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, TTWOOD A ANDBRBON, Oettea Feet a ano uommiasion Meronants, zw Front. l LLltiON BROTHERS. Hardware, Cut- a lory, inn, to.a jrront. . ' sTANK First National of Memphis. F. B. Us Davis. IWti Naw(on Fort. Vina Pras't. 15 LACK, BKUTUaK A CO., Cotton Factor! ami rroauoe Merchant, KM Front. BAKNIIJU, F. D. A OoTTWatoeea, Jewelry and Fancy Ooods, 2IW Main, earner Oo.rt. IlkLAUK. KbTKW a CO., Oottoa fuiH ul LLf uommission MnrrbanU. 11 Monroe streei. JapHAlO. H. U. CO., Bandi. Implements, If 1ATUULI0 BOOiibTOKK, HOW Heoond St., rv Kim., oiv main street, jetton vioc. AMFBRDAM UKOB., Marebaat 'i'ailora, atu Main itreet (Jjetnei doom, owjo ITYBANK. our. J .iiersoo and Front its. el.iJ.Tober, Fres'tt S. V. Hlrlc. Uoiniar. 0 AROLINA UFK INS. CO.. a: IV Mala I J, Davit, rres'ti w. r. stone, boo t. 1KNTIST8-J. B. ft Wm. Waigon. office mw old gtund. 5 8 Main. Alton Memphis Dental Depot, fame ifa a ELLIOTT, J. O., M. D , onion, lfil Baal ttreet. Prug Btora and nMMONfj A SON, Boaka. Stationery, Mw VJ uinea. eta., 10 Jefferson and 3SI3 Main L nORD,NKWI0N.C0,.Groeri and Cot- ton factors, it union, bee nines. ( KAYHFH, MKO. h Importer of Cican , a and dealer In Pipes, in Overton Hotel. fJOKPEL. L HO HOLD, agent, dealer in Or- gans ana hmmi rianos, sit mam. ft KOVKR.ft BAKKR'o 8BWIN8 MA.- CHINKS. 818 Main street. II KIN RICH, P. II., A BKO., Confections. Fancy tirooeries, Liqnon, etc.. Hi Main II OKUNEK, THEO.. Druggist and Analyti eai unemist, m ana rm Deal. eor. eeenna, ,KROY, J , Merchant Tailor, 17 Jefferson "street, D'twen Main anu rront streets. r ITTLBTON , K. A., A CO., Insurane Aa't, i a -a niMinoni 1H AKONIC MUTUAL LIFK ASUKANCK Asociation. Memphis, Kn From st CORK, WM. 11. A CO.. jobber! of Dry unoos ana varieties jmi mi siraet. UriHlMAN. BIRD A CO., WATrmifAfKM. FINE WATCHES AND JXWILRY, ii a main. ' cUOMBS. KKLLAR BYRNES, Hard' ware, Uo.tlery.eto.. minima wain. o RUILL BR08. A CO.. Hardware, Cutlery and Agricultural Implement, mi front, LANTKKS INSURANCIt CO. OFMKM - nhU.. cor. Marliaon and Second. J. Q. Lonsdale, Pres'ts David H. Towniend, Vice Prea't: Walter A. Goodman, 6eo'y John O. Lonsd-le. Jr., A t Beo y. ODK9TA A CAZASHA. dealers in Confeo- i tinnorieii, etc., Yfa m am. oor. r ortn woun. IHIKSOOXT, 0. F. A CO.. dealer! in Coal l nil, liamin, Hoap, etc., wjentnni ireet. ICE, bTIX A CO., ,11V Main, exolnjiTe wholesale aeaier in ary eoonu. 11 OSENBAUM A BROS., Coal 1X1, Petro Oil. etc., wnolenala and retail. 1V4 wain, NTKAM DYKR8 AMI CLBANKRH H anion A Walker (lata Hunt A Hanson). 4 Second street. rilRAD KRh, Cotton Factors, 324 Front strait. Ja. Thirty years in mmbpiii. IriKRRY A MI1CUELL, wbdesala dealer! M. in Boots, rjnoes and Hau. i2V Mam street, rKEDRN BURGU, K. V.. Inioranoa Agent, 22 Madison. 1 ARD.J.C, Clotbinic. etc. Resident Part- nprtiartnwnlta,ii''wiBrnari. in man (City Election Notice, nTlE followinir parsons are hereby appointed I L Judges. Clerks and Deputy Commissioners, Ko open and hold an election for Mayor, Alder- snen. t;ounoumen ana otDer uiuuers, m viv- kided by tbo new city charter. '. y ( (Election Thursday, Jan. 6, 1870. at Ward Xorth End l HaTjr TrI Deputy Comnilsidnner. Nnt Miller: Judsrei, Jas A Newxon, J E Randall and J J Powers i L'lerks, W J MoKoon, jr, and F T Atwood. Bil Ward A W, J. rhase's Ford Store, ropiar atreea. ( n,tml rommisainner. W J Chase I Jlldies, ' H Bridirsa. K W L BBtbarn an Charles Hmiib ; Clerks, 'I bos Fox and A K Kdciniiton. til Ward-At"qnlrRfprana Offlee, oaiAuntwaaireri. - v Deputy Commlsplonar. T P Adam"! Jndgea, Elar: Clerki. Thoi Oarrey and W W eilbart. wnn.iwarci. w j marveooauu ut u r iwu- fab Ward-AtSe. OS Hitdlaoa atreat ISPepntyCommissionar.O W Lincoln; Jnates, Ik T Lacy, P M tUanle..d W B Greenlaw DilrV. Doniol Kirwin and A Holbir.. t Ittth Ward At Room 96, C'lrenit Cossrl aiouacv s , ; rtn,. t Pnmmlaainner. ?f 'Eoairfiner: .,,iAa n.n hntith. 