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Plantation and Accrues fur bale.
Till; subscriber, living in ay-vv
ett coesty, Tennessee, a boot f onr 3r
miles (oath of Hickory Wytbe.'TL
and nve northwest e-f Macon, will '
ieil to M highest bidder, oa toe
25th of February Next,
Are 1 and red acres of esedleBt LAND, bring the tract oa
whicu T now reside ; 360 acre eteared and in floe cute of
cum .-at ton.
Improvement consist a; a substantial new two-story
Frat e Dwelling, Ota Hons", Press, and ail the necrssan
out I oases, a most excellent well of water, good orchard
oi peaeaet. appies, pumh im various other traits.
Ab-o. fifteen NBGROB?. ef an sexes and aces M en
TTott-n. Girl and Children am) at the raise time and
I-ltct all the Com. Bleeder and Oats, nones , Mu'.ei. CaU
lie a in MojK, uarts, wagons. Oxen, and all and every
pea -j er ptepeny est ine liantatton, iselBeing about 16,.
000 1 oondt ef flaest oiulItT BACON.
Tehhc Oae-thlrd mvchase raeaer for Land dae serf
S5.h Deeenbjr. tfee baluioe in one and two years from
mat use, is csjaaj satxaimrntt. Nesrrees and aH othei
prop- rt will be sold on a credit to 251 December, lor all
sum - orer $10; that asm, and nnder, cah.
Pe-soi wtsaiag to examine the premises will call oa
sne tne place, or my son, I. F. Dapree.
-dawtdt H. DUPREK,
XZf Baqulrer copy and sena bin to B. KeW k Bro.
Valnal)le I,:iri(I ror Sale.
I OFFER for sale a valuable tranter Un.
3 Stated is Fayette sad Haywood oeaatlet, nnUMn;
f- about 1300 acres, beisg tbe tract of Land on wbKb
l.B B. DeGraff-nr. id resided at too time of hU
deat i Tee Land will be divided to snit purchasers. It
lttruttea near the Memphis and Ohio Railroad, and is
rega am as equal w any tract of tbe stse la Favttte
Fun-baser are invited to cose and examine It. Terms of
sat win se liberal. AiUy to me at ray residence in Far.
ette, or to Calvin Jones, or TV. A. Williamson, at Somer-
tuk . H. . DEGRAFFENREID, Executor.
FOR SALE OR REST.
fgy I OFFER for sale or rest, tbe RESIDENCE
lately oecapied by Dr. Bajby, kttnated en the
;)! Baleigh Flans: Road, one-half aiie Bast of tbe
.1 i r.cwy iimws. Toe Residence contains ten no
wiu. anoaco, kitchen, servants' rooms, cistern, well,
ameiehotHe, carrtace house, stables, good garden, an
am; . muaw hi cverKiwes, ax., au in perfect order.
Jsession given 1st Febrcary. Apply to G. B Locke,
FIXE RESIDENCE FOR SALE.
i i utiKItfer tale, on easy terms, the fine reti
denee known at the Hester niaee. be lb vm.
pbisand Germ an town Flank Road, two and oae
. half miles from the city. Ten to twmtv.flv
am s of land will be sold with tbe residence. Apply to
j.. a. w ant or to uoi c V. J1CL,EA. decie-tf
Talualile Farm for Sale.
THE place formely occbbM by Dr. J. H. Fre.
rain. ana more reeentir br rm p rim
Uiniag aboat 3 acres, situted abont oaeUe
. west of the Hernando OMrtBaMe. and a mile
an' a qnarter l rem tne xMpot ef the Xliticstppi and Ten
aetfiee Kail road.
his is a bUUy deslratle location well msBreved,
wit t good bosses, cabtas, stable, cribs, cottoa ytn, gin
T . place win be sold low for cask, or short payments,
.ppuainra to a. i. u&s, jieaapnis, or w. r. osxr,
at Lake Cormorant, Kiss.
II not dispo ed ef before, it wffl be offered at pabllc
OBtCTy, at the Cocrt House door, in tbe town of Hern&s-
co,on au.NDAi,3tn December next, sevll-dawtt
Bernacdo Pre3 copy.
FARM FOR SALE.
A DESIRABLE Coestry Home in Stvobv Co..
16 miiei f rom Keapbis. and 1 V mile, fran nor.
maatawnDepotenibeafempfais and Charleston
Bailrosd. and Plankroad. and Wtwera ;kAih.
Jfslt Hirh School and Forest Hill Instttate. There are
104 acres of Land in tbe tract, of wbKb 79 acres are
elea -rJ, and 35 acres of good timber. It has en it com
fort able dwellings, an orchard of Appies, Peaches and
Flaras, and sever-fainac well of good freestone water. A
per ect title Flvea, and payments made easy. Persons at
adj.taaeeoangotany iatormaUon they may recjaire, by
writug to tb nnoVrsigsed at Germantown, Team, or to
6. B. Locke, Memphis.
t-dawtf P. EERXDOK.
THE sstscriber offers for sale tbe tract or l.txl
on which is now resides, in Havwood ennntv
Tennessee, throagh which tbe Memphi. and Ohio
Aaursaa passes, sue tract cenUin. mhnnt b.
the tsand. acres. The improvements consitt of a ftae
itbm aweuing, wit tea rooms, necro qnarters, gm
hocse. tUbies, a toe steam and grist mill, good orchards,
and a 1 the necessary improvements for a Ian farm or
can oe ceavemenity armed into several small ones. For
xtea mans, fertility or soil this place is nnsnrpassed by
any in iheconntry. For farther sarticaiars apply to the
d-cJO-dawtf THOS. SHAPAKD.
AE.L KIGHT !
I HATE two hnadred acres of Land T tritk .
i sell or rent, eiehten raik-s from Memnki. m.
,half amtte from tbe jfemphis and Charleston
. Railroad, and ad minis r Col . Nv a . ..h-
bor i i both as reearas society aae scboo:s. Any one
wis t. .ng to bay sacs a place, or rent it, weald do well to
see or address the andersigned at O ive Branch. DeSoto
couatv. Miss. TT. L. COOFWOOD.
A Bargaiu to be had in Lauds.
I MILL sell the tract of Land oa wMeh I Uve. in Tip
pah ceasty. Miss., six miles wst of Ripley, on
Tlrah river, (or creek,) coatalnmc Bight nandred Acres,
five hundred of the very best creek bottom and the bal
ance second bottom and axdud. There are about one ban
dtl axes cleared, and In a an state sf caltivatiec.
The improvements are good and new, ooaiftiac of a
Dwdlmg hoace, asd all necessary oat hoases. The above
tra t or land, I have no hef Hancy ia saying, u one of tbe
bes- in North Mississippi for raising Cotton, CV-n or
Stoc. as the raace is flee both TTinler xnH Snmnvr
For particulars about the sHce, i refer to Davidson, Ellis
, , '"hui " . xwHapoon, jupiey, aiiss.; w
C. Pepiis, HoDy Springs, or to myself on the premises,
J. J. PBGUIS.
I OFFER for sale Uw uaet of land en which I
anew resMe, for flfieea dollars aer acre, three
BBrarra cieareu, ooe naaarea ana rortr-Aevec
.timbered, lying eight miles above Gallagher anrf
muea or snerey uepot, good dwelling hease, gin
horse, and another secessary out ton res. I will take
sit dollars per acre Also. (S0 acres adjoining the
mii ira, ibv acres ceare4, the bateBce well time-red.
wltx.Biwomileaof theeaid D-p-jt. Persons wubiafto
wiuao weu ia can soon ana buy a bsraata.
o T VEOTDIIVir
IiOier of the above farms can be had, payable when
At oKruauui is eimea, who any per ceet asoed. .
a-ptS-tf S x. yr.
The Best in the World
CAN be doae ay those who wish to tM rrl.it.
CHy Property, ar baadsoan Oeantry Xesidetwes
intbesnbarbs. Oasome f the letter cob be
-had a Sue Resilience, roadv br wvumiii
Ter Bt liberal, and title sood. Apply to
Jtl"-tf CHARLB3 D. McLKAN
A HOUSE aad LOT. between ltiim rf
Ccsrt streets. Bear theMemobis and rtirWi
-Railroad Depot, coatainir.r seven roams.
ALSO, thirteen acres of ground, wiUiin 1 a miles of
Oo--t S-iaire. with fair improvemeau en :hesame.
Pesf s ion o! either given immediately Apo":y to
oeM-tf GEO. DIXON,
Nortsxss -T.rar of Court Sqaare.
I DUgrRE to rent eat for the ensniac vear a
small firm ef eighty acres. Ivioc two miles i ran
Oosn Sqaare. Tata pteee has a boot sixty acres
.cleared. aBd the balaace in taster. MnfH. .
Me raitdeaco with ve rooms, kitchen, ngr hoases, and
all necessary oat h nses, a goad cistern and first rate or
chard, of every variety of f raits. For farther particu
lars apply to
I? or Sale.
I HAVE a email imeroved Dlace for n)e u,r
'i f-pat, on me aornervlUe Flank Raad otnuining
i hm eight acres and a traction. The inmnoni.
consist of a dwelling with foar rooms, kitchen, smoke-
wviuc, .uw.. s un sos-e an new. it is a desira
ble place for those who wish to secure an eligible home in
the vicinity of jtae school, aad a good and healthy
neighborhood. There are subecrxptiens already secared
toorect a fine Academy within lb rre quarters of a mile
ci u. wacc. .ne peace wau ST seM for less than the im.
tcvcekuu osai, ii appucaiKX. be made sooa. Apply to
"W M HBTTON.or
G. B. LOCKE.
AactUaeer and Heal Estate Broker.
A RARE CHAXCE.
I OFFER, for t.l, oa favorable terms and at alow -rice
my PLANTATION of 00 acres of the best quality of
AiMiifiH u uk, ii rcauy aoove oversow. 10
miles west ef Memphis, on the plank road; lee acres of
cmrra mm ano a new ooaoie-irLme House with smt
an, ppij at ue paace lo
PETER LEONARD, or to
lep7-tf DANIEL HUGHES, Memphis.
Trnstee's Sale of Real Estate.
, la pure nance of a Deed of Trust execated tome
mj nm. nmriKlRKVUHWa Rtceard.
ison Haat, dauel on the sixth osvor v.r.
