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FOR SALE OR RENT.
inrrci for uK or rait, the RESIDENCE
ocawkdy Dr. Bagby, satrf on ibe
staletCB Plane .Koto, ono-n uu
I . . miiIiIm trnnuBU.
in I III) limiU 11 nn-nKwt " 7
witfc an offlos, kitchea, servants' TMV,astL WJ?T:
iwMi.mw, carnage boum, ssaaro. 7
trutt shade and ennnwi, Ave , all ia perteet order.
Valualile Farm for Sale.
THK place lertaery xi'r 7," J
rain, aad store recently by Wm. P. Orae cop-
ii tmtBtac abNt 310 acre. situated UOTiontmj
il - . T. m- uu and a suite
aa t a quarter from the DH of the Mississippi aad Teu-
ih.s i a bjgtdy W locatloB-weJI lm"'
with good ssSiahtK, .table, crib.. cotton gtu.gtn
Bouse. IN every otk-r ooaUe WW--j.,,
The jrt.ee will ke W low tor cash, or tbort P-iwbu,
od ap!lioaUi to R. K OW, Memphlt, or W. P. ORJ.E,
at Late Ceruseriat, Miss. jced
If uottoea before, It will be
outer., .t Caurt Itouee doer. In the "1,2!
do. MONDAT, 2tth December next. aoTlHawtt
gg-ganwda PTet copy. .
1O,60 Acres Valnable Lands for Sale.
I HATS far sale. f tvertblt terms, one hatter ,
.! acre at the st lutd Ike wort,
the crii ef Crtwea., SR.
Wathiagtou, Heaiptted DJ Sf. Artanw. Tfcwe
were neatly enter! ! swaatp laads, and are exempted
to te mn from te ( emtry from taxatlaa.
Tkoe' who sit wits to rareat wiu cai; oa aw at Gray
x. A-k.,fra;Siit. brtw Xdbk h fartk pr
tteaUri. J- L- BARNAKB.
FARM FOR SALE.
A BSSISABLK Coaatrr Hoaw in Saetbr Oa.,
alC nllea f real Xempiue. aod 1 W Bute from Br
amaateOi Seaot aa 'he Xesanfeit aad CtarteatoB
.MxlanaC. aad FUakruad. and bet wees Sadar
I(a!e lltfh Seaool and Fore.t Bill Isstitate. There are
1M a?r of Land in the tract, ef which 18 acre are
rtwn-J. aad 25 acre at zood timber. It has a tt oa
Vrukie dwtlliati, aa erchard of Apaiea, Peaches aad
Pi a., aad iMTfr-faillnt well of Bead freettoae water. A
prrirct title crrea, aad payscnta aaade eaty. Pereoes at
atauLBce eaa cat aay iafenaatiaa tiny Bay rair, hr
writes ta the aadcriiaed. at Genaaawwa, Team., ar te
6. B. Locke, KaatanU.
aept dawtf T. HBBeiDON.
i OFFER for aah) the tract of lead oo which I
IrCSaaaw rertse, lor aitcea doUara per acre, three
f"TTi iiaadint dea.red. oac haadred aad forty-Mn
bUaaered,lyiBEeiht Bile abvee GaUagaeraad
tw Bin ef EMkr Depot, aeod dwettias beae, Cn
tiaaae.aad all ether aecesury oot hoain. I wU Ukx
a:twEd4iarpr acre Alao. 6 acre adjoiBtne tbe
...dtraot. lMacrecared. tbe batoace well timbered,
itLiBtwamUM of Hw aeid Depot. Pereoas wb-hlaeto
rarae, will do wan to call toga aad bar a barcaia.
1 S. T. TTMraROOK.
Bitheraf the aUm farm caabe had. payable waeo
Xt Karaatuata elected, with ar per eeatsraea.
eev3o.tf S T.-W
a V:itii5itoJe Plantation lor sale.
ON B.MAUT mi c Norm of lienrwaiown, on in'
KaMejh Moad, eoait!Df; tf 146 acre, lot) a
kwktoh a hi l ata ttateor cciutbimb, coouana-
.ate dwaHrae hoae eood ban a-d atabr. ad
other oat baildlazi ; eae wen of water aad tmall oretjard.
App-r W the aberaer at herauauva, ivob.
K. X THOatrSOX.or
aorS-tf 1.. THOVPiON a. CO., Jfeaapati. Teaa.
The Best in the World
f i r w Lma l.p t h,M wkd wisfc to aercaaf
' OitT Property, or kaadajme Conn try Hetidce
oil the mburb. Oo Htm of tee latter caa be
d a a aVeoaeoce. ready for oopauB
Terjr. ItaeTal, aad Utle aaod. Apply to
ONE VALUABLE LOT,
TRON'TIKG 1M feet on Elliott and M9 on Ha
hUBC, befwwa Xaia and Shelby trortt, 300 feet by
1IW infBoenUT larxe lor I oar wu-aear uc
.Ssntbern Denot. and wia be told ataMrgaia-
Ooe-third cadi, belaiwe in 6, 12 16aadl moeths. Ilea oe
thf property for deferred peysKBt.
Matt. XITD Jc BKO., or JOOX BSOWK, at aata
FOR SALE ON L0XG TIME.
WE oVr for ulr, oe ka; time, the loUowinc
a well located city and country property :
Xisht aero (cart of the Carr tract 4 mue
. f ram Conrt Saaare. oa tbe Vorth tide uf Central
Arenae. VTet of aad near tu the madanceof Boa. Jadee
virrii Thii L a mat heaattrol bnlldicK tile for a
eonntryrcidenae; the froat half u la woodt, the Wet
haif chaired, aad 1 a coodnch toil
One let on PapUr itreet, part of coaatry let 565, SO by
IIS feet oa the coraer, and 19X feet Uey raaatm
th oarh toBschtace ttreet.
Ob toten Iiehaafe strret, ImaiedUteiy ia the Tear of
th ibo-rr lot, 10 by MS 4 feet.
One I part of let Ko. 2, Noct 38. Caeaey atreet 0
t is5 f.t, neprvred with good twe-ttory rettdetioe of
tut room;, eHtara &e.
Two lvU. No. 1 aad t, UeHc 46, coraor f Beat and
Saotry. wjth a tmaU Sreeey Hoate oa the corset; a (eed
t taod tor baaea.
Tmw Oae-foarth eath. or Bote at ninety dyt, rati'
1 actorUr mdor I. halaaer in one. two cad tare years,
wit boat aatareit.
Pur farehereartaCBlarf, eaeaireef
Xo. X Clart'e Marble Mock. 275 Kata u-t
A X0U8K aad LOT, between Madtiea aad
Ooart rtreet, sear thexempeu aaa caanewon
ALSO, thi'tcea acres oi ST aad, wiihielH mile o;
Cocrt 8nare, with fair raroremenis aa :he tame.
FofeteioB of ettaer gtrea tmentdialcly Apwiy to
ocZi.tf GEO. DIIOK,
Xortaeaat coraer of Conrt Square,
I DKSUUC to rest oat lor the eNBtfts year a
tmaU fam of eighty acre, lyine; two mile irom
I'T CaartSoaare. This place hae a bunt aUty acre
.eleand aad the balance ia timber, a comforta
W iiiattaei with tree worn, titcaea, a- gf aon?n, aad
all ceeteary oat h aees, a good cmcra aac ortt fate or.
chtrd, at eeery Tariety of f rait. Per farther parties
lar apply at
oci- H. TOIUSWXK
A RARE CHANCE.
T nrpatt far !. oa favorabie term and at a lew rice,
1 my PLAXTXttOK of S00 acre of the beet quality of
Mi.iavipBi but: m lead, aU greatly atuve overflow 10
mile went at XraapfiW, on the piaBE roaa; iveacrrsor
amred LaaK aad a new oonDie-irame noae wna can
ab! emeae. Apply at tbe place to
PETER 1JCOKAKD, or to
-pT-U DAX1KL HUGHES, MeatphH
IHA.Sa tell! imprured place (or tale sear
aRaleieh mid'ay between RaleiFh and Union De-
reot. on the SonierTi.le rianK Hoed owuininK
-itm acre ana x recuse iae improTaawws
cm itt e.' a reHIa with fonr rooa;.. Htchea, taoae
lHinae atahan and a mill none ell new. It i a aVeira,
tie t:e for the ire who with U teenre an elleible huate ia
tbe TiciBlty of aac ecboolt. aod a goot and healthy
i Ulibiihtil There are tobecriptleas already ecar-d
to erect a few Academy within three qaarter of a mile
ofthepatee. The aeaee will be tetd for KM than tac na
prevtmaat at, aaatieatiea ae aeaoe goaa. Aparym
TT. M H TTOS.er
G B LCCEB.
aorM Aaetteaeer aad Real Betate Breter.
STOr.KX tram tbe nfddVnce of Thos. Hmore,
Irriac IS mar tolh of Hollr Spriwrt oa Friday
.wtrt Jaanarr 2d. oae SOKREi hukjk,
tium arr. auaa ia ise ns ey. J
mane ami fervta, newly abod all ronnd. branded oa one
of the fate aaonlaVri Irtter. not plats a aataral pacer.
If th aorte be retarned to me at Wyait, 31 1 4., tar atore
reward win be paid Abt iafermatloa concerning htm
win be t bast fairy receired aad IB). raUy rewarded
matt. XtM., Jan. C, 1697. J- SI. C rLVER.
T.AaTAWA T fret the salitcrtber oa tb lath oi
Jar laet. two Mecre Bey. RICHARD end NAM
Kaeberd i of darr. copper ceior, aeon amjiii
jernr at in. net a cr eeiweca we hhwi
cauted by a radac. aad another below the tnee. Oa
kne i aafceted by rheematiem. reaideriac him kac
knei-d. Sam i. a boat twenty .eae ert of age, weicb:
aoat lter 110 peaed. ha an tmpedlL.eat in taeech,
ir-mfc-ilae tt dtaacalt for him to expfi hiaweb: wbea
har-hiy aptkea to. Poreaead tew, and at dark: copper
en-or One li aad rid eettar will be paid to aay petMin
drUTerlng them ta me, living near Kerainc San, ftbeiey
conntr. Tmn.. or Ifty aoUars if eaaaaM ta Mil ta taat I
can ret them. O. FE1LD.
T ariLL rive forty dollar far the delivery B
of mv two tui&i at my aoare, crui jau e
that I can ret them. They left my preautee
the 9th ef December. 190 use at toe
hovti Ii blaci;. tweaty-ooe year are, wrMa aaeat
haadiail and nlnrt- fl-r poacd, a tear es hi rtht
cheek itae other 1 a bricht mulatto, aited tboat twenty
one Tear, he a downcait connWaance when tpoken to
aad I think it probable that he will try to ptsi Umtetf
off a fret ax. aite hat a baa aMtvery.