1'beodora Hoist and D B Mallorys Clerks, J M Coleman and Michael ImaKevnoy, jr. 111 Wrd-At Waldran Blorb, Mala treu IJi B Child', i U piormni ana kj a vnuiou; UJIerks, Kamuul Moore, jr, and W H Clark, htls Ward At eor. Linden and Can7 lb alreeta. P Doput? Commissioner, 0 C Jones: Jadai, IVV U Mowart, lnomns ll UOgwoou nnu wuu hoseue; Clerks, F Foster aad-W T Vandyke. Htb Ward At Volorrd Chords An fninej ai.rei Dspnty Commissioner, Wm Tata: Judres.D Mnn.rrt. D Pante and T Modeoy : Clerks, U D Stewart and Kutene Levi. lltri Ward At eor. Kerr and Flf tb aU. Deputv Oommission'rs, J D Danburyi Tudires, W B Glisson, C M Wardif and Jebn Knox: Cierks, J U Handwerker and F C chener. both Ward-At Africa Bailey Ifbnreb Dety Comml'sioner. WFBoon: Jndras, n V i.nonv. W C Kllii and Jas M Williamson: Clerks, Aucusta Biaien and John Quinlaa. WkMHiH,ir, not snltHbla nlacoa to hold the election in the place desisma'ed, the Dep uty Commissioner and Jndgas will select one as close as possible.. Commlfsioner of Registration for Shelby Co. Solid Silver floods For the Holidays. ' Te KcrTlce, Pitchers, Oobleia, . ii p, Spoons, . . Forks, Ladles. Solid Silver floods Of every ityle, at Eastern I?ricos SOLID SILVER GOODS, In fine Leather, Bilk and Velvet boxea; just fjV CSTAXTI A I GIFTS, Consisting of lea Cream Seta, Creaan ana nagar Hiaaaa, Fickle Dlahea, Berry, aellyj Preaerre, fin car, Rail and Moalard Spoonat i lee Cream, Cake, Fie and Flah Knirea I rhlldrra's Knlrea, Farka, Rpaana, Cnr-a,ete. i MERRWIN, BIRD S'tCV JKWKL.KIIH, ' OIOO t7 WA1M WTWKBT. mm A50 FLASTERV BAJiK OF, Memphis, KOTICB TO STOCKHOLDERS. Hiaraii, Sovtmbar 1,1869. The Board nf Director! bare oederad aa la ,tadm.nt ef Ua per aenu pj the bhanhjd Cariial ofthiaBaaatabapaidaoor betorethe 'it;ii,uw B"U S. P. HAD. Cashier. ' T " , ... 1 1 ' By E.? WIIITMOBE. VOL. IX V ; V The : f M PUBLIC LEDGER. the POBtTO LDfli ii cubliihad .very At ternoon (exoept Sunday) by US. W IIITJIORE, at No. IS Madison street. . , , - . . The Prr at. in Lirtnaa la served to Pity rahscri- bers by faiihfal earrien at FIFTKK& CKNIC per week, payable weekly t. tho carriers. Br mall (in advance): One year. $8: six months, $4 : three months, $2; one month, Tj o.nta' r i ' i ? llewstiealors supplied at 1 oents par eopy. Oommnnlcatlons ODon suhieots of roneral In- tarast to the pablie are at all times acceptable. Haiaoted manascripu will rot d return ea. . BATES OF ADVEBTI8INQ : First Inasrtlon - ...II W per iqnara Subsequent Insertion! .. W " " For One M'eek... 8 00 " " For Two WsskirfMi4iMM,iMM For Three Wwkt 6 00 " For One Month- .. IM " " Eight Unas of Nonpar.il, solid, aoutitnta a square Dlsnlaved advertisement! will be charted ao- eordins; te the arid eooupied, at above rates there belnf twelve lines of solid type to the lnoh Notloea In local column Iniartad for twenty tents per una tor eacn insertion. Special Notioea inserted lor tea cent! per una for each insertion. Notioes of Death ana Mamsses, twenty oenti per line. To regular advertisers w. oner lupenor ln dneement!, both aa to rata ef eharcas and man ner oi displaying tnetr lavors. Advertisements published at Intervals will be charged One Dollar per square for each Inser tion AllMlla for uvertlslnr are dna Whan con tracted and payable oa aamana. oa.AU- lettars. whether nnaa basinets Otherwise, snuat a aaaresaea to - ! D. WHITMORB, Publisher and