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FOR SALE OK RENT.
SI OFFER for tale or rent, th RESIDENCE
lately copied by Dr. Bag by, t Ituated ea the
Raleigh nank Bead, one-bait mile East of the
city limit. The Residence contains ten roomi,
yntb an effic, kitchen, servants' room, cistern, well,
smokehouse, carriage bouse, stables, good garden, fine
trait, shade and evergreens, fce, all In perfect order.
Poesessien siren 1st February. Apply to G. B Locke,
or V. G. HARDING.
YaliiaMe Farm for Sale.
THE dace formly occupied by Dr. J- H. rree-
f man. and sore recently by TTm. P. Orne, coa-
ui tatainr aboat 320 acres, situated about one mile
.west of the Hernando Court House, and a mile
asd a quarter f rem the Depot et the Mississippi and Ten
Ibis Is a highly desirable location well Improved,
wKa good houses, castas, stable, erHis, cotton fin, ta
buaie, aad every ether convenience necessary.
Tbe place wtn be sold Jew for cash, er short payments,
on appiieatien toR. K Oxjie, Memphis, or W. P. Obme,
at Lake Cormorant, Miss.
If not dispo ed of before. It will be eSered at public
outcry, at the Cecrt Hoese doer. Is the town of Hernan
CV. n MONDAY, 29lh December next. nevl 1-dawtf
Hernando Press copy,
100,000 Acres Valuable Lands for hale.
IH 4.TE f er sale, on favorable terms, one hundred thou
sand acres of the finest land m the world, situated in
Utt counties et Crltttadea, St. Frauds, Mississippi,
IV'takingUm, Hempsted and Sevier, Arkansas. Tkeee
vi-ere mostly entered es swamp lands, and are exempted
let tea years from data et eatry front taxation.
These who may wish to invest will call on me at Gray
i en, Axk tight miles below Memphis, tor farther par
ttcmars. J. L. BARNARD.
FARM FOR SALE.
A DESIRABLE Country Borne in Shelby Go.
16 sHri from Memphis, and 1 miles from Ger-
Imaatewn Dtpot on i he Memphis and Charleston
.Railroad, and Plinkruai. and between Shelby
Kale High School and Forest Bill Institute. There are
1 04 aeres of Land In the tract, et which 79 acres are
Cleared, and 35 aeres of good timber. It has en it ceei-
fsrtakie dwellings, an erohard of Apples, Peaches and
Flems. and never-failing well of rood freestone water. A
perfect title given, and payments made easy. Persons at
a distance can get any information they may require, by
vfrtUs: to the undtrtigsed t Germantown, Tenn., er to
a. B. Locke, Memphlt.
sepf-dawtf P. HERN DON,
FIXE RESIDENCE FOR SALE.
I OFFER for sale, on easy terms, the fine rest-
' desee known as the Hester pace, on the Mem-
Biiti nkit and Kennaniewn Plank Bosd. two auu one
.half miles from the city. Ten to twenty-ore
acres of land will be told with the residence. Apply to
X A. 'WHITE or to Col CD. McLEAN. declO-tt
THE lubserjber offers tor sale the tract of land
aeawhieo he sew resides, in Haywood connty.
Tennessee, through which the Memphis and Ohio
- iiii -j- sate tract cantatas aeont tour
the j and aeres. The Improvements censl.t et a fine
frame dweUiag. with tea rooms, aexre qnarters. Etn
hooee. sUMee, a floe steam and grist mil, good orchards,
and ad the seceecery impreveaieaU for a large farm, or
cast be eeavesieBtly divided into several small ones. For
leettk aad fertility of sell this place is BBtnrpasfd by
any fa the itry. For further partkwUrs apply to the
aavscrlber en the premises.
decM-dewtt THOS. SHAPARD.
1000 Acres of Land for Sale.
TBE above tract of Land is situated In the coesty of
Dyer, en the OWen river, ten miles from Dyers-
tmrg, and win be eoM cheap for cfsh, or in exchange fer
real estate ra the eiiy er MeaphH. for farther parties'
iirs apply te the anderslgBed, at iletaphis, Tenn.
decs-da wlm JO HN F. S ALE.
I HATK two htudred acres of Land I wish to
sen or rent, eighteen miles from Memphis, ene-
thatf a mile from the Memphis and Charleston
. Railrcad. and adjoining Col. NenI A fine neigh
betboed both as retards society and schools. Any one
wishing to buy sch a place, or rent It, weald do well to
see er address the sndersicaed at O'ive Branch. DeSoto
cooatT, VH. IT. L. COOPTVOOD
A Bargain to be liatl in Lands,
T "KILL Best the tract of Land on which I live, la Tip-
X pah eeanty. Mm., six raises west of Ripley, on
Tlapeh river, (er creek.) coBUiBtae Right Hand red Acres,
five hsmdred as the res? best creek bottom and the bal
ance second best sat and apland. There are abont one hun
dred acres eteared, aad Is a Cae state et cultivation.
The improvements are good sad sew, ces'istia; ot a
BweMiac: hswe, and all necessary eat houses. The above
tract or land. I have bo hesitancy in saying, is on: ot the
best in North Mississippi for raterar Cotton, Cora or
Sleek, as the range i nae both Winter asd Summer.
Tor particulars about the place, I refer to Davidson, Ellis
JtBteir, Memphis; John W. Thompson, Rlptey,Mies.; W.
O. Fejrals, Helly Spriags, or to myself on the premises.
oesK-wtf J. J. PKGUIS.
COTTON LAND FOB, SALE,
On jLonc Time.
A TRACT ot good Cotton Lsnd, ccatalslas IIS3
aaares, aber.t 3sO cleared, .ylag in the southwest
isomer of Haywood county. Tens , near the Mem-
. phis and Ohio Railroad, 4 if miles iron Mason,
and about the same distance from Staates Depot. For
parttcalars address the andersned at Sharon, Tipton
ceaaty, Tens., er see his at his residence, near said
Land. I am anxious to sell.
ecMS-wtf J. B. Jf AC CLIN.
I OmR fer sale the tract et land es which I
reside, for fifteen dollars per acre, three
ahuBdrtd Oared, eee hundred and forty-seven
. timbered, lying eight miles above Gallagher aad
two mil ii et Shelby Depot, good dwelling bouse, gin
ban, and aS ether necessary out honses. I will take
stuen dollars per acre. Also. 620 acres adjoining the
said trace. ISO acres cleared, the balance well timbered,
within two miles ef the said Depot. Persons wihing to
ntrebaie, win do well to call soon and bay a baritatn.
S. T. WESTS ROOK.
Ktfher ef the above farms can be had, payable when
Mr. Bci-haaan is elected, with arty per ceat added.
aepSo-tf S T. W.
A Valuable Plantation for Sale.
ONE-HALF mile North of German town, on the
Raleigh Road, ceeslstiag ot 145 acres, 100 ot
awhroh is in a hlsh stateet cultivation, cemterta-
.Me dwelling bouse, good bam and stable, and
e4her oat bulldiegi ; fine well of water and small orchard.
Apply to the subscriber at Germanlown, Teen.
N N THOMPSON, or
BevC-tt L- THOMPSON . CO.. Memphis, Term.
' llhe Best in the World
, CIAX be dose by these who wish to purcha"
' OKytoperty, or baadsome Country Residences
lmtbetaburbs. On some of the latter can be
.bad a Sue Residence, ready fer eccupatUn.
fferass Isberal, and ttUe good. Apply to
ecU7-tf CHARLRS D. McLEAN
A HOUSE aad LOT, between Madison and
Court streets, sear the Memphis and Charleston
Railroad Depot, cectaiBi g seven rooms.
ALSO, thl-tean acres ot gr-sud, within I H miles of
Oaurt Square, with fai improvements on :be same.
Passirssieu et either given immediately Apaly to
eeCl-U GEO. DIXON,
Noitbeast ceraer of Court Sqaare.
I HKlal to rant out for the ensuing year a
small faia ef eighty acres, lying two miles irora
Court Zeuare. This place has about sixty acres
. steered, and the balance m timber, a comforta
He resideac with five rsems, kitchen, nrgre bouses, and
all necessary out t- uses, a good ctsteru aad first rate or
chard, et every variety of traits. Fer further partku
Jars aptly to
04S-tI H. VOLLINTINJ5
A RARE CHANCE.
T OFFER tor f .!. a favorable terms and at a low srtee
A. ay PLANTATION ot 500 acres et the best quality et
Mltetfelavi bott-m land, all greatly above overflew 10
zafies west ot Memphis, on the plank road; 160 acres of
cleared Last aad a new double-frame House with suit
able offices. Apply at the place to
PETER LEONARD, or to
tep7-tt DANIEL HUGHES, Memphis,
I HAVE a small improved place for sale near
aRalelgh midway between Rakigh aad Union De
spot, ea the Ssmervilie Plank Road cweUloiei
mrm eight acres and a fraction. The Improvements
oseist ef a dwell rug with four rooms, kitchen, smoke
house, stables aad a mill bouse all new. It is a desira
ble piaee fer teste wae wisb to secure an etigikte heme in
ta vletatty ef fine tchoeie, aad a good and healthy
BelAberaeed. There are subscTipueas already secured
to eseet a aee Academy within three-quarters of a mile
et the piaee. The piaee will be seM for lest than the im-
jreiaeau eest,K appucaUos be made soon. Apply to
W. M HCTTON,or
nev26 Auctioneer and Real Estate Broker.
STOLEN from the rtsldeBce of Taos. Elmore
living 15 miles soith of nelly Sprlsgt, on Friday
eight, January Zd, one SOKKE1, HORSE, me
sne, Mtad in the right eye, blase in the faoe, long
mane aad feretop, newly shed all round, branded ou aae
ef the fore shoulders letters not Mala a natural pacer.
If the bene be returned te me at Wyalt, Mils., the above
reward will be paid Any Is formation ceoceratng him
trill be thankfully received aad liberally Tewarded.
Wjatt. Miss., Jan. 6, 1S67. J. M. C. KINER.
jt. KAN AWAT from tas tuescrtber. on me ic-tn et
J Jalv I. it- two Verro Bevs. RICHARD and SAM.
Richard i of aark, comer ewer, aaeu'. tairty-nve
rears et are. has a sear between the sboaklers.
caused by a rising, and another below the knrc. One
kaes is affected by rheumatism, rendering him knock-
kneed. Sam is about twenty .oae jesrs of age, weight
abeat 136 er 136 pounds, has aa impeateat in speech,
readerlng it difitcult for him te express himselt when
harshly seeken to. Forehead lew, aad et dark copper
ceter. Oae husdred dollars will be paH .to any person
dellveriac them to me, living near Mere tog Sun, Shelby
county. Teas., or fifty dollars It confined In Jail so that I
caagettaem. u. riii,Li.
