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Plantation and Aegroes lor sale.
THE seBseriber, nvrag rn ay-tr
ette county, Tennessee, sbeat four iyr
miles south of Hickory Wytne. tV
Bnt flc-jt imrilivMl if Vf nnn mill "
ell to 'he highest brddr, en th
25th of Pebruary Next,
It Vend red acres of rxcelK-Dt LAND, being tbe tract on
"wbeh I now reside; 380 seres cleared to Hoe state of
Improvements consist ef a sobsiaatial aew two-storj
Frante Dwelling. Gin Hiiwr, Press, and all tbe we!j
eat louses, a most excellent well of water, goo orchard
et pt'scbes. apples, plans aad various other f raits.
Alio. ofteea NKGROE ;. of all antes and ages -Men.
Woa-n. Sirl and Children and at tbe fame tune and
place all the Corn. Fodder aad Oats, Horses, Male. Cat
tle a-xl Hogg, Carta, Wagon Oxen, aad all and every
fecie of property ea the PlaaUtloa, iadadiBg about 15,
ea pound of floert qaality BACON
Tr rhs One-third porch as money for Laad dae aexl
26 .b December, the baUnce in one and two years Iroai
that time. In eqael instalments. Negroe and ait othet
property will be aoM oa a credit to 25th December, for all
inu over $10; that asm. an nnder, cah.
rcrewtamc to examine the premise wfll call on
Be. m the place, or my son, L. F. Dupree.
J iftS-dawtd H. DUPREE.
53- Bnauirer copy and send Mil to B. Reid h. Bro.
Talnable Land for Sale.
I OFFER for sa.e a valuable tract of Land, site-
aated in Fayette and Haywood ooaatles, coBtaielag
1 about I960 acres, beisc: the tract of land on which
B B. DeGranVnreid resided at tbe time of his
death Tbe land will be divided to salt paraeasers. It
la situated Bear the Memphis and Ohio Railroad, and Is
regarded as equal to any tract of tbe siae In Fayette.
Purchasers are invited to come and examine it. Terms of
tale will be liberal. At ply to me at my res-deoce in Fay
ette or to Calvin Jones, or W. A. WlUrason. at Somer-Tilk-.
H. . DcGRAFFENRBID, Executor.
FOR SALE OR RENT.
I OFFER for sale or rent, the RESIDENCE
. ,1 hwt exapna v irr. ukdTi eueawsa on ine
Rakish riant Road, oae-halt mile East of tbe
. city limits. The Residence cootains ten rooms,
wltli an offic4, kitchen, servants' rooms, cistern, well
ssKiebease, carriage bouse. ttaMes, seed gardes, see
trait, shade and evergreeaH, fee., all ia perfect order.
Possession given 1st February. Apply to Q. B Locke,
or w. ti. HARDING.
FIXE RESIOENCE FOR SAX.E.
I OFFER for sale, aa easy term, the Sue ml'
deace known as tbe Hester B'acc. oa tbe Mem-
J 1 1 nhiaaad f3ermantfMra PlaoV RamI. t-a andaa-
. half mil.s from the city. Tea to twenty five
acre of land will be sold with the mideaee. Apply to
H. A. WHITE or to Col C. D. MCLEAN. decie-tt
Valuable Farm for Sale.
THE place formety occupied by Dr J. H. Free
Ba. aad more receattr by AVaa. P. Orae, oa-
ltt ttimse Ahaot 3&A ajfeJr sitaatrd about oaesaile
west of the Hernando Coart Koase, aad a atte
aad a quarter frem the Depot of the mssissippi aad Tea
'xhis is a highly de4ra!e loratioB well isapreved,
with good boases, cabins, stable, cribs, cotton gia, gin
hoste ana every othr coaveaieaoe neeeaiary.
THe place will be sold low for cash, or short psrmeats,
cat application to R. Osjce, Xemuau, or w. F. Obse,
at late cormorant, hiss.
If not dispo ed of before, It will be offered at public
eatery at the Coart House door, ia tbe town of Hernan
do, oa MOKDAT, 29 th December next. novll-dawtt
X3 Heraaado Press copy.
FARM FOR S.4JLE.
A DESIRABLE Coaatry Home bx SMbT Oa.
BrsBUBtown Depot oa i be jteaaphis aad ChartestoB
. Railroad, and Pla'ikroad, aad betwrea Shelby
V a'- HUh School and Forest H1U Institute. There are
101 acres ot Land la the tract, of which 79 acres are
ctearni and 33 acrea of Rot timber, it has oa It c
fortaUe dwtUtags, an orchard of Aapsss. Peaches aad
Flams, aad never- tailiac weu of good freestone water.
perfect title given, aad payments made easy. Persons at
adittance can get any information they at) reaaire, by
wnuBg to the undersiganl at Gemantowa, Teas., or to
u. x. tocse, atempais.
sepS-dawif P. HBRND0N.
THE subscriber offers for sale tbe tract of land
bob which ha bow resides, ia Havwood coaatr.
Tenaestee, throufh which the Mexapbit and Ohio
. Railroad patses. Saic tract coatams about 1 oar
the'isand. acres. The Improvements consist of a ane
z-aise swelling, with tea rooms, negro quart era, gia
hoise stable, a fine steam and grist mill, good orchards,
and a I the necessary improvements for a larg farm, or
caa be convenieaftr divided into several small oaes. For
hea'th and fertility of soil this place is uasarpeseed by
aay ib the country. For farther particulars apply to the
lacscriDer oa the premises.
d-clO-dawU THOS. SHAPARD
I HAVE two hundred acres of Land I wish to
sei: or rent, eighteen mil'-s f ram .Memphis, one-
, hx.l a mile frem tbe Memphis and Charlestua
, Railroad, and adwinin: Col. Neva Afineaeish
potii.wxl both as regards society aao schools. Any
wisbing tn bay sach a place, or rent it, would do well t
see o- address the aaderaigBed at O'ive Branch. DeSots
cotatT, Hiss. VT. L. COOPWOOD.
A Bargain to be liatl in Lands,
T VI LL aeu the tract of Land oa which I live, in Tip-
X pah county, Mm., six miles west of Kiatry, oa
Tippah nver. (or creek.) eontainiac Right Hundred Acres.
Ave hunurei' of the very te-st creek bottom and tte bal-
ebc second bottom aad aptaad. There are about one haa-
drtii cleared, aad ia a fia state sf cultivation
The improTemenie are good and new, coaittlng of a
Sw-lmg hiase, and all necessary oat houses. The above
trat t o' Uad. I hare ao hesitancy la saying. 1 one of the
best in Xorth Mississippi for raising Cottos, Corn or
Etodc. as tbe range -is flee both Winter and Summer.
For particulars about the place, I refer to Davidson, Ellis
Atsiair, jtemphis; Joaa w. Thompson, Hipiey, Jfiss.; VT
C. r fcai!, ioUy Springs, or to myself on the premises
octli-wtf J J PBGCIS.
I OFFER for sale tbe tract of had oa which I
reside, for afters dollars per acre, three
ahuudred cleared, one handred aad fortyseveo
- timbered, lying eight miles above Gallasher and
lv miles of Sberey Depot, goa-i dwduag house, gin
torse, and all other Beoesiary oat bouses. I will take
SlleeadeUarsper acre Also. 6 JO acres adjoining the
sai a tract, 159 acres cleared, the balaace well Umbered,
wl'biB two miles of the said Depot. Persons wishing to
pareaaM, will do weu to call soon and bey a bargain.
S. T. TS-BSTBROOK.
Fifber of the above farms caa be had, payable when
jtr nuraanas is eiecwa, wiib ef ty per cent anaed.
s-Jo-tf S T. VT.
The-Best in the World
CAK be done by those wbo wish to pnrehas
utty liaperty, or baadsoBM Coaatry HesMeaees
m the saburbs. Oa some of tbe latter caa be
.had a flue Residence, ready for ccBDalieB.
Terms liberal, aaa title good. Apply to
cctn-tf CHARLES D. MeLEAX
l Vfkrmr A j ivr l, .. w.i. i
(nil Coart streets. Bear taeXotopbisaad Charketoo
Railroad Depot, ooataiai g seven rooms.
ALSO, thirteen acres ot gr -and, within I S miles ot
Oout Square, with fair improveaioBts oa :he tame.
ForMssion of etther given iamediately Apuiy to
Kfit-tf . GEO. DISON,
Xortheait oorser of Court Square.
FOR REXT. "
I DESIRE to reat oat for the taeniae year a
small fatm ot eighty acres, lying two miles trom
Court Square. This place has about sixty acres
.eleared. aaa taa oaiaace ta timber, a comforts
Me nsideace with lve rooms, kitchen, n- grs boaees, aad
ali iieo'SiaT oat h uses, a good cistern aad first rate or-eha-i;.
of every variety of fruits. For further particu
c tV'f H. VOLLIN-TIXE
I HAVE a small Improved place for 'ale near
aRateigh mid way between Raleigh and Union De
spot, oc the Somerville Piaolc R-ad coataiaiag
.eigbt acres aad a fracttoa. The iawrovemeeU
cor n;t of a dwell ins with four rooms, kttchea, smoke
Bo ise. stablas aad a mill boaae all new. It is a desira
bte p'.ane for tho.e who wish ta aecare aa eligible heme in
tbe vicmity of Sas schools, aod a good and healthy
oeithborhood. There are sabscriaiisM already feearrd
to erect a aae Academy within three-quarters of a mile
of the place. The place will be sold for leas than the im
prtreneuti cot,lf appluatasabe mad asoa. Applyto
W K irr-TOK,ar
O B. LCCKE,
t'.rtt A acuoneer aad Real Estate Broker.
A RARE CIIAXCE.
I OFFER far sl, oa favorable terms aad at a low trice,
my PLANTATION of aoO acres of the heat qaality of
if i Jisppi bott at laad, all greatly above overflow, 18
es west of Meaaphis, oa the plank road ; lee acres of
tie ired Land aad a new doable-frame House with aait
ai e oiBees. Apply at the place to
PSTBR LBOKARD, or to
iep7-tf DANIEL HCGHES, VempbK.
Trastec's Sale of Real Estate.