Proprietor. Conaclence-Strlcken-Cairlana Sry 8ome week! aeo Jacob K. Bear, lele- Eraph operator and expreaa aeent. at Brownsville, Nabraska, absconded one nibht witfi C12.000 left ia hii hand! ai acenL He directed a letter to the paper of tbal place, Biatini that there were ninety-Dine obance of Jul arrest to one of his safe escape with his plunder, bat fat Ibat $12,000 he would take one chance n a hundred. Ha wrote : " won t ims ffair nf mine make too a nice little local ilemT" . ' When the compaor learned ot their Inaa thpT at once set active moaeurei afoot to caotnre Bear, bat failed. Lately, however, be baa aent another letter to tha Brownsville Advertiser. Ia it Bear atatea that lnisea in eamblioK led bim to coitmit the tkefu Ha itatea that one of tha packagea he atole contained 13,600, and writes: " Hut tha best matured plant often fail and so eomas the most incredible part of mr statement The packets of JtfflOd wai soldered no in a cioe box the exact size of the package, and I also had biut one thousand dollars besides mat. It Is natural to sappoio that I was very much excited when leaving, which was true, for as I was retting into skiff my loot slipped and 1 dropped lue dox con. taiainir the 8G00 in the Missouri river. 'Io conclusion, I will ssy this: lam where I am making money fast, and be fore lb expiration of ten years every dnllar nf that monv will be returned o the United States Express Company. If die. mr life is insared in favor of the United States Express Company for an amount greater than they bare lost. "I ask the sympathy ef no one, but I am already fearfully punished, not know tie what moment 1 will be arrested tor mr crime. And wnat tnen r meniaie prison, or sniciae, u ipreierii.' i wm Iso state wny i wrote toe note iu uui- ladar t Calhoun in tbe braggadocia style that I did. I wanted to kill all tbe ova and respect mat my wna ever enter tained for me, and thereby lessen tbe sorrow and anxiety that she might feel for me after she became aware of what I bad done. You who have op to thia time thought or imagined what a luxurious fa I am, no doubt, leading, are lor once iannnninted. as I am one of the most miserable criminals on the face of tbe arthr .. Harry With Ilia Bearer Tp." Harry Moss the veritable old Harry- failing to profit by past experience, and remaining clear of tha impecunious shoals and quicksands of journalism, has re tamed to his first love- The last nnmber of the Miuippi Democrat (Yasio City) contains tne valedictory of Mr. Garnet Andrews, jr., and the following characteristic salntatoriel effusion from the . original, genuine and only Uutj Mos. ; Salutatory. I have been employed at considerable expense by Mr. McGialy to edit this paper, and I mean to do my tmoit for bim to get bis moasy pact on the investment. I have no favsrs to ask advance of a ' generous pabiio, lor it has been my experience that all tbe ap probation I ever got from any 'generous public 1 nao w wora ur. . Haest Moss." An industrious miner in tbe Mariposa region made 110,000 ia a week, aad loal it ia one night at tne gamine? table. An other man aays: "I had 117,000 ia dust oa Monday morning, and when Saturday igbt cam I bad to borrow lour oiw ve buy a loaf or bread with everj ceni gonal" The Hon. John Morrlssey says be in tends to have lbs finest private residence ia Saratoga. ollilW II I II V ) ttrjSSSl Jt & MEMPHISTENNESSEE. MONDAY EVENING. DECEMBER 27, "i ' 1 i ii r. I, .1 I Cheapest Dress Goods in the 5 ARE - A.T if '" '".'