J. A. JflCKENBRKT.
Koecvawx, Shetbr ceaatr, Tenn. jal-itf
I x rtcidj-r to aa mwrlacntory decree ef the Chancery
X Conrt at Bipvr Teao . at it jMcrnroer Term, iiare, i
will reP, to the Uehet bidder on Mondty, Feb. 2d, 1837
ml tbe thmrt Hetnedoer ia the town of Ripley, a tract ef
Ijb4 eantaiaiLr eae hcadred acre, belonrics to the e
tate ef John Xalitas. Said land lies ,wttbm three mile
r tuatu ad hai aaat f of T acre cleared, fenced tad
in eattivitiea. rerr coed boat, ic TERHs One-half
rub, the balance en a credit aatit tbe flrt of n-mbcr.
; sew ana rooa spwht. am i'- uy n
1 . KSXXr H. RICHARDSON',
deeU-wdt Cleft and Matter.
-TTTE are agent tor the sale of tbe aasre GIN, aid
VV wewsepiefiedUBiv(ypiaa5ra. bcmiiu
ia. aad cn order anv tlta that may bedetireif.
- - teten a aamber of 9eod danfers at to tLr
Bperttr aaellty ef taeee Grot, can be fsrnlshed. Prepej
guarantiee given, aaa ernray.
febM-wlr J STRATTON. KcPtVTTT fc CO.
mac i atfaT 1 1 i it haviac taken eat letter of Admin
I iggkjhtaaiaB. the eetate ot the lato SOLOMON ROZ
XLL afetaa tadehted to tbe ettate are expected to
make liitmafllitr payment ; and all creditors are reqaeated
topveseattaeirdalmadaly antheaUtated; otherwithty
wiU be barred. E. L. ROZELL.
ct2$-w3m Adm'r f So'eaen Borell, dee'd.
" ESTRATSSHELBY COONTY.
TAKEN up by N. Ktrlna.oB tseviBaayti
, December. 1S6S, a BLACK HORSE, eight year
rem. i awa" "7. :
a few grev hair in hi frtbead; valued at
hf it dollar SaW Ragland retidet in tae mn t,ivn ins-
tnct tvea mae soutaeait 01 ateupnii
T.kea an by Thoma H.4tBan. on the 2th day of De
cember, HK, a BAT MARE PONEI", five year oM four
leet .even or right tecaet high, no markt or brand per
ceivable ; vetoed at thirty doUara SaMHleman rwldei
in tbe I2h CTrfl Dirtitct, eut eight mile from Mem-
TakeatwbyS P. Grererr. en the 3d day ef Jaaaary,
1867 aBLOOBBATHOftSE MULE, about thrrejreiri
ivVorrtrtrteea head. high, hat been reached and
' , v.. a aitii aad'tbeeon
iertfoTrvTr-d d'tx hamted doUara. 8aM rr-!eewe7r--B0ivtl
D-trlet, ten mile. Battel
. em. a Ike Oth JdVaf JlD.
f AwtK tjtfRRSC, HORSE, about "
fcemrn aa,ba Mir oa trs rJ-'---
CtSweiirh Cm Dittrtet. Bin. mile.
jUn;tr Shelby wenty.
FINE RESIDENCE FOR SALE.
dence kswwn tot HUr iiee, on the
r.air nmr w r . .
mens of land will be Mid with tbe ieoce. Apply to
meres yv"" . t rT nv rfMta.ir
THR tnbseribtr ofltrrc for tale tba tra:t of land
v. i iu HhfliM in TT.twiwwI rtinwIT
TcaiWMee, tbroatb which tbe ilempbi. and Obto
K Kiilrx! piff Silc tract roatatei aVaat tuer
tbeseand acr. Tho improve menu eeotikt oi a Bee
tram dwVnint. with ten room I, Bfrro quarter, inn
lwa. itables. a toe itrim and grift mill, rood erahards,
aBdadtheseoeitary aiproeioot fori Urre firm, or
can be cT!rientlr dvrid'd tato frr mt! tn. For
health nd fertility of wil tbl place i arpaMCd by
bt is tbe country. Fer rartner parttcatars apply
subscriber on tba preoUea.
decte-dawtf imit aiutrtmi
1000 Acres of Land for Sale.
mBK above tract of Land Is aitoated Is tbt conaty of
X Pycr, M the OMoa rlTcr, ten mites from Dyer-
bar;, aad wt:l be aold oheap far catb. or in icud:- tor
real eatate la tbe atty item pen. tw iBrroer pariKS'
lars apply to tbe aBderaltned, at ilcapbli, Teaa.
deczlawxm juh.ni r.Ai.
5,000 ACRES OF
HUE O0TT0H LAUDS,
In ColumLia l&te Bnion) CoHDty,
IX TOYVXSHIP 17, KANURS 13 AND IS.
TKBSE da- COTTOK LANDS are aaly mP
, , ik. v.it Siver. which ia naviettt e by
tuaraer to New Orleans aaeat half the year 1 bey ate
net an)ct to ererlow from the ilttiiJilprl other
. . .
GeeeraBteBt Tateat litre seen, eeuira ir "
above Lanut, m aich wtu ee tew oa rcawraaiac mm.
'WOLFE, DASH & F1SIWR,
SS Warren atieet, New Tork,
ertoG. B. KBEXON,
nov53-w2m Dercaeat, Oelambia Qeanty. Art.
I HAVE two haadred acre ci Land I with to
tell or rent, etfhtea mile from JlemphH, eae
ha:f a mile from tbe .Memphi and Charletton
s.ui ua aiaiaineOal. Nevil AaaeBeixh-
. . . . . . . - mMmv im hnalt Atur one
teTordre. tbe-aderrigaedtt O'ive BDefioto
eoaatv, Jji.s. rt.n. ,.
r'-niLLteifthetractof LaadoBWaic I Uve. in Tlp-
i pan uwiut. jam., - - ---r- - .
1 f?V e-. - 1 e....fc- nAttMB -.ltd L.C b-U-
TB DBulim W irmjiFvvi"-v.-- a" Kn
mo iwcom bottom ftDG upio - w.a --
a ,M .aa . clatt air COl.' ITAt Ml..
(OTCaB awWCr amraaira, duaa aaa e aa -
The iBiprovemtuts are ftod end aew, con ittin; of a
Dwcutnc non.e, am a.i mrora, j " . .wl
tractor lead. 1 have ae hetltancy Is saying i eae of the
beat ia North Jllwrstipai for rei'tat Ool ton. Corn er
Start, a the raage i Saeboth WrnLtr and Snmm-r.
Far parttcnlar abont the place, 1 refer to BirWn, B11K
C. Pefrai. Holly Sprbtgi, er to mjrtelf oh the premttes.
COTTON LAND POE SALE,
On Lonz Time.
i n-t, i n-r rwii T..d eo&taiBinr 11S8
j. , n.ivj , - ' '
sa rfew vfakr in tbe tocthwest
.corner uf ifaywooa coaoty. inw , n
v.? .wi iu,i.iD,nmMi lu mile irom Maton.
....i .iw.ni ik. l.c ,iiance from SttBton Depot. For
- i Mm. , v.. nnilr.lrned at Shsmn. TlBtoB
coaaty, Teaa., r tee hist at nil residence, near tafct
LBC. lMUUBWWini ,
aet!8-wtf J. u. MAOt.Ma.
Christeas, 1856. ::::::: Xcw Year, 1857
n. H AZIFSIAN Si. BROTHER,
No. 10, : : FHONT BOW. : : No. 10.
RATE onhanaamoatextenaiveateorfmeal ef raan
innable Clothiac for Winter ate, suitable for the
exquisite, the banneM maa awl farmer
ALSO, a larre tti: ot mru 11.1 owkj, i
. . f. , Ti. . c
Furt hermore. Gold, Silver and Plated Watches, both at
No diarae mad far rhowiBg their boedt .
H. C. CLARKE,
WHOLEtALE ASD RETAIL DEALERS tS
n rn , r to c i vn t? nvCJ
. Li X X MJ fA ilA. Ki.f a S ii uv&u
ft-.- , . . n m.nlrn a. V A I'n Wof TI C
aoie LicatHci liatirta uu vniiict, uugj,
243 aiAIJi STREET,
Union Block, Opposite Court Square,
OUR term, are cath, which reaMea r to sell at the
lowest price. We reepectf ully tolicit a rail from an
in want of Clothinc mayavaawty
SIANTJFACTURERS OF MENS'
ASD WHOLESALE DEALERS IX
Staple and Domestic Dry Goods
BOOTS, SHOES ASiD PLANTEIvV GOOD
JJR feciittiee this yar betag of toco, a nature we are
enabled to olfroor Fall and Winter ttock, which 1
nnatcaliy large, to the trad aad citii-nt gene ally at
the very lowett rates. Country Wtrchanli and River
Traaert ia particular are (araettly requested to tali and
examiBC oar ttoct before purcbatingeltewhtre.
SUtOK x. SEKSeL, tJ rront kw.
Corner Jefleros-tt., under Commercial Hotel.
NEW FALL AND WINTER
WE are now in receipt of our entire r Al-x, ana ir
TER STOCE OF CLOTHING, manufactured by ear
ownerd rexpre ly for thi MARKET and in rointet
ttmlt, nuiierit and ytertsiatuittp cannot e turpaitec
br anv HOCSK in the L'nifed Stale, and to whkli e
retpectiully invite tbe attention of
Ragland Overcoat; Trench CaMimere baslnesi
Catalonian " aiu, plain er fancy ;
Tatniit; French Doabli Xilled (Jassv
Cloak Coats, to Tanaatma- mrerani,pinoriac5;
tertals ; ftencntwneicjuaiic.atei
Devenahire Eteney Sacks and; mere Paatt, tolti ;
Overcoats; Harris' Double MiU Cisil-
AvaUacke OaaU; ' mtrePaat-
Lamb Skin Sack aad CaU- Steel and Otford Zlzed Cm-
Ionian; imere Pa ;
Si perdae Black Ctoth aad Flowered Cat Silk Velvet
Beaver Dre OverceaU; Vet;
Sarprraae BHck, Btae anetDiinwn-l Cst Silk Telvet
Drown Dree Coata; Teen;
Sasernne Black, Blae aadlFaacy Telvet Tealt, nw
BrewB Frock Coa't; , ttyle, with every olhr
Scotch Catslmcre, butinett varkty.
B0TS CIjOTHIKG, la all the preaaniBe tjle
Over 400 nit of NEGRO CLOTHING ;
BUTE 8ATINETT SUITS, lor Traaert ;
STRONG K.ERSET SUITS, for Field Hindi
OVERCOATS for Negroes;
IS 3b. i JC"t s?
la every grade, shade, tire, variety and price; aUo Fnt
nithtng Good ; Solid EgHUalher Trnekt, Valite, Car
pet Bag'., Umbrella. 3&f tvc. AH we aik it a fair ex
atalnatton of oaratock pad price,
SPIVET & CLARKE,
Dealers In Clothing at Wholesale and ReUll, No. 211
Mais ttreet. Union Block, opposite Court Square, Men--nhi
V VsaIaI A5i vi Via-: v ,
13V 2kIj3L.XKr ST.,
Cnder tlie Worsliam House.
THE tubtcriber belts leave o anneunce to hl cu.tora
ers and tbe citirene of Menu-hit that he hat retBrn
ed from New Tork with a full aurtment of most tales
did Good, which be i prepared to make up for cah on
bor none. tfi-v
TIN ANi SLATE itOOFlNCi
SVPERCESED BT THE USE OF
WEST'S PATENT GALVANIC CE3IEXT.
