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DIRECTORY- & business, houses; AKDKR80N WATSON, Cotton Factors and OommliiloB Mwchtnt-. ii Front. ATXWOOD t ANDERBOW. Cettes. ?eetr and Commisalon Merchants. 2V4 Front. ALLISON BROTHERS. Hardware, Cal ler, nni, ete.. 170 Front. ' BEAOH STJTHKRtAND.' Agent Wil son's gewlng Machine, W Main. - B ANK-First National of Memphis. 'J. 8. Uavs. rr t; aowton torn, v toe rrw t. B 15 LACK, BROTH KB CO.. Cotton Feotorl lug rroflnw mgrrowiit rnini. ARNHM. F. D. CO.. Watehes, Jewelry and ranoy wonqa, on main, pwim v,pi.r.. BEUHKR,J.F..PreotloelCntterand Tailor. Repairing and Meaning done. 857 Main. B ATES, E. P. CO., Cotton and Tnbeeeo Factors and Uamoits'n fweamMtroi": B LACK. KSTE! at CO.. Cotton reetom an Communion Meirnina u wonTwnnnii, C RAIO. R. . CO., Seedi. Implements, etc.. 87V Main ilrwt, J amnion piooa. CALHOUN, NEVIL8 CO.. Grneers. Fae tort and Qommltti-n Meroh'ti. IWj Front. CATH' LIC BOOKSTORE, SOB Beeondrt near Monro. W.J. Mansford. Pryr. 1RAVER, W. E., Photograph flalleryu Main street, Clark' Marble Block. 1AMFERDAM BROS., "rehiit Tallow, 280 Main street Bethel Block). 51-138 c ITT BANK, cor. Jeffemon and Front sta. : c iLKAVES." 8MTTHWfCK 4 HATCHER. Booksellers, rrtntcri, pinnere. jqj miu. AROLINA LIFE INS, .CO.. Jl Main j M. COHKN, M., Hat! cleaned, dyed, prened and trimmed eanal to nwi S84 Main. CAVANArOH.P.H.. OLOTHIOCI.IAD,BirmD. AND NJtW WOHK M AUK TO ORDEB."1 . , HI M STB1T, DENTISTS-J. B. A Wm,. Wearon. offlee old itmd, S8 Main. Alo proprietor! of Merophii Dental Pi-pot, naa plane. D 'CKINSON, WILLIAMS 0.. Cotton Factori. ii rroniinm ELMOTT, J. 0., M. D Druf Store and Office. 161 Bealitrcet. - ... FJMM0NS A BON. Booki, Stationery. Mac A aiiiiei. eta.. 16 1 eftre and 93 Main it W7DWARD8, J. D.. Dealer in OjtUn. Lake JaJ Ficn. etc., rrnue oi mih.p. .n ow.um F I0RD. NEWTON. 4 CO.. Grocers and Cot ton Faotora, 17 union, ue nun. FORSTER, KKALH0FER CO.. Grocers. Cotton yaetow. Com. Mewh'ta. W Main. ORATSRR. GEO. L Importer of Cigars M and dealer in Pipes. In Overton Hotal. GALBREATH. STEWART uu.,t;oon Factors. 11 Union. Stonewall Blook. GOSPEL. LEOPOLD, afont, dealer In Or n. and Knabe'i Pianw. I7 Main. gnvm A BAKER'S SEWING MA- Q CHIH EB. ail Win nrei.. VlAflE A f IBU KR, Cotton Faotera and Com- M minion Mercnann. wr t ronv nrxmi. ILb. JOHN r. CO.. Ootton .fBtora ana MB CommiMion Merebantl. mc rroni. 11 UNTBH, HVH' M. 0. MiiHiwryt Fooy UOOaH. ClO.e .41 snmiu ilKlNRlCH.P.H.v Bw-!wSJnJ1nir II jf.. ttrooTie.I.Ianart, t. B4 Mail. HoSRNKH, TBE0.. DruCTiftand Anaiyu Wil Cinmlrt. Mand WBeal. cor. Beoond. "10 UN SON, J. K. ? , luoowjora to Kan ) Johnion. Ootton Faoton and CommUilon Meronann. fAMfcS. J.M. CO.. Groeera. Cammiiiion Merobantn. ew., w rmm 0HNB0N. G. D.. DrusfUn, 168 Main, iwa doomnortn oi UTunw nuui. I ONKf, BhOWN A CO., Cotton Fjotora and t Uomni'pwion roerooann. i" rrv LtlN A bKO., Wh'')eale Liinr V"!?' NGD0N, W., dealer in Ciar and I To- OAttDALD, OT1. Agenti Bu Loni! li Matual Life Tnraranoe Company, 41 Mad- Uonitreet. Kit William. Blook. . . T EKOT, J . Iranob Tailor, 17 Jeffation it , b'tw' en Main and Front treeti. IT I LhXON, 11. A..AC0..IiiinxanAt't, It M Madtiinn. f INKHAIlKRAtlttO., Manniam.ur.rewm li dealer! In Boot! and Shoe. alH Swnd. 1I MUTUAL L1FK AsbCHANUB OOKK, WM. H. A CO.. Jobbor! of Dry Good! and Varietifl 9M.iartrt. K JUUHE8 a NOKTON. Cotton Kaowri ana Bm. Commimion Merchant! 818 Front itrwt. M EMPHIS BANK, oor. M ain and Madiion, J. J. morpny. rreai.i n. n. nunn. It AL0N THOM AS A CO. UnoeoMori to ill Connimham. Wicki A Malone). Cotton Fnetori tna Qommnion jriemnanu. i mm tKKlMAN. BIRD HOu llJL WATOHMAIIM, . FINE WATCH K.S AND JIWILRT, AI9 iTl Ain . ill O'. OMHS. KhLLAH A BYKNK8, Hard ware. Coilry.ec.. 3 and 3M Main. M- OHHIM 3. I. "The Batter." Fran eioo A Wigion. 