite Leubrie's theater. Floyd's Kestaurant Has the reputation of being very good. Our dinners are extra nice. Business men will find it very convenient to get their meals at Floyd's. Shell oysters eooked by steam at John Htnrla'a, corner Mln and Union. What Present will Please Papa ? What present will please my son? What present will please any iellow ? Think well before you buy. Not trinkets that catch the eye, will please such folks I say. But you will certainly never miss if jou choose a neat, stylish hat which, at Cohen's, 219 Main, you can purchase at the lowest price. Pure Apple Cider and Vinegar For sale by D. F. Goodyear. THE REMAINDER OF JOHNSTON'S TOYS will bs closed out at auction this morning REGARDLESS OF COST OR VALUE. Now is the time to buy TOYS at TWENTY-FIVE CENTS ON THE DOL LAR! 293 SSAIN STREKT. The Wonderful Plaster. The Hes to which india-rubber c-in be ap plied seem to lie without limit. The article, however, has never served a more practicaior useful purpose than when added to the 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 sex, 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 the 8hou!der-t lades. It is the one and only treat ment which should be applied to children afflicted with whooping cough, ordinary coughs cr cold?, croup in its early Binges or any lung or chest difficulty. It is also spe cially recommended for aimcea3 and weak ness of the back, rheumatism, sciatica, lum bago, kidr ey disease, sprains nnd all local F.ches 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 relievo. Sold by all drua-gibts. Price, twenty-five cents. Steamed oysters at John BtarlaV, cor ner main and 1 To ton. Floyd's Candies. Those who have not boueht their Christmas candi3 please call early nnd avoid the ruth. Bnoke Wright's Orange Durham. NOTICE. )0LICE HEADQUARTERS. MKJiPHia. Tksn.. Lecember 22, 1879. f Owing to the large amount of cotton now on storage, and on the streets of our city, the use of Fireworks, of any kind during Christmas Holidays, will be prohibited. The police force will see that this order is strictly enforced. P. R. ATHT. Chief Police CHICKASAW INNING G Ncs. 81 to 87 Madiscn St., MEMPHIS TENNESSEE ARE now prepare! to trln all cotton consigned to them. With the latest and most lmpioved machinery, comprising F eeders, Cleaners, Hullers, Condensers, etc Will guarantee both sample ana turn out. Prices as low as any first-class gins In the city. No charge for drayage to the gins or delivery to the sheds. All cotton Insured free while In our care. Sacks furnished to customers free of charge on ap plication. Ulve us a triaL M. W. HEABDSLEY, SnpH. Proposals. SEALKD PR0FO3AL9 will be received until TUESDAY, December 23d, Ht 3 p.m., for the following work for the Memphis Public Schools: 1. Emptying and disinfecting all their privy vaults. 2. Filling same with dry earth. 3. Changing present bullalngs so as to conform to Taxing-district ordinance In regard to earth-closets, and constructing suoh earta-closets, with all paraphernalia. 