THIS Cement, by itt ixei-ouBdaction and galvanism,
prevent metal raoft from ratting and BQtoMertag ;
ad resists tbe extremes e. heat aid cold better than
anything ever inveatrd lor entlr roof f, or for covering
over old thiagieser metal roof ot toy kind. The wetrbt
heretofore attached to cement roof r Is avoided by the ne
of thi material, tt being much lighter than tin or thin
gles It l adapted to all kind of lioaeet, Satortttvp
roofs. It appearaace l like slate, beaauful alike for
the rich paVace or the homMe cottage.
The undersigned, having secured th right to the
State of Tenmttee, is new prepaied to cover old or new
roof f anydesCTipttm, or to repair etd roefs that leak
aronnd chlmaeyt, aky-UchU. batttrmeals, &c., at inert
ett notice; andwiU also tell rights to terrritorl, by
counties or towns, oa reasonable terms. The attention
of architect, builder, and the public generally, K Invi
ted to this Beating, a sometaiag better than aaytatae
be fore known, for cheapnett aad nsrability, It brtng Sre
and water-rroof . . .
W. 3 BENNETT. Proprietor.
Office in J. L. MorreB' Archl ectural Rooms, No. 10
Walker's Mott, MempM., Tenaeswe, where sample may
be aeen ; or addrett Box 687 post ofdee.
Of tbe many tectimonlalt 1 have, I win here submit
To Whom it may Concern.
This is to certify that 1 have had West's Patent Gal
viaic C-ment put upon a loot at my store, which here ta
le e leaked badly; but since the application ot this Ce
ment It bat been perf retry water-proof. I caa recom
mend It to the pnVc for all reeaag purposes, aad believe
it to be a rtermane&t axtare t Are and wattr.
JAMBS B0TD, No. 172 Maln-lt.
Memphis, July IS, 1866.
navtng exaralned jiampl's ef West' Patent Galvanic
Cement for RoodBg, and bavtag a kaewledgc of the ffii
Icfiai used ,n said rooflDC, we have no heiltatiaa In
saylag that we deem utd roosog eae of the best that hat
eemeanderoar observation, and wenld cheerfully re
cemra nd it to the public. It balag fire and waier-prooL
Stgned, John L. Morgan, Architect ; "Wm. Crane, Archi
tect and Civil Engineer ; 11. VlrgMtn. Carpenter; N
S. Brace i. Co.. Carriage Builders, Monroe ttreet ; P
Cockrell, proprietor Oommerdil Hotel; . A. Benton
Music House, 268 Main street.
Memphis, July 18, 1665.
Norton, Bradley t Co., tinners; S. V. athewt; Tt. B.
Wtcks, Birnard Stacnm; S. BastaMe; 5. R Malhewa
fihas. A. Wheaton; K. H. Brewster; C. H. Uenfeentx
. lu.Dnlt l.tf.r atMmtiAmt tjlehf.
QTracese. n . a , aibvs - . . ,
BaSato. N. T.; S C. Oase, Sap't Cart and BurMlng M
O. II. It., Detroit, jtta"s, " v-u..-
ajotm , r. laatfs, --- - ,
an ftiBro ; Gtge, Bmther & Drake, Trement Hoote
Sap'ri'ublle BBBdings, Chicago, IWnoit. All ot the
above name gtnuemen, vna uoi ' . ,
tbitCetaent. nd can testify as to Its MUltj and dura-
OTTON SEED PLANTER!
Thlt engraving represents an Imprevemret In
MACHINES FOR PLANTING COT
TON AND OTHER SEEDS.
Invmttd oV. A STEWART, ef Kentucky, nrsr
Patented July 1st, 1S5G.
- MANUFACTURED by STKKKT K. t o., ramw 01
iVl ondardPplrtre-t, MemphK
Orders for mtueri Ttnreo oj oiifii .,., ,
by GOODLBTT, NABKR3 Jc CO., No. 17 Front Row,
TERRS $20 CO. thep cost, Including the right to use.
Paid on delivery at tbe Shop. dtto-dtf
Premium Cotton Gins.
THE attention of Cotton Planter Is respectfully caned
to the above superior Gins, manufactured by K. Car
ver & Co., Katt Brtdxtweter, Mass. Under a recent im
provement, tbe Carver Bias are regarded as the best row
in genera! use ; their superiority needs no comments f rors
nt, as tnontandt are now In succcsstul operatlaa In the
We have on hand fifty Gins, embracing aa the different
iltet and numbers at taws.
Also 10 and 12 feet te.Taient bolts, washers, it, con,
Blete. all of which we offer to orf rtends upon the tunai
termt and time. GWTNN fc GIBSON,
N01. 1 and 2 Exchange Balldlug.
Memphis, Sept. 23, lS5t tt
WHITLEY'S PATENT. PORTA
CKARK & AVEBY,
St. Louit, Mo.
AGENT AT MEMPHIS, TENN.,
TTAVING taken the Agency for tbe sale cf the above
JCX Circular Saw Mills, I am prepared to fill aH orders
fr Mill, with or without the power to drlva them on
the fchortest notice
Perms wbhtng toparchae Mills, and also desirous that
they should be set up and put into operation, can be ao
oomBMda'el. We do ae wish to praise our own work, all we ask ot
perioas nishlng t purchase Mills is to examine our
work before buying eisewbore, as we lhlak they will give
b the preference after sach examination. Wearesat
kfied oar Mill win eaw more lumber, and In better ttyle
In the tame number of hours than any other Saw Mill
Persons wishing to purchase Mills will please addre:s
me at Memphis, Tenn. G. McLEAN.
Black Smith and Sheet Iron Worker,
Orner 0 Front Row and ntnehater-tt.,
. jrrrrT SECOND-HAND Boll'rs bought, stld
Jsff'Si and exchaogm for new ore,. Sheet Iron
MgS&-.work done of every description, inch as
x2ii&&&Qcbiaineys. Brichen. Fire Beds, Escape
Pipes. Condensers Fo ges,MetallcLife-Bt,andSleaBi-boat
Wort in general. Alto, Bank Safes, Fireproof Shuts,
Gasometers. Cn-terns. &c
N. B Boiler repaired at the shortest notice, and on
the noil reasonable terms. novlt-dawly
WATT C. BRADFORD.
1 O TlfJZ Crucible, Nos. IStosO;
X it IS Olrcala- Saws. 43 to 60 inches ;
300 Lbit. Nrwark Oetneet ;
200 ' Plaeter PirK;
A good ateck ef GtmBeittnt;;
Files ot a sup-Tier quality, all ttse. ;
French Bur MBI Stones, all skes ;
A large lot superior Betting Cloth ; .
For sale low at the Union Feundry, Puplar street.
GAYOSO SAVINGS INSTITUTION,
SAYINGS BANK & EXCHANGE OFFICE,
No. 26 Hadison Street.
t.,i,n..Am v.Tin.in Artnized under a charter
1 granted oy the General Assembly of the State of Ten-
1. now ready for business. The Dirtctor for the
FRANK M lMtllE, AUU'31 . iuux. ' 1
C. J. SELDBN, E. M. AVERT, CetMtr.
By the charter, married women and children may e
notit all oms 01 set les than $1 per week, iubect only
to their cuotrul. Interest allowed on alt oVnoslts lor
more than four months, at tlx per cent, per annua. Ex
eBeaMooNewToriaBdNewOrleaBi. Ooftecthi maie
and proceeds promptly remitted.
Memphis. Tenn . Dec. 7th, 1855. ly
Pur Miifi fntawln Rraudv.
THE nn4ertgned has this day received thirty cases ot
A Lyon prime OhU Catawba Brandy, and has
. . i . i ..i- . tttf f i. c ,ie nf this celebrated
bwh ihwih" .v. . - , ,
pare Native Brtady, whkh i strongly recommended by
. . . il 1U1.1..II. .llrant.nl.
payeiciaBS xor stimb mjuinui, iwmui,i.
a, it i tbe only purr article ot 1" randy to be procured la
tne unites outer.
del0-3a flnANDLF.R & CO , Agents.
Scotcli and Insli Wliislty.
rST nceived, by H H POTTER,
decl6 Maln-st.. 3d door North Woislum nonse.
Rope and Tvriiic,
- ONSTAlJf LT on hand and for sale by
CASPENTER AICD BUILDER
Shop on Madison, below Third-St.
TiOORS, Blinds, Sash and Frames constantly kept fo
I I -.1- Ia nrrler with dlsnttch.
Fartrcciar attention given to fitting up Stores, Show
Windows, saloons, sc.
Jobbing attended to, of any and all kind tin my line.
riATrnrmTinTOTi I7r'D7.- O
H.1N 1 Jliltr itiojii vv wx.ivk3
rilELON & FARUIS, Proprietors,
NEAR TnK DEPOT OF THE
Mississippi &Tenuegsee Railroad
fANCFACTURERSof Waiont, Plowt, Drayt, Carts.
JyL Wheelbarrows and Agricultural Implements gener
ally Also. Sash, Doors. Blinds, Mouldings, Brackets,
Casings and Base kept constantly on hand for tale,asj
made to order at short notice.
All kinds of Wood Turning and Sawing done on the
raos' retsoasble termt. We are also ding a general
Bnddlng Business, and solicit call Irom those Intending
to build, as we think we can do their work cheaper and
give b-tter tatisf action than any one else In the city. We
use the best and most approved machinery in the maau
ftetorr of our work, and being Iwth practical mechanic!
we can and will do on- work better and sell It cheaper
than any other establfchment In the city. To all we lay
come and trv us. We aMo lo Wrought-Iron Work of
every description make Wrought Shutters for Houses
fee. All our work is fully guarantied.
THE underlined are now opening at their NEW
NO. 37 FRONT ROW,
a goners' and well selected assortment of
Fresh Drugs and Medicines,
Chemicals ralnts, Oils, Dyestnfis, Patent Medicines.
Glassware and Perfumery, warranted to be fres and
i- ncine, direct f rm New Tork. wt lea are offered on ac
commodating terms. Call and Judge for yourselves, or
.end in your orders, which will be promptly attended to,
particularly those from a distance, snd the goods tent
forward without delay The patronage of our friends
and th public I rJpeetrnl'T tollcited to our newet
abHthment. at we fI assured we can render sattsfac
len to aH who rat t favor us with their custom.
Prescriptions ptt up oarefuUy at a!) how.
,bk4ji RLAtnC fc 7KRKTNB.
Adrancc on Cotton in " Traistita "
TnE undersized wW make literal ctsh adranceson
Gotten sblppM hence V. Liverpool via Nw Orleans,
consigned to Messrs. BREWER & CALDWELL, New
1 ork, for sal there in transitu. Forfurtberlnformation
apply to "WM H.HULL,
g. go Clark (tiro
ON the 1st June, 1866. the firm heretofore existing be
tween F. H. CLARK and A. C. WUBZACH was dis
solved by mutual content, F. n, Clark la charged with
the settlement .of tbe business cf the late firm of F. n.