In parseaace of a Deed of Trait executed to
aby Ku. Tattcr far the bcarat of Va Rwhard
ss'jb Hunt, daud an the sixth day of Febraafy,
. II h teen hundred and fifty-five, and duly recorded
la 'he Register's ofilee at the count? of Kbeiby. and Stab-
or xecuerc. in jbovc o. l, paces las. in and oa
JftrcU21it. ISM, I will proceed to eel! tor cash, at bbHk
aa. ir. fruct of G S. lcke's AacUoa Hoate, east ride
of Main strett, 3demphi, Hamiii, t 11 o'clock, oa
SATVRDAT, thelJUtot February, A. D 1867, the M-
Iiot of Grotmcl,
wf; the improveaata tberB, to wit: Becwntag at a
etsi' on the east side of Raybara street, at W. T. Avery's
in. w s. a. srnxr) uauvM comer; Ukotc south
wi i saia street four haadred feet aad six meaes MWV
foe-, to aauket taeaceeast s-rsa handred aad atxiv-aae
leer and six Inches (Wl a feet) to a suite oa Park's are
na ; ineaer aorta with said nent fear haadr feet aad
cix :artaes(00K fe. t) to a stake at tfcesaidW T. Avery
ranter sj soataeast corner; taecee with said
w T Av-ry's (bow r. a. Farter's) south Irae, west
tt" liCBdred aod .xtr-oe teet aad six iachs (KtM
tee-; to the begmaing. coaUtBiag Vm acre (7 tcmlj
bting the Bortii half of Lot So 1W, laid oC by f-dlea1i-tT
Wiiiiams. muth of and neac the city of if-arphK, aad
the same that was deeded to Wm Joyaer by R L. Guise
oa b- 3d dy of April, 1(S aad registtd ia the Rrgia
ter'a eOce of Sbetby ooamy, Tnn., in Rook 10, aoces Ko
SIX and 305 on tbe Tth day of May, 1863, aad alr 6-ded
by Wm Jovnerto Was. hichardson Hant, tu tkesvi of
Jai oarr. 18M, and by said Hunt deeded to Wat Waiver
1 be title to tbe above property l undisputed, bat 1
Cor v. y only such title as ia vested la me a Truatee
q of redemption is waived by toe terms of the Doad
T- ut J D. WILLIAMS, Trastee,
Jl-mphU . JiBuary lath, ISST-bialltds
STOLEN from tbe reatdrace of Thee Elmore
living 16 miles soata of Hotly Bpriagt. oa Frtday
Bight, January Jd. oao SORREL. MORae. .
dluiu k.it, bliod ia the right eye. Mate m the faae. lur
mai.e aad foretop, aewly abed all mad, brandud oa Me
ef tbe fore shoulders Inters not Mate a natural pacer
If the oorse be returned ia ae at Wyatt, Mies., tsw above
reward will be paid Aay lefonaatioa coaceraing him
win oe Tfianxruiiy receives aaa jtBerauy rewarded
BTyatt. Mis,., Jan. 6, 1867. J. M. C. KINER.
RAXAWAT f rata the snbscrilMr on the lath ef
July last, two esro .Boys. RICHARD and 8AM.
Richard is ef dark, copper color, ibou thirty-fire
'years of age, has a scar between tee shoulders.
caused by a rising, and another below the knee. One
kne is aff"Ctfld by rheumatism, Tenderies biai fcnoek
kne"d Sam is about twenty. one years of age, weighs
about 125 or 130 pounds, hat aa impediieat in speeoh.
Tendering it diQeult for him to express himself wbea
liar hly spoken to. Forehead low, aad ef dark copper
color. Otie haadred dollars vW be paid te aay perron
delivering them to ae, Hvisg BearMomiBg San, Sfceley
county, Testa., orflfty dollars If confined In JaH so that I
gap get them. 0. FEILD.
Christmas, 185G. ::::::: New Year, 18o7.
D. KAUFMAN & BROTHER,
"No. 10, : : FBOUT BOW. : : No. 10.
HAVE on band a most extensive assortment of Fash
ionable Clothing for Winter ue, suitable for the
exquisite, the basinets man aad farmer.
AlJoLnlarpe stock ot STAPLE DRT G00D3, Fnr
tmhinB Goods. Gaas, Pistols, &c , ,
Fart bermore, Gold, Silver and Plated "Watches, both at
wholesale or retal'.
No charge made for shawms Ihelr Goods,
dec! 9 dtwaw
, IX. C. CUtBZE.
WHOLESAIX ASD RETAIL DEALERS IK
GEXTLEMEX'S AND BOYS'
Sole Leather Trunks and Carpet Bags,
Cd3 MAIX STREBT,
Union Block, Opposite Court Square
"TJR term, are cash, which enables us to sell at the
KJ lowaet prices, we respectfully solicit a can from au
la wast afClct Ding. marvuawi-y
SHIOX & SEESSEL,
MAVUFACTDRERS OF MENS'
AKD WftOLEXALE BEALEBX IN
Staplo and Domestic Dry Goods,
HOOTS, SHOES AH) PLiMEIUi' UUUI1&.
rvnR facJlittes this vrar being of aach a citvits we are
(J enabled tooeer our Fall aad Winter stock, which is
aaasually large, to the trad arm aniens gene, any ai
the very lowest rates. Country Merchants and River
Traders la particular are earnestly requested to call and
examine our stock before purchasing wsewnrc.
SlMflV k. SEESSEL. 63 Front Bow.
Comer Jefferson-st., under Commercial Hotel.
XEff FALT-. AV WIXTER
WE are now tn receipt of r enliro KA I.I. and WIJJ- j
TBR STOCK OF CLOTHING, manufactured by aur
own order expres-ly for this MAKK.KT. aauw roi" ei
tfafc rueieriel asd irorkstanthip. caBBot b surpassed
by aa'v HOOSR ia the Dhtffd Sfaf , and to which we
TesaeotiaUy iavite ins atteniKo ox
The Ractaad Overcoat J ,'Freach Cassisiere boslnesi
Catataeiaa " sails, alaie or rauy;
T.Im.f - French Doebli Milled Cassl.
Cloak Coats, la varloas ma- mere rants, plain or f ancjt
textals; French Double Elastic Cassl
Deveasbire Kersey Sacks and mere Fasts, sotw ,
Overosata; .Harris' Doubts .Mill Cml-
Avalancfce Coats; merePaatsr
Lamb Skta Sacks and Cats- Steel d Oxford MUed Cas
uai.n, r sisaere Pants;
SotH Black doth aad Flowered Cut Silk Tslvet
wr Tlrcs Overcoats: Vasts.
seraa Black. Blue aatrBaraoBd Cut Silk Velvet
Bnxen titms Ooats : i Vests 5
Superfine Black, Blue and Fancy Telvet Vests, new
Brown Fraek Coats; , style, with every other
Scotch Cassiraere, buslaes variety,
DOTS CLOTHING, ia aU the preuailing styles ;
Over 600 saiU of XEGR0 CLOTHING ;
BUTE SATINETT SC1TS, for Traders ;
STRONG KERSET SUITS, for Field Hands J
OVERCOATS for Netroes;
Tn everv rn.te. shade, slie. var'-tv aad price: atso Fat-
nisfalng Good ; Solid Sole Laih'r Trunks, Values, Car
pet Bags. Umbrellas, &c , &c. All we ask is a fair ex
amiaatiua of ourstocx ana prices
SP1VKT & CLARKE,
Dealers In Clothing at WT-'esjl and Retail, No. 211
Xatu street. Union Slock, crp-jsitc Court Square, -Meir
ahis. Tena. "c"
W B.LiLia.ASH. a.t'tiuSi,
187 A XTXT ST.,
Under tlic Worslinm ISonse.
miE subscriber begs leave to anacauw to biaeuttom-
JL ers and the citirens of MemiAis tha' it oa return
ed from New Tot k with a ful! a. v rtciut of niot .4ea.
did God, which be is prepared ') B up lor casa ',r
sbw notice. aeae iv
TIX AAi SL.ATE UOOFIAG
SUPERCEDED BT THE USE OF
WEST'S PATENT GALVAXIC tEJIEKT.
THIS Cement, by its Boa-coadactioo and galvanism,
nrevents metal roofs from rusting aad cniolderiug ;
aud resists the extremes of heat aed cold better than
anything aver invested lor enlir- roof s, or for covering
over old shingles or metal roofs ot any kind. The weight
heretofore attached to cement roofs is avoided by the use
of thia material, it being much lighter than tin or shin
gles It is adapted to all kinds of bouses, fiat or steep
mots. Its appearance is like state, beautirui aitKe for
tbe rich palace or the humble cottage.
The twdersigned, having secured the right to the
Stale ef Tennessee, is Bow prepared to oover old or new
Tools f any description, or to repair eta roora that leak
aroand chimneys, aky-lights. battlements, Ilc., at short
est Botiee ; aad will also sell rights to territories, by
ooaatiesor towns, oa reassaaMe terms. The attention
ot architects, builders, aad the public generally, is Invi
ted to this Roofiog, as somethiag better than anytMeg
before known, fnr cheap&ess aad durability, it bsiag Ere
w. 3. de.vsbti. rropristor.
Offlse la J. L. Morcaa's Archl ectura! Rooms, No. 10
Walker's Muck. Memphis. Tennessee, where samples may
be seen ; or address Box dot post mce.
Ot the many testimonials I have, I will here susalt
To Whom it may Concern.
This is to certify that I have had West's Patent Gal
vanic Cement put Bpon a roof at my store, which hereto-
fo e leaked badly; but since the application of tbis Ce-
meat it has been perfectly water-proof. I can recom-
it ta the vuMtc for all modes purposes, and believe
it to be a permanent fixture against ore aaa water.
JAaba DOtu, jso. i.i Jisin-et.
Memphis, July IS, 18e6.
Havtag eximlsed sarapl' s ot fVest'i Patent Galvanic
GesaeBt tar Koeang, ana BaviBg a xnowieoge or tne ma
terial aed ia said roods;, we have bo b<atien In
saytag that we deem said roofing one of the best that has
come under oar observation, and wsaid cheerfully re
ad it to the paMic, it biog fire aad water-proof .
Signed, John L. Morgan, Architect ; Wm. Crane, Archl-
tec aad Civil Hagtneer; R. Ylrge, carpenter; N
S. Brace & Co., Carriage Bntkters, Monroe street ; D
CoctreTI, proprietor Commercial Hotel ; E.A.Benson
Music House, 26S Main street.
Memphis, July IS, 1856.
Norton, Bradley k. Co., tinners ; S. V. -.sinews; E. B.
tricks, Ba-nard Sweats; S. Bastable; S. R Mathews
Oaas. A. Wheatea; E. B. Brewster; C. TJ. Usenfeentz
Syracuse. N. Y ; Amos Pratt, 'Master steamboat Globe,
BuCalo. .N. X .; b. u. case, sup't cars and iinivtinge It
C. R. R., Detroit, Michigan; Win "Wells; Decry Chls-
hoita ; E. Lejand, tinner, Cleveland. Ohio, D. L Joco-
bns cl Bro.; Gage, Brother &. Drake, Treraont House
Sap't Pablic BsiKUngs, Chicago, Illinoii. All of tbe
above Bamed gentlemen, with hosts of other, bave used
tbis Cement, aad can testis as to Us utulta' and dura-
WE are ageaU far the sale of IS siove GIN, atd
would be pleased to snpiy planters. "tTe have esni
phs on hand, aad can order any ilza that may be desired.
Tesiiraonials from a number or good planters as tc u.t
superior quality of these Gins, can bo furnished. Proper
guarantee, given, ana terms easy.
feb7-wly STKATTON. lacDAVnT ft CO.
BY virtue of an interlocutory decree ot the Chancery
Court at Ripley, at its December Term, 1S5S, I will
sen at the Court House doer, lu the town of KlMey, on
the FIR3T MONDAY in March next. One Hundred Acres
of u i n tv 7tn civil District of l-auderoale cousty.
iwisnstlBf: t . ta fcttat oi tjoaprr n. Jones. Terms cah.
janll-wtdi HEKRY II. KICnARBSON, 0. It M.
rPRE under-lTiied are now opening at their NEW
KO. 37 FROXT ROW,
geaeral and well selected assortment of
Fresh Dnics and Medicines.
