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Blotter's Improved tainlly , MINING MACHINES. They make (be Leek Stitch ' alike on both aides, and are al ways In order. They have a double tension which dOM not nerd suljnal Ins-every thickness ol goods cawed. .Call and see them at 875 Haln street, and ret one. Easy terms of pay menta. ' HEKBIKAIT.BTRDACO.. General Agents. Dry Goods House -IN THE- Br lFhltmore aft Co. LARGEST CITY CIBCVI.ATI01f. ; Fifteen Centa Per Week. VOL. : IX. i i - v MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE. WEDNESDAY EVENING. SEPTEMBER 29. 1869. NO. 25. CUT OF MEMPHIS. m i i . - A ' " ' ' - : " 1 111 1 ..I- i .i i i i ,, DIRECTORY OF BUSINESS HOUSES. , NDh-RSON A WATSON, Cotton Factors L and Uommission meropnnt. us rrnm , XTWOOU a. ANIiKHBON, Cot to Faoter . and commission wercnants, n front, LLltiON BROTHERS. Hardware, Cot l lery. (inns, ate.. J70 Front. HAUH hUTHKKLAND. Agents Wil son's Sewing Machine, H&3 Main. - F. . New ton Ford, Vioa Pres't. IP AN K First National of Memnbis, Jtw Viv i, Prei't If 15 KSCliKR A (JO.. H ardware, Catlery, Unas, etc., removed to xh Main, near Aaams. LACK, BROTH. K A CO., Cotton Faotors and rroanoe mercnanu, rrnnu IS 15 ARNUM. F. D. A CO.. Watohes, Jewelry and Fancy Hood., an nam, corner wnrr.. KUHKH.J.F-i Praotioal Cutter and Tailor. Kepalnng ana noan'nr none, qui jnm. TJATES, B. P. A CO., Cotton and Tobacco J) Factor, and Cemmis'n Meroh'ts, 856 Front. LACK, KHTKS c CO.. Cotton Factors and Commission M.rfUanu 11 monroe street. tiALH0UN.NKVI.L8 A CO.. Oro.ri, Fa t tor. and Commission Meroh ts. 17! Front. af iaI'UoLIO BOOKSTORE. mxA beeondst., J near Monroe. W. J. Mansford. Prop'r. tiRAViR. W. K., Photograph Uallery, 2H Main itreet, Clark's Marble Block. C1AMKEKDAM BKO&, i.ierohent tailors, J 2H0 Main .treat (Bethel Block). Memphis. fVVi BANK. cor. Jelten.0'. and Front gte. I jfl.H. Tobey. Prea't: K. V. Ktr. u.snter, c ILKAVKS. bMiTHWicK A HaTCHR. i r . .1 lt DeitiraM Ttmrinn. Mun. 13 OU St Wl'"'i aiimwoe e - CAROLINA L1FK INS. UO., 21 Main I M. j. wtol.il. Pri-.'t: W. F. Bnyla. Peo'v. pOHbN, M., Ueta cleaned, dyed, praised ' and trlmmea rqnai io new, .,o, miu. CiAVANAUOtl.P.H., OLOTHIliaCI.IAalO.SlrAIBID. ' AND NHW WORK M AUK TO ORDER. 841 MAIH CTBKKT. I'iENTlSTS-J. B. A Win. Was.on. offioe r.f old stnd, SI8 Main. Alo proprietors of r Memphis Dentil uepot. same piaoc lMMONT80.B0oki.Btatlnery M Wi asises. etc. 10 Jeffen'on and 3it3 Main Vnw ARU8, J. D.. Dealer in Oysters, Lake avY.k etc . Fruit, of all kind.. 278 Second. TL'ORD, N K W TUN. CO.. Grocers end Cot ' Mr ton Factors. 17 Union. Lee Blnek. 50RSTER, KKALHOFER'a CO.rooerj, Cotton ractorii uom. ' OItnM rmiwii - - iriRAYtilsR. K0. h Importer of Cigari fir anf dealer In Pipt.in QyHnn Hotel. G' ALBKiATH, xTKWART CO., Cotton Fartora, ,11 Bnlon. Stonewall Block. ClOKPJiL, LhOOliU, agenr.aeiri' aT .nil Knabe's Piano.. ff!J Main. VKOVKR A BAKER'8 BEWINO MA- . . i. l iiwu IrD Pnhnn li'Bjilnra and Com S.e mimion Morcnanta. jwinwivno, ILL. JOHN P. CO., Cotton Factor, and Ulr-'itlflil M-W.. 9(WU Front. joniip'g"'"" w.g.vHWM". - - IS II UUUlllll8""" m" - w - - - -t TNTER, MRS M. Oi, Millinery, Fanoy (Jooa.. etc.. nvi-. 11 KIN RICH. P. H.. Ba-lcnff1jona, Fancy tfrooeneB, mqnur. vo.. mm. 1 IIOERNER, THEO.. Druggist and Anaiyu- mw I rhamllf. M 1DQ i1 nun i, wr. uoi'ui TOU NBON, J. K. TO , fvooemori f? at JOhniOtl, t OllOO JCaWWUr- UU vwmuti' tti v. : "ifAMiiS, J. M. A CO., Wrocers. Commiuion i Merchants, etc. 830 Front. ' WOUNSON, D.. Drm.git,163 Main, two doom north of Qyerton uoiei. OH KB, BROWN CO-, CoonFaetonj and 17-JjhlM A BRO.. Wh'WIW3r' ia is ropiar t. . TNODON. W, dealer 1, i Cigar, and To baceo. WT- ' If 1 m DBCTJUt U- xaa-. .