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By E. WHITBIORE.
LAUGEHT, CfTY tlKCUL ITIOJS.
Fineen Cents Per Week.
.vol. ix. Memphis; Tennessee. Thursday. eveninGo December 9. is69.
CITY OF MEMPHIS.
5 THIS Meehln I not Wheeler A Wilson's, pr
A ny connection. Maobines sold in the city
on pirtial payment. It is not M liab.e to got
THE GREAT RED STORE,
out of order ai ether machines.
. Ofllee, SBS Mala Stroet, ,
j Next door to Key's Valety Storey ,
JLJ) jjj 1 v
ATTWOOD ANDERSON. Cotton Faator
and Commission Merchants, 2W Front.
LliiSOM BROTHERS. Hardware, Cnt-
lery. Vtnns, eto.. 270 Front.
BANK First Jtational uf MemnbU. F. 8.
Davis, frei'tj Newton Ford, Vice Prw't,
LACK, BROTH UK CO.. Cotton Faoton
m.- ana rroauoe .recant., iw rronu
TARNUM. F. D. A CO.. Watohes
and Fanny floods, 2rV Main, corner Court,
BLACK, KbTKH a CO., Cotton Faerors and
Commission Merchants 11 Monroe stiaet.
KAICJ. K. U. A CO., Seed . Implements,
et 7V Main street, Jaeiison hioqk.
v near M onroe. vy.j. Manstora.rrnp-r,
CRAVfcR, W.K, Photograph tfollery, tA
Main street, Clark' Marble Block.
CAMFEKDAM IS not)., Merchant Tailors,
280 Main street (Bethel Block). 61-128
HY BANK, eor.JeSerson and Front lU.:
U. H. looey, ireertt , v. turn. vninr.
CAROLINA LIFE INS. CO.. all Main J.
Davis. Pres'tt W. F. Boyle. Seo'y.
I01JKN, M.i Data oleaned, rtyed, pressed
and trimmfd eqoal to new. a4 main.
AND KJtW WORK M AUK TO ORDER. .
841 Miik Etbskt.
Wm. Wassoo. offioe
1 niit tid. S18 Main. Aiao proprietora ot
Memphis Uentnl Depot. same plaie.
IV CK IN BON,
WILLIAMS A CO.. Cotton
Factors. 210 Front street,
ELLIOTT, J. O.. M. 1).
Office, lfil Belli street.
Drat Store and
fMMUNS A BON. Books. BtaUonery. Mu
ll alines, etc. 10 Jefferson and 393 Main U
IDWA&DB, J.D., Dealer in Oysters, Lake
Fls etc" Fruits of all kinds, 278 Second.
ORO. NEWTON, CO.. Greeers and Cot-
M: ton Feotrs, IT Union. Lee Block,
K Cotton Factors.
jeron to, am mam.
-nKATSKR, KO. L importer 01 vigare
ann dealer in ripes. in uyennp mini,
CIALBHICATII. 'A.waih w,vovi
VH Factors. 11 Union, cionewau pique.
dealer In Ot-
1 tns and Knabe's Pianos, fib Main
BAKER'S 6EWINQ MA
CHINES. 81. Main street.
M. C. Millinery. Fancy
21T Main street
HKIN RICH. P. H.v BRO.. Cenhwtiona,
Fancy ttroceriee. Ligoors. etc.. 224 Main.
aT cal Oliemirt. M and Wl beal. eor.
JK.1' N60N. J. B. CO , nooeesore to Kvani
J jTjgto"1"' Cotton Factors and Commission
. 1 n 1
.1 r. tv ; . . leg M.l
F-LKIN A BR'
Wholesale Liqaer veaiere,
15 Poplar St.
Vin barrels and bottles.
Kkl,v , M..-i,. vt Tailor, 17 Jefferson
.4 21 Manison.
t ASONlO MUTUAL LIFK
MOOKK. WM. K. A CO., jobber ' "7
Gooiis and Varietlee. 9 Miiw stre;
HittKlMAN. BYK1 Oo.. .
HA W1TOH1IAIFM. ,.
FINK WATCflKS AND JKWILBY, :
ill ware, Cntlery, eto- BS and 31 Main.
i-kRUlLL BROS. A CO.. Hardware, Cntlory
II ,od Atricoltnral Implements. 812 Frowt.
LANTKRS INSURANCES CO. OF MJiM-
phis, cor. Ma-iison and Seoond. J -Lonsdale,
Pres't; David U. Townsend, Vice
Pres'ti Walur A. Ooodman, Seo'yi John ti.