4. Removing depvtu weekly, or oftener. If re 0 ulred. and furnishing dry earth for use In such cloiets. K. Emptying and reoalrlne cisterns at Peabody and Court street schools. All tnilx rnut be tmiratr. and must be filed at the shove time and date, at theoaice nt the Board of Education. M. B. TRFZeVANT, . JOHN RANDLE, IAME3 RALSTON, Building Committee. ARE YOU INSURED? C.K.WELLFOBl)&o General Insurance Agents, So, 5 Madison street, Hempliis FIRST-CLASS COMPANIES REPRESENT ED Losses promptly settled, fcilnhouoea aud Country flare, specialties OCR stock of Boots and Shoes this mason Is unu sually large and well selected. We assure our patrons that they will get better suited at our ostab Ilsbinent and save from 15 to 2a rer eenL besides. Coma and see for yourselves, mail Orders promptly attended to and mttlsfitetl m sjnnranteed Send for oar rdr-stpi. We are also- dole Agents for chUdrens' "A.kl. Stapporirn,n an Inval uable Invention for weak ankles. ZELLSEK &. CO- 28s Main St. UNION STOCK YARD, JIOH'AKU & CO., Frop'rs, Live Stock Commission Merch'ts OmCE ASD YABD Opposite Louisville and Nashville Ball- rasa vepot. CONSIGNMENTS and correspondence solicited. Special attention given lo the sale of Cuttle, Sheep and Hogs. Dividend Notice. OrTICE HOME INSURANCE COMPANY, 1 MkMi-Hia, December 16, 1879. 1 rAt a regular meeting of the Board of Director! of this Company, of this date, a dividend of FIVE I'KU CEST. was declared upon the capital stock, and ordered to bo credited upon the stock notes. R. V. BOLUNU, Secretary. vM Mir fWtfl CORNER iv'i& ' V Madison, East India Pile Cure. The only specific for all forms of Piles. In use in foreign conn tries for years, lately intro duced into America. Warrant ed to give instant relief and a permanent cure guaranteed. Sold by all druggists or mailed free on receipt of price, 50 cents, bTthe American agents, Richardson & Co., Wholesale Druggists, Saint Louis, Mo. ZARA'S BILIOUS PILLS, guaranteed to give immediate relief in all cases of Bilious and Liver Complaints, Cos tireness, Sick Headache, In digestion, and cleansing the system of all impurities. Price 25 cents. All druggists sell them. IN USE FORTY TEARS. Dr. Storm's CELEBRATED SCOTCH ugh Candy A Safe and Pleasant Remedy for COUGHS, COLDS, ASTHMA, HOARSENESS and Strengthen ing the Lungs. SOLD EVERYWHERE. Price only 10 Cents. a I 3 THE BEST IS THE WORLD! Uneqdaled for Make, Style and Quality. A fresh stock, at the old I.o vr Price. MAY, THE SHIRT TAILOR, 237 MAIN ST. STEAJlJ10A.lt. Notice to Shippers. LOUISVILLE AN D NASHV1LLK K.K. CO., t ilKMi'Hid, December 25, 1879 I tSr-Tu!s company will not receive any freight for shipment to-daj, December 25th, but will be open during the day for df livery. JOHN BURNS. Agent. Kotice toj&hippersa Tlie city warehouses ot the Memphis and Charleston Railroad Company will not ba opened fur transaction ot business TO-DAY. December 25. 1879. A. D. ALLEff, Afrer.t. Special Notice to Shippers. Ukmpbis, Tk.nn., November 29, 1879. iVAfter this date, the boats ol the Memphis and Pine Bluff Mall Line will foslllrely not receive any freight lor Arkansas river on Tuesday and Saturday after 5 O'clock p.m. JOHN N. Hi RBIN. Sup't. FOR NEW ORLEANS. Memphis and New Orleans rorUrt Co. For V icksL'urg, Natchez, New C ileal sand the Bends. lames Howard, James O'Neal master, i Will le ve the Anchor Line wbarfboat THIS Dy, Des. I'olli, at 6 p m. ror freight or pa-wage apply to AD. STOkU. up't. Anchor line wbaitbont. or .1. l . ahi. i ij.-n. AKnt. Lee wimnDoni. FOR CAIKO. Anchor Ua. tor i'alro and all Way juanii&ct sicamer Crane miftcr. Will leave in Anchor Line wharrboat FRIDAY, Deo 2rith, at 5 p.m. For Ireicnt or passive up- pijio au. siukm. pup i. on niiam-oit. FOR VIOKSBDRG. r Ijoals asd Vick'.