.1 Venrlahlp an the Pacific Kailway An Acquaintance Begun In Cali fornia Hlpena Into Marrlng-e Tbe Knot la Tied In Cleveland. From the Cleveland Herald, December 18 A singularly romantic ffir was brought to a felicitous termination in this city on Saturday. A brief interview with the bappy husband developed the follow ing circumstances : Some eight years ago a gentleman named Patton, with his wife and daughter, tbe latter being about thirteen years of age, removed to Cal fornia from Massachusetts. He was a industrious, enterprising man, of limited means, and sought the golden shares o tha Pacific in, tha hope of bettering his fortunes. ?H went to Sacramento City, wbere be foubd ready employment at hi trade, that of a builder. By a judicioas investment of the little means he took fJJ' f , . 1 witu nim, in a tew years ue oecame tue possessor of a nice little property valued at $10,000 or $12,000. Bat adversity came,. and a fire swept away mora than balf of bis wealth, without a dollar of in sursnce. S)on after this, be was killed by an accident while at work, and, by a singular fatality, his wife follewed bim to ths grave in a few months. Meanwhile the daughter bad grown to a comely dam sel of twenty-one. There was no laok of admirers, but she found no suitor to sui ter.-' Left alone among strangers, she longed or the boms and friends of her childhood, but, dreading the perils of an i ocean , voyage, she; waited until the Pacific railroad should be com plated. Converting into , money what remained of the property of her fathe amounting to some $6000, she procured a through ticket to New York, and started on her long trip, courageously undertaking the journey alone. Soon after leaving' Ssoramento, however, she met by chance, the usual way on railroad cars, our informant, a young gentleman of prepossessing appearance, whose fea tures bore tbe impress of virtueaod cnr acter. His borne is in New Jersey. Hi bad been t6 California on hnsinosx con nected with tbe property of a deceased relative, and happened tD fall in with Miss Patton npon the train. An no quaintance sprang up, usual Rt first, but soon ripened into friendship; and nho consented to accept him as protector and escort. Cupid seems to have been bent on making mischief from tbe hour of their meeting, and with frenb filled aulver kept nn a persistent target-prac tice at their' hearts. Day after day, as the tram rolled on through tbe mountain fastnesses and ovar tbe great plains of the West, tbe little arrowy god never tor a moment forsook them, and they did find it ' "pleasant ' Riding on a rati," . Matters were brought to a focna in somewhat shorter space of time tban Mrs. Grundy assigns to wooers; but both were fullr sa tuned, and tbey determined to take a life ticket together. Thinking it weald be a neat surprise to their friends, and having that sublime i rj rl i f fersnce to the opinions of others which is such a distinctive peculiarity of the American character, tbey decided to ston at Cleveland and have the hymenial knot tied at once, ibeyarnvea oy tne afternoon train on Saturday, and baying but few preliminaries to arrange, within a couple of boars the twain bad bern declared one ia the most orthodox man ner by one of our squires. Ibe night express east bore the happy couple on their wsv. We have briefly given the faots as re lated to us, and our readers will agree with as that tha affair deserves to take rank as on of tbe prettiest romances of the day. ' , , Joe h Bltllaga Paper-Female Re- snarae. Dear Girla. are vn in larch ov a hus band T This ix a pumper, and yo are not re- quirnd tew say " Yes" out loud, but are expekted tew throw your eyes down onto tbe earth, si tbo yu was looking tor a pin, and reply tew the interrozatory with a kind of draulin aigh, tho vu Was sit ing an oyster, juice and all, off