807 Main. Peabodr HoUl. mTlliSON A TlTUf, incwinwr! to.Titni A i Co., Ctt"n Faoton and CommiMion Mer- ohanM. 10 JeBron. o WKN. McNUTT A CO. Cotton and To- hnoco ao'r!. Le i"'"t fcHuU.L. BROS. 4 t'O. Ilaruware, tannery If and Agricaltnra' Impli-mwr.U. H Front I" pLANTKtlB 1NSUHANCB CO. t'F M.H.M phi, oor. Melion and hfoood. J. u LoniMlal-, Piei'ti Dai4 H. Tnwniend. Vice Pr.!'t: altr A Gomlman, Beoyt John G. T I. Ir . A..'l 8Wt. I ODESTA A CAZASSA,daler in Louies- m . n-a Ai.i Mnin l.nnrt. IRK8C0TT. O. F. OO.. aeaien in vow Oil. Lamix. 8oap, etc.. 40 Jcftron ttreet. Il'iWfcK. J A CO.. Mechnt Taiiori. W I Bacnd It. 'Cloth! and veminaa on nana, 11 TiaSKLL'S PK1VATH IMFlKMAKl, fl ft ortn unun irm. U" UOTKS. VANC'K A CO., Outton Factora, Coiomi!ion and Forwariint MerchanUl A t f r lale ot Huana ; rrnnt. rur. mv U8K. M.. hole AentHione' loaio sjrup. v Cmeaehilli. NoccainofAT. WMam itreet, onraer WinchesU'r. It 1CK, BT1X A CO.. iill Main, exoiume wftoleiale doalera in arj au'. 08KNBAU VI BK08.. Coal oil, Petro Oil. eto.. wholeiale ana rataii. m m..u. jCTKAM DYKRS AND CLEANKR8 -H uaoon A Walker (late Hunt A Uanion), W!M iTU. J. FLOYU.Ootion Faotar and Com- S miminn Metcbant. Tt Front BimwiH ........ - i KKLK.J.AJ.AC0jCmMiii.inn Maroh't. Grocen and Cotton Faotora, 168 Front it. P ierr. (innn, ete . Sewind. Adami BWk. !J M IT H. N EKL AC )., CotU.n, Commiialon and Produce. No T Monroe it fIlAVLO,RADFOK A CO. Cotton Fao- m. tor ana nw vyujiu . 1 Afnma .treat. , . . T RaDKKS. Cotton Fae'on, JS troLtllrett. Thirty wri in M'mphii. fiKRKy A MllCUt'LL. who'ejale dMl.r! 1 i"Rt..Khoe..nd Hti.3Min itreet. ri.A ,Uli A KUTI.ANU, Wroowi. Cotton 3- Faaoriand Commit n Mrch t, .tf4 front in Wine, LiiiafcrOi.ar.. eto.. i4 Front. ITbTdKNBIIBGU. 1L V.71ni'aaaffaAant, w riLlSt-VbSKWINU MACHINES, olfioe .H W ain (Hrect, np itair. ILLIAVIS, . W ., tfucceior to Cole ' ' mi : . On I Cniina Faiiton and Commin'oa Merchant!, ilj Front, w Tli ATO.N A CO.. (ajh onabl Hatleri and Forrifi. remorea ' r-. airiuuKH. fc. 1. BG , CUjO Faon and iTan'l" C. mm I n M erct u. ttf Front. TaTlU R D. A OO- wholesale and mail deVferin 6id.nd Fi..;ec Fer Hiu.r.. trait Tn. Arn'l Imrl , 2ii Main. tODK I, f FACi,., dealer, in Carriaei. Kcc-. eto . r.t aiin .-. itc.'.lvai.ia.at Part ttn.rt.Sil MMI tier QwKbwtUf itimi . t a i U I. .C ' T)nii"n'.(. JtS. Drvtfit. Hn.TSe- i.n vtMhinrton.DdPnUa.- r-l'HMi A BRoTHKK, Bo-keifcr Mfcf t By WniTMOBE. " VOL." IX: ' ' MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE. TUESDAY EVENING. NOVEMBER 0. ,;.':;t:ia orsKoi .mi. 4A e.t2U"5J'.' ik i ii I i iPurchased at a discount of thirty per pent, from Importer's -. - .York City daring last week, is now open and offered for sale. 5ASi uVK03 A Scotch Plaids, Reps.: Royal Poplins; etc.; etc."' Many of these not l intn jrv'fM'S f?''. v. f i ... . .-,ti..:- ; uiu dill ICjaO t4fc.!:...v.i.W..4.r .--."" . - ... ....... ,...(, ".!T) - i , f ' -.-. . tUBLIC LEDGER. r ,i -st rTi ) U ".'.It 5!f ?r ' The Poblio tKDeii U Dubiiihed ererr Af ternoon (ezoept Sunday) by E. WIIITMOHE, at No. It Madiion itreet- , . . Tea Pnai.in LanAB. li aerved to City inbiorl ben by faithful carrier! at FIFTKfcN CKNTC par week, aayabla weakly te the carriere. I By mail (in advance): 0na.year, $8: tlx monthi, U t tnrei mentha, $3 "one menu, 76 oenta. i. ... ...w-a ....-.