Lonsd le.jr., A"'tSec'y.
JODESTA A CAZASSA, doalerj in Confeo-
tlonenee, eic. -
an KSCOIT. O,
. F. A
00., dealers In Coal
ft Oil, LbtMs, Soaps, etc,
40 jenerson sxrwt.
... .... ..i T b n,l ,i . r n , Tni.nr.
Rcoond at. Clothe and Vestinirs 00 band,
UHSBLL'S PRIVATK INFIKMARV.
42 North Conrt street.
K- 00TK8, VANCB A CO.. Cotton Factors.
Commission and Forwarding Merchant! ;
.Asts f..r sale of Quano ; 88 Front, cor. Imon.
TflOS. BTIX A CO 31. Main, exoluaive
wholesale dealers tn dry gooas.
K- OSKNBAUM BROS.. Coal Oii.etro
Oil. eto.. wholesale and retail. 1M Main.
anion t Walker (lata Hont k ilaiison),
24 Beyond street
4 TOUT, OH AH. A
Inrk. lerr. Gnni, elc 227 Second. Adams
uu i u ni'i saw w-a - - -
flHADlvKS, Cotton Faotore, 824 rout street.
Jft Thirty yeers in Memphis.
T KRKY A MIlCttKLL, wholesale dealers
in Beote. Shoes and Hats. 328 Main street.
tfREDKN BIIROH. H. V.
17'tJOORUFF A CO., dealers in Carriace.
ww Benrier, eto , 179 Main street
ll? ARD, J.C.CIothinit.eto,
nera'arthwai'e LewlsAStuart. 271 Main
ALTER. JOS., Drogmst, 1S4 Main, be
1 Washincton and Popla
YOUNO A BROTH ERr Booksellers and
;Vtinn"s. Odd Fllnws' Hall. 24H Main.
r -3 5n
lOH 1-a Main Btrcot.
Latert styles fer 1B7H. wilhont jolnU nnd
CUXflfcCTlCET MUl t'AI,
LIFE IXSCBiKCE . CSMPiSI
or uiHTFOsn, cosrjf.
IncerporaUd 1P4". Nomberinr more than
. 60.0U0 Members.
Mle.KT. 1,1 69. 27,000 00.
l"roro"irie.S. - - w,Oe4..
Tti s.oaaoa Paid to dite) over sj.Joo.ooe).
Total DlTldesida, " ej,oe),iO.
JAS. 8. CAKPKNTKR CCOen'l .'U
for leuawsee. Northern Alabama and Naith
Miarma. Tiair.. Sot. M. ISM. '
ti,Mf, Jamee S. Carpenter A Co.. Goal At'tt
t hT. the pleasure o- sc'nnojini -p.
nd siomptnf '
htcb your Con f y ba
,.tl id claim acrTej .peiai m.ow.r..
I respect rall recommend the eiulaj l
naience U Republic. -.
eiu m.Bt"- au
Sieostof (4 U." P. Woeiard, aeeM.
eV "-. ... t
j..intof pa:nt'.of policy No. aNZ'n me
f ll.nr r. Wooo.m, are a, ior t.nr
' J. .?ud dViiaie. and di -iJei d. in lu'l on the
: Ce r." Keptemhe, the 12ih. iaui.
.u7 th. linn. l.n. Ite mint.r
ii'iHi'lrlsiHi itvir vkt est
Of Richardson, Son & Owden's make. Attention especially asked to No. 41
quality. (The best value for the money ever offered to the people of Memphis.
Don't fail to' inquire for the 41 Linen, if you wish to save money. .
The Pcbmo Ledskb Is published every Af
ternoon (except Sunday) by
at No. IS Hadiioa street.
Th. Pcblio Lxnsin la s erred to City subscri
bers by faithful carriers at FIFXEK& CNX
per week, payable weekly t the carriers, i
Bt mall (in advanoel: On. tsar. $Rf tit
months, $4 1 three menths, $2i on month, 75
Oaata. , --' - -
Slawidealeri supplied at 2X oenti per copy.
flnmmnnlcAtion. noon snhfeota of eeneral ln
lerest to tho poblio are at all times aooeptablo.
Aoieoted maniuaripti will hot oe returned.
BATES OF ADVERTISING :
,11 W per square
, 40 -
, oo " " :
f or Une Week..