. eighteen haadred and fifty-five, and dnlv renilt
lathe Register's oQce of the county of Shelby, and Slate
ei acuucskv, ai ovn jo. iv, paati jm, il, , and 16S en
Ma -ch 21st. 1866, 1 wOi proceed to sll for eah, at public
sale, in front of O B Locke's Auction Hoase, east side
oi jKaio siveei, juerapnu, iennessee, at 11 o'clock bo
OAi..n&'A., .ov vi inuuj,A. 1. 1907. the fol'
Xiot olT CrroTataaca,
wit'i tbe Improvements thereee, le wit: Beginaiae at t
i arfi a.
ataxe on the east side ef Bayborn street, at K. T. Avetys
(now R A. Parker's) soothwet coraer; thence, south
with said street four hundred feet and nix inches tQQH
tA) to a stake; i hence east seven handred and stxty-oae
jeei ana six iwses toi lecsj w a asose on j'aik's ave
rif ; thence north with said avenue foar haadred feet and
tlx inches (WOK feet) to a stake at tbe Mid W T. Avery's
sow a. a rariers; soetnean corner; inence with said
w. T Avery s (now a. ji 1'arior-s; soath line, west
seT jh hundred aad sixty-one teet and six inches ptl
feet ) to tee beetitnteg, eootateing 'seven acres (7 aceek):
beii.g tte north naif of Lot No. 169, laid of! by Willonxh
tty Williams, seats f and sear the city of M- aphis, aad
the same that was deeded to Win Joyner fey H L. Guioa
on 1 be 3d dy of April, 1S69. aad registered in the Reais
trs eface of Shelby coaaty, Tenn., in Book 16, pages Xo
IM and 305, on the 7th day of May, 1663, asd alo dxaed
by Wat Joyner to Wm. Richardson Hant, rn tbe 6th of
January 1SSI, and by said Hunt deeded to Wm. Walker.
Tbe title to tbe above properly is aadlspated. bat 1
convey only such title as in vested in xao as Trastee
qttty of rtdeoptivn is waived by the terms sr the Deed
.Trust. J. D. WILLIAMS, Trastee.
Memphis, January 16th, IB67-Janlltds
STOLEN from the residence of
inilTtnir 16 miles south of HoUr Sprisgt, oa Friday
ZZ2lgbt, January M. one SOB. RET. Knur
27. eye, suae m taw faae,aag
xnane aixfforetoy, newly .bod aU ronnd, braadedonaae
ef the fere shoalaers tetters not i4ain a sataral pacer
If the horse be returned to me at Wyatt, Miss., the above
reward wm be paid An- information concerning him
Trtl be thankfully received aad liberally rewarded
Si "wto" Jia" C' ,S57- J - C KINER.
fJL It ANA WAT from the sabsctfber. on the lath sf
tat iiiu, mi.imnjjji, AicHAjiD and HAM
Richard is of dark, copper color, aboa- tblrty-flve
1 c; " oeiween tne map Bitters
y a nsreg, ana aaotaer Below the knee. One
Boe u Bceom uf rtwamausR, renaerisg him knoek-
-bbwb. ai ii iim iwenty.aue years of age, weighs
n..i:g au, MB an laipraitent in speech.
:.- ; iw, to Exprm (iimsetf when
hartatr saekes to. Forehead low, of Sift eamxa
soir. Oh bandied doHars will be paid to aar n-tm
leKvertsg them te me, Nvteg near Moraisc San, flaetly
aouBly Tobh., erfifi iljgiri y caafinedinJaHaoihatl
aaneetfhem. ' D. JXltD.
Christmas, 185G. ::::::: New Ycai. 1857.
D. KAUFMAN & BROTHER,
No. 10, : : PBOKT BOW. : : 2Jb. 10,
TT1VE on hand a most extensive assortment of Fash
H kmaWe Clothing for VtnUr n?e, suitable for the
exqniEite, the baainef s man and farmer.
ALSO, a large stock of STAPLE DRY GOODS, Fur
nishing Goods, Gnss, Flstoif, &c.
Furthermore, Gold, Silver and Plated "Watches, both at
wholesale or retail.
Ho charge mads for showing their Goods.
J. SFlTET n. C. CXA.&SB,
irnOLEJALE A!tD KETAZI. DSAIXBS XV
GESTIiEMEIi'S AND BOYS
Sole Leather Trunks and Carpet Bags,
23 3IAI.N STREET,
Union Block, Opposite Court Sqnwe.
OUR terms are cash, which enables ns to sell at the
lowest prices. "We reipectfolly solicit a call from all
In wast of doming. taaySo-dxirly
MASWACTUStERS OF MESS'
ASD WHOLESALE DEALERS IS
Staple and Domestic Dry Goods,
BOOTS, SHOES AXD PLAXTERS' GOODS,
OUR facilities this year being of sich a natara we are
enabled to oftr onr Fall and 'Winter stock, which is
BBusaally large, to the trade and citizens gesei ally at
tbe very lowest rates. Country Merchants and Hirer
risen in parucnlar are earnestly requested to caa ana
exasuas our stock before purchasing elsewhere.
SIMON SKKSSKL. S3 Froat Raw,
Corner Jefierson-st., under Commercial Hotel,
KEff FAtXi AXD WEVTER
WE are now in receipt of ourentire FALL and WIN
TER STOCK OF CLOTHING, manufactured by ocx
own order expres'-iy for this MAKKET. and in rotatef
ityle, vutfenel and verkmnnjhip, cannot be scrpatsrd
by any HODSK IB the Unit (4 St it a, and to which we
respectluHy invite tbe attention of
The Ragland Overcoat: .FretKh Cassicaere basKiesi
Catalociia ' I am w. plain or f aaty ;
Talmas; :Frence Doutu Haled OatsL
Cleak Coats, in varsoss ma-; mere Fxnt. plain et f anew
teriali ; Freoch ikmale JUastie caul
Deveasbire Eersey Sacks and mere Pants. so'id :
Overcoats; buna' ium .miii uasii-
Avalanche Goats ; iter "
Lamb Skin Sacks and Cata- Stee! and Oiferd VlxedCas-
Srperflne Black Cteth aadiFro red cu STk Telvet
Beaver Dress Overcoats;' esis;
Scperiae Black. Bine awCDUsioad Cut Silk Telvet
Brown Dress Coats; Vests;
Sspernne Black, Bine and Fancy Telvet Tsj's, ser-
Brewn Frock Ceau; style, with rrrry other
Scotch Cassimere, bnsisesei rariety.
BOTS CLOTHING, la all tbe prea ailing stjlti j
Over 600 eaiu of NEGRO CLOTHING ;
BLUE SATINBTT SUITS, for Traders ;
STRONG KERSET SUITS, tor Field Hands)
OVERCOATS for Necroee;
In every grade, shade, size, variety and price ; site Fot
nisaing Goods ; Solid Sole Leather Trunks, Valiic Car
pt Bars, Umbrellas, &e , ke. All we ask is a fair ex
asilsation of our stock and prices.
SFIVET & CLARKE.
Dealers in Clothing at MTjolefale and RetaU, No. Si J
Main street. Union Block, opposite Court Sen are, Mem
phis. Tens. ccf-dawm
187 JVrA.XJCT ST.,
Under the IVorsliam House.
THE sabscriber begs leave to anncancs to hiscuitoa:
ers and the citicens of Memphis that he has return
ed from New Tork with a full assortment f most spies
did Good, which he is prepared to make up for cah on
faor notic. ep6-ly
TlX AXU SI. ATE KOOFIAG
snFEBCEDED nr THE USE OP
WEST'S PATENT GALVANIC CE3IEXT.
THIS Cement, by its non-conduction and galvanism,
prevents metal roofs from rusting asd unsolderlnr :
add resists tbe extremes o; beat acd cold better than
anything sver invented for entirt roofs, or for coverine
ever old shingles or metal roofs of aaykisd. The weight
heretofore attached to cement roofs is avoided by the use
of this material, it being mucb lighter tbas tin or shin
gles. It is adapted to all kinds of bouses, flat or steep
rovl?. 113 appearance ia ute aur, ueauiixui all IB for
taericn paiaco or me namne cottage.
The oaJerslsnea, having secured the right to the
State of Tennessee, to now prepared to cover eld or new
roots cf any description, or to repair eM roofs that leak
around chimneyi, .ky-lichts. battlements, he, at short
est notice i ana win aiso sen rtgnis to terrritories, by
souirivi whih, ga loHiinc irruu. ine atientMn
of architects, bandars, asd the puMie generally, is invi
ted to this Roofing, at something better than asytbisg
before known, for cheapness and durability, it being flic
W. 5. BENNETT. Proprietor.
OSes In J. L. Morgan's Arcbiectural Rooms, No. 10
Walker's block, Memphis, Tennessee, where samples may
oe seen, or aaeress .box uot post erore.
Of the many testimonials I have, I will here submit
cut one :
To Whom it may Concorn.
ThUli tocemfy that I have had West's Patent Gal.
v-iiic Cement pot apuo a root at my store, which hereto-
io leaxea Baciy; out since the application of tbia Ce
ment it has been, perftcay water-proof. I can rmrni.
mend it to tbe public for all rooflsg purposes, and belters
it to be a permanent axtare against fire asd water.
JAMBS BOYD, No. 172 Main-it,
Memphis, jniy is, ism.
Havtag examined samplta e-f West's Patent Galvanic
uement for noeasg, ana savtas a tnowiedgeof tbe ma
terial aeiasal roofing, we have no hesitation in
saving that we deem said ruofiug one of the best that has
naaer oar obS'rvalioB, asd would ch-erfully re-i-
nd it to tbe public, it being fire and wa'er-nroof.
Signed, John L. Morgan, Architect ; Wm. Crane. Archi
tect am Civil BOKineer ; R. Virgesa, Carpenter; N
a. iirwe s urr;e snnen, juenroe street ; D
uockren, propneur commercial Hotel ; E. A. Benson
Masic Honse, 3se Main street.
Memphis, July IB, 1B66.
Norton, Bradley k. Co.. tinners; S. V. -aatlews: K. n.
ces, uarnara awcam; a. uaHawe; s.T. Mathews
Chas. A. Wheaton ; E. IL Brewster; C. II. Usenkenti
Syracaee. N. T ; Ames Pratt. Master fcteambcat Gtele.
D r t . t; ji n rt . .. .... .
i i. u. vwe, odp i Lira ana nnuoings x.
C. R. R.. Detroit. Michigan; Wm Weils: Hecrv rrhix.
bolta; E. Leland, ttaner, Cleveland. Ohio, D. L. Jooc-
oai a- riro ; Gage. Brother &. Drake. Tremost House
iiap't Public Buildings, Chicago, Illinois. All of the
aoove namea gentlemen, with hosts of other", have nsed
isi Lmeni, ana can testiay as to Its utlllta- asd dura-
im it- a-QSzO-dGcB
WE are agents f er the sale of tb etsove GIN, and
wonW be pleased to supply plasters. "Pe have sam
Plss on hand, and can order any size that may beii'alred.
Testimonials from a samber of good piasters as to tte
saperisr oaality of these Gins, can be f crslshiel. Proper
su.i&aiiv. t ii, ua iriun eay.
fWT7-wly STUATTON, KcOAVTTT It CO.
BH virtue of . an iatrrlocatory decree cf the Chancery
Coatt at Ripley, at its December Term, 1S56, 1 will
sell at the Caart Heato door, ia the town nf rtuter nn
the FIRST MONDAT in March stxt, One Hundred .Urea
oi lai a ia ibs its uivu listrtct of Laaderdale couatr.
tjliUH-i.. I. 1 V, t-. , . , . r. 11 .
-. p. w .I- m v.vri " . lerms cass.
J"'"" nm H. K1CUARD5QK. O. it M.
TT.QPATJTTO TTTVyTTT' AT TI Southern country,
J- -CX JJ Jf X J JJL 1X JLU I . I
' I naaer-lTnea are now ocenisz at their NEW I " .