-.' i hawidealen inppUed at 2X oanti par copy. ' DoaininntAatlnn. nnon inhleotaof reneral in- tereat to the publio are at all timea aooeptabla. Keieotad mannaonpu will mot na retnrnao. BATES OF ADVERTISING s Vint Iniertlon....M mII 00 per iqnara ui M " Snbiequent Iniertioni r or una w mk.. , I 00 For Two Weeki 110 00 IM, " A t tar Three We.lt For 0n Month. I Kit ht llnai of Nonpareil, lolli, eonitltute Knare . . . DlmlaVed adreTtltemantl will be charted as- aordini to th.arioa eooanied, at above ratet there kelnc twelve linea f lolid type to the iaok Notlaea In local eolnmn intarted for twenty anti per line for eaoh insertion. Special Notice! Inserted for tea eentf per line fcr each inaertion. i Noticci of Death! and Marrliiei. twenty enta per line. . . To raanlar adTernieri wo offer superior In ducement!, both as to rate of charge! and man ner of diiplaying their favora. Ailv..nienti nnbllihad at Interval! will bo oharged One Dollar per square for eaoh Inser tion. All Mil. for advert! lint are due whan eon- treated and payable on demand. All lattan. whether nnen bnnneM or therwiie. voit be addreeaed to I E. WHITMORB, . Pnblitber and Proprietor. MFlom Tloa"-Prlne Ifapole'e , . i naocra. , t , i The Pari Pay of the 20th of October continue! ite anacks on Prince Napo leon, aDdjastifieiitf coodaet in the mat ter by the following reaioni : ! Whathaa been, eince the establishment of the imperial mooarohr, the attitude of theEnperor's ooniin? It bat con tIADtly beeo ambiguous end hostile. - By bis act! end hii language he has en deavored to obtain a popularity to the detriment of the imperial family and the empire. - He has applied himielf to creating a party and isolating himself completely Irom the elder branch, in or drr to render the titles and the advan tages of the younger mora conspicuous. Residing ia the Palais R'yal, he. hat tuund within those walls ot nobappy memory all the too famont tradition! of discord, disunion, atd especially deser tion. And the Dukei of Orleaot teem to have had a mischievous - pleasure in raiting op in their own palaoe againtt the - Napoleonio dynasty an beir to tueir own ambition and culpable rivalry, in the per sen of bim who it already called Jerome Egalite. Therefore, for our selves at well at for the major part of the Bonaparlitt and conservative parties, Pjince Nipoleon is now and henceforth outside tbe pale of the empire. He Em psror what a bitter mockery I What has he done that he should dare to hold oot hie wriai to the imperial eagle T 'The oame of Napoleon it not one easy to bear. To bave merited it he should bare mounted to jhe ataanlt of tbe Malakuff when he was in the Crimea, taken part in the days of Magenta and Sjlferioo wbn he was in Italy, and closed around tbe Emperor whtn the revolution recent ly broke loose, to cover him with his body and his intelligence. Qi all that what has be done T Nothing, lias b" joined the people in their demands? Has ha lanterned himself with their aspira tions, desires and wiihetT Noverl . f ever such a miefortue should t BJict t ranoe we would break our peo rather than serve such a master. Let there be no doubt on the question of hereditary succession. Par ns that priooiple is only moral and materially possible on condition that those who pre fit by it shonld not be re pugnant to tbe country they are to govern- Madmen like Cbrlei Jl , or emasculated princes like Liuis XIII., could- not in our day succeed tbeir fathers without all fraooe rising np lq drive them to tbe placet most fitted for thtm tbe one to a lonatio asylum, tbe other to a hospital Hereditary succes sion it a connect pased between a country and family. The former gives its fortune to manage and its honor to preserve, and tbe latter promise