-jnra- Packet t o. Anchor Llne-lnlitd atalesj Mail. ojoi'j ratio, jg-T5i sam a rneeters master. Will lenve the Anchor Line wharrooat KE1DAY Dec. 2rKh, at 10 a.m. Fur trelqtlt or iiassae Hopiy to a 1.1 . 1 1 in 11 , nun t. on wnatiDOHt, FOR HATCUIE RIVER. The Memphis Jt Marchre Itlver Trans portation Company Hteamer J. Poitervant, John feirtng master. Will arrive to-day. and leave as above on M0NDY. December 2'.uh. tor Covington. Hinlng Station, Rlp- ley. iiurnainvuie, nrcwnsvine. fcatinaiiia, bteani mlll Ferry, Denmark, Whltesville, Muulh ot Clover and Bolivar. Fonrelgbt or passage apply on board or to v. si. viNs-JM, Agent. FOR LOUISVILLE AND CINCINNATI. Memphis & Ohio lliver Packet Co. OLD RELIABLE LO VIS VILE f CIXCIXXATZ. The elegant passenger steamer JAS . VF . O AT JP, Robert W . W 1 se . master. Will leave SATURDAY, Dec. 27th. at 5 p.m. For information apply to R. W. LIGHTBUHXE. General Freight ana Ticket A :ent, No. 7 Monroe St.. opp. Peabody Hotel. S'T. VFRGIK I.ttK !:r.ti Wednevday. Dec. Hist. FOR ARKANSAS RIVER. Memphis and Pine Bluff U. S. Mall Line. For Pine Blnrr. Little Rock, anil through to Fort Smith Str. Matie Hooper, Ed. Nowland master J. N. Thomson.. ..clerk Leaves an above SATURDAY, Dec. 27th, ut 5 p.m. For Height or passage apply to JOHN N. HARBIN, Sup't, ?P!U Front t. EFOR COMMERCE AND THE BENDS. ncnr-uis ASU COJHIIKKCK. PLAyTERS AXD BUNDS DAILY 1'AL'KET. The elegant and new passenger steamer Shields, -jrffir Wm. Asurord master Ed. W. Crowell clerk LEAVES MflMPHIS DAILY. AT 5 P.M., for Commerce and the bends. For freight or passnge pplyon bord.' ARKANSAS CITY and PINE BLUFF R R. ArlansTrl-werkly I'. M. Mall l.lnej r or Greenville, Arkausa City, Pine Blufl Railroad and all way landings The elegant steamers Ouachita ittelle, Mark R. Cheek.. .master I A. L. Cum ruins... clerk Coahoma, E. O. Banks master Wm. Smither cierk Leaven as aDove every MONDAY. THURSDAY and BAT1IKHAY. at f p.m. Oftl-. No. H Madison rt. FOR WHITE RIVER. Memphis & White Kiver Packet. Besralar Independent Memphis and Whit River Packet For Augusta, Jackson port Searcy, and way points. The regular independent Packet CASH, Ed. C. Poslal master I Charles Postal clerk Will leave Memphis KVEHY WEDNESDAY, at 6 p.m. For freight or passage apply to R. W. LlkiH THURNB, No. 7 Monroe St., opp. Peabody hoteL R P. H1.KN.1. nn Wrinrtlwutr FOR ST. FRANCIS RIVER. SlesnivhfH nnd Mr. srranels River IT. M. 91 all Line The light-draft steamer J.D.Randall master ID. B. Abrahams clerK Will leave Memphis EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY EVENINGS, at 5 p.m., for Marianna, the Cut-oil and all Intermediate landings. For freight or pn-sage "pplyon board. FOR OSCEOLA. nemphlis una Osceola U. . Mall FaeUet Besular Trl-weoHy tj. S. Mail Packet ror Rurnioir.h. Kulion. Osceola and all vay la:iui2ia The ele- Oceola .Belle. J. i. Andrews Master B. O. Mlthell tioiS. I eaves Meuiptils every TUESDAY, THURSDAY auo SATURDAY, at 6 p.m Kor frelirhr cr r.as,ae BtiriW en I.rt1. FOR WniTK AND BLACK RIVERS. Mll.T HAKttY LINK. Heaaphls White Elver and KlarbKUrr V. U. Klakl Packet. For Indian Bay, SU Charles, Clarendon. Devall's Bluff, Des Arc, Augusta, Jacksoriport, West Point, Searcy, Oautlie, Povihiouia, and Pocaoontas. The new steamer 5oijij Harry,---- M. R. Harry, captain. Walker Outlaw, clerk. Leaves Memphis on and after November 2d. every SATURDAY, at S p.m., connecting direct with the new Black river U. 8. mall piicket MILT HARRY lor