A. DRUG STORE,
XO. 3T FHOXT ROW,
a general and well selected ar aortmeat ef
Fresh Driig and Medicines,
ucais raaiu, Oi.i, Dte-tcfli, Patent Medmnes.
UMsswareaad Perfamery. wxrrsnte to be fresh and
Si setae, direct f rm New Tork. wi te r ,
commodaung terms. Call aadjadg. for yoarselves. or
caj-iT aiienaoa to.
particnlarly those fren a dutase. ahdth- gooda sent
-iieni aaay. xa-petmcage of on' friends
and thepuMisla Tespeetfally saliciW to oar sewes
abllikmntr a; we feel asesred we can readar satiifae-
u wjo may iavr as wu ta-4riiteni.
Sir ' arf any st sfl aoays.
- nurrnr h YBBrrire
WATT C BlLinrnRii.
DOS Cracibier, Nos. IS to 48:
K Circular Saws. 48 to e laches I
M0 bbls. Newark Cement ;
" Piaster Paris ;
A good stock of Gum Bulling;
Files of a superior quality, all sites 1
French Ban MBl Stem j, aH fires ;
A large lot suserisr Iteliiair i-ut.
sale low at tbe Union Feuodry, Poplar street.
GAYOSO SAVINGS INSTITTJTIOIT,
SAHXGS BASK & EXCHANGE OFFICE,
Ho. 20 iladison Street.
rj,HlsJn,ltat"'. having been orgaabW andera charter
is now ready for bnaiBMi. TV. nir...
rKANKM WHITE, AUG'ST M. FOUTE. Pra't
C J. SKLDKN. E w ivcsr AlVflf
Br tbe charier, married women and childrtn nay dc-
si c uaia in anVn. atrnt inin V I rfa arAa- . ..l.t a .
chaBgeon New Ter and New Orleans.' CoUectlon. nLZ
r- 1- innurii; ITBim.
- ' ... -J .... .
jiraipeis.Tenn., Dee. Jth. ISS6. 1v
Pure Ohio Catawba Brandy.
THE underMgriedhas this day received thirty cases of
A Lyea's prime Ohio Catawba Brandy, and ha.
been appointed sole agents for the sale af this celebrated
Pative Brandy, which is .trongly recoamenSeS by
rktausfor peraons retiring Alcl-bolic stimulants
thVusiKteT'' lrtWe ' U
deein-Sn en A Vrrr pn a. m , ,
.. t jteai,.
Barrfjinfr, Bale Rope and TKin"
p OSTANTLT on hand and for salsby ,TXne,
B. MEHRII V
Refined Sheet and bhred IslDass
CI0R BLANC MANGE, TABLE JELLIEI.8,
1 PTacleftr Oonf.alon.ra, H.mT0'q t
sse. Tabeebtarned. wh J.-'l'.r.0?
flroeer. asd Drart. ttn.hVlb. tJJiSj
tn rr ..
SWAN & GO.'S lO'.TTERTJES.
Capital Prise S5O,000.
THE following Schene will be drawn by S. SWAN &
CO.. Manager of the FORT GAINKS ACAD KMT
LOTTERT, of Georgia, and the SOUTIIEE:N MILITART
ACADEMY LOTTERY, or Alabama, in each of their
Lotteries for February, 1S47.
T be drawn In the City of MOBILE, Alabama, lu
public, sn SAT3RDAT, February 7th, 1657.
To be drawn in the City of Atlanta, Georgia, In public,
on THURSDAT, February 19th, 1837. t
Tj be drawn ia the city of Atlanta, Georgia, In public, cn 1
SATURDAY, Jfebrosrr 23lh, 1S57, on the plan of
3.2CSO JjPxrigiQfs 1
Mora than One Prizq to Every Ten
TniRTF TiiOBSAM) TICKETS !
1 Prlre ef M,00J It $50,000
1 20,000 H... SO fXO
i . ioooo is 10,000
1 9.000 Is 3 000
1 8,0 0 is 8 000
1 7,000 is 7.000
i e ooo u 6,000
1 6,000 1 6 000
I " -iOOOi 4,000
1 " 3 000 Is 3.003
I 2 600 is 2 000
1 1,600 is 1,000
100 ' 100 are 10.000
100 " M are 6,000
4 Pneet f $66 Aprsx'tlsf to $60 090 Frlceare$iC0o
t " 20 " 20 000 "800
4 100 " 10 000 " 400
- 80 " V.OjO " 320
i ' 65 " 8 000 " 260
4 - '-' 7,0CO 240
4 " 65 6.0CO " 220
4 " 60 6,000 " 200
4 " 4S " ,CO0 " ISO
4 " 40 " 3 000 ' 160
4 " 3U " 2 000 " 120
4 " ,25 1,000 " 100
3,600 " 20 are C0,C00
3,260 prizes azaonntlsg to....
Whole Tickets, $10; Harrcs, $5 00;
(ojuarters, cja ao.
. Fit AX OF Tl'JE LOTTERT.
The Nambers from 1 to 39 OC0, corresposdlng with those
Narabars on the Tickets printed on .eparate slips of pa-
por, are endroled with small tin tubes and placed in one
The first 212 Prizes, similarly printed asd encircled, are
placed is another wheel,
The wbes are then revolved, and a number It drawn
from the wheel of numbers, and at ths same time a Prize
it draws from tbe other wheel. The Number aad Prize
drawn out are opened and exhibited to the andience, and
registered by the Commissioners; tbe Prize being placed
against tbe Number drawn. ThLs operation is repeated
until all the 1'rixei are drawn out.
Approximation Phizes. The two preceding asd the
two saccecdlBC Numbers to those drawing the first 12
Prizes will be entitled to ths 43 Approximation Pi ires, ac-
roroiug to tne fcaeme.
53-The 3.000 Prizes of 20 will be deterailaed by the
iat figure of the number that draws tbe 50.000 Prize.
ror example, if taenrsbers drawinz 850.000 Prize etds
with No. 1, thrn all tbe Tickets where the number ends
a 1 wW be entitled to 120. If the Number ends with
No. 2, then all the Tickets where tie cumber ends in 2
will be untitled to S20, and so on to 0.
uerttccaies of Packages wm be soM at the following
rates, wnics is tne risk :
Certificate of Packagaof 10 Whole Ticket $S0 06
" 10 Half " 40 00
" " 16 Qnarter " 20 00
In ordering Tickets or Certificates, enclose tbe money
to our aaares for tne Tickets orderea.on receipt of which
tney win n forwarded by first mail. Purchasers can
Cave Tickets esdias in any figure they may d etcsate.
The list of drawn numbers and oriies will be faiward.
ed to purchasers immediately after the drawinc.
Furcnasers win please write their signatures stain, and
give their Post Offlce, County asd State.
ITS- Kemeraber that every Prize is drawn andrjavable
i mil ntiugut uvuuvilOil.
tj" All Prizes ef $1,000 and tinder, raid lmmedtalelv
after Ihe drawing other Prizes atthsnsnal time nf
sr All commuBleatisBs strictly confidential.
S3" Prize Tickets cashed or renewed In other Tietet.
at either office.
Addres orders for Tickets or Certificates ef Pic kire nf
iium rimer lo
S. SWAN &. CO., Atlaata, Ga., or
S. SWAN. Montgoo'ery. Ala.
COTTON SEED PLANTER!
This engTaying represtnts an Improvement la
aUCHIXES FOR PLAKTKYG COT
TON" AA'D OTHER SEEDS.
Jaranfri bv'J. A STEWART, of KentucH. near
suucneutviue, l tnn.
PatCTliea July 1st, 1S56.
LNUFACTURED bv STItKET k. CO.. corner r See-
MANUFACTURED by STRKET& CO., corner of Sec-
ond ard Poplar streets, Memphis
Orders far T!nnlm wn'nln RTStiCT rvi .i. I
IryGOODLETT. NABKR3 St CO.. No. 47 Front Row.
TERMS $20 00, (hop cost, including the right to use.
raw on caiivery at tne snep. decS-dtf
Premium Cotton Gins.
rpnE attention of Cotton Planters Is retpectmny called
ju lo me aoove annertor ums. mazmfactnred nv E. r!.r.
Ter & Co., Sast Brhlroiattr. Mars. Under a recent im.
provemeni, tne GarvtT ams are regarded as the best now
in general u je ; their sxperiority needs so comments from
ns, as thouasinds are now is successful operation tn the
Ve have on hand Bf tr Gins, embradnr all the different
. "lu norioers oi saws.
Also 10 and. 12 feet e-mTit bolts, washers. Ar. . mm.
an of which we offer to oar friends upon the usual
iiu aaa iinie. airrss GIBSON.
Nos. 1 and 2 Exchange Building,
Memphis, tVtit. 2S 185i tf
WHTTLIEY'S PATEiVT PORTA-
to brilld, 1
ue th '
CLAKK & ATERy
St. Louit, Mo. '
AGET AT MEMPHIS, (fpm
HrUSTm PrepMoeif,i iVrdlr?
coninwdaTei " pu4 Mw PMol. -OUs th at I
E!.wl,hJDe. u Vrchtn Mill, .k, all we ask r
uuymg eisewbr, j- " to examine
us the preference after autb. V think lSytl c?
Isfled our Mills will vxamln.fi.n ?T'" Eire
lnthesamenurabtr . are limber, anrt "i ,"T."e."?-
nowmade - "ours than any otw o!L 'i.
Persons wlt In ,
zaeatMep-,!.,. 2Lto Pnrne MUls wm ...
Corner of Front Row and JVinrL,l..K9T'
as:?:"AD BoUer. bought. ,
-win general. Also n.v o ' . ".anaste
Gasometers, CUterni U Sfe'' Fireproof Sk .
re lt ort,
est notice, ai
WilNETT & WALEf
ON the 1st June, 1856, the firm heretofore existing be
tween F. H. CLARK and A 0. WURZACn was dis
solved by mutual consent. F. n. Clark Is charged with
the settlement .of the business of the late firm of F. H.
Clark i Co. F. n, CLARE.
A. 0. WTJRZBACH.
TheJ'snbscTibers have associated themselves together
under the firm of F. H. CLARE & CO.
F. H. CLARE.
JAS. S. WILEIN3,
OTJR NEW .FIRM.
It affords me pleasure to announce to my friends and
ihe public that I have associated with me my former
asrtner, JAS. S. WILEINS,' and my well-known assis
tant THOS. HILL, undar the familiar style of F. H.
CLARE A CO.