hon esty, eoorage and intelligence. ' We are do looger in the te when Trance the property of a raoe, like a farm, to he transmitted from father to ton. A prince doet succeed to the crown solely because tbe throne it vacant; Francs must ratify the in btrilance, and nniverial anflrage must proclaim whether tbe reigning family has deserved or lorfiitd its claim. Taat Ihougbt trar.quiliis ot with respect to Prince Napoleon, and the chance be may have of tilting on tbe throne with tbe nam pf Ntpo'eoo IV- Ltt him come forward apt topsult tbe aatioa. The army will reyerep jts aran at a rfual to accept bim; tbe clergy will tlose their ebnrtbes as a rgo of mourning; and Wf, Bonapartistt from tbe commencement, we will Ntoluiely bar the way; for remember those words of NHJ0 . which bind all hit hein : " My sptr.t will ie with my posteri.y only to long at they Ahall bar o other aim tbaa the glory and happiness of tbi French peo pis." 1 . - j( . . - . J i ' ' . r ... A Cargo of; 1 1 1 Tv P i A AlB - WJM.AA . w aAvawa ' " ' ' ., rr T . U I , ....... r ! ; "' '' i L t.i , i "!! 1 ", Wounded Honor-The Dnel Between Prince KoUernlcIi and Connt d Braumont,. .l , ..ii U ! Qilignaoi't Messenger of October 17th givat the following particulars of the duel between' Connt R. de Beaumont and Prince Metternich, Austrian Ambassador in Paris, which hat been noticed in onr cable telegrams : " ; Thit meeting it believed to be a contin uation of the affair of honor which hat already given rise to encounter! between the first named and his brother on tbe one hand and Visconnt Hallez-Claparede and M. de Maugny, and in which both the latter were wounded, the Visconnt danger ously, c In the present instance the ren dezvous chosen was an island in the Rhine, a short distance from Strasbarg, bat ia the territory of the Grand Dncby of Baden. Tbe seoonds wtre : For Count R. de Beaumont, Captain Visconnt de Orcet and Count fie Gauville, a member of the Jockey Club; for Prince de Metternich, Major - Count .Welser- tbeim, military attache to the Aui-1 trian Embassy, and the ' Prince de Siligan. Count R. de Beaumont, as the offended party, had the choice of weap ons, but acceded to tbe desire of bis ad versary that cavalry twordt should be employed. Not being, however, familiar with the ute ot that weapon, be confined himself to the use of the point, d after. parrying a few tbruttt from the Prince, , ne attacgea in nit turn, ana ran tne am bassador through tbe arm, near tbe shoul der. The duel, of course, immediately terminated, after lasting a few instants only. Tbe adversaries sainted each other, as ibsy bad done before commencing, but without exchanging a word. ; The wound of Prinee da Metternich, which had bled copiously, having been bound up, he was oooveyed to tbe residence of Mme. de Bussieres, mcther ot the Countess de Pourtaler, and who resides near Stras bore. I Ha will probably not be able to leave his room for a fortnight. The Parie Figart publishes the follow ing account of the " affair " : ; Prince de Metternich wished that the weapons should be sabers; and M. de Beaumont, although in the character of tbe offended combatant, and therefore en titled to the choice of arms, consented. Tbe duel took place between ten and eleven o'clock, not at .Brussels, at hat beeo stated,: but at a short distance from Strasburg, on an island in the Rhine, which belongs to tbe Grand Duchy of Baden. -The seconds were: For the Prince, the Connt de' Welsersheim, at tache of tbe Embassy, and tbe Prince of Saigan; for M. de Beaumont,' the Vis count de Orcet. captain of cavalry, and the Count de Gauville, a member of