Chemicals Faints, Oils, Dje-tufli, Patent Medtoiaes.
Gias.ware and Perfuni'ry, warranted te be f res'i and
BCiae, direct f rum New Tork. which ate offered on ac
commodating terms. Call aad Judge for yourselves, or
send ia your orders, which will be promptly attended to.
partteaUriy these from a distance, and the goods sent
aorward withoat delay The patronage of our friends
aod thv paktic la rnpeotXuUr solicited to onr newea.
abllsbaieBt, as we feel assured we caa reader satiifac-
aan to an wo may I aveb.s with their custom.
PtrseHptfens p?rt 1
up asTrfaiiy at ajl MQIt.
WATT C. BRADFORD.
1 Q DOE Cractbles, Nos. 18 to 40 ;
IO K Circular Saws. 4Sto " tacfaos 1
3M bbis. Newark Ceaeat;
WB) piaster Paris;
A good sleek ot Gum Batting ;
Files of a superior qaality, aD sizes 5
French Bart Mill Stoats, atl ttt ;
A large lot superior BHtng OMa;
Far sale law at the Uutoc Feaadry, Papiar street.
GAYOSO SAVINGS INSTITUTION,
SAVISGS KAXK & EXtHAXfiE OFFICE,
No. 20 Madison Street.
THIS loatltirtm, aavirg bnen ruU -4 na4r a charter
granted ay tie Geaeral Aw n.ojr- nt .at State of Ten-
aeuee, i aaw reaay for attaiaeM Tin inractors for tbe
easaiBr 7ar are :
F&ANK M WHITE, AVTm'W M. FftCTE Trct't
C. J. SUtUmS. Z. K. AVERT. Cethirr.
By ta rkartcr, married wnm& and cblWr. n mav de.
swttt all sasM 01 not lees taaa 41 jrr wdt, oatject cuiy
to tactr cootrU. laterest allvw-d oa M djK,.:ts for
Btore than aatsr saoathe, at tlx per cm. p-r aJMian. Bx-
raaaav aa sev lor aaa sr onriM. Oobeibtt u
4 pneorda aratsatty mattt.
Ise. 7tfa, 1H ly
Pure Ohio Catawba Brandy. .
THE Boderait-oed has this day rreetved thirty rait
A Lyoa's pries Ohio Catawba firaadr al I...
beea aapeaiUd safe agau for the sale ef this eHebraUd
pare Native Brandy, wbkli is strongly rscawnnveKed by
,w rrrai. irquiriuc jiKsoauiK stliaulints,
a It is the only pure article of Prandy U be prorured In
she United states.
dIS- aTtANDLKR Ic CO , Agrnls.
Bags;iiir;, Rale Rope and Twinei
"1 0N8TANTLT ob hand and for sals by
Refined Sheet and bhred Isinglass,
FOR BLANC MANGE, TABLE JELLIES, A
prime artid Jar Conisdlsnnrs, Hattls, and Family
use. To L eWalned. with diacaUoas for ntlnr. or the
priselpat flrocars and Srsggliti throucbont tbe Halted
States. FETCH COOPER.
O0r22-Jm SM TtOllc.
SWAN ,& GO.'S LOTTERIES.
Capital Prize 50,000.
THE following Sehen-e will be drawn by S. SWAN &
CO.. ifanseers of the FORT GAINES ACADEMY
LOTTERY, of Georgia, and the SOUTHERN MILITARY
ACADEMY LOTTERY, of AUbaau, in each of their
Lotteries for February, 1SS7.
To bo drawn In the Oily of MOBILE, AHbxraa, In
public, en SATURDAY, Febitury 7lh, 1857.
Tots drawn In the City of Atlanta, GeorsU, In putMc,
on THURSDAY, Ftbrnary 10th, 1857.
Tj te dtawn In the city of Atlanta, Georgia, In public, on
SATURDAY, February 231b, 1857, on tbe i.lan of
3. EGO DtTiasoe I !
Moro than Ono Prize to Every Ten
TIIIRTV THOBSAM) TICKETS !
1 Prlre of $50 003 1- $50,000
1 20,000 II ' 50 000
1 10 000 Is 10,600
1 " 9 000 is 9 000
1 SO 0 Is 8 000
1 7,000 is 7 000
1 " 6 000 it 6.000
1- M00 is 5 000
1 " 4 00 1 4 000
1 " 3 000 1s 3 000
1 ! aoo Is 2 000
1 " 1,M0 is 1,000
100 100 are 10.003
103 " 60 are 6,000
4 rrtaes ! $68Aprox'ting to $53 000 Prieare$J0M
. jbo ' 20 000 " 800
100 " 10 000 " 400
fcO ' 9,M " 320
65 " 8 000 " 2C0
" 00 " 70 0 " 210
" 65 6.0E0 " 210
" 60 ' 6,000 " "00
" 45 " 4 00t) ' 180
44 W 44 3 000 " 160
3j" 44 2 0!O ' 120
4 . 5 4i 1,000 " 100
20 arc co.too
3,2d0 prises amounting to.
"Whole Tickets, 810 ; HalTes, 85 00;
Quarters, 82 50.
PIjAIV OF THE JLOTTERV.
The Numbers from! to 30 000, corresponding with thess
Numbers on the Tickets prlntnl on s'parate slips ot pa
per, are encircled with small tin tubes and placed la cue
The first 212 Prlr.es, similarly printed and encircled, are
placed in another wheel.
Tbe wheels are tben revolved, and a number is drawn
from the wheel of numbers, and at tba ame time a Prize
I. drawn from the other wheel. The Number and Prize
d'awnout are opened aad exhibited to the audience and
regist red by the Commissioners; tbe Pilre being placed
against tbe Number drawn. Tills operation is repeated
until all the Prizes are drawn out.
ArPROXIMATIOSPniiES. The two preceding and tbe
two succeeding Numbers to those drawing tbe first 12
Prizes will be entitled tt the 4S Approximation nitre, ac
cording to the tcueme.
53-The 3,000 Prises of $20 will bedetermlaedby the
last figure ot the number that draws tbe $60,000 Prize.
For extmple, if tbe Nutsbers drawing $60,000 Prize ends
with No. 1, thrn all tbe Tickets where the number ends
ia 1 will be entitled to 120. If the Number ends with
No. 2, tben aU the Tickets where the number ends in 2
wilt be fcRtitead to $20, aad so on to 0.
Certificates of Packages will be sold at the following
rates, which is tbe ritk :
Certificate ef Package of 10 Whole Ticket $S0 00
" " 10 Half " 40 00
" 10 Quarter " 20 00
In ordering Tickets or Certificates, encjos tbe money
(o our addres. for the Tickets ordered.on receiptor which
they will be fsrwarded by first mail. Purchasers can
have Tickets endiag in any figure they may d slgnate.
The list of drawn numbers and prizes will be fot ward
ed to purchasers immediately after the drawing.
Purchasers will please write their signatures plain, and
give ibeir Post Office, County and State.
Ej Remember that every Prize Is drawn and payable
la full without deduction.
d All Prizes of SI 000 and under, nard immediately
after the drawing other Prizes at tbe usual time ot
AH cemmunkatiens strictly confidential.
5"7 Prke Tickets cashed or renewed In other Tlrkets
at either office.
Addres orders for Tickets or Certificates of Packages of
Tickets either te
S. SWAN 4. CO., Atlanta, Ga., or
jsnis S. SWAN. Montgomery. Ala.
COTTON SEED PLANTER!
This engraving repressnts an Improvement In
MACHINES FOR m,XSTVSGt COT-
TOST AAD OTHER SEEDS.
Iv$nled bylJ. A. STEWART, of Kentucky, user
Patented July 1st, 1S5G.
MANUFACTURED by STREET CO., corner of Sec
ond ard Poplar streets, Mempni'
Orders for Planter received by STREET Jc fo ; '.i.
by GOODLETT, NABKES JitX)., No. 47 Front
TERMS $20 00, shop cost. Including the right to use.
i-aia on aeureiy at tbe Shop. oeot-dtf
Premium Cotton Gins.
rnHE attention ef Cotton Planters Is resDectfnllv caned
JL to the above superior Gin, manufactured bT E. Car.
ver a Co., East Bridgewater, Mass. Under a recent lm.
prnvement, the Carver Gins are regarded as the best now
in general use ; their superiority needs Bo comments from
us, as thousands are new In successful operation In the
We have on hand fifty Gins, embracing all the different
sues ana numbers or saws.
Also 10 and 12 feet gennent bolts, washers, ic. cenv
piete, all of which we offer to OHr friends upon the nsual
terms and time. GWTNN &. GIBSON,
' Kai. 1 and 2 Exchange Building,
Memphis, Sept. 23, 1851 tf
WHITJLEY'S PATENT. PORTA
CLAKK & AVERY,
St. Lov.it, No.
AG EXT AT MEMPHIS, TEITO.,
HAYING taken the Agency for the sale of the above
Circular Saw Mills, I am pirpared to fill all orders
far aims, with or without the power to dm them on
the shortest notice.
Persons wishing to pa rebate Mills, and also desirous that
they tbeuM bo set up and put into operation, can b ac-
We do r,- wish to praise our own work, all we ask of
persoRa wishing to purchase Mills is to examine onr
wotx before baying elsewhere, as we think they will give
as tbe preference after such examination. Ve are sat
l3d ear Mills will saw more lumber, and In better style
in la same UBtnber of hours than any other Saw Mill
Persons wUMng to purchase Mills will please address
meal Memphis, Tenn. G. McLZAN.
Black Smith and Sheet Iron Worker,
Corner of Front Row and Winthetttr.tt.,
SECOND-HAND Hollers bought, sold
and exchanged for new onos. Sheet Iron
work don of every description, such as
Chimneys. llrlchn. Fire llcdl. Eicane
Pipes. Condensers, Forges.Metalle Life-Boats, aodSleam
boat 'Work In general. Also, Bank Safes, 1'Irepro.f Suuli,
Gasometers, CUterns, Ice.
K. B. Boilers repaired at the shortest notice, and on
the trait reasonable terms. novls-diuly
0LOKTE wniSKT, fotsale.by
v-t m H I I m l HI
cf I-.prli (for.
ON the 1st June, 1856, the Ann heretofore existing be
tween F. n. CLARE and A. C. WUItZACH was dis
solved by mutual consent. F. n. Clark It ehargid with
the settlement .ot the brutcest of the late firm ef F. H.
Clark fa Co. F. H. CLARK.
A. 0. WURZBACn.
Thersubscrlbers have associated themselves together
under the flrta of F. H. CLARK & CO.
F. H. CLARK,
JAS. S. WILKIN3,
OUR NEW .FIRM.
It affords m pleasure to announce to my friends and
the public that I have associated with ot my former
partner, JAS. S. WILKINS,' and my well-known assis
tant, THOS. HILL, nnder the familiar style of F. H.
CLARK & CO.
The new firm will start with an efficient force In each
mechanical branch, the Watch dspartmentbelng under the
supervision ot Mr. Wilklns.
