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or BUSINESS HOUSES. ANDERSON A WATSON, Cotton Faotort and Oommlnlon Merehant. ill Front. , i TTWOOD A ANDERSON, Oottea Faetof k end CommMon Merchant. 2V4 Front. ALLISON BR0TBER8. Hardware, pa. lry, fnm, ete., fi front. BBAOH A BUTHKELAND. AgwiU.WU. on'i Sewing Machine, U3 Main. BANK-Flrtt National of Memphis. F- 8. Dava. Prei't; Newton Ford, Vice Prw B LACK, BROTH BR A CO., Cotton Faotort and iTortuo aiercpanta . m rroni.- BARNUM. F. D. A CO.. Watches, Jewelry and Fancy floods. 24r Main, pernor Oeart, BEURKR.J.F..tical Cutter end 1 Tailor. Repairing and cleaning done. 8BT Main. BATES. K. P. A CO., Cotton end Toeo Factors and Oommli'a M orcn't. 256 Front. BLACK. E8TKi CO.. Cotton Feetor and Commission Merchinta. 11 Mcnroe treot. CRAIO. R. O. A CO., Seed. Implement, eta.. 87 Main rret, JakaoB Block. c lALHOUN, NEVIL8 A CO.. Jer. Fet ters ana uommiasicn mnrrm ia. hot r ivuv CATHOLIC BOOKSTORE. X Second St., near Monroe. W.J. M anrford. Pron'r. , aftRAVER, W. E., Photograph Gallery, i Main street. Cl'ark'i Marble Block. CAMFERDAM BROS., Merchant Tailors, 280 Main street (Bethel Block). M-138 CITIBANK. eor.Jofferaon and Front ita. g.H.Tobcy.PrTt: R. C. Kirk. Cnhier. CLEAVES. 8MITHWICK HATCHER. Bookseller. Printer. Binder. 283 Mam. CAROLINA LIFE IN 8. CO.. 119 Main ill, j. Wicfcs. Prei'ti W. F. Boyle. Boo'y. c IOH EN, M.t Hats cleaned, jyed, presd and trtnimed rqaai io nw, n CAVANAIJ8H. F. H., & r' ' AND NJtVY WOHK MADK TO OKDKR. 3 ik" Ml Maw Stbim. w DKNTIBT8-J. B. A Wm. Wesson, office old tnd, SiS Main. Also proprietor! of Afemphl ucntsi ucpot. " v- DICKINSON. WILLIAMS s uu.,vohb Faotort, 210 Frontstroet. - ELLIOTT, J. C M. D.. Drnf Store and Office, lfil Bal street. "K'MMONS A SON. Book!, Btanonerj. ma- aainea, etc 10 Jeffenon and 893 Main at. 0 WARDS. J. D Dealer In Oysters, Lak Fish, et" . Frait" of all kind.. 878 Becond: IORD. NE WTON. A CO.. Greoer. and Cot- ton Faotrg. 17 Union. Lee Block. FOR8TER. KEALHOFER CO.rooew. Cotton .Factor. Com. Merch'ta. KV Main. GRATSER. GKO. L Importer o f Cigari and dealer hi Pippin Overton Hotel. GALBRSATH, STEWART A CO., Cotton Facton. 11 Union, Stonewall Block. nHDVT. T.KOI'OLD. aieo. dealer In Or- fjT .ami and Knahe'a P-anos. ft Main. iROVKK A BAKER'S BBWIBG MA IN riHTNES. 81 Main street. Tn. AGE A I ioU KKi tiouon raoien v auk a, r ion ivavi vv- " . . 1i..lfn Merchaf td. m Front Itreet, E ii Commmtoa aieronapu. tvT u.. UnTeU. MH M.C., Millinery, Fancy Goodi, etc tu main 11 1TNKICH. P.H.. BRO CenfecMona, Faacy Grocenca, uiqnotr, m..... H OtRNKH, THEO.. Drunrlitand Aaalyti. A Johnion. Cotton Faetore and CommUiion Vercbanta.iirroiifa S M US. J. M. A CO.. Grooera, Cemmiiaion Mercb anto. eto.. BO Front. OHNbON. U. !.. Urntfi,iM jbbui, i.v I rinnM north of 0erton Hotel. TONKi. BKOWM J0.1,"?., el Coaimiwion mreuim. - K jtiiN BRo.w",lI,,lBIti!s;, 16 FODlar it. A:e m pnrrem pu IN GDON . W.. dler In Ciaar. and To- m. haooo. Ht. vpri". - J" oVlAl:, OI'IS, Aenta StLpuil A Mutual Life Inaaranoe Company, 41 Mad- Iion WWH. Kit YHIH tt kkoY. J . trench Tailor, 17 Jefforaon at , Ji h.t.ran Main and Front atreeta. ITlLlS10N,ll.A.,t;u.,inioranaiia w li 21 Mn4ion. IINKHAU1CR A BRO-AMannlactureriand i dealera In Boota and Bhoea. 1H Becond. "(AftOlNlO MUTUAL L1FK AfibURANCK ill X""-lation. Mempbln. 24 Fron. tt iO0HK, WM. K. A CO.. lobbera of Dry ffi Gooda and Varietiea. MMi 'treat. TM OOKES NORTON, Cotton Faowra and Jjm. Comuiiiiilon Merenann. p..