the Jockey Club. : When they had arrived on tbe ground the seconds arranged tbe preliminaries of the duel, which it was decided should not cease until the surgeon had stated that.either of the adversaries was i ncapac itated. The Prince attacked bis oppo nent eagerly, and according to tbe rules of the special weapon whioh he had se lected. M. de Beaumont, cn the other hand only parried, and, as be did not know tbe management of the sabre, he only made thrusts wi'h the point. Sud denly he fell on tbe Prince most furiously and pierced the upper part of his right arm through and through. Streams of blood guibed out from tbe wound, and tbe surgeon having stated that tbe Prince could not use hit arm any longer, the combat, which bad lasted - only a few minutes, ended. Tbe hemorrhage from tbe Prince't wound wat to great that hit face became deadly pale. Tbo twe com batants, who had saluted each other be fore the fiiht, did so also after it, but without exchanging a word. The Prince was taken to the chateau which Madame de Biiiieres, mother of Madame de Pourtales, occupies in the suburbs of S rasburg, Hia medical at tendants have decided that ho is not to leave his bed for ten days or a fortnight M. da Ueaumoot, it may be added, is the gentleman who, Boding tome letters in hit wife's boudoir, the tener of which dis pleased him, has since been answering ibem himself with challenges to fight M, de Beaumont has now been out thrice on this account, wounding his man on "very occasion, one of them, the young Viscount Clapsrede, being run through tbe lungs, and the latest victim, Prince de Metternich, having his arm slashed severely. H has an appointment to fight the Count de Fi'zjames, and an en ooooter with M de la Rdorte is in course of arrangement.- fhverel other gentle men remain to be oalled out, and one of the conditions of the meetings is that they shall be oootinnally renewed, as soon as Ibe woanded recover, until M. de Beaumont or one of bis adversaries be killed. From th London Newi, Oet, M. ' 1 lb his notice of the Beaumont-Mettcr nioh duel, since fought near Kehl, on ibe Rhine, onr Paris correspondent re ferred to a lady who was not named at being the titter of Madame La Mere chale Canrobert. Oar correspondent was io thit instance ia error, having en tirely mistaken the family relations of the lady referred to. Madame La Mare chale Canrobert has no sister, and ws re gret that her name should bave been im properly mentioned in such a connec tion. ' ", The Onrxd.f stone giant humbug old foe tSO.OCO. The proprietor re filled to allow a acieoltfis examination to be nasja, ! LARGEST CITY CIItClILATIOM. , ' .ii'UJ'iii - ... iiPress &oods, ' ili Jf OL i i T J- 267 Main Street. Pedis? e and Illetorw of Dexter-He . ( 1st Ilambletonlau. , ( To tne Editor of the New York Sun. " Sia: Tbe paragraph recently pub lished in your paper concerning Dexter, taken from the St. Jobnsbury Caledo nian, of Vermont, it utterly false. The discovery made by Mr. Cornelius Rut sell, of Illinois, was limply the discovery of a lot of monstrous lies. The pedigree and history of Dexter, is, in brief, as fol lows: He was bred by Mr. Jonotban Hawkins, of Orange county, in this State, and never was off his farm until the year that he was four years old, when Mr Hawkins sold him to Mr. George Alley, a well known gentleman of this city. Dexter was got by Hambletonian, out of a mare by American Star, and she wat out of Shark's dam. When the colt wat five yean old, Mr. Alley tent him to the late Hiram Woodruff to be trained, and in the following year he made bit publio appearance on the Fashion and Union