The new firm will start with n efficient force in each
mechanical branch, thf Watch department being under tbe
supcrvL'-nof V' wilkint
3U X lull at all timesof thelatest fashions, asd prices
as lo. is the same quality and typ of goods can be nur-
I am tsaskful for i ua liberal natronace extended to tee
uurisg ray nrieec years' resiiesro la Mempals. and my
iH w ui w tAj uinh lie i"iacsac8,
F. H. CLABE.
VTJR aim has bets to keep pace with our growing city.
vim rurnun tnsse who wast Goods In onr line riih
good articles, and at fair prices. Onr assortment, far
i""i ui nine ii any DeBina our Eastern
cities. It is more extensive this season than ever. Our
leauicg orancnes are, srst
Of wbl i we have every varletv in eeneral an.
together with a large assortment made tn onr
orner, wnicn ror neatness of style andtime-keep-'ise,
are surpassed by none. In onr artment
will be found the Eight Day Watch and the Repeating
umsuoairicr, Eiviug uie iime 10 a minute in the dark,
Our assortment in this important branch Is kept full
by f request receipts of all tbe new stjles, whether of
iorciu wi uouicuuprouamou.
w have made this branch of our business a study for
years, not ouiy posting ourselves with regard to the dif
ferent qualities and merits of the different styles and ma
ters, oat oi tne kinas best suitable to our markst Onr
assornnest, for a number of years, has been larce. to
which we have recently made many additions of our own
importation. We can f smith our customers with SnOT
tiUs from $5 to S200; RIFLES from 410 to $100,
Also, the celebrated SHARPE'S RIFLE.
DERRINGER asd COLT, of all sizes. Also, a fttfl as
sortment of the kinds In general use.
Tea asd Coffee Sets, Pitchers, Goblets, Cups, Castors,
Spoons, Forks, Ladles, with many choke Fancy Articles,
SILVER PLATED GOODS.
Urns, Cattors, Candlesticks, Tea and Coffee Sets, Kperg
nes. Cake and Fruit Baskets, Spoons, Forks, Ladles, Prtcc-
cib,uvuku, n aiicrs, etc., ate.
A full assortment of Pocket and Table, from the best
makers, with a great variety of Fancy Goods.
OTJR MECHANICAL BHANCH.
All kinds of Watch Work dose in ths most faithful
manner. Jewelry repaired, and new made to order.
Plain and Orameuta! ; Seals for Lodges, Courts, &c,
is asy style, Stescel Plates of all sizes.
Prof Eemington, Artist,
Embraces a suit of rooms built expressly for tbe purpose,
and we are prepared to furnish ourcastomera with n-.t
class pictures is all the various styles.
in ouuaing expressly fer our business, we have com
bined every convenience for the diflertst branches, and
greatly reduced our expenses, which, with our facilitier
and the extent ion of our business, enables n tn uii .
asd do work on the meat reanonabU terms. Goods che r
fclly shown and fairly represented, and w invite an
both burets and tbe curious, to drop in without cervjuony
and examise our stoc. We beep open bouse for all
octl6-dawIy p. JH. CLARE k 00.
THE latest and by far tne most Important ImDroro
ment in PbotocraDbr Is the reeentir n.t.,,.,
tura known as the SPIIEREOTTPE, which is not onlv
nsw and unlike any of Its sredecesMiri. hut ,.m 'J
periorto all. The Sphered) pe is proof against time
air asd water, and for richness ef inn ,v J
expression and distinctness has ro equal in fact the 11
luaion Is such that the picture, or image, seems susoeiid
ed in air, estlrely Independent of tbe back ground
Forthls picture we have the exclusive right for Mem
phis Specimens can be feen In our Gallery, where sic
tures are alto taken in the varions style, by our Artl.t
whocomblms the Chemist with the Arii.i Lvi
ties him at all times to produce superior Picinrvs.
F. 11. CIARE Is CO ,
No. I Clark's Marble Block.
PARIS HOUSE COFECTlo"xERK.
Wliolesalc una Welail
r ANDY MANUFACTORY
TtfV nn n -r
tT ? THANKFUL, to his friend. j jt,.
J4Sig??,r tte ,lb'"1 P D,ge extdVd to
.nr:.rr...Tl?9,.0,'"t ' n-orm theatirens
orm the citizens
v. iuLiio ,uu iiauur mat no
hintl 3 tamm ...... . .. -
large assortment rr ti
istan'ly keen on
Claret, r,rt( Madeira, White,
London Purler ' "
bee' inprtei Winei.
Scotch AK tuj
M. L. MOXTEOONICO ! ,
Candy Prannt"'nd ys, an aorimentof stkk
i . . ... wu iianu a ctmil
Olives. French anu V,' "i 1 '"r", aanunes.
beiea Pir.nA m.T J""'aru, sugar in loar ana
a nine, Old Wines, Ginger, Pre-
rn c ' ?ork nJ Boston Presenes, Cat-
rnni Vrtnrni vviwj, vuruisiB. ojrups. jiacca
S?nVher a.thf bMt ,,1T,n Cigars, and a great
for tak verv r?":veODDm?roos 10 nowoffeml
Vt .t7n IV. '""V by wholesale or retaU.
f - -fii-va 01111 r-la-A-kl- n.ii.i. ci . .
aatlen TiZV wort??m " M ty, he
decorating tabrW TfoT pVrts WeddTng. ' f
honor to himself aad sit Uf action to Ws rtstome '
dec?l.tr "ii.T.iua io ms customers.
Manofncturer and TTbolesale Dealer In
JPlain and Fan
CANDIES, CAKES, &f.
No. 220 Main-st, Otld Fetlov i'
. Hall, IHemnUis. Tenn 'S
KEEPS constantly on hand J large assorto' '
and Dry Fruits, Fruits in their own nt of Green
Preserves. Sardines. I-nbster, n .. mire. Jellies.
ters, Pickles, Corduis, Syrnpj, fine Wl ad Pickled Ors
klndsof Nut, it. Brandies, all
In connection with thli ett.ni.v
i superior style an ,n i have fitted up
ice Cream f
expressly for the Ladies. A' CSda-BWan
wnere ice cream Is served frr o. J Gent'ienea oaioon,
m A. M. till 12 P. M.
T? AynTTin tit
JL JCiltr ' xxTfTi 17 G
I'lIELOX & AtlOJli VV vjsxsu,
ne FA Kills, i-rupriciuaj
R THE DEPOT OF THE
.: t- TnnnsseG llttlirouu
i'URERS of Watons, Plows, Drays, Carts,
irrows and Agricultural Implements gener-
ally. Abe a
Casings r f
..k rwr. niimla. Mouldings. Bracnia,
. . 'vtCv,' . i . n 1 1 v n hand for sale, and
DlrH r;i.,wuei" M
of Wood Turning and Sawing dene on the
. TT-- . ! dalnr a general
.uslness, and solicit a call from those Intenclng
is we think we can 0.0 lu.n -u...j. -..
..u.r.,ti.n th.n mnv one else In the city.
.1. ...mini machinery In themrnn.
-J.' .v .J, K-mehoth nractlcsl mechatlcs,
and will do our work better and sell It cheiper
ny other esUMtehment In tha city. To allwe say.
and try ns. We also do Wrougbt-Iron Work of
description make Wrought Shutt.r, for awsa...
All our work is fully guaranueu.
IARIXE AND FIRE INSURANCE CO
Of IVasliTille, Tenn.
CAPITAI., :::::: $150,000
JOSEPH VAULX Frea't A. W. BUTLER, Eecy.
John M Hill. Alex. Alllsos, Thompson Anderson,
James Coney, R, H. Gardner, P. A. Owen,
G. M. Fogg, JeP f.m,
V. B. Alloway, TT. S. Eakin.
MARINE INSURANCE on Cargoes and Freights txiet
.r.vriil Tulicies. Inland Transportation Rltksn.
v.rrfc.ndi. bv steamboats, railroads, or land carriages
also, hazards on rivers and lases to or from ay part of
.V,. rTnlt.,1 !tt.te..
FIRK INSURATTCE on buildings, dwellinc or othH
hsuses, goods in store, furniture, " in uwu ot wmuj.
ri-Negroes insurea against ""."w"'"
J. G. LONSDALE, Agent,
Office Jefferson street, Memshlf .
The Mutual Life Insurance Company.
OF NKVT TORK.
THE rate, adopted by this Company are baaed upon tJ
most correct observations. Policy Mders gat all It UM
ef the Company, as It Is rurely mutual, having no prtftf;
redrorercapttalto Uxsth. first fruiUcf pteaa
yhArlhlnctn.uranceeahlsorherllfa will re
aKrmatlen, together with aeui.lte fcrrn, tl
amlleatlon, by calling on T. G. LONSDALE,
apiai ' 7Agtnt Mutual Life Insurance Company,
ortjj.lv Offlce Jefferson street, McfW,
SAINT JOSEPH'S COLLEGE,
Near Soeserset, Perry Cetmty, 0.
THE Annual Session et this Institution will be re
sumed on thejlrif Mondgg of Stpttmbcr, ISiS.
For Board and Taltlon In English branches, wash-
luff . . I man Jl 1 , . . . '
v. uuumj uuwj ana use or Da and bed
ding, per aanssi .
For Board (as above) with Tuition in Algebra Ge
ometry. Surveying, Book-Eeeplng, Rhetoric, His
tory, and tha use of the Globes...
For Board (as above) with Tuition in the Classic
and Natural Philosophy
For Instructions on Piano, with cie o'f Initru-
UlvukTCI BUUUQ1.. ........ ......
For Instruction on other Instruments"""!"!!"!!!
Stationery, Books, Medicines, when furnished, at.
current rates. '
To tbo.e ho remain at the Institution during a-
eatios, an extra ehargs will be made of
v-a- r. . J. A. KELLY, PrcMdeat.
XiCJfc 0 IU1r J- T Dai,y wnpni, for further
LAGRANGE FEMALE COLIJEGE,
m TIE (Spring ' Session wiU commence WEDNESDAY,
v?,B, Jn,II'S0.NA- M rawest, and Profes.sror
MeBtal and Moral Science and Evidences of OhrUthrrtty.
?SK LJ-N' A' M-' p!OTOf Ancient Lan
guages and French.
rZtLVr. J??yCC) ,X- rtotnwr of BaglHh
Literature and Natural Science.
T. B. JOHNSON, Professor of Pure and Mixed Mai he
matics. .rK- CJS!A?' p-',fmor o' Vocal and Instrumental Mu.
sis, and Teacher on the Harp.
J. EOEIlLER. AssUtant Professor of Music.
Mrs. M. E. JOHNSON. Governess.
-l".,' T XASa Instructress In Tocaland Isstrn
Science and Higher Xngllth Branches
Miss ELLEN M. BARTLETT, Iiut'ructresi In Eaglfab
MissM. A. BENT.Isitructresjln Drawing and ralnt
iag. Mlis M. JOHNSON, Preceptress of the Preparatc ry De
Music on Piano and Guitar, each..
Use of Instrument
Modern Languages, each...,
Drawing and Paint In gi . . . . ,
u.wcmai ill...,,,,.. .
iu.iu,iuuuuS an contingent cxpesses 69 OK
One-half of tbe Board and Tuition matt be paid In ad
vasce; the rtmaisder at the dose of the selon.
B. WINSTf lT,
Jas2S-w3t President Board of TrasKees.
rv,,,?111' MALE ACADEM1 U
mUE next session of thl. institution will cm emeaea
JL MONDAT, Februarv2d. 1R57. .n,l
ADyretk'' niiler the em ot AB;!rR m
TUITION PER SERSinw
incweniai....... ....... ........ ....... . rf
O" No deduction for absence. Tfnt f nni viaiaJ
innesa. ' " " CT
The Trustees are happy to annosnce that thn-h , u.
cured a permanent teacher, and from the known repots
tlon of Mr. Morrill as as Instructor of youth, tl ,ey can
rosfidestly recommend this School to aH who wish to
have their sobs wU and thoroughly taugVU
wprej, caa., janaj-wat P. T. CLASS. Sec'y.