from the half shell. Not tew press so tender a theme until it bekums a thorn in tbe flesh, we will presume (tew evaid argument) that to are on the lookout for tumlhing in the male lias U boost ya np in the np hill ov lire, and tew keep bis eyes oa tne britching when ya begin tew go down the other side ov the mountain. ' Lit me giv yon sum small chunks ov advice bow tew snot yure fewter hussband : 1. The man who ix jelloua of every little attenshon which yu git from sum other fellow, ya will find after, yu are married to him, lavs himself more than be dot J a, and what yu mistook for solis situde, yu will diskover has changed into indifference. Jellusy isn t a heart dis ease, it is a liver complaint. .' ' 2. A mnstasb is not indispensable; it ix only a little more hair, and ix a eood deal like moss and other excresaences often dot the best on tile that won't raize eenything else. - Don't forgit that those things which ya admire in a phellow be fore marriage ya will probably bav tew admire in a husband after, and a mnstasb will git tew be very weak diet after a long time. 3. If husbands could be took oa tnaL at Irish cooks are, two-thirds ov them would probably be "returned; but there don't seem tew be cony law for this. Therefore, girls, ya will see that after ya git ft Ban, ya bav got tew keep bim, even LARGE8T CITY riKCVJLATIOX. THOSE - JOEIJI COIX9 267 if you loos on him, Corsr quently, if yu hav got enoy kold vittles in the heuae, try him on them, once in a while, during scouring season, and if be swailers them well, and set be will take some more, be iz a man who, when blue Monday cums, will wash well. 4. Don't marry a pheller who iz alwuz a telling hew hia mother duK tbiDgs. It iz sz hard tew suit these men az it iz tew wean a young one. 6. If ayungmankap beat yu playing on a pianner, and kant hear a fish born playing in the street without turning a back summeraett on account ot the mu sick that iz in bim, I say ship him ; he might answer tew tend babe, but if yu set bim hoeing out the garden, yu will find tbat yu have got to do it yurrelf. A man whote whole heft lies in mosick (and not very hefty at that) ain't no bet ter for a husband than seedlitiz powder; but if he luvs to listen while ya sing sum gentle ballad, ya will find him mellow and no soft. But don't marry eonybody for jist one virtew, enny quicker than yu would flop a man for jut one fun It. C. Itizoneovtbe most tuffest things for a female to be an old maid success fully, A grate menuy bez trieJ it and made a bad job ov it, Evryboddy seems to look upon old maids jist ez tbey do upon dried harbs in the garret, bandy for sickness and therefore, girls, it am l a mistake tbat you should be willin to , swop yourseii opn wun some trew pneuow for a hussband. The swop is a good one. but don't swop for enny mai who iz re spekled jist bekause his father iz. You h:id better be an old maid for 4 thousaud years; and then jine the Shaker. Uian tew buy repentance at this price. M ) woman ever made this trade who didn't git either a phool, a mean cuss, or a clown for a huf shand. 7. Iu digging down into this subiect i find the digging grows harder the further i mt. It is mutch earner tew inform ya who not few marry than who tew, for the reason there iz morn ov them. I dou'i think ya will foller mi advise. iflgiveit; and, therefore, I will keep it, for i look upon advise as i do upon castor ile a mean dose to give, and a mean dose to take. But i must say one thing, girls, or spile. It you can find a bright-eved, healihy, and well-ballasted boy, who looks upsn poverty sz sassy as a child looks upon wealth who had rather sit down on tbe curb-stun, in