Powbattan and Pocahontas, and with Dally Pack Us to Batesville and Upper White river. Through lates to ad points. Freight ccnslgned to Milt Harry Line. Memphis or Terrene will be promptly forwarded. Frelgnt will bVer?V.!" on the R. K. Ie Wharfboat J. T. WASHINGTON. Amr, Lee wharfboat. R. W. LIGHTBURNK. Jr . Ai-ent, fi Madison LEE LINE STEAMERS. for fcilendale, Itelena and Krlara Point James Tjee. a Stack Lee........ master-Loyd W. WhltlowTISl Will leTe hs abuve on every MONDAY. WEDNESDAY and EI DAY. at 4 n.m. OIHw Nn. a Ma.lHon utiwt. v'nL' FOR 1IALE3 POINT. Keaular AsbportTana Uaivn A'oiui. rut. For Osceola, Asliport. Hnles Point and all lnternie-maWlimduiss-Ttieelefc-aut passenger steamer Geo. W. Cheek.Sl H.nry Cooper muster I Nell Itooker.Tli-ierk ."iJ anoa on MONDAYS and WEDNK DAYd for AsUport; and on KHIDAV3 for Hatoa folnt, giving special attention to all way business. or (reuiUi or passage apply on boaruT Co HIlQca'fl KV may s V.B. THAYER, MANUFACTURING JEWELER and OPT CIAN ntchea. Jewelry. r-ilver ari clock, (Spectacles, etc. Repairing of fine Watches and Chrono graphs a specially. Ko.307 31 AIN KfKKKT, VfTDER FEiBODY HOTEL. l&0:a Gold and oll-er wan-ed. J. W. X. BROWNE, PLUMBER! IS prepared tn dn all kinds of work In this line In a thorough and sanilarv manner; gives especial attentlou to Newer and Building Connections. Also, has a larg. stockrf M KIXTfBFW, Gas. Steam and Waler-tltllngs and K.xtuie. lump. Hose, Bitbtubs.etc n.s a la-ge fjioeof mmi e tent workmen All ork wirraiiied. Agent for the Ua Uday MTIND-UIiLS. O.dtrj Ml cluJ. BKOVtNE, THE t'M.AIIKK, 40 Madison Street. J.J.UAWuiL(;8 & Co Cotton Factors And C'ouimiiou Merchant?, . 332 FRONT STREET, lri-filrs . Slrsnphls. TVnem-n KOT1CF. THE undeis'gned hereby give notlcn of their ap pointment and quallllcaMon s Executors and Executrix of the estate ot C. B Church, deceased. All persons hnvlng claims ugaiiitt, or indented lo fald estate, are reijiiesu-d lo coins forward at once tor settlement to L. S. Like 2H Front street, or to J. ti. M'DavItt, 22S Front Jt-ett L. a HKE ; J H. M'D.VITTV LIZZIE B. CHUCH. Memphis. Tenn., December 15. 1H7N. IS THE YEABLY Subscription Price FUK THE Weekly Appeal At tltis price It In the Cheapest Weekly Paper pu.MiBlieu In tlie Month. Election Notice. GERMAN NATIONAL BANK, Mkmphis, Tknn., Derwmber 1 1, 1870. An election will be held at their BanklngbousM on TUESDAY, January 13. 1KKQ, between the hours i.f 1 1 a.m. arid 1 p.m., for the purpose of electing Thir teen Directors to serve the ensuing tear. W. a M'CLU RK. Cashier. ATTO BSiEl -ATLAW. J. G. SNEDECOR ATTORN ET-AT-LAW, UO. 41 MADISON ST.. MEMPHIS T. M. SCRUGGS. J. K. R. BAY SCRUGGS & RAY, Attornoys ctt 3LVirsjv 42 Madison St., Memphis, Tenn. WALiTJ&U GUEGOISY . ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Office 'o. 3IidiMon ntreet. A FORTUNE QUICKLY HADE. MOEYhi been made more rapidly within tho last few months in Wall St. than at any period alnce 1873. Immense profits have been realized from small InTestments. Tho following affidavit explains itself; Fanrmally appsMtrst he Tor m. Qronr A. ryoe,ot in W. 45th ftt. Kw Verb. Ciiy, to xne Known, and un Ix-ltijc iaiy worn vs taut on an InTMtincit of plcJ vttta T batcher, Belmont Co., Rankorm, and by them operator for a pssrirxl of two wovka. I ba4 raliArned to mm bj tb aaid Ottn $S7lt.Sa. (blCOeU (Jso. A. PaTSuW PtaU or NtirTork. City and Otmntr orKaw Trvrfc. J ' Sworn botor ma thin jSd Septerabar. ltTTt. J. B. NoMBa, Notary PobUc, 91 Uoan St., M. T. Thatcbar. Belmont A Oo. aecwpt nbaerlbara on thafr 1 par eent. tnarcln or In their concentration, of capital, wharaby a number a$ small saraa ot from 0 and npwarda ara ajrerafratad and torka onaratad, Lataat MTali Mraat loXormaUoo aem irea upon application by rtUTCHER, BELJIOST & CO. Bankera. r. U Uqm. 13Q1. or Rna Btot, M.w Yort Cuj. A. SEW Ns. 81 Mosler, Bahmann & Co.'s Safe, 55 INCHES HIGH, CHEAP FOR CASH APPLY AT THlta OFFICK. DELINQUENTS, TAKE NOTICE ! THE FIR3T MONDtY IN JANUARY NEXT. y at the t ourtbouie door, in Memphis. Shelby county. I will oiler for sale the real estate belong'ng iu uenuueiit iix-psyem. a oescripiioa or wnicu rea. estate miy tw seen on my books In my office. December rt, 1879. GJCO. a FLEECE. County Trustee. The delinquents referred to are those who fall to pay me 1 axing district taxes tor 1X79, and State and county, aud Memphis city taxes for 1K7H. State and county tsxes for I M7w are now due, KO. B. FLFECK. County Trustee. Vaults JEmptied! ADOBIiFHS KXCAVATINH CO. OK v flre. 4 5 nadlsoa atreet. and 192 Washington. Union and rianlert Bunk of Memphis. Memphis. Tknn.. December 8, 1879. STOCKHOLDKH3 are hereby notified that an elec tion will beheld at thlsbank.on MONDAY. Jan uary 12, 1ISX0, for the purpose of choosing Fillet n Directors to serve for the ensuing year. . S. P. KB ID, Cashier. A S I am wanting money, I will sll Monuments, X T.blets aid Headstones, for thlrtv da. at the actual cost o' material and labor on 1L Come soon aLd get a bargain, at 'J liomas Maydweirs Marble Yard, 38 Union St, bet. Main and Second. T. B. HAYNES. K H RERRON. Ijuk Formerly T. B. Haynes & Co. Herron, Connor 4 Co. Herron, Haynes & Co. Cotton Factors And CommiNglon Merchants, OFFICE, 266 FROST STREET, MEMPHIS TRNXKKMF.R. Liberal advances on consignments. Special at tention given to filling orders. F&CO. LITH06EAPHS - ax n BlaDk Book Makers, 15 Court Street. r GEO. P. ROWEIL SsCO A'eTvspaier Adrertisinff Bnrean. For Ten Cents: One hnndred-paso Pamphlet, irlth Lists or Sews, papers aud Advertising: Bates. For Ten Dollars: Four lines Inserted one week In Three Hundred aad Fifty Newspapers. Spruce Street, N. Y. 0 E DOLLAR Mien S.C.T00 Steam P Fiiteis, Bo warn & h BEAUTIFUL, NOVEL AND EE03LIBA1T G-IFTB I Presents for Ladies! Presents for Gents! Presents for Children! Presents for Servants! FAtV SILK lit htllltt? Col'd trab. Hsu JVchlefH, Linen t nib. Setc, Silk Brocade e kwear, Lace and Jet ichu?, 1-eal ace Collarettes, 1 ace Ties and Jabots, Ladies fancy Hose, LiDlrS'KID GLOVUS. iLMV e.WK. SUVVtltS Silk Umbrellas, tJeBts H loves, tients Socks, ant.' Seckwear, (ent I nderwear, tients Shins, Cents' Snsnenders. itiXTS' HASit K'CHl-FS t luaks for Servants, Ulsters Tor Servants. Suits lor Servants. HAMISOIC BLACK SILKS forLADltS. Handsome I olored Silks lor Ladies, Handsome Costumes for l adle?, Handsome Cloaks for Ladies, llaMlSONE DOLMANS Foil LADIES UNIQUE NOVELTIES PEARL AM) s'alMTEI) FA.it Rolled Plated Jewelry, Haudsorue Dressing Combs, Gilt and Jet Veil 1'in', Brie a Brae Ware, Leather Belts and Satchels, Very Fine Pocket KnlTes, LUB1VS GKXL'l.VE PtKFUME. Ladies in Search ofsncb Goods will find it to their intri-et to Call and ICxainine before rnrehasingfT LOWEHST r.HAn th n? RllSI W iam Frank Owing; to a fixe I determination to qait the lictail IIu&iuesN, tre