TEWESSEE FEMALE COLLEGE,
TnJ:Vli!!?.ot ,h" lDlt"'Jtlon commences the
FIRST MONDAT. f2J davl f r-.i . i..
pioes are favorable Franklin Ur ne of the most i4ea
ant and healthful towns of th o... v. t. t r
?mRF,B l' Pr"1ient' a full, experienced and
SS?n.-f ?Vef lTChmi ''ae College NJMtoK IsAe
f-i iiFrf V.m' ani'.afflerntr commodious for
iWM?d..aJ,,".tr V?'. Oar motto is thor
ougmsess." Music asd ornamental Branches sbaH
not be neglected. The Bj- n . . i.
rSilr-T1 J!,rs-?nARP k 'wS;-iiMj:
Sr!?.'j. . ClrroUr D i other particulars, addrasstte
President, or JOUK MARSHALL.
SOMERVIL1 ,E MALE ACADEiiIV,
Wl. openon J ONDAT, the 2d of February, ia the
Isg has betn espor ially adapted. Is its interior construc
tion and arrancer i. ,l,t. .1 mottt
taste, .nd to the requirements of this school, and wiM bo
luraisnea with the most Improved school faraitare,
(tingle desks r chairs,) and ether edosatfoeal appli-
aBCSS. For InJ .rmtlnn MnlithIrlliriiul
. R. M. MOORS,
Jan20--J,3; . Somervllle. TBB.
C0LLIE51FILLE FE3IALE COLLEGE,
Incorporated in 1850.
THE feu rlli Session- will begin tbe SECOND DAT oj
FEBR HART, ana' continue twenty-one weeks.
JL:'. n cxxAty .
H. BErNNETT. A.M.. M. D . President. Asersat
Mrs. E. BE NNETT, Govsrnesi. Tocal andlBttraaWBtal
MtjMATirjl KOEN, Y.. L. M., English LlteratBf.
J. B. ST AM PS, Stewanl.
Ttrmtr P uable f f he Close of Each SettUn
Primary De.jiar tment..... $19 M
Arad"Tnle 16 68
Music, with u se a' Initrlment K en
Incident.i Ta: t 1 ea
Board, i-jdudi n;all cnntlugrnt expenses per moath 8 to
No e-itra cl arc for And 5St Languages.
StU(esU ch arged from tlsi e of inatrHroJatlnj to cloie of
session, and i io deduction ex wpt for protracted illncs.
The PresW -nt and Lady bo; ird in College, where all pu
pils can b I ccoinmodated. janl-w3
t3m En ju irer copy
OolJierville Ms-.le Academy.
rTiniRD 3J!SSI0N begins F1TT1I f JANUART, and
jl rntit tees twenty-one weel-.
r.VWPS, Pinapil. Snalnh.
TTON. A. M., Ancient Languagss.
J. B. S
Tr.KMS, DUE ATCLOSI Or SESSION.
phy. Reading and Writin g
Sraauuar, Gozraphy and Arithmetic
ry, Chealstry, Astronoo iy, &c
tecs and Ancient Langaages...
.. ie o
.. It M
.. 2 00
clndiTlgvll cent iEgejiteipens's per laeoth 9 0U
bi chart,'rd from time cf mitriealslinir to ctoee
a. and so deduction exce pt for protrasted Illness.
Tnr , Tadersicned w inkl rtsps etf ally inform tbe pab
T jfhat h; has tak'ia ehargi of tbe Male School near
l"re! Jjjn .vmlcary, 'here he hopes by cnrtml'tlnc at-
" int io''. eduilesot 1 us protection 10 msrn a sbmu
h 'tf ia public patrt nags. Ti a thorough OoUeglate
fdr MXion. inoaeor the first Collegjs of our land, he
0,1 itu a large axpeiUnee as teacher ef youth. Tng
m will be thoroughly t ted for College, or tbe attire
aoflife. Good board can ha had in respectable pri-
ate. families at eight dollat per month. Tbe plaoe is ot
ronv tnient access, being on tha Use of the Memphis and
Chai leston Railroad. Studtvits win luavf ths cars at
'ore st Hill Station, where thry will reaa,tly Hud ths
seha ilby Inquiring at the Fcmalo Seminary.
JAMES VOORILEES, Principal,
ifi 'ferencti Rev. B. Miller, Priaslpal Female Semlaa
arj at Forest Hill; Ti. Owen, B. Cash, V. Baugnss M.
Nev die, E W. Kinney, W. T. Battle, S. JUid. J. VangU,
J. B )gos, S. A. Meacbatn, Mr. Celdwall asd B. Owes.
iiURSIIALL FE3IALE IXSTITDTE.
T TM 'E Fall Session of the Marshall Female Instltnte
A vlllopenoa MONDAT, the 15th Sptembr next,
siidrr the goversaicst of Re v S. W. SPEKR.D.D., Presi
dent, 1 frs. A. B SFEER, Preceptress, assisted by able
and 1x1 lerienced teachers.
Th t Lioardof Initructior. Is cot jet foil. The President
will irLogwith him from Natchez Prolessera of Mathe
mati cs and Music, who h ave been associated with aim
for a stunner 01 years in inai city.
Tb e puoltc are assured, mat every oeparuaeni win urn
flHe. I with teachers equal to any in the c nntry, tnat every
eSot twill be made to con tlRue the Institute in the high
cosi lion it has Ion: occupied, and that no means will do
spal xd ta anoruiu jvuiiz ladies ever lActntj iui Bvqoii-
lng a prciounu auu an 3tccoinpiiuru ru uidircii.
T. lecommouious ami exceueni ouimms uow iupnM7i
of ( rcction will certain ly be reauy in every respect lor me
rect ptlos of pupils or tne openisg ot tne session.
D r. Speer is now in tne eastern cmes mruunioK mo
Inst Itute with Furnlt ure, Apparatus asd Musical Instru
men fs, allot which will be of the best style and finish.
K. ICCS OI noaru BUU Aaifciuu peieMiuu uic baiuc u ibb.
seasi d.q. T U '
Tultloi 1 in Literary Department from $12 to $20 00
Music, with use of instrument so uu
Board, per inonin -
No gentlcbtin could come more satisfactorily recora
mendol than Or. Speer, as an able instructor, a thorough
scholar, and a asuiiui uiscipunanan. ousiamta ipjoki
getlo, zealous a nd Industrious teachers, and by in intelli
gent and enter arising Board of Trustees, the PrlsciBal
bopeitehaveM'noool worthy of general confidence and
extensive patron tge. An appeal 11 made to the former
friends and patrol w of "old Marshall, asd to the pub
lic generally, for a liberal support
J. J. STEGER.
TifUtf unbyN. Raglasd.cn the 9th day ef
.December, 15. a BLACK nORSE, eight lears
fold, liK Rase highTleft hind foot white, asd
a few grey nairs iu uu ioi.uu ibm 11
fifty aollars. Stia Ultiaim itouci iu iucuuiuhub.
trlct seven mJe, Southeast ot Memphis.
T.ken up by Thomas Hnleman. on theSSth dayof De
cember. 1S5S, a BAT MARE TONET, five years old, foar
feet seven or eight inches high, no siatks or brasd, per
ceivable; valued at thirty dollars. SaldHoteman reside
In the 12th Civil DUtilct, about eight miles from Mem-
PbTakenupbyS P. Grerorv.on th 3d day cf January,
1S57 a BLOOD BAT HORSE MULE, about three years
old twelve or thirteen handi high, has been reached and
trlmn-e sometime since, has collar msrks and shoe on
left fore-foot ; valued at one hundred dollars. Said Sre
rory resides in the 8th Civil Distrist, Wn miles East of
Taken" npoy Robert Churehwril, en the 9th dayof Jan
uary 1857 a LIGHT SORREL HORSE, about fourteen
hand's hU Ii, ha, a scar on his right hind fort, and a white
not on his noiej rained at fortv-flve dollars. SaM
Cnurchwell resides In tha ta ClTll District, nine miles
Northwest from Raleigh. mn.
A. S THOMAS,
janlJ-wlt Banger Shelby county.
GENERAL COLLECTING AGENCY.
FROM and after the flni of January, JS57, the asder
, lgsed offers his services to tbe Merchants, Mechan
ics and Frofesslosal Men of Memphis, as a Collector of
Notes and Atcousts.
All Paper placed In ray hand wl'l be secured by re
ceipt and endorsement.
Arrangements made wllh business houses by the year
or for a stipulated per cent.
Letters addressed to me through the Post Offlce, or left
at my office. Northwest form r of Main and Adam streets,
up stairs, will receive prompt attention,
d cell-to J. MARSHALL WOODWARD.
Advance oa Cotton in 'JTrauptitu "
TO JLITERPOOL. "
THE undersigned will make liberal cash advances on
Cotton shipped hence to Liverpool via New Orlaas,,
consigned to Messrs. BREWER h. CALDWELL, New
1 crk, for sale there In transitu. ForfnrthctlBformatlon
apply to WM.'n.HULL,
aovl-W Ne. 41 Front Row.
Ci(( BOXESFresh Cheese; rorsaieby . !
eaUU uil ' 8. B. WILLIAMSON.
nAWKS, SMITH & CO.'S BULLETIN.
Sprins Trnclo, 1857
MERCHANTS, PLANTED?, MECHANICS'
LOOK. TO YOUR INTEREST.
MAWKSj SMITH &
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Nos. 301 and 006 Main-st.
ALSO AQESTS TOB
Hcuhig's " Patent Salaoander Safes!
H V r . "" rw,T1 th rea lev portloa of onr
JUL Good for ths SI-RING TKA&M, by recent arrivals
f roai Europa and the Easurn Ottws, we are prepared to
egreator tadueements to tbe MerefaauU, Planters aad
Mechanics of the Southwest than have Mt&ertobeeH of
fered In tttia market, for prouf of which we respectfully
saMttlaclnspectisaof our stock and prices. In view of
'' w aave piacm ourselves in a position to offer such
ladaecmeats to tboie who may visH Memphis for the par
post ot making their ttorcfaav a. as will Ltr th. ro
seekUc; another market, so far at least as our business
is cono.tned. To fully carry oat this object we have made
reTBMBentarrangmBUwith taobest maBafactaren hi
England and in this country, to be regalarly Mrpned
-.u a iuu 01 uww. ta our Hue, aaa whi farnias
those wba may fararua with their orders, with needs at
a low figures as aay house in th cesntry, .South or West.
For the Country Trade.