-a IToVSiTAl.t:. A Oil. Agenta St. Louli la Mntnal Life Insnranca Company, I .on atreet. Kit " 1 M"lTrLETON,H.A.,ACO.,In.aranAt ! JiMMadionv k i7 ii a ii b ft Jb Run . M&nnfMtaren avnd 4 final era id doow u r " : 1 ': TyfiUrilVTVAL LIFK ASBURANCK "It! A.o-lation. Mempnia. a rron-. I..... . .n.i.ffmM n....n ITa.lnH and B- ComaiiMion Merchants 818 Front .treet. Hi EMPHIS BANK. .JSo ntiitltditon j j Mnrnnr. rresi.; n. n. ..uuh. v ALONK. THOMAS A CO fan.wutainTI ti. Fnotore and Commi.lon Merchants. Union. : "i KRRIMAN. BTIO Li WATCHlTig A.- A CO, IJUC WATCHE8 AND JEWELRY. ; ; MBS. KbL"i.AR BYRNES, Hard "- "fin lirr.etot.aand!tMMaia. ' myns. -r7T"Tb"e" Hatter." Fran- M'V-307Marn,PabodTHotel. 01800 tt n r- v...n" 7l a " na VOU1U..M.UB ehants. 1U jeBron. , -r-- um,itt Cfl7. Cotton and To haoco Factors. Lee b "ZZL uTT i bun. j, en .Hardware, Cutlery RU1L.L UROo. A cu.. "" .. 811 Front and Agrioultarallmpjenfiii" . rz z: '. ii. inpr. Fancy fkKRDUK. M rrcnen ""-vLiw ":"' Woods. Flowers. Ribbons. etc.,yjMam. 10DESTA A CAZASSA. dealers n cjnfeo I tioneries. etc.. 2.2 Main.eor. North .ort. KKSC0IT. O.F. A CO.. dee in toa. M o.i l..mni. Roans, etc.. Jefferson street. TlOWtR. J. A CO.. Merchant . Tailors, S50 I - j mIw. Vnt nn on hand. FW'DU S. I " i ii " " . " . . , . u l on c.ttnn tractors Comini.sion and Forwar,iinf Merchants . Ag t f' T sile ol num. ; aio ' . . , . .u,...'. Tn. flMfUD rnras chills. NocoBlsroraT. 7Mam ireet. ooraer Winebesier. ICB, oTIX A CO.. S1Y Main, exoluaiya who e.ale dealers in ary rllu". OSKNBAUM A BROS., Coal Oil, Pelro Oil. etc., wholesale ana ret". 11 alfM ITH, J. FLOYD, Cotton Factor and Com' W5 toistion Meictiant, in irom OifiELK,J.AJ.CO .Cemmis-ion Meroh'ia, 3 Grocers and Cotton Faciors, M Front St. av I'OU T. OB AS. a lcr. (Inn9. etc V l: Ull UUHUTL C.U . VS7 Second. Adams Block. ,;M1TM.NKELC .. Cott-.n. Commistion 5 aad Produce. No T Monroe street. T. ('U ARLfcS EATINU-HOUSB. COR. OJf JeSeraoa ana eoona, open u a. Yir I.' f LillWiU sWAr.sMsaiir. aw rtlllltUVjli H'fa av-. a KLIQMAN, JOE. Desoto Btoble, 55 Union, k i, kMHind nd Third. 'AV LOr., KADFOhD A CO.. Cotton Fao- av tors and wenermi ohumwiwi. ! Men roe street. "rfK APKRS, Cotton Factors, 3il robt street. Jl Thirty yrs in Memphis. ra'fcftn.1 a siiivncLu, " " ",."' .11. M in Boon. Bhoes and H ats. S2 M sin streeu riYLOR A KUTL.AND, Grocers. Cotton M. Faetors and Corrmi.'n Merch'ts. Front ITACOAtU), A. A CO., Impuriarsand ilealera in !. I.tpnors. pilars, ete.. r..u. KEDEN'BflfUaa. R. V.. Insurance Agent, W .'A in I'HIB. suan, Williams A C J Cotton Factors and ComtitiosiWercnants. m from AV AV ILSCJi'sSsiWINti M ACUIB t3.ofEoe A 4 jm aHl sirwet. up giir, rl) BATON A CO.. fashionable Hatters and f umers. TeoiOTca o win itwi. T KblfKK. . B. A Br.0 . Cotton Faetars I - .) i--" 'I (Aimreii' afarch'tji. Front. TH KE LKR A WILbON-B bWI'U MA- I .Ml.V'l. w c.Mnl AV lf ' A HLi. R". D. A t0.. wholesale and retail dealer- in Garden a'.d riel t becda. Fer MlitcrsFrairi rw, Atrx'i ImrlV Main. .ubklt F A C Of., d.-lers in Carriaca. 1 Eurrte. etc . ITS' Mainatreet. VJ ARD. i- C, Ciwitng, etc.. Resident Part W jfrQirthwsite Lwi.aStnrtt71 Main A N N E L S ! THE GREAT RED STORE, We hpen;large ' stock on hand, well assorted, and in which we can 7 7 o' offer BARGAINS. Parties studying economy will look at these goods. t" i .i v . ..... ,,,, 1 1? WELLS & COLL, 267 Main St. . LIKK. JiP., )ruit, 1M Maitt.be- V ,Na Wahi- aod rftr irvMI A BRt'TUER. r.ookteller. and k sttinneraOddiJowaNHallajn. trOl'NtiTA. W". A CO., Bookaall.r.. Btsj sV ;uuoeri. Prieura aad IBiadan. lia.tlaU. PUBLIC LEDGER. The Pcbmo Lkdoii ii pobHihed .very Af ternoon (except Sunday) by E. WHITM0KE nd