- T-in ii.VU Mailna ain Miianll. J. J. Murimy. rw.; n. - . ima Al.oNt TUOMAai00. (ooooiora to rtl C.lirV.mr.Wu.ki'A M.lone). Cotton Fnctora and Comnildiiion Methnt.'U'''c. if J. WATnBM4IIa. , FINE WATCHES AND IWILRT, WloCOMBS. KaLLAel BVKNK8, Hard , irl waW. Cuflery. IH and M Main. ixiKHIN i. i... "Tba Hatter." Fran-M- ci"o " WwVinl 807 Main. Paabody Hotel. TOELSON A TltUh. aeeora u Titoi i A ill Co., Ctt"B Factor and Oommiaaioa Mer- ehanta. iu jenemon -TfcWBN. MoNU IX 0. VOtuM aao L .... J fi- haooo eoi"r, ui"!. a Rul 1.1. BROS. 4 UO.. naruwere, wui F and Aaricnltural Imnlementa. an yrowt. LaNTBrB INSUHANUU W. v phii, enr. Ma1ion andSeoond. J. . Lona.lai;.Ptei't, David H. T"Ja'.yi" pru'tj Walur A. Goodwan, Saoy; John G. I.omd lc,)r.. A'-'tPoc'y. 1" hODKSTA A CAZASSA, dealer; in Con fee tioneriee. tc.. 2-2 Main. nor. Norta tonrt. aREScOTT. O. F. A OU., deajera m.i-oai JL Oil, Lamp. Boapn. etc., 40 Jeflenon itreet. ijWaK, J. A CO., Merchant Tailor, 260 Becond t. Cloth and Vettinta on hand. Us-SBLL'd PKIVATB IWFlRMAtii , Hi pionn yuurv 1.,", KOOTBS, VANOB A CO., Cotton Factor, CommiMion and Forwarding Merchant A a ta rr Huoniu.n.t 1 "' - " UK. M.. eole AntSion' Toiiio Sjrup. l r.riihill. NoocaaorT. VI Main atreet. coraer wincneaier. K ICK. bill A CO., Main. xcliuiT K 08KNBAUM A BROS.. Coal oil, Petro Oil. etc., wlioieiaio ana retail. i '" aUTKAM DYKK8 AND CLKANBRS Uaaaon A Walker Oat Hunt A Hantonj, 2 He Tond itreei. 'Mi'lH. J. FLOVU, Cotton Faster and Com K7 mieiion Mercnant, t ton W T EE L E, J. A J . CO , Cmaiialon Meroh'u, W Grocer and Potton Fc'or, 168 Front it. 1-troUJ. UHA8. A liRO.. Hardware, uot a9 lerr. Gnna. ete , iT Heeond. Adam Block. twMlTH.NBEL C .. Cotv.n, Commiation c and Produce. No 7 Monroe atreet. LST.CHARLh8BATINli-HOt6B.COR. OF O JeCeraon and Peoond, open at all hour. 1 rfeBeraon an Wj KIM(lt))(N, rropri,ior. rjnATLO'n. BADFOHD A CO.. Cotton Fan- M. f.r as iai .pipnii jo M enroeeirwi. fiARADnKii. Cotton Fo 6r,"K 1 foL ilfett Thirty yan In Mmpnn. fWliRKlf MIICUELL, who eale dealer A in B"t. Bhoe, and Hata.32 Main itreet. flAYLOR A KUTL.AN1, rr. CMton JL Fc or and Commit'a Merch'ta. HM Front iTtaOOAHO. A. LO., Importer and I dealer V in Wlra. Lienor'. Ciar. w., 1124 Front. 22 Mad non. lLSl.!i7SSItWl',t MACHiat8.Dffioa ft Mam .re. a rtir. ... II I IAMK V. H ., liuccaswr to Cole- V man. Wii.iem A Co.) Cotton Factor and Comm'H on Men-aentt, an rroni. . W H KAlOM A CO.. faah onable Hatter and Farriva. remared to 27 Main trt. UrinBBK.. . &. Bl0, Cotton Fe er and '.en 'I CrmmVn Mwch't.' rront. VVii). R l- A UO wholeaale and retail Y dejiera U Oardan nd FieH 6eH. r er WlUertjJjiitl roS AjJi.tj 'c', "I Mam. w r vOHhltP A VK. dealer in Carrtagaa, Eraic. etc . 17 M in ttreet. ' a El) J- C.CIelhina.etc . Recident Part- tVwatthT4t i LewlA8tnart.i;i jlaln UriL"ftS.7'S.' trniaiit. 14 Main.be ; t.wiVfMW"? tl r,' ... : juiera, Odd FaU-w1 ilall. JS Main. By E.- WniTHOBE. : .VOL. IX. ; MEMPHIS, . TENNESSEE. MONDAY EVENING. NOVEMBER 8. f al a. ' i t 4 r lit tffM 'Hi Purciiased at l: , York City during last week, is now .4 XTiJIKU: ;,.: iirScotch 'Plaids, sold at less ..'. I Ml . II' ' . V. "')". i-.; : (''.ii,ii Hi','':.1' i;i;uri'H.;: PUBLIC LEDGER, The PnaLio Lidoib I eubliihed ererr At- ternooa (except Sunday) by E. WIIITMOBE, at No. 18 Madlien itreet,' f Th Pirarrn T.anaa. I. aerved to Cltr nihiori' hen by faithful carrier at FIFTKKN CENTE per week, nayable weekly te the oarnm. I By null (in adTanoeh One yew, $8t ait month, $4 1 three month, fi t one mentb, 7S eenu. ewldealel inpplied at cent per copy. 1 flommntiln&tlnna nnnn anhlentaof aeneral in. teres t to the public are at all time noeeptable. I Kaieeted mannionpti will mot do reraraea. BATES OF ADVERTISING : Tint Insertion... II 00 pr quar aeinawlawl . I 00 " " Sabaeqncnt Iniertion... ror One w eeK. . For Two Week.. for Three Wek... or One Month-. 