I WILL give forty deflars lor the delivery a.
of my two BOTS, at try hense, or in a jail so V,
that Icangetthsm. Thsy left my premises'
i the 9th of December, ISoS One of tbei
beys Is Mack, tweatj-oae years or age, weight about
oae hundred and ninety-flee pounds, a scar en his right
cheek ; the other is a bright mulatto, aged about twenly-
oee years, has a oowncast ceemciiaBce wain cposea to,
aBdlshiakltprobiblethathewin try to past himself
off as tree he also has a aau usiivery.
J. A. MICKEBERRT.
Rot I TO int, Shelby eeonty, Tenn. JasZ-wU
ESTRATS SHELBY COUNTY.
TAKEN up by X. Rtglasd. en the 9th day et
December, 1S6G, a BLACK HORSE, eight years
old. 14 i bauds high, left hind foot white, and
a few g'ey hsirs in ms forehead ; valued at
fifty aeilari. Said Ragund resides in the 12th Civil Dis
trict seven miles Southeast ef Memphis.
Tken up by Thomas Herman, on tbe2Slh day ef De
cember, 1666, a BAY MARE PONET, five years old, four
feet seven or eight leches high, no marks er brands per-eiTaol-;
valced at thirty dollars Said Heieman resides
Jn the 12th WtsI Dittiiet, about eight miles from Mem
phis. Taken uphyS P. Grerorv, on the 3d day el January,
1S67 a BLOOD BAT HORSE MULE, abent three years
eM, twesre or thirteen hands high, has been reached and
trttaajss sometime since, has collar marks and shoe on
left fere-foot; valu-d at one hundred dollars. Ssld 8re
sory resides In the Sth Civil District, ten miles East of
Taken up hy Robert Cburchwell, on the 9th day of Jan
sary 67 a LIGHT SORREL HORSH, about fourteen
baaAs high, tat a sear on his right Mnd fort, aad a white
pot en his nose; valsed at frtv-flve dsflars. Said
Charchweil resides lathe 6th Oirtl District, nlns miles
Notthwest from RiWgh. 5 THOMAS, ,
;njj.w, JUirrrEiilty cruty.
Christmas, 185G. ::::::: New Year, 1857.
X. HLAUFSIAJT & BROTHER,
No. 10, : : FBONT BOW. : : No. 10.
HATE on hand a most extensive assortment of Fash
ionable Clothing for 'Winter nse. suitable for the
exquisite, the baslne man aad farmer.
ALSO, a large stocx ot siiAru una uuuw, gar
nishing Goods. Gnss, Pistols, &c
Furthermore, Gold, Silver and Plated 'Watches, both at
wholesale or mall.
No charge made for showing their Goods,
y.ariTXT H. cclahxE.
SPIVEY -& CliAKItE,
irnOLrSALE Awn RSTAIL DCAtXItf IX
OEKTLEMEK'S AND BOXS
3UIC LiiMiucr Aii uutva auu vmi ycu ttaof
5543 MAIX STREET,
Union Block, Opposite Court Square.
"VUR terras are cash, which enables ns te sell at the
KJ lowest price!. Wt respectfolly solicit a can ircm aa
In want of Clothing. mr-jHav?
aiAITOFACTURERS OF MENS
JL1CD WHOIXSAZ.S DEALIBJ IX
Staple and Domestic Dry Goods,
BOOTS, SHOES PLASTERS' GOODS.
OUR faculties this year being of snch a natare we are
enabledtocrenr FaU and Winter stock, which Is
nnnsnally large, to the trade and citizens genei al
the very lowest rates. Country Merchants and River
Traders in particular are earnestly requested to call and
examine oar stock Derore purccismscifc-o.n;.
SIMON & 3KKS3KU 63 Front Row,
Corner Jeflfersoa-st., under Commercial Hotel,
ATSW FALXi AND WINTER
PL OT HljESrO,
WE are now in rewpuM wu, - -
TKR STOCE OF CLOTHING, manufactured by our
own order expressly tor this MARKET, and In volntef
itule. material and tcrrimdtuH?. cannot be snrpas sed
by any HODS Kin the United St ittt, and to which we
respecUully invite the attention of
The Ragland Overcoat Trench Casslmere business
CatalenUn " 1 sails, plain or faney ;
$fin,lt ; ,Freneh DoubH MHled CassL
Cloak Goats, la various ma- mere Pants, plain or fancy;
teriSJS , rrrcucn vumc m nfc
Tun.t,i r.r,T cli asd mere Pssts. solid;
Overcoats: " Harris' Double MIH Cassi-
Avalanche Coats; mere Pants;
Lamb Skin Sasks and Cat- Steel and Oxford Mixed Cas
wiiw.! slmere Pants;
Srperflne Black Cloth and Flowered Cut Silk Velvet
Beaver Dress Overcoats: Tests;
Superfine Black. Blue and Diamond Cut Silk Telvet
Brown Dress Coats; . vests;
Superfine Black, Bine and Fancy Telvet Tests, saw
Ttr.n rrui Coats: . stjls. with every other
Scotch Casimers, business, variety,
BOTS CLOTHING. In all the preualtlng styles J
Over 600 suiU ot NRGRO CLOTHING
BLUE SATINETT SCITS. for Traders ;
STRONG KXRSET SUITS, tor Field Hands t
OVERCOATS lor Nearoes;
rrade. shade, site, variety and price; also Fur
nishing Goods ; Solid Sole Leather Trunks, Valises, Car
est Bags. Umbrellas, &c , i.c. All we ask Is a fair ex
aminattes of ear stock and prices.
SPIVET k. CLARKE,
Dealers la Clothing at Wholesale and Retail, No. 21.2
Mala street, Union Block, opposite Court Square, Menv-
t-Ms. Tenn. ot-uwia
187 3VTX3NT ST.,
Under the IForsliam House.
THE sabssrlber begs leave to anneunse to his custom
ers and the citirens of Memphis that he has return
ed from New Tork with a full assortment of most splen
did Goods, which ae is prepared te make up for ea.n on
short notice. epo-iy
TIN AND SLATE KObFING"
surzncEDrD ir tre cie or
WEST'S PATENT GALVAMC CE3IEXT.
THIS Cement, by its son-conduction and galvanism,
prevents metal roofs frem rusting and unsoldering;
aad resists the extremes ot heat and cold belter than
anything ever invented for entlr roofs, or for covering
over old shincies or metal roofs of any kind. The weight
heretofore attached to cement roofs Is avoided by the use
of this material, it being much lighter than tin or shin
ties It is adapted to all kinds of houses, fiat or steep
roofs. Its appearance is like tlate, beautiful alike tor
th. rich ctlaee or the humble cottage.
The undersigned, Having secureu me ngnt tome
State ef Tennessee, Is nt,w prepares to cover old or new
roofs if anydesoTlptlen, or to repair on roots last leak
around chimneys, sky-llgbts. battlements, fee , at short
est notice; and will also sell rights to terrrttorles, by
counties or towns, en ressaaable terms. The attention
or architects, builders, aad the public generally. Is Invi
ted to this Roofing, as something belter than anything
beforeknewn, for cheapness and durability. It being fisc
and water-proof. .
vi . D. ni..x.11. rrwniior.
Office In J. L. Morgan's Architectural Rooms, No. 10
Walker's stock, Memphis, Tennessee, where samples may
be teen: or address Box 657 post ezicc.
Of the many testimonials I have, I will hsro submit
To Whom it may Concern.
This Is to certify that I have had West't Patent Gal
vanic Otmeat put upon a roof at my atore, which here tc-
fo e leaked badly; but since the application or tnis la
ment it has been perfectly water-proof. I can recom
mend it to thepubUe for all roofing purposes, and believe
it to be a permanent fixture against are anu water.
JAMES BOYD, No. 172 Main-st.
Memphis, July IS, 1S56.
Having examined sampks et West's Talent Galvanlo
Cement for Roofing, and having a znowieage ei me ma.
lertal used in sard roofing, we have no hesitation in
savinr that we deem said roofing one ot the best that hat
come under our observation, ana we, on caeerxmiy re.
camm-nd It to the public, it being fire and water-proof.
sianwd. John L. Morgan. Architect; Wm. Crane, Archi
tect and Civil Engineer ; R. Vlrgessn, Carpenter; N
S. Brace k Co., Carriage Builders, Msnroe ttreet D
Ooekrell. proprlet..r Commercial Hotel; R. A. Benton
Mcitc Hocte. 253 Main ttreet.
Memphis, July IS, 1S5S.
Norton. Bradley k. Co.. tlsnert ; 3. V. -.athewt ; E. B.
Wicks. Barnard Slocum; S. Bastable; S.R.Mathews
Chas. A. WhealoniE. H Brewttsr; C. H. Utenbeatx
Syracuse. N. T i Amos Pratt. Master steamboat OUle,
BuSalo. N. Y.: S. C Case. Sup't Cars and BnUdingl M
C. R. R.. Detroit. Michigan; Wm Wens ; Henry Chls-
holcs : K. Leland. tinner. C.JTeland. Ohio, D. L. Jocc-
bus Sl Bro ; Gane. Brother & Drake, Tremont House
Sun't Public Buildings, Chicago, Illinois. All of the
above named pentlemen, with hosts of others, have used
this Ctmmt, and ean testlty aa to Itt rr-my ana ars
on! tr. aucaie-oem
vttz are agents for the tale of U abave GIN, aid
T V would be pleased to snpiKy piasters, we save sam
ples on baad. and can order any sue teat may oe aesircv .
Tettlmonlals from a number of good planters at tc tte
taperlor quality of these Slot, can be furnlihed. Pre per
guarantiet gives, and terms easy.
fb27-wly 8TKATT0N, McJTAVTTT fc. CO.
rnHE uadersimed. having taken out letters of Admla-
X lstratlon on the estate ot the late SOLOMON ROJ
ELL, all persons Indebted to the estate are expected to
make Immediate payment ; asd all creditors are requested
to present their claims duly authenticated ; otherwise they
will be barred. B. L. ruzell,
ect2S-w3m Adm'r ef So'omon Rsxeil, dee'd.
rjlHE underflrned are now opening at their NEW
A. DRUG STORE,
NO. 3T FRONT ROIT,
a general and well selected assortmen, ot
Fresli Drugs and Medicines,
Chemicals Faints, Oils, Dysttufis, Patent Medicines.