J. J. DuBOSU. under the firm name of WHITMOHE te CO., at No. It Madison street. The Public Lidoii la terred to City gnbscrl.. ben by faithful carriers at FIFTEEN CEN1 par weak, aayabl. weekly U the carriers. ( Br mail (in advance): Ona rear. S8: sis. months, $t t three months, $3 ona meuth, 75 oenta. , Newidealers inpplled at 3X oents par copy Commnpioations upon subjeote of general in terait to the public are at all times acceptable. Reiected manusonpu will but do return aa, BA.TE8 OF ADVERTISING : ''-; -.11 M per square, Ml 8 00 4 50 for Three Weeka.... 6 UO or On. Month-......"?".. T (0 A lleiucatle Comedy The Dangtrol Rortbbllng; Amatory Poelry on Wrappins; Paper In New York. A well known dry goods eitbbtisb nent was the scene of an extremely comical incident a day or two itoce. It appear that one of the salesmen recent ly wedded the idol of his heart, and con sequently his mind is greatly absorbed in the contemplation ot bit bappiness, quiet, though all of the people, fearing an invasion of the waves, left tie place and took refuge on the adjacent hills. In Tacaa, the city of which Arica is the port, forty miles inland, the movement was sensibly felt, and the inhabitants abandoned their houses and sought the little tents aad hats, that in anticipation of the calamity foreto'd by Fslb, had been erected in the vicinity. This intel-' first Insertion.......... Subsequent Insertions. for One ween For Two Weeks ......... Eight lines of Nonpareil, solid, eonstitate a square Displayed; advertisements will be charged ac cording to th. araoa ooouaied, at abova rates there beinc twelve lines of solid pe to the bo 't ' -; ' ' -'i4' ' ' Notices in local ootutnn inserted for twenty eonta per line for eaah insertion. Special Notioas inserted for too oents pet line for each insertion. wotiees of Deauis and Marriages, twenty Oentsporuue. y -... , ir. Mwnl,, aifvMisara wa offer superior In' duoementa, both as to rate of oharges and man ner of displaying their favors. t Advertisements published at Intervals will be charged One Dollar per .quire for each inser tion. ; All bills for advertising are dne when eon- tr acted and payable on aentana. I t.All letters, whether open business 01 otherwise, must be auresea to i - '. .WHITMOBH (k C04 ! Publishers and Proprietors. Fashion and Society. 8alurday is the marrying; day in Paris, when tey average about 2,000. ; Features of the approaching social in the East will be loirees muticalet, de jeuners, morning Germans, and morning parties the latter a Boston idea. ! Several of the foreign ministers are ex pected to give elegant parties at Wash ington next winter, which will probably exceed in brilliancy of toilettes any dis play ever seen iu ilio Au.er.caa capita!. An elegant dinner silver service, lined with gold, and valued at eight thousand dollars, has been made for Mr. A. T. Stewsrt, and will adorn the table at bit own Fifth avenne palace. October promises to inaugurate the wedding season in brilliant style in New York, and already the Hone Journal hears of many "notable hy menial events" to take place at Trinity chapel, St, Albans, and Christ church. ! -. A large number of New York substan tial op-town families, fortunate in pos sessing country seats, havo a sensible fashion of remaining out of town until November, in order to eroy the Indian summer. The JZngan?e and Matelet ' are the names of the ooilws now most fashion ab'e among the fair sex. The first named is cut similar to the Byron, while the lat ter is narrow at the back and worn very deep at the shoulders. Both are very pretty ttyle", nd Renerally beoomioft The Byron collar for gentlemen has had fresh impetus of lata. A New York paper bas an editorial . l. rll n( iha .vtravacrant dis- upoo mo i""j . " . plays oa wedding and funeral occasions. The expenses of a showy wedding too freqaently causes gseftt embarrassment to young married couples,ani the money spent by the widow and children eats op the small pittance left by the husband and causes great distress. The Catholic Church has wisely ordered that the fune ral expenses of its members sboald not be extravagant, and the example should be followed by other denominations. The fashionables of Hudson City, N J., have been anticipating a grand wedding, the young couple being the daughter of a well-known ex Colonel of New. Jersey volunteers, and a young German adven turer, who was reputed to be immensely rich. Arrangements were made for this wedding on Wednesday evening last. Cards wre cut, and a stir was made by the parents ef the girl, bnt nnetpectedly the yonng gentleman informed them that he could not be married in public; that he bad private reasons for desiring that the ceremony should not take place at her parents' bouse, so tb wedding was postponed a few days. . The gentleman had several heavy debts, ani one of bis creditors bad sued out a warrant for bis arrest as an absconding debtor. The constable was paid $25 to arrest the young man just as tbe minister was in the act of uniting the pair, ' i - - a .Viak-lt .vnlAitiu! !n inn. 'tnilat rif UW-l iiu " - the New York Female Suffragists en tbe occasion of an afternoon set oown I... w.itno.ilaT. A Mrs. Bronlod. on being asked to " free hr mind,", com menced by declaring her disbelief in the doctrine of female suffrage, or, for that -.. ntTr.tT. aiiher. The fran chise was a fraud, and woman would gain nothing bv its exercise. Q( course, the lady had a hornet's nest aboat ber ears at once, and Mrs. Anthony administered a incher to the Brooson ny asxiux ner u e believed in a monarchy. A desultory irujish followed, ending finally in an ml tn ran.w lh cnnla.t at S future meeting, when tie Prooioe is promised lair Dela- Like another Orlando, he loves his Rosa ' ligence only increases tbe iuquietude telt here, and many persons are already making preparations to leave tbe city and live in tbe valleys near by durin the days which are to witness th catastrophe. Tbe government is takin energetic measures to prevent tbe im proval of the possible confusion by the lawless portion ot tbe community, an troops will patrol tbe streets day an night. The gas will be cut off to prevent tires, and, indeed, every precaution is be1 log adopted in view cf the highly on pleasant state of affairs that, according to Mr. Jalb, may ensue. lind so well that the secret of bis passion will not abide with him, aad be must even confide it to his surroundings. But, instead of carving the poetical effusions of his lovesick heart on tbe trees of the forest, he has been wont to impart them to little scraps of paper, on which, dur ing bis leisure moments, he would pen cil such tender things as , Two souls with but a single thought, Two hearts that beat as one. Or such passionate things as . To tbee I've breathed my bosom's vows, I've poured its fondest sigh ; I've sworn by thine own leveiy brow To live, or for thee die. Or such lovely things as The treasures of the deep are not so precious '. As are the concealed comforts of a man Looked up in woman's lore. Scraps of paper thus scribbled upon always covered tbe coupler and shelves in the vicinity where our Benedict mea sured silks and fine linen, and were the sonrce of ne little amusement to the rest of the store employes. ' On Saturday afternoon last, while the establishment was crowded with custo mers, and everybody was so busy that Orlando did not find sufficient time