4 M 6 M , 7 6 " ' Elfht line of Nonpareil, oUd, eonititnU a aqnare Dlnlavad adnrtliamenti will be charred no eordinf to the arid oocupied. at above rate there belm twalre line of aolid type to the men ' Hetlses ta total eelnasn Inserted for twenty enta per line for each tnaeruon. Bpeclal Notice) Inserted for ten oenti per line Br eaoh tnaeruon. i Notice of Death and Marrlatei, twenty eenu per line. , , . , n .. . , r ' T. Murnlar adrMtiaera wa offer inDerior In dnoementa, both a to rate of chart ee and man ner of diiplaying their favor. Advertisement published at Interval will be charted Use Dollar per iqnare tot eaon inaor- ttoa. All bill for adverttiint are dnt when eon treated and payable on demand. . wS.AH letter!, whether npen bnainou or therwue, run I e aaareesen u .. ,, 1 B; WHITMOHB, ' Publisher and Proprietor, A Mvortcd Wile'. Trlanipb, , From th New York San, November 2.J i In the Supreme Court, general term, yesterday, a deciiion wb rendered in the lingular divorce case or tiini uoninan tEaioit Wm. Huffman, iuvolvinn thf va lidity of Indiaua divorces. Mrs Hoff man sued for a divorce a vinculo trom her bosband, charging that be bad com mitted adultery. She tm married to him in December, 1 855. In the follow ing February the i claimi d to have com- r . , i. ..L .l mitted aauitery wna oae uiourue, in to. Orinnell House in thit city. Subse quently, the haaband moved to Indiana, and in April, 1657, began an action against hit wife for aivorce for adultery and abandonment. , ., ., A decree of divorce was soon granted in the caie upon proofs taken by a com mission in the city. ' In September, 1858, the wife filed a petition in equity in the Circuit Court of Howard county, Indi ana, to have that divorce get aside on the ground of fraud. The Circuit Court de clared the divorce tn be void for fraud. On tn appeal to the Supreme Court, the decree of the Circuit Court was reyerted, leaving the divorce in full force. ' t The reversal, however, was not npon the merits, but beceuse the Ceurt con sidered the common law right to set aside a judgment by bill in phancery, for fraud had been tnperseded by statutory modes. The ground on which the wile sought to establish the fraud was that she was not served with process, and did not reside in Indiana, as alleges'; and that the offense upon which the judgment was predicated, it any such there was, had been condoned, the couple having lived together as hus band and wife for a long poriod of time subsequent to the offense, and their only child, oegotten during this time, being at presrnt before the Court for its disposi tion. ; In September, 1863, after the final deci sion in Indiana, tba defendant parried Adaafurgithroyd, by whom he has chil dren. Th plaintiff began the present action in November, 1861, (or adultery on account of this marriage. - It was tried before Judge Joseph F. Barnard, without a jury, in December, la66, and be granted 4 decree in Mr. Hodman's favor. This is an appeal from that decree, and was argued in January last. Judge Suther land delivered the opinion of the Conrt yesterday Judges Clarke and O- O. Bar nard oonpurring, Judge Sutherland states the material question to be as to the effct which should be given'bere to the decree of the Circnit Court of Indiana at evidence. Ia other words, should the Coart below have rrgirded the record of the judicial proceedings, including the judgment in the Indiana divorce instituted by Wil liam Hoffman as conclusive evidence