Glassware and Perfumery, warranted to be freib and
g. nuine, direct frsm New Tork. wllch are oCcred on ac
commodating terms. Call and Judge for yourselves, or
vend in your orders, wiuct win be promptly attended to,
particularly those from a distance, aad the goods sent
forward without delay. The patronage of our friends
and the pablie Is rcspeetf ally solloltcd te our new es
labtlttrasent, as we tsI assiren we caa render laMtftc-
aea to all aio rsa? lover ut with their outtom.
Psetcripiient ptrt up etrefuuy ay an box: J.
WATT C. BRADFORD.
LO D0Z Craablet, Nos. IS to 40;
,0 16 Circular Saws. 43 to 60 Inches ;
300 bbls. Newark Cement;
200 " Pinter Parti;
A good stock el Gum BoiUng;
Fries ot a aap"risr quality, all sizes
Fresca Bun MM! Stones, aU sizes ;
A large lot superior Belting Cloth ;
Fer tale low at the Union Foundry, Poplar street.
GAYOSO SAVINGS raSTITUTIOIT,
SAYINGS BANK & EXCHANGE OFFICE.
-t. -.s--. . '
ITo. 26 Madison Street.
rnHIS Institution, having been organized under a charter
I granteacyiBe uenerai Assembly of the state ef Ten
nessee, Is now ready for business. The Directors fer the
ensuing year are :
FRANK M. WHITE, AUG'ST at. POUTE. Jtt't.
C. J. SELDEN, E. M ATERT, Cathier.
By the charter, married women and children msy ds-
poslt all tons oi not lest than $1 per week, subject only
to their control, interest anowed oa all deposits for
more than four months, at six per cent, per annum. Ex
change on New Tort and lew Orleans. Collections made
and proceeds promptly remitted.
Memphis, Tena., Dec. ,tn, ibos. ly
Pure Ohio Catawba Brandy.
THE anderslgned hat thlt day received thirty cases of
A Lyon's prime Ohio Catawba Brandy, and hat
been appointed tele ag for the tale ef tblt celebrated
pure Native Brandy, which it ttrongly recommended by
physicians tor persons requiring Aicnonouc stimulants,
as it is the crJy jntr article ot P randy to be procured in
the unitea states.
dee10-3a CHANDLER lc CO , Agetrti.
Ragging, Bale Rope and Twine,
ect!3 atbnree atreet.
C O O I9 JEM'S
Refined Sheet and bhred Isinglass,
TTIOR BLANC MANGE. TABLE JELLIES, hx. A
a? prime article fer Coated loutrt. Hauls, and Family
. . . ,.k . . . , , . ..i.. , ,v
uve. to re eoitinea, wuu hjww" " y
prtoeipal6roccriandDruEsIjti thraashomi tbeCnlwd
States. KUivu. vuvrtat
uoirCta n ion.
COTTON SEED PLANTER!
Thliengraricgrtpresints an Improvement In
Jnvtniti by'J. A. STEWART, ef Kentucky, netr
Patented July 1st, 1856.
T fANDFACTuRED by STRKET at CO., corner of aec-
VI end ard Poolar streets. MemDhl
Orders for Plant ert received by STREET It CO.; also,
by GOOD LETT, NABKRS k CO., No. Front Row,
TERMS SIO 00, shop cost, including me ngnt louse.
Paid on delivery at the Shop. ueca-uu
Premium Cotton Gins.
rpEE attention of Cotton Planters is respectfully caned
1 to lae a Dove superior uioi, maumadureu oy a. car
ver ic Co.. East Bridgewater. Mass. Under a recent Im
provement, the Carver Gins are regarded as the best now
In general use ; their superiority needs no comments frca
us, as thousands are now In successful operation In the
We have on hand fifty Glus, embracing an the amerent
sixes and numbers ot saws.
Also 10 and 12 feet segment bolts, washers, &c., com
plete, an ot which we offer to our friends upon the usual
terms and time. bwiss s. uibsuh,
Nos. 1 and 2 Exchange Building.
Memphis, Sept. S8, 1S51 tt
WHITLEY'S PATENT PORTA
CLARK & AVERY,
St. Lov.it, Mo.
AGENT AT MEMPHIS,
HAVING taken the Agency for the sale of the above
Circular Saw Mills, I am prepsred to fill all orders
fer Mills, with or without the power te drive them on
the shortest notice
Persons wishing to purchase Mills, and also desirous that
they should be set up and pat Into operation, can be ae-
We do atA wish to praise our own work, all we ask of
persons wishing te purchase Mills is to examine our
work before buying elsewhere, as we think they will give
us the preference after such examination. We are sat.
lsfted our Mills will saw more lumbar, and in better ttyle
In the tame number et hours than any other Saw Mill
Persons wltMng to purchase Mills will please addrer s
me at Memphis, Tens. G. McLEAN.
Black bmith and Bheet Iron norkor,
Corner ef Front Rene and Ji'inchetter-it.,
SECOND-HAND Bailers bought, sold
and exchanged for new one. Sheet Iron
ff?ivorr aone or every description, tucn as
"fiSSiChlmneys, Brich-n. Fire Beds, Escape
Pipes, Condensers, Foiges.Metalic Life-Beats, and Steam
boat Work In general. Also, Bank Safes, Flreprocf Shuts,
Gasometers, Citterns. &c.
N- B Boilers repaired at the shortest notice, and on
then est reasonable terms. novU-diwly
Tatuin's Patent Oil-Ground
From the latest numbev of the Photographic and Fine
FT the whole history of Art in the production of Por
traits ot th' highest order, no single improvement
hat coatributed at mnch as this new process. All that
has been developed by science In the use f the camera
and the light of the tun, so wonderfulls suectssful in the
uaguerrcoipc, ..raoroijpe ana irnMgrapfi, cave oeeu
appropriated by this new process to large pictures on the
most perfect and durable of all ground to receive the
piasllc touch an I exquisite tint ot the aril I't brash.
Real oil paintings In oil grounds upon canvas such as
hasalwa't been regarded by the masters of art as the
best receptacle for colors In oil, are now readily proiacej
with all the truth of the daguerreotype In delineation,
aad of livitg, breathing, blooming nature in color, tone
and expression, from the miniature up to that of lite size.
with a facility and durability that Is astounding evn . i
this age of steam, electricity and intellectual prepress.
Portrrlts the size of lire may be eeeured from small dt-
gcerreotypet of persons deceased, with at much truth and
accuracy as from the living subject-
Sittings from the living subject are almost entirely dis
pensed with, and the finished portrait dellvertd in one or
two days from the order.
The durability of these oil ground paotogrspbs Is In
sured for a hundred years. It desired, as there Is r o chem
ical or foreign matter used or Introduced that can In any
wise afieot the permanency or duratllltyof the picture.
the ground being the same as has been most approved
and that ordinarily nted by artists in portraiture and
landscape; the vehicles and paints are also the same.
Mr Tatum. the patentee, with a mind well stored with
scientific trnth, and possessing an enviable skill in the
higher walks of art, cas thus, in bis Issl achievement.
and the liberal ternu offered his fellow artists In prosecu
ting his new proces , not only reflected credit upon hit
native country In the great race ot human progress, but
done great honor to his own head, hand and h art, and
doubtless win receive tram an oonge p opie the reward
due his arduous toil and brilliant achievement.
PAlhlv fc PGVLOW
ARE the only Artlstt In the city who make this new and
beautiful ttyle of Portrait!. They have tbe exclusive
rlzbt for the city, and all other Portraits made upon nan.
vast by the Photographic process are but imitations of
tbe original TATUM process.
Many beautiful specimens of the ci' liens ot Memphis
are on exhibition at the STAR GALLERT, where all are
ltvited to rail and see for themselves Jan7 lm
MARSHALL FEMALE IXSTITDTE.
rpHB rail Sessloa of the Marshall Female Institute
L will open on MONDAT. the 15th September next.
under the government of Rev S. W. SFEElt.D.D., Presi
dent, Mrs. A. B SPEER, Preceptress, assisted by able
and expenencca teacners.
The Board of Instruction Is not y st full. The President
will brUg with him from Natchez Professors ot Mathe
matics and Music, wno nave Dees associated with him
for a number of years in that city.
The nubile are assured that every department will be
fined with teachers tcual to any in the a untry. that everv
effort will be made to continue ins institute in the high
position Ithas long occupied, and that no means will be
tpared la affording young laaiet every racimy jor acquir
ing anrofonnd and an accomplished education.
The commodious and excellent building now In process
of erection will certainly be ready In every respect for the
recentlon of vjudIIs by the opening of the session.
Dr. Speertsnowin tue eastern unci loruisnicg me
Institute with Furniture, Arearatus and Musical In.tru
menu, allot whlchw
111 be ot the best style and finish.
Rates of Board and Tuition persession the tame at last
session, vit :
Tuition in Literary Department from $12 to $20 00
Music, with use of Instrument uu
Bsard.ner month 9 X
No centleman could come more satisfactorily recom
mended than Dr Sneer, as an able Instructor, a thorough
scholar, and a skillful disciplinarian. Sustained by ener
getic, zealous and Industrious teacters, and by an lntetli
rent and enterprising Board of Trustees, the Principal
hopes te have schoool worthy cf general confidence and
extensive patronage. An appeal is cade to the former
friends and patront of "old Marshall," and to thepub
Ue generally, lor a liberal inpport.
augl3wtf j. j. oiiminv.
SAINT JOSEPH'S COLLEGE,
Near Somerset, Ferry Coasty, 0.
rpHE Annua! Setslon ef this Institution will be re-
J turned on tbe nnr Monday or aepimoer, isoe.
For Board and Tdtloa In English branches, wash
ing and mending linen, and use of bed and bed
ding, per aanum.
For Board (at above) with Tuition In Algebra, Ge
ometry, Surveying, Book-Keeping, Kbeurie, His
tory, and the use of the Globes...........
For Board (aa above) with Tuition In the Classics
and Natural Philosophy.
For Instructions m Piano, with use ct Instru
ment per annus ...i.
For Instruction on other Instruments.............
Stationery, Books, Medidnss, when furnished, at
To those who remain at the Institution during va
cation, an extra ehargt will be made of
J. JL. kbllt, Frtaldant.
63 Refer to Xsv. J, T. Talt, Memphis, for further
if. f. (Hstrlt a a.
ON the 1st June, 1SS. the firm heretofore existing be
tween F. H. CLARK and A. C. WURZACH was dis-
""""i uuiiwiouKii. 11. uark Is charged with
.v w me lata firm ef F. II.
vi". v'- Jr. H. CLARK.
ThefscbscTlbers have associated thesuelvei together
iwt .U UlMk VI Mt a. VbAAJk a. ljJ.