even to indite a single line to his most adored, an excited individual, with his cravat askew, bis hair disbeyelled, and a desire for blood, visible in each line of his coun tenance, rushed into tbe place and struck an attitude of defiance in the mid dle of tbe floor. In bis uplifted right band he held a fragment of brown wrap ping paper, and after cutting a pigeon wing or two, he rnshed frantically to wards our poetic acquaintance and thrust the paper in his face, with the remark "Did yoa write that?" The young sales man glanced at tbe ominous paper, and with a faint and sickly smile, acknowl edged that it was his scribbling. ' Weil, mf, rdnu it I wast your em ployers to know what sort of a man they have got in their store. Read it aloud I say." . Everybody in the establishment had now congregated about tbe two men and the young man, as bidden, read Come in the evening er come in the morning, Come when you'r looked for or come without warning, Biases aud weloome shall be there before you. And the eftener you come here the more I'll adore you. "There, sir," continued the excited in truder, " how dare you give such stuff to my wife ? my wife whom I adore? You wretch I " And with that be reached for the hair of the poet. His intention was interfered with, however, and as soon as the young gentleman had conquered bis confusion, he went into an explanation, which, in tbe end, proved satisfactory. It appeared that his effusion, intended to convey the feelings he entertained for bis own wife, had apcjdentally been wrapped up with the dress pattern of the irate bus? band's wife, and, on opening the package at the house, it dropped on the floor. The contents were greedily devoured by the somewhat jealous husband, and the wife was taken to task. She, ot course, denied all kaoylodgp of the matter, aqd his wratb then turned upon the perpe trator. It is, perhaps, needless to say that poetic scribbling is tabooed in that es tablishment. RISK & JOHNSON, aUHuric: Tinware, AHOFicTCBiaa abd dealers iv Stoves, Grates, MA. NTLEB, HOLLOW WAKE AND CASTINGS. JOBBERS 1ST Ike Pernyfan Kartbqnake-rtara of tbe People Besrardlnsr Prafeaaor . Falb'a Prosraoetleations The Ra Coast Deserted-Baelnesa at aStand. still. from Correspondence N. T. Herald Lisa, August 28. 186S. . The alarm respeoting the approaching earthquakes, or ratber tbose propnesiea by the German astronomer Falb, is on the i a crease. Even since the prognosM cations of this savant were published io the nnwananara here, any number ol retu tations. written by tbe most scientific men in Peru, have been made publio, yet tha nnnnlar aritation is continually gain ing ground. From correct astronomical nhnorvations. it has been definitely dis covered that the earth in the last days of Ssntember will be nearer tbe snn and moon than for a great number of years past, and the influence exercised by those planets on tbe waters coocealed in the aarth and on its sarfaoe will be corre spondingly augmented. Hence, despite tbe attempted refutations, there is some reason to believe that extraordinary movements will occur, although it is to be hoped that tfcese countries will not expe rience that total destruction threatened by tbe Abbe Falb. Moreover, tbe very fact of this gentleman's religious profes sion increases tbe weight attached to bis opinions by tbe more ignorant classes of the community, and the feeling of uneasi ness, though general, is not so strong as that positive alarm existing among the lower portion of the people. Advices lrom toe sou in isiorm os mat on the morning of tbe 20ih iost. a shock of an earlbauaks was experienced in Arica, even more severe tkao that whipb niiaed the town io August last