courses of Ling Island. Hit incompara ble qualities were toon developed. An immense gift of speed, enormous bottom 'at a high rate, perfection of stroke, capi tal constitution, and the capaoity to trot equally well under the saddle, in harneae and to wagon, combined te convince the great trainer and driver that be was the " coming horse." , In tbe winter which followed Dexter'e first appearance in publio, Hiram Woodruff confidentially assured me in the horse's loose box at his own place, that he would make the fastest and best trotter that bad ever been known. This prediction has-been completely verified. Dexter has made the fastest time under saddle, tbe fastest time io harness, the fastest time to wagon and the fattest two mile time to wagon ; and it is my opinion that he ii capable of surpassing anything be has ever yet done, either in public races or trials. Mr. Al ley told Dexter to Mr. Fawcett and Geo Trossell, of Chicago; and after Trea son's death the horse became tbe sole property of Mr. Fawcett, who aold him to Mr. Banner. All theie facts are to be found in Hiram Woodruffs book on "Tbe Trotting Horse of America," and most of them are embraced ia the public turf records in the office of The Spirit of the Times , Not a link in the chain of testi mony is wanting, and not one ia weak. Then how can it be disturbed and set aside by a tissue of clumsy lies invented by an ignorant humbug from Illinois? Considering the immense ' amount of wealth invested in trotting horses in this country, I hold that he who fabricates a pedigree or attributes a false pedigree to a horse of such world renowned and glo rious achievements as Dexter, does more mischief than the biggest thief or forger in the United States. Very respectfully, j ,-aI .-.. C. J. FoaTiR, . r-- " - -. - 1 'Almost every thriving town of three thousand inhabitants in Alabama and Mississippi ie building a cotton mill. , s Mrs." StowB will fly from the effect of her second Byron piece to her Florida orange groves. The Kamschatkans eat toad-stools as a stimulant. It shatters tbe nervous sys tem, but tbey sometimes give 120 worth of furs for a siogle fungus. ' !Aa old lady makes, monthly demands npoo the Mayor fir the rent of the New York City Hill, which she claims as ker property by right of inheritance. Eioh , Government commission is called a bureau, because its members are all drawera of money and manage to get themselves up "nobby." Eotcrprisir g photographers in Paris have recently been telling photographs of the illutirious Hungarian, M. D-jak, at the Panlin murderer. ' The sensational dissenters In London, when desirous of an extra large prayer meeting, advertise that "no collection will b Un up." , A gentleman in Bran field, Peoria county, Illinois, obtained 4200 pounds of honey this year, from forty swarms of beer, an average of 105 pounds to each swarm, Mr. Kinglake, the author of the history nf tbe Crimean War, has lost hia aeat in Parliament because he obtained it by bribery, and he is threatened with acrim inal prosecution besides- A Western paper aaya "the Nivy De partment, as at present conducted, offers a problem bard of solution." Not at all, it is c"one by "the rule of three" Por ter, Borie and Robeson. In 1851, France had seventeen tele graph offices, and now there are 1701. The miles of telegraph linea have in creased during the same time from 106S to 2059 The Utah Daily Reporter wants Mrs. Stowe to come out there and write np some of the Mormon households, where high officials marry two or three of their own nieces. Chicago has two fat offices that make her local elections interesting. The