Sto tfnil at all times of the latest fashions, and prices
as Ion js the same quality and style of goods can be pur
chased in Philadelphia or New York.
I am thankful for the liberal patronage extended to me
during my fifteen years' residence In Memphis, aad my
aim will be to merit its centlauance.
F. H. CLARK.
OUR aim has bet n to keep pace with our growing city,
and furnish these who want Goods In our line with
good articles, and at fair prices. Our assortment, for
years, has been but little If anybehlnd our Eastern
cities. It Is more extensive this season than ever. Our
leading branches are, Bret
Of whl we have every variety In general use,
together with a large assortment made to onr
order, which for neatness of style and tlme-keep-mr.
are surpassed by none. In cur assortment
will H fand the Eight Day Watch and the Repeating
Chrfci.ocicUi, giving the time to a mlnnte In the dark.
Our i. vjr'cr-M in this Important branch Is kept full
by frequent receipts of all the new styles, whether cf
foreign or domestic proa uciien,
W have made tbis branch ot our business a study for
years, not only posttUs ourselves with tegard to the dif
ferent anilities and merits of the different styles and ma
kers, but ot the kinds best suitable to our market. Our
assortment, for number of years, has been large, ta
which w have recently made many additions of our own
importation. We can furnish our easterners with SHOT
GUNS from $5 to $200; RIFLES from $10 to $100.
Also, the celebrated SHARPE'S RIFLE.
DERRINGER and COLT, of all sizes,
sortnient ot the kinds in general use.
Also, a full as-
Tea and Coffee Sets, Pitchers, Goblets. Cups, Castors,
Spoons. Folks, Ladles, with many choice Fancy Articles,
aU coin fine.
SILVER PLATED GOODS.
Urns, Castors, Candlesticks, Tea and Coffee Sets, Energ-
nrs. Cake and Fruit SuteU, Spoons, Forks, Ladles, Pitcc-
ers, lioMeii, cups, h atiers, sc.. sic.
A full assortment of Pocket and Table, from the best
makers, with a great variety of Fancy Goods.
OUB ItEEC HAHlCATi BRANCH.
All kinds ot Watch Work done In tha most faithful
manner. Jewelry repaired, and new made to order.
nam and Oramcutal ; Seals for Lodges, Courts, ic,
tn any stile, Stencel Platei of all sizes.
Prof Eemington, 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 styiei.
In building expressly for our business, w bave com
bined every convenience tor the different branches, and
gtcatly re, need our expenses, which, with our facilities
and the externum ot our business, enables us to sell goods
and do work on the most reasonable terms. Goods cheer
fully shown and fairly reprrsented, and we invite all,
both havers and the curious, to drop in v ilhont ceremony
and examine our skc We keep open ouse for all.
octlS-dawIy F. H. CLARK & CO.
TBElatclandbyiar the most Important improve
ment in Photography Is tho recently patented pic
ture known as the SP11EREOTTPE, which Is not only
new and unlike any ot Its predecessors, but greatly su
perior to u. The Spbertot) pe Is proof against hue,
air and water, and for richness ot toue, warmth of
expression and distinctness us 10 equal In fact the 11
luslon is snch that the picture, cr Image, seems susperd
cd in air, entirely lndep.bdeut of tb back ground
For ibis picture we have the exclusive right for Mem
phis Specimens can be seen in our GaEery, where pic
tures are also taken In the various style- by onr Artist,
who comblms the Chemist with the Aitl.t, which ena
bles him at all times to produce supeilar Pictures.
F. If. CLARK c CO .
dec2-tf No. 1 Clark's Marble Block.
PARIS HOUSE COXFECTIOXERY.
No. 67 Pront Row.
TTJ C& THANKFUL to his friends and the public
JJgjjf3r tbe very liberal patronage extended to
e(&?y him for the last eight years, M. LOUIS MON-
TEDONICO begs leave to lafoim the citizens
of Meinphis and vicinity that he will constantly keep on
hand a large assortment ot the best imported Wines
Claret, Port, Madeira, White, &c. ; also, Scotch Ale and
M. L. Montedosico always keeps on hand a great
variety of Fancy Candies and Toys, an assortment of stick
Candy, Prunes in Jars and boxes. Raisins, Graphs, every
kind of Fruits and Nuts, Pickles, Lobsters, Sardines.
Olives, French and English Mustard, Sugar In loaf and
boxes, Caracao, Marasrhlnn, OW Wines. Ginger, Pre
serves, Savannah, New Tork and Boston Preserves, Cat
sup, Pepper Sauce, Chocolate, Cordials, Syrups, Macca
roni, Vermacelli, the beet Havana Cigars, and a great
many olier articles, loo numerous to mention, now offered
for sale very low, either by wholesale or retail.
Having, at much expense, i.ecured the services of two
of the most experienced workmen ever in thjs city, he
Carters himsetf that he cannot be surmsel In arranging
and decorating tables for Parties Weddings, &o , with
hoecr l j himself and satisfaction to his customers.
X. so coo.
Manufacturer nnd 'Wholesale Healer In
JFlaln ami Fancy
CANDIES, CAKES, &C. j
no. a-JU illai n-8t, Odd Fellows'
Hall, "ftleiiipliis, Tenia.,
KEEPS constan i,aud a large assortment of Green
and Dry Fruits. Frnits ia their own Juice, Jellies,
Preserves, Sardines, Lobsters. Spiced and Pickled Oys
ters, Piekles, Cordials, Syrups, fine Wines, Brandies, all
Kinas 01 uts, ac
In connection with this establishment I have fitted up
m superior etyie an
lee Cream aioora.
expressly for the j-aities. A1 so. r ueni.etset: .aioon
where Ire Cream Is served from 3A.M. till 12 P. U.
S. PIIELOK ...WM. FAHIUS.
riiELOA & fakkis, rroprictors,
NEAR THE DEPOT OF THE
ftf ississipni &. Tennessee Railroad
Tl fANUFACTURERSof W;ons, Plows, Drays, Carts,
AVA. wneeioarrows ana Agricultural Implements gener-
-II If.- C-.h ti . . 011 .1. U..M1... n . .
wi- Jiwv, .ibiu, iwviif auuiiuuiis, jitaiftviB,
Casings and Base kept constantly on hand for sale, and
made to order at short notice.
All kinds ot Wood Turning and Sawing dene on tbe
moil reasonable terms. We are alro doing a general
Building Business, and solicit a call from those Intending
to build, as we think we can do their work cheaper and
give better satisfaction than any one else In the city. We
use me neii ana most approved machinery in the manu
facture of our work, and being both practical mechanics,
we can and will do onr work better and sell it cheaper
loan any oiner esiaog&nmenr, in 111 city, to all we sav.
come and try us. We also do Wrought-Iron "Work cf
very description mat Wrought Shutters for Houses,
w aii our wot is i&iiy Bosrauucu.
MARINE AND FIRE INSURANCE CO.
Of iVasli.ville, Tenn.
CAPITAL, :::::: 8150,000.
JOSEPH TAULX. Fres't A. W. BUTLER, Bec'y.
John M Hill, Alex. Allison, Thompson Anderson,
uuu iricj, A. u. uruiicr( jr. A. uwen,
Q. M. Fogg, Joseph Taulx, James Ellis.
N. E. Alloway, W. . Eakin.
MARINE INSURANCE on Cargoes and Freights nnder
open or special policies. Inland Transportation Risk u.
Mercbanaise, oy steamboats, railroads, or land carrlagf!
also, haxards on riven and laces to or from aay part of
the United States.
FIRE INSURANCE ob buildings, dwelling or Other
uses, goods in store, furniture, ate.. In t-wn or country.
fj-nefiixt insured agauui ue aangers of the rivet.
J. Q. LONSDALE, Agent,
OSc Jefferson street, Memphis.
Ttc Mutual Life Insurance Company,
OF NEW TORE.
Accumulated Fund, $3,000,000.
THE rales adopted by this Company are baaed upon the
most correct observations. Policy holders get all the gain
f lbs Company, as It Is purely mutual, having no preftr
redsuexor other capital to tare the first fruits of menu
from tbe insured.
Any person wishing iniurance nh!s or her life will re
ceive all InformatlsB, together with the requisite ferns tl
ppllcauon, by calling en J. o. LONSDALE,
.Agent aiuiuai juixe insurance toxnpaDy,
octll-ly ' Omce Je3ron street, Mernphj.,...
SAINT JOSEPH'S COLLEGE,
Near Somerset, Terry County, 0.
THE Annual Session af this Institution will be re
lumed on the ISrif Monday of September. IMS.
For Board and Tnltion In English branches, wash
ing and mending Unea, and us of bed and bed
ding, perannusi $110
For Board (as above) with Tuition In Algebra, Ge
ometry, surveying. uoox-K.eeping, Rhetoric, His
tory, and tha use of the Globes
For Board (as above) with Tuition In the Classics
and Natural Philosophy 140
For Instructions cn Piano, with use of Jnstru-
mentper annum 30
For Instruction on other Instruments.. 10
Stationery, Books, Medicines, when f uratibed, at
To those who remain at the Institution during va
cation, an extra cbarga will be made of.
J. A. KELLY, President.
J3- Refer to Rev. J. T. Daly, Memphis, for further
LAGRANGE FEMALE COLLEGE,
TnE Spring Session will commence WEDNESDAY,
Ftbrnary 4th, 1857.
D. B. JOnNSON, A. M , President, aad Professor of
Mental and Moral Sclmce and Evidences of Christianity.
J. II. HACKELTON, A. M., Professor of Ancient Lan
guages and French.
Rev J. W. SB ELTON, A. M., Professor of English
Literature and Natural Scitnce.
T. B. JOHNSON, Professor of Pure and Mixed Mathe
E. CTRIAX, Prafsssor of Vocal and InstrmatnUI Mo
sis. and Teacher on the Harp.
J. KOEHLER, AssUtant Professor of Music.
Mts. M. K. JOHNSON. Gorerre.s.
Miss M. W. NASH, Instructress In Total and Inttra-
MI'iELIZV St. BARTLETT, Instructress in Natural
Science and Higher Enclinh Branches.
Miss ELLEN M. BARTLETT, Instructress in Engttsb
Miss M. A. BENT, Instructress In Drawing and Paint
Miss M. JOHNS3N, Preceptress of the Preparatory De
Preparatory Departmrnt $10 00
t A. mi- Department 16 09
Collegiate Department...... 20 00
Music on Piano and Guitar, each : 36 DO
Music oa Harp 30 84
Use of Instrument BO)
Modern Languages, each 12 0t
Drawing and Faintl?? 10 W
Incidental Tax I 04
Board, including all contingent expenses 60 Oil
One-half of the Board and Tuitbm must be paid In ad
vance, tne remainder at tne cioie of the .eslon.
Jan2S-w2t President Board of Trustees
RIPLEY MALE ACADEMY.
rpHE next session cf this institution will commence
X MONDAY, February 2d, ISSt, and continue twenty
on weeks, under the eare of Rev. An.f rit MORRILL,
TUITION PER SESSION.