Clark fc 0. H. CLARK.
A. 0. WURZBACH.
Thersubscrlbers have associated themselrtt together
rmdes: th Cm of F. II. CLARK Sl CO.
F. n. CLARK.
JAS. S. W1LXIN3,
OUR NEW .FIRM.
It affords me pltature to announce to my friends and
the public that I have associated with me my former
partner, JAS. S. WILKTNS, and my well-known assis
tant. THOS. HILL, nndar the familiar style of F. H.
CLARK & CO.
The new Ann will start with an rodent force In each
mechanical branch, the Watch dpartmentbeing under the
supervision ot Mr. Wllklnt.
Bto kftrllat all times of thelites t fashions, and prices
as lot. is the tame quality and style of goods can be pur
chaten In Philadelphia or New Tork.
I am thankful for the liberal patronage extended to me
during my fifteen yean' residence In Memphis, aad my
aim will be to merit Its continuance.
F. II. CLARK.
OUR aim has ben to keep pace with our growing city,
and furnish these who want Goods la our line with
good articles, and at fair prices. Onr assortment, for
years. Das been But lime tr any twnina onr Kastern
cities. It 1 more extensive this season than ever. Our
leading branches are, first
W'i-Ji we have every variety in general nse.
:aer with a large assortment made to our
order, which for neatness of style and tlrae-keep-
ing. are turpassed by none. In onr assortment
will be round tt Eight Day Watch and the Tteceatlag
Chronometer, giving ue line to a mtante ia the daik.
Our assortment !n this Imp . it kept fall
by frequent receipts of at' t- trfc styles, whether of
foreign or domestic pre- -..u,
W hare made thlt branch of our butints a ttndy for
yean, not only posting ourselves with regard to the dif
ferent anilities and merits ef tb different style and ma
kers, but ot the kinds best suitable to our market Our
assortment, for t number or years, nas been large, to
which we have recently made many additions of our own
Importation. We can furnish our customers with SHOT
GUNS from $5 to $200; RIFLES frm $10 to $100.
Alto, the celebrated SHARPE'S RIFLE.
DERRINGER and COLT, ot all sizes,
sorts; eat of the kinds in general use.
Also, a full as
SILTEE, GOODS .
Spools, Fetfcs, Ladles, with many choice Fxncy jtrticlo.
aVll Ulia iiUC.
SILYER PLATED GOODS.
Urns, Castors, Candlesticks, Tea and Coffee Sets, Eperg-
nen, Cake and Fruit Battels, spoons. Forks, Lames, ritcc
ers, GoWeti, Cups, Wallers, &c. fie.
OTJTliE 2T- "2" .
A fall assortment of Pocket and Table, from the best
makers, with a great variety of Fancy Goods.
OTJB MECHANICAL BRANCH.
AH kinds of Watch Work done In tbt most faithful
manner. Jewelry repaired, and new made to order.
E n graving.
Plain and Orameotal; Seals for Lodges, Courts, ke.,
ta any style , atencei 1'iitei or an sues.
Prof. Kemiiigton, Artist,
Embraces a suit ot rooms built expressly for the purposs,
and we are prepared to fsrnlsa onr customers with first
class vtctnrrt in all the various styles.
In building expressly tor our business, we have cm-
klned every convenience fcr the different branches, and
gieatly re need our expenses, which, with our .facilities
and theexttntlon of onrbusluess, enables us t teT, goods
and do work on the most reasonabl terms Goods cheir-
fully shown and fairly rrpn tented, ana -ae Invite all.
both buyert and the curious, to drop In without cemtnony
and extmlne our stoc.. We keep open house tor all.
o:tl6-dawly F. IICLARKiiCO
TjiE latent and by far the most Important Improve
meat In Photography Is the reeenuy patented pic
ture known as th SPnEREOTIPE, which Is not only
new and unl.ke any of Itt predecessors, but greatly su
perlor to all. The Snhereotype Is proof agalnkt TI3IE
Ain. and WATEn, aad for richness of tone, warmth of
exprtsslon and distinctness has ro equal in fact the II
lusles Is such that the picture, or Image, seems suspetd
ed In air, entirely independent of tbe back ground
for ibis picture we have the exclusive right for Mem
phis Specimens can be seen la our Gallery, where pic
tures are alo lasrn in tne varions style- ny our Artist,
who combln' the Chemist with the Artist, which en-
bfes him at all times to produce superior Pictures.
F. It. CLARK &. CO ,
dec2-tr No. 1 Clark's Marble Block
The Mississippi Female College,
TniS Institution will commence It Bext session on the
FIRST MONDAT OF JANUART NEXT, under the
Presidency of Frofestor Janie C. Dockery, who has been
called to that ehair, vacated by the resignation of itcv,
Wm. Carer Crane.
Competent teachers will be engaged fpr every depart
ment, and no expense or pains will be spared to keep up a
system ot thcrouzb framing fur all who shall enter the
The km; experience of Prof. Dockery at an instructor
ot you:h, and bis high character as a citizen, warrant tbe
Trustees In offering the College to tbe public as equal to
any In tbe South. Its ltcauoa on tho iilisl.. it.pl and
Tennessee Railroad makes It easy cf accest to an, por
lion of tbe country.
TheSteward't Department will be under competent
managers, and good board can be had at reasonable ratrt
w n. t. A. isiJU.-,,
Dov27-w2m Secretary Board Trusteea.
RIPLEY MALE ACADEMY.
rTI HE next session of this Institution will comraenc
J. MONDAT, February 2d, 1S7, and continue twenty
:. .ic-..-, under the care of Rev. AnsrR Morrill,
TUITION PER SESSION.
First Cits $ 8 00
Second Cle 10 M
Third ('!... 12 00
Fourth das 15 60
Incidental i 75
S3" No deduction f:r abr'.- -xeej.t for piatMcteil
The Trustees are happy to -uat they have se
cured a prrraaneBi teack-r, wl I row I be koewn reputa.
tlan of Mr. MorriH a- a. instructor of youth, they can
confidently receai-neiid this School to alt who wkh to
have their ons welt aod thoroughly taught.
Jan20-w3t P. T. GLASS. SeCy.
TENNESSEE FEMALE COLLEGE,
rpHE first sestoa ot this Initl'utten cemmences the
I FIRST MONDAT. f2d day) tf February. The aut
pices aie favorable Franklin ls.ne of the most pleas
ant and healthful town of the State. Tie Iiv. J. M
SIIARPB is President, assisted bya fall, ixperlenced ami
efficient corps of Teacher. Th College binding Is Ike
ornament of Franklin, and tcflaent y commodious for
two hundred and fifty pptlt. onr motto Is "thor
occhness. " Music and Ornimmtal Branches shall
not be neglected The Bearding Department Is conducted
by Mr. and Mrs SIIARPE, and eve-y want shall be tun
plied. For Circular and other "articular, address tbe
rresllrnt, or JOHN MARSHALL.
MARSHALL FEMALE INSTITUTE.
rpHE Fall Session of the Marshall Female Institute
JL win open oil 310NUAT, the loin Septembtr next,
under the governmentof Rev S. W. SPEER, D.D., Presi
dent, Mrs A. B SPEER, Preceptress, assisted by able
ami expenencea teaeners.
The Board of Instruction Is not ytt full. The President
will briogwlth Mm from Natchez Professors of Mathe
matics and Musk, who have been associated with him
for a number of yeart In that city.
Tb public are attured that every department win b
filled with tracbersoqutl to am in thee untry, that every
iDori win oe made to continue tne institute in the high
position tt has long occupied, and that no means will b
spared in affording young ladles every facility for acquir-
ins a proiouira ami an accompiisnea education.
The commodious and excellent building now In process
of erection will certainly be ready in every respect for the
reception ot pupils by the opening of the session.
Dr. Sneer is now lu tb Eastern cities f urnishlnc the
Institute with Furniture, AppVatus and Musical Instru
ments, all of which will be ot the best style and finish.
Bates ot Board and Tuition per session tho same as last
session, vis :
Tuition in Literary Department from $12 to $20 CO
Music, with use ot Instrument 25 00
Board, per month.... 9 00
No gentleman could conre more satisfactorily recom
mended than Dr. Speer, as an able lnstractor, a thorough
scholar, and a skillful disciplinarian. Sustalmd by ener
getic, zealous and industrious teaeters, and by an intelli
gent and enterprising Board of Trustees, tbe Principal
hopes to have i schoool worthy of -general confidence and
extensive patronage. An appeal Is r-sde to the farmer
friends and patrons of "old .Marshall," and to the pub
lic generally, for a liberal support.
aug!3-wtf J. J. STEGER.
SAINT JOSEPH'S COLLEGE,
Scar Somerset, Terry County, 0.
THE Annual Session of this Institution will be re
sumed on thejlrsf Monday of Sevteaber, 18J8.
TEK 31 S .
For Board and Tuition In English branches, wash
ing and mending linen, ana nse or rxa ana bea
ding, peraanum -
For Board (as above) with Tuition In Algebra, Ge
ometry, Surveying. Book-keeping, Rhetoric, His
tory, and the nse of the Globe
For Board (as abere) with Tuition In the Classics
and Natural Philosophy ,
For Instructions on Piino, with use of Instru
ment per annum......
For Instruction on other Instruments
Stationery, Bocks, Medlcists, when furnished, at
To those who remain at the Institution during va
cation, an extra charge win be maoa or
j A. , i-resiarnt.
C" Refer to Rev. J- V. Dalt, Memphis, for further
SliOT J0iTr?Tloc m sizes, for saJeJBr
seplS HANCOCK k OLABS.
SWAIf & OO.'S LOTTERIES.
Capital Prize $50,000.
THE following Scherre wilt be drawn by S. SWAN &
CO.. M.n.zeri of the FORT GAINES ACADEMT
LOTTERY, of Georgia, and tho SOUTHERN MIL1TART
ACADEMT LOTTERY, ot Alabama, In each ot their
Lotteries for zeoruary, ib07.
O Xs Jl. S5 JS O .
To ha drawn In the City of MOBILE, Alibsmi, In
public, u SATURDAT, February 7th, 185T.
To bt drawn In th City ot Atlanta, Georgia, In pntkr.
on THURSDAT, Febrcary 13th, 1837.
To b drawn In the city ot Atlanta, Georgia, in public, on
SATURDAT, February 23th, 1657, on tho plan of
Single JYmnbers I
3.2GO rErlssos : I
More than Ono Prizo to Every Ten
TUIRTV THOUSAND TICKETS !
1 Prleo ef...
... $50,004 l
1 " ...
1 " " .. .1
1 . .
1 " .
i i -
I 4 ...a. .1
10 000 1
8,0 0 Is
6 000 i
3,000 is ,
2 00 is ,
Prttts f $60 Aprex'tteg to $50 000 Prise art$10OO
4 100 "
4 60 "
4 " 6S '
4 6 '
4 " 60 "
4 45 . "
4 " 40 "
4 " 30 "
4 " 25
3,000 " 20 are....
3,250 prizes amounting to $201,000
Wholo Tickets, $10 ; Halves, $5 00
tjuartors, 3.2 ov.