For Two Weeks...... 4 60 " "
or Three n eaks - 6 00 "
'or One Month- .. J H ' ,
Eight lines of Nonpareil, solid, constitute a
uisplayea aarertiiements wui ne onart ea ao-
aordini to the spaci eocupied, at above rates
there being twelve line of solid. type to the
took '. ,-i ' ' i
Notlcei In local column Inserted for twenty
oenta per line for each Insertion.
Special Notices Inserted for ten cents pet Una
fer each insertion.
Notices of Deaths and Marriages, twenty
cents per line. f r . ( s; I '
To recnlar adrertuen we offer inpertof In-
dnoements, both as to rate of charges and man
ner of displaying their favors.
Atv.rttanMita nnbliahed at Intervals will be
charged On Dollar per square lor each inser
All Mil. for advartiiine era dn When con
tracted and parable oa demand. .
All letters, whether noen bustnefs or
Otherwis. mnst be addressed to i
B. WHITMORB, :
1 A , Publisher and Propriotor.
THE MAN .WHO TOILS;
Ten PolnW oa Topic of Iterat.
" BY IHi BLOrr TiTLIR.
T COMBIBAT10S AND COKSFIBACT. i
After a close glance into tbe curiosi
ties of ioeiety and peep at its patch
work of characters, one is not in tbe least
surprised why tbe poor toiler seems to be
perpetually kept in the bottom of the
boat doriog the voyage of life, while the
pnfied-np dandy or tbe useless idler il
permitted to handle tbe helm and steer
whatever conrse he pleases. It might
reasonably be supposed that in a free land
the Uonest toiler would occasionally come
to the surface and show his face, but the
truth is that nowhere else is he subjected
to so many tanots and jeers nor so much
at the mercy of knaves and tricksters.
All around him sharpers grow like mash
rooms, and shavers come and - go like
flicks of birds. It is serenely grand to
see Gulliver Crowbar put himslf forth
on all political and festive ocaaaioos as
the "people's representative," the "work
ingman's friend," and the " advocaieof
equal rights;" while in his place in the
legislative hall he becomes a tough stick
ler for conspiracy laws and a strong
talker in favor of clipping as close as
posiibl all combinations iu aid of the
toiler. He may wink and smirk and
smile and drink with Babbia the
tailor, and itk D affable bow bid
Taukard tbe ticker jjlly good
day; but at tha saiaa Urn he may
have in his p!guy bead plan for
ifjereasingtbeir poverty, which be would
sell la A ring of jobbers or bond-holders
for a sasail remuneration in greenbacks
or 'be prooii. ef assistance at tbe next
election. What care be if a conspiracy
law U a relio 6. barbarism f Isn't this the
nineteenth century, when every Man is
his own masler? Dn't Gulliver Crow
bar bask in tbe toilers' smiles? 4?d
isn't he, by my faith, their adorable rep
resentative? Dire they who seek shad
ows and sbun substances ask more? Let
them be satisfied with what they have,
little as it is. Lit them shake bands
with the Honorable Gulliver: he' a
nice man a very nice man, you see; a
geteroos man the poor man's friend,
you know. What use or value to the
man who toils are societies and unities
and fraternities ? Sucb combinations be
long to the politician and tbe place
hunter outsid of whose rings nobody
has a ri'bt to debate questions of econ
omy. No one should believe ih booby
wbo says a republican form of govern
ment (ucb as we see around ns) i a
ihieg of striped beau'y like a butterfly's
wings, tenderly upheld by senators and
sages who take exquisite pleasure io
munching doenats at tbe public expense,
and duleetly apostropbiid by a new or
der ot gantlemen tailed the Hifalutins,
whose loftiest ambition is to twaddle to a
mob, and tnmble out of one party into an
chor with th sprightltn of a sprite.
It always appears to Sjfuolder Sun
down that a political caucus ia a combi
nation for tbe "public good," while
trade tcieiy appears t his argus eyes
sDotled over with a hundred fa a Its,
ach fault in itself tqual to a eon-
iriracy. Huehitn lceriot Bacdowet
wul say the country belongs to " tbe
people J yt ke knows very well the pan
t ciaca will divide it among tbeir friends.