T. H. auiRr.
JAS. S. WILKINS,
OUR NEW FIRM.
It afibrds me pleasure to announce to my friends and
the public that I have associated with me my former
partner, JAS. S. WILKINS, and my well-known assis
tant. Tiiua. una unasr ice familiar style of T II
CLARK it CO. '
The new firm will start with an efficient force In each
mechanical branch, the Watch department being underthe
supervision ofKr. Wllklns.
Pto full at all times of the latest fashions, and prices
"ic iuc quality wi siyie of geods can be pur
chaseo. la Philadelphia or New York.
I am thankful for the liberal patronage extended to me
daring my fifteen years' residence in Memphis, aad my
r. H. CLARK.
TJUR aim has ben to keep pace with our growing city,
vf ana .arnHa nwi woo want Goods in onr tine with
good artKl'S, and at fair prices. Our assortment, for
years, has been but little if any behind our Eastern
eiti's It ! mo-e extensive this season than ever. Onr
'-aing crascces are, nrsi
Of whi -. we bare every ts-iOtT in general use.
tocctner wim a large n. -.rlment made to our
order, whKh for nea(Le. of style and tlnv-keep-
-t..,iu iiBi ur Hone, in nnr ltunmMt
will be found the Klght Day Watch and the Repeating
vuiwuwiKi, iiiiui fcisie 10 a minute in the dark.
J E TV E LJl Y .
Our assortment in this Important branch la knt fnti
hy frequent receipts of all the new styles, whether of
IorciftU or uoiucsucpruuBCllou.
We have made this branch of our business a study for
years, not only posting ourselves with regard to the dif
ferent qualities and merits ot the different styles and ma
kers, but ot the kinds best suitable to our market. Our
assortment, for a number ot years, has been large, to
wnicn we have recently made many additions ot our own
importation. We can lurnish our customers with SHOT
GUNS from $5 to $200; RIFLES from $10 to $100.
aiso, mi ceieoraiea au.MU'i. a ill us.
DERRINGER and COLT, of all sizes. Also, a full as
sortment oi uc xiaas m general use.
Tea and Coffee Sets, Pitchers, Goblets. Cuds. Castors.
opoous, uuics, wuu many cnotce jrancy Articles,
an com oar.
SILVER PLATED GOODS.
Urns, Castors, Candlesticks. Tea and Coffee Sets. Enerc-
nes. Cake and Fruit Baskets, Spoons, Forks, Ladles, Pitch
ers, uomcw, Jps, natters, AC. &c
A fun assortment of Pocket and Table, tram the best
makers, wiiu a great variety of Fancy Goods.
OTJR IIECHAlSnCAI. BRANCH.
All kinds of Watch Work done in the most faithful
manner. Jewelry repaired, and new made to order.
Plain and Oramental; Seals for Lodges. Courts, he
in ftiiy aijic , okui X 1.1 .ej oi an sizes.
Prof. Remington, Artist,
Embraces a suit of rooms built expressly for the purpose,
and we are prepared to tarnish our customers with first
class pictures mall the various styles.
in building expressly for our business, we have co Hi
tmen every convenience for the different branches, and
greatly reiuced our expenses, which, with our facilities
anu tneextenaion of our business, enables us te tell goods
and do work on the most reasonable terms Goods cheer
fully shown and fairly represented, and we Invite all.
both buyers and the curious, to drop In without ceremony
ana examine our ttoc-. we beep a pen house tor all.
octl6-dawly F. H. CLARE, fc CO.
rrtEE late.t and by f ar the most important Improve-
i incut m j-iHuKrpaT is ius rrceauy paiectea pic
ture known as the SPHEREOTTPE, which Is not only
new and unlike any of Its predecessors, but greatly su
perior to all. The Spar reotype Is proof against time,
air and water, and for richness of tone, warmth ef
expression and distinctness bts ro equal In fact the II
lutien Is such that the picture, or Image, seems suspead-
ea in air, entirely independent of the back ground
For this picture we have the exclusive right for Mem
phis- Specimens csn be seen In our Gallery, where pic
tures are alto laten ta toe various style- by our Artist,
who combines the Chemist with the Artist, which eua-
btee him at all times to produce superior Pictures.
P. II. CLARE & CO,
dec2-tf No. 1 Clark's Marble Block.
GENERAL C0LLECTIXG AGENCY.
T7IROM and after the first nt Januarv 1R.V7 the nmlar-
JD signed offers his services to the Merchants, Mechan-
ict ana professional Men ot Memphis, as a Collector of
.1VKI uu Aunuie,
All Tapers placed In my hand vfl be secured bv
ceipt and endorsement.
Arrangements made with besiness beus ee bv tbe vear :
or for a stipulated per cent.
Letters addressed to me through the Post Office, or left
at my ofloe. Northwest eorm r ot M sin and Adam s treets.
up uirB, wm raonve prompt attention.
cecn-sm J. MARSHALL WOODWARD.
HAVINGJust returned from a business tour North,
with .11 th. e.ellllle. r f.Vin.- . rf...v
Daguerreotypes, Ambrotypes, Sic,
I im now ready In person to serve my friends and the
p' s nertlly in my Hue, on the most reasonable terms.
I hfcre no new tangled patents and dap-trap processes
to offer the public. My establishment has to stand ot
fztl anil all tbe blazonry ot its neighburs, upon it; own
RIFLE MALE ACADEMY.
rpiIE next setatec et this ins trsu win commence
JL MONDAT, PebruryS "7 id continue twenty
one weeks, under tv.e care ,i Kev. ABXER Morjull,
TUITION PER SESSION.
...$ S 00
... 10 CO
... 12 00
... IS 00
53" No deduction fer absence. exceDt far nrotraeted
The Trustees are happy to announce that they have se
cureu a permanent teacher, aad from the known reputa
tion ot Mr. Morrill as an instructor ot youth, thev can
confidently recematead this School to aR who wish to
have tbeir rent well and thoroughly taught.
Ripley, Tenn., JargQ-w3t P. T. GLASS, Src'r.
TENAESSEE FEMALE COLLEGE,
rpnE first session of this Instiiutkin commences the
X FIRST MONDAT, (Sd dsy, ef February. The aus-
plcet are favorable Franklin la one ot the most pleas
ant ana orauaiui towns or toe aisle. TC0 Ktr. J. U
SIIARPE is President, assl'ted by a full, experienced and
efficient corps of Teachers. Th College building is the
ornament of Franklin, and soCcient y commodion. for
two hundred and fifty pepils. Our motto is "thor-
odoiiness." Music aad Ornamental Branches shall
not be neglected. The Boarding Department is conducted
oyair. ana ms. silAKl'K, and ere-y want shall be sud
plied. For Circular and other particulars, address tie
i-resweni, or JUUA MARSHALL.
TJNIOIST FEMALE COLLEGE,
rpiTE next session of this excellent Inst'tutlon will be-
1 gin on me .nnr iuoncay tn septanberncxt.
3T"iV CTil'trtr .
Rev. 3. G. BURNET, D. D., Pinident. and Profetsor
of Ancient Languages, Mental and Moral PhHosenhv.
Rev. GEO. T. STEINBACEt, A. B., Frofetaor of Physi
Mist M. L MOORS, Inttructrest In Mathematics.
Mist EMILT MOORE, Instructress In French and
, Profetsor In Vocal and Instrumental Music
Miss MART A. WARNER, Assistant In Music Desart-
, Principal in Preparatory Department.
Mrs. S. G. BURNET, Governess.
PrrpaTatoro AewfCTcnpeUtaB.a?nff. Wrl.
ting, Arithmetic, Geography, English Grammar, and Uni
in colleqe proper. History. Ancient and Sfndrn
BoUny, Pnytiology. Meteorology, Mvtholocv. Alrebra.
Natural Philosophy, Chemistry. Rhetoric, Astronomy,
uroH, imimcuj, Auaouoareiry, jaeniat rrulosophy.
Logic, and Evidences of Christianity.
tsiasncai uourtc.Laun u rammer. Reader. Cj-sar's
ComMentaries, Virgil, Cicero de Officllt and Amldtla.
Gre-k Grammar, Reader, Greek Testament. n.mcHs
lliau, jLenopaou jiHtoasis.
Terms per Session of 21 YTeelfR.
Preparatory Department jto 00
Primary and Sophomore Classes
.. 15 00 I
Junior and Senior daises
Board, including all contingent expenses
Believing that the time has arrived when Southern
girls tbould be educated in southern schools, we confi-
drntly appeal to Southern parent and cuardlans for a
liberal share ot patronage.
The blanks wl I be filled in due time.
J3" Eagle and Enquirer copy. July22-wtf
SOMERY1LXE :MAL,E ACADEMY,
TTTlLL open on MONDAT. th 5d of February, In the
V V bonding which hat lust been erected. Tblt build
ing has been especially adapted. In Its Interior construc
tion and arrangement, to convenience, health, and good
taste, nd to the requirements of this school, and will be
fnraishrd with th most improved school furniture,
(single desks ana cnairs,) ana otner enucatiosai appli
ances. Tor Inftrmatlon, address tbe Principal,
E. M. MOORE,
Jan20-w3t Somervllle, Ttnn.
Scotch and Irish Whisky,
TUST received, by H- H. POTTER,
t dacl6 llain-it., H deer North Wonhsm Hons.
SWAN & CO.'S LOTTERIES.
Capital Prize $50,000.
TnEfoUowingSchencewinbedrawn by S. SWAN &
CO., Managers ot the FORT GAINHS ACAD KMT
7.TLKJi? ' ' G'on!l. Bd the SOUTHERN MILITARY
ACADEMT LOTTERT, of Alabama, In each of their
Lotteries for February, 1BS7.
CLASS O .
To drawn in the City of MOBILE, Alabama, in
public, en SAT3RDAT, February 7th, IS37.
To be drawn in the City of Atlanta, Georgia, l" Pt,
on THURSDAY, February ltb, 1S37.
To be drawn In the city of Atlanta, Georgia, in puMis, on
SATURDAY, February 53th, 1857, on the plan of
Single Jumliers :
3,200 3Px-2:oe : :
Moro than Ono Prizo to Every Ten
TUIRTl' TII0USAKI) TICKETS !
I Pilze ef
M,00o If JW.000
20,000 Is 10.000
10.009 Is 10,000
9,000 is 9,000
8 O.fl is 8 000
7,000 U 7,000
e ooo is 6.000
6,000 1 fi.000
000 is 4,000
3.000 Is 1.000
1.S00 Is 1,000
100 are 10.000
SO are S.000
4 Prizes ef $59Aprx'tlng to $50,000 Prix areflOOO
2.2G0 prizes amounting ta..,
Wholo Tickets, 810; Halves, $5 00;
PLAN OF THE LOTTERY.