PLAN OF THE LOTTERY.
The Numbers from 1 to 30.000. corresponding wKh tboit
Numbers on the Tickets printed on separate slip ot pa
per, are encircled trim smalt tin tubes and piacea in out
The first 212 Prlz's. similarly printed and encircled, are
placed tn amjthsr wheel.
The wheels are then revolved, and a number Is drawn
from the wheel ot numbers, and at the same time a Prize
Is drawn from the other wheel. Th: Number and Prize
drawn out are opened and exhibited to the audience, and
registered by the Commissioner; the prize being piacea
against th Number draws. This operation Is repeated
until all the rrires are drawn out
ArrKOXittATiox Phizes. The two preceding aad the
two succeeding Numbers to those drawing the Brit 12
Prizes will be entitled ti the 43 Approximation Piltts, ac
cording to the scheme.
J3 The 3,000 Prizes of $20 will be determlaed by tt
lastcgureoi in numoer snai tiraws tne t,uw rnwr,
Forextmnle. It tbe Numbers drawing S50.VOQ Prize ecus
with No. 1, then all tho Titkets where th number eadt
ia 1 will be entitled to i20. It the Number ends with
No. 2, then all the Tickets where the nncitwr cods in 2
will be entitled to S23, and so on to 0.
Certificates of Packages will be soM at the following
rate, which 1 the risk:
Certificate ot Package of 10 Whole Tickets $S0 08
" 10 Half " 40 00
" "19 Quarter " 20 00
In ordering Tickets er Certificates, enelese the money
to our addret. for th Tickets ordered,on rceiptof whkh
they will be forwarded by first mall. Purchasers can
hare Tickets endiaz la any figure they mty,d ttgnat.
The list ot drawn numbers and prizes win be f 01 ward,
ed to Durchasers Immediately after the drawing.
Purchaser will please write their signatures plain, and
give their Post Office, County and State.
S3" Remember that every Prhie is drawn and payable
in tun without aeauction.
C5 All Prizes of Sl.OCOartd under, paid immediately
af tr the drawing other Prizes at the usual time of
e3-" All cornmunicatltns strictly confidential.
53- Prize Ticket cashed or renewed in other Tickets
at either office.
Add res orders for Tickets or Certificates of Packages of
Tickets either to
S. SWAN & CO., Atlanta, Ga., or
jinIS S. SWAN, Montgomery. Ala.
CORN AND WHEAT MILLS.
rr'HOSE who are tn wautof Portable Mills ftr borse.
X steam or water power or Burr Millstones of very
site, and best quality, are invited I call at my f actory,
where they are made which ate second to none in the
United States. My Horse Mills will griud from six to ten
and eleven bushels gced meal per hour; aad I can fully
ubstantlate tb- assertion. 1 guaranty satisfaction la
all eases 1 refer to a few cf tho merchants ef the city
who have sold mtny ot my Mills, and can testify of the
high character they bear.
F. Lane it Co., Graham & Hill,
Jones. Brwn& Co.. J. C. Grlffing ft Bro.,
E. M. Appirjen Sl. Co., Slratton, McDivltt it Co.
Sample, Mitchell & Co.
All orders address-ed to me direct, or threuth mer
chants, .bill have proap attention. Factory on Poplar
treet, adjoining City Milli, near tbe river, Memphis,
Tinn. tvjt. isAuucti.
TJOGERT & WITT are now prepared to furnish the city
XJ and vicinity with
TEr-cstti. Com VXoalf
from iti-irinn on Wolf river, lust Above th Baynu.
Tt ey are so grinding for toll. Market price will be paid
In cash for CORN, delivered at the Mill.
Their LATH MILL is alto incomplete operation, aa
lory are prepared to fill all ord. rt on tbort notice.
Tt VERT varletvof fine ami cmmon Furniture. Chairs,
P. Carpets. Curtain Goods, Floor Oil Cloth, Table Oil
Cloths, Mattresses. i.e , ftc, etn be had as hp or
cheaper than any th'j nous ta tne aouiuern conn try, y
calling a. sue nratmnorn etuomnrarai or
MeSJNJfET Jc CO.,
novlR HO Mhln ttreet.
K. J. B. L. WINN
HA REMOVED HIS
Saddle anil Harness Manufactory
To Xo. 2S1 Molu-st, opposite Squar. Xps eeastaat
lv on hanii and for tale
OoAch, I Tomersatt, I Whips of all klnd1
Break, Shaftor, Blind Bridies, .
Buggy, Plain, Riding Bridles,
Carryall, Spanish, Saddle Bigs,
Wagon and Side and Medical B.gs,
Plow Wagon Traveling Bags,
HARNESS. SADDLES. &c, ke., tte.
Saddlery Rardware. Saddle Trees, Band, Sol. Upper,
Harness, Skirting and Bridle Leathers ; Trace Chains,
Hames, Gin Bands, ke. raar23-dtwly
From iiicmphis to Grenada
"VTEW DAILT LINK of four-horse Post Coaches from
Xl Memphis to Grenada, via Panola, Oakland, and Pre
ton. sixty mile the shortest and best route from Mem
phis to Grenada, through In sixteen hours ; distance 105
miles thirty-seven miles by Railroad. Througn ucrns
can be had at the General Railroad and Stage Office, un
der the Worshara House. Fare $7 co.
McALEXANDER k ODELL,
" y0 TIG 11
THE undersigned would respectfully inform th pub
lic that he has takes charge of tbe Male School Bear
Forest Hill Semlaary, where he hope by ucrml'tlng at
tentlon totbedmlesat his profession to msrtt a small
share f the public patronage. To a thorough Collegiate
education. In oat ef thi first Cdlegis t our land, he
unlti a large axief1ese at teacher f youth. Toung
men will be thoroughly sited fur College, or th active
duties of lire. Soot board can ba had lu respestati pri
vste families at tight dollars per month. Th plate is 0
tonvenient access, being on tbt line cf th Memphis and
Charleston Railroad. Students will leav th cars at
Foreit Hill Station, where they win readily find tk
school by Inquiring at the Pcraal Seminary
JAMES VOORIIKH3. Principal.
Retrmcet'RtT. B. Miller, Prinnpil Ftmale Srmlna-
nary at r sreit inn; 11 imm, u. tun, 1 uatguis At.
Neville, B W. Kinney, W. T. Bttle, S. Rrid. J. Vangls,
J. Bogus, S. A. Miacham, Mr. Ctldwel! and B. Owtn.
MARINE AND FIRE INSURANCE CO.
Of Nasliville, Tenn.
CAPITAL, :::::: $150,000.
JOSEPH VAULT Pres't A. W. BUTLER, Eecy.
John M ttlU, Alex. Allison, Thompson Anderson,
James Coney, R. H. Gardner, F. A. Owen,
G. St. Fogg. Joseph Vaulx, James Ellis,
N. B. Alloway, W. X. Eakln.
MARINE INSURANCE on Cargoes and Freight under
open or ipodal policies. Inland Transportation Risks 01.
Merchandise, by steamboats, railroads, or land carritg. ;
also, hazards on rivers and laxeato or from aay part of
the United States.
FIRE INSURANCE on buildings, dwelling or other
htuses, goods in store, furniture, ke., in town or country.
I3"Negroes Insured against the dangers or the rlvei.
J. G. LONSDALE, Agent,
Office Jefferson street, Memphis.
Tho Mutual Life Insuranco Company,
OF NEW TORK.
Accumulated Fund, $3,000,000.
THE rates adopted by this Company tro bated upon the
mosteorreet observations. Policy holders get all the gains
ot tbe Company, as It Is uurslr mutual, havlnr no nrefer-
red stoezor other capital to taEeths first fruits of picflia
from the Insured.
Any person wishing Insurance ea his or her life will re
ceive all Information, together with tho requisite foims ci
application, by eaUlngn J.O.LONSDALE,
Agent Mutual Life Insurance Company,
octll-ly Office JflVn treet, Memphi
PAPER HANGINGS !
E are lost in .eelnt of r .arse and varied assort
ment ef plain and decorative Wall Paper, th uit-
terns and d'slgus ( which are all" new. .AllPapf r sold
by ns put up, and hq ehsrg made unl.ss perfect ss'tisfae
tion is glvem Call and leave jour ciders '
JsnC-Sw WINSTON, CnUROHILL & CO.
TO MERO HANTS.
WEretpeetmilyullycar attention to our extensive
stock of Hardware, Cutlery. Guns. French. Wladow
Glass, halls. Castings, Metals, and all other articles in
our line suited to tbe trade of this section of country
mos.ui .iMiuii timer been Imported by ns direct from
Europe, or selected from tbe best factories in America by
onr partner resident In the East.
The recent addition ot another stora to oar preralf es,
enabled us to rstabllsh a conr.nlent
WHOLESALE SAMPI.r. non.V.
entirely disconnected from the retail branch t our trads,
aau i ire, uiorru mat aierefaants will consult thelrown
interest by looking Into this room and making their se
lections. None but good and punctual men need apply.
unless accompanied with the cash.
LOWNES, ORG ILL & CO ,
13 and It Front Row.
J New Tork OBte, 41 Piatt street.
TTJE ,ITe JaU received from the Cumberland Blvtr a
fU assortment and heavy sttckef the
Celebrated '"Stacker" Iron!
Including Wagon and Dandy Tire. Plough and Seraner
swss, MMim 1'iBugn .nouns, iiorte-shoe. Nan-rod.
Rtund, Square.. Oral, Half-ov.1, Scr.p, ke., ke., of every
required dimensions. Also
Warranted Bellow,, solid Vex (sad other) Vices, Moun-
n autiip wrus aau liana nammera. Smith' Tongs,
awn imwn. riai, square ana octagon Cast Steel,
English and American Busier, German Steel, Borax,
lieiav-uau., j uname r orars, txc, a. Apply to
AAIWNES, ORGILL k CO.
J" 13 and 14 Front Rojr
TCST Received, heavy shipments of Ploughs, embrtdng
J varioes sizes of "Livingston County," amongst which
are several hundred cf tb celebrated No. 1 1 . Aire Double
Mould-board. Sub-vail, Hill-side, Harrows. Cultivators.
aod an eodiest variety of and necessary Agricultural and
Hsrtteoltural Imt-letnents tor particulars of which, tee
ear Illustrated Catalogue, furnished grant at ear store.
LUW.M15, UBUILLCC CO..
Jaat 13 and 14 Front Row.
Fire - Proof Safes
FACTS SPEAK LOUDER THAN WORDS!
A T the grtat fire which broke out In Warren and Murray
X streets. New Tork, 9th November last, where prop
erty to tbe amount 01
Seoo.000 ! !
was destroyed, several of these Safe's were tested with
results similar to tbe following :
NEW Tone. Nor. 11. 1965.
Mr. EiitTOB : In tbe fire at No. 19 Warren-street, en
the morning of the 9th Inst,, onr most valuable beeks and
papers were exposed for 3S hour in oa f Stearns
Mtrvin'a Fire-Proof Safes.
We tav nre nroof. not because ther are ta labeled, bat
because we have so proved them. Oar book aad paper
came out uninjured, ave the binding of the books, occa
aiened br steam.