First Class , 8 00
Second Class..... 10 f-0
Third Clas 12 I
Fourth Class IS l
JT3No deduction for abstnee, except for protracted
The Trustees are happy to announce that they bare se
cured a permanent teacher, and trom the known reputa
tion of Mr. Morrill as an lnstrncter f youth, they aaa
confidently recommend this School to all wbo wish to
have their sons wU and thoroughly taught.
Ripley, Tenn., JanTO-wSt P. T GLASS, SeCy.
irrvvrscrr rru a v vi rmr w Ttr.v
uiiuiiiMiiU m: xijiauci viiiiiji.tij
THE flrit setslon of tbis Institution commeRCes the
FIRST MONDAT. (3d day) f February. Tbe aus
pices ate favo able Franklin ts one of the most pleas
ant ana neaitniui towns of I lie state. Tf e Rrr. J. M
SHARPS Is President, assisted by a full, experienced and
efficient corps ot Teachers. Tb-s College bUkiing is fAe
ornament ot Franklin, and sufficient y commodious for
two nuoarea ana nny pspns. oar motio is " tiior
OUOiintss. " Music and Ornamental Branches shall
not be neglected. The Boarding Department is conducted
oy air. ana lira shakpe, and eve-y want shall be sup
plied. For Circular and other particulars, address tie
Presllent, ar JOHN MARSHALL.
SOMERVILLE MALE ACADEMY,
WILL open on MONDAT, the Sdof February, In the
building which haa Jnt benertcted. This build
ing has ben especially adapted, in Its interior construc
tion and arrangement, to convenience, health, and good
taste, and to the requirements of this school, and will be
furnished with tbe most Improved school furniture.
(single desks and chairs.) and other educatleEal appll-
ancsa. roc intarmation, aoarets the rrtsctpal,
H. M. SIOORE.
COLLIERTILLE FEMALE COLLEGE,
Incorporated in 1850.
rpHE fourth Session win begin the SECOND DAT oj
JL rtiJUUAKi, ana continue twenty-one weeks.
W. n BENNETT, A.M., M. D . President. Ancient
Mrs. B. BENNETT, Governess. Vocal and Insti aawuUl
Mis MATILDA KOEN, E. L. M.,EagUB Lilefalare.
J. B. STAMPS. Steward
Terms, Payable at the Clete of EetA SfHtan.
Primary Department $18 aa
Academic - is i
Collegiate " it 00
Mnsic with use f Instrument 2.1 00
Incidental Tax I W
Board, including ali contingent expenses per Kwath 8 16
No extra cnarg for Ancient Languages.
Students charged trom Mate of matriculating to dose of
session, ana no dedDclien except for protracted Hue's.
The President and Lady board in CoDog, where all pa-
pu can ue accoramonateu. Jani-W3at
83 inquirer copy
Oollierville Male Academy.
fTtniRD SESSION begins riFTII f JANUARY, and
X cantinues iwenty-one weeks.
J. B. STAUP3, Principal. English.
J. CUVTrON. A. SC., Ancient Languages.
G. R. BRIDGES, Steward.
terms, due at close or session.
Orthography, Rea-llng and Writing $ S 00
English Grammar, C.-ojraptay anil Arithmetic.... 10 W
Philosophy, Chemistry, Astronomy, 4;c 16 08
Mathematics and Ancient languages. 20 00
Board. irKlmllngaUcontirgentuiiensesperraoBth 9 00
stuaents cnargea from time of matriculating to close
ot session, and no deduction except for protracted illness.
JTj" Endulrer copy.
THE undersigned would re-pectfully inform tbe pub
lic tbat he has taken sbarg: ot the Male School near
Forest Hill Seminary, where he bene by UGrsml'tiDS at
tention to the dm les ef bis profession to msrit a malt
share ot the pnblic patronage. To a thorough Collegiate
education. In oai of ths first Colleges of our land, e
unlUsalargs experience as teacher of yonlh. Young
men will be thoroaslily atted for College, or the sttlve
dutlet of lira. Gont board can be had in respectable pri
vate families at eight dollars per month. The place Is ef
convenient access, being on the line of the Memphis and
Charleston Railroad. Students will leave the cars at
Forest Hill Station, where they will readily And Ike
icnooi oy inquiring at uie Female seminary.
JASIES VOORIIEES. PrlndDal.
Rtfertncet Rev. B. Miller, Principal Female Semlna-
n sty at Forest Hill ; H Owen. B. Cah, T. Batgas M.
Neville, E W. Kinney, W. T.-Bettle, 3. R.ld, J. Vangls,
rf. refill, o. jl. aieacnara, air. lioiaweu ana . uwen.
MARSHALL FEMALE INSTITUTE.
TnE Fall Seat ion of tbe Marshall F-male Institute
will opn on MONDAT, the IStb. September next,
under the govemnicntof Rev S. W SPEiSU, D.D., Presl-
uenjars. a. is iirrJEB, preceptress, assisted by able
suu cipenf art u warners.
Tbe Boardof Inrnction Is not vet fnll. Tbe PrMirlent
willbrUgwtth him from Natchex Professors of Maihc-
nit'C'. a. n jtrhti, who have been associated with him
tor a Uiiuii. r of years in that city.
The public are assured that every department will be
filled with Uacberseqnal to any In thee nntry, that every
cuori wui dc nuae w continue tne institute in tbe high
position it has long occupied, and that no means will be
scared In affording young ladies every facility for acquir
ing jjiuiuuuu auu au actTjnipiisneu eaucaiien.
The commodious and excellent buildlngnow in process
of erection will certainly bo ready In every respect for the
reception oi pupus oy tne opening of tne session.
Dr. Speer 1 now lu tb Eastern cities furnishing the
Institute with Furniture, Apparatus and Muskal lustra-
menu, all of which will b of the best strle and Mulsh.
Rates of Board and Tuition per session the same as last
session, tb :
Tuition In Literary Department from.. $12 to $20 00
AuNb,wiiuuscDi luairnmcnL. ....... Ou
Baard, per month 900
No gentleman could come more satlsfactorllv recom
mended than Dr. Speer, as an able Instructor, a thornneh
scholar, and a skillful disciplinarian. Sustained byenrr-
geuo; zeaious anumunsirious leaders, ana by an Intelli
gent and enterprising. Board of Trustees, th Principal
hopes te bare tscboool worthy cf general confidence and
extensive patronage. An appeal is c ade to the former
friends and patrons of "old Marshall," and to the pub
lic generally, lor a iioerat support.
auglS-wtf J. J. STEGER.
TAKEN up by N. Ragland. on the 9lh day of
December, 1655, a BLACK HORSE, eight years
old, 14" hands high, left hind foot white, and
a few grey halra in his forehead; valued at
niiy collars. Said Ragland resides In the 12th Civil Dis
trict seven maes Southeast of HemnhU.
T.krnnp by Thomas Ilal'man, on the 23th dsr of De
cember, 1S56, a BAT MARE TONET, file years oW, four
feet seven or eight inches high, no marks or brands per
ceivable ; valued at tnirty dollars said lleieman resides
in the 12th Civil DHtitct, aoout eight miles from Mem-
Taken np by S P. Grerorv, on the 3d day of Janusry,
lSi7. a BLOOD BAT HORSE MULE, about three veara
old, twe're or thirteen hand 1 high, has been reached and
trimmed sometime since, nas collar marks and sboeon
left fore-foot ; valued at one hundred dollars. Said fire-
rory resides in the Sth Civil District, ten miles East of
Taken nn by Robert caurehweii. en the 9ih div nf Jan
uary, 1001 a a,rum aum.Ku iiuiuik, about fourteen
bands high, has a scar on his right hind fort, and a white
spot on nil note; raiura at fortr-nvo dollars. Said
Churcbwell resides In tbe 6th Civil District, nine mile.
.rsorinwesi xrum jtaicixa.
A. S THOMAS,
JanH-wtf Ranger Shelby county.
GENERAL COLLECTING AGENCY.
TTIROM and after the first of Jannarv 1fs-r h.
JL1 slmed offers his services to the Merchants. Mech.n.
ica ana 1 roiesnonii jien 01 aiempnis, at a Collector of
iioir inu jL.coaniB.
All Papers placed In my hand wl'l be secured hv re
ceipt and endorsement.
Arrangements made with bcslness honses by the year ;
r for a stipulated per cent.
Letters addressed to me through the Pnt
1 A MAd TsTAw.I . B.f . . . ' "
- wm--,ivuu. miiui r 01 uuu ana Aaazn Birfetf.
srtfh ainla will wauutv-aB vsiwhmw. a at '
oecu-am J. MARSHALL WOODWARD.
Advaiicc on Cotton in " Transtitu "
THE tmderslgried will make liberal cash advances on
Cotton shipped hence to Livernool via v,.nri,,n.
consigned to Messrs. BREWER tt CALDWELL, New
1 ork, for sala ther In transitu. For fnrther Information
appiyto :-.; . : wm. it. hull.
No,41 Front Row,
I BOXES Fresh Chevee ; tursaieoy
-fUU Blyl - S. B, WILLIAMSON.
HAWKS, S3IITII & CO.'S BULLETIN.
rSjpx-iTas Trndo, 1GG7
MERCHANTS. PLANTERS, MECHANICS!
LOOK TO YOPR INTEREST.
SAWKS, siiiixji ' & CO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
!Eicz3s7v- o 9
Nos. 304 and 300 Main-st.
ALSO AOE.NTJ yott
"Ileainga" Patent Salamander b'afes!
HA,. IT1,rod portion af stt
Good for the SI-RIN6 TRADE, by recent arrivals
from Karoo aad the Xastern Cities, we an prepared la
obbt greater toducessents ta the Mnriuni. riiJ.- h
Mechaaicsof tbe Southwest than have hitherto been of- I
icfos n inia maraet, rot proof of watch we reseotfatty
so Ictt the inspection or our atocfc and prices. Iaviewaf
this, we have placed ourselves la a position to onVr sach
iadaormenu to those who may ri.it Mempa s for the par
pos ot Bssktag their parcaas- s, as will deter them frem
seeking another market, so far at least as oar bastaess
is eooeeraed. To fol.y carry out this abject we bave made
penunitarraBraeBtswilh the beet manofaotarers ia
BsHttaad aad In this ooantry, to be r galaily saaattcd
with a fall stock ot Goods la our line, and will farassa
those who vayfavorus with tair orders, with anaotat
as low stare as aay boas tn the coaatry, Soath or West.
Oar stock comprise
For tlic Country Trade.
'Boiled aad Charcoal Iron Calling,
Boaloa, Philadelphia and Wheeling XaHs,
Hunt's and Collins' Axes and HatclMs,
Lie. Trace, Stay and Stretch Chain.
Bright and half bright caslaterl Hoe.
CasUtrei poMtbed rtvetcd-eya Iloes,
Oil root and steam beat rTamea,
Bog skla Collars, horse and male.
Cotton, wool and Jim Crow Cards,
Manilla and Jute Cordage,
Thread and common cotton Bose,
Plow Lines, Bed Card, Clothes Unas, &c,
LoaisviUe, Cincinnati and New Tact Sitter , '
Nova Scotia and B--ved Grindstones,
Amca' caauteel Shovels aitd Spadas,
Rowland's aad Cin's Shovel aad Spadox,
Table and Pocket Cutlery, all lutterua,
Lacka, Latchea, Hinages, tic..