The Numbers from 1 to 30 000. corresnondinc with these
Numbers on the Tickets printed on separate slips of pa
per, are encircled with small tin tubes and placed la one
The first 212 Prizes, similarly printed and encircled, art
placed In another 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 fruni the other wheel. The Number and Prize
drawn out are opened and exhibited to the audience, and
registered by the Commissioners ; tbe Pilze beinc claced
against in A umoer drawn. This operation Is repeated
until au mc a-rizes arj crawn out.
Approximation Phizes. The two preceding and the
two succeeding Numbers to those drawing tbe first 12
Prizes will be entitled ti the 43 Approximation Prists, ac-
coraing u ine rcneme.
O" The 3.0uO Prizes of SI0 wHl be determiaed br tbe
last figure of the nunitxr that draws the $50,000 Prize.
rorextmpie, li ins numbers drawing $00,000 Prize ends
with No. I, thtn all the Tickets where the number end.
la 1 will be entitled to 130. If the Number ends with
No. 2, then all the Tickets where the aamber ends in 2
will be entitled to $z0, and to on to 0.
Certificates ot Packaget will be told at the following
rates, wnicn is me risk:
Certificate of Package ot 10 Whole Tickets $S0 00
" " 10 naif " 40 00
" 18 Quarter " SO 00
In ordering Tickets or Certificates, end; th moner
le our aeares. for in Tickets ordered.on receiptor which
they will be forwarded by first mail. Purchasers can
have Tickets endisg in any figure they may d signal.
The list of drawn numbtrs and prizes will be foiward-
ed to purchasers immediately after the drawing.
Furchssert will please write their algaaturet data, and
give their Post Office, County and State.
3- Remember that every Prise It drawn and parable
In full without deduction.
3" All Prizee of $1,000 and uader. paid immedialelv
ancr me arawing otaer Frlzet at tte usual time cf
All communications ttrictly eonfldeatlal.
S3" Prize Tickets cashed or renewed la ether Tirkett
at either office.
Addret o'dert for Tickets or Certificate ot Fatkacet of
Ticxeia eitncr to
S. SWAN . CO., Atlanta. Ga., or
jai o. anA.li -Montgomery, AJa.
CORN AND WHEAT MILLS.
THOSE who are in want of Portable Mills far horse,
tttamor water power, or Burr Mlllttonet of everv
size, and best quality, are invited te call at my Factory,
-wuerc mcy are maae. wnicn are secenu to none in the
United States. My Horse Mills will griai from six to tea
and eleven bushels gosd meal per hour; and I can fully
substantiate th assertion. I guaranty satisfaction In
all cases I refer to a few cf the merchants et the city
who have soMmsny ef my Mills, and can tsstlfy of the
ctcn cnaracter tney pear.
F. Lane X Co., Graham &HH1,
Jones, Brewn & Co., J. C. Grlffing 4l Bro..
E. M. Appsrson & Co., Strattoa, MeDavltt i Co.,
All orders addressed to me direct, or threuzh mer
chants, ball have protap- sttsntien. Factory on Poplar
street, adjoining City MHls. near the river. MemchU.
ran. n M. BADGES.
K. J. B. L. WINN
HAS REMOVED HI8
gsddle and Harness Manufactory
To 'o. 331 Maln-tt, opposite Square. Ettpt constant
ly on hand and for sale-
Coach, I Somsrsstt, I Whips of all kinds,
atn. x, I snartor. I Blind BrKHet, .
Buggy, Plain, I Riding Bridles,
Carryall, Spanish, I SaddlsBsgs,
Wagon asd Side and I Medical Bags,
Plow Wagon I Traveling Bags,
HARNESS, i SADDLES. ! fcc.ie.ie.
Saddlery Hardware, Huddle Trees, Band, Sols, Upptr,
uarness. Skirting and Bridle Lsauars , Trace Cbalns,
Uames, din Banes, UC marS3-rwIy
From iiScmpliis to (Srcn.ida.
"NTK w DAILT I.1XE of fonr-horse Past Coaches from
Memphis to Grenada, via Panola, Oakland, and Pret-
uo, sixty miles the thortatt and bttt route rrta Mem
phis to Grenada, through in tixteen hours ; distance 104
miles thirty-eeven miles by Railroad. Through titkers
can be bad at the General Railroad and Stage Office, un
der the worsham House. Pare S7
McALEXANDER S. ODELL.
novS-dawSm Proprietors. '
TnE undersigned wsuld rejpectfully Inform the pub
lic that he has takea eharie et the Male School near
Forest Hill Semlaary, where he htpes by unrsnlttlag at
tention to the dalle ef hit profession to msrlt a small
shsre et the public pstronags. To a thorough CeHegitte
education, inoas et the first Colleges ef oar land, he
uniusalargs experience as teacher ef youth. Tonne I
men will be thoroughly Itted far College, erlhe attlve
duties of life. 6ool board caa be had la rsspettable pri
vate families at tight dollars per month. The plase is ef
eonvenlent access, being on tbe line ot the Meaphls and
Cbarleeton Railroad. Students will Istvt the cart at
Forest Hill Station, wbtre they will readily find the
school by Inquiring at the Female Seminary.
JAMES YOORIU33, Principal.
Rtttrsnccx Rev. B. Miller, Prlaslpal Psmale Scmina-
nary at Forest Hill; II. Owen, B. Cash, V. Baaguss, M.
Neville, E W. Kinney. W. T. Bettie, S. Raid, J. Vangit,
J. Begun, s. A. Msachara, Mr. Csldwtu and a. uwea.
MARINE AND FIRE INSURANCE CO.
Of Nashville, Tenn.
CAPITAL, :::::: 8150,000.
JOSEPH VAULX Prea't A. W. BUTLER, See'y.
G. M. Fogg,
Alex. Allison, Thompson Anderson,
R. H. Gardner, P. A. Owen,
Joseph Vaulx, James Ellis,
Alloway, W. I. Bakln.
MARINE INSURANCE on Cargoes and Freight under
open or ipedal policies. Inland Transportation Risks ot.
Merchandise, by steamboats, railroads, or Iandcarrla;.;
also, hazards oa rivers and laxet to or from aay part of
the United States.
FIRE INSURANCE oa bulldlsgi, dwelling or other
steles, goods in store, rurniture, ate, in town or country.
f,.i croes insarea against tue Gangers or ine rivet.
j. i. ui.vsuiLK, Agent,
Office Jefferson street, Mtaphls.
The illutHal Life Insurance Compaaj,
0P NEW T0RX.
Accumulated Fund, $3,000,000.
THE rates adopted by this Company are baaed 'neon the
most correct okservsuons. roucy noraert get an the gals
et the Company, at it It purely mutual, having no prefer
red steer or other capital to taseth first fruits of ptcfiis
Any person wishing insurance ea his or ber life will re
ceive all lntormauen, togetber wiin me reqnltile foirat ti
appucauon, Dyeaumgtn J. ujmsdale.
Agent jdutuai Life insurance Comoanv.
octll-ly Office Jefferten ttreet, MemphW.
---' J-f Awji T I VAUVki
PUELOX & F ARRIS, Proprietors,
NEAR'JB DEPOT OP THE
iTaistiBBiiix . A cnnessee icaiiroaa
-.AUFACTURERSof Waiont, Plows, Drsys, Carts,
avj. nuramrrevi ana Agricultural implements gener
ally. Also, Sash, Door,, Blinds, Mouldings, Brackits,
Casings and Base kept constantly on haad for sale, aad
made to order at short notice.
v AU kinds of Wood Turning and 8awlng dene on the
mosi ratonaeie terms, we ar alio doing a general
Building Business, and solicit a call fram tb.se interim.
to build, aa w think we can do their work cheaper and
give better tatlsfactton than any on els In th dry. W
u. u ana most approvea machinery la tbe manu
facture ot ocr work, and fcelna both nraetle.) tn-Jinle
we ean and wm do our work better and tell It cheaper
mu uj iei iuaon,nmeni in in city. To ill we say
com and try -ta. We alto do Wrouiht-Iron Work rA
very uescriptton mak Wrought Shuttrri for Boas,
fcc AU our work U luiTy-nuraaUed.
II&R J W8LREm
TXJE respestfnlly tan your attention to oar extensive
V stock of Hardware. Cutlery, Gunt, French Window
Glass, Nails, Castings, Metals, and an other articles la
our line suited to the trade of this aection of country
most of which has either been imparted byes direct from
Europe, or selected from the best factories in America, by
our partner resident In the Esst.
The recent addition ot another store to our premise,
enabled us to establish a eonrtnlsnt
WHOLESALE SAMPLE ROOM.
entirely dlsconncctnl from the retail branch et our trade,
aad we feel assured that Merehanta win consult their own
Interest by looking Into this room and making their se
lections. None but good aad punctual men need apply,
unless accompanied with the cash.
LOWNES. 0RGILL fc. CO.,
13 and It Front Row.
Jan4 jfew Tork Office, 41 Piatt ttreet.
"TTTE have Just received from th Cumberland River a
v r fall assortment aad heavy stcek ef the
Celebrated "Stacker" Iron!
Including War en and Bandy Tire, Plough and Scraper
Slabs, asserted Plough Moulds, Horse-shoe, Nail-rod,
Round, Square, Oval, Half-ov.I, Scrap, Jtc, fce., ot every
required dimensions. Also
Warranted Bellows, solid bx(and other) Vices, Mouse
holt Anvilt Sledge and Hand Uammert, Smiths' Teags,
stocts ana Dies. Plat, Square and Octageo Cttt Steel,
English and American Blister, German Steel, Borax,
uorte-naut, rorUNe Forges. &c , Apply to
LOWNES, OBC1LL it CO,
Jani 12 and 14 Front Row
TUST Received, heavy shipments of Ploughs, embracing
cf varioaa eiz'-s or "uvingsiou county," amonzsr wnicn
are several hundred of th celebrated No. II. Also Double
Mould-board, Sub-soil, H -11-side. Harrows, Cultivators,
ana an enaiess variety cf and necessary Agricultural and
Horticultural Implements for Darticnltrs of which, see
our illustrates. i;aiaiogu, rurnttnea artfis at our store.
UJWSIO, UblilLL. K CO.,
Jaa4 13 and 14 Front Row.