year, yat ftom the fact of the already dismantled condition of tbs town no damage could be done. Tbe tea fortunately remained Legal A Lawyers' Coasrress. . A "Lawyers' Congress," attended by some of the most eminent jurists in Ger many, bas just been beld at Heidelberg, ana bas passed several resolutions on important social and judicial questions 1. Civil marriages shoold be recognized as a necessary principle of tbe relation between Church and State in tbe who! of Germany ; and the State should make no objections to the marriage of persons of different religion. This was proposed by Lit. Uneist, and passed against minority of one only. 2. That Govern meet sanction should not be required for tbe formation of joint stock companies or other associations, but that the liability of each member of such a company should be unlimited. 3 A written document acknowledging a debt should be taken as sufhcient proof of such a debt, indepen dently of the circumstances under which the debt was incurred. 4. As nearly all the objects of punishment are more effec tually attained by solitary conhnemen than by any system of imprisonment, such conbuement should be recognized by law as tbe regulated mode of executing sentences which involve the loss of lib erty; exceptions to this rule might be made when necessary, either by tbe Judge or by the Governor of the prison. This resolution rras passed almost nnani mously. Hlsc fllnneons. A woman bas just died at Worcester, Massachusetts, aged thirty-eight. She was the mother of nineteen children, The London Spectator justly remarks tbat in tbe U sited states a tone of con tempt towards the President is becoming more apparent in both parties. Here is a feeling and genuine personal: One of the Washington papers adver tises that if u. S. U. will only return to his distracted friends all will be for given and forgotten. : An infant died in Westport, Connect! out, recently, from the poison taken into its stomach by sucking a green veil which the nurse had thrown over its face to keep the flies off. Miss Sry Shepherd, of Brady's Mills, near (Jumberiand, Maryland, was acci dentally shot in the bead by Watchman Crilzman, on Thursday last, who fired his revolver at an escaping prisoner, She is not likely to recover. A physician at Waterford, Ireland, had a quarrel with his wife the other day at diuner about what clergyman shoold baptize their baby. First he kicked over the dinner table, then he read the news paper, and, finally, killed his wife with a gun and nimseit who pu;oL A woman was arrested in New York charged with starving her baby. Tbe child was born on the 8,h of SeDtember. and died at an early hour Tuesday morn ing, and from tbe evidence it seems tbat the mother used artificial means to de crease ber natural supply of milk, aad refused to nurse the child. Rev. Mr. Reed, of MalJen, Massachu setts, has good reason to believe io the efficacy of prayer. He considered the expenditure of $10,000 on tbe old church edifice a poor way to aiipnse ot money, and hoped "the Lord would lay the whole thing fl it-" The big gale did the business, and left a wreck worth, for kindling wood, about $500. A young man at Nashville, a few days ago, undertook to commit suicide by jumping from the railroad bridge into the Cumberland, but a citizen happening to pass just aa be was about plunging,. pre vented bim. He bad proposed, the day before, to a young lady whom be bad bten courting, not knowing she was en gaged. She bad promised to answer him on Wednesday morning, and when he had called to get her answer, be had learned that she had just been married nd was gone on tbe bridal trip, The course of true love having a smooth ending is