Well Wheels aad Well Da. lets.
Together with every aitida tatted ta lb tea af tbd
coaatry merchant. la tbe
We hate made tbe beat selections from tbvasaadaaaeaved
manafactaienof every article aceary for MnrnfMstaag
Cottoo, Cane and Grab Hoes.
One Knives, and Briar Hook,
Flow and Wagon Chains,
Fan Ml 1, Oni MHIe, Cava Nkefler,
Cora and Gob Grachevs, Straw Ott,
Hay aad M inure Fork, Kakva, e..
Grain Cradle, and Scytla s,
Patent sad commoB Charm,
Haeaos, Cotlars. Stualetreea, tie.,
rraalag Saws aad Chisels,
Garden Itapkaneats ef all Unas,
HaU k. Spear's wroaght and cast Piw,
Alien" Cottoe Plow and Scrapers,
Together with a full stock of the rcefabvated Avery aad
Livingston & Co. Plow), which have tar fvl rears
I i-'" ". ninw fn-
i pares to xecp always oh naadalarge stock of these
Plow together with the extra Point and Castings, sv as
to be able to supply oar planters with ta at aU times.
Ia the selt e! too of oar alack ot Gal ra the
We have ptM most particaiar atterttM to tbe interests
ef oar mechanic. We have selected teen good a are
best salted to this market, and caa safely guaranty satis
faction to all.
Oar stock in this department Is full aad oaasasste,
Hreenwaod'a Axle Paliie and Shatter PnlalM.
Pearl White and Mlaaral Knob Lncfc aad Lalcaaa,
Close and Ekctra-Ptated " " " '
Cottage, Ratal and Mortise " "
Frrnt aad store door " "
Sliding door Locks and Porn It are.
Seti-chntting door and Gate Hinge and Latches,
swiu aaa nooss, .aus. Brad. Screws, &c.
Thi departmen . ia our business Is wader the special
sasarviatoB af oac ef the Bartaess, who ha lac aaaajr
years, ia this city, gives it his careful aUtataoa, and be
lieving that this branch of oar buusvr icwjatf -Bsan
than ordinary care, both in th s-ctian ot Use gd
and ta ailing otders, h If determiaed ta as Ma boat en
deavors to keep such goods as shall pteaM ail av me
chanics, and wlh bold evy indaomseat ta H tlxlr
Wewould cal p irttcolar attention to oar stack of Tools.
the qaality af aU which we caa inliy gaaraaty, eaGtpris-
Union Faelaty Piaae), Rule, He.,
Spear &. Jackson's naud and Pan sell Saws,
Boteaer'a st steel Chisels aad Flits,
Mart Smith It Co.' File.
Wether ay's Chisel and Draw Knlws,
Spirit Levi Is, Rale aad Rum,
Angers, Auger Wtta Screwdriver &..
Peck' LonisvOs Btllow.
Xewcombs New Yaii Bellows,
S lid Bar and ParaBel Tim,
Armltace' i'ooaeboie Anvils, . .
Cotey's warranted Anvils.
Hand and Sledge nammer, '
Farriers, nanmers, Knives and riaia i.
Bt Charcoal Tin Plate 1 C,
44 44 44 II V
" iMdeil Koorn pjie 'l C,
Bar Tin, Speitrr. Alc,
Iran Brae aad Copper wire,
Mt Cnaaar, SoMeriaa Irooi, &e-.
Ttaaed aad Brasler Saeot Conner.
Both d and Cbarcanl Sheet Iron.
Has imitation, Ka. eirt Gslversiaed IrM,
Bar Iad, Rivets. Copper Tacks, fix.
Wo would also call the attention ef Raltrcad aad Lave
Contrac'ors to our stuck of
Railroad Harrows, Ante's Shovels and Spades,
Boring Machines. Mattocks, Picks, ie.
Having a thorough knowledg'- ot our basiacsa ia all it
branches, we are determined to give it our entire atten
tion, aad shall attend personalty i0 ai the order, aad to
the transaction of our bnslnesi in every parttesnar. and
by so doing natter ourselves that we can give satisfac
tion. HAWKS. SMITH & CO.,
rebl 364 and 306 Main-st.
TO MERGH AWTsS.
WE respectfully sail your attention to our extensive
stock of Hardware. Cutlery, Guns. French Window
Glass, Nail. Castings. MetaU. and all other article In
our line tatted to the trade of this section of country
most or whicb nas eitner been imparted by ns direct from
Europe, or selected from tbe best factories in America br
our partner resident in tbe E.st.
The recent addition of another (tore to our premises.
enabled a to tstiW?h a eunv nieat
WHOLESALE SAMPLE ROOM.
entirely disconnected from the retail branch of oar trade,
and wi- feel assured tbat Merchants wflicon.alt tnetrown
Interest by lookinc into tnl room and matin? ikrlr se-
leetioBs. None but good and puactaal men need apply,
uurrao acwfiipvniru wiin ine casn.
LOWNBS, ORG ILL fe CO ,
13 and It Front Raw.
Jaat New Tork Office, Piatt street.
WE have Just received from the Cumberland River a
fnH assortmrut and heavy sWck of the
Celebrated SJacIc?r" Iron!
Including Wagon and Bandy Tire. Flouih and Scraner
Stabs, assorted Plough Monl-ts, Horse-shoe, Nail-rod,
Atioau, aqoare, uvai, uau-ov.i, ccrap, at, txc, of every
required dimensions. All
Warranted Bellows, solid hi x find other) Vim. ifnu.
hole Afivtrs sardge and Hand Hammers. SaittbV Tones
a. a.- niu . . a . .
0iiu.,imi,iiii. i il, ua:t ana uciagOR Uast Steel
English and American Blister, Geraaa Steel. Barax
.--", OAi., APPiy lO
LUWNES, OBGILL S CO.
J4 13 and 14 Front Row
TfPi,n . T?l ? iX ?T - m 3. , 9
&VJilf3 MT tSOi&tS j?&,St
I ww. jhvli.wu. mil, rtiftnneuiJl or rMUHl ,mlir,riiiT
various r-izrof "LiviBgitoB Coontv." amnnict rKi.h
icmnM niwimH ise ceienratea fo. 11. Also Doable
Mould-board. Sub-si.il, nill-stde, Harrows. Cultivators,
s mm variety 01 aou Beosssary AgrkBllnral and
Hortlealtural Implements for mrtieaim nr ki,h
our Illustrated Catalogue, furnnlied gratit at ear store.
. , LOWNBS, ORGILL is. CO..
JB 13 and 14 Front Row.
Fire - Proof - Safes ! !
FACTS SPEAK LOUDER THAN WORDS ! I
AT the great are which brokeeotiBWanen aadMarray
treet. New Voit. Mh K.,...
erty to the amount of ' '"'' "-
Seoo.ooo 1 1
was tlfslroyed, several of these Safe's were tested with
rouj9 similar io ifte-ronewinfr :
New Tork. Nov. II, 1866.
MR. EDITOR : In Ibe Are ilk. M n-.r ...i , .
themoralBgof the 9th Inst., ear mast valmble books and
papers were evpofed for 30 hours In on of Stearns &
Marvin's Fire-Proof Safes.
we say are proof, not because thev are so labeled, bat
because we have so proved them. Our books and papers
CfIJ',t 8a,nJn""J. avetha binding of the books, occa-
aiuum nj m irum .
Our store was Ave steriM ahnvn munil ami w tlv.
rle below, occupied frem Wlr In nrrel The intnullv
of th beat can be attested by any fireman who witnessed
No furnace conld be contrived by the logennlty ef men
to create a more Intense beat. We voluntarily give this
tribute to thcaalaa or then Safe, and select mr niair
circulated commercial Journal to inform the me ream lie
community what estimate to place upon Stearns & Mar
vin- iiiKteri-atent salamander Safes.
UAVILAND, IIARKEL Sc RI3LKT,
in this roBnexlon the Manufacturer write us: "We have
nude thee Safe ever 14 yea s hare sold over 9 00
ilia 16 tested in accMenlal Ores in the United Stales
uanaoa, aod never yet bad a customer to lose a dollar by
fire fromooeot them. We think thy nave earned a high
reputation, as ther are readily sold hero In oreference to
other Safe's at Sate SO per cent, less price." A full stock
kept constantly on hand by
LOWNBS, ORGILL h. CO.
Agent for Stearns & Marvin.
JUimiber ! Jbnmber f
InAVE tb largest assortment of Lumber on hand I
bave ever offered, conaWing in part of Seasoned Cy
press and Poplar, H, 1, 1 5i and 2 Inches wide awl dear;
Sills 6x8 and SxlO; Jolce2xS, 2x8, 2x10 and 2x12; Scant
ling 2x4, 2x5. 2x6,3x4. 4x4, anddxG; Teatherboardiog.
Sheeting. Shingle and Walnut Lumber an hand r
large lot of dressed Tellow Pine Flooring and rough Pop
lar Flooring, Red Cedar Posts of all sizes.
Tarn on Eattnre,South slda of Centre Landidg-JtmlS-lUwawlv
M- E. COCHRAN.
1 iiit rtcived,i80,000"!gars. ranging In pries front
J $I0to$0aWotlnd,by .
,., . H. H. POTTER, ,
declS' Miln-iti.34 door -0rtli Wcrshaa Hotue
- " ,s fsiM, t , -, .
CLEAVES tt. GCION hat new ready far tho ippraach
lag Holidays a large and varied asierttn-nl of fla
Book, Fancy Articles, lc , consHUnginpartof as below:
Robert' Travels in the Holy Land; S vets, die., Turkey
Morocco, Antique style.
The Spectator; 8 vids.. foil calf, Engflih etyle.
Cooper' Novels ; S3 vols., halt calf, English style.
Everett's Urattana aad Speech; S vol., fall calf. An
tique, red edge.
Dr. SynUx'a Toar; Svtil., full calx, guilt back. Very
The Works cf the Br. Rkhird Hooker; full calf,Eag-
BarkV Work; S vat., IMeaU, Engtlsb style.
Lord Cbeiraid' Work; 6 T.s., fan calf, English
Ferry Exaedlttaa to Japan, MuipHil by FraMit L.
Haws, LL1)., Snely iUattaalod, in half calf, Tarkey
ator.ceo, tall gin, and other MyMo.
The same large quarto, varlaac atyte.
Spark's Life aad Writings of Wasbtagbn ; 12 vols., half
calf, BBgttafc atyk.
Spark's Ul and Writing of Franklin j 10 vU., half
BoswetFaLUa of Br. Samuel Joaasen, L.L.DJ la tea
vwl.. tall calf, Landea edttton.
The Work or Ottvcr GoMaradk, with Life and N4w, ta
4 vols., tafl calf, Loadas sdsllea.
naxlott's LUoot Saakapeare, in 4 vet., hah? 4f, Lan-
Mist Aruten's Novels; 6 vols. f8 calf, London, Bentlej'l
Addtsoa'i Weeks. vols . gilt back.