R. I C H ' S
Fire - Frooi Sales
FACTS SPEAK LOUDER THAN WORDS ! I
AT the great fire which brake out in Warren and Murray
ttrrnts. New Tork, Sth November last, wheie prop
erty to toe amount oz
600.000 ! !
was destroyed, several of these Safe's were tested with
results similar to the following:
Mr. Ebitok : In the fire at No. 39 Warren-street, on
the morning of the 9th inst., oar most valuable books and
papers were ei posed for Zi hours in on. of Steams k.
Wt tay fir proof, not because they are to labeled, bat
because we have so proved them. Onr books aad papers
came oat uninjured, save tbe binding ot the books, occa
stoned by steam.
Our store was fire stories above ground, and two sto
ries below, occupied from cellar te garret. The intensity
ot in seal caa be attested by any fireman who witnessed
No furnace could be contrived by the Ingenuity of man
to create a more intense beat. We voluntarily give this
tribute to the value ot thesa Sales, and select your widely
circulated col mercial journal to infera th mercantile
conimuaityw at estimate to plac upon Steams tc Mar
vtn'a Wilde- .-atent Salamander Safes.
HA VI LAND, BARREL fc. RISLET,
In this connexion the Manufacturers write ut: We have
made these Sates over 14 yea s have sold over 3,200
Had 215 tested la accidental fires in tbe United States and
Canada, and never yet had a customer to lose a dollar by
Ore from one of them. W think they haraeaiaed a high
repuutlen, as they are readily sold her In preference to
etner sale's at .3 to oo per cent. less price." A full stock
kept constantly on hand by
LOWNES, ORGILL fc. CO.
Agents for Stearns fc. Marvin
It. HAWKS JOnS SMITH WM. PACK,
HAKS, SMITH & CO.,
IMPORTS!! ASD DIAUM lit
iLraerlcan. ztxx3. jPoiroisxx.
Hardwaro and Metals,
Ivou, Kails, Castings,
Utt. 301 and I0f Slain-tt., tettteen Monroe and Vnion,
ang24-daw MEMPHIS, TEJJX.
HAWKS, SfflTII & CO.'S BULLET1X
rnHE subscribers having now reolveJ the greater part
A et their net ttock. are prepared t offer gieat Induce
ments to th Merchants, Planters, and Mechanic of Ten
nessee, Mississippi and Arkansas. Their ttock It large,
and hat beea selected with great care from tas bsl man
ufacturers, comprising in part
Heavy Goods, Cordnce, &e
lflOCkigs best Bottoa Nail, 4d. t60d.;
60 " " " " 3d ;
80 dot. Collins' Hartford Axes;
60 " Hunt's celebrated Axes;
100 " H. Collins superior Axes!
S casks Log Chains, 6-1 6, S, K,7-1S
1 " Wagon Chains, assorted ;
10 " Trace " straight aad twisted ;
2 " Jap'd Coll Chains, J, 4;
3 Moushcle Anvils j
2 " Coley's "
1 Hooks and HUges;
1 " Blacksmith Tongs;
1 " Hind and Sledg Hammen(
900 doz. Ames' Shorelt aad Stedet J
275 Grindstones. Nova Scotia;
50 doz. Ceffee Mills ;
15" WeU Wheels;
t cak Pump Chains ;
4 " Fixtares; e
20 dot. Well Buckets ;
50 " Cotton and Wool Cards;
20 Jim Craw Cards;
1C0 Sausage Meat Cutters ;
50 Cotton Balance! ;
100 Collt Manilla Rope, M to 2 Inch;
60 " Jute " assorted;
10 Cotton "
" Bath Cord;
300 poaadt Cotton and Htmp Twin ;
Slielf Hardware, &c.
250 Grost Table Sjslvetand Forks;
120 psirs Carvers, assorted;
10 dor. Table and Butcher Steel:
WosieahoIsij'Ptn aad Poekti Kalveaf
Wade Jc Butcher's Rixors I
Scissors and Shears ;
Mill Saw, Flat aad halt rstcd TUs,
nand Stw Files, assecttd ;
60 gross Eriltannla Tea and Tabl Spoons t
Kn . t . . J a . r. . '
un. a .Airu iiooBS ana , Of 1 ,
130 " Chest, Cu beard and TrnnkLosks;
180 " a'sorted Rim, Front and Store Door Loekt ;
150 ' Greenwood's tuperler Hlngtt;
ISO pair Brast Pillar Candlesticks ;.
400 " " Chamber
CO " White Metal
80 " " Pillar -
40 sett fine Jap'd Waiters ;
8s dot assorted aa Trays
03 sett Brass-bead Fire lrnsj
60 pairs "
120ptirt " t
30 left Pine Steel
S00 dot. Curry Combs ;
30 Cotton Hooks;
60 " Brass aad Pewter Pancttts.
IWeclianic8' Tools. &.e.
$0 dot. Batcher's C. 3. Farmer Chisels aad C.nte.
ts sorted ;;
Socket Cblstls, assorted;
Taming Chlstls and Gonget,
tingle aad doable Plane Irons,
at sorted ;
Butehtr's and Hunt's Adres :
Hunt's and Collins' Hatchttt, fce :
Ctrnt' Drawing Knives;
Spear fc Jackson't C. S. haad, pann and rip
Spear & Jaskson't S. S. panatt andrlp Sawt;
10 " BtrdshtwiC. S.hand, panneland rioriwit
19 " Beardshrw'aCS.tenowSawi; P
6 " " " Hlii,i . ,
ert hA.M TTtcIam V . a. .1 .
250 boxet Chtrcetl Tin Platea. bait -.-.,.
1000 pounds Bar Tin;
iousneeis uopper, 90x80;
1 case una tAipptr ;
2 tasks thtetZlnc;
" Iron Wire, saptHor eutUtrl
28 slabs Speltre; ' w
20 airs Lead:
SOOO pounds bar Lead ;
20 cells Lead Pip.;
A full as Mrtmtnt f RlvtU, EtU Ian, Saaoa Pas
Handlts. fce. Our stock ef '
Agricultural IniTiitma.ne t
CoraMias, Briar Hooks,
Corn Shellers, noes and Rakss,
reed Cuters, Hay and Manure Forki.
Spading Forkt, Pruning Saw,, '
Pab3Dlg,f r,, Pruniag Ohlsels,
Cedar Churns. w,t.i r, V.
Owing t the extitma law w.s.r w. v. i.
We as yet to obtala eur stock f Iroa, but w har mad
inch arrangement at will enable ut. oath rttnmptlon
of navigation la the Ohio river. 1. fnmi.k , .?:
rt with Boiled and Chareoil in. r..i... ... ""
lew prices at any houie la h. Southwt.t! w. thall
hav a large rsppty . Wheelttrrowt In store in a few
tT- HAWES. SM1TIT v rr,
"tad 206 Maln-,t.
Mince Pies and Sausages.
rnnOSK who are fend f the above, win di welltocaH
jl. .iuu. our assortment er MEAT CUTTERS.
HAWKS. SMITH Jl CO.,
3C4 and S0 Main street.
FIFTEEN -hundred kegs Eastern Nails, for salt low to
the trade f r oath, ot approved ptptr.
HAWES, SMITH & CO.,
Smnl-av. A .4 ,
TTJTTrcelved, 180,000 Cigars, ranging la prlc from
v v mi 9u a tneasano, ay
IT. Tf PflTTER
Mam-it., 34 doer Uorth WortSuHoss.
1 ease Spear & Jackson's Crost-Cut Sawt, 8 to 8 fset;
i .. v, , , " " " Xt.8fe.
1 ' Rowlsnd't 8to8lstt.
A Urgt assortmeat of Squaret, Augert, Hammert, fcc.
PARIS HOUSE CONFECTIONERY.
Wholesale ana detail
xi o. tjv iTont Sow.
rgr THANEFUL to bis friends aad the public
rr-for the very liberal utnme. .t.t i.
him for the last eight years, M. LOUIS MON
TEDONICO begs leave te l.rarm tt. rii,,.n.
ot Memphis and vicinity that he will constantly keep on
hand a large assortment ot the best Imported wines
Claret, Port, Madeira, White, fcc ; alto, SceUa Ale and
M. L- MONTZDOXSCO alwayt keeps ea hand a great
variety ot Fancy Candles and Ten. an assortment of .tiv
Candy, Pruaea la Jars aad boxes, Raisins, Crap's, every
. I J . T it .a . w . . .
nnn vi xiruiit riais. rjuwi. LODiicn. sardiBt
OHres. Frtnch ami EnjIU!; fatUrd, Sajar la tef
v..,, uuu v umser, rre-
tup. Pepper Sauce, Chocolate, Cordials, Syrups. Macca
ronl, VermaceHl, the best Havana Cigars, aad a great
many e:her articlee, too numerous temeatkta,nawo&ered
tor sale very low, either by wholesale or retail.
Having, at much expense, secured th services of two
of th meet txperierced workmen ever 1st thjs city, he
Catters himseit tbst h cannot be tarpassel in arranging
and decor a tin J tables for Parties. Weddings, fc , with
honor to himself and satisfaction to his customers.
flSlTrPT-T flAT? TT? A 113 C
a - kj J j. ja. a,i ii. iv ; i i ,
MANUFACTORT on Seventh ttreet, between Morgaa
and Franklin Avenue, and office at No. 9 Commer
cial ttreet, ST. LOUIS, MO.
The tabterleer taket thlt method of lBfermtag the
citizens of Memphis and vicinity that he Is still aa baad
at hit old place of butteeit, with every variety of Crack
ers aad Pilot Bread ; aad he still eea.lnuea U sell bis
Crackers aad Pilet Bread cheaper than any other manu
facturer in the West.
He aito take this occasion to mention that b took the
Premium at the late State Fair tar having th best Crack
ers, and als a Presrim f.r the best Ry Bread, aad a
Diploma tar haviag th beat Cracker Machine.
Thankfal for pat patronage, and hoping to merit a
contiauatloa of the same, he begi leave to subscribe
himself respectfully, JOSRPH GARNEAU.
Manufacturer aad Whtlesal Dealer In
JPlain and JFancy
CANDIES, CAKES, &C.
No. 2ao Main-
st, Odd Fellows'
3 iiacauruio) jLcaaaa.,
T7"EEP3 constantly oc hand j. large assortment of Green
1V and Dry Fruits, FrniU In their own J sice. Jellies,
Preserves, Sardines, Lobsters, Spiced asd Pickled Oys
ters, Pleklet, Cordials, Syrups, flae Wines, Brandies, an
kindt of Nats, fcc
In coonectien with thlt establishment I have fitted up
In superior style an
Ice Cream Saloon,
expressly fer the Ladles. Alto, t Genkerea . oa,ooa,
where Ice Cram is served treat A. M. till 12 P. M.