Boiled and Charcoal Iron Caaliags,
ton. Philadelphia aad Wheel big Nails,
.Hunt's and Coil Ins' axe ead Hatcbets,
Xag, Trace, Stay amt Stretch Caains,
bright and half bright castate Haas,
Caaytsal poliihed riveted -eye Heas,
Oil not and steam bent Haatee,
Hog skis Collars, horse and male,
Cotton, wool aad Jim Crow Cards,
Manilla and Jate Cordage,
Thread and common cotton Rope, ' "'
Ptow Line, Bed Cords, CMaes Uses, ice,
LoBltTiDe, Cincinnati and New Tark SrfWM,
Nova Scatia and llved Griadotuos, ,
Ames' caststeH Sbovei aad Spades,
Rowland's aid Can's S hove! aad Saades,
TaMa asd Packet Cutlery, aH patttA,..
Looks. Latches, Hinges, xc,
Well Whrel and Well Baskets.
Toi ether with every aitlde sailed to the Uaaw at the
caaznry narrviiant. in tne
We have) made tbe best seteeUoas t ma thaBuat aai
anirafacturers of every article aseustry far thaataaMa;
Cotton. Cane and Grab Ilees. -
Oaae Kairea, aad Briar Hook ,
Flow and Wagon Chatas,
Van MUs, Cora Mills, Corn Sheikas,
tXira and Cob Crusbera, Straw Catters.
Hay and Manure Forks, Rakes, Ac,
Grata Cradles, and Scytaea,
Patent aad common Charas,
Hamee, Collars, Suiglatrees, etc..
Pruning Saws ant Chitels,
Garden ImaleaMBts of alt klads, :
Halt k. Soear's wrought and east Plaws,
Allea's 0t tea Flaws aad Seraeers,
Together with a fnll stock of the rcetebiated Avery aad
Lrvingstea & Co. Plows, which have far sovatal yean
past given sach universal satisfaction. Wa are fatty art
pared to keep always ta hand a large stock of these
Plows, together with the extra Points aad Castiac. so a
ta te able to supply our planters with tasra at all Hates.
In toe sehction of oar stock of Goods in the
We have paid most particular attertlon te the interests
of our mechanics. We bare selected sacs, geuda a are
best suited to thai market, aad caa safely gaaraaly satis
faction to all.
Oar stock m this .department la fan aad oaaesete,
Breeawaod'a eoh bratMl liiaan,
U rees wood's Axle. Pulias aad Shatter Fastalags.
Pearl White sod Mineral Khab Lacks aad Latches,
Cie.e ami KJectro-Ilated .
Cottage, Rural and Mortiae " " "
Frrnt and store door " " "
Slktlng door Locks and Furniture.
Sett-sbutt lire; door asd Sate Hinges and Laloaes,
Bolt and Hooks. Nails, Brad. Screws, Jtc.
This departmen:ia oar tnMites! under the ipeefel
sapervision of one of the partners, who km far away
years, ia this city, given it bia carerul atteaOoo, an be
lieving that this branch of our busters reqatres mmra
than ordinary care, both in tbe selection of the gced
and ta filling orders, be is determined to aae bit sett ea
deavors ta keep such goods as than please all ear me
chanics, and will bold every lBdooilBeat te BMlH tlMir
We would ca'lputicubir attention to ear .Meek of Teets,
the qaaltty of all which we can fatty gaaraal, caeBacts
iagin Carpenter's Tools
Union Factory Plaaet, Xales, Kc,
Seear k. jKkaoa's Hand aadPaaaeR Saws,
Bateher's east steel Child aad Files,
Marl Smith it Co.'s Files,
Wet Iter by' Chisel and Draw Knives,
Spirit Level, Rale aad Gaaess ,
Aagere. Anger Bltt Screwdrivers, km.
Peck's Loahvme Betlows,
Newcoatb'i N-w Yirk Brlkiwa,
S dW Bex and Parallel Ttcee,
A nature's Moesehole AnvB,
Coley' warranted Anvits.
Hand and Swdtv Hammer,
BhKkssattb Toagaes, -"
Farrren, Hamaiers, Knires and Piaaars: :
Best Charcoal TIB Plate 1 C,
" " "IX, I (.
" Ijeoded Hoena: Plate 10, -' '
Bar Tin, Speltre. kt.,
Iran Brass aad Capper Wire,
Rett Onaaer, SoKVrlag Iroa, ke ,
Tinned and Braziers Sheet Copper,
Boiled aad Cbnrou.1 Sheet Irea.
Has iaattatlea, Ras. and Oarverottti Tree,
Bar Lead, Rivets, Copper Tacks, ice.
We woaM ateo can tbe attention of Raltrtad aX Levee
Osalraeran to ear stock of
Railroad Barrows, Ante SaeveiH aad Seades,
Boring Machine. Mattocks, Picks, ke.
Bavin; a thorough kaewleda of our haalaass in aH lis
breaches, we are determined to give R ear eatire attea
tloa. and shall attend personally to all the orders, and to
tbe transaction ot eur basiness is every particular, asd
by no doing flatter onrselres 'hat we ran give satisfac
tion. HAWKS, SMITH & CO.,
feel 301 aad 366 Maia-st.
WE rep"etfnlly call your attention to our extensive
Block or Hardware. Cutlery, Guns, French Window
Glass, Nails, Castings, Metals, and all other articles in
oar line salted to the trade ot this sect km ot country
molt ef which has either been im ported by us direct f ram
Karope, or selected from the beat factories in America by
oar partner resident in the Heat.
Tbe recent addition of another store to ear premises.,
enabled a to stabih a convenient
ir.HOLES.lLi: SAMPLE ROOSf.
entirely dtseaecrd from tee retail braeeh of ear trade,
and we feel assured that Merchants will consult their own
Interest by looking into this room aad making their se
lections. None but good and punctual mea seed apply,
unless accompanied with the cash.
LOWNES. ORGILL it CO ,
13 and It Front Rew.
Jb4 New Tork Offlce, 41 Plat t street.
TTTF. have jast received from Ihe Cumberland Rlvr a
t V tell aisortment an heavy sttck ef the
Celebrated ''Stacker" Iron!
Including Wagon and Bandy Tire, Pleach aad Scraper
Slab, assoried Ploagh Moulds, Horse-shoe, Nail-rod,
Reand, Snire, Oval, llall-or.l, Scrap, ke., kc., of every
required dimensions, Also
Warranted BrHews, solid hex (aad ether) Vices, Meas
bol. Anvibi Sledge aad naad Hammers. Smiths' Tongs,
Stocks and Dies. Flat, Square and Octagon Cast Steel
English asd American Blister, German Steel, Borax,
Horse-saiU, Portable Forges, kc, k. Apply to
LOWNES, ORGILL & CO.
Janl t 13 and 11 Front Row
TOST Reeetvcti, heavy shipments of Ploughs, embracing
J various site or "Livingston Countr," amongst which
are several handred ef the celebrated No. 11. Also Doable
MoeM-beard, Seb-soH, niU-side, Harrows, Cultivators,
aBd an endless variety of and necessary Agricultural and
norticnllBral implements for particulars of which, see
our Illustrated Catalsfee, furnished eraflt a our store.
LOWNES, ORGILL it Co.,
i"t 13 and II Front Rew.
Fire - Proof Safes ! !
FACTS SPEAK LOUDER THAN WORDS!!
Tine great fire which broke oat in Warren and Murray
streets, Aew. Tork, ath November last, whete prop-
erly to the amount ot
wa destroyed, several of these Safe's were tested wllh
res alts similar to th following :
New Tore, Nov. 11, IS6S.
Mr. Editor : In tbe fire at No. Warren-street, on
the morning ot the 9th Inst, our most valuable books and
papers were e posed for Zi hours in one ot Stearns 2c
Marvin' Fire-Proof Safes,
We shy Are proof, net because they are io labeled, but
because we have so proved them. Oar books and papers
came oat uninjured, save tbe binding of the books, occa .
sloned by steam,
Onr store was five stories above ground, and two sto
ries below, eeespted frem ceUar to gartet. The intensity
ef the heat caa be attested by any fireman whe witnessed
No furnace could be owtrlved by the ingenuity of xasa
te create a mere intense heat. We voluntarily aire this
tribute te th vaia of the Safes, aad select yoar wMely
circulated commercial journal to inform the mercantile
comrasnlty what estimate te place upon Stearss & Mar
vin's Wilder Patent Salamander Safes.
HAVILAND, BARREL P.I 3 LET,
Ia this cnonexton the Manufacturers write si: "We have
made these Safes over It yea s bave sold over 9 500
Had 915 tested In accidental fires In the United State and
Oauada, and never yet had a customer to lose a doUar- bj
fire from one.or them. We think they hara earned a hfgh
reputation, at they are readily sold here tn preference te
ether Safe atSSJo 60 percent, lets price." A full stock
lent constantly on band by
LOWNES, ORGILL k CO.
Agents for Steams k Marvin.
JLumber JLumber !
I HAVE the largest assortment ot Lumber on hand I
have ever offered, consisting In part of Seasoned Cy
press and Poplar, M, 1, l M and S Inches, wide and dear;
Sills 6x8 and Sxlo; Joice 2x6, SxS, 2x1 a and 2x12; Scant
ling 2x1, 2x5, 2x6, 3x1, III, and 4x6; Weatherboardlsg,
fiheetlnj, Shingles asd Walnut Lumber s hand ; also a
Isxga let cf dressed Tellow Pine Flooring and rough Pop
lar JfleofiSS, Cedjr Pota of all six.
xaru on liauniviaauiu siqe ec iMruire ijbuquib.
InnlS-dlwawlv M-K. COCHRAN.
. Smoitem, Attention!
.TmTreceiTfiLlSO.OOO Cigar's- railzlci: In nrice from
'J $10 to filff a thousand, by '
- All Ui VlAa
CLEAVES k J5UI0N bait now ready fer the aperoaeh
ingnolldays a large and varied assortment of fin
H? ,,iI5rJrUcie O'.coninunglnpartof a below:
Robert' Trivets m th HeryLasd; 6 vols. 4Ur.. Turkey
Morocco, Antique stjb).
The Sprctatar ; 8 vets., fall calf, Enzltih style.
Cooper's Novell ; S3 vols., half ea!f, Kagltea atyle.
Everett's Orattea and Speeches; S vols., tuU calf. An
tique, red edges.
Dr. Syntax's Tour; 3 vols., rail calf, gnat back. Try
The Works ef th Rav. Richard Hooker; fuB calf. Xsg
Ush style. '
Burke Works ; 8 vets., faB calf, English stTle.
Lor ChesierfleM's Werks; 6 ve.., faU elf, Xniltih
Ferry' Expedition to Jspan, campHed by Francis L.
Haws, I. L.D., fiBeiy Hiastrateft, tn half calf, Turkey
Morses, full gilt, aad other style.
The MaMlaiae quarto, virions styles.
Spark' Life and Writings f Washing tee ; 1J veil., fcalf
calf, Bagltoh styl.
7aii.-.ui ibb nniaii oi arraaajsa, io veu., aaix i
BoswvlF Life of Dr. Samuet Jeastea, L.L.D.; la ten
vet., fell calf, Laadea editiea.
The Works ot Oliver Gseseaith, wHh LU and Xetei, In
4 vols., fal calf, London edUlea.
Hazlett's Life of Saakspeare, tn t vols., half calf, Les-
Miss Aasten's Novels; S vols, fait calf, London, Beatify
Addison's Works, S vols , glH bask.