Oar store was five stories above ground, aod two sto
ries below, occa Pled tram cellar to garret. The rateaorty
ef th heat can be attested by any fireman who witnessed
No furnace could be contrived by the Ingenuity of man
to create a more Intense beat. We vetantarlly gtv this
tribet to the value of these Safes, aad select year wtaety
clrcalated commercial Journal to inform the mercantile
community what estimate to place upon steams & Mar
vin'! Wilder Patent Salamander Safes.
HAVILAND, HARREL k R ISLET,
In this connexion the Manufacturers write us: "We have
raide these Safe over 14 yea s have told over 9 500
Hid 215 tested In accidental fires In tbe United Stales aaa
Canada, and never yet had a customer to lose a dollar by
fire from one of them. We think thry have earned a high
reputation, as they art readily sold ber. Is preference to
ether Safe's at 15 to 60 per cent. less price." A fun stack
kept constantly on band by
LOWNES. ORGILL k CO.
AseBts for Stearns k Marvin.
M. tlAWSS J OH SMITH WM. PARK,
HAWKS, SMITH & CO.,
IMPORTER AMD DEALERS IX
Harctwaro and Metals,
Iron, Kails, Castings,
Set. 334 and 300 Slaln-tt., tetueen Monroe end Union,
aug24-daw MEMPHIS, TE?t3f.
THE tubteriber having now rectvel the greater rart
r ilieirneu it aft are rvreoared ttofitr great iodaee-
raents to tbe Merchants, Planter!, and Mechanics of Ten
nessee, Mississippi asd Arkansas. Their stock is large,
and has ba selected with g-rat cars from the best maa
ufatturers, comprising In part
Heary Goods, Cordage, &
1000 ki gt be.t Boston Nails, 4d. to 60J.; i
60 " " " 3d ;
SOdoz. Collins' Hartford Axes;
60 " Hunt's o-lebrated Axss;
100 " JI CoiHns' superior .txts ;
S cask Log Chains, 5-1 6, ii , H, 7-16
10 " Wagon Chains, assorted;
10 " Trace straight aad twitted ;
2 " Jap'd Coll Chains, 3, 4;
2 '- Meusehole Aavtls ;
2 " Coley's "
1 " Hooks and nisges ;
1 " Blacksmith Tongs;
1 " Hand and Sledge Hammers;
100 doz. Ames' Shovels and Stadesj ..
275 Grindstones, Nova Scotia;
60 dez. Coffee Mills; -15"
Wrtl Wheels; .jf
4 casks Pump Chains ;
4 " Fixtures;
SOdoz. Well Buckets;
50 Cottoa ind Wool Cards;
SO Jim Crow Cardt;
1C0 Sausage Meat Cutters ;
50 Cottoa Balances-;
160 Ceils Manilla Rope, K ta 2 Inch ;
60 ' Jute " astorted;
30 " Cotton "
8 " SathCoril;
200 pounds Cotton and Hemp Twins ;
Shelf Hardware, &c.
260 Gross Table Knives and Fuiks;
120 pnlrs Carvers, assorted ;
10 dor. Table and Butcher Steel ;
75 " Westenholms' Pen aad Packet Knife
1000 " Ttlletson's " -
60 " IVadeit Batcher's Rajors
160 " Scissors and Shears ;
500 " Mill Saw, Flat and halt rotxd Tilts,
150 " Hand Sw Files, asserted;
760 " Pad-ceks;
60 gross Brlttannla Tea and Tabt Spoons J
50 dot P.ated Spoons aid Fork;
130 " Chest, Co board and Trunk Locks;
ISO " assorted Rha, Front aad Store Door Xocks;
150 Greenwood's superior Hinges;
150 pair Brass Pillar Candleitltks ;
400 " " Chamber "
60 " Whits Metal "
AO " Pillar
40 sett fine Jip d Walters ;
SOdezassortod ' aai Trirs ;
to sett Brass-httd Fire Irons ;
90 pairs "
60 sett Catehard "
30 sett Fine Steel "
300 dez. Curry Combs ;
33 ' Cottoa Hoots;
60 " 3rass andPewUr Faneetts.
Mechanics' Tools, &c.
CO doz. Batcher's C. S. Former Chisel aad Guges,
20 " Butcher's " Socket Chisels; assarted;
10 " " " Turning Chisels aod Gouges,
tingle and double Plane Irons,
10 " Butcher's and Hunt's Adres ;
20 ' nunt's and Collins' Hatchets, ke.;
12 " Cams' Drawing Knives;
20 " Wetherley'a "
15 " Spear k Jackson's C. S. hand, panne and rip
6 " Spear k Jaokton's S. 3. pannel and dp Saws;
6 " ' " " teanonSaws;
20 ' Btrdshtwt C. S. hand, pannel and rip Saws;
19 " Beardibrw's O. S. tenow Saws ;
6 " " " eompassSaws;
20 boxes Union Factory Pisnes ;
1 oase Spear it Jickso-'t Cross-Cut Saws. 6 to S ftet;
1 " " " " 4Hta8feet;
1 " Rowland's " " 6to8t-it;
1 " " Mill " 7 to 8 Kit.
A large assortment of Squares, Augers, Hammers, -fxc.
260 boxes Charcoal Tin Plates, best brands ;
1000 pounds Bar Tin
150 sheets Copper, 30x60;
1 cats Tlnd Copper ;
2 casks sheet Zinc;
6 Iron Wlra, snpesior qutiltr;
20 slabs Speltre;
20 pits Lead;
3000 pounds bar Lead ;
20 cU Lead Pipe;
A tall assortment f Rivets, Etttle.Xars, Sicca Paa
Handles, A.e. Our stock ef
Agricultural ImpIerAents. &c,
Fan Mills, Cans Xnlves,
Coin MWs, Briar Hooks,
Cera Shelters, Hoes and Raket,
" Feed Cut-en, nay and Manure Forks,
Spading Forks, Pruning Saws,
Potato Diggers, Prnnlag Chisels,
Cedar Churns Patent Churns, ft.
OirlBgtotheextirmelew wster, wo have been uns
hie as yet to obtata our sttok of Iroa, but we have made
uca.arrangement as will ent ca, oa the resumption
of navigation In tbe Oht river, to furnish our utom
ers with Boiled and Charonal Iron, Castings, &c, at as
lew prices at ary house in she Southwest. We shall
have a large rupjsy Wherltarrews In store In a few
drs. HAWKS. SMITH k CO,,
novf, 304 and 343 Maln-st.
Mince Pies and Sausages.
THOSE who are fond tt the abOTe. will d well to call
and examine our assortment of MEAT CUTTERS.
HAWKS. SMITH k CO.,
ncvJO 304 and 306 Main street.
TpiFTXKN hundred kegs Easti rn Nails, fcr sale law tc
J? the trad ftr oath, ot approved psper.
luiru, an ITU tew.,
nxvCS 304 and 30 Mala afreet.
TTJTX received, 160,000 Uigart, ranging In price from,
J $10 to $10 a thousand, by r- " -.
It. Hi POTTER fJ?
dtslS ' Mila-st., 3d dor North WojhlHonseTH
PARIS HOUSE CONFECTIONERY.
Wholesale ana detail
No. 87 Pront Row.
rf7 THANKFUL to his friends and th nubile
ior tne rerj usvrai patronage extended to .
him for the last eight years, M. LOUIS MON-!
TEDONICU begs leave to -nfarra th eUizeni
OE Nlk.H aau riciuiir iii. un .iu whibhj aeep on 1
cana a urge atortment 01 ine cest imcerted wines-
Claret, Port. Madeira, White, ke. ; alto, Scotch Ale and
Londea Porter. 1
M. L. Mo.XTEDO.Mcn alwayt keept ea hand a great
variety ot FaBcy Candies and Toy , aa itortv-Bt f (tick
Candy, Prase ia Jars and boxe, RaMm, Oratas, every
kind at Fratts and Nts. Pickles, Lobsters, Sardines.
Olivet, French and Engllth Mustard, Ssgar la loaf and
boxes, Caracao, Marasihlao, Old Wines. Ginger, pre-
1 . V -I. . nn.,.n T... ... .
sup. Pepper Siuoe Chocolate. Consuls. Syrup. Maeca-'
rent, VermaeeUi, tbe best Havana Cigars, aad a great
many ' her articles, too numerous to mention, bow ottered
for sale very low, either by wholesale er reus. 1
Having, at ranch expense, trcared the tervktrt at twa
of the most perBctd werkaaea ever ia this city, he ,
Hatters mmsetr taat fte cannot Be isrniwi ra arrasEtng
aad deeerattag tables for Parttet Weddtsgw, A
honor to himself aad satisfaction to bit castemef
TMOTTITjTT t A 7") ATT71 ATTJC I
J U 0JI1 i: JA sjriJ.,jN CiAU b;
MANUFACTORToa Seventh street, betwees Morgan
and Franklin Avenue, and office at Ne. 9 Caatmcr
citl street, ST. LOUIS. MO.
Tbe tubteriber tat'S this method of inferaussg the
citireas of Memphis in4 vicinity that be la ttB ea hied
at hit oM place of bus In, with every variety eg Orae It
ers aad Pilot Bread ; attd he ttia eaa lanes to s-ii hit
Crackers and Pilot Bread cheaper tkaa any ether manu
facturer is the west.
He alte take tbtt eeeatlon to rawsttloa that he task tat
Fretaioai at the lato State Pair for hiving th beat Crack
ers, and also a FretntuB fr the bast Rye Bread, aad a
Dtpttata far hatiasj the beat Ci acker Macatae.
Thaakfal for past patronage, and Staler, to axK a
continuation of the sam, he beg leave to subscribe
himself respecunny, joacru iakheau.
nianofactarer and "Wholetal Dealer In
Plain ami Pane?
CANDIES, CAKES, &C.
No. 220 Main-
aiu-st, Oda Fellows'
iT.m nil !b rHAti
, UllfjUllkllS, 1 (,U11)
TTEBPS CMBtUBtly oc baid a large assertmeatof Greea
l aad Dry Fruits. Fruits in their owa latte. Jaliata,
PreMi-ves, Sardines, Lobttert, Saiced aad Pickled Oyt-
ters, PMkles, Cerdials, Syrups, fine Wines, Brandies, an
kinds ot Nats, ke.
In con section with this etUbUshment 1 cave nttea up
la superset style an
Ice Cream Saloon,
expressly tor the Ladles. Alt, t
where Ice Cream It served from V A.
M. tin 12 P.M.
e" ( DOE. asserted Hair Brushes, from tweaty-five
tjKJ cents to $2 each. For tale wholesale and retail by
mm History and Records of the Elephant Club; coot
JL piled f rem Authentic Document nw la the posses
sion of the Taelogteal Society, by Me, KBtght RassOek
lide, M. D , and Me, Q. C. Philaader Deestlcks, P. B
This being tbe veritable and veracious history of tbe
t'oiags aad raitdntags ot the ElephaBt Club. With tea
minute and particalar narrative of what they did. Ta
which is adod a complex aod elaborate detsttoB of
what they dtd'nt. Contaiahag, alto, the exaltaat record
ot thelrmetnerabletuecess m eventually otrtaiatHC each
aad every one. A tight 0 the intirt and luiA&aHtrMtd
Animal, from the primitive hair, n hi atteaaatett pro
boscis to the last link of his rBsatrKal tail.