front of tbe 5th avenue hotel, and eat a bam sand wich than tew go inside and run In debt for hit dinner and toothpick one who iz armed with that kind ov pluck that mis takes a defeat for a victory, mi advise iz tew take him, body and soul snare him at nnst, for he is a stray trout, of a breed very skaae in our waters. Take bim, I ssy, and bud onto bim, as hornets bud onto a tree New Torlc Weekly. Laura Eeene has been trying ber hand as White Lady of Wickloio. Mr. Soihero was playing Dundreary at the Theater Royal, Dublin. Miss Susan Denin was plaviui? East JLynne at tbe tioyal 1 heater. Hamev. England. '' Hash," dramatically interpreted, is a favorite dish with the Sin Francisco- ans. A breach-of promise case in Detroit turns upon the question whether tbe de fendant intended, by inclosing a leaf of rose-geranium to the lady, to osetbe lan guage of flowers, in which esse the iono cent leaf would have said, "Thou art my choice." In a case of marital separation in Cin cinnati, the plaintiff addressed the Conrt: "Judge," said she, "I can't love tiat dar nigger; he kicked ue iu deribsouce until be loosened all my inside, and ben dat occurred my affection for bim vanished." The goose that laid the golden egg has been discovered in California; at least it is recorded in a Sacramento paper that among the contents of the gisstrd of a goose, killed for the purpose of fur nisninc a Thanksgivinz dinner to a fam- ly in Folsom, were found several speci mens ot virgin gold of tbe aggregate value of eight dollars. The manner in which De Ltsssps won s wife was a very ringular one. He sd brought to ladies in France a great umber of Jericho roses, and was dis- ributing them at an evening party. He stopped befor the yoang brunette who is now Mrs De L., and said : " It is not in my power to make this rose bloom afresh everyone knows tbe legend of Jericho roses, but express a desire in accepting and I swear tbat it shall be accom- lisbed." ' "I desirs whatever- yon lab," mnrmnred the young girl. Well." said De Lessep', "I wish yon to be my wife." And she is. G. A. T." writ?s from Washington that there is a plan noder consideration to put the President's business offices, cretanea, eto., in tbe new Department ef State when tbey get it and shut np the White House altogether for mere pol iticians and bob-nobbers. Mrs. Grant complains that she has no privacy at any time, and tbat she might as well live oot of doors the boose bing full all tbe ma of office-seekers, informers and ea- osity hunters. Tbe plan is to make the new State Department the Pati ent's workshop, and convert the White House into a grand nalle d reeepeum. entirely a private residence, except whea the hcepitality of the Chief Magistrate is to be exercised on Friday night. EEBIjEE. City Main Street. RISK & JOHNSON, BUNUFiCTDBERB AND DULSES IV Tinware, Stoves, Grates, M A. IV X L E N , HOLLOW WARE AND CASTINGS. JOBBERS lit Tin Plate, Sheet Iron, Wire, etc SOLI AGENTS FOB BUCt's PATKHT Cooking Stove. THE BEST IN THS WORLD. Evan'8 Slate and Marble M ANTLKH AND ENAMELLED GRATE. WALLACE'S PATEBTT COMBINATION ORATES. ADR STOCK 19 VERT LARflB AND J eomrl"tr, and we are determined not to be undersold in any market. NO. SOB JfAtTT STREET, Orpo'ita Peahodr Hotel, Memphis, Ten. JOHNSON, RISK & CO., MEMPniS FOUNDRY, AND AKCHITECTCBAL I It O If WORKS, MASUFACTURf RS Of IRON WORK FOR BUILDINGS. Ornamental lrost Railing, Fence, Verandas, Balconies, etc. ALSO SCPIBIOK Bad Iron, Dog Iron, Saab Weight, Wagon Rose, Gin Uearlng, etc. Bridge and B. K. Caatlng. Office end Sample Rooms at Risk A John son's, i Main street, opposite ths Feahndy I?ntol. - 21-WI OBLlUBriATia