Cmnty Clerkship is said to be worth 3,500 annually, and the Circuit Clerk ship, 105,000. A Professor Dodge is teaching illiterate Kentockians the whole science of mathe matics in one easy lesson for three dol lars. At the end they anderttand sub traction and be addition. " A child was recently born inBlandford, N. H., !tv has two grandmothers, four great grandmothers and two great-great erandmothera, and oniy two grandfathers, toot child I - - invoice in New It comprises goods will be . ' RISK & JOHNSON, i MAHUFACTUBEB8 AND DEALERS IB . Tinware, Stoves, Grates, MANTLE8, HOLLOW WAKE AND CASTINGS. JOBBIRS I Tin Plate, Sheet Iron, Wire, etc SOL! AQIIfTB TOR BCCg's FATI5T BRILLIANT Cooking Stove. j THK BEST IN THE WORLD. Evan's Slate and Marble M A N T L K H AND ENAMELLED GRATES. WALLACE'S PATENT COMBINATION GRATES. OUR STOCK 13 VERT LARK ND eomnl-te, and we ara determined not to be undersold in any marker. K. SdHMtlX STREET, i Opposite Peabody Hotel, Mempbii, Tens. JOHNSON, RISK & 00., i MEMPHIS rOUJTDRr, AND ARCH ITECTTJR AL IBOBT WORKS, MANUrACTURIRS Of IRON W0BK F0H BUILDISGS. Ornamental Iron Railing-, Fences, Vrrnnitan, Balconies, etc. : :'. , ALSO BUFCRIOB , Sad Iron, Doe; Iron, Kaili Weights, Wagon Boxes, Otu Uvarlns;, etc Bridge and R. R. Castings. Offioe and Pimple Rooms at Rik k John son's, & Main Street, opposite tbe A'eabndy Hntl. 2' ' t OELEBBATED O 33C AMPION". Trsllrnonlals and Use of names of 3b o Fliloeu Cent) Per , Week. 1869. NO. 60. THE GREAT Before buying elsewhere, price our assort- g mentof CLOAKS. -j SHAWLS Unsurpassed in quality , and ( cheapness' of prices. ," ' " - , ;; -w m . frank, V..,.'.. .' S30 Main streets . TIIE GREAT RED STORE. i - THE JE jSi.,SST O IKL IE TP IS ! , ..rr:-;.. 'and",:' l iB X-i' jSL c3l5L NOW 80 WELL Ain) FAVORABLY KNOWN. CAN'BK BOUND AT ALL TIMES, together with a food assortment of . , , , Heating Stores, Lamps, Tin-vare, Crates, Hollow-ware, etc., at ' T . JUKES', ' : 3S Second Bt., Memphis, Tenn. , Roofing-, Gnorln,Colton Brands prompt atlonlian LIGHTNING With new and vain able improvement. inoludiuK tbedouble frout fire doura, pat ent eonvez top oen plate, vent'lated oren, hot air euain br, which sivei it a large aavantase si a baker over any other stave in th- market. rhW 18 ON IS o TtlK IiAKOKSl' 8ToVE3 in the market, bavins an oven H by 23 inchee, with a twenty ii inah flre-bDX. The Stove! are WAtt KANIEU tobaKK QUICK and EVEa, aXi HOT TO CKACK. l 3 Cboleo Groceries, Tons, ! 1 2 ft ft at ". asd ii W m 1 &M PROVI8ION8.il I g ? 2 g '-JLlx w at -to rr7- , 5.' I as O ' " . , . I. : . ' : : NEW ALASKA, F0R2SALK ST . -' . C3r ES o m' "wr, sop T Dealer ia Stores, Urates, Tin wars, Lamps, Chlmnejs, Burners, Wicks, Etc , ." ' 836 HKCOND BTREKT, GALVANIZED I It O IV CORNICE ;And General Job Work Promptly Execnted and Warranted.; t ' Refer, hy permission, to John Overton. Jr , W. B. Greenlaw, D. Wintera, Arohiteef, an .1. M Hrvin. parlies who are new asiaf CHASPlO ' H. WKTTUH ttt Dry Goods House t.---'- - 'IT,:' yy.2 . -15 THK- i CITY OF' MEMPHIS. , " 1 1 . . -. .- RED STORE, C9 BED BLANKETS. FLANNELS. t as o snd General Job Worst will receive WOOD STOVE With new and rain able imcroveiaenti, including tbedouble , front fire doers, pat ent oonvex top even .plate, ventilated oven, hotairoham ber, which gives its large advanugeasa baker over anj other itove ia tbe market. Ibii LH 0NK Of , THE LAItGKST 6iOVESinthemar ket, having an oven 22 by 23 inchei, with a trenty-iiz inch fire-box. The Store! are W ARKANTKU : XO BAKU Q"1CK . AND jtN. AND HOT .TO CiUCK. 3) rail tt4 seen a onr stora. CO., it nnd 13 Xoaroo str-ea. Haia.