The Humor of Falooabrltls : A Cattettioo of Hasaor
ou and Every Day Scene By Johnataan F. Keltey
Ijke Ngsmi; or. Explorations and Discoveries dariag
Foar Tears' Wanderiag in the WUdt of Southwestern
Afrtci. with Berous IUnilratiaas, rer-sestlag Soort
los Adventures, Subpts ot Nttural Htttorj, Devictt tor
destroying Wild Animals, ke.
Braumarehat aad Hi Ttmes. Sketehet at French
Society la the Eighteenth Century, from CapabUthed
Little Dorrtt. By Charles Dickeas. Oath and piper
beusd. For tale by
Jant-daw CLEAVBSi. GUION.
XT BBqairer aad Krtnhig Nws copy.
CLEAVES k GUION hat vv.w ready far th appreach
lng Holidtyt a large aal varM astefiateat ef flae
Beoks, finer Articles, ke .cotwtttiagiBpartec as below:
Robert's Travel ia th Baty Laad ; 6 vets. 4va., Tarkty
Morocco, Antique ityte.
The Spectator ; S vol., fall cilf. EngUsh tyle. i
Cooper's Novels ; 23 veil., hair cair, liaguta ttyse.
Everett's Oraiisas and Speeches; 2 -rats., fall calf, Aa-
ttqae. red edges
Dr.Syatax't Tour; 3 veil., faU calf, gaBt back. Very
The Works cf the Rav. Richard Heeker ; fall calf, Eng
Buskt's Works; S vols., fattealf. Eefjlsh style.
Lord Chestezfleit't Wotkt; 5 vol., fast calf, Eagltth
Perry' KxpedlWea to JtpJB. eamattnt by Frantis L.
flaws. L.L.D.. ftseiy Ulusirated, in half salt, Turkey
Mocxco, full gilt, aad eth r styles.
The tame large quarto, various ttyiea.
Sptik's LMe atat Wrltiazs ef Wasbratjseel; If Talk., half
calf, Kagtieh stji.
Spark' Lite aadWritlags ef FraakUn; 10 veil., iH
Bttwelt's Life of DC. Samuel Johnson. L.L.D.; In tea
vals.. fail calf, LeBden eaittaa.
Th Works ef Oliver GttetBtth. with Life aad Xetes, la
4 vets.. taB calf. Leaded etllUeB.
naiiett'a Life of Shakspeare, ia4 vols., half calf, Lou
Mku Aasten't Novell ; S roll, fall ealf, Ltndtn, BeBttey't
Addison's Works, 6 vols , gilt back.
The IaaeUsby't Legend l. by R.-v R. H. Barharn; 3 vols.,
half calf, marbled edgt, Banthry't esttttaa.
Lira' Dramillc Poet t, 2 vol. , full cab. LaTaawedittoa.
bhtlley't Etsays, 2 vals., full calf, Iadea, Maxoxi's edi
tion The Works ef Charles Lamb, 4 vols., fnH calf, London,
The Work ef Btthep Bailer, In twe val'., f aH calf.
Batter's Haesbras. 2 voK, half eaM.
Dtcktn's Works, 6 vols, halt cult Aattese.
Heed't Owa, f aH cair, Looaeo. Moxeas'i edlllta.
Renin's ABdent History, 4 volt., Tuikey Morrooa,Aa-
Gallery ef PertralU with Memoirs ; 7 vats., fait taJf, gat
edgs. Lendeci edition.
Ledge's Permits, 10 vols., haU Tat key Maf-ce, rare.
IcjeaeirfasskleEKyeitifeaU, C vat., Taney Matecee, lull
Shaw' Dresses and Deesratleaa ef the Mlaaat Ages
Th Ptaay Oyclofedia, 30 vols., nyal octave, half baa ad
aa Rattia leatber.
rsbBtead BdUioas, beuBd la Turkey Morocco, Aatiqa.
ttytes sf the foBowlng Pj I : Dinte, Tasso, Chin
cer, Speacer, Suaksseare, Dryaoa, Cowper. MUtea,
r9,atl. Barns, Kltke, WhH.nieaia aad ethers.
Via- Octave editions tn saate tyle as above, of Thoattea,
Stautoae, MrttoB. Cowper. Seathey. Pope, Barr,
Shtktpeate, Bj ran, Settt, Moore, Utmaai, andsB
meretw ataers. .
MkM StrtckIaBra Queens of EaglaBd; 1 vol., Terkey Me
The Repaatscaa Oesrt ; time style.
.tatemori't Birds at Aaetica ; 7 rob., saaa stile
AadHBtoa's asut BaChnia'tQeadrtnte ef Xatth Aaterl
tea; 3 vels.. the stave sty-.
LordMahen's History at haawa.1, aa 7 vets., fast nlf,
MaeAUlay'sHitleryot F.srgtand; 4 vols., bait calf, Loo
den. LeacBtaa's eatttea.
Prescot't Workt; haM ealf, iBUque ttete.
Coleridge' do da aa
Otuliaer's Poutaeat Work : half aaU, AaMqae style.
HaBsefa .V core's Works; haat calf, Atrttuae alyle.
Miss Edieworih' do ae
Mrs. Sherwood's ,do do 4t
Bancrtf t' United States ; 6 v 1., half ealf, cuCt back.
Theer's Freach Kerala twa; 4 vals., half calf. s-Ht back.
Rose's Geearapetcal Drttlsn.ij ; 12 vats., fall ealf, Bag
Irvlae't Works : 15 vols.. Bttf Totkey. Aallaaei'yle.
Webtter't Works ; 6 vol., half calf, Aatiqa audita grit,
OalbouB.' Works; 6 vols., half ealf, Aalsuae aad Bag-
Waretty Novels; 26 vols., halt air, ndtabar; eimiea.
SoureBlr of Frkndsblp, Tarkey Motuasw, ftat gilt, 1
OraataenU of Memory ; Turk -y Hot .ore, tatt faHrlf!
The Mlgn.nette, turkey Morwcr, fan gBt.
The Torre, do Oe da
The Tot re. cloth. tPumraated cover
Memory's Gill, Turkey Morocco, full KfK
K r lend 1 Wp's T -ken. do d
Frlendship't Offtilag, do a
The Free Mason's ABnral. Tnrkey Mereeaa, faN;nt.
Vh Jfa,, lute. Muslin llluuthttlea cover.
A great rartety ef BlMe, and Prayer Bee, 1b Gesaa
Velvet, fatt aroaaient. v,-ry rtrh. aat! Pasts teat!.
A fall assertmeat of Family Bibles, tn att rillsf.es of
bindlBg, with or without e ass
17rv", --c7- e3rir3!l35i-
Rich Papier Mtcne plain and taiald MrHSag Desks 9, 11,
li aad 16 Inch.
Rich Papier MaeheNew Style Regent, vtry handsemety
Rch Rapier Mich" Envelope Bexrs. In grest variety.
Rich Paaier Mache Wor. Bexea, ia great variety.
Rich Papier Mache Jewel Betes, da do
Rich Papier Mache Part FalM, do do,
Rich Par Maeb Ink Siand; do do "
Lidie' Cabas ef Tsrkey Morocee, Rustla Lealhr, Genoa
Ladies' Coapaaisnt. tn a variety of styles.
Superb Ortaata Jewel Holes
T ulles' Traveitas Bags, several varieties.
New Freach styles Laates Viiret Bi;i ard Forte Heaies,
French Wicker Lised. Work Baskets, entirety-new styles
Vew styles Crochet sets. Pearl and CerneHaa hotdrrs.
s.st Rhedes k Sans' Scister. in eases.-
French Pocket Seissers, something new.
Paptr Knives, one carveu ivery, reari aaa Oliver, oral-
1 reit variety of other Articles toa namsrsBS to men
tion. .Give us acta, as we i-o not oeeot we snau oe aaie
to suit the taste 01 in most tasueious.
Kl7-tw N 241 Main atreet.
Cotton Brokers' Marking Ink.
AN article essentially different from what nas been sow
heretofore la this market. Warranted not te wash
nov21-tf a. aA&riELU s co.
lAimbev f JLum&er f
I HAVE th largest assortment ot Lumber on hand I
have ever offered, coosbtincln part of Seasoned Cy
press and Poplar, H, i, 1 H and 2 inches wide aad dear,
Slus 0x3 sua axiu, J wee -x, sza, -xiuanazxis; acant-
Unj 2x1,2x5,2x6, 3x4, 4x4, and 4x6; Weatterboardbg,
Sheeting, Shingles and Walnut Lumberon bind; also
Urge Itt of dressed Tel low pine Flooring aad rough Pop
lar Flooring, Red Cedar Posts ot aH sixes.
Tard on Batturo, South sldeot Centre LamUdg.
Junl.V-dtwawlv M. R. COCHRAN
BT virtue ot an Interlocutory decree of the Cbiueery
Court at Ripley, at itt December Term, 186. 1 U
tell at the Court Heuse door, in tbe town of Ripley; on
the FIRST MONDAT In March next, One Hundred Acres
of La in the 7th Civil District ef Lsnderdtle county,
beionglsg to tbe Estate of CnopexH. Jonas. Terms cash.
Janls-wtas lltSKT H. UfCHARDSOK , C. at Af.
' ..Pittshursli Ale.
.TUSTiecelred, 300 bbls. Smith's tuirtor Pittsburgh!
O Ale.- ii. xi. rirTi.it.
gec!3- Maln-st,- 3d door North Worsham Hoot.
- - 'Hp
THEH MEMPlitV "
jevta p to th fgrrA Jr
y.' I quaBtit.es of jSW
H. MCLEAN'S CELEBRATED OTffiKCTBBR?
1NG tURDIAL ASD BLOOD PURIFISII'
That has been ued Now it ha become an tndispeaa
ble remedy ia every family. For caBdren havta; tha.'
Summer Complaint, Hives. Blotches on the akin, vr it
is an infallible remedy. When taken It newraazes -aaj
merbM or bilious matter in the storaata re cewets.
strengthens and Invigorates th dlgettlve organs ana
cause healthy secret loos of ' he liver and klaaey- Tfi
is tae reason, way it aa proven toemeactaaa aonsw
jnarracea. Dysentery, Bowel CompialBt.l'ain taw -iw
ach, ite. It has cured uany that wtre aSlcted f-r y
wnu uiwh marracea.
McLean's Strengthening CortUai .
ts a certain remedy for Weakaes, Fanttaess or BeW7f4y,
SKk Stomach. Bliliousstet,, Headache, Bid Brtittl. Otexi- -net,
Dyspeptla, Sour Stomach or aay diteasa af la
KUBeys, Wetab or Bladder. It win letters tee, t$lei(
sickly, a-ale and emaciated to btalth and ttrag. leer
lssoaUul about - eaa refer to ttsoaiasie- To
prove tasi isai.