or barter it oS io lections tn railroad
rings, which may be considered very
landable and Quite becoming- in states
men cf a rich republic, where for every
l TV l0
improvement that a poor toiler puts on
his patch of ground he has an additional
tax to pay. If Bluffbead and Bullhead
happen to be tbe chiefs of a jobbing
ring, and at the same time chiefs of a
political league, it is the easiest thing In
tbe world for them to piay their cards
in such a way as to win as many acres
of the public domain as they please from
tbe "people's representatives;" and this
game is frequently applauded under the
high sounding title of "publio improve
ment." But suppose Tigbtfoot the
tanner and Wooltoe the weaver
begged a few acres for tbe
purpose of starting a tannery and a
woolen factory, would they not be
laughed at on all sides ? and yet have
they not j ust as good a right to a ' dona
tion of land br any political ring or set
of j obbers ? To be sure, all rings are lia
ble to be blown up as bubbles and
smashed, while tbe man who toils may
continue creating wealth. He may
never beoome a great ornament in so
ciety, but he may ever be the guide ot
progress and the source of prosperity.
The toiler indeed should be honored by
everyone, while tbe idler deserves
scarcely anything bat scorn. All nature
is an example of toil. Tbe sea is nn
oeasipgly oa tbe move, and the planed
and stars never stop whirling in their or
bits; the rivers and the rills keep on
ward, forever flowing, and the dew-drops
fall and disappear and fall again; the
largest eak and the smallest moss keep
their saps in circulation, and tbe fairest
and sweetest flowers bud and bloom year
after year. There ia not an insect but
has its mode of toil, and follows it con
tinually. What brighter lesson need be
asked than tbe construction of mounds
by ants, pyramids by termites, boner
comb by bees, and reefs by corals ? In
earth, air and ocean tha perpetual song
of all thing useful is toil 1 toil I toil I i
' , Baclt from "Tnrrnp." j
L ' i'- Boston, November, 18H9.
Have ycu ever seen a family of fools
jusi back from Europe or Yurrup, as
they pronounce it? They never talk to
you, of course, being strangers, but they
talkto each other and of you till you are
pretty nearly distracted with their clat
ter; till you are sick of their ocean ex
periences; their dukes and emperors;
tbeir trivial adventures; their pointless
reminiscences; till yen are sick ot tneir
imbecile faces and tbeir relentless clack,
and wish it bad pleased Providence to
leave tbe clapper out of their empty
v I traveled with sucb a family one
eternal day, from New York to Boston,
last week. They bad spent just a year
in "Yurrup," and were returning borne
to Boston. Papa said little, and looked
bored he had simply been down to New
York to receive and cart home his cargo
of traveled imbecility. aisterAngeiine,
aged 23. sister Augusta, aged 25, and
brother Charles, aged 33, did tbe conver
sational drivel, and mamma purred and
admired, and (brew in some help when
occasion offered, in the way of remem
bering some French barber's I should
say some French Count's name, when
tbey pretended to have forgotten it
Tbey occupied the choice seats io the
parlor of the drawing-room car, and for
twelve boors I sat opposite to them was
their vi$ a vis, they would have said, in
their oharming French way,
Augusta Piague that nahsty (nasty)
steamer I I've the headache yet, she
rolled so the fifth day out.
Aogelioe And well you may. I never
saw suoh a nnhstv old tub. I never want
to go in the "Ville de Paris" again.
Why didn't we to oyer to Lonjoo rod
come in the Scotia)!
, Aug. Because we wers fools I .
(fervently endorsed that sentiment.
Ange. Gustie, what made Cmnt
Ctskowhisky drive on locking so blue,
Ibat last Thursday in Pairy? (Paris,
she meant.) Ah, own up, Bowl
, Aug- How, A ogie, how you talk) I
the nibs'v creature I would not re
ceive his stations fin longer.; And
tbe old duke bis father kept boring me
about him and his two million francs
year till I seat him off with a flea in his
Chorus K-he-he ! Ha-ha-ha 1
Charles Pulling a small silken cloak
to pieces. Aogie, where'd you get this
Ange. You Cbolly, let that alone I
Cheap Wei', how cou'd I help it?
There we were, tied up in Switierland
josj down from Moa Biong (Moot Blanc,
doub'.les;) couldn't buy anything in
those nabs'y shops so far away from
Pairy. 1 had to put ap with that slimpsy
forty-dollar rag; but, bless you, I couldn't
Aug. Guess who I was thinking of ?
Those ignorant p-raoos we saw first in
Bnme and afterward in Venice those .
Aege Oh, ba-bvba! He-he-he I It
vii so funny I Papa, one of them
called the Stnia delta gpiggiola the Santa
della Spizziolal Ha ho bat And she
thought it was Canova that did Michael
Angelo's Moses 1 Only think of it I Can
ova a sculp'or and tbe Moses a picture I
I thooght I should die! I guess I let
thorn tee by the way I laughed that tbey
had male fools of themselves, because
they blushed and sneaked off.