The IaoMthv's Legends, by Rev. R. H. Barham ; 3 vula.,
half calf, marbled edges, Uentlej'a edHtoa.
Lamb's Dramatic Poet, 2 vets., full calf, Laadea edition.
Shetley'i Basays, 2 sola., full calf, London, Mexeai' edi-
The Work of Charles Lamb, 4 vers., full calf, Lonleo,
Tha Wei ks f Btthep Batter, la bve vets., full calf.
BOerl Haatarai, 2 vU., half calf.
Dicken's Works, 6 vols, halt cif Antique.
Hood' Own, fan calf, Laadea, Maxem tdUlea.
Reliia' Aaeteat History, 4 vet., Tsrkty Mfieo, An-
Gsllety of ForiraK with Memoirs;?veI., faH ealf,gBt
Lodge's Fortran, 19 vols., half Tar key Mera'e, rare,
lceaographlc EzK-rc-.opedta, 6 vet., Tarkey Mereeco, tsl
Shaw's Dree aad DeexaUea ef the Middle Ast
Tae Penny Cydopedta, 38 vets., royal octave, half heaad
In K Bests leather.
Diamead Mttea, boand in Tarkey Msrscro, ABtbrae
style ef the feaawto(C Pe -U : Bante, Taste, Chau
cer, Seeacer, Saakteeare, Dtydea, Cewser, MiHea.
Pope, Scott. Ban, Kbke,Whlte,UiBaiaB4ethrs.
Tine Octave Btlirleas ft saaw style as abeve.ef Thesuea,
Saeasteae, MMtea. Oawaer. Seathey, Pepe, Bars.
Shakseeare, Bjaea, Sectt, Msen, Hezaass, and as
Mhs Stncklaad's Qaeeas ef Engtaad; 1 Tel., Tarkey Me-
The Republican Court ; aaaae style.
AadnmoP's Birds et Aaeriea ; 7 vols., sazee style.
AudaaMA's and Bacasaan'sOaaeraped ef Nertti Atseri
ica;3 vol... the same stele.
LsrdMaboD's History of Sagtaad, In 7 vols., faKcalf,
T endn fiaaiuii.
Macautay's History of Eagtaadj 1 vela., half calf, Lon-
doa, LoBgaiB'( edtMoB.
Preocot' Werka ; half calf, Aatteae style.
CoterMxe1 do de de
Chalater's Peethaawas Work; half catf, AnUaa stjle.
Haaaah Moare'a Works; half calf, Anttaue style.
Mies Bdgewerth' do d do
Mrs. Sherwood's 'do do da
Baacreft's United States ; 6 vol., halt calf, guilt back.
Theer' French Kevotatioa ; 4 vets., half calf, gat baek.
Reefs Geographical Dtctleeary ; 12 vets., faH calf, Eag-
Irriag'i Works; IS vets., half Tat key, Aatfcis style.
Rkh Papier Macae piaia asd Inlaid Writiiig Desks t, II,
Rih Papier Maahe New Style Regast, very haadsemely
Rich Rapier Xache Envelope Boxes, in great variety.
Rich Papier Mache Wore Boxes, in great variety.
Rich Papier Mecae Jewel Boxes, de de
Rich Papier Mache Pott Folia, do do
Rich Papier Mache lak Stands. de do
Ladies' Caba ef Turkey Morecc, Russia Leather, Gene a
Ladies' Cemaaaloa, la a variety ef stjles.
Saperh Oraaola Jewel Bex.
Ladies' Traveling Bags, several varieties.
New Freaeh stele Ladies' Telvet Base asd Pert Monies,
French Wkker Lined Work Baskets, eattrtty sew styles.
aw styles irreeaei set, ran aen oavaean holders.
Sets Rhode k Sooa' Sctor, ia caae.
Freaeh Packet Sctuer, sosethtag new.
Paper Knives, Use carved Ivory, rri asd Silver, era
xacBted A treat variety ef ether article, toe numerous to mea-
tioa. Give as a caB, ak we de Bet deaht we ahaH be ahic
te sait tae taste et the most fastkiloaB.
ds17-daw Kb 3U Main street.
Webster's Private Correspondence,
WITH AeteMegrapey aad Perseaal ReraiDiFceBces,
eeotalalBc; ab a IHg eatiHal aetiee ef BsekM
Wetxter. Twovei See.
A new LUe at Saateaeraehl, by William W. Wriiett ;
Caaterbary Tale, ay Harriet I, in twa velaaaes :
The Miter, RieketlraHack, aad the Peer Geathataa ;
Three Tbbm it eae veiaoai by Heatdrick Ceaaaecteace ;
Poems of Heary Wadsworth Ingfellew can pom ia twa
The Castaway ; er, tbe Advntares ef a Faatty m the
The Flay-Dir Book, New Stenee fer Little Fefta, by Faa-
ay rvra ,
CheatlOer, A laaaktgivlae; Story et the Peahedy Faati-
iv, ay I'evnettas Mathews, with HlastratloB, by
Oar Graadanotaer'a Stories, and Auat Kate' Flriseie
MManrzes. Jut receivtd ana ror sai by
Jaa41-daw CLEATB3 k GUION.
THE Hlttery and Receresof the Rteabaat Clab; cra
ailed from Autheatie DocameBts aew la the poases-
sleaef the Toolosical Society, by Me, Kaight RussOck-
M. D., aad Me, Q. K. Phisasder Dstktf, p. B
This beiac the veritaM aad veracieae histery at the
reiatjs and mkMoings ef the BlevhaBt Clab. With tbe
mtaate and pwtlealar narralive ef what they did. Te
which is atkfc'l a cempirx aad elaeerat deecnetioa ef
waat taey dH'nt . coataiaiai:, also, tbe exultant record
of their atemorabi success in eventually obtaiola; each
ad every eae. A steal of th eat ire and unammeratHl
AatnoJ, from the prHMtlvehBir ta his atteaaated bfb-
bcw te th last link of Ms M inasetriral tail.
Tae Humors of ratcoobndtr : A Cettecriea ef Hazaer-
eat and Bvery Day Scene Bv Johnataaa F. Kelley.
La Nsatti; or. Sxnleratiuits aad Dicovesl! ilariac
Foar Teara Waaderiag in ti.e Wild ot SoetawesterB
Africa, with suce-roes ISaetrathms, repr'seBtlac Spon-
Adveatares, Sae)ectt of Natural Histery, Devices fer
destreylBe WiM Animals, kc
Beaantarcaal aad Hi Tiaesi. Sketches ef French
Society ta the BtaateeBth 0atery, treat Caaaerished
Little Dor rit. Br Charles Dicktcs. Cteth and paper
boand. For sale by
Jnl-daw CLEATBS St. GUIOX.
X3T BatjUirer aad BvningNews copy.
CORA AA'O WHEAT MILLS.-
THOSE who are ta waat ef FertaMe MM fer bone,
tuem or water power, or Barr MIBstoaes f every
sate, and best qaaltty, are rnviled te call at my Factory,
where they are seee. which are seesed te sea ia the
United State. My HetseMUl wBI grtel frees six te tea
aad eleven baeael geed taeal per hoar; aad I can fatly
substantiate th attertiea. I guaranty satUfuttos ia
all cases I refer te a few ef t k merchant f the Oty
who have setd maay et my Mills, and caa testify of the
hieh character they bear.
F. Las. Jl Co., Graham &HBI,
Job, Brewn k Co.. J. C. Griding ft Bro.,
E. M. Aaa.roa 4. 0., Strattea, MeDavitt k Co.,
Samces, MIMmbI k 0e.
AU orders addressed te me direct, er tbrtuih mer
chaats, ahaHhaeeprecsp. aUeatien. Factory ea Pplar
street, adjeiniaj CHy MBit, near the river. Memphis,
Teas. . WM. BADGES, j
K. J. B.X. WINN
HAS REMOVED HI3
Saddloand Harness fllannfactory
Ta No. 33 1 Maln-st, opposite Sin a re. Keep constant
ly ea hand and fer sale
Ooach, j SomertMt, I Whips ot all kinds,
Break, Sbaftor, Blind Bridles,
Baggy, Plats, Riding Bridles,
Carryall, Svaalsh, Saddle Bags,
Wagoa aad SWe asd Medical Bags,
Plow Wagon Traveling Bags,
HARNESS. SADDLR3. ke.. ke., k:
Saddlery Hardware, Saddle Trees, Band, Sole, Upper,
Harness. Skirting ana Bruno Leather ; Trace i;oain,
Hamet, Gin Band. AC mara-ccwiy
From iTIcaiipliis to Grenada.
TE DAILT LINK of four-horse Post Coaches from
J.N Mrmphli to Grenada, pii Panola, Oaklaid. and Pres
ton, sixty mile i trw shortest and best route from Mem
phis to Grenada, through la sixteen hoars , distance itn
miles thirty-seven miles by Railroad. Through ticket
can be bad at the General Raflnwl and Stage Office, nn
der the Worsbam House. Fare S' vo.
McALSXANDER & ODELL,
TOMBS, HEAD AXD FOOT ST0XES, &c.
C0NSTANTLT on hand. Mtnumeats of all descrip
tions, from $t00 to S 10CO. ef latest style aBd pit
terns. Tomb asd nead and Foot Stones, faraished at
low as any olher establishment who do their werkwea
and satisfactory. To Mate seeding anything In th
Monumental line weald do well to call and examine be
feresendiBKthelr orders to tb North. The undersigned
wit! be found at the old stand on Adams street, between
Main and Front Row, opposite the Warsaam neuse,
ready to fill any orders, bavin the best ef Marble and
Workmen, no pains shall be spared to give sattsfaetles.
p. 3. Mr. M. L. SORT Is now on a tear through
North Mississippi and the adjacent roasties of Tennessee,
soliciting orders fer MarMe work, and will centra ct for
Marble at shop price, tbe object of bis tour being ceiefij
to remove the impreeskB that orders must be snt to the
North for good work. The pnblia being satisSed that
it is the best policy toencouragt home Industry, asd If
good work and reasonable prieas will keep business at
home, sire your orders to Mr. Sory, or call opposite th
Worshan Hoso. anglS-wtf J. w.
G V. 1S. jF. '
Premium Ci u c vy !
HAVIi'Glsttijtsrlxaaa husiaetj tour Nerta.
wltt BiltUfaillWei Mr taking ane, durable.
ijagnerreotypeg, Ambrotypes, etc.,
I am sow ready In person to serve mv frisiul aad th
public generally l my line, on theswat reasonable terms.
- -1 have no'new tangled patantfaaa 'elapMrap processes
to offer the .public. My eitabUshzaent hzato stand ca
fall amid all the b(sjp3,ry ct Us. netgjjbors, upon Its own
Orer Two Thousand Bottles of
J. H. McLEAX"S CELEBRATED STRENQTJBEN
L& CORDIAL AND 1?L00D PDRIFIEli
and the de
mand B Q.
ry day The
sprn' e up
edy is cw-
Bs. Tbou-an-1 ot weak, fseble and debmuted person hi
J "--a maue oeaithy ai J trong by Uklng It.