THE History and Records ot tbe Elephant Club; com
piled f rem Authentic Documents now in the posses
sion ef the Toolosieal Society, by Me, Knight Russ Ock
sMe.M. D, and Me, Q. E. rhUasder Doestlcks, P. B
This being the veritable aad veracious history et the
toingsaad misdoings of the Elephant Club. With the
minute aad particular narrative et what they did. To
which it addid a complex aad elaborate description ot
what they did'nt. Containing, also, the exultant record
ef their memorable success la eventually obtaining each
aad every one. A iifM of Ms entire and unadulterated
Animal, from the primitive hair cn his atteauated pro
boscis to the Unlink ot his symmetrical tail
The Ilamors et FalconbrMge : A Collection of Humor
ous and Every Day Scenes By Johnathan F. Keller
Lake Ngaml ; or. Explorations aad Discoveries darter
Four Tear' WauderlBgs In the Wilds of Southwestern
Africa, with aumerous Illustrations, repr-seatlor Sport-
log xaveniares, Baojecis or natural History, Devices for
oestroytng wim Animals, ate.
Beaamarehals aad His Times. Sketches of French
SocMyin the Righteenth Century, from Unpublished
Doc meet i.
Littl Derrit. By Cbtrlei Dickens. Cloth and paper
DOSB4. i or saie cy
Jaal-daw CL2ATES k. GCION,
X3T Eggnlrcr and Evening News copy.
rtfTiwa ... .
Vy lag Hoildayt a large and varied assortmeat ef fine
Bonks, Fancy Articles, fcc.renslsaaglapartef asbelew:
Robert'tTravtltlathHlyLasd;6 vols. 4to., Turkey
J o recce, ABiiqae style.
Tbe Spctater; S vols., fan calf. XagUsh style.
Cooper's Novels ; 23 veil., halt calf, Xagllsh style,
Everett's OrsUeas aad Speeches; 2 vets., fall calf, An-
uqoe, reu eoges
Dr. Syntax's Tour; J vols., fall calf, guilt back. Very
The Works ef the Rav. Richard Hooker; tuU calf, Xeg-
Burke's Works ; 8 vols., fuB calf, English style.
Lord CfaesterfieM't Workt; 6 ve.t., tuU calf, English
Pern's Expedition to Jipso, compiled by Franclt L.
Haws, L.L.D.. fterty Wattrated, In half calf, Turkey
jaereco, iuu gut, aa otarr ttjies
The same large qaarte, virleas styles.
Spark's Life aad Writings ot Washington; 12 volt., halt
ealf, EagHth ttyle.
Spark's LMe aad Writings et Franklin; 10 vols., halt
BetwefPs Lite et Dr. Simaet Johnson. L.L.D.J la ten
vels.. fan ealf. London edition.
Th Workt et Oliver GotdtmitB, with Lit and Votss, In
4 vds.. fasl calf, lada edUies.
Haxlett't Ufe of Shaktpeare, In 4 vols., halt calf, Lsn-
Mist Austen's Novell; 5 volt, fall calf, London, Bentley'i
Addstee't Works. vet , gilt back.
The IagtMsby'. Legends, by Rev. R. H. Barham ; 3 volt.,
half ealf. marbted edgtt, Bentley't edition.
Lsrab'i Dramatic Paets, 2 vol.. , full calf, London edition.
SBeney'a Eitayt, 2 volt., fua calf, London, Moxom't odl
The Works of Chattel Lamb, 4 vail., tall calf, London,
The Workt of Blthep Batler, la two vols., luR calf.
Batter's Hndlbras, 2 vols., halt calf.
Dtcken't Works, 6 vets, half exit Anttaue.
Heod't Own, fait calf, London. Mextm't edition.
Ratlin's Ancient History, 4 vols., Turkey Morrocoo, An
Gallery ot Portraits with Memoirs ; 7 vols., tuH salt, gat
edges. .Louden edtlkss.
Lodge't Pertratti, 10 vls.. halt Taikey Maro-cs. rare.
IceoegrapbieXBcyelepcdta, I vels., Tarkey Morocco, full
Shaw's Dretes aad Deesrattoss ef the Middle Age
The Penny Cyclopedia, 90 vet , royal octavo, half bound
la Kcuia leather.
Dlamaad Editions, bound la Turkey Morocco. Antfctu
styles ot the fetiewlag Pj 'ts : Dante, Tasso, Chaa-
eer, 3peaer, Shaktpeare, Dryden, Cowper, Mtltea,
Pope, Scott, Burnt, Ejrke.WhRe.lUemaat andothert.
Flue Octavo Editions la same ttyle at above, et Theniea,
Sse&ttone, MHtoa. Cowper, Southty, Pope, Burnt,
Shaktpeare, Byron, Scctt, Meere, Hemans, and ds
Mlsa Strickland's Queens of England ; 1 vol., Turkey Mo
The Republican Court ; same ttyle.
Aedamsn't Birds of America : 7 vols., time ttyl
J ttlnmon'i and Bacaman't Quadrupeds et Nrth Amerl
tea : I vols., the tame ttyle.
LtrdMahoa's nijtary tt England, ta 7 volt., faScalf,
Macantay's History ef SBglaad ; 4 vols., half calf, Lou
cea, iBtman s tuiiion.
Preseot't Workt ; half calf, Aatloe ttyl.
Coleridge' do do d
Chalmer't Posthumous Werk ; halt ealf. Antique style.
liacsao. Moore's Works ; half calf. Antie.se ttyle.
Mlit Edgeworth's do do de
Mrs. Sherwood's 'do da do
Bancroft's United States; (vols., halt calf, rout back
Theer's French Revolution ; 4 vols., halt calf, tat back,
.boss's Ideographical Dictionary : 12 vels., tuH calf, Rag
ilea i trie.
living's W ks ; 15 veil., half Turkey. Antique sty!.
Webster's Works; S vols., halt calf. Antique asdZagllsh
Calhoun's Works; (vols., halt calf, Aatie.se and Eng.
its a style.
Wtrerly Novels ; 25 Tots., half calf, Edtaburg edition.
SosTenlr of Friendship, Tarkey Mureceo, fori gilt, a
Ornaments of Memory ; Turkey Morecce. and fuUrUl
The Migaeattte, Turkey Meroccu, f uH gilt.
The Token, do do da
The Tekea. cieth. Illuminated cover.
Memory's Gilt, Turkey Morocco, toU gHt.
Frlendsaip'a Token. do do
Friendship's Offering, do do
The Free Mason's Annral. Turkey Morocco, fnllrllt.
TheMeisRsse. Muslin lllamlaated cover.
A great variety of Bibles and Prayer Books, la Genoa
velvet, ran rnaaenis, very rica. aad Ptria bound.
A full assortment ot Family Bibles, la all varieties of
Binutag, witn or without clasp.
Rich Papier Macae plain and taUld WriUag Desks J, 11,
14 and IS Inch.
Rlh Papier Macbe New Style Regent, very handsomely
Rich Rapier Macbe Envelope Boxes, la great variety.
Rich Papier Mache Werk Boxes, la great variety.
Rich Papier Mache Jewel Boxes, do do
Rich Papier Mache Part Folios, do do
Rich Papier Macbe Ink Stands. de do
Ladles' Cabas ot Turkey Merocc, Russia Leather, Genoa
t civet, ac
Ladles' Companions, la a variety of stylet.
Superb Ormolu Jewel Boxes.
Ladlet' Traveling Bags, several varieties.
New French ttylei Ladles' Velvet Bagt and Pert. Moclej,
French Wicker Lined Work BukeU, entirely new tlylet
Atwttyiet urocnet sets, 1'etri ana cornelian boldtrt.
Sett Rhodet fc Sofia' Scissors, In esse.
French Pocktt Sclttori, lomethlng new.
Paper Knivet, flat carved Ivry,Peajl and SUver, erua-
A xrtat varlsty et other articles too numerous ta men
tton. Give us a call, at wo do net doubt wa shall b able
to salt th taite of lhmost fastidious.
decl7-daw X 21 Mala street.
dumber ! JUimiber !
T HATE tht largett assortment ot Lumber on hand 1
X nave ever ooered, consisting in part of Seasoned Cy
pres' and Poplar, Jf. 1, 1 H and 2 inche wide and dear;
31HS 6x3 and 8x10 : Joke 2x. 2x8. 2x10 aad 2x12 : Scant-
lln.n.1 o,je o . , 1 1 J . . .1 . ,
Sheeting, Shingle and Walnut Lumber on hand: also I
Urge let ot dressed Tellaw pine Flooring and rough Pop-
lar Fleering, Red Cedar Posts or all sixes. 1
Tard on Batture.Sunth side of Centre Landldr. m
Jnnl5-dtwwty M.E.COCHRAN. I
Dr rtrtue of an Interkjeulory decree of the Chancery
JJ Court at Ripley, at itt December Term, 1535. 1 wUl I
i at tae iourt iieuse aoor. in tbe Iowa of RIeler. on I
the FIRST MONDAT In March next, One Hundred Acre I
u, ui u w un iiq Um iinnri oi i.iuaeraaie county, i ii ibi uiastes, lor tee winter season, at tbe Higctow
beloaglng to the Estate of Cooper R. Jontt. Terms cath. I H", ot! Saturday, November I, IS5S, whea she
J u.ni aa. avzvatAJtL'auJH, u. at Jt. I
JUST,elved, 300bb. tfttW Iff-
vi8 XAln4t. W door Xorll. irn bim Tom.
1 ?T ri d Ava f wa f- ii m I
auiaiibo vu VUbtVU IS " llflllHIH
rpHE uadertigued will make liberal cash advances on
A. Coctea shipped hence to Livtrsool via New Orltaai.
consigned t Mstsrs. BREWER k. CALDWELL, New
1 rk, for talc Uttr la transitu. Ferfurtherlnfarmatloa
apply to WM H. HULL.
THE HEALTH OF MEMPHIS
been so heal
thy aa It haa
P to th
Th cause of
a. McLean's celebrated strenrthen
ING CtifiiilAL AND BLOOD PURIFIElt
That has been nted New it has become an Indispensa
ble remedvin everv r.miiv v e.uAmv iin v.
anmner uomplalnr. Hives, Elotcbet oa the tkuu. .c . it
Is an Infallible remedy. When taken It neutralizes any
morbid or bilious matter in the ttomach rr bowels,
itrengthens and invigoratet the digestive organs, and
causes healthy secretions of he liver end kidneys. TWa
Is the reason why it hat proved to efficacious la curing
Diarrhoea, Dysentery, Bowel Complaint, Pa in iatce Stom
ach, fcc. It hat cured uany that were afilltted tcr y
with Chronic Diarrhoea.