CPs pa lauehed foiotly. bat not with
the easy grace of a man who wa certain
be knew what he wis linening about 1
Aug. Why, C"il!yl Wher did you
get those nty B itumarchais gloves T
Well, I wouldn't, it I were you I
Mamma With uplifted hands Beau
marchaia, my son I
Ange Beaumarohaisl 1 Why how can
you I Nobody in Pairy wears those
nasty things but the commonest people.
Charles They are a mm lot, but then
Tom Blennerhassett gave 'em to me he
wanted to do something or other to curry
favor, I e'poae.
, Ange Tom Blennerhassetl
Aug Tom Blennerhasset I
Mamma Tom Blennerhassetl And
have yon been associating with him?
Papa Suddenly interested. Heav
ens, what Das the son of an honored and
honorable old friend been doing?
Chorus Doing! Why, bis father has
endorsed himself bankrupt for friends
that's what's the matter I
Ange Ob, tnondieu, j'ai faiml Avei
vous quelque chose de ben, en votre
pocb, mon cber frere ? Excuse me for
speaking French, for, to tell the truth, I
haven't spoken English for so long that
it comes dreadful , awkward. Wish we
were back in Yorrnp e'est votre desire
aussi n'estca pas, mes cberesl . - '
And from that moment tuey lapsed
iato barbarous French and kept it up for
an honr hesitating, gasping for words,
stumbling head over heels tbrongh ad
verbs and participles, floundering among
adjeotivee, working miracles of villainous
pronunciation and neither one of them, i
.kRA . J...i..j;i. k.Hk. nil,..
wse anvios; at.
' By that time some new comers had en
tered the car, and so they lapsed into
English again, and fell to holding every
thing American np to scpro and con
tumely in order that they might thus let
those new-comers know they were just
home from "Yurrup." They kept np
this little game all tbe way to Boston
and if ever I can learn when their
fuaeral is to take place, I shall lay aside
every other pleasure and attend it. To
ase tbeir pet and best loved phrase, thy
were a "nasty" family of American mob,
and there ought to be a law against allow
ing such to go to Europe and misrepre
sent the nation. It will take those inseo'i
five years, now, to get done turning np
their noses at everything American, and
making damigicg comparisons between
tbeir own country and "Yurrup." Let
us pity their waiting friends in Boston
in their sffliotions. Mark Twain, in
Buffalo Express. "
President 8mith. of Portsmouth Col
lage, will spend his vacation at Florida.
The Mayor of New Orleans, at the be
ginning of last week, announced that
flour being 17 50 per barrel, bakers roust
furnish sixty ounoes of bread for twenty
cents, thirty ounces for ten cents, and
fifteen ounces for five cents. Consumers
were requested to report to the nearest
police station any violation of this order.
An inventive Frenchman who witnes
sed the great petroleum conflagration at
Bordeaux, recently, suggests anew mode
of harbor defease: "Io case a hostile
fleet should bombard a port, all that
would be necessary would be to pour
several hundred barrels of petroleum oo
the water at tbe ebb tide and light iu
Wooden ships would be burned, whi'e on
iron ships the crews would b roasted."
A scoundrel in Canterbury, Conn., re
cently jumped through the window of a
chamber occupied bv a Mrs. Backus,
seventy-two years of age, and her niece,
and with a pistol in hand, he demanded :
"Your money or your life 1" "You will
have neither," replied the plucky old
lady bs she seia?d him by the throat, and
held him until tbe nieoe called in the
neighbors wbo took the fellow to jail,
A Florida paper report that a pan
ther reeeotly inlersd the house of Mr. Eli
P. Whidden, in Maoatio county, in that
State, and sprang at his little daughter.
The father rushed to the rescue of his
child, whereupon the panther made at
Mr. Wbidden with such force that he was
oomnelled to retreat. Mr. Whiddco
jumped out in the yard and ran around
. V ... :, . 1 -
tne Don 96, wan nil assailant ciuss oiict
him. He seized a broad ax and struck
at the panther, bqt the ax fhw off the
handle, and be was compelled to retreat;
he fioly reached an adze, which he seis;d,
and at one blow laid bis enemy daedal
his feet, .,
Prinoe Alfred has been gulty of a
breach of courteoy which does not speak
well for his breeding. Wbon sailing into
the port of Yokohama the Eoglish admi
ral was duly saluted, but the American
and French officers were passed by with
out salutation. In constquetrce of the
insult these officers refused to attend the
Prince's levee on the following day.