that lv bad been divorced from the plain tilt' in this action, h! former wite, when the acts of adultery alleged in this ac tion took placet Considering the pro vision of the Canstitation of the United States, requiring full faith to be given to the judicial proceedings of other States, the question, he said, was not free from difficulty. The q a est ion was one ex clusively ai to the jurisdiction of the Indi ana Conrt to mwk the jnigmBt or de cree. " Though Emma fijffmen com meooed proceedings in Indiana to set aside the iadgment against her, that did net ettop her from insisting, on the trial of this action, that the Indiana Court never aiqoired jurisdiction of her person so as to make a decria which the oonrta here were bound to regard as con o!uin e-iiJw? pf 6 decree valid as to ber. N ) doubt all the proceeeuags in the action were regular, bat the1 qaes'ion was whether the courts cf this S ei. ill re gard the aervics ef notice by publica tion in the Indiana newspaper as giving the Indiana Court juriidictlan of the per I ( ' J 'I. !.. ' X- '" ! ! t i . .! (1 r A Cargo of 'a discounfifttiKy per Reps, Ryal Poplins, etc.J etc. " ff 1 Many J of these than hall their value. I ... ; 1 !:.: JOSE . i " .j $ " ... i "T. : - son of the defendant in that action. It hat been deoided that tbey will not. "Iu my opinion," Judge Sutherland con clude, "we can not reverse the judg ment appealed from, to far as it grama or decrees a divorce, without disregard ing or overruling the cases referred to. Therefore I think that part of the judg ment should be affirmed." The part of the judgment decreeing payment of ar reart of alimony is reversed, j ; L T'i Tba Onondaga. Imafe Opinions of kelentlfle Hea A Gypsum Wontier. from the Syraoa Journal. Albany, October 71. The undersigned, on the 22 J instant, visited and examined the "Fossil Man,' or " Sculptured Giant." ' Negotiations for itt purchase being at that time in pro gress, it was thought improper for ut at that time to express our convictions of its character. The sale having beea perfected, we are now at liberty to make the following statement: i ' ' In common with all who have viewed this object, we were deeply impressed by itt extraordinary appearance, and as we look npon it our wonder at the intense excitement which it had produced imme diately vanished. When we bad fully comprehended its character, the inquiry spontaneously arose by whom was it made? when and by whom placed here? It is not strange that it has been re garded at a petrifaction. The popular idea on thit subject it vague and unde fined. A atone which, by accidental circumstances, hat the form' of an or ganized being it regarded as petrified, without inquiry into the mods in whirh the change has been made. It is suffi cient here to say that the soft Darts of animals are never petrified. Putrefac tion, which commences as soon as the vital forces cease, it rapid. Petrifaction, which consists in a replacing of the di solved or removed organic matter, is slow, often occupying years. There is noauthentio instance of petrified flh, nor can there be in the nature of things. The object is a statue wrought by the band of man, and as such is wonderful in the highest degree. ' The material of which it is formed it gypsum, and was probably taken from some of the depos its of that mineral in the county ot Unon daga. When the statue has been raised frem its present place there will be a bet ter opportunity of examining the char acter of the ttone, of determining its re latione to existing gypseous strata, and of ascertaining whether it was wrought by stone