The Iaaldoy' Useada, by Rev R. H. Balaam; 3 vats..
half calf, marned edaas, Beartley's edttlan.
Lamb's DramatM Poets. 2 vs.. fan rasf. LMBdeaedMtoa.
Shelley's Bsnajn, S vols., faU calf, Laadan, Maxoar edi
The Work ef Chart Laab, t vols., fnH calf,
The Work of BKhas) Batter, la twa vols., faU aalf.
Bauer' itaaiMa, z veil., half calf.
DckB' Works. 6 vats, halt ealf Aatlaae.
Mead' Own. fall ealf. Leaden, Maxora's edit leu.
Kotlta'i Ancieat History, t v., Tarkey Murveeo, An
Gallery ot Portraits wHfa Memoirs ; 7 vab., fail ealf, gUt
eigr. iirxen amtna.
Ledge's Portrait. 16 vols., half Tar key Maroee. rare.
Icooograptilc EitcyciopedU, 6 vol., Torkey Mai ecu, taH
Shaw Bresao aad BMaraltttu of the Midas A
Ta Fenny CyctopedU, 39 vol., royal octave, half boaad
in Kaaua leatMr.
Dtaaaeod EdWaas, siaaj In Tar key Morocco, Aatlnne
styles at the foDawtna; Fj t : Baste, Taaso, Cnaa
eer. Spencer, Baakseware, Dry nan, Cawper, Mlltoa,
Pope, Scott. Burns, Klrke, Wkli,(neav(va aad ethers
Fme Octavo Edition In caaae style aa a barn, of Ta name,
Satnateaa, MHtan. Cawaer. Sewlher. Pm. Bao.
Shakspeare, Bjroa, Sestt, Mt, Hoaaas, aad aa
Miss Strkklaad's Qaeeas ef Eaffland; I vol., Tatkay Me-
Tba Kepabilcaa Court ; nne style.
Aadmcr'Birdi ot America ; 7 vols., lame style
AadBmon's aad BachBssn'i Qaadtapeda of North Amarl
lea; 3 vols., the same style.
Lord X a boa's HialMy f Enjtlaad,is 7 vats., faHcaK,
Maeaulay's History t Endand; t vats., half caW, Lon-
dos, Longman's edition.
Pieacot's Works ; naif calf, Aatieae style.
Ciieridire's do do do
Chalner Postaasaoru Work; naif calf, Aatstne style,
li sanan Moore's Wtrik; half catf, Anthsae atjle.
MU Bdgewonh's do d do
Mr. Snerweod's du da d
Baacraft's Baited States; c vet., half calf, cwtH asek.
Titerr'e French Hevalatma ; 4 vols., half calf, slit baok.
Rasc's Keorathlcal Dictionary ; 12 vols., fall calf. Bag'
Irvmg's Works ; 1st vols., half Tat key, Aattaoe stys.
Rkh Ftpier Macho plain and inlaid Wrttsag Desks a, 11,
14 and IS loch.
Risk Papier Maahe New Style Regent, very Biadteeaeir
I RKh Raaier Macne Envoi Boxs. la greit rarlcly.
Kich Papier M acne worx Baxr, in great variety.
Rkh Papier Meehe Jewel Boxes, do da
Rich Papier Vac be Part Folio-, do do
Rich Papier Macaelak Staads. do da
Ladle' Cabas of Turkey Moroore, Rata Leather, Senas
Ladies' CMpardans, in a variety ef seyles.
Saneth Ormolu Jewel Boxe.
Indies' Traveling Bag, several varieties.
New French style Ladle" Velvet Bag axd Parte Monies,
Franca Wicker Lined Work Baskrta, entirely sew styles
New style Crochet Mu, Faarl aad CkraeJiaa hsldns.
Sts Rhw'rs la Sons' fctteor, re cam.
Fran en Focnet Setssar. setaetaina: new.
Paper Knives, flac carved Ivarr, Fnrl and SOvar, orBa
Mnted A treat variety of ether artictea t- Baanieas-ta raen
tlefl. Sive a a call, a wa da not diaal w iBaH be amy
to l ait tb taste of the most fasttaiaa.
dtlT-daw S ill Meus street.
Wel)StcrJs .Private Correspondence,
WITH AateWograpay aod Fersana! Reaaiic-nos,
cootaiauig aI--o a Btoavapblcal notice of Xaakiel
Webeter. Two vole., Sv.
A new Life of SammerBeld, by William W. WrBatt ;
Oantorbury Tale, by Harriet I.ee. in two volumes ;
The Miser, Xieketleketack. Brt ta Fror Geatp ana ;
Thr Taues iu one valnaM by Meodrlck Ooneaacknce ;
Feenwof Henry Wadsworth Longfellow complete iu two
Tna Ctstaw&y ; -, the Adventares of a Fasally ia the
WUds of Afrtra.iUaslrated;
The Ptov-Dy Book, New Stories for Little Folks, by Fan
CbaaNcteer, A Thaaksgivtag Stery af the Feabody Fine
ly, by Cornelius Mathews, with II ostrations, by
Oar Grandmother'.. Stories, aad Aant Kate's Fires id ;
Memories. Jnat received and for sale by
Jaatt-daw CLEAVES h. GDION.
THE History and Reeoresof the Rtepbaat Clab; com
piled from AatbeBtlc Deeararals now la tbe noeses
siaa of tbe Twdoftlcal Society, by Me. Knight Rast Ock
sMe.M. D., and Me, Q. K. Philander Doeslicks, P. B.
Tbiabeiag the veritable aad veracioBS history ot tbe
eatngtacd aisdolags of the Elephant Clab. With tba
mhaateand particular narrative of -Bat tbey did. To
which iaaddid a complex aati elaborat description ot
what tbey did'at. Containing also, the exatunt record
at I heir memorable saeeess in eveataally obtaining each:
aad every one. A ttaAf the entire and unadulterated
Animal, from tbe primitive h: ir in his attenaated pre-
heas to tae last iiBE or B sr ametricai tall.
The Humors of Pa!cMbridtB : A CMctioa of Hi
an and Every Day Scenes By Joamtaan F. KeOey.
Lake Ngami; or, Exptoratiu. aad Disooverr dariag
Foar Tears' Wanderina In tee Wilds f SonthwesterB
Africa, with Bnmeroas ElBStratlaBS, repp sentirtg Sport-
lag Adventures, subjects er KUarat History, Devices for
destroying, WM Animals. &e.
BeaaBiarcbat aad IIH Times. Sketches of French
Society in the Eighteenth Century, from Capablisbed
Little DorrH. By Charles Dickens. Gleta aod payer
boa ml. For sale by ,
Janl-daw CLEAVES it GUION.
J3 Eonairer and Evening wa copy.
COnS AND TV II EAT SlILlTs.
THOSE who are tn want of rrtaMe Milks for horse,
steam or water power, er Earr Mirk tones ef every
site, and best quality, are Invl ed to call at ray Factory,
where tbey are made which a second to Ben ia tbe
United States. My Horse Mllb will grind from six ta tea
and eleven bushels ged meal )r hear; aad I can tally
substantiate th' assertion. I guaranty satisfaetien in
all eases I refer to a few ef fa merchants ef the city
wbo bsve sold many of ray Mi Is, and can testify ot the
high character they bear.
F. Lao &. Co., Graham &.H111,
Jones, Brown ft Co.. J. 0. G riffle g tr. Bro.,
E. M. Apparson & Ga., Straiten, McDavHt & Co.,
Sample, MHcber! & Co.
All orders addressed te me direct, or through raer
euaBts, thaHhavepromp' atttntln. Factory on Peprar
street, addoratsc City Mills, near the river, Memphis,
Tenn. WM. BADGER.
K. J. B. L. WIMN
HAS REMOVED niS
Saddle and Harness Manufactory
To No. 231 Msin-st, opposite Square. Keeps constant
ly an hand and for sale
Coach, Somerset!, Whips of all kind,
Break, Shifter, Blind Bridles, ,
Bncgy, Plain, Rid In; Bridle,
Carryall, Svaslsh. Saddle Bags,
Wagon and Side and Medical Bags,
Flow Wagon Traveling Ban,
HARNESS. SADDLES. ; &c,kc,a(.
SadrHery Hardware, Saddle Trees. Band, Sole, Upper,
Harness. Skirting and Bridie Lealaer ; Trace Chains,
Hames, Gin Bands, &c. mar29-dwly
from il.cmpii!4 to Grenada.
TVJEW DAILT LINE of four-horse Pmt Coaches from
L Memphis to Grenada, via Panola, Oakland, and Pres
ton, sixty miles th shortest ..nd best rente from Mem
phis to Grenada, through In sixteen hours ; distance 103
miles thirty-seven mile by Bad road. Through tickets
can be had at tb General Railroad aad Stage Offlce, nn.
tier Us Wersham House. Fare $7 00.
MCALEXANDER & ODELL,
TOMBS, HEAD AND FOOT STONES, &c.
"tONSTANTLT on band. Monuments of all descrip-
J tlons, from $100 to $1000 of latest style and pat
terns. Tombs and lteaa ana toot stones, iurnMea as
Vrw as any other establishment who do their work weH
and satisfactory. Te tto.e needing anything in the
Monumental line would do well to call and examine be-
fnre .emtlntr their nrtleri to tha North. Tbe naderalencd
will be found at the old stand on Adams street, batween
Main and Front Row, opposite the Worsh&m House,
ready to 811 any orders, bavin; the best of Marble and
Workmen, no pains shall be spared tu give satisfaction.
P. S. Mr. M. L. Soar is now on a tour through
North Mls.issippl and the adjacent counties of Tennessee,
soliciting orders fr Marble work, and.wlll contract for
Marble at shop prices, tbe object of his tour being chiefly
to remove the tmpreetlan that orders must be snt to the
North for good work. 'The pnblle being satlsBed thai
it Is the best policy to enconraga heme Industry, and If
.good Work and reasonabl price will keep bruinras at
home, give your orders to Mr. Sory, or call opposite the
Worsham Hoso. aus2S-wtf J. W.
O -A. 3L H. S
Premium Gallery !
HAVING Just returned from a business tour North,
with all th facilities for taking ane, durable
Daguerreotypes, Ambrotypes, 8zc.,
I am now ready In person to serve my friends ant the
public generally in my line, on the most reasonable Urmx.
I have no new tangled patenta and clap-trap processet
to offer the. pnblic. My establishment has to stand 01
fill amtdaUtbeblaxemryief its neighborii upon lt own
ntriti. . iep3-dawti
Over Two Thousand Bottles of
J. II. MCLEAN'S CELEBRATED STREXOTHEN
ING COfiDIAL AM) BLOOD PURIFIEIE,
an-t the de
mand it i ii
ry djy The
'-aa! has u
vry rap I y
spr a . g up,
i' r lots r-m
"ly n ,r.
Its. Tb.U"iof w.ak NeMe aad debilitated persassta
tali city bave in mad,- h- aithy aj.: stroog by taking it.
It 1 tay oet aib-rnative in the world, aad the sfflT
remedy that will parity ib Heod, aed at the same Urn -MreaatbeB
and tnvnioratc tb-' hole nrrantxatioR.