Tratlraoalala aa(t;ili of aaaae of Fineoi. Cental Per Week. 1S69. NO. 100 It IIasCorac ! The Silent Florence, Beverslble-Feed, lock-stitch Sewing Machine! TT makes four different stitches. Its upper nd lower tensions are self ad jntin, and therefor, dive no trouble. It fa. tans the ends ot'saams itlf. J this every attachment that ether machines have, and eone they have not. Do yon with to set the eheaneet and best T Then see tbe improved Florence before you bay., It l sold on monthly pavm-ntf. OflBce.Saa 1-11 stain at. 97131 MOUfPKUNONOS. Ofi (fn PCTTPPKRNOXO. FLOWERS, U,UUU Tender Palp, Thomas and rjusar irapo plants, one, lo and three ytarj old, well roouu, ror sale, no Tints win ne sent nut tho.e of the best quality, and the trne charae torofeaoh (rap. Is warranted. Circulars will be sent nn application. All shipments by Ex press will be marke. " C. 0. 1)." Order left with B B. Barnes, No. 285 Maia street. Memphis. Tenn., or snt to us. will be promptly attended tn. B. B, Barnes recently wrote to as: " The 100 vines purchased of you last February, not one died, and some of them crew twelve feet.'' Address. ELI IS A CO.. Wt 12.1 WbiUvllle, Columbus eo . N. C. THE E" -tSL sr AND 23 Xj -L O 02L NOW SO WELL AND FAVORABLY KNOWN, CAN BE FOUND AT ALL TIMBS. together with a d assortment of , . Heating Stoves, Lamps, Tin-ware, Grates, nollovr-ware, etc., at T . fe . JU li ES, 3S8 Second frit., Memphts, Teun, RooOnsr. Sntterlnsr. Cotton Brand prompt attention. 1 fPilp5r-Ki WM.DEAN&C0. 8 1! IS? Wh.ln.il an! IMI Choice Groceries, AID PROVISIONS. w tic r - 11 a- Notice. . Orrirs Mxurms Qatoso Oas Co.; 1 Altx Bdiloiso, cor. Mais amd JitrriKSog.i THE BOOKS FOR SUBSCRIPTIONS OF KUick are now open at the Uas Office. By order of the fe-t nmHt'ti"tiiwl"ni. parties who are now aalagrHAHPloa trl. WKTTKll V Grand Opening of Tne NEWORK DOLLAR STORE! 5 W1.'1, vea "n FRIDAY. December i ' " W, 1M9. No foods sold on opening day. onrnmenoiiia-on fatoreay. The stocx Is direct imports-ion by steamer "Union," and comprises the following goods, vis : . ' L . - . ! Ladlee' Dreeslng- Caaea, " Perlmnerjr Baxca, " C'ompanlna(lnrnlHtie4l), " Work Hoxex, I rochet " Portfolios, Albania, " vVatch Ntandx, with globe and without. 7cnf' Walking; C'Aiira, Meeraclianni Pipe and C lear Holder, in raae. 1 adisa and G'ent I'rn-kalvea. A complete aaaortiiirnt of Parlor Game, Aeeordeona, Flnlenn, and other mnalcnl inatrnruvnla. A complete ateelt of A No. I Extracts and Cologne. ' A lartre and varied stork of Hair aud otbnr Itrnsht a. A ! l1 aloeta of Toys, suitable for holiday prraent. Tho Public of Mrmnh!f and victniv nrn nnr. dially iuvited to inupcct the stock bufnre rur ehssins r'sewhern. We will be plrased to wait upon the lsdirs ard gentlemen examining our goods, feeling ronfiJ.nt that, with ths large and varied atsortmeut of cur own importation, w fltnnot fail irivlne sa'isim tion. Our go ids will be sold less than wholesale "'. , 287 Main street Second door from Sfadtson. 01-li and General Job Work rill receive 3-t m e e a 5 K ? is e : ? a If H M a N w H o 1 o M p W a BMlmla Teas, MCEtLEXCE ! IXOS ItWTt .8IMPLICITY! HOME WASHER Save' time and Tabor, works ea'lv, and is durab'e: wahes the Bneft fabrics wild no wear . or teir: wasrastidthi BssTWABmta kxtast. Alwav. in operation at the wur.room ol the Bom. JlapofACturi. g ( o., 2Tii ocond .'root (Ayrs Block), Memphis, t'tnn ! alo US N. ' Fourth street, St. Loutf, M. Ordors by mail will r';ive prompt aiteoti n. Local agcnui w.nted in every town and coanty. Cioihe Wrimrers, wholesn'e aad retail. rnntv iinrt St .-f ri-h'fnr ,. sa 105 AMPION van keaeea at ear store. I and 19 Hoar Btrrrt.