or steel implements. " The statue lies on a bed of gravel and elay, and was covered by an alluvial formation of nearly four feet in depth. This has every appearance of having been formed after the statue was placed in its present nosition. As a work of art, it is impres sive. When it passed from the hands of the artist it mutt have been expressive and beautiful We do not propose any theory in re gard to itt origin. Much examination mutt yet be made and various compari sons instituted before any inch theory can be formed. We are informed that the ownert invite the most searching examination in regard to it, and we are permitted to say that the Regents of the University to whom inquiries of this character have been committed by the Legislature, will soon ajopt measures, evidently demanded by public interest, to ascertain and, collect all the facts which can be gathered bearing on the subject. ' '-' , 1 Jits Hill, State Geologist, ,' I ' 8. B. Woolwobtb, ' Secretary of Regents of the University. . " ' w ' Persons more than usually dead are frequently rescuscitated by the newspa pers. Wilkes Booth has been brought to life repeatedly, and there are donkeys who cling to the belief that he yet sur vives sqi will turn up sometime as large as life. A similar faith is inculcated in respect to Captain Lawrence Qrton Wil liams, who is believed to have been exe cuted as a tpy at Franklin, Tenn., in 1863. He is now taid to have been smuggled oqt of the country by some old army friend, and to have been slope liv ing in Cab, where he married a lovely Creole of wealth and high eociil position, of whom he has reoentiy taken leave to go and fight tbt Spaniards. Hi com mands a regiment of negroes, mounted on black horses, which makes a s u ly in colors such as would have captivated Rembrandt. He bat taken the name of Don Erneim!, and it a brigadier.- Sncb at least it the ttory. He is a near kins man of General Rjbert . Fori WorlJ a ' t At Chili. I idiana. last Sunday morn ing, two liuie girls of Join C. Belew, one thirteen and the other eight years old, got np to bnild a fire, their mother beirg sick and their father absent from home, and nsice the can of coal oi an eirl- eion followed, their clothing caught Rre, and both were to badly buroed that they died that night. Two shins the Strathspey and Frank lin Thayer hoend from Sen Francisco for England, with cargoes of wheat, were struck by cyclones ia September. J he Strathspey went down, bnt th i were rescued bj a ha, after eiposnre in an am, hn&t tnr diri. '1 be Thaver pat into Honolulu, leaking badly and itn oar cargo ruineo. m .1 . . m . a . loe oi is 6, taw pea-ion natieat aer gloves w"h diamond studs . I.4KOKST CITY CIKClJLATIOJt . UDress; (Roods, Iceiit,1, from Importer's open, and, offered for sale. I 267 Main Street. : Thomas Watts, who knew fifty lan guages, died recently in England. Tennyson has changed his abode from the Isle of Wight to Hampshire, Eogland. . The Princess of Wales it laid to be dying of a broken heart. OA north Carolina clergyman hat in vented a mouse-trap, tolu his patent for 111,000, and quit preaching. Illinois negroes in the vicinity of medi cal colleges, have their periodical panic about " kid-nappert." ., The Revolution beads an article, " Something Better than the Ballot for Woman, . We know what it is a b by. Some Cincinnati youths ttole the whistles out af a deaf organ grinder's machine, and as be knows no difference, tbey consider tbemselvet benefactor!. "A suit against a circus in Ohio devel ops the fact that the bad joket of tbt clown are paid for at the rate of 175 a week. The