It will eeiaalrr cur all cssatalat f tha Uvar.
as rosea or Be, .oca a Law Cea4lBt, Headash!.
fstileajeae, Bad Breath, aeranvpeia. Soar Stantaah, Loss
of Aaaatita, Mervoa Dieoaee. FatiMii. Weakaes er
aay dSsea.e at the Waatb, Xidays or Bladder ; aad re
ar ore ft-B the skin. It la a sure
anMairve aasBi Tvtlow Fever, ChUIl, Agae and
Fevar, Caa rra, ar any strovariBg efWienrie. There la aa .
nstetak aaoet it.
T3r Every bottle 1 warraaWto give lattstaatiaa. Trr
It It 1 very pHaaant. It taav a detlabtfal aramatK
Oa r w the nsaath after taklag tt
i. H. MeLEAN, Sal Pnprletor of this Cordial.
Ala, McLean Volcanic Oil Liniment,
rr Principal depot an the corner of Third -nd Pm
stm, St- Laa, Mo. For sale in Memphis, ty
G D. JOHNSON. Agent,
fM-tawly corner Madtsoa aad Main street.
TT Irl. Xj 33 "ST'S
GREAT PRIZE SARSAPARILU,
AWARDED 21T OCTOBER,
Atlhetett emi ana frrntine compound of thit Hoot
nov presented to the public.
LOUISVILLZ ANKTJZ.L EXHTBITI0U.
THIS wonderful preparation, so Justly appreclsted by
the American people, has now became the ManJari
reasedyof theaga The alBtcted bear testteeny er iu"
a-arvesaa aroaertie. aad the Bahapny, paa-wrn and
exaanttcd anrer rejaece there is help, when aR Aav,
failed. Out at the haadred ef cases Katterrd iver
MhwbMtnai, Alabama, -WIsoGn, Mtssoart, Indi.. and
Kestacky , t aa never ia a siazie lutaBe been known
to fall, aad win care, beyond an daaM :
a'aer King's Eva, Af
fections ot the Bob, SyphHts,
B-billty, Habttaal Costlveaess, Eryslps
latt FabBjanarr Bieaes, Liver Cemalafet. '
PI, Fenul Irreanlartttea, FlHata, Skla Disease
Wnaaiad Kidney, aad a a great and paw
erfaj Tanic, parlfytag the Blood,
aad Invinsiatteg ta
Th asedid-. tbiigh prepared at great expense. Is
ntieitbelea wnkia the reach of poor as weH a riffc.aid
looked vpoa by the community as the greatest bteisteg
vTCanterred a mankind.
Dr. T. A. HURl.BT'S Maaafactory, owarof f-VM'
aad Girh streets, LoaisviUe, Ky., wkr aU ...titers,
mast a a'Idressed.
Far sale by H. F. FARNS ORTH k CO., and CHAN-
BLER &. CO., Memphis, Tennessee, and Drcgxlstu
throughout the United Slates aad Caaadas.
Prhse $1 per bottle, er six far is. serSl-oaw iy
Pwril'y your Blood!
THE CONCENTRATED FLUID EXTRACT OF YEL
LOW DOCK is the sovereign remedy for alt Merra--rial
A Section., Scrofula, SweUiegof the Joists, Rhea-'
aaatlia. &.c. Asa Liver Medicine, it has Boetaai. Its.
alterative effect on the system, In addition ta iu beta; a
pa rely Vegetable Preparation, adapts it to atesast any
Cbraatc Affection where aa alterative medieae la re
q aired. Far EraatioBs ob the Skla, OM Ocers, Dypev
(ta. and NervM Hcadacho, It has no taceesafBl m
petitor among the nostrums of tbe day. JiaiVfMM
HtMeint it uHlt e found invahmbie.
fj" Par sale only by CHANDLER St CO.,
seat Jawly Druggist aad Apotseasrirv.
Odd FeUows' Hall Stock, MencpMl.
THE GREAT RUSSIAV RE3IDDY.
PEO BONO PUBLICO.
"Erery mother should have a box la the teste, laady
la case af accidents to tbe children."
BEDDING'S RUSSIA SALVE.
IT is a Boston remedy of th'rty years' tliaiBiir, and li
riraiiiiiMndid ay pbv-)Kian. It 1 a sare and speedy
car for Barns, Plies, Boil, Corns, Felon. CMatais aad
Old Sores of every kind ; for Fever Svres, CIcrTS, Men,
Scald Head, Nettle Rash. Bunions. Sar Nales, fremai
wended by Bar.) Whitlows, Sties, Festers, Flea Bite,
Sender Stiag. Froaen Limbs. Salt Rbeam, Starry, Sat
aad Cracked Lip, Sore Nose, Warts aad Flesh Woods,
It i a most valaa.ie reasedy a-.d care, whMh can tc tea
tilled to by thousands wbo have u-d it In the City cf
BisajB aad vicinity for tb last thirty years, la no ca
wUI tbis SolTe do an injury, or Interfer. with a physi
cian's prescriptions. It is mad from tbe palest mate
rials, from a recipe broagbt from Rnala of arMtk
crowing m that country aad the proprietor bave letters
Irani ali classes, clergymen, physicians, sea captain,
narees, aad otters who bave used It them-Jvs, and re
osmniend tt t others. BEDDING'S RUSSIA SALVE 1
pat la large tin boxes, stamped os tba cover with a pie
tare ef a bars and a disabled rider, which pKtrire -a alio
engraved on tbe wrapper. Price, 35 cents a box. SoM by
WARD k. JONES, and aU druggists.
BEDDING & CO.,
A PerJnmcd Breath.
HAT lady or gentleman would remain under tracurss
f a disagreeable breath when by njlni the "BALM
OF A THOUSAND FLOWERS" as a eVntfince wjold
sat aaly render It sweet, bat leave tbe teeth as v. tlie as
alabaster? Maay persons do not know their brrath Js
bad, and tbe s object is so drlicat their friesds wntoevrr'
meatienlt. Pear a single drop ef the ''Balm' -ft yoar
tkoth-braeh, and wash your teeth Bight and morning. A
fifty cent bottl wUI Utt a year.
A BEAUTIFUL COMPLBJ.ION' may be eartly ar
QUtred by aslac tbe "Balm of a Thousand Ffewcri,.-' IU
will remove tan. pimples and freckles from tke ikle,
leavlag it of a soft and reseat hue. Wet a towel, pour.
ob two or three drops, and wash the face night and merb-
SHAVING MADE EAST. Wet year thavUis-rr-ia.
la either warm or.coM water, pour ob two or three Jrop '
et "Balm ot a Thousand Flowers," rub tbe beard w; and'
It wUI make a beaatlfBl soft lather, much facehiatrog;
tbe operation of shaving. Price only Fifty Gents- Far.
sale by FETRIDGE It CO., proprietors, and an druggists.'
S. MANSFIELD & CO.,
WARD Ic JONES,
sptJ-dtwaweodtf H. F. FARNS WO IT.TH ft CO.
CORNER OF CHICKASAW AND JACKSON-STS.
DEALSK in Ale. Porter, Cldtr and Wlaea of aH kinds,
manufactured by tbe most celebrated estabHsh-TMnts
la tbe United States. For sale. Wholesale or RetaB.
From ay loo; experience la tho baslBeas (twelve yearsof
which has been in the city ot Memphis) I 8a tr myeei:
with tbe guaranty I have had from my old cnstcnisra
tbat my exertions have been appreciated by them.
JalyTT-dawtf JACOB BECirrnr.n.
PREVTIXG PAPER AGEA'Cr
NASHVILLE PAPER MILLS,
OS COURT-ST, BET. TROST ROW AND JJAIJT.
WHERE all kinds and sties ef Printing Paper can b
had at low price for cash.
Order for any unusual slxe ef paper will be dispatched
to Nashville and filled promptly at mill prices, with the
addition ot traniportkm. W. S. WHITEMAN.
apt-ly Chai. Datis, Agent.
MERCHANTS. PEDLARS AXSD
MARKETERS ar leUeited le engage in buyinrrRags
throughout the country, and these wbo engage atlt-
wMl Increase their business, and I will bayallthiy bring.
W. 3. W 11 ITa. J& AJt .
pS-ly Chai. Datis. Ataat.
RAGS! RAGS! RAGS!
I WISH to bay 00,000 pound ot rags and wilt pay tie
highest price in cash for antbaeettoB and Uses rags,'
aad old rape aad bagging that Is delivered to me, and
earnestly solicit the saving et rags.
W. S WJOTEMAN.
jvC-ly Chai Davii, Agent- 1
C. K. H0LST & SOW,
Maln-st., Old Stand, First Door below .llocrcc,
(The oUal permanent ttandin the Cits,)
HAVE constantly on hand an sizes of Patent MetaX
Burial Cases, which they Una aud put np alr-hvht,
in the best manner Also, all kinds 0 Woott aa Bala
Covered CofSns, whkh tbey sell at a fair price.
Orders fron the couctry promptly attended to. Fur
niture made and repaired, and Upholstering danr.
FRENCH, GERMAN, BRITISH AND IRISH
Pit E. REILLT it CO., so long known at th: corner1
of Royal and Canal street, beg to say they have re 1
moved to their Urge new store No. US Canal street, be-,
tween Royal and Bourbon streets known as Touro Bstld-'
lngs, sign of the Golden Flax, where their ample rvotal
and resident buyer in Europe, will enable them t lecp
(the year round) a complete stock la every depirtrvHBt.
Also a full line of PLANTATION GOODS of Ita best;
Combined with the above, tbey will keep at the oUi
stand, corner Royal and Canal streets, under th.n&testt
Embroidery and Laca Store,
A complete stock ot
XJUIES" DRE53 TRIMMINGS,
EMBROIDERIES. " t
And Ladies'; and Gentlemen's FURNISHING GOODS,"
tn salt the Ceamry Merchant as well as the csntrtmer.
This latter is a class of h;nso heretofore unknown Is this
market. P. Jl E. REILLT it. CO.. ;
126 Canal street, between Royal and Bourbon streetaj
epl9-6m Teure Baildinge, sign of the Gol len Flex.
aa mi, tiiutiijv JCrt tiALJfc
5 MADAME JULIE CRERAR.wiU open her Dane-
4 ing Classes, for lb winter season, at the Higktcw
9 er Hall, on Saturday, November 1, 1S5S, whrn aba
will teach all the most new and f aaMcEabia Dance
taught by her tor six years past.
Madame Crerar will give her scholars a Fancy Dress
Ball every two weeks, and also a Quadrille Party every
Ladses and gentlemen wlshins to have Fanev Urease..
Costumes, and Theatrical Dresses mad to order, cr Hire,
can call at Madam Crerar residence, Hlghtower Dall
Ladles' Class, Thursdays and. Saturdays, from StJt
Gentlemens' Class. Tuesdays. ThnradaTs and sK.
days, from 7 to 9 r. M.
Ladles' Class; $8 tor twelve Lessons. Gtaftanea
Night Class. S3 far twelve leitom. iniT,n,.:p.'ii.
Farty TJcktU for the leitos, BcT2-im,
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