are itovr ottering EXTRA Q RDIWARY B AR&AIKS Ladies' Cloaks and Dolmans, At nnnnnuliy low prices. Children's and Filisses' Cloaks, At lcn than ront. Ladies' Suits, in Elegant Designs, At Kastern cost. Ladies' and Children's Merino Underwear, Far below prtTailing prlcess. Very Elegant Hosiery, At leas than cost of importation. Ladies' and Children's Boots and Shoes, At mannracturer.V prices. Japanese Ware, llamluome llronze Ornaments & other 11 ol hi ay Goods AT HALF YAH K. Wm. Frank h Co.. 243 Elain. ASSIGNEE'S VESSU. the assignee of saleaihCs Store, 230 Sf A IX STIiEKT, retniliont wIioIcsale prices Dry Goods, Fancy 6 HOSIERY, CLOAKS, ETC. All should arail henielres of this opportunity! Kverythinto be disiposed of! lton'c forget the number, SG MAL STItKKTl Call at onee while Stoelt in eomnlete antl seen re ltmrjra i t , ! An n o unc ement ! SECOND STO:K F03 THI3 SEASON 13 NOW IN AND COMPLETED. UNTIED W T .TTV3 nm pi MEN'S, YOUTHS', BOYS' SUITS Children's Suit, Overcoats, Ulsters. Dlterrettes. IN ALL THE LATEST STYLE3. COLOBS. CUT 3 Bluff City Clothing House, 259 Main Street. THOS. B. ALLEN, JO" T. RHODK3, I A. LEVY. DICK BOLF.S. f Watches ! Diamonils ! aufl Jewelrv! i ai Onr stock of above goods, with others, for the Holiday Trade, Is rery complete, and will be sold at prices that will no tify an examination by thosft desirint; to pnrchaae. C.L.BTBD& CO., B. . tOCURAX. HAS CAVA Lumber, Lath J9ors. tawk and Bllnrta, and Ofllce and Yard, foot of Wasblnrton st. SALESROOM COBNEB OF ITS TTyemphlw TOYS, FIREW Largest assortment in the city, at Lowest Prices. Just lleeeived. SPECHT & KALPH WOBMKMT. H 1 S COTTON vim i n 1 1 1 1 m WUAV mi AND COmilSSION LIKHG:EIA12TS, - - Xo. 33S ioront ntreet, : : : SlosujiUif. Trnu. r3yLIberal a J ranees uiaJe on all Cotton coii.Hj-nd to ui.iil 1B78 1 FALL AWDWINTER ! 1870 MURRAY & RID GEL Y, Merchant Tailors 38 Madison, Take pleasure In notifying tnelr friends and tbe public generally, tli.it t'.iey ara lu lecelptot a Fresh and Coin pit to Assoilmrnt of If A LL All ttlKTKii UOOOS,' embracing Uie Tory latest Styles and finest wakes of .Engllsli, Kiviicb and (iarnian Manufacture, Tney request Uiose nbo contemplate wdei lug Winter Clothing to give Uiem a call. rKICKH HOUKltATK. fJST Qtiltus solicited and SamuUHenntoriCappUoaUoaMfl EXCLUSIVE DISPLAY OF ;HlLIii:L.ss l ancy 1IUSE Children's Cloth Cloaks. lo Silk A. IVool Suits Children's ollars & l ulls I(aitdoiiie Saxh Kihtinns, Children's Kid filores. Children's knit Ulsters, hildren's 1 nib. Dresses. Oil I L! K t V a ntt II UO US. furs for J-ervunts, Shawls for Servants. Dress Hotels f.r SetTants. HAMISIIMK r tlrtK'll VI 0 COV KKS. Handsome Kmbr d 7 aide rovers. Handsome Satin-tjniiied Skirts, Handsome Damask Cloths. IlIAMlSOXE EnBKOlDKKEO TOWELS. IN JAPANESE GOODS. KlMSim LEA1I1EK OKK-JJOXEiJ, Russian Leather Glore-Bvixes, Russian Leather Po ket-Books, Satin Embroidered Pin Cnbions, Sa'in Embroidered Letter Cases, Satiu Embroidered Perrnme Satchels. Sa'in Perfume Holll,s. - IfilLTand m-AMS BOl (jL ET HOLDERS. H K SS i ti- 1L2 V3 g;; Walker Bros V Co., will offer for oodsjofus AND COMBINATION. PHICE3 LOWEB THAN EVER! 85. VEXDIG, PROP'K. Vav tTCEKKJ Ol' and Shingles, all kinds af -i'xId- Boxen. Saw and Planln? tilis, North ea axy Ti. ION AND FBONT 6TBKKT3. t ennen.ee. WALTER, WALXEU" A. GOODMAN. 175 HI FACTORS & Co. SALE! IS2 JewelErs. 278 Main 31. A. COCHBAS. COCHRAW k 00c ORK8 I II P