coachman who carried the victim! of the Pantin murder to the fatal onion field is exhibiting hit vehicle. He calls it the "fiacre of the crime." , ; Franklin's autobiography, In an Italian translation, has appeared in Florence; and is to be followed by his essays and a selection from hit letters. ' , A negro woman in Rickrord, III., has I gained a suit against the Chicago and Northwestern railway company for hav ing refused her a seat In the ladies' car. The Winnebago Circuit Court awarded ber $200 damages. In Dakota territory nearly a million aores of land have been taken np by ac tual settlers under the preemption and homestead lawa since last spring. Im migration continues, and among the late arrivals is a colony of farmers from Wis consin. The appointment of Austin Henry Ltyard as English Minister to Spain is a pleasant recognition of the claims of lit erary men to high office. Our Govern ment set a good example nearly thirty years ago by the appointment ot Wash ington Irving to the Spanish Mission. The Pacifio railroad, it it asserted, has introduced sharper competition in almost every department of trade in San Fran cisco, and the manufacturers of that oity have been compelled to discharge their hands, as they cannot compete in prioet with the goods brought from the Atlantio State. The city of Petertburg, Virginia, has voted $250,000 in bonds to deepen the channel of the Appomattox river from seven to fourteen feet, from City Point to the wharfs of Petersburg, a distance of nine miles. Cintraetort stand ready to undertake the work when the bonds are negotiated. The private papers of Berthier, whom Napoleon employed so long as his Chief of Staff, bavA recently been examined by a young French historian, who aasertt that tbey contain abundant prooft of the fact that Berthier betrayed Napoleon al ready in the fall of 1818, at which time he opened a tecret corrsspsndence with the allied monarchs. Lirge numbers of people gathered at the seashore in Eogland on the 7th nit. to witneit the extraordinary high tide pre dicted by Lieut. Saxby, of the English navy, at sure to occur on that day, on account of the proximity of the moon to the earth. Etcursion trains were run. and the inmates of publio institutions were let oat to witness the expected phe nomenon, bnt it did not happen. The tide was no higher than usual. A Chicago reporter that pictures a mar riage thert last week by Police Justice Quion: "Ai aged, decrepit man. shak ing witb palsy, and showing his loathless gums, stepped out as tbt bridegroom, and a blooming rustio damsel of eighteen took her place quietly as the bride. Bith were from Bement, Ogle connty, and gave tbeir names as James M. Liker and Mary Thomas, the young lady being the old man's third wife. Ai the ancient kissed the brid, in obedieooe to the in junction of his honor, there was gene ral groan of disgust." A would-be magician brought grief to hit aadienee a few miles from St. Liu is nn Thursday night last. A man named David Paradise, desiring to aatonish two of his friend, bathed his hands in oil and then applied tome iiaUmmable tub ttance to them, stole quietly to the ro.m and commenced tba necessary friction, to show two-bands aglow with fire over the beads wherein tbev Foster andTreal were resting. Unfortunately, the chemical combination dropped npon the bed, setting it on fire, and in attempting to smother the flames, Messrs. Foster and Tretl burned their hand pretty severely. The show was not a success. Some Christian pecpl la 8 Joseph, bavin; undertaken to reform the fallen women of that place, hare met with soma lacces. A