McLean's Strengthening Cordial
it a certain remedy for Weaknets, Patetaess or DebHity,
Sick Stomach, BtDieutnest, Headache, RedBraata, Dial
nets, Dyspepsia, Sour Stomach or any disease a! th
auweys, noBerjHaaier. It wm restore th feeble.
KT. Ple and emacud ta htalth aad strengU. Iter
ij a miMaa
mistakt about it w caa refer ta thentand to
prove that fact.
On tabteepoonfal takea every mo rata r, failinr. iia
certain preventive; tor Cholera, Chili and Fever, fee.
J. H. McLZAN, Sole Proprietor ot thlt Cordial.
Also. McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment.
3-Principal depot on the comer of Third .-jKt ma
streets, St. Louis, Mo. For sale In Memphis, by
G. D. JOHNSON, Agent,
augS-dawly center Madison aad Mala ttreett.
jEE TTEnt. Xji XI SS
GREAT PRIZE SARSAPARILLA,
AWARDXD 21T OCTOBER,
Aithtbett and only yenum compound ofthUKoot
noia presented to the public.
LOUISVILLE AHHTJAL KXHIBUIOH.
THIS wonderful preparation, so Justly appreciated by
the American people, haa now becemt th standard
remedy ot the age. The afSlcted bear testimony tt It
marvetsat properties, and th unhappy, paln-wera and
exhausted tufierert rejoice tber It help, when aH have
failed. Out et the haadredt et ease scattered wer
MUelsslppi, Alabama, WtscosslB, Missouri, IxdUJ an-1
restucky, it hat never la a itagl tettasc beeaaaawa
to f aH, aad wUI cure, beytad aU dtabt ;
ula or Xtng't Xvt, At
f eettot t the Bnet, ByphtUt,
Dehlltlr, HabUaal Cestlveaess, Zrystpe
last Pulmonary THseases, Liver Cssrptalet,
PHes, Female IrregaiarMles, Plitala, Xkla Dbeate
Dtseated Usteeys, aad at a great aad pow
erful Tease, aarUylog th Blod,
and tavijoratleg th
This xaedMae, thrytgh prepared at great expeaje, 1
nevertheless within ta reach of poor aa west at rich, aad
looked upea by the coetsanMy as the greatest tleuing
ever conferred .n maakted.
Dr. T. A. HVRLET'S MaBufactery, corner of STiBlh
aad Greene streets, LsulsvlBe, Xy.t wbtre aH tcasrt
mast be addressed.
Fer sale by H. i" FARNS .0RTH fc. CO., aad CHAN
DLER fc CO., Memphis, Tennessee, and SrsggUta
threagheut the United States and Caaadas.
Price it per bottle, or six far j5. tej3i-dawlr
Purify your Blood!
THE CONCENTRATED FLriD EXTRACT OF TEL.
LOW DOCE it the ravereizn remedr fer tit Mtm.
rlat Affections, Scrofula, Swelliagot th JatnU, Rheu
matism, fcc. As a Liver Medicine, it has no eaal. 1U
alterative effect oa the system, in addrlien u Ha belag a
purely VegeUble Preparatisn, adapts it to almost any
Chronic Affection whert an alterative medicine la re
quired. Fer Eruptions on th Skin, OM Ulcers, Syspep.
iia. and Nervout Headache, it has bo tuecetttsl cauv
petitor among th nostrums ot th day. At c Ttmalt
iledkine it wilt be found invaluable.
Z3 Per sale only by CHANDLER fc. CO..
scpi lawly DrugxisU and Apotheearitr.
Odd Fellows' HaU Block, Memphis.
THE GREAT RUSSIAN REMEDY.
PEO BONO PUBLICO.
"Every mother should have a box ta th house, handy
In case et accidents to th chlldrea."
BEDDING'S RUSSIA SALVE.
IT 1 a Boston remedy ot thirty years' standing, and It
recommended by physicians. It Is a sure aad speedy
cure tor Burns, Files, Boils, Corns, Felons, ChlfaUtas asd
Old Sores of every kind: for Fever Sores. ITleert. Itch.
,..unu.i r.,. ... n , , ,
mended by nurses,) Whitlow t, St let, Fetters, Flta Sites,
Spider Stings, Fmtea Limbs, Salt Rheum, Scurvy, Sera
and Cracked Lips. Sort Nose, Wart aad Flesh Wsssda,
It 1 a most valuable remedy aad cure, which be tea
ttfied to by thousand wh hav used It la the city et
Bstaa aad vicinity for th last thirty year. In ao cas
will this Salve do aa tnyury, or Interfere with a paril
dtn'i pretcripttoae. Itt mad from th pweit mate
rials, from a recipe brtaght from Russia et article
growlag in that country and the proprietor! bar letter
tram alt das.es, clergymen, physicians, sea captains,
nurses, aad others who hav used It themselves, and re
commend it to others. REDDING'S RUSSIA SALTS 1
put la large tin boxes, stamped on th cover with a pic
ture of a horse and a disabled rider, which pioter -a als
engraved on the wrapper. Price, 25 cent a box. Sold by
WARD fc. JONES, aad all druggists.
A Perfumed Breath.
HAT lady or gentleman weald remain under it carte
ot a dittgreeabte breath when by uttsg th "2ALM
OF A THOUSAND FLOWERS" aa a deatrlfic trouU
sat only render It sweet, but leav th teeth a whit at
alabaster? Many persons do not knew their brrath It
bad, and the subject Is so ieltcatt thtlr friend will never
mention it. Pour a tingle drop of th "Balm" jt yoar
tooth-brush, and wash your teeth night aad mem,nz. A
fifty cent bottle will last a year.
A BEAUTIFUL COMPLEXION mar be easily ac
quired by utlng the "Balm ot a Thousand Flowera.-' It
will remove taa, pimples and freckles from th skla,
leaving It of a toft aad roseate hue. Wet a towel, venr
oa two or three drops, and wash the fact sight and Ben
SHAVING MADE EAST. Wat your shavtui-cruta
In either warm or cord water, pour oa two or three drep
ot "Balm ot a Thousand Flowers," rub the beard w H aad
It will make a beautiful toft lather, much facilitating
the operation of shaving. Price only Fifty 6eat. Vsr
sal by FETRIDGE fc. CO., proprietors, aad aH drugget.
B. MANSFIELD fc CO.,
WARD fc JONES,
spU-dtwaweodtf H. P. FiRNSWORTH fc CO.
CORNER OF CHICKASAW AXD JACKSON-STS.
DEALXR in Ale, Porter, Cider and Wines of all kinds,
manufactured by the most celebrated eitiSHi tart
la the United States. Fer talt, Wholesale cr ReUfi.
From ray long experience in th butlnets (twelve rears ct
which hat been in the city of Memphis) I flatarmysel!
with the guaranty I hav had from my ohl customer
that my exertleas have beea appreciated by them.
1 alyn-da wtf JACOB BEatlTOLti.
PRINTING PAPER AGENCY
NASHVILLE PAPEE HILLS,
OK COCItT-ST, BET. FROST BOW ASD HAIX.
WHERE all kinds and slza t f Printing Paper, caa b
had at lew prices tor cash.
Orders for any unusual site et paper n be dispatched
to NashvlBe and filled promptly at mill prises, with th
addition ot transportlea. W. S. WHITXMAN.
tpS-Iy CHas. Path, Agent,
MERCHANTS, PEDLARS AND
MARKETERS ar nbclted to engsgt Is baying Ragt
throngbout the country, and thoae who engage at It
will Increase thtlr butlutsi, and I will buyalltky bring.
TT. 3. TVUITZMAN.
ap-ly Chai. Path, it tat,
RAGS! RAGS! RAGS!
I WISH to buy 600,000 pounds ot ran and will pay the
highest price la cass fir alma cotton aad lintartgs,
and old rope and bagging that la dellvtred torn, and
earneitlytoacit the laving of rags.
W. 3. WHTTEMAN.
agg-ly Chas, Path. A fent.
C. 3L HOLST & SON,
Maln-tt., Old Stand, Firtt Doer below Monrce,
(The oldest permanent itani in the City,)
HATE constantly oa hand all site of Patent MeisU
Burial Cases, which they line aad put up alr-liyht,
In the best manner Also, all kinds of Wood asO vkth
Covered Coffins, which thy sell at a fair price.
Ordtrt tram tbe courtry promptly attraded to. Fur
niture made and repaired, and UpboisUrlag don.
NETT OR EE AN S
FRENCH, GERMAN, BRITISH AND IBI8H
Pk. E. RKILLT fc. CO., so long known at the ecnur
ef Royal and Canal ttretti, beg to ny they have re
moved to tbctr larg mw itort No. 12 Canal itrvet, be
tween Royal and Bourbon ttreett. ksows at Touro Baild-
lngs, sign of the Golden Flax, whtr thtlr ample rcem.
and resident buyer In Europe, will taabl thea t Veep
(the year round) a complete ttock In tvery departOMBt.
Alto a full Use ot PLANTATION GOODS at th bett
Combined with th abov, they win keep at the old
ttasd, corner Royal and Canal itrertt, under thisamaoc
Embroidery and lace Store,
X eomplete ttock ot
UtDIES' DRESS TRIMMINGS,
d .L4ItTnd Gentlemea't FURXISHINO GOODS.
" ,us-tBe CoQnl,7 Merchant at well aa tbe coat ttnr.
1611 latter 1 a class ot bjusa heretofore unknown la thl
. . r. a;. nsiia,r .,
IM Canal street between Royal and Bourbon atreeta.
igmu duinui(3, mn r tae tuieu JrlST
D AiVCLN (j AC AlEiVl Y.
Ttr-p VTIPtTTntrrn watt '
u . . vi-a,.
rX MADAJIE JULIE CRBRAR, wlB open hit- Danc
wwi fcci.u aii mo aaoit new ana laialananl Dmiw.
u?AV.L'AeIf",5.Tei"t: ... .
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Costumes, and Theatrical Drssses mtda tn -tii
tTtrrm nr 7vMa t Io,T It a . ...
eaneaUat Madam. Crrara resldne. vf.:iTUM "
Shelby ttreet. '
Ladles' Class. Thursdara and aatn-rf.. e,n
Gtntlemens' Class. Tuesdavt. Tiii,t,., .-ui e .i
dayt, from 7 to 0 p. M.
v.Li1"' t0T t,rtIlr 1.sob. weottamea'
Night aas. $S for twelve Iesioaa, taHuilar the BaBotr
rgrtyTteketifprttimtoB, ' Z!fS