One UbHspooBfal takes every raeralBg, fasUnJ'.-tss ' ,
certatB areveative tar Cholera, Chitlt and Fevtr, bf.
J. H. McLEAN, Sole Preprietoref this Cotdix,.
Alto, McLean'! Vokaate Oil LtBimest.
J3" Principal depot ob the eenier ef Third jsd Pla
streets, St. Leutt, Mo. Far sale in Memphis, by ;
G. D JOHNSON. Agent,
aas5-dawly corner MxJUftn lad Mliastieels,
33: XT Zl Xj 23 "ST ' s
GREAT PRIZE SARSAPARILLA.
AWARDBD 21 ST OCTOBER,
Atthtbttt end onbf eenttiae coetpoand of thlt i? ocf
note pruented ta Ae poetic. '(
LOtJISVILLE AOTTJAL ZZHLBHIOH.
THIS -iro4rfl preparitloo, so JssUy apprecitiedby,
the AaeiiCaa peoale. has now becesie the standard
remedy ef the age. Tbe affiseted bear testimony ft Mt
taarveltus, propertiec, aad tht unhappy, pam-wern and
exhausted sufferers rejoiee ther it help, whett ail .'lire
failed. Oat of tbe haadredt of eatet teatteresi ver
MsulMleei. Alabama, Wts-eatin, Mitseert, IEex.JS.ana
Keatucxy, it aa never lu a tiazte instance cera ibjvb
to fill, and wlB care, bayotal id eteel :
n'x or Crnc'i EvB, Af-f-etttos
at the Bones, SypbtHs,
Dvhtlity, HaMlaal Cotttvenest, Eiytlne
last Ptdtaetury mteastt, Ltver Gesrpiaatt.
Paws, Penatt Irregutarttfe, FMata, Sits Diseases-
Dtteated KHaeys, aad a a neat and puw-
egfut Tantc, purtrytBg the Bleed,
aad lnvtroratreg the
Tat BMcncrae, tttrjigzt prepared at great ezpenje, !s
Bevertbela within ta reach of Boor at we a sjataad
leaked spaa T the easaaumity at the gnatnt tttiltsz
everceBftrred aa ataakta!.
Dr. T. A. HURLEY'S Murtfaetery, comer of r rsnva
snd 6s streets Leuitvill, Ky., whir all stdtts
matt be aUressed.
For sal by H. F. FARNS fORTH k CO., aad CHAN
DLER & CO., Memphi, Tesaewee, aad Dnusittt
throughout the United StaU aad Oeiadas.
Price $1 per bottle, or six for $8. ter21awly
Fiiriiy your Blood!
THE COSCRNTRATED FLUID EXTRACT OF fBL
LOW DOCK it tee toveretga remedy fr aB Mercu
rial Aaccttost, Scrofula, I "ceiling of the Jstsrti, Sbeu
mitita. ke. As a Liver Medicine, tthas aaesai. Mt
alterattre effect oa the system, in addlttsa ta its being a
parery- Vegetable Preparation, adapts it to ataiast aay,
Cbreatc Assrttiflti where aa aiterattve mtdttine is re
qutred. FerBruptloBt on the Sku, Oht UKeri, Dyspett.
ill, and Nervous Hsadaehe, it hat bo suctesslat rea
petrtor among the aostrums of the day. AtaFtmoU
Medieine it taiu bt found invaluable.
S3" For 1 alt only by CHANDLER k GO.,
tea: fawly Druggists and Apatheesrlet,
Odd Ft Cows' HaU Bstet, M.fcph4.
THE GREAT RUSSIAN RE3IEDY.
PHO BONO PUBLICO.
"Every mother shoaM have a hex la tht hease. handy
In eat ef asctdents ta the chtldren."
BEDDING'S RUSSTA SALVE.
IT is a Boston remedy of thirty yetrt itsBsnng. aadli
reeommeaded By physielaBt. It 1 a save and i?-ee!r
cure tor Banu. Piis. Betlt, Corns, F esses. Oeatbiitas aed
OM Sores or every kiad; for Fever Sera, Cki, Ret,
Scald Head, Nittle Rash. Bunloas, Sore Nlayt'1. Ireoem
meeded by nurses,) Whitlow, Sties. FetUrs, Flea Bit,
SpMer Stings, Fioteu LuBbs, Salt Rarer. Scurry, Sat
and Cracked Lips. Sore Nate, Warts aad Flesh WrattAs,
it it a most TtJuab.e remedy and cure, whlta caa br tes
tified to by thousands wh have used It Is tho City ef
Bastes and vicinity far the last thirty years. In ne sate
wui thu Serve h aa tslary. or interfere wMa a pbne-
dtA't prescriptions It it mad from the pes est usilt
rfctls. from a recipe breugbt from Rtusla of artKIri
growing ta that coantry aad the preprteteTi have letter
freta all cUses, clergyman, Bhytteiaa's, sea taptaVas,
narsts, and others who have uted It thwntelvtt, and re
cemaead it to others BEDDING'S RUSSIA SALVE ts
pot la larae tia boxes, stamped en th eevar wtta a r
ture of a horse and a disabled rider, which picture, .a !.
engraved on the wrapper. Price, 26 oeeti a box SaW by
WARD k JONBS, aad all druggists.
REDDING St CO.
A Perfumed Breath.
HAT lady or gentle bub wbuM retaalu mader tH ears
of a ditagreeable breath when by ustag the "CALX
OF A THOUSAND FLOWERS" as a dtntttSce weald
net ortyretideT it sweet, bat leave the teeth aa weM as
alabaster? Mtny persees do not katw thtrrarrattt Is
bad, aad the subject it to delicate their trltoda wit) Btvlr
mention it. Pour a single drop ef th " Baba n year
teeth-brush, and wash year teeth night and saeralag. A
fifty cent bottle will last a year.
A BEAUTIFUL COMPLEXION may eut
qutred by ming the "Balm ef a Thonteael Flswestr it
wBl restore taa. ptBtaie aad freckles frsm tie. .itWv,
rraveaeitof a tart aad reseat hue. Wtt a fcxaj poor
on twe or three drops, and waih the face nUfcvaBsXn? era
lag, 'v- '
SHAVING MADE EAST. Wet your shavtttat ftraa
la either warm er cold water, pear ea tw or tiejlrup
of "Basra ef a Thousand Floweri," rub tbe beattfw-t, asd
It wfll make a beautiful toft lather, a1acktf1stf.Jj.ti2x
the eperatttu ef shaving. Price only Fifty .(ffalf, -Ftr
tale by FETR1DGE k CO., proprietor! , aad aaTdrsgglsls.
S. MANSFIELD k CO
WARD St JOXZS.
sp23-dtwivedr H. F. FARNSWOP.TH CO.
CORXER OF CHICKASAW AND JACKSXi-STO.
DEALSR la Al, Porter. Cider aad Wlaes of all tttals,
sBafacttired by tbe most celebrated estibHsh-Hi
talk Hatted States. For sale, Wholesale. er Rt8.
Freta my long experience 1b the business (twalvejeautf
which has bun in the city of Memphis) I 3a Vr mystt;
with the guaraaty I hav had from my eM rasfeBitrt
that my exertions have been appreciated by theat,
Jety27-dwtf JACOB BZCTTOLJS.
PRINTING PAPER AGENCY
H"ASHVILLE PAPES MILLS,
OS C0U11T-ST, SET. TROflT B9WA3D MAIS.
WHERE an Mad aad titei f Printrai Paper can tl
bad at low prices for rash.
Orders for aay uauaaal tae ef paper win he dltpatehed
t NashvtBe and sued promptly at still arKts, with the
ddHino: transporttoa. W. 3. WHIZSMAN.
ap6-ly Chas. Davis, Aget,
MERCH.tNTS. PEDLARS AND
MABrKETERS an stlteited to eagagt la huyiag Rags
throughout the country, and these who tagage at It
wBl laertas their business, ami I wHl bayas1tky brtzg.
W. S. WHi-fBMAN.
seeVIv Chas. Bavss. Jrtat,
R.1GS! RAGS! RAGS!
I WISH to bay 690.099 pound ef rasjsaast wt pay-tee
hlj&est price in cask far ill thacaUaaaaltsasBsiss,
aad oM rope aad bagging that is delivered, to me, ahd
earnestly solicit the saving or rags.
W 3. WHITE MAN.
ac6.lv Chas Vatis. Areai-
C. 31. H0LST & SON,
3Ialn-st., Old Stand, First Doar blw Mocrte,
(Tht oldest permanent ttand in tht Cllj,)
HAVE constantly on hand aB six at Patnt MciaH
Burial Cases, which they line -til pat tip llr-ttafet.
In the best manner Alto, all klndt ef Wood as. wtht
Covered Coffins, which thy sell at a fair pttce.
Orders from the esartry promptly atteaded to. Kar
BKaro made and repaired, aad UphoUUrr&g deti.
FRENCH, GERMAN", BRTTISH ANT) itm
PSt E. RE1LLT k CO.. so wag kaewa. abtht-corncc
ef Royal and Canal afreets, beg to say they bav"j re
moved to their large new store No. IK Oanal llreell?r-
twten Royal ana uouroou streets xbowb as Ttmto 11 ass 1
isri. sign ef the Golden Flxx. where their ample evoo.
aad rtstdent buyer in Eurese, will esahle them t Lmrp
(the year round) a complete stock In every dvpaitrmot.
1 -, . . . , , 1 TTnv irnAn. , -
AlwiiniMww iui.iiaiiv uvwo ui ur uet.
Squthern maaaf aeture.
Combined with the above, the? win keep at the. ok!
ttand, corner Royal aad Canal streets, under th nans ot
Embroidery and Lace Store,
A ecatete stock of
LADIES' DRESS TRIMMINGS,
EMBROI CE3IE3. 1
And Ladles'; and Geatitmen's FURNISHING GfMB3,l
ta suit the Coamry Merehaat at well as the ceatnraerd
lais laiict u.iMHin a im. wncuaw. aaupvp at UMtl
market. P. St S. BE1LLT St -CO. "
126 Canal street, between Royal iDd..Boarbon streeti-
epi-oni l-onro oniraincs, sign or ine weKen rT.v
T. ANHINH- AnAT.T?AriSft
JJ.-. sju.s avi 1 1 -A-iAA Aafi
AT THE HiGHTOWER HALL. ;7.
a MADAME JULIE CRERAR. tilfl oeea her Dxuc-a
1 ing Classes, for tbe winter season, at the !itgi:5S?
V er Hall, on Saturday, November 1', IS5S,wh?B
will teach all the most new and fashion ablelfarrei
taught by her for six years past.
Madame Crerar will give her scholars a F.
BaH evtry two weeks, aad also a QuadrBIs PaHyl
Ladses and grntiemen wishing ta bare Fasi
Oostuaes, and Theatrical Dresses made to o:
can can at Madame Crerar's rnldesee. High
Ladles' Class, Thursdays and Satscaavs
Gentlemtss' Class. Tuesdays. Thtasiar:
Ladles Qass, $ for twelve, I&ieu!
Nlgat Glass, ss ftr twejve Iessoaj, 1uel
jai.y iiwm iur lav tvastl.