It is the best alternative in ibe worM. and theonlr
retaedy that will purify the blood, and at the tae time
areBiaen ana invigorate the whole orsasizatlea.
It wm ctaally cure aU cemplalBU et the Liver,
Stomach or Bowel, such a Liver Complaint, Headache,
BUwueae., Bad Breath, Dysaepsi, Soar Stemaeh, Los
f Appetite, Nervea DlHe. Falntaeei, Wellness or
any disease ef the Werab, Kidneys or Bladder; and:r
meve yeHewae er sore fion the skla. It Is a sure
preteaHve against Tel low Fever, Chills, Ague and
Fever, Cho era, or aay prevailing epidemic. There Is no
mistake aboat it.
S3- Bvery bettk is warranted to give lattsf aetesa. Try
it It la very pleasant. It leave a delightful arematfe
Haver ta the swath after taking it. '
J. H. MeLEAN, Sale Pr.prietor of this Cordial,
Also, McLean's Toieantc Oil Ltatment. , .
Xf Principal depot on the cerner of Third ind Pise
streets, St Leal, Mo. For sale la Memphis, by
G. D.JOHNSON. Agent,
feM-dawly ceraer MaaisoB and Mala streets: '
33C XT H. Xi 33 sr JS
GREAT PRIZE SARSAPARILLA,
AWARDED 21ST OCTOBHP,
At the belt end only genuine compound of Hit Soot
now presented to the pvbHe.
LOUISVILLE AHTTTJAL EXHIBITI03.
THIS weaderfal preparation, so Jnstly apprrcuted by
the Americas people, has bow lecom tbe standard
remedy ef tbe age. The afflicted bear testimony tt lit
raarveiea psseerMes, aad the aahappy, pam-wera and.
exhaueted saterers rejoice there U help, when aH Have
failed. Oat ef the haodreds af cases scattered ever
Mlseisetaet, AUbaBsa, Wlseaia, Mlasosrt, Indi. Ja nxA .
Kvntacky, it has sever ia a tiatie Instance been ksowu
to faH, and will care, beyond all dssbt :
afaor Ktag'l Evil, Af
feetieen ef the Beset, Syphilis,
Debility, Habitual Cestiveaes. Erysrpe
last PaaBeaary Disease, Liver OsspialEt.
PXes, FeaMle Irregularities, Fhrtala, Skis Dteease
Diseased Kldaeys, aad as a great aad row
errel Taie, partfyiag the Blood,
aad invtgaralisg the
'eatire System. ,
This si edict B-, though prepared at great expense, It
severtaeleea within the reach of poor as weii as rkh. asd '
looked apea by the community as th greatest Cleting '
everceaferred a maakiad.
Dr. T. A. HBRLET'S MaBBfactery, corner of f-T-Jnlh
aad Greene streets, Louisville, Ky., where aH c'ders
mast be addressed.
For sal by H. F. TARNS TORTH k CO., aad CHAN
DLER k CO., Memphis, Tenaesee, aad Drcjgl.tt
thnagheat the United States and Canadas.
Price si per bottle, or six for S. sei31-dawty
Piirily your Blood!
THE CONCENTRATED FLUID EXTRACT OF TEL
LOW DOCK is the sovereign remedy fer aX Mercu
rial Affections, Scrofula, Swelling of the Joints, Rheu
zeattem, ie. As a Liver MedMse, it has Be equal. It
alterative effect oa the system, ia addition to iti being a
Preiy Tegetebie Preparation, adapts it te alrc&rt any
Chreatc Affection where as alterative mediclae is re
qaired. For Eruptions on the Skin, Old Ulcers, Dyspejw
tta. and Nervoe H sad ache, it has so i-Keesaro! com
petitor among th BottraaM of the day. At a Ttvtaia
Hediane it trill be found invetucMe.
EJ-Fer sale only by CHANDLER k CO.,
teptr-'iawly Drucgisls and Apolhtesrfr.
Odd Feuews' HaU Bietk, Meaaaols.
THE GREAT RUSSIA!" REMEDY.
PBO BONO PUBLICO.
"Every mother thoald have a box Is the honse. handy
la ease et aecadeats te the chtldrta."
BEDDING'S RUSSIA SALVE.
IT is a Boston remedy ot thirtfr years' itaadteg. asd Is
recommended ay physician. It is a 39 re and speedy
care fer Bares, Pile Bolls, Cora. Felons, Chilblain asd
Old Sore of every kind ; for Fever Sores, Ulcer. Itch,
Scald Head, Nettie Rash. Bun ions, Sore Nipple, frecon
meaded by surses,) Whitlows. Sties, Festers, Flea Bites,
Spider Stingi. Freeen Limbs, S;t Rheum. Scurvy, Sore
aad Cracked Lips. Sort No, Warts asd Flesh Wetcds,
tt is a most valuable remedy and cure, which can be tes
tifies) te by theuBands who have used it in the dly cr
Beftea aad vieiBily for th last thirty years. In ne caie
win IM Salve de an injury, or laterfer with a phyti
etas's BretCTTBtioa It H mad from the purest mate
rial, treat a recipe breught from Russia of arfttlrt
growisc ha that couatry aad the proprietors have letters
from all eUsnes, clergymen, peytktass, tea captains,
nurses, aad others who bare ased It themselves, and re
commend it te other. REDDING'3 RUSSIA SALVE 1
pat la large tta boxes, stamped on th cover with a pis
tare of a ho rye aad a diaabied rider, which picture - also
eagravtd en the wrapper. Price, 22 cents a box. So'd by
WARD k JONBS, and all draggista.
REDDING &. CO..
A Perfumed Breath.
HAT lady or gentleman would remain aader tt curse
ef a diBaareeaole brealb when by hbbbc tbe "E AIJi
OF A THOCS.VND FLOWERS" as a destriece would
net only reader K sweet, bnt leave the teeth at vtlle aa
alabaster? Maay persons de not knew their brrath la
bad, and the aabrect is to delicate their frteads wlilsver
mention it. Fear a single drop ot the " Balen " rt your
teeth-bratb, aad wash year teeth alsht aad mcralnf. A
fifty cent bettle win last a year.
A BKAtnTFTL COMPLEXION may be easily ac
quired by atlng the "Balm of a Thousand Fiewcrt." It
wm remove taa, pimaies and freckle frost the lain,
leaving it ef a soft aad roseate hae. Wet a tewej, pour
ea two or three drops, aad wash th face night and men,.
SHAVING MADE EAST. Wet year sbavH.-ytTBSB
la either warm er ceM water, pear ea two er three irop
et "Balm of a Thoasaad Flowers." rah the beard w and
It will make a beautiful soft lather, maca faetftf, atlns
the operation of shaviBg. Price only Fifty Gents. Fsr
tale by FBTRIDGK & CO.. proprietors, aad aH drsggiatt.
S. MANSFIELD 4. CO..
WARD k JONBS.
ap-dtwaweodtf H. F. FARNSWORTH k CO.
CORNER OF CHICKASAW AND JACKSOtf-STS.
XaTem.x3Tt if, rZo2az2..
DEALZR ia Ale, Porter, Cider asd Wines at aH kinds,
mannfactueed by the most celebrated estabHshmeBf
lathe United State. For sal. Wholesale er Retail.
Preen my loac experience In the badness (twelvo years cf
which has been ia the city of Memphis) I flatermysei
with the guaranty I have bad from my old easterner
that sty exertions have been appreciated by them. -lalrdawtr
FREYTIXG PAPER AGEXCY
NASHVILLE PAPER MILLS,
OS C0U8.T-3T, BET. ROW AlfD alAIX.
WHERE all kiBd and sites ef Printing Paper can be
bad at low prices for cash.
Orders fer aay unusual lire of ptper will b dispatched
teNashvlBe and Oiled promptly at mill prices, with the
addition ot trantpuTtioa. W. S. WHITEMAN.
apS-ly Cn as-Davis, Agect.
MEBCHASTS, PEDL.4IIS AXD
X MARKETERS ar stLctted teengagln buying Raga
iVx throashout the country, and those whe engag at it,
wfil increase their business, aad I will bay'allthty bring.
W. S. WHITEMAN.
rp6-ly Cwai.Da th, ImU
" RAGS! RAGS! RAGS!
I WISH to hay 600,000 pounds of rags and wBt pay tha
bathes price ta cash for aH the cotton asd tissa rags,
aad old rep? and baggiug that Is delivered to me, asd
earsetUy taUcit the saving ot rags.
W. S. WHITEMAN.
acd-ly Chas Path, Agent,
C. K. H0LST & SON,
Maln-st., Old Stand, First Door belaw Jlonroe,
(The oldest permanent ttand in the dig,)
HAVE constantly oa hand aH sites ot Patent Metal,
Burial Cases, which they line aad pat up alr-trvbt,
in tbe best manner AIo, all kinds of Wood aa-.1 Smb.
Covered Comas, which thy sell at a fair pi too.
Orders from th country promptly attended to. Fur
niture made and repaired, and Cphoisterisg dose.
FRENCH, GERS1AX, BRITISH AND IRISH
PJt E. REILLT 3c CO., to loBg known at th: corner
ot Royal asd Canal streets . beg to say they have re
moved to their large new store No. 126 Canal street, be
tween Royal asd Bourbon streets known as Teuro BaKd
lngs, (Its ef the Golden Flax, where their ample room
aBd resident buyer In Europe, will enable them t leep
(the year round) a complete stock in every drpartrrwnt.
Also a full line ot PLANTATION GOODS of the best
Combined with the above, they will keen at th? sM.
stand, corner Royal asd Canal streets, under the) name at
Embroidery and Lace Store.
A complete stock of
LADIES' DRESS TRIMMINGS,
And Ladtes'J'and Gentlemen's FURNISHING G0QB3,
to SHlt the Country Merchant as well as the ccmn-ner.
This latter is a dan of louse heretafsrausVaows la thLe
market. P. k. E. REILLT at CO..
126 Canal street, between Royal asd. Bourbon streets,
sepl9-6m Toaro Buildings, sign ot th GoMen Fltx.
jxx int ntUrtlUVY t,jC xlALXi.
e;-l MADAMS JCL1E CRERAR, wM open her Daac
SrU. tng Classes, tor the win ter season, at the Hljhtow
r,tt?jnll.B Saturday, November 1, 1S56, when she
w vi;t teach all the mostsvw. aad fashionable Dance
taught by her for six years past.
Madame Crerar will give her scholars a Fancy Dress
Ban every two weeks, asd also a Quadrille Party every
Ladies and gentlemen wishing to have Taney Dresses.
Costumes, and Theatrical Dresses mad to order, or llhe,
can call at Madam Cretar's residence- Hightower HaiL
Ladles' Class, Thursdays and. Saturdays, frost Stir
Gentlemena,' Class, Tuesdays, Thcrsdayt acJ Sarar
days, from 7 to 9 p. M.
Ladles' Glass, $6 for twelve Lea sans. fBflerncat'
Night Class, $3 fer twelve lei ion j, taiindjnt; the'Eallc
Party Tickets tor the leaaaa. scv2-is