Their absence caused so much comment
that the young squirt was forced to recall
bis manner, and on tbe next morning
went about the business of a general
salutation like one wbo bad no pelty
malice to nurse and oo boysn wcims to
Oatbellth of November, Rossini
remain were disinterred at the Pere La
Cbaise Cemetery in Paris. A boat twenty
of the friends of the dtceaeed maestro
were present on the occasion, at tbe i' -
vitation of his widow. Rotsmi, who--remains
had been temporarily buried i.
the vault of the Cetsstess Pepoli ( Alboni),
rest bow ia a mauaolenm constructed ia
the so-called Alley of Honor, fa.ug tbe
large entrance portal Oa the front of
the monument i engraved in letters of
gold th word " Rossini." Tbe interior
walls of the chaoel are painted io red.
Two marble table are fixed in th wall
oo the tight and left II tbe background j
is a mall altar of white marble.
RISK & JOHNSON,
MAHCriCTUBIBg AID DIltlBS IV
Tinware, Stoves, Grates,
IIOLLOW WAKE AND CASTINGS.
Tin Plate, Sheet Iron, Wire, etc
OLE AO KITS T0B BOCg's PATBHT
THB BEST IH TBI WORLD.
ETan'a Slate and Marble ;
OUR STOCK IS VERY LARQB AND
oomplte, and we are determined not to be
undersold in any mariior.
KO. S06 Jf AI7I STREET,
Opposite Peahodv Hotel, Memphis, Ten a
JOHNSON, RISK & CO.,
ARCHITECTURAL IKON WORKS,
IKON W02K FOB BUILDINGS.
Ornamental Iron Railing,
. ALSO SDMBIOB
Sad Irons, Dosr Iron, Baa It Weight,
Wstsron Bexes, Gin Warlnr, eto.
Bridge suid K. R. Caatlaga.
Office and Sample Rooms at Risk k John
son's, SWS Main street, opposite the feabody
Ilot.f. V 9'
oxhsBbhatZjD o jjl j.
TeeUaaoalal and lias of nausea of
Lonsdale 44 Bl'd Sheetings, 16 1-2 cents.
Lonsdale 4-4 Bl'd Sheetings, 16 1-2 cents.j
10-4 White Blankets, $3 QO a pair.
10-4 White Blankets, $3 00 a pair.
IE "7" O H 3ES
NOW 60 WELL AND FAVORABLY
together with a good assortment of
Heating Stoves, lamps, Tin-ware, Grates, noHow-ware, etc., at
T . & . JUKES,'
3S8 Second St., Memphis, Tenn,
RooOnar. dntterlnsr. Cotton Brand and General Job Work will receive
wmin Bfl ptdwiia
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Manufacturers and dealers in all kinds of
More, flrateej. Tinware, Honee For.
nlahlntr wood. Coal. Itrd and
A.nbrlcatinsr fila, ele.,
NO. 272 FRONT STREET, - MEMPHIS.
WE ARB. NOW OPENINfl UP ONE OP
the latest and most complete stoobs of
StoTea, beaten. Hollow-ware, Cutlerr. Tin
ware, and hvssa furnishing goods generally.
Among tbe stove stock we are pleased to pre
sent the publio witn tbe celebrated
Early Breakfast Cooking Stare
end the OPEN FRONT PARLOR JIEAT
GHS. that took the premiums at tha Cin
cinnati Fair on the 8th of (September, where
there were ninety cook siovm ei.tered the
Fashion. Emooria. Charter and other leading
wood oeokin stoves being among the contest
ants. We have also tbe renowned
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oooking stove. We are the sole dealers in the
above tloves. A lull and suitable supply of
general steamboat and encinee's' stock always
on head. . B. BRANNON A CO..
14-V1 a. Til Front street.
STOCK IS ItllVO,
ALL PERSONS KNOW, TO SUCCEED IN"
planting they most first secure tHock. This
therean do br calling or sending their orders
to ns. At th. Arcade Kale h table. No.
29! Second street, mammoth sign of tbe jiorra
and Male M. C. C.yoe m Co. Daily Auction
Sales, at 10 o'clock. Large stables and lots for
Stock Dealers. Furniture and Urocery sales,
aiuual.atSo'oiook. M. 0. CAYCB & CO
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