few weeks ago one woman married a young man with the intention of leading a virtuous life. The 8u Joseph ri'o reports a leCQBi marriage as follows: "On Suodey night laat another was marrUd, Millie Williams, wheat) old kaanta will know ber no mora foraver. The ceremony took place at Mis Baaker ville'a, and was attend d by quite a number of persons, 11 er husbtad. a yoeog b"' worthy mechanic, Ukee his w;fa to K tnaea, where be bat arranfd to open a shrp. May be never hare cause to repent his thars of tha work of reformation," LlMlE. invoice in New It comprises 'goods will be RISE & JOHNSON, MAICFACTtlBIBS AMD DIALERS IV Tinware, Stoves, Grates, MANTLEH, HOLLOW WARE AND CASTINGS. jobbibs nr Tin Plate, Sheet Iron, Wire, ete. SOLI AOIITS FOB BUCK' I PATIIfT BRILLIANT Cooking Stove. THE BEST 15 THE WOULD. ETan'M Slate and Marble M ANTLK8 AD ENAMELLED GRATES. - WALLACE'S PATEBTT COMBINATION ORATES. OUR STOCK 18 VBRT LARGS AND eomplrte, and we are determined not to be nnderaold in any market. NO. 106 MAI1T STREET, Opposite Peabody Hotel, Memphis, Ten. JOHNSON, RISK ATCO., MEMPHIS FOUNDBT, urn ARCHITECTVBAI, IBOBT WORKS, MAIOTACTUBIBS Of IRON W0BK FOB BUILDINGS. Ornamental Iron Knillnsra, Feneva, Terawdaa, Baleoalea, ete. ALIO BTTPIBIOB Sad Irons, Doff front, Rub Walghla, Wag-on Bozea, Gin ajewrlnsr, ole. Brldce and R. R. CaaUnff. Office and Sample Room at Riik A John son's, SJ6 Main itreet. opposite the Peabodv Horl. V 9 A vaajgrU.f,aaBF OELE23n AT2ZJ Tfwllananlala and tlat of na oa of Flfl9n Cent Per Week. 1869. NO. 59. THE GREAT RED1ST0RE, Before buying elsewhere, price our assort g menYof ' ' - jl 5q cloaks. m SIIA.WJLS. 60 S3 Unsurpassed in quality and cheapness of prices, r THE CHEAT : r I . IP Jl T O .LHi H "3P 133 a. NOW 80 WELL ' AND PAVORABLT KNOWN, CAN SE FOUND AT ALL TIMES, together with a good asiortment of Heating Stores, Lamps, Tin-ware, Grates, Hollow-ware, etc, at .' W . . JUK E S , . j 888 Second Bt.) Uemphls, Tenn, Rooflor, C tittering, Cotton Brands tidenend J.fc Wark will reeelyo prompt attonllon. T S ! '""i"i-"fy yi'li'i" asalwala i O t ' Si Mfl Ctaoleo erocerlea. Tea, (j: 1 2 " 2 Ok Si ' . .. AMD J ' M M m a LIGHTNING With new and vain able ImDravewenU. ineladins thedouble front fire dour, fat ant eonvez top oven plate, vnt.lated ovea, hot air euam ber, which give it a large advantage a baker over any ether stave in th market. Ihii IS ON hi or TUB LAKGEsr 8TOVE9 in the market, having an oven 22 br 23 inches, with a twenty six inoh fire-box. The Stoves are WA K KANTElitoBAKK QUICK and KVKft, ANl MOT 10, CKo.CE. ,. . NEW ALASKA, stealer In BIotm, tSrasca, Tinware, , 838 . SECOND HTIIKKT, GALVANIZED IKOIST CORNICE fAnd Gncral Job Work Promptly Executed And Warranted. V.ff.. La ...t,. V. T-,1.. n.n. Tea W H flwwAai lwn Tl ITtwiraatM A Mtti ilaVtl ' ' noivii a irwi UIIHIVU V ewvuia vrvixvu, .1. M tWir.1. ! PORTABLE parllew wh r ne netag tH A JlPlO B 11. WliTTKH &; HTHE CHEAPEST. Dry Goods House -ISTflK-, 0ITY OF MEMPHIS. BED BLANKETS. PS t?2 wm:. frank, S30 Main street. BED STORE. THE n r WOOD STOVE With new and vain able improvements, inoludiDg the double front fire doors, pat eat eonvez lop even plate, ventilated oven, hot air cham ber, which give it a large advantage aa a baker over any other tov in the market. This 18 ONK OF 1HK LARGEST 610 VES in th mar ket, baring an oven 22 by 23 inches, with a trenty-iz inch Are-box. The Stoves are W ARLANTKU 10 BAKU qt;ick AND V JSN, AJNO HOX CKACK. Lamps, Cblmneya, Burners, Wieke, Ete vij niu, uivwuww v n uiawto) atvHiwvi a- OnAMPION. w'rs ealae an at ttr ator. ' CO., I nnel 13 leare Street.