reflected in the following In diana story: A young fellow named Empson wanted to marry a Miss Jami son, but the paternal and maternal Jami son couldn't see it. The father came down on the lovers in the course of a clandestine interview, whaled the daugh ter soundly and took her home. She ran off to a neighbor's. The old man went for her, bqt was met by young bmpson. who flashed a little gunpowder ia bit face. This exhibition ol pluck had a rood effect on the father, and he told Empsoo to " take ber and be d d." Tin Plate, Sheet Iron, Wire, etc. SOLI AGSSTS t JR 11 DC t' 8 PATEST BRILLIANT Cooking Stdve. THE BEST IN TUB WORLD. Erau's Slate and Marble M ANTLKH AND ENAMELLED GRATES. WALLACE'S PATEST COMBINATION ORATES. OUR BT0CK IS VBRT LAROB AND oompl-te, and we are determined not to be undersold in any market. 1VIS. SO MAI STREET, Opposite Peahndy Hotel, Memphis. Tea. JOHNSON, KISK & CO., MEMPHIS FOUNDRY, AND ARCHITECTURAL IRON WORKS, MAHUrACTURERS OF IRON W0XK FOB BUILDINGS. Ornamental Iron Ratllng-s, Fences, Terandas, Balconies, ete. ALSO SUPERIOR Sad Irons, Dos; Irons, Bash Weights, Wasjon Boxes, Clin Uearlnsr, ete. Bridge and R. R. Castings. AK.a inJ S.mrtljl RAAn, at Risk A John- soa's, Su6 Main street, opposite the feabod Hotel. JUST RECEIVED, "A large assortment of Ladies', and Misses' custom-made Shoes, which we warrant equal, if not superior, to any known make. ' , 230 Main Street. O IE BP .33" Is the best Family Stove now made. Call and Examine. Satisfaction Ouaran teed. 3r"f -Jl & a LAMPS, COAL OIL, TINWARE, Castings, Grates. Rooflnsr, Ontterlner and htencil S'ntliuK promptly eseented. ORDERS FROM THE COUNTRY SOLICITED. JUKES, 3t: 398 Cecond St., Memphis. Tonn. s g smm at ' as) m - eV . o : mm? B pir-s I f B s JH 1 t S f v ,r..- v, g WM.DEAN&C0. Wanlw.1. ud IM nlla Choice Groceries, Teas, AID P ROVISIOIM S. LIGHTNING WOOD STOVE With new and valu able improve aents, ineludins the double front fire dours, pat ent convex top oven mate. ventilated oven, hot air cham ber, which fives it s large advantage as a aaker over any ether clove in th, market. This IB UMK ur TMK LAKGESf SToVKS in the market, bavins an oven 22 by 23 inches. inoh fire-box. The Stoves are WAK KANfKU toBAKK QUICK. and KVKfl, AND NOT TO cKACK. With new and valu able im roveuittnts, including the double front fire doors, pat ent oonvex iop ovt-n llte, ventilated oven, hot air cham ber, which gives it a large advautxaeas a baker over any o, her stove in the m.rket. Ihis IS ON tif 1HE LAoCIEdr 6IO VES in the mar ket, fcaving an oven 22 by 24 ii.ches, with a twenty-.ix inch ore-box. loeDiovra are WA KKA MKI XO BAKU. QUICK AND K V K N, AND KOI To NEW ALASKA, T0R3SALBIB7 GEO. .TOTVSOOT.T. Dealer lalStovea, Urates, Tinware, Lamps, Chimneys, Boners,; Wicks, Elc, 336 HKCOND rJTKKKT, GALVANIZED IRON CORMCE !And General Job Work Promptly Executed andJWarrnnteri. D. Winters, Architee , Refer, Iby' permission, to Join lOv.rton, Jr. W. B. Greenlaw, . M. frovine. an ii. B o a - o w a . a as a 2 0 i C3 a a a Si e Eaa H M 0 l-i t - - vwajhT - r . - - v J" : :- w o CO tn W tn w w OA CO 9 H H - H 0 t 3 H a to 3 B o a 2 AND THE TJNEIVALED " CHAMPION" ITfK OFFER TO THK rUBLIC, with great eonBdencs, tbs ju.yv reieeratea rasuius aainiii.rni.-i a v .nil anar.ntee tne-n not to d, excenea ior neir exreneni. D.ans iii.mw, evoneau ia ma,, ue busimiiu, vj mug e.w. hvw . .n, and see these celebraud Stoves before parehasla g. bend tor raam-kleu Also for Van's Patent Hotel and Family Portable Hanger II. W ETTEll at CO Call Dwaiere In Hratloa; and Cook Stoves, .leaf Fwml.blws Goods, Mantels aad .1. I l a l ana japanncei iiaeare,tepafr ... siRMna vow Grates, aad maanlartarera 13 and IS Mourtic Street.